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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTER IN, MARCH 30, 1900.


vOL. 30.


NO. 48.


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


N11M HIANILE


t. .-\c .t:ve Committee
I Th:s Point Last
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Ad bett ,IrI.1Initheir call invited
1--lnqw(r it-i tor participate ini pri-
-'.16 tnifclIu AI if;: thlost qIu &I itflfd
thle lA-t election that, too
I c.-tziftic-ion at the pol1k wt. ch
wo~rk inpji-itici o, W ,otnoo oif 'C
italt.-, ft! hal de .mitd it be;t t r,
!!.04 '1.1rtling to fxrn-itively de-
twtio-th.er the call a-i originally ij=-
h4ould be *dhered to) or
o-r tne pooll- -%hubl be thrown
'.all.
i IYI'ur-ell -a id t':at tihe que..

the (*v~iffill-i iU lltV 14rit1ariol-,
.-'Iti -lutd andfi id h-.44ipilionl
I -tAild As it wa- zheui decided.


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1,111ii arilguiti deniocrat-

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ti-t lok 4. which C401ld l111t
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..allPtrktill watit.-d 14, Ite-er
the Cuttididiatei. ita lgo-~
,-.~ttin were pre-t'nt.
1.1t-ib ejected tit thre -
~. L~%iAg any -ty ]n the.
I .'i- d their eel'.fat tht
iiiii and wt-re titata-led
L (I.~ lttf fli- eXeCUtiV#-
stiti nit of camndidAte".
-+.,..Alii -;.1341thO' I.'ldiid i .to-.
i-ii-t initere-ted aud tiv
h--Ar from thvin.
1%.jiats idl said ije c,.nt -
'A #.rvants.,lif the dclii-
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iangt been :i-k i
mad move I fromn
'were e-:l:-


tied now to ret transfer certificates
Supervi-or of Registration Crabtree
-tated that the law authorized him
to i.-uie tran,-fer certificates at any
time and th had already i--ued sev-

A furihpr di-icutviion of the law
drew out the fact that all who had
imoived from ua e ,recinct to another
and who failed to ji-.icure transf.-r
certificates muint v.,> t at th- .hi;une
iprcinct tth-y did at nhe I i-t le-c-

It wa- iorder-d that the (itairmian
I ,'pare circular to thi- .-lTTct publlil-i h the facts in an otlfic.:il Itbli-
t'ajtt., iin the r:ty papers.
1 :. ( ,mi iittt ti.t-n adjiurined.

Their lken tkly Min dll.-
I.F 1\ N,.TON. h v.. N V:,r'l :>.-Tl,
\1or l:l- rit-ra, l t t- a di-.iatcli
!'.on \Vit,. !:. -tt-r -tait':i that J;t io--
\:ildr-w*" e',tt -aid, A it th)e I8....,
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ARE PREPARING TO


MOVE ON PRETORIA


After Taking Kroonstadt Brit-

ish Will Attack Capital.


FORCES STILL INACTIVE

Present Iiilt of llritlils (Cons-deredl
N-<'e -.,ar.\ In Order to .Make- a ('onn-
cent rated love T'lowa rd Pretorla.
Hor, r ( oiuthine to I,'rrilt.
I\t\l\IN. ~iarcnih iMI .-The ,'v.ar offhee
h' I rt-. l : th, llw in,, ii I )n l
R, ,!.-r.>:


TO CRUSH OUT OPPOSITION. TAYI lM Wil I NAR


Tobmweo Trust Mlake% %War oil the
ftlaekiuell Comnpany.
R ~.1K At arih -21).-W. A. Guthrio
of Dnrham has fib d ill the United 1,tmo-si
circuit volirt here hli.' aianswer ro the suit
of th, Anwtrit-ai: i.-NwctJ o 'Upauv
again 4 tho 1:va hw-11 lToa~n4ct o )oiiiau~ty
4i Durham. I'he,-Ait~rican comqaity
114aske-d the Ct aurt to app~int a receiver
t,) -x-11 the LIkWilproperty. dividt- its
a -tl~iad tt4 rljii~iite the exisilc t h
latter elrixrat i-i.Gunthrie, i i is wi-
;wer, %VtLie circuit c .)urt hit.-; no jiiri!--
dilctlion over the BLickwell etuipaixlV,
wi'hich is charti r.'d lithe N trth Carti-
lijia Iei1it r.lad ~ itih is a l.t

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!.-.U---. 1 1 .,TZ.. 1 T i a, .. l, "(;,,,i..-ral Cln lw4 t It h .a .-,'upi.ld *" "
.-t:.'y t; .-rl, I;,ic :ll y | i:r K-i- 1-"tr, -1n1 wi'Vlinh,: ,opptioin. O.ne CHARGED W I T H MURDR.
t IS yV. 'ot i:--;:t'd Ii t Yint/.* v i-r '.:-."r itia l ione- Marrini-Maxini were -
- *., ",,hf-l- +t i ,k li- .tl.-,,, .r.l in a lfrlp . :.L' d. i :'- i : t Y.,:,z- : had* ,in, h,.r-hr lar, qua it of immu- f a htielt.
. .i v t,.l I .ll l..* k:i-.w a.id i ad HoM- .I' IL1i. (... Mar' h "*..-T --n-
: .;. t r : t., .itil wi'i hluried n. .Arn ar.e b l iig sur-
rnt.:lr-rd gratidualy and the inhabitants prior turt 'u -i April '. Thi.
S i ', t v..er.li, i air. s.-tthli g down.' (,'tl,,- l Pil. -hor vis- most ini pl t ir tn a' on the I it '; : wi I
it.- I Luldvbrunld n Marn-h 2:;. On leav- hle the trial ,., I r). L. 1. R .n'i.. t...;rz .
i'.'; -.: i,.. t'. ';.NI :; -T imI, the town he was attacked by a ilrty with ninrder.
1 ot t.1 #"' .-+ a- --'1--I 'l Ill-t It 1 t hle 'nPniy11411 n e hi fr' wa Dr. Rentz performed a asfrgical oprw-
A tn .-,v ilow -. -c,'lo 'ItdJ. -ai.is-t w, untdld an'L live are iuissing. During .
Wiu. .1..M....rthly. a r,-taurant the skiruiish north (f the Mudder river tion upu"n Mi.-s Maggie Moors. A-ftr
ket.pr wl. ,* fuii--l to -..-eve Billow- ,,n March -5 five men were wounded. the operation was i.rforimed the lady
and a ltiip.itmil,. Itepreseentative Thre- ar; reported to be missing. Cap-. livedabout twenty-four hours and died.
(i-o. W\. Wright of North Ciarolina.' tain Sloane-Stanlev of the Sixteenth Dr. Tally Carried away the substance
ilso colored, with a meal. returned .a Lancers and live nen ,of that regiment taken frui the patient and a day or two
verdict to-day of -.ix cents damage- were taken pri.oirxr." afterwards u autopsy was held.
to the plaintilT, who had asked for GCo)njture as to the advance from I l.was there given in evidence that
$5.00. Bl.emfountein is the topi.- of the day and th kidney had been removed instead of
is likely to coLutinne so, for the British of the ovaries. Talk of lynching the
A lhou.i*nd (Co #k Wanted. comimander-in-chi.-f in Sooth Africorm- doctor was firly engaged in. The
NF.w YoRK, Marc-h 3X -An Pei- c..l. his move.ients as carefully as he nd jury r ed an indictment f
plyvnerient bureau in this city is said hi dne in the past. April 2 isact ; ty rdr ad he waa ted Imnedltely
to .:ave placed orders at Raleigh. N. "ari"us ritis the probe dat fir I mmd Rentz Ii relesed on 7,0(0 bond.
C.. for an unlimited number of negr.; the dulrrtue,- of the main imy' from .
co<.ks. hotu-e srvant., etc. The bu- IBl'-omfuatain. It is pointil out that JAPAN PREPARES FOR WAR.
reau is said to require as Imany as a thes will then 1i- over a we'ek' bardrcl
thousand if .each -ex. Cook art nmarching before Kronstadt i reached, A Petviy Army aid avy rele
leaving R~l.lgh d,,ily. In fact there though there .weins no t.rtainty that Pre.age.-i onfllct W ith KRieitla.
leaving Rlegh daily. In fact thereely
- anlexxodus. KrooMtadt will entirely occupy ld SEArii.E, \Wail. .Mai-ch 29.-The gov-
R- rt-a' attention. The advance when ernment transport (Garonne has arrived
.I,,uiwrri' lFuneral. $. it doe,x o tur, will prib.bly be nmde by mnntit rh s ri
Marc.h.ilr o Un ran Pt imrallel ,luinnnas along a broad front. from quarantine with news of active
Lo.NDON\. -March 3 -- Pretoria The movements oif the cavalry force and pre parti 'nu, in the niilitary and naval
di-p- t:ch iay's that (teen. Joubert will part of the infantry toward (Glfcoe can departments of Japan for war with Rus--
he buried at his farm at Rustfontein. s.-rcely be (c-nstrued as an actual ad- ala. The Rssian fit-eet at Nagasaki has
In accordalnct wi;t his wi-hes the van'uce, although they undloubtelly point '"lirefartied thte harbor authotitits. and
c. Tmr nwoi, i>s will noit .- ,if a military to the imminien'-e o4i -uch a < L-r.ct.r bhut entirely civil and pri- only a -inall part of I ennral Gatacre's The war spirit i.s said by Captain Cou-n
viate. 'I i, ltri i-h plri-,oners at Pre- ',ire, s have vet arrivei at Bloemnfontein rad of the (iJaronne to be strongin Japan
th-r ia --,nt a wrath of flowers for the and until that inveinInt is completed it on account of the rear's secretatItempt to
fuu,.ral. is not liki-ly R,,berts will start fur Pre- gain iftflucncl in Uurea in violation of
,- oria. r0" -.av. A grnd aiwembling of the
Slee-ping Ctar Chairges. Th_.- later, disilatth from Bloemfon- rI. t~*,,L,.v to be foilowtl by ma-
VWAS~uIIINliTOXN. March :to -Iiit the rei says: neuv-rs frma which foreign newspap-r
!:.>u- to-diav 31r. Berry initrnitl ed :t It shonkld 1b. ,'l:arly ulnd.rsood that eorr-.!midel.nts and the public were toi h'
,ill pre-triilln that R ot more tha ith.e pro" 'it halt in the vicinityof Blkwin- exclrnded, ws fixed for the Last of this
,A t lii!' of ai cent a mile shall h,- f"Intin i i~lslte1iy nec- nary as a mili- mn,nth.'.
c.' rz. I for lower berth- or ione- tary pir. 'autiion. It should be born it .
Sir:e'r ',':t ,t:i -: ii cir'r i i i -'-...--- f p'rationis w\virh the main I.., i. i,.I Mir h 2. .--I tr W iui-
*..ni,, ':i,'ati.,n- through a re% ntly '- I ni.'. -ih. is tramiing the Imost ex'lni-iive
-. i M : nl I, 1 ,.11:,. a Ia)& ttp'i.l h '-t: 1 l o lutrt-V lrl t1la ttil -
*' '. It .s l'l'.-ls a ~. *s II' ( e's ms.it l a ratt1 h 'r*tx n t i. I eald;a l .ver q uva-rtt't "r d u(nd -r i )i
'.-l\. l,\. M.ir',' ;;'.-T:,. i..ltirur. f h,.r-.- pn>w %r. !.I(I.uid in ro-,f. .As received a teilegranm from **x-
;: -,;:r-r 1- i.ow ir-iti: :N% ; ;1.- Ntl w ill m iv, ,u the >-(n1ni.elit.- S-'--'tari of the Navy W C. W hitne y,
I ..a. t :t i li llaor- l il y aly 'o1i -(c.- n...t ,,f th S iuth Afri.ain v, inter and iownrT ,lii;: "t pir.-in.iu4tn1 4i 1 il bo Ito d l x- tilist b, prel,.rAnl to t'fu-, th- .. .T-.tr ... i'. : t-. f,'r tth, new twio- l i..-i r..ir st f- t'.,r Uli:t i ,-Uih a:iku.ial iii iny ailleg',, l mentnel.ss of ,Jeann Berand, r'-
'.-lui --i,-nat- ab ,ut ,,ff-.t the t x- i,. ntff''td within hirse .-i4 kti,--. rrtis of richh have been printed exten-
," --* 1I r-v e+ i The v,,rr,..sp,i(nd-nt add., that th.' t ,,r sit.!y ill th* east. Mr. Wivnnle-r replied
f .roes i.havI-t I .-n rt-eiquiplp-d and h, -sas liv % irti to the effect that all statements
q,.tewn' Me.saie 1o0,.lu',eres' W iA-. !,' is fully (irin'i ie that 150.1tkX for.-ign ,tnt-rning any injury or lameness of
I. N March :;--Queen Vie- tr.p hav., l-Ill lianld.d to iaid th.- r.- the grreat horse wr4ere absolutely false,
tors l!;a-A cbIled to L, ird It ,brti to publi.s. that Tle had never been better and that
-.xpr.s,, t,, the wid, of (;#-n. Jou- A d-eplnti m of D.irh ,-hur t)rt the -.nylpathy iof herQ-lf and tile t*.rs have had an aiudil.nct of Premi-,r
Briti-th nlttion aid to till her that M:lner at 'Cap, T,,win. The ministers 111 weeds grow apace." Impuri-
I.e w i- a gallant soldier and an holl- urg-d thed .'lr~rantion of th.. si.i an lti in your blood will aexpo grow ti-
,raIl f.o, man. wll B.er pris.:,ners and asked thai th0 let-a you promptly expel th-m by
st,, -k hi' n.,t s5ent to St. tHel,.na. taking Hood's S ar.aparilla.
Pot'al Appronpria',ions. It i, relwprt,- that tho prlin trainls-
lprts 'will sail for St. Heleina at the end Soieth (urhllna Veteran-.
\\V AmIN<;TON, March :l.o-The ,f this week. ( .rT-':liA. S. C.. Mar-h *29.-Generall
p,)-tal .ai;'proprtion hall will carry Frtm Ntal and Maf,-kin. th.r," ii iTrrwiin Walker of Charlrwton, the com-
tirei.-<- :trtet-rs of a .im million d. oll:r-, further in.-ws ias tins.di-ilatifi h .ent. .. ,, ,i.
tir jl- un--_ &-..9....Au a -er-1 ... i.- if h ittI SA k th Ca olina di viaiit


lor ii-.umaticl" tlbe and mail ser-
vice. The, total appropriation will
he betw ee $l113.tO t000) and ;]l14.o0,-

Archilbald Fortwi Dead.
L,.ipt>iN. March ,$i-Archibald
F-trbe, the noted war correipond-
ent. died last niihbt. Mr. Forbe.
wasd well known in Florida. haviau
frequently spent lilt winters in Tdl-
lahas ee.

irenc-h Army at Sahara.
L.\Pi.N. March 3 .-New-s hqs
r.eiched here that the French army"
tt Sahara has won a bie victory.
killit'r -ix hundred tril.-m.len'.
woiiidini a thou-.iind and captturilll
I. i:i Ire-d.
('C011on Q talons.
N \\ YoRK.. March 31.--('otthn -
rjit*.. 4 to dl \" a- follow:: :A,r!
'. \ I ; .M ay'. 4e.2,: J unie-. i21 ; J uly ,. ;
A i2ti -t. .* 1 .
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Dan't Pay $40 and $50

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!; ,ri': ,i" 'tir,' HoIt ,'-. fo: froir-i
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w- .. lr W ..fl r- ,:e-.
t ii.r L- -w. ~i _' r deal-r -i:ould have
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IS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY.
Plret-lentt Kruger Graltitli'd With the
Progret of the Wanr.
ITnrT-IiA. March 2'<.--Ir-.il'ti; Kru
gr. in a rent interview,. says:
**My burghers are fighting bravely.,"
li uaid with mu'-h eanistnes.. "And
they will continue to do so until i-eat
Britain asks for peace oir withdraws her
-.oldie'rs. We cantlnt ,exilet to te'onlnqu,.r
s-',vetral hundred thousanil menn in a day.
but my hurghers are iiig liaheaid lrap-
idly, a. myou an see by l,,kinig at thel
pla,-'. whi-re w.' k.-ep our iris. ini-r..
Evt',ii IL- ,' nr frif at i-rs foiught
aitatiu- r, c i''i ,dils in rhe rrvo'iutiinaryv
war. -, aon v., struei:ulhri, an' evn ;I:-"
( ,d \Va- w'Nit.h o -i so is H, wilhi ust. W'.
h.tv>' f.,ujhr with Emglla d ,! I f, e ;tin l
.l. f.it.-'I her. u ird i \vit wi t' t.' v trtonoil
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MR. GLADSTONE ON THE WAR
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PKHltK LY ASR BITTFP c t ires (i.-
a.se. ,if the kidlney-, c -i t : -.s m .
i'treilthviC th ie liver. stonaich ax.d
b -wls. For sale by Hannah Bros


, f th,. I'nit',l (Con'fede1rate Veterans, is
ii tme citr to make preliminary arrange-
tiltents for the trip of the veterans from
hti- ,.tnarv- t,, 1,,uitvilhe. He demires South
t'.roliua to be largely represented at
this r-,unioi, and is his desire to have
veteraii who t)Po from this state gto to-
g-'ther. toniuentrating for trh start at
Stmrtinburgm and prmie eding thtnl'et by
the mountain route to )Louisville.
iluimorl Sale of Trhe .ouiirnl.
A rl.ATA. Mar-h *2-.-The ,itv has
e-ien full of rumors fir the p:mt f**\.v days
of the ,sal,' ,of a tontrolli-int inter-st in
the Atlauta .lJurnal. It is kn',own that
Hoke'Smihii owned a ajnriTy of th"
stm-k in the pap.-C. anid the ru.iior ludt it
that he had s ,,i, ir tI H. M. Atkin:,on
tnd1 others. The a.ss.lates of Mr. At-
kin-ion art- sauidl to ,. Mo,,:-ri- B13and,,on
and J. R. G ray. a nch of thi- three piir-
.ha..aing niu eiu.tlu] miut'-r-t.
TI'epnes-ees Derby.
3rmrt;-. March .". -Evryday brin;-
S.. I' thin, it .'w a Itl intr.-. ing n fii "!t..rn-
:i1. th,' T,'rn -- !,irt' l :.1rby ;i l l -k,i a,
tNr ugh thlir'' will it- at lea.-r tight r .1 t *n
-ti.rt r-. Thb- ,.-tlu .rur'-. ,.! r:"--.'
i"- ralthir hlii-. r' i oallop away ft ; ., '.i
i'I..n ian' SI1 l!4i'incturrg from the lairn, .*
S,. ..r t -n n ; J ,lin F S !.
! m- ;';.;ir *nrm 'l ih, trid *: pu ,:-' t. !

A. iu th'r < 4 tton %fill.
'-. IMi \. S t'.. M-.ar-h 2'e.--A.r',h,.r
,..'*.,r it i]l lnia. ia i ':1 L7 ..* rtal ,.ap; ;l-;zitin f.r rti. y .,tr
.\v -r the,- .-,. i*.~M m ark. 'Th lt :tr i.- :i
.,u m.sio mill ar W i in,,na. nr .Au.u:-'a.
Towtvel Fa<-tort For roek lHill.
R Ki- H iI. S. C.. Mu r h -2;.--N. *.
fiati u. ha\ i- .-in coincludled witii Mr..I.
t'. Harringt'n of Now York !',,r th -.--
rntilshm' nt of a tow,1l factory htre. The-
pILnt v-ill ci st .5'0,j00.
HBnefit of the carpet fund Presby-
terian church.


I l I 1-VUIIV ILL IUIUiVIL


COURT'S DECISION

He Will Refuse to Vacate the

Governor's Office.

TO AWAIT SUPREME COURT

Sa.', 'rllerr -. .1i .\n A rw'-ement Thli t 'No
ti \< V. ill I11 l:ade I ntll hie t .4 ie
I. .'il:ily la ." I N >In by That
Tr;li ni:tl.
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QUEER STORY OF A WATCH.
D~r. I.141,tone'm lDn ammResult-i In Seri-

ATIMNS'. Ga.. Mari-h 29.-tDr. S. K.
L idsto nt' is the principle figuren in -o

light.
Alp lit twit vetr-A avr a v. 'iig iu

wait h fni Diilr. 1 iadr-- .n VL.kvrN t,%4s
thet Natth 4 t I.,Ut hti i. i f Nl t rs-. Taiut-4

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Sh2 rl aifwt.riei uril NhI IlBurchY La-t.Ai-r


Itdrill. ho -tIat-d. III rt-;wjn'ue to -b


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'~Fh- i.ur f at 4 ii~ha. no;vet~ I \ j. ktrib t *!.iot ii-l tit %. drl iLIti.i.n,l
takeni ot- -.ie~ itl i .fl 1204t1t(i Cilt t ill t 611 i ll) Ill. NMr. Bu'rI1411Aheu iti
innt",r it i'li-i t ;4)11 tti -.irthir itoiioltgoitolivr ~in,)!hi i r. hnliit nwha
deI Ll 1ii1'v 11: 1 1 ~ jrtlI trurt1, il agre- toiiIlit!.ii 14t' 111k lito)tt1 tli ek.li
ue t ,if th- it ti i-rv.4 ttfi !b.at r,' d t. wt'iii Mr, ''k iiitro- a wI- it -illit' d ehtiA
hi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lr-i whor. ti-- qi-ttilv htthr i h wtl
fitially tittIII- by the iInprill coti
Th-e I[- ntidg up Vi, and I thaktIWindll:a.

by th. !r agr't Ilir. iAt)in vacry tep I f-rthkei nd*1tl-%ac fDrLgslw h,
detj fit t'.'1 'i)' u:l b.- iif fbi'rv Tight, g tooim IIhold ilt. lockitlIew. lw 1-
inea 4i het< rCi frIxthi;d x itlJ>.t Tw nd MDr. 'h 2vt1. -Thrue aeril


KIDNAPPED HER OWN CHILD.
Hiad l i ven It Away but ( oid Not
.Ilie VWithout It.
C(iii.'vi S. C. Mart-i *2,4.--A few
1ni, atiU ihLl'-t syo iauthy of pjit-ei-g.rl's
on rth, triii fron Sauilter to C.i.11nbia
\W '- ar;i')us-. \v', ha, Iila little, lhoy with h,'r "-'h toll
th'-!n Ihit 'hill ihadl bh'n with orthr-r. for
yer- and a.n th'v ri'fuurld iio ",', it lu'k
h h h m r !i 'i !n iawiy. Si i1,il-" fritn-
ti,' a)ppi-al-t to rhu b1-y lt re-,' .tn:'/ bhis
iitrh *r, but h,- ,.,nld un'. Tii. wiinn
dcla:-.,il she eonld not liv, without the
boyi ani woulil work lher-I f ito death, if
nl-te dt-, o', r his snpiturt. The ls'iinu-
gplr raised ta tfuifd for the child aud its
nilot.hor.
The fos.tr pura-its will see it there is
any prxo.ess by which they cani get the
hy 1-ack froun his mother. Thiry are
i rr1roke!.-
IN INTEREST OF WOMEN.
Naiitlomal Ieig-ibtlive Leaiigie O,-galiledl
In New York.
N:.;w YIK. Maroh 2:.I.-Ti.- Nutionail
L'iA svlativ, ltiague' has I-.-ea forIild ill
this itvy with .''Mr.. Lil:,- D, v,'rtaux
IIttl.k a- presil.-it. 1'h1.-r ar., to e :ix
.iiiip rtiant conniitte 4. anid th.i. l-a'uio-
will hold n antalill oivivtii in Wiash-
ingt- ,ti hue tiiti tIo )' se-,ttlii tin lnati r.
Tho objirt of th, league is to obtain
for wor.n i iiatlity oif h~ial. iiilustrial rights through action byv con-i
grisSi ind tih,,e state legislatures.
Il1i Deal In Timber Land.
Koixvni.i.E, Miar-h i.-II. R. White
and A. (0. Palnrtier of '.Co)nl-rslport, Pa ,
are in this city negotiating fir th-e pur-
-ha.ise of 25. XM)) to 30,(4)0) acr-'s', tf valuabl,
tlinbwr linds in the tumountlinii -'4tion of
Ft.st Te.iin-l s ,pe. Thit d-eal will involve-
'about 0),0O). It i. understood the gen-
ftl,'men will erect sawmills upon thi
property nftr thi' transfer is madl'e and
will saw. various titml-r- cut oni tht
pri ',rty.
Investgatiuion Continues.
\% i-nN, ro w'. March *2).-The (,uerr
A'Al.\'-ii inv-srigtion o1'nedl today with
[nii outward -vidence of -existing events
f y;str-rday,. although there was (onsid-
*rably g,.l-natumd railltery am onng
'ni'miHxrs as to when the "first round"
would be' called. ( overnorStv.unenberg
was again on tihe stand, with Representa-
rive ILntz conducting the cro4 examll-
ination.
Verillet For Plaintiff.
o.,vm'iikl 'I S. C., March 2!j.-Sonm eten
in-,1ths axgt ) (. W. Warts of Barnwell.
who wa, a i.-nit'nitiary guard here, ft-ll
irt, n rut bi'iug niimade by the Seabnard
Air Litii roalad ini order to, g-t to ittAterm-
inal in lthi i'ity. Hei brotn'ht suit in the-
iarln w-ll inrt for i1lO,Oi)) danmagues for
:!ijuri,' rtr,-,iv-'d ani tit- jnry has
twar it- l ni $7,.'-Al.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cauae a horrible Hlurn.
"V'.lid. t u: or Brunise. Hucklen''- Ar-
tlca:i S.ilv the hb.-t iti the world.
will kill :h. -iiiin ad proiirtp'ly hheil
it. Cur-- )k! Sors, l,.v+r .rores.
[l<'er-. Iloi!<. K.'lot,.- (orn .all Fkin
l'.i-iiptioh,'B-. H1- t Pil. eur', oin earth.
I )nlv -'.i' c'-, t- b ho 'ure liar:im.-
tft-d. Sold by \W. A. I) Aletiibert-*
!ruggi-:.

We are Sole Aareits For
-r7.-.r & Allmqi'. <'ili,-. M. N
I .! ; :!"- 4i ev. l. :.i \ l P ; ..*
Y'"'-m. nlie \W!ll P: iI,-I lul ilha
-.f s pl-. JJ.F. R-n ,,1. No. I!
N. Palfix. Plion illf3-. "4f-tf


If the Reuv. Arthur t'nm-iti on Sunday. at
the First Eaptist church. ,-ritinues too li
talked about. Hi-4.som ilrismon of Charles-
tol t i Sodom etc., is gll.nerally consid-
erc l to have- l-i-iti toos weeping. and ht
co;iti:iu I. t, 1 everily Crli'is-.d. i IM4
arriiIlllilnwt of th. admilni.strattiou atIl
the i tlie ,tem'irtiniunt huu t-'greatly exer-
ci..'d the oiti'iatIl.s. iwho .si-em. to thbnk
that .-il-nc- is gdlden. auid thl.ir h-eat ia-
terests will I-. ci iunrved by not making
a -itiat-iientl. Thi' si rti:jg lnmen.t, th-.
"lliind tig md--" ani thi 4I--*i*. who were
.-v,-rely handled al.re 'trih..i:ng in kind.
Mr. Crani- :itand- to ivtry -bhurge hbe
hau. Inade ali(d siays he (-ni prove their
truth. Hlie i..d that the talk of the pt%-
phl a:id t lenoticer. in the uewspaplrl
ure not ihonest and le-itiumate ritician.
but only -'personal atta.-ks." He will
.devote 1.5 minute-' prelude of his der-
nian nex't Munday night in reply to thel
criti-i-i1 now bIing directed a himn.

Where can you iiv,e.t money tr.o)r
profitably than by buying a bottle of
PRIC(KLV Asi BITrI-KS. you get
tour for one. A kidney medicine.
a liver Ionic, stomach etrenigtener
and bowel cleanllr. Four me.dicines
folr one dollar. So.d by Hannah
Bros.
Starrett-th A wonderful Ventril-
oquist.
lM.ilrnid .\>pp M!-iP-imi. ?an:-i-h J.- The following
appI"intmni- ,.nr.. fn.un,'d, L'inlly on
ri Iitrl,- I .,.-k awill iH tr Spring.-* W ,.-*t-
ern ruilral!: lvy S. W. Fordye', proei-
d.nit--H.'nry 0. Fllngnnt. general so-
.ri+ntendillt and chi,'f *ng'in ,-r; H. V.
MIartin, auditor nIl --eal tr-asurer; t'.
W. I re-g ry. t',-nernd freight agent antl
piat..-inger ajo-nt. with headil tth--at Hot
Sprnigs;: S. V. F- rly,'s-. Jr.. otfie St.
Iiiis. By Henury C. I lHeniing.i srperin-
t',lndi'nntGt--furge H. PBnwn. wulvertioing
agent at irttle R.ock. These. appuint,-
nieuts are eff7'etive April 2.
ax-Senator Sawyer Dead.
OSIKMlil, Wi.., Mar-h JS9.-Former
United Statte Philo-tus Sawyer died as
9:15 i'c'lock t today at the residence of hi
Ason, E. P. Sawyer, in this city. He had
le'n in ill health and his illneo became
nseiou. Tuesday afternoon. The attack
first affected the stomach, extendiuf ti
other ,organs. the aggravad d e
finally resulting iu his death. He was
S4 y,.ears of age.
New Hlank Organlzed.
OA.-.iF.Bnt'RW, S. C., March 29.-The
First National bank of Orangeburg ha*
r,'-uived its certificate of authority from
the *-i iptroller of the currency to upW.
uiii-sii-1-.s and as ion i detail ican be ar.-
rnik'w-d this bank will comumenue upel-

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup isthe remedy on
which you can dt-pndfi for tHi- tur- .f t po'u-
i t-t'ctiil ,couKli or lung ItlTrectin lti
>v i-u... r. to.- i ,old. It 1" tll ,nin .-t frf
'flit l lin'*htwoo *ol'l. A *>ttle) t -.

WIR'llL *ENCING.
iFor th,- ii-xt.;: d-iyv- A. J. Wat-
kini- u ill ,rl-r ,*rir in-ntal wir"
fe'cin-ll ;it -u'h t low' ri trc it will
-ur;i t i- verytv ily. Yo, Caun htv.-
;uii k i ld. frlil 2 f,#,-t too 4 feet hzh :
or \oiit C ll.Vl- t the hoi. t *tild chi-':ipeto
iron f.i-+ili oitf iAll kind-. ,W he' i
.-< ii i. :ve %. om order it Win Johnis'i A
.i i- r Hin- nla I oi i will v-
Iitn.i:i-v 2t4d get flr-t--la- ui-ir an-
,<. W. Ik. A. J. W .A]lKI .N


We will launder your -;'r,-,' '-..!
15 cents eac. and make therm !o ok
like new. -ar Laundry.


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We have moved to II S. Palafox street. Can you afford to m r on
We area permanent tixtur here. Allwe anour nl
want isa small part cf your patronage c..i.... .
Call and lookat our instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES. DURHAM Cigars have

Jrse FrCci Piano & Oran Co. no equal. For sale as
11 S. Palafox Street. D 'Alemberte's.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900.


CATA A FORERUNNER OF
A CONSUMPTION.
SVw reahze what a deep-seated, ohbtinate ,.-... -:d:arr't :., regartlive it as a simple inflammation of
1he ,"-c anl- t'hoat. little or no attention :- : ;.it, !.-wever inis:cnificant it mayv st-en it first, it
,riu a':,! fa-reach:ing in its results
T:wi- foul -cr--taons entering the c.rcula:io(n uroi.-n t:h e";ire systein. Tilen stomach, kidneys-in
f c't all the orza:ns- feel the effect of this catarrhal poison andl when the lungs are reached its -rTo.ress
-i rpi' and 'lestnic tve, and finally ends in consumption
L ft- t uei.ily happens that the senses ofi i:carng and stnell art- in part ,or entirely lost. the soft bones of
the no,.- eaten into and destroyed, causing inter-.e siffierixrg an'd greatly disfigunng the face While sprays.
wa-hits .nd salves n:ay rive temporary relief, no permanent beneltt car. te expected from such treatment.

CATARR IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE,
and far bcon'l the rea,':i of mere local remedies. Those who rely upon them for a cure lose valuable time, meet with disap-
pointment anld ;i!lIw the di.e-ase.t takt tirmer hold. Only a real blood remedy can reach this troublesome and dangerous disease.
S S. S curt- Catarrh beca.--. :'. firt cleanses and builds up the blood, purities it, makes it rich and healthy, stimulates and
puts new life into the sluggish worn-out organs, and thus relieves the s%\ teni of all poisonous accumulations.
MriS Jw.ephine Pnhill ,,f IDir Wet. s. C writes- "I had Catarrh. which htie-mesndep. n
seated that I wa% entirely deaf in ,:nt car arni al inside of my nose. includiing pait of the roone.
sotethed sfl When the ri--t.*- had g,,nc t ;s far the phystcuan gav,- me up a incuraile I
a 'rternne< l t tr\ s. S %t a lat :e'sor an: Esegain to improve at once. It Peni'd to gt- at the
L*t of the di.tea*% and after :i fw -W uekl- eatnient I was entirely cured and for nm(rt than
er e -vears have had n s:lg' I' t.he d-eawe


S. S. S is made of r~wss, herbs and barks of wonderful tonical and purifying i
properties. It is the only vegetable blood purifier known, and a certain a.d safe
cure for all hbloo troubles Send for our tbook on Blood and Skin Is-eases, and at
the same time write our physicians about your case. They will cheerfully give you
:...- "' formation or advice wanted W'*. make no charge for this.


Inlant~y Is iLis Plea.
RsLEica. Mar-h 2!t.-Tho-. (itfente hin


the ca,,e o,f Tom J.one-s. the noe-r to, bo
tried here for murdering and buruing6iix
peopIe, wiil be that hli is mentally in-
capable and ha*. always been o and
balLd not bh. haugod. but placed for life
in th criminal nwan-- derartun-t of the
liwte.n1i-tr'. Thi-r will b n, attempt
It disprv h-.. **-rimA-.
'.-,-l-hlenit ill Attend.


lMeeting of )Doctor-.
ATLANTA. March 2'. -- The twenty-


sixth annual mi--rtini of tiq- ( ;-,,riaia Ec-
l- etic' Mei-qial ;iaoesociatiini is Ie.ing held
in this city. liPhysivins ar;e here from
im;.!iv p ,'i,:h- f t'li' stat,- 4'nid a number
of iut.retx';i T .-aj*t"- ar 1.-ing dis--
cuts-l bv ti, in.
I' 1 igattoll .Al.andonedl.
Nt.w Ya:iK. M.ari h 2'.-T', gand


('t AnE -t') 'La-ti2t4-Thel!~


rainntiti,4,h- lii A -1..lotrrtauipuu- iil-
Ing 11il-mPr '11-a M-i'hnt]--v uvill i-iin
to Charl--.-c!oyi daarai ag m'- National I.Au-
atlt-inal o-a~- onIS~ventitl-ou and that
If-ry probablok r(i-awniluin B hti1. ..mduax
(Uiu)MIih 1tr -11-o'iii ,-f 5fthe 111114(1 (on1-
odba-v.-rpan.%-. a!-I- ein tins
ct.4y till thnOi !.I-E.

-i~N ( 1.. March -!,4 -Jud'I.- PF')l4II
h&- d-'tid-i Iazii-tvamt t-
holding tmho t -.*-t>.t h-d "a
m1. ailil grm tiai Ii-- Itju!IS-%i'n a-ska
fity. winIchII 'AirISevent tnt.v!- cri -c-am -Ti
Ajil hN. H.- h-liIthamtfia2 a'2 I if 1,07
right tiv(-1111 th-:i'on-1. tlwrn' nuing a..
law autb- Irlimn at.


ii~u --nut- R .t i m&1~ -ip'IiV.


Jaianrep-e Sersant In Favor.
Jni.amnes t'-- iant- ;ire more and more
!in dli:i:ma intl t .rv y3-,ir in Ni -w York.
They are looked ui,in ils iimor elcapaile'I
than any othli-r kind of domei-stic hel-p.
Thi're 1< one se'rio;s olijoction to them.
They litvi h their politeness nnd courte-
sy on the masculine mnermblers of the
household In which they are employed
and cannot lie Induced to treat tle wo-
men with respect.


IHandsonme pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-'


ray at rock bottom prices at
Alarston c" Finch's.


Ws.~u'iTi.Ma -.-h 'Th-Krupp, I will rpt-ar'Amr-V.tr w-i:ctt'-, and
pktt-.. njanu1faetur..4 by mlii- I3-~thloeni'mjo-welry i% flr-t-i t a 'I- J 1
~g~'P cin filV his e..'.-i av--rv auc. 2''i S
CMd~ I~l~tc -t 1"th L Iuw iiHea--
pE'orig grounds. EE IyDO
WINTLI.
valid ts buy aW1 kluis It scoad1

iddress Box 142.


Coffee: Coffee.:
lHc call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. an(d that we
lan furnish this deliciouIs


bercrare a(t' prices. tha/
defy competition. 1 'e tlso
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are alh'cays fresh
from the Roastcr. WI'hile
others a re old an( d h a re lox/


their aroma. ou r '.sv /;'s/i
and delicio.'.'.
.C'e Orleans GlN (i'ir'er,/ (co.,
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SWIFT SPFfIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Praises His Regiment.
WAsnHIGroN, March -2S.-The war de-
partment haA made public the report of
Colonel George Anderson of the Thirty-
eighth infantry upon the part played by
that organization in the last campaign
in Cavite province, LuAzin. toward the
,-nd iof January of the present year. Col-
onel Andersou says the action fhe reg-
itnent in every affairin which it had bevii
engaged was sup-rb.l
Negro Woman Malrderedl.
Tu.- bodly ,f a negro woman has bLx-'i found
in the woods near Hull (ov,-ered with
1.aives. An examination showed that
death was caused by violiene. A eoro-
ner's jury was enilpaneled and the evi-
dence pointed to Mack Henry. also a ii-
gri. as the murderer. IlHenry liha; I-i.
arrested and is now in jail at Tusei-
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-I S~ ~ ~~ 2.-.- Buyers to Buy
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Ingelvm. tol- *- sste c- -- nto at
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amient Street.


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IINA TEAS.
1I Palaf x Streer.
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waz an ANCIENT who, used
to burn wood.
i for BILLS tl.,at li,. paid
when he could.
was thi- (O(AL that !..** fter-
wards iboughlt.
is the I)IRT al.l D)'ST tI.:it
brought.
i; the EVIL !.t -,, t;: !"z
brought toi p~ass.
w ak Ii- (P I I illn :.,t :i-i.

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i-. the Il'1. ( ,,r f--, A it :Ii-
i. tle 111 (i ,f A 1 v _-.i-
t 'roug lit tio l "i- :..'.
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llanot Ui f it. ifi!' J :];.
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is 'e KITCHt-N v! A
i-. thle fu l.
ih the I.Al'NDI:Y. ,: -,
b -til of 'emlll I 1.
i- thle MONIY. -:v. !. :-
i- fr NOW tl' b -l : :..- .
i- th!. OIFFER.II-. :. (. n..i.v
ill:lk*-.
i- th*! PROFIT. d :,'t 1.1..L. ;
lni-taik .
is for Q('I.i. TION: -no "r.o.
tion ;it all;
i< thei RAN ;I ,..i -...i!l]b
buiy be-fore Fall.
is the SAVING y.-a t....k i:
in- t,. TIM E :lid T!'l'il H!l; ,
avt'el. too.
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NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.

JOHN XcDAVID,
REAL ESTATF E AND NKFRACE


Cii?: IYLLF: CITrY PROPERTY, FARMING
S I ... 1 z ; f- r ,;; I : .'-., -
a" "". AND TIMBER LANDS
.. FOR SALE.


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FrU ,i :'I ani'r(. r' Croit-. bounid to
Ctln(-attl ,v rian'l 1,;) j.i-At'-igrsi'.1
SU1% I tl rpir. Thte stteani#r
'New which wali ham just arrived here,
rend. rcd hvr -'istamic-. It is not kn'ivwn

.Arre~t((l on Ce~oa harge.
0 Lux-Nifis. ( ki.. March 21". Will
WIalIS. It V-411" whit(' 1101NamI iaIis It mill
operative, Nvas libi'ct- in thi- county jail
oni a charge of attempted criminal asi-
sault. The prywircutor is Miss Mfary
Sauls. daughte-r ). a painter, who more
out a warrant ag.tinst himi.
A CALL
F-or Demnocratic 1I'rimiam-ics ard Con-f


vent tin.
l:e-olv d(t. That a conv-zitl on of t tie I'i-ni-
i-cratic p ty of E canim il county .hftill Ie
tw'ldl ll t'owt l olll tat 1; o'ilock noon oini the
14th day of April. 1 .'., f(i. tit purpose oI f
s.-liectin i t felv' i l12' p-rs-otis to reprI-se ilt
b-. imllla cll Iunli t at thl- lilltlii t ( r ll InveI-
llii to nt inailt it c.nidididate for Con-i re-
ind for the ii urpose of *l- ctmng two .'t-|V ( I :.i
pe'rii9s to r-pri*c( lit E-reitiibli t cmioulity it
lhe StLate ( ilivlition at 'ucLi tii an 111
place i' ii hyil lIt. 1 1 I x ily t h.- :t*>teanid Coi.-
grl -it- n 1 111t' ii ililirt' It miiiml-it i*t ii-lt u lf r
lhe purpo-' of !IelIectiL' a Countiy Execu-
tive ( ii n:ii t:lle toi liolto l titi l i i ir 'i2uec '- A
sor% s!:;;ll 1 be -,rl>cl if ill I;"i-2.
'IThe pr-m'ict hi-- aflid -litll fi entitled t A
the folio% ii- rreprir iitlioni at attid Coulu-
lyCouv-l itioi ll
No. 1. Nix%.' I
No. -. K upfriaitn -.
N o. ;"i M I i Iv tle.. "'.. I
No0. 4 Ftu IIi I
N o. .,. II L ir. t I
No. 7, li'en Harri ii Ti
No C. i'rti ll
No. .;luIl Iprinas-.
No. I1'. 'a ard A l&lillt I'- I
No. 1P, l alllnut 1.... 1 ,
No. 14. Ptnitroit 1.S
Ii. 1:;. Pt-u-aci L. i
NO. li, 'itn oiia .......
N -. I-.% 1 **il- >'r la I
N0. l'i, V'Int- ilhI 1
No. 17, IBr,n' I'- ,,
No. 1. -ilt\ I1
NI. '.. Miilino I
N <4 ) -*. It'll iat Iin :
Fuor t lie pourvo-vu of elect inig ileletiateis fromti
the set i-tral pr-inc-it n-i l bt s w 'L fortti liland
for ll,- purpl-I' o iiit lminatiigK two ciliiii-
dittti fur t l\- Hou-e of timpr'tienti tlve-, for
ilii- purpi-- of nonmil natiiingt a cauiidllte for
irlteillT, ai calttlidatle for Clerk of Circu.t
Court, a caild:daite fir Tax Collector. it ani-
aidate for Ta.\ Ase-sor. a candidat,- for
Tr'-aiur.-r, a catinidatie- for County Judge. a
ca;a.didtl-f lur aupe-rilitendent of ubli- lin-
structiion. candidate- fr County 6ur% i-yor. L.
a cam dliditte for Clei-ik if Criminal Court. ai
candidiate for Jiltice (of Ptace and a Con-
-lali- for .i.cond l i-itritt, ia cntil idate for T.
.Austic- tof I't-ace for Fi l ith i itl cti, can-
dillatLs for three mint-mbersof t county Scholi i
Hoard, ii primary electiiin of the Demnio-
crutiLc v(Otel"s of k.-alniia county hliall ti-.
lild etil b wt, n theoll li ir.- of ) ..iii a. III. anill
;i. I i'l iTu( -day. tIth- l th i day lof April. .
l.' inl ft r the l pUi piti---o. conl ductimn. -i,. I
5:5; ti itn llo" uw iin iii sp itctoii ard clt-rk .
.ill t -i ct ll li ii f ir t i-c'l y "a1'; Ct l I ll |n l K-
po ll I i :
'l i-clitit \o. l-C'ihan-..\A(idr. w N i-l (iaL2- .
\ 1). ih>-l1, sl-ipectl)r- ; A rcirl, |*-lit'h i.
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a -t forthsin -aidS -hp~
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for Infants and Children.
Castoria is ft harmless substitute for Cator Oil. ..
goric, Drops and Smothing Syrups. It i PI'.lea.,ir. .
contains neither Opium. Morphine in.r othi.r N.. ..
substance. It destroys Worms and allIys -'.rin, ..
It curec: Diarrlh'a and Wind Colic. It reli.,. I, ,
ing Troubles and eiires Constipation. It regul.at.t,
Stomach and Bovels, giving healthy artl natural :,,
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Boug:O
Bears the Signature of __


In Use For Over 30 Years.



h s H. Turner,


P. ARCHITECT*-:


--ANDI


general Contractor

nilding. z R pairing. Mantel iand (r.tr t *tin'. 1'1 : -
amid (ia;- Fittinig:.
L Complete Plumbing Department under, :A:
Management of E. B. Morey.
f \'iAr tit DI iins., E-itimatef-. Plani and Specit, i. m
ig of All Kiud-, Prepared on Short NI-tic,.
AW A Li:rL:e and Carefully S- !I-e:, I Stock of Fin- ,
ling of All Kinds. KBath Tub-, Cl' --t .ia.d Houi-,h!iold A; ; .
ot Water aind Gas Fixtures.


o. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


itizens National Bank
OP PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFF:IFFE1.
4A.
R. M. 1. [SIIN ELI..
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Ship Chand~aley and General1 ardw~re.
608 A% r) Gors %,,. ALA I*OX STREET
3X Tc


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLIN
GALVANIZED WIRE POPE, A. RUS8EL & BO


GUgs:,Cgoriaga, Filgt:, pis, I uticallIastromsuta, 11 s
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRDAY, MARCH 30, 1900.


