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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 31, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 49.


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


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SBOUH AFKICAN WALK.
LorJ Rothelrt ha', a Force of Seventy
Thioisand Men.
Li>NlniN. March l31.--T'he war of-
fice this morning posted a dispatch
from Lord Roberts reporting that
tl.e Hoers ar.. leaving; Braindfort and
proceeding in a northl-ly direction.
The caualtie-y- v-.rdyv wer, tw-elve
killed. 167 wound-d ain three miss-

The army with which Lord Rt, -
- tN is advancing upon the iBosers
number 7o.(u).
A m[oscow special to-day sy- th..-t
the Russian presr wirti -urp',i.miily
low exceptionst irntmn: that (0i-1.
Jothert was poi-son.ild iv the 1li iti-I .
A Bloemfont. in di-p.itch says ithit
:i maltjority oif th," t tmembmer- of thet
Fr.'* Statte Volkr!ait r-' u-ed to ait-
tt-zid the <',,tfe-r-h'- wwhie'h Pre.idtil
St>y! c'ill-d at Kro 'no-t-it to en-
Ir--" th i- ;)rroii'it:on to continue
the wi-r
Liord li olrts rchi. s that : -dvices
from M:4fekiug dated Marchl lio, say
III- *p;rits antitid h ltlhi f the i l'iiisonI
,: ,''(1 : ttI:t thiy hiv. iVt. m ad" :a
-* hlt!bJ t :lit d ;e r# iwtikiiiz aini.um -
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liipi.i.i. Na Ii *.i ai l'. -alrnt
PAKHIA, M..m;arc!i :1.-rThe funeral
'*'-terdJiy 'if -.. Jo(ubert was thei
111,-t i iinpi I-.I li:.tltii'iI pageant ever
witie~-e.l ;t: a i:t (' t- ',tal of theI Re-
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w ,,i t l. zv'. ;at rico, t1 twenty
l -:, th! r\rfordl i- i iirch di-tr< e- d.

V I .1 \ .e-ro3ir -* Arie,'.st ;n 1 Lo< .Led
up in hlie Coluntyv lJAil
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Your Cred~itisG o

2Ii Ir T .'4i t Mid Ave.

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flflIUT DE fT she expects to remain with friends
UUand relatives until fall.
Mrs. Mamle Ackerman.Alvarez of
O1e W IUK iTJ this city and George Abram -Kmith.
OF in W EE K.the baswo who has been conducting
a conservatory of music here, were
wedded -it Mobile Thursday. They
will leave to morrow for Los An-
Col.and M. T. V. Kessler ntr- eles, Cal.. where they will in fu-
Col.andMrs..V.es-et*-nter-ture reside.
tailed -everal friends at dinner Sun. _
day evening Covers were laid for SlORY OF MISSING TRUNK.
seven andd a delicious mienu was
-erve"' in a Inou.t tnepting manner. It Chnttalns a Bridal Trosseau and
('ause% Lawsult.
MN tida.y evening Mr. and Mrs. H. CHARP.Lor, N. C., March 30.-Since
limars- h td a few friends "*to dine" in the middle of last November a young
honor of Captain 1H ,if Mr. and Mr4. Fred Howe. has sinoe married, has been searching

Tuesday evening, Mrs. (Greenhut iW and wide for a tnurk which ci*u-
entertained several friend- at lunch- tamed her weddl t rosau and wlh
-o,,. A delicious nei.u of five was strangely lost just before the mar-
.r riage. The young izvlv, Mi.s Janie Me-
,-,our-es was served. Lovely violets, i. Th y -
erved. Lovely violetsBryde, who has since married Iienten-
the reigning flower of the -easo,' ant Al'xanider Williamnis of the United
were cloh-en as the decoration. In ta' q a who i w
Stater the spacious dining room bouquets Cul, had her rumnk checked at Win-
of violets met the eye everywhere: stone, N. C., but it laiame mixed u) with
fromn the centre piece of renaissance the baggage of an opra troupe and was
late over violet satin arose a grace- carried to New York. Thel maage-r of
ful mound of violets, lending their the troupe discoveired the stray article -of
fragratice as; well as adding beauty ,I.g.iageW and M'et it Iba'k to Rt.'d Springs,
to a table already lid with exquisite N. C., thinking this i central lpint. and
appo)iitmenits for such ai entertain- hn-r it has lain until recently, wh!'n it
Ui-eit. A lovr ly bouquet wa- placed wan re~Agnizod by a friend of the bride's
:it ea'h plate as a souvenir for the aud the information given herat once.
gu- sts. The lojs had oocaa'ioned a ulavsuit
-- against the railr(ul, which has l-. n
\Wednteo(laiy eveningN Mrrs. IP. sani'hing the ud.s of t l,'artlh for th, .
(Soie. at hier horie lon North Pala- imi. iug liggi 4e.


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utawither. est-itrtaiiled mxanyvfriendts
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f at, gr eatf i i-r sire&. at. lMrds FU iIt re-o
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e[iit ,c aItg uestzr. ~-CIini) t d#-t !,i zirt tit I4' t iin
j-iy lot'- ooc-bw *ru Ame-ipto th navy
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1.,r.,-' alnd ii o -i t unlit rir iit :t1ljuicts of
I niu It.it1, ,iianl .i'sixiatio' n.1
hilledl 1T o Melin ilt onim-e.
;i:i !.->Oito. N.C., MNlarh :i.-Tlire-
ni' i \'iih w n,' rviii t out th- ir 1 'en-
TII, i... non hli ,uin ty rtals inlNut Inil",
fr,lii li're h-i itla break for lil-rtiy yes-
t.-'rdtay .aftrlni,,n. The guianri tir*4i anud
two .t tht i ,<,i <-vit;s iN-ing in line tlh.
bull,-t lossxld entirelyy thnli;oui (l one of
th,',i. killing hnl instantly, and wounid-
iia: tiht other miortally.
\ -,11I ll)il i 4 "i4ttinl Man lletail.
N;.,. Y-IK. M:--'hli :3I.-C'arl F Eg-
lir. f ininerly .1 w.'ll ki i.'wny m 'tr it i it'er-
*-h.uit. i 4,'.il l. hi- hoi>. '- in th .i ,ri ..
i.'l .' vyear I11 had Ii-en ptr-nid-int
',f th. M.il'l. ;aind N. w ( )ria'im C.itt .-i
-:\,in. ',-C il't i a iu,,ienlrr of thle :S.%V..n-
:.nah E'-I;anuI :- andi latir wa.n 'l-.,4T.- 4
with t : i ,ixpoIrr hul-.i' ii N'w YVk

We have moved to II S Palefox street.
We would like for yru to call. We will
sell you instruments on terms We will
exchange pianos with you- We will save
you money on a piano or organ.
Jesse French Pia0o & Ctr Co.
11 Palafox iStreet.





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to view ti"-*~' l.,l O -l il.e tin'.- -I
I'ucl- lani "- t, vy. 11 %i ,i w ,. r
w er,- (l.>' o m i d i-., pp. 'ia mii t. :,-
the tle t was d.-l ty.V d i a d nid ii.t ;tr-
rive uittil twelye p s1:. 'I'l- N.-w
York. Tixas ild .il chtii- ai I nowiw
lyingi at anatchor ne:tar ihe nitvv ;rd,.
whiicre nlio doubt 'Peiinc-olians w;l,
have tihe pleature of a renewal of
ple-as.lilt acqu'lintltit'iC mad+1 in ti,.
past, niminy will be plea td toi knoll
that Lieut. Alchibal I 1)ivi; is-
among the fi4 1er, of the New York.
Mis-s Stella Avery is inow vi-iting
Miss Reisinger of the navy yard.
Mis- Fleming of Frvdickbur:z.
\'V.. who hi-s been thI gilu--t of 1 i-s
FI l'i:t Avery Vfor wite weeks, let-
Tsiu -day tlor A- iburn, Ala.. where
-li- s to vi-it fi it-nd I-ltere her re-
till n hoit'.
Nir-. l'',l'z of C(hiict' o. who h si
been tlit n, ti-t i.f Mr-. H. Jlaars. It ft
ott the iooin train Friday, uch to
the regret of htir mIl.iiy fritind;s ini-i(l
durinir her -hort -lay. S'he was much
pleasd wit h Pern-aol'a. arid c-i tain-
ly those who had the pleai-ure tf
Imeetinit lier w re wonli y hi-r grac-
ioIus aiiJ charnlills manlehi.

Mir. Simpisoni of thie firi of Simnt -
.'oni Spence & Yoiuntr oIf New YNolk
city. was in our City for -everal days
during the past week, t'"e guest of
Hotel E-ca mbla.
Mrs. Reed and Miss R-ed of O.)ii,.
who hive been visiting Mrs. Muter.
will leave Mouday for New Orleans.
Miss Katie Smith left Thuirsday
on the noon train for Chicago, where


LIQUOR IN CUSTOM HOUSE.


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trf. sxtt*rye ~ 441!,0x tCi~ it ~d#

1'4m hr. Rull's Cough iSyrup at once, If your
chix h-t I -ot.rli p or bri-tfi'hitim. "' hste i iun
tmi'' t-. iv nut'.'hi-' tiet r otius. Dr. I till'-
vo Ix viij '1 ii tOixce. It init a ~t ft- and
Infnlaitul''st-it-dy. Al druwgg .isis ,tAI A :t Ii

BRICKLAYERS WILL RESIST.
Treal'e!o~.'d %%Irlke In Sass Franvie'lo
0t er iRefIowtitoll of Wiis
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The manufacturers of Royal

Baking Powder have always declined

to produce a cheap baking powder

at the sacrifice of quality.

The Royal is made from the

most highly refined and wholesome

ingredients, and is the embodiment

of all the excellence possible to be

attained in the highest class baking

powder.

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Samples oi mixtures made in imitation of baking
powdlers, but containing alum, are frequently dis-
tributed from door to door, or given away in
grocery stores. Such mixture-s are dangerous
to use in food, and in many cities their sale is
prohibited by law. Alum is a corrosive poison, and
all physicians condemn baking powders containing it.


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in;I :bt.lit 1l' v.'-ar -f ;ig-'. Hi I. -:irs a W ill often ca'iso a li','"' t! iiurtn.
b:i'i rrit-.'u i 11 f' I', *'iin I I11 wi.idows Cachld. Cut or Hrise. Hlit'kle-ns- Ar-
unil di.i liilnly thiTr iil,'I"'.Inr things. tnica Malve, thie best in the world.
will kill ih pain alId proiiptlyv Ieiia
Negro's Terrlble IDeith. it. Cures Old Mores, F.-vf-r **ore-.
Amird' .l,*4. C.. March :l.-A. negro Ulcers., Boils, Felons, Corn-, all ?kin
l xiiirt S.it ,To.hxi-.,n w;as 0lnrised So 'ruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
S 1. Only 25 cents a box. 'ure vilnr'in-
.l. i. at hi hon- nllarii owtnille. It ted. Sold by W. A. D Alemberte.
is statrd that be cianmnitted Isuicde 'Iy Druggist.


- tlllt'tlJ l iK h ( Ititli ', 11 Kit l inkPIi' Iand
rhn *,rtini tir t, rth,, ying ii h r ri-
h'.- ; a |my N lo-cial] Irea*is is kii iwn
f .r th,- t. rril' na t.
A N01 Oill Mill.
(;;;i !,\w.-Th,
-> rertaiyv ,it -';Itr i:i. i'.sud a 1 .>nni.---
i en t, the I'.Lrnir-'' il mill if ( nirvn-
v.,,l. whiil. will ",i -rait a ginneryv in
S.'r** *ri ,i \.ith it-r il inill plant. The
r:tpital .rxk is tr h $130,. :).


Stomae1 Trouble

makes people thin. They need Ho--
tvtter' Stii;iach Bitte.'s at once.
This medicine will enable the gtoin-
ach to do its work prope-rly. It fill,
the half-starved blood v,. ,el- with
pure blood. promotes assiunilati;ni
and nutrition and bring aback health
and strength. It cures stoinach
troubles, liver and kidnv diso!e-e-.
Seo that a Private Revenue Stamp
covers the neck of the bottle.
NATURE'S Hostetter's

OWN Stomach
MEDICINE Bitters


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A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was f'lt fir tl,
widow of the brave Gjeneral Buri -
h im of Machias. Me., when the Ido -
tors said tlie could not live till islern-
inisr." writes Mr.s. M. H Linv,!n, wto
attend, d her that fearful ni.htit. *\'All
thought stie muut ltoioi di- f,,ml
Pneuuinnia. but shlie bege.i f.,r I) .
King's New Discovery, ,a\ ii i it had
more than once saved iher life, at d
had cured her of Conm surp'ion. Af-
ter three small dosoeS she -I-pt e:isily
,ill niiht. mid its furtl r l-e cin-
plet-ly cured her." Thi umiar vlt-ios
medicitie is iuiarint'--d to etire all
rnroit. Chest and Lunsz Di-ea-e-.
O()ly.-c and $1 iK). '1 ri.tl t).tt'e free
at W. A. D'Alemberte'.s di ug ,to .


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CO'FFEF, COFFEE.

Eo0.tiDng a Specialty.

IIarrte Jy, f, riod Swan."
D)own //oiu .' It is the whitest
n1/1l swceetest on the Ameri-
cLtn market, in barrels, half
bturrels, '2. pound and 1'L
pou r/i sack., wholesale and
re'til.
Try Delatours Ginger
A.le; best Mineral f\ater.s
oft the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
$1. 10 f pr doien.
"'ry foir Frtshldy lRafsted
( 'o j j e] S .-.
.MSN. J LM'H UGI,
\i hole'te and, /Ietail (ro-
,., r. Phone 105.

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


Elegant bed room sets, or ]PRO-P ALS will ,e r-eived at
cheap ones, whichever you ,tl th 'urt.-, ,,f Sppli and Ac-
war Marsion T FiYh* t,,ul9. NIvy vDepartment. Washing.
wan ...arston tFinc h... until 12 clock noon,
We have moved to S. Palaox stt. April 1o. I!U)O, and ; iblicly opened
.jnniedi..tely thereafte-r, to furniat)
We area permanent fixture here. Allwe at the NAvy Yard. Pensacola, Fla..
want isas*nall part cf your patronage. a quunti'vy ,f machinery and tools.
Call and lookat our instruments. THEY Blank proposals will be furnished
ARE BEAUTIES. upon application to tne Navy Yard,
JetSP Freri Piai & Organ Co, P. en. FA. FA.. or to the Bureau,
; A. S KENNY. Pu..,,,r- (AnoraIl,
11 S. Palafox Street. ". S. S.. :3-2:-4J0. m:nloaw2w


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND


TAKING THE REINS.
Charter Oak will have a wagon race
I each day on it.; gran-1 circuit prograimme.
The proposed trotting miie tr.rak in
London has been postponed un;il next
fair.
A breeder frn:om Dlo'n. It::!:. has
inialt* ten 'entries to the Hlar:f,,-rd Fu-
Lu-ity.
"I'!!, :i--trie P.- '.".., tra..k ha.< be a
rented lby **";'.:ffual I l1i f"ur th.e 'a:I -
Ai:>'ri;:n yea r.
A lhro, ;;hb:-i-d .,,lt. IS m ::ll olId.
fIient rI',znitly fr'onl Australia to England.
is 17T 'LiU.ls high.
u-ii.-u 1'.: ;: rI:n!)ini) r.e,, i:ei tings
with T...'i r::' w ; w':' h- ld in thie 'United
States andi ('auada.
Duiriu- the last six years., necor l'i ti)
official rpi *:-t. only ..,a Ani~r ii': horse
has ben iniported into the N therlalnds.
From 1STt to the clos. of 1S'S we sent
to the l'nitid K iiugd,im an average otf
1I.S horses per anuuui and received
$113 pir head.
A few 4d:ays ago ') horrses and niules
were, shippitl from San Francisco to the
Fiji Islaiinds. presumably for th. British


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, P.u, .
goric, Drops and Soothing 8yrups. Ii is Plet1sumlt. I
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Naire..r
substance. It destroys Worms and all:iys Feveriti-n,
It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Tm.-iIt-
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulate.- it,.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ahrl natural .< J.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
,0 Bears the Signature of


REV. ELWOOD SCOTT OF CARTHAGE, IND., WRITES:
"My nerves have been so distracted and broken down by overwork
that I have had but little rest, pleasure or comfort. I have been
obliged to entirely suspend my ministerial labors for nearly a year.
Some said try Paine's Celery Compound. I did so. and I am glad to say
I am now almost well and have resumed my ministerial duties. I can
eat almost any kind of food and digest it without any trouble, and I do
not have that harassing pain in my head."


ieh of .iob K n IARABIAN ARMY DEFEATED.
l*'l'..<'. Maarh :mi-Jano b1 RoFn- -'rtcm-h Troop Ga;tin Ielhe l Vi'tory
brem. retin iutlitisoir, and pioneer at Inrar.


qflsI'4haflt 4 hf ('h o, d.'. Its-vltrlv tt~mdv of
ltwmam t thi'. wet-t'id-nevini this city.
Mr i.. Mra-M'rgr wa-; %l-Ii". Elf age. an'!
awel. hi'. t'.rtutio-in iithis' wh..l."lale.dry
Stewiiitrad'' and lr-'nl st'
M.err. to 194' Trised.
Ok.oil ". R".i. Marhu'30 : -Thto fauivivii
Nteh.'Laoi, M v--r- 'i's in whirb Nick

Amingew1with tim.' ttiirdilr 4it I A *~rms'I
buv* yfr= awr.-andti this' hunting tlf hiq
bady, ha.'. I'll *-t f-or trial Woe'due-4day.
AmI l4.

THlE BI'4T SA 1A F."I No TH V. WfH II,)
io Faiiter Salve,- it i-, madel' fro-n a
rreocra;.tisoriit *v ; world wide. known

Praldo. izIc -r-.runninng sores anud
ski d".eti's..-~'A.IP.A1s tttiei 'o-


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tlist 'tt U 1St tlegb'.
aw'fthlW at k Mr. -?I~e'tIIpn : 1'-
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low. b qh.- fo i' 'Mti'.h I ll!!K&.I l 4 tut. s'paill% 4': to dei.. ill the i'lI tv ,r nurd,-r. fior-2 1
c mr opoli noson o i 41a 1%!are INK i t v i ,i- ii5'hat III-It11.411'..
sgefflSimpo.I'-'!I I" ti- 'iE t jE-t'gt~ht- '. CtjllS4jni uv Ibuy,' atli etppi rtniutv I- TInvai
b~9fnio uc'Iaift mL i iti-sSaSit-, halt'- Istsjt the' fact Ef the' e'a-v' hv~t'r Ir'the' Iurdouin
qualsold 44' roipe 1. .t.'. .hr la-i9 .'c'''i
TFehaac v tnalav. AP~d -.t r s.r -t1ss. .I*'h t'''it- 'b
tv ComatoiUlw.Itlo-1961I,-ori Ilti I JY' PUrp-b-c '-Iti Ct'.'
amd4~~i it- i'the' aof ('ulorc rnK~nti'Vl Sr,. Alutslii'h Uisit,'. 'tee~p~erhas~..
ev*0upioml .- .-t 164 9 I S.6 44a. 14 A RA TA.JS'-. 1A.-ai'rtr" i..'Ma~lrc'h (I -'ho gnind tim-
eheara. I~i~t~.'w a.. a5111-ca oIr
pre@~c',''' Ite' r.'t.-in. *f "tic A ill Mils4'is'.hs..rtihore'ti e.was'. Thes
to sqaa m *.. art, .a ti.tlif- L-'111v ~to-1 t..K 1voldfly f tt- in' riiig ilils'T'ing. wa:-
c & ir a a ei *nitIi. 5 .A c.41 t5MaE'I Ilt-t csio. I- ~ran pvni!

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I ;.-n *jaitn 4 'm iseg3y'IDe~ad.

B. Coo I'gryt. pres.idlent if the Phiiladel1-
pidia Nati m1. hNmk, a dfir-ft-ir lf the'
I' iilit'1~tlifla t R ji itil c l s atilt it
iturin l*r ,f the Imliard of 'itsN trust :. die-d
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July
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i'IfI tA00f. :Miarch .)iiI,.
A L1i1AT-Mav 'I
A if hAT-.Au:V'
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ZAVASSAH Mitr('h 2' l..Spir.tR t ar-pS
tine 1,rat at ',- receipts. -1-1 piaiom iz
el-pori4ti'oak-. P.0,410 it'-'kvfti'.1iiti. '')t h-f
crivij,-s fi~ln. l'ev.itpto 71-,. sales uiiO.e e.
p ri 101C


I""r-a the TeKindYeaHav ,


Comfortable
pillows, etc., to e
new furniture.
buy the whole
1 0- O ^ TV *


mattresses,
So with your
You can


array ini Africa.
A four co~rnere'd race line been arrang-
('d bet weenCti rest'evs.To. lliytivBtitt' It.
.Svirch'iilirt m'id Da':n 41~ for the P'ittsburg
Indepenol'ene day 'races.
j1. A. P lIiazasdcli. thes Arab horse
bret-der. New burg. N. Y.. Iam s 4flet'ed 1
purse of $1 *IMNI for ta.' of tiht'rgac,-s at
the Tr eevi'ig ill that qvjty
and IsIs s!all it" siiJ..eid Elf214 j.-r
he'ad. whJvill' 1 vt- ex. '~p rtt-d 51.1501,
lit .t1111 :, 'vaihle'.'rf S1 1.
.1 Io:-,r 'If h~'lI ligtI) C.
S'.iths..rlh I aiifo:.. T'li~re l'.',uu-v,

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APHORISMS.


TI'h re rv i'<-pi,.t f t lifro swt a irms with
lost o p rl111 t ::111i -Ti.', l1.
A ll '!'i'i ,! 1, i' t I .11 11 C V%
*rythl' hin^ :: ni-I it. i:F'rl.'.
Opf nsitili i n i lll ti i lsIho ti' ll,' l i.'in.-t.
nt\evr Iioiv 'l its n hii.-S l ohilehr.
n iu i:s ll.^ VI!,:it wVork.s; lal-r
alone tinishl s thli';,:.- .J ,nlx'rt..
'Ths, who n>h fi\r rs tract their oplin-
ilos ilov trisl-hel oIn Iaore than llhey
love trullth --.oUbert.
Thl.rnt i. tnntrit \ itlut e .%'l,lo;i llb t
Ilh '1't. i s I. I I r- I vielltisillo v vithoult S Ii e
llt'rit.-r It, 1 rlrouMl's l d;llI.
IM ost tli 'a iis n-w, ill 4 1 <'S ''' ll in still
tIlin 1 s if r in1 y \%vA rI not tron ilnl witNi
graIt aim tition-h L.nO fellow.
If a i:in liis;in y lni.nins at .'ill. let him
blol on t liis MU.Mlliin. anil in tiN g:mnl
swvp of things his turn will conime at
last.-- N. Me Whoever is mean in his vouth runs a
great risk of becoming a scoundrel in
riper yewr..Mann s-s leads to villainy
with fatal att-action.-Cherbuliez.


L.
If you are read y to go to T.
house-keeping, let Marston
6- Finish furnish your house
for you. They will save you T.
money. Your credit is good
wit/i them. K..


Five Thousand Rolls
,,f Wall Pa per in stock. all of thelai-
t,,-t pattern and inmore (',onlin Ir.
Pt ices from Sc to $1.75 l)r doll, J. E.
RLts & ('o., No. 1N .. 'Palil'ox.
Plihone ;';2. '4f -tf




Pepperminti Cream Wafers, an af-
ter dinner dainty. A-k your dealer
for them.


In Use For Over 30 Years.




eha. s. H. Turner,

*+ARCHITECT*-


-ANI)-


General Contractor

Iluilding Iv,'atiri:. Mantel and O(rat', S-tting. Plii intu : .
ndl (a- Fitting.
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
W .r'Ai-tis 1,,in., lEstiinlatr-. Pl ;ianl r Sppdl, c ;ti.n- f
in. 4o1 All iinids, Prepared on Short N-'tic,.
'\IA ,La;re and Carefully Selscttd Stte'i; o.f Fin-i M.uli. ;- i,
Tiling ,ff All Kinds, Hath Tub's, Cloh-l .tand Ht otl-!hll .ApIll.i -1l
Hot Watter and Ga- Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


--THE




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
C'AS H i ;"
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CAsnHIi':;
DIRECTORS:


E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Sannders & (Co.
J. WHITMIRE, JOHtV F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


A General Banking Business Transacted.

Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, E:-
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


The Star


THE PIONEER LAUNDRY OF IEST FLORIDA!


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Our Address
i- ilwavy~ ,sked fr % -
l'-- boaity of th- I.':.
Hri i's i- di-play, i ,*,:
SHIf I' I' I' N 1 *) '*'
AN!) I ( I -
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O)f med icing that g'w -; in
plerfechly pure. Pure druzia mean :j
z.p-pedy ret'o')v*r v. Poo'r drui,. i- ti:
at re'li sv. Yctl Wantt the b-~-t. .-, t
ti-. flli youri pros''cription. atnd -w-,.
otihe-r xnedicttte;. W. TI. (4op.'n ('40
-I Tf # 1'ro.'.riptionii rtiz-,' 7S
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FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


are :iv;',,iy-i I lit it i,. '
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ALL WORK C. 0. D.


TELEPHONE 114.
AWfGOODH CALLED FOR
WATLK'PJ


ESTA'RTT.rIntr) 1863.


Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING


GROCERIES


-IS AT-


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


ETZ co.,
HENTZ & C0.,


w-120-122 -t


outfit from E. Government Street.
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0Sp ALnR 4Gen

Ship Chandlery and General gardwlare.


003 AND O05 8. PAAIO )X STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO .;>" t() "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & SON's PIUM-
ulam, rinaits, hitsi. Ollis laluticl Intrmats, iSarls, Alict s.1 ili
o(X)PAs S. 1oXW. wTC.
C. McKenzie Oertlng Collecting Agent for Bar PAllt- '
ciation.



ThTI Ti I W3' WAIT COLUM !.


:: Telephone No. 34,


RIX M. ROBI.N'.s


MORRIM E.\ .


Laundry,


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AND DELIVERED 'F!-"
]INGRAHAM. Xa-"ajzrr.


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Y, MARCH 1, 1900.


EO.PEAN RECRUITS POSITIVE FACTS

FOR THE BOER ARMY FOR WOMEN


F-itiIIfli(Ic n Pour-


AMONG THEM


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AN the wor d kiows the womdful
oures whA hae hoen mam byad ydAy E.
Pbiddam's Ve tale _-', pyt seam.
women do reaffl that aW mAt Is
claNimed for It is&aebaWfely tra

If all suffeorhg wom ooukl be made to
believe that Mrs. d am saf
says she -a o t, r swiferag woMd be at
an end, for they woMdd t eonoe profit by
her advice and be oured.
To all di ou i lters Mr'-. 'inkham c-r.n fur'ri:.i t le uin-t positive
anII o Vi:.:in pr(mif of thl.s. facts.


-2. ,: I / / First 1..iia 1. I'inkham's Ve-eta.ile Ci ompund holdl the record
0^ for th.- l:,r,'-t numlwr of abtolnult cure. oif any" reniedy for female
/ i]i ',s evrr i.knov. i iin this country.
y/ Second MrI-. I'inkhaum has ,n tile millions of letters from women
-'l v. I have Ifn ire-tri-e i tio Iwalth liy the u-s- of he.r 'oiupound. and all
S/ Oh. '-h, claims c:iin I. v.-r;tie'd ".v an examination of her records.
Third- All let-trs atiddrssed to lher at Lynn. nMas-... are received, opened
et, :.iiiii an;t ncrei\rld bi omiien only. This is a sacretd confidence never violated.
N,. t. s'imouiaJevvr published without their writer's full and free consent in writing.


WILL PAY NOTHING
rnn nnhmrroomni


'i FRI BLOOD CURE.
An Offering Prsvirg Faith to 3Sfo-
l| rfer..


run UUMrr lUN la your Bicod Pur? A-- you sure
____of it? Do cuts )r cratclfes heal
slowly? Does your sk in itch or bura"
Justice Lewis Defines Terms Have you pimp:..? Eruptions?

of Giving Rewards. Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sores? Boil-? Scrofula? Rheu-
matism? Foul breath? Catarrb?
MUST SECURE CONVICTION Are you pale? If -., purify your
Blood at once with II B. B tH nranic
Blood Balm). It ,iakes the Bloo4
Men o i. i'rned .l:,'.-. Ii. Pure and Rich. heals every mor
den'ei will 4*et Nothing Fur Their and gives a clear. strooth, healthy
Tetliii,.n)vy-Money Will ll I)itrll- -kin. D pee-seattd easps like ulcers,-
cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
utl.ed a. r.xhlld. lv< (omlhi.iin. ,lin,. Blood Poison are quickly
F1rKi,,;r., Kv M-ir-h :;'l Ex- t uttd by B. B. B., made especially
S' Tfr iall obstIuate Blood and S4kio
i Ju'...,.-. Ja.". II. L .wi.., .::in-man Trruhl)ls. B. 1. B is different from
f th i:imisi!n .-.l- .'.-I lv i ti l.ns- other remedies oecau~e B. B. B.
.u:-t t htv chirz' ,f th (; r li' drain- the Poisnm and Humors oat
*,.',r if: l !:u' I, a nu L :h,' f,,l! ., 1, ,rtarte- ,f the Blood and entire *vstem po
the symptoms cannot return. Give
.::t 'ti ,' ..'.rn,'iulit e.-." st, r'v litt it frnu it a trial. It cure-; whe.in all else fall..
W\i:i!r's-.er third .\,r:.%ny v .lanws An- Thoroughly tested for 3;> yea s. Sold
ilr.. v S Iti lil poixdl t thit re.latives at drug stores at $I per large bottle
if 11. E. Y, o rst..v tr, v,- him a pirti6, ) It large bottles (full tr atmnent) 6.
.. So suffterers may test it. a trial bot-
of ti- r -ward in .ti fl ii. r a eyn.r i'i of tie given away ;ab-olutelv free.
the i. :ails 'f the n-ir.nwy t, asusassi- Writo for it. Address BLOOD
wn:t. ; v'i,:" (;,, lh.: BALM CO Atlanta. (;a. Wi ite to-
*'i'. :n i v aip-]ritI-..l 'yv thi,' *-'- day. Describe troubleand free med-
id:ttr ", -. il h,. *tr.. 1' u.'il i'n run- ical advice given.


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It. Liurtmu. but
..aat lowoes-g .MarvjsaroLitl
fore. r'iaw ulteasvoo su too th

!.P~ro 'of 'Ii. iamt f ot low 'intil.'
o ~l* lo' iofha. the 'etu~trg-of,

qj, simh~alusi annie. 11041
a. +g~.a: III.have- aU) jao1pulai

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How Mrs. sefuower's Life
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Z5 3V-9f Ay LyWla &a.
sMham-s If'opgetfa blIe


.* I ,"'!.k opt k pCqI:- Ie lrre
N1 1s%! o e :ater PVA me a icittfle (if
%,-,I q 4)1Tiio ftilurtl dose
.1iei'lthr frhiii~. and the fever alm)
d.%Majpean'et M v I ife Was savwed. M.v
:te-e at thih critical time wact for+s'-
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Facts About Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable
compoundd In Oases of
OIange of LIfe, Bearing-
Down Pains, Etc.
I" had falling. inflammation andl
u.'-crationi of the womiult: I'ackacthe.
'eariiy-dow, in pains : was so wcilt
amid nervous that I could not doi my
.1, ii work : h:i : Dick lhealatche. nto
aipl't 'te. num spells. hands and feet
'ilel all the timie. I had ges.id doctors.
but none of the.i did me any goxel.
Tl'hrough the advice of a lady friend
I t,;zan the use oif L.ydia E. l'inkham's
\ vegetable Compund. and after taking
,one IN)ttle I felt greatly relieved, and
lv the time I had used several bottles
wvas completely cured. s that I could
do) my work again. I am now passing
through the change of life and using
your t umpound. It helps me wonder-
fully. I want every suffering woman
to know what your medicine has done
for me. -Mrs. W. M. Bull, New
Paleetle, Mo.


lea fr- Lent. SPECIAL OTIOES.
All t.e faithful who have coin-
pli-te-d th-ir twenty-first year and .
whol. have not begun thpir .ixtieth
yo r.md il hi ,,are t ..exempted fr.in Oft 0 ,4 WoDs
tli. ,olialaiti,,n ,of fasting by sickne ,o o lRD
hliis woLk or other well known rea- -"
-ui ire, 1hIl ged to fast on all the I ".
,l.a o I #of it. t i ceipt tunday-. ... ...-- -
4i t,- i...- d:.s b ut one full mneal I i '- wen H I iambini a and 107
t a i,'t'-t (i 'a g 'ry te,.t. a t)la,.k %ilk cape.
,,lowed. WhIeli -)hiuld not lie tkell 1 :.ward for r,-turn t., Paul iiiay i t Win.
Ib firee t ii i. Joulinon & Son's. irni't
('to,- ,,inl tlci:w- .:I up of (olffee,. ta .T--A ~cr-i mar. ai,,ut Ii h:, nl
..r iti', el:,.,"c late- tilld a it ll plece :gh with I t 11 t x Ian i ntn..ld t ut t il t in
*f hre' ,d ",' .ta ;ck r. to h li. t ken 1 ill I t l' roi r t io If. I.i lral rewid lfor return
I .. .1..rii;. : a n itid it the eveliitg n., ; C cii A"r.t ()i-ti' i l i Iailroid
;,,itl ,tl. Clt excee('dillg thle fourth l
Sat t ,of :n ,iirdinary Ieeal, is all,,wed. v o j .
At tiil- c..ll:ation, butter., che-.e.e.
,ik,';.e atid all kinds of fruit. N ..F I ..
i-h a l ve tables are allowed. r, eri rmlv to A. A.lsher. Fi-hor
V' et 1e t i | lfileci'pal lt'ial C:nnoit u1 sualtiniz, Palat oi ftlire. jit!
wthout Cr it iti. i! c eiee o)AN T Ai'T i.TIEST RATESIM Oe IN.-
t;,k.., at t i pe,,.r sl. l t I 0Elt I'T C'A% A LWAYS HK (i..
t k, t,, e,. .il:lti,,ll il tl.e' morning TA1l% E ItY i'AIUI'FM HII VI eN ( .tull 1." (I lin ei Irt the- evening. .SE-'KITIF< FY .CALL. IN( N W LI,-
Ah-tinetaeti Tr.ini le ui-e of iefle h I H-r. ALArOX
:- -I,1 .iid ,,n :ill t!i<- \\',-duedae< yV -
Ft:l l;i: lv- ,.f l,.-ttt 2id one thie Sat- IF Y(I WANT Tiit B IR I).v M,.SKY
t:rla," ,f t-tilir \\'tW ek a tad 1 Holy inve-t mrnley. in-ure your property. pro-
un t of .ltl W e er eu atn i ,.'ur-alb.tractoft ~ til-. buy or o s-il r-al ,..-
st i rdJia'y. tale. rent property of any decriptiocn. hive
Thie Ue of lard i- allowed ill cook- rInta ciollctedl or your txoe- attend d to.


StII More Facts Showang
h'ogadartty Is Overeaoe
by Lydia PEkham's
Vegetable OoNpound,
-)Si A'.MNits. I'INKIHAM-- lam troubled
with iir-cgula r menstruat ion. and have
leguniii the use of Lydia E. I'inkham'*
Vegetable (Com oiind. Would like,
your advice." -Cora L. Payton, May
19, e898.
"**DEA M-Its. l'iN.hHAS\- I have taken
three bottles ,of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetall. ('O I)iound. but I have a tadl
diaecharge and write to abk if I had
better not use your Sanative Wash
also? Yo Cora L. Payton, Ogontz, Pa., July i,
1898.
"DEAR MRs. PINKHAM I write to
tell you of the benefit I have received
from the use of your remedies. Before
using them I ws feeling very bad. I
used to go to the hospital. but it did
me no good. Your remedies have
done wonders for me."-Cora L. Pay-
teo, Ogootz, Pa. Feb. 25, 1899.


1iDI)UCA TIO NTA .1.
M i I'k;LIHE CHIPLEY Primary Mchoo
i~A and Kiudergarten is now open fto
Its difth ternt in the residence at the oor
nor of Palafox and Jackston streets, en
trance on Jackson, Terms $2.W per month
s21 t
IALE AND FEMALE SCHOOL. NW.
1 corner ('haseand Cevallos streets. pre-
pares for coll-ge or business. J. H. wlin-
dell. principal. Night term begins Oct 9.


t 1.1AFL.OWEKRSIa114 l oral Leuaigis-
hp'eeati dep-ign% ordogreel for eu,.toneitru
Nii.neVifolette Moreijo, 1121West (Jrogory.
pbowe 3A. 2'vdI ni


O'LEWER4 FOR FUNERALS furnished
plroeigvLl~v in buqiiet% .ir p~chai destigns
.M ie.i Ve..letts o crouuo, JI Writ (Jrogrory


C~~~~~~~~~~ 4 (i. l \~ ie~'2-'~9 ;. evt~ruxc r
1), 4U r!1lI.l --- b : 'I a iL I r' ,itie..-d at thre. irst


Ph:ji; iiiiit~rvWiirk i.,. ii the hanud-
i~f )?I up ie 'w tt Att it. en y Fraklin
])I oit~:t itim-ii lea..wautho rity
M;iax~r. Failihiiikji ir from ithe enx1x)111s-
.liltieto i f ot i'',r'vdarilfu~r 4wiife'ssnej-i.oef
Il.l!otti ..s rn..N.~t iet Cet oftth~e
I,I~iy h~i.t.; vo-t l4etil sIKwtandl I think
Y(11i1 01111 ,ay tha! iutota elur (of it

11"l-ges C(enspireiey.
Ricinmwum, Kv., March :IU.-The Rev.
J. N. Cultojn, father of W. H. (,'uto~u,
"learguld with 104ng aMcOaWy to the Ikill
ing of G(oebel, is dlatoply incensed at what
hei dicvlareAs id the- attempt to diag his!
son iutitoaual lr4ged ounmevsc. He ha
rooeivod frintu h iS sois a tolefai qayuwg.
"I '1avo made no cufusasien. I have
Mouthing to eoufe~w."
A Present Indiction.
That "khaki'is"the only wemar-
cA late has fIl.ely tbec aak'ted;
Sine daitArtl, -'eu to khekizij care
15. iind tOxe p,-onhav ae sJrrted.
Fr~m 'Kn-.ingirp"r'w s!.;wiy 'trcx-
I P Ludigate -1.;.",'I ie' W. tl t ,4 rq
Uu lec los r .pni" and** itL :uuf 51 1 flnk-
reie nnlietar.i ixxj.ll Iuab
Tuie struarmni of :.ek I~aie all nie 'ft.
A Iut.,ri.ei IC I-:.*e IT r..
S41,r :".L ti-4' ,A)AVt.A Vu !*.

FA tI'It t -171,: mobti.) I r,.i L, .ei


%1:. bL .i'wcut u :ie ILogio.I oh.! ,'e.
%-I I c.2 rama.i I rnie Irsri-pifit::e,
%1*i.i half utec-c11-.iilI'rapf raie
V'ie gri~ teardi.' )area ul alr t-n
Plci::a l-nZl:-h '.s r,i-.. ase-smen gruwn
4 'bf, 1.1, dIni dilark.-it4 'ri.I II iDtii~CM,
FI toi aiI manilt 1 .,i t~ifty %ta.ne
If c~ut. e, ay pr % ist.Cciclaim to "e!ir-netsa
Tbe-sen tlcuughta. in) rmitce. iiave made' us seek.
Altlioughi we are atee moust be ohoppy.
To gain. if not Psriuimusi' lak.
At aicy rate, a little -kopje!" Punch.


