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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 2, 1900.


NO. 50.


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


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Davi-. i- i-hiant .4-cretary of tle in-
t'-ri 'r, who- olicottly, returned from
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r"ei..:>ati''oi to-(i' ty. ,He will Ircture
iu ti,. i a ,to- i-st ,of th-- B' ttirs.

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Silp ('oallnii at New Orleans.
NEW ORLJF.A'. Marhli .;l-One of the
moant intertesina featrnst of the great iu-
<.'we iu the local dynuad for coal ha.
xurnr a change in the umnuMil practice of
iLm- ,p.'ai st.amenr' in re.'aJ-d to taking
.11 their fill. supply. H1-rt'tflore th.y
ihat'w liola a ftnl.rt iit., alnihot with out
Ss'pir ein, th a ilA d et.ii th c'oal at tht.
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COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF


iTe Succeeds to the Position

Held by Joubert.


BRITISH LOSS AT KARSINE

l;ob- I'-;. t Lit of 4.-u.ltie- lShows ia
i.i\.; iac>raI' ()o r First Reports.
ii.ir- .Le,rat n4 foir.t-ur-M:eklng
;< *lr(- .\!i \A Well.
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t>- : r,' poi r to tl r' nly'. leaving
rlindfort andl pro. *ilins !i ;mat nrrthirly
dit 'n 1:. Th h a.e su.;:"--: o1 -stu rdafit. 's
i: lirst rp furt ru.
**Ui<*'r> kill,-d. 2; w,,undvd, S; rnmk
a:id tib- kilhll, lW; wun(ld d,. 1.9; muiss-
ing, 3."
.venvu thp di'tails (f th a.ngag-; nli.t at-
:arnine Swatiohd 1i fow Wiles south id
Bnubdfort, fail au Instill much interes-t.
It appersi toLhaveibfiil aone-sidv e afftir.
althvoa the Boers stoutly held their
rou' ~finmst a forne- three or four
timnih their aipe itxr thin4 hmrou, when.
firimefmg the danger of thir British cav-
alry enveloping their flanks., the burgh-
ers withdrew in oodi order ii their.
umain Io.y at Brandfort, which, aacord-
ing t> L--'d Roberti. thr.-y so.-m later to
have d-cadtdl t)l relinquish with the
VieW. d'ubtlF-.iq% of .'-Cupying a it_'i m' )
pu.iton ftirth-r noirh.
Th#Tr will pr blmli.ly a ;gi bilral |liuft-
ing -of tU>I i lr, tIn l -' rt ,,f th' Britis-h.
the I'4w tut iri->n i.g i t:i.td' 'ih bad i.
of ia fu"t!h r itdw.inv.c.- a4 -,in is thti r',- -
rntd is rtpnired.
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oflik, that hhat h i r.n-',iv i n '\.A< fr"l.ii
',olo il d.-P,' w, 1' .it Mlaekin>g u' p to
Mair '1-. b 1. \v'i ti',, -en nl lh. alth of
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lr r,.,,ignatioii o'the Duke of Norfolk
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l{Htllria \, is it \niu'., l'la.. Maltrh ol.--A.:i
r:i\l*r iu ,volving th- tii-tl di.i>-itiii otf
i,, la.-' rnuiaiing > 'tion of tlh Ja.-'k-
,,\itvi. Tanlp and Kv W;?.et rai-ronld
:;i tlt hands of lht I' litid S;at<-s through its reciv.r. J, H. .)urkK,., has
b -n m trird by Judyt- 1/ -kw. Tw, i.di-
\ision of the railroad \,',.cr, . (>rd,. of rh< (furt L'.t Aitril. *,ti'i i:i


in the e'*. of th, P'iuil-vlt iiia ei- !,a;>ny
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REUNION OFBLUEANDGRAY.
N OSBIGR OTANESX-E


Vet(,ratin of CIvll \;War to, ol."'t on
lhlloh B;ltilf-1ld4'h.
Miii':;s, Mar'h! :3'l.--Tn f. rthe --1 i
i;il n-ut o:i of ti.. v-:.p: n r' ,if the l'lue
antid gray,. t.'o 1 t,. h -i ,ll thie tba'th th1-ld of
Sliiloi Aprilj anitd ; i xit. ive- sub-
st;anitnil piaLi.-, of ltei: ig ouef the iiv-t
S'rat-trnal anwid .l',dial giath-rie.i-. of the
suwrvivili:- v'rteralls of the great struggle
between rith. uorth and -south that Ihas
i'v*'r tilakn m lic- il ilhe (coluiry'. Pro-
Itaratituns for th,. ev int ar1 ly-iiig rapidly
put in hlilap.' L) the cofiniitt,' of ar-
ranl'miiteniti- tiid it is expected that thel
i .-st ill :all s 'rvivor.') of tth war Ifro 1
all parts 'of thi,, touintry wi!l I ot liiaild.
Thi ,,,'oi>(mi will i), priinarily for th.'
jIrUpOs ,,f (tt-iiileratiini the iatiiiA.tT-.aryv
of ith., I1 4odV lattli that ,tuirrd il on th,*
tield (it .ilii'lh anwl incidentally tor the
pur; ..-o' if gathteritiag to' tli r va- ima.'iy
of th I- ing pjarti.-ilaiit.- ii tha: tilit .
with a \iew to lo;'iating thle' po-itionI It(
Ilhe vL'.ii u.. oitii id. that f ouig't ,''i
4 0th .idh-- i ordtr that u iitallh- mark '
;3l1 1 lit.'llu llLi ('l >l lii ,illfuo :i\'14 ,t' th",
,I' ,i-i,-' d(, 'ids of armit-; r< ':. ,t,'d in'l42 i;"
ie .t Up I.v thp ,Shihl,;i Mliti.'- p lrk
lurnt oi tileI llitetd dati .

PECULIAR CASE IN COURT.
ilistuna.jJildge 0lohla. Sln:%v y IM:-ria;ig
( ontri't-, Arf' Valid.
hBosl.,, MAir0-i ml.-J.udg, KRichard-
SA)n, ill It l),i'aci hi if promii.-?.: 13 aeit has
jiiit ruhld thnt a SuAnday night (coutra't
of niarriagt- i. not void uudcr the geu-
er-il Stunday law.
'-l viuew," l e savy, "~ f what comnlilnn
knowlh-ld,'e show.. what has xben dou( e
on Sunday and Sundui veny tv infgi in rfe-
ipect to co;trncts of nmairriag., I should
doubt very much if it was geniraully
thought that anu t;igagem(ent which was
mad- onl Sunday wat. void. In the purt
of the. iouintry where imy youth was
pas*.ld, though it may havel b1'eln only a
plhiisaut dIel.sion, w usWed to think that
sui'1i eiki.apgon't-1 t wt ri aii 1 htg thI linings
that Sunldayi. and e.-i.<'lilly SUidiay
v'.ni'if. wt iititute < fo'."

ARRESTED IN CHATTANOOGA
;Gang .1' r 'i-.r.k (h urged With iMany
( '-i'l- I''sCaptured.
'ii\ i \\40)t,. MiMarc'h :;1.-The loal
Ipoli, n:ihriri...- huv, itrr'te- ;i gaiuK
of ('.,',,-. utlliUo th' 1elllll r' bwing
I'rani'k Dumian, John D. \V,.st lid
.l l(ii Fat l'i, i'tlitjfi.jd hby offihcrs from
Birn:inighun a!- the i. u'N \-h. houv. l.' .
'nllgilga i.i whtol.'. tl ro)l.r:v. -. f+blo iw-
inig and uin'oler nlar thut rall io'th.iili. Early iu Fl"bruary the
ga ng ,nIi,-red aild nhblt4l ilth po)stAtffi 't'
at Ptrry, (i G., elttinig $14.o.KJ in money
nlid st:nrivp. 4 ):i the nighr oif Marclh I
rti'y V i''l',d il .51fl.-< of ith- postolth.'.s
lit Avondlil" inld tWoodl;l\n. Thl'y il .o
r,>;,,-d, "] .t.ih e at El;,'o: ::,;'rting $'>.).
! ,.:" i ii.-' .t'ellt4d tiln *eli't of th. S1tand-
3?'. i i *,. ,* 3Ju ii .'!-y. 11 i eli. I .uirt oif lir'-

DIr. Pnull' I onh NSyrup till thew ininmediate
,' i,+1 toai 'child utffl cattinit with lt lit dr.ra l-
f.il mfillp. Motihr1 s k,,*-p lhI- rslitl, l iti d-
i ilt*3 ttw' y. hlialdy a)d n it lll -:iv'e yNlu
ni1i .nyv ii-w-.3 h1iour4. It cotemi lit -..' l.


THE ANTI-FUSION POPULISTS 2,000 MINERS ON STRIKE.


The'vy PI'ro1'es .1gAjin-t all 11or ('0u1nvn1-
il )ll ait sliou o Falls..
)mi \ii%. .March 31 T'he (X.-cutivi
4,:;;:'i3 tc.,i 'if tile aniti-fu-ioll Populi.st
par.li ..' :- i-u.d ll an appal to tlie pl ,ji -'h
li-rot-'-rin" ig fwainlit the validity of ihe
,l! fi r le Si. iiux Fiall national coei'l-
tion and notifying all Populists that only
th ,. who ri'soeize the Cincinnati con-
v.tri.'on will he countenii"anel in party
c. oi: !i; du(lr.ig the ailntllmaitigi.
Th.' ,' urt.- haive u Sti;nileld the e'snten0-
tii if 4lie i iti-fnsion factioni of th.e P-
t.-r "' ,r Populist club to it- ,vle right
to fhat ti'l,,.
W're Married by a N egro.
S \v\rv ulii. March 31.-An inci+I-,it is
report.-d tfroin the iturt of ordlitiarty that
has nw', lbeen 0lu.1le'd in th'. hi..'-u y of
C'h:itliali llity. On)u Feb. 7'; i-.t a 3iar-
ring' c'-riiti'-it-* wu< isn-- .I hv .Jiidg,e
Ferrim!l for. a white 0,j', \4.: .-tat,.d
that thev r,:-ii3. l in l I ,.u'i ', .int'.
S.-v. I. Mill'-r, a ; i'"'1-o 4"ii f'l -, i called
at th ,c.irtir',ou-' and fil. .I :i, turns
'Crtitfyiilt i thi i hi, l i ia. i ri i- I h
ciii'4.' 3i M ar<'h '.

nu atic *l i' ?lhoollt, l r C'l IN\\ TI. M.irre :li.--li a of
t'!i! .>rar'"y 3i i-. litify. ". li.i'i i.* rd. 3 'd
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Vo'canlic CIrIpIIon.
Aroe eriud. but Skin 'r'' ti. rI ..
life 'if joy. Hucklt n' .\;Arnica .S >i'.
-are- tieni : ;,-,) ()Old. l::inr:ii:g a.id
-'-ever Sor,-, 1'leer-. o:,il-. I-i:,i,, -.
t'orns. Warti. C .'-'. Brui---. utr-i-.
-calcd-, Ch-tpppd Hiandiz. ('iilbl.tii-.
He-t Pile cure on earth. I)rve' out
Pains and Aches. Only .' ets 'i
box. ('urp guaranteed. Sold by WV
.A. D'Alemaberte.


Opera'torii Rafuslied to Aer'Ple to Their
DI)iieand-, tlor Higher W1age..
IIi: NFIi D.M. Ky., Marc'h 31.-The,
ininr'i' and operators' convention ad-
Sjoumli-ed last night :-ince die without
rea, iing an agreement.
Thi- n .iniing a strike o-cnrr'r, and
affrets all miners i Mubnhlnbnrg. But-
ler, Melkan, Ohio, Union and Webster
countie.i and will throw out 2.100 men.
The minitrs w'4:anted -0 e-"its a ton for
picked co al, while ih operators offered
only 7T v 'itur-. 1'he miners also wanted
a 1) p1r Ce-t r-ai*s, on all day labor. while
thte operate rs would g iv'* only 12l per
cciit.
St range Iqtlqewla In Alabama.
M|>x,,\ii.3i>!T, Ala., Marh 31;.- l--.
W. II. Sainders, the -tate health iffi'-er.
has reci ived notice of the appearance of
a strango.f di-eaie in ElmUeni county, and
he ha-s ,tion- them teo thoroughly investi-
g-_ito it. It ik said to resemble pneun, -
uia aud is s.4mnthinig like cerebro-spiuial
menliiigtis. Three members of one fanm-
iv have diu'd frmm the effe'ets of the dis-
ease, and there is much t xcittmnl'it in
the tieighborlho. .
captain n lI.vais Ret uri .
W.~sI\';Tl\, Mai.rh :.1. Captain
Rohley I). Evans of the lighith i ',, thiard
hias r-.tirn-.l to th,; city from a v-i-it t ,
t':ilwa. Hs, rtrc n tlvy li.ld it -,'v --Fo.fiIttiv'-l
S if r '11i, t i-i 1t n11 ri ,1 il thi 'ili i!ir f-oii. i t3iOit r iim ladV. I- v.-ryv lIULl' lii-

l'hilioe i.it lrin "- IIil tilgr.iiil -.
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A THRILLING ADVENTURE.
Boat iun Party's Experienee at Neal hia
Small Saillbe~t.
ot 1'P-s. ( 1a.. March 31. T1i-
sram,.r J. W. Hires, which ha.-s ju
r,-aichd th t" ,Iumbus wharf, briugn
Uews ,of a .irilt ylin tdt'.. rurt' au prty 1i
La Niillnult in St. et.i-rgi, o.,i' !,-eiar A. ;.
h.l,,hi,.>-L. FLa.
tiij- i-ty i3i --l 1 pi. ty ft Alu-
llu'|iac 'Li o, a., ,l i.i .L3 i Ld ia thb%
lt.i,. ;;:kiniL. .: "i :u a r.it1 ,r frail
.'sUlb'.3' \V',. 1 it *.V -'.*.r~.r d LA't k to
AIptl.1.1d4-i. 1t j.:' ;3o3' an!d the small
vtst .il w t-; li,.LoO..,' ;,!.. ,at evy th wiAavt'-
i111 n i "i',:' .,*; 1':V 3" ." ill' ..ii u4tioli
W\ rnp'il: l ;i a th.k ft'. whieh
1'. '-u : -.. li;, r ._ul.ir ,'hil:ianrl.
Th-, .,;; 3 ,-in:' v,. '. i, ;.'r ''" tll ii 5 \vifih
S 4't 3.4 *. l "r!.!..,\1 : -,..- r on :33rd.
i: v :i. in, t.,w .n : r '.1 .il
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i n ,- ..!i ::*.,',.:-..1 ,. ,i .t ii lhir in lh.i
. + i0i1d. "'i plitr>y -* q'.- ,,I. rhln I lit-
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\v:i.PETTUS' BITING ri i : i 'SARCASM. fiir->l
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PETTUS' BITING SARCASM.


-" lie M1. I.,,. ;tI lliiiorolI \ .! .. In In-
,:.;. ,':' h 1 ;. I: ', i ',,1 '3 i' I" Iils- on3 o r .t.ir. .
; !..I. t l' 'i' | .i l 0 [ r '.. e'i--e'
m y" ;.! i*"i. I 1 .. ,- ,1. ,:1 ;~ r .< .v e .. >i ti N '. ov. e .M :ir:r :'1 .I -u< .-
S!ldi 3i' ; A.s .. 1 :t )'v-i ..Vi.l \ 'i 4. 1. lion f tit, d. v .'.' tit i .ll it 1 \r -. thN
Jii, ',i3 -'.3.,l- iv ;iind .,*i,' t i .o h s.turt. sp(- cf S ;:iat(->r Pt-ttn oi Al.han:ai. ti
'. i-.lve.- a i ,v b t l ,hil.- whihhli liv r,r 'l : n rh-- h.-ad of1 the
t't, !, 3 r:taiii.5s 4 il! p:- ,:b~.y 1t :e T .: :i to youthful K-'publi,'-a.u -.' t ;', lever-
Mai'i.-.-11 .. ... .'l, iiterr, l b, tht idice of Indiana. the vials lt lIi wita ou I
11,s. i t' h is 'lh-i-r. synicisnm. In th,. '-(urse ,.f & ,rcimal
O.liarl'." l ppiri (iblta wa. h ll.;i 1spte'-h on the I'hiL'ppui-" Il i-neral Pot-
4uInii Ainne ''nua;y. Md.. .i year, ago; tug d'livetred a diixrp4rtamtio iiun the
gLeuii-tret fprm Wa.hi ,igtuou ollejt, qnalitis o,,f orators 11r i*n< nl. mnd th,
Chunti'rto,.-i, aiid wa. aUdmittdI to the yoiui Iludia:ian in ItrticuLar. whi-'b wa&
iar in 1I14li. wa. ulekte*d s tate's atturovy the mo(t humorous thing ihe- s.-uute hia
for TalhoiL county and held office threi known inu iany years.
.suc"s...sivt terni%; was l.'v:l .uts a DeI- Not nuly the Itlil;ti .ir,3easm of (the
i-rar to thfe F.orty-ninth, Fiftieth and t aged Alabanuian'.- wrn. b lu the who"l,
Fifty-tir.-st asuO'ss nud was apJpoinit<-ed ianvnr w f duiliv.ry ot.ilinrd to maike
U'nirtl S.naa.r fr tilt a vaan'cy tvus-i'd the h'tiiur r *ady hy the' .ld man to th-
by th.,_ d.-athl of E. K. Wilso., taking his young one p-r!ap-. the mio,-t fam.'ous. of
weat in 1i91. lie was 4l-.: iod to Ill th" its i:.l thi, wivall' of thi ,l- t .tr 'hamub'r
uu-'xpired tr ::n .lt., I, I >.1 have 'vk-r .ih -1.

SLOAN WAS BADLY BEATEN. SIGNOR COLBONI RESIGNS.


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ei. t.4i S1i 'l ire J.i.'kaw;.s '_ir'l. 3 'v'ii
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Sy Fox riFddxni 1,y ..; ,'i, \V ,x tl
l:<-.:d, ;ilt'i.ti,ii lrh b wiL imn tih' l''.ld I :l-
til fairly in lin- fo,r homii wh'i.n it iltht
p.-int ( -l-'hh dr'."v in fromut a:d '.v,,u
4:;si!v by tive' l ugIth1. Ti.'ki ii. di:..
t.ln *** sparaltd th, mw iid i(ind .1 ill

J'iia Lji.,,ri ),il spri'in!'g ,.i> ins ot l*l is
s.)IVere3,n-.s 3 ', st'fr'i'..'n in phl;'it or rh
wh, 0 i' sPi ,'t., ;lit the wv-iitin.r' op'i 1in.
;a in'iii,.'lp f' i-" ti y>dtir oldsanld upw-i:'.l-
Dliiai'r', 1 i1iile. ;litd :1 furloin.-
I Dr. Bull ('ouagh Syrup at once for
>o'>i !'h atia ;>l i.ri pre. It ltias '-to.ei itr'
lt..- :;<'14 i. ip itively a reliahl) r.'+in flV.
l.if" :, too4 *'tiort to expirrii3rtii witlh new
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Other 0.1! *.L14i of tlh' Itallanu Pret.i-
d. -n y .Allol ItK tir-.
R, o.:, M .i-hi 31.-Si lin r .A-li- ri. pre<-
vi-nit of tile hiou..-. ti >k their h a:tir at th *
,priiin,' oif ti!, ,huu lb r of, ,,'ivuti. ; r T -
iLay and a in i'u,..iiiwd th i .4igiiior tj. lbpui
had resiKgn:.d the ipre-id.nc*nry anld that the
(iothlir offi.-ial lattac'hfd to th, pr.'.idei.-ey
had a;!.,o ri .il-il,-.
Aft-'r :a ,-**i d-
  • Gio!itti, the former premier, whoi urged
    conciliatio:i, th. h'.inik-r adopted a tiipo-
    tion submitted by thlie premier, I nral
    SPBlloq, ilmakinig the el.-etion of i prtei-
    dent of the lii. tli', first lfiul.a-m .4ee of
    Monday's .s.-i0ll. The sitting t rday
    was ialmn. thoiuh the SRxcilist were ex-
    ultutit at theo ri..ignation of Sifiognr cul-
    boni.
    Charter Appliedl Ver.
    ArTI.ANTA. March 31.-A charter ba;,
    ben'ti applied for at the offie,'- of th.-' -4
    rtivtry of state for the Atlanta., St ,ont
    Mountain and Dahlonegt railroad, a li:e
    whi,'h the inI'orlpoator5s of the company
    prno.pse to nin from this **ity to St nom
    Mountain, passing iby the grninite quar-
    ries at Lithonia and running thenos
    through thJe g ,ld counties of the state.
    terminating at I Dhlonegn. The object
    of the company i.s to open up to rapid
    trailnso)rtation a section rich in granite,
    and gold, and which is isolated to a
    great ext. lit at the, pres..i- time.
    "Prepent'on 1.- the best bridle."
    '3 (3o'i3 w prevenlt '-i'kie4' naid cut*
    h:it tir fd [fclitik and all blomd
    iiinors by taking Hood s Sar.-apa.
    I ril.a.

    Weekly flk S tatement.
    Naw YoiK, Mareh 31.-The weekly
    bank statement shows the following
    changes: Surplus re.-rve, increased, $4,-
    108.530; loans, increase, $9,Jl),900; spe-
    cie, increasedd, ,021.O)0;: l.i'al tender'.
    increased, l$.,915.900; delitmit-*, incre.and,
    $7,700,200; (circulation, increased, 17.,-
    900. The banks now hold .,3t>;,i.10 in
    excess of the requiremeut.4 of the 25 per
    cent rule.
    White Defend.s l'Penlon Laws.
    MONT(o<,tRY. Ala... March 31.-Sta:t.
    Auditor Walter S. White, in reply toi
    aome criticisms in the state press of the
    workings, of fit" liate lofnsion law enacted
    by the last l-ti.slature. ,'laims the credit
    if having the law .nam'tl by the l.gis-
    latur., anil that it wa don,, hbr a unan-
    imous vrt4' itn b'tlh l on r, of tie gnileral
    asm-i1 1lIy.
    When Your Join .-r ,St.ff r'a o'or
    lilii -lt-i- 1~,I e, aY st, 1 1- r I hf-'i'iria-
    ti?nll. when you -l!i ai! -;iit:in :-
    jo itit. -tlitit,1 .,' i -i.i,* r Ir iii-.
    youir-t.lf. PAIN\ K II.I.I:.; 1 wil ".ak"
    It tli- i' .. .l !i yoi .3'1t in

    ::nd n-i s it fr,- y. .\v, t '.- 'i t--.
    t .. -- i- 1),it o i. i I' r. l'P rry
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    DURHAM Cigars have
    no equal. For sale at
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    OF MARYLAND DEAD


    Ea Died Suddenly at the Home

    of His Brother.

    IIEAPT FAILURE THE CAUSE


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    _SATANIC


    This most aggravating and tonneiitinrg of all s i;a *l. '. y r :' ,i oii'ion a (f
    the Iblowd, iandl ;:nrl-s n.lt"ve i th.ir h -.ac ti:l i;'-tr:;t:.:.::'. i:t' too much
    of this acid ,Tison reaches th! skin ;':ld it l c<*'-:ne rt' .t!l and inflamed The itching and turning are
    almost i:nieat.r.'.ale. c i:n;.sible, the ,k-mperale sfccutrIr, r"ga:dlcss This luuni.,, ;'ching h'-inmr apvearq- sometimes in: Ittle p.ustules, discharging a sticky fluil. which
    funs:' cnusts and scale... Again the 'kin is dry, hard and fissurei-, itchc.i intensclvy. btlet-is aid a-c.ias over.
    This is a painful ;an st'),lxj::a form of the disease.
    W whilee Eczeima. Tetter, I:.,' siptlas, Salt Rlheumn antd many ike troubles are spioken of a,' di.ar'.-s of
    the skin. thc. are really Mlioal diseases, because


    THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
    WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE,
    fthe bNioold is tn a pure, he lthv condition, no lvaisonou- dtinents cin rt'acli the skin.
    External applications of w~as.hes, lotions and salves sometimes mitigate the itching and -Ilotlie the
    Inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Orlv S S. S.. the real bolod medicine, can do this.
    CIS S, th- fork' rhtrcly Vegt'talalaremedy 1,nova-n, is a safe and(1 t~rnhatitf lit cure for Eczeuia and all deep-seated blahwrA and
    #ki-n traaJaltaa It K, ca. aiect too the '- .,* of the dli-ease, neiltrah'~e- the acirisi~ t~l dCILaise-i the blood, re-inforceui and invigoratcs
    &!l the urgaxx%. aital t~iuu cea1rs t~he s'a"'ernof all iKniplritic's throutoh the natural chauxnels ; the 6kin relieved, all inflammation
    susie-and all f--gns uf the rli~se a i-ap-pe~r~
    mr, .( !-% M-iIit''~ ti a.if .* a I':, !l se W.1,affic~teat wisth c'af~ t.-aT( ;II'!Er7eUB
    frninilot! -,h tI Ier fe -r at ':'I: care 'r .1 -'. I! "C:I thia I..'-I a.--Win, I ra. atownzadiac.:int!, Iitr Iliibs
    aftllhatioloiWere se7 N '47e he WAAt'ifrtaal ',x F01 the alaf tIurs vitawn withaaat I .'rng 1-etTi'tftt". alltd in
    beir to-ar !iht-' fa r ~wa.- Kua4t,% ail ld ih%,.icriaiiiitoteil." s S- aShe ra s'I h:, au, nwas
    Tolt P1 tIq.4tA".1 V'sl lia.o-ver'! ,iiad return e-f ot ~1~ 'rC*h!- a... ''evetern %trs,4gaa -heliv'wr'rely
    -b'wr".le wati1l has. ?.Ieela in her graif *.earT :agaa taut iat ',)T and' addb. shlat it has a Cfuri me
    1k will IS1 far a,01--~
    @We: thev will chtvrfullv give any information or ad-vice wanted. We make no'charge for this. Address,SwfSpci C.AataG.

    ITEMS OF' INTEREST. I__I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
    Forr Ik'ino&'Krat H' Pritiiari. atit rI(l Cn-1
    Tilt-i it Ta: ~ -of fio- 'Ihaa eFEt.For I apretlffiative.
    ***-' ****'''1*if, convent loll of triK Po nt ~la-'Ila'e'an nnune#-'my!.elf a'.It candidate
    1~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~a 'af'*. .*"a1.li' g t~i ernt ic i'hhvlot F! ''cuumibaCaU ltjuit-fir 1t iih. far taoiie,4a-mtatu'a'a'ofiE~rinrift county.
    :.: ............*. .,al w th rt-al tt o~aI'ari it I. U hCt iaaall a Fit' id .i) l i l.--i tia" i-'I.attura.. bubjact to life
    Wi:ti dnY of Aj~t i i 1. I' 1(.Ir te t~ ~ iurfpa-a a, daf ji lt ilfinthi'sa.
    41F-alta I ..~ 11;'2a;-' at pa r. a'-rr u~-'L, per.eu tr ',pre-aart C. MalitEar J4aNVS'.
    lia i "fl ifte a caiad idatoott for at. i~ra'-'.o ep eiolla
    i:,#. "- l.I 1-- 4 vo itiltfrt lta-rtha-rarpaa%a" Of .a'ie'.'Kfill; .:,i
    tiaa ~Ita- 4'a~ta'ltlrj a '.C) timl'' nal taa l~'~a-a'~titi''a'af 's lkinitalila a~il~it%' lit
    r*-. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 It~ee-t- nra." iea.' -l 10iiiaV Ktht' MtEt'~ia 'aa te 1101Ie LV9-1GIekua. bIbjtlijCL to KIj,.*Iaraa'ar
    a,. 't a~ 'a a'.' aa'.'.. itar, alaw ln a-1'4 to, I ntIV(it [) a l tI I I 0-ta-- 'arid !aa' r m'tt11 kr:k Iao
    Ir'Jtra a' tl'atn z a autilrta l%'a -a. J.1. 1 ;:%I lz'r 1 1- iF.
    -. -' ~ ''a' tr%..aI oa lalZ itto-'a'ta) lituld tiatril thin r -uc.--
    I '* ':-:: 't;.; ar -hlll peI'a bla.'Cand III ll I~ Foar baiaerilli
    I It.. aI I. ~ aa a A'atad aa' tafaaliuaimi.m'p.-"iatt at -ital ,i.0 ton b o'fr iv meiiy','a f .TW~
    .1 .~ ... IaaravaIltl'ar laaatflaly i-k tt*a.- support ialf ha.. vTIa at -l

    a fla,1' ra.' t ('4111:l1 Na.4.M I I I v Ivfairly ar~d umnpartually.
    I, :,aI. I; .I t'e ,i r C-11,- N o -). H I I r -'
    t. *.an~~N a.t. 11 auStoweOlt nFor Sheriff.
    AI t T 1, a rrni No 1 IM tt Iet.I lt ibytin a'c nitttt'.' raf s a'i i dar t t1>.
    I '~ *~ faa' 'a~a'.. ~ H Nila.".a* Itlif? ?tplIIL... rag.. nd iita- ltto ffaticeOr sI : ia-m rt-. k.N
    a'? '- a .. ~ ja'0 lltard & fk4-1 aanank'"Faritna baa .r 'u Ity. j'Ioridit. atndf ;lvttl 'O a1I l- Saur-u

    f I'ta '' 1 ,.`...i. andl -I a a). ly.I. ra-r'al at I
    N (.a4,Ile -p'ie-r.' ~tI- For Sherif.
    .''%ti.~ ~ ~. '~ ~a.' i;. j~ na- a I xaa-ra-by an ntiounce mysel f a Ct'lltnd d te 'fo-r
    NilI ..1,11 VVarn1 tT af i 'f P~aCount% tt tilt',a'nsu flng

    a t .' :.U I'a i7 aa~:Ma~aa Foir (Clerk of tilt-Circuit ecit rt.
    a tt.:h. a a''. a n't 1 ~J o lie prno.- 3? eta~t~gda'a gt."fra I1 hereby announce myself as a candidate e
    IhL ~tner'aI Pr .'clucL. r t aUa. ol a't- --t oth and for ro-le-atit'(tlo s cle'rk of the circuit court
    .1'.'ar.-to,.aaIt.. T.Urfta'a'a ( nif l~anrlfnaf two ca: '(1- Of l-.Catmrbla county ait the ensuilit. election
    a I ,a ~ a:.~'.j.~ ~ datit s for tifa' Haau-a' aaf ieprt sa'ntsttiva't, I.f.r a.( us'k tLa3 support of the 1'otors.'
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    I~~~~~~~~~~~ kd' ''1...a a'iia ala' italat'' faor i'Vax Av-tao-r. it (% Irll '," to"'~. I anunotnnec my r'andidney forCa'rk Of tilt.
    .-Ir-0 i'rraauwar. I .it e titm doltoa'fail (a'o ilti Judge. ik ('Irrarit I ai.rt of I'Est-n thib ti'nco ntya'.sIala'i'vt
    :iiia'' a-I a -aatar. ra'-l;It_- C a.didiate fur Utitri tI oallda.Ka1K afVu! ik'tInit. I- 10thaeactarionof the ewr-titriz 6lra'crni it Ic
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    r. ~., 'Ia. tot4a the110iI.rat se- aoacut didittv 1tar t ierlxof I ri Kliall ~ Court. apiini a~
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    ___________ titwe -for a'('ra lr i tla Wrat. Iif ell tdidate Nfar
    J taqtt(ItoratIla aca' fa k irtI'1aft aaI aa-'t a It r'ati- 'Fo t tie Votaers of Escanintaa I ar t) y
    P OULTRY POI NTERS. dida a-farr t 1 u ra' -in bv ~aaf" rt I or1aail 1.'a'Matryara.1,lol I bai'Cb3annonce lL&aiyself a Carndidlate rut
    ~~I kBourn.o. afatinio's a'aeci'ik maof Ktila- lia'mro'.the officea(iaf clerk ofthe Circruiat coau rt iaf
    a a!i- acala' nil c ratic' %- ai' -t ),;a ) an aut aill ile- E'.ataimbia (county and will tIit-' p~ta-'aad tar
    ha j '1' l l aaif lol o, i Yn Ira liq a:riad, .t o a'ara Ktit-, Ira al caot itai a.and h ave tihe support of tny friends and t he
    14pr t!". 'a a .' a faa'a-Is ivan always ttaa:4-.ap. ita aoll ua'saliv.Ktila'ta4t h dray aaf A prri. 'a4 a rrs generally. JaJItN FLV .A KI''A.
    V".t tbam t .u iism, fa4ar Khe i' arpln-e (a aaf i'a nlUr 't I I lt d t ( -- ___
    *iat'iion allt.ia'faa. )ia 'ng inspeettal ana lea'Iaiki laFor Tax collector.
    Ilt wr-: a f~,a '.ai:il;a !r:at :ItinKittla fn l til a t-o a".I e acti-aai an, irat'ra ay ".'cle-ctied iainad ap- I huereby' announce myself itsa candidate
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    ab.- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ) bulal.lr a' P oai,:a-; !rk A m id 'e. I ra li' ha i'ountv. and ask Kthae support of imy
    inc.l fl ..I aooa:7 af fo-4 vI-ark1 a' It'.at"aaU friends aatlt voters gaenh'roftt'a
    J'j~~..~a~..j rmra'2I f'iI 4'a iii aa'Lar fa'aa ('j'-rk.A. If. ll'AiF.MltFKTF..
    lit Vioaa r ah'I.Itia- ar' 'aIs.~t l arra.lar lax (Collector.
    -.1l ;1 :;,] :1';: I a a'a! itil :t aaaal I "inm.a atN.' .-:-Farank- at'/ a1 1. 'ao f11 The Many friends. of .1ud:-ti I. Inir
    a l'ft )I:' ZI If.'I l aai.I' I tIaatar-: a '. F aIt, .jnk-'. having aobtaainedI 10%q ('itselitt hereto v aia.
    4 'Ijlltlla :' ll itt aa' a' I ;iaj Itn j No.:- ~a. 1-W\. 1 t: ;..:1- W. V i .. Noa- oft -at fA' l a~ Cot] oi~ty Httilt~r~-rrl-11u111 *elect loll
    i'.a'a'ig t h taa'+;L. g;'H IN I' : I. at t-t11:1116 haa.'.1.a '. i1,i.t 11."A tpata1','. M.a f.aA.N Y' V-arFF. K
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    Ing.t Ileoffice' before.