Young Giris

How .a5y i i for young
itris tobe other "decline."
Sheyea less and less, become
= paler and paler and can
haddy drag through the day.
They are on the steady down-
ward course. I does them
Sno good; cld e Mnd bit-
ters allfail. la heyl edl food
that will nouris them better.
ind a medicine that will cor-
* (t their disease.


j'Scoff's Emulsion
Of bohoMt &.deg*yMW per-


quu better colw to fthe(ame
*The hvopophosptites of W" eand
4e .actas a strong toic to the
6 ra,"',tt Soon the weight increase.









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a ,n, '. :;.Al :11I that t(ie<. az.l

. 'a. 'I t i:a. i' tin Itln 1 fior-
S ii : t r hl,'. t ." t, nt' 1 \. na ll

t : |tr,>u* t kil'0t)rw sIt I V-
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j Ir. n oti"t alSS OF F SH

&LASS OF FASHION.


71 TI'


THE BOERS AS SEEN


BY AN AMERICAN

Julian Ralph's Indictment of
Their War Methods.

ARE DEVOID OF PRINCIPAL


luau s;g~wrlo:ile '.I.n.l e~=I~rjie~tr:amted ')
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1Udu',r'' aci' thu ii. I,!, lv Iy
..t 1It. wh- r '-71l111,catt 1. gril-.
'~ 2 'u:h 'fl' h. h-. Jiire up.--'I w ltit

tiny h. u.u-. I --%-,-r xNtw.i~. rc;) the c-alins
(-f frti i'i L't'v' s in the 1.nite14d State,.
T'h,:ir cavup.. and P"t..nugho1.ts from which
we Iaa'o routed them arn' the' tilthil't-s
E&L ;I bavvx knotwn nmen (of any eort tol
vpin. and I have *eoenrild Indian, Chi-
ni~ewand Tturkish (-AmiiM andL( he clumps
of many eckats 4oMalav men. A.; to their
twemvnry wid he .u ii- I have wien and
heard i wifteiciat "of their nxwardly and
d &..Artlv he'havii.r beta irat Yeoman at
KilAwlelF.But iwre I flud they havoc
1",Ii K~ty ofdifferunt and ori-ginal
em~imutle.,. HeLre thev kille'd(our w,)uad-
t-d and muWittheir b d x.inaIt r' ew aft*-r
ie" -if the f -my-,slout 'f4 wi.Ifte'r
v ,-;. h'witig till th- wt-14 fihow*anail"'
if' h.urr.-r I *fIli~h'' 1.'.a -if our e'aapLei'ing

to-nit t 1.h anIwhi-Ai 'h the Doers ha~tv,#
iti t ixlie' itli' r 1 e h i' v 1 :wt' itg r the'
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*r:.w'.hav.- Is-f t-iitth -i~t \%I))' '..T-n,
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11 airt W"1111it.1, 41,111 41 .-I- c rr
Ass.OwV a'aimdeltoA'.1'Ai fli ( %1111,ifth.

4Cllt hnitin~e' vig. nevearlt kill.d\%-vim

gor~tadt r jert- z h..1t%%.~ti-twwni.axuv a
Awarded Isik t'. le'l, ne cmha' a itily i
Wayn.%\TndeMrlthei :.-T ohe 2.1.kisacr-

h' tm av.lneU thevii fighing' huh. ti the i
t.im'iy t if ilel, pi,'vr' h'it centuyha\IUi


allows This!


n "'o Wq ,ffe.r (One Hundred IDollars ri'--
- ''~%:rl foar anyV (':1st of C'atairrh that
-:tei:),be' Cured by Hall's Catarili
* a *~ IF. J. Ctt ENF'a'. & C-I.a Tc'ldo. 0.
~ 'fea)r t 1) v Ila-t I17e 'y #,:# r-.
i~eI i'd a,'a.'e I aIIi 1e'fe'ct l-V IIIIiii, Iit. IIalI'
i~:iabt~alI~'t. e'teeca'rry out III%-seoh-
ii,.'.itI'' l avnfe- lithoelr firm.
Wi & T It I -.k 'x.

%I III ii\. .lI N N A X I N I 'l'N .
W I; ,! *- 4 .t ) .-'it Z !('-tare' I- : k'A t ra-
HaH C~irta Ciir i-* ak*nI


A0 3i A


Five Thousand Rolls
P '.'- i '. 'i ,, t. -'


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( 'Oirth'ible mat t"resse.s.
pillo)us, ,t,*'.. to go with f/oul
ntc- furniture. )'ou can
bu, the whole outfit from
M.larYton < Finch.


Women are Like
Flo erO S Healthy andstrong
flowerI they b.ossom
and bloom. S;ckly. they w,.her and
d e. Every woman ought to look weil
and feel well. I''s herr:ght an. dut:.
La she m!:ght as well try to put out a
f re .v.h o.l a. to be health; and at-
.r: v..: .w:th d:sease corroding the
organstha make herawo.nan. Upon
the.r hea;:h depends her health. If
there is inflamrmat::n or weakening
dra ns or suffer;rg a .the monthly
S : : at'r.d to it at on:e. Don't
ade.a.'. YDu re cne step nearer the
gra-.e every day you put it off.
W--r.en can z:and a great d'al. but
they cannot h e forever w:th disease <
dragg-rg at rrost dehcate and
o tal rgans in the:r bod,. ''c- r-ay
have bi.en deceived in so-called cures.
V.\ n't see lw y .' c t1 h-:ip it--
S : *v-, !.w i i.-.: "h \\'r s s 'ff on
7 7rk '. t:,:t v-1 w -,n't 1W dis-
S :. d in lrt.,:fit; F* .:n le R*,-
S*r. \ i r :: i, th n fll 1-
n ear.h fr *vo :;.Tn'\ *'... T"ler
h .liffoernc, ItVv. "tn i: I
.r .... d I,.l r,.re .d!ws a'- ;o,.re is
S an : and \v nt. Ira '.:., 1"..
.' ", R.. '.t',.c r -, ha-s th pl.i i,
S;- : :.ns, pr< ,n,,"v rek.i.ar:tv.
S "., pu'r: I. an l,.. 1n -.. It
-, ", .t'l iti;;.: q.:> klyv aitxl :tvl" andi
:.." V..'y. Itisf,,rw, w 'r.ena : rt..'ode-
S 6'%e w\. h-.thr they will ie healthy or
B: !. 1 : !.:; .'s Re<;lat ,r l:es at
hand. $1 pir bottle at d: ugK t,re..
Se"nd f car afree booklet.
TNt BRADFI LD RGULATOR CO., Atlesat, Go.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
Nw YORt. March 29 oPrn cLwm1s
January. .............. 8 04 .... .99
arebruary...................
Mareon................ 9 30 .... 9 16
A pril................ .. .'.A 0 .... V -
May.................... V. 67 .... 9 2
j m ................... 9 28 .... 16
July .................. 2 .... 9 LM
A g st..................... .... v 0
deptem oeI ............. 8.45 .... 8 3
October................ i .... 8 12
.Novmtbr ............. 04 .... 7 98
Deommber .. .. .. O .... 7 W8
Spot cotton cloed1 quiet ,4 decllaa. mihl-
\litac uplinds bs iniduliuggulf it0.. Sales
926 bales.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
CaIcAGO. March 211 orP c.0os
WHKAT-March '...
WERAT-May ... 6;,' 67 .... 4i,
WULAT-JUT ....
WHAT--epteibr r
LvoN-- i.arch. .... b7
toaB-May ... ...3- ,'. .... 3
Loali-J uly ..... ... .
Lo01tN--epterf iter 3., 4
UATS-M&4rch ........ 'A..
UA a .. *' ; *.... a43
UATS-July ..... '*a
--March. .... 12 t5
PORK-May............. 1 63 '.2: .... 12,5
PoA KK-Juiy ... ....... ..4..3
L.AD-March .. 6 4".'
iEaD--May..........f 5 3.l 6 ',....A 4;,
LAKtR-.July ** *** T1 ,
Klf -A trcll. .. .... ( 7l>
Ktti--M1a. 6 70(3 75 .... 6 3,)
Kl -s-JuIy ..... ....6 57',
NAVAL STORE i.
\ i~ r 1 N ..Mar'h 2.4.-S;>irti
turp;i'it eite tn. ;) s'.ii, srt'a f l I, ulla'Ii.ian ed: receipt%
'riie turpentint qui-t at $2 (eti .
r.-.eipts 3 Tar stea.y at $1 2.' receipts
SAVANNAB. March 2:'.-Spiritte turpea-
tine tirt at 5.1 receipt. "s,; sales ,'*
expor's 1 7. Rotin p,,lef nominal, other
t:rile's firn. receipts t37, sales noie; ex-
p rts ll,.*tJ.

Be t op The Kind You Have Alays B sgt


Cosiv-s intlon .Callt.
'i ho ,ixter'Itit atinual n. -+tina" of
t h" Woilil*t C (hristian T-imnperaice'
'ifon o f Flori(l;i, will bh hhldl it,
(aii(-svill,. April 'rd. 4th nrid tllh.
The flrst ses.-ion will be at ; p. in..
of Tne-daiv thf third.
MiN s IlBelle Kearney of Flora.
MiQ-., will lzive the convention a6d-
dr~', adding intter-t t." the i cat-
-iOtl. A lI.;'I; (. ItKou'N,
MAR J. (Gi.ENN.. Pre-ident
Record inSg ec'y.
EMPLOYMENT OFFIlCE.
Ring up 3.2 or call st the oflict.
:1 North 'Palafox .tret. whrn int
need of a carpelnter. B. I). Hotfman.
Bt inid Joixers' Union. will furnish you
with tli desired help oun short no-
:ice. i.25ttf
If i!). are rea 'f/ to o to
h mse-keeping, let MAlarston
SFin ish/ furnish i/oi r iholt se
for !/ou. They /uill safe you
inofeif. Your credit i.s oo!
with lthemt.
J. I. St,, ph)'n- ti-a ; a lar_.,- ;i---,rt-
'.tet ,f nid v tll,,i,"r rilvn r and
R{,,t;,.r'- Knf va,. Ftrks and ',,, i


I HE HEINE ACADEMY FF MUSIC,
N o. N.'rti l't latf' : n :r- t.
VIISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
,. j ,; l !ir \ *. li'. l H1 I 'S t l I. 1. -


Best Patent Flour.
Our Best IR'd 1 Royfal
Patlnt /is ts he1 i st //'ur thIat
a(iI be prodiluccd b ,!an,'
nill.
Forget .fIe .Xot i.s one oi
the best Breakfast Food I on
fhe market.
1 made b/il The 0. E.
Stanard .11111i Co. and for
qale by .Icw Orleans Gro-
cery Co.
J.AS. AI'HUGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.


FOR BALE. PROFESSIONAL OARPS. POLITICAL AWnnOUlCEIET.
At a bargain. 76 acres (30 nrfer LT LU
fence and cultivation, the balance '' FDr. r lr
woodland), : of a mile north of Co.r- D. (1aree.u10 $ ereary, For Repre ma.n-ive.
dova Park, with 4-room houe., barn I fherey' announce -mv.- If -a a tn.idate
and two stables. Price $(W00. For rPhySif P r o-ril,. .. r, ,nt,'.c: t .
further information., apply to W. R d ;mocrC-c pSuu-e "'e
Doun la-.s on place, or J. E. PDuhni- ...-'... wet,re. orre.': C t .H i. F
son f& o., citv. l3nil .... .., :.. -


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


k'C1.Patatrx 81r.t- H.t. P 'a. su i hr'v n utFor yc ~ ~x~ d
j ~fir Rprese'tntatai *''f I'sanixamh I .iaatv ain
liel~'g..auIi e'~ i' e'tLip thle Is1~aemocraliad
DR. Wm- C. DEwBERRY. Prair. r",.*.


OFFIOE-Hanzah Bros.' Drug kore. I


R'ESIDEWOE-400 E. Jacksou Stree


LODGEUDI RECTORY Wm. 8 Marean, M. D.,

KNIGHTS OF __rYiHIAS. ,Ho0m0ioatic Physici2i and lnrIfOD,


Pensacola I1odge, No. 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
ingat ::. at Cautle laHi
gin Hutchinson hall. West
Intendencia street.
Visiting brethren cordlall'
adBd welcomed.
H. JUDSVIN.,
#c H. HORqL.EM. C. C

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I WVoo(laan oftlih
World.
.Me,'t< first and third Friday night ir.
eah b months. \Vlitlng allyv inv't'd. W. W. WATSON,
S. It. u rs.Clerk. C. C.
-
WEEKLY iMCIHED ULI.
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAlI
HALLWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
Bayou, Palmetto i.each, Warrlngton. Navy
Yard and Fort harrancas at
6:9 a. m. arrive at Fort Barracas 7:16 a.m
111.0 ;a.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas Il0 45a.nj
1:0W p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancaa 1:45 p m
8:3 p. in. arriveat Fort Barrances 4:.l p m
6:15p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancaas 7:(1pm
*8-00 p m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranca. for Poena-
cola at
?:30 a. m. arrive at Pensacola...... :15 a. a
11.o0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 11:4 p. m
2:00 p. m. arrive at Penaacola......... 2:46 p. im
5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola ... 7:45 p in
1:00Dp. m. arriveat Pensaoola......... 7:45p nm
*8:46 p. m. arrive at Penaaeola......... 9:30 p. a
*Saturdays only.
In effect Dec. slt, 1IS.
SUNDAY 11MUDUDS.
L ave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrane*.
*a.m. 10 a. M.
11 .m. M a.
l a.a 12
1p.m. 2p.m.
S p.m 9 p.m.
.m 6p m.
6p.m 6p.m.
6 9. a l .aP.M
6p.m. p.m.
PARK FOR WEEK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 4k
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return .... 856
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
FrAR RFOe SUNDAY
&0eneaon'a to 3rt oarranoas Navy
ard and return .......... .............
Pensuaola to Palmetto Boeah and
No freitbt r-ceived after 8:11 i. "m.








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Real Estate Agents,
PENRAOOLA. FLA.
PRESENTET TWENTY-TWO OF TH k
LEADING FIRE, LIFE. MARINE,
ACCII ENT, FIDELITY, PLAIN E
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
STRANOB COMPANIES. ...
j'e 'al ACS oof il Wnitablt

LiUe Assmaice Society of thc
Uitei States.
tH.r IA P POtsDKNG tOKIJIThRD.


H. A. WATERS,


Late (of Ocala. F'la..
Ufferis has pro(fessonsl sPerviems to the citi.
z sof itPensacola.
EsPokpaal of teution iiven to t he' t r-ainen t
of k- bromIc Li.*a-em an~d l:. ttf
lirvY,-tbr. lract,:ce :11 tho- S01101.
Ib ctii 11 uUr% : I.-a. In t -)I'-, I n. f t) 4 p. im.
R#4sadence Pkioue No. :o..
Rro#wailoutit(it[Ii le&nar--)Lsbou 3


Dr. Wilnmer

DENTAL SU
Masonic Temple.







WIBOLEAL:

Palafox S
Pensacola, I


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For sheriff.


I li.'rehv announcia my-ielf ap a eandidatg.
for Sh.'r'tiff n I'*cainjbi County. and ro--
vip--,truZly i"k fthe support of my fricadg
Mild vqotei % (if the viunty. If eiev-ted I will
da..*iharae the duties of said officertt2cientty.
fairly and imiparhially.
W. H. H VOit vsa.~w.
For Sheriff.
I herelby announesnmyself as a candidate
for ree-elcetion to the Offie of %heriff of Ks..
i'aMbta ony Florida. and Pol 71:t the put-
frngr-sat..] interest of all iny fi.end..
ki&Kofe.KF:. !WIU.
For Sheriff.
I hf-rehv announce~ myoelf it candidate, for
~heriff of kseambia county at the @so~uing

Fi'r Clerk of the Circuit 4Court.
I here-by announnos myself as a candidate
for re.,.ltection as clouit of tbs circuit court
of Fwismbia county 4 he" vcsuing oeletion
and m-sk the su pport 09 the Voters.
A. M. N C 341 LA V.


For Circukie le, k
I announce my randiddacv yfr Ilerk of theb
J RL OD 'I, lcarcilt 'oeurt oif E- itania o,;.nty. 'uje, to the o ittion of the r exa.u'e g li-morratic
Phone 364. piMnari.... R. ... L. ,DIEL.
For ('ir'uet ('I-rk.
STo thi' VoIters of Fcamaib.a i county.
I ther-by announce mu'-rief a candiidate for
the othct' of clerk of the cmirusat court ,9
8 F '| t binh coun nty a-il -* ill ibr pleaded to)
s* Vo9 iv, tie*v th sipjiort of av friends and the
i voter, g-n-raly. .1.>iN i. I aK I. RIA.
I'For Tax '.llrector.
SI hre'by announce rmy,*lf as a candidate
for re-t-lection as Tar i'olelfctor of E icam-
hia county. and ask the -support of my
friends and voters generfllv
street, A. H. I'ALKHRseTRh.
Florida. T Sr Tax Cislector.
The many friends of Judgee V. 1. Ponitay
having obtaintedt bis eonont herteby aon-
nounce himn a a eandlate foir Tax Collecrtr
of Escambia county at the ensutng election.
MA NA.Y TVTab


ILLUAJ.L5 OU .LVUU 01For Tax Aaesmi.
I hereby announce myself as a candidat
for Tar Asses or of Epanhmia county, oub-
We chltlene ithe world Jectto tl etion of the emoeratie prima-
riv. II ferleted I expert to meet the appro-
to produce a remedy equal 'ation" o"f ahe tax payers and will do my
duty in evry detiatl as I did when I bel&d
the ofBce before.
to the Matchless Mineral Oo. R"s"s.
oFor Tax Aaneeuaor.
[Water for the cure of In- The candidary of William W. Richards ta
.7 hery onngiunre*d for re-lection a" tax a-
(fl.eStOn, DyfpepStia and v.o,*er for FlCanmhia county.*sulbjct to tbh
Iajtioni of the. democratic primaries.
all forms of Stomach, Bow- Fr., 'un.,y Trea.,rer.
I anfoin.'e mnyse .f s a candidate for
el Troubles and Skin. Dis- she ,..,, of County Treasureor. ,uhjet tto
Sthti riii oft thie demorratlc priraaary. and
eases. Guaranteed to cure ak the. support ,,f ,y friend. A.. .
or money refunded. Cost Fvir o'..un, Trea.urer.
it' > 1 t h nr,,.v uanicune' "miy"if at a i at :deidatm
only J e,'nt.s a ay tO tSC i. fcr ia-n S'lultv. 'ujec't t ot a demialeoiat the I-uil e
( ieiiocrlati. "primary election. sml re-%pweg-
One dollar bottle last rtivenl- fify ..olicnt the. uppoirt of tie voti-r- of th.*
nront, ripleIdging Inmelf for the* future tWhe
fty dy--,s. i-Hii fihul pnrforiinn- f of duty that L
ty dayhasv. ,indlMor,-l to fulfill tdring mv m pa
7o. at- irf ihe office. J. W. FATKu.
For sale by all dru tists:'"'""" "
For Jaotice f< uhePPeace.
also T. T. Green ,'C (o' 3d I hpr-h.yannoune.,,y candida-y for r--


S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


W. W. WILKINSON',


Greenville. Ala.
Testit.ri)a-itl From Judge Gaston.
(.REVLNVII.IE, Ala AuW. 10). 1'.i.
I tiako c -.iat pleaqur, in certifying to t l
tirlry alindl the incrli i f Willkin.on' Mateh-
1-4.. tlin'ral Wat-r. 'Thibi natural mineral
ton.!, to nmy per- oinal knowledge. Is taken
from a well thrl'ee tilei' asut of (Greenville.
In ttio exact condition in which it is sold. I
hlve .eu thi waitter uied. ith wonderful
success. fur dyspepsia. indigestiln. suore
eyve and for eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
' *r thpse trouble,. I do not believe its
equal exists. It is highly recommended by
pbyVciare for a number of disoano..
Z ..L ( Judge of Probate Court, butler County,
Alabama.


Butcher and Green Grocer. 5
]PHONE 172
Fl-'rch. Tennessee and Native Meats. ~BAUsM- of Copalia,.
Chickidn.i and Country Cbe-.and .Injectot..
Produaeo Dail They mmrin 48 liourthle
Shop, Rear of JohnsoD A Son'S Stope. smed tOLD*Vu~aLLw hJ
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re t bitte ssand. Isi&
4.?' I::rsRUT -f yow ru t -t 4.ior -.1ma 5..uI
tV, WolwS.4 I.i*. hype..
Kexiise~~gs Meda..squre. PUIL4.. PA.


elte ct i sn t t .) tflie orfiiJIt,"*- it"he e ava-
for th' M 'Seondl Ilitilret'. **ubhje.t .,) the :t'-
lion of thb- nominating pa lmari-e.
liOVKt4 Joa.I.
For J.oseince of she Pa ace.
At tbhe ,ugg,.qtion of numerous frirndie. I
hlereby announeM my candidacy for .lult'.e
of the' Peac- of twonil dt.ricl. .ulbject, to
the action of the noninratinir primnarie*.
JAXM.& H. LAXD'WI1.-
F'or i I nan a candliiat, for county supe rinten-
dcinit of public initructiori. nubjew.t to the
denitmTratic prinar..je. I re-p-'ctfully t-
licitt thli sufTrige of thi,. l.cEcaibitna county
voters for thle above-namiedi po-iiIion.
JAusa. M TATE
fr',r !t<;lI< I ?m|*s mnli.Iemit.
To theq Votter4 of EseaNainhi 'fintty:
I herelby announce my*.lIf a candidate fie
Hup.rintendenrlnt of P'ubilil I ntruttion SIo
F;-cambla county and auk the supportut f.y
friends and voters gtnuerally.
4 J. RELL.
Jor Sups ItIntnd at atruction.
To the Voters of fEcambia county: I
hereby announce myself a candidate for r--
election to the office of county *sperint.n-
dent of public instruction and will be
pleased to have theb support of my friend
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N. II.CooK.
For Member school Hopard.
By the request of friends I herehy an*
nounce ny candidacy for member of ZI-
camhia County Hchool Hoard fur Northern
l'hird, district. ul,'Ject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A.C. HRKWTOM.JR.
'.or Memlber "elloil Itoanl.
Yielding to th. urgent request of fricalo .
I have d'ciddrl to again h*-come a randadant
for nif-intihr of the <-tsch(il toard of EN ambia4
cou.inty. -ubject to the action of the 'lemo-
cratic priinaries. F. WAICIO
Fop'r Me slher '*lt|e
  • The friend. of Ma. J. I'. HTsWA .,onf Wal.
    nut Hill. hiatving %o.*urird hi%* con1'st
    he.roe'y rtinounce his candtdoncy for nmem-
    ter of th- I.A'ftrimbnia 'loiniv c-baool Hoar.
    for th i- northern l dtrict. stjhj ect to thr ac*
    tion of thle dernocralle priiauriaei.


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    Dannhieisser Bros.,

    AGENTS.

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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1900.


    THE DAILY Ns Wu:
    Baterd at the Popt Office at Pensacola.
    Fla.. Ve s-eond-class matter.
    Orrscs: Pitt luildinK.?1l': tSoutb Pala-
    st street. up-ttair.
    PI B.14HKEl) BY
    THE NEW8 PUBLISHING 00.

    Terrms-Invarlably in Advance.
    Oue Year by Mail I.'
    .As oubs '
    three Moa.tbs ** 5 1
    **a. Month *
    (b o Week. by Carrier, payable Monday I

    THE WKICKKI.Y NEWS:
    rPblatthd very Frlday at Stl.1 per year
    Postage free.
    TELEPHONE NO. 1is.

    Ad wrt.ing Ral Feur i hed on ApplicC'ion.


    Nliijgt 'I ~El


    Theb paper Is o M e wtt the
    U II AVERTMNi CO.,
    adiont Bakldag. St. Pa8t. Minn.. wbeit
    cmibeu Madreitiser mEB otber3 may
    exa1mee it mud where emtluam will be giver.
    *pmopace for qINERAL&DVKRTlslNG.

    PENSAOOLA. MARCH. 30. 1900.

    PRECINCT IELE.GATFS8
    The May' l>-mocratic Club(,f P,.ntaecia
    basenedor-t-d h*- folriwing tticke for d1l-
    *-gat#' tr om th-(city pr-c-ff l pim tI ltil tftll-
    Ieratir countyy C,>n -nitiao| to I-e held at
    l'owelon. April 14 and :*,k that they b*-
    ViTen Ra hl-rt r support Oy ith- v. te-r%:
    Pr i r'l"<(t 1--.' H. tiol r ,t 112 lil % h1t"'-
    Lao. Win. Bazzi/l. 1. Ii. i.Mazell, and 1. F.
    wra"ttbtn.
    Precinct !.!-W. % our *. Th<,. Hanna ll
    Jobna 'hr t;-. t-*. 1. toite- d W. 1'.
    Pr*c'tet I-4,..o. .l ..i n .1<>-. 1. i'hip.on,.
    J .t M i.'t .a c ..^ ;,-.. J,, !n l i'l,.'t.-,i alnd J. --.
    *rt-c:nct 1-I H. I'luttnatin. J.tin W\ -'-t.
    w' M nirItt, J. F..%t olecrmonit-an & ,%wi % A.
    I*uonam.
    THE Chica, been -tned for $ .mIAlO damn.ag-# by an
    advertisers' guarantee company
    Which guaranteed its circulation
    upon false circulation reports fur-
    nished by its officials from dummy
    books. The newspaper p-eople of
    tV1lt city are prolouzndly a.ritat-ed by
    the evtiit, and circulation prevari-
    cators throughout the country are
    awaiting the result of the suit with
    treatilless anxiety.


    THE.-.ub-titute for the Porto Rico
    tariff bill ffTertd by Senlator Davis of
    Minnesota should sati-fy any reas-
    ,oable imeriber of either house of
    the cotigre.s. bt. lie democ.'at or re-
    publican. It inimply extends to ana
    over the island. in slightly modified
    form. the United States internal rev-
    enue laws, and provides that the net
    amount of taxes so collected shall
    be expended for the benefit of the
    inhabitants., iI public works and ed-
    ucation, for.the- space of two years.
    It aio provides that "ino duties on
    imports or exports'" shall be col-
    lected. It places the tariff protec-
    tio iL--iue broadly before the repub-
    lican-and other-protectionists., and
    .,-aves them no alternative but tot
    choose between tariff rob-bery and
    honesty.
    A tl'Kllir's of the agitation of the
    question of convict labor and its
    man-gemenit, an exchange relates
    ?-Jluie particulars of the phenomenal
    $tuccess attailted by the lat' Michael
    'Ca-sidy. warden of the Eastern pen-
    :t-atiary of Pe-lili-ylvania at Phila-
    delphiw. wh.l itid under his chliarge
    Milol th ii I I i convict-. and the
    IituAtituiin it iv. I (contallinted a whit,
    a chain, a p:ii-, f mai aclu. or aiy
    aipliaticefor Illl i-ul dilet. HeI pi I-
    lliutt.ed n li ;;n. k i:1 dI--- oi ot41 itn -
    w'1.e- to d,-iinu-tintl-h convicts fromI
    free labor-i- ; it- .-uipplied til in witli
    wholesoimen fod and plenty of it: he-
    iiade tl.t ir qliar t-r a a- t;tr ctive- and
    cosiufortablli ;" po)"ibl+e; lbut lih
    i pt*;it tII il str., i'y ;.I t wLi k "i 1,1 ruld

    lirtil --I.


    and w id-.l .- lu -it l- t o *,t' T thI ti' ; ; ,i t
    '* ll i t. I-i t *; : > ; *, I i 'l ( -


    a tl l ;, t il .-i i \- ', it ',-i,it:1
    r

    and hlm ndm im ti.: pi t--ai of tIit Nii-.-
    : a gt i <-;ilin l l : ;,1"--+! + i.r n;;:i. : In **It
    ;lia d ed 'V ld *,li|| :| ;,J ; l t ," ;i :l;l !ll ).. ,
    0-lorll *l t It- : :i- ;ill Oi t: -,,..
    WIL*'le r tI ** '.'. ,* ; --, ,I or -!i.ill h. t
    he fo dti .d I- i ,tt, : ,,1 !, -- i;1,-
    lillent t lan tt i it -l:all bit c.,i1.i-
    luenc d ;::nl <. i;,I. : *1 ;A it ,l f.ar-
    lile-t pos itbi,- d iy. It- d"f i-e*,. a'-
    t-r all t : ilk i-' v, r. w ill ,1 ,-ti d t
    Ulltii2.:.; ,% y i4. ,:. t I "'. S I;ivy
    leather l.;<;i:1 it 1'o %i ;a ly att eli t-
    ft 'rtiryii;g t!;:it lii !it .lit. ixl".


    I'la liormi l.;nterv.
    It .'l r P- io .- it-,-,f n;to bl. : If t!:,. ex
    trteanne tua i lt'- itrty. sIchi a-s Bryan.
    JIone-s and AlIt:ul theN tebra-ka platfoim Iii 1.1 be idopt.-d its
    the nationMl ilatf-orim. and thlie lenui-crati-
    party rili open the, doors wide for populistf
    and socialists tlo on.m.- in. but if that plat-
    foriu is adopted tbtoubands and thousands
    oTd .-uccra(t in the North and r.outh,. and
    #ven s m onie of the Western taSt-s.W. ill re-
    flaw to support it. Thler are mniny demo-
    rate wbo bbrlieve lu standing by tho. party
    wbegTere'arnot. and hesewill not fly the
    track.but if Mr. iryan insists upon run-
    ningon a p!atforia ol thiot character these
    ne n will #-imply Iet the election go by de-
    la4il. a the tA.-t imeiai of reta:ing Bryan
    and purging: the party ef populism. We do


    W.o knows amytbing Pbout bin can doubt. '
    and Senstor Martin represents a large auid
    Influent itl cl sas of party regularity demr -
    crats in the (Old Doninion.-Richmond
    Times.
    THE NEWS repeats its formerly
    expressed conviction that Mr. Bryan
    is not now the "extremi-t' lie was
    four years ago. He is not o! the sort
    of inen who never learn anything
    He has enjoyed unexampled oppor-
    tunities of learning the sentiments
    and temper oi the democratic people
    of nearly every state in the Union.
    His approval of the Nebra-ka plat-
    form was for Nebraska, and thecon-
    ditions tht-re prevailing. When lie
    c3mes to tne consideration of a na-
    tional platform the conditions will
    be different. The Kansas Citv con-
    vention will be for Bryan. but not
    for such a platform as was formu-
    lated at Chicago or at Lincoln. And
    Bryan will be for the Kansas City
    platform, heart and soul; and will
    gladly welcome the formulation of a
    democratic creed which will result
    in the unification and rehabilation
    of the party-else he is no democrat.
    As a whole, the democracy at
    large, as indicated by the numerous
    expressions of its leading members,
    is not in the humor to permit the
    ,repetition of blunders that have
    nearly wrecked the party. Thous-
    ands of democrats. in nearly every
    state in the Union. stand ready to
    renew their fealty to the party.
    broken by the division caused by the
    Chicago platform. Neither Mr.
    Bryan nor the Kansas City convetn-
    tion is going to say to them : "Stay
    out' We do not want or need ytoui '
    Other thousands voted-for Brvain on
    the Chicago platform under protest;
    they will not do it again. :ill o:h-
    ers refused to vote-and no iman
    knows how many; they' will re-ft-e
    again.
    THE NEW-3 i- for Bryan.. .,:1 a
    democratic-not a populistic-plat-
    form ; and it predicts for him, cn the,
    platform which it feels assured will
    be the result of the Kan as City
    convention, the greatest democratic
    victory the country has ever s-eii.


    It iQ very hard to statd idly by and
    sve our dear ones butler while await-
    ing the arrivA l of the doctor. An
    Albany (N. Y. dairvinan called at a
    drug store theie for a doctor to comei
    and see hi. child. then very sick
    with croup. Not findiiin the doctor
    in. he left word for him to c<'ine at
    once on his return. He also bought
    a bottle of Chamibrlaiiin'- (Coughi
    Rlmedy. which lhe hopt-d wiId give
    somne relief until the detor should
    ,tr ivf-. I nli a few ihonrs lie ret ine(d,
    saying the doctor it-ed not come, as
    thei child wa much! l(-t:,-r. The
    druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz. says the
    family ha- "since recominimniided
    Ctialiiberlain s Cough Remedy to
    their nieighio,,r- antd fri-nid- until he
    h;ti- i i,-tailt demtiaid f.)r it fro n
    that miirt of the co(litity. Fo'r -ale
    by Hail ith Bro- 21 .Sotith l'a.ifox
    s-i el-t.


    Slli-: WAIRt HlIPS
    Nt. I Y'isk. T,-uau and M'c redii in ie lHatrl.ir ThI'.t Mir, inmu.
    Th- t l g-hip New York. lattle-ship
    Texa.is andl giunboat ,!ach.i-. -af-ly
    cros--d tt' Ibar and entered thie litar-
    bIor a little before f < 'clo'k t!hii
    morning .1ii1t ('Comaii.ndilat W. W.
    RIeisintger and staff Irmiii tthe Pensai-
    cola iavy yard immedciat-ly w-lnt
    out to Imet and welcome R-ar Ad-
    miral Fat iluhar and staff'and thief of-
    ficers of the tlhre( v.essel.
    The graceful war ves.els aii i'.i.Irvl,.
    close tg~-thi--r. itl t!h -:rl-ii ;i n .ir
    tlie navy yard.
    Coll ao(i'l'-re : izz-ll brou-l: tlih
    New Yo' k. and l'ilot Wini. Bell ti"
    I'u-xas over' t!,e Itha tthi l mlormiii .-
    He was informed thit the .-hip-
    would probably not come up to ttie
    city b-fior toi-mi,rrow niirnin'g.
    ll oIrd,.r that citizen-i from the iii-
    tritor n1may tlit-se tbe-:iutifil v'---
    su-is. the Lotuisville adii Na-hville
    railroad will ruii special e-xciursitini
    trains fr.im F"loiiaiton anmi d froli;
    Riv.r Junctiin and inti.rmediits-
    p,>intit to-iiiorrow\v, ticke-t-. 4owi 1t. re--
    turn on any train until April .it
    tthl follow iil..g \, r:t<4-:
    All ta'.iofl-. h'iverJ ii:. tis:iC to.Mir-iin-
    11: t, li>'it'; lv, rou ii l i n < ,-..
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    nivy I l ptrtin' -!t i* now ti;,.ki,, "#-
    frt' to tli Il-h i!iT ih "w tl.a:-t: p .;
    thtie squadrn w;l!; a m -ll wial <*;.,i-
    Tz ttionequal t- ;4iy in tll ,, -.rvic,.
    The K-tr,-air i- by vni Imtati .* i-
    coinfoftatly 'ittej lor a tli;g-liip a-
    the New Y,,rk.
    The New Y'ork lha- been the flag-
    ship of the squadron since, before the
    Spanish-American war and has seen
    hard service
    Don't forget Starrett at Clutter's
    lall Friday March 3rd.


    onstipation
    Headacbe, biliousness. he.-tbarn, indi-
    gestion, and all liver ills are cured by
    "Mbowapm AWS


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    THE PIKNSA(X)l A lSlILARY. 4nd unnecessary, but the public ra"
    -- readily appreciate from whet has
    Good Pr^girse Being Made Toward i een said above the immetn;-e im-
    Rehabblitation. portance of so radical a departure
    The special committee. consisting from former methods and sources of
    Power for all manner of commercial
    of Rev. Percival H. Whaley, Mrs. ,and industrial uses, as that now be-
    F. 0. Howe, Mrs. Wm. K. Hyer, ing inaugurated, aniid soon to be of-
    Jr., Miss Elizabeth Crowell and fered to the public for their pi-
    Mr. J. M. Roberts, charged with tronage.
    the duty of revising the con- TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
    stitution, held a meeting yes- rake Li.xative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
    terday afternoon at the library, and druggists refund then money if it fall to
    Sure. E. W. Urove's siltiature is cn each
    made excellent progress in the per- 1ox. "0c.
    formance of its task. With such a
    committee, a much improved and /
    practical, working constitution. 7
    adapted to the wants of the ineti-
    tution, is assured. As soon as Peppermint Cream Wafers, an at-
    the work of tile committee has been ter dinner dainty. Ask your dealer
    completed and adopted, the officials for them.
    of the library purpose taking up the
    matter of publishing % catalogue A NEW GUIDE TO PENSACOLA.
    and otherwise substantially inviting
    an increased membership, as well as. Chas H. Blils to Issue a New Work iot
    additional donations to the library Meet the Demand.
    in the shape of books.
    Speaking of donations, the latest Chas. H. Bliss will not abandon
    one was that made by Mr. Rix M. the issue of his quarterly magazine,
    Robinson, just received yesterday, as he at first contemplated, but will
    consisting of a beautifully bound set .
    of "Six thousand Years of History." issue it in connection with his
    by Edgar Sanderson. A. M., J. P. monthly magazine. His previous
    Lamberton, A.M.,andJohn McGov- editions have been exhtauated and
    ern, assisted by a notable group there is still a large demand for the
    of eminent writers and authors. Ic work. Mr. Bli-s' Quarterly will be
    is in ten volumes, and covers, as a complete guide to Pensacola. up-
    its title implies, an outline of the to-date in every respect. Mr. Bliss
    history of the world f oni Herodo- has orders for a large number of
    tius to date. Mr. Robinson last year magazines for northern distribution
    made another equally valuable do- and for the Seltia excursionists. He
    nation in the shape of the "New will call on the merchants of Pensa-
    Cabinet Cyclopedia" by A. R. Spof- cola at once in ordei to have the
    lord, late librarian of congress, and work ready by the date of the ex-
    Prof. Charles Anpandale. For thee cursion here from ielina.
    wilcouo additions to the library,
    Mr. Robinson has the .-incere thanks Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
    of the ollicers and menmbier-. those dangerous aTff.ctioin,-.--t. colds,.
    Other recent donation wee from y l gripp.-- h1(-h Faill in-l Will-
    .Other 'e'-niittlonationis wele from ) tor brin ai.shinir. It i- itli p Lr*,at.-.t Mi-ss Nellie Mallory. Mrs. H. L. bronchitis aud all throait ild lung affiec-
    Simpon. the late Major Humphrry, tioi..
    and Mr. Alexander. a visitor to the
    city. A fine set of Gale & t-e iton _
    Annals of Congress, Iroin 1791 to
    1S24, donated by Capt. H. L. Mlarcy
    or Boston. a friend of President
    Hays. in 40 volumes, and the Con- Motto ,tPurit
    g'ressional Record from lb33 to 1.4, Motto: Ahlute Purity.
    are among the large number of val-
    uable reference booKs in the library. A Popular Ent-rtainment!


    Dr. Bull'sCough Syrup is a remarkable
    medicine. A dry, tackling. hacking touilh,
    tie warning that cionsumtiption lurk., near.
    ti.-eds no otlier doctor Dit Dr. Billl',('oinh..b
    5 rupi. It postivtly cuies throat aitd ;unig
    t rouble.


    ELE('lIC POWER
    I'or All Public and Private. Comnier-
    cial and Industrial l['o".
    The installation of the new elec-
    tric light and power plant on Scuth
    Tarragona street. under the super-
    vision of President Northup and
    Electrician Brooks, is progressing
    rapidly and will soon be complete.
    Realizing that the innovation of
    furnishing power by electricity is a
    matter of profound importance to
    every individual or institution in
    the city using power for any pur-
    pose, or likely to be benefitted
    by the advantage of usitic the
    salmle, "I'mB N EWS sent a rellpre-
    sentative to visit the plant this mori-
    ingand secure such information a-
    might be of practical 1se to the in-
    tere-ted public. Presidt nt, Northtup,
    who i- carefully and intelligently
    watching every detail ot this- .'T+ait
    work, very courteou-ly plac-ed at theta
    disposal of THE NIw.w-s iianv 'overy
    item of information nlce--a ar tn tian
    under-tanding of the -cvipe of the
    company's plans coleVrnliini- tthe
    furnish.ling of electric power r for -Li-
    cral use.
    The construction force i- iow en-
    aged( in the reiinioval iI ti t ::a,.ilii-
    cry io tile old plant o il ( ,t d -trit
    t,) thte liew place. W lhlie (IlI- ji-id.! #.,
    the consolidated plant wiil coniit;,ii i
    twin sets of dynamo!-. each h,!in t.i b<
    di iv ni l)y its own etliili _. -. 1 tl;!it inl
    case one of the two lit eith -r -,t ,ri
    battery break, (owi. it- twi:i ill
    itmlit-tliately r.f-placc it l't.icli ydvii.-
    mni) andt engine of each-et will b,.
    ,oper-.ted altrllrnately, i:1 the r, t:!,.tr
    w -k <,f the plant. I--i,.-- tli.! lir
    no"w uied tio propel the .-ti, .I: .:i
    -yste : ainiild the two ptaoir linw 1 b,141
    )br, ghlit troin the o d 'plint thi i
    have n ioTall two f;iw i pa'i
    tf d(yiin illir-. rli" dIr'i'vi-n !)y -ni2:1" s
    oif au ,,il: 1lilt tun -+. i'< w -r. i,, ;++
    -+i w itll l.'i li* .b ,-p ,n s,-i **!'ev ;n I).--
    t::LI t elll. 'l i i l 1 ; ;. itl --
    V t fI t o t I f f Il r II l i I t .o
    ***-t It" iii-t'lllii .. v.... ::. -_',-
    ,f tnhe ate-t ci;p:l'ltV. "
    St' i;ri plti; t, tii'l I :,! I l'v 'i- I
    i;;-fh'ii'ical l o- aret i d.i ,.l -
    ;.i' -tp itI rnl ;anO d l i- i:;ig and di'-trihutit i;. pow t l 1. .:
    1'c.. Ii -. it ally dezr.e,. to a i;i;iit
    '' !11 t. I' pl i -, lt
    i.: : :;i ;;! I t r e-Idy to -!.*. -t: ;i ly
    .,:'-it .iy p )-sibie ine 1'. ; ,
    ldeiiaitld ti- a clea;ip. a-i!y ii,-',' hi t!
    :td c lt;'-r lled pow, !. l;i; e : -i ... ;.
    '!'o :;t: int pt niythi ti'. i;' a t-,i:i ;-
    :.'l, cti rlTipt!. >i, ot i t plia.t :1 (li-
    :;,il. w ith it- it I inut ietabl- ;i 'i :, -
    f)' r %nt r -ili i ;,r i i i-ii- i'iI' -, :.i C--
    t;li ; r i:.. t, wi iiul. l- 1> l ilni ra tih' blf


    Ev-orybody needs a tonic t:-,se
    lazy spring days to drive away that
    tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tomi
    dos 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 tives one who is all
    run down a new lease on life and a
    healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
    Tonic has been tiied 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-
    ar per bottle. six bottles fr five dol-
    *r.i Tr it Tr it inmra e in P.on-,'..-


    SHIRT


    INo. -Our Repular t-0ic Line Cut to.................

    No. 2-Large Assortment of White and Percale Wi.---


    +)-GINGHAM BARGAINS :'.
    Scotch Zephyr Gingham. 25> kind, at..............
    THE ABOVE SALE FOR SATIRIDAY ANI> \I. ,
    AWp Net Ca.-h Priet's..'


    ioo Yards :w-inch Whit. 1....
    sheer, for..........
    '2tm Yards Shirting Print-


    CORRICT STYLES IN G lR e
    Flexibone Mloulded. f .' .
    price ........... .
    High-hiust Dr,.-s forimi
    4-Hook Shor: Cor- .:- f
    Try ()ur Arn: break .............
    A il t;:#- If,- ilinz ,'.: :


    GRAND MILLINERY OPENING Buggies! Buggies!