E.I A LITTLE KNOW' IFVACr.
iI That the majority of serious dis-
IntiUoAJL pea-ses originate in disorder of the
kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is,
Jlle challenge the world' guaranteed. Try It t-day if you are
not feelinpr well. WV. A. D'Alem-
to produce a remedy equal berte.


ail ion or aliire,. The C. W ato a C(o., I tum Le i tt vittwtuYLO 0 tmYe IV r Ut
Ini.- tReal I' stite aord lnsuran-e agents. Vensa-
Fi-h and flt -h are not allowed at cola. Fla. th,* e..nie teal. e1evln on Sundays. who hiuvs a l.t from us we will leud money
Er.r. lcheesce, milk and butter may with Rehch to bild a touse. M-tf digestion, Dyspepsia and
be uced every day. but abstinentce
from, all of these is recommended on 'IOt 1 :N'. all forms of Stomach, Bow-
(i.d Fiday. oiiV ltNT--1n furnilshed room. An-
Persona exempted from the obli- ply tou rs'.SC.Wokes. 11l:East lat,.uden- el Troubles and Skin Dis-
i gatiOnl of fi-tL.g are nout bound b. cla. anu* I
.tih re-trlction of using Itenat but I'r- rm M the r.mv ftSes. Guaranteed to cure
otie a day on the days in which the !" ac d comfortable cottage, is N. Pelato.
ti-* of meast I permitted by dispen- on street car Iine. Apply to J. Eimmei' or money refunded. Cost
itiolW. Wolfe. V cns
I',,llirent ov-r *evevre yearn of act i U.:N --wev.-n,.en rmr,, and lare onT 7 y cents a day to use it.
are tunid ibvy the law of liabtil-ncee, I hall, up-stair. cornerr Pal f,,x and van t
uiles excused by .ickness or otner streets; can te changed t t tu One dollar bottle last twen-
purpose... Apply to tiro. W. Wright. I -
call-ve.. West Strong street. 1a1 tr
'ti|e pa-chal time'. In which all ty days.
t' tt.c,,.li. whlo have coin to the l-Ol (.AI.l..
v..arc ,f d-cretion are bound to re- .....-------.---- --- --------- For sale by all druggists;
.-ive IholaV communion worthily., ex- -oK 4 .IA -4 lac k and tdtn 1i:n>lil-h Rtat
te.,.d- from the fir-t Sunday of Lent terrors, $4 ,cl. Adltre-.x : .- also 3. T. Green < Co. 37
till Trimity Sunday. inclusive. Chil- FS.nak pringS. l ta..
iretn over seventh years of age are NsoR 8AL'-Fifte..H acre tr. nd,. S. Palafox Street.
bound )vy the precelit of annual con- fence. with goIod IT rooni awliinv.
outl l)Patoiamnsd parents should table. eorvani's house andi ell. on Brents OR ADDREgS
f ln. Pa **,* that the children comply with L.and runs along nrtht orf wvay or I, N. IL N T
th road. (io- i trll. Cpl e-r did since for rI ck e
ttl dtlV. farm or cauhurtan ihoine.. Price lnd terms
Itio- liloly .oeasion of Lent is a ti ne ,, K. ,Will xchlaigi- for city pi wrp,-rtv. ie *
*.f pr e er. o 1ior row for Sint. (of seclu- lianio-ll. Agent. *n-' f
-oin from t he world U:ind it- amu-e- )- t l.E-t.-.ieen a-re, in w -.trn ..u,- Greenville. Ala.
liit*,ttd. a 1d of generous aliuagiving urhs. foiontinig ayou ( hiei. Ca'tn ,
I v .i -pi ciatl indtillt Lrra ted' to the -.,ld .on ea.%v terin. and at a t trgaitn. Th.i' Te.tivinoist, l From Judge Gastor n.
l.. e oit t,,e eeie. lS vIeI.,for '.#It d4iK, K V Ln,.. Ala A .ig. ). 1p".
',.t- i.t! I l fr ,I l i M.trhl r .i .'-97# i Ii ALE-ToI. Ihe* ai e-t rde- railet l iot. l t I take great pleasure in certifs lng to th-
C.Cl ki l' oil, whoi CtilI)iot ea ilviy I illh CI'y on sv teri. i, tv ithtoo.-h r )urii y and the nieritofr Wilkinteo '. Mantch-
,-, r t i t law f the -al .tate Aoencv. I,. Hal Wl lson., Man- I l ,i neral Water. This natural n tii.-ral
4t co o aw I ,r. .*I So I:h tCP "lraf t>x *tr.-.-t lsitm toni., to my personal knowl-die. I s in n n
u'. :it.* l'en'- d fr"m tI.' oib- fr___ r-in a well three mlies -at of i re*-nvilie.
t .1. .1. at .: l lttletw'- o i l l d(J\i'.. cif | 4 g*Vg a hni., .I e eXt e t connlittron r I licla-h it ie itk Ild. I
S' .ir \',- 't F-rid::-- A-la .. --- -- -- I i .:,.,t.e. i,,-r lettrep eip nlldligen toi fr,.l
\V,. i. V. I V, W eek anld ('tri-t- T l- -r ,. ...., indt ,fr ruptive dlseabes,. sore. anid
I, i- .' r i- I" li-ti ii~-- tiei, (ioifi- p'"'' pn.-I is l i| ) I :. ,i a,, n u nd anineal-. As a r-inel.iv
S" i \ I N" M iii '..*i T~I.I'tO i a.t"' ,i-'' .* .i r 11- f,,r h.- trouuhlee.. I do not b. le.l-ve Its
\ 't'" l :, lttiI t!." aud i tllelo o ," ,, t. I.,,. -. -,; ; :Ic ,pil .qu l ,, xit. It-i. Ilt i, highly recoim em iin -dby
i i. I -t1111 W he-tf '- he'l l x- "'t0i.: I,r.- i .. i .. "I jhviiystcnabis for n t.uriioer of di'ease.
S- r ,. i er>! l,;, t1-,. i .~ f inl -'. I ,''l *, .7 i, V tr.:.,n s:i'.-. Z I.J.I.CA, T, r ,.
S:1 i ;- :; \ .:-i: ',.- I .. i .ludc s- orf Pr'rbate Court, Butle*r Counity.
!: : I l .'- ; ti ,' 1' n l l*tw ill. I *. :, .. l., m, i, .- t ,,tm t.


t- oi- C *' At. it onl i the- I > t i -

S.... ;, ,oii" ., .. LODGE DIRECTORY


.I I, "',.'t :i- '"'I' .:-........ -_ _" ...;f KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
I., ," I," \,. ,, r.l :iy : : 111,,;- B. -A N TI F ,---., ,',, d ,. ,l .. ;, 2 h*l ','
-* ,' I '- II ;"'. .' ia ,i1[1:-Li 1': .. ~.! r.', : lAMri,;. .' .; ia.t..-. N.X k Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K of 1P.
Set ever Monday evo-n-
1, .' I1:,-" .l~ ., ,,t 1-i : 1 .\% I i \ \l l .I.I, -Jl., ,', n it, : n Ing t 7;:ti. at i 'H -tle, 11ali
it- I', ti : 1 '~ t -tr icI d t! il-t 1 ,ti. l i n.. itn i *i il:.n f--t* i i n Iutchenso o hall. W e-t
c 1 'tf 'v -- 'r r V'.,r it citr- ilddr--- Int-'ndencia street.
Iti,'' i ,' *. ". \V It, Iindis In. r,. s *I. tilII* ,Vis.iting bretbreli cordial!?
i'' .- I :it :'y r-',-, nti- welcomed.
i i i. t 1 t', i l.ttolj ti \V ANTE l-All kinas of empty quart H. J-r L ,\IN..
.1:1, ; ,:,. ut.. t, ao p;y t whiskybottles. S. A. FaRID AN. Ii. HOPSLIR. C. L
r, nov9tt K. R. & 8.
i, '. : r 'I c iifte....r f,'r advice
S-C, 4K Hl P. A I.IN. teAyNTBED-Old beer bOttlesatL DaDahtels-
1-iIp of M,,bile. or Bros. lytt W. O. W.
:.... b:try I:'. -. Live Oak Camp lvo 1 Woodman of lhe
-'AI It .r > D World.
IP'a- Slarer and Us. H SAIRH--Mnufacu Meetv flrst and third Friday night Ic
1 J Stp J s has a latite a 1ort- and dealer in Hair etoulds. Hats Toilet each month. Visiting soveretgns cordl-
-t of lld Sterlin Silver and rI Arles. "air Oil, etc..3 8 W. Government ally Invited. W. W. WATSON,
Sger- Knivt-. Fork-s and Spoou street. 8. R. THA Ks, Clerk. C. C.


HEIIIBRG BIN8. 8C0.0


WEOLISAL GROMU,

Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


A'so Soli by I. Perry aN V. TYaS.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.----
Prompt Delivery and Satisfactiea
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St.,
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 281.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 26W.

PROFE88IONAL OARDS.

Dr. Mareellus /Me rear.


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. '
Ring up 382 or call at the office. Physicia Sr Ol
11 North Palafox street, when in ,icial 81l1 Su .
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman, Residence, 24 Wosttregory8treel
Business Agent of the Carpenter's Phonel t.
and Joiners' Union, will furnish you o:ce, 'Ale rto Buildin. IPin m
with the desired help on short no-fStreet.Po 4.
twice. n26tf
FOIl SALKe D. Wx. O. DWB]axMY.
At a bargain. 76 acres (30 under OFFI--HIaah Bro.' Drag lteo.
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland), 1 of a mile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-room house, barn RESIDEB-OB-400 L. Jakseis StrW
and two stables. Price $N) For ---
further information, apply to W. R U Mvean, U. .
Douglass on place, or J. E. Duhuis- ID |F 0,
son & Bro.. city. 13mlm
o o Hoiaelioiathic Piylici2l al a r S te,
Benth The KidY Nn NA ays B0og Lae of Ocala. Iia.
Sipaatue Offershis profeestonal series to te eMSl-
ones of Penso ola.
Especial attention Ellen to the tr~ea'otea


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

WEEKLY aOCHEDULVI.
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSAOOLA LEC'RKIC TElMIN4AI
RAILWAY COMPANY Y.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort barrancas at
4:4I0a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancan 7:15a.m
ll.iii a. rI.arrive at Fort BarrancanB 1, 45a.m
1:w1 p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancan 1:45 p m
8:31' p. m. arrive at Fort Harrance% 4:1-. p mn
4:15p.m. arriveat Fort Harraucas 7:1, P m
*,:',Nip m. arrive at Fort Barrancap :45 p iSp
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
7:.> a. m. arrive at Pensacola .... ":16 a. in
11:00 p. m. arrive at Pv.niacols........ 11:4ti p. m
:iq) p. m. arrive at Pensacula. ....... .::45 v. m
S p )in arriv- tit 'Pensacrl 7.1>5 p In
7.)i p. mi. arrive at Peasacola.. ...... 7:41 p m
*S.45 p. m. arrive at Pensacola. ... i:8 p. m
"*artirdayp onl
In effect lec. 1st, :-'w.
SUNDAY SCHEDDIZ.
[Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barranoss.
9e.m. 10sa.m.
11 am I'? m.
Ip.m ; p.m.
Up.m *p.m.
I p.m A p m.
6p.m p.m.
6pm. M p.m.
FPARR TOR wFrg DAY14.
peanacola to Fort Harrancaaand return 40<
P,-nsacola to Navy Yard and re-urn .. .8c
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
FAas ronin UDAT
Penaaoola to Jrt Barranoas Navy
tars al d ro torn .. _....... ..... .....
Pensaoola to Paimetto Beacm and
fMGM Hec


SNo freight received after 1:18 p. a.


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Thirty Years Practice in lb.' mouth.
Offiee Hours:-V &a. i.tol11 w., Iltot4P. M.
Residence Phone No. SO.



Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Easseic Temple. Pluse26M.

CHIC" ESTER'S ENGLISH
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31,1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
maser"Oat the Post liflev at pensacoia.
Vs...as ueconad -clas" ruat tr.
E1"sew: IPtit amidaogl.::Ii' outhPSI&-
"asreet. up-tafio..


THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Termu- Invariably in Advance.
Ch" Weer by Mail IS,
*ws 1119th. :j



THE WICE.KI.Y NEWS:
IPebtois vd every I ri-tm t !. ;.r '* itr

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advw*#s~ng Rates Furn". A' 'ion ADpficel'01.


Th a pa~-cr i% rn f Ir%- *I
BANNING ADVERTISING U
j ndeo-ti lmldianv. -. It P ui. ,- "
I~gapa~i~sGENERAL ADVLFRT9e7

PENSAOOLA. MAUSH.31- 1900.



gI It %na -a 'I, g9rt I I .", '" r- 'j-,F
Pt,,irct Jr II i.-. I '.o .
ban. 1m i had '- .1.1-,,- I!)-'-. II. l et-
( 'liO .. 1 i. *4 111 : t.4- :&rad 1.IC
ban~c~. 1 l a .. .% I II
Job 4 tua.. fl II% at- u d W. T.
Itear&..
W m t4emvt t*.1J. V. .\brrcr,,itiiili ar:d ViM

TH' e tile reported ti, he in pro-
( ti~ 4-f inclweat 11)11 il. .1' "O t-1tt1i
dq-movrait-i to =ade.:-r:t*ckMr. B-ryana
has a di-t anctly pefr=41i.l anrd pf-r-
r*cio0414flavor. T h t, democratic
inamioo- tIr4uLrbIotlt the. country arp

411111,1% .d Ji-ijprovt~. hi- rat-ieriti-m r III
Ow sit-it jIlatforin of the fi-rturt-- InI
thae Chiengo Platformi wti'cI Ci-
if alout.-d ti. t i4 dt-f-.it in 11;

Uni.. republican lower iron-ze of
t he leiwa It gi.4ltulre has formally
c,-aticjs-d the vote of that state's rep-
repeutativepa iti c4.iire,a011ilthle Porto
Maet. tariff bill. and the vity of Des~
Moosup.. tile callital of that state.
which hmip been solidly republican
for mnauy year-. in a recent mnunic-
ipal election defeated thle republi-
can% by a majority of between 54K)
and 1*1O) rtewv?. Things, are certainly
coming our waty.


THui KiOa-mniimnee Vall#ey (aztte.
n the following intentionon again-t
tihm publication of the law-. arguiir.
in a cir-le arnd comes oullt *sfne hole it went ini at. The ani-
wwer to it is: Why should any citi-
zen pay anything to find out what
are the provi-illons of the liaw- 1l-v
which hii 4 co:iduct inu-t be g,,v-
o-rcied"
IreP lnt o bteraT rgui 'n-ll llioia't Ihot o;,.- ft;f( thi,:
itpamplllii.a t e im r Le L niir t n I.i.iI-gl!- ,
toppl.V the d-maind prove that t lit- peiopll
generally are Indliffetiint lioult tihe iat-'.'
A Tatll .v- sa-aditae tilh pitrI- (of 11.,
Iamiapbl"-*l i low. i-o that tIbe mil- i- notit
xn siLn It, I.ir t''f lii, i can nit' i y t i, i
AU \iet ly it ,-taill Uil u l I t I 10 lht i:
.JNl(e pi- ar. -wii'1 t his etii'ii \t' is li .n-
o-' a piijiul>.ii -s Il Iro Itoi marratli addltlllnl
the ts taf.rv v .lin aoiionbideraltle exp.-ndi-
: .- '


A lt'.eperaie ( 'THI NFt s recently had occasions
ti, rebuke the action of c.-rtain
frientd- I State Superinteiideait
She;ats in attacking thi.- memory of
the late- I ment-d Albert J. Russ--ll,
hi- illu-triou. predece-sor. I: is now
forced to protest ajcainst an unllealido(
!ori amid dr-ingenuous t- nitdavor.,
the patllt of ottier over-zealolus adv '-
cateol-f lMr. heatst. to discredit tht;o-
Wiho ira-y i e his opponents by ii-in-i
it;itlr- thoit .hl tiuld thety. or w-itl:u'' ,.f
t;: In. -i! (. *< id i :a -t ,'ir il, th.- 1, m i, i
liatiOli. isi1 si. i'ilal ..t. lli would ii'-


iip[l t. atid :a -vy--tnmni of e ii. t-"y b-
tweein ttl race- set up i-t i:- -lte-nl.
Read the following from tst;-t rt;-
temtnplrary:
3 romin e a l- l iti -aica l em pentied liv :i iIr-
tilne-i ,'1,-1t-li~i;g- a;>ind ipubi'i-h d ';; a :* -
eent Isure r the ltmallksl Adv-rit r, it i-
appairiah tlhal tlhel ,plhs> Ii. :i. to Mr. lioat,
atial tave it.* i- ympattihy an.d i 0.o-oi rti- n -i1 sl
what tfw It--ple thter are ini tlhe -tat lniit
us Ithe tw'itf that tour i.will .y'-leini -Ih'uid
be tow 'l *ei t and -nt r) i -jqual;t I,'et.-e-lii
the rc a- "I t up ii its steidl.
T)li- r-fe-ience is, of course. to tlih
-trollng and ,igil\- cotmliiiidnbl" I-
P-ition a-.-urued by Mr Sliat- ini it
pectt lit tlie co-educatiit of the-
races that waq being practiced .ni a
private t'il ool at Orance Paik a fe-w
years ago-indeed, just upon tho-
eve of the meeting tf the last state
nominating convention-and which
the friend- of M:. Si eats naturally
made the most of in that campaign -
but is it fair or honest to intimate
that any one of Mr. Sheats' present
rompetitors woulJ be guilty of re-
verinug hi" position in that matter.
and thereby "upse; our social sys-
tem" or "-.et up a system of equality
between the races" in the public
Pchoole*
It may be contended that tlhequo-
tvtion from our contemporary does


tually attempt to do the thing
named, but only that they "will
have the sympathy" of those who
would gladly see tHiat thing done.
Wherein lies the difference? Where-
fore should such "sympathy" be ex-
tended without an expectation that
it would or might be done?
The truth appears to be that it)
their desperate zeal in the interest
of Mr. Seats his reckless adherent-
are ready to commit almost any in-
discretion that mtay pronmiie to aid
in his- success. This ii- neither fair
play nor good politic,, and Mr.
Seats lhiould call down t'hloe of hi -
advoc.ite~- wllo ar'- thu- iiiiririni
hiini more than they can po--ibly aitl
h lii .


AI !?* r lt! tl ,, Ian u v r.' I* i
bh-t. I olwev-r., to h, no-vt-r late alon!
taki:. ii.' -ls s ,r- lari( i ti o :t urif
-' l 'l ti ,,,d.'. Tak it tiiow .

-1 I11(. E\ '1 l.,-10 ,.
IFi:4' '-., *'ar-. W ell Filledl W'i i 'x
cursiti-p.st. Ar itied at No t o
T.:. c! .-:ip -; ec; -x.ur i i,'i rIi
..:; t;;! l',- i-a o ;::t a!!l A ,' it, ,i y:
-iloii '.f t A N. Iront Iti i ;-r Juline
till t*-il,iV :, rj!rinL v;-ir- t,
tlhe w.i r -'i-ael-. was a lbi .t'i----.-
Thie trains t :;c lit in a:t 12:i,"0 in t\v
-,-ctiIoi- of 4 line t-iacr--, each. al
well illled. The'1'1 in'jrity of the ex
cur-ionii-ts are white titizeli-. hbu
at)iout twX, colachl loads of c',lirt
pt)-o l l t look advantage if thi' liow
rati-- to vi-it thilis ciy.
'The hiy- from l the- town- aloia the
lii., acoilnpitnied by tlieir Itw-s
-irl-. are tier-I to have a go ld tilile.
Many o f thlie are rigged out iil
spring -u it, and are wearing ,i-;ol .
-traw nats. THi' NEW.- ext;nlin d to
the-m a cordial welcomed and wi-he
tht ll a jolly visit.
If you want to -ee-whether yolu
buy or not--som of the hand-isotin-
and cheapest High-class Walnut
Bed-room Sets ever exhibited h lr',
io to O. 31. Prypor's Bargain Furni
ture Hou-e.


A COUNTRY MAN IN 11tOUBIA-'.
lie is Arresited on TwoSerious (Char-,ie
-Now) in Coliuny Jail
Rolt. John-o,. a white carpenter
whose ileilli- i in (lree ville, wa-
arrested yesterday on the following
charges: Obtaining money under
false preten-es and larceny.
John-on went to the furniture *store
of 0. M. Pryor and picked o,,ut a suite
of furniture and said kie would re-
turn later for th-ill. B-.fore it- avim-
hlie told M1r. Pryor that lie hadl a lot
of eg-s in the freight depot, but did
not have thi mnqans of ge't:un them
out, as ih had been '"out )on the
town" the nignt before. Mr. Pryor
gave him a check for $2.75. then he
depart* d.
La:iter while' at .1. I. Stephens' jew-
elry store pricing jewelry. he .-l,'pped
a -olid go'd watch ca.ie in hiis picket.
The mai:tter was rtepll ted toi the po-
lice a:id( Johnli.on was -ton bieh!iid
the prii-n bar-. II th-- police court
this milorniing t, wa- turi.d ijov r tol
til- counllty a :iil ritie'i.


Oiad Steel o- leal i.
"-There i- but one simiall chain' to
saY. your life and that i- throui, ilan
operations," wjs the awlul pro-pect
s-t bi'.ore 3 Mr. I. H. Hunt, of Lirme
Ridge. \i... byi her I.ector ifter
v.inily trying to cur liher of a .-- !iht-
ful cai-- of -tiomiac trouble- ;iiil yel-
.low j-iundlicF. He didtn t ()uilnt ,in
the marveltouii power f Ell-c:ri r Hit-
ters to cure Stonilch a!i d L.ivt r
triouble-s, but sh. lih,-atl f it. took
-even bottles, w:as wholly cured.
av.oidd -iir'oni kntife. 11now we
itor aind ft,-e- l tt,-r l.;tiai -er. it'-
i,,-itive ly V iliriatite-t-t tu -ilir' Stl, l-
clih. Liv-rt a' i Kithl 'y trlible- ai-lI
never di-Pi'piointi. l'ric:,' ,e at \V.
A. D 'A l-inti *rto-'s tii i ,r+.


THE WARi mtS11is.
Resar Admiriala I arirfp rar Pa %4 ati flu.
cmal IsoII Heiimm adastltip-mingert.
[Tie' II aA.-haijI Ni'W Xl-r II ii Iti h# r
t)tII kflak -s xi'.At ,CoealIat thil'1l.1%'Y VIe
yvstftrdrov aftit rit'I"l aOi dt;:u- Is \ --
AOIOMacumsw~id coal tea-(iav.

iT ht-r-. s b m.)I fr .,'tot Ini ft I.- 11111 h t ."11141
t 11- 1' t v 1,41 thoV iio' tti
'tstr if-l or-- rl- u'iI--l: ihlt
sir'' ir-tC w ill h-2
ari-i,(..in A ltot C t~i i ~ tl
R"rAlim VJ-t et 'iritAi151.
aI h i v- ii d i i iita- s. nLi- skTrlt-ii
v I 'I o a :t1


It v, ;y li i :o -t:tnd idly lI Y 1 II
t'* ot l ,ir ,it- -lutfr' iWi: : ,aw ril -
t.ii tihe Airi ival o 1 tt;- doct-1 t A!i
Alb.inly N. Y d.iirYil.in called Ait .t
driig -tor.' there l1 a, doctor toi,tl:.
aild w,* til- child, then \-ry -;vk
wi:lk ctro.up. Not 1if'dinzi thl doctor
ill. lie l"i' word fto h1111I t1o 1 C .',iip at
olic' o ti ii- return. Hoe al4-0o bh1im !it
:1 hoittle of 'halt iber-laini's ('inigh
It iiodedy. wl:ich li o hold would givi-
solite relief until the doctor hotild
art ivu. 11i i" ft-w hiitrs lie retui ned.
*.Ayin. t!,e' dlctotr iietd no;t ( 111. a-
thie c.ild was initieli h -lt-r. T'.!
drutrgi-t. Mr. Otti Schiolz. .ayve the
familiv ha-s s i:ice recoimn limeiided-
Chamiberlain s Cough Remedly to,
their neighbors and friends until lie
has a rlonstatit demand for it from
that pDrt of the county. For sale
by Hannii h Bros 21 South Palafox
street.
AT THI; PARIjOR MARKEtr.
Some of the finest strawberries of
the season were brought in this
morning by Willie Clifford from the
head of Big Bayou. Fresh. ripe to-
mnatoes; young radishes, turnips and
onions, carrots. beets. green cabbage.
lettuce and celery are among the
fine di-play of seasonable vegetables
at the Parlor Market.
We will launder your spreads for


For Blood, Stomach and Nerves, Take





Hood's Sarsaparilla




It Cures Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Nervousness.


Important Nav al !,ratw a. n


COUNTY (CON %ENIION.
A4) Cetina iRoundi Trip Itate anid
Special Traints.


i Many and minrk(ed !,'iv been tlie RoIAERTST.. Fla., March 21, l ;-..
it improvements at the Pctin-aola l-eEditor :i!;liy N -:
y navv yard under the -1:#-itlit iau(d ) ear fir- ft-hlow i- t.. l(hl.-( i
train- for th.l elloiltv coiit, ;i' ,n a
0i neri etic inatnatre :e t of ''lli lnd- iPieltf. ,,,i. A rril l 1:
.ilt W '. lI -is-liter. but ther :-' ha ;i No .
.,-tn ti < bla -t o(if trui p' t---tlo bli i-t- ti l ai l. I..n '. '- a; ., ,
ii ig of hetter tt iiing to coemi .'. i..at t'.-:;-;i.-.'ii i', N'. r i ,
A low ly, but st.-a ilyl il; );ov -'i li -t i turlin;.. ;. .i .,I' ..-i; t.. ; 1 i
h ive bet. n addei d. A e o'l'pl.te mo. i d- le.t-. .t.* ;';it tl,, *tl\* I :i -r,
1 I -rn I I> etric II.tlt pli:I:t w..s i -t.i'i -d. w ill be bhlh ia t e 1:iii;!. f. c.
. new a;nd .snh-ulst:ntii;il wharvte w-' c1 S liCl- i.i',i-. "it '.V. \ t1An ;ii, : I
built, the entire yard was re-niov\.td bat*- anti limid as trim and lin-at a.s tie a- bhetlre. 'Tl.: ra:'t of .."0 -.it- f.r
" deck of a mnin of war. improved fa- tlhe- runit trip alr-ilv puilti!,, d li-
cllitiz, for' coalliig -vsi-s4 l- were, put Iplie, frn.i tt! on i-th- i th tie line.
" iu. niiw and powerful l ),atin;l, docks Yoiur- truly.
1 were brought here froi N ev York .1. 1. VAtI .4, N. S`.,
- and the imahiane lii ops were put in Chail ian Coi. on 'Trlaii-portation.
t order -o that small v, s.s-ls could be
1 built or repaired. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is not a common
v On short iltice during the Span- *very daY v ctutli Iiixturi-. It it- l iimitr. i-
iW( bougl, ow. r-il I\ fr all th,* t rll e-m i(t
S i-h-Anirican i war t bou t y n r C,' ,,lmilic,'il i, r-utinu ifrom nli
the gov#rnillent wer armored tihd cold in t!i- hiad. td, i ait'. -t or Inil .
t cotinvrted into auxiliary war ships olhii uorC. c-.
Sat this yard, showing that Coin-
liandIarlr IR isinger is ready to do any j PII)1'()ALS
F work the government will etiti ust to --
) the Penl.acola navy yard. To Iurnisih F resh Water at lihe Santla
Now a notfier step forward hl :i- iRola Soundl IQiuaraninle ltatioin.
been recorded by sending here to,
take '.oal the powerful war ship- Propo-a!.- aret invited to -ink or
SNew York.Texas and Machias. Thi bore well tit t- .tos
t was done no doubt to test the chan- tore well at tht :nta Ito.,a ,ound
I nel, because of the fact that hereto- Quarantine Station, Santa RoQai
fore no official government map fe of fr i ig
showing more than 21 feet of water sound, for te upe of urihn
thrt.ugh the channel has been made. a bountiful supply of pure drinking
Recent dredgcing, however, haQ &riven
us sufficient water to float deep draft water. WVM. K. HN ER,
vessels, and, on the otticial report of Ag,-nt State Board of Health. E,-
Commandant Reisinrer that there ., .I
was 81 feet of water entirely through ca county. 31i(.
the channel at low tide, the war ves-
sels were ordered here. The ease Thie C(elebrated Singer.
with which the New York, drawing ,
27 4 feet, entered, makes an official J.M. Clutters a .Insic House od-
record that will bring other deep secured the agency for the Wonder-
draft war and commercial ve-sels to receierd ia hip nto. he se hav jut
t lis port.thfactor, and are the fi
But Commandant Reisinger's work fro: th factory and are the ine,-'
of re habilitating the Pensacola navy Instruments ever put on the market
yard has not ceased at what has at the prices they will be sold it;
been done. He has other and ireat- these price range front $2L0 to $305.
er plans for the consummation of They are all in double ven-ered
whic he is earne-t woki case, extra handsome poli.-h. Eaclh
whiSome of th is earnestly workingtl is warranted for five years and are
Some of thise plans will shortly be constructed of the w-ry be:t mate-
materialized. constructed of t"i very be"t mate-
On March 2). proposals were ria .
opened at the Bureau of Supplies Please call in ad osee theirn if yout
and Accounts, Wasiington. for sup_ are anticipating buying a piano in
plying to the Pensacoia navy vard the near future. for they are certain-
two electric generating sets, one lv beauties. As th is the initia
battery and three Nl-horse power shipmnent,wewill make extrarDpecial
boilers complete, r inducements to the buyers of thi-
Ani now thle department i-a adver- flrt shipment.
timing for proposals to fnrni-h this J. M. CLI iTi rIS Mt'-1i ,t, 1 t.
yard with a quantity of imachin-,ryv 12 id 114 -. Palafox t.
and tools. lists and :-peiic.it ti, l il lf
which may be obtained fromin ('Con- GOING DOWN HILL.
Inandant Reissmiirer or at tihe Bureau P.eople sulfering fron kidney di--
of Suplpi- and Account-, Wa-Lin e- ot-. fel a rraduill biut steady lo-s
tonl. of vi:ality. T'liev .-hoiild lose no
A bill is now pendmin in conn.zre.- tim,- in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
ar l at- th gar s erhtiiil,-t townuild It i- -uaranteed. W\. A. I)Alem-l
yards. I-\id-enltly the navy d aV ( iart-t-
iltent is not waiting tthe p.-.il 4, of
this bill. but is inakitli: :ict-ive prepa-
rations to (quip the .ntl-: iil i navy
yard -o that great iwar -!iip,- all y L
ouilt here.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a grand old
r,.-'ll- *. ii-. '; r for nmaliy iv ar-. aiil t :!i r ,
1) ihli f:tvor. itAs without d ul't h- hlit-A
nhi crlbt'ii ,i fir all pi)llt iiii tir m t,,i. rr ., it
ml ttv-. >-trt-s. All drrtlr i.!-t- --1I i -:
>i I


Photographic Artis
') 4 Siuti Pti' :ifox St.


A lHINT. *-i n i.,:i.t ili
k' "Ti oe \ Mi ,'!h lli !k> I ., p : l: T [,i] i .,
Mitl ",'- Ihiri hug l l i l ti -,r I.1 li., 'iill- r
,,u: t -, .,. *,,.,-
J.Ift 'ianits are no-tt t' fcl 'e'- t)- GKR
r, Wit- li like giood e'la-. andii it tihe
i".,llwici:ins w, o ; '. low .-lira .. d in: :
-liel uiait tWle Wi nlef ;.t iiibill; T
ol'.ility for vot.' wouti:d treat the-ir
ii toid ,itf if-e. inl-tead of .-r -d iioii and|
S;Alil i i Clen .ir-. t!(-v wv illi all
-t.tri ah better ch slice lfor .2 nil vot, dllSd S
;tif tth)-ir share' f if .
wa- id-eftial ? iU't y All 'v. .,l MARCH- 2S
,irohiaI with the choice'. llt-ri:d- uow
for i( d to a diosci i iliiiiti!g p iiu );ic t, %
(' H G nlizi7It 7z t i. .1, 111 i:i o ,Olif.
whi ,i iv,-.-S th iiI a fair tI ial. I vi'r re-
e.t.s1 1t. I'illi excelf-t1t lio|-.' li (a i
;,r"'- nit to lir.- ho lu- ke {' p-r- of 11-- ir 1
-. ftco li i of the l>--t -*.*|.-ctf.l .-- *
torr'n'ts of fin- f;a';vcy aoi, -;.t.l;--
r.., rri, s in tihe cit ,iid invioi.- i n. in e i
trial rinfr li tlil,-e whi ti:iv noi t v y-t I-t-"eBi2ll De r
,>p'.. '- d Aill account with ti,-ni.
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fen'cing at .ueh Ilow
surprise everyb.'dy-.
any kind.l fromri 2 It-,
or voti can igpt tf," ii.
iron fene i ii offall
you desire ftilcl ig 4i,
laIs-ave tit -id ter :at 'tv.
Si~u-; -wfr Ifle at. i
lilt Lbev and rt t it -!
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A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick eats.

CARLOl PPretty Phaetons.
CARl LOAD PRIICnES !,snrie.:k ; Foa CKarts, CfDr E::;.

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long
'-'. VW e ill A llo\w Y-11"< SOi)ii0-thill!: felr 0l!,it 1,1 ti ".-
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SSPPfN OPENING

" MTLTINERY


MINT TONIC BOWERS & KRIUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
Eve ryhbody needs a tonic these, and continuingg -ai
lazy spring days to drive away that I- thi- week
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic ". ,, ,t ,, ,.,, .,,, ..
does this. It invigorates and puri- i "' i ,.. --
flies the blood. It cures the worst i You are- Cordially invitedI
cases of indigestion. It cures per- toAttend.
mnanently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
strong; and it (rives one who is all -
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of --
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the MISS R. NEWELL,
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol- DRESSfM AKER
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
lars. Trv it. ft is made in Pensa-


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Our REFRIGERATORS are (iuaranit-- ... I..
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They have an Abaolute DRY AIR PROVISION I if.,
Warranted Absolutely Odorless.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


GRAU'S CHECKERBOARD.
ro raleas*i* NMakigupre
'rald Opeira ('as1a.
i rtce. rau threads the laby-
'. ays of singers contracts In
:. : eay drtibed by Gustav
.o .. hD e'
: a douna wil Lave. for in-
a gc-araunte that be will give
S1. .-ror(usauces in four months or
-mnaep' a month at $1.000 a
pt:L., 3.a UC. TbhT mesus that be
ar e for her to appear ex-
.-.. times during each month.
S.:.,ut crowd It or 15 perform-
,.i, out- moth for her and then
S ...u a currespoodlngly fewer
S .o ,f tuns during the remaining
S- I r eo'ry performance above
i* 'ntee.d ten which she gives
a month she receives an extra
:..l dAliUan. with the privilege of
;;,.. g twr regular ten times dur-
,i 'rt n onth.
:;.tw.er. the inmprfsardo abould
if. ,u arrange. for hIr to sing more
.i. eighbt times during a month be
s .o. uererthe ilef still he obliged to
;** bor for ten performances. For
"ue 'sea. unkes hber guarantees are
a,rrf:Tly IotmierTve by the manager
wE-, h." I, making out the repertory.
,..T ir ;':Iua donna cNstma him $1.X)00.
-,.-r. are two singers In this sea-
e M 'ropol-lla Opera llouse com-
:&" u intakeae with whom would coet
S.:: ;.rs-garto $1.700. It is no won-
4. '., r,-fior'e, that Mr. ;rau make
a* 1 A,.'il reperttry w:th a sort of
'.-.'.>a-rd bWefore, hint divided into
;..f. ,,r each performance here and
S n and with alips of paper
: the names f the singers
,..- .r- while before hini for the
-,.- the game he has an abstract
,, p,% \arilias contracts showing what
r. -'I.cTr has been guaranteed as re-
: -,,l's and number of perform-

t -n nft'r all this work has been
d,+ ,through with there Is still the
r nI,.i *Will this repertory stand"'
i.rau has such a dread of physi-
a5', *w-rtiflcates coming in at the last
,uO-.11t that be does not feel safe un-
t1; f-om his seat in the parquet, he
*w 'e! curtain rise. It in bad enough
t base to chance prima donnas at the
lit moment. although that is a matter
tLat -au generally be arranged over the
tel,1.,pOno.
"Butt when several principal singers
lra apt have become indis'>.o l and
i 1.l found nessary to cli.lgv Ilihe
spera Then quick work is required.
Ralf a dozen messengers are sent scir-
rymng in all directions. The manager
rm) have thought of putting on 'I)-
ItarlD lie must le sure of an Elsa.
Tleleforp a messenger Is sent to each
of Mtme prima donnas who have this
rMle In their repertory. Neither of
UwtM, may be able to sing. and so. al-
thvugh the hour is late. another opera
ns) Last- to be substituted for 'Lohen-
gr:c' As many as four changes In
Uo... -1a for the night may have been
amd, toi an afternoon, and at times it
ba* 'ee'n only by a hair's breadth that
t', house e has not remained dark "

Wales Whb M eDim...
ltr*- i probably no man in Eng-
a.. ', to has mastered the art of din-
1. > .*' l4'It'Ily as the Prince of
U s.. Jo a niau of less method and
rne'-.nt than tlhe prince 35 years of
-* i'ditnerst might have been fataL
AnI-'- la a resolute champion
Su l. fare' and short dinners. liHe
::- '- that juatlke can be done to the
ta <'f dinuuers in an hour. and this
S "* ,,I,.rved lyv all thie bosts who
,.: tj pIleaMse him le eats sparingly
ia' a:lot s many courses to pass un-
Ia. .-'.
\\ ..*. i<.r the priln<-i dines in public
he .i ,ihoucited aalUat a background
Sw.-arl.-.t TlI liveries of the royal
f. :;:.'u who attend him. He rarely
drna, more than two kinds of wine at
* utim,-l., and be has a weakness for
chban:;a(n<' uf a certain brand.
1 ie sa much ogposed to many
tuat as to many dishes, and the list
* iual;. limited to three toasts and
i.,'a. o' that of the queen. ilis after
uatr-,, s)eeehes are always brief.

*t.* LAss.m ad Geed Ar..
'r"e r,-eao letters in regard to the
rtw f ',unsmptiou have urged me to
etlth I, u.ot ie the IRtalston Health club
*5 'i.--litgtion and its publications
it.* ritural tcure which they suggest
I** P' sd wholly effective on my


lko tab, b were In bad condition.
It ,"slstI mainly in persltently sup-
Nyring theru with as abundanos of air
sa ,'- .s-ially In blowing through a
*b',rt l.>-v. of pipestem to open up the
M't''~I ; ellss which exist In mass
a* .,1 .-a take the place of those
*'Wi*u :; t.y cerms. In extreme cases
tiW tWt.,AIng most be very gentle at
rif: great t care to avoid drafts and
d .: "'et is eseestlal. and nutritious
SA!6 a powerful aid. The process
W*in a^ simple as did washing iv
t J,'-r'.aa to Nasman. the Syrian. but
*t oI. a'uApletely effective In the end
n' ,a;*t:'ully practiced month after
. L l H. H in New York Sun.

C -maSle by BiLqd Air.
FT 'alrmount Cemetery association
t 'Rtl!ng to bear from Professor Em-
.U^* a,'.ut his process for the ion-
*:,i *m.,n of bodies by the use of liq-
'. A l*:tt'er written to the inven-
S':l process are answer' with
*' '.nm.nint that an experimental
*-. at" ftor the test of the Invention
" put up and that after It has
.' .. ,! ot a body he will IN' better
*' !t estimates to people who
(',.l ,, u. it Prof-ssor Emmons
pr*t' wl to have a report ready in two
Sr: r** wes.-DePver Itetoblican.
A Lena West.
TLuaus Nelson Page's entrance Into
tatore was dtiseomeit. He sent
U*LO"LT ort roala m Mars Chan" nto


GRAND GULF CAVERN

A GREAT CAVE THAT IS IN SOUTH-
WESTERN MISSOURI.