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    c>',adini. *niba'at to ta act'tion of the al'mo-
    aratti? m l"a p lWARD'- I'. WAIy
    f'or Mien-ter e-hanal Hoard.
    T'he frind- o(if % Mit..1. I. .STIWA Rtin oOf 'Wit-
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    hartahy mini,oiunea' his (-anlida(lcv for ineni-
    a)-r of the Elsicalmbia I' ountv l chooil Hoard
    tor th nor1 the-rn dl strict. subject to the ac-
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    I-or Tax A saewor.
    Thl' candidacy of William W. Richard, is
    h.'r-by onnoun -ed for ret-+lection l a tax a'-
    -e'..-r for Etcambia county. subject to the
    action of the democratic primiarlem.


    Trv Tnir: N:. w.Wnt column: it Smoke DURHAM Ci- E. Government Street.


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    -AAND-


    General Contractor


    |huildimgl:. I;. i: i; :1'. .,Tantel anil (;ratei S-ttialan P' l,aithia : -" ,
    .aid (i;lt Fitting.

    A Complete Plumbing Department under ti.:

    Management of E. B. Morey.
    -\;"i-ti' 1) -ie 1n I:' timiiatt -. PlaI)- ; (and Sp),cifi,.it '
    intg oft All INtil-, Prepared on Short Natic,.
    W L.\ rir.:,f and Care-fully Hol.vtil Stock of l -iN.. J i' -
    rilitls of All Kiindl.. 1iath Tub.;, ('Clo-*.: .ail d Hoii.a-tih.d .\iAppli a.
    HIIt WVatt.r Ianil (iGas Fixture-.


    No. 19 S. Palafox St.


    SI'. i l aC d~i-Inttrun-
    -New Ya?'! .1ou;rmil .


    A II'nlpnh~e 3MirtatnL#
    !a '11. SrliP I's diMA i. MI -S. Highmlnll. I *
    11:1%oa. bneen wwamtd'or'f ullyst ruck by103'tm
    stro; K*O1el''s'K0lIlaa.'i1'you blar'urto) yoi'r.


    hlusban d.
    Mrs. H!ighmind-YoliNng man, you are
    altogether wrong. I do not boar any
    resemnblance whatever to my husband.
    My lusliInd looks like me, that Is all
    ---Chicago Times-IHerald.

    Five Thousand Rolls


    of Wall Papir in stock. all
    t'-t t patt( nI,-- and ( imore
    l' ice- frailn Se to $1.75 l'-r
    Io-A & ('C.. Na. 11 N.
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    HILTON OREEN.
    PR F. .:'r
    E. W E L 1,S.
    VICE:-1IES IlDIENTr.


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    o~f E. F. t"':itiiidera
    IC. 3. NV'HI I'M I RE.


    A General


    DIRECTORS:
    W'M. FISHER.
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    JofIV~ F. PFFIFFER,
    L. kI I I ON0 R E EN.


    RIX M.


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    Ve~els' Accounts Handled on Favorable Tcrrns, -.-
    Chan.e Bought and Sold, Collection.,
    frromptly Attended To.

    ACCOUNT TS SOLICITED.





    The Star Laundry,



    THA PIOIER 8A RY OF EST FLORIDa!


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    Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING & CO,


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    Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
    08a ANTi) 605 t. PALA'OX STRET.


    REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLIN lN- ('-
    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH.EL a HON S PV M .-
    6uam. hirti. lifts. Ills., lutliCl In tlruts, larta, lilers, aillt
    0OM PAM In. XMM&um..
    C. McKenzie Oertin: collecting g Agent for Bar Pilot-' I .
    ciation.



    T17Y TBI iWS' WAIT C,0LMI!


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    Citizens National Bank

    OF PENSACOLA.


    JOHNFi. PFEIFFER.
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    L.MPHONE 114. 37 IL GARDEN S;
    pW")~1CALLF.T.) FOR AND DELIVERED I 'RFY.'
    WALKER INGARANM. Mngr


    ESTARTrjikawxmu 1863.


    GROCERIES


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    The Well-Known,

    Up-to-Date Store


    HE$TZ & CO.,


    Qv120-122 -0


    I-A Elty DROP


    for Infants and Children.
    Castarhv 1-4 t 1arm]e"as siubs~tituterfor (aa-tor Oil. 11,rr
    goric, IDrop; zandilSoothting" yrnp-&. IL kit I'b-wa-dtm.I
    contains neither (Opium. 51o[rphi~ne imnor*the~r Narsra
    substance. It 4le-tromys onns 311an lLai% Fverle-lm,
    it esires IPiarrlto-aaand ind.1iiiColie. It T,.'e ''
    tin- Trouble-s and citres Coungtipation. It. rearah,
    Stomach and1 Bov~eka, giving hesilthy zu.' a~ ntuiralI -1,
    The Children's P1tzznicca-The 3I(thecr's Frit int.

    The Kind You Have Always B0i110,
    Bears the Signature of






    In Use For Over 30 Years.
    ?14fC cftaum compomY. TV EUNRAw 13E7ST"T ew




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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 19CO 3
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    film Antivitlon.
    "You have lit) ainhition," asNerted his
    better half qi-ornfully.
    -Not tiov,- he replied.
    "You never had any.- she Insisted.
    "Oh, ye-4, I dhl," lie answered, "but I
    I achieved the goal of my ambition when
    I acquired a rich father-in-law!"-Chl-
    Cago Post.
    I
    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte's.

    P44CIZIEDVIAh
    FOR STRAX DIVISION
    PENSACOLA k3jECTRICTERMIN.All
    ItIVILWAY COMPANY.
    Trains leave Pensacola for the Littit
    Bayou, Paimetto beach, WarringLull. Navy
    Yard and Fort Parrancas at
    6.Q41 a.m. arrive at Fort Barran cas 7:15*.rv
    10AX) &. M. &rrivo at Fort Harrancas 141 41) &.M
    1:11tl p. m. arrive at Fort B&rrsncn4 1:46 p tv
    3:30 p. m. arrivo at 'i)rt harmnea* 4: 1.-) p m
    4:15 p. in. arrive at Fort Harranesis 7:11, v w
    *?%:iii) p ru. torrive at Fort Bar raness M-46 p.u)
    Trains 1,&ve Fort Barrancas for Feusa-
    f cola at
    T.A) a.m. arrive at Penpacols..... 4.15m.m
    1 :00 p. m. arrive at Penbacols ........ I 1:iA 1). m
    *':IV P. M. Ptrrtre at Pensacola. 2-46 V. M
    5:14) V tit arrivi- at Ponsacoin 7:45 p lit
    &:w p. ju. arrive at Pensacola .. ..... -,:;5 p m
    '8:66 p. m. arrive at Fensaouis ......... V.SU p. ED
    *%daturdavoi onlv
    In e1ect live. Ist IWj.
    SUNDAY GONSDUPIC.
    Loavo flonssools. Lv Fort Harranous
    a. M. 10 a. M.
    nt. w.
    M. a ju.
    P. rn P. M.
    8 P. at a P. M.
    6 P. M 0 M.
    ri P. M p.m.
    6 P. M. P. M.
    FARK rl)R WP*rW DATIA.
    Poneacola to Fort Hart-pbuesks and retv rD V-C
    Viinaacola to Navy Yard and return .. Me
    Peusacols to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
    FARR FOU SUNDAY
    eensaco!a to 3rt Barranose Navy
    I ariJ &n4 re-turn ....... .. .... .. .. ... me
    renshoo to Pialmotto Basalt and
    16r
    No .0ratclit rocoived sfto)r 3:16 v. m.
    to I
    C.,
    ILL]
    'now tiny Capsule@ SM superior


    Balum of CopLlba.
    C!Tbeba and InjmtionL
    11ey cure in 48 hours the
    same diwma without anyincon-
    voweam SaLD BY ALL DRUGGIMI


    CURE YOURSELF!
    t--- litz 44 f,,r uni, ou,
    nt., i- r i.: i.o,, u-
    .r f tit 11 if r:,, -I

    0. Nold by DrugglatA6
    S. A. or 4--rit Iri plt;rl %4rapper.


    For the



    aby

    The fifty-cent size is just
    right for the baby. A little
    of it in the betile three or
    four times a day will supply
    precisely the fai all thin ba'-
    bies neid. If your be-1-hy does
    not gain in weight as fast as
    you wculd try


    Scoff's Emoision
    The reSL!.' 'Will PieaSZ VO-1. 'i
    the ba,-v rkurs,,-,, the -.10Kv.,
    should tAe 'he emqj!;*oi,
    it makes the baby's
    i I-er and mcre abindanA,;
    only bu,-,, the dollar size Ws
    more econom:c,,,.
    Both -nother and ch*ld w-il feel zt
    once its s"theztinL';
    and fat-producing properties.
    5:,. and
    & 1"t Chen"Ists.


    llimmilm'-se off all

    TICAL D17FINITIONS.






    I t 114 f n I I
    I!k v
    ;:I,, r; 1*3 ing
    It 1111 t I t S hik-f
    E:-J-. ado I K'a!l. I"t-IIIII-licall.
    Tbe Hand to Conlialleacence.
    A %vtory:7m will Ite ill Iwd all mornin.-,
    awl g4-) i,) a wl;lst party in the after-
    boon. She will be genuinely sick all
    day an4l go) I:kv a martyr to a aard par-
    ty at n1g!it. 'I'lie plt-a that her nbS(Lilee
    might itwtsn,_-nieiiee her hostess Is con-
    r-ldo-red --ut1iAt-ijt excuse. A rutin with
    oil tivI;v gqws it) lb-d and roars. It
    utwuld loe ioterestIng tit learn whIch Is
    the slittrivi- nm,,- to re(,4 i very.- A tchl-
    &on Glulov.
    Killf4to tl)- Lent.
    All th,- faithful who tiavv c-m-
    pl--tt-d tit, ir tw#-ii, v-fir-;t year antj
    W1140 have 11.0 lp9tin tIj#-jr!-ixtit-th

    Cd so-il, -rtIh--r wvII kioiwn r--H-
    :iro. d t4o f;I-t lilt all th"
    it I-%V#'Pt :111141 IV,.
    41 )it t;'10-, (Jay- ItIlt ill" Itill Inval i
    Ill.,% #-d. Which -114itil'i 11,Wt liv t:jk#'Il
    (Iw- a (-Ili) 44 t"a
    .41 t: Ill a -ill Ill
    b!cAd .-I- i erack, r. ,,, I,- t tk-it it.,
    'I.#, *. :111d Ill th f- :1
    ,.":I ill In. 11.t exce-t-diow th., f4mrth
    -.it, Irv iival, I-,
    A c-ill 10111to-1 .
    -':z' al.d ;111 k1l;41, -4 11-tilt.
    ti-h 4:4 1 V-_'v*;I1'j4- .1"', :111. vW v(f.
    4-11 t!,#- c'11111"T

    t it: 111.111 it,--
    t 1..Z
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    1.1.i V- if d 4 -it t tit-
    urd.iy #if F.1111-t-1 WpHk ;II-d fill 11(11%
    S cmd.4-v.

    -ind fl-h iir,- tiit :jIlowo-d nt
    tln lilval. *-V,-Ii till Sul.dayz.
    cht-e-o-, m!lk ;indbutto-rinay
    !it. ti-md "v4-rv diiy. lout alo-ititi-tics--
    friviii all 4,f tht-st- I- le-c4-illinviided till
    -d F ida v -
    o-)kt-injoted fiim Ihe 4.1pli-
    .,f f:#-ti,.&: art- wit lo-mnd h:.-
    I.- Iric iloll 41f ll?it)jz 11n,-2tt hill
    A thy mi the day-A it) whif-11 tht-

    d rt it 4 v.,y .4. vf-it x t j r -i I f :j L!#-
    h4otitlif bV thl- I'l W -of ab-tillf-Ilve,
    11,11-- # Nvu "(1d toy iltner
    p:t-whal tIIll-. ill Which till
    litt 11ilvo- C(ollif, t-1 tho
    % at- io dis.,*retiou arv bmind to r--
    c4mimimio:i wsrthilv, I x
    ud Irmn the fir.--t Sunday 44 Lptil
    iiii 'rrinity Sunday, iticlu-1ve. Chil-
    ,Ireit qtvo-r teven yvairs tol' age afe
    lo-ound by tit*- prpcllt of alillual coll-
    Past4tr., mild parents sh#iuld
    thao, the childrt-tt comply with
    dtitv.
    TI:" 11,14V -Pj.isll (if I's-lit i'a a time-
    .if 41t -4tir.iw fo"- I-111. I'f !-evIti-
    -,.)it fr-in tl- w,)rld .4111 it-4
    mud (if'
    -1- k'i 11 il;1111t it I- 1!f
    -I t!)-- F!IIII-il St :t-

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    !7.;f ill" c, 111111-11 1.1 W

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    f I Ili C" I] ou ra: w a. In. to 12 is I.. to IS 1). M.
    CHICHESTER'* ENGLISH kWisidence Fbons- No. Aot.
    FENNYROY& PILLS st""r-FlIonnt Flovildinor-k4wom X
    Or4alft. IF 44ro"Ifte.
    AArt.. 41-My liable Ladle-. .-K frzr,-t
    f-r CIfI('11fSTEJV%
    Gold
    Dr. Wilmer So #a/l,
    0, Do-wer-U. -willi-tolut on. U-1 j,"Ita-
    DENTAL BURGEON,
    ".400.0
    Ilodloft %.joar,. IIIIII.t.. VA Musnic Temple. Mee 364.
    MMM MEN,


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    "HE hi IN E 4C AD EMY IF MUS I C
    N I N I f I !,;I:;, X -- t,
    %1ISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
    MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Ass:sbnt.




    H. A. WATERS,

    Butcher and Green Grocer.
    PHONE 172
    I- Tf-:11kes-f-v aild M t-at!-
    h ie ak #-I)-; and w ritt
    Produce Daily.
    Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store,
    I.NTENDENCIA 6TREET.


    Greenville. Ala.
    Telit I i III d orb 1 -11 F1.4 Dols .1 1141A.1,6% M. 10 PF)
    1 1 !4VP
    tmk-- It,, L
    1,1411y "fill tb- rjib-ricf Wilkin-m.*- Nint, if-
    i..%- %wwral Wilb!er_ Thv nottuim' neiiiiftl
    tonw, I.. mv per.mial i% tmicell
    fr.-m mwl-Ift hI-- Im l,,-n-t if 4,rb-iibil
    :!J b-x"l-t coll(Wom 11) %hich it
    ---n Ihi %%:ttpr j-,d. milli w-,tdwrft;I
    .0-. for 0%-pepia.
    wA f,.r
    mm'. A% m
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    LODGE DIRECTORY

    KNIGHTS OF 3PYTHI&S.
    Fensacc)la litmige. Ni). :1. K cif 1".
    niet% Nlw-,fl-ty % "'!
    Ilig flit it! Ifni:
    In Ifutchill-4w htii. Xt
    I nt--ndpricisk at r-t
    Viitinhr 1wrt-,hit-n ctr,1,AJ:A
    welconA(-d.
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    He He WICKE.


    --,Ammd

    W. 0. W.
    Live ()Ak Canip No I Wcmiwilnia
    Wtwld.
    M"otq firot and third Friday j
    "Sch month. Visiting soverej$n
    Mly invited. W. W. %%A'
    R. T 11 AM as. Clerk.


    ASKS FOR $5,000 DAMAGES


    WILLIAMS SAILS FOR EGYPT.


    HjgrG pC
    t .. L. & Co.


    W10LBSIL: Gil :B30

    i Palafox Street.
    I Pensacola. Florida.


    FREF, III M M CU 11"t,
    An tatitis ito %bwr-


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    ME GRADFIFLO REGULATOR CO.
    ATLANTA. 6A.
    t, k, '- 1:,' 1: 0, 1.


    An Excusie For Jourbim.
    "I notice that Fiddler Joachim angri-
    ly deelare-, that the runior that he is to
    marry NIme. Melba is a nonsensical
    untruth."
    "I suppoqe it's natural for a fiddler
    to have a violint temper." -Cleveland
    Plafn F)4-aler.

    Effect of Travel.
    suppose your daughter acquired a
    grent ih-al of inanner from tier foreign
    extx-rienves?"
    "Oh. tio. she lost all tier iuanners and
    brought home a lot of aIr4.---Chieago,
    Record.

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

    Nt"lical tkwiety. Attention.
    There will be a regular mepting of
    the P,-wtaccla Medical Society al
    the Board -f Health nfflr.e fit I
    o'clock p.xn.Tue,4day. April 10 and 24.
    Vi-4itinw physicians are cordiali
    invited ta attend.
    D. W. MOMILLAP4. M. D..
    President
    E. F. I t it i c E:, 1A D.,
    Secretary. 25rnt




    Indigestion!


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    THE BEST HFFR S(ILD IN
    P E -N S A C() 1, A.

    Dannheisser Bros.,

    AGENTS.

    Also Sold by 1. Perry aid Im. Yates.

    The Jug Trade

    Is Our Specialty.--:,*
    Prompt Delivery mid Sati.-dactioa
    (Waranteed.

    Dannheh-ser Bros.,
    4M South Palaro'x St.,
    Pholle No. 116. 11. 4 1. B4 x 2.%4 1.
    Railroad Exehative, Phom- 2f)N.

    PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

    D r. Pla roe u5 Mo(0, rea ry.

    physically ant Sun 01.
    Iteidence, 24 Wwa (i regory St rep-t
    Ph#mv 1W.
    office, D'Alemborte Ruildirsw. 114, 144tutit
    Htre"t.


    Di&. Wx. 0. DzwBz3&jLy,
    OrFIOE-Hanash Bros.'Drug Store.
    RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


    Wm. 0. Parean, X. D.9

    U020018thic M11021 aid Sirwit
    Late elf0vala. FIAL..
    4 Mort bit proto"ional services P-) tho elti-
    zons of Vensacoln.
    Kepw-ial attention xivan to t ji. t r-at nis-nt
    of Chronic Diseaeot and Vi-o-aroo-4 4,f
    Worno-n and Chilflvis
    Thirtv Years Practice m the- South.


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    1% 1:1 N Ko-ilall. flit:
    ..!I !, il: Ilax-4-11. X%!!,p 11:1N ar-
    p'., it a -ii.iil.ir place in lndiaiinpoliz. is
    41 ycars (old :m(l a gradimo, --f ILimAtun
    Ift. at orpl tilos. sulicrill-
    to-n-1--nt )f the .1.1ch"'ll (Ilich.) !chools
    ptid luter buperintundeut at Sagiusw.
    Mich.


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    MIo.rt-.- ,d Ill


    ),rit


    c-4.L16 go or Cp 3m X.Al.. .
    sea" the The KA You Have Always Mgt
    4:1 "two pr
    6z. 4..'4 Zz;tw
    1F(M SALE
    -.1; !1cl- :;It till j('1
    C111-ivaliq1t). the blanco.
    ;1 ..f a imio noirth it ('ir-
    Ila
    tw-1 A V., ice -O f I
    ti,
    11 1, I:o c". i ir J E 1 11 t'11 I
    Mr.".. city. 13111111)

    Three Large Stores
    Ftill 4,f FURNurvRE. The f1r,#-t
    1int4 i)f Walnut Ilf-drimin Suitt-s e-ver
    4tit-wn in 1'rptt v. ti+-atIN -
    flni-ho-d 114(all ittk B--dromin r4iiitt-- at
    ;ill pricf-!a. I t i t ta i a a n (1 0 ) bl) I r S#-a I
    ft-,vlkt-i.. bi- and little. cliezip and
    ig 1). L.wi at thf-111.
    (). N1. PRI'OR's


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



    11OWLIS BROSSP


    qvrap-Shortle],I.zli i.; always cheer-
    rul-never borrows trouble.
    'It's jwt as, Avell bt- draws the line
    11oWv1%

    life Blanemm.
    Ite ir, m, r, i.int prince
    ,-r %4,0, .1,grevs;
    j Vr V6,.j7t!j%. F:"nee
    fie earn A tio %iyer's feeol
    Ift ot c r n '.i's on Lis cbe@L
    11 [v I t., I r:,!e ; 1
    In f '. I ., 1 v wn --d er ve@L
    (11je oie lit wuz dyed.)
    fie %NU7.-I't an c( pper king
    Er i PJ8,11.1te, yet
    Fl- al'us I, i er sng ter ffinic
    An ije'(,r m-uz ki( -vn ter fret!


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    Jill; IAZZM"' WJ31, it 'AU7n't MUCh;
    'Tv-rn't -n tfie rat,-rs list;
    But mnn-Y panics c(-uldn't touch
    Avur le*Lin cp'.Amistl Doetom Globs.


    ii


    Wle cha~.llen.,g


    the wvorldt


    to prodtice a remedy c(liml
    to the .11fatchless Mineral
    Witter for the Cure of In-

    dildestion, Dyspepsia and.
    WIl'orms of Stomach, Bow-

    el Troubles and Skin Dis-
    e(tses. Guaranteed to cure
    or money refunded. Cost
    on ly 7 cen ts a day to use it.
    On e dollar bottle last tiven -
    ty days.
    For sale by all dru 6iStS:

    also 11'. T. Green 4- Co. 34-
    S. Palafox Street.


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    Real Estate Agents,
    PENSACOLA. VLA.

    LRADI.N(4 FIFF. LTFE. NIAICISF,
    A VC 11) EN T. FIIFLiry. PLAIE
    (41ASS AND STEAM BOILER IIX-


    Inual Alum of In Qqltdull

    Lilfl ASsurace
    fif'"'Ild


    Cold Weather
    Coming.

    1! -1. PL
    t-nk.ng
    nt ;.*-


    TOOMPSOP, 01sep fj Qo..



    Coal and Wood,

    A I I -I I.A, ST r-


    Olt


    Telephone No. 14-4.


    Lin of I fit
    night Ir.
    nq ecordt-
    LTISON,
    C. C.


    ~d g~a&r49~


    .4 P7


    FriendaQ


    Acme Beer,


    GENERL INSRANC OR ADRcs


    11' IVIL.l)N-'UNl~5


    SPlumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,


    No. 6 South Porlofox Stroet.













    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.
    1111hi_.o so Sn


    THE DAILY NEWS:
    Ftaterood at the Polit 4(011iet at Pensacola.

    COrrteL: Pitt Ht~a~ ~I outh Pala-
    lea street. up-btair-.


    THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.

    Terms -Invariably in Advance.
    (Ane Vear by Mkli l (0i
    16A tmou~th-4.
    Tar..' Slm tt.t
    0.. e.Cby Earra-i. pay~aube Nondity ('

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    Postage- Ire".-

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    Adveefising Rates rurnishfd on AoPP1I~C0tin.






    Theo paperis on file with the
    Mll.AWVENTMSNG CO81
    Sednsat Duiling. St. Paul. Minn.. where,
    -1 16 ad te. tim.n and other- max
    examineIm t and whbe e estimates will be- girru.

    PENSACOLA. APRIL 2. 1900

    PulE cimEcF lEa1(ATIFS

    ha. ~ ~ t- .-:.'=.d i. tool .wievn aRticlke-t for dr-I

    010elt-'I. AP' ii A i~d a-k that Oiovi-y1t,

    lIAG. %4 ''M .o;.1,j 1. J. I'l. l.x e l.ad II-F.
    W rag h t. .A
    -%k. F our T!, -V n



    -EI. H. iutnaw o.),.tin %-t


    T%%-(, io-w c:aiudidlates foir -t:iat, of-

    tioned.- 1':. L.J. Jt-'o- 4'r Wiol-
    ton anid IIonu. !S. M. Ht. ,.o-rt'zon i to
    WVa'.tiitrz.gtin. t')"~ fornior for jutc
    '*f t V- 'up~r#-T-.w court, to t-uecf C
    Mr. .vi-:i iit'-r if Jaek-'on.a.ii~i
    tit- l: :. :# -11C(" 'o C 4,11 ill oo'~.-I
    A~:i2.Atur-V~*om~el1,,aloo4


    TuiE Nt-w Orlan- l'Pc;wayvit thu.
    Itf,'-1!.* tt .*- harg,- miade bv Sta.te
    HealtL. (Otll'.-r Porter that the %ia-
    tin l Hl-ipita. -tcrvi-e r-egulation), are
    :.ot too be) depindo d upon to ket p
    .y.-llow f-ver tout of the I'mited Stat- :
    Tb:- I t- --r.,. u- c'i I:-', ia.d Oiln, t!Iat
    cannot It.- lii'ihtly pas-ed over. Louls'.taia
    e" no' trn;-" to aniy ,iuaranttlne srvice-.
    ut rlti .s:i.twt.- .' town. including ni.dlt al
    .L.tpectt r- at \ariou- ("*ntral Anterctin
    pt-ol. But it':.r -tai'. Florida having
    fw-.n-one ot t,f!.tn. trut-,-d to the I nat-d
    ltattes Marin+e llo-pital quarantine service.
    and t'iorida tin- i.-ai-l'd it det.-rnminat ion
    :.ot tdo (It :nl futl Iur. NeAw '1 rl.etn a is In-
    teri ostet I'e-aU-. :" ia- alrect aw'l intainat.-
    ":lln'ctual n l ill! I h >ilt" ot f ui !, -ltatit ~
    '*I)y ou t'-** Mmrmn- liHopital aed i i'--. :nfl if
    t :ere a- ;in' d-i-t .. r('v ,a i N '. Ir 'rvitati.
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    Telle li: w al i : t1 ru in .t.Newv

    I com.nt: i i. n an. : ma s ly eastern
    o.'m*pirsts.lant o anIh et tkf eastern .cmi-
    g gSt feel' t'. "oI a t .t Iodo I o it sI l
    ha manaaattct -it tile tonl- of ittas n1opul:stac
    OS in- .N' ,r-kgr Ilt has been po. nted
    . r-c ieverI si,' l''.tt' Ciio-rlt ic nti na M r.
    Bryan lr 1 --. t ;io -,-arity contain, e-I
    Thel r-- r. loct. -i.ilaooi- why r much pop-
    Ttae wS. a:lit o 'a. MN raska edeci rt'nw.


    i arily pro- lret. Ithat ths oe@n pouinst widl

    IIl lbar-ly proi ahbirtibat lHe popullstii w~li


    t' doso. A national platf -m on tie lines
    of the Nebraska platform would cauhethe
    democratic ticket a loss of thousands of
    ioteri an every one of the states.
    A. the political situation now presents
    itst lf the- democrats bave an tscelient
    chance lor getting control cf the govern-
    tilielt t a ti t-,itctitoln th/.. year. '1 ti y tlu!!t
    not. !.owever. coi.duct the 'canpaignla aloniz
    tih *line. laid down i *";. Tn"er-are new and
    .t4roDger i--ues than th!:ote of that ye-ar.
    And i aterial conditiol.- art vastly differ-
    er,t. It i- !iar.t-r to miak the people think
    a cbhatnge o(f gov'-rniniiit i- i:ec-ssar'y w heih
    there is a demnand for lalt)r and i.iolt-y is
    abundant. as is tbe ct-' now. thiain liheln
    emiploym le-nt cannot l hilad at:nd l ni'ey- i i!l
    htlinog, as was the ca'- In I'. .
    There a- go:l;g to be a great daui more
    -%ild atiaout .lpp))-it!on to the nomination of
    Mr. Br)anti. tut it is not go.: n to amount to
    aiythiu., u:llesi, a troong cad.dait in op-
    po-ltiun a~ brought out.
    The Hlrmiugham News say-.:
    The democracy, of all ttini-. at'.lIIo; win
    oil a popuolit platform n i ''. It pulled th.-
    hich water mark of strength on such a
    platfuroi in 1it.1;, when couditoaunti.wrer most
    prupi:l.iuu% for succ.--s on I1 ts-t of declira-
    tiouts of that character. And it was defeat-
    ed then. 'hibs year with the country highly
    protperouti, free -.alver dead and live i-..ues
    like expansion pressing to the front. the
    party that ties itself to populist ideaas is gto-
    iug tu be overhlielminglv repudiated.
    The Macon Telegraph says:
    I undoubtedly a lot of gratuitous and de-
    structi\-ve ammunition has bet n unloaded in
    tht' cramp oft the democrats by the blind re-
    publian leaders. It remains to be teen
    wht-tber their fo:t.-r will wisely s substitute
    It in great part for some of the powde-r and
    ru-ty iI at ui- that were louod.-d in -I ;' and
    can never against a iladet to carry a iballe:.
    It .- gre-atly Ito btr f-ared, thowuie r. that tIL
    iLubt USeie'b anld lopelv-Ily ru-teJ p;-.- Iln
    thl- o hole bu ttt-ry ai against to 1w l rigg.-d
    otut aind p]i'.- '-d in it farin r I- a-tlin po-1.i-
    t. ,:;. V. .% rTt-r ol cour..,' t t i.t. :,. pi.,-'ce atf
    !.aV3. ord;;ance Ilat.iA'-d i"* t '.. A :i!chi lit-
    l.,'i .-I;ic, t*--,n -p:k,-d andI :- ini\ t, igolod for
    I:',thin I>jt to \.t- t** powd-r. inako- a kt .-;i-
    *:ig no:-:-, uii-.- du-t aid (dr.op 1t-p nIt ba
    at 'out a lutidrtd .I-e: fruin t:. ta t :r:::
    Ipo.:.;.
    T he Atlanta Journal says:
    .\A- .ev-ry(body knows. it was tnl. current'.
    .Ut -o ittin w,1.;', n ca'i-d t;h tl ittcralic di-
    v.-..n1- in !**'.. Th'. currency ,i 1. tiot :i \ t-i
    thn t-iupperimos-t in the. mind- d f the pe p.,.
    ;: not .*o now. There aire *th r :--ue-
    Shi1-'i air- considered far inore' pr'"ssi:inz ijid
    w;ti!ch involve 1 i t largr !aleabrf ;.,ur : e .I-
    fat- o( I i.t :he :itry.


    .A Powder Mlill Elpot-i'it.
    R'iio ,v'-- everylthiz in dIti!;t: :"
    'oi dra-tic inm.ral .a'il,-. but tooth!
    :,re mighty dangerou-. ID),n't dynia-
    iilte the dtlicato- in:iahiiin-ry of yout-
    h)-,iy with calotmel, crolton oil or
    0,,io-- pill-. when Dr. King'- New
    aife l'ili-, whi-ch are wgontle a-; a
    -uinntl-r l:'e-ze., do t!he woilk petr-
    fectly. Cure- Headacr:e-. Con-tila-
    titon. ()nly :, ct-. at WV. A. D'Alhnm-
    bert(".- .


    Noe Atid Vo'aeit Aro'etot.d and

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    EXPORTS FOR MARCH


    An Increase in Timber and
    Lumber of 3 483,376 s ft.


    Tlhe Aggregate Value Slightly Irf-
    'rea-ed From -'February. nut Much
    Ibar-er Than in March. lSI00. and
    Nearly Double That of March.

    I)uring last month there arrived in
    Pensacola IS steam vw-ssel-. with an
    aggregate tonnage of 2.tll., and 24;
    sail vessels, with an agriegate ton-
    nage of 16;.576. There were cleared
    20 steam vessels, aggregating in ton-
    nage 30,71S,. and 30 sail vessels, of an
    aggregate tonnage of 21.7P".
    The aggregate value of exports to
    foreign ports was $1,241,07t;6 as
    again-t $1.546.947 for February, 1;.-
    022,27Sfor March, 1899, aLd $738,769
    for March, 1898.
    The exports of timber and lumber
    agtgregated 2S,458,685 s ft. as against
    24.y75,3A9 s ft. for February.
    The exports were distributed to
    foreign ports as follows:
    Liverpool .. s g '.4
    lremen : .(i>
    Venice .. .
    Havna r a;,c*
    HambDuro 7:.7.;
    A insterdairn iid t arhlitf 31.774
    ochetfort ... -. .
    !-t. l'etersabuig "-. 17
    Antwerp 1.;''
    TanImpi .,, -
    Mataticte ter

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    Hafvrr 7.0; 1
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    K tt-rdaina .',
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    l.iib -ck ..-, :,
    't. aai/ii t '.'
    Hull '.,s4
    K)~to ario '.70a
    - t. rr.r 7.7.
    ?ihariiin->s 7,.7'.,
    il;r 1 t-' T; I.
    CI a rkat -h ;.+
    ('ii rlarvo" .*.-. 't. I -rr- ;nl Hay 1 :. tI l:a t .-

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    The ite-msn of exports wr- :
    T;int-r and lumber. It
    i stk luilln b-r. s ft ...
    Wintewod lumber. s It
    (,,tii lunmbetr. ft
    Mihogtany lumnbhrs ft
    t'otton wood lumber, f It
    'Itnaildaing. ft
    Lftths. handles
    N\%oId handle., cae. .
    F furniture, lI .
    lto-ii. bbil-
    i'hospthalt rock. tonsl
    t-uperphosphltte. ton-
    oal., to .... ....
    Manlafaetured ironl,lb)s
    tl.fl 11 I11, bX
    Paunibb-rs' material. lbs
    1-l Ir .x ttiiguisber aid cth-illi.cal-. 11'
    iaciinery parts. lbs
    Pigl Iron, tolls .....
    old iron, ton?.
    I a ll-r .-' lh .. ...
    l(,n pilp an'l litth i,-. ll-
    it-el i iiro L i,. t'iat .--
    Ituggy poles
    Irun safe'
    t('t Ito;i. Iloa i-.
    tC'tton d l n>I it.-
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    We will launder yourf preiads for
    15. eentl each and make them 1l)0k
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    1.4


    Aitenul..., I' C. V
    The regular nlmothly me-tiai- (o
    Ward camp No. 10.u U. C. V.. wl I
    convene at b p. ui., Tuesday. Api il
    3rd.
    Arrangements will have to I e
    mnade at this ilee-ttiLg for the zt-iti-
    reutioin in this city on April ;lt:
    and 27th. aud every member of Canlmp
    Ward is specially reque-stt-d to lilkL-
    it a point t. attend this ue.-t ig., o,,
    the good naule of 'enllacola as it
    city of hospitality, depeild- on tihe
    action of lour camp. \We IlnUU-t not
    make a failure.
    liv order of the contmand-r.
    N. B. CooK. Adjutant.