    A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats:

    At Cohli, Friedlman & Co's Big laclet Pretty Phaetons.
    Store. CA LOAD PRICES n ; E Crts,


    1 e )oe. to inform our lauy patroni-
    and all the ladies of Pensacola that
    we have transferred our millinery
    department down stairs in the rear
    of the dry goods department.
    Our Grand Millinery Opening,
    with unequalled variety in style and
    quality,. will take place THUR1-
    DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
    March 29. 30 and 31. You are cor-
    dially invited to attend.
    COHEN, FRIEDMJAN & Co.


    Photographic Artist,
    204'1 South Palafox St.
    ,a, -liilt ion (* uar;ntt e ld.


    :. ?cG~RAND~


    MARCH 28th AND 29th.


    MiKS. L, COIHENS


    CRAND

    SPRENJ OPPNNIC

    MILLINERY
    -AI -
    BOWERS & KRUSE'S
    Wedresday. M.*rch 28th.
    :n .l n!li A I1 l, ;. i :1 ,
    S: W .1;
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    :WELL,


    DRESSMAK I l,,

    No. 10 North Baylen Street.

    I ORT BARRANCAS, March :W),
    Ii'N. Mealed proposals. in trip-
    licate, will be received here until 11
    a. mn.. April 14th. 194), and then
    opene-d. for construction at Fort
    Pickens. Fla.. 1 Barrack. I Guard
    House and 1 Bak-ry. I'. S. reserve.
    the right to accept or rtjecj't any or
    all proposals o- any part thereof.
    Inforinition furni-hoed on applica-
    tion. Envelopes .lhiould be inarked:
    "Proposals for construction at Fo'rt
    Pie e- Fla. .1i irarr-a-ted T -


    Any and Every Style!


    BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

    First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
    ^' : 1Ve will Allow You Somiethin g for tiihat Old HJui-'
    Ain't but Fifty (Ce.nt-.



    jttiiliam olU T on & Non.


    JUST OPENED.



    le 0:tOvi tvi alurat ud Co Sil'i:1.


    *--Everything New and Clean.-


    MLLnThe M-t Attractivo in the Entire Ci'v". RZP:Iar M:!- -' -
    initl and Short Orders Serv ed:it all htinr-. Special WV.. kI .

    A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,



    14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


    J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
    --M.Li,.facturer and Dealers in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Ih4'a,.

    :. Repairing Attended to Promptly.
    1 E1AST (;AI{tDI)KN ST. : : : : I: N.\,-\ *


    S*LENTEN SPECIALTIES


    u-1 O A;II '.% Y F' I L A N 1l ifit

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    -C.I2iuN -iE\N


    ^~ti. i.. .\1 .M sii '>* l~'.l i, I \ r," i '. il
    . _

    .... "BU Y THE BEST


    I "j uISs


    Our REFRIGERATORS are uarant,-,d to'
    and take a lower te!n i ratture than ainy other on the in ai
    They have atn Ab-olut DRY A I It PROVISION Ci:."
    Warranted Absolutely i
    4- ,Our Ice Cream Freezer' -
    WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3': A r

    CWPrices no Higher than for Inf-rior makes. C
    plain them to you.


    tilliam |o1n11on & Soi.



    2--SPECIALS--2


    WAISTS!


    d ilorlirnu Iobno n & Son.


    Top Buggies.


    1MINT T T


    MINT TONIC MSS R. NE


    ECONOMY!


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    STHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. 5


    the southwest us far a Sabine Pagse, CHARTER IS APPLIED FOR.
    L OCAh NE IS N TESI -wriere they also have bu-ine^s con- --I- .
    ne-tion-. Step.. Take, to 1iaild New Railroad
    Mrs. Bowler and little baby S iralh. In Alabama.
    left to-day f,,r Montgomery to j >tl1 Ml\T .o.:,:i:V, Ali.. March -9.-Peti-
    r e rur'- a nd r~ Mr. Bowler. ti.,n for th.- in<. r', ,-rati,.in .f the- Chatta-
    ... ... :...,.rr,,. A special memorial service will bt h,,'hee Vallev railr "i"' ".- .......' t ith- 1 at Temple B,-th El this eVein- with th e- -re tarv of start'.
    hill. when Rabbi I. E. Vli.lt.l h.. :i,,n -v. that rh sulri.rs
    S. ,f ( a:r.--:,;w :n. wi!l pay a tribute of re--p't" to th-
    t-:-, a!,i;l nin-mory of the gr,.;t J.-wi-! divi.*. d-.ir. ii t,, firm t c.,rt, ,ration fir the
    R. v. I- aac Wis-4. who di-Id at (in- i.ur;i. of :;ai 4 \ ',.- f ,rewton): i- : eluati, March 'L'G. 'uildig :.ud >op rating a railreiad under
    Fire on the roof of 4r W t. ntnifi the Ci;atttahl .te Valle.v
    S! (. l.vyioft. Lu.i- ar- ire on the roof ,f 41> V"-t G(;'d- Railway co,,intny, th tininals iun Alu-
    S.. T : .i th. Morning. d t-den street. owned by Joe Winn. I banim to i,.- at soA)u point in ,or near IAu-
    S"l t F.-..>i.bt hi. led th e departmen-t out at 12:15 3ett nd in or n ar Phvnix. Tlt amount
    ,. :i'. ,: ,,f N-w York. a retired o'clock thil afternoon by an al rm i thotteit itil t,ock will I'nx. The atii-
    ,..-.,,i. I- t',I.pptngat the J-- from box 35,. The fire hadJ caught vided into. shares of $1K)e.'ach.
    from sparks and wa- quickly extin- The ,corporation is organized for the
    w, ( .i. ll.4f St. i,,i-. raii- tgul-led. Lo-- abh.ut $ ;.oo. covered purpi,.e ,o'f oonnet-ting with. acquiring
    t ,t. M cLta'n:ti- v.-terida by insurance. or conis,,lidating with a railrhial in (Geor-


    .,:,. Passengers coming oin :he 4:15
    1i ,ad- .. r J d ;if,4 ,0 train ye-terday afternoon repor-ed
    Si I are- gu-td wife of that a turpentine operator at Molino.
    -.. Iv .M:. are gue,--t at te ,named Moore. had shot and killed
    a necro named Griffin, employed by ,
    .ad Mr-. Starrett and E. Ma-- him, it being stated that the killing
    f New York, are regi-tered at wa- done in self defense. No de-
    I-, abittai. t.tls of the shooting were given.
    .... A. William of Meridia:i. The lritish steamship Wincheh-
    -- I- a:i .r tl..U-,I regt-i-'red at ter. from Savannah and Pensacola
    M,.,.i<'antt. for Yokohoma, has. been floated and
    S"itr arrived at Perim. She grounded
    .or wHife ofl Miitgoma ear Shleikeyd, Marchl 2., as before
    'r at i. -':nba y-- reported, and all efforts to float her,
    ~: i vli, have been utnavailing until thi4 latit
    : a:.d Mi- Heall of 'C.iicintati attempt. ihe is leaking very iitile.
    :*,,iti ye-toerday'- arrival- at and her rudder and propeller are not
    l--c.nibia. damaged perceptibly.
    .. tW da-i'!.:a .-l a;,i .La-. Owen-. a colored ho y i;n-
    .litlnued. whi- t0.-. ,ilice- court p|,, ved at tile Pittl mill-, waQ arrost"d
    :,1 m,l-aurr.iit:. t!ii- morning by Officer Win. I)'ws
    ,t I'.tkhi lt *c to, (' n a warrant sworn out by Ed. Colt -
    SI.a.tr' 'a. irl ". ie tn. charging him with a-,aultiL
    I l;.. .try ,it ,for ; lt .l,,n 11111i w ith a fen e- picket list ni2'it.
    x -trie l1-: ti !.t. ''le boy (aiiIi'd that lie diJ not
    ( I. \V l 'it.' i if l'in. |A;trr' 1n ar- strike him -, the' ca-e wa- ccr:tlln-
    S: .-t 4eld V ;aft'inilO, ul a iAl I!ed until t,-I:lorrOW moriI I:; -. tLat
    *-' t-I at tile M. r('l.illt-. aiire w it!' e- i,,ild ht)" obt.i.llid.
    1 I:lsi-'. -te..,i :-.ip; A rlina .. :. T'1 I.adi.-'Coifd .rate MIinoii il
    n ,.i'. I t 1 i t !. rhlt fro!,; t. :a--,-,iiiatn Iillet at H hotel E.-cam ') a
    S. a l'...L.t fl..- -'ow-.a-way-. \-.--T.-trl:iV atnd elect d i lottitler"- ;-
    S. iiw--: P1re-ident. Mrr. A. S. Mal-
    1: N' rwei..a.i !.ark .ol:Atide w-r a- lr v,-'' 1'r.--ideant. Mr-. WV. D.
    ,i ..t ,i I. ,ti t 'It.r :n" e y.- .te.rd.,y '( ;ley. --cretary, Mi-- 1artlia
    '. .t 0 o tie -ty t- load. -'' :,,- .-i:rer. M r-. l[.tur,: T'[ ,i ii-
    T: ,i. lfw itii v'---el- art, reported tin. A c.iiiim uittee a appointede d to
    Sto-,. I'l,,t-' a.,i- :- ielli ready c,onl'-r \'i1::, t!he Co('i fedet't ate \'etcl-
    ,* r s'a: Erne-to. Fri'.a and liu--. a reai' t l)Decora l iaon D.iy e x r-
    I ,e ti-ag -mack-s Carrie l. l'"
    "A'ele. aniid I. ,ttie. S. HaN-kilu- have The ',i-i .rivv I frrili the -iae ler .arl iak- with t liiuilnli t :';vei, la-t niiLI :t t'luit-
    ,,i-,.ai,;,,,.re(. ter% l; inu -i hall for thte t nietfit o Ihta,
    Sw i ;. Ma im ,teri r library iofpublic school .No. 1. wa-
    I dwI 'W. Man l f Ptr ia ri-' .i splendid ucceses. The excellent
    -. "ar 1. i' g l.- l e, program was rndered ias published.
    .. ar. aonte at excepting that a piano st4lo |by Mi.-
    "i, h:,,t- t,,-day. \'Willia wa- -ub-tituted for ti-e vocal
    N B Duratt. wh o ,ha:- for a iitim- soloby Mi-- (awthion. who wa- un- t
    f ov ye-ar been, a valued employ* able to a-pear. All o1f the peirform-
    l'i.nt't- mill-. I- *- f.r.. on, Itav u C(hiot',. Naini,' It.trr had !.the liton r of aI
    double encoree. III reci.ltizon of lher
    A. .. -#, t, e new--ilen--t- a-t the -- 1ik dl
    .intia are- HI. Hovis oif Millvil.. remarkabl.- elocu a twel..
    S.'I- )McDtiald oif Ne-w Or- The board of public -afety hel-d zan
    S:* :.1it H. If ('Cooli, d e ,: K:in-a- i adjourned ine-etilg at 3: o'clock yes-
    tv. tel-dav to complete it-, investigation l
    S. of the origin ot the lire which de-
    S.- rianeellor nana idr E u- c troved thoe reidence of Mr. JeT iS.
    Il : .or Ratlia h.k t lo t ll-ght r-.ol-t Hiowe+ll onil \'et governmentt street,
    P .o d .Hy fathbonie ltde, K.niKit t i aid after examining several addi-
    ytt.-. fr al|liiat&mpent by th, itinal wittie-eS. the entire matter
    A -.l <-i :ti.ellir :ai deputy Randd was ,on motion referred to the cthair-
    .i'l.-r ftir his lodge, inan with lull power to act. Mem-
    At a meetings of tlie Pentlsacola bers of the board pre-ent expre-se<
    a-t club. held la-t night, the colin- the belief that the matter should be
    t,. *I..ct a !.ite for a io.at brought to the attention of thecoutn-
    ,. w.- ilcrei-e1 tio eleven. The tI v solicitor, as the ch:iirmin stated
    Iin coiitell i lationll a it 'i n t lie knew of tnoo authority in thlie
    S .., ;: 1rce- f,' t:i; !uniul.nr. board to act beyond inive-tigatilon.
    *. l-' ,I lai:itn < ('o.'- new N'..rv..u% we;.kt' .r ialpi;';,,.
    l,.. i..".. tM r. irt-tt -of N e S- -1. tin-i-. u tiln ** rt.- li ie 0t nt i d i a','- t .iir,, rp .r ,if
    a it o !i t- t iu r l:ar .e rli-ow h -n i K-i alil we' tiirf. l rel e'
    :.,- ,' wI io k, t -'o. e i a le-
    ::. alliedd lti-lit' i :!.mid r. i- a til re tl.i:. t!e, -toin:ic'h. iiver
    \. i i.t mil;aii I,t- i hail i- :anal howel-, renti=.'\ t li, caili, oif
    ', ; ; i ,ew ly p t liit d ;llidi (t ,. .art yNliit,:i- :ntl build- up :i
    S:" iiiiid l.dl e t i.y for thel id vi. i- l- d'. Iold t \ v
    *' ;t,* plit 0:1t It w ill it. e ,i ',
    :. so' -; i, b -l iew hal i l I t t : .i.n 'i n lr r \-i ;; i* :. : tr;ve to o '.*


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    THE


    gia. running in ti nInlltrly (Idirection
    front WVe.-t Point.
    To Establtlh a (Gypsenm Plant.
    KN'XVII.LE. March 2i. Ageuts of
    Charlos E. J;,hnstoin of Pttsburg and
    W. 4'. Be-t of Bradfurd. England. are in
    the vi'initv of Glade Springs. Va., ex-
    amining vau.t dejoisits of gypsum. It is
    proposed to establish a uanunaith gyp-
    FWU plant at (ilade Springi s and utilize
    the product in the manufacture of kalso-
    muine, couilprn-sd building stoin-s. etc.
    The deal fr the' proilrty is nw lnud-

    Gold Froum C'ulmi.
    New YoRK. Mair'th *'2.--ThI. United
    Siat,+- tran-p-i rt Se-t\ ik. ( 'aptainu Hen-
    dril'k. iTrriv,. today Iroin litiv:a atind
    (,ilimra with 5il e'ahii Iis.-ring-rs andL i t
    d i--hIargd.l andi furl ught ir lditr.-.. civil-
    ian-i. .T.-. Tih- S-.dgwick Irinught early
    $1.o(KI.O! M in .-;-rica'i ;in a l; iiunt; :tii;;v
    i, i ('lil. i lr .hii ,- f. t ir :-lth(i 't.u i ni
    Par i- xni ."' i.
    Dieats Iul''Int Phal :$ue.
    (' ; ITr \ ii Yi i!:.- i i. ;i- he-re-
    ,,.1 ")',:* -,l v iu' ,:bT r ".' t" I,1 p l,:i..i<-.
    Ti,"- n -. r i : : ,7. Tlh -

    PIrofe'morP l'pper D)dl.
    L l.)SN, Marcnh 2t).- Pr, fs-r P,.p-
    p-r. thi.- iniv, nr f Ppi..r'- Ghost and
    oth,,r illusin-, L For Over Fifty Tearm.
    M.'. WiNSI.uiW' 14OOTTHINO 8YR1'P has6
    t.-.-n used for over fifty years by inaiitonb of
    tnotber' for their children while tohitbana.
    %wth p.-rfcct '.uvces. It soothesi the child
    s, fti -t'. t li llln'. allayR all patin,cureswind
    colitc, an iN the best rented for iuarrbrPa.
    It will relieve the poor little sufferers in-
    ni'-dintely. (.ild iby Isruwgists tie every
    part of the world. Twenty-flve c'ints a bot-
    tie. Be sure and ask for *Mrs. Window's
    S.,thilngi yrup." and take no other kind.
    Crexlw In Ironti..
    NFW YiiK. March 2'.- Whilh' the'
    trran-l irt Se.4,dgwik w-. at ( 'ithra March
    1.') the' 1f:j m.niito ii rs ii f tih' tran-'r p rt'.-
    (,r-.w r.fu.,-d to Thle'v we're plat-l in irons anld brought
    ti thli-'s p t for trial. Their. were' also.
    fi\ ge eii ral pri'oinr 1- on board fr tmi i a-

    |l *lta'e I)eIIm aiId.S on ('o'ren.
    Ij,,i).)x. 'Marchi "29.-The E'.*'tiug
    Nw- pulbhli'sh-s a dispatch friomi Ko )',
    Japan. under today's date. aniilioaluing
    that 1lu'.sia ha- demuanded leav', t) nland
    trop-i- ne:ar Maanphi,. C.rea. (Coirea.
    th, di.)l:th -ay want. ,uil-id inter-

    PIrlhuott I tesaigns.
    HW \l l, ,l\ Maiirchi 2'i.- -iPr. .s,,ir
    H,.I nrt S. 1t ri-tti'h it. "-iiU ritii' i'lnt if
    tir' ,:t; a nl g,-,,1,.ti, :urv .'v. tla r,
    ,ig in* d hI- !.:\-',' i : r'+'t* t thr pr ";"ele !''\
    ,,t Hti, .:a--:tuhu--tet > u I -tlfttt ,f T Le'-
    n :.* 1*' t i. ,t1 ,u.
    A MNltsiuer Devil Fisti
    I ..-' ;'yto u i:- victimn, i a typ> ,,!
    '.,i -thielt1-,n. 'l'h<- powe r t !,!
    'n :tl,'l r ,ti- uln ll' y i- felt ,on ,I r'; -


    Alt "-. .t u:.hF.IC 4jlit''I -el- .nI it laI nm e 1-- a id to.i
    I~ ~ ~ i i= a A II I t 't I I (11, i' -. j:1


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    FORCES


    We are pern'.3nrnt!y figures here, rot-
    w.thstzndin:3 All tetorta. to 'be cortriry,
    a id wse at--' niw isa. 11S. PF'bf-,x strt e'.
    J i I I, ni uPni 4L u&, C rzau
    :I S. I '.ta.!:1z.x S t I i


    STDRE.


    There's A Word or Two That's Spoken in Our
    White Goods Department.
    .--.,., ..-. .... .. .,rs .r..er- e .'.. .-, .'
    t. No 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard l[l
    a pieces for ......
    a, ,,'T t No. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard
    i l t p pieces fo r .. ................ .. .........
    No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard 7i
    2- "p iece s fo r .......... ............ ........
    ^-^,^^^;^^^^^^ A^^^ A-A-^A-AA ^ iAAJifAAA


    ,A7 ./ ainsoo. '. "0 inies ir ide. / 2-/ard /i,.r'e., t',*
    t 'i,'7l, ('anm l, i/ '. -.,' i ,.h/ S U'i, (/, (' r ."
    e Our SPF('1.4L I1 whitee India Lawns at
    SPier'es I'hile Ltaw n
    This is an Exceptional Good Value.


    1s2clardl.


    JUSTT RE CEIMED:@-
    S"Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yardl
    w ide. 5c value................................................................... ..... 2 c yard
    PIECE STAiDARD 3e-NCH PICAT....................................-10c yard
    ICEoSMAIIL ORDEItSn pliOMPTJ.Y AND CAREFUlLLY FILLED.- _



    W. J. & B. FORBE8.


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


    Soak the hands thoronhly,. on retiring.. il
    1a 110T lather of (' C'TTCt.L AP, thle iiti't
    effective skin purifying soap. as well as iurest
    and sweetest for toilet. ihath. and nursery.
    Iyv. anoint freely with ('rTn'iRA Ointment,
    the great skin cure and purest of enmollients.
    Wear old gloves during night. For sore hands,
    itching, bunntng palms and painful finer
    ends, this one niq t treatment is wonderful.
    M4 Ihronurhot the worMl. PoiTTi D. AND C. ClrI.,
    Prop.. a.ton. How to have Betifu Uadf."ree I.
    Killed by Thunderbolt.
    LAKE BLUFFtM. Fla., March 2i.-Mr.
    W. H. Freeman haa been found dead
    near the Tiger Bay phosphate plant. He
    was evidently killed by lightning, since
    his tboy was fomud at the Imbsetof a large
    pine. which was' struck )by lightning
    Sunday. Mr. Foreman leaves a wife
    and tive childreii.
    Army.v illeer Dlefanlts.
    SAN Fl"i\ i'SCO.',. Murch 2:*.-C'airain
    P.-trr (". I)Diiniiiiitia.-..titait ',min ii.:atry
    itf .nl..i.rt < it,' th U'lliotd Sliatt. V l-
    at,','r-, i l n'filr arre. t at .\l'trazia. It
    i- ; ,'.:'l. r !i" hii t.i' *tIrLr- t, tiht- war de-
    1't11 n .* :; in iio':t,' tf t+ -xi-t l'v. "f a t ll( 1 -
    "i z!, !* ; it

    P- ',i. Kv. Iar S,'h a,-rh .-T re
    (1 h r.: 1 ,' *' ..... ,f ;t:i:,!ll> x !ha ,v If l l.,. is-
    ii >\, i:l ti: :rt. -i: ;> trh ,'f N ,'w t -n.
    .A r a::r.'. ,' ,; i i-. 'n ,-..Ibblish .d. but
    lt-arI a .%i1. -." i til:.; ;a .rel at liiuin er
    . ihi' h v a len ,I .i 1 ti the tn, ll-

    .I;)aneei< M1ill .Men.
    S \i n i;S. S. ., Mar'lach 2.-ThrNee
    Untiv.i- of .iTlaln, distinguished mill in0n0
    in thdir ,,ni'.try, are i(n the city inspect-
    ing thli tIrt;ain mills. whivh they mi-
    inutly y ain*niu.(d.
    ll "Thereir In Nwsmall chance tory.
    NEw YOK. March "+i9.-Firt at New
    ,run-wick. N. .1.. last night did $100,-
    00X damage t, the Consolidated Prait
    Jar factor-; o00 hands r'e out of em-
    plynment.

    C'ldl Steel or Death.
    "There is but one small chance to
    save your life and that is through an
    operation," was the awful prospect
    set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime
    Ridge. Wis., by her doctor after
    vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
    ful caq of -stoinach trouble and yel-
    low jaundice. He didn't count on
    the marvelous power of Electric Bit-
    ters to cure Stomach and Liver
    troubles, but she heard of it, took
    seven bottles, was wholly .'ured,
    avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs
    more and feels better than ever. it'-
    positively guaranteed to cure Stilni-
    acih, Liver and Kid, 'y troblbes antI
    never di-appoints. IPrice 41.' :at V.
    A. I)'Alevmbt!rt'-. dui tiore..


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    (',,lit,.ctii" ry in 1 1. 211 ;a l ;., r,,il,
    l nx -. T ly' tt, ln. A ll t, .I -* li

    (H\V N 111.1..
    I'. ',ii'- -u!T'i i ni' frii kidir in, i -
    ,:4-f,>. lie, l ", L'ra lual tut -ti'ady ie>-~

    t i' i:, tryi,.:. F l.-v's K art- .' -
    It i- a"wtr:iiitt. .'1. \V. .A I)'A. ln-
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    '.'oitl. l!:l:~- h ol tf+ -. I (I- i l ;ll,'. T
    X\ l' l t Ill t' I t! Ii t ;* I I* -

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    a r 'ib i e t ;t :, i: ': l ''- a t't t ;i '
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    CASTOR IA
    The Kin You Have Always !ought

    S. c r t t
    uaratee all t three of thee prepara- t t I
    ,oney ta1:1;ny oe who ues'te

    withoutt bei beef it ed. Price






    lWe, ihavemoved.tollrSii Palafox street. "
    WewoIld lkefor yrl I I' c l. WV wll".
    CASTORIA
    Fl r Inauts and Children.
    The Kind You Haye Alwaewill Bugh
    Bears tne
    Signature of

    yoannah Bros', are agents for e-
    Wees' Cough Cure, Diarrhea Rein
    edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
    auarautee all three of thece prepara-
    tions and will cheerfully refund the
    money to any one who ti-es them
    without being benefited. Price 25
    vents each.
    We hwa moved to II l- Pallfox street.
    Wo would like for yru 1) call. W3 will
    IIll you i-truilmenta on terms We will
    exolmngq pia you moa/ an piano or organ.
    Jewl FreMcl Fian & Cr.a Co.
    11 S. Palafox Street.


    SNEW ARRIVALS! -

    L UR first announcement of New Artivals of Spring

    Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
    city of well known brands. Among them the famous
    " frl'if/I) i///.,*w/

    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 arc cheaper than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI:. i. CiiAP A,\

    T :R.Iii- INC .I ASl- TI: U L B SINE.SS.


    Arrivals. LlS AND [MBRIBDiR18! Arrivals

    Our Centre Table-e- .;roaii.ing beneath a iroodly share of t!:,. Newe-t
    l'hiner in Laces and Embroideries.
    Swi-s Edging and In:iertion. Hamburg Edging and Insertion,
    Valencia Lace and Insertions.
    Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion.
    German Torehlin Edging, Aplique Lace and Insertion.
    Point do Spr'et. Oriental and Plat Val. l.acee.
    ,to.) ietminants Hamburg Edging, six yard length', worth 75.,-. to ,4o at )0c.



    Sweeping Sale of Muslin Unerw ail'! *

    One Lot Child's Drawer". hleinmed and tucked, ;iz'- I and 2, at... 10e pair
    Sizes 3, 4, 5 an'd 6i, on!y.................. ....................... 15c pair
    O)e ILot Chihl'- Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
    On)e Lot CUhild'%- Trinimed Gowns at Cost Mark.
    )ne Lot Ct'ild'i Trimmed Skirts at Co't Mark.
    One Lot Mi rer' Trimmed owns at Cost M.lik.
    One Lot Ladies' Trinmmnd ('Cemise, worth 3:3c for....................20c each
    One Lot Ladies' Trinme:l-d Cambric C'hemise, worth 75c for.......453c each
    '~z ne Lot Odds and Endskt
    In Ladies' Skirts a'id Gowns to Close Out at C('ost Mark Price.


    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
    --,)F TlE--

    Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
    D A V ID E D R E H I, i-',UNM,.A ,.,,,'--t .r .PE ofL A, FLA. -


    LEWIS BE AR & CO., Sole .Agents.
    .A %as -D xon.
    Old QuaKer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
    ::-)-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.- @


    Furniture at all Prices.
    e:T" ll i iinin. '! 1:1 f-
    I, I l (.l i Il l t : Il I -: av ) -
    i 1 1 '. r i -I 11 -, k ia i i i "-*i -. I, i i
    A it ,I t' i ':i ii- tir-i \ i : !)i t- i .l ,)oIfa i il- .
    , lt l'I, l;teI-ll ,'F:il t cl lew. "ire..
    ';lll a1 ,- X;alblllliie t l|,e|| itr (P Ni.
    k'ryot's l;.rriai F'uirzitlie Hotill-u.
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    1GIULAR


    T~'%' HIit, lt ilt 4


    CP-111g ifen s cl.k Fi.t;a d wa!tf
    i- oneo of our -po-czasltio-. Star Laun-
    (Irv.


    DIIIBn


    2s Cents


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    Nick Apostle's Restaurant. GEO. A. PETERSON,


    Bi*gininag n.-xt if attuir.liv I I l ti v.I a
    He--ul.r lDin i.r. ro it .. t> I:>'O '('ac
    <1' y. at :!. cenrit'.
    -!iort Orders romp y ,\ id ill Ho ir,
    o' Day .r N1, t.
    Fish and Oyste ; in All Styles.
    ? ick Apostle.


    B3eyzljos 4ad Biejele Soadirles.
    Age- at for Ramli,tor.ilic-i---and antI Racc'.
    riit've-*. mix Year- .-xjwrlo-nc" in RO.-
    M i i g of iilc3c e-.. sr ft-t egiistogra
    F I uok in n h.-'I tie to
    12 'Weft Romana Street.


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    S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1900.


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    IRICKLY ASH BITTER$
    CLEANSES THE ULIVER AND BOWELS
    &A IT1oA Tn STT O T PmvxAnc W u


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    3E X W L3L3Et* 3M. r-2oolml 9i.i~a~


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    ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT


    Senators Who Fear They May
    Not Be Returned.

    STIFF FIGHTS CONFRONT SEVERAL

    *Re-pblEraim Expect to Break Even,
    Aiteomlrh Poslbl Losses Are (Com-
    eeded Inm Fre States-Thre lVa-
    raml iEr to Iill.
    WA-IiI\.1>-I). March i .- Special.1--
    Th-re re a nI '-'r of senators in the
    auxioll- so- ;t. "I .y are looIkinIg 1lito,
    tli, trout* ll.-il pin.tical \;it ')rs to .-. if
    thbe pI.-'1-ts oif tIleir return t.i thel
    I- t, :!lt i- tThe.I!i,-'. T ie i-i-.ati- is ar
    i.a gellgt o Si lta i th I t ri--'lls of inUe--liri'd
    , xp.r,** ,# ) y tw, 0 e,.ars. This. 114dert"
    tLh *'oiiiti tisor. I to m iak tli sen-i't
    : ,.Iitmiu s l. ,'!y. *- tI' ird >f' t!.
    M 1 "j1!0' Is jll'.t :;"0 lo ,.lr l ::'H ;lll| ;{0 s,,I;-
    ;:it r' \ :;11 I,, wurnz iln o l tl,.' -4t l:t4 1
    ,f nI,\t M\ ir,.h. \\wir-; a pr,'-iinlt i- .1n
    :; ug uiir:il.'<' 1l, t 0if ill," :*.** u t. -*** ;r:: .
    x iir.-' .1n tIli :.- of I i'-\t % :sr-'1 'i ill
    I'. rt e *. 1. *'t 1. i, iany if thII !I \ it littl.-
    'r IJ ,ip ,sition. liut fo,,r thI 'l"r t!he
    lath 1 ll,,t ;- M-/, .ti2 S1I:|. 1|:1V
    (ronttts within tlhi-ur i'.n Iarty :u:rl
    6tl4h-r< will hla '-e 'oliTe-t to ca41ryV t
    l.-g-latur,-s fior tli-,ir pirty at ;l;e (r; -
    Ing fall elections.
    These Are Safe.
    Of the .~t to I-' -I-c-ted si:lno 1are l i
    r#-ady saf-e lx Senator Ilackhiurt
    Iha lie-n elet-4tl to su'cete Seniatior
    i.inday in Kentucky. The Vircinia
    legislatiure has already Istwn chosen to
    re u-I.-,t Senator Martin. (;eoria Is
    sure to ro-turn Senator Ba-on without
    oplpoltion. (Other Demnocrats who are
    almost sure to itw- elected are -erry of
    Arkanmas and Tllmnan of South Caro-
    lina. Senator lherry had some- opposi-
    tion. I'it it lihas dsappi-ared. Among
    the. IelpulilhIans w ho ar cuititldortd as
    hal-ing a sure ele-ctiont i. proslt'ot. lw-
    -jd-d. S'-iati>"r 4;e-ar of own. alreadyly
    -I.|-l-tl. are- I'rye oelf uMaine. Hoar of
    Masach-iso-tts. 1M1.1Millan of 1Michig::a.
    Nelteon of MinntleSota. Sew'e'll of New
    .l<-r-s' aind \Weinwro.n <.f Ithioide Isla:nl.
    :' l.r as kiouwvu 11), oppitosition hlas
    t..--u elp,-Is ,d lu to a.ny of thIe-., senal-
    .:i, 1 1t! -y S44 Ill Ito a1f-l f
    S otli in III h u'eit l'\\ : uI'ty. i ut I e. ;nls
    it i t,:< 1 : .- < - 'i, ]" ** I m l<-pu li, :r: le;gislat 'ires. 4 I-,
    I;e|'-tbli 1401 : :i r:i-lilate for roe ulii .<, '-I ':l'.<:4 !1. .i- T: tlle leo:.-' thle lI-ss


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    tli 11ivO!q 1 114 ?,..4 -::-. Sos the contest 'w.AI
    Irto : Ia'-r i t.Ii.- 1:k: a'. rtu-r. heiupar-

    tIXl UtalfltIi" U:o ilhal aIll. las-4to-fihI
    uu:4.;r tile li"lo-lutile l lilo.Ii -r-olica(ll 4-oI

    hull 'Iiillhis palauit. (4mill-alks )Iloppost
    t to1;t u% I -rato I :Iit ,rua tsilnl M N-W-it Itid-by
    t Sa.'w:tou01, 4 %1 l.N'i I. %Aiili t.i-preseutrod
    4isg u ila I ill vtll-ttii iialy y'ears a go.
    Tlu l i-a. .4 u-1Sella 41or 4 'hlatidltr of
    %% '..Il:miji7-w4i, i-4 5swiiueu.-iatimIN-i-lilar.
    Ii.- hell-. rae-ha1 I a -:t)Iio~atief-in re il-et--
    :1 S It I--ii.Ilhi- v. ill numilnunike a
    411t. 4.' ifl I1 14 iS1. 41441 uI l ehl~ef. ill
    %-hiI..' litP440H14' 11flitiVi- lIMilitu-i311i1a1.1y
    .at iithu li-gatcol~itt ri-. There- are 1Itotmn-
    .s-t'3, mI ii hm 31. I-til tl ha'. an easy t ime.
    cojili.-ii of -l-a I yIv te-nie-
    scnta: i- M144il. s- aiii l uarli-'.-ofjTell
    "top- 4 tperm- iMc'Millin. andl Se--
    writew.e irit iof Aluitania toy G4 or.inotr
    I luihI wotu in It lhas hi1-en go-nI-rutllv 4on
    Cikultat % .-:nat..r I 'afft-ry uoff Aiulisi-
    .8duswmlNifl.l41. 414,04 i. 0-califi lim114o if

    pa wi I -1 1,1:1 '. 1*i'u, 1.t lo Ni-I


    nil. Pennsylvania will have a s'na-i
    torial election even if Qulay should lhe
    sented. as hi.s appointment would hold
    only tiatil a sie-u4-sswor is lehteod by
    thie l-vis!atutire. Thli- same is true of
    'tnh. where, there is now a va,-ancy.
    Tli e republicans )elievei that they
    will break about even in the (coming
    elections. They only concede possible
    losses in Ne-lraska. Kansas. Colorado.
    Montana and14 I.l0ah. They exilpect to)
    gain two inD Ielaware. (oil iin Piinnsyl
    vani aind oitel in South I al:aoti., It
    all the silver states they think IthI
    changes are fa'.ir. ald tlie pirs.n,.l pi'p-
    ularity of the sittiiln senators is ex-
    pieted, to carry 'zreat weight. Th(
    I )eiuocrat silver menlin and P'opuli-st
    CexI4'-t li t wi: inl all the- so tcall'i J(oubtful! -Ilttcs. west. .A\:1 t \V. lit.1N.

    THE ROYAL BOX.
    Eroiprr Wi':inm if C rnminy i.as ask-
    ed h li' i !.2. h:>i% hbi- salary ill-
    y. :u:ly mn cn i .' .'i.4l ,II.'2"s.
    "].l*. Er;l-a ,l I l:',. .if i.ul lliburg wil lie
    S.; i:l J li; .. \ t L.4. i- a- Ikeei- a :,l :,'4tive.
    a spilort.'-ii:111 :1a an::y to Ie, f(,. iun in his
    litti., nI,,u.try. li has : st:a diug ;arm:-y
    of :;;2.' men.
    i ihI l the P' irci, of \ois es les to
    his ii.,tlicr. his r>yaIl hihnlli'-s always
    rn.- The I ulke of York lie iuvarial,!yv refers to
    a- "'My s-on. the l0uke of Y,'rk."
    Quee-n Victoria hans tive nm:ids to, ansi-t4
    at her t-ilct -nnimely. thri-e dre-.-ers awl
    two vLar i;',bli m ai'n-. The seni-r, who
    has tlien mauy y(ars with her majesty.
    is especially charge with the task of
    conveying orders to different tradesmen.
    I The shah of Persia, on his way to the
    , Paris exposition, will visit The Hlague,
    nil event to which the young queen looks
    forward with no little apprehension., hav-
    ing heard much of the varied experiences
    of other sovereigns on the occasion of
    the visits of the late shah.


    KANSAS CITY.
    The wife of the Kansas City hotel man
    wil! spend the summer in Paris and the
    Riviera after the Democratic convention
    is over.--Minneapolis Journal.
    I People wh don't like the terms and nc-
    coninmdlations of the Kansas City hotels
    during the -oinventiona season can stop at
    thbe packing houses.-Milwaukee Sentinel.
    The main: pnurlose iof seeming this -.>ou-
    : v.nti ,n i- to aildvertis, Kansas City. We
    nimuit holxi-e the crwdis well and f,.,-l
    themin w,.ll. Andl. In t important of all,
    we nim.st nl-t iub thecn.-Kanias City
    J"uiiiml.
    i .\nther rea-,ini for huldinc the Denmo-
    S(ratiol national c,4Anventiuin in lKansas City
    i was tO give the dehlgatsit aun visi.ltors a
    < halintv t,i soe the only towt'i in the uni-
    verse where the peI-ophl' g. down stairs to)
    take the cars on an elevated street rail-
    way.--Kan-as 'City Star.

    A. R. Do Fluent, editor of tht,
    .o ,,ri-n'l,. Doyl-stowii. (}hio. i offered
    for a nunmbtr of year, iron rho-uma-
    ti-in in 1'iia riiht Thoulder and side.
    He says: "'My right ,nrm at times
    was entirely n-el---. I ti ied Chamn-
    b-!;n'. '- tPainI Bt li atiid wa- stir-
    ;,ri-ed to rec-ive- r lioef :;tir'o;t in tnne-
    di.ately. Ti-e Pain H Ilin lhas been a
    constant coiiipaiIm ot f minite enver
    -in'-. and it rver fails." For -a-ie
    liv Hannah Bri-.. 21 Soijth IPal,,fox
    -treet.

    DURHAM Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alemberte sells
    them.
    Medical fiocwOy. Attemtlon.
    There will be a regular meeting of
    the Pensaccla Medical Society at
    the' Board of Health office at 8
    o'clock p.m.Tautaay. April 10 and 24.
    Visiting physicians are cordially
    invited to attend.
    D. W. McMiLLAu M. D.,
    President
    E. F. Bxucn, M. D.,
    Heeretary. S6mt


    BARGAINS


    -IN--


    IQeal


    Esta te.


    it, bopov Ir I f :I It. I i .-# Io off, vIb io n- u p-re- 4.of Ilnurelnnv-riI-
    lustutiii-t e of \ ,t4 usll-zi ii n ill w. 2~~ ill iuY -l aic'r'-ski-m d~1ung cit!
    il MIN-60 I-~il .4414rrmtho e aIc-Iti .111$2 0 I lult-..
    i ll h Y f-i r I oi- l '-"l boek
    4-&L.. -,14aj .&A \i-i c. 4 'fSlowI I? I I will II$3000fuld a ii it 'evlt-i rilulial ltLdu't
    I 1 i i s-1:- i'f Il~sl$- ul'-t!Wgts i-h.: This iruiperr3- is in N-'.I2
    '~t .!f-. :.- ; t't t l~I'i111'h' vI IIuili 7-7-0 7 ae,- t-. I-d -v-n MHu
    projiertv hut- t '%% ,tt-r front wi- I ho- hav: alsu

    '~ cIn -tre--I ar ltu. 11. uL :- z'i.Iin-, utid all in(id
    '.4 :1. :u I '' t --h- ~ 4.rlOn c nuiiiincvl -
    1 i:: ';I he -,-241 i-'- in'..h:- f ,o t r

    T til-. ::.-v \-;-- !tee f t-nnw'i hu-ui --, -urp )-.i

    er'. ix' I : '-'1i-id : )teuir on1.e\I-
    *~~~ ~ -, t.- :-' of~b' 'au)Il t,- t .illa utedeilz -r--d-r
    $8000t-:...'a-' 1l
    ~flfl( .f~ ~ll ti .4-r--i- -r-y!U,4I%% :uo
    '' ix- a I!oxI and 'I i- 4ras~it iuc iii! -t q


    ''a~I la. ui it. -) W will ll:% inH. wrlur- fri Stii
    in hi-Iruitih. vt.t titr lies-r
    '-1 u it tt mus:tut e- n f in -eve-rut
    '. -~r ail hre _rs-1 cre dizs witi. h-jt
    4~~~ 114-t Nlt~a I-otr Ctlll%4ert ill*..;,. $IIll0l00010
    11tnt willEMst Side of Plaza.
    Ii 1a-lte1.j Ix~v le-


    ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
    A rich. sandy loam that Is well drain-
    ed is -me of the best for potatoes.
    In selecting trees or plants it Is al-
    wa:ys best to select young, healthy
    OI 'S.
    It is; a ;:gd plan to pinnt a tree of
    snt1-e kind in ever-y corner or waste
    place.


    ()ne serious olji-cion to mulching
    year after year is tlat it has a tenden-
    cy to Iirin;: th- roots near the surface.
    I:n T.: spring es;p,-cially there is no
    econ i:!iy in seitt.g ,'it trees or plants
    w ien the soil cauunnot be worked into a
    good tilth.
    Sprinkle a good dressing of copperas
    under the grapevines as a remedy for
    miladcw. It will at least help a nd pre-
    vent it it d'cs not entirely cure it.
    In all pruning c-are shou hl be taken
    *o tir;a:in eoery tree to shade its own
    trun':!-. Let th.ri. le sylniiietry anll
    ia.i:fo':i:aty in tlhe growth of the limbs.
    S't ron g soapsiiuds applied with a
    b'rop.iwn or white'.ash bru:sh is one of
    thle liest was.-II-s for f'ulit trees nd if
    prop 1':ly 1 pplie0l will aid miat.rlally In
    destrovying lice.


    Itulee for Lent.


    KIDNEY DISEASES VIDAL & SMITH.

    ar the fatal of all dis-


    IS KIDNEY CURE Is
    SInarmitts 6i a Rrsiei I


    or money rdunded Contains
    r imedis recognized by emi-
    nent physicians as the best for
    Kidney and Bladder troubles.
    PRICE 50c.and$.00.
    W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.

    A (Caret;i I nband.
    Friend a brilliantly l:;ti should think you'd he .jealous of her
    Host (conftidtenially To toll the
    truth. Simipkins. I ami. I never invite
    anybody there that ;!ny sane woman
    would take a f'n!ry to.-New York
    Week!y.
    The (ClIIng or Hinm.
    "Why do yo think he would make
    a great collh'e )reslile t':"


    All the faithful who have com- "lHe l:i; such a co,;axring way and is
    pleted their twenty-first year ali n.evr :.fraid to alpprtiach anybody.
    who have not begun their sixtieth ,-4hy. I I,,li..v-. ':,. evenel hav\O the
    year, and whoare not exempted fr.I m rv to t : I Sn with a
    the obligation of fasting by sickness, nse .-ri ti .l i t- ... ;I ago T i es-
    hard work or other well known r- erald. -
    sons, are obliged to fast on all the JItiald.
    days of Lent, except Sundays-.
    On those days but one full meal i- Furniture on Credit
    allowed, which should not be taken M be, tif .- I i i r
    befo Mot b antiful lie of .-\i\ boards
    before nooni.
    Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea o-ver shown in the city. Woad,',-bes,
    or thin chocolate. and a smtll piece with gl t-- doors of o v-ery d- -cr ip-
    of bread or a cracker, to be taken i union, frotn the 'ht-apest to th.- fin- t.
    the .n..rning; and in the evening, a Roll-top secretary cu-e, ,-I- -l n ly
    collation. not exceeding the fourth flllie(t, t. title lile of ehi ,,l .l .t.
    part of an ordinary meal, is allowed, and everything cI,,ntainld it) a first-
    At this collation, butter, ch-ese, class furniture storeat t. .M. Pryor's
    milk, eggs and all kinds of fruit. Bargain Furniture Hou-e.
    fish and vegetables are allowed.
    When the principal meal cannot At C. V Thompson',n.
    without grave inconvenience be Crune's Ladies' Note Paper, and
    taken at noon, it is permissible to Enve-lopes to match.
    take the collation in the morning Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
    and the dinner in the evening. Hurd's Parchment.
    Abstinence from the use of flesh Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
    is enjoined on all the Wednesdays Linen Tablets.
    and Fridaysof Lent and on the Hat- Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
    urday of Ember Week and on Holy English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
    Saturday. Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with
    The ule of lard is allowed in cook- a general assortment of stationery.
    ing. C. V. THO MPSON,
    Fish and flesh are not allowed at No. 30 South Palafox Street.
    the same meal, even on Sundays.