Ies Mysterious Deptha Were First
EapImred by Two Nef of More Than
Ordinary ('aorace-Tbe Storyr o
Their Pertilos Jouraen.
Southwest Missouli is full of strange
earth formations that arc called "nat-
ural" curiosities in spite of their un-
naturalness. The earth is full of caves
and sink holes. One of the most cele-
brated of these is the Grand Gulf. in
Oregon county. about four miles from
Koshkonong. It is a sort of canyon,
in shape not unlike a horseshoe andti
serves the purpose of a drainage bed
In the wet season for a 12 mile area of
huill. The canyon Is 220 feet deep. with
a natural bridge inu one place and a
uiilnerranean lake and river that opens
at one end. The river only exists dur-
rig the wet s'easonu. for the earth at
til. lIottin of thie canyon is porous
ami ahsorlis the water. The lake. how-
e.er. is full the whole year round.
This .caie. containing the subter-
ranean river and lake. had never been
explored to the end till the summer of
1S.',. when Pat F'oley. a saloon keeper
froaim Tihayer. with a aoinpltiaion I'er-
formue tlit exploit. le-'ohy had made
two tlrips) I',fore into the cave. I,.it had
not 4'ml'tmit Il0e to Msecure a (-colpianioni
*o1r11:4is i teniotligh tot Iersevere ini thi
r,,lte.rIplri -,. .. -1 fhII lln had weakened
'ind s l' tll i' 'sl lt before tl i ie il of tlie
,'i ,' \ ;a r,:t i 1im -. f li tCie thlis trip,
issowiMs s l' -Ylv 4 haid w ith Ilii it 1 111:111
t'f .-*o. nl! A
T"i,' <'tri'inn'.' to this c:eI' i"< n ite and
deep 'lh'e !hol is of hirok-mn stones. over
Iwhi-h lt trikle t a tiny sir'lamin of water
in tiw dry seasotl. A hundred feet in-
side the cnvt thie entratnle suddenly
narrows ifinto a: hisle so small that a
maltn must gct on hlindts and knees- to
pass tlirii rii. I'syondl this narrow hole
the eutrancel widsilis into -1 large grotto.
There is a Iteep hill to climn:; next tlhe
hiU dlos.cndl-s sharply into .a lake. To
ipenctrae to thlie ed of this lake it was
nece-ssary to imha.-*a' a loat so smnll tlhat
it couMllt drll:mtagld t through the narrow
pIIa 4S:I*' into tiet grotto.
I'oley and his vcomp anion built a h.oat
of suitablhl-' siz7' and hauled it through
the n:lrro\v lentr.mi's- Tl'hey took wit
ilh in aleo, ;i 'ln : ~ oil of :-osi a quant i i-
tIy sof l:1It lho'-. sont'w m rm iir'sa, i l;inite'rnls
at;i l fo1ti trt', h's \\i;li cotton v> addilitg
o'u lthi s w t- "o.~:tket ill kerost'm ". Tilt
';veiv' of (iIour-. i- p.'rfecti'ty d rk. Thie
nt-ii u-.,I tli, mr l:it trt'n. till thi'y got
i 't-ru'l tih. lit!'!'m I l:''e'. hiln t atliia7i'll-'llt tht- lainter flaila es inside
thief tgrotto slowly g't.<\y dimi an went ,out. 'Th'ly tried tli light thiein
a aini. liut htim siil'imir of ti' mint'hes
wosillI llarnt up osil to 'k- e.xtingilisthed
iilnlledialtely. li s.- relasoln of this w sa1
that dlw .t n itnspl 'e w ls e\,d'* ugliily
damlp aind lhua y.
'I hi, imnn sI ur-ce-l d1 it lightliing the
f lii k 'er .'ii-' ii;" t:, 'i.s. a lnl graspinl
mt.- sof tlim':m iil me< i i;: id thtvy nintle
'1 :,- \ viay ii\ I ti.' s loi0 '. to thi like
:11!1 i l 040l t til II'" lO'1-4-l l- his'p l t\\''ll tih
ro<,-k< l"lhit- orrlf-h snmiolicril like hot
e,.,ils. giving oaut \0 :!y li'ltI' l anll. Tlie
Issiu t \.w 'or'hoir. f:aotnil'd at tilted lrow anl stern.
>in' en.isl of othi' i.>i ti'lI toI I lowliwhler
a ,dl tLi '.r- t of theI' s il th-rowni in the
ho-nt VWhier th- t .o lmell siat down in
thie fr:al .' f ift 0... foiilnd tlie w:iter
rose to I ;t h .:i lhr te ilriL:es of Iltie gun-
i ales. It w;as i mp0ssihtle to use oars
W.:th1lout tlolpil:i I 1 1 i. st far f 'aenmlugh to
sink it. 'so tlhi' ImI'n s\ ere forced to paI l-
illh* iatiriousIy s itli tl ir liati ls.
i'lh'y for unknaown las ke. Ihlie silohlliritig torches
mg t liing uip Imi' blli< knness for only a
i'.sw fs..t aroun'! tlheo. Outside it was
:t ';)irn siilrns'r day. they knew, but
insidh It was like a c-lo.d refrigerator,
all ilakticss atn, tlampne.s and ctld.
rih- wiantr of the lake was ice cold,
and nt every few dips they hiad to stop
anl wai;rn their lands. There was
nothing to Ibe seen on any side-noth-
iug but darkness. No sound could
Ilnetra-te the cavern. If thie boat
should capsize-as it was likely to do
with the lightest disturbance-they
would be cramisped In a minute in the
cold water without a chance of help
from the outside. '
After a long and tedious paddling the
soat s prow was suddenly buried in a
hInnk of ttdi and gravel. Foley took


a torch nnd step'id otli cautiously in
his rutol.,r I oots into the mud. iHe
found le had come to the end of the
lake aiuld that a sliarl'ly inclined wall
of rock rose before him. The saloon
I,w.'ir clinbedi up tlie wall about 40
f,.'et alto)e the lake sealirthing- for a
-outitmnuimuc ot ti' cavern. But he
'could tind none. APlparently the cav-
trni ended there. lhe returned to the
la:t. vwher.e' his companion sat. The
tto tmen tmide tbhir way across the
lake and out through the narrow place
in safety. They had been gone an
hour. and their friends outside had be-
gun to fear an ac.-ldeut bad happened
to them.
So far as people know. the care In the
Grand G(ulf has no outlet. The Indian
traditions about the cave are that it
was a suliterranean waterway much
used at one time by boatmen. who
used to earry pros isions in boats to the
Ark:ansas 'allhcy. If this Iew true. the
river tust have beu stopped illup many
years ago by some convulsion of na-
ture and the lake formed then.-Kan-
sas City S*anr
Sa e on a itoo Away.
A fox. while being pursued by a Bar-
nard (Vt.t hunter and two hounds last
week. escaped in a novel manner. The
animal was being closely pressed by
the dogs. when it dashed across the
railroad track in front of a fast morning
train. The fox barely succeeded in
reaching the other side of the track


WYOMING'8 ICE CAVE. A- M ,onm.r lDevil t.sh.
-----_ Destroying ite victims, is a type of
A Prmehk Traper Ha. Dlsevered a Constipation. The r'ow(r of this
Large Covers ln a Giseler. murderous malady i- felt on organs
Catacombs of marvelous extent and and nerves arnd n u-eli.& aud biain.
beauty exist In the living fce of Cloud "here's no health till it's overcome.
beauty exist n the liing ee o Cloud But Dr. King's New Lif Plis are a
mountain. in northern Wyoming. They safe and certain cue Best i1 the
were found by Jacques Moulin, a world for Stomachl. Liver, Kidney-
French trapper. Nothing like them and Bowels. Only 2) cetis at W. A
is known elsewhere In the Rocky D'Aleinberte'd drug i -tore.
mountains. and the circumstances of
their discovery form a strange story. PARKiR'S
Cloud mountain In a lofty peak in a HAIR BALSAM
little explored region of the Big Hornim^---tSS. ill* heir.
range, and near its summit. Judging cevw NWs toeSSdeG r
from Moulin's description, Is a true Cigipr0 n disaw. A hal la1ug.
glacier. His story In substance is as
follows: Try THI NEWS, 10 eAnts a week.
"'In the snow near the top of the -
mountain I made a dugout to live in A (.Alhli
while I was trapping there last De-
cember. This but was in the midst Fo'r IDnmi of a great snow and lee drift that ven:ton..
clings to the side of the mountain. I Resolved, That a convention of tie lItnm-
was far above timber t He. and to make ocrati c pat y of acamblta county bhalil h'-
held at roweiton at it o'clock looin oilthIe
the wood that I brought there go as 14th day of April., 1 0. for tie purpose of
far as possible I used to build my selecting twelve( il) p-iisons to represent
Spb..ecmbsa county at I ii'i- strict convenl-
campfire on the floor of my little cave. Liaun to nomujinate a candidate for Congrelns
One morning I awoke to flud that aind for tile uurpose of letting twtel've I':
p.reoi8 to rtpr*.t.e t E >-'itlliblla county at
where the fire had been was a ynwning tle uState 'Conventiont It I eii tnlle antil
well. the bottom of which I could not p.aceOsh may be ti,-4d by tIe'll mtale aaid Con-
gre.osi'nal Ltemocot.cO4 tlC 'imlilem i utrd for
see. I had been living on the roof of tieipuiriu -e of ,e'lecting ia toipnty Execu-
a hugecavern. and the fire had melted tlvwt otlmm.ttt'toomid titiil theiiir succ,.e-
sors xi oil br electedd in 1vai-'.
Its way into the depths. '1t ,irti tcts i'e weait nl i il lit ntitled to
"Taking a long and stout rope. I the folowiimm reprt-Ltitatiun Ut uidc ouii-
fastened one end of it secure near the t t't'tiuot
No. I. Nix-,,
edge of the hole and lowered myself No.-'~. Kuifrrian'
into the depths. I took with me a o.: MiliviwV
Nu.4. 4. r,'flv Ph, .
pitch pine torch nnd a ball of twine. No.. i, 1H ur ,
The opening rapidly tweame larger as f .. lueiton.
No.7, Vine Hirren
I went down. and at a deh'pth of about No. ~. Cr'lttrtte
401 fect I stooli upon the floor of a large ,o. *. itlut rPrling.
No. Ii. Walidi&A MtiRolla ll
roRtill. All around ine were walls o(f Ns. II, iimiut Hill ..
i S'S. .. P.-i. 'l, cs 1 1 1
' hroughi tihle ite the light filtered(l diu- No. 14, I'eisato ....... .
ly. giving the place a shladowvy tunreali- I. i'.. eiaiCtii I"
No. I%. 'illiiVilll 1
ty. It wlvns intensely cold. and I re- So. 17. Brent'- .
turned to the surface for my fur clotli- No. It. McD)avhi l
N.o. It,. Molino l
in No Nn ioi4, atoiI i
"After lowering myself into the cay- F'or liii puro-eof, lit ectint o itieligalt's finit>
ern again I tied the twine to the end the.iii'.-l erat i ccl t f!cL i nt- ,im%' 'L io rniti ani
for tile p rpose oft Iom inatiin ttim o 'ic nai-
of the rope. lighted iy torch and fol- danite. fr It e-lout-of htf pre.-'t-niii( t.-. t-,r
lowed tile course of the opening. which li,'e purru..' of uiiintin a vaiidlsitite tlor
-hJersitT.a ct taililOtit' l.)r Ct elik I Cirruit
seemed to lead like a Iong hallway di- ttirt, tiiditdtatnlt' f ti1r' l\ T olii-ti,.r. i enfii-
rectlv toward the hlenrt of the inouti- tdidate for "l,.\ A,-eo'.r.i a tinditlati thr
.'rt-faurer, it ni idaitt loi i Cotu i t Jud'ie. n
tain. 'll- cavtem Ib'anme iihigher tile ci'idmitteiror elniniiimllt sf t'uit1l ln-
farther I wl nt. and about 150 yards sti uttitoll. it lt'lt for Couity htum\. i-,- r
Sa ca' didatle for Clerk of criminall C'outt. I
from tmy starting pace tile roof seem- candidate for Juslice of Petace itid ntoitn-
ed to Iep at least 75.- feet above ne. .ttitw'- for -ecoiia Instrictt, a nitutiidatte for
.lt it:>c of I'ace for i itti l stlimet. (an-
Ilere I found myself in a room front di.latt.e, for t!inr. iti-ilt'erot i ouilt.y Scliool
which galleries like the one I had enll- tuaru. 1i prinimaty .etimnmno ult ith l- ino-
ci otic t-i f I' '.catil'iit cou itv 1.liisili te
tered stretched awny in every direc- ,tii o-I ti,. l j i comims county .ii,. nI. t i(t
tion. In width lie galleries varied t;:- )>. i.i oi Tiiu-. h.t i- lls(, foi l ll' purpi-ij e (of tsiistilitii .miii l
from Ii) to .0) feet. and it their inter- e .ct l,,ntll i! f,,. iW li llli'peCtt)r Dt (.It irk,4
sections great transparent columns e lt i tend fd to litle roof. Tl'o mixture of point <
'recii r et No. Il-('hith A ndrew-, -. Neil (iktg,.
the dim. white light of tlhe cave and W'. !). Bell. ili'petcl,-ir; Armhiitl Kitii.
thle relilectllons of tlihe torch's flame clerk. No.
from a thousand glittering surfaces Jaitts L Ia .vy, iibI .ctor;.: T. .M. hti-rit.t,
was at once i,'wildering and fascinat- clerk.inet No.::-Frank Sunrez. .il-
Ing. Again and again I returned to iianlit,.Johlam ll., invi.-.L tt-; I'. I. lois a l .
feast my eyes on the beauties of this clerk. No. No-
I'mecitmict No. I-W It. I u.ug'it-. W L. I.. No-
natural ice palace. But the cold was bless. 1'. uoiiZalt-e. is.,pectopt' ; V. A. 'lip-
so great that I always had to cut short pAt.'le s.
rmy visits. I never explored the other ii. A. J. it s -t. i fI-p.ito jI l ti', rnit..i,
galleries, anIl how far they extend I clerk.
nPrecinct No '.-(;'io. %* >quitln. WV tM. N -
cannot luens. The ice seenis to be v <*,. r i1. iInti..soli, iii(.t.tco,, H....).-n-
honeyeoinbi-el by the caverns, and yet im'j.,. clerk.
ri ilnmlct No. 7-It. A. I.i d W. E. T :lc -r.
the walls and floors are as hard and ..M. I:nt'-rkiii. iisi-etor-; \W. \V. SAit-
firm apparently as the mountain it- -ing. clerk.
Vi.. '.l l t \ i -A.lT FiIt illliml. If. 1'. HW-
self. Cheyenne Letter int Chicago man. H. I. I4 m atr.ne, inu.s' t -. Taliur
il, to ir'l .Crabtr'e. cierk.
Ir .cnc N. tl rN .-I. P). sAro rr. A.. 'I. Coiw-
art. 4 W Tatylor, lin. l.tors; .1. 7.. lit r'.1,


Only Ieart Wou tla I'atal.
A well known surgeon. discussing
the character of the wounds received
on the battlefields in South Africa. has
pointed out that experience of the pres-
ent campaign woulil seem to show that
the only absolutely fatal region is the
heart. Bullet wounds of the brain aret
now not necessarily fatal. Judging from
the records of the last few weeks, and
this is presumably due to the small
size of the projectile, the velocity with
which it travels and the modern prac'-
tice of scientific surgery. by which
dangerous symptoms likely to arise
front injuries may be warded off. It
has therefore teen suggested that. the
heart being the only really vital part
in the blody, a steel covering should be
providetl. to be worn so as to protect
that part from bullets. A steel plate
might be attached to the soldiers'
tunics, and doubtless the small shield
could be so fixed as neither to Impede
movement nor cause Inconvenience.-
London Globe.

Newspaper Advertstalir.
Frank Daniels made au experiment
recently at Wallack's theater. New
York city. Speaking of It. the comedian
said:
"Between the acts ushers distributed
among the audience slips with a brief
printed statement politely asking the
recipient to Indicate by a check mark
In the list of various advertising forms
employed which one had attracted him
to the performance-newspapers, bill-
boards. window lithographs, or some-
thing else. The people seemed to take
kindly to the idea. and the response
was most liberal. Eleven hundred slips
were handed to the ushers, and of that
number 901 had been attracted by the
newspapers solely."

A Carious CanaL
Running from Phlllipsburg to New-
ark. N. J., there is a remarkable canal.
It Is 00 miles long and was operated
before any railroads were built In the
state. Locks are not used, the boats
* being drawn up and down elevations
on great cars on a truck 18 feet wide.
This Is likely to be the last year of Its
operation, as an effort will be made at
the next session of the New Jersey leg-
islature to secure it as a means of fur-
nishing Jersey City with au additional
water supply.-New York Telegram.

A man wno has never learned to
write his own name is not so likely to
get into trouble in this world as the
one who has learned to write another
man's.
Don't tool with a wasp because he
happens to look weary and tired-you'll
probably find him all right in the end.
-Chicago News.


Coffee! Coffee!!
f call the attention of
the general public to the
ifct that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage aW prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from, the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost-
their aroma, ours is fresh
and, delicious.
KXew Orleans Grocery Co.,
JA.S. M'HUGH,


Phone 105. Proprietor
WAITER.
Wantd te buy ill kiMds if hecon
land Firlitirs, Itrchidins, Ic.
_Sddren Bo0 142.

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

Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.

We are permanently fixtures here. not-
withstanding all reports to the contrary,
and we are now at II S. Palafox street .
Jsss French Pino & Oral' CP.
11 S. Palafox Struet.

I will re;,air your watches and
inwelry in first-class style. J. I.
Htephe- s.

Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RNITI'RE. The finest
line of WIalnut l)edirool MutSutes ever
shownl in Plnsenctila. Pretty, neatly-
finished Ild IW oak lioIdroom ilSuites at
11i1 prices. lIattaln and Cobbler Seat
it-'ket-, bigr anl little, cheap and
!high. Look at them.
(. 1M. PRYOR'S
liargain IF'lirniilshing House.

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

RANDND EXCURSION







To Ireenville, Mon:tgomery and lBir-
llingihatll, S ;a i rtlMy Ilight, .Murl'
:11, IPavimnl I'liioln eIepot at 10)::34 )fn
reg ilair ipts.t'ne 'r tiain. F ire for
roundtl trip: Perl.-aeola to Mollt-
g^onipry. $3 .>i; to (ir,-enivil e, :;54)O;
to Hii liiiilrhain., V ,') From U'.in -


.. ler t. .lii-ellt intille as 1SPerit.nuc ln. Pal ties
,i n <-tw No. ,i-C. .1. .Waltt. .1.liin ',.-- desiring -lIeper will apply to ticket
mitn. F n. i.sp ictr-' It. l nt-. In- aget ill tilne. Purchase- tickets at
clerk. tl*. .ktc o.ll-.I..I. L.- M.nh. tiket i(c'. Titr'kets good for five
'Clenlsol Hall, II- p.'ttor': J 1. H. ewartd 'd (a!vs to retitiirn" ;y lreular pas-
co-I k.. Senger"'train. For further inforina-
Preci net No. l'-'-W. F. Le', Iv I'. I. s- .ti."1 Ii t
W ill lmaiv. IIIm p s-cto( -; .I. W. l,.l.S. U t -. i., t m'.v i k. Ii t
Precinct No. i ;-A. A 1i-iiner. VIl. tio.tildt, ]OUI T. KIN(N or
W. 1H. H. Mclavil,. nii-p ector-; F. MtMaura, P. 'TI1IMAS,
cle.rk. rn.
i'reclnct .s,. It--A lInvy Iti-,rn. A. H.i- )is e
ver. L. t W% llllalllut, Ii.i'pectoI-; John A. -
Merritt. clerk. No I I'F.
PrtecIict No. 11'--. itl't- % ilkin ,. Geo. H.
Hulinutik.t'..N.LCotoii. ii,.sptectors; .. T. OTICE' is hereby given that tie follow-
\\ hItiing. clerk. T Ilug nl ttedtl persolIselai n the following
Pre-inleet No. li;-W. I Il uhuliri. .iuLk' dI-'~-rniaed lots t I li the water front o4f Ilti Citly
Fli ow l r.. r.. H. I'. i illiitin iiil'pjctu ; .. .1 f ieitn- oaln. ii lider tliie act of 11*. .o-geuniu-
It. Hublbird,' clrk. ture of ri lorila. approved June (I, 1%,U.
Prectnc-t No. 17-A. (. Ciopton, W. \. to-wit:
Ktieie"n. (G'orge Hoyt, intpector- ; WiI. Ir-. Mt. W illinitin- I.ot !' and Ili. tblock -6.
Rafferty, clerk. .1.J.. Hooton--iot, t;. 7. 17. I1. h (),'k 1:1
Precinct No IS-I.. I .tr wto, I> 1 MI invmi tle ltti(lt n of sucIl l aiiti m will beinill oil
David M. 0) htm g-'tt, in|-l)'ctorA: J. IF the li day of Apmil. I1ro..
Btowtint. clerk. F Ii. BHi(;.s.
1'l't'lt-t o. i-s-.- I.tH.( iinlqr, W. A. %i-'- o h* KIN .i(o rs,
ler, A. J. F'lllutglii, llibptp cttrs ; V 1. V. t d I ItAS.. M. C4PI oN.
clerk. I1 :. o .awi w t'omniiisisioniiers..
Prtclnct No..--W f. Mate. WA n. Mec
Cuthlieon WinM. M. lcCurdy.'n iilsp-ctto.; -
l. Ir. atviart.clerk. lORT IIARRANCAS, March :30,
Thevoling at each l-'reenet hlnll I*l, at Ii
the ;foowing paac res'i>tcii'ls' itIat l'oM. Sealed proposals, in trip-
No. I.--school House'. licate, will be received here until II
No. ".--Kupft an's arik. a. in., April 14th, lSM), and then
No. :;.--t'rot". sStore.
No. I.-Old ltobrst' 'lt.ce. opened, for construction itt Fort
No.>.--Mchooal Hou,-,.. 'lckenr, Fla.. i Barrack. I Guard
No. t;--McVo.' sStore. Hou-te and I Bakery. I'. 8. reserves
Nos. 7.-I'f M p e-rktre. the right to accept or reject any or
No. ".--tfihool Hto-e. all proposals or any part thereof
No.i --Warti'sMIll. I information furnished on applica-
No. 1 .-- ehool I:ot. tltl 11,11. tion. Etvelopes sho.ild be ntim kd :
No. 1:1 --Nortlheast corni-r 'Pailfrx Iamll "Proposials or con(' truck ton i t 'Fort
Or *.'.. Pick-n-'. Fia.," lddres-ed T. N.
No. Ii Corn r It )matia anid 'Ptlatfox. HORN. l-t Lieut. Q. 1 .
Rolo.trt '.1 41-rte.
No.. l, liteuldencinc and Iletvilllitr. 3i -It.. ltA ipl 12-2t
"t N 'I; -- n'lnevil .
No. li'--l;r-nt r tat Ion school l loii -...
No it.--i inrance. to ( anri) t0rouin0.
Now. Ii--tlm tiiiil c|i( 'i HtoU'.-. l
No.i. !o) -F-J"oi tLOl.0 t interstate line. I
Il .Ich pro, el-'s it li half vote oart. llAl1wn. U I I 1*
thie delthlae telectedt ral ro sucl t'h |pr, -itit To be (;iven By
lmv'Ilui tile l ialle't Vote of thLIue t 'il..ld
liall cit-I the alf t I ivolt.
All wil -liern'mervat-. a-gally ,iual'iie.l to HOPZ LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
%ota under t li nlet oi t i 5 itslhl'l r irrof 1".7. i
contaitned i cihaimpt-r 4.'1 who hav paid, .I l Iow ll. Vttrrligtion.
their poll tl xe-for ie-vs-in'- l].% and lad I.# d p
nd aho i pied ltisre. to I t Monday, April 16, 1900.
the nomlfptes to laid pitimar% eleto ald
sant (oesiiV etitit .iIStha ll be t iitl- iI niul ar- ..
cotrdiallv ninvittsd ti participate in satild r.,
tary -lect ion, nil .nild primary **1,ctifa, Tick(et 5 01 cents. I:.adlis Free. Free
shall i*t lihIsd in all w '. undtf r the- rifles
ansd regutilatiliolis- s -*t forthi an said clihpter I ranltportttilon on )Durnliy.
4'rit. antil this C0o1nttii t h- tiH i nA '-'tt tI tiio-
otfle'-of tith vointy J'ntt y i thiI eity v if -- --
Penisacola. at e'i o'cloh k p. m..<)i th-,' 1'lh i l it d
of Ap:il. lsl.at wlhic time and pla e tlhe 1UBSUBCRIE
will reics-lv, re-turnip. (e ive-t l'5 th mn>."-
and announIt-f lie Io- t it of id pri' ltn y y
electlloan. ailndsh th mlpto-tto h above inanl tti-
will have then and there theli returns of said
eloetiou.
Thie ballots to h, tused -hillal hIe prints-d on T
'rain wtfiml papr. anrid hitnll hiavt oe ol 018-
tingulshing mark'. .
C. B. PAst~atis.m.
DAN MURPHV. thlrar al.
D Mcretary. uIrtd Only Tein Cents Per Week.


OUR






NAME'S






PANTSm


Said about WO pairs of
long legged., tort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
le-gged, straight leeged
ill sorts of legged gar-
In nts, as they got out 1of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
500 pairs of pants in oue
day is a good many, but
what about themi? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good cassiitere pante.
Some are three dollars a
pair, good casinmere
pants. Some are two.
three and four dollars a
pair, good worsted pants.


WE DO N1T-


buiy pants for adrcr-

tising purptoses-to sound

cheap. 11'e hiy oodpants,

pants that are made of

good goods: pants provided

with (ll the comforts of


home; front pockets, watch

pocke'ets, /to watch your

monne!y pockets nights in

case your wife wants to see

if' she is ettin half of

your income) pistol pockets

(and refreshment pockets.








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WOOL PINTS


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-

terns for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodied man busy nights and days to

wear them out in a year, and for
$3 t.to, somI. new fancy cassilcere

pants, luppedt seams and creased
knees.


WHY. SAY!


W\Ve *ll all pure worsted
pants for $4.4") that are simply great.
Patronize our Pantry, it pays.


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Boots and Shoes.


THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,

(Nathan 4.. Foriheimer, Prop.)

Dealer la ladieM sad Gents, Misses
and Child -eu's Fine Shoes: also Trunks,
Valiea, ete., etc. Leader in Low Prices.
117 8outh Ialafox Street.

Bookv, Stationery, Etc.


THlE GEM BtHCK STORE,


Stationery anti Fancy vGoods.

(Wholesale and litail,.
Artists' Material, S-orting Goods,
Picture Framing. School Book%, Miscel-
laseous Books, Newspapers and Maga-
zines. C. R. JOHNSON. Prop.
,21 South I'Alafox Street.


'. 'V. Ti'r141M 111444 N,


Dealer in Stationery, iflfice Supplies,
Notions, E -'.

:*0 ) South Palafox Street.

Bicycles.

GEORGE .A 1'FEtESON,
Dealer '.n Beiyveles. Agent for Rambler
and Clipper Chainleas Bicycles. licy-
cles, typewriters, guns and all kinds of
light machinery repaired. Lcksaitth-
:Bg of all kinds done. tGuus and bicycles
for rent. 12 West R imana -treet.

Butchers.

(. 1). BRAMAilA-.I
Butcher anol Gren Gr,,.r.
Dealer in leef, Pork. %u tton, V' gt .t *
and Louutry lrodlucc.
Staple and Fancy Groceri -.
Corner Tarragoa atrd LaRuri Strtet-.

Clothing.

CtL SCiiREBNI(CK'S
....1 .lMO ST IlTP 1' 1 Ol' -F....
Dealer in Clothing, cents Furnishing
(Goods, Hliat. Shoes, E.tc.
242 South Palafox street.

China and Glassware.

S .I. ISAACS.
Agateware. Tinware and ( rockerv.
14o1 outh Palatov Street. .I. S. Iob-
erts' 4':d stand.,
Carpenters' Tools and Shelf llardware
a specialty.

Commission Merchants.

NEW ORI.I:AN" *' M I'.SION AI)
P'o10 'I Ci: (C''MI'ANY.
;Vro. WIi.SON & & *'.
Receivers of Early and Lite Vegetables
and Fruit".
Ilghaest cash prices paid on produce
In tble market. Write us for prices.
handlers of all kinds of produce.
Prompt returns. 31M ani :312 North Tar-
ratona Street opposite Union D)epot.


Coal Dealers.

CARY & CO,
(Incorporated.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Steam,
Domestic and Anthracite Coal.
Office. No. 22 East Government Street.
P. 0. Box 15. Phones 93 suna6 ;.

Carriage, MAan acturers.
J. M. HOWELL,
(Established 1M94.)
Manuf:aturer ot Fine Carriages, Bug-
gies, Etc.
Repalrio, in al its Branches Promptly
Attended to.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
15 East Garden Street.
J. M HILLIARD & CO.,
Established i.-7 )
Manufacturer and Dealers in Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
Repairiug Attended to Promptly.
ihllne 124. 30 East Garden Street.

Dry Goods.
WILLIAM .JOHNdON & SON,
(Established li l.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry
Goods, Clotliing. Boots and Shoes,
Carpets. Matting and Rugs.
IIAitiWARE l)ERT'ATMt.T-Consistingof
llardware. G(laqsware. Paints. Oils,
Varuis es. Buegies, Wagons,
Carts, Bridles, Saddles,
Harness. Etc., Etc.
1is to 124 South Palafox Street and 2 to
East lutendencia Street.

1)ruggists.
PENSACOLA DRUG C4 .
I)ruggiists and Dealers in.Patent Medi-
cines and Perfumery.
l)rwurziits' l ancy a~d Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Etc.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded.
Corner Gregory and Palafox Ste.

Furniture.
1 M1. 1RYVOR'S
BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE,
Dealer in a General Line of Furniture,
Wholesale and Retail.
41l, 42 and 44 South Palafox S'reet.
I.argest. Finest and Best Assorted "Up-
to-1Ate" Furniture Stock In
the City.
'Terinm-Fit her Cash or Installment Plan.
W. H. M1ERIWETHEIR,
-Dealer in-
Furniture, Stoves, Lamps, Toilet Sets,
IEtc., Etc.
Sold on Weekly or Monthly l'ayments,
13- and 140 E. Intendencia Street.

RAD.R FURNITURE CO.,
Dealers in Cheap, Medium and Fine
Furniture.
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
Cash or Installment Plan.
34 South Palafox Street.

Hair Goods and Millinery.
MRS. SARAH I BEIRNE,

Manufacturer of and Dealer in Hair
Goods anti Millinery.

:;.', West Government Street.

Foif ndries an d Mach in ists.


C. M. 8WKscKNV.


W. J. Cos;hROVE.


THE .IACOYV GROCERY cISGR AND COMMISSION CO COMPANY.
Handlers of Wetern and co.,ntr' Engineers. Machinists and Found-ymen.
Produce of all Kinds. General Blacksmiths, Machine Forgers
and Sheet Iron Workers, Coppersmith
Groceries and Feetd Stuff. Work, Ship and Steamship Work a
Coffee ltoasters and Gritmier- an! Tea Specialty.
Blenders. Valves. Pipes, Pumps, Connections and
Refrigerator Service. Consignments Fittings for Steam, Witer and Gas.
Solicited. Palafox Street Wharf.
Phone l0I. 1 lIto 120 E. Government. Phone V'-7.


Foundries and Machinists.
JOHN PURDY,
Foundry and Machine Shops,
Central Wharf, Corner Jefftrsun and
Pine Streets.
Telephone 346.
Patterns, CasUan, Lumbr Trmeks,
Sml Chilled Cr Wheels, Wood and
Iro Pulleys, Hangers, Baoxes,
Etc. ManUfacturod to Order
in First-Class, Work-
manlike Manner at
Reasonable Rates.
Dealer In Machinery, Fittings and Sup-
plies for Stationary and Marine
Application.
JAMES HUGHES,
P. 0. Box. 404. Telephone, 123.
-BOILER WORKS.-
A General Line of Machine Work.
-o-
All kinds of Steam Boilers, Tanks and
Sheet Iron Work Manufactured
and Repaired Promptly.
Steamboat Work a Specialty.
Pipe Fitting, Etc,, Etc.

Fancy Goods.

WING, HOP & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
Chinese and Japanese Fancy Goods.
Canton Crape, Ivory, China Ware, Fine
Teis, &c.
31 South Palafox Street.

Grocqries---- Wholesale.

THE NEW ORLEANS GROCERY ('O.,
(James Mcllugh, Prop '
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in all
Kinds of Feed Stuff.
The Only Coffee Roasters in Western
Florida.
s and '1, West Iatendtencla B'reet
Phlione 1115

Grocers-- Retail.

FINK IKAS. IS(OASTED Ctl IEl-K.
I. E. I)I-B'ISSON & BR.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer- in holeli
Family Groverie-.
Crockery, Stationery, Glaiss, Tin. W\(1cl1
and Willow Ware,
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Etc.. Ilay, Corn,
Oats and Bran.
Garden Seeds a Specialty.
-,5 Tarragona St. 113 uIntacnducia St


11. MILLER,.
(1I. Pfelffer & Co.'s Old Stand.)
Dealer in Groceries, Feed Stuff :iand Ship
Stores.
Prompt Delivery.
400 South Palafox Street and I to 7 East
Zarragossa Stieet.
Telephone 213.

'. TABARRAS,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Hlay, Grain, Feed, Etc.
Corner Baylen and Intendencia Stre.ts.

Hotels.

I..WIS HOUSE,
Mrs. W. F. Lewis, Proprietress.
Located opposite the Union Depot. anl,
within one hundred feet of the
Street Cars.
Good Accommodations for the Travel-
ing Public. Special Rates for Families.
Transient Rates, 81 to $.125, Per Da)y.

Hardware.

WILLIS II.AR)W.R: CO MPIANY,
I)ealers in Builders' Illardwaie, toves
and House Furnishing Goods, Paints,
Oils and Glass.
32 South P:ilafox S:reet.
Telephone 227.


Insurance.


THOSE. C. WATSON & CO.,
General Insurance Agents, Fire, Life
and Accident.
Fire uuarance placed in First-Cla-
Companies. We have sixteen of the
best. We are Agents for the State of
Florida for the Home Life Insurance Co.
of New York. We are also Agents of
the Standard Accident Co. of Detroit,
Mich. Patronage solicited.
No. 1 South Palafox Street.

KNOWLE1S BROS.


WM. II. KNOWLES.


KNOWLES HYER.


Insurance and Real Estate Agents.
General Agents of the equitable Life
Assurance Society of the United States-
Strongest in the World. Write for
I illustrations.
3'9) South Palafox Street.

Ice and Cold Storage.


II. 1I. bIrATrON,
l'biladelphia, Pa.


'Jacksonville, Fla.


THE'I STRATTON ICE WORKS,
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
.i. R. KELLER, Manager.
Telephones 5'J and 259.
P. 0. Box 13,;.
Till: GLO. W. ARRA IC'E AND COLI)


SPT0 RAG E (t .,f


G. W. Arras. Prest. & Uen. Manager.

Corner Wriht and Ilavne Streets.


Jlob Printers.

IIENMtY S. WHITE,


Commercial Printer, Ruler aud Binder.
No. 211 :. South Palafox Street.
Good Work at Fair Prices.

Loan Agents.

.J. A. WI.SON.


Money to Loan on all kinds of ler-
sonal Property. Money ifrcished on
short notice.
Terms Easy and Satisfactory.
When you need money, call and see'us.
2*.. South I'alafox Street.

Laundries.
STAR LAI NIIHY CO.
Every Class of Laundrv Work Ilone
with Neatness and iespatch.
WALKKI: I\t;RAHAM. Proprietor.
3.7 East (;arden Street.
Phone 114.

Livery Stables.

PENS COL \ FEEl, LIVEKI'V ANDI
SALE STABLE.
.1. G. WooD, Manager.
Orders received by Telephone No. ;:.
)ay or Night.
Boarding Horses a Specialty.
12 and 14 West Intendencia Street.
All our Buggies, Carriages and Hllearses
are liubber Tired.
I'OU & R1OBINSON.

W. K. I'hliiN?.oN, Manager.

Feed, Livery and Sale Stables.


No. 1. West Intendencia Street.


The Leading Music House in Florida
and Alabama.
This pioneer music house has estab-
lished a reputation for fair dealing and
low prices. Manufacturers agents for
the Celebrated Kranich & Bach piano.
also Chickering, Weber, Krell, Lester,
Smith & Barnes. Willard and Royal
Pianos. These pianos are direct from
the factory, and are not shipped over
the country from one
BRANCH HOUSE To ANOTHER.
You can always be sure that the piano
you get from CLUTTER is new. We
keep all pianos sold by us in tune for
two years free of charge. Terms on new
pianos from $R per month up.
112 and 114 South Palafox Street.

Marble and Granite Works.

PENSACOLA Ml INUMENTAL WORK.,,
(WILLS & BROGHIITON, Props.
Statuary Monuments, Vaults, Headl-
tones, Vases, Metal Wreaths. Trel-
lis Work, Settees, Chairs, Bouquet
Holders, Cemetery Copings.
Iron Fences and all kinds of Cemetery
Fixtures.
Designs and Estimates Furnished on
Application.
Work done on Short Notice, Satisfac-
tlon Guaranteed.
No. 2 North i'alafox and to It; East
(arden Street.

Plumbers.


Real Estate

J. E TILLM%\N

Real Estate Bro,-.

O(ice-East sid. of I.a.a

WM. KNOWLYt.t.

Insurance and R"al E,:i',
309 South Palat.i ,.-
General .lgents of the I
Assurance Society of the I
Strongest in the Wor. \\ .
trations.


1;.al E.tate auid Colei 1 : k .
City and Country lProrptv
'Sold.
llead'niarters for Sewin., !M
1 Siopllies.
13 South Palafoux Stree:


Ship Chandlery.


MlKENZIE t'ERTINt. & (A,
Ship Chandlery and General mia
Appointed \2ent- for Nc ,-.
ing & Packino. Io.
Belting all Widths and I ..
Furnished.
*;"3 and South PalafIt

Undertake s


The Leading Plumber and Gas Fitter, ~\* 11.,i.nir. .
with the latest designs and modern Nt R'iiL& \
improved Bath Tubs, Water Close.ts.
Lavatories. Kitchen Sinks and Hot Professional Embalmers a,.:
Water Boilers. of FinlVe u ra, I djrt
All our Fixtures are "up-to-date" Nos. 1.'and It West luten. -
and can not b, excelled anywhere. Orders attended to ls .
No. South Palafox Street. 'lice Phone No. ;.:.
tesitlence No.
Planint MAill ..

TIlE I. R. l'ITr MILL ., icressors to S. 1 I'. j'*
(Established 147"-'. funeral Directors an.
Successr to B. 1. itt & Co..No I- Wemt Intli,,rad., ,
Oldest E;-tablished Firm iu Pensacola. lhone 1.
Manufactuirer.-of Sashl, Doors, Blindti,
and all kinds of Buihlera' Material. If'. (t d Li' o ,,r
Phone 11 'r.
Corner M-:in and Barracks Streets.


Restaurant ts.

MICK'S ItlESTAI RANT,
(Nick Apostle Prop.
MEALS AT ALL II."hLRS.
Fish and oysters a Specialty.
Finest Oysters in the ('itv.
The Best -of Everything the Market
Affords.
I'pen D.ay anti Night.
211 South Palafox Street.

Real Estate.
TIIOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents.
No. I South Palafox street.
City Property bought and sold. lent.-
collected. Taxes, Assessments, &c., at-
tended to. Loans made upon RIeal Es-
tate Security. .Abstracts of Titles Fur-
nished to any property in Escambia
County.

F18111-:1; I.EAL F>:TATE lAEN('Y.

1). Hale Wilson. Manager.

Real Estate. Rents and l.oans.

O(tice-Fisher Building.

214'., South Palafox .street.


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%. I 1 1 1 D .! % .
I'ae ,,.i h K-utickv ;,I--. .
:I S.'ilti Palaf ...: "
Wholesale a Re tall I a:,r
Kentucky Whiskies. .K -
Specialt y.
",ole Agzent for l'halt lIrewmi;
Milwaukee. \\~s.
\ full line of Inmporte1 and ...*
W uInrs, l.ili irs. cigarss and 'I ,
Il \N lifl'*-SI{ IIH -
Dealer.- i \\ i,'.s. l.iquors, *
Etc., Et .
Agents for Acme BIrewin,;, ,
Ga., 1. W. Harper WnV k .o a ,
Whisky.
*I i Tral 'e n [ < .
I orders from the oI uitrv o' *
and Promptly Filled.
Main Office-4 *I out' I P -


THE DAILY NF WV
An I'ti-toI)Date F: vr[ .: I' ."
I)elivered by ('arrir it I \

THE WEEK. .\ W-
Published Every F riday at ,,
Has a Lare ('ircul.tt; .
Western Florida and i.,;,' A
bamrna.


STAGE GLINTS.


Mr. and Mrs. E II. S,.t!h,:n will
Speod their summer vac-ati.'u in Eu-
rople.
It Is again rumored that IRolson and
('rant, will star next season in "The
lit tr'ietta "
Jamesu T. I'Poxer and his wife.
Ruchel hlkoth. are fortmulatig plans to
star together next seUasn in a new
sltusi-al |,lay.
JeTromite K. JIroin- is now working
upon a new 'oiitllv. ont order of Manu-
ager C'harles l'i',h:ui;an for Annie Itus-
sell nelt .'as.otsi
V '-tor.,nl S1n:1-11 ,i'* ,'i'r jl:!t" < a h;,A
trial drama 1 ,-d :i :t -c; <'.ual
Ip isouiitlg a -s.- li I I ;:tI I -. 'hiut'ilu ltli
r*Igru of iAoi- \I "\ 'n u Mnle. tde


THE DRESSY WOMAN.
Pnii-ian desi;:. *.r and atellers arl
making attelmptst rv'ive empire styles
on oIIth atiny nII' v siting gowus.
White aiii ti:i;.l .hiff,,n in the form of
vatiius kin.ids f tifoes,. soni with jew-
elhd ,-enters. will I- utused on dress hats
and boinnet next stuason.
One o.f the iew txest f ornis of the bolero
jacket appears to have no fastening at
all. buit i% hookLd iiivisibly under the
fronts. toward the side seallis.
Wattvan styles, panniers, elbow sleeve
ani 1.lhorteirtd skirts are enumerated
ans:i;: fash',ins that are to prevail be-
fore the suin:;er season of 190NI is over.
MIii.' ,,f th,- n tnest French walking or
"I't msIII'" j.ai.rts .of soft fluln, antelope.
i ri'" ..: r tis-tuit 'lclor have revers
n:i.d t. ::;..i. <-.'l!a fi ih lly colored Tel-
vet.