    I)Do not fail to read the advvrtise-
    ment of 'TEETHINA inll this paper.
    i-'duCatioinal Addit en.
    Piof. Robt. W. T;ylor. the north-
    ern uaent for the Tuskegee school.
    will address the citizens of Pensaco-
    la to-night at Big Zion church. I.
    L. Purcell, Esq.. will also speak
    Some of the very best local muii-
    cians will furnish music.
    S. D. J.A'Kes(,N.




    Confectionery in lot. 201 and 2 i-cent
    boxes. Try them. All dealer- sell
    them.

    COFFEE, COFFEE.

    Roasting a Specialty.

    Have you tried Swans'
    I)ownflour.' It is the whitest
    and sweetest on the .4meri-
    can market, in barrels, half
    barrels, 2' pound and 12
    pound sacks, wholesale and
    retail.
    Try )elatours Ginlger
    .41e; best Mineral Ii'aters
    on the market, equal to im-
    ported goods., and only
    .$1.10 per dozen.
    Tri/ our Freshly Rhoasted
    Coffee.


    ..4s. Mf'HIU(;I[.
    Wh7holewale and Retail (f
    cerC. Phone 1


    iro-
    05.


    If you wal t to -.c---whether yo'i
    buy or not-.!mtofile tIf the Iaiind-,tan.-I
    and cheapest Hiigh-cl.i--. \Valut
    Bed-room S et, ever exhibited liprs,
    go to(). M. Pryori'- BarLaint Furni
    ture Hou-e.


    To FIurni'sh Flresh Water at the Santa
    Il ia Sound Quaralnine statuiin.
    Proposals are invited to sink 1or
    bore wells at the Santa Rosa Soutind
    Q laralitine Station, Sanlta Rot-a
    Snund, for the purpose of furnihiti'n.
    a botuntifuil -upply of pure drinking
    \w:m r. m'.1. K. II EKt,
    A ,t.t 4,Ito B,,:ird of Ife:altlI. E.--


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    10.. -tifi'o~ri~i~' fromtakidtit-v oh--
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    2--SPECIALS-->


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    Scotch Zephyr Gingham. 2-,- kind. at......
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    Buggies! Buggies Buggies!


    A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick


    Pretty Phaetons
    ClAR LOAD PRCllE! sani: EorC Crs, iS. L


    Any and Every Style!


    BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLE..

    First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
    Y,*-- W e will Allow Y, Ain t :it Fatty R D ;,"-



    Uhlljlim lobnon & Sont.



    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


    - Itiltf utturer--i aan (I D-a Iti- ,a


    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons indil IIr.i%.

    :I Repairing Attended to Promptly.
    SEFAST (;.AIA:D ST. 1 : : : : N .1 -1 \ \


    A RPi[PION OR DINING DUNN'S


    MINT W~rErRS OR ? 8N BONS.
    iTV Ili I Ili w i ip


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    Artist.


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    D R E S S mAK ERII


    I ILN'TAIN


    IINT TONIc


    Ev,- I Vybo"y Ih 'I- a t.,:.i( t'i'-'
    l.azy -prina. l.iy- to, d ive- :,way tha:
    tiro I ft-elini-. .Mountain Mintn To does tli. It invigorate- arid puri-
    fl-e the blood. It cur'-sth-a woni-t
    ca-t- of indizre'tion. It cure, per-
    manettly all stomach trouble. It
    Inak.e th,- nick well: tl.- we,-k
    -troni: and it ive- ionf- wlho i- all
    run down a new leaa" on life id t
    healthy appetite. Mountain M11int
    Tonic has be-n tri,-d by htindr'-d- of
    people in Pen-acola. r-veryone of
    whom heartily reconmmeainds it a- the
    best tonic they ever u--.d. It d-oe-
    more than we claim for it. One -dol-
    I .... .* Ri ..>1a ivh ,.,tt1Po f,,r fiv-* d(l,,1-


    HOTEL


    f)N UROPEA.k PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and N'c'.:.
    Y-I .-:.I-'. ISil AN 1) .-A'1: I):. AI.I. KINI- 1\ -I
    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    i \T.ES:-F: -.' ,i 1 w:". .. : I):y. LOD G IN'
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    ECONOMY ---


    Ouar REFRIGERATORS ar ii-.* (irant..ol it'.,I.
    Ili, I ak*- u. 1lowpr tsemI p-r~at tr iti' j o anv otlyi~tlar #on Htt. nit,'-v
    Tlhf-V haivs. ala Ah;oltit- DRtY AI l it'PRVISIOjN (j JIAN-
    Wit rautted Abhiooute* t- 1 fl---


    ,-.Our Ice Cream Freezers:
    WVARRANTED) To FRIEEZE IN ;1,.-, Nil.\'.-

    AWPricaot tao Hixh-'r thran f-r I%*?'rio~r talake-d. Ciir:.
    kr2'ain therr to) you.
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900. 5


    NO E OTES military road from the city to the UN.CLE SAM'S WAR SHIPS
    0 Afth N lEWSl NOTES lC tIn ceIter Immense Crowd e of E.er Visitori
    The spring term of Escainbia cir- Inaurday and Sunday.
    cuit court opened this morning at loU
    ,o'clock, Hon. E. C. Maxwell pre-id- The arrival of three rf the vessels
    S. .- ** ".4 r.att itin. After setting some cases for of the North Atlantic squ-dron in
    ..... ... ... '- trial the court adjourned till to-mi-r- Pensacola harbor, all of which. in-
    ... rowmornin. cludinz t!.e adtriral's tfl-g-.hip-t,
    J. F. Stuvert and wife. 'W. J. Mc- New Y,.rk-cinme through the inew
    J w i- )avid, J. H. Stuiv rt. W'. .IJ. il-
    V. ,: .. :.d.y. I li-. Jr., Mis .M rv E lli (. E. channel with the gr-eate-t ease. and
    .Mason and Miss .Millie Aniglin of plenty of water to sp.ir wa:i anL
    .. I .1 -IJ t itrlii:ly Miltonii were amion4 the gue-t-, at the event of profound si inifluance to the
    'l''*.--" Merchants yesterday. people of this port and city. a; w, ll
    D)r. I. C. W hite. the p'-rt phy-i- as to the ih;abitant. ofi the it-ir!h-
    ,, w 11" I, .i ,lqur- cian, and hit- staff went over to the. boring c- 'utitry. a- evidenced h.-
    ,,, t, ,,II)P ii a ltantirlo action .ve,*teadaV Iw Ornl-
    dthe lrge I.lullmbers of people who
    SInii to inaui'urate thle stinTner clostd the( '
    s .-t t ridi eason.. J. I. McCoCtlnaughey is oin aie to the city fro'n the il.terior too
    ;* .- duty the-re as custo4:ns inspector. !see and visit the ships. Fully 2,U00
    S-. ad .lhd. Traitioi the dummy line will bepel)le went out ol tAgs and other
    .l atyl boats of all kinds, from the navy
    .,.... I .w : I .i. l run to-day, leaving the ity. every un-yard ye~s-terday, besides those g'ing
    SH I '-- l 6:15 p.. Fare, 2 cet for the irect frontm the city wharves. The
    ...t ', :t15ar p. rd:ti t. Fare, 25 cents for the.Termtiinal company ran trains every
    S..roud trip to the navyyard. Also a
    p..t. r- will os,-lia s: -pecial train will be run to the yard hour aurlit the day. Large udam-
    .t .p.r.a stand return at clock p. n brs alo vi-iite'1 the fleet aturdav.
    S .. .. return at o'clock p.. but few were allowed to go aboard
    iin.. t. .: 1 M.N1iiday. Arii commander r W. W Reisinger will while they were taking coal.
    ,entertain Rear Admiral Farquhar !Siturday afternoon Lieut. Slayton
    '1 t u. fn-..t-. ..f it.'4 I'. < and staff and the officers of the New of the U. revenue cutter Penrose
    \. ,.rI i,,w i-: gr-:t ,t p '-ttYork, Texas and Machias at a re- took the following party down the
    :..f \ i-(.ir.s y-tr-e option from 4 to 7 o'clock this af- bay on that ve-sel: Mrs. Slayton
    ternoon. A number of prominent.and her guest?,, Vr. and Mrs. and
    I ,lPensae, liaris have been invited to Miss Buckner of Toronto, Can.,Capt
    i a,'.. "aItsla attend. ;.C.Co'bb,vic-presidentof theCham-
    S: ., I'. i. t eMir Ma anl Faii B of or(f('onrinerce.and official survey-
    Na-hville; C. E. Swales and wife of or of the Bureau of American iliip-
    SD.ipio:.MIich.;3Mr. and Mr.; Cha. pin. anlI of Au-tro-Ungario iaid
    t.. I t-r ,,..acnd Mr.aidd Mrs. E har ItalyV: Hon. J. Ed. LO'Brien, 1) -ii-
    S.t 1, i -t- .l of .a sillon. 0. nd W N dent of the Natiownal Iar P siot-' aQ
    -* .1. :..C I... ;Iia-Aon. 0.. anid W N.' t-t' C ci:ti i ; Con oildire p W in. 1i izzell
    S 1ii1-i H A wifn, th ( i lll-f i-P P l-acolal Bar Pilot-" ai--ci:i-
    -.*' : lt H. A. 1 aridner. of lial ti- till: 'lTh:s. C(. Watsoni. -.cretary
    4 1-1. I J B tr rd 't, ilr-, w-re a tli ig ntilidla '.- iew th.e CLamber of (',Coniit-reo. and
    t : .. N,.,-. t,.-- -it 1 t-I Escalibia:. ICh,-. A. I Chiate. secretary of tle
    St i k i' r- ill.I. l Tlii-. the lo-')ing weekof th.e c..'n:t- Yitioui Meni'- tHui-in--I- L-ailiste.
    i ,.*fi tvY ca jli;tiy j ;iin. proini-- t to ht lively. W hen tl:o Peiitroise r.'aih'e( thle New
    iit;iw. .ei -'it, 4f t *.u 1. it- i l!-i Week iromii to-iDm)rrow prlilar i-s i ork. Mit. MIiVytol fhi-t wenl n
    % t, i! i. .: .... I 1 t o #-. held- thenli th,- a illy w ill hllil' ;i :,t ri-eived perm i-sio i a i
    -,1 '* .I P.6iltl x -r -.t t.- ovr1 A t3 id ttios ('- caitndidites for a nrdi.il u ivl-ttini ir tii:- p r-t v to
    i ,. c. i. y oi!i.-es who fail to -;,cure a ;i!l ;ir.aI.l. whtie t h v ws re dtlij1ht-
    o:i; ij .riv t the viote- ca-t will begin fully e-lit. itati;i (i l Adi .ii.il i'ar-
    ..- .,i ,, i' '~ -tE i t, w,.rk l,,r the -iucce--fil c:inidi- 'liati ficd (' ipt:ain t uiiow. ',vlho i- ann
    :, ,r I' .' t 't"- -ly" tt' -0 to roll ip a bhig ll:ajirity toldl n lq 1 :iitallt'+ ar;L l I lf lw coun-
    S f I .. -. l,,r ti-ii it th- g iier.al tel-ction i. itryiati t of(' Ipt!aii I Coib.
    t s.-iw s ork. 1 lit-e c il:iii.Ii for county olives i- Aft,-r eij 'vinlIt th I ho-tspit lity
    *- T iiikr- of P. t-ia- I f ti' iin -t friendly nature, and of the oIticer,. thels visitso.
    \.. ; K tight- of p'y- th-.o wl:,o win will rece-iv thlie veir- were -liown ovei the slip. spend-
    ,. i,-. l to ni t.t. All i.-t :idl h :irty v upp,,'tof tt.o- wl inl an exdeediiigly intere-tingi
    ,. t1 to atl.te d. at. ,. f,.-ated at ti,.e primnarie-. liour or two examinn;:- its wond -r-
    Sfill interior arrangement, its arina-
    it \ nians. W IH lack. Ad- All iiterestingt ienident if the visit ilit, e.tc.
    \. ', .l .I sit1 s :;pp. Era W Al- of thli- warhliips- to this pirt iccutrr-.t Ditrinti a very pleasing conversa-
    j si,.. l;.-nii ..tf lazdad were when tiHi Spaniish steaim hip KEri.-tio tion with Captain Snow, it was
    att I. I t- -.'--t'-rday. wa- l.-inl2 taken out to se t by Pilot I,:arnid that the orders received by
    I 4. ,It In-! si w.i 'allsid to Jio. H. (Catro. The hour was .i:;ll a. the fleet to visit 'Pensacola were a
    t4o t.- itu i I ii t to tat- il(.. befre the time for the daily dis- di-tinct surprise to its offlcers,as the
    s 1,- I 4 i,,,t who went pl4ay I"t"iss oi the war veset' lut nhips of thie navy sail by the official
    .. .1t lA l i. -.-i tr.ati-nt.v iI tihe~-tea,-r passed under the! tern charts. the latest of which., (ated
    4of the New York Capt. Ormacchea November, l 99, showed but 24 feet
    .:*u. -t ,at ttt I.ewi- of the Erue-to ordered the custoiml- i Iof water on Pensacola bar. The ex-
    %...-to.. i.y wi t I.. J Iterrfek anld ary -alite to be given. In ant instant planation of this extraordinary con-
    .\ **I I iniltowhi. Pa.. and a mant was .een hastening "aft on the edition appeared to be that the
    it .o" .I,*, ,.! ..I..udei.tl. rpring-,. New York's deck, her Itl ig w's charts are changed or correet-
    quicklydisplayed and the Spaniard's ed only as the result of ofil-
    ", s||,t. ; .iMctowe.i re.ire.- aluate was returned in the usual cial surveys; although monthly re-
    *..I t ,- .lu,,lsul.i Mill & Ele- lnlanner of dipping the colors, ports of changes in the depth of
    i .t... C'lill. Tlenii i- iln water at the several ports are made
    it. te .vint 4 itrttofi01hat A kidney remedy that can be de- by the officials of the engineer ser-.
    t that ided on will be found in PRICKLY vice of the war department. Why
    ASH BITTRRH. It healsand trength- .uceh periodical information is not
    i ,' :r- heinig peifected for a en-. Sold JIy Hannah Bros. transmitted to the navy department.
    ,- it:t s|.is. :iAt .agnl il. luff om is a matter that appears to require
    ., mig lof April 24. A special A special communication information, and Senator 0 Brien
    i i,.; -.. tl. iunsiioni delipot at of Eseambia Lodge, No. 15, promptly telegraphed Florida's rep-
    T'ik.:- will ite ..old at L'. F. & A. M., will te held resentatives at Washington request-
    thi. evening at S clockc. ing them to ascertain the cause.
    t% i t .*i, .-t jUPiP nti a ,' Viating brethren frater- Bothi Admiral Farqulnar and Cap-
    ,. ,.. t, ,., i. tr',l:. rl. Rmst1- Snally invited to atteidI tini Snow emphatically expr,-sed
    t I .i' I .lit t w-ie'i, I- l oi io rd "r r "w. M. their satisfaction at finding so great
    ,, ; ,1 .cri-ii-,td itoi. I.. I ENN TI-, a depth of water on the bar and ad-
    i ,tit;, ti..i, p.o;!;fa il rS crItary. nmiration for the beauty and utility
    or Over of the harbor. The visit of the war
    r T..t Ors ar- r i'iy eT U sships at this time may hb ascribed
    M ..' ', M-. .iW)W'. ,,TtHtN 8 LTP has t thr
    ii-eli n %. d for over fifty ye ars y million o entry t the efforts and prompt
    -" .. i,,iii r,, iiti:- oth-r- for their children wiile- teething, i a-lioi ofi Cosnlill dailntd lit lk-i hi, r If
    t ." i' ,' ;* :,.-[ **,i I-.id. wiili p.rs-(ct -uicc-'s. It -solties the child. the Inavy vard. who. :'act', ipianiedt
    S. I : t l t I q i. l .:i- : *s,,'ft the gtiniiu .all.ayr.!l paw.cur sIwind b ('atn T rtio of the I'. n-
    S ol's .aili d ia the tw-t r-iin..dyv ftor lisarrh a. captain urt t.
    S" **l t ,l- It 1ill rllieve the poor iiitle suff-rer 1in- gilneer d .-p:irtinel it, lil:ile -'peciitl
    tnediu, t.lv. 4 old tiw 'iriki-t' 1ti everyrir s souridili;- of tile i ht. illie, report
    partofth world. Tw-*nty-ttv ,.c*nt bot- tAhe re lurt to thi navy dv e-airttiinf t.
    I, : :.; :i\ .1 I !. liii tie. iesureaL.dask for **iMr. wHI'- tne ree lt t rtt
    S5 t,. i.. iv ii.,',rTiiii tsin'thtlu Myroui." and take no other kin.. aid -ecured the speci.tl Iorder- whi ii
    I *" -.. tW I i'ov- .and ltrotil ;ht tlh vi -s,,ls her'.
    it tI,', ', ,ll-t lt. N ,VAI. lCT IC.S MAk hIPT.


    Torturing

    Disfiguring Humors
    Itching, Burning, and 5caly
    Eruptions of the Skin and
    Scalp with Loss of Mair

    CURED BY CUTICURA.
    The treatm lel : t ;.ii .j *r .* r :e t.l le,
    eAt inti.It a i l .,1 ai :.. iiil. n, **r. age.
    lath.li ho ;t al. :. 1 ,.art.- with l;. ir W irAT
    ansil t'rrn'nll' to. i. ;I .*ti. ** skin of
    cIrust ai. >.i *,-. ansil .,! teln tlthe liinkeled
    cutnl i. Inrv witl.it hard I. 'll.n.., and
    ap= l 4' (l tT I A I itilitelit fr .t oo, lt all;iv
    ithingr. irritaiio., ;,il ini i m f"Ati .irn ni.], andt
    Soothe antdb hal,.11, : la, t ly take I tl I 1' ril*IR A
    Rr.s>I .'[ NTr to c(Nmi alii"' oeliti v the ti;,,l.
    This treatinent affTords instant relief. Ilennits
    rest ani leep, Ian l- iints to t a slteel, iy ernia-
    lient.anidi-cmoioinjiral cure whtli all other rein-
    edies and eenu the ielt t physicians fail.
    sold TVywhei-. Prw ce Tl ier. I s: or. cl'rtcRA
    soAPr.22 : o.0.iT RT. 3M1.; IK OLI'rT (hllisue ).nJOC.
    PorTr. InlRI ANI Cumi.. CoIr.. Soe Prop.... Boto.
    S"uw 10 Cue Uuimom.ol" 64-pw book, ree.

    Naval Stores Fall Short.
    S AVANNAH, M-ir(h :11.- The naval
    stores' year ended t: has leenil a niost .sac'e'IfuIIl one in every"
    way. From the beginning .,f the sasonl
    ailio .st to its e!il spirits have ruled very-
    high in pri('. The slasiin will ',ia with
    a shortage of f something like *-i. ,if .'pirit. in e uniiparisioni with hiost year,
    a111141 \itbh l 'l',.;l thl~uu'Laul b;trrIls of
    rtoin also. -hurt.
    ilig Cot0ton iDeai1s.
    AvXIrESe. S. '.. Marlich :;l.-Tlhre
    hali v l Ion -a ,,il,' li 4% ithOiln Ii..';als in Aln-
    I: -rs,>-u iat'lv Mr. J. W. Martin, re-lr.-
    l tltin i K'. A. t \tt> ,,u S,;i\ u;illilJi, I night
    ( .1i' .,i t, I* i ; fii t 4., !it loo l 1 illn itI
    (1i v, and t -ih,r; tlhii I,-f',ir, thii deal
    J t'.erl, ; iir lit '11 h1 i :l3..')ei, l),1 !. ,.
    kalrchner Ask.;4 .$2O,lMmi.
    S X\\'NA11. M:.'Nrlh :;l.--lTh, I'lnitdl
    Staut- court is :engaLHL1I wvir!i tlt' casi. o'
    Martin KIirhuliier vvrsu. tih So uihiii
    railway. Kairelihnir is suini. rthe railro nad
    collianiiy for .$.O,1)1iO for alleged damages
    received while iu the employ of thooum-
    pay.
    Go to P. W- Smith's for
    Photos of the war ships, 7
    8 Palafox, Alpha Phar-
    macy. ___
    4rotindu l to liI Brolke;..
    Ci't; -T. "larh :;l. l )irr will It'
    iro k i 01i trlh ,th'iiittal.iio, Ai, An. l l.tta nd
    Coiarlt-' in Air Litne, ri.il ill .Jun- or
    July. \VWork will l.gin it tlii. 'ned of
    the line,. The- .st:it"in. it tlii.t w.,rk on
    the r;:xi will !.w st:irtedli i ('i:tirl,-st in'
    Junt. i. iitade bly Mr. (. S. ll.ard, an
    otflitial of thl, r aAl.
    Iln estlgiilion Ordered.
    OIU.I'MA, S. C., Marih ll31.-SpeFial
    agents of the United States treasury deo-
    partmnitt are to make a careful investi-
    gation of the alleged storing olf contra-
    Ihnd liquor in the Unitedl tatei cum
    tomnhouse at Charleston.
    The latest in Ihie World.
    We believe Chamberlain's Cough
    Remedy is the best in the world. A
    few week- aio we stiff-red with a
    severe cold and a troublesomlo rough,
    and having read their advertise-
    muentst in our ow,: mad other paper-
    we purchase(ld it bottle to osi. if it
    would alreet iu-. It cured us before
    the bottle wa.s more than half u eil.
    It i *lip) b,'-t 111ndlicintllp t for t-olds
    aiilt Tleih.-- '1'1- lHeiraldl. AliA-r-nl-
    ville, lnd. Feelr -sale ly Hv liirliuh
    !,; ,-.. .' h I illaifox *tl'-t.


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


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    Proprietor.


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    SNEW ARRIVALS! -

    (OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


    Apparel.


    A generous assortment, large variety


    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists

    We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the


    city of well known brands.


    Among them the famous


    S(,' rift// /Iir1/i."d famous for fit, style and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This


    dealer or customer can deny.


    You


    fact no


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    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

    Shirt Waist Window, and thcy arc cheaper than

    heretofore by reason of our Motto: I i. Cm( i, .\x AN

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    New Nw
    Arrivals L I Arrivals:
    O)tir Centre Tabl -; a't* :riaii g beneath a inodly shlir ,f f :.* Newte-t
    Things in Laces and Embroideries.


    .Swi-s Edginlg and I:isertion.


    Hambultllrg ldig l n-iertis'i


    V\alencia Lace and Insertions.
    Machiniie Torchon EdJging and Insertion,


    (ierman Torchol Edging,


    Aplique Lace and Iinsertion,


    Point de Spre!t. Oriental and Plat Val, .;ices.
    "Wi remnants Hamburg Edging. six yard lengths. worth 7-. t o at ;oc.



    Sweeping Sale of Musli n iderwear! *

    One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed and ti ked,, size, I and 2, at0 .. 10c pair
    Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6, on!y. ....... ........ ........................ 15c pair
    One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
    One Lot Child's Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
    One Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at Co-t Mark.
    One Lot Misse4' Trimmed Gowns at Cost Maitk.
    One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise, worth 35e for.................c each
    One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 7Tc for.......4'c each

    ,,One Lot Odds and EndsAgIe
    In Ladies' Skirts and( Oowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.


    Investigate the Convertible
    -iF- TilHE-


    Term Contracts


    Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


    DAVID EDRE1II. iF\%ELW 4ol_%. jIll.


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    Mesmaire. A. M Mos.ep & Co.



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    Mr~iRIT* Trapsswr~vi,qz-o,3cents.


    A\-if l rrla-F:.- 4(cej'-l- the v-- '
    Iitl t liv. ,lt tam ci- ofl d i-F-1.e -titl .a


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    Go to P. W. Smith's
    for photos of the war
    ships, 7 South Palafox,
    Alpha Pharmacy.
    Try 'ik N :v.- W':ti; ( llinll : it
    will I':iY voiu.


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    "r'l :1!r. iV )(*,o i!in t. 1 0 V co 'lli 1i,! wal-

    Go to P W. Smith'4 fo
    Photos of the war ships. 7
    S Palafox. Alpha Phar-
    macy.

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


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    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    Bears tn11
    Signature ot 4 .12-

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    :: I ,, is h-- Tax 4 *f*.lo f I- :&
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    unless you can't help yourself. -
    Every Dollar spent in our
    store entitled you to a ticket ~^
    which give you a chance for the
    beautiful Machine disp:ayed in
    our show window. Lucky num- *
    ber announced Mary 1.

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    County school tax 15'.. c "7
    Amount collected and
    pail to Feb. 1, i m *2.7:, i -- .1 : -5 :; ,,
    County road and bridge
    Iax $11..42 74
    Amount collectl.- and
    paul to Feb. 1, 9i> 7.."4 4;-- 1.74' a
    County fine and forfuit-
    ure tax S.;' 77
    Anioun t colleet.d al nidi
    paid to Feb. 1. liua 2,..' '42 -- 1 ,i,, :;I


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    AnIii'U ii t iollect,-d a
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    Age & cr Ranit)ler. Cleveland and RIaccle
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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.


    Roadl ; ,.l i i. ln|e<-tpl.
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    Tried Friends Best. VIDAL SMITH
    ForthirtyyearsTutt's Pills have
    proven ablessing to the invali,. -
    Are truly the sick man's friend.
    A Known Fact j .. a- /
    For bilious headache, dxyspep_' /-1 /


    -our stomach, malaria.consti;'-
    tiL n and all kindred disea-es.
    TUTT'S Liver PILLS
    AN ABSOLUTE CURE.


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    coaleS .elascrnif. ItooL.


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    Side Traceked.
    "W'ould you Litb surprised if I said I
    loved you''" he asked softly.
    "Rilbr say : nised." she rerned.-
    I'hila-llSpbia North American.
    Both.
    May-Is 3Mr. Tarrier an Englishman?
    Fay-Yes. and also a bore.-Pbiladel.
    phia Bulletin. -. ,..* .. ,
    I "I think I woul: g? cr.,zv witi.
    Pt in wtr. it riot ft.r C'haminhberln'
    , Pal:1 liAltn." wlit-- Mr. WV H. Sta-
    ,I !ton. Ht-i ininie. Ii. "I havelh.-en
    :*illicte-J witi; rhenti.ati-nm for several
    vy,:r-; and havo t'iHed reniu-di, it- h-
    \out nu'whpr. but Pain Ialm ik the
    bast niedicine I live rot hmldl of."
    i( I- applications i-li'-ves ihe r'ain..
    F -r sale by Hunnaan Bros.. 21 S. Pal-
    af x -treet.




    WING, HOP G.,
    -Importers and Dealers in-
    Chinese and Japanese
    =:Fancy Goods,=
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    No 3t Mouth Palaf-x Street.


    Laundry Office


    PENSACOLA. FLA


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    was an ANCIENT whto used
    to burn wood.
    ik f.,r BILLS that he paid
    when he could.
    was the CO()AL that lie after-
    wards bought.
    is the DIRT and DI)UST that it
    brought.
    is tMle EVIL these things
    brought to pass.
    was his FOLLY in not u-ing
    ga-.
    i- tl e GAS George used in hii
    -tove.
    is the HEIGHT of joy gas
    brought to his i;oiiie.
    s-th' INDIAN: lie doesn't
    u-4e (;A-.
    canniot u-e it, for J thie
    JACKASS.
    is tho KI rCIIEN wlvh-re ( AS
    is the liiel.
    iS thie. LAUNDRY. thley'er
    both of 'iemi c.)"l.
    i- thlt- MONEY, saved by a6
    Gas Ranige.
    is for NOW, the best time for
    a rlianue.
    i- the OFFER tne Comipany
    snakes.
    i- the PROFIT, don't make a
    mistake.
    i for QI'ESTION; no ques-
    tion at all!
    is th, RANGE you should
    buy before Fall.
    i- the SAVING yoa make, If
    you do.
    is the TIME and TROUBLE
    saved, too.
    is the UNION of Comfort
    and thrift.
    is VEXATION, now cut it
    adrift.
    i- WISDI)OM in having in
    change
    plus I three Dollars to buy a
    ias Range.
    is for YOU. please observe as
    i- on'- ZEAL. to -uipply you
    with (G"A..


    GAS R&NGES $13. Coanrct d Fre.,

    Pensacola Gas Co.,
    NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


    DRINI( 110N BEER!


    S.I.


    A r r
    Ar 'j r ,
    AA j
    For he in't r :


    Furniture on Credit
    M o-t beautifiul li,,, of lo. .... r,-k
    over shown in thi, city. \W ;,rl, 4.1I.. ,
    with ila-s (ldi rs ,4 f \-y ,d--,.rip-
    tion, from the cht;eapest to ti'- tit, -t.
    Roll-top secretary ca:-- f*l-atitly
    finished, a fine line if t'hiu,; clopset-.
    and everything contained in a first-
    class furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
    Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


    At C. V Thonipon'8.
    Crane's Ladies' Note Paper.
    Envelopes to match.
    Cambridge Linen and Envelol
    Hurd's Parchment.
    Invitation Paper and Envelol
    Linen Tablet,.
    Frosted Velum and Envelol
    English Note; Matin Wove; Tis
    Paper; DenDison's Crepe. Etc., w
    a general assortment of stationE
    C. V. THOMPSON.
    No. 30 South Palafox Stree
    Buy your wife one of the
    handsome parlor suij
    from Marston <* Finch.


    GO


    and
    pes.
    pes.
    peg.
    rith
    ery.
    t.


    AI Ar O ic r Ccc1,., (1dY LAtLL .
    --lother Jzig- ardee s.


    PROPRIETORS OF THE


    OFFICE


    SALOON


    JUST OPENED


    te3


    *-Everything New and


    Clean.--


    The Mo-t Attraq.'iv- in the Eintir" City. R,-. '..r M.,.i- '. i |.,
    and Short (O)fdr'.r Served at all l:lur -'. ii, i. ,i t,,-k: lt,:. -
    A. E. BAKRER & CO., Proprietors.
    14 EAST GOVERNMENT RTRWET

    SJOHN PVURDY.`*
    Foundry W Machine Shops,
    CENTRAL WHARF, COR.JKIFFER.-R' N AN-, P'INE STiE Y -.
    Telephone 346. -:- Pensaeola. Fla.


    0 e PATTERNS. CV2ATING(t, LUMBER TRICK-4. SMALL. f'lli IF."
    tes r Car W1 eels, Wood and Iron Pullevs. Hanzer-,. Box-,. t.- M I,
    I factured to Order in1 First-Clas-, \Vorkti.sziikel M.inmn-r :t R.t-
    ble Rates.
    Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.
    n --
    F.Ci.R., Wt. II kNWlI:M., Nla. n:anR..H J l'1 -'
    rl's'til l. N at-oi'lo,.a'llBt. n ktt- \ -- .--


    First Sational Bank


    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. B
    D

    CLG SE IlD .1
    IIIn OI I Frors ig ad Dmsec


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


    A Special Sacrice

    35o Pairs ILadies' Vici Kid Spring
    Heel Butt,,n and Lace Sh. r
    for only


    $1.25.
    REGULAR PRICE 4.1 2.


    Getlemen,
    A Don't Miss It:


    A MIHORT TIME:
    THE ONLY TIM.
    AND CASH T"1"M E.


    t '.- \a Itf4-'I '1I


    $2.50.
    I'!(;I LI.\ li PtRIC(E ,.-/


    ,-tPic- Si 1.4- It111-- aI 'A141


    Endorsed by a'l Physici;.ni as thE-
    tnly lBer ab-olutfly ree lin :adul-

    Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
    PENSACOLA.
    Try It. On Tau at all Salaons.


    Y4.ur- '-r Z1 i -1744


    TRXU N KS,


    I. GUGENHEIM.


    ILO)UNT.F.C. BRENT. W.K HY F. JP.
    1.G. BRENT.