    EgKs, cheese, milk and butter may
    be used every day. but abstinence
    from all of these is recommended on
    Good Friday.
    Persons exempted from the obli-
    gation of fasting are not bound by.
    the restriction of using meat but
    once a day on the days in which the
    use of meat is permitted by dispen-
    sation.
    Children over seven year- of age
    are bound by the law of abstinence.
    unless excused by sickness or other
    causes.
    The paschal time, in which all
    Catholics who have come to the
    years of discretion are bound to re-
    ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
    tends from the first Sunday of Lent
    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
    -ee that the children comply with
    this duty.
    The holy ei-,,ni of Lent is a time
    of pir.ayer, uf sorrow for .-in. of -eclu-
    -ioin from the world ;aid it-, amiu-e-
    in-tit-, anid of gi-lierois alitn-givin4g
    By a -p-cial indult granted to th I
    bi-hops of the U'nited (States for *en
    years. d:ttiihg from MMar2h -13 1S, 5
    working, people, who cannot ea-ily
    obl)erve thp. collinlliti law of the
    church, are dispensed from the ob-
    ligation of abstinence on all days of
    the year exc-pt Fridays. A-lh
    Wedne-day, Holy Week and Christ-
    mas Eve. This dispensation does
    not exempt from the additional ob
    ligation of fasting, where such ex-
    istt", nor does- it authorize the use of
    flor and tle-h at the same meal. It
    includes, however, not only t-he indi-
    vidual workmen in whose favor it i-
    sranted, but all the members of their
    families as well. In return it is ex-
    pected that tho*e who avail them-
    selve.- of this indult will endeavor to
    enter into the spirit of the holy sea-
    ,on of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
    tification. penance and almsgivinit. A
    most praiseworthy custom is that (if
    abstaining during Lent from stimu-
    lants, in honor of the sacred thirstof
    our divine Savior.
    Those who entertain, any reasowni-
    ble doubt about their obligation to)
    fast or abstain, ought to apply tr,
    their pastor or confessor for advice,
    EDWARD P. ALLEN.
    Bishop of Mobile.
    Mobile, Ala., Febtuary 16, i1 0).



    GRIND [Ei ER Bill!
    To be (;iven Hy
    HOPE LODGE. No 2571. K. of H.,
    S.i( I -'ellows Hall. Wal rr, ,'ing n.
    Monday, April 16, 1900.

    rTic.ket- 7, cents. L.adies Fret-. Fre
    Tratn-portation on ,Dummy.



    DRINK LION BEER!


    Endorsed by all Phyvsician- as th'-
    olly Beer ab-oluttely ree frnimn adul-
    t e c1"AtioiW .
    Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
    PENSACOLA.
    Try It. On Tap atll Sall o s.


    Buy your wife one of
    handsome parlor
    Crom .Marston Fine





    1. IG GENKEII


    HO


    yla[I

    LiM bB*


    those
    suites


    A


    ~1


    Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA:,-; :.: a
    0--other Bigh-Grade Whiskies. (^
    PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


    DUNN'S


    A

    1.41 -


    HOTEL


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
    OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN 1-E.\-,,
    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.Ui per Day. LODGING:
    515 and s510 nouth Palar. street. Pen.a ala,. Florla 25 and 60c


    ,JOHN PUJRDY,-

    Foundry l Machine Shops,
    CENTRAL WHARP, COR. JEFFER-ON AND PINE TV I-.


    h. Telephone 346. -:- Pensacola. Fla.

    nATTERvS%. c.1 Car Wheel-, Wood and Irowi Iull -i-. Hanzrr-. vx--. l-. *:
    ( I factured to Order in Fir-st-Cla-, Workmnanlike Maniier : i H .-
    ble Rate,.
    Dealer in Maohinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.


    i'.('. liRL;NT.


    '3.t N Lu FS'.
    .c-Pu :eri- Iit.


    W K. I -I ..lit..
    ;iti :.1r.


    .1 "I -
    A\--:* .-


    First national Ball


    (w PENSACOLA. FLA.


    DMI 3 IC- B 0RET,


    All High Cut Shoes in IA I .
    Men's, Ladies', Misses'


    Children's at reduced
    prices ...



    A Special Sacrife!

    350 Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
    Heel Button and Lace Shoes


    for only


    $1.25.


    ItFOULAR PRICE $2.00.


    Gentlemeo,

    -S Don't Miss It!
    A SHORT TIME:


    THE ONLY TIME.
    AND CASH TIME.


    Mei '-. (Gitiine ('alf Tun Lace Hand
    .o-wed Welt for oi)l!


    $2.50.

    11 LI- LAR PRICE $.;5V..


    I),' : i.,i,- Ti'm- a:d :'r About
    t'ri( i W'-- S:;Nl L ,-II a', the Low-
    S-t iP' :- S.," Houlse i'l t e City.
    T YRur 'or alio- aNnd


    TRUNKS,


    /. GUGENHEIM.


    Cl'We draw our own RIllW of Exchanre in ()r-at ri;tan Ir-.
    Germany., France. Auatria, Italy. Holland. pain Hialiium. Ko-a- '
    way. Sweden. Denmar&' and other European conittreew
    &W"lVeaels Disbursed upon the Most Pannrable T"r s- *i. ':. '
    Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dotsknation Ten or **t.-* i a*-
    after Vessel Arrives there.

    WI'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
    with whio0b we have a Privat. Amartment fore th. P*
    of 10ttrwv


    Cold Weather
    Coming.
    orders and l-t aI n i r r '
    cold snap arrive*. W"e *i -n..' '
    bht eLoal you can procure for '' -
    or beating purposes at resMiiaris- -

    T Momps0o, Olseq 0 '
    Sealve-ru in

    Coal and Wocd.
    omflce and Vardn; :. ,r ..-
    and iailroade tr-..-i.


    Telephone No. 147.


    THE ORIGTr&L--* Af


    ST. LO051


    A. B. C.


    BEER. U*

    V. J. VIDAh, Sale Wh lesI er.

    ALSO WIgs[IE. BRI IS IIIi. IIPO.TEDi -
    Panl J3cs ani EcPi Sprinzs tlibrat
    TRY I BOTTLE OF CELIRT TOI
    PHONE 154. : : : ; P. '*
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE I sL;JIiE0
    Free Delivery to Any Part nof tb
    WlAII order left at Tbhe Offleoe, Vidal
    a~tmtead to.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900.


    Doctors-Say;,
    :inucand I ntermittenlt Fevcrs
    -:, v'I in minasmnatic h-
    '~ ,1ird mpan-
    ,r,1'4flY~tOf the
    -~~~~ an, I(Xui
    The Secret Of Health.

    ji.(hani-1riof


    Irutt'SI
    Cure all Li


    WILL WAIVE HER RIGHTS. WACA~i
    CATARRH
    I rai.-Iv 'poe No 0bif,-~t ion to S'ale aa
    r. f-re: ticc tuta
    '2 1 .. .* '.. I'rvnvet14 g%. i r.rein -il%. or
    A .~2 '*U will c-ure
    ,>.. X I.~.:'CATARRH

    *. t 1 3 B ,'. .

    i V : '- ~ :. I D !l-n- it t oiC.. I lpt.ns and
    P-rot.-ctv, 1h. to.1.1. nirat v. Rettores the
    x:: 'ir Z" ~,- f ]a.?. alld b"im.l. N40 Mprr'u-
    rv .N o ir,'drug. Henirs1.uv' i'e v.:
    roeA tarren Stre--t. Nvw York.


    Liver Pills :, 'r'- ): .4 jIi
    i~er*rUu~~ -'*:7ii..lid r-re' t it For Clac- Ihirc!~ihltcr (f thC C1iIU1MA~
    Id *: rv:t'iIy ita'it'fl'rli 011kbv dh Cal.
    '4' rr' ''1th, ::xI Fiemyitariff a Idit ra4,. ea.eltOiui.Cl.
    C '.* : .t i I~ .. :.*~ c El'4 ~ : w'ill cme t (t -.011inf. r tile plirlx.,v of
    I.. -,V ali'sciw,*.-* in favor miaki u .t "' n 4i- 'Ithe t' r. i. li
    4 u *~ t:! ~ ZI*~' '-i I..' *.,.tx-jd. w- ) .e't.ell f r1.ln 'U: .! ilk !-tatlo~li will be.
    1. .L. *I ~ **~ I~''.: til~te x.'land 'e4telkl ft. "m ,tithess" 4)f Uxxi.,x
    j. ~ ~ 1': r iant r 4.n ti--.' *c --f tilt- G' 4.' 'f raiU 'l-
    .~' -\ A e'r~ r3 I is % t. i~~lt x- i rs-,' n c p. I ht,, India in' IS% ~
    1~ *~... ~1.-:'.-'"The afterzioou in'al ...t-cinr.l4 h..gn i.whiichhatieq




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    1. W. All cPaid.


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    ri,.C-0.-A6iISr.oi,..0... MAL
    f.'.. Y.. ir-.. Burs the The Kind You fHave AlayS Bougi
    :t 102 41 8tt

    I. .M.;'Ii2' A, LEI(lSLATIVE., CANDIDIATES5
    41 1 *' .~II I, .,~1*--?161 -1AntilIDelegate.. too the V'iiun'y ((inven
    i, rail.. h. a- i''.-J lwt i t~ieLv,.1d lioin at Ptim-elion, April 11 .
    I 17"ING1UMOR F1-low lug are the anc d ld:i tes for
    i-: ~ f;HN(;HIMILS thoe legi-lature and ti~e li.st of dele-
    l'i riiptle' V1-4,41'toyIt .It H t.-Itimtle I gatp-4 to)the Comity (demfocratic coml-
    IFro-s- toon SIftt'rers v#etition at Powelton, April 14, en.


    -. '': ~.1 1eh:11(1 ti1E'crattic clubit)
    ..vwiafe-i-I a-I.Aiaiiid t., Uo- 'een i cin or the Legislature.
    M I a ii '' i~e ii a ~d e~lo~for 4.1'C. Morenlo Jones.
    -:imD.)-v~t ad Salp~ foin in H. C. Clopton.
    a' -t ih- Skin. li.ii or Sc~eil? If ve yo~'u I)~egate-% to County Conv-ention.
    i. IA7i~ im'iia t %lr(,Skin? Pracked, Prec'inct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
    PIl~i-h ,Im i t Pi' IoiiIt. .A. ('ri-lille. XWni. Carnii-
    Jitet-? I-ailiva '
    W. ~~' i,' ll i-ta*D. -wt.*' 'Skin Pa#-* Pr cint't 1;-J -. 1 L. J Qt(Ji'u. \r-
    ir ~ ~.r'- 1< li~S,.-. a thtir Johitim,ii J. C. Avery', J. W'hit-
    r 10,- i H l a g 1J -. ,S opi y

    ** C ** '4"'i!.t t l P reci nctiaiii. i. ww; ite"-.n hlJ. -E.
    VC '. B ar, .L. I mo e liiI.G fsl

    I '1%," v 1'n ,hae'li. 11 lcool- gars at D'Alemberte's.

    .:=a!,- I, lrvit-; GRNDdXCUSIO
    w I t'I




    To 'Nfsuvilc~ otitg' 'iniey and fir-
    P 1. 1,1,v'Iso ii' 1t, ;i'i
    lea & Perri s' ~1.:;1,111;, Ii), o:It 111::8o4111'
    Lea-Pcrr-ns t.:Till. F ire fo'r
    i ii tii): Pvn-zxae,''. to Meint-
    $:1i. ~ .7,1': to G(i e-iville'. 3r,0

    THE ORIGINAL 'I-u leo-i-er will apply to tick-t
    .11 t~li .'. Ptireha-e ,ti('ket a :t
    1 '4ieo.Tie'ket t, good fo'r t,.
    WORCESTERSHjIREt
    Gives a most delicious flavor to etg-t'!1 l". Iithrii'tii-


    Tl8 IlIIAL II Tluo l Baill IBOA L OUR


    S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOU'R MASH,
    VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
    STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
    TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PI'RITY. AND
    LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
    SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
    TO MENTION.
    AW The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
    Wines for Family Use.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    "'Also 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 TARTlE.

    LOuxsvJLLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANI'ARY -7. I0.


    No. i
    12:5Minvoon
    2: 15 p in
    1:12 p i
    %:;P rp
    f'1:4 14pii
    ( p4 aii
    I1-':2.) n~poi
    4 :, 5 1) ti


    No. 2.
    1 1.2u pIII
    12:.-A) n Igh1t
    3:1614a III1
    *7: 1' a iII
    '104 at In
    7:10 p m
    2 :3toa In
    7:i4'S anin


    Leave Peneacola .....Arrive
    Arrive .-Flounaton Arrive
    Arrive .. Mobile ...Arrive
    Arilv New ()rliau.an. Arrive
    Arrive ...Montgomery Arriv.
    Arrive Na lihville Arrive
    Arrive Loulsl\ ill ..Arrive
    Arriv, i'cIn rin.i Leav


    No. 1.
    4:i5 p in
    '2.4:5 pIII
    n25"loon
    7 aI Il
    i11.211 a Ini
    ":,21 a III
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    1*.:!Np night
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    MLT;wwzAN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
    XN0. '2!. No0 :1. No. 2. N o. 22.
    Ii v 115 ni~ t 7''a In 11en..ol :44) p ine4:311 p in
    1,2:5% 11ieg lt $4 111 M II toll 10:20 v IIn 5:,:2%j p tit
    4:: :1,n is III5 ait II 1 1181%unik p.'i rg', 14: 1 C in1 2 :441 p In
    ;:'III.it141 11:34 iti~ n fli C iplev1:53 1) 111 12:.57 p in
    7:1aIII II! J-, &III %fariianna t vI' 111ni 1-1- Snoo~n
    "'15 a tIII :':o'._ noon Kjv-r .Junct~ion 5 p in 1 ..2 a in
    ...1 :4;: p In I.. II ial 1.1::.1.1, in
    7:215 p in ....... jack'.univill. 14 20is ain



    rTEEM CEIOICESTr


    AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


    WhISIIZS, WI3, IqUpOR, CORDIALS,

    -Y.-BEERS, ETC.,=s
    IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


    -- AT TIE--
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    ALLIGATOR


    IALON,


    Opposite Union Depot, Telephone No. 4i.


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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    PENNLAND RYE WHISKY,
    BROOK HI IL SOUR MASH.
    YELL ,WSTONNI; RYE WHISKY,
    DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
    ATLANTA BR'~WING COMPANY R
    CELEBIRATEI) BEER-KE

    NAME'S


    PANTSI!-


    Said about WO)> pairs of
    long legged., sort legged,
    slim. fat, pus.y, bow
    legged, straight leirged
    all sorts of legged gar-
    mnits. as they got out of
    the boxes and up onto
    our clothing tables.
    600 pairs of pants in on#*
    day is a good many. but
    what about them? Some
    are a dollar a pair, good
    cassinmere pants. Some
    are two dollars a pair,
    good cassimire pants.
    Some are three dollars :&
    pair. good cassiniere
    pants. Som are two,
    three andm four dollar. a
    pair, good wr-ted pant,4.


    WE DO NO

    buy pant. for adrer-

    tising pu/rposeC- to sound


    cheap.


    Ile hiuy goodpantsu,


    pants that are made of

    food goods; pants provided

    with all the comforts of

    home; front pockets, watch

    pockets, (to watch your

    money pockets nights in

    case youar wife wants to see

    if she is gettingg hIalf of

    you r income e) pistol pockets

    and refreshment ,poeketx.


    stMETHING NEW WE S[l [


    .EVERY DAY-


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
    'Tolophonoh30o 8S.

    AN'Patrons. New nld(l O1,. o are' C(, i.llv TIvi;.d ts Vt' -1 : nI I'ind i p


    t WOOL1PANTS

    stolid :t-, a rock. lii -r t'ticly Pat-
    t,.rux f''r t!:5'; t l o ,-,) X' 'p i iablo'
    i-l-diede 111:1 h-i-Y a::I..t ii day'- toP
    wf,:ir tlxe-m iti .iii a;t -.1114andf''r


    V) .U
    : r. ti K t ".ir Inun r.-..e.Stock. "ast.. la pl -,au:.- :
    Hot and Cold Meats, "'cii" .;'' tiii'i- I fllil- t'tC.
    Gravies, -:::) GOLAYz@ E. ETX'JEl.S lST

    Salads, Soups, Game, G.t and Corn s,
    Gn st andMeal ,,o rn mmillso
    Fish, .M.F. GZREZ&CO., Prop, RONIeS SALOON W1

    Welsh Rarebits, etc. 0:D mpe an -EALERK IN-o a SA

    BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. S""T F K. Id ..UiLU d, .i i ll Li1Uo r.ll. lA gdis.
    S' .. rf JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. w .." ***" :l,,r
    S:d:.. r,, ..1 ig f '"n' o':nMourni".o. indu. '! CoTner Belmont and Devillier? St-. PENSACOLA, FLA paIt- s: $ .' th : L' -in


    : 1 (rf'ascd


    , wlr-tetf
    iply great.


    I nd ''i it~L Iimr.' indir.-4't IV tII.-i.1it-ed.
    -.:l: t~ue t th c:Lti.-of Int-or. 'You .'
    John Duncan's Sonim. Afcts, New Yo&. It li i-l~lt i hc ~'ilit n
    wh~c b cAnt. ribUte'e to your *upp4)rt.


    RFA. STATY.
    ?~P'!i an ns u i v:
    AG;Nl'v.



    NICOLA CASSA,
    RESTAURAW..-O- 0 iz-ir.k.-


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    A. M. AVERY,


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    4) t DS SIMPORTER AND JOBBER OFT
    )ico Hotel and Restaurant IIar-a rer

    ILL ORDERS SERVED OH SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Azes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Bupplies, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

    o:) os for Rent by the Day, ek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Houseftrnlahlng Goods. LV
    3!!, 312 orth Tarragia Stret, Opposite Uni Depo Gans, istols and Fishing Tacle.
    O-Teiephone 68.--0 AOGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant '
    --*GEO. WILSON & CO.,;--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Band 'C O
    SPowder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klng and Buck'- Stoves
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, WIc.OoUp A&Co.'s Raw Hide Laae Leather, Masry'. Beady The B4 Dil ln CIlthl,
    fiii VGEIBLES RECEIVE DilLY. WHOLESALE Al1 RiiiL. ad. anlroad coloa. D


    Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


    509-511 S. Palafox St.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1900.


    FUNIERA OF DR. ISAAC WISE.
    29"Iy DISdmuhhd" Rabble Atteud
    the Obeequime
    OCINNATI. n. Xb to.-The funeral
    4t Dr. amwWarntbrought to this city' a
    barge gaibving (ofrabb-as. awell as of
    H.-brv-w... To-kg*raxut4 of ('qbfdiolenitv have
    br%-n r9'iiv#ed from C4nara~ntintopl.e and
    4 other Ein-pqgi ~np tint r. as well atifrmn all
    4-em tht. Uum-i tStatem. incluthiag many
    1hi. .wt'jh !uimpal ..umA da! an
    *.ar Iv a*: Thia- iu.rtimia& atherv-sidtiwuv.
    'Thai 1.. rvnu,Iaa Inv III s.tate- ht tilt
    .. k. -ra' fi-a1att %AII iia 104.
    *~ ~ I*Waqithe-rI~ii.
    9a. I,!A bv wall l -rtv-in thisi
    .atfr T olaw- iatl ansaa1 .rt *wm~
    "MrANIZ tOY r.f~-'tA. N:as i r


    me. IC i-i T rrv. wtit. I-. i i t. -
    i- hr in i, iui-' lillll-u erleory night. It
    f. r--u- v--t t h#.i- -i --tuv 4sof IEddIit -4mzT rl-
    1 .1- 4 1 N*' v -u.-,u a N-- Yis-wkcliub
    r'vv-l .1 ,.Ia7V T" '; r- it'j~j -A 'Jr-fcl ii.
    buute- -I citn i t1w alplis-ar.t ha
    49. N. -,%j.:1- f r A mataach within
    arrscP4 r .iuiit d-'ui t uiI eird -
    I:' r 4 'a:-lo-r h&u kl- 1w ,-. 'u
    M .~h.*li.a-il hiz- :i auirzic"-
    ft.u I. iu1'.14 imll.- cpt.U ciai.rl hlai.!, "Jo., T
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    thiatll linun il and itti 'v.-Ime-'Kl~i t h..i in
    part-iL in 4f ;an Ti-uttaike t-it siit- c-,f tli
    urn. iailo. raruu tn-aml t.-- nthle-Pa-
    T'ic lii sji'iqvt-t-l wipiveiicit-'ll
    sfl'.. c-Vt -xib-ndicitut'- v 4 csv"-VrI1 l 111-
    Kiwat fi..llrs f-or a lora-slowattcr. c-isal-nir
    wha~rf. it-na-..h. .psanot i -ovh. e-lui-i~t-rI
    %mmer4aft Pork Barred.
    t7.~-a~t~s)PE.Maroh '21. The
    pfft.- ha. unfiarmed the Vunt.-d State:. It--
    inflon that in the fouturo the importation
    of Anmeksiun pork will be prohibited.
    "Vin a r~essanafor th* pnchibiti-on
    ta tm Ow4SE#iitiefljufleiSt t4 vthe ;cnblict
    hesMi. Mr. Userd C. (Gii*r'sm~S. United1
    f~mos harp's. ffaartcs. Pi's te~tod el -er-
    gocks~l. &4tanding tb.. anntilation oft
    lb. nwa r.
    A NMgbt -1 T -s-r,or.
    -Awful anxiety' wag felt for the
    widow oft the brave Oetieral Hurt;-
    barn of )Iachiais. Me.. when the doe-
    to"ri aid ethe could tas't live till inorgi-
    Ing~.- write-.4 Mrs. 2S. H Liueolti. wt!si
    atto-nded he-r that feal ful night. -All
    :"z~ai-ogt ithe tuiii-t -woln adip fri ill
    P-oeutnonis. but vije -ber.t~,i for Dr.
    Kiti ung Ne-w lhic.ss-ery. -d% jMI: It i~nd'a
    had cuired tier v f tusi-iiaul jtieca. l-
    ta9r throe O'~an .41.6.6.- J : -.#- lt --I'
    .ill nlightt. andit- Isfuit -r c- t-"e1
    liltts-ly cured tier. 'U lai. r v-1. "I-
    Ituitdititu.ios -gnararnl:.-I t ct s
    Thrat Ct bie-it i~eze i J I


    CURTAIN RAISERS.
    I., I t-wi, ffn-ru fHavamna

    1k. il .*f*I t-.. I I I ; .!.tf
    .ic tI ccit- ~it .1 11;1i ; Lt..* !hsa


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    -... tp-c-in cl i -c- -, uld hai-v di des ue

    Nisac ii.A aiiif~ t Birtiahee is(1
    i.4L .- I :'.untA: 1b .014.1 11 iic-hes in
    bvieiztt. l:,*:-ji Ma) Ln-;$1010.411110) virth
    41-t .i~ftnn!,cc. C- tan. h- %toIn 4-ti 1)the
    ZZ mus .. y .rs. IPid,~'vt,%-sku~z spirit
    .i 1- hetde pr-AucY rit ,iuatiimq'r.
    Mietn Nluticl.. .Adcam.; z-...;..n'd in **The
    Ici.tlcs NI uI1t,-r" !11\..-W You L.a 1pIesa-
    mut teai'irr-ta the :.seie in a stage
    1-x oif MIwt. mliii I J .1 c~ tbeoiiixnsl (if thei
    !-I at pn t. %a h. 1wee-it rtclo-4 htibs s-rtelit.
    a erafllia; :i,~laudil the work (of has sue-
    *-mor. 4Eta riau J.hu11pilc.
    The n.-tv plmii "'VUnity Fair." whic-b
    ,!@ c Into. t 'aril-v (o'.iiain a-as writing.
    %was clmcitati.-qdtci Mrs1. Cticiglhn. It is all
    trlh-. texet the- lmst actI. fora-bi.-h
    \jr,. '"'rchlan in hst manyof brhurtiuttcand's
    rit-- a.ta-Ide-nb. It is smil that ('ler-
    e-n ?~'..t.th.- Vncgi-,lh critic,.a-all Finish
    cthe i- v anrl ntt.it Mi:-b Oobaun v% :Isaer
    in it fliltt~~c2

    TOWN TOPICS.

    Ttm>-.; 4.k Itv. I ng)fir ran.i-

    It is ni~urtil-Ai 4 cettfle- hat 1s.tf
    ice .cieu.Ic 1hei ii,! ti-3 of A mntmcip.-l
    ;o. ,, 1.. u'.t'the cNiuc-um.ain i mai
    *..1 t?-.-t it v- amttt a tws-cCNt-st.-IBai-

    thr,-~ thme hi~. i..1i-e his ci:.
    q'c-1-4 -4iUn C.11I id 11 c a: d a 'V
    it a lc 'Oit1tfl Slo. te V.un. itd se-i-q.
    ,t Paul ;se.
    The- St. Io-sii:Is ap-. vh;,checertain C~hi-
    :!r .--vrtoo..nt- hare- 1w-en try uti"their
    I i :t d-i,-lc.tinig 1.- I cks as
    i ub it wid.-Intr il ti, a per-r :1. aIt+., ft.:t
    far frrei-ni eli.-Kanasat(a *!'.-Timt-.c
    Uutml.with a pccprtif-itm wcf 4i~4AII)Sb*)
    $ "iiIl 17.1.'s4c) ln th s c- -rl- 1!1,,t ear.
    a ~ ~ ~ Wt aal 'ru-tw .cjb~ PT clni"ft "f .
    1 141.4"Ns !.ovlt t tI, -re t thii !21 iss Ifws I
    I:. h.-n- a:th anpsocul-a'..a c1 77.)
    tl.i $t.4bI Si -ai::t'Jo.urnal.


    Chncolate Crea~n Mint1 Waferz.
    If i-our dealder ita- hotwict i::a Ie:n. tell


    The Jcl: Fruich 'Nu&I Craun Co.
    WWiN mve is Ibsir elegant now quarters,
    11 S"hbftsox Wma~t. in ths Siinqer
    Saw" Ug Ne ~oCo's stoem, Werob 26th.
    OwwWsaftthat datathre wIll be found
    fib-


    MARITIMES
    ARRIVED.
    Prt sf Arlington. It. 6. Knowles. St Lucia to
    Oull Transit Lo
    CLEA RED.
    Soen so Erne-to. 1WIP, Ctruaacaboa. by Wm
    S4 Ko-ser a Co for (jrveeock.with 90U.11S a ft
    OUmber. i.1Gs itYr swn timber. valued at
    Ant scix Donna Christina. W1st, A if-son. bv
    Simp'on &confor Heluzp. with 2:41-oi % ft
    rt#UL h yellow pi"neilumnth -r .%C.isit istsh and
    -ioor work%..valued at Pit
    thr. 4'iiurnuum *..Scit i-tufTran-
    ,It "o o*for 1' uria. wiath f743 tonc pi.liopbate
    r~wk. vi-.. t 116i.,7%
    AT QU~ARA14TINK
    H w. Wt Louli,. '7.Janq!.on. Hiauiturg to
    mA Kt-y %e r a Co
    tort bl; I.~meula Elvorm. 777. 4,oneshes,
    P-ruaxanbuco to Mltart, Iiunwo)dv &A-)4.
    Itus tuik U-mo. 7*-. Johbasrmn. Valencia to
    I'i-n-sacoha Lumiber Co)
    -%or Ick I' 015e- li. Lorenisen. Lon~don. to
    iun~sacoia Lumber 4 o

    THlE SMIIPPLN&W
    VKSMrZJS IN lP"Nu
    WaU&wOwKI,
    Hr VO urnu-ii. I -r).tcott. cid for F.um
    Hr Evrni~an 1INt'waoo~t. toW
    K.--ypt-r & Co
    ?-pan l'.rne,.t' V 4* I ritztu ie,! -t. cld for
    Gii .--nve'k
    Hr 1-erunia. 1I'.J. Businti: i.- t V Y-
    !er & C01
    fit Rivl~ngliana Ii. Ju~i.z.s'on. to Putna-
    cola Lumbxler t'o
    hoa. j tt-,t i:.'=,JitzLsvaj~o 4ulf Transit 4. o
    !f i p*
    ltu- Uroumb-u%,,!."!. IDur.caman. to NV L
    Wuttich &at-t
    Nor Patriarch. td. tislver~s-n, to H H
    Boyer


    It C'h & 4k o
    43e-r le-aislb-imu. 7"-.. Hi.~.t aar-.
    I unwoly &4 io
    It be-r-aglis.r.. I-):., Costa. to banr, Dun-
    Nor Barossa. ....Evertr-e-n. to 11 If 1.%.r
    It Coguat:.'. %i1. Pautre-nole., to Ro!'Aco
    Itr ri
    Nor Concordia. tli. H alver-;ou. to order
    it liue Caguiu~. I1V17. Larart-tta, to order
    Swed Libarwar. 1271. gl.uaidrall. to orde-r
    N,)r F Eliir. 5A-1. Andersen. to o~rde-r
    Nor Frigga.,ri. Weine. lundeo to ord--t
    Nor (jluait. .-*iLar~son, tSLiider
    N4or India. t..7 j'fl'te. to 43ult Naval
    LStores Co
    It I taitIa.'i7. Podatei Is. to I Torn-c
    It Luugiam arsa o'~bKt-pwr
    Nor Mertapcire. L.Joinbon. to aarsr.
    1-iuiiaody & Coi
    %or Nom j0K. Mikke.sex. tc. Pensacola
    Lurntwr Cr.
    Nor Perfeet,6KL Lariten, to W ,5 Keyster
    a Co
    it Pte-unvors. cWlto Rozzo, to R,)-aceo firoii
    Nor -iri. daiUaU. Lu ratterson.i,)'-
    Nor Solafide, SU. Potertten. to order
    Ir Trento. WK7. tiirdeall. to Bearp, IDun-
    wody & Co
    Ana Vedault. 779. Ecker. to E E. Saun-
    dors & Co
    It V.-ne-zian,4 a3l-arrarl. toftars. Icut-
    Wody A Co
    Ger Eliy, 47m3. 11"ass, to order
    Am l'F", retiC f, read ich. m67. Lmn k, Ito J po
    A Merritt
    Amu potnuni Cbris-tina. Pi~i. cld for Belize
    m an EI-:sa .ABev Ion. 252. Benson. to master
    %"a H~taimcr. .5-5. Axelson. to nia-tor
    U:r Julia Llizatmeth. -', aitect-iig., to mias-
    ttsr
    Hr NMabel ltar~ing, I:!. Roberts. to Muster
    I'?, CLEAARIJ AND) SALKJ' Yc'-K FEN-

    F -r~ ir. cr.-> Wsr~~c-t.r Marrh7
    1',,L-ifI '.-rri'c.Br. 1 -iu~il lare~i I'
    Hii d i.--rile-sft. hr. 1'-1. fat Hamrr. Jan :00
    Hiii nao. Nor.'1.'11. Olsen. AiAtworp. Jan IP
    I; ..nor.mii'. is.nna 4-tisby
    Miarcht It
    Nci.Ii lr. -li4.eokNsri2
    toaNor. fit uti. kSara y Ni arlh ii
    t$~lo~daiut. lr aid 4. Mi arc-h
    Ka' iNoir. !mu. ltr.in-ii. liar csiua .stMnac i-
    Intl-:
    T.icS* Waymanf. Br. A! 1. Watt. arri% e-d Rot-
    It-rdanu. Fen v
    U. v- r!.ton. fiKr. Rbrsn ,-c-I qo .!
    it I clcro It, r. :!Ii.CA- tp A uintAirp Itarce b
    .azIr.Br. sId naanseaes-cb 8
    "! I 111.%
    iirtt:I;--nia Nor. *4.ic t. uI.-r Yek t)n

    ~ or i'_7. -ld ttit tA erp Ii ls-e-I1
    s.. Nioe.d. : tat ftte Sav El-t) i-
    itIr do. It. d terlica -h 17

    Ut.:A. r l It.Ru-. nLl. Pat "at t-.Iona. Febt '
    uisIo-. iwcl *1H ull Ist'inI
    E ,pir a'I nrrui1az i k -t No-'c ~r. It 1,a: A ntIwc- r;,
    Dec I iI
    1-: ri ir.ev. P*~ usI, n -e' ,l
    r rut?7 isuStit% ;11-. -*d.1 u -.,c L-n I 'strIt
    F- lucie-. it. _75. %!d N aleti'.m Nltizcti"
    Fits-sa.. It. fis-L5 '.a %mi-s H.-pt iz. ashore
    Nov 20 near Port R,,% m I
    014-r. Nor. airi Pre-stoin Ilcc 11
    March q
    K-nitegcern. NScr '7s. -old s,Iuckstadt Ilarch 7
    Johcan Lufl .No-r. ,,ait .K .i-Nid.ov 10
    .lohsinnl-. Nor. cIrt1onhsitrg Ic-c it
    % arias Iar~aret ia. Swed. b d Cape Town
    '.arett *
    bIle Ic b It. G5(1;o-di5C March iA
    MI arcel -a. ItI. ald H am burg. S N ...I
    Nielusuno. His im u. sod rHhsi'icrce'isFoh -4
    SMonte A.,IV. 7*1. sid Marseilles Mar,ti
    4Olea. Ku%.. s d I.* Pal tire ()etK
    flat-Ist adro. It. lc9.0mel id 4unterdam J anIo
    1114moer. 4.-". li A. it L~i.don '%4 t't. i aI
    Pre.te--air Jobn'eta. Nor. ici#4. msld Hrl,'o'
    Fecb r
    Racberl lpP.tIt!. sZ-2.91 M a -sev1.41 Fesl,-1c7
    Roeb.-.Dan. 4414. at Bhab, Jan :,I
    1491-Is AB. IE. %oil, at L&aPi' aa. 'Nov :1
    Valuata. Nor. isiud Leth bich 1i
    Virginia, It. sid Madeira. Ye.t)i Y'


    We have saved many doctor bill-
    since we began using Chamberlain't
    Cough Remedy in utir home. W-
    keep a bottle open all thie ti::ic- and
    whe-neverany of my family or mvy-
    -*-lf begin to atrch- cold we begin to
    u-e the Cough Remtedy. and a?. a re
    -nit we never have to s3entd away for
    :a doctor atnd intcur ai large do-tor
    bill. fsor ('h:amberlailn'A Cou.h Rein-
    e.ly never failt 'o cure. it i- cer-
    t Inly a mnedicir' f ireaf t iLo t- tt;nti n
    worth.-D. S.S. M-I RKI E. general
    Merchant and Farnmi-r. Mlatti.', ked-
    ford county. Pa." For-4al- by H n-
    nath Br,-.,-' 21 South Palfox str-et.


    LIBELS ON WOMEN.


    Full of FU'INITI'RE. The fin.-t
    lit of \Valniutt BHfdrooin sulites %ver
    shown in P n t-ea"o!.. l'r.ttv. ti-atly-
    fini-fhi d l(I I nak bedroom iPutiite- at
    all prices.. l:ttira and ('nhbl* r Seat
    Rocket.,, big and little, cheap and
    high. Look at them.
    (). M. PRYOR'S
    Jhrgain l'uruiihiug House.

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

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


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    SFRI ANll O'S


    tt IMPoBA11" NOTECO
    To the Coatractors and Geeral Public of
    Penseola:
    Nbteie is hereby riven that on and
    after the first day of April. 190U, no
    Union mechanic or laborer will work
    on any building with any non-union
    men where there is an organization
    of said craft under the jurisdiction
    of the Central Trades Council.
    mt:f J. R. JOL'KDAN.
    Tickets for Starrett'% ovninz in
    Pen-aecola, for sa e at Thompsonis
    book store.

    Your Credit is Good
    For anything in our house. We have
    a luarv assortinint of Couehe.. Bed
    Lotniires. Toilet I'et+i and Bedrouin
    Suite.-. Iron Bedstead-4 at $4 u)p.
    0. M. PRYtiR'8
    Bargain Furniture House.

    Soothing so setsoff a home
    as handsome furniture.
    Marston ,t Fincht have an
    immense stock for you to se-
    lect from and they will sell
    it to you on long time and
    easy payment s.
    Free Vaccination
    OnTuecdays. Thursday anifd l .t-
    urday. from 12 in. to : p in.. ps-r<>n-4
    will be v.iccinated free of charge at
    tl. ollice of the State B,;ard of
    Health of Florida. No. I9 WE-t Inte-n-
    dencia treat. Phy-iciains of the city
    have kindly ("nv-entd to1 prforii
    tiie (-rvice at the hour naiiti-d.
    V.M. K. HvY:::.

    Ag e:.

    Three Large Stores


    We are prepared to welcome our
    A home and visiting people to see our
    Spring Line which we are receiving i,
    X, rapidly. c1


    We positively carry the largest and I
    H most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
    Ii in all colors and prices.
    -?


    Our Stock is Immense '
    .'""'.. 'in ," ;,m l r. /,,/ )Y ui/', /\-,. i/,o ',' ./, .-

    t/,, ,','!l,/ /., 1 '/ Ir ,, .


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


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


    S+ Millinery,

    Sent.' urni/.hin., andl 'nnth)in almost A
    Given A wa vr.


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


    ;k Ten are Cordially Imitel to V11it C anr Ilamn tg Establishmeit


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


    Mail Order-. Pr.minptly Attended to.
    Trade Discouut oif 5 on all Ca t, i Purchaw-<.
    ---1 .1 ..l Ca, ato --


    SCOTTEN, FRIEDMAN & CO. O
    I-.- IP- i


    W. B. WRIGHT COPANiY,


    M(AN -% 1 I :1:'- ANIl .1-1 x: I-ASr'TS


    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAVED CYPEES SHINGLE--Klin-rl-ef Saps
    '---" PEV'(ACOLA. FLA.


    TRY TI YIEWS' WANT COLUMI


    +oF. E. BRAWNER'S


    @)B~~0 1 PRCIQEiSJ cEtOUSE C


    *:OWE HAVE JUST RE(EIVEDI OURI I


    Dress Goods.


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


    27-inch Z-phyr iin. hanin-. ,ur
    pl ice .......... .............. 1-'


    Every girl ldemndns more credit fo, 36-inch Sptin- Percales. our
    i,'r i.;i, playing than she is entitled price .......................


    to.
    Thl.- mlern man is bec,-omine afraid
    of imtarriage. the woman demands too
    t:at,-'!i.
    It t::,,- a .:;rl of fa-ihion at least an
    1.,.iur itc ' a-; if a .,,:iI;, hadl never ben't near it.
    T:i, a[er::ac- z:r;! la, only one good
    i; -s il \'..:1. r. .'l! hances her
    c1 s; !,y cih:;:i: ;ilt.e il'lon out her

    \ 'hen a ui:-i1 Lets $.v a 1nimith. the
    zirls tizure iiat a :fti r t iryinp g .$2 ftcr
    liardl, Iie ouiht to have $"5 left to
    s;.-nldl oil the girls.
    When a g:rl can get an man to teach
    I:,- sctt;e '.ga:re of e':ar.. played by two
    only. .hes lev.>-c soo stupid that it
    takes her a wliole w:nter to learn.-At-
    chisoo Gljbc.


    Room Mouldings
    1. A!, ad -. p ina t I h' e t a t J
    0. Re- &C-. c 1 .Pt1f


    :_;-inch Very Shet r White Lawn.
    our price ................... .. c
    27-inch Ch(eck Nainsook. <'ir
    price ....................... .
    :;i-inch Whit- a::d C'olr< .
    Pique. our -ir,- .............. c
    ;I: inch WVhite! C'rl-d 'inl-. (curi!
    price ..................-----------..... .
    :io-inch Solid -i',td \V!hitt Duck.
    ,our price ......................
    I Yard-Wide tea I-lurd Ct;-tt,. I
    i t .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .... '


    Calicoes


    -- AI --


    Domestics


    AT THE OLD PRICE


    No Advance:


    Remember the Place,


    I Yard-Wile itchvillp Baliu--
    t-cl. ??Iidol hY I.- nseiciI.- ('o.,-
    Wijie- it la..1-4 ...............7.,e
    f~l Pit-o~- 1Lteo-t ('mlic iat-----------e
    It, 4 S,,ci L'.H--.-i-v.mat ..........13'icc


    3t 1 .1t 1::- ir jru--art tie

    ,! c i -. -tr
    ld -ri -c-A.di'fI-tm.r.0 d ~ 7~

    Tic rrl- d:jrzng tt..- a-- -k ji: 0h'
    kt-t %-IP4int. f,,rie-' -rc]I,'[ iC-r zi-
    1tr-.w Hat.& andsaiklor- : jA-cs.i
    n-c.sNpw $plinc I'tr at 12 --
    a-c.:,d 2 p-;'.r yard.


    '"- 105 S. Palafox Street,


    YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NDWS ON.


    F. EB 'TA XKT


    .OW~f-3FI=?IC5EG


    0 ,RACKET STORE.


    VI-Ia*"* sn'. r Vltan s- a-&im I.
    pi~'.#WFRM I-icR FtIYKKALM la'j.
    proeinptlv unhoucUts 'c~frsps-iiai 'I-- .
    .Miss Vunlette Moreao.ms-.N West o-w
    phono-T2. -"*


    IRS. SARAH BEIRNE-Manufact.
    I and dealIr to Hair 4ioode. Hato Tr
    , Articles, Hair Oil. etc.. ..M' W. Govern,-
    street.




    Brittle c.urp!.. ;~ all ,,tht.r n.
    peanut, Coc' alillt, p.op corn a, I
    nUt.

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

    NAVAL hTOKRb M.AticrT
    Reiprted Dally for The Nw, '
    Meos. A. M. Memes A <
    WW...... .... .... H
    ... .... ...
    N .............. .... z, r -

    [ .. r...- N\ ,


    l*ave Yur r pi,,;iq

    tvII N. l .. zi.f,. jP I. -.
    11 -1. P'. htfox. Phoo..


    7^;'/ hfiy a,';,
    furniture or hoi., /
    inf.s until oiout '
    . flIrston Finf :
    Their prices ar ,'
    stock is complete ,,,
    will sell you, wic '
    onl in0g time.


    I.-',


    LI nor :nosuu-'
    ss Ariinxt
    -- ~sibi.. for -c..
    Ibe crew of muid vessel.


    CI8h


    Spring Line of Up1-to-Date


    _ __ I__ ~___


    SPRING GOODS.


    aftorms-I


    I


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    it--W#rtji fr r.-tv1'.rai to Pvi.I .i .
    Johinson a .u,

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    roa threr rV n ie fry itherm.b f-
    Raln V unsalonAgencyt.fI.. lislewr 1,
    gr.oad 4., South Paol persilg t ,fact. -
    far or4~ls ANF suuran hi..ricue M. *.
    ( K.Will exchan ge fhiu.. or c .ty iv :a:-
    usanistlperis-nucdcok d:.

    ura '4 flr oati'- i su ilavoi m hie.. 'A

    sold on Paqid orsand atflia barxU 'igin.
    C. Wason & Cou- tr.t.V

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    Ylsr~rt.P ol. 1711

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    ('a1dt. .13U; i-ra rt.:i r iA m
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    NVo.pr'iapi.%isk ht t-rzr u.A.V1. -M
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    Title: The daily news
    Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
    Creation Date: March 30, 1900
    Frequency: daily (except monday)
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    Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
    Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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    NEWS.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTER IN, MARCH 30, 1900.


    vOL. 30.


    NO. 48.


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


    N11M HIANILE


    t. .-\c .t:ve Committee
    I Th:s Point Last
    N:,. ht.


    %A I1 1 % '4P"tito h' 4. Ol0t11- 11at Vi-lAt

    i -.1T xit o4aort% -11v at '1114

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    4 ll4 di .*-f A 4 ersuifiator t I
    I AtIto i ui m-RA lsollos. ,1 I~K
    4 5iltD 4 ut. it 11Ie3 Inall
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    14.t 1 cll urth caby pri-o
    t~n-. tie -tIt I I.; tlldvc~ltlt



    Ad bett ,IrI.1Initheir call invited
    1--lnqw(r it-i tor participate ini pri-
    -'.16 tnifclIu AI if;: thlost qIu &I itflfd
    thle lA-t election that, too
    I c.-tziftic-ion at the pol1k wt. ch
    wo~rk inpji-itici o, W ,otnoo oif 'C
    italt.-, ft! hal de .mitd it be;t t r,
    !!.04 '1.1rtling to fxrn-itively de-
    twtio-th.er the call a-i originally ij=-
    h4ould be *dhered to) or
    o-r tne pooll- -%hubl be thrown
    '.all.
    i IYI'ur-ell -a id t':at tihe que..

    the (*v~iffill-i iU lltV 14rit1ariol-,
    .-'Iti -lutd andfi id h-.44ipilionl
    I -tAild As it wa- zheui decided.


    ."I boo 4c- lt itt ..~iz itnee till.
    1,111ii arilguiti deniocrat-

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    *\ I C nt with MI r. N ictit il'tt:
    It!.l,-ri..t.t ltoo (41.' at ti -piI
    t-alt 11 %%:1w- ij'Wtilltoolate t'I

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    -. .j w!rv s1 1)i t iit sI trh

    t+,d In o-qjtIjd-. aiid 1tt,
    %A, t.- wiuld us, to 4)tq-ol reg,
    ti-t lok 4. which C401ld l111t
    1 It WIilout J0)-tpPll-111;t!-
    .- rim~ry.-o fr fi- Low re
    Iit bati-sl tilli4 t hoit~t'
    A%~ ~twi-fo~r.-an t-li-it ion.