.Mout'tspau dt.!iiti.i "F l, :n-".T *' c::ient i:1 the nilnnif:cturoe
of :tipe h.I' t ntn .ibo -ld it rainprot f an4in
;os4 lp li:as it that I rt:i;a ,;:tlland. thv e., i tin it pr,,tects many other
now the Ii:k.-, tt 1.;iltin; tiom ii. will I,|: ,.k .: trials fi,,m the ffeict of the
replace Mau.i .iiMainirln; as t!ie Inauinil w.itthei.
I'rohnian l :IItadlug itwoman w lln M.iss Merc!iants and imp.i.tors, are sli *v ing
Mauunering ports i-st:irring. snre lIcaiutiful winv Seymour Hlicks andt Eilpline Terriss iii sht4.r. silky qualities so transparent
of londou are to pilav t1,ee years i that a handsom- e ring is inoperative in
this couutrv utnd.er the IFroinman wan- ilaki, thea up.
wentv to ed this to A fa-hi-tuable and tlec.ming garniture
Il mntve yatw My n ig i t Mi-.k velve-t ribbon run through the
vse years into-e. "'My ailghtiter-lo- niuesht of lace waists or buoleros,. with
law" sa their play this season. tiny .i.khAle of French brilliant of hine
It Is runmored that Mrs. Clara Blood- ut steel fastened were the strands of
good of the Anunl ltus.sell ouiiiauy.. telvtet appear.
who calne into the profession two or There are some new and gracefully
three' years ago fromii tIl- r:aks of New shapll dress skirts on gored style for
York's Four mHunduetil. is meditating a making up narrow width silks. poplins
u t and similar fabrics and French models
return to society circles, in circular form so shared that they will
lalsid Wartleld. whoI. Ilavid Helasco not sag at the sides after the gown has
propoe-s to take under his sulpervision been worn for a time.
as a stellar probability. was 12 years This spring will show a revival of a
ago an usher In the Bush Street thea- rather narrow brimmed French turban
ter. San Fraucisco. His tirst New made of silk and plain or panne velvet.
xlTek e gewent was for na lcbrew and there will also be set forth a new
English walking hat with sides turned
Iaprsonnation; salary, $8. up very high and pressed somewhat
closer to the crown than has been com-


A llIat.
*Md you see that story about the
man who got a :needle in his arm
while trying to kiss a girl'" be asked.
-No." she replied, and then she add-
ed fervent. "'but. thank heaven, I
sever learned to new!"--Chicago Post.

The late Dr. Campbell Black of Glas-
--. --. amt as a nhvrairan and elin-


mnon in recent models.-New York Post.


AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR HALE.


I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Representative of Escanbia county.
Florida, in the legislature, subject to the
democratic primaries.
('. Mo xNo Jo)NES.

For Representative.
I hereby announce nuyielf as a candidate
for tepresentativeof lEcamblta County ini
the legislature, subject to the IDemiocratic
Primaries.


For County Treaourer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
tlie it )ltc of 'County Treasurer, utject to
tihl atatinI of the democratic primary, and
ask the -t'uFport of my friends.
WIL.LIAM E. ANDERKo'N.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce inyself as a candidate
for resnomination as treasurer of Euscambia
county. subject to a decision at theensuing
democratic primary election. and respect-
fully solicit thbe support of time voters of the
county, pledging my-elf for the future the
same faithful performance of duty that I
have endeavored to fulfill during my past
tetnure of t lie office. .1. W. FRArTU.


...J. I':MM T .Vl El..K. -.. .. .
.--T- -V For Justice of the Peace.
For Sheriff. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
I hereby announce myself as a candidate election to the office of Jnstice of the Peace
for Hheriff of Kscambia County. and re. for the i4econd District. subject to the ac-
spectfully ask the support of my friends tion of the- nominating primaries.
&aid voters of th county. If elected I will ___ Ioi KIN JONKS.
Discharge the duties of satd office etfflcientlyv, r J
fairly and impartially. For Justice of the Peace.
W.H. HIrTCH'INSON. At the suggestion of numerous friends. I
hereby announce my candidacy for Justice
For Sheriff, of the Peace of -econd district, subjectto
I hereby announce myself as a candidate the action of the nominating primaries.
for re-election to theoffice of sheriff of X- JAMxS R. LANDt' .
cambla county. Florida. and solicit the suf- 'or t.hotol .uperinfendent.
frages and interest of all my friend. ent.
Utoaus E...'MITTH. I am a candidate for county buperinten*
dent of public instruction, subject to the
For beriff. demo-'ratic prituaries. I respectfully so-
licit the suffrage of the E-scanibia county
I hereby announce myself a candidate for voters for th above-named position.
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing .IAMER Mi. TATF.
election. J.C. VANPaLT.
For School Superintendent.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court. To the Voters of Escambia County:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate I hereby announce myself a candidate foi
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court Superintendent of Public Instruction toe
of Escambia county at the ensuing election i ambia county and ask the uppartofni)
and ask the support of the voters, friends and voters generally.
A.M. MOMILLAN. < J.BKI.I..
For Circuit Clerk. lor SuperIntendent of Public In.
I announce my candidacy for Clerk of the struction.
Circuit Court of Escambia county. subject To the Voters of Escambia County. I
to the action of the ensuing Democratic hereby announce myself a candidate for re-
primaries. R. E. L. DANIEI... election to the ofice of county suierinten-


dent of public instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friends
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N. B. CooK.
For Member school Roard.
By the request of friends I hereby an-
nounce my candidacy for member of Es-
cambia County Scbool Board for Northern
(Third) district, subject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A. V. RRPWTO. .JR.
FIw Member School Board.
Yielding to thbo urgent request of friends.
I have decided to again become a candidate
for member of the school board of Escambli
county, subject to toe action of the demo-
cratic primart- EF. WARn.
For Memiber school Board.
The friends of MR. J. I. SBTWARD Of Wal-
nut Hill. having secured his consent,
hereby announce his candidacy for mem-
ber of the E eambia County Sehool Board
for the northern district. subject to the ac-
tion of the democratic primaries.
in A .


U __ __ _


MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
Voice culture Violin and Piano, Leipsig
System; also Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin.


PHONE 172.
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats.
Chickens and Country
Produce Daily.


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LEADIN90 F11919,Lllt. Milt
ACCIDENT, rI D x1: 1 ,,'*t"1
GLASS ANDsTECA M 1K
MURANCE COMPANIl-S

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For circuitt Clerk.
To the Voters of Escambia ( county:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit court of
Escambia county and will be pleased to
have the support of my friends and the
voters generally. JoHN Di LA KrA.
For Tax Ooltector.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for rerolection as Tax Collector of Escam-
bhisa county, and ask the support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. D'ALKMBEaTR.
pur Tax Collector.
The many friends of Judge If. B. Itonifay
having obtained his consent hereby an-
nounce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Escambit county at the ensuing election
MANY V'.)TRn&
For- Tax ASmmor.
I hereby announee myself as a eandidat
for Tax Assesor of Kesambia county, sub-
ject to the action of the Democratle prima-


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. 7


will be "The Friendship of J smu."
iOCAhl NEWS NOTESAtight the p -'tor will pre ach,sub-
ject-"Zeal iu (;od's work"
It i-s rumored that the Osceolaclub
is perfecting arrangements to give a
.... a, ,i es -e on. 4 mwt e reception to the officers of the U. S. I
.., q7f ro.*r .,wndanufair war ships now iii this port. and to I
...,.. jn',m ..my-r,,t, the officers of the Ft. Barrancas gar-
S,. ...... .' '*.** i ison. at an early (l:ty-probably
."u ,, .u sday 0of next w-Ie k.
.: ,,* .4 \; ( a: I-:y
.. .:.- Mr. Chaa. McK-rzie O.'rting and
daughter. MI;- ni)uhy, -ailld on tile
,, .. r .... f l' Fuitti k l)ai i-ti stt ati-Nhip l -- tlil in. ru-
S t ft "f t l' E-c.aiatilt Iilr for Denmark. \v!;-ni thvy will
v;-it :t number f pt!Lic''-. Mr. (O-rt-
S ". .-.. >ti;.;t:.y w ill r'T.:': 1 b I I i'-zi !r.'i i h ia:i <'
t..- ..rr< h a f:,-r ,,U;.; ;,for forty yv i-.


MRS. BREWER RECOMMENDS PERUNA

FOR GRIP AND FEMALE CATARRH.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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W. B. Mw' .M'r and C.
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H '' '**Wat- :a' 4:. a' ]1-.:, V-t
.1rI I trat I' '-e t() thte'
-zr, -'-^ 'Aho-re.' hec u f4ht -No)..1 it:au''k
W! 0, W- ju t eCfoiaa~:aa.''liat (t -111tit
PIA- 41 1''. -Y't. Order..ta W a~ing 'wt tee
W Ili',1.d 'layj)Ilp4 f'. t hPiliff
w.t. t.4i ity feeVt. and .rr~aldoed at
ti"iza~ad.-'Wing,'4IL hturn-'If (111
%q; t it c k Wat 4i it .! t afall
4.,. a-lot v(.dca4. ill -ticix 't
4~~~i far. -1.1 f-i'tlwi 4i11c r. dit-
ini* t t antha''r:ie'"I t" Il' h .4)pum


v I-. ;A! v k P l f-ntt "PaAtg 4' i gaa- otf 'af w. im w:t-'r (elI- a ,,:), ''
-t' at:' % )(.I~a-10-.1 1ewfi re.- *1ld11.1w''.'ajlickIv tra' t''etaL.t, vwill di-
:'''I i=~.'. l'.a I''alil. h :r- titj ar. Ita-i'.t upofl gettix'irthlae,r..a-
.4I .44I 0 -a til % I I ill zI a. I i di'' s. Av4 II il 'A4 Ii'!. Ir -'' 2ec
~~ :& ~e~~e-butltnt-eu P'aiii-l'illt'r, Pt-rry Da~ i.,'.


II:&!,I Lut t.'Izaltiacuret'-I.1111n- Mvoasaal Peoplle. Atteela Etf.
'I ae o 't'ia~al N'4' Ti'-.1. NI. ('Intti'r NIUi!C 'u- jz
-4~~ ;~.:-1 v lefa'. aIa : I '-eaviu:(dally 11eV.' pi:Ili4, ',andi have
*'I Ir' l''ag ':I haulo1 FI. P Ii ('kat pra-f-e-tit a full .4atd1 'eua.
I' It. Ikaatior. mif M-liae~'. III boatedd plitaC- aif thte tday'. he ta-
I;. r:toIt ('Itrk ait Brooiklyn 11410i d-brat'iich & 1.ich da thoev(tl'
C'. A. Hqmodtl. wile' and (44111"41fa11.3oted l~e,.t.r and the world rp-
**l,-''t.4S1.. arv' ftit 1 l4r tti- 1. nwated Crown. the add re-liable
i-t tle-t- IlII 't II'catitilsi.i. Rv:ai and Sin:tti cItirtina pa o-
art' al on atour hear'.', glivimr ptlrc'lm'-
i'll e-ta 'I-a a .rriv'al- I Ithe er- .lrbi ate -aaI a parvhIi-o'o'r-; anaaex-
iiiiiti a., .'t Moo1 -rm. J. 1110. te'it imal 1 epo4 rt t lkilt 3' tai t 10-11-0 1)-
slatai. rAa14tat-\ K'Allv. 1,40,aaaviIlva-.. ~atma froum the EIetit-pt'-t kta'mwn ra-la-
%I -Catrth I. 'A'i n"t' ill. N. C., "'able.. make .ta a Ci e Ii )-.t f~anou-.
Mapl-e :aSad J K. P~Alae'r. PIiala-
l;'La~a.Inoadd ition lt.a all tleth xhaov'e. We
'. :e l-I-' t al'=7-d I ll t'.1- Iapi it' liave :aI &tra nubir ii! !iliatlv .tx-ed
IL .I, Ial It.x .11A 1 Ita .aI'-'i'a *t tI -#t I 1pa zIait pi~aaa f ;,-1111,, 1 of t 1) f-11) I J&i t
a!-ai'ia2, '''kto) d.av. :41AaaI!H.aonaly' bvtau re:attedaI :a lea aza'iath?-.
H'a~t 'Pl,111al''1 aIl a'cae i lwlxiehx*Ife- 'tlr('h:a-s-r evanx-v
a '.~. :'v~ed a-t":e li afr'mtu .2lto $T.io. aulix nti-e o 4 ''-pectau
!.. Ii. In.midnapi~aina- we'call i~i ae tarm- a
-!I, rFlo-AIviaC. ('i'. 1F I XV'it115it I1 1 1 ll %we gas'1 11'
\e:- t y-I to I.: a i'-: 1 ''14 4eL-tutit-' l-v Az a-:r'a'tim ta t~iek.
'" t*'t'.'111nt.1 I twaua.1. j 4.7) mix:'a:ia *w t yar.'
4 1 ;% I Ito. 4 4' a roi. A toa,[ ;I ._-free. :ttal' .yi' U. t .:Aia tte tha
I *. a*~ I- i ,! II- ial-' the'alail xjac(tolr'' .tan a,te'awill Ili.
I 41'1fft I I I j NjcM aM 111:1do. eetJI 4-ive v Ilt-, -I icfa' It ci ('4-i
& 4 1-.11,- 111i',the- dl'- t '. 't -!iate-\v'r.
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Mouldings
a'',iaa ii f~aliyV.at J
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FDRBES


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

k No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard
pieces for. i
No. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard
il t pieces for .... L.. .
W No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard "
p ie ce s fo r ... .......... ............... ...
li, ii- ,-a" /,' i'a^ i "a^i'k' i ^" iX


/ n llish .*ainisook. .:0 inches wide, 1J-Yard pieces, for
English Cambric'i. :.: inches wide, for
.cee' ur .'PFC'I.L II'hite India Lawns at
'.01 Pieces II white Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


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jul -,i1% -A :i~a~) iv m i t t'~ .a.. az ro:ii cuturrha a'! th i l,1ng-'s h'-.t3d nd
I'm' ar~~~~. ~~. 4~ 1 Il~a n :-N h'iA( Al r.a o O 'U i l.ayp y
whih 1 -1. ..I .' an d t'ocviura.1cr I;Ianeut IN vurtd
"ILL a!', Vue : e: ehn~IbI'-ru-aa. ThousaniaJs i .f t -imoinu-
u~.t* J'.r -.a'it Ii Iarfevi c a~tidc~aev of c-#uld 1'' ,-proAtioed. A %~alu:Oa t 1c t rit1c
a a .I t 'a f to.! '~ a n- n (atai'rhl s.'ai frvo I~v 2ile.-ru-.ia
feCOLII.-e tu LmY ba1.1111a -~that xi~. i'.ediciue Colnpafl3 4IIIhu.(1


Some I9teresth9q Fiqurese


C capital oif the FoIur (iGreat BItriks of tibe Worldl.


. $86,047,935
. 36,500,000


. 0 .


28,560,000


Bank of Ri


FUIDS HELD BY ITE MUTUAL LIFE II1URANCE COMPANY 15 44 37
FOR ThE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. 1899, Oi
Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Tlit,' MW tirit of It>,> li of Thei Muatu:tl iife Insaurance' C(o'ni:panv of
N,' Y' rk. l{icl:mral A. M .cCt'url*. lPrcdtienl pr<>viIh-:
Fir-t 1The SEIC'RITY oif 8:il.M-i44..:7 (if a-'.;t-.
S. cild-P'O( FIT'I AIILE INVESTMENT-
Third l-LIlERAL 1.(ANS T THE INSURED.
EV\tea i',l trrn in a' l :tn.ir'n in ':-i'ca o,f 111,-e.
.\it' of lit .
l.ilhr:il -,irrn'itlcr \ :ili -.
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CECIL WILLCOX, General
JA' KSONVILLE, FLA.


W". (G.


Agent,


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rv tm -t t i tIaot!'1!: -cdt(pI:-a 1t.x
t4:I iiOar wit h Ilih#- .4,ij 'C-qt wa*ji telI

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-JLJUST RECEIMED:@P-
33 pieces 'Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yard
w ide, 16c value........................................................... ............12% c yard
1" PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES................ .......................10c yard
AW"MAII, ORDEIRS PROMPTlY AND CAREFULLY FILLED.I


W. J. & B. FORBES.


l'pl)'in Peppermint Wafer~r aid di-
z'stiou. Ask your dealei-r for them.


ric JCso FreIChi Plane & 0r[ll Co.
Will move in their elegant new quarters,
II South PslIfox treet, in th- Singer
Lowing Machine Co's. store, March 26th.
On and afterthat datethey will be found
here.


ONEmrW AFTRRVAL6!.
OUj~1Ri'tan mn of New -Ariix-.il; fit prn
Ai~a~i.A 2 ncrilsas~sortmictit. 1\r:Variety
of colors and '~'tscic( t r.oiu ot L-rdies' Waists
'~ (j trr; .,..X a ar~.,--c:-I-t a '~~r~ n,. In th


Fl t : ii,1flO1'


tact thIc Lct IJti Vr\\I s t In t h c


lhiL I-at no


dealer cr cu-stc'mr ctan dCr\.


idea of our o:;crings by a glance at our large cxc lusive
Shirt Waist Window, ani t heretofore )by reason of our Motto: "Si Clr .\xl A
THEI-RI;',V IM< NI .-I A TH1. I'USINF>..s"


New
Arrivals!


LES [NO EMBROIDERIES! Arrivals
nnU ~oKl~t~toArrivals:


Outr (etitra' "&'abll-, 'w i. a~igbetiv.atlx a Lroo)l i4idle .: IL-f %* Xew-. t
'.Lin'.IIa Lace- and E nbroideria--.


-Swi-s I'd(Li.;:and11(11 :!-trtioli. 'Hambu~lrg 1'Xgii
\'a I'-iiciai Laco and I nsoartions-.
Machmoiaj- '1e achou iiEltgiig anxd Insxert io i.
( ierifan )Ti ~rc I 01Edgintg. A pI iaue Lav


v and iai zaertia'aa


P,,int de Sprept. Oriental and Plat Val,. I e-..
2.-nr Remnant. H.nmburg Edgiug, six yard vngtI-,. w.,rth 7,c. t '..* at :0..


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drwers, heipnme.l an tuckIed, ize- I and 2_', :at. i. c pair
Sizes 3. 4, 5 an i oni ................. ............................ i. pair
4)On1# Lot ( !ilid's 'i'rlinmneId T)rawers at Cost Mark.
one I,,)t (Chili's T inmii-d (owns at ('o-t Mark.
O4 )e ,,,t Child's Trimmnnd Skirt- at Co't Mark.
on()- Lt M i-s.' T' iuuinned (Gowns at Co-t M31ak.
One Lot Ladien' Trimmn d ('hvnmi-e, worth 3.',- for..................Ne pach
One Lot Ladies' Trimnh 0i'd Cambric Ch.'mi-e, worth 7T-,. for....... Ic' each
0f^'ne Lot Odds and Ends -
In Ladies' Skirt; a-ul Gowns to Close Out at Co.t Mark irize.


Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


--) TiHE-


Life Ins. Co.
I VK1. P VN t- A i, A. V aII-%.


CHIPLEY, AGENT,


-k- & CO., Sole Agents.


X- 1js _> =.Don
Old Quater, Iu:i:': :.ianl Parole Rye Whiskeys.
...--Cheste rfield Eourbon Whiskey.-<::


Furniture cat al'rk c s


I*itv 1':l.411 1z f, 1 '~ .4 I tII I : v 'i I r
( II I A I x; 1. 1. ,. II a; t )r.- %fI.
P~ryor'? a aFmax r oait r- loum-'


RIGULAR


III*I-T)sII-

1'ela-a('oola, Fla.
(I'anniv '4c i(-'4 -kart-i au'1 w:iit,4
(cif.ofIur -paeiatiti-A. Star Laun-
dry.


B.'eysIes a A Bieyele Sundries.
A p it fo r aahlabr.CI"To-land antiRa:.u
Ifc-'.I'vt Year. .'xperaeaeaazain.
PRITaa.11.6 of itacyce.-f. 4*404 ke4I4t-r..
I Yparwrierl~q(,un%. Ptv. Kpy-o uaaaote to
fit t im IC I i'.- E
12 West Rommana treet.


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Bank of England,
Bank of France, .


Imperial Bank of Germany,


ssia, . 25,714,920
Total, .. .. $176,822,855


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DAVID EDREHI. I'?I"" I'1


P9.SACOLA. FLA.


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The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
I URH A M. Try them at
D'Alemberte's


STORE.


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CASTOR IA 25
ar I&ats andi Children. O CO .XtS
The KMh YN Have Always Be ht -AT- -- -- -
Bes.te* /,, fVick Apostle's Restaurant. OEO. A. PETERSON,
Signature of fAI 1ja., :,


H'-winning ne'xt diturcauav waill serve a
u' 'uI a r 1) 1n i & t ho n i: j t-~ j embt
ai'.at 2., .I.'
-Icrt Od-?s romp 'y 1K.,r'-d all Hour%
o! Day or Ni~bt.
Fish and Oystus; in All Styles.
Nic t Arostle.


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DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.
Medical tScvety. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
":e P.nmaccla Medical Society at
:P< Roard of Health office at *
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 anid 24.
Vi'iting phymicianB ore cordially
tavited t 0atteul.
D. W. McMILLA-. M. D..
President
E. F. L:ts.C M. D.,
secretary. 16mt
ivnocrib- to THE: .NFEwS nly lI n
c-ut- rer week


-Import-r ad LDealer .an-
Chinese and Japanese
.=Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 t uilh iPalaf *tZ tree r


Lzsutmrr (I*^


P':%=A(-oLA. FLA


BARGAINS


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Estate.


$2,,41000". C,'--,. 1~ .:, A .". 4 .: C a1
$300 ftJI ft CC.*C t
-Li u..f-1 !:UCC
C:: f i4Cpe)t~v 10.02 NrwC Y.. ~-
$4000 %'T. .0 as--e IA t -14%'- T h.

crb*rfy !I pLcaS tt!q tmt- I~rl AL z-d fo'io-
%t .!.rv .iyrnd tift!!- b-~t o r~-a
$mfrC IUm-hs ~~ r 'A-tt -: h I. ani 14 -. L F I.t
oinft frost otr Ito% buL6- d0 1 e L fl aA-.;flutA
fui caveTrragn. itv.
$90"0 ualsluhtv m- % -t. i-t (f trn w-
rry. h:4ian tw ibou.*adiotely LuIId Ig.
bulary purpo.sos.Ti. ia i'utotid
SW: IIbt u y a!tW:t 1-:'2-t *, h CI oru
$10' pat h% nCr. t t 4k g- onit1,ua fl tIh fr
plonty.fr~r obidadzntotmr


93LD DUBT.


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East Side of Plaza. X
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j Princ3' Drinkin~
Drau~ihto





..t~k\o iXorh~a needh

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(:llie. A k6ro

i driubiiE arcraca for homt id e.d
ME CMISTIAN -7,q-Cldf,'Ci i VN -..M 1NT,.5A


wICC : I.I AN CI E N4Q r
f fTBILLS- t!.a! A
wl.I. ~Il !. !C.)UI4I

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i-; t! MONE-Y. by 1'va
(iar Rali.V.t-
I!f,- ~r N 0 t!.At- e bq&t tu* fc..z
a Chari-.1:e
i,; th- OFFER tc eC -i-pi,
i.; t!,, 1PROF-IT, d-..<: x1hkA a
mis -takc.
ti(iU J.d al
i- the IHAN( F vpoi sK.),uld
buy before Fail. .
-~ th- SAVING Yaxi Make. If
you do.
I.; the TIME anid TROUBLE
i, tbe U NIO( N t'fC! ufl(irt
and thrift.


i-; VEXATION. iL 1w czt it
ad rift.
ji, WPI)(.)M in havim,4 Ill
Phi-a I hrpe Dolldr.' !,) ILvv.i
j- for YO.OI-;ln- ~)-~V t
i.; CA ZEALI 1;",;v lot;


SS F~N GES iS3S


S L Ert .


PensaIoli Ga Co.,
NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


DI!,( I N iv IBEEli!
Ll:',I3 I.lt'. DLhhl


BROUGHTON'S FATAL ERROR
Dr-ank AWood Al-ohol Ply Mistake and

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Furniture on (7re

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At C7 V ThoCnipoo-tprC.*x
fri::-~ i. ~tSCNote lkmppr. and
C-rnibrid,;e- Lino-r and Euvellopes.
lu~d'- Per-rch~it.pvt.
Ifavi*mti-In P3;-r anid Erivelopep.
Lin'-n Ta)i.-ta1.
Frnsttu Ve--lum an.1 irivplc~pes.
Knzliah-hNotp: tiarjin oo i-#
P~iptr: DenrlI..-u&- Crepe. Etc.. with
:g-neru, a-o-,ortmoont vf&4 .tt~aioney.
C. V. Tii(o3uCoN.

Bivui your wife one of those
band.%Ywme r~irlor sitite.3
,,romn AlarstCt.Of Finch.






I. QUQ 0ENHJd


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



A Special Sacrifice!
350 Pair, Ladi.-- Vici K;d prring
Heel Button and Lace h.hc,,-
for on;y


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE $,*4U.


Gentlempo,


Don't Miss It:
A I HE L IN 1 I1Fl :
THE ',rY Tr1iv


ANI' ~AC-:i


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$2.50.
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Geo. Pfci:7-.1-, AgEnt,
rE-NSACOLA.


TRUNKS.


LEWIS BEAR & CO., lWhIoleale Dealers. Peni-acula Try It. On Tap at a1l Sa;ous.


@1 E1:1 IEUM


'CRISIS HAS BEEN REACHED.
NeIarajuas and (',ta. RIra on the
l\'ra *of War.
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Vine.f Card"1


A LITTLE
DOES MUC".

r.O Can ~e
in.:~-


U R.1 hE L.A. .


of Cm..-.- % ; C

amm we 01: to! y KrZ, Si .. :*~

L... ...i~v ~...rce. CAra:! *4~
mv4i i m be her ow poxIow a72
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Druggists se!! Large Bo::!e5s ft-r 5:


DUNN'S *

HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTEILS. FI'SH AND GAME OF ALL KIND. IN SEA-
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATE:.--V-om $1.00 to $1.6 rpr Day. ,LODGING
.15 and 5 t it .nth PalaPte tr.er. 'enasc, l. f.lorida 25 and 560

JOHN PUJR DYv
Foundry ad Machine Shops.
C':>Tk.TiL WHARF, CoR. JFi-FER-,N AN% 4 INK .IT)hT-


Telephone 346.


Pensacola. Fea


pAT TEF\F, v T INO(-. ,LIM It RT, 1I 4'K-4 S A 1,i !:
C.i r W, dW. I n d Iho;i P,;:,-'- H Bl~- I x .1.
fctoir~. .i)~~- Ir i-ir, tC -. W rxi:.-N ~~
b!'Rp :-
Dealer in Machinery. Fittingq #and Supplies for
Stationarw anud Mau'ins4 Application.


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WM. ki.K.NfWIX.E'%V A. HIAoUNT. F. V.CC B1EZT K
D. Gi. BRENT,


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I"'We draw oar own Bill? of Excnan.ae on Oreat Br:ialL I--
Germany. France. Auntrla. Italy. Hollar.,. Pmpan. Belginm Ru- -i
way. Stweden. Denmark and otber European oeontries.
AWVesselm Diabarsed upon the Most Favonrable Term,. aL.d S
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deetinalion Ten or Fiftlei .-
after Vessel Arrives others.
WfA Safety Deposit Boxes for Rest in Coameetloo
with which we have a Private Apartsment for tlb@ UV
of 1W a 0***-.


Cold Weather
Coming. C-
enld malp artringV09. We
c-Ow you ,sr. r -a Oc e.- -

ThOMPSOP. OlserD


Telephone No. 147.


Wocd.


THE ORIGTV&AL-- _


The Best

Washing Powder.
Woman's Best Friend. Dirt's Worst Enemy.


WINI HP & o Alhab et!
W19 69 m l _


Coal and

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A: I5i.

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BEER.


1. J. V[DAh. 3,11 Wholv,S '




PHONE 1:514.
JUG & FAMILY TRADEC SOLI CITL
Fr" Prl-vIr.ry to ACYPart 'If C -
WIPAiR Ortle-9 !e~t at Ta JC.V .1A
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- THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. g
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GENERAL CRONJE.
"* .:.J -:' : ::i.,l a cnptire. is the
p;, ,i u. i.i ; .'l ,!i;.ni1 d ,ti. all the" n i!i-
l..., ,..1.1 .;: eir'l in A iII';i tn xlhiy. -T roy

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I II' Slil.l' St.





THE TURF RECORD.


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~)GOLAYzzt

a K nd Corn Pleal ~ills,
ODNZAkEZ & GO., Prop s,
II,%IAIL pu, *;, 1, U INI)
ST111k Fliii?
,j ii- lyedasnrv. for there to

v u.u rsse homeine du'-
i..?too thIe commrnuitv
a- ndir.-etiy b..neftedA
'"in.' manufacturer you
v cs.--of labor. I ou 41owe
'4 L..1AtV in which you live and
IA-1". to t our support.


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B AD COMPLEXIONS, pimples, blotches, blackheads, red, rough, oily,
niothy skin, dry, thin, and falling hair with irritated scalps and dan-
druff, red, rough hands, with itching, burning palms, shapeless nails and
painful finger ends, and baby blemishes, prevented by ('TIClRA SOAP.
It r-moves the cause of disfiguring eruptions, loss of hair, and baby blem-
iahea, viz.: the clogged, irritated, inflamed, or sluggish condition of the
Pol',p No other medicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with
it for pre-erving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair, and
hand-. No other foreign or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to
be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
Thu!s it combines in ONE SoAP' at ONE PRICE namely, 25 C'ENTS -the
l>e>t 'kin and c(iomplelxion coap and the heat toilet and the bhet baby soap in
the \ior;l(. Sold everywhere. POITTERi ODRI' AND 'IIIEM. ('ORP., Sole
Prop-., Boston, I'. S. A. How to Purify ail Bleautify the Skin." free.

Complete External and Internal Treatment of Every Humor.
CUTICURA ('Cnlstit'r:, of crni Pt Sosor' (2 ic to cleansI the skin of crusts and scales and oftent
THE SET $1 25' '.:l'k,-'t cuticle.i'* IT' a Ontment (Sie.). o .nstantly allay itchiug and irration and
.t em I bt an I (C ricr tr-oi VENT I CA.). to .ool Mnd iclnsei the blood. AsiLagle
set Ls uoten authc.ct tc cur ti e severet Lumor when allelset faUls.


I 'r T A B L E.

LOUISVILLE AND) NA-HVILLE RIAILRlOAD.
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BETWEEN PeNS COLk AND JACKSONVILLE.


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ri't. ( uU tu, l~iIi turf' this (latuif.
lo W. Northreoti. ':anzd IUjidus. his
a I~~~lax. 'IIirtoi4Am 's it, pacecr. 21P
Tit) Ii, ei'.4lhtA x~itla a half ill :3L
and a mi ilek'in2l 2 121 ,asa 4-year-old
lus~t ye~ar.
)Whailto, 3 years Old. skiser too Agitatco.
2.4e.1. "irkpql :a mil~t, ri~vintly Ill 2:31),
Ii .tt hal f ill 1:.11 .1114iia .3-yer-hld
filly I~v. El Beniivu I inadie N L2:35,.last
LaIfI a I 1 5. It. at i r'ill NI iiiaxrosan
.Jer's sta llbe.-Tilt-f. l'-1-1 --1IFarmi.

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t he verve be-t 114 e i.for h agrippe.
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SOMETHING NEWM

-'-E VERY DAY-



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 ROUT R PALAFOX ST-,
Tolol>lxoino 835 0.


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ittaii.I r-tt~rj. ..i, ui 4ijnd the ,ing

4AS.A.4II a"-inE2

actful and Ready of : l. n m:.- iLnfuni I
Speech.




Ito .*4ino..s I airti hield
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t ri iIor. hiTht- lar 4t1

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I i Iu l lhwe -4 filul i.i-rs a ro i'.
44 .1aiiiI '111' mii irullel fiii- ths. baljliit.* of
the art a nil s'at nary in wVasiiiii-iowil.'
AInxill-it VW. III N.N.


S.


A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN Sol' It MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD 'PR VATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD MILK VELVET. K EN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

MP'The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
Wines for Family U'se.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
A =Alao Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 4ls,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telpplixie 179.


TB'EL CIOIOEST
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF



WIUIIZB, WmI11, LIIUwl.I CORD!ALI,


ozzBEER ETC.,-,:


IN WOOD AND) LASS. LARGE OR .SMALL QUANTITIES


VIDALT


WE HAVE THE O&E ToN WANT'
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REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTSr
No. South Palafox S.treep.
PENSA. <.A, FLA.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---0 Ytiss.

Fruits, Callifs, ValctaAlI,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices.
,. Tarragona and Zarragossa -ts.


NJ


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SMITH,



A aI lll AOR


Sole Agent s tor Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
O::R other Eigh-Grade WShiskies.=

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
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SA L OO


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


SOLE AGENTS FOR


PF NNL1,A ND R P: VIIISKY
BPOHI ll LSOUR01IAS
YK 1,.1, PNVS'l'N w. RYFV i 1.-;K h Y.
I'A 111 Y M AT11) VH~I'-; KY.
~ ';~x IRKWI N~i*COMPA\NY ?P;
CELEBRATLAIED) .IIER-KF~.t, .. J:,,.i ix v-


O--'PROPKI ET.,,R (-'-o
CRONeIGS SALOON

o---DEAI.FR IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPROTAT-TY.
Coiner HBlmont aud Devilliers Stp. PENSACOLA, FLA


A. M. AVERY,


IMPORT e R AND JOBBteR OFa.)

mico Hotel and Restaurant 3: 3^?oye

ALL ODEPS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, As, Shovel, Saw Mill and Steamboat SUppe, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Hesting Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

-::. o0=s fo, Rent by the Day, (Deak or Month. (01 r Agate and Tinware and Houseflrnniang Goods.
311. 312 Nornh Tarraumna Strait, Oppasile Unian Depat Guans, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
0 -Teiephone 68.-0 AGENT for Birmingham Bolling Mills Company, Revere Ganat
*GEO WILSON & CO.,-:- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin Band
Don't Forget to Stop Wit, the Fat Man. ,\ Powder Oompany, Johnson's.Kalsomine, Iron King and Back's toves
n!~W! oo1u.!s to&C I Dll Flit Mal n A a.RtaL. e a s aie .a ps. &o.'.aRaw Hlda. .so Lather, Masurys Ready
KP0111V I DAILY. ID014BALE Al 112111.4L Made Ra&lroad Colons.


re23-sacla, Florida.


I fun't. hut will
i-re adter.


Masonic Temple, Pensicola, Fla.


Iriiport.rit D Ievisim UIe.'.arect. 1.GO1-V(I SI. il .IA' I*A l~llA1~d
Inl elexa-ex top the VCcun'y Cnuve'n
-~ ~ Di.. rict c ~ r t-t\Vin i p n ia A m e.a t I'eo i evit-h o st A p ril i14 .
'r i I. il ~ anct&lattr- F..Ilewiiii: are t!# jTlt i.- or
A I ';2.: **..~ lic c fl It' i-l'it'ir- and t0.,- listIof dv1e-.
n: ~ 't a.a tb 'di,'- P41j.n :'t 1VO.I tii.z Al~rill11. en-

*r.1.. ~rjy ain i :,,,l 1'yi':k c crwiic-b
1P I I i '~l*fr nIII, ailuri',t ;II- V r im Ile lUcgalature'.
jr i ~ L .-~..!i~f?* iC. Moretro Jone%.
( a~ Ag.miii -! I )(1eii. im. H. C. Clonton.
".I- .Mar, D..- 1.:e I)gcair% I1 4) 'uflW t'mv( e lvonU S
i~rs 'f ulx~r#( .v., ~ Pr- ane 12If.If.Witke. F. It'
jjai~~~~~~ I, It~ae4C 1 '*li.aail- ~u A. ('rid iile. W i. Cnr~im-i
-;,try r uiill-r ,rrv-t at Alcalazi' Prpevi 'lt 13-J F-. 1,. Quina. Ar-
ii-ltiiilnai i.'Aii With r .* iziadn a-thur J, h xi-4 i J C Av*e r J Wh~it -
1aT 4.1l tit, r irt nivrrial. has lx-- wed inv i"H rgis. J a-. I.. Swo-o-,mev.
tiltul f~ir triatl next ~t-diiesthiv hiorflulg. Precitict 14-0~u~ -,Finz-i.. J. F.
C'.ipi .,-e .1. B. R mwli'- uti ihv Third &irtii- Baara. A. E. Zolitui, If. i0. )e~jlva.
ht-ry will prusidte. The ('barge'. have u4i Ja-4 O'Brien.
been iade ;mnilie. but tht- cailtain ar- Preci nct 15 -TUhoz. Joh nson. Jol in
rived here this utorniixg. It. Jone1. 'V. E. Comtnm na. W. A.
-Dui.hani. H. A. WVater?.' l41nw-tf
Eugene~ J. Hall. the popt fld ptub-I
lishier. saYs t hat otie do e of ]Flo1v's !When vou witnt scnipiithiing to) heoal
Honey and Tar restored bis voiceI a burn, oir :o sore. or n. cii?, why i- ti
when hoarsenects threatened to pri- Itry Fanner Salve which i- guaranttend
vent hiis lecture sit Central 'IMusic, th)e nflzt h eallii'.r initilletit ill the
Hall, Chicago. Nothirig else as, woririr. rake not) tuh)!titute. W. A.
good.-W. A. D'Alemberte. D'Aleinberte.



IScrew Worms and Ticks



SLiik'S L LINMENT
'N ilsused. Alrokillsitaqtravin, C iTS c t
& e.arr Cut. )Kitk or jru-c i Y. 1J
Sawn's Liaiment i-i a in-i uvr
ag wvt 11 as N it. '1 .ktmn iitt iiL TEL itt
and .olia.. Itisthe .. .. . ..
Best Antiseptic Known.I
F' 'rv 1-ciic iew-armnted. Sld by diruggltsts andI dealers
grier.& FxunyaaZe,25C. ]nurse sazeq5oc. t-Isi w

Prop"re by DR. EARL S. SLOAN, 3mb., Nams.#


TIE: OR1VAL IDI:ToIT BAREL 50r411


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


AMONG OURt


-ADYERT!SEDS.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-
trons Are Prospering.


The Spring Oprnong'. sloe Weal'?.to e
No-% Grw-din Every IDeparirne t
of Trade-. the N'ew Indmstua'l Im
pulse* "-t the liner. and iet-
wson-all ('rn,~etl It.-newed In ti-
ew In lit, Atj~ertumenerntg 4 1* lmw
Patimn. .tot The Nemot
Fine ]E1rin crpanitrv and Ta~lla-
iaescee LDairy bL-*,Pr. (-ueth1:h.-r lr::tr-
go'es. 1F'4'rm43 ,11! L!(li 14 ii,
Choice u1--, a ure --%),,:.n f
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When you went a vehicle built or
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When you are catering for your
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31, 1900.
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son & Co.. Real Estate Agents, No. I Month
Palatox street.1
P. W. Creamer and wife to Sarah acket St
Taylor-4o acres of lot 1, sec 34, tp -6*c ke S (
n, r,31 w--$l80.
Sarah Taylor to John Taylor-R
Same property as above-I180.
JohnTa.ylor to H. '. tKilliam--Io Pno noon1d SQ CCe ---
acres oflotI insect 34. tp 6 n, r 311 rAPono Duc e u6SS o
w-I46.
E. K. Ssunders and wife to Geno.
W. Pryor, Or-Lot 15 in block Sbl, 1 I
Nf, w- a .. 0, 0.....Is lhe \erdi
i'h.w). McMillan and wifp to Geo.
W. Prvor-Lots 4 and 5, block bti)
oliv.rJT.,m-and wif- to Jame.,. The Great Selection i
Diinhmn-Lot 6. block ls. Nw 'City c i L
Ato v sw., moth Stock in Lac
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S "'A. -':" :ilin-- W aists, Dress Go'
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V. jolt-, t,-;ti --l.,i- B+ "!d l; n, tion Showi
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VITAL MTATIsTics
FeeconG of Births and Do?
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the Weeik Ending fiatrlai. %i
H IRTHS~.
W~hite-George' H~iow..
!7on. W. H. Fillingaii ia
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The daily news
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 Material Information
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 31, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

Full Text


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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 31, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 49.