    B3at Wt SOIL


    O'vWe draw our own Bills of Exchanwe on Ireat BriTti t, -- I.
    Germany. France, Anutria, Italy. Holland., pain. Belcinrn. Rn.-ia ?.
    way, Sweden. Denmark and other European conntrIe.
    W Veasels Disbursed upon the Moat Fan.-ahbl Terms. arin *
    Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deestnatlon Ten or FIftei. i .-
    after Vessel Arrives there.
    WH Safety Deposit Boxee for Rent in Connection
    with whioh we have a Private Apamrtmet for th. U-*
    of 'R n t.'e-



    McMillan Bros. Co.

    S Coppersmiths,

    General Metal W rkcers.,

    TSL-n Vllwtm ofr ad I ntuf hr t,

    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.,


    MOBILE, ALA.


    THE ORIGT &L--


    A B.C.


    BEER.


    V.J. VIDA4, Sle j) WholesleF0-".

    A31 Afi3.BRAIELS C;il, IN)RHIDA) 13 A

    TRY I BOITLE OF 91IRY TOU3
    PHONE 1.34. : : : : p "4)11) % 4
    JUG & FAMILY TRPADr. SOLIECITIEZ
    Fr"tDi-.).v-l"rv to Any Part of L. .t
    MW A II ol 73 il% St The 91ct. V.1s. 2 m-. 's'':'


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.


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    REPORTS.


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    NAVAL sr-)R,i-

    Il-1 !r* 11 [" :i

    r~aaYAF' 1 a Vou -spiritit turpem-
    ne 1 fectrip'... i". %&I"ieqlej.
    ~~ ''.. Ro%..n n,i t:...r-dioi t-sae.noiu-
    u v.' l-I' mretvipm e1.23-i:
    'a -. "' 4) r4
    fie a~re rea.4,1 to ~o to
    '_v ve-kee pinff. let .41arston
    ['Ili I'sle1,111-14A your1'housve
    IOU./i.Te ilsr o
    '4 1C11Of/tIim .t i '1o r

    WAITED
    vutsd to bey oll bedsof Sogmua,
    IFud ForulterslorhduisoAtS.


    11(1 id~soi e' pictures, bric-
    t'fira(c, etc.. in. en(llexss(Lr-
    -' 1/ uf ?'it ('ok bcttomf..pricesa(L
    1,'.%stoll 4-I'inchx-.
    :will ro'1'i ir -'ou~r Uwit.'to-". and
    %* irvin i- 1J


    '/~c", vfe..to Ko'~') urith Your/


    ) oif ca I?


    S / 'hol,' Ouilif/ from
    Il/rsoun 4A Finch.
    a


    1)0


    Killed RHA S!lster.
    rx'T'.%w. Ala., Maredi 31.-A wiln of
    Pit'~ ~4'rr.w. r'~'ing ii -I1itan
    B~~~~~~~~ I Ut. a v hran llted hi-
    ~; ~. tr- hi..-t''r. a ft"v xuight, ajzg" Tilt.
    11"-1 I ,I, N -h
    r ?~:'... T. ,yt11.4U2'hT -ho wa~s
    1 '.'iraTItn aft-t- i' Ik r olftL 'i ret'C iv-
    0 ir a '4'I -.4 uiTaking
    t in h'- .'i 4''' i-~k iiiI riun

    Heavy' i.'itittoug !"Par floll ar.

    Tb.N' nov~iitziI tu ;: ivirimu-it 4 Ut *hial ,re -
    p .rt thait --'vtrt-ightintg seourr-t-diwhar
    i I-:- i-tY 1 1 B.. dv- ar '.n .Iarf-h i Z. e-I


    Will Enforet Hei tDemaand.
    YOKOHAMA, March 31.-The Japanese
    Jvrc- : --r~- 0:thv R'i-riin s Iadrnon
    . tilllat C': 1hiinlpJmi t----thatit I fprob.
    Oil'y pr~mvt t! .,_1 t,,an.iphio to enfor~v thet
    flt.n f,%- I't rav'ligJuieaili ll
    ruan "
    %%fill1; 4 .11wi ii -r~ge.
    Pc I .t'IMarch 81. The
    fitv -f:t bIa 11i'...a1l 'at rave Ibetween

    Uxf'wr irand t'anbri.'.g&' wtt;rowedtixt)lay
    -v.'r th,. usual1 (.iour,.'. from PutneyV)t~
    Mon JLakt- anid va~wo oilby Canilpridgie.


    . r::; P.-ial .-. ('m;intlminliig the. govern- Why He lltenain a Blootlack.
    ;in.ut tr.op-I. it I ;iiiitinounit'd. (l4d f;tted "(',tn>ic T;. r.mal HTrnandl-z. His forces killed can 'p:,tlh Vir',!. 1Horaee and Homer."
    .:. **f the. r.'vo lutionitr<. t,.ok pri.son- "That's another splendid proof of the
    .:- il pt-atur. d a Lirg quantity of folly of neglecting the fundamental
    . a-',- and ;ulnnllitiin. Their g.veni- princi;,!es of a common school educa-
    Sn Ii1- Wa small. tion."-(Cleveland Plain IDealer.
    Hnlatn\ In Illing.
    S. Mla rh .-It ing be- .. A ilunorous Proceedlag.
    S. Mri 31.-It is be- I iam sure burglars are trying to get
    S evl by promin,.nt R.publieann< that Into thel house." said Mrs. Blink.
    K, t:,.ky ..fflie'rs l are. lin- awaiting a "Well." answered old Blink sleepily,
    ,X.,;- rlilt 11I.rtuUity to takes Charles "if burglars enter this house the joke
    1 FInL byv. ex-k-'rtetary of state of Ken- will he on thiin."-Phliladelphla North
    Iu, kv. aind arry himun to, that state to be American.
    Ir'-l f1 or ',miplicity i the assassination n
    ot S~eat',r Go(lt-. The R'Tpublicaii tay v An mm|lt.
    Svy such effort will be. resiad. "Whiicih is the head barber?" Inquired


    A RIsk to Take.
    S. "Vt:11 \<,u undertake to select 40
    n. ')i'nt literary Americans for an
    :. miy of iiminortals?"
    S1. unless' 1 wanted to be mobbed
    ly t.,.' other' 44.000 ."--'hieat Record.
    LIfelIke Portralt.
    T'I. Ar.tist- s-n't It perf( ct in expreq-
    T 'r;Tic-l*Perfect. You have even
    C; 4- ':m,:!t hwr I-1: of disgust at the smell
    S"." lof -a.u t.--lu .n:natl olis I'ress.


    Sthe customlner.
    "We're all head barbers." replied the.
    artist. "What did you suppose we
    wr4re-c(rn doct ors?"--Yonkers Siates-
    man.

    1 I.<.SIATIVE; ('ADIDATF-4S
    And I.lelga'e is, tue t'. ui y a'nmven
    (ion at lwelirin. April 14.
    Fl-"llowing are thve candidates fot
    thel lvvi-latur, :i'aid the li-t of d le-
    gate- to lthe (enit ty (il elii r.'l'tit coln-
    veliti.ii at P'owelton. Apirl 14. en-


    KIDNEY DISEASES \. .... ..
    IUn Icratic club:
    S'For tihe legislature.
    are the most fatal of all dis- C. Morenio Jon,,.
    easec. H. C. Clonton.
    Iele) ates to 4"onty (on'vetatin.
    FOL KIDNEY CURE I I Pr-ecinct -l-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
    06igdr uueh Rmely p*u. It. A. Credible, Wm. Carni-
    'chli: l, Thoa. G. River-.
    or money refunded. Contain' Preinct 13-3. F. L. Quina. Ar-
    -meye by thur John-oi. J. (. Avery, J. Whit-
    ritimdies recognized by emli- ,in, Hargis, Jas. L. sweeney.
    nent physicians as the best for 1recin4ct l4--(s T:itzen. J. E.
    Beaar, A. l'. Zelius, H. (i. DeSilva,
    Kidney and Bladder troubles. .u.. lBrien.
    PRICE 50. a"$100. Precinct l--Thoz. Johnwsn, John
    PRC a$ I. Joneso F. E. Couiniyn-, W. A.
    \V. A. I)'A1EMBIERTE. I Dui:ham. H. A. Waters. 14m-tf

    ._..-- 3DR. OHFi'S AlplANttitt, Aids Dlgestlca
    Rengt the oChwels,.
    S| EETHIN Mke Tething Easy.
    S(Teething Powders) J TEETHINAltelieves the Bowe
    sA. ATroubles of Children of
    SCosts oUly 25 cets at Dgsts,NY AGE.
    or .ll ":r,-e.i to c. J. MOFFETT, .L JD., ST. LOUIS. MO.


    SOMETHING NEW'

    ,sEVERY DAYi--
    o---A.T---


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    'telephlxono 808.


    OVER 2,000,000 BOTTLES
    SOLD ANNUALLY.


    The


    World's


    Famous OUR


    Spring Tonic


    and Stimulant: NAME'S


    DUFFY'S PURE

    MALTWHISKEY
    (FOR MEDICINAL USE)


    The sta'dlard I f purity anidu xcelh, f. r
    nearly haif a century. It is just lhat %.o.
    Ilt'ld t1, luildl up your synten., aiitcr ithe i ..
    tWdliuis .train of \Winter. DLFFY'S PLRE
    MALT WHISKEY hla.. n1, equal. It i. t,.
    only absolutely pure inalt w whiskey in ith
    world. It contains ne.t a drmp 4l "* I'u-,i
    Oil.' the nro-t dangtero inmgrdiii f hi:' li
    is flouind in other whiskies. ,
    Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
    Cures LA GRIPPE"


    4 1'% ~ :et i r 4or ni i k v i ry t ,I I r I. r(

    I l '..,- I.-a. D)L fFN 'S PURE MALT
    AiI,



    OJN ACCOUNT or 0TSABSOLU'TE PURITY

    j., j.. ci it

    DUFF~YS PIR 17




    MAFL MLTWIKE o
    ROCHESTIR. N.Y


    TIME TART.R.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IATT.ROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANI'AltY 27. 11 0.


    No. li.
    12:4.' noonl
    2:15 p li
    4:12 p III
    S :) p In
    ;:tlw p in
    1 :5(" a in
    12:25 noon
    4: D ni


    No. 2.
    1:211p in
    12..-A) unIgbht
    3:1)5 ia III
    7:44 te III
    6:lIt I it n
    7:101) nin
    2n:30 a in
    7 :1)5 #in


    Leave.. Pennacola .....Arrive
    Arrive .. ..lomitton ... Ar.ive
    Arrive ..... Mobile ...Arrive
    Arrive ..New orleans ..Arrive
    Arriv..Monttomery ..Arrive
    Arrive Na-hville Arrive
    Arrive ... loui-vill ....Arrive
    I Arrive .....(Cincintitil Leave


    No. 1.
    4:1.) p IIn
    2:45 p nu
    12:5, noon
    7 *.5% a ni
    11 :'-N a m
    2::21 a in
    9:12 p m
    6:45 D in


    0o. a.
    a 015m
    ...3.' a fl
    12:20.)night
    7:4.5 p xii
    9l:34) p mn
    9111) 9a to
    2:-v6a m
    11:401p in


    jt&;.trwzzM PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

    No. 21. No.A.N o. 2. N o. 212.
    II :55 night :i a in. ........... .. ...Pen'.aeola 11 :14) p 111 t6:1111 p m
    12:64 night 7:44l a III Milton .10.ll g) in 5:20 p in
    4:4 8 n 1' a IIt$:-;)uJnlepunink Sprinigs SM tp In 2:40 p In
    *:lkj a SRI 111:3'4 a m I hliple-Y 4:51'e1 p in 12X57p m
    7:(K) it in IU:laaII ainmarliiina .6:14 pD111 12:0)6 noon
    13: 1 8II 12:(6' noon10 River .1 UIFCtionfl5.!V) p in It1.420. a in
    ..... 1: 13p IIhIn .T laha4I~t.14 .. 'X:43 p in .....
    7:t5 ID in .. .. acksonvlh le,'9:wJ ami ..

    rEIM IO~S
    AND MOST POPU'LARt BRANDS OF'


    PANTSIS


    Said about MU) pair- 4of
    long legged. -,I ort legged,
    slim, fat, pu*y, ,bow
    legged, straight l-i:':ed
    all .ortr of legged gar-
    I11'it-., a, they got out of
    the boxe,- and up otto
    our clothing tables.
    51 pair-s of p.1nt., in on-.
    day i.- a good many. but
    what about them? ?'SIme
    are a dollar a pair. r,)o ti
    cas-ilmere :pant*. .om,
    are two dollars a p lir.
    good c.ns-imiera palnt-.
    Soime are three dollar. ma
    pair. good t**',-in.r r
    pantst. 'Some1 are' two.
    three anid four dollars a
    pair. good wor-ted pant -.


    bu// /pantv for adrer-

    tising purposes-uo sound

    cheap. We I uy food pants,

    pants that are made of

    food goods: pants provided

    with all the comforts of

    home: front pockets, watch

    pocket,', (to watch your

    money pockets nights in

    case your wife wants to see

    if she is getting half of

    your income) pistol pockets

    and refreshment pockets.


    WBS!!IES, WIII, OIpE TS, CO IAL,

    IN WOOD AND GLASS. LAIRG;E OR1 SMALL QUANTITIES


    g r^Patro-,:,. Ne.w and )Old, are Cordially Invited to \'-it and In-tpoet
    thl<-ir lli tler- .'- St k.



    TI: 1LEWTUOE DAL IT AIREL ALLi GIA


    S.


    *'Alt I INA.- 1loll; NT.I:


    A. FRIEDMAN, Prol,.


    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    -lI.!ER lBROOK. PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
    Vi:TY FINE: I RIEDIMANS .O'(CK. 12 YEARS OI)D; iOLDi Sl,K VELVET. KEN-
    TI C-Y'S I'ER'E('i'ION 01" PI IITY. AND)
    I.)TS OF OTHIE I;RANDS WHICH H
    'ACl'E WILL NOT 'EtMI11T
    lTO) M IKNTI'ON.
    W. i', lr,_ -t ati.l 1; -t "S,.lct'd Stock ,1 }.Httl W hi-ky aeiii'
    \V:u.- ~;"r ia ,lul 'V ["'-+.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    SIf-.. \ t I. fTr t!-' !".timinu Pah-t Milwatikoe IB-er. Free Deliv-
    Iv i, ,..v: '.t t t !,. ( ity .


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    REAL ESTATE.
    kntal and Insurance
    AGENTe.
    :t!. Palafox trt"e'.
    i't %- ,i.4, FLA.


    NICOLA CASSA,
    RESTAURANT---OY bssS.


    Vrgcta b I$,


    : I Tobacco .at Low Prices.


    P ENSACOLA. F-LA.


    A. M. AVERY,
    {nstw so ndo 09n se l 4,oWo.)
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF








    AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GIaLt
    Stitched Bolting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, I"ftin Rand
    Powder Compaxy, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Ring and Back's Stove
    and Ranges. WI. Coups & Co.'s Raw &ide Lace L)ather, Mary'rz B*st-
    Male Railroad Colors.
    Masonic Temple, Penslcola, Fla.


    --AT TH E-


    SALOON


    Opposite li 1111)11 )epu. Tlele;.l'en Nol. II;.


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    SOLE ANITS FOR


    I'ENN lAND RYiE W~HfmISKY,
    lBi{OKIITHIAl, SOURTtMASH.
    y 1LL1 1,o v s'FoNI.wI:Y F VHIS K Y,
    DAIRY MAID WHTM-KY.
    ATL1A NTA BREWVINO C(OM PANN' S


    S WOOL PAINTS

    SSolid as a rock., plai n r I iivy pat-
    t<,rns for $2.51) that will k'..p :i .i1.. -


    wear ttf'1in 'out i it i I-.1' -,I, 7, I ,r
    $3mltl, 501111' mae w Ta n ;.- .,_-III oT.,


    k nere.


    Delmonieo hotel and Restaurant W HY SIY
    9 11 1* i1


    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

    l : 0ooms for Rent by the Day, Me.k or 0Month. IL
    311, 312 North Tarragona Streat, Opposite Union Depot.
    O-Teiephone 68.---0
    ----GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.- --
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    FRESH VIGETIBLES RECEIVil D011Y, iDOLEUILE I IRETIIL.
    at th ilmono. Pensacola, Florida. I a fn t. ttwll


    H~. TrrMDBENf:Th


    NV#4'- -t-111ill ;imro't. w-ir-te..j
    palit., for $1.1psth.it ar-,--imuply ro
    I ,atroaiim, it.or IPantry. it 1p.Iv.'


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    --PROPRIETOR OF-o ---- -

    CRONIeS SALOON o,
    o-DEALER IN-o c

    Imported and Domestic Iines, Liquors and Cigars. The Bi own Town clotie
    JUG TRADE A BPreTAT.TY.
    Corner B21wont and Devilliere Ste. PENSACOLA. FLA lL RII a M -t -..


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    * THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.


    STILL AT WORK ON

    PUERTO RICAN BILL

    Senate Continues Considera-
    tion of the Measure.

    X&. BACON'S avujMITUTE


    (.s'rwta senatorr Mlimit" statement (*on-
    s-vru~g 11%lolaisiare-Is OriginAl For-
    Aker l1ll111 At m .,ended-Ile Be-
    Co% erI lo~fti~tilatiou 113
    W ItIiT-)%, Maprh 31.-At tlii. be-

    Mr. Fir..r ifWa.;bitigteiniffe~red and.
    hal irh..- li' t-1.-in dirtwtiug he:-~
    4i a T~ilt- mlt vnt.' I w haI t !ar-.

    C I AV; fly rs l-;
    I:.''. a-'I ~7iP a .I2 Hi t-all ..I;it



    t- p v :j- cr h t. .t u.r thpe i :aub-
    .a., ti ia; "-war or F. rakr'r. 11,- *'.iub
    ill zzantad-r, --n lishil i* i st
    .1% i 'l j ,T r-. k lw a!ir :1. 11.h* 'I
    'r '~t ". c P IIIa tilt WI.



    ;I~a fr.li a-'tr .:' lal V ..-gz~lP41

    '14.' Ow c t'* :arall all a-. j il 11-I v 'Wi r. ay

    tig r. whvltsl !11 .p0 ll- wh' I: I 1
    Le s A, t aa- a mltvaa h.- T" i.-',iifl. a,
    hvi 11 Ow ricKarelt-rl1%. Ala- *.'atirt I1'.- itn ri'-
    '~~.u t,: at iNtjiil ,f tli' lnlh- dLairai.
    tIa .*..x-ofia' i t*ialdv .f Pul j .'rtnzp
    7t-i.1i wa. ro~v'u-hd, SMr. P..o1-tti- f ALL-
    -T~imt the li'gtivsa~t- (...siiy(f
    Puert 4)Rrnv o lshall haveni- I no ~wf r sir an -
    t b- onry to euact auv law in %mMl.'t awith
    IC)v c uonstirui ion a(of the Unait's St.'a.'
    Th,'- mntqai~xnentwwarI')s 15to 1 :4 1
    Mr. Fairbanks of Inidiana thin gd-
    dre.'....d thetb' -IANf- Ill .Uj~lr Ii'f tia"


    MATRON AND MAID.
    maic. Patti,@. da'tpv ir $l.250CoOm
    vtorth of dianioni!-. a'Lich thf. wore at
    Lader 1Lat!-d'awvei maor i-'.ui-"rt at (Covent
    ( Ulfivn. natit-t haan'eie z~ t oc x jthit hepi' m~a
    3i i. 'Ui. r. m. Ilnlrimcvryr. for
    q ightit 3ar-% avi e G(ermaian at





    vl, !V '''. ~ I!, W ., ta'' tlcf


    f'.ro 7: i'. x :' 4. '. ,ia i ::' *.y
    1w 4!L%_4' l ir~ t~ b '~ P:

    N p I: ,: ,1*; :1-r l- -f.- -,:f


    i~the 1 ,- -,-'a. i-. tv ~:I I itil.frt\%aimeni



    fL- Mai. I Ciarjgonw. the oaal.k
    II. a uit: -fitt,,' itj.' ii 71; "'111





    it 'i )1i~n-:' .'. f i' tml t iSthe



    il' s lijoa i n E.Bjlti' feir th t. ire t
    0'.1181111a eta ae atzal wa sre
    g a.': infew at varryng. tI th. itaUItki'. f t
    T 'il rie ta (ii:, I.i l-a hto th gift i(ee-ale


    dfell,'! h Ifit its MI-c'ap. I 31r.;-eI n tte ii e
    i.i.. If. n ul h adv.'nt wa IIr.'st.nIn%% r
    31r-.itl. Feni'1 f.ata.ri Sfnnrs few aj'lwtof
    Se lsakti' Ibut ha ver actu ally I ter-C I'a serijia
    .lcI. #-i, in net'' .'.all t I s IS io rig if- agel eb#
    141 .' tl a' ttmo d to a'. a ir -o i yeat% fromthefa
    dilb. c i~p.t..-ii *-f 'h iniiMireantlei'.4 en-' a
    a!ti..'tv *!elss'I'adv ', iturt h. ii 1-'y .
    Mr -.- J- '.t'h,i i-.'aiitdS ita jnfor. i'ra Inf
    lii :iiun )st'-ery neihborhoo
    hae tw.11 ~fin Ns.." Wo~ ife h
    1'.. =ve t ..en lfith berlo sinz lfColvic
    I'ti~v -c-vle a ,vd toDiiarhit' a oramed, or
    W!r., 4!4i~nt f the, Cur-.>? v. carou ic La-
    a taiarst n iiie:i~ft Sof telin
    etiiiaa: tavoctit riybethet pastorate i

    !,ir somp. it lv one For e le hb
    ('liel a in i in eeitBo-.21 Remha'xtedy, o
    Gt o Iab#to P. W. Jchrmith's

    -fI il_-piherto vesoFothe ware


    ships, 7 South Palafox,
    Allpha Pharmacy.


    A. othinff so vets ofj' a home
    as handsome furniture.
    .Iairston -Fine.)t hare an
    'm iten e stockI for I/ou to se-
    '"'t j'rom and they icill sell
    .'t to you on lonf tie ic and
    er.,y pay in en I's.
    S .twribe to T 1;I: -',:- ':;:ly ;
    Cet.ti 'e; we ek


    A I Now that John Ruskin is dead a "Rus-
    ARRIVID AT QUAIAWTINKg. kin union" has been formed in Loadom
    Hr *q Tortoino. I, lPeruw, Havan., to for the purpose of studying his works.
    ruif TransitCo Emperor William lias commissioned
    'William Pape. the artist, to paint the
    .A ,I.. C.D.ceoe of Archbishop Simar 'iendering -- a c k et S t<
    it hbk lta:ia. Pndstoilo. Pal -rmo homage. *a k e S (
    c.?AKtD. The name of Samuel .Smiihs hais been
    It LEk k rDa tio :a. ot. o lr sniar,. to lonlg fo-r,,tten t' by the rea.(ling public
    ta'nwtwi A ta ,,crO.,n'. wit, a;..--* s f7 that many will lprotaby be stiurriiised to
    'n ti""ber. a' ft luitr. vjilusl aat ll ai I.. tlior i"f SIfi' A 0" i 0Pronounced Success=S
    it bk Trent,.. 1I". (;ardell. hy Jaqr, still is's,, lit' lives in L .d, u .
    iunr.w.dy c& ('r.r .Mar~s.lies. ith iit2.7 ,4 \ V;tont Spencer Chu(' hill. thi, B:iti-h i
    ft hl ard( I f;'). ;. t. i: cn tinmbt) r, valued at wv.-, ,,-,in ,I ,, -,l'.n in tl ., ..'r ,,,.. a-., I


    .%,.r Lbk 7ti~a'7. Wj -a.' hrb Pensaed'1-
    .umboahr Op ',opr Bu-n.-s A yr... w'tb 5.57.4.4s 8
    t resawu Iubotr. vsIus'.1at
    AT QUARANriI7'E
    Ru' hbk Lu- 7:Jan,.'.',7 laniburg to
    W aM Kt-v'.r A 0"i
    Potrt bk E17noha Elveris. 7;-..(joncahe..
    I'.rnarnhtuera top l:Nlr%. I) ns'dv &AC
    hu' lhk ('-in. 7.4'. .Iobmnsm-n. nlt-neaato
    Nor 6k ILow.-. 1o.51. I. entsw-i. Londicn. to
    Pitsac aula Lumber '~i4o

    THLE SHIIPPING.
    VEdPwLtP 1[9 POINT
    TN.&3U3IP6.
    Pr A :;i:::it P.) ~ t.. (jUf I :-In-
    ,.it Coi
    Mr :r j so ,. i'lt cid f.tr 1 tuina

    har 1- .o *uma. .1.i, Ita, bi d..t to 'A' S Kie'. -
    .r& C.)
    N; rq-ttn.4-,uBimatoHar%,ru wcd

    Ni. attiltrc .xe* t-n~i r l.' to iW 1.
    rmt I


    BAI'1 K
    I t n ze tI a A Ac.: a 'a'.$iret t o. VW I. "t4-
    lot) ,& 4.
    4-i, -. ni-n-.',rt0. V'1SA o- i!ih I-r. toiBaitr- .

    Nor ktia ro,-n :' ~Ce~. t I IH-"ar
    It t-ogtiaaia. !. 'antr--nohe, to itii'.~'c(
    .N''r (onct.rdis. #'-2". ShlSv-r-oi. to ordoir
    It I I it*- u .'aa'ai. 1,,. Lm rtir''ttpem. 1iP border
    t-i,--dI harwat, 1 aErli. cid for St
    V.-'.Ilrlourg
    .Not isi~rFr t. P .i 'A .-i-'. fIsmi aip.'to urd-'r
    No~r t~itist. Vv.' Lat .-n, tip orcl,-r
    N-.r Inzdas. t7'. 72, nt-'u. to v.ulf Naval
    tteirt- Coi
    It L .ugia F-. 4N. C. (Pin-a. to %V SK.y--r a
    Co)
    .Nor %.-rzotpiir'..I175a, Jo~iarson. t~o Haaro.
    Iluaawqidy A v(
    Lumber Co
    .%or erIectp.'ri. Itr's-n. to W S Ki-ysvr
    It %it'anvni'-ft.I'V. ftnzzo. to RopcasaRrns
    Nor sigrid, 549. kauan. to Patterson. Dbown-l
    Ing & CO
    -ti-rtoolatide. 3 M. 'e~t..r'iin to order
    he Tiento. IUl47. 44ard.-mlh. c~d for Marw.ilI.'s
    Arma er'utaiaIt. 770, hk'xt'r, to kXlE MAut-
    -Jun. f* On
    it N'-neozian, '415 Fiara titi. toBuars. Dun-
    nuidy &tto


    H H :i -4.
    (icrEl~ly. 471.t. !iaueis. Ltaooder
    Am Florerac" P rteadacbl. rr.7, I an k. to J no
    A Merritt
    Atali a-minaafl('ristina. i'.' euIfor It. lize
    .A ilalIElsa A Hav le%. 1t5.1. H'-nzaon,. to master
    %in His elmar. -6.Aott Ii-.'to. 1 la-tt-r
    1'.r Julia. El,zai~lb.'.. -,SiAoutaiag., to fIaI&-
    1:r 'Mabel Dan linz. 1:,. Ilobents, to master
    'TyeCLKARED AND SAILED FOkliPAN-
    M4AUOLA.
    8TRAININKPS.
    Itti-r..'- ill. !'- Ir. 11 Itano'hei' tor- l i'
    o-a' f I nvo--rtipa;ii. r. IT712. liIuhllMarch 1
    Ii uieasti'rfidu. Hr. 6'41- ti! amrr'. Ian :;I
    H-iarurado. N''r. 14i. 14,ai.,n.A- itw.rp. Jala to
    11isa. N'of-. F-1. (.vfi~i IVc'.h m
    tLat-gf'.o't. Nor.,1 kin a i-stia. (,rttztt~y
    March I&
    Nrirdpol. Hr. -1 1 Eirt-.rior'k Motreh 21
    t-tofuatii. linc -ad (.IiaMaei rcht
    s ii'nahatia, I;r. Nii&. hmrirraon. St Mt a'iavi'I
    rhaos Waymi-nl?. Hr. 141 #. l'A'it. arx-: -.1 Rtot-
    r,1'rtoii. Hr. i'', ;.'.R..b-rt-min.G(,.nnaa. fInn-25
    ti iio'artwt. Mr. :-.a~liAltitai-rp i.2t-ltv

    :u'..Noi-. i 11 t-ii'r-ack 1;hai
    P A $w~o.
    41 'i ia if-,N or 1--,7. .111 A ii ?werlp I 1-v
    1,r 'd'. d oii2 s"n-'a "i-h 17
    "r'tinnu4. %--r. -4, elI.- er M,iii'7t'I
    ropmet~ho.7tia. 1.'i.-1 1 rIaL -ra .jn25
    C'b.-frootin. Rap-. v' tit 14a' -5a F'~i
    Iin 111a R.c- Wd. % i ( I I I 1 A ci1 1A
    K''ntr 'Iaaatatiark-jv'Evi'r. Nor.'sloI, at Antwerp
    Deac I1.
    Iuta.it -id) Ttnl' li :V
    rrIt t iu-ta'. Iu-. eluld h .vra'nn Macti, 7
    t-'itluciai. It :7r., -1 1 Vpjp. lea.itin lrclaI14
    Fmisioa. it s'~. -Id %nol-i ea -;i 1-1, mothoe
    Nov .!%, ai'ar Port tH. o .Ii
    (vier. Nor. 'hut Pree-'auon I i'e 11
    I .a.-lanao a~atijnaa it. I7%.'1'1!(jitnlia
    Manrr'h
    K-nategeria. Niar. 7'S. -iii i.ucLkqtadt March7
    Jishalan-. Stir. mid 1(ifltiirg l[fee t
    M~arta aMargibrethis. zS.-.d sACape 'TOwn
    Xlcilf-lat j.I. t.erId aiirnt inari'h ,"i
    %iatret.I a. It. oid 1amburg. %iea'x
    .Nleu.inii. Rum. iiw. tid mc-haroi-4o-" i.'tN2
    Monte A. It.7*%. .oldNar-v-ilr's March 3'
    13i'IS leadre. It. ,1.~104.91d Amsrrdani.J anl'4
    Pion.%'-r. 5Ger. I is-1. at L~midon %I msr.'fnI I
    l'rollis..Er JohlibitotI Nor, DIM. aId Bristol
    Vi-b '7
    Ra~cha.'Iie 1'. It. INV2. aid Marmietli... Va-a
    Ri-bt.' Ilan.04414. at Hahitilan. 1 '.
    1-Iia IS1. It. 4n]2. at La Pinta.. Novr N
    V'ibuta. Ntor, tod Lolth Mch 10
    Viarginia. It. sId Mad"Ishr, ?.b :!
    No Right to Ugliness.
    Thlo women who iq lovely in face.
    formt and temjpe-r will alwa~v!A have
    triead-4, but ohie. who would hb.- at-
    r'-'tive inivs? Lee; hpr health. If she
    k~ we.-tk. sickly anidtall ruts dowta she
    .till he net a'lu mil d irritable.i If ahe
    lia cloz-i-iti.tli.Ia air k idneay tritmbli-.
    tier impuirt- bloodit;.Aill (aiu-t' pimple-.
    'ahioo~hei-,'. AkhI it t-r Lci i:it tit.; aand a
    wretched e'npl- '. it-e'tric IBIit-
    to,-r- i .4t !,a bt ipi-d ici leill- intIe
    world to) rs':ual te --m~i,iteb.liver :andu
    ki~dniey, amid to) puri fy thIo- blood. It
    Z a'e -itronll Z ierv,-. Illhhight eve.
    -'nsoot h. a'-lvaeta' -kinii. etCt co piex-'
    ti an. It will nimak#- t iiIlikh.:
    C'i:11'ti1miiz ta-alslin tif it rim-downin it
    IiI (Ill!% Z91 i-zlstat VW..A. D'Al-

    DROPS OF WATER.
    Tli- cen aof I:. i c.j- I befot lole9


    -tti h-1 0 a-! ;:'-.' in th.- v.,rld

    '.a-' '-Cl. :uilf 5-Ir .114 kIOf iP ll' 4 .19
    r -i:a the 'aold alt thoa"fir ith'a.


    ('hoco1:itu' Ciwi'a'n Minta afierc.
    If vibur dvale-rt!. is1:at go: theill. tell
    himfi to get thfhell.
    We are S'ole Axeuti For
    ~a-r&Aimz'- ('h~i. NT. N.
    Kelr-and ('leve~atsd Wall 1Paper
    Fin'.l~ae Wall Pap(-rs. Full linfe
    ,Iaf -utmvle-. JI. F. Ro-s & Co. No. 11
    N. Palafox. p :10ule 2:f'.


    L~as ,11- icei i-h .l-N ; frst nia-tl. It beiar, the


    ThI- la -ay indiisi' for the 1-ust 41 the late
    iqaiaimaze-di i'some wlae 1xiyin th.* s-tudio of
    th, lii lC~lj .r. Itpii'hai:l 11.lP'a rk of C hi-
    0 1':ii.11141 itIs"isijli-i '*.'tip raiirsid'ce It


    THE CYNIC.
    Nonrti!v eni'r -y Nio(1..itt: 7,;gll is a
    S;':~i:ijilnt wo~tt7 al re tw''ople than it


    .Nine i''oph. out of tt':a v'o'i iq iPi're
    d'? w-it li'?ila !t.
    Ahela man doiii' anyila~ir w ia-ti-'ir-
    %by. lit hi' ai'tly xlaa'ays n hLe- ima ,'f iC(s'
    llaii u-cit' .ifSome x 1o011'' I hn t 8;-irmgis j
    pii-Iwith 1w;-' ntni- f'Pi~ll'of ublow(li'S
    1: a~il *t -a 11ii g illpt- ''.14 and tir-


    o~E~&FE?~ICE


    0,&sEH


    fP Eo NOTICES.

    eIbU6 ^501


    %THAI Fib'fr.'taiv -t





    B~ull .r.N' ta


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    0 1 AI I I I1 I I


    ....is the Verdict of th1e people!