    ..allPtrktill watit.-d 14, Ite-er
    the Cuttididiatei. ita lgo-~
    ,-.~ttin were pre-t'nt.
    1.1t-ib ejected tit thre -
    ~. L~%iAg any -ty ]n the.
    I .'i- d their eel'.fat tht
    iiiii and wt-re titata-led
    L (I.~ lttf fli- eXeCUtiV#-
    stiti nit of camndidAte".
    -+.,..Alii -;.1341thO' I.'ldiid i .to-.
    i-ii-t initere-ted aud tiv
    h--Ar from thvin.
    1%.jiats idl said ije c,.nt -
    'A #.rvants.,lif the dclii-
    Y I ..pr, tented by t tit'
    . I _t.tlii~l'1hotready rto)


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    :[. ). Batgg -: :-
    I to ,i:d .: :


    iangt been :i-k i
    mad move I fromn
    'were e-:l:-


    tied now to ret transfer certificates
    Supervi-or of Registration Crabtree
    -tated that the law authorized him
    to i.-uie tran,-fer certificates at any
    time and th had already i--ued sev-

    A furihpr di-icutviion of the law
    drew out the fact that all who had
    imoived from ua e ,recinct to another
    and who failed to ji-.icure transf.-r
    certificates muint v.,> t at th- .hi;une
    iprcinct tth-y did at nhe I i-t le-c-

    It wa- iorder-d that the (itairmian
    I ,'pare circular to thi- .-lTTct publlil-i h the facts in an otlfic.:il Itbli-
    t'ajtt., iin the r:ty papers.
    1 :. ( ,mi iittt ti.t-n adjiurined.

    Their lken tkly Min dll.-
    I.F 1\ N,.TON. h v.. N V:,r'l :>.-Tl,
    \1or l:l- rit-ra, l t t- a di-.iatcli
    !'.on \Vit,. !:. -tt-r -tait':i that J;t io--
    \:ildr-w*" e',tt -aid, A it th)e I8....,
    t +., -.. e if \'. ..>.- .. 11 t, .. I


    ARE PREPARING TO


    MOVE ON PRETORIA


    After Taking Kroonstadt Brit-

    ish Will Attack Capital.


    FORCES STILL INACTIVE

    Present Iiilt of llritlils (Cons-deredl
    N-<'e -.,ar.\ In Order to .Make- a ('onn-
    cent rated love T'lowa rd Pretorla.
    Hor, r ( oiuthine to I,'rrilt.
    I\t\l\IN. ~iarcnih iMI .-The ,'v.ar offhee
    h' I rt-. l : th, llw in,, ii I )n l
    R, ,!.-r.>:


    TO CRUSH OUT OPPOSITION. TAYI lM Wil I NAR


    Tobmweo Trust Mlake% %War oil the
    ftlaekiuell Comnpany.
    R ~.1K At arih -21).-W. A. Guthrio
    of Dnrham has fib d ill the United 1,tmo-si
    circuit volirt here hli.' aianswer ro the suit
    of th, Anwtrit-ai: i.-NwctJ o 'Upauv
    again 4 tho 1:va hw-11 lToa~n4ct o )oiiiau~ty
    4i Durham. I'he,-Ait~rican comqaity
    114aske-d the Ct aurt to app~int a receiver
    t,) -x-11 the LIkWilproperty. dividt- its
    a -tl~iad tt4 rljii~iite the exisilc t h
    latter elrixrat i-i.Gunthrie, i i is wi-
    ;wer, %VtLie circuit c .)urt hit.-; no jiiri!--
    dilctlion over the BLickwell etuipaixlV,
    wi'hich is charti r.'d lithe N trth Carti-
    lijia Iei1it r.lad ~ itih is a l.t

    Thf :, 'i.11 w r I-. cVt. 4),)i t4 4 1. t t

    foirt"T"rullthe I g*tu1li r 1: v h


    !.-.U---. 1 1 .,TZ.. 1 T i a, .. l, "(;,,,i..-ral Cln lw4 t It h .a .-,'upi.ld *" "
    .-t:.'y t; .-rl, I;,ic :ll y | i:r K-i- 1-"tr, -1n1 wi'Vlinh,: ,opptioin. O.ne CHARGED W I T H MURDR.
    t IS yV. 'ot i:--;:t'd Ii t Yint/.* v i-r '.:-."r itia l ione- Marrini-Maxini were -
    - *., ",,hf-l- +t i ,k li- .tl.-,,, .r.l in a lfrlp . :.L' d. i :'- i : t Y.,:,z- : had* ,in, h,.r-hr lar, qua it of immu- f a htielt.
    . .i v t,.l I .ll l..* k:i-.w a.id i ad HoM- .I' IL1i. (... Mar' h "*..-T --n-
    : .;. t r : t., .itil wi'i hluried n. .Arn ar.e b l iig sur-
    rnt.:lr-rd gratidualy and the inhabitants prior turt 'u -i April '. Thi.
    S i ', t v..er.li, i air. s.-tthli g down.' (,'tl,,- l Pil. -hor vis- most ini pl t ir tn a' on the I it '; : wi I
    it.- I Luldvbrunld n Marn-h 2:;. On leav- hle the trial ,., I r). L. 1. R .n'i.. t...;rz .
    i'.'; -.: i,.. t'. ';.NI :; -T imI, the town he was attacked by a ilrty with ninrder.
    1 ot t.1 #"' .-+ a- --'1--I 'l Ill-t It 1 t hle 'nPniy11411 n e hi fr' wa Dr. Rentz performed a asfrgical oprw-
    A tn .-,v ilow -. -c,'lo 'ItdJ. -ai.is-t w, untdld an'L live are iuissing. During .
    Wiu. .1..M....rthly. a r,-taurant the skiruiish north (f the Mudder river tion upu"n Mi.-s Maggie Moors. A-ftr
    ket.pr wl. ,* fuii--l to -..-eve Billow- ,,n March -5 five men were wounded. the operation was i.rforimed the lady
    and a ltiip.itmil,. Itepreseentative Thre- ar; reported to be missing. Cap-. livedabout twenty-four hours and died.
    (i-o. W\. Wright of North Ciarolina.' tain Sloane-Stanlev of the Sixteenth Dr. Tally Carried away the substance
    ilso colored, with a meal. returned .a Lancers and live nen ,of that regiment taken frui the patient and a day or two
    verdict to-day of -.ix cents damage- were taken pri.oirxr." afterwards u autopsy was held.
    to the plaintilT, who had asked for GCo)njture as to the advance from I l.was there given in evidence that
    $5.00. Bl.emfountein is the topi.- of the day and th kidney had been removed instead of
    is likely to coLutinne so, for the British of the ovaries. Talk of lynching the
    A lhou.i*nd (Co #k Wanted. comimander-in-chi.-f in Sooth Africorm- doctor was firly engaged in. The
    NF.w YoRK, Marc-h 3X -An Pei- c..l. his move.ients as carefully as he nd jury r ed an indictment f
    plyvnerient bureau in this city is said hi dne in the past. April 2 isact ; ty rdr ad he waa ted Imnedltely
    to .:ave placed orders at Raleigh. N. "ari"us ritis the probe dat fir I mmd Rentz Ii relesed on 7,0(0 bond.
    C.. for an unlimited number of negr.; the dulrrtue,- of the main imy' from .
    co<.ks. hotu-e srvant., etc. The bu- IBl'-omfuatain. It is pointil out that JAPAN PREPARES FOR WAR.
    reau is said to require as Imany as a thes will then 1i- over a we'ek' bardrcl
    thousand if .each -ex. Cook art nmarching before Kronstadt i reached, A Petviy Army aid avy rele
    leaving R~l.lgh d,,ily. In fact there though there .weins no t.rtainty that Pre.age.-i onfllct W ith KRieitla.
    leaving Rlegh daily. In fact thereely
    - anlexxodus. KrooMtadt will entirely occupy ld SEArii.E, \Wail. .Mai-ch 29.-The gov-
    R- rt-a' attention. The advance when ernment transport (Garonne has arrived
    .I,,uiwrri' lFuneral. $. it doe,x o tur, will prib.bly be nmde by mnntit rh s ri
    Marc.h.ilr o Un ran Pt imrallel ,luinnnas along a broad front. from quarantine with news of active
    Lo.NDON\. -March 3 -- Pretoria The movements oif the cavalry force and pre parti 'nu, in the niilitary and naval
    di-p- t:ch iay's that (teen. Joubert will part of the infantry toward (Glfcoe can departments of Japan for war with Rus--
    he buried at his farm at Rustfontein. s.-rcely be (c-nstrued as an actual ad- ala. The Rssian fit-eet at Nagasaki has
    In accordalnct wi;t his wi-hes the van'uce, although they undloubtelly point '"lirefartied thte harbor authotitits. and
    c. Tmr nwoi, i>s will noit .- ,if a military to the imminien'-e o4i -uch a < L-r.ct.r bhut entirely civil and pri- only a -inall part of I ennral Gatacre's The war spirit i.s said by Captain Cou-n
    viate. 'I i, ltri i-h plri-,oners at Pre- ',ire, s have vet arrivei at Bloemnfontein rad of the (iJaronne to be strongin Japan
    th-r ia --,nt a wrath of flowers for the and until that inveinInt is completed it on account of the rear's secretatItempt to
    fuu,.ral. is not liki-ly R,,berts will start fur Pre- gain iftflucncl in Uurea in violation of
    ,- oria. r0" -.av. A grnd aiwembling of the
    Slee-ping Ctar Chairges. Th_.- later, disilatth from Bloemfon- rI. t~*,,L,.v to be foilowtl by ma-
    VWAS~uIIINliTOXN. March :to -Iiit the rei says: neuv-rs frma which foreign newspap-r
    !:.>u- to-diav 31r. Berry initrnitl ed :t It shonkld 1b. ,'l:arly ulnd.rsood that eorr-.!midel.nts and the public were toi h'
    ,ill pre-triilln that R ot more tha ith.e pro" 'it halt in the vicinityof Blkwin- exclrnded, ws fixed for the Last of this
    ,A t lii!' of ai cent a mile shall h,- f"Intin i i~lslte1iy nec- nary as a mili- mn,nth.'.
    c.' rz. I for lower berth- or ione- tary pir. 'autiion. It should be born it .
    Sir:e'r ',':t ,t:i -: ii cir'r i i i -'-...--- f p'rationis w\virh the main I.., i. i,.I Mir h 2. .--I tr W iui-
    *..ni,, ':i,'ati.,n- through a re% ntly '- I ni.'. -ih. is tramiing the Imost ex'lni-iive
    -. i M : nl I, 1 ,.11:,. a Ia)& ttp'i.l h '-t: 1 l o lutrt-V lrl t1la ttil -
    *' '. It .s l'l'.-ls a ~. *s II' ( e's ms.it l a ratt1 h 'r*tx n t i. I eald;a l .ver q uva-rtt't "r d u(nd -r i )i
    '.-l\. l,\. M.ir',' ;;'.-T:,. i..ltirur. f h,.r-.- pn>w %r. !.I(I.uid in ro-,f. .As received a teilegranm from **x-
    ;: -,;:r-r 1- i.ow ir-iti: :N% ; ;1.- Ntl w ill m iv, ,u the >-(n1ni.elit.- S-'--'tari of the Navy W C. W hitne y,
    I ..a. t :t i li llaor- l il y aly 'o1i -(c.- n...t ,,f th S iuth Afri.ain v, inter and iownrT ,lii;: "t pir.-in.iu4tn1 4i 1 il bo Ito d l x- tilist b, prel,.rAnl to t'fu-, th- .. .T-.tr ... i'. : t-. f,'r tth, new twio- l i..-i r..ir st f- t'.,r Uli:t i ,-Uih a:iku.ial iii iny ailleg',, l mentnel.ss of ,Jeann Berand, r'-
    '.-lui --i,-nat- ab ,ut ,,ff-.t the t x- i,. ntff''td within hirse .-i4 kti,--. rrtis of richh have been printed exten-
    ," --* 1I r-v e+ i The v,,rr,..sp,i(nd-nt add., that th.' t ,,r sit.!y ill th* east. Mr. Wivnnle-r replied
    f .roes i.havI-t I .-n rt-eiquiplp-d and h, -sas liv % irti to the effect that all statements
    q,.tewn' Me.saie 1o0,.lu',eres' W iA-. !,' is fully (irin'i ie that 150.1tkX for.-ign ,tnt-rning any injury or lameness of
    I. N March :;--Queen Vie- tr.p hav., l-Ill lianld.d to iaid th.- r.- the grreat horse wr4ere absolutely false,
    tors l!;a-A cbIled to L, ird It ,brti to publi.s. that Tle had never been better and that
    -.xpr.s,, t,, the wid, of (;#-n. Jou- A d-eplnti m of D.irh ,-hur t)rt the -.nylpathy iof herQ-lf and tile t*.rs have had an aiudil.nct of Premi-,r
    Briti-th nlttion aid to till her that M:lner at 'Cap, T,,win. The ministers 111 weeds grow apace." Impuri-
    I.e w i- a gallant soldier and an holl- urg-d thed .'lr~rantion of th.. si.i an lti in your blood will aexpo grow ti-
    ,raIl f.o, man. wll B.er pris.:,ners and asked thai th0 let-a you promptly expel th-m by
    st,, -k hi' n.,t s5ent to St. tHel,.na. taking Hood's S ar.aparilla.
    Pot'al Appronpria',ions. It i, relwprt,- that tho prlin trainls-
    lprts 'will sail for St. Heleina at the end Soieth (urhllna Veteran-.
    \\V AmIN<;TON, March :l.o-The ,f this week. ( .rT-':liA. S. C.. Mar-h *29.-Generall
    p,)-tal .ai;'proprtion hall will carry Frtm Ntal and Maf,-kin. th.r," ii iTrrwiin Walker of Charlrwton, the com-
    tirei.-<- :trtet-rs of a .im million d. oll:r-, further in.-ws ias tins.di-ilatifi h .ent. .. ,, ,i.
    tir jl- un--_ &-..9....Au a -er-1 ... i.- if h ittI SA k th Ca olina di viaiit


    lor ii-.umaticl" tlbe and mail ser-
    vice. The, total appropriation will
    he betw ee $l113.tO t000) and ;]l14.o0,-

    Archilbald Fortwi Dead.
    L,.ipt>iN. March ,$i-Archibald
    F-trbe, the noted war correipond-
    ent. died last niihbt. Mr. Forbe.
    wasd well known in Florida. haviau
    frequently spent lilt winters in Tdl-
    lahas ee.

    irenc-h Army at Sahara.
    L.\Pi.N. March 3 .-New-s hqs
    r.eiched here that the French army"
    tt Sahara has won a bie victory.
    killit'r -ix hundred tril.-m.len'.
    woiiidini a thou-.iind and captturilll
    I. i:i Ire-d.
    ('C011on Q talons.
    N \\ YoRK.. March 31.--('otthn -
    rjit*.. 4 to dl \" a- follow:: :A,r!
    '. \ I ; .M ay'. 4e.2,: J unie-. i21 ; J uly ,. ;
    A i2ti -t. .* 1 .
    Bl :TO-" .\A.,

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    :.l -' ,' ,'t r, i~edy. Syrnii of 1"--'.-


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    Dan't Pay $40 and $50

    ,. ""-';- ov. ::" n:- *' ** .MN. l'r\,-r -

    !; ,ri': ,i" 'tir,' HoIt ,'-. fo: froir-i
    -1'.i t,' > fi. ,,u1 eholh! ,o liitur
    i- i:llv r ... . C all





    w- .. * lr W ..fl r- ,:e-.
    t ii.r L- -w. ~i _' r deal-r -i:ould have
    ..i''.


    IS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY.
    Plret-lentt Kruger Graltitli'd With the
    Progret of the Wanr.
    ITnrT-IiA. March 2'<.--Ir-.il'ti; Kru
    gr. in a rent interview,. says:
    **My burghers are fighting bravely.,"
    li uaid with mu'-h eanistnes.. "And
    they will continue to do so until i-eat
    Britain asks for peace oir withdraws her
    -.oldie'rs. We cantlnt ,exilet to te'onlnqu,.r
    s-',vetral hundred thousanil menn in a day.
    but my hurghers are iiig liaheaid lrap-
    idly, a. myou an see by l,,kinig at thel
    pla,-'. whi-re w.' k.-ep our iris. ini-r..
    Evt',ii IL- ,' nr frif at i-rs foiught
    aitatiu- r, c i''i ,dils in rhe rrvo'iutiinaryv
    war. -, aon v., struei:ulhri, an' evn ;I:-"
    ( ,d \Va- w'Nit.h o -i so is H, wilhi ust. W'.
    h.tv>' f.,ujhr with Emglla d ,! I f, e ;tin l
    .l. f.it.-'I her. u ird i \vit wi t' t.' v trtonoil
    :i;iin i

    MR. GLADSTONE ON THE WAR
    lie- .>i -. Itrlitl- I'o ei r aMliut Predmii t-
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    PKHltK LY ASR BITTFP c t ires (i.-
    a.se. ,if the kidlney-, c -i t : -.s m .
    i'treilthviC th ie liver. stonaich ax.d
    b -wls. For sale by Hannah Bros


    , f th,. I'nit',l (Con'fede1rate Veterans, is
    ii tme citr to make preliminary arrange-
    tiltents for the trip of the veterans from
    hti- ,.tnarv- t,, 1,,uitvilhe. He demires South
    t'.roliua to be largely represented at
    this r-,unioi, and is his desire to have
    veteraii who t)Po from this state gto to-
    g-'ther. toniuentrating for trh start at
    Stmrtinburgm and prmie eding thtnl'et by
    the mountain route to )Louisville.
    iluimorl Sale of Trhe .ouiirnl.
    A rl.ATA. Mar-h *2-.-The ,itv has
    e-ien full of rumors fir the p:mt f**\.v days
    of the ,sal,' ,of a tontrolli-int inter-st in
    the Atlauta .lJurnal. It is kn',own that
    Hoke'Smihii owned a ajnriTy of th"
    stm-k in the pap.-C. anid the ru.iior ludt it
    that he had s ,,i, ir tI H. M. Atkin:,on
    tnd1 others. The a.ss.lates of Mr. At-
    kin-ion art- sauidl to ,. Mo,,:-ri- B13and,,on
    and J. R. G ray. a nch of thi- three piir-
    .ha..aing niu eiu.tlu] miut'-r-t.
    TI'epnes-ees Derby.
    3rmrt;-. March .". -Evryday brin;-
    S.. I' thin, it .'w a Itl intr.-. ing n fii "!t..rn-
    :i1. th,' T,'rn -- !,irt' l :.1rby ;i l l -k,i a,
    tNr ugh thlir'' will it- at lea.-r tight r .1 t *n
    -ti.rt r-. Thb- ,.-tlu .rur'-. ,.! r:"--.'
    i"- ralthir hlii-. r' i oallop away ft ; ., '.i
    i'I..n ian' SI1 l!4i'incturrg from the lairn, .*
    S,. ..r t -n n ; J ,lin F S !.
    ! m- ;';.;ir *nrm 'l ih, trid *: pu ,:-' t. !

    A. iu th'r < 4 tton %fill.
    '-. IMi \. S t'.. M-.ar-h 2'e.--A.r',h,.r
    ,..'*.,r it i]l lnia. ia i ':1 L7 ..* rtal ,.ap; ;l-;zitin f.r rti. y .,tr
    .\v -r the,- .-,. i*.~M m ark. 'Th lt :tr i.- :i
    .,u m.sio mill ar W i in,,na. nr .Au.u:-'a.
    Towtvel Fa<-tort For roek lHill.
    R Ki- H iI. S. C.. Mu r h -2;.--N. *.
    fiati u. ha\ i- .-in coincludled witii Mr..I.
    t'. Harringt'n of Now York !',,r th -.--
    rntilshm' nt of a tow,1l factory htre. The-
    pILnt v-ill ci st .5'0,j00.
    HBnefit of the carpet fund Presby-
    terian church.


    I l I 1-VUIIV ILL IUIUiVIL


    COURT'S DECISION

    He Will Refuse to Vacate the

    Governor's Office.

    TO AWAIT SUPREME COURT

    Sa.', 'rllerr -. .1i .\n A rw'-ement Thli t 'No
    ti \< V. ill I11 l:ade I ntll hie t .4 ie
    I. .'il:ily la ." I N >In by That
    Tr;li ni:tl.
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    . T..: .v i, i:, t. r in f r-: w hil. t Liy
    n hi r ..It .r 1 I c r ...:i \ii ','v;' a;>


    QUEER STORY OF A WATCH.
    D~r. I.141,tone'm lDn ammResult-i In Seri-

    ATIMNS'. Ga.. Mari-h 29.-tDr. S. K.
    L idsto nt' is the principle figuren in -o

    light.
    Alp lit twit vetr-A avr a v. 'iig iu

    wait h fni Diilr. 1 iadr-- .n VL.kvrN t,%4s
    thet Natth 4 t I.,Ut hti i. i f Nl t rs-. Taiut-4

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    Sh2 rl aifwt.riei uril NhI IlBurchY La-t.Ai-r


    Itdrill. ho -tIat-d. III rt-;wjn'ue to -b


    it.,i'i*r t..: :1 ., fl-i tilt.'rvisit' zi .1' i.li~. avl illw h i.;





    '~Fh- i.ur f at 4 ii~ha. no;vet~ I \ j. ktrib t *!.iot ii-l tit %. drl iLIti.i.n,l
    takeni ot- -.ie~ itl i .fl 1204t1t(i Cilt t ill t 611 i ll) Ill. NMr. Bu'rI1411Aheu iti
    innt",r it i'li-i t ;4)11 tti -.irthir itoiioltgoitolivr ~in,)!hi i r. hnliit nwha
    deI Ll 1ii1'v 11: 1 1 ~ jrtlI trurt1, il agre- toiiIlit!.ii 14t' 111k lito)tt1 tli ek.li
    ue t ,if th- it ti i-rv.4 ttfi !b.at r,' d t. wt'iii Mr, ''k iiitro- a wI- it -illit' d ehtiA
    hi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lr-i whor. ti-- qi-ttilv htthr i h wtl
    fitially tittIII- by the iInprill coti
    Th-e I[- ntidg up Vi, and I thaktIWindll:a.

    by th. !r agr't Ilir. iAt)in vacry tep I f-rthkei nd*1tl-%ac fDrLgslw h,
    detj fit t'.'1 'i)' u:l b.- iif fbi'rv Tight, g tooim IIhold ilt. lockitlIew. lw 1-
    inea 4i het< rCi frIxthi;d x itlJ>.t Tw nd MDr. 'h 2vt1. -Thrue aeril


    KIDNAPPED HER OWN CHILD.
    Hiad l i ven It Away but ( oid Not
    .Ilie VWithout It.
    C(iii.'vi S. C. Mart-i *2,4.--A few
    1ni, atiU ihLl'-t syo iauthy of pjit-ei-g.rl's
    on rth, triii fron Sauilter to C.i.11nbia
    \W '- ar;i')us-. \v', ha, Iila little, lhoy with h,'r "-'h toll
    th'-!n Ihit 'hill ihadl bh'n with orthr-r. for
    yer- and a.n th'v ri'fuurld iio ",', it lu'k
    h h h m r !i 'i !n iawiy. Si i1,il-" fritn-
    ti,' a)ppi-al-t to rhu b1-y lt re-,' .tn:'/ bhis
    iitrh *r, but h,- ,.,nld un'. Tii. wiinn
    dcla:-.,il she eonld not liv, without the
    boyi ani woulil work lher-I f ito death, if
    nl-te dt-, o', r his snpiturt. The ls'iinu-
    gplr raised ta tfuifd for the child aud its
    nilot.hor.
    The fos.tr pura-its will see it there is
    any prxo.ess by which they cani get the
    hy 1-ack froun his mother. Thiry are
    i rr1roke!.-
    IN INTEREST OF WOMEN.
    Naiitlomal Ieig-ibtlive Leaiigie O,-galiledl
    In New York.
    N:.;w YIK. Maroh 2:.I.-Ti.- Nutionail
    L'iA svlativ, ltiague' has I-.-ea forIild ill
    this itvy with .''Mr.. Lil:,- D, v,'rtaux
    IIttl.k a- presil.-it. 1'h1.-r ar., to e :ix
    .iiiip rtiant conniitte 4. anid th.i. l-a'uio-
    will hold n antalill oivivtii in Wiash-
    ingt- ,ti hue tiiti tIo )' se-,ttlii tin lnati r.
    Tho objirt of th, league is to obtain
    for wor.n i iiatlity oif h~ial. iiilustrial rights through action byv con-i
    grisSi ind tih,,e state legislatures.
    Il1i Deal In Timber Land.
    Koixvni.i.E, Miar-h i.-II. R. White
    and A. (0. Palnrtier of '.Co)nl-rslport, Pa ,
    are in this city negotiating fir th-e pur-
    -ha.ise of 25. XM)) to 30,(4)0) acr-'s', tf valuabl,
    tlinbwr linds in the tumountlinii -'4tion of
    Ft.st Te.iin-l s ,pe. Thit d-eal will involve-
    'about 0),0O). It i. understood the gen-
    ftl,'men will erect sawmills upon thi
    property nftr thi' transfer is madl'e and
    will saw. various titml-r- cut oni tht
    pri ',rty.
    Investgatiuion Continues.
    \% i-nN, ro w'. March *2).-The (,uerr
    A'Al.\'-ii inv-srigtion o1'nedl today with
    [nii outward -vidence of -existing events
    f y;str-rday,. although there was (onsid-
    *rably g,.l-natumd railltery am onng
    'ni'miHxrs as to when the "first round"
    would be' called. ( overnorStv.unenberg
    was again on tihe stand, with Representa-
    rive ILntz conducting the cro4 examll-
    ination.
    Verillet For Plaintiff.
    o.,vm'iikl 'I S. C., March 2!j.-Sonm eten
    in-,1ths axgt ) (. W. Warts of Barnwell.
    who wa, a i.-nit'nitiary guard here, ft-ll
    irt, n rut bi'iug niimade by the Seabnard
    Air Litii roalad ini order to, g-t to ittAterm-
    inal in lthi i'ity. Hei brotn'ht suit in the-
    iarln w-ll inrt for i1lO,Oi)) danmagues for
    :!ijuri,' rtr,-,iv-'d ani tit- jnry has
    twar it- l ni $7,.'-Al.
    A Frightful Blunder
    Will often cauae a horrible Hlurn.
    "V'.lid. t u: or Brunise. Hucklen''- Ar-
    tlca:i S.ilv the hb.-t iti the world.
    will kill :h. -iiiin ad proiirtp'ly hheil
    it. Cur-- )k! Sors, l,.v+r .rores.
    [l<'er-. Iloi!<. K.'lot,.- (orn .all Fkin
    l'.i-iiptioh,'B-. H1- t Pil. eur', oin earth.
    I )nlv -'.i' c'-, t- b ho 'ure liar:im.-
    tft-d. Sold by \W. A. I) Aletiibert-*
    !ruggi-:.

    We are Sole Aareits For
    -r7.-.r & Allmqi'. <'ili,-. M. N
    I .! ; :!"- 4i ev. l. :.i \ l P ; ..*
    Y'"'-m. nlie \W!ll P: iI,-I lul ilha
    -.f s pl-. JJ.F. R-n ,,1. No. I!
    N. Palfix. Plion illf3-. "4f-tf


    If the Reuv. Arthur t'nm-iti on Sunday. at
    the First Eaptist church. ,-ritinues too li
    talked about. Hi-4.som ilrismon of Charles-
    tol t i Sodom etc., is gll.nerally consid-
    erc l to have- l-i-iti toos weeping. and ht
    co;iti:iu I. t, 1 everily Crli'is-.d. i IM4
    arriiIlllilnwt of th. admilni.strattiou atIl
    the i tlie ,tem'irtiniunt huu t-'greatly exer-
    ci..'d the oiti'iatIl.s. iwho .si-em. to thbnk
    that .-il-nc- is gdlden. auid thl.ir h-eat ia-
    terests will I-. ci iunrved by not making
    a -itiat-iientl. Thi' si rti:jg lnmen.t, th-.
    "lliind tig md--" ani thi 4I--*i*. who were
    .-v,-rely handled al.re 'trih..i:ng in kind.
    Mr. Crani- :itand- to ivtry -bhurge hbe
    hau. Inade ali(d siays he (-ni prove their
    truth. Hlie i..d that the talk of the pt%-
    phl a:id t lenoticer. in the uewspaplrl
    ure not ihonest and le-itiumate ritician.
    but only -'personal atta.-ks." He will
    .devote 1.5 minute-' prelude of his der-
    nian nex't Munday night in reply to thel
    criti-i-i1 now bIing directed a himn.

    Where can you iiv,e.t money tr.o)r
    profitably than by buying a bottle of
    PRIC(KLV Asi BITrI-KS. you get
    tour for one. A kidney medicine.
    a liver Ionic, stomach etrenigtener
    and bowel cleanllr. Four me.dicines
    folr one dollar. So.d by Hannah
    Bros.
    Starrett-th A wonderful Ventril-
    oquist.
    lM.ilrnid .\>pp M!-iP-imi. ?an:-i-h J.- The following
    appI"intmni- ,.nr.. fn.un,'d, L'inlly on
    ri Iitrl,- I .,.-k awill iH tr Spring.-* W ,.-*t-
    ern ruilral!: lvy S. W. Fordye', proei-
    d.nit--H.'nry 0. Fllngnnt. general so-
    .ri+ntendillt and chi,'f *ng'in ,-r; H. V.
    MIartin, auditor nIl --eal tr-asurer; t'.
    W. I re-g ry. t',-nernd freight agent antl
    piat..-inger ajo-nt. with headil tth--at Hot
    Sprnigs;: S. V. F- rly,'s-. Jr.. otfie St.
    Iiiis. By Henury C. I lHeniing.i srperin-
    t',lndi'nntGt--furge H. PBnwn. wulvertioing
    agent at irttle R.ock. These. appuint,-
    nieuts are eff7'etive April 2.
    ax-Senator Sawyer Dead.
    OSIKMlil, Wi.., Mar-h JS9.-Former
    United Statte Philo-tus Sawyer died as
    9:15 i'c'lock t today at the residence of hi
    Ason, E. P. Sawyer, in this city. He had
    le'n in ill health and his illneo became
    nseiou. Tuesday afternoon. The attack
    first affected the stomach, extendiuf ti
    other ,organs. the aggravad d e
    finally resulting iu his death. He was
    S4 y,.ears of age.
    New Hlank Organlzed.
    OA.-.iF.Bnt'RW, S. C., March 29.-The
    First National bank of Orangeburg ha*
    r,'-uived its certificate of authority from
    the *-i iptroller of the currency to upW.
    uiii-sii-1-.s and as ion i detail ican be ar.-
    rnik'w-d this bank will comumenue upel-

    Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup isthe remedy on
    which you can dt-pndfi for tHi- tur- .f t po'u-
    i t-t'ctiil ,couKli or lung ItlTrectin lti
    >v i-u... r. to.- i ,old. It 1" tll ,nin .-t frf
    'flit l lin'*htwoo *ol'l. A *>ttle) t -.

    WIR'llL *ENCING.
    iFor th,- ii-xt.;: d-iyv- A. J. Wat-
    kini- u ill ,rl-r ,*rir in-ntal wir"
    fe'cin-ll ;it -u'h t low' ri trc it will
    -ur;i t i- verytv ily. Yo, Caun htv.-
    ;uii k i ld. frlil 2 f,#,-t too 4 feet hzh :
    or \oiit C ll.Vl- t the hoi. t *tild chi-':ipeto
    iron f.i-+ili oitf iAll kind-. ,W he' i
    .-< ii i. :ve %. om order it Win Johnis'i A
    .i i- r Hin- nla I oi i will v-
    Iitn.i:i-v 2t4d get flr-t--la- ui-ir an-
    ,<. W. Ik. A. J. W .A]lKI .N


    We will launder your -;'r,-,' '-..!
    15 cents eac. and make therm !o ok
    like new. -ar Laundry.


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    We area permanent tixtur here. Allwe anour nl
    want isa small part cf your patronage c..i.... .
    Call and lookat our instruments. THEY
    ARE BEAUTIES. DURHAM Cigars have

    Jrse FrCci Piano & Oran Co. no equal. For sale as
    11 S. Palafox Street. D 'Alemberte's.


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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900.


    CATA A FORERUNNER OF
    A CONSUMPTION.
    SVw reahze what a deep-seated, ohbtinate ,.-... -:d:arr't :., regartlive it as a simple inflammation of
    1he ,"-c anl- t'hoat. little or no attention :- : ;.it, !.-wever inis:cnificant it mayv st-en it first, it
    ,riu a':,! fa-reach:ing in its results
    T:wi- foul -cr--taons entering the c.rcula:io(n uroi.-n t:h e";ire systein. Tilen stomach, kidneys-in
    f c't all the orza:ns- feel the effect of this catarrhal poison andl when the lungs are reached its -rTo.ress
    -i rpi' and 'lestnic tve, and finally ends in consumption
    L ft- t uei.ily happens that the senses ofi i:carng and stnell art- in part ,or entirely lost. the soft bones of
    the no,.- eaten into and destroyed, causing inter-.e siffierixrg an'd greatly disfigunng the face While sprays.
    wa-hits .nd salves n:ay rive temporary relief, no permanent beneltt car. te expected from such treatment.

    CATARR IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE,
    and far bcon'l the rea,':i of mere local remedies. Those who rely upon them for a cure lose valuable time, meet with disap-
    pointment anld ;i!lIw the di.e-ase.t takt tirmer hold. Only a real blood remedy can reach this troublesome and dangerous disease.
    S S. S curt- Catarrh beca.--. :'. firt cleanses and builds up the blood, purities it, makes it rich and healthy, stimulates and
    puts new life into the sluggish worn-out organs, and thus relieves the s%\ teni of all poisonous accumulations.
    MriS Jw.ephine Pnhill ,,f IDir Wet. s. C writes- "I had Catarrh. which htie-mesndep. n
    seated that I wa% entirely deaf in ,:nt car arni al inside of my nose. includiing pait of the roone.
    sotethed sfl When the ri--t.*- had g,,nc t ;s far the phystcuan gav,- me up a incuraile I
    a 'rternne< l t tr\ s. S %t a lat :e'sor an: Esegain to improve at once. It Peni'd to gt- at the
    L*t of the di.tea*% and after :i fw -W uekl- eatnient I was entirely cured and for nm(rt than
    er e -vears have had n s:lg' I' t.he d-eawe


    S. S. S is made of r~wss, herbs and barks of wonderful tonical and purifying i
    properties. It is the only vegetable blood purifier known, and a certain a.d safe
    cure for all hbloo troubles Send for our tbook on Blood and Skin Is-eases, and at
    the same time write our physicians about your case. They will cheerfully give you
    :...- "' formation or advice wanted W'*. make no charge for this.


    Inlant~y Is iLis Plea.
    RsLEica. Mar-h 2!t.-Tho-. (itfente hin


    the ca,,e o,f Tom J.one-s. the noe-r to, bo
    tried here for murdering and buruing6iix
    peopIe, wiil be that hli is mentally in-
    capable and ha*. always been o and
    balLd not bh. haugod. but placed for life
    in th criminal nwan-- derartun-t of the
    liwte.n1i-tr'. Thi-r will b n, attempt
    It disprv h-.. **-rimA-.
    '.-,-l-hlenit ill Attend.


    lMeeting of )Doctor-.
    ATLANTA. March 2'. -- The twenty-


    sixth annual mi--rtini of tiq- ( ;-,,riaia Ec-
    l- etic' Mei-qial ;iaoesociatiini is Ie.ing held
    in this city. liPhysivins ar;e here from
    im;.!iv p ,'i,:h- f t'li' stat,- 4'nid a number
    of iut.retx';i T .-aj*t"- ar 1.-ing dis--
    cuts-l bv ti, in.
    I' 1 igattoll .Al.andonedl.
    Nt.w Ya:iK. M.ari h 2'.-T', gand


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    rainntiti,4,h- lii A - -1..lotrrtauipuu- iil-
    Ing 11il-mPr '11-a M-i'hnt]--v uvill i-iin
    to Charl--.-c!oyi daarai ag m'- National I.Au-
    atlt-inal o-a~- onIS~ventitl-ou and that
    If-ry probablok r(i-awniluin B hti1. ..mduax
    (Uiu)MIih 1tr -11-o'iii ,-f 5fthe 111114(1 (on1-
    odba-v.-rpan.%-. a!-I- ein tins
    ct.4y till thnOi !.I-E.

    -i~N ( 1.. March -!,4 -Jud'I.- PF')l4II
    h&- d-'tid-i Iazii-tvamt t-
    holding tmho t -.*-t>.t h-d "a
    m1. ailil grm tiai Ii-- Itju!IS-%i'n a-ska
    fity. winIchII 'AirISevent tnt.v!- cri -c-am -Ti
    Ajil hN. H.- h-liIthamtfia2 a'2 I if 1,07
    right tiv(-1111 th-:i'on-1. tlwrn' nuing a..
    law autb- Irlimn at.


    ii~u --nut- R .t i m&1~ -ip'IiV.


    Jaianrep-e Sersant In Favor.
    Jni.amnes t'-- iant- ;ire more and more
    !in dli:i:ma intl t .rv y3-,ir in Ni -w York.
    They are looked ui,in ils iimor elcapaile'I
    than any othli-r kind of domei-stic hel-p.
    Thi're 1< one se'rio;s olijoction to them.
    They litvi h their politeness nnd courte-
    sy on the masculine mnermblers of the
    household In which they are employed
    and cannot lie Induced to treat tle wo-
    men with respect.


    IHandsonme pictures, bric-
    a-brac, etc., in endless ar-'


    ray at rock bottom prices at
    Alarston c" Finch's.


    Ws.~u'iTi.Ma -.-h 'Th-Krupp, I will rpt-ar'Amr-V.tr w-i:ctt'-, and
    pktt-.. njanu1faetur..4 by mlii- I3-~thloeni'mjo-welry i% flr-t-i t a 'I- J 1
    ~g~'P cin filV his e..'.-i av--rv auc. 2''i S
    CMd~ I~l~tc -t 1"th L Iuw iiHea--
    pE'orig grounds. EE IyDO
    WINTLI.
    valid ts buy aW1 kluis It scoad1

    iddress Box 142.


    Coffee: Coffee.:
    lHc call the attention of
    the general public to the
    fact that we hare one of
    the best equipped Roasters
    in the South. an(d that we
    lan furnish this deliciouIs


    bercrare a(t' prices. tha/
    defy competition. 1 'e tlso
    wish to remind you that our
    Coffees are alh'cays fresh
    from the Roastcr. WI'hile
    others a re old an( d h a re lox/


    their aroma. ou r '.sv /;'s/i
    and delicio.'.'.
    .C'e Orleans GlN (i'ir'er,/ (co.,
    .I.. .<. Ji'l' I' II,


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    SWIFT SPFfIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
    Praises His Regiment.
    WAsnHIGroN, March -2S.-The war de-
    partment haA made public the report of
    Colonel George Anderson of the Thirty-
    eighth infantry upon the part played by
    that organization in the last campaign
    in Cavite province, LuAzin. toward the
    ,-nd iof January of the present year. Col-
    onel Andersou says the action fhe reg-
    itnent in every affairin which it had bevii
    engaged was sup-rb.l
    Negro Woman Malrderedl.
    Tu.- bodly ,f a negro woman has bLx-'i found
    in the woods near Hull (ov,-ered with
    1.aives. An examination showed that
    death was caused by violiene. A eoro-
    ner's jury was enilpaneled and the evi-
    dence pointed to Mack Henry. also a ii-
    gri. as the murderer. IlHenry liha; I-i.
    arrested and is now in jail at Tusei-
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    Ingelvm. tol- *- sste c- -- nto at
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    to burn wood.
    i for BILLS tl.,at li,. paid
    when he could.
    was thi- (O(AL that !..** fter-
    wards iboughlt.
    is the I)IRT al.l D)'ST tI.:it
    brought.
    i; the EVIL !.t -,, t;: !"z
    brought toi p~ass.
    w ak Ii- (P I I illn :.,t :i-i.

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    i-. the Il'1. ( ,,r f--, A it :Ii-
    i. tle 111 (i ,f A 1 v _-.i-
    t 'roug lit tio l "i- :..'.
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    llanot Ui f it. ifi!' J :];.
    JA K ASs.
    is 'e KITCHt-N v! A
    i-. thle fu l.
    ih the I.Al'NDI:Y. ,: -,
    b -til of 'emlll I 1.
    i- thle MONIY. -:v. !. :-
    i- fr NOW tl' b -l : :..- .
    i- th!. OIFFER.II-. :. (. n..i.v
    ill:lk*-.
    i- th*! PROFIT. d :,'t 1.1..L. ;
    lni-taik .
    is for Q('I.i. TION: -no "r.o.
    tion ;it all;
    i< thei RAN ;I ,..i -...i!l]b
    buiy be-fore Fall.
    is the SAVING y.-a t....k i:
    in- t,. TIM E :lid T!'l'il H!l; ,
    avt'el. too.
    i. ti.- U N I) IN f (' i f.-::
    ai t ;i-ift.


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    NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.

    JOHN XcDAVID,
    REAL ESTATF E AND NKFRACE


    Cii?: IYLLF: CITrY PROPERTY, FARMING
    S I ... 1 z ; f- r ,;; I : .'-., -
    a" "". AND TIMBER LANDS
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    FrU ,i :'I ani'r(. r' Croit-. bounid to
    Ctln(-attl ,v rian'l 1,;) j.i-At'-igrsi'.1
    SU1% I tl rpir. Thte stteani#r
    'New which wali ham just arrived here,
    rend. rcd hvr -'istamic-. It is not kn'ivwn

    .Arre~t((l on Ce~oa harge.
    0 Lux-Nifis. ( ki.. March 21". Will
    WIalIS. It V-411" whit(' 1101NamI iaIis It mill
    operative, Nvas libi'ct- in thi- county jail
    oni a charge of attempted criminal asi-
    sault. The prywircutor is Miss Mfary
    Sauls. daughte-r ). a painter, who more
    out a warrant ag.tinst himi.
    A CALL
    F-or Demnocratic 1I'rimiam-ics ard Con-f


    vent tin.
    l:e-olv d(t. That a conv-zitl on of t tie I'i-ni-
    i-cratic p ty of E canim il county .hftill Ie
    tw'ldl ll t'owt l olll tat 1; o'ilock noon oini the
    14th day of April. 1 .'., f(i. tit purpose oI f
    s.-liectin i t felv' i l12' p-rs-otis to reprI-se ilt
    b-. imllla cll Iunli t at thl- lilltlii t ( r ll InveI-
    llii to nt inailt it c.nidididate for Con-i re-
    ind for the ii urpose of *l- ctmng two .'t-|V ( I :.i
    pe'rii9s to r-pri*c( lit E-reitiibli t cmioulity it
    lhe StLate ( ilivlition at 'ucLi tii an 111
    place i' ii hyil lIt. 1 1 I x ily t h.- :t*>teanid Coi.-
    grl -it- n 1 111t' ii ililirt' It miiiml-it i*t ii-lt u lf r
    lhe purpo-' of !IelIectiL' a Countiy Execu-
    tive ( ii n:ii t:lle toi liolto l titi l i i ir 'i2uec '- A
    sor% s!:;;ll 1 be -,rl>cl if ill I;"i-2.
    'IThe pr-m'ict hi-- aflid -litll fi entitled t A
    the folio% ii- rreprir iitlioni at attid Coulu-
    lyCouv-l itioi ll
    No. 1. Nix%.' I
    No. -. K upfriaitn -.
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    No0. 4 Ftu IIi I
    N o. .,. II L ir. t I
    No. 7, li'en Harri ii Ti
    No C. i'rti ll
    No. .;luIl Iprinas-.
    No. I1'. 'a ard A l&lillt I'- I
    No. 1P, l alllnut 1.... 1 ,
    No. 14. Ptnitroit 1.S
    Ii. 1:;. Pt-u-aci L. i
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    N -. I-.% 1 **il- >'r la I
    N0. l'i, V'Int- ilhI 1
    No. 17, IBr,n' I'- ,,
    No. 1. -ilt\ I1
    NI. '.. Miilino I
    N <4 ) -*. It'll iat Iin :
    Fuor t lie pourvo-vu of elect inig ileletiateis fromti
    the set i-tral pr-inc-it n-i l bt s w 'L fortti liland
    for ll,- purpl-I' o iiit lminatiigK two ciliiii-
    dittti fur t l\- Hou-e of timpr'tienti tlve-, for
    ilii- purpi-- of nonmil natiiingt a cauiidllte for
    irlteillT, ai calttlidatle for Clerk of Circu.t
    Court, a caild:daite fir Tax Collector. it ani-
    aidate for Ta.\ Ase-sor. a candidat,- for
    Tr'-aiur.-r, a catinidatie- for County Judge. a
    ca;a.didtl-f lur aupe-rilitendent of ubli- lin-
    structiion. candidate- fr County 6ur% i-yor. L.
    a cam dliditte for Clei-ik if Criminal Court. ai
    candidiate for Jiltice (of Ptace and a Con-
    -lali- for .i.cond l i-itritt, ia cntil idate for T.
    .Austic- tof I't-ace for Fi l ith i itl cti, can-
    dillatLs for three mint-mbersof t county Scholi i
    Hoard, ii primary electiiin of the Demnio-
    crutiLc v(Otel"s of k.-alniia county hliall ti-.
    lild etil b wt, n theoll li ir.- of ) ..iii a. III. anill
    ;i. I i'l iTu( -day. tIth- l th i day lof April. .
    l.' inl ft r the l pUi piti---o. conl ductimn. -i,. I
    5:5; ti itn llo" uw iin iii sp itctoii ard clt-rk .
    .ill t -i ct ll li ii f ir t i-c'l y "a1'; Ct l I ll |n l K-
    po ll I i :
    'l i-clitit \o. l-C'ihan-..\A(idr. w N i-l (iaL2- .
    \ 1). ih>-l1, sl-ipectl)r- ; A rcirl, |*-lit'h i.
    fr ...::i.'t No. - \ i i rat\,y. LI-oan!iti,|< A
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    for Infants and Children.
    Castoria is ft harmless substitute for Cator Oil. ..
    goric, Drops and Smothing Syrups. It i PI'.lea.,ir. .
    contains neither Opium. Morphine in.r othi.r N.. ..
    substance. It destroys Worms and allIys -'.rin, ..
    It curec: Diarrlh'a and Wind Colic. It reli.,. I, ,
    ing Troubles and eiires Constipation. It regul.at.t,
    Stomach and Bovels, giving healthy artl natural :,,
    The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
    The Kind You Have Always Boug:O
    Bears the Signature of __


    In Use For Over 30 Years.



    h s H. Turner,


    P. ARCHITECT*-:


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    general Contractor

    nilding. z R pairing. Mantel iand (r.tr t *tin'. 1'1 : -
    amid (ia;- Fittinig:.
    L Complete Plumbing Department under, :A:
    Management of E. B. Morey.
    f \'iAr tit DI iins., E-itimatef-. Plani and Specit, i. m
    ig of All Kiud-, Prepared on Short NI-tic,.
    AW A Li:rL:e and Carefully S- !I-e:, I Stock of Fin- ,
    ling of All Kinds. KBath Tub-, Cl' --t .ia.d Houi-,h!iold A; ; .
    ot Water aind Gas Fixtures.


    o. 19 S. Palafox St.