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


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SBOUH AFKICAN WALK.
LorJ Rothelrt ha', a Force of Seventy
Thioisand Men.
Li>NlniN. March l31.--T'he war of-
fice this morning posted a dispatch
from Lord Roberts reporting that
tl.e Hoers ar.. leaving; Braindfort and
proceeding in a northl-ly direction.
The caualtie-y- v-.rdyv wer, tw-elve
killed. 167 wound-d ain three miss-

The army with which Lord Rt, -
- tN is advancing upon the iBosers
number 7o.(u).
A m[oscow special to-day sy- th..-t
the Russian presr wirti -urp',i.miily
low exceptionst irntmn: that (0i-1.
Jothert was poi-son.ild iv the 1li iti-I .
A Bloemfont. in di-p.itch says ithit
:i maltjority oif th," t tmembmer- of thet
Fr.'* Statte Volkr!ait r-' u-ed to ait-
tt-zid the <',,tfe-r-h'- wwhie'h Pre.idtil
St>y! c'ill-d at Kro 'no-t-it to en-
Ir--" th i- ;)rroii'it:on to continue
the wi-r
Liord li olrts rchi. s that : -dvices
from M:4fekiug dated Marchl lio, say
III- *p;rits antitid h ltlhi f the i l'iiisonI
,: ,''(1 : ttI:t thiy hiv. iVt. m ad" :a
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liipi.i.i. Na Ii *.i ai l'. -alrnt
PAKHIA, M..m;arc!i :1.-rThe funeral
'*'-terdJiy 'if -.. Jo(ubert was thei
111,-t i iinpi I-.I li:.tltii'iI pageant ever
witie~-e.l ;t: a i:t (' t- ',tal of theI Re-
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w ,,i t l. zv'. ;at rico, t1 twenty
l -:, th! r\rfordl i- i iirch di-tr< e- d.

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up in hlie Coluntyv lJAil
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flflIUT DE fT she expects to remain with friends
UUand relatives until fall.
Mrs. Mamle Ackerman.Alvarez of
O1e W IUK iTJ this city and George Abram -Kmith.
OF in W EE K.the baswo who has been conducting
a conservatory of music here, were
wedded -it Mobile Thursday. They
will leave to morrow for Los An-
Col.and M. T. V. Kessler ntr- eles, Cal.. where they will in fu-
Col.andMrs..V.es-et*-nter-ture reside.
tailed -everal friends at dinner Sun. _
day evening Covers were laid for SlORY OF MISSING TRUNK.
seven andd a delicious mienu was
-erve"' in a Inou.t tnepting manner. It Chnttalns a Bridal Trosseau and
('ause% Lawsult.
MN tida.y evening Mr. and Mrs. H. CHARP.Lor, N. C., March 30.-Since
limars- h td a few friends "*to dine" in the middle of last November a young
honor of Captain 1H ,if Mr. and Mr4. Fred Howe. has sinoe married, has been searching

Tuesday evening, Mrs. (Greenhut iW and wide for a tnurk which ci*u-
entertained several friend- at lunch- tamed her weddl t rosau and wlh
-o,,. A delicious nei.u of five was strangely lost just before the mar-
.r riage. The young izvlv, Mi.s Janie Me-
,-,our-es was served. Lovely violets, i. Th y -
erved. Lovely violetsBryde, who has since married Iienten-
the reigning flower of the -easo,' ant Al'xanider Williamnis of the United
were cloh-en as the decoration. In ta' q a who i w
Stater the spacious dining room bouquets Cul, had her rumnk checked at Win-
of violets met the eye everywhere: stone, N. C., but it laiame mixed u) with
fromn the centre piece of renaissance the baggage of an opra troupe and was
late over violet satin arose a grace- carried to New York. Thel maage-r of
ful mound of violets, lending their the troupe discoveired the stray article -of
fragratice as; well as adding beauty ,I.g.iageW and M'et it Iba'k to Rt.'d Springs,
to a table already lid with exquisite N. C., thinking this i central lpint. and
appo)iitmenits for such ai entertain- hn-r it has lain until recently, wh!'n it
Ui-eit. A lovr ly bouquet wa- placed wan re~Agnizod by a friend of the bride's
:it ea'h plate as a souvenir for the aud the information given herat once.
gu- sts. The lojs had oocaa'ioned a ulavsuit
-- against the railr(ul, which has l-. n
\Wednteo(laiy eveningN Mrrs. IP. sani'hing the ud.s of t l,'artlh for th, .
(Soie. at hier horie lon North Pala- imi. iug liggi 4e.


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utawither. est-itrtaiiled mxanyvfriendts
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f at, gr eatf i i-r sire&. at. lMrds FU iIt re-o
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1.,r.,-' alnd ii o -i t unlit rir iit :t1ljuicts of
I niu It.it1, ,iianl .i'sixiatio' n.1
hilledl 1T o Melin ilt onim-e.
;i:i !.->Oito. N.C., MNlarh :i.-Tlire-
ni' i \'iih w n,' rviii t out th- ir 1 'en-
TII, i... non hli ,uin ty rtals inlNut Inil",
fr,lii li're h-i itla break for lil-rtiy yes-
t.-'rdtay .aftrlni,,n. The guianri tir*4i anud
two .t tht i ,<,i <-vit;s iN-ing in line tlh.
bull,-t lossxld entirelyy thnli;oui (l one of
th,',i. killing hnl instantly, and wounid-
iia: tiht other miortally.
\ -,11I ll)il i 4 "i4ttinl Man lletail.
N;.,. Y-IK. M:--'hli :3I.-C'arl F Eg-
lir. f ininerly .1 w.'ll ki i.'wny m 'tr it i it'er-
*-h.uit. i 4,'.il l. hi- hoi>. '- in th .i ,ri ..
i.'l .' vyear I11 had Ii-en ptr-nid-int
',f th. M.il'l. ;aind N. w ( )ria'im C.itt .-i
-:\,in. ',-C il't i a iu,,ienlrr of thle :S.%V..n-
:.nah E'-I;anuI :- andi latir wa.n 'l-.,4T.- 4
with t : i ,ixpoIrr hul-.i' ii N'w YVk

We have moved to II S Palefox street.
We would like for yru to call. We will
sell you instruments on terms We will
exchange pianos with you- We will save
you money on a piano or organ.
Jesse French Pia0o & Ctr Co.
11 Palafox iStreet.





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York. Tixas ild .il chtii- ai I nowiw
lyingi at anatchor ne:tar ihe nitvv ;rd,.
whiicre nlio doubt 'Peiinc-olians w;l,
have tihe pleature of a renewal of
ple-as.lilt acqu'lintltit'iC mad+1 in ti,.
past, niminy will be plea td toi knoll
that Lieut. Alchibal I 1)ivi; is-
among the fi4 1er, of the New York.
Mis-s Stella Avery is inow vi-iting
Miss Reisinger of the navy yard.
Mis- Fleming of Frvdickbur:z.
\'V.. who hi-s been thI gilu--t of 1 i-s
FI l'i:t Avery Vfor wite weeks, let-
Tsiu -day tlor A- iburn, Ala.. where
-li- s to vi-it fi it-nd I-ltere her re-
till n hoit'.
Nir-. l'',l'z of C(hiict' o. who h si
been tlit n, ti-t i.f Mr-. H. Jlaars. It ft
ott the iooin train Friday, uch to
the regret of htir mIl.iiy fritind;s ini-i(l
durinir her -hort -lay. S'he was much
pleasd wit h Pern-aol'a. arid c-i tain-
ly those who had the pleai-ure tf
Imeetinit lier w re wonli y hi-r grac-
ioIus aiiJ charnlills mxaniMle

Mir. Simpisoni of thie firi of Simnt -
.'oni Spence & Yoiuntr oIf New YNolk
city. was in our City for -everal days
during the past week, t'"e guest of
Hotel E-ca mbla.
Mrs. Reed and Miss R-ed of O.)ii,.
who hive been visiting Mrs. Muter.
will leave Mouday for New Orleans.
Miss Katie Smith left Thuirsday
on the noon train for Chicago, where


LIQUOR IN CUSTOM HOUSE.


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1'4m hr. Rull's Cough iSyrup at once, If your
chix h-t I -ot.rli p or bri-tfi'hitim. "' hste i iun
tmi'' t-. iv nut'.'hi-' tiet r otius. Dr. I till'-
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Infnlaitul''st-it-dy. Al druwgg .isis ,tAI A :t Ii

BRICKLAYERS WILL RESIST.
Treal'e!o~.'d %%Irlke In Sass Franvie'lo
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The manufacturers of Royal

Baking Powder have always declined

to produce a cheap baking powder

at the sacrifice of quality.

The Royal is made from the

most highly refined and wholesome

ingredients, and is the embodiment

of all the excellence possible to be

attained in the highest class baking

powder.

Royal Baking Powder costs only


a fair price, and is cheaper at

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powdlers, but containing alum, are frequently dis-
tributed from door to door, or given away in
grocery stores. Such mixture-s are dangerous
to use in food, and in many cities their sale is
prohibited by law. Alum is a corrosive poison, and
all physicians condemn baking powders containing it.


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b:i'i rrit-.'u i 11 f' I', *'iin I I11 wi.idows Cachld. Cut or Hrise. Hlit'kle-ns- Ar-
unil di.i liilnly thiTr iil,'I"'.Inr things. tnica Malve, thie best in the world.
will kill ih pain alId proiiptlyv Ieiia
Negro's Terrlble IDeith. it. Cures Old Mores, F.-vf-r **ore-.
Amird' .l,*4. C.. March :l.-A. negro Ulcers., Boils, Felons, Corn-, all ?kin
l xiiirt S.it ,To.hxi-.,n w;as 0lnrised So 'ruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
S 1. Only 25 cents a box. 'ure vilnr'in-
.l. i. at hi hon- nllarii owtnille. It ted. Sold by W. A. D Alemberte.
is statrd that be cianmnitted Isuicde 'Iy Druggist.


- tlllt'tlJ l iK h ( Ititli ', 11 Kit l inkPIi' Iand
rhn *,rtini tir t, rth,, ying ii h r ri-
h'.- ; a |my N lo-cial] Irea*is is kii iwn
f .r th,- t. rril' na t.
A N01 Oill Mill.
(;;;i !,\w.-Th,
-> rertaiyv ,it -';Itr i:i. i'.sud a 1 .>nni.---
i en t, the I'.Lrnir-'' il mill if ( nirvn-
v.,,l. whiil. will ",i -rait a ginneryv in
S.'r** *ri ,i \.ith it-r il inill plant. The
r:tpital .rxk is tr h $130,. :).


Stomae1 Trouble

makes people thin. They need Ho--
tvtter' Stii;iach Bitte.'s at once.
This medicine will enable the gtoin-
ach to do its work prope-rly. It fill,
the half-starved blood v,. ,el- with
pure blood. promotes assiunilati;ni
and nutrition and bring aback health
and strength. It cures stoinach
troubles, liver and kidnv diso!e-e-.
Seo that a Private Revenue Stamp
covers the neck of the bottle.
NATURE'S Hostetter's

OWN Stomach
MEDICINE Bitters


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A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was f'lt fir tl,
widow of the brave Gjeneral Buri -
h im of Machias. Me., when the Ido -
tors said tlie could not live till islern-
inisr." writes Mr.s. M. H Linv,!n, wto
attend, d her that fearful ni.htit. *\'All
thought stie muut ltoioi di- f,,ml
Pneuuinnia. but shlie bege.i f.,r I) .
King's New Discovery, ,a\ ii i it had
more than once saved iher life, at d
had cured her of Conm surp'ion. Af-
ter three small dosoeS she -I-pt e:isily
,ill niiht. mid its furtl r l-e cin-
plet-ly cured her." Thi umiar vlt-ios
medicitie is iuiarint'--d to etire all
rnroit. Chest and Lunsz Di-ea-e-.
O()ly.-c and $1 iK). '1 ri.tl t).tt'e free
at W. A. D'Alemberte'.s di ug ,to .


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THE LAKE CITY LYNCHERS.


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CO'FFEF, COFFEE.

Eo0.tiDng a Specialty.

IIarrte Jy, f, riod Swan."
D)own //oiu .' It is the whitest
n1/1l swceetest on the Ameri-
cLtn market, in barrels, half
bturrels, '2. pound and 1'L
pou r/i sack., wholesale and
re'til.
Try Delatours Ginger
A.le; best Mineral f\ater.s
oft the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
$1. 10 f pr doien.
"'ry foir Frtshldy lRafsted
( 'o j j e] S .-.
.MSN. J LM'H UGI,
\i hole'te and, /Ietail (ro-
,., r. Phone 105.

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


Elegant bed room sets, or ]PRO-P ALS will ,e r-eived at
cheap ones, whichever you ,tl th 'urt.-, ,,f Sppli and Ac-
war Marsion T FiYh* t,,ul9. NIvy vDepartment. Washing.
wan ...arston tFinc . h... until 12 clock noon,
We have moved to S. Palaox stt. April 1o. I!U)O, and ; iblicly opened
.jnniedi..tely thereafte-r, to furniat)
We area permanent fixture here. Allwe at the NAvy Yard. Pensacola, Fla..
want isas*nall part cf your patronage. a quunti'vy ,f machinery and tools.
Call and lookat our instruments. THEY Blank proposals will be furnished
ARE BEAUTIES. upon application to tne Navy Yard,
JetSP Freri Piai & Organ Co, P. en. FA. FA.. or to the Bureau,
; A. S KENNY. Pu..,,,r- (AnoraIl,
11 S. Palafox Street. ". S. S.. :3-2:-4J0. m:nloaw2w


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND


TAKING THE REINS.
Charter Oak will have a wagon race
I each day on it.; gran-1 circuit prograimme.
The proposed trotting miie tr.rak in
London has been postponed un;il next
fair.
A breeder frn:om Dlo'n. It::!:. has
inialt* ten 'entries to the Hlar:f,,-rd Fu-
Lu-ity.
"I'!!, :i--trie P.- '.".., tra..k ha.< be a
rented lby **";'.:ffual I l1i f"ur th.e 'a:I -
Ai:>'ri;:n yea r.
A lhro, ;;hb:-i-d .,,lt. IS m ::ll olId.
fIient rI',znitly fr'onl Australia to England.
is 17T 'LiU.ls high.
u-ii.-u 1'.: ;: rI:n!)ini) r.e,, i:ei tings
with T...'i r::' w ; w':' h- ld in thie 'United
States andi ('auada.
Duiriu- the last six years., necor l'i ti)
official rpi *:-t. only ..,a Ani~r ii': horse
has ben iniported into the N therlalnds.
From 1STt to the clos. of 1S'S we sent
to the l'nitid K iiugd,im an average otf
1I.S horses per anuuui and received
$113 pir head.
A few 4d:ays ago ') horrses and niules
were, shippitl from San Francisco to the
Fiji Islaiinds. presumably for th. British


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, P.u, .
goric, Drops and Soothing 8yrups. Ii is Plet1sumlt. I
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Naire..r
substance. It destroys Worms and all:iys Feveriti-n,
It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Tm.-iIt-
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulate.- it,.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ahrl natural .< J.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
,0 Bears the Signature of


REV. ELWOOD SCOTT OF CARTHAGE, IND., WRITES:
"My nerves have been so distracted and broken down by overwork
that I have had but little rest, pleasure or comfort. I have been
obliged to entirely suspend my ministerial labors for nearly a year.
Some said try Paine's Celery Compound. I did so. and I am glad to say
I am now almost well and have resumed my ministerial duties. I can
eat almost any kind of food and digest it without any trouble, and I do
not have that harassing pain in my head."


ieh of .iob K n IARABIAN ARMY DEFEATED.
l*'l'..<'. Maarh :mi-Jano b1 RoFn- -'rtcm-h Troop Ga;tin Ielhe l Vi'tory
brem. retin iutlitisoir, and pioneer at Inrar.


qflsI'4haflt 4 hf ('h o, d.'. Its-vltrlv tt~mdv of
ltwmam t thi'. wet-t'id-nevini this city.
Mr i.. Mra-M'rgr wa-; %l-Ii". Elf age. an'!
awel. hi'. t'.rtutio-in iithis' wh..l."lale.dry
Stewiiitrad'' and lr-'nl st'
M.err. to 194' Trised.
Ok.oil ". R".i. Marhu'30 : -Thto fauivivii
Nteh.'Laoi, M v--r- 'i's in whirb Nick

Amingew1with tim.' ttiirdilr 4it I A *~rms'I
buv* yfr= awr.-andti this' hunting tlf hiq
bady, ha.'. I'll *-t f-or trial Woe'due-4day.
AmI l4.

THlE BI'4T SA 1A F."I No TH V. WfH II,)
io Faiiter Salve,- it i-, madel' fro-n a
rreocra;.tisoriit *v ; world wide. known

Praldo. izIc -r-.runninng sores anud
ski d".eti's..-~'A.IP.A1s tttiei 'o-


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SaiSiv oft It. *iI. ~s'Ia lool:, test I:.,-
tlist 'tt U 1St tlegb'.
aw'fthlW at k Mr. -?I~e'tIIpn : 1'-
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low. b qh.- fo i' 'Mti'.h I ll!!K&.I l 4 tut. s'paill% 4': to dei.. ill the i'lI tv ,r nurd,-r. fior-2 1
c mr opoli noson o i 41a 1%!are INK i t v i ,i- ii5'hat III-It11.411'..
sgefflSimpo.I'-'!I I" ti- 'iE t jE-t'gt~ht- '. CtjllS4jni uv Ibuy,' atli etppi rtniutv I- TInvai
b~9fnio uc'Iaift mL i iti-sSaSit-, halt'- Istsjt the' fact Ef the' e'a-v' hv~t'r Ir'the' Iurdouin
qualsold 44' roipe 1. .t.'. .hr la-i9 .'c'''i
TFehaac v tnalav. AP~d -.t r s.r -t1ss. .I*'h t'''it- 'b
tv ComatoiUlw.Itlo-1961I,-ori Ilti I JY' PUrp-b-c '-Iti Ct'.'
amd4~~i it- i'the' aof ('ulorc rnK~nti'Vl Sr,. Alutslii'h Uisit,'. 'tee~p~erhas~..
ev*0upioml .- .-t 164 9 I S.6 44a. 14 A RA TA.JS'-. 1A.-ai'rtr" i..'Ma~lrc'h (I -'ho gnind tim-
eheara. I~i~t~.'w a.. a5111-ca oIr
pre@~c',''' Ite' r.'t.-in. *f "tic A ill Mils4'is'.hs..rtihore'ti e.was'. Thes
to sqaa m *.. art, .a ti.tlif- L-'111v ~to-1 t..K 1voldfly f tt- in' riiig ilils'T'ing. wa:-
c & ir a a ei *nitIi. 5 .A c.41 t5MaE'I Ilt-t csio. I- ~ran pvni!

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I ;.-n *jaitn 4 'm iseg3y'IDe~ad.

B. Coo I'gryt. pres.idlent if the Phiiladel1-
pidia Nati m1. hNmk, a dfir-ft-ir lf the'
I' iilit'1~tlifla t R ji itil c l s atilt it
iturin l*r ,f the Imliard of 'itsN trust :. die-d
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ZAVASSAH Mitr('h 2' l..Spir.tR t ar-pS
tine 1,rat at ',- receipts. -1-1 piaiom iz
el-pori4ti'oak-. P.0,410 it'-'kvfti'.1iiti. '')t h-f
crivij,-s fi~ln. l'ev.itpto 71-,. sales uiiO.e e.
p ri 101C


I""r-a the TeKindYeaHav ,


Comfortable
pillows, etc., to e
new furniture.
buy the whole
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mattresses,
So with your
You can


array ini Africa.
A four co~rnere'd race line been arrang-
('d bet weenCti rest'evs.To. lliytivBtitt' It.
.Svirch'iilirt m'id Da':n 41~ for the P'ittsburg
Indepenol'ene day 'races.
j1. A. P lIiazasdcli. thes Arab horse
bret-der. New burg. N. Y.. Iam s 4flet'ed 1
purse of $1 *IMNI for ta.' of tiht'rgac,-s at
the Tr eevi'ig ill that qvjty
and IsIs s!all it" siiJ..eid Elf214 j.-r
he'ad. whJvill' 1 vt- ex. '~p rtt-d 51.1501,
lit .t1111 :, 'vaihle'.'rf S1 1.
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S'.iths..rlh I aiifo:.. T'li~re l'.',uu-v,

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APHORISMS.


TI'h re rv i'<-pi,.t f t lifro swt a irms with
lost o p rl111 t ::111i -Ti.', l1.
A ll '!'i'i ,! 1, i' t I .11 11 C V%
*rythl' hin^ :: ni-I it. i:F'rl.'.
Opf nsitili i n i lll ti i lsIho ti' ll,' l i.'in.-t.
nt\evr Iioiv 'l its n hii.-S l ohilehr.
n iu i:s ll.^ VI!,:it wVork.s; lal-r
alone tinishl s thli';,:.- .J ,nlx'rt..
'Ths, who n>h fi\r rs tract their oplin-
ilos ilov trisl-hel oIn Iaore than llhey
love trullth --.oUbert.
Thl.rnt i. tnntrit \ itlut e .%'l,lo;i llb t
Ilh '1't. i s I. I I r- I vielltisillo v vithoult S Ii e
llt'rit.-r It, 1 rlrouMl's l d;llI.
IM ost tli 'a iis n-w, ill 4 1 <'S ''' ll in still
tIlin 1 s if r in1 y \%vA rI not tron ilnl witNi
graIt aim tition-h L.nO fellow.
If a i:in liis;in y lni.nins at .'ill. let him
blol on t liis MU.Mlliin. anil in tiN g:mnl
swvp of things his turn will conime at
last.-- N. Me Whoever is mean in his vouth runs a
great risk of becoming a scoundrel in
riper yewr..Mann s-s leads to villainy
with fatal att-action.-Cherbuliez.


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If you are read y to go to T.
house-keeping, let Marston
6- Finish furnish your house
for you. They will save you T.
money. Your credit is good
wit/i them. K..


Five Thousand Rolls
,,f Wall Pa per in stock. all of thelai-
t,,-t pattern and inmore (',onlin Ir.
Pt ices from Sc to $1.75 l)r doll, J. E.
RLts & ('o., No. 1N .. 'Palil'ox.
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ter dinner dainty. A-k your dealer
for them.


In Use For Over 30 Years.




eha. s. H. Turner,

*+ARCHITECT*-


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General Contractor

Iluilding Iv,'atiri:. Mantel and O(rat', S-tting. Plii intu : .
ndl (a- Fitting.
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
W .r'Ai-tis 1,,in., lEstiinlatr-. Pl ;ianl r Sppdl, c ;ti.n- f
in. 4o1 All iinids, Prepared on Short N-'tic,.
'\IA ,La;re and Carefully Selscttd Stte'i; o.f Fin-i M.uli. ;- i,
Tiling ,ff All Kinds, Hath Tub's, Cloh-l .tand Ht otl-!hll .ApIll.i -1l
Hot Watter and Ga- Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
C'AS H i ;"
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CAsnHIi':;
DIRECTORS:


E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Sannders & (Co.
J. WHITMIRE, JOHtV F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


A General Banking Business Transacted.

Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, E:-
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


The Star


THE PIONEER LAUNDRY OF IEST FLORIDA!


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Our Address
i- ilwavy. ,sked fr % -
l'-- boaity of th- I.':.
Hri i's i- di-play, i ,*,:
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O)f med icing that g'w -; in
plerfechly pure. Pure druzia mean :j
z.p-pedy ret'o')v*r v. Poo'r drui,. i- ti:
at re'li sv. Yctl Wantt the b-~-t. .-, t
ti-. flli youri pros''cription. atnd -w-,.
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EO.PEAN RECRUITS POSITIVE FACTS

FOR THE BOER ARMY FOR WOMEN


F-itiIIfli(Ic n Pour-


AMONG THEM


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AN the wor d kiows the womdful
oures whA hae hoen mam byad ydAy E.
Pbiddam's Ve tale _-', pyt seam.
women do reaffl that aW mAt Is
claNimed for It is&aebaWfely tra

If all suffeorhg wom ooukl be made to
believe that Mrs. d am saf
says she -a o t, r swiferag woMd be at
an end, for they woMdd t eonoe profit by
her advice and be oured.
To all di ou i lters Mr'-. 'inkham c-r.n fur'ri:.i t le uin-t positive
anII o Vi:.:in pr(mif of thl.s. facts.


-2. ,: I / / First 1..iia 1. I'inkham's Ve-eta.ile Ci ompund holdl the record
0^ for th.- l:,r,'-t numlwr of abtolnult cure. oif any" reniedy for female
/ i]i ',s evrr i.knov. i iin this country.
y/ Second MrI-. I'inkhaum has ,n tile millions of letters from women
-'l v. I have Ifn ire-tri-e i tio Iwalth liy the u-s- of he.r 'oiupound. and all
S/ Oh. '-h, claims c:iin I. v.-r;tie'd ".v an examination of her records.
Third- All let-trs atiddrssed to lher at Lynn. nMas-... are received, opened
et, :.iiiii an;t ncrei\rld bi omiien only. This is a sacretd confidence never violated.
N,. t. s'imouiaJevvr published without their writer's full and free consent in writing.


WILL PAY NOTHING
rnn nnhmrroomni


'i FRI BLOOD CURE.
An Offering Prsvirg Faith to 3Sfo-
l| rfer..


run UUMrr lUN la your Bicod Pur? A-- you sure
____of it? Do cuts )r cratclfes heal
slowly? Does your sk in itch or bura"
Justice Lewis Defines Terms Have you pimp:..? Eruptions?

of Giving Rewards. Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sores? Boil-? Scrofula? Rheu-
matism? Foul breath? Catarrb?
MUST SECURE CONVICTION Are you pale? If -., purify your
Blood at once with II B. B tH nranic
Blood Balm). It ,iakes the Bloo4
Men o i. i'rned .l:,'.-. Ii. Pure and Rich. heals every mor
den'ei will 4*et Nothing Fur Their and gives a clear. strooth, healthy
Tetliii,.n)vy-Money Will ll I)itrll- -kin. D pee-seattd easps like ulcers,-
cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
utl.ed a. r.xhlld. lv< (omlhi.iin. ,lin,. Blood Poison are quickly
F1rKi,,;r., Kv M-ir-h :;'l Ex- t uttd by B. B. B., made especially
S' Tfr iall obstIuate Blood and S4kio
i Ju'...,.-. Ja.". II. L .wi.., .::in-man Trruhl)ls. B. 1. B is different from
f th i:imisi!n .-.l- .'.-I lv i ti l.ns- other remedies oecau~e B. B. B.
.u:-t t htv chirz' ,f th (; r li' drain- the Poisnm and Humors oat
*,.',r if: l !:u' I, a nu L :h,' f,,l! ., 1, ,rtarte- ,f the Blood and entire *vstem po
the symptoms cannot return. Give
.::t 'ti ,' ..'.rn,'iulit e.-." st, r'v litt it frnu it a trial. It cure-; whe.in all else fall..
W\i:i!r's-.er third .\,r:.%ny v .lanws An- Thoroughly tested for 3;> yea s. Sold
ilr.. v S Iti lil poixdl t thit re.latives at drug stores at $I per large bottle
if 11. E. Y, o rst..v tr, v,- him a pirti6, ) It large bottles (full tr atmnent) 6.
.. So suffterers may test it. a trial bot-
of ti- r -ward in .ti fl ii. r a eyn.r i'i of tie given away ;ab-olutelv free.
the i. :ails 'f the n-ir.nwy t, asusassi- Writo for it. Address BLOOD
wn:t. ; v'i,:" (;,, lh.: BALM CO Atlanta. (;a. Wi ite to-
*'i'. :n i v aip-]ritI-..l 'yv thi,' *-'- day. Describe troubleand free med-
id:ttr ", -. il h,. *tr.. 1' u.'il i'n run- ical advice given.


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N1 1s%! o e :ater PVA me a icittfle (if
%,-,I q 4)1Tiio ftilurtl dose
.1iei'lthr frhiii~. and the fever alm)
d.%Majpean'et M v I ife Was savwed. M.v
:te-e at thih critical time wact for+s'-
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Facts About Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable
compoundd In Oases of
OIange of LIfe, Bearing-
Down Pains, Etc.
I" had falling. inflammation andl
u.'-crationi of the womiult: I'ackacthe.
'eariiy-dow, in pains : was so wcilt
amid nervous that I could not doi my
.1, ii work : h:i : Dick lhealatche. nto
aipl't 'te. num spells. hands and feet
'ilel all the timie. I had ges.id doctors.
but none of the.i did me any goxel.
Tl'hrough the advice of a lady friend
I t,;zan the use oif L.ydia E. l'inkham's
\ vegetable Compund. and after taking
,one IN)ttle I felt greatly relieved, and
lv the time I had used several bottles
wvas completely cured. s that I could
do) my work again. I am now passing
through the change of life and using
your t umpound. It helps me wonder-
fully. I want every suffering woman
to know what your medicine has done
for me. -Mrs. W. M. Bull, New
Paleetle, Mo.


lea fr- Lent. SPECIAL OTIOES.
All t.e faithful who have coin-
pli-te-d th-ir twenty-first year and .
whol. have not begun thpir .ixtieth
yo r.md il hi ,,are t ..exempted fr.in Oft 0 ,4 WoDs
tli. ,olialaiti,,n ,of fasting by sickne ,o o lRD
hliis woLk or other well known rea- -"
-ui ire, 1hIl ged to fast on all the I ".
,l.a o I #of it. t i ceipt tunday-. ... . ...-- -
4i t,- i...- d:.s b ut one full mneal I i '- wen H I iambini a and 107
t a i,'t'-t (i 'a g 'ry te,.t. a t)la,.k %ilk cape.
,,lowed. WhIeli -)hiuld not lie tkell 1 :.ward for r,-turn t., Paul iiiay i t Win.
Ib firee t ii i. Joulinon & Son's. irni't
('to,- ,,inl tlci:w- .:I up of (olffee,. ta .T--A ~cr-i mar. ai,,ut Ii h:, nl
..r iti', el:,.,"c late- tilld a it ll plece :gh with I t 11 t x Ian i ntn..ld t ut t il t in
*f hre' ,d ",' .ta ;ck r. to h li. t ken 1 ill I t l' roi r t io If. I.i lral rewid lfor return
I .. .1..rii;. : a n itid it the eveliitg n., ; C cii A"r.t ()i-ti' i l i Iailroid
;,,itl ,tl. Clt excee('dillg thle fourth l
Sat t ,of :n ,iirdinary Ieeal, is all,,wed. v o j .
At tiil- c..ll:ation, butter., che-.e.e.
,ik,';.e atid all kinds of fruit. N ..F I ..
i-h a l ve tables are allowed. r, eri rmlv to A. A.lsher. Fi-hor
V' et 1e t i | lfileci'pal lt'ial C:nnoit u1 sualtiniz, Palat oi ftlire. jit!
wthout Cr it iti. i! c eiee o)AN T Ai'T i.TIEST RATESIM Oe IN.-
t;,k.., at t i pe,,.r sl. l t I 0Elt I'T C'A% A LWAYS HK (i..
t k, t,, e,. .il:lti,,ll il tl.e' morning TA1l% E ItY i'AIUI'FM HII VI eN ( .tull 1." (I lin ei Irt the- evening. .SE-'KITIF< FY .CALL. IN( N W LI,-
Ah-tinetaeti Tr.ini le ui-e of iefle h I H-r. ALArOX
:- -I,1 .iid ,,n :ill t!i<- \\',-duedae< yV -
Ft:l l;i: lv- ,.f l,.-ttt 2id one thie Sat- IF Y(I WANT Tiit B IR I).v M,.SKY
t:rla," ,f t-tilir \\'tW ek a tad 1 Holy inve-t mrnley. in-ure your property. pro-
un t of .ltl W e er eu atn i ,.'ur-alb.tractoft ~ til-. buy or o s-il r-al ,..-
st i rdJia'y. tale. rent property of any decriptiocn. hive
Thie Ue of lard i- allowed ill cook- rInta ciollctedl or your txoe- attend d to.


StII More Facts Showang
h'ogadartty Is Overeaoe
by Lydia . PEkham's
Vegetable OoNpound,
-)Si A'.MNits. I'INKIHAM-- lam troubled
with iir-cgula r menstruat ion. and have
leguniii the use of Lydia E. I'inkham'*
Vegetable (Com oiind. Would like,
your advice." -Cora L. Payton, May
19, e898.
"**DEA M-Its. l'iN.hHAS\- I have taken
three bottles ,of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetall. ('O I)iound. but I have a tadl
diaecharge and write to abk if I had
better not use your Sanative Wash
also? Yo Cora L. Payton, Ogontz, Pa., July i,
1898.
"DEAR MRs. PINKHAM I write to
tell you of the benefit I have received
from the use of your remedies. Before
using them I ws feeling very bad. I
used to go to the hospital. but it did
me no good. Your remedies have
done wonders for me."-Cora L. Pay-
teo, Ogootz, Pa. Feb. 25, 1899.


1iDI)UCA TIO NTA .1.
M i I'k;LIHE CHIPLEY Primary Mchoo
i~A and Kiudergarten is now open fto
Its difth ternt in the residence at the oor
nor of Palafox and Jackston streets, en
trance on Jackson, Terms $2.W per month
s21 t
IALE AND FEMALE SCHOOL. NW.
1 corner ('haseand Cevallos streets. pre-
pares for coll-ge or business. J. H. wlin-
dell. principal. Night term begins Oct 9.


t 1.1AFL.OWEKRSIa114 l oral Leuaigis-
hp'eeati dep-ign% ordogreel for eu,.toneitru
Nii.neVifolette Moreijo, 1121West (Jrogory.
pbowe 3A. 2'vdI ni


O'LEWER4 FOR FUNERALS furnished
plroeigvLl~v in buqiiet% .ir p~chai destigns
.M ie.i Ve..letts o crouuo, JI Writ (Jrogrory


C~~~~~~~~~~ 4 (i. l \~ ie~'2-'~9 ;. evt~ruxc r
1), 4U r!1lI.l --- b : 'I a iL I r' ,itie..-d at thre. irst


Ph:ji; iiiiit~rvWiirk i.,. ii the hanud-
i~f )?I up ie 'w tt Att it. en y Fraklin
])I oit~:t itim-ii lea..wautho rity
M;iax~r. Failihiiikji ir from ithe enx1x)111s-
.liltieto i f ot i'',r'vdarilfu~r 4wiife'ssnej-i.oef
Il.l!otti ..s rn..N.~t iet Cet oftth~e
I,I~iy h~i.t.; vo-t l4etil sIKwtandl I think
Y(11i1 01111 ,ay tha! iutota elur (of it

11"l-ges C(enspireiey.
Ricinmwum, Kv., March :IU.-The Rev.
J. N. Cultojn, father of W. H. (,'uto~u,
"learguld with 104ng aMcOaWy to the Ikill
ing of G(oebel, is dlatoply incensed at what
hei dicvlareAs id the- attempt to diag his!
son iutitoaual lr4ged ounmevsc. He ha
rooeivod frintu h iS sois a tolefai qayuwg.
"I '1avo made no cufusasien. I have
Mouthing to eoufe~w."
A Present Indiction.
That "khaki'is"the only wemar-
cA late has fIl.ely tbec aak'ted;
Sine daitArtl, -'eu to khekizij care
15. iind tOxe p,-onhav ae sJrrted.
Fr~m 'Kn-.ingirp"r'w s!.;wiy 'trcx-
I P Ludigate -1.;.",'I ie' W. tl t ,4 rq
Uu lec los r .pni" and** itL :uuf 51 1 flnk-
reie nnlietar.i ixxj.ll Iuab
Tuie struarmni of :.ek I~aie all nie 'ft.
A Iut.,ri.ei IC I-:.*e IT r..
S41,r :".L ti-4' ,A)AVt.A Vu !*.

FA tI'It t -171,: mobti.) I r,.i L, .ei


%1:. bL .i'wcut u :ie ILogio.I oh.! ,'e.
%-I I c.2 rama.i I rnie Irsri-pifit::e,
%1*i.i half utec-c11-.iilI'rapf raie
V'ie gri~ teardi.' )area ul alr t-n
Plci::a l-nZl:-h '.s r,i-.. ase-smen gruwn
4 'bf, 1.1, dIni dilark.-it4 'ri.I II iDtii~CM,
FI toi aiI manilt 1 .,i t~ifty %ta.ne
If c~ut. e, ay pr % ist.Cciclaim to "e!ir-netsa
Tbe-sen tlcuughta. in) rmitce. iiave made' us seek.
Altlioughi we are atee moust be ohoppy.
To gain. if not Psriuimusi' lak.
At aicy rate, a little -kopje!" Punch.


E.I A LITTLE KNOW' IFVACr.
iI That the majority of serious dis-
IntiUoAJL pea-ses originate in disorder of the
kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is,
Jlle challenge the world' guaranteed. Try It t-day if you are
not feelinpr well. WV. A. D'Alem-
to produce a remedy equal berte.


ail ion or aliire,. The C. W ato a C(o., I tum Le i tt vittwtuYLO 0 tmYe IV r Ut
Ini.- tReal I' stite aord lnsuran-e agents. Vensa-
Fi-h and flt -h are not allowed at cola. Fla. th,* e..nie teal. e1evln on Sundays. who hiuvs a l.t from us we will leud money
Er.r. lcheesce, milk and butter may with Rehch to bild a touse. M-tf digestion, Dyspepsia and
be uced every day. but abstinentce
from, all of these is recommended on 'IOt 1 :N'. all forms of Stomach, Bow-
(i.d Fiday. oiiV ltNT--1n furnilshed room. An-
Persona exempted from the obli- ply tou rs'.SC.Wokes. 11l:East lat,.uden- el Troubles and Skin Dis-
i gatiOnl of fi-tL.g are nout bound b. cla. anu* I
.tih re-trlction of using Itenat but I'r- rm M the r.mv ftSes. Guaranteed to cure
otie a day on the days in which the !" ac d comfortable cottage, is N. Pelato.
ti-* of meast I permitted by dispen- on street car Iine. Apply to J. Eimmei' or money refunded. Cost
itiolW. Wolfe. V cns
I',,llirent ov-r *evevre yearn of act i U.:N --wev.-n,.en rmr,, and lare onT 7 y cents a day to use it.
are tunid ibvy the law of liabtil-ncee, I hall, up-stair. cornerr Pal f,,x and van t
uiles excused by .ickness or otner streets; can te changed t t tu One dollar bottle last twen-
purpose... Apply to tiro. W. Wright. I -
call-ve.. West Strong street. 1a1 tr
'ti|e pa-chal time'. In which all ty days.
t' tt.c,,.li. whlo have coin to the l-Ol (.AI.l..
v..arc ,f d-cretion are bound to re- .....-------.---- --- --------- For sale by all druggists;
.-ive IholaV communion worthily., ex- -oK 4 .IA -4 lac k and tdtn 1i:n>lil-h Rtat
te.,.d- from the fir-t Sunday of Lent terrors, $4 ,cl. Adltre-.x : .- also 3. T. Green < Co. 37
till Trimity Sunday. inclusive. Chil- FS.nak pringS. l ta..
iretn over seventh years of age are NsoR 8AL'-Fifte..H acre tr. nd,. S. Palafox Street.
bound )vy the precelit of annual con- fence. with goIod IT rooni awliinv.
outl l)Patoiamnsd parents should table. eorvani's house andi ell. on Brents OR ADDREgS
f ln. Pa **,* that the children comply with L.and runs along nrtht orf wvay or I, N. IL N T
th road. (io- i trll. Cpl e-r did since for rI ck e
ttl dtlV. farm or cauhurtan ihoine.. Price lnd terms
Itio- liloly .oeasion of Lent is a ti ne ,, K. ,Will xchlaigi- for city pi wrp,-rtv. ie *
*.f pr e er. o 1ior row for Sint. (of seclu- lianio-ll. Agent. *n-' f
-oin from t he world U:ind it- amu-e- )- t l.E-t.-.ieen a-re, in w -.trn ..u,- Greenville. Ala.
liit*,ttd. a 1d of generous aliuagiving urhs. foiontinig ayou ( hiei. Ca'tn ,
I v .i -pi ciatl indtillt Lrra ted' to the -.,ld .on ea.%v terin. and at a t trgaitn. Th.i' Te.tivinoist, l From Judge Gastor n.
l.. e oit t,,e eeie. lS vIeI.,for '.#It d4iK, K V Ln,.. Ala A .ig. ). 1p".
',.t- i.t! I l fr ,I l i M.trhl r .i .'-97# i Ii ALE-ToI. Ihe* ai e-t rde- railet l iot. l t I take great pleasure in certifs lng to th-
C.Cl ki l' oil, whoi CtilI)iot ea ilviy I illh CI'y on sv teri. i, tv ithtoo.-h r )urii y and the nieritofr Wilkinteo '. Mantch-
,-, r t i t law f the -al .tate Aoencv. I,. Hal Wl lson., Man- I l ,i neral Water. This natural n tii.-ral
4t co o aw I ,r. .*I So I:h tCP "lraf t>x *tr.-.-t lsitm toni., to my personal knowl-die. I s in n n
u'. :it.* l'en'- d fr"m tI.' oib- fr___ r-in a well three mlies -at of i re*-nvilie.
t .1. .1. at .: l lttletw'- o i l l d(J\i'.. cif | 4 g*Vg a hni., .I e eXt e t connlittron r I licla-h it ie itk Ild. I
S' .ir \',- 't F-rid::-- A-la .. --- -- -- I i - .:,.,t.e. i,,-r lettrep eip nlldligen toi fr,.l
\V,. i. V. I V, W eek anld ('tri-t- T l- -r ,. ...., indt ,fr ruptive dlseabes,. sore. anid
I, i- .' r i- I" li-ti ii~-- tiei, (ioifi- p'"'' pn.-I is l i| ) I :. ,i , a,, n u nd anineal-. As a r-inel.iv
S" i \ I N" M iii '..*i T~I.I'tO i a.t"' ,i-'' .* .i r 11- f,,r h.- trouuhlee.. I do not b. le.l-ve Its
\ 't'" l :, lttiI t!." aud i tllelo o ," ,, t. I.,,. -. -,; ; :Ic ,pil .qu l ,, xit. It-i. Ilt i, highly recoim em iin -dby
i i. I -t1111 W he-tf '- he'l l x- "'t0i.: I,r.- i .. i .. "I jhviiystcnabis for n t.uriioer of di'ease.
S- r ,. i er>! l,;, t1-,. i .~ f inl -'. I ,''l *, .7 i, V tr.:.,n s:i'.-. Z I.J.I.CA, T, r ,.
S:1 . i . ;- :; \ .:-i: ',.- I .. i .ludc s- orf Pr'rbate Court, Butle*r Counity.
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S.... ;, ,oii" ., .. LODGE DIRECTORY


.I I, "',.'t :i- '"'I' .:-........ -_ _" ...;f KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
I., ," I," \,. ,, r.l :iy : : 111,,;- B. -A N TI F ,---., ,',, d ,. ,l .. ;, 2 h*l ','
-* ,' I '- II ;"'. .' ia ,i1[1:-Li 1': .. ~.! r.', : lAMri,;. .' .; ia.t..-. N.X k Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K of 1P.
Set ever Monday evo-n-
1, .' I1:,-" .l~ ., ,,t 1-i : 1 .\% I i \ \l l .I.I, -Jl., ,', n it, : n Ing t 7;:ti. at i 'H -tle, 11ali
it- I', ti : 1 '~ t -tr icI d t! il-t 1 ,ti. l i n.. itn i *i il:.n f--t* i i n Iutchenso o hall. W e-t
c 1 'tf 'v -- 'r r V'.,r it citr- ilddr--- Int-'ndencia street.
Iti,'' i ,' *. ". \V It, Iindis In. r,. s *I. tilII* ,Vis.iting bretbreli cordial!?
i'' .- I :it :'y r-',-, nti- welcomed.
i i i. t 1 t', i l.ttolj ti \V ANTE l-All kinas of empty quart H. J-r L ,\IN..
.1:1, ; ,:,. ut.. t, ao p;y t whiskybottles. S. A. FaRID AN. Ii. HOPSLIR. C. L
r, " nov9tt K. R. & 8.
i, '. : r 'I c iifte....r f,'r advice
S-C, 4K Hl P. A I.IN. teAyNTBED-Old beer bOttlesatL DaDahtels-
1-iIp of M,,bile. or Bros. lytt W. O. W.
:.... b:try I:'. -. Live Oak Camp lvo 1 Woodman of lhe
-'AI It .r > D World.
IP'a- Slarer and Us. H SAIRH--Mnufacu Meetv flrst and third Friday night Ic
1 J Stp J s has a latite a 1ort- and dealer in Hair etoulds. Hats Toilet each month. Visiting soveretgns cordl-
-t of lld Sterlin Silver and rI Arles. "air Oil, etc..3 8 W. Government ally Invited. W. W. WATSON,
Sger- Knivt-. Fork-s and Spoou street. 8. R. THA Ks, Clerk. C. C.