    The Great Selection in Our Mam-

    moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

    Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

    ,9and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



    19 Our filliqiry Dbpartm rt


    We have been Complimented by

    all Ladies of the Varied Selec-

    tions we are Showing them in

    Ladies', Misses' and Children's


    -I-El &A. mT $! -


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    SIHREE CITIES.


    "' :<-ri' n 't. .4 fi"'" it *l'h. ity of
    t i I. ts ;:; l ,1'.1 .40; ,:i:41:. tr < 4 -.
    Th I Icity ,if .Ak.lto;n. 0.. 2s ('i:;i',N A tio lfo-
    c'rel.t for installing th' first :initiinl, ii *,
    plice' prtrol. It is of the lait.'-st sizx,
    having a s:eatiug capacity of 44 i p-t'sonS
    and was built at a cost of $2.2'00.
    Los Angeles has the reputation of being
    almost tropical, but it is not a 'ia <-a i-ity
    either in summer or winter. The teUm-
    perajure Is seldomn above 78 at any sea-
    ?son. and that is about equal to (8 in New
    York. May and June seem to be the
    coldest months in the year.


    OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT


    Bristles with New and Modern

    -,Styles in Ladies' Misses' and

    Children's Footwear. See

    Prices in Show Window.


    H..-Wa...,ve. GENTS' FURNISHING
    Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citi-
    ze of H i,.. lately haCLOTHING DEPART ENT!
    wonderful deliverance from a fright- zmd
    ful death. In telling of it 1h aays :ULOTHING"DEPARTMENT!
    "I was taken with Typhoid Fever
    that ran into Pneumonia. My lutns
    became ha.;dened. I was so weak I We just received a Nice Line of Men's
    indel'tped ne. ced.to no and Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
    die of Conumption. when I heard of Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-
    Dr. King's New Discovery. Onep
    bottle gave great relief. I contin-, ingly low prices.
    ued to use it. and now am well and
    strong. I can't say too much in its
    Straie'.ur;san'd"quil:,stIc'urin The Finest Selection of Carpets,
    the world for all Throat and Lung n r
    Trouble. tRagularsize 50cent-, and Mattings and W window Shades
    $1 o.. Trial bottles free ait WV. A-
    D'Alemberte's drug store; every
    liottle guaranteed. YO(RS ANXIO['r TO PLEA.E.

    Have Yuur Paitint" *COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.+.
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    Title: The daily news
    Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
    Creation Date: April 2, 1900
    Frequency: daily (except monday)
    daily
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    Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
    Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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    THE


    DAILY


    NEWS.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 2, 1900.


    NO. 50.


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    N OSBIGR OTANESX-E


    Vet(,ratin of CIvll \;War to, ol."'t on
    lhlloh B;ltilf-1ld4'h.
    Miii':;s, Mar'h! :3'l.--Tn f. rthe --1 i
    i;il n-ut o:i of ti.. v-:.p: n r' ,if the l'lue
    antid gray,. t.'o 1 t,. h -i ,ll thie tba'th th1-ld of
    Sliiloi Aprilj anitd ; i xit. ive- sub-
    st;anitnil piaLi.-, of ltei: ig ouef the iiv-t
    S'rat-trnal anwid .l',dial giath-rie.i-. of the
    suwrvivili:- v'rteralls of the great struggle
    between rith. uorth and -south that Ihas
    i'v*'r tilakn m lic- il ilhe (coluiry'. Pro-
    Itaratituns for th,. ev int ar1 ly-iiig rapidly
    put in hlilap.' L) the cofiniitt,' of ar-
    ranl'miiteniti- tiid it is expected that thel
    i .-st ill :all s 'rvivor.') of tth war Ifro 1
    all parts 'of thi,, touintry wi!l I ot liiaild.
    Thi ,,,'oi>(mi will i), priinarily for th.'
    jIrUpOs ,,f (tt-iiileratiini the iatiiiA.tT-.aryv
    of ith., I1 4odV lattli that ,tuirrd il on th,*
    tield (it .ilii'lh anwl incidentally tor the
    pur; ..-o' if gathteritiag to' tli r va- ima.'iy
    of th I- ing pjarti.-ilaiit.- ii tha: tilit .
    with a \iew to lo;'iating thle' po-itionI It(
    Ilhe vL'.ii u.. oitii id. that f ouig't ,''i
    4 0th .idh-- i ordtr that u iitallh- mark '
    ;3l1 1 lit.'llu llLi ('l >l lii ,illfuo :i\'14 ,t' th",
    ,I' ,i-i,-' d(, 'ids of armit-; r< ':. ,t,'d in'l42 i;"
    ie .t Up I.v thp ,Shihl,;i Mliti.'- p lrk
    lurnt oi tileI llitetd dati .

    PECULIAR CASE IN COURT.
    ilistuna.jJildge 0lohla. Sln:%v y IM:-ria;ig
    ( ontri't-, Arf' Valid.
    hBosl.,, MAir0-i ml.-J.udg, KRichard-
    SA)n, ill It l),i'aci hi if promii.-?.: 13 aeit has
    jiiit ruhld thnt a SuAnday night (coutra't
    of niarriagt- i. not void uudcr the geu-
    er-il Stunday law.
    '-l viuew," l e savy, "~ f what comnlilnn
    knowlh-ld,'e show.. what has xben dou( e
    on Sunday and Sundui veny tv infgi in rfe-
    ipect to co;trncts of nmairriag., I should
    doubt very much if it was geniraully
    thought that anu t;igagem(ent which was
    mad- onl Sunday wat. void. In the purt
    of the. iouintry where imy youth was
    pas*.ld, though it may havel b1'eln only a
    plhiisaut dIel.sion, w usWed to think that
    sui'1i eiki.apgon't-1 t wt ri aii 1 htg thI linings
    that Sunldayi. and e.-i.<'lilly SUidiay
    v'.ni'if. wt iititute < fo'."

    ARRESTED IN CHATTANOOGA
    ;Gang .1' r 'i-.r.k (h urged With iMany
    ( '-i'l- I''sCaptured.
    'ii\ i \\40)t,. MiMarc'h :;1.-The loal
    Ipoli, n:ihriri...- huv, itrr'te- ;i gaiuK
    of ('.,',,-. utlliUo th' 1elllll r' bwing
    I'rani'k Dumian, John D. \V,.st lid
    .l l(ii Fat l'i, i'tlitjfi.jd hby offihcrs from
    Birn:inighun a!- the i. u'N \-h. houv. l.' .
    'nllgilga i.i whtol.'. tl ro)l.r:v. -. f+blo iw-
    inig and uin'oler nlar thut rall io'th.iili. Early iu Fl"bruary the
    ga ng ,nIi,-red aild nhblt4l ilth po)stAtffi 't'
    at Ptrry, (i G., elttinig $14.o.KJ in money
    nlid st:nrivp. 4 ):i the nighr oif Marclh I
    rti'y V i''l',d il .51fl.-< of ith- postolth.'.s
    lit Avondlil" inld tWoodl;l\n. Thl'y il .o
    r,>;,,-d, "] .t.ih e at El;,'o: ::,;'rting $'>.).
    ! ,.:" i ii.-' .t'ellt4d tiln *eli't of th. S1tand-
    3?'. i i *,. ,* 3Ju ii .'!-y. 11 i eli. I .uirt oif lir'-

    DIr. Pnull' I onh NSyrup till thew ininmediate
    ,' i,+1 toai 'child utffl cattinit with lt lit dr.ra l-
    f.il mfillp. Motihr1 s k,,*-p lhI- rslitl, l iti d-
    i ilt*3 ttw' y. hlialdy a)d n it lll -:iv'e yNlu
    ni1i .nyv ii-w-.3 h1iour4. It cotemi lit -..' l.


    THE ANTI-FUSION POPULISTS 2,000 MINERS ON STRIKE.


    The'vy PI'ro1'es .1gAjin-t all 11or ('0u1nvn1-
    il )ll ait sliou o Falls..
    )mi \ii%. .March 31 T'he (X.-cutivi
    4,:;;:'i3 tc.,i 'if tile aniti-fu-ioll Populi.st
    par.li ..' :- i-u.d ll an appal to tlie pl ,ji -'h
    li-rot-'-rin" ig fwainlit the validity of ihe
    ,l! fi r le Si. iiux Fiall national coei'l-
    tion and notifying all Populists that only
    th ,. who ri'soeize the Cincinnati con-
    v.tri.'on will he countenii"anel in party
    c. oi: !i; du(lr.ig the ailntllmaitigi.
    Th.' ,' urt.- haive u Sti;nileld the e'snten0-
    tii if 4lie i iti-fnsion factioni of th.e P-
    t.-r "' ,r Populist club to it- ,vle right
    to fhat ti'l,,.
    W're Married by a N egro.
    S \v\rv ulii. March 31.-An inci+I-,it is
    report.-d tfroin the iturt of ordlitiarty that
    has nw', lbeen 0lu.1le'd in th'. hi..'-u y of
    C'h:itliali llity. On)u Feb. 7'; i-.t a 3iar-
    ring' c'-riiti'-it-* wu< isn-- .I hv .Jiidg,e
    Ferrim!l for. a white 0,j', \4.: .-tat,.d
    that thev r,:-ii3. l in l I ,.u'i ', .int'.
    S.-v. I. Mill'-r, a ; i'"'1-o 4"ii f'l -, i called
    at th ,c.irtir',ou-' and fil. .I :i, turns
    'Crtitfyiilt i thi i hi, l i ia. i ri i- I h
    ciii'4.' 3i M ar<'h '.

    nu atic *l i' ?lhoollt, l r C'l IN\\ TI. M.irre :li.--li a of
    t'!i! .>rar'"y 3i i-. litify. ". li.i'i i.* rd. 3 'd
    .1 4'i-:trr *- lot ire,. ii,. 3i ,I':i ;.i'l kil.'I

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    Vo'canlic CIrIpIIon.
    Aroe eriud. but Skin 'r'' ti. rI ..
    life 'if joy. Hucklt n' .\;Arnica .S >i'.
    -are- tieni : ;,-,) ()Old. l::inr:ii:g a.id
    -'-ever Sor,-, 1'leer-. o:,il-. I-i:,i,, -.
    t'orns. Warti. C .'-'. Brui---. utr-i-.
    -calcd-, Ch-tpppd Hiandiz. ('iilbl.tii-.
    He-t Pile cure on earth. I)rve' out
    Pains and Aches. Only .' ets 'i
    box. ('urp guaranteed. Sold by WV
    .A. D'Alemaberte.


    Opera'torii Rafuslied to Aer'Ple to Their
    DI)iieand-, tlor Higher W1age..
    IIi: NFIi D.M. Ky., Marc'h 31.-The,
    ininr'i' and operators' convention ad-
    Sjoumli-ed last night :-ince die without
    rea, iing an agreement.
    Thi- n .iniing a strike o-cnrr'r, and
    affrets all miners i Mubnhlnbnrg. But-
    ler, Melkan, Ohio, Union and Webster
    countie.i and will throw out 2.100 men.
    The minitrs w'4:anted -0 e-"its a ton for
    picked co al, while ih operators offered
    only 7T v 'itur-. 1'he miners also wanted
    a 1) p1r Ce-t r-ai*s, on all day labor. while
    thte operate rs would g iv'* only 12l per
    cciit.
    St range Iqtlqewla In Alabama.
    M|>x,,\ii.3i>!T, Ala., Marh 31;.- l--.
    W. II. Sainders, the -tate health iffi'-er.
    has reci ived notice of the appearance of
    a strango.f di-eaie in ElmUeni county, and
    he ha-s ,tion- them teo thoroughly investi-
    g-_ito it. It ik said to resemble pneun, -
    uia aud is s.4mnthinig like cerebro-spiuial
    menliiigtis. Three members of one fanm-
    iv have diu'd frmm the effe'ets of the dis-
    ease, and there is much t xcittmnl'it in
    the tieighborlho. .
    captain n lI.vais Ret uri .
    W.~sI\';Tl\, Mai.rh :.1. Captain
    Rohley I). Evans of the lighith i ',, thiard
    hias r-.tirn-.l to th,; city from a v-i-it t ,
    t':ilwa. Hs, rtrc n tlvy li.ld it -,'v --Fo.fiIttiv'-l
    S if r '11i, t i-i 1t n11 ri ,1 il thi 'ili i!ir f-oii. i t3iOit r iim ladV. I- v.-ryv lIULl' lii-

    l'hilioe i.it lrin "- IIil tilgr.iiil -.
    N"w .' ',:. 'M. ircht -31. TI., ilwaii
    lir- ...A: 1, n .': -'1.-- l':i -h p P ii. ,i.
    \ve:i. i ..-ri .-., t1 '".L .i ,. '1. H1f -i:: 1;.'-' a:':,t
    g.. r-. *'. In 1. 1 1 *. "ti l ii.''i '.' .-3- i, :
    T \ li 'i .':in 'i"' ni 1 ir-.

    T< ( 'UCFE A CODI) IN ONI; It- V
    :,a*- I.,.. t v,. 'romT ui Qtilnln T,tli'-I-. A!
    i3 ;B. -;'. F*-',: oi t ;i- 3IIn!-1v ;f i ti,
    "'i' t' '> ( ri)\ -' ]>iTt lftt j ;** .3 i 4 11. ',

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    chIeap o;fes, Ihichei' r or i
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    A THRILLING ADVENTURE.
    Boat iun Party's Experienee at Neal hia
    Small Saillbe~t.
    ot 1'P-s. ( 1a.. March 31. T1i-
    sram,.r J. W. Hires, which ha.-s ju
    r,-aichd th t" ,Iumbus wharf, briugn
    Uews ,of a .irilt ylin tdt'.. rurt' au prty 1i
    La Niillnult in St. et.i-rgi, o.,i' !,-eiar A. ;.
    h.l,,hi,.>-L. FLa.
    tiij- i-ty i3i --l 1 pi. ty ft Alu-
    llu'|iac 'Li o, a., ,l i.i .L3 i Ld ia thb%
    lt.i,. ;;:kiniL. .: "i :u a r.it1 ,r frail
    .'sUlb'.3' \V',. 1 it *.V -'.*.r~.r d LA't k to
    AIptl.1.1d4-i. 1t j.:' ;3o3' an!d the small
    vtst .il w t-; li,.LoO..,' ;,!.. ,at evy th wiAavt'-
    i111 n i "i',:' .,*; 1':V 3" ." ill' ..ii u4tioli
    W\ rnp'il: l ;i a th.k ft'. whieh
    1'. '-u , : -.. li;, r ._ul.ir ,'hil:ianrl.
    Th-, .,;; 3 ,-in:' v,. '. i, ;.'r ''" tll ii 5 \vifih
    S 4't 3.4 *. l "r!.!..,\1 : -,..- r on :33rd.
    i: v :i. in, t.,w .n : . r '.1 .il
    , I\,i !>. i u ,.-i. 1 ; ..,1in- it lhau
    i n ,- ..!i ::*.,',.:-..1 ,. ,i .t ii lhir in lh.i
    . + i0i1d. "'i plitr>y -* q'.- ,,I. rhln I lit-
    i ., a y!v ;:;,lf ai i l, ,* ,, :i ; .ni r. -
    \v:i.PETTUS' BITING ri i : i 'SARCASM. fiir->l
    I 'ir; .-\v.ptf ou t r., rl, u t .

    PETTUS' BITING SARCASM.


    -" lie M1. I.,,. ;tI lliiiorolI \ .! .. In In-
    ,:.;. ,':' h 1 ;. I: ', i ',,1 '3 i' I" Iils- on3 o r .t.ir. .
    ; !..I. t l' 'i' | .i l 0 [ r '.. e'i--e'
    m y" ;.! i*"i. I 1 .. ,-" i,1. ,:1 ; ., .v : !.. > W ti N ..eo M :ir:r i :'1 - ., .- u <* i
    S!ldi 3i' ; A.s .. 1 :t )'v-i ..Vi.l \ 'i 4. 1. lion f tit, d. v .'.' tit i .ll it 1 \r -. thN
    Jii, ',i3 -'.3.,l- iv ;iind .,*i,' t i .o h s.turt. sp(- cf S ;:iat(->r Pt-ttn oi Al.han:ai. ti
    '. i-.lve.- a i ,v b t l ,hil.- whihhli liv r,r 'l : n rh-- h.-ad of1 the
    t't, !, 3 r:taiii.5s 4 il! p:- ,:b~.y 1t :e T .: :i to youthful K-'publi,'-a.u -.' t ;', . lever-
    Mai'i.-.-11 .. ... .'l, iiterr, l b, tht idice of Indiana. the vials lt lIi wita ou I
    11,s. i t' h is 'lh-i-r. synicisnm. In th,. '-(urse ,.f & ,rcimal
    O.liarl'." l ppiri (iblta wa. h ll.;i 1spte'-h on the I'hiL'ppui-" Il i-neral Pot-
    4uInii Ainne ''nua;y. Md.. .i year, ago; tug d'livetred a diixrp4rtamtio iiun the
    gLeuii-tret fprm Wa.hi ,igtuou ollejt, qnalitis o,,f orators 11r i*n< nl. mnd th,
    Chunti'rto,.-i, aiid wa. aUdmittdI to the yoiui Iludia:ian in ItrticuLar. whi-'b wa&
    iar in 1I14li. wa. ulekte*d s tate's atturovy the mo(t humorous thing ihe- s.-uute hia
    for TalhoiL county and held office threi known inu iany years.
    .suc"s...sivt terni%; was l.'v:l .uts a DeI- Not nuly the Itlil;ti .ir,3easm of (the
    i-rar to thfe F.orty-ninth, Fiftieth and t aged Alabanuian'.- wrn. b lu the who"l,
    Fifty-tir.-st asuO'ss nud was apJpoinit<-ed ianvnr w f duiliv.ry ot.ilinrd to maike
    U'nirtl S.naa.r fr tilt a vaan'cy tvus-i'd the h'tiiur r *ady hy the' .ld man to th-
    by th.,_ d.-athl of E. K. Wilso., taking his young one p-r!ap-. the mio,-t fam.'ous. of
    weat in 1i91. lie was 4l-.: iod to Ill th" its i:.l thi, wivall' of thi ,l- t .tr 'hamub'r
    uu-'xpired tr ::n .lt., I, I >.1 have 'vk-r .ih -1.

    SLOAN WAS BADLY BEATEN. SIGNOR COLBONI RESIGNS.


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    [I 4v'r!'o1 l 41r1i)- ng i fl3 U ,', \t. .-i' \.'':' lr.'
    L.a', Il)arnr '1 < t) 'h.
    I iif r.1, ridi,.u Iv\ .1. l^-il. ""3.> -..' e -
    ei. t.4i S1i 'l ire J.i.'kaw;.s '_ir'l. 3 'v'ii
    Ih -i **4 r-111
    Sy Fox riFddxni 1,y ..; ,'i, \V ,x tl
    l:<-.:d, ;ilt'i.ti,ii lrh b wiL imn tih' l''.ld I :l-
    til fairly in lin- fo,r homii wh'i.n it iltht
    p.-int ( -l-'hh dr'."v in fromut a:d '.v,,u
    4:;si!v by tive' l ugIth1. Ti.'ki ii. di:..
    t.ln *** sparaltd th, mw iid i(ind .1 ill

    J'iia Lji.,,ri ),il spri'in!'g ,.i> ins ot l*l is
    s.)IVere3,n-.s 3 ', st'fr'i'..'n in phl;'it or rh
    wh, 0 i' sPi ,'t., ;lit the wv-iitin.r' op'i 1in.
    ;a in'iii,.'lp f' i-" ti y>dtir oldsanld upw-i:'.l-
    Dliiai'r', 1 i1iile. ;litd :1 furloin.-
    I Dr. Bull ('ouagh Syrup at once for
    >o'>i !'h atia ;>l i.ri pre. It ltias '-to.ei itr'
    lt..- :;<'14 i. ip itively a reliahl) r.'+in flV.
    l.if" :, too4 *'tiort to expirrii3rtii witlh new
    ,i -".ti,-l "'** i curc.s." Bull's Cougb Myrup
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    Other 0.1! *.L14i of tlh' Itallanu Pret.i-
    d. -n y .Allol ItK tir-.
    R, o.:, M .i-hi 31.-Si lin r .A-li- ri. pre<-
    vi-nit of tile hiou..-. ti >k their h a:tir at th *
    ,priiin,' oif ti!, ,huu lb r of, ,,'ivuti. ; r T -
    iLay and a in i'u,..iiiwd th i .4igiiior tj. lbpui
    had resiKgn:.d the ipre-id.nc*nry anld that the
    (iothlir offi.-ial lattac'hfd to th, pr.'.idei.-ey
    had a;!.,o ri .il-il,-.
    Aft-'r :a ,-**i d-
  • Gio!itti, the former premier, whoi urged
    conciliatio:i, th. h'.inik-r adopted a tiipo-
    tion submitted by thlie premier, I nral
    SPBlloq, ilmakinig the el.-etion of i prtei-
    dent of the lii. tli', first lfiul.a-m .4ee of
    Monday's .s.-i0ll. The sitting t rday
    was ialmn. thoiuh the SRxcilist were ex-
    ultutit at theo ri..ignation of Sifiognr cul-
    boni.
    Charter Appliedl Ver.
    ArTI.ANTA. March 31.-A charter ba;,
    ben'ti applied for at the offie,'- of th.-' -4
    rtivtry of state for the Atlanta., St ,ont
    Mountain and Dahlonegt railroad, a li:e
    whi,'h the inI'orlpoator5s of the company
    prno.pse to nin from this **ity to St nom
    Mountain, passing iby the grninite quar-
    ries at Lithonia and running thenos
    through thJe g ,ld counties of the state.
    terminating at I Dhlonegn. The object
    of the company i.s to open up to rapid
    trailnso)rtation a section rich in granite,
    and gold, and which is isolated to a
    great ext. lit at the, pres..i- time.
    "Prepent'on 1.- the best bridle."
    '3 (3o'i3 w prevenlt '-i'kie4' naid cut*
    h:it tir fd [fclitik and all blomd
    iiinors by taking Hood s Sar.-apa.
    I ril.a.

    Weekly flk S tatement.
    Naw YoiK, Mareh 31.-The weekly
    bank statement shows the following
    changes: Surplus re.-rve, increased, $4,-
    108.530; loans, increase, $9,Jl),900; spe-
    cie, increasedd, ,021.O)0;: l.i'al tender'.
    increased, l$.,915.900; delitmit-*, incre.and,
    $7,700,200; (circulation, increased, 17.,-
    900. The banks now hold .,3t>;,i.10 in
    excess of the requiremeut.4 of the 25 per
    cent rule.
    White Defend.s l'Penlon Laws.
    MONT(o<,tRY. Ala... March 31.-Sta:t.
    Auditor Walter S. White, in reply toi
    aome criticisms in the state press of the
    workings, of fit" liate lofnsion law enacted
    by the last l-ti.slature. ,'laims the credit
    if having the law .nam'tl by the l.gis-
    latur., anil that it wa don,, hbr a unan-
    imous vrt4' itn b'tlh l on r, of tie gnileral
    asm-i1 1lIy.
    When Your Join .-r ,St.ff r'a o'or
    lilii -lt-i- 1~,I e, aY st, 1 1- r I hf-'i'iria-
    ti?nll. when you -l!i ai! -;iit:in :-
    jo itit. -tlitit,1 .,' i -i.i,* r Ir iii-.
    youir-t.lf. PAIN\ K II.I.I:.; 1 wil ".ak"
    It tli- i' - .. .l !i yoi .3'1t in

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    t .. -- i- 1),it o i. i I' r. l'P rry
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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.
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    _SATANIC


    This most aggravating and tonneiitinrg of all s i;a *l. '. y r :' ,i oii'ion a (f
    the Iblowd, iandl ;:nrl-s n.lt"ve i th.ir h -.ac ti:l i;'-tr:;t:.:.::'. i:t' too much
    of this acid ,Tison reaches th! skin ;':ld it l c<*'-:ne rt' .t!l and inflamed The itching and turning are
    almost i:nieat.r.'.ale. c i:n;.sible, the ,k-mperale sfccutrIr, r"ga:dlcss This luuni.,, ;'ching h'-inmr apvearq- sometimes in: Ittle p.ustules, discharging a sticky fluil. which
    funs:' cnusts and scale... Again the 'kin is dry, hard and fissurei-, itchc.i intensclvy. btlet-is aid a-c.ias over.
    This is a painful ;an st'),lxj::a form of the disease.
    W whilee Eczeima. Tetter, I:.,' siptlas, Salt Rlheumn antd many ike troubles are spioken of a,' di.ar'.-s of
    the skin. thc. are really Mlioal diseases, because


    THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
    WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE,
    fthe bNioold is tn a pure, he lthv condition, no lvaisonou- dtinents cin rt'acli the skin.
    External applications of w~as.hes, lotions and salves sometimes mitigate the itching and -Ilotlie the
    Inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Orlv S S. S.. the real bolod medicine, can do this.
    CIS S, th- fork' rhtrcly Vegt'talalaremedy 1,nova-n, is a safe and(1 t~rnhatitf lit cure for Eczeuia and all deep-seated blahwrA and
    #ki-n traaJaltaa It K, ca. aiect too the '- .,* of the dli-ease, neiltrah'~e- the acirisi~ t~l dCILaise-i the blood, re-inforceui and invigoratcs
    &!l the urgaxx%. aital t~iuu cea1rs t~he s'a"'ernof all iKniplritic's throutoh the natural chauxnels ; the 6kin relieved, all inflammation
    susie-and all f--gns uf the rli~se a i-ap-pe~r~
    mr, .( !-% M-iIit''~ ti a.if .* a I':, !l se W.1,affic~teat wisth c'af~ t.-aT( ;II'!Er7eUB
    frninilot! -,h tI Ier fe -r at ':'I: care 'r .1 -'. I! "C:I thia I..'-I a.--Win, I ra. atownzadiac.:int!, Iitr Iliibs
    aftllhatioloiWere se7 N '47e he WAAt'ifrtaal ',x F01 the alaf tIurs vitawn withaaat I .'rng 1-etTi'tftt". alltd in
    beir to-ar !iht-' fa r ~wa.- Kua4t,% ail ld ih%,.icriaiiiitoteil." s S- aShe ra s'I h:, au, nwas
    Tolt P1 tIq.4tA".1 V'sl lia.o-ver'! ,iiad return e-f ot ~1~ 'rC*h!- a... ''evetern %trs,4gaa -heliv'wr'rely
    -b'wr".le wati1l has. ?.Ieela in her graif *.earT :agaa taut iat ',)T and' addb. shlat it has a Cfuri me
    1k will IS1 far a,01--~
    @We: thev will chtvrfullv give any information or ad-vice wanted. We make no'charge for this. Address,SwfSpci C.AataG.

    ITEMS OF' INTEREST. I__I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
    Forr Ik'ino&'Krat H' Pritiiari. atit rI(l Cn-1
    Tilt-i it Ta: ~ -of fio- 'Ihaa eFEt.For I apretlffiative.
    ***-' ****'''1*if, convent loll of triK Po nt ~la-'Ila'e'an nnune#-'my!.elf a'.It candidate
    1~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~a 'af'*. .*"a1.li' g t~i ernt ic i'hhvlot F! ''cuumibaCaU ltjuit-fir 1t iih. far taoiie,4a-mtatu'a'a'ofiE~rinrift county.
    :.: ............*. .,al w th rt-al tt o~aI'ari it I. U hCt iaaall a Fit' id .i) l i l.--i tia" i-'I.attura.. bubjact to life
    Wi:ti dnY of Aj~t i i 1. I' 1(.Ir te t~ ~ iurfpa-a a, daf ji lt ilfinthi'sa.
    41F-alta I ..~ 11;'2a;-' at pa r. a'-rr u~-'L, per.eu tr ',pre-aart C. MalitEar J4aNVS'.
    lia i "fl ifte a caiad idatoott for at. i~ra'-'.o ep eiolla
    i:,#. "- l.I 1-- 4 vo itiltfrt lta-rtha-rarpaa%a" Of .a'ie'.'Kfill; .:,i
    tiaa ~Ita- 4'a~ta'ltlrj a '.C) timl'' nal taa l~'~a-a'~titi''a'af 's lkinitalila a~il~it%' lit
    r*-. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 It~ee-t- nra." iea.' -l 10iiiaV Ktht' MtEt'~ia 'aa te 1101Ie LV9-1GIekua. bIbjtlijCL to KIj,.*Iaraa'ar
    a,. 't a~ 'a a'.' aa'.'.. itar, alaw ln a-1'4 to, I ntIV(it [) a l tI I I 0-ta-- 'arid !aa' r m'tt11 kr:k Iao
    Ir'Jtra a' tl'atn z a autilrta l%'a -a. J.1. 1 ;:%I lz'r 1 1- iF.
    -. . -' ~ ''a' tr%..aI oa lalZ itto-'a'ta) lituld tiatril thin r -uc.--
    I '* ':-:: 't;.; ar -hlll peI'a bla.'Cand III ll I~ Foar baiaerilli
    I It.. aI I. ~ aa a A'atad aa' tafaaliuaimi.m'p.-"iatt at -ital ,i.0 ton b o'fr iv meiiy','a f .TW~
    .1 .~ ... IaaravaIltl'ar laaatflaly i-k tt*a.- support ialf ha.. vTIa at -l

    a fla,1' ra.' t ('4111:l1 Na.4.M I I I v Ivfairly ar~d umnpartually.
    I, :,aI. I; .I t'e ,i r C-11,- N o -). H I I r -'
    t. *.an~~N a.t. 11 auStoweOlt nFor Sheriff.
    AI t T 1, a rrni No 1 IM tt Iet.I lt ibytin a'c nitttt'.' raf s a'i i dar t t1>.
    I '~ *~ faa' 'a~a'.. ~ H Nila.".a* Itlif? ?tplIIL... rag.. nd iita- ltto ffaticeOr sI : ia-m rt-. k.N
    a'? '- a .. ~ ja'0 lltard & fk4-1 aanank'"Faritna baa .r 'u Ity. j'Ioridit. atndf ;lvttl 'O a1I l- Saur-u

    f I'ta '' 1 ,.`...i. andl -I a a). ly.I. ra-r'al at I
    N (.a4,Ile -p'ie-r.' ~tI- For Sherif.
    .''%ti.~ ~ ~. '~ ~a.' i;. j~ na- a I xaa-ra-by an ntiounce mysel f a Ct'lltnd d te 'fo-r
    NilI ..1,11 VVarn1 tT af i 'f P~aCount% tt tilt',a'nsu flng

    a t .' :.U I'a i7 aa~:Ma~aa Foir (Clerk of tilt-Circuit ecit rt.
    a tt.:h. a a''. a n't 1 ~J o lie prno.- 3? eta~t~gda'a gt."fra I1 hereby announce myself as a candidate e
    IhL ~tner'aI Pr .'clucL. r t aUa. ol a't- --t oth and for ro-le-atit'(tlo s cle'rk of the circuit court
    .1'.'ar.-to,.aaIt.. T.Urfta'a'a ( nif l~anrlfnaf two ca: '(1- Of l-.Catmrbla county ait the ensuilit. election
    a I ,a ~ a:.~'.j.~ ~ datit s for tifa' Haau-a' aaf ieprt sa'ntsttiva't, I.f.r a.( us'k tLa3 support of the 1'otors.'
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    1 '.'I~;a '-rt 44 .* &ijrt.cuII a cotir.d Ilit. tofir 'frrw al: ac0 111 ( F 1or (ircui 'e c
    I~~~~~~~~~~~ kd' ''1...a a'iia ala' italat'' faor i'Vax Av-tao-r. it (% Irll '," to"'~. I anunotnnec my r'andidney forCa'rk Of tilt.
    .-Ir-0 i'rraauwar. I .it e titm doltoa'fail (a'o ilti Judge. ik ('Irrarit I ai.rt of I'Est-n thib ti'nco ntya'.sIala'i'vt
    :iiia'' a-I a -aatar. ra'-l;It_- C a.didiate fur Utitri tI oallda.Ka1K afVu! ik'tInit. I- 10thaeactarionof the ewr-titriz 6lra'crni it Ic
    st.Lr u ct II IIaut c. a I t I t la i t Ito')faa('4, au II t y 1 u I y -VI Ir I',E L NI .Il
    r. ~., 'Ia. tot4a the110iI.rat se- aoacut didittv 1tar t ierlxof I ri Kliall ~ Court. apiini a~
    ~u~ticaradidu -' faar .1 u.ri' a a -fI"f 'taaa Smid faCol-_ For ("ircuif ('I tk.
    ___________ titwe -for a'('ra lr i tla Wrat. Iif ell tdidate Nfar
    J taqtt(ItoratIla aca' fa k irtI'1aft aaI aa-'t a It r'ati- 'Fo t tie Votaers of Escanintaa I ar t) y
    P OULTRY POI NTERS. dida a-farr t 1 u ra' -in bv ~aaf" rt I or1aail 1.'a'Matryara.1,lol I bai'Cb3annonce lL&aiyself a Carndidlate rut
    - ~~I kBourn.o. afatinio's a'aeci'ik maof Ktila- lia'mro'.the officea(iaf clerk ofthe Circruiat coau rt iaf
    a a!i- acala' nil c ratic' %- ai' -t ),;a ) an aut aill ile- E'.ataimbia (county and will tIit-' p~ta-'aad tar
    ha j '1' l l aaif lol o, i Yn Ira liq a:riad, .t o a'ara Ktit-, Ira al caot itai a.and h ave tihe support of tny friends and t he
    14pr t!". 'a a .' a faa'a-Is ivan always ttaa:4-.ap. ita aoll ua'saliv.Ktila'ta4t h dray aaf A prri. 'a4 a rrs generally. JaJItN FLV .A KI''A.
    V".t tbam t .u iism, fa4ar Khe i' arpln-e (a aaf i'a nlUr 't I I lt d t ( -- ___
    *iat'iion allt.ia'faa. )ia 'ng inspeettal ana lea'Iaiki laFor Tax collector.
    Ilt wr-: a f~,a '.ai:il;a !r:at :ItinKittla fn l til a t-o a".I e acti-aai an, irat'ra ay ".'cle-ctied iainad ap- I huereby' announce myself itsa candidate
    a (Iten a..I i a' a I! :i-i*' 'a' r' arooa alaig in otanat. it: for re-a'eletion nat `Tax t'oaiector atit EIcai.8l-
    ab.- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ) bulal.lr a' P oai,:a-; !rk A m id 'e. I ra li' ha i'ountv. and ask Kthae support of imy
    inc.l fl ..I aooa:7 af fo-4 vI-ark1 a' It'.at"aaU friends aatlt voters gaenh'roftt'a
    J'j~~..~a~..j rmra'2I f'iI 4'a iii aa'Lar fa'aa ('j'-rk.A. If. ll'AiF.MltFKTF..
    lit Vioaa r ah'I.Itia- ar' 'aIs.~t l arra.lar lax (Collector.
    -.1l ;1 :;,] :1';: I a a'a! itil :t aaaal I "inm.a atN.' .-:-Farank- at'/ a1 1. 'ao f11 The Many friends. of .1ud:-ti I. Inir
    a l'ft )I:' ZI If.'I l aai.I' I tIaatar-: a '. F aIt, .jnk-'. having aobtaainedI 10%q ('itselitt hereto v aia.
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    f'or Mien-ter e-hanal Hoard.
    T'he frind- o(if % Mit..1. I. .STIWA Rtin oOf 'Wit-
    nut Hill. hatu in %n ns'-iurr-il hi4 conlo -nt,
    hartahy mini,oiunea' his (-anlida(lcv for ineni-
    a)-r of the Elsicalmbia I' ountv l chooil Hoard
    tor th nor1 the-rn dl strict. subject to the ac-
    iln-I a f1r tia ilaf'Eiocrllati prinliarils.
    I-or Tax A saewor.
    Thl' candidacy of William W. Richard, is
    h.'r-by onnoun -ed for ret-+lection l a tax a'-
    -e'..-r for Etcambia county. subject to the
    action of the democratic primiarlem.