    :: Telephone No. 345


    itizens National Bank
    OP PENSACOLA.


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


    JOHN F. PFF:IFFE1.
    4A.
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    608 A% r) Gors %,,. ALA I*OX STREET
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    REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLIN
    GALVANIZED WIRE POPE, A. RUS8EL & BO


    GUgs:,Cgoriaga, Filgt:, pis, I uticallIastromsuta, 11 s
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRDAY, MARCH 30, 1900.


    Young Giris

    How .a5y i i for young
    itris tobe other "decline."
    Sheyea less and less, become
    = paler and paler and can
    haddy drag through the day.
    They are on the steady down-
    ward course. I does them
    Sno good; cld e Mnd bit-
    ters allfail. la heyl edl food
    that will nouris them better.
    ind a medicine that will cor-
    * (t their disease.


    j'Scoff's Emulsion
    Of bohoMt &.deg*yMW per-


    quu better colw to fthe(ame
    *The hvopophosptites of W" eand
    4e .actas a strong toic to the
    6 ra,"',tt Soon the weight increase.









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    * :,:-. niltM It II:IN'. t"'.ii still Il-
    a ,n, '. :;.Al :11I that t(ie<. az.l

    . 'a. 'I t i:a. i' tin Itln 1 fior-
    S ii : t r hl,'. t ." t, nt' 1 \. na ll

    t : |tr,>u* t kil'0t)rw sIt I V-
    *. ; .-:rr:a. .' ;f I,'. t u:ai not
    j ' Ir. n oti"t alSS OF F SH

    &LASS OF FASHION.


    71 TI'


    THE BOERS AS SEEN


    BY AN AMERICAN

    Julian Ralph's Indictment of
    Their War Methods.

    ARE DEVOID OF PRINCIPAL


    luau s;g~wrlo:ile '.I.n.l e~=I~rjie~tr:amted ')
    1'heiema -'d l cI oi ncram 1 i4e'4i f


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    1Udu',r'' aci' thu ii. I,!, lv Iy
    ..t 1It. wh- r '-71l111,catt 1. gril-.
    '~ 2 'u:h 'fl' h. h-. Jiire up.--'I w ltit

    tiny h. u.u-. I --%-,-r xNtw.i~. rc;) the c-alins
    (-f frti i'i L't'v' s in the 1.nite14d State,.
    T'h,:ir cavup.. and P"t..nugho1.ts from which
    we Iaa'o routed them arn' the' tilthil't-s
    E&L ;I bavvx knotwn nmen (of any eort tol
    vpin. and I have *eoenrild Indian, Chi-
    ni~ewand Tturkish (-AmiiM andL( he clumps
    of many eckats 4oMalav men. A.; to their
    twemvnry wid he .u ii- I have wien and
    heard i wifteiciat "of their nxwardly and
    d &..Artlv he'havii.r beta irat Yeoman at
    KilAwlelF.But iwre I flud they havoc
    1",Ii K~ty ofdifferunt and ori-ginal
    em~imutle.,. HeLre thev kille'd(our w,)uad-
    t-d and muWittheir b d x.inaIt r' ew aft*-r
    ie" -if the f -my-,slout 'f4 wi.Ifte'r
    v ,-;. h'witig till th- wt-14 fihow*anail"'
    if' h.urr.-r I *fIli~h'' 1.'.a -if our e'aapLei'ing

    to-nit t 1.h anIwhi-Ai 'h the Doers ha~tv,#
    iti t ixlie' itli' r 1 e h i' v 1 :wt' itg r the'
    (,,I -'iva 'vt.n-. -r 1. ',h.At tS'io1n, )!i-:.jor




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    'ut" x~i~l ..it.A. h t ita -'- )I.-- It Ian


    *r:.w'.hav.- Is-f t-iitth -i~t \%I))' '..T-n,
    ~'1;-ti. fal a -ahf r I ii.- IIutuillhacit'lit

    11 airt W"1111it.1, 41,111 41 .-I- c rr
    Ass.OwV a'aimdeltoA'.1'Ai fli ( %1111,ifth.

    4Cllt hnitin~e' vig. nevearlt kill.d\%-vim

    gor~tadt r jert- z h..1t%%.~ti-twwni.axuv a
    Awarded Isik t'. le'l, ne cmha' a itily i
    Wayn.%\TndeMrlthei :.-T ohe 2.1.kisacr-

    h' tm av.lneU thevii fighing' huh. ti the i
    t.im'iy t if ilel, pi,'vr' h'it centuyha\IUi


    allows This!


    n "'o Wq ,ffe.r (One Hundred IDollars ri'--
    - ''~%:rl foar anyV (':1st of C'atairrh that
    -:tei:),be' Cured by Hall's Catarili
    * a *~ IF. J. Ctt ENF'a'. & C-I.a Tc'ldo. 0.
    ~ 'fea)r t 1) v Ila-t I17e 'y #,:# r-.
    i~eI i'd a,'a.'e I aIIi 1e'fe'ct l-V IIIIiii, Iit. IIalI'
    i~:iabt~alI~'t. e'teeca'rry out III%-seoh-
    ii,.'.itI'' l avnfe- lithoelr firm.
    Wi & T It I -.k 'x.

    %I III ii\. .lI N N A X I N I 'l'N .
    W I; ,! *- 4 .t ) .-'it Z !('-tare' I- : k'A t ra-
    HaH C~irta Ciir i-* ak*nI


    A0 3i A


    Five Thousand Rolls
    P '.'- i '. 'i ,, t. -'


    t. A
    | :', ... ,- .I...


    ( 'Oirth'ible mat t"resse.s.
    pillo)us, ,t,*'.. to go with f/oul
    ntc- furniture. )'ou can
    bu, the whole outfit from
    M.larYton < Finch.


    Women are Like
    Flo erO S Healthy andstrong
    flowerI they b.ossom
    and bloom. S;ckly. they w,.her and
    d e. Every woman ought to look weil
    and feel well. I''s herr:ght an. dut:.
    La she m!:ght as well try to put out a
    f re .v.h o.l a. to be health; and at-
    .r: v..: .w:th d:sease corroding the
    organstha make herawo.nan. Upon
    the.r hea;:h depends her health. If
    there is inflamrmat::n or weakening
    dra ns or suffer;rg a .the monthly
    S : : at'r.d to it at on:e. Don't
    ade.a.'. YDu re cne step nearer the
    gra-.e every day you put it off.
    W--r.en can z:and a great d'al. but
    they cannot h e forever w:th disease <
    dragg-rg at rrost dehcate and
    o tal rgans in the:r bod,. ''c- r-ay
    have bi.en deceived in so-called cures.
    V.\ n't see lw y .' c t1 h-:ip it--
    S : *v-, !.w i i.-.: "h \\'r s s 'ff on
    7 7rk '. t:,:t v-1 w -,n't 1W dis-
    S :. d in lrt.,:fit; F* .:n le R*,-
    S*r. \ i r :: i, th n fll 1-
    n ear.h fr *vo :;.Tn'\ *'... T"ler
    . h .liffoernc, ItVv. "tn i: I
    .r .... d I,.l r,.re .d!ws a'- ;o,.re is
    S an : and \v nt. Ira '.:., 1"..
    .' ", R.. '.t',.c r -, ha-s th pl.i i,
    S;- : :.ns, pr< ,n,,"v rek.i.ar:tv.
    S "., pu'r: I. an l,.. 1n -.. It
    -, ", .t'l iti;;.: q.:> klyv aitxl :tvl" andi
    :.." V..'y. Itisf,,rw, w 'r.ena : rt..'ode-
    S 6'%e w\. h-.thr they will ie healthy or
    B: !. 1 : !.:; .'s Re<;lat ,r l:es at
    hand. $1 pir bottle at d: ugK t,re..
    Se"nd f car afree booklet.
    TNt BRADFI LD RGULATOR CO., Atlesat, Go.


    DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
    COTTON.
    Nw YORt. March 29 oPrn cLwm1s
    January. .............. 8 04 .... .99
    arebruary...................
    Mareon................ 9 30 .... 9 16
    A pril................ .. .'.A 0 .... V -
    May.................... V. 67 .... 9 2
    j m ................... 9 28 .... 16
    July .................. 2 .... 9 LM
    A g st..................... .... v 0
    deptem oeI ............. 8.45 .... 8 3
    October................ i .... 8 12
    .Novmtbr ............. 04 .... 7 98
    Deommber .. .. .. O .... 7 W8
    Spot cotton cloed1 quiet ,4 decllaa. mihl-
    \litac uplinds bs iniduliuggulf it0.. Sales
    926 bales.
    GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
    CaIcAGO. March 211 orP c.0os
    WHKAT-March '...
    WERAT-May ... 6;,' 67 .... 4i,
    WULAT-JUT ....
    WHAT--epteibr r
    LvoN-- i.arch. .... b7
    toaB-May ... ...3- ,'. .... 3
    Loali-J uly ..... ... .
    Lo01tN--epterf iter 3., 4
    UATS-M&4rch ........ 'A..
    UA a .. *' ; *.... a43
    UATS-July ..... '*a
    --March. .... 12 t5
    PORK-May............. 1 63 '.2: .... 12,5
    PoA KK-Juiy ... ....... ..4..3
    L.AD-March .. 6 4".'
    iEaD--May..........f 5 3.l 6 ',....A 4;,
    LAKtR-.July ** *** T1 ,
    Klf -A trcll. .. .... ( 7l>
    Ktti--M1a. 6 70(3 75 .... 6 3,)
    Kl -s-JuIy ..... ....6 57',
    NAVAL STORE i.
    \ i~ r 1 N ..Mar'h 2.4.-S;>irti
    turp;i'it eite tn. ;) s'.ii, srt'a f l I, ulla'Ii.ian ed: receipt%
    'riie turpentint qui-t at $2 (eti .
    r.-.eipts 3 Tar stea.y at $1 2.' receipts
    SAVANNAB. March 2:'.-Spiritte turpea-
    tine tirt at 5.1 receipt. "s,; sales ,'*
    expor's 1 7. Rotin p,,lef nominal, other
    t:rile's firn. receipts t37, sales noie; ex-
    p rts ll,.*tJ.

    Be t op The Kind You Have Alays B sgt


    Cosiv-s intlon .Callt.
    'i ho ,ixter'Itit atinual n. -+tina" of
    t h" Woilil*t C (hristian T-imnperaice'
    'ifon o f Flori(l;i, will bh hhldl it,
    (aii(-svill,. April 'rd. 4th nrid tllh.
    The flrst ses.-ion will be at ; p. in..
    of Tne-daiv thf third.
    MiN s IlBelle Kearney of Flora.
    MiQ-., will lzive the convention a6d-
    dr~', adding intter-t t." the i cat-
    -iOtl. A lI.;'I; (. ItKou'N,
    MAR J. (Gi.ENN.. Pre-ident
    Record inSg ec'y.
    EMPLOYMENT OFFIlCE.
    Ring up 3.2 or call st the oflict.
    :1 North 'Palafox .tret. whrn int
    need of a carpelnter. B. I). Hotfman.
    Bt inid Joixers' Union. will furnish you
    with tli desired help oun short no-
    :ice. i.25ttf
    If i!). are rea 'f/ to o to
    h mse-keeping, let MAlarston
    SFin ish/ furnish i/otr iholt se
    for !/ou. They /uill safe you
    inofeif. Your credit i.s oo!
    with lthemt.
    J. I. St,, ph)'n- ti-a ; a lar_.,- ;i---,rt-
    '.tet ,f nid v tll,,i,"r rilvn r and
    R{,,t;,.r'- Knf va,. Ftrks and ',,, i


    I HE HEINE ACADEMY FF MUSIC,
    N o. N.'rti l't latf' : n :r- t.
    VIISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
    MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
    ,. j ,; l !ir \ *. li'. l H1 I 'S . t l I. 1. -


    Best Patent Flour.
    Our Best IR'd 1 Royfal
    Patlnt /is ts he1 i st //'ur thIat
    a(iI be prodiluccd b ,!an,'
    nill.
    Forget .fIe .Xot i.s one oi
    the best Breakfast Food I on
    fhe market.
    1 made b/il The 0. E.
    Stanard .11111i Co. and for
    qale by .Icw Orleans Gro-
    cery Co.
    J.AS. AI'HUGH,
    Phone 105. Proprietor.


    FOR BALE. PROFESSIONAL OARPS. POLITICAL AWnnOUlCEIET.
    At a bargain. 76 acres (30 nrfer LT LU
    fence and cultivation, the balance '' FDr. r lr
    woodland), : of a mile north of Co.r- D. (1aree.u10 $ ereary, For Repre ma.n-ive.
    dova Park, with 4-room houe., barn I fherey' announce -mv.- If -a a tn.idate
    and two stables. Price $(W00. For rPhySif P r o-ril,. .. r, ,nt,'.c: t .
    further information., apply to W. R d ;mocrC-c pSuu-e "'e
    Doun la-.s on place, or J. E. PDuhni- ...-'... wet,re. orre.': C t .H i. F
    son f& o., citv. l3nil .... .., :.. -


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


    k'C1.Patatrx 81r.t- H.t. P 'a. su i hr'v n utFor yc ~ ~x~ d
    j ~fir Rprese'tntatai *''f I'sanixamh I .iaatv ain
    liel~'g..auIi e'~ i' e'tLip thle Is1~aemocraliad
    DR. Wm- C. DEwBERRY. Prair. r",.*.


    OFFIOE-Hanzah Bros.' Drug kore. I


    R'ESIDEWOE-400 E. Jacksou Stree


    LODGEUDI RECTORY Wm. 8 Marean, M. D.,

    KNIGHTS OF __rYiHIAS. ,Ho0m0ioatic Physici2i and lnrIfOD,


    Pensacola I1odge, No. 3, K. of P.
    meets every Monday even-
    ingat ::. at Cautle laHi
    gin Hutchinson hall. West
    Intendencia street.
    Visiting brethren cordlall'
    adBd welcomed.
    H. JUDSVIN.,
    #c H. HORqL.EM. C. C

    W. 0. W.
    Live Oak Camp No. I WVoo(laan oftlih
    World.
    .Me,'t< first and third Friday night ir.
    eah b months. \Vlitlng allyv inv't'd. W. W. WATSON,
    S. It. u rs.Clerk. C. C.
    -
    WEEKLY iMCIHED ULI.
    FOR STEAM DIVISION
    PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAlI
    HALLWAY COMPANY.
    Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
    Bayou, Palmetto i.each, Warrlngton. Navy
    Yard and Fort harrancas at
    6:9 a. m. arrive at Fort Barracas 7:16 a.m
    111.0 ;a.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas Il0 45a.nj
    1:0W p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancaa 1:45 p m
    8:3 p. in. arriveat Fort Barrances 4:.l p m
    6:15p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancaas 7:(1pm
    *8-00 p m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:46 p.m
    Trains leave Fort Barranca. for Poena-
    cola at
    ?:30 a. m. arrive at Pensacola...... :15 a. a
    11.o0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 11:4 p. m
    2:00 p. m. arrive at Penaacola......... 2:46 p. im
    5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola ... 7:45 p in
    1:00Dp. m. arriveat Pensaoola......... 7:45p nm
    *8:46 p. m. arrive at Penaaeola......... 9:30 p. a
    *Saturdays only.
    In effect Dec. slt, 1IS.
    SUNDAY 11MUDUDS.
    L ave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrane*.
    *a.m. 10 a. M.
    11 .m. M a.
    l a.a 12
    1p.m. 2p.m.
    S p.m 9 p.m.
    .m 6p m.
    6p.m 6p.m.
    6 9. a l .aP.M
    6p.m. p.m.
    PARK FOR WEEK DAYS.
    Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 4k
    Pensacola to Navy Yard and return .... 856
    Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
    FrAR RFOe SUNDAY
    &0eneaon'a to 3rt oarranoas Navy
    ard and return .......... .............
    Pensuaola to Palmetto Boeah and
    No freitbt r-ceived after 8:11 i. "m.








    GENERAL INSURANCE
    &-NID-


    Real Estate Agents,
    PENRAOOLA. FLA.
    PRESENTET TWENTY-TWO OF TH k
    LEADING FIRE, LIFE. MARINE,
    ACCII ENT, FIDELITY, PLAIN E
    GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
    STRANOB COMPANIES. . ...
    j'e 'al ACS oof il Wnitablt

    LiUe Assmaice Society of thc
    Uitei States.
    tH.r IA P POtsDKNG tOKIJIThRD.


    H. A. WATERS,


    Late (of Ocala. F'la..
    Ufferis has pro(fessonsl sPerviems to the citi.
    z sof itPensacola.
    EsPokpaal of teution iiven to t he' t r-ainen t
    of k- bromIc Li.*a-em an~d l:. ttf
    lirvY,-tbr. lract,:ce :11 tho- S01101.
    Ib ctii 11 uUr% : I.-a. In t -)I'-, I n. f t) 4 p. im.
    R#4sadence Pkioue No. :o..
    Rro#wailoutit(it[Ii le&nar--)Lsbou 3


    Dr. Wilnmer

    DENTAL SU
    Masonic Temple.







    WIBOLEAL:

    Palafox S
    Pensacola, I


    Tn rl ico


    -ii


    For sheriff.


    I li.'rehv announcia my-ielf ap a eandidatg.
    for Sh.'r'tiff n I'*cainjbi County. and ro--
    vip--,truZly i"k fthe support of my fricadg
    Mild vqotei % (if the viunty. If eiev-ted I will
    da..*iharae the duties of said officertt2cientty.
    fairly and imiparhially.
    W. H. H VOit vsa.~w.
    For Sheriff.
    I herelby announesnmyself as a candidate
    for ree-elcetion to the Offie of %heriff of Ks..
    i'aMbta ony Florida. and Pol 71:t the put-
    frngr-sat..] interest of all iny fi.end..
    ki&Kofe.KF:. !WIU.
    For Sheriff.
    I hf-rehv announce~ myoelf it candidate, for
    ~heriff of kseambia county at the @so~uing

    Fi'r Clerk of the Circuit 4Court.
    I here-by announnos myself as a candidate
    for re.,.ltection as clouit of tbs circuit court
    of Fwismbia county 4 he" vcsuing oeletion
    and m-sk the su pport 09 the Voters.
    A. M. N C 341 LA V.


    For Circukie le, k
    I announce my randiddacv yfr Ilerk of theb
    J RL OD 'I, lcarcilt 'oeurt oif E- itania o,;.nty. 'uje, to the o ittion of the r exa.u'e g li-morratic
    Phone 364. piMnari.... R. ... L. ,DIEL.
    For ('ir'uet ('I-rk.
    STo thi' VoIters of Fcamaib.a i county.
    I ther-by announce mu'-rief a candiidate for
    the othct' of clerk of the cmirusat court ,9
    8 F '| t binh coun nty a-il -* ill ibr pleaded to)
    s* Vo9 iv, tie*v th sipjiort of av friends and the
    i voter, g-n-raly. .1.>iN i. I aK I. RIA.
    I'For Tax '.llrector.
    SI hre'by announce rmy,*lf as a candidate
    for re-t-lection as Tar i'olelfctor of E icam-
    hia county. and ask the -support of my
    friends and voters generfllv
    street, A. H. I'ALKHRseTRh.
    Florida. T Sr Tax Cislector.
    The many friends of Judgee V. 1. Ponitay
    having obtaintedt bis eonont herteby aon-
    nounce himn a a eandlate foir Tax Collecrtr
    of Escambia county at the ensutng election.
    MA NA.Y TVTab


    ILLUAJ.L5 OU .LVUU 01For Tax Aaesmi.
    I hereby announce myself as a candidat
    for Tar Asses or of Epanhmia county, oub-
    We chltlene ithe world Jectto tl etion of the emoeratie prima-
    riv. II ferleted I expert to meet the appro-
    to produce a remedy equal 'ation" o"f ahe tax payers and will do my
    duty in evry detiatl as I did when I bel&d
    the ofBce before.
    to the Matchless Mineral Oo. R"s"s.
    oFor Tax Aaneeuaor.
    [Water for the cure of In- The candidary of William W. Richards ta
    .7 hery onngiunre*d for re-lection a" tax a-
    (fl.eStOn, DyfpepStia and v.o,*er for FlCanmhia county.*sulbjct to tbh
    Iajtioni of the. democratic primaries.
    all forms of Stomach, Bow- Fr., 'un.,y Trea.,rer.
    I anfoin.'e mnyse .f s a candidate for
    el Troubles and Skin. Dis- she ,..,, of County Treasureor. ,uhjet tto
    Sthti riii oft thie demorratlc priraaary. and
    eases. Guaranteed to cure ak the. support ,,f ,y friend. A.. .
    or money refunded. Cost Fvir o'..un, Trea.urer.
    it' > 1 t h nr,,.v uanicune' "miy"if at a i at :deidatm
    only J e,'nt.s a ay tO tSC i. fcr ia-n S'lultv. 'ujec't t ot a demialeoiat the I-uil e
    ( ieiiocrlati. "primary election. sml re-%pweg-
    One dollar bottle last rtivenl- fify ..olicnt the. uppoirt of tie voti-r- of th.*
    nront, ripleIdging Inmelf for the* future tWhe
    fty dy--,s. i-Hii fihul pnrforiinn- f of duty that L
    ty dayhasv. ,indlMor,-l to fulfill tdring mv m pa
    7o. at- irf ihe office. J. W. FATKu.
    For sale by all dru tists:'"'""" "
    For Jaotice f< uhePPeace.
    also T. T. Green ,'C (o' 3d I hpr-h.yannoune.,,y candida-y for r--


    S. Palafox Street.
    OR ADDRESS


    W. W. WILKINSON',


    Greenville. Ala.
    Testit.ri)a-itl From Judge Gaston.
    (.REVLNVII.IE, Ala AuW. 10). 1'.i.
    I tiako c -.iat pleaqur, in certifying to t l
    tirlry alindl the incrli i f Willkin.on' Mateh-
    1-4.. tlin'ral Wat-r. 'Thibi natural mineral
    ton.!, to nmy per- oinal knowledge. Is taken
    from a well thrl'ee tilei' asut of (Greenville.
    In ttio exact condition in which it is sold. I
    hlve .eu thi waitter uied. ith wonderful
    success. fur dyspepsia. indigestiln. suore
    eyve and for eruptive diseases. sores and
    ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
    ' *r thpse trouble,. I do not believe its
    equal exists. It is highly recommended by
    pbyVciare for a number of disoano..
    Z ..L ( Judge of Probate Court, butler County,
    Alabama.


    Butcher and Green Grocer. 5
    ]PHONE 172
    Fl-'rch. Tennessee and Native Meats. ~BAUsM- of Copalia,.
    Chickidn.i and Country Cbe-.and .Injectot..
    Produaeo Dail They mmrin 48 liourthle
    Shop, Rear of JohnsoD A Son'S Stope. smed tOLD*Vu~aLLw hJ
    INTI:NDENCIA STREET. --




    re t bitte ssand. Isi&
    4.?' I::rsRUT -f yow ru t -t 4.ior -.1ma 5..uI
    tV, WolwS.4 I.i*. hype..
    Kexiise~~gs Meda..squre. PUIL4.. PA.


    elte ct i sn t t .) tflie orfiiJIt,"*- it"he e ava-
    for th' M 'Seondl Ilitilret'. **ubhje.t .,) the :t'-
    lion of thb- nominating pa lmari-e.
    liOVKt4 Joa.I.
    For J.oseince of she Pa ace.
    At tbhe ,ugg,.qtion of numerous frirndie. I
    hlereby announeM my candidacy for .lult'.e
    of the' Peac- of twonil dt.ricl. .ulbject, to
    the action of the noninratinir primnarie*.
    JAXM.& H. LAXD'WI1.-
    F'or i I nan a candliiat, for county supe rinten-
    dcinit of public initructiori. nubjew.t to the
    denitmTratic prinar..je. I re-p-'ctfully t-
    licitt thli sufTrige of thi,. l.cEcaibitna county
    voters for thle above-namiedi po-iiIion.
    JAusa. M TATE
    fr',r !t<;lI< I ?m|*s mnli.Iemit.
    To theq Votter4 of EseaNainhi 'fintty:
    I herelby announce my*.lIf a candidate fie
    Hup.rintendenrlnt of P'ubilil I ntruttion SIo
    F;-cambla county and auk the supportut f.y
    friends and voters gtnuerally.
    4 J. RELL.
    Jor Sups ItIntnd at atruction.
    To the Voters of fEcambia county: I
    hereby announce myself a candidate for r--
    election to the office of county *sperint.n-
    dent of public instruction and will be
    pleased to have theb support of my friend
    and voters generally at the coming demo-
    cratic primary election. N. II.CooK.
    For Member school Hopard.
    By the request of friends I herehy an*
    nounce ny candidacy for member of ZI-
    camhia County Hchool Hoard fur Northern
    l'hird, district. ul,'Ject to the action of
    the democratic primary.
    A.C. HRKWTOM.JR.
    '.or Memlber "elloil Itoanl.
    Yielding to th. urgent request of fricalo .
    I have d'ciddrl to again h*-come a randadant
    for nif-intihr of the <-tsch(il toard of EN ambia4
    cou.inty. -ubject to the action of the 'lemo-
    cratic priinaries. F. WAICIO
    Fop'r Me slher '*lt|e
  • The friend. of Ma. J. I'. HTsWA .,onf Wal.
    nut Hill. hiatving %o.*urird hi%* con1'st
    he.roe'y rtinounce his candtdoncy for nmem-
    ter of th- I.A'ftrimbnia 'loiniv c-baool Hoar.
    for th i- northern l dtrict. stjhj ect to thr ac*
    tion of thle dernocralle priiauriaei.


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    Dannhieisser Bros.,

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    The Jug Trade

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    All Kinds oa Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
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    STHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. 5


    the southwest us far a Sabine Pagse, CHARTER IS APPLIED FOR.
    L OCAh NE IS N TESI -wriere they also have bu-ine^s con- --I- .
    ne-tion-. Step.. Take, to 1iaild New Railroad
    Mrs. Bowler and little baby S iralh. In Alabama.
    left to-day f,,r Montgomery to j >tl1 Ml\T .o.:,:i:V, Ali.. March -9.-Peti-
    , r e rur'- a nd r~ Mr. Bowler. ti.,n for th.- in<. r', ,-rati,.in .f the- Chatta-
    ... ... :...,.rr,,. A special memorial service will bt h,,'hee Vallev railr "i"' ".- .......' t ith- 1 at Temple B,-th El this eVein- with th e- -re tarv of start'.
    hill. when Rabbi I. E. Vli.lt.l h.. :i,,n -v. that rh sulri.rs
    S. , ,f ( a:r.--:,;w :n. wi!l pay a tribute of re--p't" to th-
    t-:-, a!,i;l nin-mory of the gr,.;t J.-wi-! divi.*. d-.ir. ii t,, firm t c.,rt, ,ration fir the
    R. v. I- aac Wis-4. who di-Id at (in- i.ur;i. of :;ai 4 \ ',.- f ,rewton): i- : eluati, March 'L'G. 'uildig :.ud >op rating a railreiad under
    Fire on the roof of 4r W t. ntnifi the Ci;atttahl .te Valle.v
    S! (. l.vyioft. Lu.i- ar- ire on the roof ,f 41> V"-t G(;'d- Railway co,,intny, th tininals iun Alu-
    S.. T : .i th. Morning. d t-den street. owned by Joe Winn. I banim to i,.- at soA)u point in ,or near IAu-
    S"l t F.-..>i.bt hi. led th e departmen-t out at 12:15 3ett nd in or n ar Phvnix. Tlt amount
    ,. :i'. ,: ,,f N-w York. a retired o'clock thil afternoon by an al rm i thotteit itil t,ock will I'nx. The atii-
    ,..-.,,i. I- t',I.pptngat the J-- from box 35,. The fire hadJ caught vided into. shares of $1K)e.'ach.
    from sparks and wa- quickly extin- The ,corporation is organized for the
    w, ( .i. ll.4f St. i,,i-. raii- tgul-led. Lo-- abh.ut $ ;.oo. covered purpi,.e ,o'f oonnet-ting with. acquiring
    t ,t. M cLta'n:ti- v.-terida by insurance. or conis,,lidating with a railrhial in (Geor-


    .,:,. Passengers coming oin :he 4:15
    1i ,ad- .. r J d ;if,4 ,0 train ye-terday afternoon repor-ed
    Si I are- gu-td wife of that a turpentine operator at Molino.
    -.. Iv .M:. are gue,--t at te ,named Moore. had shot and killed
    a necro named Griffin, employed by ,
    .ad Mr-. Starrett and E. Ma-- him, it being stated that the killing
    f New York, are regi-tered at wa- done in self defense. No de-
    I-, abittai. t.tls of the shooting were given.
    .... A. William of Meridia:i. The lritish steamship Wincheh-
    -- I- a:i .r tl..U-,I regt-i-'red at ter. from Savannah and Pensacola
    M,.,.i<'antt. for Yokohoma, has. been floated and
    S"itr arrived at Perim. She grounded
    .or wHife ofl Miitgoma ear Shleikeyd, Marchl 2., as before
    'r at i. -':nba y-- reported, and all efforts to float her,
    ~: i vli, have been utnavailing until thi4 latit
    : a:.d Mi- Heall of 'C.iicintati attempt. ihe is leaking very iitile.
    :*,,iti ye-toerday'- arrival- at and her rudder and propeller are not
    l--c.nibia. damaged perceptibly.
    .. tW da-i'!.:a .-l a;,i .La-. Owen-. a colored ho y i;n-
    .litlnued. whi- t0.-. ,ilice- court p|,, ved at tile Pittl mill-, waQ arrost"d
    :,1 m,l-aurr.iit:. t!ii- morning by Officer Win. I)'ws
    ,t I'.tkhi lt *c to, (' n a warrant sworn out by Ed. Colt -
    SI.a.tr' 'a. irl ". ie tn. charging him with a-,aultiL
    I l;.. .try ,it ,for ; lt .l,,n 11111i w ith a fen e- picket list ni2'it.
    x -trie l1-: ti !.t. ''le boy (aiiIi'd that lie diJ not
    ( I. \V l 'it.' i if l'in. |A;trr' 1n ar- strike him -, the' ca-e wa- ccr:tlln-
    S: .-t 4eld V ;aft'inilO, ul a iAl I!ed until t,-I:lorrOW moriI I:; -. tLat
    *-' t-I at tile M. r('l.illt-. aiire w it!' e- i,,ild ht)" obt.i.llid.
    1 I:lsi-'. -te..,i :-.ip; A rlina .. :. T'1 I.adi.-'Coifd .rate MIinoii il
    n ,.i'. I t 1 i t !. rhlt fro!,; t. :a--,-,iiiatn Iillet at H hotel E.-cam ') a
    S. a l'...L.t fl..- -'ow-.a-way-. \-.--T.-trl:iV atnd elect d i lottitler"- ;-
    S. iiw--: P1re-ident. Mrr. A. S. Mal-
    1: N' rwei..a.i !.ark .ol:Atide w-r a- lr v,-'' 1'r.--ideant. Mr-. WV. D.
    ,i ..t ,i I. ,ti t 'It.r :n" e y.- .te.rd.,y '( ;ley. --cretary, Mi-- 1artlia
    '. .t 0 o tie -ty t- load. -'' :,,- .-i:rer. M r-. l[.tur,: T'[ ,i ii-
    T: ,i. lfw itii v'---el- art, reported tin. A c.iiiim uittee a appointede d to
    Sto-,. I'l,,t-' a.,i- :- ielli ready c,onl'-r \'i1::, t!he Co('i fedet't ate \'etcl-
    ,* r s'a: Erne-to. Fri'.a and liu--. a reai' t l)Decora l iaon D.iy e x r-
    I ,e ti-ag -mack-s Carrie l. l'"
    "A'ele. aniid I. ,ttie. S. HaN-kilu- have The ',i-i .rivv I frrili the -iae ler .arl iak- with t liiuilnli t :';vei, la-t niiLI :t t'luit-
    ,,i-,.ai,;,,,.re(. ter% l; inu -i hall for thte t nietfit o Ihta,
    Sw i ;. Ma im ,teri r library iofpublic school .No. 1. wa-
    I dwI 'W. Man l f Ptr ia ri-' .i splendid ucceses. The excellent
    -. "ar 1. i' g l.- l e, program was rndered ias published.
    .. ar. aonte at excepting that a piano st4lo |by Mi.-
    "i, h:,,t- t,,-day. \'Willia wa- -ub-tituted for ti-e vocal
    N B Duratt. wh o ,ha:- for a iitim- soloby Mi-- (awthion. who wa- un- t
    f ov ye-ar been, a valued employ* able to a-pear. All o1f the peirform-
    l'i.nt't- mill-. I- *- f.r.. on, Itav u C(hiot',. Naini,' It.trr had !.the liton r of aI
    double encoree. III reci.ltizon of lher
    A. .. -#, t, e new--ilen--t- a-t the -- 1ik dl
    .intia are- HI. Hovis oif Millvil.. remarkabl.- elocu a twel..
    S.'I- )McDtiald oif Ne-w Or- The board of public -afety hel-d zan
    S:* :.1it H. If ('Cooli, d e ,: K:in-a- i adjourned ine-etilg at 3: o'clock yes-
    tv. tel-dav to complete it-, investigation l
    S. of the origin ot the lire which de-
    S.- rianeellor nana idr E u- c troved thoe reidence of Mr. JeT iS.
    Il : .or Ratlia h.k t lo t ll-ght r-.ol-t Hiowe+ll onil \'et governmentt street,
    P .o d .Hy fathbonie ltde, K.niKit t i aid after examining several addi-
    ytt.-. fr al|liiat&mpent by th, itinal wittie-eS. the entire matter
    A -.l <-i :ti.ellir :ai deputy Randd was ,on motion referred to the cthair-
    .i'l.-r ftir his lodge, inan with lull power to act. Mem-
    At a meetings of tlie Pentlsacola bers of the board pre-ent expre-se<
    a-t club. held la-t night, the colin- the belief that the matter should be
    t,. *I..ct a !.ite for a io.at brought to the attention of thecoutn-
    ,. w.- ilcrei-e1 tio eleven. The tI v solicitor, as the ch:iirmin stated
    i- in coIiitell ilationll a it 'i n t lie knew of tnoo authority in thlie
    S .., ;: 1rce- f,' t:i; !uniul.nr. board to act beyond inive-tigatilon.
    *. l-' ,I lai:itn < ('o.'- new N'..rv..u% we;.kt' .r ialpi;';,,.
    l,.. i..".. tM r. irt-tt -of N e S- -1. tin-i-. u tiln ** rt.- li ie 0t nt i d i a','- t .iir,, rp .r ,if
    a it o !i t- t iu r l:ar .e rli-ow h -n i K-i alil we' tiirf. l rel e'
    :.,- ,' wI io k, t -'o. e i a le-
    ::. alliedd lti-lit' i :!.mid r. i- a til re tl.i:. t!e, -toin:ic'h. iiver
    \. i i.t mil;aii I,t- i hail i- :anal howel-, renti=.'\ t li, caili, oif
    ', ; ; i ,ew ly p t liit d ;llidi (t ,. .art yNliit,:i- :ntl build- up :i
    S:" iiiiid l.dl e t i.y for thel id vi. i- l- d'. Iold t \ v
    *' ;t,* plit 0:1t It w ill it. e ,i ',
    :. so' -; i, b -l iew hal i l I t t : .i.n 'i n lr r \-i ;; i* :. : tr;ve to o '.*


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    THE


    gia. running in ti nInlltrly (Idirection
    front WVe.-t Point.
    To Establtlh a (Gypsenm Plant.
    KN'XVII.LE. March 2i. Ageuts of
    Charlos E. J;,hnstoin of Pttsburg and
    W. 4'. Be-t of Bradfurd. England. are in
    the vi'initv of Glade Springs. Va., ex-
    amining vau.t dejoisits of gypsum. It is
    proposed to establish a uanunaith gyp-
    FWU plant at (ilade Springi s and utilize
    the product in the manufacture of kalso-
    muine, couilprn-sd building stoin-s. etc.
    The deal fr the' proilrty is nw lnud-

    Gold Froum C'ulmi.
    New YoRK. Mair'th *'2.--ThI. United
    Siat,+- tran-p-i rt Se-t\ ik. ( 'aptainu Hen-
    dril'k. iTrriv,. today Iroin litiv:a atind
    (,ilimra with 5il e'ahii Iis.-ring-rs andL i t
    d i--hIargd.l andi furl ught ir lditr.-.. civil-
    ian-i. .T.-. Tih- S-.dgwick Irinught early
    $1.o(KI.O! M in .-;-rica'i ;in a l; iiunt; :tii;;v
    i, i ('lil. i lr .hii ,- f. t ir :-lth(i 't.u i ni
    Par i- xni ."' i.
    Dieats Iul''Int Phal :$ue.
    (' ; ITr \ ii Yi i!:.- i i. ;i- he-re-
    ,,.1 ")',:* -,l v iu' ,:bT r ".' t" I,1 p l,:i..i<-.
    Ti,"- n -. r i : : ,7. Tlh -

    PIrofe'morP l'pper D)dl.
    L l.)SN, Marcnh 2t).- Pr, fs-r P,.p-
    p-r. thi.- iniv, nr f Ppi..r'- Ghost and
    oth,,r illusin-, L For Over Fifty Tearm.
    M.'. WiNSI.uiW' 14OOTTHINO 8YR1'P has6
    t.-.-n used for over fifty years by inaiitonb of
    tnotber' for their children while tohitbana.
    %wth p.-rfcct '.uvces. It soothesi the child
    s, fti -t'. t li llln'. allayR all patin,cureswind
    colitc, an iN the best rented for iuarrbrPa.
    It will relieve the poor little sufferers in-
    ni'-dintely. (.ild iby Isruwgists tie every
    part of the world. Twenty-flve c'ints a bot-
    tie. Be sure and ask for *Mrs. Window's
    S.,thilngi yrup." and take no other kind.
    Crexlw In Ironti..
    NFW YiiK. March 2'.- Whilh' the'
    trran-l irt Se.4,dgwik w-. at ( 'ithra March
    1.') the' 1f:j m.niito ii rs ii f tih' tran-'r p rt'.-
    (,r-.w r.fu.,-d to Thle'v we're plat-l in irons anld brought
    ti thli-'s p t for trial. Their. were' also.
    fi\ ge eii ral pri'oinr 1- on board fr tmi i a-

    |l *lta'e I)eIIm aiId.S on ('o'ren.
    Ij,,i).)x. 'Marchi "29.-The E'.*'tiug
    Nw- pulbhli'sh-s a dispatch friomi Ko )',
    Japan. under today's date. aniilioaluing
    that 1lu'.sia ha- demuanded leav', t) nland
    trop-i- ne:ar Maanphi,. C.rea. (Coirea.
    th, di.)l:th -ay want. ,uil-id inter-

    PIrlhuott I tesaigns.
    HW \l l, ,l\ Maiirchi 2'i.- -iPr. .s,,ir
    H,.I nrt S. 1t ri-tti'h it. "-iiU ritii' i'lnt if
    tir' ,:t; a nl g,-,,1,.ti, :urv .'v. tla r,
    ,ig in* d hI- !.:\-',' i : r'+'t* t thr pr ";"ele !''\
    ,,t Hti, .:a--:tuhu--tet > u I -tlfttt ,f T Le'-
    n :.* 1*' t i. ,t1 ,u.
    A MNltsiuer Devil Fisti
    I ..-' ;'yto u i:- victimn, i a typ> ,,!
    '.,i -thielt1-,n. 'l'h<- powe r t !,!
    'n :tl,'l r ,ti- uln ll' y i- felt ,on ,I r'; -


    Alt "-. .t u:.hF.IC 4jlit''I -el- .nI it laI nm e 1-- a id to.i
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    We are pern'.3nrnt!y figures here, rot-
    w.thstzndin:3 All tetorta. to 'be cortriry,
    a id wse at--' niw isa. 11S. PF'bf-,x strt e'.
    J i I I, ni uPni 4L u&, C rzau
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    STDRE.


    There's A Word or Two That's Spoken in Our
    White Goods Department.
    .--.,., , ..-. .... . .. .,rs .r..er- e .'.. .-, .'
    t. No 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard l[l
    a pieces for ......
    a, ,,'T t No. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard
    i l t p pieces fo r .. ................ .. .........
    No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard 7i
    2- "p iece s fo r .......... ............ ........
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    ,A7 ./ ainsoo. '. "0 inies ir ide. / 2-/ard /i,.r'e., t',*
    t 'i,'7l, ('anm l, i/ '. -.,' i ,.h/ S U'i, (/, (' r ."
    e Our SPF('1.4L I1 whitee India Lawns at
    SPier'es I'hile Ltaw n
    This is an Exceptional Good Value.


    1s2clardl.


    JUSTT RE CEIMED:@-
    S"Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yardl
    w ide. 5c value................................................................... ..... 2 c yard
    PIECE STAiDARD 3e-NCH PICAT....................................-10c yard
    ICEoSMAIIL ORDEItSn pliOMPTJ.Y AND CAREFUlLLY FILLED.- _



    W. J. & B. FORBE8.


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


    Soak the hands thoronhly,. on retiring.. il
    1a 110T lather of (' C'TTCt.L AP, thle iiti't
    effective skin purifying soap. as well as iurest
    and sweetest for toilet. ihath. and nursery.
    Iyv. anoint freely with ('rTn'iRA Ointment,
    the great skin cure and purest of enmollients.
    Wear old gloves during night. For sore hands,
    itching, bunntng palms and painful finer
    ends, this one niq t treatment is wonderful.
    M4 Ihronurhot the worMl. PoiTTi D. AND C. ClrI.,
    Prop.. a.ton. How to have Betifu Uadf."ree I.
    Killed by Thunderbolt.
    LAKE BLUFFtM. Fla., March 2i.-Mr.
    W. H. Freeman haa been found dead
    near the Tiger Bay phosphate plant. He
    was evidently killed by lightning, since
    his tboy was fomud at the Imbsetof a large
    pine. which was' struck )by lightning
    Sunday. Mr. Foreman leaves a wife
    and tive childreii.
    Army.v illeer Dlefanlts.
    SAN Fl"i\ i'SCO.',. Murch 2:*.-C'airain
    P.-trr (". I)Diiniiiiitia.-..titait ',min ii.:atry
    itf .nl..i.rt < it,' th U'lliotd Sliatt. V l-
    at,','r-, i l n'filr arre. t at .\l'trazia. It
    i- ; ,'.:'l. r !i" hii t.i' *tIrLr- t, tiht- war de-
    1't11 n .* :; in iio':t,' tf t+ -xi-t l'v. "f a t ll( 1 -
    "i z!, !* ; it

    P- ',i. Kv. Iar S,'h a,-rh .-T re
    (1 h r.: 1 ,' *' ..... ,f ;t:i:,!ll> x !ha ,v If l l.,. is-
    ii >\, i:l ti: :rt. -i: ;> trh ,'f N ,'w t -n.
    .A r a::r.'. ,' ,; i i-. 'n ,-..Ibblish .d. but
    lt-arI a .%i1. -." i til:.; ;a .rel at liiuin er
    . ihi' h v a len ,I .i 1 ti the tn, ll-

    .I;)aneei< M1ill .Men.
    S \i n i;S. S. ., Mar'lach 2.-ThrNee
    Untiv.i- of .iTlaln, distinguished mill in0n0
    in thdir ,,ni'.try, are i(n the city inspect-
    ing thli tIrt;ain mills. whivh they mi-
    inutly y ain*niu.(d.
    ll "Thereir In Nwsmall chance tory.
    NEw YOK. March "+i9.-Firt at New
    ,run-wick. N. .1.. last night did $100,-
    00X damage t, the Consolidated Prait
    Jar factor-; o00 hands r'e out of em-
    plynment.