HEIIIBRG BIN8. 8C0.0


WEOLISAL GROMU,

Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


A'so Soli by I. Perry aN V. TYaS.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.----
Prompt Delivery and Satisfactiea
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St.,
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 281.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 26W.

PROFE88IONAL OARDS.

Dr. Mareellus /Me rear.


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. ' '
Ring up 382 or call at the office. Physicia Sr Ol
11 North Palafox street, when in ,icial 81l1 Su .
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman, Residence, 24 Wosttregory8treel
Business Agent of the Carpenter's Phonel t.
and Joiners' Union, will furnish you o:ce, 'Ale rto Buildin. IPin m
with the desired help on short no-fStreet.Po 4.
twice. n26tf
FOIl SALKe D. Wx. O. DWB]axMY.
At a bargain. 76 acres (30 under OFFI--HIaah Bro.' Drag lteo.
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland), 1 of a mile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-room house, barn RESIDEB-OB-400 L. Jakseis StrW
and two stables. Price $N) For ---
further information, apply to W. R U Mvean, U. .
Douglass on place, or J. E. Duhuis- ID |F 0,
son & Bro.. city. 13mlm
o o Hoiaelioiathic Piylici2l al a r S te,
Benth The KidY Nn NA ays B0og Lae of Ocala. Iia.
Sipaatue Offershis profeestonal series to te eMSl-
ones of Penso ola.
Especial attention Ellen to the tr~ea'otea


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

WEEKLY aOCHEDULVI.
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSAOOLA LEC'RKIC TElMIN4AI
RAILWAY COMPANY Y.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort barrancas at
4:4I0a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancan 7:15a.m
ll.iii a. rI.arrive at Fort BarrancanB 1, 45a.m
1:w1 p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancan 1:45 p m
8:31' p. m. arrive at Fort Harrance% 4:1-. p mn
4:15p.m. arriveat Fort Harraucas 7:1, P m
*,:',Nip m. arrive at Fort Barrancap :45 p iSp
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
7:.> a. m. arrive at Pensacola .... ":16 a. in
11:00 p. m. arrive at Pv.niacols........ 11:4ti p. m
:iq) p. m. arrive at Pensacula. ....... .::45 v. m
S p )in arriv- tit 'Pensacrl 7.1>5 p In
7.)i p. mi. arrive at Peasacola.. ...... 7:41 p m
*S.45 p. m. arrive at Pensacola. ... i:8 p. m
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In effect lec. 1st, :-'w.
SUNDAY SCHEDDIZ.
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DENTAL SURGEON,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


GRAU'S CHECKERBOARD.
ro raleas*i* NMakigupre
'rald Opeira ('as1a.
i rtce. rau threads the laby-
'. ays of singers contracts In
:. : eay drtibed by Gustav
.o .. hD e'
: a douna wil Lave. for in-
a gc-araunte that be will give
S1. .-ror(usauces in four months or
-mnaep' a month at $1.000 a
pt:L., 3.a UC. TbhT mesus that be
, ar e for her to appear ex-
.-.. times during each month.
S.:.,ut crowd It or 15 perform-
,.i, out- moth for her and then
S ...u a currespoodlngly fewer
S .o ,f tuns during the remaining
S- I r eo'ry performance above
i* 'ntee.d ten which she gives
a month she receives an extra
:..l dAliUan. with the privilege of
;;,.. g twr regular ten times dur-
,i 'rt n onth.
:;.tw.er. the inmprfsardo abould
if. ,u arrange. for hIr to sing more
.i. eighbt times during a month be
s .o. uererthe ilef still he obliged to
;** bor for ten performances. For
"ue 'sea. unkes hber guarantees are
a,rrf:Tly IotmierTve by the manager
wE-, h." I, making out the repertory.
,..T ir ;':Iua donna cNstma him $1.X)00.
-,.-r. are two singers In this sea-
e M 'ropol-lla Opera llouse com-
:&" u intakeae with whom would coet
S.:: ;.rs-garto $1.700. It is no won-
4. '., r,-fior'e, that Mr. ;rau make
a* 1 A,.'il reperttry w:th a sort of
'.-.'.>a-rd bWefore, hint divided into
;..f. ,,r each performance here and
S n and with alips of paper
: the names f the singers
,..- .r- while before hini for the
-,.- the game he has an abstract
,, p,% \arilias contracts showing what
r. -'I.cTr has been guaranteed as re-
: -,,l's and number of perform-

t -n nft'r all this work has been
d,+ ,through with there Is still the
r nI,.i *Will this repertory stand"'
i.rau has such a dread of physi-
a5', *w-rtiflcates coming in at the last
,uO-.11t that be does not feel safe un-
t1; f-om his seat in the parquet, he
*w 'e! curtain rise. It in bad enough
t base to chance prima donnas at the
lit moment. although that is a matter
tLat -au generally be arranged over the
tel,1.,pOno.
"Butt when several principal singers
lra apt have become indis'>.o l and
i 1.l found nessary to cli.lgv Ilihe
spera Then quick work is required.
Ralf a dozen messengers are sent scir-
rymng in all directions. The manager
rm) have thought of putting on 'I)-
ItarlD lie must le sure of an Elsa.
Tleleforp a messenger Is sent to each
of Mtme prima donnas who have this
rMle In their repertory. Neither of
UwtM, may be able to sing. and so. al-
thvugh the hour is late. another opera
ns) Last- to be substituted for 'Lohen-
gr:c' As many as four changes In
Uo... -1a for the night may have been
amd, toi an afternoon, and at times it
ba* 'ee'n only by a hair's breadth that
t', house e has not remained dark "

Wales Whb M eDim...
ltr*- i probably no man in Eng-
a.. ', to has mastered the art of din-
1. > .*' l4'It'Ily as the Prince of
U s.. Jo a niau of less method and
rne'-.nt than tlhe prince 35 years of
-* i'ditnerst might have been fataL
AnI-'- la a resolute champion
Su l. fare' and short dinners. liHe
::- '- that juatlke can be done to the
ta <'f dinuuers in an hour. and this
S "* ,,I,.rved lyv all thie bosts who
,.: tj pIleaMse him le eats sparingly
ia' a:lot s many courses to pass un-
Ia. .-'.
\\ ..*. i<.r the priln<-i dines in public
he .i ,ihoucited aalUat a background
Sw.-arl.-.t TlI liveries of the royal
f. :;:.'u who attend him. He rarely
drna, more than two kinds of wine at
* utim,-l., and be has a weakness for
chban:;a(n<' uf a certain brand.
1 ie sa much ogposed to many
tuat as to many dishes, and the list
* iual;. limited to three toasts and
i.,'a. o' that of the queen. ilis after
uatr-,, s)eeehes are always brief.

*t.* LAss.m ad Geed Ar..
'r"e r,-eao letters in regard to the
rtw f ',unsmptiou have urged me to
etlth I, u.ot ie the IRtalston Health club
*5 'i.--litgtion and its publications
it.* ritural tcure which they suggest
I** P' sd wholly effective on my


lko tab, b were In bad condition.
It ,"slstI mainly in persltently sup-
Nyring theru with as abundanos of air
sa ,'- .s-ially In blowing through a
*b',rt l.>-v. of pipestem to open up the
M't''~I ; ellss which exist In mass
a* .,1 .-a take the place of those
*'Wi*u :; t.y cerms. In extreme cases
tiW tWt.,AIng most be very gentle at
rif: great t care to avoid drafts and
d .: "'et is eseestlal. and nutritious
SA!6 a powerful aid. The process
W*in a^ simple as did washing iv
t J,'-r'.aa to Nasman. the Syrian. but
*t oI. a'uApletely effective In the end
n' ,a;*t:'ully practiced month after
. L l H. H in New York Sun.

C -maSle by BiLqd Air.
FT 'alrmount Cemetery association
t 'Rtl!ng to bear from Professor Em-
.U^* a,'.ut his process for the ion-
*:,i *m.,n of bodies by the use of liq-
'. A l*:tt'er written to the inven-
S':l process are answer' with
*' '.nm.nint that an experimental
*-. at" ftor the test of the Invention
" put up and that after It has
.' .. ,! ot a body he will IN' better
*' !t estimates to people who
(',.l ,, u. it Prof-ssor Emmons
pr*t' wl to have a report ready in two
Sr: r** wes.-DePver Itetoblican.
A Lena West.
TLuaus Nelson Page's entrance Into
tatore was dtiseomeit. He sent
U*LO"LT ort roala m Mars Chan" nto


GRAND GULF CAVERN

A GREAT CAVE THAT IS IN SOUTH-
WESTERN MISSOURI.

Ies Mysterious Deptha Were First
EapImred by Two Nef of More Than
Ordinary ('aorace-Tbe Storyr o
Their Pertilos Jouraen.
Southwest Missouli is full of strange
earth formations that arc called "nat-
ural" curiosities in spite of their un-
naturalness. The earth is full of caves
and sink holes. One of the most cele-
brated of these is the Grand Gulf. in
Oregon county. about four miles from
Koshkonong. It is a sort of canyon,
in shape not unlike a horseshoe andti
serves the purpose of a drainage bed
In the wet season for a 12 mile area of
huill. The canyon Is 220 feet deep. with
a natural bridge inu one place and a
uiilnerranean lake and river that opens
at one end. The river only exists dur-
rig the wet s'easonu. for the earth at
til. lIottin of thie canyon is porous
ami ahsorlis the water. The lake. how-
e.er. is full the whole year round.
This .caie. containing the subter-
ranean river and lake. had never been
explored to the end till the summer of
1S.',. when Pat F'oley. a saloon keeper
froaim Tihayer. with a aoinpltiaion I'er-
formue tlit exploit. le-'ohy had made
two tlrips) I',fore into the cave. I,.it had
not 4'ml'tmit Il0e to Msecure a (-colpianioni
*o1r11:4is i teniotligh tot Iersevere ini thi
r,,lte.rIplri -,. .. -1 fhII lln had weakened
'ind s l' tll i' 'sl lt before tl i ie il of tlie
,'i ,' \ ;a r,:t i 1im -. f li tCie thlis trip,
issowiMs s l' -Ylv 4 haid w ith Ilii it 1 111:111
t'f .-*o. nl! A
T"i,' <'tri'inn'.' to this c:eI' i"< n ite and
deep 'lh'e !hol is of hirok-mn stones. over
Iwhi-h lt trikle t a tiny sir'lamin of water
in tiw dry seasotl. A hundred feet in-
side the cnvt thie entratnle suddenly
narrows ifinto a: hisle so small that a
maltn must gct on hlindts and knees- to
pass tlirii rii. I'syondl this narrow hole
the eutrancel widsilis into -1 large grotto.
There is a Iteep hill to climn:; next tlhe
hiU dlos.cndl-s sharply into .a lake. To
ipenctrae to thlie ed of this lake it was
nece-ssary to imha.-*a' a loat so smnll tlhat
it couMllt drll:mtagld t through the narrow
pIIa 4S:I*' into tiet grotto.
I'oley and his vcomp anion built a h.oat
of suitablhl-' siz7' and hauled it through
the n:lrro\v lentr.mi's- Tl'hey took wit
ilh in aleo, ;i 'ln : ~ oil of :-osi a quant i i-
tIy sof l:1It lho'-. sont'w m rm iir'sa, i l;inite'rnls
at;i l fo1ti trt', h's \\i;li cotton v> addilitg
o'u lthi s w t- "o.~:tket ill kerost'm ". Tilt
';veiv' of (iIour-. i- p.'rfecti'ty d rk. Thie
nt-ii u-.,I tli, mr l:it trt'n. till thi'y got
i 't-ru'l tih. lit!'!'m I l:''e'. hiln t atliia7i'll-'llt tht- lainter flaila es inside
thief tgrotto slowly g't.<\y dimi an went ,out. 'Th'ly tried tli light thiein
a aini. liut htim siil'imir of ti' mint'hes
wosillI llarnt up osil to 'k- e.xtingilisthed
iilnlledialtely. li s.- relasoln of this w sa1
that dlw .t n itnspl 'e w ls e\,d'* ugliily
damlp aind lhua y.
'I hi, imnn sI ur-ce-l d1 it lightliing the
f lii k 'er .'ii-' ii;" t:, 'i.s. a lnl graspinl
mt.- sof tlim':m iil me< i i;: id thtvy nintle
'1 :,- \ viay ii\ I ti.' s loi0 '. to thi like
:11!1 i l 040l t til II'" lO'1-4-l l- his'p l t\\''ll tih
ro<,-k< l"lhit- orrlf-h snmiolicril like hot
e,.,ils. giving oaut \0 :!y li'ltI' l anll. Tlie
Issiu t \.w 'or'hoir. f:aotnil'd at tilted lrow anl stern.
>in' en.isl of othi' i.>i ti'lI toI I lowliwhler
a ,dl tLi '.r- t of theI' s il th-rowni in the
ho-nt VWhier th- t .o lmell siat down in
thie fr:al .' f ift 0... foiilnd tlie w:iter
rose to I ;t h .:i lhr te ilriL:es of Iltie gun-
i ales. It w;as i mp0ssihtle to use oars
W.:th1lout tlolpil:i I 1 1 i. st far f 'aenmlugh to
sink it. 'so tlhi' ImI'n s\ ere forced to paI l-
illh* iatiriousIy s itli tl ir liati ls.
i'lh'y for unknaown las ke. Ihlie silohlliritig torches
mg t liing uip Imi' blli< knness for only a
i'.sw fs..t aroun'! tlheo. Outside it was
:t ';)irn siilrns'r day. they knew, but
insidh It was like a c-lo.d refrigerator,
all ilakticss atn, tlampne.s and ctld.
rih- wiantr of the lake was ice cold,
and nt every few dips they hiad to stop
anl wai;rn their lands. There was
nothing to Ibe seen on any side-noth-
iug but darkness. No sound could
Ilnetra-te the cavern. If thie boat
should capsize-as it was likely to do
with the lightest disturbance-they
would be cramisped In a minute in the
cold water without a chance of help
from the outside. '
After a long and tedious paddling the
soat s prow was suddenly buried in a
hInnk of ttdi and gravel. Foley took


a torch nnd step'id otli cautiously in
his rutol.,r I oots into the mud. iHe
found le had come to the end of the
lake aiuld that a sliarl'ly inclined wall
of rock rose before him. The saloon
I,w.'ir clinbedi up tlie wall about 40
f,.'et alto)e the lake sealirthing- for a
-outitmnuimuc ot ti' cavern. But he
'could tind none. APlparently the cav-
trni ended there. lhe returned to the
la:t. vwher.e' his companion sat. The
tto tmen tmide tbhir way across the
lake and out through the narrow place
in safety. They had been gone an
hour. and their friends outside had be-
gun to fear an ac.-ldeut bad happened
to them.
So far as people know. the care In the
Grand G(ulf has no outlet. The Indian
traditions about the cave are that it
was a suliterranean waterway much
used at one time by boatmen. who
used to earry pros isions in boats to the
Ark:ansas 'allhcy. If this Iew true. the
river tust have beu stopped illup many
years ago by some convulsion of na-
ture and the lake formed then.-Kan-
sas City S*anr
Sa e on a itoo Away.
A fox. while being pursued by a Bar-
nard (Vt.t hunter and two hounds last
week. escaped in a novel manner. The
animal was being closely pressed by
the dogs. when it dashed across the
railroad track in front of a fast morning
train. The fox barely succeeded in
reaching the other side of the track


WYOMING'8 ICE CAVE. A- M ,onm.r lDevil t.sh.
-----_ Destroying ite victims, is a type of
A Prmehk Traper Ha. Dlsevered a Constipation. The r'ow(r of this
Large Covers ln a Giseler. murderous malady i- felt on organs
Catacombs of marvelous extent and and nerves arnd n u-eli.& aud biain.
beauty exist In the living fce of Cloud "here's no health till it's overcome.
beauty exist n the liing ee o Cloud But Dr. King's New Lif Plis are a
mountain. in northern Wyoming. They safe and certain cue Best i1 the
were found by Jacques Moulin, a world for Stomachl. Liver, Kidney-
French trapper. Nothing like them and Bowels. Only 2) cetis at W. A
is known elsewhere In the Rocky D'Aleinberte'd drug i -tore.
mountains. and the circumstances of
their discovery form a strange story. PARKiR'S
Cloud mountain In a lofty peak in a HAIR BALSAM
little explored region of the Big Hornim^---tSS. ill* heir.
range, and near its summit. Judging cevw NWs toeSSdeG r
from Moulin's description, Is a true Cigipr0 n disaw. A hal la1ug.
glacier. His story In substance is as
follows: Try THI NEWS, 10 eAnts a week.
"'In the snow near the top of the -
mountain I made a dugout to live in A (.Alhli
while I was trapping there last De-
cember. This but was in the midst Fo'r IDnmi of a great snow and lee drift that ven:ton..
clings to the side of the mountain. I Resolved, That a convention of tie lItnm-
was far above timber t He. and to make ocrati c pat y of acamblta county bhalil h'-
held at roweiton at it o'clock looin oilthIe
the wood that I brought there go as 14th day of April., 1 0. for tie purpose of
far as possible I used to build my selecting twelve( il) p-iisons to represent
Spb..ecmbsa county at I ii'i- strict convenl-
campfire on the floor of my little cave. Liaun to nomujinate a candidate for Congrelns
One morning I awoke to flud that aind for tile uurpose of letting twtel've I':
p.reoi8 to rtpr*.t.e t E >-'itlliblla county at
where the fire had been was a ynwning tle uState 'Conventiont It I eii tnlle antil
well. the bottom of which I could not p.aceOsh may be ti,-4d by tIe'll mtale aaid Con-
gre.osi'nal Ltemocot.cO4 tlC 'imlilem i utrd for
see. I had been living on the roof of tieipuiriu -e of ,e'lecting ia toipnty Execu-
a hugecavern. and the fire had melted tlvwt otlmm.ttt'toomid titiil theiiir succ,.e-
sors xi oil br electedd in 1vai-'.
Its way into the depths. '1t ,irti tcts i'e weait nl i il lit ntitled to
"Taking a long and stout rope. I the folowiimm reprt-Ltitatiun Ut uidc ouii-
fastened one end of it secure near the t t't'tiuot
No. I. Nix-,,
edge of the hole and lowered myself No.-'~. Kuifrrian'
into the depths. I took with me a o.: MiliviwV
Nu.4. 4. r,'flv Ph, .
pitch pine torch nnd a ball of twine. No.. i, 1H ur ,
The opening rapidly tweame larger as f .. lueiton.
No.7, Vine Hirren
I went down. and at a deh'pth of about No. ~. Cr'lttrtte
401 fect I stooli upon the floor of a large ,o. *. itlut rPrling.
No. Ii. Walidi&A MtiRolla ll
roRtill. All around ine were walls o(f Ns. II, iimiut Hill ..
i S'S. .. P.-i. 'l, cs 1 1 1
' hroughi tihle ite the light filtered(l diu- No. 14, I'eisato ....... .
ly. giving the place a shladowvy tunreali- I. i'.. eiaiCtii I"
No. I%. 'illiiVilll 1
ty. It wlvns intensely cold. and I re- So. 17. Brent'- .
turned to the surface for my fur clotli- No. It. McD)avhi l
N.o. It,. Molino l
in No Nn ioi4, atoiI i
"After lowering myself into the cay- F'or liii puro-eof, lit ectint o itieligalt's finit>
ern again I tied the twine to the end the.iii'.-l erat i ccl t f!cL i nt- ,im%' 'L io rniti ani
for tile p rpose oft Iom inatiin ttim o 'ic nai-
of the rope. lighted iy torch and fol- danite. fr It e-lout-of htf pre.-'t-niii( t.-. t-,r
lowed tile course of the opening. which li,'e purru..' of uiiintin a vaiidlsitite tlor
-hJersitT.a ct taililOtit' l.)r Ct elik I Cirruit
seemed to lead like a Iong hallway di- ttirt, tiiditdtatnlt' f ti1r' l\ T olii-ti,.r. i enfii-
rectlv toward the hlenrt of the inouti- tdidate for "l,.\ A,-eo'.r.i a tinditlati thr
.'rt-faurer, it ni idaitt loi i Cotu i t Jud'ie. n
tain. 'll- cavtem Ib'anme iihigher tile ci'idmitteiror elniniiimllt sf t'uit1l ln-
farther I wl nt. and about 150 yards sti uttitoll. it lt'lt for Couity htum\. i-,- r
Sa ca' didatle for Clerk of criminall C'outt. I
from tmy starting pace tile roof seem- candidate for Juslice of Petace itid ntoitn-
ed to Iep at least 75.- feet above ne. .ttitw'- for -ecoiia Instrictt, a nitutiidatte for
.lt it:>c of I'ace for i itti l stlimet. (an-
Ilere I found myself in a room front di.latt.e, for t!inr. iti-ilt'erot i ouilt.y Scliool
which galleries like the one I had enll- tuaru. 1i prinimaty .etimnmno ult ith l- ino-
ci otic t-i f I' '.catil'iit cou itv 1.liisili te
tered stretched awny in every direc- ,toi,,-. I til,. j i comim, county .ii,. nI. t i(t
tion. In width lie galleries varied t;:- )>. i.i oi Tiiu-. h.t i- lls(, foi l ll' purpi-ij e (of tsiistilitii .miii l
from Ii) to .0) feet. and it their inter- e .ct l,,ntll i! f,,. iW li llli'peCtt)r Dt (.It irk,4
sections great transparent columns e lt i tend fd to litle roof. Tl'o mixture of point <
'recii r et No. Il-('hith A ndrew-, -. Neil (iktg,.
the dim. white light of tlhe cave and W'. !). Bell. ili'petcl,-ir; Armhiitl Kitii.
thle relilectllons of tlihe torch's flame clerk. No.
from a thousand glittering surfaces Jaitts L Ia .vy, iibI .ctor;.: T. .M. hti-rit.t,
was at once i,'wildering and fascinat- clerk.inet No.::-Frank Sunrez. .il-
Ing. Again and again I returned to iianlit,.Johlam ll., invi.-.L tt-; I'. I. lois a l .
feast my eyes on the beauties of this clerk. No. No-
I'mecitmict No. I-W It. I u.ug'it-. W L. I.. No-
natural ice palace. But the cold was bless. 1'. uoiiZalt-e. is.,pectopt' ; V. A. 'lip-
so great that I always had to cut short pAt.'le s.
rmy visits. I never explored the other ii. A. J. it s -t. i fI-p.ito jI l ti', rnit..i,
galleries, anIl how far they extend I clerk.
nPrecinct No '.-(;'io. %* >quitln. WV tM. N -
cannot luens. The ice seenis to be v <*,. r i1. iInti..soli, iii(.t.tco,, H....).-n-
honeyeoinbi-el by the caverns, and yet im'j.,. clerk.
ri ilnmlct No. 7-It. A. I.i d W. E. T :lc -r.
the walls and floors are as hard and ..M. I:nt'-rkiii. iisi-etor-; \W. \V. SAit-
firm apparently as the mountain it- -ing. clerk.
Vi.. '.l l t \ i -A.lT FiIt illliml. If. 1'. HW-
self. Cheyenne Letter int Chicago man. H. I. I4 m atr.ne, inu.s' t -. Taliur
il, to ir'l .Crabtr'e. cierk.
Ir .cnc N. tl rN .-I. P). sAro rr. A.. 'I. Coiw-
art. 4 W Tatylor, lin. l.tors; .1. 7.. lit r'.1,


Only Ieart Wou tla I'atal.
A well known surgeon. discussing
the character of the wounds received
on the battlefields in South Africa. has
pointed out that experience of the pres-
ent campaign woulil seem to show that
the only absolutely fatal region is the
heart. Bullet wounds of the brain aret
now not necessarily fatal. Judging from
the records of the last few weeks, and
this is presumably due to the small
size of the projectile, the velocity with
which it travels and the modern prac'-
tice of scientific surgery. by which
dangerous symptoms likely to arise
front injuries may be warded off. It
has therefore teen suggested that. the
heart being the only really vital part
in the blody, a steel covering should be
providetl. to be worn so as to protect
that part from bullets. A steel plate
might be attached to the soldiers'
tunics, and doubtless the small shield
could be so fixed as neither to Impede
movement nor cause Inconvenience.-
London Globe.

Newspaper Advertstalir.
Frank Daniels made au experiment
recently at Wallack's theater. New
York city. Speaking of It. the comedian
said:
"Between the acts ushers distributed
among the audience slips with a brief
printed statement politely asking the
recipient to Indicate by a check mark
In the list of various advertising forms
employed which one had attracted him
to the performance-newspapers, bill-
boards. window lithographs, or some-
thing else. The people seemed to take
kindly to the idea. and the response
was most liberal. Eleven hundred slips
were handed to the ushers, and of that
number 901 had been attracted by the
newspapers solely."

A Carious CanaL
Running from Phlllipsburg to New-
ark. N. J., there is a remarkable canal.
It Is 00 miles long and was operated
before any railroads were built In the
state. Locks are not used, the boats
* being drawn up and down elevations
on great cars on a truck 18 feet wide.
This Is likely to be the last year of Its
operation, as an effort will be made at
the next session of the New Jersey leg-
islature to secure it as a means of fur-
nishing Jersey City with au additional
water supply.-New York Telegram.

A man wno has never learned to
write his own name is not so likely to
get into trouble in this world as the
one who has learned to write another
man's.
Don't tool with a wasp because he
happens to look weary and tired-you'll
probably find him all right in the end.
-Chicago News.


Coffee! Coffee!!
f call the attention of
the general public to the
ifct that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage aW prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from, the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost-
their aroma, ours is fresh
and, delicious.
KXew Orleans Grocery Co.,
JA.S. M'HUGH,


Phone 105. Proprietor
WAITER.
Wantd te buy ill kiMds if hecon
land Firlitirs, Itrchidins, Ic.
_Sddren Bo0 142.

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

Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.

We are permanently fixtures here. not-
withstanding all reports to the contrary,
and we are now at II S. Palafox street .
Jsss French Pino & Oral' CP.
11 S. Palafox Struet.

I will re;,air your watches and
inwelry in first-class style. J. I.
Htephe- s.

Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RNITI'RE. The finest
line of WIalnut l)edirool MutSutes ever
shownl in Plnsenctila. Pretty, neatly-
finished Ild IW oak lioIdroom ilSuites at
11i1 prices. lIattaln and Cobbler Seat
it-'ket-, bigr anl little, cheap and
!high. Look at them.
(. 1M. PRYOR'S
liargain IF'lirniilshing House.

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

RANDND EXCURSION







To Ireenville, Mon:tgomery and lBir-
llingihatll, S ;a i rtlMy Ilight, .Murl'
:11, IPavimnl I'liioln eIepot at 10)::34 )fn
reg ilair ipts.t'ne 'r tiain. F ire for
roundtl trip: Perl.-aeola to Mollt-
g^onipry. $3 .>i; to (ir,-enivil e, :;54)O;
to Hii liiiilrhain., V ,') From U'.in -


.. ler t. .lii-ellt intille as 1SPerit.nuc ln. Pal ties
,i n <-tw No. ,i-C. .1. .Waltt. .1.liin ',.-- desiring -lIeper will apply to ticket
mitn. . F n. i.sp ictr-' It. l nt-. In- aget ill tilne. Purchase- tickets at
clerk. tl*. .ktc o.ll-.I..I. . L.- M.nh. tiket i(c'. Titr'kets good for five
'Clenlsol Hall, II- p.'ttor': J 1. H. ewartd 'd (a!vs to retitiirn" ;y lreular pas-
co-I k.. Senger"'train. For further inforina-
Preci net No. l'-'-W. F. Le', Iv I'. I. s- .ti."1 Ii t
W ill lmaiv. IIIm p s-cto( -; .I. W. l,.l.S. U t -. i., t m'.v i k. Ii t
Precinct No. i ;-A. A 1i-iiner. VIl. tio.tildt, ]OUI T. KIN(N or
W. 1H. H. Mclavil,. nii-p ector-; F. MtMaura, P. 'TI1IMAS,
cle.rk. rn.
i'reclnct .s,. It--A lInvy Iti-,rn. A. H.i- )is e
ver. L. t W% llllalllut, Ii.i'pectoI-; John A. -
Merritt. clerk. No I I'F.
PrtecIict No. 11'--. itl't- % ilkin ,. Geo. H.
Hulinutik.t'..N.LCotoii. ii,.sptectors; .. T. OTICE' is hereby given that tie follow-
\\ hItiing. clerk. T Ilug nl ttedtl persolIselai n the following
Pre-inleet No. li;-W. I Il uhuliri. .iuLk' dI-'~-rniaed lots t I li the water front o4f Ilti Citly
Fli ow l r.. r.. H. I'. i illiitin iiil'pjctu ; .. .1 f ieitn- oaln. ii lider tliie act of 11*. .o-geuniu-
It. Hublbird,' clrk. ture of ri lorila. approved June (I, 1%,U.
Prectnc-t No. 17-A. (. Ciopton, W. \. to-wit:
Ktieie"n. (G'orge Hoyt, intpector- ; WiI. Ir-. Mt. W illinitin- I.ot !' and Ili. tblock -6.
Rafferty, clerk. .1.J.. Hooton--iot, t;. 7. 17. I1. h (),'k 1:1
Precinct No IS-I.. I .tr wto, I> 1 MI invmi tle ltti(lt n of sucIl l aiiti m will beinill oil
David M. 0) htm g-'tt, in|-l)'ctorA: J. IF the li day of Apmil. I1ro..
Btowtint. clerk. F Ii. BHi(;.s.
1'l't'lt-t o. i-s-.- I.tH.( iinlqr, W. A. %i-'- o h* KIN .i(o rs,
ler, A. J. F'lllutglii, llibptp cttrs ; V 1. V. t d I ItAS.. M. C4PI oN.
clerk. I1 :. o .awi w t'omniiisisioniiers..
Prtclnct No..--W f. Mate. WA n. Mec
Cuthlieon WinM. M. lcCurdy.'n iilsp-ctto.; -
l. Ir. atviart.clerk. lORT IIARRANCAS, March :30,
Thevoling at each l-'reenet hlnll I*l, at Ii
the ;foowing paac res'i>tcii'ls' itIat l'oM. Sealed proposals, in trip-
No. I.--school House'. licate, will be received here until II
No. ".--Kupft an's arik. a. in., April 14th, lSM), and then
No. :;.--t'rot". sStore.
No. I.-Old ltobrst' 'lt.ce. opened, for construction itt Fort
No.>.--Mchooal Hou,-,.. 'lckenr, Fla.. i Barrack. I Guard
No. t;--McVo.' sStore. Hou-te and I Bakery. I'. 8. reserves
Nos. 7.-I'f M p e-rktre. the right to accept or reject any or
No. ".--tfihool Hto-e. all proposals or any part thereof
No.i --Warti'sMIll. I information furnished on applica-
No. 1 .-- ehool I:ot. tltl 11,11. tion. Etvelopes sho.ild be ntim kd :
No. 1:1 --Nortlheast corni-r 'Pailfrx Iamll "Proposials or con(' truck ton i t 'Fort
Or *.'.. Pick-n-'. Fia.," lddres-ed T. N.
No. Ii Corn r It )matia anid 'Ptlatfox. HORN. l-t Lieut. Q. 1 .
Rolo.trt '.1 41-rte.
No.. l, liteuldencinc and Iletvilllitr. 3i -It.. ltA ipl 12-2t
"t N 'I; -- n'lnevil .
No. li'--l;r-nt r tat Ion school l loii -...
No it.--i inrance. to ( anri) t0rouin0.
Now. Ii--tlm tiiiil c|i( 'i HtoU'.-. l
No.i. !o) -F-J"oi tLOl.0 t interstate line. I
Il .Ich pro, el-'s it li half vote oart. llAl1wn. U I I 1*
thie delthlae telectedt ral ro sucl t'h |pr, -itit To be (;iven By
lmv'Ilui tile l ialle't Vote of thLIue t 'il..ld
liall cit-I the alf t I ivolt.
All wil -liern'mervat-. a-gally ,iual'iie.l to HOPZ LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
%ota under t li nlet oi t i 5 itslhl'l r irrof 1".7. i
contaitned i cihaimpt-r 4.'1 who hav paid, .I l Iow ll. Vttrrligtion.
their poll tl xe-for ie-vs-in'- l].% and lad I.# d p
nd aho i pied ltisre. to I t Monday, April 16, 1900.
the nomlfptes to laid pitimar% eleto ald
sant (oesiiV etitit .iIStha ll be t iitl- iI niul ar- ..
cotrdiallv ninvittsd ti participate in satild r.,
tary -lect ion, nil .nild primary **1,ctifa, Tick(et 5 01 cents. I:.adlis Free. Free
shall i*t lihIsd in all w '. undtf r the- rifles
ansd regutilatiliolis- s -*t forthi an said clihpter I ranltportttilon on )Durnliy.
4'rit. antil this C0o1nttii t h- tiH i nA '-'tt tI tiio-
otfle'-of tith vointy J'ntt y i thiI eity v if -- --
Penisacola. at e'i o'cloh k p. m..<)i th-,' 1'lh i l it d
of Ap:il. lsl.at wlhic time and pla e tlhe 1UBSUBCRIE
will reics-lv, re-turnip. (e ive-t l'5 th mn>."-
and announIt-f lie Io- t it of id pri' ltn y y
electlloan. ailnd h th lpto-tto h above inanl i-iti-
will have then and there theli returns of said
eloetiou.
Thie ballots to h, tused -hillal hIe prints-d on T
'rain wtfiml papr. anrid hitnll hiavt oe ol 018-
tingulshing mark'. .
C. B. PAst~atis.m.
DAN MURPHV. thlrar al.
D Mcretary. uIrtd Only Tein Cents Per Week.


OUR






NAME'S






PANTSm


Said about WO pairs of
long legged., tort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
le-gged, straight leeged
ill sorts of legged gar-
In nts, as they got out 1of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
500 pairs of pants in oue
day is a good many, but
what about themi? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good cassiitere pante.
Some are three dollars a
pair, good casinmere
pants. Some are two.
three and four dollars a
pair, good worsted pants.


WE DO N1T-


buiy pants for adrcr-

tising purptoses-to sound

cheap. 11'e hiy oodpants,

pants that are made of

good goods: pants provided

with (ll the comforts of


home; front pockets, watch

pocke'ets, /to watch your

monne!y pockets nights in

case your wife wants to see

if' she is ettin half of

your income) pistol pockets

(and refreshment pockets.








WE SELL AL *





WOOL PINTS


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-

terns for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodied man busy nights and days to

wear them out in a year, and for
$3 t.to, somI. new fancy cassilcere

pants, luppedt seams and creased
knees.


WHY. SAY!


W\Ve *ll all pure worsted
pants for $4.4") that are simply great.
Patronize our Pantry, it pays.


THE


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The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular MealI Served Daily,
and Short Orders served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. 7


will be "The Friendship of J smu."
iOCAhl NEWS NOTESAtight the p -'tor will pre ach,sub-
ject-"Zeal iu (;od's work"
It i-s rumored that the Osceolaclub
is perfecting arrangements to give a
.... a, ,i es -e on. 4 mwt e reception to the officers of the U. S. I
.., q7f ro.*r .,wndanufair war ships now iii this port. and to I
...,.. jn',m ..my-r,,t, the officers of the Ft. Barrancas gar-
S,. ...... .' '*.** i ison. at an early (l:ty-probably
."u ,, .u sday 0of next w-Ie k.
.: ,,* .4 \; ( a: I-:y
.. .:.- Mr. Chaa. McK-rzie O.'rting and
daughter. MI;- ni)uhy, -ailld on tile
,, .. r .... f l' Fuitti k l)ai i-ti stt ati-Nhip l -- tlil in. ru-
S t ft "f t l' E-c.aiatilt Iilr for Denmark. \v!;-ni thvy will
v;-it :t number f pt!Lic''-. Mr. (O-rt-
S ". .-.. >ti;.;t:.y w ill r'T.:': 1 b I I i'-zi !r.'i i h ia:i <'
t..- ..rr< h a f:,-r ,,U;.; ;,for forty yv i-.


MRS. BREWER RECOMMENDS PERUNA

FOR GRIP AND FEMALE CATARRH.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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W. B. Mw' .M'r and C.
~ .J',iro-r t N i'', i v4' ro.re it re-teri
v' -'id na lK. ia '*tV". r*wt1".
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W: Mt N;'lliitaell 4)f NI'.-
* a in. i.' t'~ A In at Inalxaa I,- ,


%%1' --. d a .j1 vory 12 ni* ta'!0:'
miatic.-Colin'pl~ln)-'to--#.' if!,t#ecity cluena-

ilh k'I P -aitt'sbi'-- vc,'Uvy~.'. lce
H '' '**Wat- :a' 4:. a' ]1-.:, V-t
.1rI I trat I' '-e t() thte'
-zr, -'-^ 'Aho-re.' hec u f4ht -No)..1 it:au''k
W! 0, W- ju t eCfoiaa~:aa.''liat (t -111tit
PIA- 41 1''. -Y't. Order..ta W a~ing 'wt tee
W Ili',1.d 'layj)Ilp4 f'. t hPiliff
w.t. t.4i ity feeVt. and .rr~aldoed at
ti"iza~ad.-'Wing,'4IL hturn-'If (111
%q; t it c k Wat 4i it .! t afall
4.,. a-lot v(.dca4. ill -ticix 't
4~~~i far. -1.1 f-i'tlwi 4i11c r. dit-
ini* t t antha''r:ie'"I t" Il' h .4)pum


v I-. ;A! v k P l f-ntt "PaAtg 4' i gaa- otf 'af w. im w:t-'r (elI- a ,,:), ''
-t' at:' % )(.I~a-10-.1 1ewfi re.- *1ld11.1w''.'ajlickIv tra' t''etaL.t, vwill di-
:'''I i=~.'. l'.a I''alil. h :r- titj ar. Ita-i'.t upofl gettix'irthlae,r..a-
.4I .44I 0 -a til % I I ill zI a. I i di'' s. Av4 II il 'A4 Ii'!. Ir -'' 2ec
~~ :& ~e~~e-butltnt-eu P'aiii-l'illt'r, Pt-rry Da~ i.,'.