    Trv Tnir: N:. w.Wnt column: it Smoke DURHAM Ci- E. Government Street.


    n


    fl'rrrr'ata' Thfaa atlt !


    it'aa is a'x r~nth, vIja"' ta'''o
    I i a,'Z )1 :11t.l11a a 1' '1 Itr 'TAt. -. tl!'i.:t 1a-.
    ,It' AS~dn oi'a'I aM T"a. %'a-.1t' v 1--.111a N"5'- '.v li'r-

    Atllabama211*N4 -4% ~.jil; la4r "Sorld.

    'staHj' )aaaaarat,. 'altala.~a ri1r
    a'a"Sa'i r ira xittIlay R. 11. Walk, -r. hms
    10a-al it!a f. a4"SS'ia:' tar1 11,an. Erb.aP- l ti
    ti ~ls, n t!aa 1 a a4-ft ilta' al' r.t. a '.alaa-4 111V
    frriiantlli.t'ariiity'and i tl Ijalinrt Erieltn'!oi
    te'r. itrprina._, lakw'S'a r aif I.A'lxinon. Teant.
    F-ire' In Jh,Ja~l'town'f.

    leatnhe'r idrava-'i~ai..' ataili'alini'nt a(of Ta ajaj
    r& Vr-.lu arg k aIaa~ailalaostravea'1b~y firoa.
    I., r'; ("ttilt i ~t tr partiallyy ('aa'S'

    Ma v Dlie aofII'.Ii% tInrIEia
    Nk-:''r' a a.K. M ai'.' -Ii 31-A-a the re-
    sult (if lt,.ar' irjria'. aaivelKIa juvenile
    svxtrrl!I. iur atah it i-' f-a'rord Tba-aruas Me-
    (j'a a f thkis citt ma' t dieia h.
    SMutuami [eurets.
    "Yo L:r. rt t l ~t i* : a '''. tt n I c ,s tli l a tie l t -'
    b~t aralial u i'i '2a f ILe tret

    li~'a' a .a't il a ' alie l Nvth ir o.I

    ''I ihail a patI ri tin I 't~lr -1i a.ta'io
    ple'a-l~'a' Ia. .Ii.tala aa ],!St ISa' la'la a


    -AAND-


    General Contractor


    |huildimgl:. I;. i: i; :1'. .,Tantel anil (;ratei S-ttialan P' l,aithia : -" ,
    .aid (i;lt Fitting.

    A Complete Plumbing Department under ti.:

    Management of E. B. Morey.
    -\;"i-ti' 1) -ie 1n I:' timiiatt -. PlaI)- ; (and Sp),cifi,.it '
    intg oft All INtil-, Prepared on Short Natic,.
    W L.\ rir.:,f and Care-fully Hol.vtil Stock of l -iN.. J i' -
    rilitls of All Kiindl.. 1iath Tub.;, ('Clo-*.: .ail d Hoii.a-tih.d .\iAppli a.
    HIIt WVatt.r Ianil (iGas Fixture-.


    No. 19 S. Palafox St.


    SI'. i l aC d~i-Inttrun-
    -New Ya?'! .1ou;rmil .


    A II'nlpnh~e 3MirtatnL#
    !a '11. SrliP I's diMA i. MI -S. Highmlnll. I *
    11:1%oa. bneen wwamtd'or'f ullyst ruck by103'tm
    stro; K*O1el''s'K0lIlaa.'i1'you blar'urto) yoi'r.


    hlusban d.
    Mrs. H!ighmind-YoliNng man, you are
    altogether wrong. I do not boar any
    resemnblance whatever to my husband.
    My lusliInd looks like me, that Is all
    ---Chicago Times-IHerald.

    Five Thousand Rolls


    of Wall Papir in stock. all
    t'-t t patt( nI,-- and ( imore
    l' ice- frailn Se to $1.75 l'-r
    Io-A & ('C.. Na. 11 N.
    l'li :i,, -2.


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    Paila fosx.
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    a 'alr Pl on ir ioi'.'. A -k 'S'wr'tI ( 'r
    1,i t I a ItI.


    HILTON OREEN.
    PR F. .:'r
    E. W E L 1,S.
    VICE:-1IES IlDIENTr.


    T. E. WE RL .
    o~f E. F. t"':itiiidera
    IC. 3. NV'HI I'M I RE.


    A General


    DIRECTORS:
    W'M. FISHER.
    & ('aa.
    JofIV~ F. PFFIFFER,
    L. kI I I ON0 R E EN.


    RIX M.


    MORIlI. l;F A!.


    Ve~els' Accounts Handled on Favorable Tcrrns, -.-
    Chan.e Bought and Sold, Collection.,
    frromptly Attended To.

    ACCOUNT TS SOLICITED.





    The Star Laundry,



    THA PIOIER 8A RY OF EST FLORIDa!


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    FAVORITEl


    Our Addres.-
    i- lwaY I-. e'a 1 ok f-a' a'r
    Ia' = b.',ii at'-s' f t! a f
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    Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING & CO,


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    Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
    08a ANTi) 605 t. PALA'OX STRET.


    REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLIN lN- ('-
    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH.EL a HON S PV M .-
    6uam. hirti. lifts. Ills., lutliCl In tlruts, larta, lilers, aillt
    0OM PAM In. XMM&um..
    C. McKenzie Oertin: collecting g Agent for Bar Pilot-' I .
    ciation.



    T17Y TBI iWS' WAIT C,0LMI!


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    Citizens National Bank

    OF PENSACOLA.


    JOHNFi. PFEIFFER.
    4 '.%SfI I
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    Banking Business Transaclrd.


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    Buyers to Buy


    L.MPHONE 114. 37 IL GARDEN S;
    pW")~1CALLF.T.) FOR AND DELIVERED I 'RFY.'
    WALKER INGARANM. Mngr


    ESTARTrjikawxmu 1863.


    GROCERIES


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    The Well-Known,

    Up-to-Date Store


    HE$TZ & CO.,


    Qv120-122 -0


    I-A Elty DROP


    for Infants and Children.
    Castarhv 1-4 t 1arm]e"as siubs~tituterfor (aa-tor Oil. 11,rr
    goric, IDrop; zandilSoothting" yrnp-&. IL kit I'b-wa-dtm.I
    contains neither (Opium. 51o[rphi~ne imnor*the~r Narsra
    substance. It 4le-tromys onns 311an lLai% Fverle-lm,
    it esires IPiarrlto-aaand ind.1iiiColie. It T,.'e ''
    tin- Trouble-s and citres Coungtipation. It. rearah,
    Stomach and1 Bov~eka, giving hesilthy zu.' a~ ntuiralI -1,
    The Children's P1tzznicca-The 3I(thecr's Frit int.

    The Kind You Have Always B0i110,
    Bears the Signature of






    In Use For Over 30 Years.
    ?14fC cftaum compomY. TV EUNRAw 13E7ST"T ew




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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 19CO 3
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    --,%%on to repeat It


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    film Antivitlon.
    "You have lit) ainhition," asNerted his
    better half qi-ornfully.
    -Not tiov,- he replied.
    "You never had any.- she Insisted.
    "Oh, ye-4, I dhl," lie answered, "but I
    I achieved the goal of my ambition when
    I acquired a rich father-in-law!"-Chl-
    Cago Post.
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    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte's.

    P44CIZIEDVIAh
    FOR STRAX DIVISION
    PENSACOLA k3jECTRICTERMIN.All
    ItIVILWAY COMPANY.
    Trains leave Pensacola for the Littit
    Bayou, Paimetto beach, WarringLull. Navy
    Yard and Fort Parrancas at
    6.Q41 a.m. arrive at Fort Barran cas 7:15*.rv
    10AX) &. M. &rrivo at Fort Harrancas 141 41) &.M
    1:11tl p. m. arrive at Fort B&rrsncn4 1:46 p tv
    3:30 p. m. arrivo at 'i)rt harmnea* 4: 1.-) p m
    4:15 p. in. arrive at Fort Harranesis 7:11, v w
    *?%:iii) p ru. torrive at Fort Bar raness M-46 p.u)
    Trains 1,&ve Fort Barrancas for Feusa-
    f cola at
    T.A) a.m. arrive at Penpacols..... 4.15m.m
    1 :00 p. m. arrive at Penbacols ........ I 1:iA 1). m
    *':IV P. M. Ptrrtre at Pensacola. 2-46 V. M
    5:14) V tit arrivi- at Ponsacoin 7:45 p lit
    &:w p. ju. arrive at Pensacola .. ..... -,:;5 p m
    '8:66 p. m. arrive at Fensaouis ......... V.SU p. ED
    *%daturdavoi onlv
    In e1ect live. Ist IWj.
    SUNDAY GONSDUPIC.
    Loavo flonssools. Lv Fort Harranous
    a. M. 10 a. M.
    nt. w.
    M. a ju.
    P. rn P. M.
    8 P. at a P. M.
    6 P. M 0 M.
    ri P. M p.m.
    6 P. M. P. M.
    FARK rl)R WP*rW DATIA.
    Poneacola to Fort Hart-pbuesks and retv rD V-C
    Viinaacola to Navy Yard and return .. Me
    Peusacols to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
    FARR FOU SUNDAY
    eensaco!a to 3rt Barranose Navy
    I ariJ &n4 re-turn ....... .. .... .. .. ... me
    renshoo to Pialmotto Basalt and
    16r
    No .0ratclit rocoived sfto)r 3:16 v. m.
    to I
    C.,
    ILL]
    'now tiny Capsule@ SM superior


    Balum of CopLlba.
    C!Tbeba and InjmtionL
    11ey cure in 48 hours the
    same diwma without anyincon-
    voweam SaLD BY ALL DRUGGIMI


    CURE YOURSELF!
    t--- litz 44 f,,r uni, ou,
    nt., i- r i.: i.o,, u-
    .r f tit 11 if r:,, -I

    0. Nold by DrugglatA6
    S. A. or 4--rit Iri plt;rl %4rapper.


    For the



    aby

    The fifty-cent size is just
    right for the baby. A little
    of it in the betile three or
    four times a day will supply
    precisely the fai all thin ba'-
    bies neid. If your be-1-hy does
    not gain in weight as fast as
    you wculd try


    Scoff's Emoision
    The reSL!.' 'Will PieaSZ VO-1. 'i
    the ba,-v rkurs,,-,, the -.10Kv.,
    should tAe 'he emqj!;*oi,
    it makes the baby's
    i I-er and mcre abindanA,;
    only bu,-,, the dollar size Ws
    more econom:c,,,.
    Both -nother and ch*ld w-il feel zt
    once its s"theztinL';
    and fat-producing properties.
    5:,. and
    & 1"t Chen"Ists.


    llimmilm'-se off all

    TICAL D17FINITIONS.






    I t 114 f n I I
    I!k v
    ;:I,, r; 1*3 ing
    It 1111 t I t S hik-f
    E:-J-. ado I K'a!l. I"t-IIIII-licall.
    Tbe Hand to Conlialleacence.
    A %vtory:7m will Ite ill Iwd all mornin.-,
    awl g4-) i,) a wl;lst party in the after-
    boon. She will be genuinely sick all
    day an4l go) I:kv a martyr to a aard par-
    ty at n1g!it. 'I'lie plt-a that her nbS(Lilee
    might itwtsn,_-nieiiee her hostess Is con-
    r-ldo-red --ut1iAt-ijt excuse. A rutin with
    oil tivI;v gqws it) lb-d and roars. It
    utwuld loe ioterestIng tit learn whIch Is
    the slittrivi- nm,,- to re(,4 i very.- A tchl-
    &on Glulov.
    Killf4to tl)- Lent.
    All th,- faithful who tiavv c-m-
    pl--tt-d tit, ir tw#-ii, v-fir-;t year antj
    W1140 have 11.0 lp9tin tIj#-jr!-ixtit-th

    Cd so-il, -rtIh--r wvII kioiwn r--H-
    :iro. d t4o f;I-t lilt all th"
    it I-%V#'Pt :111141 IV,.
    41 )it t;'10-, (Jay- ItIlt ill" Itill Inval i
    Ill.,% #-d. Which -114itil'i 11,Wt liv t:jk#'Il
    (Iw- a (-Ili) 44 t"a
    .41 t: Ill a -ill Ill
    b!cAd .-I- i erack, r. ,,, I,- t tk-it it.,
    'I.#, *. :111d Ill th f- :1
    ,.":I ill In. 11.t exce-t-diow th., f4mrth
    -.it, Irv iival, I-,
    A c-ill 10111to-1 .
    -':z' al.d ;111 k1l;41, -4 11-tilt.
    ti-h 4:4 1 V-_'v*;I1'j4- .1"', :111. vW v(f.
    4-11 t!,#- c'11111"T

    t it: 111.111 it,--
    t 1..Z
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    1.1.i V- if d 4 -it t tit-
    urd.iy #if F.1111-t-1 WpHk ;II-d fill 11(11%
    S cmd.4-v.

    -ind fl-h iir,- tiit :jIlowo-d nt
    tln lilval. *-V,-Ii till Sul.dayz.
    cht-e-o-, m!lk ;indbutto-rinay
    !it. ti-md "v4-rv diiy. lout alo-ititi-tics--
    friviii all 4,f tht-st- I- le-c4-illinviided till
    -d F ida v -
    o-)kt-injoted fiim Ihe 4.1pli-
    .,f f:#-ti,.&: art- wit lo-mnd h:.-
    I.- Iric iloll 41f ll?it)jz 11n,-2tt hill
    A thy mi the day-A it) whif-11 tht-

    d rt it 4 v.,y .4. vf-it x t j r -i I f :j L!#-
    h4otitlif bV thl- I'l W -of ab-tillf-Ilve,
    11,11-- # Nvu "(1d toy iltner
    p:t-whal tIIll-. ill Which till
    litt 11ilvo- C(ollif, t-1 tho
    % at- io dis.,*retiou arv bmind to r--
    c4mimimio:i wsrthilv, I x
    ud Irmn the fir.--t Sunday 44 Lptil
    iiii 'rrinity Sunday, iticlu-1ve. Chil-
    ,Ireit qtvo-r teven yvairs tol' age afe
    lo-ound by tit*- prpcllt of alillual coll-
    Past4tr., mild parents sh#iuld
    thao, the childrt-tt comply with
    dtitv.
    TI:" 11,14V -Pj.isll (if I's-lit i'a a time-
    .if 41t -4tir.iw fo"- I-111. I'f !-evIti-
    -,.)it fr-in tl- w,)rld .4111 it-4
    mud (if'
    -1- k'i 11 il;1111t it I- 1!f
    -I t!)-- F!IIII-il St :t-

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    f I Ili C" I] ou ra: w a. In. to 12 is I.. to IS 1). M.
    CHICHESTER'* ENGLISH kWisidence Fbons- No. Aot.
    FENNYROY& PILLS st""r-FlIonnt Flovildinor-k4wom X
    Or4alft. IF 44ro"Ifte.
    AArt.. 41-My liable Ladle-. .-K frzr,-t
    f-r CIfI('11fSTEJV%
    Gold
    Dr. Wilmer So #a/l,
    0, Do-wer-U. -willi-tolut on. U-1 j,"Ita-
    DENTAL BURGEON,
    ".400.0
    Ilodloft %.joar,. IIIIII.t.. VA Musnic Temple. Mee 364.
    MMM MEN,


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    "HE hi IN E 4C AD EMY IF MUS I C
    N I N I f I !,;I:;, X -- t,
    %1ISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
    MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Ass:sbnt.




    H. A. WATERS,

    Butcher and Green Grocer.
    PHONE 172
    I- Tf-:11kes-f-v aild M t-at!-
    h ie ak #-I)-; and w ritt
    Produce Daily.
    Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store,
    I.NTENDENCIA 6TREET.


    Greenville. Ala.
    Telit I i III d orb 1 -11 F1.4 Dols .1 1141A.1,6% M. 10 PF)
    1 1 !4VP
    tmk-- It,, L
    1,1411y "fill tb- rjib-ricf Wilkin-m.*- Nint, if-
    i..%- %wwral Wilb!er_ Thv nottuim' neiiiiftl
    tonw, I.. mv per.mial i% tmicell
    fr.-m mwl-Ift hI-- Im l,,-n-t if 4,rb-iibil
    :!J b-x"l-t coll(Wom 11) %hich it
    ---n Ihi %%:ttpr j-,d. milli w-,tdwrft;I
    .0-. for 0%-pepia.
    wA f,.r
    mm'. A% m
    i I)- I!,%
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    LODGE DIRECTORY

    KNIGHTS OF 3PYTHI&S.
    Fensacc)la litmige. Ni). :1. K cif 1".
    niet% Nlw-,fl-ty % "'!
    Ilig flit it! Ifni:
    In Ifutchill-4w htii. Xt
    I nt--ndpricisk at r-t
    Viitinhr 1wrt-,hit-n ctr,1,AJ:A
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    He He WICKE.



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    W. 0. W.
    Live ()Ak Canip No I Wcmiwilnia
    Wtwld.
    M"otq firot and third Friday j
    "Sch month. Visiting soverej$n
    Mly invited. W. W. %%A'
    R. T 11 AM as. Clerk.


    ASKS FOR $5,000 DAMAGES


    WILLIAMS SAILS FOR EGYPT.


    HjgrG pC
    t .. L. & Co.


    W10LBSIL: Gil :B30

    i Palafox Street.
    I Pensacola. Florida.


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    ME GRADFIFLO REGULATOR CO.
    ATLANTA. 6A.
    t, k, '- 1:,' 1: 0, 1.


    An Excusie For Jourbim.
    "I notice that Fiddler Joachim angri-
    ly deelare-, that the runior that he is to
    marry NIme. Melba is a nonsensical
    untruth."
    "I suppoqe it's natural for a fiddler
    to have a violint temper." -Cleveland
    Plafn F)4-aler.

    Effect of Travel.
    suppose your daughter acquired a
    grent ih-al of inanner from tier foreign
    extx-rienves?"
    "Oh. tio. she lost all tier iuanners and
    brought home a lot of aIr4.---Chieago,
    Record.

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

    Nt"lical tkwiety. Attention.
    There will be a regular mepting of
    the P,-wtaccla Medical Society al
    the Board -f Health nfflr.e fit I
    o'clock p.xn.Tue,4day. April 10 and 24.
    Vi-4itinw physicians are cordiali
    invited ta attend.
    D. W. MOMILLAP4. M. D..
    President
    E. F. I t it i c E:, 1A D.,
    Secretary. 25rnt




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    THE BEST HFFR S(ILD IN
    P E -N S A C() 1, A.

    Dannheisser Bros.,

    AGENTS.

    Also Sold by 1. Perry aid Im. Yates.

    The Jug Trade

    Is Our Specialty.--:,*
    Prompt Delivery mid Sati.-dactioa
    (Waranteed.

    Dannheh-ser Bros.,
    4M South Palaro'x St.,
    Pholle No. 116. 11. 4 1. B4 x 2.%4 1.
    Railroad Exehative, Phom- 2f)N.

    PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

    D r. Pla roe u5 Mo(0, rea ry.

    physically ant Sun 01.
    Iteidence, 24 Wwa (i regory St rep-t
    Ph#mv 1W.
    office, D'Alemborte Ruildirsw. 114, 144tutit
    Htre"t.


    Di&. Wx. 0. DzwBz3&jLy,
    OrFIOE-Hanash Bros.'Drug Store.
    RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


    Wm. 0. Parean, X. D.9

    U020018thic M11021 aid Sirwit
    Late elf0vala. FIAL..
    4 Mort bit proto"ional services P-) tho elti-
    zons of Vensacoln.
    Kepw-ial attention xivan to t ji. t r-at nis-nt
    of Chronic Diseaeot and Vi-o-aroo-4 4,f
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900. 5


    NO E OTES military road from the city to the UN.CLE SAM'S WAR SHIPS
    0 Afth N lEWSl NOTES lC tIn ceIter Immense Crowd e of E.er Visitori
    The spring term of Escainbia cir- Inaurday and Sunday.
    cuit court opened this morning at loU
    ,o'clock, Hon. E. C. Maxwell pre-id- The arrival of three rf the vessels
    S. .- ** ".4 r.att itin. After setting some cases for of the North Atlantic squ-dron in
    ..... ... ... '- trial the court adjourned till to-mi-r- Pensacola harbor, all of which. in-
    ... rowmornin. cludinz t!.e adtriral's tfl-g-.hip-t,
    J. F. Stuvert and wife. 'W. J. Mc- New Y,.rk-cinme through the inew
    J w i- )avid, J. H. Stuiv rt. W'. .IJ. il-
    V. ,: .. :.d.y. I li-. Jr., Mis .M rv E lli (. E. channel with the gr-eate-t ease. and
    .Mason and Miss .Millie Aniglin of plenty of water to sp.ir wa:i anL
    .. I .1 -IJ t itrlii:ly Miltonii were amion4 the gue-t-, at the event of profound si inifluance to the
    'l''*.--" Merchants yesterday. people of this port and city. a; w, ll
    D)r. I. C. W hite. the p'-rt phy-i- as to the ih;abitant. ofi the it-ir!h-
    ,, w 11" I, .i ,lqur- cian, and hit- staff went over to the. boring c- 'utitry. a- evidenced h.-
    ,,, t, ,,II)P ii a ltantirlo action .ve,*teadaV Iw Ornl-
    dthe lrge I.lullmbers of people who
    SInii to inaui'urate thle stinTner clostd the( '
    s .-t t ridi eason.. J. I. McCoCtlnaughey is oin aie to the city fro'n the il.terior too
    ;* .- duty the-re as custo4:ns inspector. !see and visit the ships. Fully 2,U00
    S-. ad .lhd. Traitioi the dummy line will bepel)le went out ol tAgs and other
    .l atyl boats of all kinds, from the navy
    .,.... I .w : I .i. l run to-day, leaving the ity. every un-yard ye~s-terday, besides those g'ing
    SH I '-- l 6:15 p.. Fare, 2 cet for the irect frontm the city wharves. The
    ...t ', :t15ar p. rd:ti t. Fare, 25 cents for the.Termtiinal company ran trains every
    S..roud trip to the navyyard. Also a
    p..t. r- will os,-lia s: -pecial train will be run to the yard hour aurlit the day. Large udam-
    .t .p.r.a stand return at clock p. n brs alo vi-iite'1 the fleet aturdav.
    S .. .. return at o'clock p.. but few were allowed to go aboard
    iin.. t. .: 1 M.N1iiday. Arii commander r W. W Reisinger will while they were taking coal.
    ,entertain Rear Admiral Farquhar !Siturday afternoon Lieut. Slayton
    '1 t u. fn-..t-. ..f it.'4 I'. < and staff and the officers of the New of the U. revenue cutter Penrose
    \. ,.rI i,,w i-: gr-:t ,t p '-ttYork, Texas and Machias at a re- took the following party down the
    :..f \ i-(.ir.s y-tr-e option from 4 to 7 o'clock this af- bay on that ve-sel: Mrs. Slayton
    ternoon. A number of prominent.and her guest?,, Vr. and Mrs. and
    I ,lPensae, liaris have been invited to Miss Buckner of Toronto, Can.,Capt
    i a,'.. "aItsla attend. ;.C.Co'bb,vic-presidentof theCham-
    S: ., I'. i. t eMir Ma anl Faii B of or(f('onrinerce.and official survey-
    Na-hville; C. E. Swales and wife of or of the Bureau of American iliip-
    SD.ipio:.MIich.;3Mr. and Mr.; Cha. pin. anlI of Au-tro-Ungario iaid
    t.. I t-r ,,..acnd Mr.aidd Mrs. E har ItalyV: Hon. J. Ed. LO'Brien, 1) -ii-
    S.t 1, i -t- .l of .a sillon. 0. nd W N dent of the Natiownal Iar P siot-' aQ
    -* .1. :..C I... ;Iia-Aon. 0.. anid W N.' t-t' C ci:ti i ; Con oildire p W in. 1i izzell
    S 1ii1-i H A wifn, th ( i lll-f i-P P l-acolal Bar Pilot-" ai--ci:i-
    -.*' : lt H. A. 1 aridner. of lial ti- till: 'lTh:s. C(. Watsoni. -.cretary
    4 1-1. I J B tr rd 't, ilr-, w-re a tli ig ntilidla '.- iew th.e CLamber of (',Coniit-reo. and
    t : .. N,.,-. t,.-- -it 1 t-I Escalibia:. ICh,-. A. I Chiate. secretary of tle
    St i k i' r- ill.I. l Tlii-. the lo-')ing weekof th.e c..'n:t- Yitioui Meni'- tHui-in--I- L-ailiste.
    i ,.*fi tvY ca jli;tiy j ;iin. proini-- t to ht lively. W hen tl:o Peiitroise r.'aih'e( thle New
    iit;iw. .ei -'it, 4f t *.u 1. it- i l!-i Week iromii to-iDm)rrow prlilar i-s i ork. Mit. MIiVytol fhi-t wenl n
    % t, i! i. .: .... I 1 t o #-. held- thenli th,- a illy w ill hllil' ;i :,t ri-eived perm i-sio i a i
    -,1 '* .I P.6iltl x -r -.t t.- ovr1 A t3 id ttios ('- caitndidites for a nrdi.il u ivl-ttini ir tii:- p r-t v to
    i ,. c. i. y oi!i.-es who fail to -;,cure a ;i!l ;ir.aI.l. whtie t h v ws re dtlij1ht-
    o:i; ij .riv t the viote- ca-t will begin fully e-lit. itati;i (i l Adi .ii.il i'ar-
    ..- .,i ,, i' '~ -tE i t, w,.rk l,,r the -iucce--fil c:inidi- 'liati ficd (' ipt:ain t uiiow. ',vlho i- ann
    :, ,r I' .' t 't"- -ly" tt' -0 to roll ip a bhig ll:ajirity toldl n lq 1 :iitallt'+ ar;L l I lf lw coun-
    S f I .. -. l,,r ti-ii it th- g iier.al tel-ction i. itryiati t of(' Ipt!aii I Coib.
    t s.-iw s ork. 1 lit-e c il:iii.Ii for county olives i- Aft,-r eij 'vinlIt th I ho-tspit lity
    *- T iiikr- of P. t-ia- I f ti' iin -t friendly nature, and of the oIticer,. thels visitso.
    \.. ; K tight- of p'y- th-.o wl:,o win will rece-iv thlie veir- were -liown ovei the slip. spend-
    ,. i,-. l to ni t.t. All i.-t :idl h :irty v upp,,'tof tt.o- wl inl an exdeediiigly intere-tingi
    ,. t1 to atl.te d. at. ,. f,.-ated at ti,.e primnarie-. liour or two examinn;:- its wond -r-
    Sfill interior arrangement, its arina-
    it \ nians. W IH lack. Ad- All iiterestingt ienident if the visit ilit, e.tc.
    \. ', .l .I sit1 s :;pp. Era W Al- of thli- warhliips- to this pirt iccutrr-.t Ditrinti a very pleasing conversa-
    j si,.. l;.-nii ..tf lazdad were when tiHi Spaniish steaim hip KEri.-tio tion with Captain Snow, it was
    att I. I t- -.'--t'-rday. wa- l.-inl2 taken out to se t by Pilot I,:arnid that the orders received by
    I 4. ,It In-! si w.i 'allsid to Jio. H. (Catro. The hour was .i:;ll a. the fleet to visit 'Pensacola were a
    t4o t.- itu i I ii t to tat- il(.. befre the time for the daily dis- di-tinct surprise to its offlcers,as the
    s 1,- I 4 i,,,t who went pl4ay I"t"iss oi the war veset' lut nhips of thie navy sail by the official
    .. .1t lA l i. -.-i tr.ati-nt.v iI tihe~-tea,-r passed under the! tern charts. the latest of which., (ated
    4of the New York Capt. Ormacchea November, l 99, showed but 24 feet
    .:*u. -t ,at ttt I.ewi- of the Erue-to ordered the custoiml- i Iof water on Pensacola bar. The ex-
    %...-to.. i.y wi t I.. J Iterrfek anld ary -alite to be given. In ant instant planation of this extraordinary con-
    .\ **I I iniltowhi. Pa.. and a mant was .een hastening "aft on the edition appeared to be that the
    it .o" .I,*, ,.! ..I..udei.tl. rpring-,. New York's deck, her Itl ig w's charts are changed or correet-
    quicklydisplayed and the Spaniard's ed only as the result of ofil-
    ", s||,t. ; .iMctowe.i re.ire.- aluate was returned in the usual cial surveys; although monthly re-
    *..I t ,- .lu,,lsul.i Mill & Ele- lnlanner of dipping the colors, ports of changes in the depth of
    i .t... C'lill. Tlenii i- iln water at the several ports are made
    it. te .vint 4 itrttofi01hat A kidney remedy that can be de- by the officials of the engineer ser-.
    t that ided on will be found in PRICKLY vice of the war department. Why
    ASH BITTRRH. It healsand trength- .uceh periodical information is not
    i ,' :r- heinig peifected for a en-. Sold JIy Hannah Bros. transmitted to the navy department.
    ,- it:t s|.is. :iAt .agnl il. luff om is a matter that appears to require
    ., mig lof April 24. A special A special communication information, and Senator 0 Brien
    i i,.; -.. tl. iunsiioni delipot at of Eseambia Lodge, No. 15, promptly telegraphed Florida's rep-
    T'ik.:- will ite ..old at L'. F. & A. M., will te held resentatives at Washington request-
    thi. evening at S clockc. ing them to ascertain the cause.
    t% i t .*i, .-t jUPiP nti a ,' Viating brethren frater- Bothi Admiral Farqulnar and Cap-
    ,. ,.. t, ,., i. tr',l:. rl. Rmst1- Snally invited to atteidI tini Snow emphatically expr,-sed
    t I .i' I .lit t w-ie'i, I- l oi io rd "r r "w. M. their satisfaction at finding so great
    ,, ; ,1 .cri-ii-,td itoi. I.. I ENN TI-, a depth of water on the bar and ad-
    i ,tit;, ti..i, p.o;!;fa il rS crItary. nmiration for the beauty and utility
    or Over of the harbor. The visit of the war
    r T..t Ors ar- r i'iy eT U sships at this time may hb ascribed
    M ..' ', M-. .iW)W'. ,,TtHtN 8 LTP has t thr
    ii-eli n %. d for over fifty ye ars y million o entry t the efforts and prompt
    -" .. i,,iii r,, iiti:- oth-r- for their children wiile- teething, i a-lioi ofi Cosnlill dailntd lit lk-i hi, r If
    t ." i' ,' ;* :,.-[ **,i I-.id. wiili p.rs-(ct -uicc-'s. It -solties the child. the Inavy vard. who. :'act', ipianiedt
    S. I : t l t I q i. l .:i- : *s,,'ft the gtiniiu .all.ayr.!l paw.cur sIwind b ('atn T rtio of the I'. n-
    S ol's .aili d ia the tw-t r-iin..dyv ftor lisarrh a. captain urt t.
    S" **l t ,l- It 1ill rllieve the poor iiitle suff-rer 1in- gilneer d .-p:irtinel it, lil:ile -'peciitl
    tnediu, t.lv. 4 old tiw 'iriki-t' 1ti everyrir s souridili;- of tile i ht. illie, report
    partofth world. Tw-*nty-ttv ,.c*nt bot- tAhe re lurt to thi navy dv e-airttiinf t.
    I, : :.; :i\ .1 I !. liii tie. iesureaL.dask for **iMr. wHI'- tne ree lt t rtt
    S5 . t,. i.. iv ii.,',rTiiii tsin'thtlu Myroui." and take no other kin.. aid -ecured the speci.tl Iorder- whi ii
    I *" -.. tW I i'ov- .and ltrotil ;ht tlh vi -s,,ls her'.
    it tI,', ', ,ll-t lt. N ,VAI. lCT IC.S MAk hIPT.