    C'ldl Steel or Death.
    "There is but one small chance to
    save your life and that is through an
    operation," was the awful prospect
    set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime
    Ridge. Wis., by her doctor after
    vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
    ful caq of -stoinach trouble and yel-
    low jaundice. He didn't count on
    the marvelous power of Electric Bit-
    ters to cure Stomach and Liver
    troubles, but she heard of it, took
    seven bottles, was wholly .'ured,
    avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs
    more and feels better than ever. it'-
    positively guaranteed to cure Stilni-
    acih, Liver and Kid, 'y troblbes antI
    never di-appoints. IPrice 41.' :at V.
    A. I)'Alevmbt!rt'-. dui tiore..


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    The Kin You Have Always !ought

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    uaratee all t three of thee prepara- t t I
    ,oney ta1:1;ny oe who ues'te

    withoutt bei beef it ed. Price






    lWe, ihavemoved.tollrSii Palafox street. "
    WewoIld lkefor yrl I I' c l. WV wll".
    CASTORIA
    Fl r Inauts and Children.
    The Kind You Haye Alwaewill Bugh
    Bears tne
    Signature of

    yoannah Bros', are agents for e-
    Wees' Cough Cure, Diarrhea Rein
    edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
    auarautee all three of thece prepara-
    tions and will cheerfully refund the
    money to any one who ti-es them
    without being benefited. Price 25
    vents each.
    We hwa moved to II l- Pallfox street.
    Wo would like for yru 1) call. W3 will
    IIll you i-truilmenta on terms We will
    exolmngq pia you moa/ an piano or organ.
    Jewl FreMcl Fian & Cr.a Co.
    11 S. Palafox Street.


    SNEW ARRIVALS! -

    L UR first announcement of New Artivals of Spring

    Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
    city of well known brands. Among them the famous
    " frl'if/I) i///.,*w/

    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 arc cheaper than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI:. i. CiiAP A,\

    T :R.Iii- INC .I ASl- TI: U L B SINE.SS.


    Arrivals. LlS AND [MBRIBDiR18! Arrivals

    Our Centre Table-e- .;roaii.ing beneath a iroodly share of t!:,. Newe-t
    l'hiner in Laces and Embroideries.
    Swi-s Edging and In:iertion. Hamburg Edging and Insertion,
    Valencia Lace and Insertions.
    Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion.
    German Torehlin Edging, Aplique Lace and Insertion.
    Point do Spr'et. Oriental and Plat Val. l.acee.
    ,to.) ietminants Hamburg Edging, six yard length', worth 75.,-. to ,4o at )0c.



    Sweeping Sale of Muslin Unerw ail'! *

    One Lot Child's Drawer". hleinmed and tucked, ;iz'- I and 2, at... 10e pair
    Sizes 3, 4, 5 an'd 6i, on!y.................. ....................... 15c pair
    O)e ILot Chihl'- Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
    On)e Lot CUhild'%- Trinimed Gowns at Cost Mark.
    )ne Lot Ct'ild'i Trimmed Skirts at Co't Mark.
    One Lot Mi rer' Trimmed owns at Cost M.lik.
    One Lot Ladies' Trinmmnd ('Cemise, worth 3:3c for....................20c each
    One Lot Ladies' Trinme:l-d Cambric C'hemise, worth 75c for.......453c each
    '~z ne Lot Odds and Endskt
    In Ladies' Skirts a'id Gowns to Close Out at C('ost Mark Price.


    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
    --,)F TlE--

    Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
    D A V ID E D R E H I, i-',UNM,.A ,.,,,'--t .r .PE ofL A, FLA. -


    LEWIS BE AR & CO., Sole .Agents.
    .A %as -D xon.
    Old QuaKer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
    ::-)-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.- @


    Furniture at all Prices.
    e:T" ll i iinin. '! 1:1 f-
    I, I l (.l i Il l t : Il I -: av ) -
    i 1 1 '. r i -I 11 -, k ia i i i "-*i -. I, i i
    A it ,I t' i ':i ii- tir-i \ i : !)i t- i .l ,)oIfa i il- .
    , lt l'I, l;teI-ll ,'F:il t cl lew. "ire..
    ';lll a1 ,- X;alblllliie t l|,e|| itr (P Ni.
    k'ryot's l;.rriai F'uirzitlie Hotill-u.
    ..L--


    1GIULAR


    T~'%' HIit, lt ilt 4


    CP-111g ifen s cl.k Fi.t;a d wa!tf
    i- oneo of our -po-czasltio-. Star Laun-
    (Irv.


    DIIIBn


    2s Cents


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    "- ^^-e -' 5" .'--


    Nick Apostle's Restaurant. GEO. A. PETERSON,


    Bi*gininag n.-xt if attuir.liv I I l ti v.I a
    He--ul.r lDin i.r. ro it .. t> I:>'O '('ac
    <1' y. at :!. cenrit'.
    -!iort Orders romp y ,\ id ill Ho ir,
    o' Day .r N1, t.
    Fish and Oyste ; in All Styles.
    ? ick Apostle.


    B3eyzljos 4ad Biejele Soadirles.
    Age- at for Ramli,tor.ilic-i---and antI Racc'.
    riit've-*. mix Year- .-xjwrlo-nc" in RO.-
    M i i g of iilc3c e-.. sr ft-t egiistogra
    F I uok in n h.-'I tie to
    12 'Weft Romana Street.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900.


    Doctors-Say;,
    :inucand I ntermittenlt Fevcrs
    -:, v'I in minasmnatic h-
    '~ ,1ird mpan-
    ,r,1'4flY~tOf the
    -~~~~ an, I(Xui
    The Secret Of Health.

    ji.(hani-1riof


    Irutt'SI
    Cure all Li


    WILL WAIVE HER RIGHTS. WACA~i
    CATARRH
    I rai.-Iv 'poe No 0bif,-~t ion to S'ale aa
    r. f-re: ticc tuta
    '2 1 .. .* '.. I'rvnvet14 g%. i r.rein -il%. or
    A .~2 '*U will c-ure
    ,>.. X I.~.:'CATARRH

    *. t 1 3 B ,'. .

    i V : '- ~ :. I D !l-n- it t oiC.. I lpt.ns and
    P-rot.-ctv, 1h. to.1.1. nirat v. Rettores the
    x:: 'ir Z" ~,- f ]a.?. alld b"im.l. N40 Mprr'u-
    rv .N o ir,'drug. Henirs1.uv' i'e v.:
    roeA tarren Stre--t. Nvw York.


    Liver Pills :, 'r'- ): .4 jIi
    i~er*rUu~~ -'*:7ii..lid r-re' t it For Clac- Ihirc!~ihltcr (f thC C1iIU1MA~
    Id *: rv:t'iIy ita'it'fl'rli 011kbv dh Cal.
    - '4' rr' ''1th, ::xI Fiemyitariff a Idit ra4,. ea.eltOiui.Cl.
    C '.* : .t i I~ .. :.*~ c El'4 ~ : w'ill cme t (t -.011inf. r tile plirlx.,v of
    I.. -,V ali'sciw,*.-* in favor miaki u .t "' n 4i- 'Ithe t' r. i. li
    4 u *~ t:! ~ ZI*~' '-i I..' *.,.tx-jd. w- ) .e't.ell f r1.ln 'U: .! ilk !-tatlo~li will be.
    1. .L. *I ~ **~ I~''.: til~te x.'land 'e4telkl ft. "m ,tithess" 4)f Uxxi.,x
    j. ~ ~ 1': r iant r 4.n ti--.' *c --f tilt- G' 4.' 'f raiU 'l-
    .~' -\ A e'r~ r3 I is % t. i~~lt x- i rs-,' n c p. I ht,, India in' IS% ~
    1~ *~... ~1.-:'.-'"The afterzioou in'al ...t-cinr.l4 h..gn i.whiichhatieq




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    ri,.C-0.-A6iISr.oi,..0... MAL
    f.'.. Y.. ir-.. Burs the The Kind You fHave AlayS Bougi
    :t 102 41 8tt

    I. .M.;'Ii2' A, LEI(lSLATIVE., CANDIDIATES5
    41 1 *' .~II I, .,~1*--?161 -1AntilIDelegate.. too the V'iiun'y ((inven
    i, rail.. h. a- i''.-J lwt i t~ieLv,.1d lioin at Ptim-elion, April 11 .
    I 17"ING1UMOR F1-low lug are the anc d ld:i tes for
    i-: ~ f;HN(;HIMILS thoe legi-lature and ti~e li.st of dele-
    l'i riiptle' V1-4,41'toyIt .It H t.-Itimtle I gatp-4 to)the Comity (demfocratic coml-
    IFro-s- toon SIftt'rers v#etition at Powelton, April 14, en.


    -. '': ~.1 1eh:11(1 ti1E'crattic clubit)
    ..vwiafe-i-I a-I.Aiaiiid t., Uo- 'een i cin or the Legislature.
    M I a ii '' i~e ii a ~d e~lo~for 4.1'C. Morenlo Jones.
    -:imD.)-v~t ad Salp~ foin in H. C. Clopton.
    a' -t ih- Skin. li.ii or Sc~eil? If ve yo~'u I)~egate-% to County Conv-ention.
    i. IA7i~ im'iia t %lr(,Skin? Pracked, Prec'inct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
    PIl~i-h ,Im i t Pi' IoiiIt. .A. ('ri-lille. XWni. Carnii-
    Jitet-? I-ailiva '
    W. ~~' i,' ll i-ta*D. -wt.*' 'Skin Pa#-* Pr cint't 1;-J -. 1 L. J Qt(Ji'u. \r-
    ir ~ ~.r'- 1< li~S,.-. a thtir Johitim,ii J. C. Avery', J. W'hit-
    r 10,- i H l a g 1J -. ,S opi y

    ** C ** '4"'i!.t t l P reci nctiaiii. i. ww; ite"-.n hlJ. -E.
    VC '. B ar, .L. I mo e liiI.G fsl

    I '1%," v 1'n ,hae'li. 11 lcool- gars at D'Alemberte's.

    .:=a!,- I, lrvit-; GRNDdXCUSIO
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    To 'Nfsuvilc~ otitg' 'iniey and fir-
    P 1. 1,1,v'Iso ii' 1t, ;i'i
    lea & Perri s' ~1.:;1,111;, Ii), o:It 111::8o4111'
    Lea-Pcrr-ns t.:Till. F ire fo'r
    i ii tii): Pvn-zxae,''. to Meint-
    $:1i. ~ .7,1': to G(i e-iville'. 3r,0

    THE ORIGINAL 'I-u leo-i-er will apply to tick-t
    .11 t~li .'. Ptireha-e ,ti('ket a :t
    1 '4ieo.Tie'ket t, good fo'r t,.
    WORCESTERSHjIREt
    Gives a most delicious flavor to etg-t'!1 l". Iithrii'tii-


    Tl8 IlIIAL II Tluo l Baill IBOA L OUR


    S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOU'R MASH,
    VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
    STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-

    TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PI'RITY. AND
    LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
    SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
    TO MENTION.
    AW The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
    Wines for Family Use.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    "'Also 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 TARTlE.

    LOuxsvJLLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANI'ARY -7. I0.


    No. i
    12:5Minvoon
    2: 15 p in
    1:12 p i
    %:;P rp
    f'1:4 14pii
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    I1-':2.) n~poi
    4 :, 5 1) ti


    No. 2.
    1 1.2u pIII
    12:.-A) n Igh1t
    3:1614a III1
    *7: 1' a iII
    '104 at In
    7:10 p m
    2 :3toa In
    7:i4'S anin


    Leave Peneacola .....Arrive
    Arrive .-Flounaton Arrive
    Arrive .. Mobile ...Arrive
    Arilv New ()rliau.an. Arrive
    Arrive ...Montgomery Arriv.
    Arrive Na lihville Arrive
    Arrive Loulsl\ ill ..Arrive
    Arriv, i'cIn rin.i Leav


    No. 1.
    4:i5 p in
    '2.4:5 pIII
    n25"loon
    7 aI Il
    i11.211 a Ini
    ":,21 a III
    10: 1:,p m
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    No. S.
    :4m) a nm
    1*.:!Np night
    7 vS pTinI
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    PA) a nX
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    MLT;wwzAN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
    XN0. '2!. No0 :1. No. 2. N o. 22.
    Ii v 115 ni~ t 7''a In 11en..ol :44) p ine4:311 p in
    1,2:5% 11ieg lt $4 111 M II toll 10:20 v IIn 5:,:2%j p tit
    4:: :1,n is III5 ait II 1 1181%unik p.'i rg', 14: 1 C in1 2 :441 p In
    ;:'III.it141 11:34 iti~ n fli C iplev1:53 1) 111 12:.57 p in
    7:1aIII II! J-, &III %fariianna t vI' 111ni 1-1- Snoo~n
    "'15 a tIII :':o'._ noon Kjv-r .Junct~ion 5 p in 1 ..2 a in
    ...1 :4;: p In I.. II ial 1.1::.1.1, in
    7:215 p in ....... jack'.univill. 14 20is ain



    rTEEM CEIOICESTr


    AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


    WhISIIZS, WI3, IqUpOR, CORDIALS,

    -Y.-BEERS, ETC.,=s
    IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


    -- AT TIE--
    Ae'ss-^j'


    ALLIGATOR


    IALON,


    Opposite Union Depot, Telephone No. 4i.


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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    PENNLAND RYE WHISKY,
    BROOK HI IL SOUR MASH.
    YELL ,WSTONNI; RYE WHISKY,
    DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
    ATLANTA BR'~WING COMPANY R
    CELEBIRATEI) BEER-KE

    NAME'S


    PANTSI!-


    Said about WO)> pairs of
    long legged., sort legged,
    slim. fat, pus.y, bow
    legged, straight leirged
    all sorts of legged gar-
    mnits. as they got out of
    the boxes and up onto
    our clothing tables.
    600 pairs of pants in on#*
    day is a good many. but
    what about them? Some
    are a dollar a pair, good
    cassinmere pants. Some
    are two dollars a pair,
    good cassimire pants.
    Some are three dollars :&
    pair. good cassiniere
    pants. Som are two,
    three andm four dollar. a
    pair, good wr-ted pant,4.


    WE DO NO

    buy pant. for adrer-

    tising pu/rposeC- to sound


    cheap.


    Ile hiuy goodpantsu,


    pants that are made of

    food goods; pants provided

    with all the comforts of

    home; front pockets, watch

    pockets, (to watch your

    money pockets nights in

    case youar wife wants to see

    if she is gettingg hIalf of

    you r income e) pistol pockets

    a nd refreshment ,poeketx.


    stMETHING NEW WE S[l [


    .EVERY DAY-


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
    'Tolophonoh30o 8S.

    AN'Patrons. New nld(l O1,. o are' C(, i.llv TIvi;.d ts Vt' -1 : nI I'ind i p


    t WOOL1PANTS

    stolid :t-, a rock. lii -r t'ticly Pat-
    t,.rux f''r t!:5'; t l o ,-,) X' 'p i iablo'
    i-l-diede 111:1 h-i-Y a::I..t ii day'- toP
    wf,:ir tlxe-m iti .iii a;t -.1114andf''r


    V) .U
    : r. ti K t ".ir Inun r.-..e.Stock. "ast.. la pl -,au:.- :
    Hot and Cold Meats, "'cii" .;'' tiii'i- I fllil- t'tC.
    Gravies, -:::) GOLAYz@ E. ETX'JEl.S lST

    Salads, Soups, Game, G.t and Corn s,
    Gn st andMeal ,,o rn mmillso
    Fish, .M.F. GZREZ&CO., Prop, RONIeS SALOON W1

    Welsh Rarebits, etc. 0:D mpe an -EALERK IN-o a SA

    BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. S""T F K. Id ..UiLU d, .i i ll Li1Uo r.ll. lA gdis.
    S' .. , rf JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. w .." ***" :l,,r
    S:d:.. r,, ..1 ig f '"n' o':nMourni".o. indu. '! CoTner Belmont and Devillier? St-. PENSACOLA, FLA paIt- s: $ .' th : L' -in


    : 1 (rf'ascd


    , wlr-tetf
    iply great.


    I nd ''i it~L Iimr.' indir.-4't IV tII.-i.1it-ed.
    -.:l: t~ue t th c:Lti.-of Int-or. 'You .'
    John Duncan's Sonim. Afcts, New Yo&. It ' li i-l~lt i hc ~'ilit n
    wh~c b cAnt. ribUte'e to your *upp4)rt.


    RFA. STATY.
    ?~P'!i an ns u i v:
    AG;Nl'v.



    NICOLA CASSA,
    RESTAURAW..-O- 0 iz-ir.k.-


    -. iTh.~e -ow 1'ri.c-.
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    l'atroniiz.,-ter1ir latrv.j[i-


    A. M. AVERY,


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    4) t DS SIMPORTER AND JOBBER OFT
    )ico Hotel and Restaurant IIar-a rer

    ILL ORDERS SERVED OH SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Azes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Bupplies, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

    o:) os for Rent by the Day, ek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Houseftrnlahlng Goods. LV
    3!!, 312 orth Tarragia Stret, Opposite Uni Depo Gans, istols and Fishing Tacle.
    O-Teiephone 68.--0 AOGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant '
    --*GEO. WILSON & CO.,;--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Band 'C O
    SPowder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klng and Buck'- Stoves
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, WIc.OoUp A&Co.'s Raw Hide Laae Leather, Masry'. Beady The B4 Dil ln CIlthl,
    fiii VGEIBLES RECEIVE DilLY. WHOLESALE Al1 RiiiL. ad. anlroad coloa. D


    Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


    509-511 S. Palafox St.


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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1900.


    THE DAILY Ns Wu:
    Baterd at the Popt Office at Pensacola.
    Fla.. Ve s-eond-class matter.
    Orrscs: Pitt luildinK.?1l': tSoutb Pala-
    st street. up-ttair.
    PI B.14HKEl) BY
    THE NEW8 PUBLISHING 00.

    Terrms-Invarlably in Advance.
    Oue Year by Mail I.'
    .As oubs '
    three Moa.tbs ** 5 1
    **a. Month *
    (b o Week. by Carrier, payable Monday I

    THE WKICKKI.Y NEWS:
    rPblatthd very Frlday at Stl.1 per year
    Postage free.
    TELEPHONE NO. 1is.

    Ad wrt.ing Ral Feur i hed on ApplicC'ion.


    Nliijgt 'I ~El


    Theb paper Is o M e wtt the
    U II AVERTMNi CO.,
    adiont Bakldag. St. Pa8t. Minn.. wbeit
    cmibeu Madreitiser mEB otber3 may
    exa1mee it mud where emtluam will be giver.
    *pmopace for qINERAL&DVKRTlslNG.

    PENSAOOLA. MARCH. 30. 1900.

    PRECINCT IELE.GATFS8
    The May' l>-mocratic Club(,f P,.ntaecia
    basenedor-t-d h*- folriwing tticke for d1l-
    *-gat#' tr om th-(city pr-c-ff l pim tI ltil tftll-
    Ieratir countyy C,>n -nitiao| to I-e held at
    l'owelon. April 14 and :*,k that they b*-
    ViTen Ra hl-rt r support Oy ith- v. te-r%:
    Pr i r'l"<(t 1--.' H. tiol r ,t 112 lil % h1t"'-
    Lao. Win. Bazzi/l. 1. Ii. i.Mazell, and 1. F.
    wra"ttbtn.
    Precinct !.!-W. % our *. Th<,. Hanna ll
    Jobna 'hr t;-. . t-*. 1. toite- d W. 1'.
    Pr*c'tet I-4,..o. .l ..i n .1<>-. 1. i'hip.on,.
    J .t M i.'t .a c ..^ ;,-.. J,, !n l i'l,.'t.-,i alnd J. --.
    *rt-c:nct 1-I H. I'luttnatin. J.tin W\ -'-t.
    w' M nirItt, J. F..%t olecrmonit-an & ,%wi % A.
    I*uonam.
    THE Chica, been -tned for $ .mIAlO damn.ag-# by an
    advertisers' guarantee company
    Which guaranteed its circulation
    upon false circulation reports fur-
    nished by its officials from dummy
    books. The newspaper p-eople of
    tV1lt city are prolouzndly a.ritat-ed by
    the evtiit, and circulation prevari-
    cators throughout the country are
    awaiting the result of the suit with
    treatilless anxiety.


    THE.-.ub-titute for the Porto Rico
    tariff bill ffTertd by Senlator Davis of
    Minnesota should sati-fy any reas-
    ,oable imeriber of either house of
    the cotigre.s. bt. lie democ.'at or re-
    publican. It inimply extends to ana
    over the island. in slightly modified
    form. the United States internal rev-
    enue laws, and provides that the net
    amount of taxes so collected shall
    be expended for the benefit of the
    inhabitants., iI public works and ed-
    ucation, for.the- space of two years.
    It aio provides that "ino duties on
    imports or exports'" shall be col-
    lected. It places the tariff protec-
    tio iL--iue broadly before the repub-
    lican-and other-protectionists., and
    .,-aves them no alternative but tot
    choose between tariff rob-bery and
    honesty.
    A tl'Kllir's of the agitation of the
    question of convict labor and its
    man-gemenit, an exchange relates
    ?-Jluie particulars of the phenomenal
    $tuccess attailted by the lat' Michael
    'Ca-sidy. warden of the Eastern pen-
    :t-atiary of Pe-lili-ylvania at Phila-
    delphiw. wh.l itid under his chliarge
    Milol th ii I I i convict-. and the
    IituAtituiin it iv. I (contallinted a whit,
    a chain, a p:ii-, f mai aclu. or aiy
    aipliaticefor Illl i-ul dilet. HeI pi I-
    lliutt.ed n li ;;n. k i:1 dI--- oi ot41 itn -
    w'1.e- to d,-iinu-tintl-h convicts fromI
    free labor-i- ; it- .-uipplied til in witli
    wholesoimen fod and plenty of it: he-
    iiade tl.t ir qliar t-r a a- t;tr ctive- and
    cosiufortablli ;" po)"ibl+e; lbut lih
    i pt*;it tII il str., i'y ;.I t wLi k "i 1,1 ruld

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    '* ll i t. I-i t *; : > ; *, I i 'l ( -


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    and hlm ndm im ti.: pi t--ai of tIit Nii-.-
    : a gt i <-;ilin l l : ;,1"--+! + i.r n;;:i. : In **It
    ;lia d ed 'V ld *,li|| :| ;,J ; l t ," ;i :l;l !ll ).. ,
    0-lorll *l t It- : :i- ;ill Oi t: -,,..
    WIL*'le r tI ** '.'. ,* ; --, ,I or -!i.ill h. t
    he fo dti .d I- i ,tt, : ,,1 !, -- i;1,-
    lillent t lan tt i it -l:all bit c.,i1.i-
    luenc d ;::nl <. i;,I. : *1 ;A it ,l f.ar-
    lile-t pos itbi,- d iy. It- d"f i-e*,. a'-
    t-r all t : ilk i-' v, r. w ill ,1 ,-ti d t
    Ulltii2.:.; ,% y i4. ,:. t I "'. S I;ivy
    leather l.;<;i:1 it 1'o %i ;a ly att eli t-
    ft 'rtiryii;g t!;:it lii !it .lit. ixl".


    I'la liormi l.;nterv.
    It .'l r P- io .- it-,-,f n;to bl. : If t!:,. ex
    trteanne tua i lt'- itrty. sIchi a-s Bryan.
    JIone-s and AlIt:ul theN tebra-ka platfoim Iii 1.1 be idopt.-d its
    the nationMl ilatf-orim. and thlie lenui-crati-
    party rili open the, doors wide for populistf
    and socialists tlo on.m.- in. but if that plat-
    foriu is adopted tbtoubands and thousands
    oTd .-uccra(t in the North and r.outh,. and
    #ven s m onie of the Western taSt-s.W. ill re-
    flaw to support it. Thler are mniny demo-
    rate wbo bbrlieve lu standing by tho. party
    wbegTere'arnot. and hesewill not fly the
    track.but if Mr. iryan insists upon run-
    ningon a p!atforia ol thiot character these
    ne n will #-imply Iet the election go by de-
    la4il. a the tA.-t imeiai of reta:ing Bryan
    and purging: the party ef populism. We do


    W.o knows amytbing Pbout bin can doubt. '
    and Senstor Martin represents a large auid
    Influent itl cl sas of party regularity demr -
    crats in the (Old Doninion.-Richmond
    Times.
    THE NEWS repeats its formerly
    expressed conviction that Mr. Bryan
    is not now the "extremi-t' lie was
    four years ago. He is not o! the sort
    of inen who never learn anything
    He has enjoyed unexampled oppor-
    tunities of learning the sentiments
    and temper oi the democratic people
    of nearly every state in the Union.
    His approval of the Nebra-ka plat-
    form was for Nebraska, and thecon-
    ditions tht-re prevailing. When lie
    c3mes to tne consideration of a na-
    tional platform the conditions will
    be different. The Kansas Citv con-
    vention will be for Bryan. but not
    for such a platform as was formu-
    lated at Chicago or at Lincoln. And
    Bryan will be for the Kansas City
    platform, heart and soul; and will
    gladly welcome the formulation of a
    democratic creed which will result
    in the unification and rehabilation
    of the party-else he is no democrat.
    As a whole, the democracy at
    large, as indicated by the numerous
    expressions of its leading members,
    is not in the humor to permit the
    ,repetition of blunders that have
    nearly wrecked the party. Thous-
    ands of democrats. in nearly every
    state in the Union. stand ready to
    renew their fealty to the party.
    broken by the division caused by the
    Chicago platform. Neither Mr.
    Bryan nor the Kansas City convetn-
    tion is going to say to them : "Stay
    out' We do not want or need ytoui '
    Other thousands voted-for Brvain on
    the Chicago platform under protest;
    they will not do it again. :ill o:h-
    ers refused to vote-and no iman
    knows how many; they' will re-ft-e
    again.
    THE NEW-3 i- for Bryan.. .,:1 a
    democratic-not a populistic-plat-
    form ; and it predicts for him, cn the,
    platform which it feels assured will
    be the result of the Kan as City
    convention, the greatest democratic
    victory the country has ever s-eii.


    It iQ very hard to statd idly by and
    sve our dear ones butler while await-
    ing the arrivA l of the doctor. An
    Albany (N. Y. dairvinan called at a
    drug store theie for a doctor to comei
    and see hi. child. then very sick
    with croup. Not findiiin the doctor
    in. he left word for him to c<'ine at
    once on his return. He also bought
    a bottle of Chamibrlaiiin'- (Coughi
    Rlmedy. which lhe hopt-d wiId give
    somne relief until the detor should
    ,tr ivf-. I nli a few ihonrs lie ret ine(d,
    saying the doctor it-ed not come, as
    thei child wa much! l(-t:,-r. The
    druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz. says the
    family ha- "since recominimniided
    Ctialiiberlain s Cough Remedy to
    their nieighio,,r- antd fri-nid- until he
    h;ti- i i,-tailt demtiaid f.)r it fro n
    that miirt of the co(litity. Fo'r -ale
    by Hail ith Bro- 21 .Sotith l'a.ifox
    s-i el-t.


    Slli-: WAIRt HlIPS
    Nt. I Y'isk. T,-uau and M'c
    redii in ie lHatrl.ir ThI'.t Mir, inmu.
    Th- t l g-hip New York. lattle-ship
    Texa.is andl giunboat ,!ach.i-. -af-ly
    cros--d tt' Ibar and entered thie litar-
    bIor a little before f < 'clo'k t!hii
    morning .1ii1t ('Comaii.ndilat W. W.
    RIeisintger and staff Irmiii tthe Pensai-
    cola iavy yard immedciat-ly w-lnt
    out to Imet and welcome R-ar Ad-
    miral Fat iluhar and staff'and thief of-
    ficers of the tlhre( v.essel.
    The graceful war ves.els aii i'.i.Irvl,.
    close tg~-thi--r. itl t!h -:rl-ii ;i n .ir
    tlie navy yard.
    Coll ao(i'l'-re : izz-ll brou-l: tlih
    New Yo' k. and l'ilot Wini. Bell ti"
    I'u-xas over' t!,e Itha tthi l mlormiii .-
    He was informed thit the .-hip-
    would probably not come up to ttie
    city b-fior toi-mi,rrow niirnin'g.
    ll oIrd,.r that citizen-i from the iii-
    tritor n1may tlit-se tbe-:iutifil v'---
    su-is. the Lotuisville adii Na-hville
    railroad will ruii special e-xciursitini
    trains fr.im F"loiiaiton anmi d froli;
    Riv.r Junctiin and inti.rmediits-
    p,>intit to-iiiorrow\v, ticke-t-. 4owi 1t. re--
    turn on any train until April .it
    tthl follow iil..g \, r:t<4-:
    All ta'.iofl-. h'iverJ ii:. tis:iC to.Mir-iin-
    11: t, li>'it'; lv, rou ii l i n . < ,-..
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    -:tvnul an r.- ;' Lt .
    t','!- lt.i l' .l: -I. t.o t .*
    1110ti to W I fill! w:i'r-; i; -!I ,WVid li
    tl,+ ("'ni:t*d S at-s gov\, i;; 'it. vw iil
    t!,,: i) C!>-!:1 thl ila ,:i; >p a t&.
    l(]uaidr ni. A r,-qu;i itii< ,liI i.i h-i :,
    rcs-ivA ;it thle Bllr.oklyn inavy yAvrld
    't, KI air :aI band fur thfi I ; ar-
    -'ifo,,. it iid- ;itr- pl-cl' 'd ,It t .i.i"-
    ,.h ijl- \l, "v. "' I :,d -! :%*" i0 ., i> iv im t it
    nivy I l ptrtin' -!t i* now ti;,.ki,, "#-
    frt' to tli Il-h i!iT ih "w tl.a:-t: p .;
    thtie squadrn w;l!; a m -ll wial <*;.,i-
    Tz ttionequal t- ;4iy in tll ,, -.rvic,.
    The K-tr,-air i- by vni Imtati .* i-
    coinfoftatly 'ittej lor a tli;g-liip a-
    the New Y,,rk.
    The New Y'ork lha- been the flag-
    ship of the squadron since, before the
    Spanish-American war and has seen
    hard service
    Don't forget Starrett at Clutter's
    lall Friday March 3rd.


    onstipation
    Headacbe, biliousness. he.-tbarn, indi-
    gestion, and all liver ills are cured by
    "Mbowapm AWS


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    THE PIKNSA(X)l A lSlILARY. 4nd unnecessary, but the public ra"
    -- readily appreciate from whet has
    Good Pr^girse Being Made Toward i een said above the immetn;-e im-
    Rehabblitation. portance of so radical a departure
    The special committee. consisting from former methods and sources of
    Power for all manner of commercial
    of Rev. Percival H. Whaley, Mrs. ,and industrial uses, as that now be-
    F. 0. Howe, Mrs. Wm. K. Hyer, ing inaugurated, aniid soon to be of-
    Jr., Miss Elizabeth Crowell and fered to the public for their pi-
    Mr. J. M. Roberts, charged with tronage.
    the duty of revising the con- TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
    stitution, held a meeting yes- rake Li.xative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
    terday afternoon at the library, and druggists refund then money if it fall to
    Sure. E. W. Urove's siltiature is cn each
    made excellent progress in the per- 1ox. "0c.
    formance of its task. With such a
    committee, a much improved and /
    practical, working constitution. 7
    adapted to the wants of the ineti-
    tution, is assured. As soon as Peppermint Cream Wafers, an at-
    the work of tile committee has been ter dinner dainty. Ask your dealer
    completed and adopted, the officials for them.
    of the library purpose taking up the
    matter of publishing % catalogue A NEW GUIDE TO PENSACOLA.
    and otherwise substantially inviting
    an increased membership, as well as. Chas H. Blils to Issue a New Work iot
    additional donations to the library Meet the Demand.
    in the shape of books.
    Speaking of donations, the latest Chas. H. Bliss will not abandon
    one was that made by Mr. Rix M. the issue of his quarterly magazine,
    Robinson, just received yesterday, as he at first contemplated, but will
    consisting of a beautifully bound set .
    of "Six thousand Years of History." issue it in connection with his
    by Edgar Sanderson. A. M., J. P. monthly magazine. His previous
    Lamberton, A.M.,andJohn McGov- editions have been exhtauated and
    ern, assisted by a notable group there is still a large demand for the
    of eminent writers and authors. Ic work. Mr. Bli-s' Quarterly will be
    is in ten volumes, and covers, as a complete guide to Pensacola. up-
    its title implies, an outline of the to-date in every respect. Mr. Bliss
    history of the world f oni Herodo- has orders for a large number of
    tius to date. Mr. Robinson last year magazines for northern distribution
    made another equally valuable do- and for the Seltia excursionists. He
    nation in the shape of the "New will call on the merchants of Pensa-
    Cabinet Cyclopedia" by A. R. Spof- cola at once in ordei to have the
    lord, late librarian of congress, and work ready by the date of the ex-
    Prof. Charles Anpandale. For thee cursion here from ielina.
    wilcouo additions to the library,
    Mr. Robinson has the .-incere thanks Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
    of the ollicers and menmbier-. those dangerous aTff.ctioin,-.--t. colds,.
    Other recent donation wee from y l gripp.-- h1(-h Faill in-l Will-
    .Other 'e'-niittlonationis wele from ) tor brin ai.shinir. It i- itli p Lr*,at.-.t Mi-ss Nellie Mallory. Mrs. H. L. bronchitis aud all throait ild lung affiec-
    Simpon. the late Major Humphrry, tioi..
    and Mr. Alexander. a visitor to the
    city. A fine set of Gale & t-e iton _
    Annals of Congress, Iroin 1791 to
    1S24, donated by Capt. H. L. Mlarcy
    or Boston. a friend of President
    Hays. in 40 volumes, and the Con- Motto ,tPurit
    g'ressional Record from lb33 to 1.4, Motto: Ahlute Purity.
    are among the large number of val-
    uable reference booKs in the library. A Popular Ent-rtainment!


    Dr. Bull'sCough Syrup is a remarkable
    medicine. A dry, tackling. hacking touilh,
    tie warning that cionsumtiption lurk., near.
    ti.-eds no otlier doctor Dit Dr. Billl',('oinh..b
    5 rupi. It postivtly cuies throat aitd ;unig
    t rouble.


    ELE('lIC POWER
    I'or All Public and Private. Comnier-
    cial and Industrial l['o".
    The installation of the new elec-
    tric light and power plant on Scuth
    Tarragona street. under the super-
    vision of President Northup and
    Electrician Brooks, is progressing
    rapidly and will soon be complete.
    Realizing that the innovation of
    furnishing power by electricity is a
    matter of profound importance to
    every individual or institution in
    the city using power for any pur-
    pose, or likely to be benefitted
    by the advantage of usitic the
    salmle, "I'mB N EWS sent a rellpre-
    sentative to visit the plant this mori-
    ingand secure such information a-
    might be of practical 1se to the in-
    tere-ted public. Presidt nt, Northtup,
    who i- carefully and intelligently
    watching every detail ot this- .'T+ait
    work, very courteou-ly plac-ed at theta
    disposal of THE NIw.w-s iianv 'overy
    item of information nlce--a ar tn tian
    under-tanding of the -cvipe of the
    company's plans coleVrnliini- tthe
    furnish.ling of electric power r for -Li-
    cral use.
    The construction force i- iow en-
    aged( in the reiinioval iI ti t ::a,.ilii-
    cry io tile old plant o il ( ,t d -trit
    t,) thte liew place. W lhlie (IlI- ji-id.! #.,
    the consolidated plant wiil coniit;,ii i
    twin sets of dynamo!-. each h,!in t.i b<
    di iv ni l)y its own etliili _. -. 1 tl;!it inl
    case one of the two lit eith -r -,t ,ri
    battery break, (owi. it- twi:i ill
    itmlit-tliately r.f-placc it l't.icli ydvii.-
    mni) andt engine of each-et will b,.
    ,oper-.ted altrllrnately, i:1 the r, t:!,.tr
    w -k <,f the plant. I--i,.-- tli.! lir
    no"w uied tio propel the .-ti, .I: .:i
    -yste : ainiild the two ptaoir linw 1 b,141
    )br, ghlit troin the o d 'plint thi i
    have n ioTall two f;iw i pa'i
    tf d(yiin illir-. rli" dIr'i'vi-n !)y -ni2:1" s
    oif au ,,il: 1lilt tun -+. i'< w -r. i,, ;++
    -+i w itll l.'i li* .b ,-p ,n s,-i **!'ev ;n I).--
    t::LI t elll. 'l i i l 1 ; ;. itl --
    V t fI t o t I f f Il r II l i I t .o
    ***-t It" iii-t'lllii .. v.... ::. -_',-
    ,f tnhe ate-t ci;p:l'ltV. "
    St' i;ri plti; t, tii'l I :,! I l'v 'i- I
    i;;-fh'ii'ical l o- aret i d.i ,.l -
    ;.i' -tp itI rnl ;anO d l i- i:;ig and di'-trihutit i;. pow t l 1. .:
    1'c.. Ii -. it ally dezr.e,. to a i;i;iit
    '' !11 t. I' pl i -, lt
    i.: : :;i ;;! I t r e-Idy to -!.*. -t: ;i ly
    .,:'-it .iy p )-sibie ine 1'. ; ,
    ldeiiaitld ti- a clea;ip. a-i!y ii,-',' hi t!
    :td c lt;'-r lled pow, !. l;i; e : -i ... ;.
    '!'o :;t: int pt niythi ti'. i;' a t-,i:i ;-
    :.'l, cti rlTipt!. >i, ot i t plia.t :1 (li-
    :;,il. w ith it- it I inut ietabl- ;i 'i :, -
    f)' r %nt r -ili i ;,r i i i-ii- i'iI' -, :.i C--
    t;li ; r i:.. t, wi iiul. l- 1> l ilni ra tih' blf


    Ev-orybody needs a tonic t:-,se
    lazy spring days to drive away that
    tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tomi
    dos 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 tives one who is all
    run down a new lease on life and a
    healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
    Tonic has been tiied 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-
    ar per bottle. six bottles fr five dol-
    *r.i Tr it Tr it inmra e in P.on-,'..-


    SHIRT


    INo. -Our Repular t-0ic Line Cut to.................

    No. 2-Large Assortment of White and Percale Wi.---


    +)-GINGHAM BARGAINS :'.
    Scotch Zephyr Gingham. 25> kind, at..............
    THE ABOVE SALE FOR SATIRIDAY ANI> \I. ,
    AWp Net Ca.-h Priet's..'


    ioo Yards :w-inch Whit. 1....
    sheer, for..........
    '2tm Yards Shirting Print-


    CORRICT STYLES IN G lR e
    Flexibone Mloulded. f .' .
    price ........... .
    High-hiust Dr,.-s forimi
    4-Hook Shor: Cor- .:- f
    Try ()ur Arn: break .............
    A il t;:#- If,- ilinz ,'.: :


    GRAND MILLINERY OPENING Buggies! Buggies!


    A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats:

    At Cohli, Friedlman & Co's Big laclet Pretty Phaetons.
    Store. CA LOAD PRICES n ; E Crts,


    1 e )oe. to inform our lauy patroni-
    and all the ladies of Pensacola that
    we have transferred our millinery
    department down stairs in the rear
    of the dry goods department.
    Our Grand Millinery Opening,
    with unequalled variety in style and
    quality,. will take place THUR1-
    DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
    March 29. 30 and 31. You are cor-
    dially invited to attend.
    COHEN, FRIEDMJAN & Co.


    Photographic Artist,
    204'1 South Palafox St.
    ,a, -liilt ion (* uar;ntt e ld.


    :. ?cG~RAND~


    MARCH 28th AND 29th.


    MiKS. L, COIHENS


    CRAND

    SPRENJ OPPNNIC

    MILLINERY
    -AI -
    BOWERS & KRUSE'S
    Wedresday. M.*rch 28th.
    :n .l n!li A I1 l, ;. i :1 ,
    S: W .1;
    S,,. ,/ / '
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    :WELL,


    DRESSMAK I l,,

    No. 10 North Baylen Street.

    I ORT BARRANCAS, March :W),
    Ii'N. Mealed proposals. in trip-
    licate, will be received here until 11
    a. mn.. April 14th. 194), and then
    opene-d. for construction at Fort
    Pickens. Fla.. 1 Barrack. I Guard
    House and 1 Bak-ry. I'. S. reserve.
    the right to accept or rtjecj't any or
    all proposals o- any part thereof.
    Inforinition furni-hoed on applica-
    tion. Envelopes .lhiould be inarked:
    "Proposals for construction at Fo'rt
    Pie e- Fla. .1i irarr-a-ted T -


    Any and Every Style!


    BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

    First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
    ^' : 1Ve will Allow You Somiethin g for tiihat Old HJui-'
    Ain't but Fifty (Ce.nt-.



    jttiiliam olU T on & Non.


    JUST OPENED.



    le 0:tOvi tvi alurat ud Co Sil'i:1.


    *--Everything New and Clean.-


    MLLnThe M-t Attractivo in the Entire Ci'v". RZP:Iar M:!- -' -
    initl and Short Orders Serv ed:it all htinr-. Special WV.. kI .

    A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,


    14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


    J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
    --M.Li,.facturer and Dealers in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Ih4'a,.

    :. Repairing Attended to Promptly.
    1 E1AST (;AI{tDI)KN ST. : : : : I: N.\,-\ *


    S*LENTEN SPECIALTIES


    u-1 O A;II '.% Y F' I L A N 1l ifit

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    -C.I2iuN -iE\N


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    . _

    .... "BU Y THE BEST


    I "j uISs


    Our REFRIGERATORS are uarant,-,d to'
    and take a lower te!n i ratture than ainy other on the in ai
    They have atn Ab-olut DRY A I It PROVISION Ci:."
    Warranted Absolutely i
    4- ,Our Ice Cream Freezer' -
    WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3': A r

    CWPrices no Higher than for Inf-rior makes. C
    plain them to you.


    tilliam |o1n11on & Soi.



    2--SPECIALS--2


    WAISTS!


    d ilorlirnu Iobno n & Son.


    Top Buggies.


    1MINT T T


    MINT TONIC MSS R. NE


    ECONOMY!


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    S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1900.


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    CLEANSES THE ULIVER AND BOWELS
    &A IT1oA Tn STT O T PmvxAnc W u


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    ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT


    Senators Who Fear They May
    Not Be Returned.