II:&!,I Lut t.'Izaltiacuret'-I.1111n- Mvoasaal Peoplle. Atteela Etf.
'I ae o 't'ia~al N'4' Ti'-.1. NI. ('Intti'r NIUi!C 'u- jz
-4~~ ;~.:-1 v lefa'. aIa : I '-eaviu:(dally 11eV.' pi:Ili4, ',andi have
*'I Ir' l''ag ':I haulo1 FI. P Ii ('kat pra-f-e-tit a full .4atd1 'eua.
I' It. Ikaatior. mif M-liae~'. III boatedd plitaC- aif thte tday'. he ta-
I;. r:toIt ('Itrk ait Brooiklyn 11410i d-brat'iich & 1.ich da thoev(tl'
C'. A. Hqmodtl. wile' and (44111"41fa11.3oted l~e,.t.r and the world rp-
**l,-''t.4S1.. arv' ftit 1 l4r tti- 1. nwated Crown. the add re-liable
i-t tle-t- IlII 't II'catitilsi.i. Rv:ai and Sin:tti cItirtina pa o-
art' al on atour hear'.', glivimr ptlrc'lm'-
i'll e-ta 'I-a a .rriv'al- I Ithe er- .lrbi ate -aaI a parvhIi-o'o'r-; anaaex-
iiiiiti a., .'t Moo1 -rm. J. 1110. te'it imal 1 epo4 rt t lkilt 3' tai t 10-11-0 1)-
slatai. rAa14tat-\ K'Allv. 1,40,aaaviIlva-.. ~atma froum the EIetit-pt'-t kta'mwn ra-la-
%I -Catrth I. 'A'i n"t' ill. N. C., "'able.. make .ta a Ci e Ii )-.t f~anou-.
Mapl-e :aSad J K. P~Alae'r. PIiala-
l;'La~a.Inoadd ition lt.a all tleth xhaov'e. We
'. :e l-I-' t al'=7-d I ll t'.1- Iapi it' liave :aI &tra nubir ii! !iliatlv .tx-ed
IL .I, Ial It.x .11A 1 Ita .aI'-'i'a *t tI -#t I 1pa zIait pi~aaa f ;,-1111,, 1 of t 1) f-11) I J&i t
a!-ai'ia2, '''kto) d.av. :41AaaI!H.aonaly' bvtau re:attedaI :a lea aza'iath?-.
H'a~t 'Pl,111al''1 aIl a'cae i lwlxiehx*Ife- 'tlr('h:a-s-r evanx-v
a '.~. :'v~ed a-t":e li afr'mtu .2lto $T.io. aulix nti-e o 4 ''-pectau
!.. Ii. In.midnapi~aina- we'call i~i ae tarm- a
-!I, rFlo-AIviaC. ('i'. 1F I XV'it115it I1 1 1 ll %we gas'1 11'
\e:- t y-I to I.: a i'-: 1 ''14 4eL-tutit-' l-v Az a-:r'a'tim ta t~iek.
'" t*'t'.'111nt.1 I twaua.1. j 4.7) mix:'a:ia *w t yar.'
4 1 ;% I Ito. 4 4' a roi. A toa,[ ;I ._-free. :ttal' .yi' U. t .:Aia tte tha
I *. a*~ I- i ,! II- ial-' the'alail xjac(tolr'' .tan a,te'awill Ili.
I 41'1fft I I I j NjcM aM 111:1do. eetJI 4-ive v Ilt-, -I icfa' It ci ('4-i
& 4 1-.11,- 111i',the- dl'- t '. 't -!iate-\v'r.
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FDRBES


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

k No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard
pieces for. i
No. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard
il t pieces for .... . L.. . .
W No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard "
p ie ce s fo r ... .......... ............... ...
li, ii- ,-a" ' /,' i'a^ i "a^i'k' i ^" iX


/ n llish .*ainisook. .:0 inches wide, 1J-Yard pieces, for
English Cambric'i. :.: inches wide, for
.cee' ur .'PFC'I.L II'hite India Lawns at
'.01 Pieces II white Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


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jul -,i1% -A :i~a~) iv m i t t'~ .a.. az ro:ii cuturrha a'! th i l,1ng-'s h'-.t3d nd
I'm' ar~~~~. ~~. 4~ 1 Il~a n :-N h'iA( Al r.a o O 'U i l.ayp y
whih 1 -1. ..I .' an d t'ocviura.1cr I;Ianeut IN vurtd
"ILL a!', Vue : e: ehn~IbI'-ru-aa. ThousaniaJs i .f t -imoinu-
u~.t* J'.r -.a'it Ii Iarfevi c a~tidc~aev of c-#uld 1'' ,-proAtioed. A %~alu:Oa t 1c t rit1c
a a .I t 'a f to.! '~ a n- n (atai'rhl s.'ai frvo I~v 2ile.-ru-.ia
feCOLII.-e tu LmY ba1.1111a -~that xi~. i'.ediciue Colnpafl3 4IIIhu.(1


Some I9teresth9q Fiqurese


C capital oif the FoIur (iGreat BItriks of tibe Worldl.


. . $86,047,935
. . 36,500,000


. 0 .


28,560,000


Bank of Ri


FUIDS HELD BY ITE MUTUAL LIFE II1URANCE COMPANY 15 44 37
FOR ThE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. 1899, Oi
Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Tlit,' MW tirit of It>,> li of Thei Muatu:tl iife Insaurance' C(o'ni:panv of
N,' Y' rk. l{icl:mral A. M .cCt'url*. lPrcdtienl pr<>viIh-:
Fir-t 1The SEIC'RITY oif 8:il.M-i44..:7 (if a-'.;t-.
S. cild-P'O( FIT'I AIILE INVESTMENT-
Third l-LIlERAL 1.(ANS T THE INSURED.
EV\tea i',l trrn in a' l :tn.ir'n in ':-i'ca o,f 111,-e.
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l.ilhr:il -,irrn'itlcr \ :ili -.
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CECIL WILLCOX, General
JA' KSONVILLE, FLA.


W". (G.


Agent,


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rv tm -t t i tIaot!'1!: -cdt(pI:-a 1t.x
t4:I iiOar wit h Ilih#- .4,ij 'C-qt wa*ji telI

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-JLJUST RECEIMED:@P-
33 pieces 'Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yard
w ide, 16c value........................................................... ............12% c yard
1" PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES................ .......................10c yard
AW"MAII, ORDEIRS PROMPTlY AND CAREFULLY FILLED.I


W. J. & B. FORBES.


l'pl)'in Peppermint Wafer~r aid di-
z'stiou. Ask your dealei-r for them.


ric JCso FreIChi Plane & 0r[ll Co.
Will move in their elegant new quarters,
II South PslIfox treet, in th- Singer
Lowing Machine Co's. store, March 26th.
On and afterthat datethey will be found
here.


ONEmrW AFTRRVAL6!.
OUj~1Ri'tan mn of New -Ariix-.il; fit prn
Ai~a~i.A 2 ncrilsas~sortmictit. 1\r:Variety
of colors and '~'tscic( t r.oiu ot L-rdies' Waists
'~ (j trr; .,..X a ar~.,--c:-I-t a '~~r~ n,. In th



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tact thIc Lct IJti Vr\\I s t In t h c


lhiL I-at no


dealer cr cu-stc'mr ctan dCr\.


idea of our o:;crings by a glance at our large cxc lusive
Shirt Waist Window, ani t heretofore )by reason of our Motto: "Si Clr .\xl A
THEI-RI;',V IM< NI .-I A TH1. I'USINF>..s"


New
Arrivals!


LES [NO EMBROIDERIES! Arrivals
nnU ~oKl~t~toArrivals:


Outr (etitra' "&'abll-, 'w i. a~igbetiv.atlx a Lroo)l i4idle .: IL-f %* Xew-. t
'.Lin'.IIa Lace- and E nbroideria--.


-Swi-s I'd(Li.;:and11(11 :!-trtioli. 'Hambu~lrg 1'Xgii
\'a I'-iiciai Laco and I nsoartions-.
Machmoiaj- '1e achou iiEltgiig anxd Insxert io i.
( ierifan )Ti ~rc I 01Edgintg. A pI iaue Lav


v and iai zaertia'aa


P,,int de Sprept. Oriental and Plat Val,. I e-..
2.-nr Remnant. H.nmburg Edgiug, six yard vngtI-,. w.,rth 7,c. t '..* at :0..


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drwers, heipnme.l an tuckIed, ize- I and 2_', :at. i. c pair
Sizes 3. 4, 5 an i oni ................. ............................ i. pair
4)On1# Lot ( !ilid's 'i'rlinmneId T)rawers at Cost Mark.
one I,,)t (Chili's T inmii-d (owns at ('o-t Mark.
O4 )e ,,,t Child's Trimmnnd Skirt- at Co't Mark.
on()- Lt M i-s.' T' iuuinned (Gowns at Co-t M31ak.
One Lot Ladien' Trimmn d ('hvnmi-e, worth 3.',- for..................Ne pach
One Lot Ladies' Trimnh 0i'd Cambric Ch.'mi-e, worth 7T-,. for....... Ic' each
0f^'ne Lot Odds and Ends -
In Ladies' Skirt; a-ul Gowns to Close Out at Co.t Mark irize.


Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


--) TiHE-


Life Ins. Co.
I VK1. P VN t- A i, A. V aII-%.


CHIPLEY, AGENT,


-k- & CO., Sole Agents.


X- 1js _> =.Don
Old Quater, Iu:i:': :.ianl Parole Rye Whiskeys.
...--Cheste rfield Eourbon Whiskey.-<::


Furniture cat al'rk c s


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P~ryor'? . a aFmax r oait r- loum-'


RIGULAR


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1'ela-a('oola, Fla.
(I'anniv '4c i(-'4 -kart-i au'1 w:iit,4
(cif.ofIur -paeiatiti-A. Star Laun-
dry.


B.'eysIes a A Bieyele Sundries.
A p it fo r aahlabr.CI"To-land antiRa:.u
Ifc-'.I'vt Year. .'xperaeaeaazain.
PRITaa.11.6 of itacyce.-f. 4*404 ke4I4t-r..
I Yparwrierl~q(,un%. Ptv. Kpy-o uaaaote to
fit t im IC I i'.- E
12 West Rommana treet.


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Bank of England,
Bank of France, .


Imperial Bank of Germany,


ssia, . . . 25,714,920
Total, . .. .. $176,822,855


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DAVID EDREHI. I'?I"" I'1


P9.SACOLA. FLA.


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The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
I URH A M. Try them at
D'Alemberte's


STORE.


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ar I&ats andi Children. O CO .XtS
The KMh YN Have Always Be ht -AT- -- . -- -
Bes.te* /,, fVick Apostle's Restaurant. OEO. A. PETERSON,
Signature of fAI 1ja., :,


H'-winning ne'xt diturcauav waill serve a
u' 'uI a r 1) 1n i & t ho n i: j t-~ j embt
ai'.at 2., .I.'
-Icrt Od-?s romp 'y 1K.,r'-d all Hour%
o! Day or Ni~bt.
Fish and Oystus; in All Styles.
Nic t Arostle.


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GENERAL CRONJE.
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p;, ,i u. i.i ; .'l ,!i;.ni1 d ,ti. all the" n i!i-
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THE TURF RECORD.


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a K nd Corn Pleal ~ills,
ODNZAkEZ & GO., Prop s,
II,%IAIL pu, *;, 1, U INI)
ST111k Fliii?
,j ii- lyedasnrv. for there to

v u.u rsse homeine du'-
i..?too thIe commrnuitv
a- ndir.-etiy b..neftedA
'"in.' manufacturer you
v cs.--of labor. I ou 41owe
'4 L..1AtV in which you live and
IA-1". to t our support.


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B AD COMPLEXIONS, pimples, blotches, blackheads, red, rough, oily,
niothy skin, dry, thin, and falling hair with irritated scalps and dan-
druff, red, rough hands, with itching, burning palms, shapeless nails and
painful finger ends, and baby blemishes, prevented by ('TIClRA SOAP.
It r-moves the cause of disfiguring eruptions, loss of hair, and baby blem-
iahea, viz.: the clogged, irritated, inflamed, or sluggish condition of the
Pol',p No other medicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with
it for pre-erving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair, and
hand-. No other foreign or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to
be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
Thu!s it combines in ONE SoAP' at ONE PRICE namely, 25 C'ENTS -the
l>e>t 'kin and c(iomplelxion coap and the heat toilet and the bhet baby soap in
the \ior;l(. Sold everywhere. POITTERi ODRI' AND 'IIIEM. ('ORP., Sole
Prop-., Boston, I'. S. A. How to Purify ail Bleautify the Skin." free.

Complete External and Internal Treatment of Every Humor.
CUTICURA ('Cnlstit'r:, of crni Pt Sosor' (2 ic to cleansI the skin of crusts and scales and oftent
THE SET $1 25' '.:l'k,-'t cuticle.i'* IT' a Ontment (Sie.). o .nstantly allay itchiug and irration and
.t em I bt an I (C ricr tr-oi VENT I CA.). to .ool Mnd iclnsei the blood. AsiLagle
set Ls uoten authc.ct tc cur ti e severet Lumor when allelset faUls.


I 'r T A B L E.

LOUISVILLE AND) NA-HVILLE RIAILRlOAD.
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ri't. ( uU tu, l~iIi turf' this (latuif.
lo W. Northreoti. ':anzd IUjidus. his
a I~~~lax. 'IIirtoi4Am 's it, pacecr. 21P
Tit) Ii, ei'.4lhtA x~itla a half ill :3L
and a mi ilek'in2l 2 121 ,asa 4-year-old
lus~t ye~ar.
)Whailto, 3 years Old. skiser too Agitatco.
2.4e.1. "irkpql :a mil~t, ri~vintly Ill 2:31),
Ii .tt hal f ill 1:.11 .1114iia .3-yer-hld
filly I~v. El Beniivu I inadie N L2:35,.last
LaIfI a I 1 5. It. at i r'ill NI iiiaxrosan
.Jer's sta llbe.-Tilt-f. l'-1-1 --1IFarmi.

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SOMETHING NEWM

-'-E VERY DAY-



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 ROUT R PALAFOX ST-,
Tolol>lxoino 835 0.


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actful and Ready of : l. n m:.- iLnfuni I
Speech.




Ito .*4ino..s I airti hield
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t ri iIor. hiTht- lar 4t1

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I i Iu l lhwe -4 filul i.i-rs a ro i'.
44 .1aiiiI '111' mii irullel fiii- ths. baljliit.* of
the art a nil s'at nary in wVasiiiii-iowil.'
AInxill-it VW. III N.N.


S.


A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN Sol' It MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD 'PR VATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD MILK VELVET. K EN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

MP'The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
Wines for Family U'se.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
A =Alao Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 4ls,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telpplixie 179.


TB'EL CIOIOEST
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF



WIUIIZB, WmI11, LIIUwl.I CORD!ALI,


ozzBEER ETC.,-,:


IN WOOD AND) LASS. LARGE OR .SMALL QUANTITIES


VIDALT


WE HAVE THE O&E ToN WANT'
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REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTSr
No. South Palafox S.treep.
PENSA. <.A, FLA.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---0 Ytiss.

Fruits, Callifs, ValctaAlI,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices.
,. Tarragona and Zarragossa -ts.


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SMITH,



A aI lll AOR


Sole Agent s tor Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
O::R other Eigh-Grade WShiskies.=

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


SOLE AGENTS FOR


PF NNL1,A ND R P: VIIISKY
BPOHI ll LSOUR01IAS
YK 1,.1, PNVS'l'N w. RYFV i 1.-;K h Y.
I'A 111 Y M AT11) VH~I'-; KY.
~ ';~x IRKWI N~i*COMPA\NY ?P;
CELEBRATLAIED) .IIER-KF~.t, .. J:,,.i ix v-


O--'PROPKI ET.,,R (-'-o
CRONeIGS SALOON

o---DEAI.FR IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPROTAT-TY.
Coiner HBlmont aud Devilliers Stp. PENSACOLA, FLA


A. M. AVERY,


IMPORT e R AND JOBBteR OFa.)

mico Hotel and Restaurant 3: 3^?oye

ALL ODEPS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, As, Shovel, Saw Mill and Steamboat SUppe, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Hesting Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

-::. o0=s fo, Rent by the Day, (Deak or Month. (01 r Agate and Tinware and Houseflrnniang Goods.
311. 312 Nornh Tarraumna Strait, Oppasile Unian Depat Guans, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
0 -Teiephone 68.-0 AGENT for Birmingham Bolling Mills Company, Revere Ganat
*GEO WILSON & CO.,-:- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin Band
Don't Forget to Stop Wit, the Fat Man. ,\ Powder Oompany, Johnson's.Kalsomine, Iron King and Back's toves
n!~W! oo1u.!s to&C I Dll Flit Mal n A a.RtaL. e a s aie .a ps. &o.'.aRaw Hlda. .so Lather, Masurys Ready
KP0111V I DAILY. ID014BALE Al 112111.4L Made Ra&lroad Colons.


re23-sacla, Florida.


I fun't. hut will
i-re adter.


Masonic Temple, Pensicola, Fla.


Iriiport.rit D Ievisim UIe.'.arect. 1.GO1-V(I SI. il .IA' I*A l~llA1~d
Inl elexa-ex top the VCcun'y Cnuve'n
-~ ~ Di.. rict c ~ r t-t\Vin i p n ia A m e.a t I'eo i evit-h o st A p ril i14 .
'r i I. il ~ anct&lattr- F..Ilewiiii: are t!# jTlt i.- or
A I ';2.: **..~ lic c fl It' i-l'it'ir- and t0.,- listIof dv1e-.
n: ~ 't a.a tb 'di,'- P41j.n :'t 1VO.I tii.z Al~rill11. en-

*r.1.. ~rjy ain i :,,,l 1'yi':k c crwiic-b
1P I I i '~l*fr nIII, ailuri',t ;II- V r im Ile lUcgalature'.
jr i ~ L .-~..!i~f?* iC. Moretro Jone%.
( a~ Ag.miii -! I )(1eii. im. H. C. Clonton.
".I- .Mar, D..- 1.:e I)gcair% I1 4) 'uflW t'mv( e lvonU S
i~rs 'f ulx~r#( .v., ~ Pr- ane 12If.If.Witke. F. It'
jjai~~~~~~ I, It~ae4C 1 '*li.aail- ~u A. ('rid iile. W i. Cnr~im-i
-;,try r uiill-r ,rrv-t at Alcalazi' Prpevi 'lt 13-J F-. 1,. Quina. Ar-
ii-ltiiilnai i.'Aii With r .* iziadn a-thur J, h xi-4 i J C Av*e r J Wh~it -
1aT 4.1l tit, r irt nivrrial. has lx-- wed inv i"H rgis. J a-. I.. Swo-o-,mev.
tiltul f~ir triatl next ~t-diiesthiv hiorflulg. Precitict 14-0~u~ -,Finz-i.. J. F.
C'.ipi .,-e .1. B. R mwli'- uti ihv Third &irtii- Baara. A. E. Zolitui, If. i0. )e~jlva.
ht-ry will prusidte. The ('barge'. have u4i Ja-4 O'Brien.
been iade ;mnilie. but tht- cailtain ar- Preci nct 15 -TUhoz. Joh nson. Jol in
rived here this utorniixg. It. Jone1. 'V. E. Comtnm na. W. A.
- -Dui.hani. H. A. WVater?.' l41nw-tf
Eugene~ J. Hall. the popt fld ptub-I
lishier. saYs t hat otie do e of ]Flo1v's !When vou witnt scnipiithiing to) heoal
Honey and Tar restored bis voiceI a burn, oir :o sore. or n. cii?, why i- ti
when hoarsenects threatened to pri- Itry Fanner Salve which i- guaranttend
vent hiis lecture sit Central 'IMusic, th)e nflzt h eallii'.r initilletit ill the
Hall, Chicago. Nothirig else as, woririr. rake not) tuh)!titute. W. A.
good.-W. A. D'Alemberte. D'Aleinberte.



IScrew Worms and Ticks



SLiik'S L LINMENT
'N ilsused. Alrokillsitaqtravin, C iTS c t
& e.arr Cut. )Kitk or jru-c i Y. 1J
Sawn's Liaiment i-i a in-i uvr
ag wvt 11 as N it. '1 .ktmn iitt iiL TEL itt
and .olia.. Itisthe .. . .. . . . ..
Best Antiseptic Known.I
F' 'rv 1-ciic iew-armnted. Sld by diruggltsts andI dealers
grier.& FxunyaaZe,25C. ]nurse sazeq5oc. t-Isi w

Prop"re by DR. EARL S. SLOAN, 3mb., Nams.#


TIE: OR1VAL IDI:ToIT BAREL 50r411


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THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Termu- Invariably in Advance.
Ch" Weer by Mail IS,
*ws 1119th. :j



THE WICE.KI.Y NEWS:
IPebtois vd every I ri-tm t !. ;.r '* itr

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advw*#s~ng Rates Furn". A' 'ion ADpficel'01.


Th a pa~-cr i% rn f Ir%- *I
BANNING ADVERTISING U
j ndeo-ti lmldianv. -. It P ui. ,- "
I~gapa~i~sGENERAL ADVLFRT9e7

PENSAOOLA. MAUSH.31- 1900.



gI It %na -a 'I, g9rt I I .", '" r- 'j-,F
Pt,,irct Jr II i.-. I '.o .
ban. 1m i had '- .1.1-,,- I!)-'-. II. l et-
( 'liO .. 1 i. *4 111 : t.4- :&rad 1.IC
ban~c~. 1 l a .. .% I II
Job 4 tua.. fl II% at- u d W. T.
Itear&..
W m t4emvt t*.1J. V. .\brrcr,,itiiili ar:d ViM

TH' e tile reported ti, he in pro-
( ti~ 4-f inclweat 11)11 il. .1' "O t-1tt1i
dq-movrait-i to =ade.:-r:t*ckMr. B-ryana
has a di-t anctly pefr=41i.l anrd pf-r-
r*cio0414flavor. T h t, democratic
inamioo- tIr4uLrbIotlt the. country arp

411111,1% .d Ji-ijprovt~. hi- rat-ieriti-m r III
Ow sit-it jIlatforin of the fi-rturt-- InI
thae Chiengo Platformi wti'cI Ci-
if alout.-d ti. t i4 dt-f-.it in 11;

Uni.. republican lower iron-ze of
t he leiwa It gi.4ltulre has formally
c,-aticjs-d the vote of that state's rep-
repeutativepa iti c4.iire,a011ilthle Porto
Maet. tariff bill. and the vity of Des~
Moosup.. tile callital of that state.
which hmip been solidly republican
for mnauy year-. in a recent mnunic-
ipal election defeated thle republi-
can% by a majority of between 54K)
and 1*1O) rtewv?. Things, are certainly
coming our waty.


THui KiOa-mniimnee Vall#ey (aztte.
n the following intentionon again-t
tihm publication of the law-. arguiir.
in a cir-le arnd comes oullt *sfne hole it went ini at. The ani-
wwer to it is: Why should any citi-
zen pay anything to find out what
are the provi-illons of the liaw- 1l-v
which hii 4 co:iduct inu-t be g,,v-
o-rcied"
IreP lnt o bteraT rgui 'n-ll llioia't Ihot o;,.- ft;f( thi,:
itpamplllii.a t e im r Le L niir t n I.i.iI-gl!- ,
toppl.V the d-maind prove that t lit- peiopll
generally are Indliffetiint lioult tihe iat-'.'
A Tatll .v- sa-aditae tilh pitrI- (of 11.,
Iamiapbl"-*l i low. i-o that tIbe mil- i- notit
- xn siLn It, I.ir t''f lii, i can nit' i y t i, i
AU \iet ly it ,-taill Uil u l I t I 10 lht i:
.JNl(e pi- ar. -wii'1 t his etii'ii \t' is li .n-
o-' a piijiul>.ii -s Il Iro Itoi marratli addltlllnl
the ts taf.rv v .lin aoiionbideraltle exp.-ndi-
: .- '


A lt'.eperaie ( 'THI NFt s recently had occasions
ti, rebuke the action of c.-rtain
frientd- I State Superinteiideait
She;ats in attacking thi.- memory of
the late- I ment-d Albert J. Russ--ll,
hi- illu-triou. predece-sor. I: is now
forced to protest ajcainst an unllealido(
!ori amid dr-ingenuous t- nitdavor.,
the patllt of ottier over-zealolus adv '-
cateol-f lMr. heatst. to discredit tht;o-
Wiho ira-y i e his opponents by ii-in-i
it;itlr- thoit .hl tiuld thety. or w-itl:u'' ,.f
t;: In. -i! (. *< id i :a -t ,'ir il, th.- 1, m i, i
liatiOli. isi1 si. i'ilal ..t. lli would ii'-


iip[l t. atid :a -vy--tnmni of e ii. t-"y b-
tweein ttl race- set up i-t i:- -lte-nl.
Read the following from tst;-t rt;-
temtnplrary:
3 romin e a l- l iti -aica l em pentied liv :i iIr-
tilne-i ,'1,-1t-li~i;g- a;>ind ipubi'i-h d ';; a :* -
eent Isure r the ltmallksl Adv-rit r, it i-
appairiah tlhal tlhel ,plhs> Ii. :i. to Mr. lioat,
atial tave it.* i- ympattihy an.d i 0.o-oi rti- n -i1 sl
what tfw It--ple thter are ini tlhe -tat lniit
us Ithe tw'itf that tour i.will .y'-leini -Ih'uid
be tow 'l *ei t and -nt r) i -jqual;t I,'et.-e-lii
the rc a- "I t up ii its steidl.
T)li- r-fe-ience is, of course. to tlih
-trollng and ,igil\- cotmliiiidnbl" I-
P-ition a-.-urued by Mr Sliat- ini it
pectt lit tlie co-educatiit of the-
races that waq being practiced .ni a
private t'il ool at Orance Paik a fe-w
years ago-indeed, just upon tho-
eve of the meeting tf the last state
nominating convention-and which
the friend- of M:. Si eats naturally
made the most of in that campaign -
but is it fair or honest to intimate
that any one of Mr. Sheats' present
rompetitors woulJ be guilty of re-
verinug hi" position in that matter.
and thereby "upse; our social sys-
tem" or "-.et up a system of equality
between the races" in the public
Pchoole*
It may be contended that tlhequo-
tvtion from our contemporary does


tually attempt to do the thing
named, but only that they "will
have the sympathy" of those who
would gladly see tHiat thing done.
Wherein lies the difference? Where-
fore should such "sympathy" be ex-
tended without an expectation that
it would or might be done?
The truth appears to be that it)
their desperate zeal in the interest
of Mr. Seats his reckless adherent-
are ready to commit almost any in-
discretion that mtay pronmiie to aid
in his- success. This ii- neither fair
play nor good politic,, and Mr.
Seats lhiould call down t'hloe of hi -
advoc.ite~- wllo ar'- thu- iiiiririni
hiini more than they can po--ibly aitl
h lii .


AI !?* r lt! tl ,, Ian u v r.' I* i
bh-t. I olwev-r., to h, no-vt-r late alon!
taki:. ii.' -ls s ,r- lari( i ti o :t urif
-' l 'l ti ,,,d.'. Tak it tiiow .

-1 I11(. E\ '1 l.,-10 ,.
IFi:4' '-., *'ar-. W ell Filledl W'i i 'x
cursiti-p.st. Ar itied at No t o
T.:. c! .-:ip -; ec; -x.ur i i,'i rIi
..:; t;;! l',- i-a o ;::t a!!l A ,' it, ,i y:
-iloii '.f t A N. Iront Iti i ;-r Juline
till t*-il,iV :, rj!rinL v;-ir- t,
tlhe w.i r -'i-ael-. was a lbi .t'i----.-
Thie trains t :;c lit in a:t 12:i,"0 in t\v
-,-ctiIoi- of 4 line t-iacr--, each. al
well illled. The'1'1 in'jrity of the ex
cur-ionii-ts are white titizeli-. hbu
at)iout twX, colachl loads of c',lirt
pt)-o l l t look advantage if thi' liow
rati-- to vi-it thilis ciy.
'The hiy- from l the- town- aloia the
lii., acoilnpitnied by tlieir Itw-s
-irl-. are tier-I to have a go ld tilile.
Many o f thlie are rigged out iil
spring -u it, and are wearing ,i-;ol .
-traw nats. THi' NEW.- ext;nlin d to
the-m a cordial welcomed and wi-he
tht ll a jolly visit.
If you want to -ee-whether yolu
buy or not--som of the hand-isotin-
and cheapest High-class Walnut
Bed-room Sets ever exhibited h lr',
io to O. 31. Prypor's Bargain Furni
ture Hou-e.


A COUNTRY MAN IN 11tOUBIA-'.
lie is Arresited on TwoSerious (Char-,ie
-Now) in Coliuny Jail
Rolt. John-o,. a white carpenter
whose ileilli- i in (lree ville, wa-
arrested yesterday on the following
charges: Obtaining money under
false preten-es and larceny.
John-on went to the furniture *store
of 0. M. Pryor and picked o,,ut a suite
of furniture and said kie would re-
turn later for th-ill. B-.fore it- avim-
hlie told M1r. Pryor that lie hadl a lot
of eg-s in the freight depot, but did
not have thi mnqans of ge't:un them
out, as ih had been '"out )on the
town" the nignt before. Mr. Pryor
gave him a check for $2.75. then he
depart* d.
La:iter while' at .1. I. Stephens' jew-
elry store pricing jewelry. he .-l,'pped
a -olid go'd watch ca.ie in hiis picket.
The mai:tter was rtepll ted toi the po-
lice a:id( Johnli.on was -ton bieh!iid
the prii-n bar-. II th-- police court
this milorniing t, wa- turi.d ijov r tol
til- counllty a :iil ritie'i.


Oiad Steel o- leal i.
"-There i- but one simiall chain' to
saY. your life and that i- throui, ilan
operations," wjs the awlul pro-pect
s-t bi'.ore 3 Mr. I. H. Hunt, of Lirme
Ridge. \i... byi her I.ector ifter
v.inily trying to cur liher of a .-- !iht-
ful cai-- of -tiomiac trouble- ;iiil yel-
.low j-iundlicF. He didtn t ()uilnt ,in
the marveltouii power f Ell-c:ri r Hit-
ters to cure Stonilch a!i d L.ivt r
triouble-s, but sh. lih,-atl f it. took
-even bottles, w:as wholly cured.
av.oidd -iir'oni kntife. 11now we
itor aind ft,-e- l tt,-r l.;tiai -er. it'-
i,,-itive ly V iliriatite-t-t tu -ilir' Stl, l-
clih. Liv-rt a' i Kithl 'y trlible- ai-lI
never di-Pi'piointi. l'ric:,' ,e at \V.
A. D 'A l-inti *rto-'s tii i ,r+.


THE WARi mtS11is.
Resar Admiriala I arirfp rar Pa %4 ati flu.
cmal IsoII Heiimm adastltip-mingert.
[Tie' II aA.-haijI Ni'W Xl-r II ii Iti h# r
t)tII kflak -s xi'.At ,CoealIat thil'1l.1%'Y VIe
yvstftrdrov aftit rit'I"l aOi dt;:u- Is \ --
AOIOMacumsw~id coal tea-(iav.

iT ht-r-. s b m.)I fr .,'tot Ini ft I.- 11111 h t ."11141
t 11- 1' t v 1,41 thoV iio' tti
'tstr if-l or-- rl- u'iI--l: ihlt
sir'' ir-tC w ill h-2
ari-i,(..in A ltot C t~i i ~ tl
R"rAlim VJ-t et 'iritAi151.
aI h i v- ii d i i iita- s. nLi- skTrlt-ii
v I 'I o a :t1


It v, ;y li i :o -t:tnd idly lI Y 1 II
t'* ot l ,ir ,it- -lutfr' iWi: : ,aw ril -
t.ii tihe Airi ival o 1 tt;- doct-1 t A!i
Alb.inly N. Y d.iirYil.in called Ait .t
driig -tor.' there l1 a, doctor toi,tl:.
aild w,* til- child, then \-ry -;vk
wi:lk ctro.up. Not 1if'dinzi thl doctor
ill. lie l"i' word fto h1111I t1o 1 C .',iip at
olic' o ti ii- return. Hoe al4-0o bh1im !it
:1 hoittle of 'halt iber-laini's ('inigh
It iiodedy. wl:ich li o hold would givi-
solite relief until the doctor hotild
art ivu. 11i i" ft-w hiitrs lie retui ned.
*.Ayin. t!,e' dlctotr iietd no;t ( 111. a-
thie c.ild was initieli h -lt-r. T'.!
drutrgi-t. Mr. Otti Schiolz. .ayve the
familiv ha-s s i:ice recoimn limeiided-
Chamiberlain s Cough Remedly to,
their neighbors and friends until lie
has a rlonstatit demand for it from
that pDrt of the county. For sale
by Hannii h Bros 21 South Palafox
street.
AT THI; PARIjOR MARKEtr.
Some of the finest strawberries of
the season were brought in this
morning by Willie Clifford from the
head of Big Bayou. Fresh. ripe to-
mnatoes; young radishes, turnips and
onions, carrots. beets. green cabbage.
lettuce and celery are among the
fine di-play of seasonable vegetables
at the Parlor Market.
We will launder your spreads for


For Blood, Stomach and Nerves, Take





Hood's Sarsaparilla




It Cures Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Nervousness.


Important Nav al !,ratw a. n


COUNTY (CON %ENIION.
A4) Cetina iRoundi Trip Itate anid
Special Traints.


i Many and minrk(ed !,'iv been tlie RoIAERTST.. Fla., March 21, l ;-..
it improvements at the Pctin-aola l-eEditor :i!;liy N -:
y navv yard under the -1:#-itlit iau(d ) ear fir- ft-hlow i- t.. l(hl.-( i
train- for th.l elloiltv coiit, ;i' ,n a
0i neri etic inatnatre :e t of ''lli lnd- iPieltf. ,,,i. A rril l 1:
.ilt W '. lI -is-liter. but ther :-' ha ;i No .
.,-tn ti < bla -t o(if trui p' t---tlo bli i-t- ti l ai l. I..n '. '- a; ., ,
ii ig of hetter tt iiing to coemi .'. i..at t'.-:;-;i.-.'ii i', N'. r i ,
A low ly, but st.-a ilyl il; );ov -'i li -t i turlin;.. ;. .i .,I' ..-i; t.. ; 1 i
h ive bet. n addei d. A e o'l'pl.te mo. i d- le.t-. .t.* ;';it tl,, *tl\* I :i -r,
1 I -rn I I> etric II.tlt pli:I:t w..s i -t.i'i -d. w ill be bhlh ia t e 1:iii;!. f. c.
. new a;nd .snh-ulst:ntii;il wharvte w-' c1 S liCl- i.i',i-. "it '.V. \ t1An ;ii, : I
built, the entire yard was re-niov\.td bat*- anti limid as trim and lin-at a.s tie a- bhetlre. 'Tl.: ra:'t of .."0 -.it- f.r
" deck of a mnin of war. improved fa- tlhe- runit trip alr-ilv puilti!,, d li-
cllitiz, for' coalliig -vsi-s4 l- were, put Iplie, frn.i tt! on i-th- i th tie line.
" iu. niiw and powerful l ),atin;l, docks Yoiur- truly.
1 were brought here froi N ev York .1. 1. VAtI .4, N. S`.,
- and the imahiane lii ops were put in Chail ian Coi. on 'Trlaii-portation.
t order -o that small v, s.s-ls could be
1 built or repaired. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is not a common
v On short iltice during the Span- *very daY v ctutli Iiixturi-. It it- l iimitr. i-
iW( bougl, ow. r-il I\ fr all th,* t rll e-m i(t
S i-h-Anirican i war t bou t y n r C,' ,,lmilic,'il i, r-utinu ifrom nli
the gov#rnillent wer armored tihd cold in t!i- hiad. td, i ait'. -t or Inil .
t cotinvrted into auxiliary war ships olhii uorC. c-.
Sat this yard, showing that Coin-
liandIarlr IR isinger is ready to do any j PII)1'()ALS
F work the government will etiti ust to --
) the Penl.acola navy yard. To Iurnisih F resh Water at lihe Santla
Now a notfier step forward hl :i- iRola Soundl IQiuaraninle ltatioin.
been recorded by sending here to,
take '.oal the powerful war ship- Propo-a!.- aret invited to -ink or
SNew York.Texas and Machias. Thi bore well tit t- .tos
t was done no doubt to test the chan- tore well at tht :nta Ito.,a ,ound
I nel, because of the fact that hereto- Quarantine Station, Santa RoQai
fore no official government map fe of fr i ig
showing more than 21 feet of water sound, for te upe of urihn
thrt.ugh the channel has been made. a bountiful supply of pure drinking
Recent dredgcing, however, haQ &riven
us sufficient water to float deep draft water. WVM. K. HN ER,
vessels, and, on the otticial report of Ag,-nt State Board of Health. E,-
Commandant Reisinrer that there ., .I
was 81 feet of water entirely through ca county. 31i(.
the channel at low tide, the war ves-
sels were ordered here. The ease Thie C(elebrated Singer.
with which the New York, drawing ,
27 4 feet, entered, makes an official J.M. Clutters a .Insic House od-
record that will bring other deep secured the agency for the Wonder-
draft war and commercial ve-sels to receierd ia hip nto. he se hav jut
t lis port.thfactor, and are the fi
But Commandant Reisinger's work fro: th factory and are the ine,-'
of re habilitating the Pensacola navy Instruments ever put on the market
yard has not ceased at what has at the prices they will be sold it;
been done. He has other and ireat- these price range front $2L0 to $305.
er plans for the consummation of They are all in double ven-ered
whic he is earne-t woki case, extra handsome poli.-h. Eaclh
whiSome of th is earnestly workingtl is warranted for five years and are
Some of thise plans will shortly be constructed of the w-ry be:t mate-
materialized. constructed of t"i very be"t mate-
On March 2). proposals were ria .
opened at the Bureau of Supplies Please call in ad osee theirn if yout
and Accounts, Wasiington. for sup_ are anticipating buying a piano in
plying to the Pensacoia navy vard the near future. for they are certain-
two electric generating sets, one lv beauties. As th is the initia
battery and three Nl-horse power shipmnent,wewill make extrarDpecial
boilers complete, r inducements to the buyers of thi-
Ani now thle department i-a adver- flrt shipment.
timing for proposals to fnrni-h this J. M. CLI iTi rIS Mt'-1i ,t, 1 t.
yard with a quantity of imachin-,ryv 12 id 114 -. Palafox t.
and tools. lists and :-peiic.it ti, l il lf
which may be obtained fromin ('Con- GOING DOWN HILL.
Inandant Reissmiirer or at tihe Bureau P.eople sulfering fron kidney di--
of Suplpi- and Account-, Wa-Lin e- ot-. fel a rraduill biut steady lo-s
tonl. of vi:ality. T'liev .-hoiild lose no
A bill is now pendmin in conn.zre.- tim,- in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
ar l at- th gar s erhtiiil,-t townuild It i- -uaranteed. W\. A. I)Alem-l
yards. I-\id-enltly the navy d aV ( iart-t-
iltent is not waiting tthe p.-.il 4, of
this bill. but is inakitli: :ict-ive prepa-
rations to (quip the .ntl-: iil i navy
yard -o that great iwar -!iip,- all y L
ouilt here.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a grand old
r,.-'ll- *. ii-. '; r for nmaliy iv ar-. aiil t :!i r ,
1) ihli f:tvor. itAs without d ul't h- hlit-A
nhi crlbt'ii ,i fir all pi)llt iiii tir m t,,i. rr ., it
ml ttv-. >-trt-s. All drrtlr i.!-t- --1I i -:
>i I


Photographic Artis
') 4 Siuti Pti' :ifox St.