    Torturing

    Disfiguring Humors
    Itching, Burning, and 5caly
    Eruptions of the Skin and
    Scalp with Loss of Mair

    CURED BY CUTICURA.
    The treatm lel : t ;.ii .j *r .* r :e t.l le,
    eAt inti.It a i l .,1 ai :.. iiil. n, **r. age.
    lath.li ho ;t al. :. 1 ,.art.- with l;. ir W irAT
    ansil t'rrn'nll' to. i. ;I .*ti. ** skin of
    cIrust ai. >.i *,-. ansil .,! teln tlthe liinkeled
    cutnl i. Inrv witl.it hard I. 'll.n.., and
    ap= l 4' (l tT I A I itilitelit fr .t oo, lt all;iv
    ithingr. irritaiio., ;,il ini i m f"Ati .irn ni.], andt
    Soothe antdb hal,.11, : la, t ly take I tl I 1' ril*IR A
    Rr.s>I .'[ NTr to c(Nmi alii"' oeliti v the ti;,,l.
    This treatinent affTords instant relief. Ilennits
    rest ani leep, Ian l- iints to t a slteel, iy ernia-
    lient.anidi-cmoioinjiral cure whtli all other rein-
    edies and eenu the ielt t physicians fail.
    sold TVywhei-. Prw ce Tl ier. I s: or. cl'rtcRA
    soAPr.22 : o.0.iT RT. 3M1.; IK OLI'rT (hllisue ).nJOC.
    PorTr. InlRI ANI Cumi.. CoIr.. Soe Prop.... Boto.
    S"uw 10 Cue Uuimom.ol" 64-pw book, ree.

    Naval Stores Fall Short.
    S AVANNAH, M-ir(h :11.- The naval
    stores' year ended t: has leenil a niost .sac'e'IfuIIl one in every"
    way. From the beginning .,f the sasonl
    ailio .st to its e!il spirits have ruled very-
    high in pri('. The slasiin will ',ia with
    a shortage of f something like *-i. ,if .'pirit. in e uniiparisioni with hiost year,
    a111141 \itbh l 'l',.;l thl~uu'Laul b;trrIls of
    rtoin also. -hurt.
    ilig Cot0ton iDeai1s.
    AvXIrESe. S. '.. Marlich :;l.-Tlhre
    hali v l Ion -a ,,il,' li 4% ithOiln Ii..';als in Aln-
    I: -rs,>-u iat'lv Mr. J. W. Martin, re-lr.-
    l tltin i K'. A. t \tt> ,,u S,;i\ u;illilJi, I night
    ( .1i' .,i t, I* i ; fii t 4., !it loo l 1 illn itI
    (1i v, and t -ih,r; tlhii I,-f',ir, thii deal
    J t'.erl, ; iir lit '11 h1 i :l3..')ei, l),1 !. ,.
    kalrchner Ask.;4 .$2O,lMmi.
    S X\\'NA11. M:.'Nrlh :;l.--lTh, I'lnitdl
    Staut- court is :engaLHL1I wvir!i tlt' casi. o'
    Martin KIirhuliier vvrsu. tih So uihiii
    railway. Kairelihnir is suini. rthe railro nad
    collianiiy for .$.O,1)1iO for alleged damages
    received while iu the employ of thooum-
    pay.
    Go to P. W- Smith's for
    Photos of the war ships, 7
    8 Palafox, Alpha Phar-
    macy. ___
    4rotindu l to liI Brolke;..
    Ci't; -T. "larh :;l. l )irr will It'
    iro k i 01i trlh ,th'iiittal.iio, Ai, An. l l.tta nd
    Coiarlt-' in Air Litne, ri.il ill .Jun- or
    July. \VWork will l.gin it tlii. 'ned of
    the line,. The- .st:it"in. it tlii.t w.,rk on
    the r;:xi will !.w st:irtedli i ('i:tirl,-st in'
    Junt. i. iitade bly Mr. (. S. ll.ard, an
    otflitial of thl, r aAl.
    Iln estlgiilion Ordered.
    OIU.I'MA, S. C., Marih ll31.-SpeFial
    agents of the United States treasury deo-
    partmnitt are to make a careful investi-
    gation of the alleged storing olf contra-
    Ihnd liquor in the Unitedl tatei cum
    tomnhouse at Charleston.
    The latest in Ihie World.
    We believe Chamberlain's Cough
    Remedy is the best in the world. A
    few week- aio we stiff-red with a
    severe cold and a troublesomlo rough,
    and having read their advertise-
    muentst in our ow,: mad other paper-
    we purchase(ld it bottle to osi. if it
    would alreet iu-. It cured us before
    the bottle wa.s more than half u eil.
    It i *lip) b,'-t 111ndlicintllp t for t-olds
    aiilt Tleih.-- '1'1- lHeiraldl. AliA-r-nl-
    ville, lnd. Feelr -sale ly Hv liirliuh
    !,; ,-.. .' h I illaifox *tl'-t.


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,


    Proprietor.


    *I 1I


    SNEW ARRIVALS! -

    (OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


    Apparel.


    A generous assortment, large variety


    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists

    We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the


    city of well known brands.


    Among them the famous


    S(,' rift// /Iir1/i."d famous for fit, style and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This


    dealer or customer can deny.


    You


    fact no


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    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

    Shirt Waist Window, and thcy arc cheaper than

    heretofore by reason of our Motto: I i. Cm( i, .\x AN

    THEI-RI.:IY INCi(jRI:\ I II: l'SIN's.'N.


    New Nw
    Arrivals L I Arrivals:
    O)tir Centre Tabl -; a't* :riaii g beneath a inodly shlir ,f f :.* Newte-t
    Things in Laces and Embroideries.


    .Swi-s Edginlg and I:isertion.


    Hambultllrg ldig l n-iertis'i


    V\alencia Lace and Insertions.
    Machiniie Torchon EdJging and Insertion,


    (ierman Torchol Edging,


    Aplique Lace and Iinsertion,


    Point de Spre!t. Oriental and Plat Val, .;ices.
    "Wi remnants Hamburg Edging. six yard lengths. worth 7-. t o at ;oc.



    Sweeping Sale of Musli n iderwear! *

    One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed and ti ked,, size, I and 2, at0 .. 10c pair
    Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6, on!y. ....... ........ ........................ 15c pair
    One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
    One Lot Child's Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
    One Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at Co-t Mark.
    One Lot Misse4' Trimmed Gowns at Cost Maitk.
    One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise, worth 35e for.................c each
    One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 7Tc for.......4'c each

    ,,One Lot Odds and EndsAgIe
    In Ladies' Skirts and( Oowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.


    Investigate the Convertible
    -iF- TilHE-


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    Go to P. W. Smith's
    for photos of the war
    ships, 7 South Palafox,
    Alpha Pharmacy.
    Try 'ik N :v.- W':ti; ( llinll : it
    will I':iY voiu.


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    "r'l :1!r. iV )(*,o i!in t. 1 0 V co 'lli 1i,! wal-

    Go to P W. Smith'4 fo
    Photos of the war ships. 7
    S Palafox. Alpha Phar-
    macy.

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


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    For Infants and Children. .J- .As 3 3'Co II.


    STORE.


    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    Bears tn11
    Signature ot 4 .12-

    srATEM ENT
    F; us %i'ittrfl--i. -;,,(tit lh ia I p '. Iit .
    :: I ,, is h-- Tax 4 *f*.lo f I- :&
    1, 1 i l'st r u ei nhI tfiszdr it I rt i ,, iit I -' I
    it:th ct 'UtIty choloi fu.t)(1I
    TI. .taii t amount cliirged to
    AI10C~I t 4-.110cte an
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    Amount collected unid
    p a id to F e b 1. 1i, 07 .... I.r'f 2. ? , '. ,'


    ZWe don't expect you to buy -
    unless you can't help yourself. -
    Every Dollar spent in our
    store entitled you to a ticket ~^
    which give you a chance for the
    beautiful Machine disp:ayed in
    our show window. Lucky num- *
    ber announced Mary 1.

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    County school tax 15'.. c "7
    Amount collected and
    pail to Feb. 1, i m *2.7:, i -- .1 : -5 :; ,,
    County road and bridge
    Iax $11..42 74
    Amount collectl.- and
    paul to Feb. 1, 9i> 7.."4 4;-- 1.74' a
    County fine and forfuit-
    ure tax S.;' 77
    Anioun t colleet.d al nidi
    paid to Feb. 1. liua 2,..' '42 -- 1 ,i,, :;I


    county bond tax
    AnIii'U ii t iollect,-d a
    paid to Feb. 1. Ilol
    Balance
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    M. Me sc ia.M "


    Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

    :*-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--::


    Furniture at all Prices.

    it il"a ,ti- i p- li ,'- : ,- I; \ I h ( -

    , 1itc tf in 'ti ine-t- w it i)i r i i ::rtl-,
    lie-t-s for tlour. :iirl c itct;eii iit,.i-ils .,it .I t.i: -vwu ro-.
    ('all ai(I d -xarilUe t!l .at 0(. 1M.
    P'ry rs' l:irg;i.t Furniue H i- .


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    -!'rrt Ordprs Promofiny V i i rl 1 0 I .i-,.
    of Day or Nitbt.
    Fish and Oyste s in All S'yle;


    GEO. A. PETERSON,
    Dealer iti
    Bieyles aid Bieyei Sounhins.
    Age & cr Ranit)ler. Cleveland and RIaccle
    BleYclesi. Mix Years #.xperi.nre in Re-
    tpWring of Bicycle%, tash ife4qlters.
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.


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    NAVAL sr-)R,i-

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    r~aaYAF' 1 a Vou -spiritit turpem-
    ne 1 fectrip'... i". %&I"ieqlej.
    ~~ ''.. Ro%..n n,i t:...r-dioi t-sae.noiu-
    u v.' l-I' mretvipm e1.23-i:
    'a -. "' 4) r4
    fie a~re rea.4,1 to ~o to
    '_v ve-kee pinff. let .41arston
    ['Ili I'sle1,111-14A your1'housve
    IOU./i.Te ilsr o
    '4 1C11Of/tIim .t i '1o r

    WAITED
    vutsd to bey oll bedsof Sogmua,
    IFud ForulterslorhduisoAtS.


    11(1 id~soi e' pictures, bric-
    t'fira(c, etc.. in. en(llexss(Lr-
    -' 1/ uf ?'it ('ok bcttomf..pricesa(L
    1,'.%stoll 4-I'inchx-.
    :will ro'1'i ir -'ou~r Uwit.'to-". and
    %* irvin i- 1J


    '/~c", vfe..to Ko'~') urith Your/


    ) oif ca I?


    S / 'hol,' Ouilif/ from
    Il/rsoun 4A Finch.
    a


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    Killed RHA S!lster.
    rx'T'.%w. Ala., Maredi 31.-A wiln of
    Pit'~ ~4'rr.w. r'~'ing ii -I1itan
    B~~~~~~~~ I Ut. a v hran llted hi-
    ~; ~. tr- hi..-t''r. a ft"v xuight, ajzg" Tilt.
    11"-1 I ,I, N -h
    r ?~:'... T. ,yt11.4U2'hT -ho wa~s
    1 '.'iraTItn aft-t- i' Ik r olftL 'i ret'C iv-
    0 ir a '4'I -.4 uiTaking
    t in h'- .'i 4''' i-~k iiiI riun

    Heavy' i.'itittoug !"Par floll ar.

    Tb.N' nov~iitziI tu ;: ivirimu-it 4 Ut *hial ,re -
    p .rt thait --'vtrt-ightintg seourr-t-diwhar
    i I-:- i-tY 1 1 B.. dv- ar '.n .Iarf-h i Z. e-I


    Will Enforet Hei tDemaand.
    YOKOHAMA, March 31.-The Japanese
    Jvrc- : --r~- 0:thv R'i-riin s Iadrnon
    . tilllat C': 1hiinlpJmi t----thatit I fprob.
    Oil'y pr~mvt t! .,_1 t,,an.iphio to enfor~v thet
    flt.n f,%- I't rav'ligJuieaili ll
    ruan "
    %%fill1; 4 .11wi ii -r~ge.
    Pc I .t'IMarch 81. The
    fitv -f:t bIa 11i'...a1l 'at rave Ibetween

    Uxf'wr irand t'anbri.'.g&' wtt;rowedtixt)lay
    -v.'r th,. usual1 (.iour,.'. from PutneyV)t~
    Mon JLakt- anid va~wo oilby Canilpridgie.


    . r::; P.-ial .-. ('m;intlminliig the. govern- Why He lltenain a Blootlack.
    ;in.ut tr.op-I. it I ;iiiitinounit'd. (l4d f;tted "(',tn>ic T;. r.mal HTrnandl-z. His forces killed can 'p:,tlh Vir',!. 1Horaee and Homer."
    .:. **f the. r.'vo lutionitr<. t,.ok pri.son- "That's another splendid proof of the
    .:- il pt-atur. d a Lirg quantity of folly of neglecting the fundamental
    . a-',- and ;ulnnllitiin. Their g.veni- princi;,!es of a common school educa-
    Sn Ii1- Wa small. tion."-(Cleveland Plain IDealer.
    Hnlatn\ In Illing.
    S. Mla rh .-It ing be- .. A ilunorous Proceedlag.
    S. Mri 31.-It is be- I iam sure burglars are trying to get
    S evl by promin,.nt R.publieann< that Into thel house." said Mrs. Blink.
    K, t:,.ky ..fflie'rs l are. lin- awaiting a "Well." answered old Blink sleepily,
    ,X.,;- rlilt 11I.rtuUity to takes Charles "if burglars enter this house the joke
    1 FInL byv. ex-k-'rtetary of state of Ken- will he on thiin."-Phliladelphla North
    Iu, kv. aind arry himun to, that state to be American.
    Ir'-l f1 or ',miplicity i the assassination n
    ot S~eat',r Go(lt-. The R'Tpublicaii tay v An mm|lt.
    Svy such effort will be. resiad. "Whiicih is the head barber?" Inquired


    A RIsk to Take.
    S. "Vt:11 \<,u undertake to select 40
    n. ')i'nt literary Americans for an
    :. miy of iiminortals?"
    S1. unless' 1 wanted to be mobbed
    ly t.,.' other' 44.000 ."--'hieat Record.
    LIfelIke Portralt.
    T'I. Ar.tist- s-n't It perf( ct in expreq-
    T 'r;Tic-l*Perfect. You have even
    C; 4- ':m,:!t hwr I-1: of disgust at the smell
    S"." lof -a.u t.--lu .n:natl olis I'ress.


    Sthe customlner.
    "We're all head barbers." replied the.
    artist. "What did you suppose we
    wr4re-c(rn doct ors?"--Yonkers Siates-
    man.

    1 I.<.SIATIVE; ('ADIDATF-4S
    And I.lelga'e is, tue t'. ui y a'nmven
    (ion at lwelirin. April 14.
    Fl-"llowing are thve candidates fot
    thel lvvi-latur, :i'aid the li-t of d le-
    gate- to lthe (enit ty (il elii r.'l'tit coln-
    veliti.ii at P'owelton. Apirl 14. en-


    KIDNEY DISEASES \. .... ..
    IUn Icratic club:
    S'For tihe legislature.
    are the most fatal of all dis- C. Morenio Jon,,.
    easec. H. C. Clonton.
    Iele) ates to 4"onty (on'vetatin.
    FOL KIDNEY CURE I I Pr-ecinct -l-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
    06igdr uueh Rmely p*u. It. A. Credible, Wm. Carni-
    'chli: l, Thoa. G. River-.
    or money refunded. Contain' Preinct 13-3. F. L. Quina. Ar-
    -meye by thur John-oi. J. (. Avery, J. Whit-
    ritimdies recognized by emli- ,in, Hargis, Jas. L. sweeney.
    nent physicians as the best for 1recin4ct l4--(s T:itzen. J. E.
    Beaar, A. l'. Zelius, H. (i. DeSilva,
    Kidney and Bladder troubles. .u.. lBrien.
    PRICE 50. a"$100. Precinct l--Thoz. Johnwsn, John
    PRC a$ I. Joneso F. E. Couiniyn-, W. A.
    \V. A. I)'A1EMBIERTE. I Dui:ham. H. A. Waters. 14m-tf

    ._..-- 3DR. OHFi'S AlplANttitt, Aids Dlgestlca
    Rengt the oChwels,.
    S| EETHIN Mke Tething Easy.
    S(Teething Powders) J TEETHINAltelieves the Bowe
    sA. ATroubles of Children of
    SCosts oUly 25 cets at Dgsts,NY AGE.
    or .ll ":r,-e.i to c. J. MOFFETT, .L JD., ST. LOUIS. MO.


    SOMETHING NEW'

    ,sEVERY DAYi--
    o---A.T---


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    'telephlxono 808.


    OVER 2,000,000 BOTTLES
    SOLD ANNUALLY.


    The


    World's


    Famous OUR


    Spring Tonic


    and Stimulant: NAME'S


    DUFFY'S PURE

    MALTWHISKEY
    (FOR MEDICINAL USE)


    The sta'dlard I f purity anidu xcelh, f. r
    nearly haif a century. It is just lhat %.o.
    Ilt'ld t1, luildl up your synten., aiitcr ithe i ..
    tWdliuis .train of \Winter. DLFFY'S PLRE
    MALT WHISKEY hla.. n1, equal. It i. t,.
    only absolutely pure inalt w whiskey in thi
    world. It contains ne.t a drmp 4l "* I'u-,i
    Oil.' the nro-t dangtero inmgrdiii f hi:' li
    is flouind in other whiskies. ,
    Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
    Cures LA GRIPPE"


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    ROCHESTIR. N.Y


    TIME TART.R.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IATT.ROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANI'AltY 27. 11 0.


    No. li.
    12:4.' noonl
    2:15 p li
    4:12 p III
    S :) p In
    ;:tlw p in
    1 :5(" a in
    12:25 noon
    4: D ni


    No. 2.
    1:211p in
    12..-A) unIgbht
    3:1)5 ia III
    7:44 te III
    6:lIt I it n
    7:101) nin
    2n:30 a in
    7 :1)5 #in


    Leave.. Pennacola .....Arrive
    Arrive .. ..lomitton ... Ar.ive
    Arrive ..... Mobile ...Arrive
    Arrive ..New orleans ..Arrive
    Arriv..Monttomery ..Arrive
    Arrive Na-hville Arrive
    Arrive ... loui-vill ....Arrive
    I Arrive .....(Cincintitil Leave


    No. 1.
    4:1.) p IIn
    2:45 p nu
    12:5, noon
    7 *.5% a ni
    11 :'-N a m
    2::21 a in
    9:12 p m
    6:45 D in


    0o. a.
    a 015m
    ...3.' a fl
    12:20.)night
    7:4.5 p xii
    9l:34) p mn
    9111) 9a to
    2:-v6a m
    11:401p in


    jt&;.trwzzM PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

    No. 21. No.A.N o. 2. N o. 212.
    II :55 night :i a in. ........... .. ...Pen'.aeola 11 :14) p 111 t6:1111 p m
    12:64 night 7:44l a III Milton .10.ll g) in 5:20 p in
    4:4 8 n 1' a IIt$:-;)uJnlepunink Sprinigs SM tp In 2:40 p In
    *:lkj a SRI 111:3'4 a m I hliple-Y 4:51'e1 p in 12X57p m
    7:(K) it in IU:laaII ainmarliiina .6:14 pD111 12:0)6 noon
    13: 1 8II 12:(6' noon10 River .1 UIFCtionfl5.!V) p in It1.420. a in
    ..... 1: 13p IIhIn .T laha4I~t.14 .. 'X:43 p in .....
    7:t5 ID in .. .. acksonvlh le,'9:wJ ami ..

    rEIM IO~S
    AND MOST POPU'LARt BRANDS OF'


    PANTSIS


    Said about MU) pair- 4of
    long legged. -,I ort legged,
    slim, fat, pu*y, ,bow
    legged, straight l-i:':ed
    all .ortr of legged gar-
    I11'it-., a, they got out of
    the boxe,- and up otto
    our clothing tables.
    51 pair-s of p.1nt., in on-.
    day i.- a good many. but
    what about them? ?'SIme
    are a dollar a pair. r,)o ti
    cas-ilmere :pant*. .om,
    are two dollars a p lir.
    good c.ns-imiera palnt-.
    Soime are three dollar. ma
    pair. good t**',-in.r r
    pantst. 'Some1 are' two.
    three anid four dollars a
    pair. good wor-ted pant -.


    bu// /pantv for adrer-

    tising purposes-uo sound

    cheap. We I uy food pants,

    pants that are made of

    food goods: pants provided

    with all the comforts of

    home: front pockets, watch

    pocket,', (to watch your

    money pockets nights in

    case your wife wants to see

    if she is getting half of

    your income) pistol pockets

    and refreshment pockets.


    WBS!!IES, WIII, OIpE TS, CO IAL,

    IN WOOD AND GLASS. LAIRG;E OR1 SMALL QUANTITIES


    g r^Patro-,:,. Ne.w and )Old, are Cordially Invited to \'-it and In-tpoet
    thl<-ir lli tler- .'- St k.



    TI: 1LEWTUOE DAL IT AIREL ALLi GIA


    S.


    *'Alt I INA.- 1loll; NT.I:


    A. FRIEDMAN, Prol,.


    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    -lI.!ER lBROOK. PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
    Vi:TY FINE: I RIEDIMANS .O'(CK. 12 YEARS OI)D; iOLDi Sl,K VELVET. KEN-
    TI C-Y'S I'ER'E('i'ION 01" PI IITY. AND)
    I.)TS OF OTHIE I;RANDS WHICH H
    'ACl'E WILL NOT 'EtMI11T
    lTO) M IKNTI'ON.
    W. i', lr,_ -t ati.l 1; -t "S,.lct'd Stock ,1 }.Httl W hi-ky aeiii'
    \V:u.- ~;"r ia ,lul 'V ["'-+.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    SIf-.. \ t I. fTr t!-' !".timinu Pah-t Milwatikoe IB-er. Free Deliv-
    Iv i, ,..v: '.t t t !,. ( ity .


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    REAL ESTATE.
    kntal and Insurance
    AGENTe.
    :t!. Palafox trt"e'.
    i't %- ,i.4, FLA.


    NICOLA CASSA,
    RESTAURANT---OY bssS.


    Vrgcta b I$,


    : I Tobacco .at Low Prices.


    P ENSACOLA. F-LA.


    A. M. AVERY,
    {nstw so ndo 09n se l 4,oWo.)
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF








    AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GIaLt
    Stitched Bolting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, I"ftin Rand
    Powder Compaxy, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Ring and Back's Stove
    and Ranges. WI. Coups & Co.'s Raw &ide Lace L)ather, Mary'rz B*st-
    Male Railroad Colors.
    Masonic Temple, Penslcola, Fla.


    --AT TH E-


    SALOON


    Opposite li 1111)11 )epu. Tlele;.l'en Nol. II;.


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    SOLE ANITS FOR


    I'ENN lAND RYiE W~HfmISKY,
    lBi{OKIITHIAl, SOURTtMASH.
    y 1LL1 1,o v s'FoNI.wI:Y F VHIS K Y,
    DAIRY MAID WHTM-KY.
    ATL1A NTA BREWVINO C(OM PANN' S


    S WOOL PAINTS

    SSolid as a rock., plai n r I iivy pat-
    t<,rns for $2.51) that will k'..p :i .i1.. -


    wear ttf'1in 'out i it i I-.1' -,I, 7, I ,r
    $3mltl, 501111' mae w Ta n ;.- .,_-III oT.,


    k nere.


    Delmonieo hotel and Restaurant W HY SIY
    9 11 1* i1


    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

    l : 0ooms for Rent by the Day, Me.k or 0Month. IL
    311, 312 North Tarragona Streat, Opposite Union Depot.
    O-Teiephone 68.---0
    ----GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.- --
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    FRESH VIGETIBLES RECEIVil D011Y, iDOLEUILE I IRETIIL.
    at th ilmono. Pensacola, Florida. I a fn t. ttwll


    H~. TrrMDBENf:Th


    NV#4'- -t-111ill ;imro't. w-ir-te..j
    palit., for $1.1psth.it ar-,--imuply ro
    I ,atroaiim, it.or IPantry. it 1p.Iv.'


    THE


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    --PROPRIETOR OF-o ---- -

    CRONIeS SALOON o,
    o-DEALER IN-o c

    Imported and Domestic Iines, Liquors and Cigars. The Bi own Town clotie
    JUG TRADE A BPreTAT.TY.
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    THE DAILY NEWS:
    Ftaterood at the Polit 4(011iet at Pensacola.

    COrrteL: Pitt Ht~a~ ~I outh Pala-
    lea street. up-btair-.


    THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.

    Terms -Invariably in Advance.
    (Ane Vear by Mkli l (0i
    16A tmou~th-4.
    Tar..' Slm tt.t
    0.. e.Cby Earra-i. pay~aube Nondity ('

    THE WEEKLY NEWS:
    Pub~liched cr-ry F'r,(I:'' at 5..-'a per yuio
    Postage- Ire".-

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    Adveefising Rates rurnishfd on AoPP1I~C0tin.






    Theo paperis on file with the
    Mll.AWVENTMSNG CO81
    Sednsat Duiling. St. Paul. Minn.. where,
    -1 16 ad te. tim.n and other- max
    examineIm t and whbe e estimates will be- girru.

    PENSACOLA. APRIL 2. 1900

    PulE cimEcF lEa1(ATIFS

    ha. ~ ~ t- .-:.'=.d i. tool .wievn aRticlke-t for dr-I

    010elt-'I. AP' ii A i~d a-k that Oiovi-y1t,

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    T%%-(, io-w c:aiudidlates foir -t:iat, of-

    tioned.- 1':. L.J. Jt-'o- 4'r Wiol-
    ton anid IIonu. !S. M. Ht. ,.o-rt'zon i to
    WVa'.tiitrz.gtin. t')"~ fornior for jutc
    '*f t V- 'up~r#-T-.w court, to t-uecf C
    Mr. .vi-:i iit'-r if Jaek-'on.a.ii~i
    tit- l: :. :# -11C(" 'o C 4,11 ill oo'~.-I
    A~:i2.Atur-V~*om~el1,,aloo4


    TuiE Nt-w Orlan- l'Pc;wayvit thu.
    Itf,'-1!.* tt .*- harg,- miade bv Sta.te
    HealtL. (Otll'.-r Porter that the %ia-
    tin l Hl-ipita. -tcrvi-e r-egulation), are
    :.ot too be) depindo d upon to ket p
    .y.-llow f-ver tout of the I'mited Stat- :
    Tb:- I t- --r.,. u- c'i I:-', ia.d Oiln, t!Iat
    cannot It.- lii'ihtly pas-ed over. Louls'.taia
    e" no' trn;-" to aniy ,iuaranttlne srvice-.
    ut rlti .s:i.twt.- .' town. including ni.dlt al
    .L.tpectt r- at \ariou- ("*ntral Anterctin
    pt-ol. But it':.r -tai'. Florida having
    fw-.n-one ot t,f!.tn. trut-,-d to the I nat-d
    ltattes Marin+e llo-pital quarantine service.
    and t'iorida tin- i.-ai-l'd it det.-rnminat ion
    :.ot tdo (It :nl futl Iur. NeAw '1 rl.etn a is In-
    teri ostet I'e-aU-. :" ia- alrect aw'l intainat.-
    ":lln'ctual n l ill! I h >ilt" ot f ui !, -ltatit ~
    '*I)y ou t'-** Mmrmn- liHopital aed i i'--. :nfl if
    t :ere a- ;in' d-i-t .. r('v ,a i N '. Ir 'rvitati.
    mu t -uf'. ::n itl.. i--t.
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    Telle li: w al i : t1 ru in .t.Newv

    I com.nt: i i. n an. : ma s ly eastern
    o.'m*pirsts.lant o anIh et tkf eastern .cmi-
    g gSt feel' t'. "oI a t .t Iodo I o it sI l
    ha manaaattct -it tile tonl- of ittas n1opul:stac
    OS in- .N' ,r-kgr Ilt has been po. nted
    . r-c ieverI si,' l''.tt' Ciio-rlt ic nti na M r.
    Bryan lr 1 --. t ;io -,-arity contain, e-I
    Thel r-- r. loct. -i.ilaooi- why r much pop-
    Ttae wS. a:lit o 'a. MN raska edeci rt'nw.


    i arily pro- lret. Ithat ths oe@n pouinst widl

    IIl lbar-ly proi ahbirtibat lHe popullstii w~li


    t' doso. A national platf -m on tie lines
    of the Nebraska platform would cauhethe
    democratic ticket a loss of thousands of
    ioteri an every one of the states.
    A. the political situation now presents
    itst lf the- democrats bave an tscelient
    chance lor getting control cf the govern-
    tilielt t a ti t-,itctitoln th/.. year. '1 ti y tlu!!t
    not. !.owever. coi.duct the 'canpaignla aloniz
    tih *line. laid down i *";. Tn"er-are new and
    .t4roDger i--ues than th!:ote of that ye-ar.
    And i aterial conditiol.- art vastly differ-
    er,t. It i- !iar.t-r to miak the people think
    a cbhatnge o(f gov'-rniniiit i- i:ec-ssar'y w heih
    there is a demnand for lalt)r and i.iolt-y is
    abundant. as is tbe ct-' now. thiain liheln
    emiploym le-nt cannot l hilad at:nd l ni'ey- i i!l
    htlinog, as was the ca'- In I'. .
    There a- go:l;g to be a great daui more
    -%ild atiaout .lpp))-it!on to the nomination of
    Mr. Br)anti. tut it is not go.: n to amount to
    aiythiu., u:llesi, a troong cad.dait in op-
    po-ltiun a~ brought out.
    The Hlrmiugham News say-.:
    The democracy, of all ttini-. at'.lIIo; win
    oil a popuolit platform n i ''. It pulled th.-
    hich water mark of strength on such a
    platfuroi in 1it.1;, when couditoaunti.wrer most
    prupi:l.iuu% for succ.--s on I1 ts-t of declira-
    tiouts of that character. And it was defeat-
    ed then. 'hibs year with the country highly
    protperouti, free -.alver dead and live i-..ues
    like expansion pressing to the front. the
    party that ties itself to populist ideaas is gto-
    iug tu be overhlielminglv repudiated.
    The Macon Telegraph says:
    I undoubtedly a lot of gratuitous and de-
    structi\-ve ammunition has bet n unloaded in
    tht' cramp oft the democrats by the blind re-
    publian leaders. It remains to be teen
    wht-tber their fo:t.-r will wisely s substitute
    It in great part for some of the powde-r and
    ru-ty iI at ui- that were louod.-d in -I ;' and
    can never against a iladet to carry a iballe:.
    It .- gre-atly Ito btr f-ared, thowuie r. that tIL
    iLubt USeie'b anld lopelv-Ily ru-teJ p;-.- Iln
    thl- o hole bu ttt-ry ai against to 1w l rigg.-d
    otut aind p]i'.- '-d in it farin r I- a-tlin po-1.i-
    t. ,:;. V. .% rTt-r ol cour..,' t t i.t. :,. pi.,-'ce atf
    !.aV3. ord;;ance Ilat.iA'-d i"* t '.. A :i!chi lit-
    l.,'i .-I;ic, t*--,n -p:k,-d andI :- ini\ t, igolod for
    I:',thin I>jt to \.t- t** powd-r. inako- a kt .-;i-
    *:ig no:-:-, uii-.- du-t aid (dr.op 1t-p nIt ba
    at 'out a lutidrtd .I-e: fruin t:. ta t :r:::
    Ipo.:.;.
    T he Atlanta Journal says:
    .\A- .ev-ry(body knows. it was tnl. current'.
    .Ut -o ittin w,1.;', n ca'i-d t;h tl ittcralic di-
    v.-..n1- in !**'.. Th'. currency ,i 1. tiot :i \ t-i
    thn t-iupperimos-t in the. mind- d f the pe p.,.
    ;: not .*o now. There aire *th r :--ue-
    Shi1-'i air- considered far inore' pr'"ssi:inz ijid
    w;ti!ch involve 1 i t largr !aleabrf ;.,ur : e .I-
    fat- o( I i.t :he :itry.


    .A Powder Mlill Elpot-i'it.
    R'iio ,v'-- everylthiz in dIti!;t: :"
    'oi dra-tic inm.ral .a'il,-. but tooth!
    :,re mighty dangerou-. ID),n't dynia-
    iilte the dtlicato- in:iahiiin-ry of yout-
    h)-,iy with calotmel, crolton oil or
    0,,io-- pill-. when Dr. King'- New
    aife l'ili-, whi-ch are wgontle a-; a
    -uinntl-r l:'e-ze., do t!he woilk petr-
    fectly. Cure- Headacr:e-. Con-tila-
    titon. ()nly :, ct-. at WV. A. D'Alhnm-
    bert(".- .