    STIFF FIGHTS CONFRONT SEVERAL

    *Re-pblEraim Expect to Break Even,
    Aiteomlrh Poslbl Losses Are (Com-
    eeded Inm Fre States-Thre lVa-
    raml iEr to Iill.
    WA-IiI\.1>-I). March i .- Special.1--
    Th-re re a nI '-'r of senators in the
    auxioll- so- ;t. "I .y are looIkinIg 1lito,
    tli, trout* ll.-il pin.tical \;it ')rs to .-. if
    thbe pI.-'1-ts oif tIleir return t.i thel
    I- t, :!lt i- tThe.I!i,-'. T ie i-i-.ati- is ar
    i.a gellgt o Si lta i th I t ri--'lls of inUe--liri'd
    , xp.r,** ,# ) y tw, 0 e,.ars. This. 114dert"
    tLh *'oiiiti tisor. I to m iak tli sen-i't
    : ,.Iitmiu ' s l. ,'!y. *- tI' ird >f' t!.
    M 1 "j1!0' Is jll'.t :;"0 lo ,.lr l ::'H ;lll| ;{0 s,,I;-
    ;:it r' \ :;11 I,, wurnz iln o l tl,.' -4t , l:t4 1
    ,f nI,\t M\ ir,.h. \\wir-; a pr,'-iinlt i- .1n
    :; ug uiir:il.'<' 1l, t 0if ill," :*.** u t. -*** ;r:: .
    x iir.-' .1n tIli :.- of I i'-\t % :sr-'1 'i ill
    I'. rt e *. 1. *'t 1. i, iany if thII !I \ it littl.-
    'r IJ ,ip ,sition. liut fo,,r thI 'l"r t!he
    lath 1 ll,,t ;- M-/, .ti2 S1I:|. 1|:1V
    (ronttts within tlhi-ur i'.n Iarty :u:rl
    6tl4h-r< will hla '-e 'oliTe-t to ca41ryV t
    l.-g-latur,-s fior tli-,ir pirty at ;l;e (r; -
    Ing fall elections.
    These Are Safe.
    Of the .~t to I-' -I-c-ted si:lno 1are l i
    r#-ady saf-e lx Senator Ilackhiurt
    Iha lie-n elet-4tl to su'cete Seniatior
    i.inday in Kentucky. The Vircinia
    legislatiure has already Istwn chosen to
    re u-I.-,t Senator Martin. (;eoria Is
    sure to ro-turn Senator Ba-on without
    oplpoltion. (Other Demnocrats who are
    almost sure to itw- elected are -erry of
    Arkanmas and Tllmnan of South Caro-
    lina. Senator lherry had some- opposi-
    tion. I'it it lihas dsappi-ared. Among
    the. IelpulilhIans w ho ar cuititldortd as
    hal-ing a sure ele-ctiont i. proslt'ot. lw-
    -jd-d. S'-iati>"r 4;e-ar of own. alreadyly
    -I.|-l-tl. are- I'rye oelf uMaine. Hoar of
    Masach-iso-tts. 1M1.1Millan of 1Michig::a.
    Nelteon of MinntleSota. Sew'e'll of New
    .l<-r-s' aind \Weinwro.n <.f Ithioide Isla:nl.
    :' l.r as kiouwvu 11), oppitosition hlas
    t..--u elp,-Is ,d lu to a.ny of thIe-., senal-
    .:i, 1 1t! -y S44 Ill Ito a1f-l f
    S otli in III h u'eit l'\\ : uI'ty. i ut I e. ;nls
    it i t,:< 1 : . .- < - 'i, ]" ** I m l<-pu li, :r: le;gislat 'ires. 4 I-,
    I;e|'-tbli 1401 : :i r:i-lilate for roe ulii .<, '-I ':l'.<:4 !1. .i- T: tlle leo:.-' thle lI-ss


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    tli 11ivO!q 1 114 ?,..4 -::-. Sos the contest 'w.AI
    Irto : Ia'-r i t.Ii.- 1:k: a'. rtu-r. heiupar-

    tIXl UtalfltIi" U:o ilhal aIll. las-4to-fihI
    uu:4.;r tile li"lo-lutile l lilo.Ii -r-olica(ll 4-oI

    hull 'Iiillhis palauit. (4mill-alks )Iloppost
    t to1;t u% I -rato I :Iit ,rua tsilnl M N-W-it Itid-by
    t Sa.'w:tou01, 4 %1 l.N'i I. %Aiili t.i-preseutrod
    4isg u ila I ill vtll-ttii iialy y'ears a go.
    Tlu l i-a. .4 u-1Sella 41or 4 'hlatidltr of
    %% '..Il:miji7-w4i, i-4 5swiiueu.-iatimIN-i-lilar.
    Ii.- hell-. rae-ha1 I a -:t)Iio~atief-in re il-et--
    :1 S It I--ii.Ilhi- v. ill numilnunike a
    411t. 4.' ifl I1 14 iS1. 41441 uI l ehl~ef. ill
    %-hiI..' litP440H14' 11flitiVi- lIMilitu-i311i1a1.1y
    .at iithu li-gatcol~itt ri-. There- are 1Itotmn-
    .s-t'3, mI ii hm 31. I-til tl ha'. an easy t ime.
    cojili.-ii of -l-a I yIv te-nie-
    scnta: i- M144il. s- aiii l uarli-'.-ofjTell
    "top- 4 tperm- iMc'Millin. andl Se--
    writew.e irit iof Aluitania toy G4 or.inotr
    I luihI wotu in It lhas hi1-en go-nI-rutllv 4on
    Cikultat % .-:nat..r I 'afft-ry uoff Aiulisi-
    .8duswmlNifl.l41. 414,04 i. 0-califi lim114o if
    pa wi I -1 1,1:1 '. 1*i'u, 1.t lo Ni-I


    nil. Pennsylvania will have a s'na-i
    torial election even if Qulay should lhe
    sented. as hi.s appointment would hold
    only tiatil a sie-u4-sswor is lehteod by
    thie l-vis!atutire. Thli- same is true of
    'tnh. where, there is now a va,-ancy.
    Tli e republicans )elievei that they
    will break about even in the (coming
    elections. They only concede possible
    losses in Ne-lraska. Kansas. Colorado.
    Montana and14 I.l0ah. They exilpect to)
    gain two inD Ielaware. (oil iin Piinnsyl
    vani aind oitel in South I al:aoti., It
    all the silver states they think IthI
    changes are fa'.ir. ald tlie pirs.n,.l pi'p-
    ularity of the sittiiln senators is ex-
    pieted, to carry 'zreat weight. Th(
    I )eiuocrat silver menlin and P'opuli-st
    CexI4'-t li t wi: inl all the- so tcall'i J(oubtful! -Ilttcs. west. .A\:1 t \V. lit.1N.

    THE ROYAL BOX.
    Eroiprr Wi':inm if C rnminy i.as ask-
    ed h li' i !.2. h:>i% hbi- salary ill-
    y. :u:ly mn cn i .' .'i.4l ,II.'2"s.
    "].l*. Er;l-a ,l I l:',. .if i.ul lliburg wil lie
    S.; i:l J li; .. \ t L.4. i- a- Ikeei- a :,l :,'4tive.
    a spilort.'-ii:111 :1a an::y to Ie, f(,. iun in his
    litti., nI,,u.try. li has : st:a diug ;arm:-y
    of :;;2.' men.
    i ihI l the P' irci, of \ois es les to
    his ii.,tlicr. his r>yaIl hihnlli'-s always
    rn.- The I ulke of York lie iuvarial,!yv refers to
    a- "'My s-on. the l0uke of Y,'rk."
    Quee-n Victoria hans tive nm:ids to, ansi-t4
    at her t-ilct -nnimely. thri-e dre-.-ers awl
    two vLar i;',bli m ai'n-. The seni-r, who
    has tlien mauy y(ars with her majesty.
    is especially charge with the task of
    conveying orders to different tradesmen.
    I The shah of Persia, on his way to the
    , Paris exposition, will visit The Hlague,
    nil event to which the young queen looks
    forward with no little apprehension., hav-
    ing heard much of the varied experiences
    of other sovereigns on the occasion of
    the visits of the late shah.


    KANSAS CITY.
    The wife of the Kansas City hotel man
    wil! spend the summer in Paris and the
    Riviera after the Democratic convention
    is over.--Minneapolis Journal.
    I People wh don't like the terms and nc-
    coninmdlations of the Kansas City hotels
    during the -oinventiona season can stop at
    thbe packing houses.-Milwaukee Sentinel.
    The main: pnurlose iof seeming this -.>ou-
    : v.nti ,n i- to aildvertis, Kansas City. We
    nimuit holxi-e the crwdis well and f,.,-l
    themin w,.ll. Andl. In t important of all,
    we nim.st nl-t iub thecn.-Kanias City
    J"uiiiml.
    i .\nther rea-,ini for huldinc the Denmo-
    S(ratiol national c,4Anventiuin in lKansas City
    i was tO give the dehlgatsit aun visi.ltors a
    < halintv t,i soe the only towt'i in the uni-
    verse where the peI-ophl' g. down stairs to)
    take the cars on an elevated street rail-
    way.--Kan-as 'City Star.

    A. R. Do Fluent, editor of tht,
    .o ,,ri-n'l,. Doyl-stowii. (}hio. i offered
    for a nunmbtr of year, iron rho-uma-
    ti-in in 1'iia riiht Thoulder and side.
    He says: "'My right ,nrm at times
    was entirely n-el---. I ti ied Chamn-
    b-!;n'. '- tPainI Bt li atiid wa- stir-
    ;,ri-ed to rec-ive- r lioef :;tir'o;t in tnne-
    di.ately. Ti-e Pain H Ilin lhas been a
    constant coiiipaiIm ot f minite enver
    -in'-. and it rver fails." For -a-ie
    liv Hannah Bri-.. 21 Soijth IPal,,fox
    -treet.

    DURHAM Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alemberte sells
    them.
    Medical fiocwOy. Attemtlon.
    There will be a regular meeting of
    the Pensaccla Medical Society at
    the' Board of Health office at 8
    o'clock p.m.Tautaay. April 10 and 24.
    Visiting physicians are cordially
    invited to attend.
    D. W. McMiLLAu M. D.,
    President
    E. F. Bxucn, M. D.,
    Heeretary. S6mt


    BARGAINS


    -IN--


    IQeal


    Esta te.


    it, bopov Ir I f :I It. I i .-# Io off, vIb io n- u p-re- 4.of Ilnurelnnv-riI-
    lustutiii-t e of \ ,t4 usll-zi ii n ill w. 2~~ ill iuY -l aic'r'-ski-m d~1ung cit!
    il MIN-60 I-~il .4414rrmtho e aIc-Iti .111$2 0 I lult-..
    i ll h Y f-i r I oi- l '-"l boek
    4-&L.. -,14aj .&A \i-i c. 4 'fSlowI I? I I will II$3000fuld a ii it 'evlt-i rilulial ltLdu't
    I 1 i i s-1:- i'f Il~sl$- ul'-t!Wgts i-h.: This iruiperr3- is in N-'.I2
    '~t .!f-. :.- ; t't t l~I'i111'h' vI IIuili 7-7-0 7 ae,- t-. I-d -v-n MHu
    projiertv hut- t '%% ,tt-r front wi- I ho- hav: alsu

    '~ cIn -tre--I ar ltu. 11. uL :- z'i.Iin-, utid all in(id
    '.4 :1. :u I '' t --h- ~ 4.rlOn c nuiiiincvl -
    1 i:: ';I he -,-241 i-'- in'..h:- f ,o t r

    T til-. ::.-v \-;-- !tee f t-nnw'i hu-ui --, -urp )-.i

    er'. ix' I : '-'1i-id : )teuir on1.e\I-
    *~~~ ~ -, t.- :-' of~b' 'au)Il t,- t .illa utedeilz -r--d-r
    $8000t-:...'a-' 1l
    ~flfl( .f~ ~ll ti .4-r--i- -r-y!U,4I%% :uo
    '' ix- a I!oxI and 'I i- 4ras~it iuc iii! -t q


    ''a~I la. ui it. -) W will ll:% inH. wrlur- fri Stii
    in hi-Iruitih. vt.t titr lies-r
    '-1 u it tt mus:tut e- n f in -eve-rut
    '. -~r ail hre _rs-1 cre dizs witi. h-jt
    4~~~ 114-t Nlt~a I-otr Ctlll%4ert ill*..;,. $IIll0l00010
    11tnt willEMst Side of Plaza.
    Ii 1a-lte1.j Ix~v le-


    ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
    A rich. sandy loam that Is well drain-
    ed is -me of the best for potatoes.
    In selecting trees or plants it Is al-
    wa:ys best to select young, healthy
    OI 'S.
    It is; a ;:gd plan to pinnt a tree of
    snt1-e kind in ever-y corner or waste
    place.


    ()ne serious olji-cion to mulching
    year after year is tlat it has a tenden-
    cy to Iirin;: th- roots near the surface.
    I:n T.: spring es;p,-cially there is no
    econ i:!iy in seitt.g ,'it trees or plants
    w ien the soil cauunnot be worked into a
    good tilth.
    Sprinkle a good dressing of copperas
    under the grapevines as a remedy for
    miladcw. It will at least help a nd pre-
    vent it it d'cs not entirely cure it.
    In all pruning c-are shou hl be taken
    *o tir;a:in eoery tree to shade its own
    trun':!-. Let th.ri. le sylniiietry anll
    ia.i:fo':i:aty in tlhe growth of the limbs.
    S't ron g soapsiiuds applied with a
    b'rop.iwn or white'.ash bru:sh is one of
    thle liest was.-II-s for f'ulit trees nd if
    prop 1':ly 1 pplie0l will aid miat.rlally In
    destrovying lice.


    Itulee for Lent.


    KIDNEY DISEASES VIDAL & SMITH.

    ar the fatal of all dis-


    IS KIDNEY CURE Is
    SInarmitts 6i a Rrsiei I


    or money rdunded Contains
    r imedis recognized by emi-
    nent physicians as the best for
    Kidney and Bladder troubles.
    PRICE 50c.and$.00.
    W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.

    A (Caret;i I nband.
    Friend a brilliantly l:;ti should think you'd he .jealous of her
    Host (conftidtenially To toll the
    truth. Simipkins. I ami. I never invite
    anybody there that ;!ny sane woman
    would take a f'n!ry to.-New York
    Week!y.
    The (ClIIng or Hinm.
    "Why do yo think he would make
    a great collh'e )reslile t':"


    All the faithful who have com- "lHe l:i; such a co,;axring way and is
    pleted their twenty-first year ali n.evr :.fraid to alpprtiach anybody.
    who have not begun their sixtieth ,-4hy. I I,,li..v-. ':,. evenel hav\O the
    year, and whoare not exempted fr.I m rv to t : I Sn with a
    the obligation of fasting by sickness, nse .-ri ti .l i t- ... ;I ago T i es-
    hard work or other well known r- erald. -
    sons, are obliged to fast on all the JItiald.
    days of Lent, except Sundays-.
    On those days but one full meal i- Furniture on Credit
    allowed, which should not be taken M be, tif .- I i i r
    befo Mot b antiful lie of .-\i\ boards
    before nooni.
    Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea o-ver shown in the city. Woad,',-bes,
    or thin chocolate. and a smtll piece with gl t-- doors of o v-ery d- -cr ip-
    of bread or a cracker, to be taken i union, frotn the 'ht-apest to th.- fin- t.
    the .n..rning; and in the evening, a Roll-top secretary cu-e, ,-I- -l n ly
    collation. not exceeding the fourth flllie(t, t. title lile of ehi ,,l .l .t.
    part of an ordinary meal, is allowed, and everything cI,,ntainld it) a first-
    At this collation, butter, ch-ese, class furniture storeat t. .M. Pryor's
    milk, eggs and all kinds of fruit. Bargain Furniture Hou-e.
    fish and vegetables are allowed.
    When the principal meal cannot At C. V Thompson',n.
    without grave inconvenience be Crune's Ladies' Note Paper, and
    taken at noon, it is permissible to Enve-lopes to match.
    take the collation in the morning Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
    and the dinner in the evening. Hurd's Parchment.
    Abstinence from the use of flesh Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
    is enjoined on all the Wednesdays Linen Tablets.
    and Fridaysof Lent and on the Hat- Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
    urday of Ember Week and on Holy English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
    Saturday. Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with
    The ule of lard is allowed in cook- a general assortment of stationery.
    ing. C. V. THO MPSON,
    Fish and flesh are not allowed at No. 30 South Palafox Street.
    the same meal, even on Sundays.


    EgKs, cheese, milk and butter may
    be used every day. but abstinence
    from all of these is recommended on
    Good Friday.
    Persons exempted from the obli-
    gation of fasting are not bound by.
    the restriction of using meat but
    once a day on the days in which the
    use of meat is permitted by dispen-
    sation.
    Children over seven year- of age
    are bound by the law of abstinence.
    unless excused by sickness or other
    causes.
    The paschal time, in which all
    Catholics who have come to the
    years of discretion are bound to re-
    ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
    tends from the first Sunday of Lent
    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
    -ee that the children comply with
    this duty.
    The holy ei-,,ni of Lent is a time
    of pir.ayer, uf sorrow for .-in. of -eclu-
    -ioin from the world ;aid it-, amiu-e-
    in-tit-, anid of gi-lierois alitn-givin4g
    By a -p-cial indult granted to th I
    bi-hops of the U'nited (States for *en
    years. d:ttiihg from MMar2h -13 1S, 5
    working, people, who cannot ea-ily
    obl)erve thp. collinlliti law of the
    church, are dispensed from the ob-
    ligation of abstinence on all days of
    the year exc-pt Fridays. A-lh
    Wedne-day, Holy Week and Christ-
    mas Eve. This dispensation does
    not exempt from the additional ob
    ligation of fasting, where such ex-
    istt", nor does- it authorize the use of
    flor and tle-h at the same meal. It
    includes, however, not only t-he indi-
    vidual workmen in whose favor it i-
    sranted, but all the members of their
    families as well. In return it is ex-
    pected that tho*e who avail them-
    selve.- of this indult will endeavor to
    enter into the spirit of the holy sea-
    ,on of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
    tification. penance and almsgivinit. A
    most praiseworthy custom is that (if
    abstaining during Lent from stimu-
    lants, in honor of the sacred thirstof
    our divine Savior.
    Those who entertain, any reasowni-
    ble doubt about their obligation to)
    fast or abstain, ought to apply tr,
    their pastor or confessor for advice,
    EDWARD P. ALLEN.
    Bishop of Mobile.
    Mobile, Ala., Febtuary 16, i1 0).



    GRIND [Ei ER Bill!
    To be (;iven Hy
    HOPE LODGE. No 2571. K. of H.,
    S.i( I -'ellows Hall. Wal rr, ,'ing n.
    Monday, April 16, 1900.

    rTic.ket- 7, cents. L.adies Fret-. Fre
    Tratn-portation on ,Dummy.



    DRINK LION BEER!


    Endorsed by all Phyvsician- as th'-
    olly Beer ab-oluttely ree frnimn adul-
    t e c1"AtioiW .
    Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
    PENSACOLA.
    Try It. On Tap atll Sall o s.


    Buy your wife one of
    handsome parlor
    Crom .Marston Fine





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    those
    suites


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    Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA:,-; :.: a
    0--other Bigh-Grade Whiskies. (^
    PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


    DUNN'S


    A

    1.41 -


    HOTEL


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
    OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN 1-E.\-,,
    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.Ui per Day. LODGING:
    515 and s510 nouth Palar. street. Pen.a ala,. Florla 25 and 60c


    ,JOHN PUJRDY,-

    Foundry l Machine Shops,
    CENTRAL WHARP, COR. JEFFER-ON AND PINE TV I-.


    h. Telephone 346. -:- Pensacola. Fla.

    nATTERvS%. c.1 Car Wheel-, Wood and Irowi Iull -i-. Hanzrr-. vx--. l-. *:
    ( I factured to Order in Fir-st-Cla-, Workmnanlike Maniier : i H .-
    ble Rate,.
    Dealer in Maohinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.


    i'.('. liRL;NT.


    '3.t N Lu FS'.
    .c-Pu :eri- Iit.


    W K. I -I ..lit..
    ;iti :.1r.


    .1 "I -
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    First national Ball


    (w PENSACOLA. FLA.


    DMI 3 IC- B 0RET,


    All High Cut Shoes in IA I .
    Men's, Ladies', Misses'


    Children's at reduced
    prices ...



    A Special Sacrife!

    350 Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
    Heel Button and Lace Shoes


    for only


    $1.25.


    ItFOULAR PRICE $2.00.


    Gentlemeo,

    -S Don't Miss It!
    A SHORT TIME:


    THE ONLY TIME.
    AND CASH TIME.


    Mei '-. (Gitiine ('alf Tun Lace Hand
    .o-wed Welt for oi)l!


    $2.50.

    11 LI- LAR PRICE $.;5V..


    I),' : i.,i,- Ti'm- a:d :'r About
    t'ri( i W'-- S:;Nl L ,-II a', the Low-
    S-t iP' :- S.," Houlse i'l t e City.
    T YRur 'or alio- aNnd


    TRUNKS,


    /. GUGENHEIM.


    Cl'We draw our own RIllW of Exchanre in ()r-at ri;tan Ir-.
    Germany., France. Auatria, Italy. Holland. pain Hialiium. Ko-a- '
    way. Sweden. Denmar&' and other European conittreew
    &W"lVeaels Disbursed upon the Most Pannrable T"r s- *i. ':. '
    Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dotsknation Ten or **t.-* i a*-
    after Vessel Arrives there.

    WI'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
    with whio0b we have a Privat. Amartment fore th. P*
    of 10ttrwv


    Cold Weather
    Coming.
    orders and l-t aI n i r r '
    cold snap arrive*. W"e *i -n..' '
    bht eLoal you can procure for '' -
    or beating purposes at resMiiaris- -

    T Momps0o, Olseq 0 '
    Sealve-ru in

    Coal and Wocd.
    omflce and Vardn; :. ,r ..-
    and iailroade tr-..-i.


    Telephone No. 147.


    THE ORIGTr&L--* Af


    ST. LO051


    A. B. C.


    BEER. U*

    V. J. VIDAh, Sale Wh lesI er.

    ALSO WIgs[IE. BRI IS IIIi. IIPO.TEDi -
    Panl J3cs ani EcPi Sprinzs tlibrat
    TRY I BOTTLE OF CELIRT TOI
    PHONE 154. : : : ; P. '*
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE I sL;JIiE0
    Free Delivery to Any Part nof tb
    WlAII order left at Tbhe Offleoe, Vidal
    a~tmtead to.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1900.


    FUNIERA OF DR. ISAAC WISE.
    29"Iy DISdmuhhd" Rabble Atteud
    the Obeequime
    OCINNATI. n. Xb to.-The funeral
    4t Dr. amwWarntbrought to this city' a
    barge gaibving (ofrabb-as. awell as of
    H.-brv-w... To-kg*raxut4 of ('qbfdiolenitv have
    br%-n r9'iiv#ed from C4nara~ntintopl.e and
    4 other Ein-pqgi ~np tint r. as well atifrmn all
    4-em tht. Uum-i tStatem. incluthiag many
    1hi. .wt'jh !uimpal ..umA da! an
    *.ar Iv a*: Thia- iu.rtimia& atherv-sidtiwuv.
    'Thai 1.. rvnu,Iaa Inv III s.tate- ht tilt
    .. k. -ra' fi-a1att %AII iia 104.
    *~ ~ I*Waqithe-rI~ii.
    9a. I,!A bv wall l -rtv-in thisi
    .atfr T olaw- iatl ansaa1 .rt *wm~
    "MrANIZ tOY r.f~-'tA. N:as i r


    me. IC i-i T rrv. wtit. I-. i i t. -
    i- hr in i, iui-' lillll-u erleory night. It
    f. r--u- v--t t h#.i- -i --tuv 4sof IEddIit -4mzT rl-
    1 .1- 4 1 N*' v -u.-,u a N-- Yis-wkcliub
    r'vv-l .1 ,.Ia7V T" '; r- it'j~j -A 'Jr-fcl ii.
    buute- -I citn i t1w alplis-ar.t ha
    49. N. -,%j.:1- f r A mataach within
    arrscP4 r .iuiit d-'ui t uiI eird -
    I:' r 4 'a:-lo-r h&u kl- 1w ,-. 'u
    M .~h.*li.a-il hiz- :i auirzic"-
    ft.u I. iu1'.14 imll.- cpt.U ciai.rl hlai.!, "Jo., T
    a z '4n.:


    14o aIi I~Ito- 'srt Iifiv.



    thiatll linun il and itti 'v.-Ime-'Kl~i t h..i in
    part-iL in 4f ;an Ti-uttaike t-it siit- c-,f tli
    urn. iailo. raruu tn-aml t.-- nthle-Pa-
    T'ic lii sji'iqvt-t-l wipiveiicit-'ll
    sfl'.. c-Vt -xib-ndicitut'- v 4 csv"-VrI1 l 111-
    Kiwat fi..llrs f-or a lora-slowattcr. c-isal-nir
    wha~rf. it-na-..h. .psanot i -ovh. e-lui-i~t-rI
    %mmer4aft Pork Barred.
    t7.~-a~t~s)PE.Maroh '21. The
    pfft.- ha. unfiarmed the Vunt.-d State:. It--
    inflon that in the fouturo the importation
    of Anmeksiun pork will be prohibited.
    "Vin a r~essanafor th* pnchibiti-on
    ta tm Ow4SE#iitiefljufleiSt t4 vthe ;cnblict
    hesMi. Mr. Userd C. (Gii*r'sm~S. United1
    f~mos harp's. ffaartcs. Pi's te~tod el -er-
    gocks~l. &4tanding tb.. anntilation oft
    lb. nwa r.
    A NMgbt -1 T -s-r,or.
    -Awful anxiety' wag felt for the
    widow oft the brave Oetieral Hurt;-
    barn of )Iachiais. Me.. when the doe-
    to"ri aid ethe could tas't live till inorgi-
    Ing~.- write-.4 Mrs. 2S. H Liueolti. wt!si
    atto-nded he-r that feal ful night. -All
    :"z~ai-ogt ithe tuiii-t -woln adip fri ill
    P-oeutnonis. but vije -ber.t~,i for Dr.
    Kiti ung Ne-w lhic.ss-ery. -d% jMI: It i~nd'a
    had cuired tier v f tusi-iiaul jtieca. l-
    ta9r throe O'~an .41.6.6.- J : -.#- lt --I'
    .ill nlightt. andit- Isfuit -r c- t-"e1
    liltts-ly cured tier. 'U lai. r v-1. "I-
    Ituitdititu.ios -gnararnl:.-I t ct s
    Thrat Ct bie-it i~eze i J I


    CURTAIN RAISERS.
    I., I t-wi, ffn-ru fHavamna

    1k. il .*f*I t-.. I I I ; .!.tf
    .ic tI ccit- ~it .1 11;1i ; Lt..* !hsa


    -. ;J.jH- \ .:'! t \Vina !21:a ; 11. 1 L
    ;a -I...: "1-4:.. p-L'-ai:auii.



    -... tp-c-in cl i -c- -, uld hai-v di des ue

    Nisac ii.A aiiif~ t Birtiahee is(1
    i.4L .- I :'.untA: 1b .014.1 11 iic-hes in
    bvieiztt. l:,*:-ji Ma) Ln-;$1010.411110) virth
    41-t .i~ftnn!,cc. C- tan. h- %toIn 4-ti 1)the
    ZZ mus .. y .rs. IPid,~'vt,%-sku~z spirit
    .i 1- hetde pr-AucY rit ,iuatiimq'r.
    Mietn Nluticl.. .Adcam.; z-...;..n'd in **The
    Ici.tlcs NI uI1t,-r" !11\..-W You L.a 1pIesa-
    mut teai'irr-ta the :.seie in a stage
    1-x oif MIwt. mliii I J .1 c~ tbeoiiixnsl (if thei
    !-I at pn t. %a h. 1wee-it rtclo-4 htibs s-rtelit.
    a erafllia; :i,~laudil the work (of has sue-
    *-mor. 4Eta riau J.hu11pilc.
    The n.-tv plmii "'VUnity Fair." whic-b
    ,!@ c Into. t 'aril-v (o'.iiain a-as writing.
    %was clmcitati.-qdtci Mrs1. Cticiglhn. It is all
    trlh-. texet the- lmst actI. fora-bi.-h
    \jr,. '"'rchlan in hst manyof brhurtiuttcand's
    rit-- a.ta-Ide-nb. It is smil that ('ler-
    e-n ?~'..t.th.- Vncgi-,lh critic,.a-all Finish
    cthe i- v anrl ntt.it Mi:-b Oobaun v% :Isaer
    in it fliltt~~c2

    TOWN TOPICS.

    Ttm>-.; 4.k Itv. I ng)fir ran.i-

    It is ni~urtil-Ai 4 cettfle- hat 1s.tf
    ice .cieu.Ic 1hei ii,! ti-3 of A mntmcip.-l
    ;o. ,, 1.. u'.t'the cNiuc-um.ain i mai
    *..1 t?-.-t it v- amttt a tws-cCNt-st.-IBai-

    thr,-~ thme hi~. i..1i-e his ci:.
    q'c-1-4 -4iUn C.11I id 11 c a: d a 'V
    it a lc 'Oit1tfl Slo. te V.un. itd se-i-q.
    ,t Paul ;se.
    The- St. Io-sii:Is ap-. vh;,checertain C~hi-
    :!r .--vrtoo..nt- hare- 1w-en try uti"their
    I i :t d-i,-lc.tinig 1.- I cks as
    i ub it wid.-Intr il ti, a per-r :1. aIt+., ft.:t
    far frrei-ni eli.-Kanasat(a *!'.-Timt-.c
    Uutml.with a pccprtif-itm wcf 4i~4AII)Sb*)
    $ "iiIl 17.1.'s4c) ln th s c- -rl- 1!1,,t ear.
    a ~ ~ ~ Wt aal 'ru-tw .cjb~ PT clni"ft "f .
    1 141.4"Ns !.ovlt t tI, -re t thii !21 iss Ifws I
    I:. h.-n- a:th anpsocul-a'..a c1 77.)
    tl.i $t.4bI Si -ai::t'Jo.urnal.


    Chncolate Crea~n Mint1 Waferz.
    If i-our dealder ita- hotwict i::a Ie:n. tell


    The Jcl: Fruich 'Nu&I Craun Co.
    WWiN mve is Ibsir elegant now quarters,
    11 S"hbftsox Wma~t. in ths Siinqer
    Saw" Ug Ne ~oCo's stoem, Werob 26th.
    OwwWsaftthat datathre wIll be found
    fib-


    MARITIMES
    ARRIVED.
    Prt sf Arlington. It. 6. Knowles. St Lucia to
    Oull Transit Lo
    CLEA RED.
    Soen so Erne-to. 1WIP, Ctruaacaboa. by Wm
    S4 Ko-ser a Co for (jrveeock.with 90U.11S a ft
    OUmber. i.1Gs itYr swn timber. valued at
    Ant scix Donna Christina. W1st, A if-son. bv
    Simp'on &confor Heluzp. with 2:41-oi % ft
    rt#UL h yellow pi"neilumnth -r .%C.isit istsh and
    -ioor work%..valued at Pit
    thr. 4'iiurnuum *..Scit i-tufTran-
    ,It "o o*for 1' uria. wiath f743 tonc pi.liopbate
    r~wk. vi-.. t 116i.,7%
    AT QU~ARA14TINK
    H w. Wt Louli,. '7.Janq!.on. Hiauiturg to
    mA Kt-y %e r a Co
    tort bl; I.~meula Elvorm. 777. 4,oneshes,
    P-ruaxanbuco to Mltart, Iiunwo)dv &A-)4.
    Itus tuik U-mo. 7*-. Johbasrmn. Valencia to
    I'i-n-sacoha Lumiber Co)
    -%or Ick I' 015e- li. Lorenisen. Lon~don. to
    iun~sacoia Lumber 4 o

    THlE SMIIPPLN&W
    VKSMrZJS IN lP"Nu
    WaU&wOwKI,
    Hr VO urnu-ii. I -r).tcott. cid for F.um
    Hr Evrni~an 1INt'waoo~t. toW
    K.--ypt-r & Co
    ?-pan l'.rne,.t' V 4* I ritztu ie,! -t. cld for
    Gii .--nve'k
    Hr 1-erunia. 1I'.J. Businti: i.- t V Y-
    !er & C01
    fit Rivl~ngliana Ii. Ju~i.z.s'on. to Putna-
    cola Lumbxler t'o
    hoa. j tt-,t i:.'=,JitzLsvaj~o 4ulf Transit 4. o
    !f i p*
    ltu- Uroumb-u%,,!."!. IDur.caman. to NV L
    Wuttich &at-t
    Nor Patriarch. td. tislver~s-n, to H H
    Boyer


    It C'h & 4k o
    43e-r le-aislb-imu. 7"-.. Hi.~.t aar-.
    I unwoly &4 io
    It be-r-aglis.r.. I-):., Costa. to banr, Dun-
    Nor Barossa. ....Evertr-e-n. to 11 If 1.%.r
    It Coguat:.'. %i1. Pautre-nole., to Ro!'Aco
    Itr ri
    Nor Concordia. tli. H alver-;ou. to order
    it liue Caguiu~. I1V17. Larart-tta, to order
    Swed Libarwar. 1271. gl.uaidrall. to orde-r
    N,)r F Eliir. 5A-1. Andersen. to o~rde-r
    Nor Frigga.,ri. Weine. lundeo to ord--t
    Nor (jluait. .-*iLar~son, tSLiider
    N4or India. t..7 j'fl'te. to 43ult Naval
    LStores Co
    It I taitIa.'i7. Podatei Is. to I Torn-c
    It Luugiam . arsa o'~bKt-pwr
    Nor Mertapcire. L.Joinbon. to aarsr.
    1-iuiiaody & Coi
    %or Nom j0K. Mikke.sex. tc. Pensacola
    Lurntwr Cr.
    Nor Perfeet,6KL Lariten, to W ,5 Keyster
    a Co
    it Pte-unvors. cWlto Rozzo, to R,)-aceo firoii
    Nor -iri. daiUaU. Lu ratterson.i,)'-
    Nor Solafide, SU. Potertten. to order
    Ir Trento. WK7. tiirdeall. to Bearp, IDun-
    wody & Co
    Ana Vedault. 779. Ecker. to E E. Saun-
    dors & Co
    It V.-ne-zian,4 a3l-arrarl. toftars. Icut-
    Wody A Co
    Ger Eliy, 47m3. 11"ass, to order
    Am l'F", retiC f, read ich. m67. Lmn k, Ito J po
    A Merritt
    Amu potnuni Cbris-tina. Pi~i. cld for Belize
    m an EI-:sa .ABev Ion. 252. Benson. to master
    %"a H~taimcr. .5-5. Axelson. to nia-tor
    U:r Julia Llizatmeth. -', aitect-iig., to mias-
    ttsr
    Hr NMabel ltar~ing, I:!. Roberts. to Muster
    I'?, CLEAARIJ AND) SALKJ' Yc'-K FEN-

    F -r~ ir. cr.-> Wsr~~c-t.r Marrh7
    1',,L-ifI '.-rri'c.Br. 1 -iu~il lare~i I'
    Hii d i.--rile-sft. hr. 1'-1. fat Hamrr. Jan :00
    Hiii nao. Nor.'1.'11. Olsen. AiAtworp. Jan IP
    I; ..nor.mii'. is.nna 4-tisby
    Miarcht It
    Nci.Ii lr. -li4.eokNsri2
    toaNor. fit uti. kSara y Ni arlh ii
    t$~lo~daiut. lr aid 4. Mi arc-h
    Ka' iNoir. !mu. ltr.in-ii. liar csiua .stMnac i-
    Intl-:
    T.icS* Waymanf. Br. A! 1. Watt. arri% e-d Rot-
    It-rdanu. Fen v
    U. v- r!.ton. fiKr. Rbrsn ,-c-I qo .!
    it I clcro It, r. :!Ii.CA- tp A uintAirp Itarce b
    .azIr.Br. sId naanseaes-cb 8
    "! I 111.%
    iirtt:I;--nia Nor. *4.ic t. uI.-r Yek t)n

    ~ or i'_7. -ld ttit tA erp Ii ls-e-I1
    s.. Nioe.d. : tat ftte Sav El-t) i-
    itIr do. It. d terlica -h 17

    Ut.:A. r l It.Ru-. nLl. Pat "at t-.Iona. Febt '
    uisIo-. iwcl *1H ull Ist'inI
    E ,pir a'I nrrui1az i k -t No-'c ~r. It 1,a: A ntIwc- r;,
    Dec I iI
    1-: ri ir.ev. P*~ usI, n -e' ,l
    r rut?7 isuStit% ;11-. -*d.1 u -.,c L-n I 'strIt
    F- lucie-. it. _75. %!d N aleti'.m Nltizcti"
    Fits-sa.. It. fis-L5 '.a %mi-s H.-pt iz. ashore
    Nov 20 near Port R,,% m I
    014-r. Nor. airi Pre-stoin Ilcc 11
    March q
    K-nitegcern. NScr '7s. -old s,Iuckstadt Ilarch 7
    Johcan Lufl .No-r. ,,ait .K .i-Nid.ov 10
    .lohsinnl-. Nor. cIrt1onhsitrg Ic-c it
    % arias Iar~aret ia. Swed. b d Cape Town
    '.arett *
    bIle Ic b It. G5(1;o-di5C March iA
    MI arcel -a. ItI. ald H am burg. S N ...I
    Nielusuno. His im u. sod rHhsi'icrce'isFoh -4
    SMonte A.,IV. 7*1. sid Marseilles Mar,ti
    4Olea. Ku%.. s d I.* Pal tire ()etK
    flat-Ist adro. It. lc9.0mel id 4unterdam J anIo
    1114moer. 4.-". li A. it L~i.don '%4 t't. i aI
    Pre.te--air Jobn'eta. Nor. ici#4. msld Hrl,'o'
    Fecb r
    Racberl lpP.tIt!. sZ-2.91 M a -sev1.41 Fesl,-1c7
    Roeb.-.Dan. 4414. at Bhab, Jan :,I
    1491-Is AB. IE. %oil, at L&aPi' aa. 'Nov :1
    Valuata. Nor. isiud Leth bich 1i
    Virginia, It. sid Madeira. Ye.t)i Y'


    We have saved many doctor bill-
    since we began using Chamberlain't
    Cough Remedy in utir home. W-
    keep a bottle open all thie ti::ic- and
    whe-neverany of my family or mvy-
    -*-lf begin to atrch- cold we begin to
    u-e the Cough Remtedy. and a?. a re
    -nit we never have to s3entd away for
    :a doctor atnd intcur ai large do-tor
    bill. fsor ('h:amberlailn'A Cou.h Rein-
    e.ly never failt 'o cure. it i- cer-
    t Inly a mnedicir' f ireaf t iLo t- tt;nti n
    worth.-D. S.S. M-I RKI E. general
    Merchant and Farnmi-r. Mlatti.', ked-
    ford county. Pa." For-4al- by H n-
    nath Br,-.,-' 21 South Palfox str-et.


    LIBELS ON WOMEN.


    Full of FU'INITI'RE. The fin.-t
    lit of \Valniutt BHfdrooin sulites %ver
    shown in P n t-ea"o!.. l'r.ttv. ti-atly-
    fini-fhi d l(I I nak bedroom iPutiite- at
    all prices.. l:ttira and ('nhbl* r Seat
    Rocket.,, big and little, cheap and
    high. Look at them.
    (). M. PRYOR'S
    Jhrgain l'uruiihiug House.

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

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


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    COHEN


    SFRI ANll O'S


    tt IMPoBA11" NOTECO
    To the Coatractors and Geeral Public of
    Penseola:
    Nbteie is hereby riven that on and
    after the first day of April. 190U, no
    Union mechanic or laborer will work
    on any building with any non-union
    men where there is an organization
    of said craft under the jurisdiction
    of the Central Trades Council.
    mt:f J. R. JOL'KDAN.
    Tickets for Starrett'% ovninz in
    Pen-aecola, for sa e at Thompsonis
    book store.

    Your Credit is Good
    For anything in our house. We have
    a luarv assortinint of Couehe.. Bed
    Lotniires. Toilet I'et+i and Bedrouin
    Suite.-. Iron Bedstead-4 at $4 u)p.
    0. M. PRYtiR'8
    Bargain Furniture House.

    Soothing so setsoff a home
    as handsome furniture.
    Marston ,t Fincht have an
    immense stock for you to se-
    lect from and they will sell
    it to you on long time and
    easy payment s.
    Free Vaccination
    OnTuecdays. Thursday anifd l .t-
    urday. from 12 in. to : p in.. ps-r<>n-4
    will be v.iccinated free of charge at
    tl. ollice of the State B,;ard of
    Health of Florida. No. I9 WE-t Inte-n-
    dencia treat. Phy-iciains of the city
    have kindly ("nv-entd to1 prforii
    tiie (-rvice at the hour naiiti-d.
    V.M. K. HvY:::.
    Ag e:.

    Three Large Stores


    We are prepared to welcome our
    A home and visiting people to see our
    Spring Line which we are receiving i,
    X, rapidly. c1


    We positively carry the largest and I
    H most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
    Ii in all colors and prices.
    -?


    Our Stock is Immense '
    .'""'.. 'in ," ;,m l r. /,,/ )Y ui/', /\-,. i/,o ',' ./, .-

    t/,, ,','!l,/ /., 1 '/ Ir ,, .


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


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


    S+ Millinery,

    Sent.' urni/.hin., andl 'nnth)in almost A
    Given A wa vr.


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


    ;k Ten are Cordially Imitel to V11it C anr Ilamn tg Establishmeit


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


    Mail Order-. Pr.minptly Attended to.
    Trade Discouut oif 5 on all Ca t, i Purchaw-<.
    ---1 .1 ..l Ca, ato --


    SCOTTEN, FRIEDMAN & CO. O
    I-.- IP- i


    W. B. WRIGHT COPANiY,


    M(AN -% 1 I :1:'- ANIl .1-1 x: I-ASr'TS


    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAVED CYPEES SHINGLE--Klin-rl-ef Saps
    '---" PEV'(ACOLA. FLA.


    TRY TI YIEWS' WANT COLUMI


    +oF. E. BRAWNER'S


    @)B~~0 1 PRCIQEiSJ cEtOUSE C


    *:OWE HAVE JUST RE(EIVEDI OURI I


    Dress Goods.


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


    27-inch Z-phyr iin. hanin-. ,ur
    pl ice .......... .............. 1-'


    Every girl ldemndns more credit fo, 36-inch Sptin- Percales. our
    i,'r i.;i, playing than she is entitled price .......................


    to.
    Thl.- mlern man is bec,-omine afraid
    of imtarriage. the woman demands too
    t:at,-'!i.
    It t::,,- a .:;rl of fa-ihion at least an
    1.,.iur itc ' a-; if a .,,:iI;, hadl never ben't near it.
    T:i, a[er::ac- z:r;! la, only one good
    i; -s il \'..:1. r. .'l! hances her
    c1 s; !,y cih:;:i: ;ilt.e il'lon out her

    \ 'hen a ui:-i1 Lets $.v a 1nimith. the
    zirls tizure iiat a :fti r t iryinp g .$2 ftcr
    liardl, Iie ouiht to have $"5 left to
    s;.-nldl oil the girls.
    When a g:rl can get an man to teach
    I:,- sctt;e '.ga:re of e':ar.. played by two
    only. .hes lev.>-c soo stupid that it
    takes her a wliole w:nter to learn.-At-
    chisoo Gljbc.


    Room Mouldings
    1. A!, ad -. p ina t I h' e t a t J
    0. Re- &C-. c 1 .Pt1f


    :_;-inch Very Shet r White Lawn.
    our price ................... .. c
    27-inch Ch(eck Nainsook. <'ir
    price ....................... .
    :;i-inch Whit- a::d C'olr< .
    Pique. our -ir,- .............. c
    ;I: inch WVhite! C'rl-d 'inl-. (curi!
    price ..................-----------..... .
    :io-inch Solid -i',td \V!hitt Duck.
    ,our price ......................
    I Yard-Wide tea I-lurd Ct;-tt,. I
    i t .. .. .. .... . .... .. .. .. .. .... '


    Calicoes


    -- AI --


    Domestics


    AT THE OLD PRICE


    No Advance:


    Remember the Place,


    I Yard-Wile itchvillp Baliu--
    t-cl. ??Iidol hY I.- nseiciI.- ('o.,-
    Wijie- it la..1-4 ...............7.,e
    f~l Pit-o~- 1Lteo-t ('mlic iat-----------e
    It, 4 S,,ci L'.H--.-i-v.mat ..........13'icc


    3t 1 .1t 1::- ir jru--art tie

    ,! c i -. -tr
    ld -ri -c-A.di'fI-tm.r.0 d ~ 7~

    Tic rrl- d:jrzng tt..- a-- -k ji: 0h'
    kt-t %-IP4int. f,,rie-' -rc]I,'[ iC-r zi-
    1tr-.w Hat.& andsaiklor- : jA-cs.i
    n-c.sNpw $plinc I'tr at 12 --
    a-c.:,d 2 p-;'.r yard.


    '"- 105 S. Palafox Street,


    YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NDWS ON.


    F. EB 'TA XKT


    .OW~f-3FI=?IC5EG


    0 ,RACKET STORE.


    VI-Ia*"* sn'. r Vltan s- a-&im I.
    pi~'.#WFRM I-icR FtIYKKALM la'j.
    proeinptlv unhoucUts 'c~frsps-iiai 'I-- .
    .Miss Vunlette Moreao.ms-.N West o-w
    phono-T2. -"*


    IRS. SARAH BEIRNE-Manufact.
    I and dealIr to Hair 4ioode. Hato Tr
    , Articles, Hair Oil. etc.. ..M' W. Govern,-
    street.




    Brittle c.urp!.. ;~ all ,,tht.r n.
    peanut, Coc' alillt, p.op corn a, I
    nUt.

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

    NAVAL hTOKRb M.AticrT
    Reiprted Dally for The Nw, '
    Meos. A. M. Memes A <
    WW...... .... .... H
    ... .... ...
    N .............. .... z, r -

    [ .. r...- N\ ,


    l*ave Yur r pi,,;iq

    tvII N. l .. zi.f,. jP I. -.
    11 -1. P'. htfox. Phoo..


    7^;'/ hfiy a,';,
    furniture or hoi., /
    inf.s until oiout '
    . flIrston Finf :
    Their prices ar ,'
    stock is complete ,,,
    will sell you, wic '
    onl in0g time.


    I.-',


    LI nor :nosuu-'
    ss Ariinxt
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