A lHINT. *-i n i.,:i.t ili
k' "Ti oe \ Mi ,'!h lli !k> - I ., p : l: T [,i] i .,
Mitl ",'- Ihiri hug l l i l ti -,r I.1 li., 'iill- r
,,u: t -, .,. *,,.,-
J.Ift 'ianits are no-tt t' fcl 'e'- t)- GKR
r, Wit- li like giood e'la-. andii it tihe
i".,llwici:ins w, o ; '. low .-lira .. d in: :
-liel uiait tWle Wi nlef ;.t iiibill; T
ol'.ility for vot.' wouti:d treat the-ir
ii toid ,itf if-e. inl-tead of .-r -d iioii and|
S;Alil i i Clen .ir-. t!(-v wv illi all
-t.tri ah better ch slice lfor .2 nil vot, dllSd S
;tif tth)-ir share' f if .
wa- id-eftial ? iU't y All 'v. .,l MARCH- 2S
,irohiaI with the choice'. llt-ri:d- uow
for i( d to a diosci i iliiiiti!g p iiu );ic t, %
(' H G nlizi7It 7z t i. .1, 111 i:i o ,Olif.
whi ,i iv,-.-S th iiI a fair tI ial. I vi'r re-
e.t.s1 1t. I'illi excelf-t1t lio|-.' li (a i
;,r"'- nit to lir.- ho lu- ke {' p-r- of 11-- ir 1
-. ftco li i of the l>--t -*.*|.-ctf.l .-- *
torr'n'ts of fin- f;a';vcy aoi, -;.t.l;--
r.., rri, s in tihe cit ,iid invioi.- i n. in e i
trial rinfr li tlil,-e whi ti:iv noi t v y-t I-t-"eBi2ll De r
,>p'.. '- d Aill account with ti,-ni.
]/ln-01a\\ ;\


Motto: Ah-itlut ePu nv.


XiOll N ETAIN'


i( 'einnisatetri I


For the next.ia -a-
kini- will order '-rt..,
fen'cing at .ueh Ilow
surprise everyb.'dy-.
any kind.l fromri 2 It-,
or voti can igpt tf," ii.
iron fene i ii offall
you desire ftilcl ig 4i,
laIs-ave tit -id ter :at 'tv.
Si~u-; -wfr Ifle at. i
lilt Lbev and rt t it -!
!etel dW. k. A. .J V.

ev~i- ofi Ili kidi

1,, '- l.w Fo r si. 1x


W!illiam olit o0ii & 11


2--SPECIALS--_


m I- --


SHIRT
Smm


WAISTS!


N >. -o l l.'ii o.- m" to . . . . . . . . . . . .

Nl." '-- ii''' '. -lritmlent of W white iland Pe-r'Ae- \W .itl-'- t ...


:*GINGH AM BARGAINS ,.
Scot(-lA Z. ;ly- 4 .:iliiz iiin l. 2",: kind, at.........................
THtlI. A.I;A\,E S HAIE FOR MAT I It )AY AN) MON I \
'Net 'Ca-h Pritt--.v


l Y:"irdl :'-inlich W l:it,. Li t
--hf .,r. for................ .
2 a l slarl- ;irtii -tirig 'iilt- .,*.


COR RIC I31L[8 IN CO3RT
Flexihbniir M3oulded. for Stiout I
lrice ..................
iH i.! ih ,_ iH ....D...


Buggies! Buggies Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick eats.

CARLOl PPretty Phaetons.
CARl LOAD PRIICnES !,snrie.:k ; Foa CKarts, CfDr E::;.

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long
'-'. VW e ill A llo\w Y-11"< SOi)ii0-thill!: felr 0l!,it 1,1 ti ".-
A\ii', but Fifty ('. i.t-.


Llilliam 0ljn0o tn & $0d .




J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
-Mi ndufarctuirer- :an d Ie)! lr.; in-


SCarriages, Bggies, Wagons and lri)j.

I i Repairing Attended to Promptly.


-d '1 liurs(ay,


COHEN'S


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(.NN~FiraTI \\'s. \' -1i-


CRAND

SSPPfN OPENING

" MTLTINERY


MINT TONIC BOWERS & KRIUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
Eve ryhbody needs a tonic these, and continuingg -ai
lazy spring days to drive away that I- thi- week
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic ". ,, ,t ,, ,.,, .,,, ..
does this. It invigorates and puri- i "' i ,.. --
flies the blood. It cures the worst i You are- Cordially invitedI
cases of indigestion. It cures per- toAttend.
mnanently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
strong; and it (rives one who is all -
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of --
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the MISS R. NEWELL,
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol- DRESSfM AKER
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
lars. Trv it. ft is made in Pensa-


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Boots and Shoes.


THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,

(Nathan 4.. Foriheimer, Prop.)

Dealer la ladieM sad Gents, Misses
and Child -eu's Fine Shoes: also Trunks,
Valiea, ete., etc. Leader in Low Prices.
117 8outh Ialafox Street.

Bookv, Stationery, Etc.


THlE GEM BtHCK STORE,


Stationery anti Fancy vGoods.

(Wholesale and litail,.
Artists' Material, S-orting Goods,
Picture Framing. School Book%, Miscel-
laseous Books, Newspapers and Maga-
zines. C. R. JOHNSON. Prop.
,21 South I'Alafox Street.


'. 'V. Ti'r141M 111444 N,


Dealer in Stationery, iflfice Supplies,
Notions, E -'.

:*0 ) South Palafox Street.

Bicycles.

GEORGE .A 1'FEtESON,
Dealer '.n Beiyveles. Agent for Rambler
and Clipper Chainleas Bicycles. licy-
cles, typewriters, guns and all kinds of
light machinery repaired. Lcksaitth-
:Bg of all kinds done. tGuus and bicycles
for rent. 12 West R imana -treet.

Butchers.

(. 1). BRAMAilA-.I
Butcher anol Gren Gr,,.r.
Dealer in leef, Pork. %u tton, V' gt .t *
and Louutry lrodlucc.
Staple and Fancy Groceri -.
Corner Tarragoa atrd LaRuri Strtet-.

Clothing.

CtL SCiiREBNI(CK'S
....1 .lMO ST IlTP 1' 1 Ol' -F....
Dealer in Clothing, cents Furnishing
(Goods, Hliat. Shoes, E.tc.
242 South Palafox street.

China and Glassware.

S .I. ISAACS.
Agateware. Tinware and ( rockerv.
14o1 outh Palatov Street. .I. S. Iob-
erts' 4':d stand.,
Carpenters' Tools and Shelf llardware
a specialty.

Commission Merchants.

NEW ORI.I:AN" *' M I'.SION AI)
P'o10 'I Ci: (C''MI'ANY.
;Vro. WIi.SON & & *'.
Receivers of Early and Lite Vegetables
and Fruit".
Ilghaest cash prices paid on produce
In tble market. Write us for prices.
handlers of all kinds of produce.
Prompt returns. 31M ani :312 North Tar-
ratona Street opposite Union D)epot.


Coal Dealers.

CARY & CO,
(Incorporated.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Steam,
Domestic and Anthracite Coal.
Office. No. 22 East Government Street.
P. 0. Box 15. Phones 93 suna6 ;.

Carriage, MAan acturers.
J. M. HOWELL,
(Established 1M94.)
Manuf:aturer ot Fine Carriages, Bug-
gies, Etc.
Repalrio, in al its Branches Promptly
Attended to.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
15 East Garden Street.
J. M HILLIARD & CO.,
Established i.-7 )
Manufacturer and Dealers in Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
Repairiug Attended to Promptly.
ihllne 124. 30 East Garden Street.

Dry Goods.
WILLIAM .JOHNdON & SON,
(Established li l.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry
Goods, Clotliing. Boots and Shoes,
Carpets. Matting and Rugs.
IIAitiWARE l)ERT'ATMt.T-Consistingof
llardware. G(laqsware. Paints. Oils,
Varuis es. Buegies, Wagons,
Carts, Bridles, Saddles,
Harness. Etc., Etc.
1is to 124 South Palafox Street and 2 to
East lutendencia Street.

1)ruggists.
PENSACOLA DRUG C4 .
I)ruggiists and Dealers in.Patent Medi-
cines and Perfumery.
l)rwurziits' l ancy a~d Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Etc.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded.
Corner Gregory and Palafox Ste.

Furniture.
1 M1. 1RYVOR'S
BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE,
Dealer in a General Line of Furniture,
Wholesale and Retail.
41l, 42 and 44 South Palafox S'reet.
I.argest. Finest and Best Assorted "Up-
to-1Ate" Furniture Stock In
the City.
'Terinm-Fit her Cash or Installment Plan.
W. H. M1ERIWETHEIR,
-Dealer in-
Furniture, Stoves, Lamps, Toilet Sets,
IEtc., Etc.
Sold on Weekly or Monthly l'ayments,
13- and 140 E. Intendencia Street.

RAD.R FURNITURE CO.,
Dealers in Cheap, Medium and Fine
Furniture.
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
Cash or Installment Plan.
34 South Palafox Street.

Hair Goods and Millinery.
MRS. SARAH I BEIRNE,

Manufacturer of and Dealer in Hair
Goods anti Millinery.

:;.', West Government Street.

Foif ndries an d Mach in ists.


C. M. 8WKscKNV.


W. J. Cos;hROVE.


THE .IACOYV GROCERY cISGR AND COMMISSION CO COMPANY.
Handlers of Wetern and co.,ntr' Engineers. Machinists and Found-ymen.
Produce of all Kinds. General Blacksmiths, Machine Forgers
and Sheet Iron Workers, Coppersmith
Groceries and Feetd Stuff. Work, Ship and Steamship Work a
Coffee ltoasters and Gritmier- an! Tea Specialty.
Blenders. Valves. Pipes, Pumps, Connections and
Refrigerator Service. Consignments Fittings for Steam, Witer and Gas.
Solicited. Palafox Street Wharf.
Phone l0I. 1 lIto 120 E. Government. Phone V'-7.


Foundries and Machinists.
JOHN PURDY,
Foundry and Machine Shops,
Central Wharf, Corner Jefftrsun and
Pine Streets.
Telephone 346.
Patterns, CasUan, Lumbr Trmeks,
Sml Chilled Cr Wheels, Wood and
Iro Pulleys, Hangers, Baoxes,
Etc. ManUfacturod to Order
in First-Class, Work-
manlike Manner at
Reasonable Rates.
Dealer In Machinery, Fittings and Sup-
plies for Stationary and Marine
Application.
JAMES HUGHES,
P. 0. Box. 404. Telephone, 123.
-BOILER WORKS.-
A General Line of Machine Work.
-o-
All kinds of Steam Boilers, Tanks and
Sheet Iron Work Manufactured
and Repaired Promptly.
Steamboat Work a Specialty.
Pipe Fitting, Etc,, Etc.

Fancy Goods.

WING, HOP & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
Chinese and Japanese Fancy Goods.
Canton Crape, Ivory, China Ware, Fine
Teis, &c.
31 South Palafox Street.

Grocqries---- Wholesale.

THE NEW ORLEANS GROCERY ('O.,
(James Mcllugh, Prop '
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in all
Kinds of Feed Stuff.
The Only Coffee Roasters in Western
Florida.
s and '1, West Iatendtencla B'reet
Phlione 1115

Grocers-- Retail.

FINK IKAS. IS(OASTED Ctl IEl-K.
I. E. I)I-B'ISSON & BR.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer- in holeli
Family Groverie-.
Crockery, Stationery, Glaiss, Tin. W\(1cl1
and Willow Ware,
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Etc.. Ilay, Corn,
Oats and Bran.
Garden Seeds a Specialty.
-,5 Tarragona St. 113 uIntacnducia St


11. MILLER,.
(1I. Pfelffer & Co.'s Old Stand.)
Dealer in Groceries, Feed Stuff :iand Ship
Stores.
Prompt Delivery.
400 South Palafox Street and I to 7 East
Zarragossa Stieet.
Telephone 213.

'. TABARRAS,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Hlay, Grain, Feed, Etc.
Corner Baylen and Intendencia Stre.ts.

Hotels.

I..WIS HOUSE,
Mrs. W. F. Lewis, Proprietress.
Located opposite the Union Depot. anl,
within one hundred feet of the
Street Cars.
Good Accommodations for the Travel-
ing Public. Special Rates for Families.
Transient Rates, 81 to $.125, Per Da)y.

Hardware.

WILLIS II.AR)W.R: CO MPIANY,
I)ealers in Builders' Illardwaie, toves
and House Furnishing Goods, Paints,
Oils and Glass.
32 South P:ilafox S:reet.
Telephone 227.


Insurance.


THOSE. C. WATSON & CO.,
General Insurance Agents, Fire, Life
and Accident.
Fire uuarance placed in First-Cla-
Companies. We have sixteen of the
best. We are Agents for the State of
Florida for the Home Life Insurance Co.
of New York. We are also Agents of
the Standard Accident Co. of Detroit,
Mich. Patronage solicited.
No. 1 South Palafox Street.

KNOWLE1S BROS.


WM. II. KNOWLES.


KNOWLES HYER.


Insurance and Real Estate Agents.
General Agents of the equitable Life
Assurance Society of the United States-
Strongest in the World. Write for
I illustrations.
3'9) South Palafox Street.

Ice and Cold Storage.


II. 1I. bIrATrON,
l'biladelphia, Pa.


'Jacksonville, Fla.


THE'I STRATTON ICE WORKS,
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
.i. R. KELLER, Manager.
Telephones 5'J and 259.
P. 0. Box 13,;.
Till: GLO. W. ARRA IC'E AND COLI)


SPT0 RAG E (t .,f


G. W. Arras. Prest. & Uen. Manager.

Corner Wriht and Ilavne Streets.


Jlob Printers.

IIENMtY S. WHITE,


Commercial Printer, Ruler aud Binder.
No. 211 :. South Palafox Street.
Good Work at Fair Prices.

Loan Agents.

.J. A. WI.SON.


Money to Loan on all kinds of ler-
sonal Property. Money ifrcished on
short notice.
Terms Easy and Satisfactory.
When you need money, call and see'us.
2*.. South I'alafox Street.

Laundries.
STAR LAI NIIHY CO.
Every Class of Laundrv Work Ilone
with Neatness and iespatch.
WALKKI: I\t;RAHAM. Proprietor.
3.7 East (;arden Street.
Phone 114.

Livery Stables.

PENS COL \ FEEl, LIVEKI'V ANDI
SALE STABLE.
.1. G. WooD, Manager.
Orders received by Telephone No. ;:.
)ay or Night.
Boarding Horses a Specialty.
12 and 14 West Intendencia Street.
All our Buggies, Carriages and Hllearses
are liubber Tired.
I'OU & R1OBINSON.

W. K. I'hliiN?.oN, Manager.

Feed, Livery and Sale Stables.


No. 1. West Intendencia Street.


The Leading Music House in Florida
and Alabama.
This pioneer music house has estab-
lished a reputation for fair dealing and
low prices. Manufacturers agents for
the Celebrated Kranich & Bach piano.
also Chickering, Weber, Krell, Lester,
Smith & Barnes. Willard and Royal
Pianos. These pianos are direct from
the factory, and are not shipped over
the country from one
BRANCH HOUSE To ANOTHER.
You can always be sure that the piano
you get from CLUTTER is new. We
keep all pianos sold by us in tune for
two years free of charge. Terms on new
pianos from $R per month up.
112 and 114 South Palafox Street.

Marble and Granite Works.

PENSACOLA Ml INUMENTAL WORK.,,
(WILLS & BROGHIITON, Props.
Statuary Monuments, Vaults, Headl-
tones, Vases, Metal Wreaths. Trel-
lis Work, Settees, Chairs, Bouquet
Holders, Cemetery Copings.
Iron Fences and all kinds of Cemetery
Fixtures.
Designs and Estimates Furnished on
Application.
Work done on Short Notice, Satisfac-
tlon Guaranteed.
No. 2 North i'alafox and to It; East
(arden Street.

Plumbers.


Real Estate

J. E TILLM%\N

Real Estate Bro,-.

O(ice-East sid. of I.a.a

WM. KNOWLYt.t.

Insurance and R"al E,:i',
309 South Palat.i ,.-
General .lgents of the I
Assurance Society of the I
Strongest in the Wor. \\ .
trations.


1;.al E.tate auid Colei 1 : k .
City and Country lProrptv
'Sold.
llead'niarters for Sewin., !M
1 Siopllies.
13 South Palafoux Stree:


Ship Chandlery.


MlKENZIE t'ERTINt. & (A,
Ship Chandlery and General mia
Appointed \2ent- for Nc ,-.
ing & Packino. Io.
Belting all Widths and I ..
Furnished.
*;"3 and South PalafIt

Undertake s


The Leading Plumber and Gas Fitter, ~\* 11.,i.nir. .
with the latest designs and modern Nt R'iiL& \
improved Bath Tubs, Water Close.ts.
Lavatories. Kitchen Sinks and Hot Professional Embalmers a,.:
Water Boilers. of FinlVe u ra, I djrt
All our Fixtures are "up-to-date" Nos. 1.'and It West luten. -
and can not b, excelled anywhere. Orders attended to ls .
No. South Palafox Street. 'lice Phone No. ;.:.
tesitlence No.
Planint MAill ..

TIlE I. R. l'ITr MILL ., icressors to S. 1 I'. j'*
(Established 147"-'. funeral Directors an.
Successr to B. 1. itt& Co..No I- Wemt Intli,,rad., ,
Oldest E;-tablished Firm iu Pensacola. lhone 1.
Manufactuirer.-of Sashl, Doors, Blindti,
and all kinds of Buihlera' Material. If'. (t d Li' o ,,r
Phone 11 'r.
Corner M-:in and Barracks Streets.


Restaurant ts.

MICK'S ItlESTAI RANT,
(Nick Apostle Prop.
MEALS AT ALL II."hLRS.
Fish and oysters a Specialty.
Finest Oysters in the ('itv.
The Best -of Everything the Market
Affords.
I'pen D.ay anti Night.
211 South Palafox Street.

Real Estate.
TIIOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents.
No. I South Palafox street.
City Property bought and sold. lent.-
collected. Taxes, Assessments, &c., at-
tended to. Loans made upon RIeal Es-
tate Security. .Abstracts of Titles Fur-
nished to any property in Escambia
County.

F18111-:1; I.EAL F>:TATE lAEN('Y.

1). Hale Wilson. Manager.

Real Estate. Rents and l.oans.

O(tice-Fisher Building.

214'., South Palafox .street.


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%. I 1 1 1 D .! % .
I'ae ,,.i h K-utickv ;,I--. .
:I S.'ilti Palaf ...: "
Wholesale a Re tall I a:,r
Kentucky Whiskies. .K -
Specialt y.
",ole Agzent for l'halt lIrewmi;
Milwaukee. \\~s.
\ full line of Inmporte1 and ...*
W uInrs, l.ili irs. cigarss and 'I ,
Il \N lifl'*-SI{ IIH -
Dealer.- i \\ i,'.s. l.iquors, *
Etc., Et .
Agents for Acme BIrewin,;, ,
Ga., 1. W. Harper WnV k .o a ,
Whisky.
*I i Tral 'e n [ < .
I orders from the oI uitrv o' *
and Promptly Filled.
Main Office-4 *I out' I P -


THE DAILY NF WV
An I'ti-toI)Date F: vr[ .: I' ."
I)elivered by ('arrir it I \

THE WEEK. .\ W-
Published Every F riday at ,,
Has a Lare ('ircul.tt; .
Western Florida and i.,;,' A
bamrna.


STAGE GLINTS.


Mr. and Mrs. E II. S,.t!h,:n will
Speod their summer vac-ati.'u in Eu-
rople.
It Is again rumored that IRolson and
('rant, will star next season in "The
lit tr'ietta "
Jamesu T. I'Poxer and his wife.
Ruchel hlkoth. are fortmulatig plans to
star together next seUasn in a new
sltusi-al |,lay.
JeTromite K. JIroin- is now working
upon a new 'oiitllv. ont order of Manu-
ager C'harles l'i',h:ui;an for Annie Itus-
sell nelt .'as.otsi
V '-tor.,nl S1n:1-11 ,i'* ,'i'r jl:!t" < a h;,A
trial drama 1 ,-d :i :t -c; <'.ual
Ip isouiitlg a -s.- li I I ;:tI I -. 'hiut'ilu ltli
r*Igru of iAoi- \I "\ 'n u Mnle. tde


THE DRESSY WOMAN.
Pnii-ian desi;:. *.r and atellers arl
making attelmptst rv'ive empire styles
on oIIth atiny nII' v siting gowus.
White aiii ti:i;.l .hiff,,n in the form of
vatiius kin.ids f tifoes,. soni with jew-
elhd ,-enters. will I- utused on dress hats
and boinnet next stuason.
One o.f the iew txest f ornis of the bolero
jacket appears to have no fastening at
all. buit i% hookLd iiivisibly under the
fronts. toward the side seallis.
Wattvan styles, panniers, elbow sleeve
ani 1.lhorteirtd skirts are enumerated
ans:i;: fash',ins that are to prevail be-
fore the suin:;er season of 190NI is over.
MIii.' ,,f th,- n tnest French walking or
"I't msIII'" j.ai.rts .of soft fluln, antelope.
i ri'" ..: r tis-tuit 'lclor have revers
n:i.d t. ::;..i. <-.'l!a f i h lly colored Tel-
vet.


.Mout'tspau dt.!iiti.i "F l, :n-".T *' c::ient i:1 the nilnnif:cturoe
of :tipe h.I' t ntn .ibo -ld it rainprot f an4in
;os4 lp li:as it that I rt:i;a ,;:tlland. thv e., i tin it pr,,tects many other
now the Ii:k.-, tt 1.;iltin; tiom ii. will I,|: ,.k .: trials fi,,m the ffeict of the
replace Mau.i .iiMainirln; as t!ie Inauinil w.itthei.
I'rohnian l :IItadlug itwoman w lln M.iss Merc!iants and imp.i.tors, are sli *v ing
Mauunering ports i-st:irring. snre lIcaiutiful winv Seymour Hlicks andt Eilpline Terriss iii sht4.r. silky qualities so transparent
of londou are to pilav t1,ee years i that a handsom- e ring is inoperative in
this couutrv utnd.er the IFroinman wan- ilaki, thea up.
wentv to ed this to A fa-hi-tuable and tlec.ming garniture
Il mntve yatw My n ig i t Mi-.k velve-t ribbon run through the
vse years into-e. "'My ailghtiter-lo- niuesht of lace waists or buoleros,. with
law" sa their play this season. tiny .i.khAle of French brilliant of hine
It Is runmored that Mrs. Clara Blood- ut steel fastened were the strands of
good of the Anunl ltus.sell ouiiiauy.. telvtet appear.
who calne into the profession two or There are some new and gracefully
three' years ago fromii tIl- r:aks of New shapll dress skirts on gored style for
York's Four mHunduetil. is meditating a making up narrow width silks. poplins
u t and similar fabrics and French models
return to society circles, in circular form so shared that they will
lalsid Wartleld. whoI. Ilavid Helasco not sag at the sides after the gown has
propoe-s to take under his sulpervision been worn for a time.
as a stellar probability. was 12 years This spring will show a revival of a
ago an usher In the Bush Street thea- rather narrow brimmed French turban
ter. San Fraucisco. His tirst New made of silk and plain or panne velvet.
xlTek e gewent was for na lcbrew and there will also be set forth a new
English walking hat with sides turned
Iaprsonnation; salary, $8. up very high and pressed somewhat
closer to the crown than has been com-


A llIat.
*Md you see that story about the
man who got a :needle in his arm
while trying to kiss a girl'" be asked.
-No." she replied, and then she add-
ed fervent. "'but. thank heaven, I
sever learned to new!"--Chicago Post.

The late Dr. Campbell Black of Glas-
--. --. amt as a nhvrairan and elin-


mnon in recent models.-New York Post.


AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR HALE.


I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Representative of Escanbia county.
Florida, in the legislature, subject to the
democratic primaries.
('. Mo xNo Jo)NES.

For Representative.
I hereby announce nuyielf as a candidate
for tepresentativeof lEcamblta County ini
the legislature, subject to the IDemiocratic
Primaries.


For County Treaourer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
tlie it )ltc of 'County Treasurer, utject to
tihl atatinI of the democratic primary, and
ask the -t'uFport of my friends.
WIL.LIAM E. ANDERKo'N.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce inyself as a candidate
for resnomination as treasurer of Euscambia
county. subject to a decision at theensuing
democratic primary election. and respect-
fully solicit thbe support of time voters of the
county, pledging my-elf for the future the
same faithful performance of duty that I
have endeavored to fulfill during my past
tetnure of t lie office. .1. W. FRArTU.


...J. I':MM T .Vl El..K. -.. .. .
.--T- -V For Justice of the Peace.
For Sheriff. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
I hereby announce myself as a candidate election to the office of Jnstice of the Peace
for Hheriff of Kscambia County. and re. for the i4econd District. subject to the ac-
spectfully ask the support of my friends tion of the- nominating primaries.
&aid voters of th county. If elected I will ___ Ioi KIN JONKS.
Discharge the duties of satd office etfflcientlyv, r J
fairly and impartially. For Justice of the Peace.
W.H. HIrTCH'INSON. At the suggestion of numerous friends. I
hereby announce my candidacy for Justice
For Sheriff, of the Peace of -econd district, subjectto
I hereby announce myself as a candidate the action of the nominating primaries.
for re-election to theoffice of sheriff of X- JAMxS R. LANDt' .
cambla county. Florida. and solicit the suf- 'or t.hotol .uperinfendent.
frages and interest of all my friend. ent.
Utoaus E...'MITTH. I am a candidate for county buperinten*
dent of public instruction, subject to the
For beriff. demo-'ratic prituaries. I respectfully so-
licit the suffrage of the E-scanibia county
I hereby announce myself a candidate for voters for th above-named position.
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing .IAMER Mi. TATF.
election. J.C. VANPaLT.
For School Superintendent.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court. To the Voters of Escambia County:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate I hereby announce myself a candidate foi
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court Superintendent of Public Instruction toe
of Escambia county at the ensuing election i ambia county and ask the uppartofni)
and ask the support of the voters, friends and voters generally.
A.M. MOMILLAN. < J.BKI.I..
For Circuit Clerk. - lor SuperIntendent of Public In.
I announce my candidacy for Clerk of the struction.
Circuit Court of Escambia county. subject To the Voters of Escambia County. I
to the action of the ensuing Democratic hereby announce myself a candidate for re-
primaries. R. E. L. DANIEI... election to the ofice of county suierinten-


dent of public instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friends
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N. B. CooK.
For Member school Roard.
By the request of friends I hereby an-
nounce my candidacy for member of Es-
cambia County Scbool Board for Northern
(Third) district, subject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A. V. RRPWTO. .JR.
FIw Member School Board.
Yielding to thbo urgent request of friends.
I have decided to again become a candidate
for member of the school board of Escambli
county, subject to toe action of the demo-
cratic primart- EF. WARn.
For Memiber school Board.
The friends of MR. J. I. SBTWARD Of Wal-
nut Hill. having secured his consent,
hereby announce his candidacy for mem-
ber of the E eambia County Sehool Board
for the northern district. subject to the ac-
tion of the democratic primaries.
in A .


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MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
Voice culture Violin and Piano, Leipsig
System; also Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin.


PHONE 172.
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats.
Chickens and Country
Produce Daily.


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LEADIN90 F11919,Lllt. Milt
ACCIDENT, rI D x1: 1 ,,'*t"1
GLASS ANDsTECA M 1K
MURANCE COMPANIl-S

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For circuitt Clerk.
To the Voters of Escambia ( county:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit court of
Escambia county and will be pleased to
have the support of my friends and the
voters generally. JoHN Di LA KrA.
For Tax Ooltector.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for rerolection as Tax Collector of Escam-
bhisa county, and ask the support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. D'ALKMBEaTR.
pur Tax Collector.
The many friends of Judge If. B. Itonifay
having obtained his consent hereby an-
nounce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Escambit county at the ensuing election
MANY V'.)TRn&
For- Tax ASmmor.
I hereby announee myself as a eandidat
for Tax Assesor of Kesambia county, sub-
ject to the action of the Democratle prima-


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U THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


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tey W .F a -,i 7%. :i a: a.1 .7.r. a. t1- me
.r JoutI are i ~ ~arl
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w:,- .-:.*.r- Iv u- -- I :ri- d C(_'hain-
t,-ri :. ',tl ; :tinl a1 ,d wa- -ur-
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DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.
Medical tScvety. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
":e P.nmaccla Medical Society at
:P< Roard of Health office at *
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 anid 24.
Vi'iting phymicianB ore cordially
tavited t 0atteul.
D. W. McMILLA-. M. D..
President
E. F. L:ts.C M. D.,
secretary. 16mt
ivnocrib- to THE: .NFEwS nly lI n
c-ut- rer week


-Import-r ad LDealer .an-
Chinese and Japanese
.=Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 t uilh iPalaf *tZ tree r


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BARGAINS


-IN--


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Estate.


$2,,41000". ' C,'--,. 1~ .:, A .". 4 .: C a1
$300 ftJI ft CC.*C t
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C:: f i4Cpe)t~v 10.02 NrwC Y.. ~-
$4000 %'T. .0 as--e IA t -14%'- T h.

crb*rfy !I pLcaS tt!q tmt- I~rl AL z-d fo'io-
%t .!.rv .iyrnd tift!!- b-~t o r~-a
$mfrC IUm-hs ~~ r 'A-tt -: h I. ani 14 -. L F I.t
oinft frost otr Ito% buL6- d0 1 e L fl aA-.;flutA
fui caveTrragn. itv.
$90"0 ualsluhtv m- % -t. i-t (f trn w-
rry. h:4ian tw ibou.*adiotely LuIId Ig.
bulary purpo.sos.Ti. ia i'utotid
SW: IIbt u y a!tW:t 1-:'2-t *, h CI oru
$10' pat h% nCr. t t 4k g- onit1,ua fl tIh fr
plonty.fr~r obidadzntotmr


93LD DUBT.


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J. E. Stillman Co, w
East Side of Plaza. X
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j Princ3' Drinkin~
Drau~ihto





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(:llie. A k6ro

i driubiiE arcraca for homt id e.d
ME CMISTIAN -7,q-Cldf,'Ci i VN -..M 1NT,.5A


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i-; t! MONE-Y. by 1'va
(iar Rali.V.t-
I!f,- ~r N 0 t!.At- e bq&t tu* fc..z
a Chari-.1:e
i,; th- OFFER tc eC -i-pi,
i.; t!,, 1PROF-IT, d-..<: x1hkA a
mis -takc.
ti(iU J.d al
i- the IHAN( F vpoi sK.),uld
buy before Fail. .
-~ th- SAVING Yaxi Make. If
you do.
I.; the TIME anid TROUBLE
i, tbe U NIO( N t'fC! ufl(irt
and thrift.


i-; VEXATION. iL 1w czt it
ad rift.
ji, WPI)(.)M in havim,4 Ill
Phi-a I hrpe Dolldr.' !,) ILvv.i
j- for YO.OI-;ln- ~)-~V t
i.; CA ZEALI 1;",;v lot;


SS F~N GES iS3S


S L Ert .


PensaIoli Ga Co.,
NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


DI!,( I N iv IBEEli!
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BROUGHTON'S FATAL ERROR
Dr-ank AWood Al-ohol Ply Mistake and

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Furniture on (7re

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At C7 V ThoCnipoo-tprC.*x
fri::-~ i. ~tSCNote lkmppr. and
C-rnibrid,;e- Lino-r and Euvellopes.
lu~d'- Per-rch~it.pvt.
Ifavi*mti-In P3;-r anid Erivelopep.
Lin'-n Ta)i.-ta1.
Frnsttu Ve--lum an.1 irivplc~pes.
Knzliah-hNotp: tiarjin oo i-#
P~iptr: DenrlI..-u&- Crepe. Etc.. with
:g-neru, a-o-,ortmoont vf&4 .tt~aioney.
C. V. Tii(o3uCoN.

Bivui your wife one of those
band.%Ywme r~irlor sitite.3
,,romn AlarstCt.Of Finch.






I. QUQ 0ENHJd


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



A Special Sacrifice!
350 Pair, Ladi.-- Vici K;d prring
Heel Button and Lace h.hc,,-
for on;y


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE $,*4U.


Gentlempo,


Don't Miss It:
A I HE L IN 1 I1Fl :
THE ',rY Tr1iv


ANI' ~AC-:i


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$2.50.
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Geo. Pfci:7-.1-, AgEnt,
rE-NSACOLA.


TRUNKS.


LEWIS BEAR & CO., lWhIoleale Dealers. Peni-acula Try It. On Tap at a1l Sa;ous.


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'CRISIS HAS BEEN REACHED.
NeIarajuas and (',ta. RIra on the
l\'ra *of War.
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Vine.f Card"1


A LITTLE
DOES MUC".

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in.:~-


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of Cm..-.- % ; C

amm we 01: to! y KrZ, Si .. :*~

L... ...i~v ~...rce. CAra:! *4~
mv4i i m be her ow poxIow a72
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Druggists se!! Large Bo::!e5s ft-r 5:


DUNN'S *

HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTEILS. FI'SH AND GAME OF ALL KIND. IN SEA-
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATE:.--V-om $1.00 to $1.6 rpr Day. ,LODGING
.15 and 5 t it .nth PalaPte tr.er. 'enasc, l. f.lorida 25 and 560

JOHN PUJR DYv
Foundry ad Machine Shops.
C':>Tk.TiL WHARF, CoR. JFi-FER-,N AN% 4 INK .IT)hT-


Telephone 346.


Pensacola. Fea


pAT TEF\F, v T INO(-. ,LIM It RT, 1I 4'K-4 S A 1,i !:
C.i r W, dW. I n d Iho;i P,;:,-'- H Bl~- I x .1.
fctoir~. .i)~~- Ir i-ir, tC -. W rxi:.-N ~~
b!'Rp :-
Dealer in Machinery. Fittingq #and Supplies for
Stationarw anud Mau'ins4 Application.


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D. Gi. BRENT,


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I"'We draw oar own Bill? of Excnan.ae on Oreat Br:ialL I--
Germany. France. Auntrla. Italy. Hollar.,. Pmpan. Belginm Ru- -i
way. Stweden. Denmark and otber European oeontries.
AWVesselm Diabarsed upon the Most Favonrable Term,. aL.d S
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deetinalion Ten or Fiftlei .-
after Vessel Arrives others.
WfA Safety Deposit Boxes for Rest in Coameetloo
with which we have a Private Apartsment for tlb@ UV
of 1W a 0***-.


Cold Weather
Coming. C-
enld malp artringV09. We
c-Ow you ,sr. r -a Oc e.- -

ThOMPSOP. OlserD


Telephone No. 147.


Wocd.


THE ORIGTV&AL-- _


The Best

Washing Powder.
Woman's Best Friend. Dirt's Worst Enemy.


WINI HP & o Alhab et!
W19 69 m l _


Coal and

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BEER.


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PHONE 1:514.
JUG & FAMILY TRADEC SOLI CITL
Fr" Prl-vIr.ry to ACYPart 'If C -
WIPAiR Ortle-9 !e~t at Ta JC.V .1A
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.


AMONG OURt


-ADYERT!SEDS.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-
trons Are Prospering.


The Spring Oprnong'. sloe Weal'?.to e
No-% Grw-din Every IDeparirne t
of Trade-. the N'ew Indmstua'l Im
pulse* "-t the liner. and iet-
wson-all ('rn,~etl It.-newed In ti-
ew In lit, Atj~ertumenerntg 4 1* lmw
Patimn. .tot The Nemot
Fine ]E1rin crpanitrv and Ta~lla-
iaescee LDairy bL-*,Pr. (-ueth1:h.-r lr::tr-
go'es. 1F'4'rm43 ,11! L!(li 14 ii,
Choice u1--, a ure --%),,:.n f
breakf&,t f-sod anid 4tin,1a I 4- .
ties ulapi- *v aru rr o:iiia ~i.
confi-i llflh 1 11t *f tAl-* p** '.:1.4 1
the fr.--h *4 fI1r,]J by H,-:.; .x \
4 0.4 t!,#- ( 't.-I%* nt-:' ...t t -r4Cf-r-.


usual. t ffim -Lirp te.*t ie:) m.-'
P.-nmAC44lI 4. tnuit.- p ~u~r~
Iht) of 0 .4-. Old fit-i ir.'-. wl ho r.z'4-

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like buckwheat cakes from a hot'
griddle on a cold morning.
When you went a vehicle built or
repaired, go to J. M. Howell on Gar-
den street.
When you are catering for your
Sunday duinuer-cr any other ineals
-go and see how well you can lbe
miuted at M!rQ. ('ouI.-ounz, cornrr
Government anid Barien streptz. 41r
zpnd your ord.-r by 'telehunrc-No.



MARITIME.
AR It IED.
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arAn Boys' Shirts of the L at et Pc'V'~ also
Neckwear and Men's Underwcar rv t cs'onish-
ingly low prices.


The Finest election


of Carpets,


Mattings and Window Shades

Y1 RS ANX-V .\(l"rs TO IIE \PK.

-.*COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.-*
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W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,



LUMBE R, LATHS,
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( REAL BTATf
Tranate 3 For Week Endlng Ma"rch
31, 1900.
[Reported for THRNsBWe by Thos.C.Wa.t Ce I I 1
son & Co.. Real Estate Agents, No. I Month
Palatox street.1
P. W. Creamer and wife to Sarah acket St
Taylor-4o acres of lot 1, sec 34, tp -6*c ke S (
n, r,31 w--$l80.
Sarah Taylor to John Taylor-R
Same property as above-I180.
JohnTa.ylor to H. '. tKilliam--Io Pno noon1d SQ CCe ---
acres oflotI insect 34. tp 6 n, r 311 rAPono Duc e u6SS o
w-I46.
E. K. Ssunders and wife to Geno.
W. Pryor, Or-Lot 15 in block Sbl, 1 I
Nf, w- a .. 0, 0.....Is lhe \erdi
i'h.w). McMillan and wifp to Geo.
W. Prvor-Lots 4 and 5, block bti)
oliv.rJT.,m-and wif- to Jame.,. The Great Selection i
Diinhmn-Lot 6. block ls. Nw 'City c i L
Ato v sw., moth Stock in Lac
1'. S. A ti C,'i:er \'hit4,-S\V m4,,
S "'A. -':" :ilin-- W aists, Dress Go'
E -r -. .i--c ;. tp ,; n. r :-i
:1- 1. ,, and Organdies is Unt
\V-t > y 1; ;i .--N\V f :.-(* ;;4.
t t 1 I,. t .; i - ?!

....-10 I Our lilliq ry D
s i l \ "1 r\ a ,r'1; to, 1 I 111:1 a
\V_. ntwort h-L'.,t 1. biock '*. Eat
'" 4' n o tM A-.. W e have been Compl
Vorrioi --Lo. : 1. b.lck I'.*. New .
,.-,. ,. all Ladies of the Va
1 '70)% Henderon a., wif- to, (.
V. jolt-, t,-;ti --l.,i- B+ "!d l; n, tion Showi
D :.I : tr,. t-- tions we are Showi
lG-<'. C. H.1il a;td vif- to R. A. -
-.jr -; .. i n1c3.tp, n. r Ladies', Misses' and
;I w-UlI.
i'uo. F. 'Fijin z n to) Lolui- ; BI lv

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E ,-t K ,,.' 'II l in l ,It Al 1-nt-2-
1 c : I''- .l ,,,. 2 i4l.Iock :;1 :a, 1. l..: *4
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hl,.ck ;-. ti.JI -, 1 to 4. bl.-ck 2. UR E DEPA
N -w (.'ity ; !r:- ; ti 11 in lI, I, 'k 0;',
at: t H.lo k 1!4, W' Kin. track:
Sm,,s M., v.y t.,. t., :ywon! Bristles with New a
Pt-;tr-<,-S.t!! 7.5 ftf t l i: 4 and wi d
., :f. 4;oo. ) il .... ""l H-k "c Styles in Ladies' M

i. :"i 1:','9! r *" Children's Footwe
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Nlt-rcL~atit awl Farnit-r. MIatt i-.
f.Jrd !county. Pa. .For ?.dl'- t),b i
uBro-....' S'ou th Palafox t--r







We alre *Sole Azeiits For
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('.-. ~~- m.al parf-r= Full 1i-..
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IIV L i-:.J t ir : [RIE' Ff'I I ER


Spring Litne of Up-to-Date


Ore'.S ~os


Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings: also Lalies' and Misses' Slippers.


T7-inc .. / *,.*layr <,ini att 'n -,. ,*, '
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:;:-inch V'-ry -he, r \Whhi'e 4I.-wI.
(onr price ...................... .
27-inch ('hCL-k Nai-,,,kr. ,r
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.4,-ilch W4o iii :t' ,i \V; ,:- "*d ,.
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Calicoes

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Domes-tics


AT THE OLD


PRICE.


No Advance:


Remember the Place,


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"-' 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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kisses' and

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riu do0w.


VITAL MTATIsTics
FeeconG of Births and Do?
in th. O0ce of the city 1 1,-,
the Weeik Ending fiatrlai. %i
H IRTHS~.
W~hite-George' H~iow..
!7on. W. H. Fillingaii ia
Q00: 1. Stee nr.-i-.4 J
Win. Blurner atid w :f-
IDougtierv rt iid w;.
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