    Noe Atid Vo'aeit Aro'etot.d and

    rI: '-. were floi tv ca-.-- bo fore
    fa't -i liard intahie poiace c~outrt
    fbi- ia,: i~ 41. whichih tf~rt-p wai'.-


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    Grat Iain $1.0 o: ol$-d fat, y(Lip.;ijali : Al-
    lita'- i->:.;i alot a tt Ioday~- ill j ad:
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    'I bioytcle wi: bout a hf-I I. -Ip'I

    D~an Xiliialn incln '4Inni-i XWright~.
    chi~od ~-.i i-'to. v ~ol(It(t y

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    EXPORTS FOR MARCH


    An Increase in Timber and
    Lumber of 3 483,376 s ft.


    Tlhe Aggregate Value Slightly Irf-
    'rea-ed From -'February. nut Much
    Ibar-er Than in March. lSI00. and
    Nearly Double That of March.

    I)uring last month there arrived in
    Pensacola IS steam vw-ssel-. with an
    aggregate tonnage of 2.tll., and 24;
    sail vessels, with an agriegate ton-
    nage of 16;.576. There were cleared
    20 steam vessels, aggregating in ton-
    nage 30,71S,. and 30 sail vessels, of an
    aggregate tonnage of 21.7P".
    The aggregate value of exports to
    foreign ports was $1,241,07t;6 as
    again-t $1.546.947 for February, 1;.-
    022,27Sfor March, 1899, aLd $738,769
    for March, 1898.
    The exports of timber and lumber
    agtgregated 2S,458,685 s ft. as against
    24.y75,3A9 s ft. for February.
    The exports were distributed to
    foreign ports as follows:
    Liverpool .. s g '.4
    lremen . : .(i>
    Venice .. .
    Havna r a;,c*
    HambDuro 7:.7.;
    A insterdairn iid t arhlitf 31.774
    ochetfort ... -. .
    !-t. l'etersabuig "-. 17
    Antwerp . 1.;''
    TanImpi .,, -
    Mataticte ter

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    Hafvrr 7.0; 1
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    K tt-rdaina .',
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    I >unol liu ;,i
    l.iib -ck ..-, :,
    't. aai/ii t '.'
    Hull '.,s4
    K)~to ario '.70a
    - t. rr.r 7.7.
    ?ihariiin->s 7,.7'.,
    il;r 1 t-' T; I.
    CI a rkat -h ;.+
    ('ii rlarvo" .*.-. 't. I -rr- ;nl Hay 1 :. tI l:a t .-

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    The ite-msn of exports wr- :
    T;int-r and lumber. It
    i stk luilln b-r. s ft ...
    Wintewod lumber. s It
    (,,tii lunmbetr. ft
    Mihogtany lumnbhrs ft
    t'otton wood lumber, f It
    'Itnaildaing. ft
    Lftths. handles
    N\%oId handle., cae. .
    F furniture, lI .
    lto-ii. bbil-
    i'hospthalt rock. tonsl
    t-uperphosphltte. ton-
    oal., to .... ....
    Manlafaetured ironl,lb)s
    tl.fl 11 I11, bX
    Paunibb-rs' material. lbs
    1-l Ir .x ttiiguisber aid cth-illi.cal-. 11'
    iaciinery parts. lbs
    Pigl Iron, tolls .....
    old iron, ton?.
    I a ll-r .-' lh .. ...
    l(,n pilp an'l litth i,-. ll-
    it-el i iiro L i,. t'iat .--
    Ituggy poles
    Irun safe'
    t('t Ito;i. Iloa i-.
    tC'tton d l n>I it.-
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    We will launder yourf preiads for
    15. eentl each and make them 1l)0k
    like new Star Laudry :. Ii \, ',
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    1.5 ent, each and make them look
    like new. Star Laundry.


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    1.4


    Aitenul..., I' C. V
    The regular nlmothly me-tiai- (o
    Ward camp No. 10.u U. C. V.. wl I
    convene at b p. ui., Tuesday. Api il
    3rd.
    Arrangements will have to I e
    mnade at this ilee-ttiLg for the zt-iti-
    reutioin in this city on April ;lt:
    and 27th. aud every member of Canlmp
    Ward is specially reque-stt-d to lilkL-
    it a point t. attend this ue.-t ig., o,,
    the good naule of 'enllacola as it
    city of hospitality, depeild- on tihe
    action of lour camp. \We IlnUU-t not
    make a failure.
    liv order of the contmand-r.
    N. B. CooK. Adjutant.

    I)Do not fail to read the advvrtise-
    ment of 'TEETHINA inll this paper.
    i-'duCatioinal Addit en.
    Piof. Robt. W. T;ylor. the north-
    ern uaent for the Tuskegee school.
    will address the citizens of Pensaco-
    la to-night at Big Zion church. I.
    L. Purcell, Esq.. will also speak
    Some of the very best local muii-
    cians will furnish music.
    S. D. J.A'Kes(,N.




    Confectionery in lot. 201 and 2 i-cent
    boxes. Try them. All dealer- sell
    them.

    COFFEE, COFFEE.

    Roasting a Specialty.

    Have you tried Swans'
    I)ownflour.' It is the whitest
    and sweetest on the .4meri-
    can market, in barrels, half
    barrels, 2' pound and 12
    pound sacks, wholesale and
    retail.
    Try )elatours Ginlger
    .41e; best Mineral Ii'aters
    on the market, equal to im-
    ported goods., and only
    .$1.10 per dozen.
    Tri/ our Freshly Rhoasted
    Coffee.


    ..4s. Mf'HIU(;I[.
    Wh7holewale and Retail (f
    cerC. Phone 1


    iro-
    05.


    If you wal t to -.c---whether yo'i
    buy or not-.!mtofile tIf the Iaiind-,tan.-I
    and cheapest Hiigh-cl.i--. \Valut
    Bed-room S et, ever exhibited liprs,
    go to(). M. Pryori'- BarLaint Furni
    ture Hou-e.


    To FIurni'sh Flresh Water at the Santa
    Il ia Sound Quaralnine statuiin.
    Proposals are invited to sink 1or
    bore wells at the Santa Rosa Soutind
    Q laralitine Station, Sanlta Rot-a
    Snund, for the purpose of furnihiti'n.
    a botuntifuil -upply of pure drinking
    \w:m r. m'.1. K. II EKt,
    A ,t.t 4,Ito B,,:ird of Ife:altlI. E.--


    C itilO2t ctttltltV.


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    GOtING;IDOWN HLL.Ji
    10.. -tifi'o~ri~i~' fromtakidtit-v oh--
    o- -e- .al a -- 'Ii alu-hl ut -te;-'dv lo,--
    - itat~~2 ~7 'j. .'

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    i2--Sllinm 0Pol1 &ALS



    2--SPECIALS-->


    SHIRT


    SNo. I-Our Rlepuir 't'c .ine ('i: :,.


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    .-GINGHAM BARGAINS :'
    Scotch Zephyr Gingham. 2-,- kind. at......
    THE ABOVE 8ALE FOR I.ATI HlI .A. \;it. \



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    Buggies! Buggies Buggies!


    A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick


    Pretty Phaetons
    ClAR LOAD PRCllE! sani: EorC Crs, iS. L


    Any and Every Style!


    BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLE..

    First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
    Y,*-- W e will Allow Y, Ain t :it Fatty R D ;,"-



    Uhlljlim lobnon & Sont.



    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


    - Itiltf utturer--i aan (I D-a Iti- ,a


    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons indil IIr.i%.

    :I Repairing Attended to Promptly.
    SEFAST (;.AIA:D ST. 1 : : : : N .1 -1 \ \


    A RPi[PION OR DINING DUNN'S


    MINT W~rErRS OR ? 8N BONS.
    iTV Ili I Ili w i ip


    Photographic


    Artist.


    %.;0S3 R. NEWEL..,

    D R E S S mAK ERII


    I ILN'TAIN


    IINT TONIc


    Ev,- I Vybo"y Ih 'I- a t.,:.i( t'i'-'
    l.azy -prina. l.iy- to, d ive- :,way tha:
    tiro I ft-elini-. .Mountain Mintn To does tli. It invigorate- arid puri-
    fl-e the blood. It cur'-sth-a woni-t
    ca-t- of indizre'tion. It cure, per-
    manettly all stomach trouble. It
    Inak.e th,- nick well: tl.- we,-k
    -troni: and it ive- ionf- wlho i- all
    run down a new leaa" on life id t
    healthy appetite. Mountain M11int
    Tonic has be-n tri,-d by htindr'-d- of
    people in Pen-acola. r-veryone of
    whom heartily reconmmeainds it a- the
    best tonic they ever u--.d. It d-oe-
    more than we claim for it. One -dol-
    I .... .* Ri ..>1a ivh ,.,tt1Po f,,r fiv-* d(l,,1-


    HOTEL


    f)N UROPEA.k PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and N'c'.:.
    Y-I .-:.I-'. ISil AN 1) .-A'1: I):. AI.I. KINI- 1\ -I
    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    i \T.ES:-F: -.' ,i 1 w:". .. : I):y. LOD G IN'
    .1. anl .'p Si oah P.Al.,l Street PVu,--iola. 1 l ,rial 25 anP(2 5


    LENTEN SPECIALTIES


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    ECONOMY ---


    Ouar REFRIGERATORS ar ii-.* (irant..ol it'.,I.
    Ili, I ak*- u. 1lowpr tsemI p-r~at tr iti' j o anv otlyi~tlar #on Htt. nit,'-v
    Tlhf-V haivs. ala Ah;oltit- DRtY AI l it'PRVISIOjN (j JIAN-
    Wit rautted Abhiooute* t- 1 fl---


    ,-.Our Ice Cream Freezers:
    WVARRANTED) To FRIEEZE IN ;1,.-, Nil.\'.-

    AWPricaot tao Hixh-'r thran f-r I%*?'rio~r talake-d. Ciir:.
    kr2'ain therr to) you.
    4L 4 7%-A %h __ ft rmo &M Av%& lk- P*


    WAISTS!


    Seats


    Top Buggies


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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.


    Roadl ; ,.l i i. ln|e<-tpl.
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    'i: -, : *.a rtl Air Li:;. hav,. n,.ti-
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    ForthirtyyearsTutt's Pills have
    proven ablessing to the invali,. -
    Are truly the sick man's friend.
    A Known Fact j .. a- /
    For bilious headache, dxyspep_' /-1 /


    -our stomach, malaria.consti;'-
    tiL n and all kindred disea-es.
    TUTT'S Liver PILLS
    AN ABSOLUTE CURE.


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    Side Traceked.
    "W'ould you Litb surprised if I said I
    loved you''" he asked softly.
    "Rilbr say : nised." she rerned.-
    I'hila-llSpbia North American.
    Both.
    May-Is 3Mr. Tarrier an Englishman?
    Fay-Yes. and also a bore.-Pbiladel.
    phia Bulletin. -. ,..* .. ,
    I "I think I woul: g? cr.,zv witi.
    Pt in wtr. it riot ft.r C'haminhberln'
    , Pal:1 liAltn." wlit-- Mr. WV H. Sta-
    ,I !ton. Ht-i ininie. Ii. "I havelh.-en
    :*illicte-J witi; rhenti.ati-nm for several
    vy,:r-; and havo t'iHed reniu-di, it- h-
    \out nu'whpr. but Pain Ialm ik the
    bast niedicine I live rot hmldl of."
    i( I- applications i-li'-ves ihe r'ain..
    F -r sale by Hunnaan Bros.. 21 S. Pal-
    af x -treet.




    WING, HOP G.,
    -Importers and Dealers in-
    Chinese and Japanese
    =:Fancy Goods,=
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    No 3t Mouth Palaf-x Street.


    Laundry Office


    PENSACOLA. FLA


    BARGAINS


    -IN-


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    JE. Stililian Co.,


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    Fuel Gas



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    was an ANCIENT whto used
    to burn wood.
    ik f.,r BILLS that he paid
    when he could.
    was the CO()AL that lie after-
    wards bought.
    is the DIRT and DI)UST that it
    brought.
    is tMle EVIL these things
    brought to pass.
    was his FOLLY in not u-ing
    ga-.
    i- tl e GAS George used in hii
    -tove.
    is the HEIGHT of joy gas
    brought to his i;oiiie.
    s-th' INDIAN: lie doesn't
    u-4e (;A-.
    canniot u-e it, for J thie
    JACKASS.
    is tho KI rCIIEN wlvh-re ( AS
    is the liiel.
    iS thie. LAUNDRY. thley'er
    both of 'iemi c.)"l.
    i- thlt- MONEY, saved by a6
    Gas Ranige.
    is for NOW, the best time for
    a rlianue.
    i- the OFFER tne Comipany
    snakes.
    i- the PROFIT, don't make a
    mistake.
    i for QI'ESTION; no ques-
    tion at all!
    is th, RANGE you should
    buy before Fall.
    i- the SAVING yoa make, If
    you do.
    is the TIME and TROUBLE
    saved, too.
    is the UNION of Comfort
    and thrift.
    is VEXATION, now cut it
    adrift.
    i- WISDI)OM in having in
    change
    plus I three Dollars to buy a
    ias Range.
    is for YOU. please observe as
    i- on'- ZEAL. to -uipply you
    with (G"A..


    GAS R&NGES $13. Coanrct d Fre.,

    Pensacola Gas Co.,
    NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


    DRINI( 110N BEER!


    S.I.


    A r r
    Ar 'j r ,
    AA j
    For he in't r :


    Furniture on Credit
    M o-t beautifiul li,,, of lo. .... r,-k
    over shown in thi, city. \W ;,rl, 4.1I.. ,
    with ila-s (ldi rs ,4 f \-y ,d--,.rip-
    tion, from the cht;eapest to ti'- tit, -t.
    Roll-top secretary ca:-- f*l-atitly
    finished, a fine line if t'hiu,; clopset-.
    and everything contained in a first-
    class furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
    Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


    At C. V Thonipon'8.
    Crane's Ladies' Note Paper.
    Envelopes to match.
    Cambridge Linen and Envelol
    Hurd's Parchment.
    Invitation Paper and Envelol
    Linen Tablet,.
    Frosted Velum and Envelol
    English Note; Matin Wove; Tis
    Paper; DenDison's Crepe. Etc., w
    a general assortment of stationE
    C. V. THOMPSON.
    No. 30 South Palafox Stree
    Buy your wife one of the
    handsome parlor suij
    from Marston <* Finch.


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    peg.
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    --lother Jzig- ardee s.


    PROPRIETORS OF THE


    OFFICE


    SALOON


    JUST OPENED


    te3


    *-Everything New and


    Clean.--


    The Mo-t Attraq.'iv- in the Eintir" City. R,-. '..r M.,.i- '. i |.,
    and Short (O)fdr'.r Served at all l:lur -'. ii, i. ,i t,,-k: lt,:. -
    A. E. BAKRER & CO., Proprietors.
    14 EAST GOVERNMENT RTRWET

    SJOHN PVURDY.`*
    Foundry W Machine Shops,
    CENTRAL WHARF, COR.JKIFFER.-R' N AN-, P'INE STiE Y -.
    Telephone 346. -:- Pensaeola. Fla.


    0 e PATTERNS. CV2ATING(t, LUMBER TRICK-4. SMALL. f'lli IF."
    tes r Car W1 eels, Wood and Iron Pullevs. Hanzer-,. Box-,. t.- M I,
    I factured to Order in1 First-Clas-, \Vorkti.sziikel M.inmn-r :t R.t-
    ble Rates.
    Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.
    n --
    F.Ci.R., Wt. II kNWlI:M., Nla. n:anR..H J l'1 -'
    rl's'til l. N at-oi'lo,.a'llBt. n ktt- \ -- . .--


    First Sational Bank


    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. B
    D

    CLG SE IlD .1
    IIIn OI I Frors ig ad Dmsec


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


    A Special Sacrice

    35o Pairs ILadies' Vici Kid Spring
    Heel Butt,,n and Lace Sh. r
    for only


    $1.25.
    REGULAR PRICE 4.1 2.


    Getlemen,
    A Don't Miss It:


    A MIHORT TIME:
    THE ONLY TIM.
    AND CASH T"1"M E.


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    $2.50.
    I'!(;I LI.\ li PtRIC(E ,.-/


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    Endorsed by a'l Physici;.ni as thE-
    tnly lBer ab-olutfly ree lin :adul-

    Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
    PENSACOLA.
    Try It. On Tau at all Salaons.


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    TRXU N KS,


    I. GUGENHEIM.


    ILO)UNT.F.C. BRENT. W.K HY F. JP.
    1.G. BRENT.


    B3at Wt SOIL


    O'vWe draw our own Bills of Exchanwe on Ireat BriTti t, -- I.
    Germany. France, Anutria, Italy. Holland., pain. Belcinrn. Rn.-ia ?.
    way, Sweden. Denmark and other European conntrIe.
    W Veasels Disbursed upon the Moat Fan.-ahbl Terms. arin *
    Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deestnatlon Ten or FIftei. i .-
    after Vessel Arrives there.
    WH Safety Deposit Boxee for Rent in Connection
    with whioh we have a Private Apamrtmet for th. U-*
    of 'R n t.'e-



    McMillan Bros. Co.

    S Coppersmiths,

    General Metal W rkcers.,

    TSL-n Vllwtm ofr ad I ntuf hr t,

    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.,


    MOBILE, ALA.



    THE ORIGT &L--


    A B.C.


    BEER.


    V.J. VIDA4, Sle j) WholesleF0-".

    A31 Afi3.BRAIELS C;il, IN)RHIDA) 13 A

    TRY I BOITLE OF 91IRY TOU3
    PHONE 1.34. : : : : p "4)11) % 4
    JUG & FAMILY TRPADr. SOLIECITIEZ
    Fr"tDi-.).v-l"rv to Any Part of L. .t
    MW A II ol 73 il% St The 91ct. V.1s. 2 m-. 's'':'


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    * THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1900.


    STILL AT WORK ON

    PUERTO RICAN BILL

    Senate Continues Considera-
    tion of the Measure.

    X&. BACON'S avujMITUTE


    (.s'rwta senatorr Mlimit" statement (*on-
    s-vru~g 11%lolaisiare-Is OriginAl For-
    Aker l1ll111 At m .,ended-Ile Be-
    Co% erI lo~fti~tilatiou 113
    W ItIiT-)%, Maprh 31.-At tlii. be-

    Mr. Fir..r ifWa.;bitigteiniffe~red and.
    hal irh..- li' t-1.-in dirtwtiug he:-~
    4i a T~ilt- mlt vnt.' I w haI t !ar-.

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    t- p v :j- cr h t. .t u.r thpe i :aub-
    .a., ti ia; "-war or F. rakr'r. 11,- *'.iub
    ill zzantad-r, --n lishil i* i st
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    tig r. whvltsl !11 .p0 ll- wh' I: I 1
    Le s A, t aa- a mltvaa h.- T" i.-',iifl. a,
    hvi 11 Ow ricKarelt-rl1%. Ala- *.'atirt I1'.- itn ri'-
    '~~.u t,: at iNtjiil ,f tli' lnlh- dLairai.
    tIa .*..x-ofia' i t*ialdv .f Pul j .'rtnzp
    7t-i.1i wa. ro~v'u-hd, SMr. P..o1-tti- f ALL-
    -T~imt the li'gtivsa~t- (...siiy(f
    Puert 4)Rrnv o lshall haveni- I no ~wf r sir an -
    t b- onry to euact auv law in %mMl.'t awith
    IC)v c uonstirui ion a(of the Unait's St.'a.'
    Th,'- mntqai~xnentwwarI')s 15to 1 :4 1
    Mr. Fairbanks of Inidiana thin gd-
    dre.'....d thetb' -IANf- Ill .Uj~lr Ii'f tia"


    MATRON AND MAID.
    maic. Patti,@. da'tpv ir $l.250CoOm
    vtorth of dianioni!-. a'Lich thf. wore at
    Lader 1Lat!-d'awvei maor i-'.ui-"rt at (Covent
    ( Ulfivn. natit-t haan'eie z~ t oc x jthit hepi' m~a
    3i i. 'Ui. r. m. Ilnlrimcvryr. for
    q ightit 3ar-% avi e G(ermaian at





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    0'.1181111a eta ae atzal wa sre
    g a.': infew at varryng. tI th. itaUItki'. f t
    T 'il rie ta (ii:, I.i l-a hto th gift i(ee-ale


    dfell,'! h Ifit its MI-c'ap. I 31r.;-eI n tte ii e
    i.i.. If. n ul h adv.'nt wa IIr.'st.nIn%% r
    31r-.itl. Feni'1 f.ata.ri Sfnnrs few aj'lwtof
    Se lsakti' Ibut ha ver actu ally I ter-C I'a serijia
    .lcI. #-i, in net'' .'.all t I s IS io rig if- agel eb#
    141 .' tl a' ttmo d to a'. a ir -o i yeat% fromthefa
    dilb. c i~p.t..-ii *-f 'h iniiMireantlei'.4 en-' a
    a!ti..'tv *!elss'I'adv ', iturt h. ii 1-'y .
    Mr -.- J- '.t'h,i i-.'aiitdS ita jnfor. i'ra Inf
    lii :iiun )st'-ery neihborhoo
    hae tw.11 ~fin Ns.." Wo~ ife h
    1'.. =ve t ..en lfith berlo sinz lfColvic
    I'ti~v -c-vle a ,vd toDiiarhit' a oramed, or
    W!r., 4!4i~nt f the, Cur-.>? v. carou ic La-
    a taiarst n iiie:i~ft Sof telin
    etiiiaa: tavoctit riybethet pastorate i

    !,ir - somp. it lv one For e le hb
    ('liel a in i in eeitBo-.21 Remha'xtedy, o
    Gt o Iab#to P. W. Jchrmith's

    -fI il_-piherto vesoFothe ware


    ships, 7 South Palafox,
    Allpha Pharmacy.


    A. othinff so vets ofj' a home
    as handsomIe furniture.
    .Iairston -Fine.)t hare an
    'm iten e stockI for I/ou to se-
    '"'t j'rom and they icill sell
    .'t to you on lonf tie ic and
    er.,y pay in en I's.
    S .twribe to T 1;I: -',:- ':;:ly ;
    Cet.ti 'e; we ek


    A I Now that John Ruskin is dead a "Rus-
    ARRIVID AT QUAIAWTINKg. kin union" has been formed in Loadom
    Hr *q Tortoino. I, lPeruw, Havan., to for the purpose of studying his works.
    ruif TransitCo Emperor William lias commissioned
    'William Pape. the artist, to paint the
    .A ,I.. C.D.ceoe of Archbishop Simar 'iendering -- a c k et S t<
    it hbk lta:ia. Pndstoilo. Pal -rmo homage. *a k e S (
    c.?AKtD. The name of Samuel .Smiihs hais been
    It LEk k rDa tio :a. ot. o lr sniar,. to lonlg fo-r,,tten t' by the rea.(ling public
    ta'nwtwi A ta ,,crO.,n'. wit, a;..--* s f7 that many will lprotaby be stiurriiised to
    'n ti""ber. a' ft luitr. vjilusl aat ll ai I.. tlior i"f SIfi' A 0" i 0Pronounced Success=S
    it bk Trent,.. 1I". (;ardell. hy Jaqr, still is's,, lit' lives in L .d, u .
    iunr.w.dy c& ('r.r .Mar~s.lies. ith iit2.7 ,4 \ V;tont Spencer Chu(' hill. thi, B:iti-h i
    ft hl ard( I f;'). ;. t. i: cn tinmbt) r, valued at wv.-, ,,-,in ,I ,, -,l'.n in tl ., ..'r ,,,.. a-., I


    .%,.r Lbk 7ti~a'7. Wj -a.' hrb Pensaed'1-
    .umboahr Op ',opr Bu-n.-s A yr... w'tb 5.57.4.4s 8
    t resawu Iubotr. vsIus'.1at
    AT QUARANriI7'E
    Ru' hbk Lu- 7:Jan,.'.',7 laniburg to
    W aM Kt-v'.r A 0"i
    Potrt bk E17noha Elveris. 7;-..(joncahe..
    I'.rnarnhtuera top l:Nlr%. I) ns'dv &AC
    hu' lhk ('-in. 7.4'. .Iobmnsm-n. nlt-neaato
    Nor 6k ILow.-. 1o.51. I. entsw-i. Londicn. to
    Pitsac aula Lumber '~i4o

    THLE SHIIPPING.
    VEdPwLtP 1[9 POINT
    TN.&3U3IP6.
    Pr A :;i:::it P.) ~ t.. (jUf I :-In-
    ,.it Coi
    Mr :r j so ,. i'lt cid f.tr 1 tuina

    har 1- .o *uma. .1.i, Ita, bi d..t to 'A' S Kie'. -
    .r& C.)
    N; rq-ttn.4-,uBimatoHar%,ru wcd

    Ni. attiltrc .xe* t-n~i r l.' to iW 1.
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    BAI'1 K
    I t n ze tI a A Ac.: a 'a'.$iret t o. VW I. "t4-
    lot) ,& 4.
    4-i, -. ni-n-.',rt0. V'1SA o- i!ih I-r. toiBaitr- .

    Nor ktia ro,-n :' ~Ce~. t I IH-"ar
    It t-ogtiaaia. !. 'antr--nohe, to itii'.~'c(
    .N''r (onct.rdis. #'-2". ShlSv-r-oi. to ordoir
    It I I it*- u .'aa'ai. 1,,. Lm rtir''ttpem. 1iP border
    t-i,--dI harwat, 1 aErli. cid for St
    V.-'.Ilrlourg
    .Not isi~rFr t. P .i 'A .-i-'. fIsmi aip.'to urd-'r
    No~r t~itist. Vv.' Lat .-n, tip orcl,-r
    N-.r Inzdas. t7'. 72, nt-'u. to v.ulf Naval
    tteirt- Coi
    It L .ugia F-. 4N. C. (Pin-a. to %V SK.y--r a
    Co)
    .Nor %.-rzotpiir'..I175a, Jo~iarson. t~o Haaro.
    Iluaawqidy A v(
    Lumber Co
    .%or erIectp.'ri. Itr's-n. to W S Ki-ysvr
    It %it'anvni'-ft.I'V. ftnzzo. to RopcasaRrns
    Nor sigrid, 549. kauan. to Patterson. Dbown-l
    Ing & CO
    -ti-rtoolatide. 3 M. 'e~t..r'iin to order
    he Tiento. IUl47. 44ard.-mlh. c~d for Marw.ilI.'s
    Arma er'utaiaIt. 770, hk'xt'r, to kXlE MAut-
    -Jun. f* On
    it N'-neozian, '415 Fiara titi. toBuars. Dun-
    nuidy &tto


    H H :i -4.
    (icrEl~ly. 471.t. !iaueis. Ltaooder
    Am Florerac" P rteadacbl. rr.7, I an k. to J no
    A Merritt
    Atali a-minaafl('ristina. i'.' euIfor It. lize
    .A ilalIElsa A Hav le%. 1t5.1. H'-nzaon,. to master
    %in His elmar. -6.Aott Ii-.'to. 1 la-tt-r
    1'.r Julia. El,zai~lb.'.. -,SiAoutaiag., to fIaI&-
    1:r 'Mabel Dan linz. 1:,. Ilobents, to master
    'TyeCLKARED AND SAILED FOkliPAN-
    M4AUOLA.
    8TRAININKPS.
    Itti-r..'- ill. !'- Ir. 11 Itano'hei' tor- l i'
    o-a' f I nvo--rtipa;ii. r. IT712. liIuhllMarch 1
    Ii uieasti'rfidu. Hr. 6'41- ti! amrr'. Ian :;I
    H-iarurado. N''r. 14i. 14,ai.,n.A- itw.rp. Jala to
    11isa. N'of-. F-1. (.vfi~i IVc'.h m
    tLat-gf'.o't. Nor.,1 kin a i-stia. (,rttztt~y
    March I&
    Nrirdpol. Hr. -1 1 Eirt-.rior'k Motreh 21
    t-tofuatii. linc -ad (.IiaMaei rcht
    s ii'nahatia, I;r. Nii&. hmrirraon. St Mt a'iavi'I
    rhaos Waymi-nl?. Hr. 141 #. l'A'it. arx-: -.1 Rtot-
    r,1'rtoii. Hr. i'', ;.'.R..b-rt-min.G(,.nnaa. fInn-25
    ti iio'artwt. Mr. :-.a~liAltitai-rp i.2t-ltv

    :u'..Noi-. i 11 t-ii'r-ack 1;hai
    P A $w~o.
    41 'i ia if-,N or 1--,7. .111 A ii ?werlp I 1-v
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    Iin 111a R.c- Wd. % i ( I I I 1 A ci1 1A
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    Deac I1.
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    rrIt t iu-ta'. Iu-. eluld h .vra'nn Macti, 7
    t-'itluciai. It :7r., -1 1 Vpjp. lea.itin lrclaI14
    Fmisioa. it s'~. -Id %nol-i ea -;i 1-1, mothoe
    Nov .!%, ai'ar Port tH. o .Ii
    (vier. Nor. 'hut Pree-'auon I i'e 11
    I .a.-lanao a~atijnaa it. I7%.'1'1!(jitnlia
    Manrr'h
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    Jishalan-. Stir. mid 1(ifltiirg l[fee t
    M~arta aMargibrethis. zS.-.d sACape 'TOwn
    Xlcilf-lat j.I. t.erId aiirnt inari'h ,"i
    %iatret.I a. It. oid 1amburg. %iea'x
    .Nleu.inii. Rum. iiw. tid mc-haroi-4o-" i.'tN2
    Monte A. It.7*%. .oldNar-v-ilr's March 3'
    13i'IS leadre. It. ,1.~104.91d Amsrrdani.J anl'4
    Pion.%'-r. 5Ger. I is-1. at L~midon %I msr.'fnI I
    l'rollis..Er JohlibitotI Nor, DIM. aId Bristol
    Vi-b '7
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    1-Iia IS1. It. 4n]2. at La Pinta.. Novr N
    V'ibuta. Ntor, tod Lolth Mch 10
    Viarginia. It. sId Mad"Ishr, ?.b :!
    No Right to Ugliness.
    Thlo women who iq lovely in face.
    formt and temjpe-r will alwa~v!A have
    triead-4, but ohie. who would hb.- at-
    r'-'tive inivs? Lee; hpr health. If she
    k~ we.-tk. sickly anidtall ruts dowta she
    .till he net a'lu mil d irritable.i If ahe
    lia cloz-i-iti.tli.Ia air k idneay tritmbli-.
    tier impuirt- bloodit;.Aill (aiu-t' pimple-.
    'ahioo~hei-,'. AkhI it t-r Lci i:it tit.; aand a
    wretched e'npl- '. it-e'tric IBIit-
    to,-r- i .4t !,a bt ipi-d ici leill- intIe
    world to) rs':ual te --m~i,iteb.liver :andu
    ki~dniey, amid to) puri fy thIo- blood. It
    Z a'e -itronll Z ierv,-. Illhhight eve.
    -'nsoot h. a'-lvaeta' -kinii. etCt co piex-'
    ti an. It will nimak#- t iiIlikh.:
    C'i:11'ti1miiz ta-alslin tif it rim-downin it
    IiI (Ill!% Z91 i-zlstat VW..A. D'Al-

    DROPS OF WATER.
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    ('hoco1:itu' Ciwi'a'n Minta afierc.
    If vibur dvale-rt!. is1:at go: theill. tell
    himfi to get thfhell.
    We are S'ole Axeuti For
    ~a-r&Aimz'- ('h~i. NT. N.
    Kelr-and ('leve~atsd Wall 1Paper
    Fin'.l~ae Wall Pap(-rs. Full linfe
    ,Iaf -utmvle-. JI. F. Ro-s & Co. No. 11
    N. Palafox. p :10ule 2:f'.


    L~as ,11- icei i-h .l-N ; frst nia-tl. It beiar, the


    ThI- la -ay indiisi' for the 1-ust 41 the late
    iqaiaimaze-di i'some wlae 1xiyin th.* s-tudio of
    th, lii lC~lj .r. Itpii'hai:l 11.lP'a rk of C hi-
    0 1':ii.11141 itIs"isijli-i '*.'tip raiirsid'ce It


    THE CYNIC.
    Nonrti!v eni'r -y Nio(1..itt: 7,;gll is a
    S;':~i:ijilnt wo~tt7 al re tw''ople than it


    .Nine i''oph. out of tt':a v'o'i iq iPi're
    d'? w-it li'?ila !t.
    Ahela man doiii' anyila~ir w ia-ti-'ir-
    %by. lit hi' ai'tly xlaa'ays n hLe- ima ,'f iC(s'
    llaii u-cit' .ifSome x 1o011'' I hn t 8;-irmgis j
    pii-Iwith 1w;-' ntni- f'Pi~ll'of ublow(li'S
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    fP Eo NOTICES.

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    ....is the Verdict of th1e people!

    The Great Selection in Our Mam-

    moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

    Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

    ,9and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



    19 Our filliqiry Dbpartm rt


    We have been Complimented by

    all Ladies of the Varied Selec-

    tions we are Showing them in

    Ladies', Misses' and Children's


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    SIHREE CITIES.


    "' :<-ri' n 't. .4 fi"'" it *l'h. ity of
    t i I. ts ;:; l ,1'.1 .40; ,:i:41:. tr < 4 -.
    Th I Icity ,if .Ak.lto;n. 0.. 2s ('i:;i',N A tio lfo-
    c'rel.t for installing th' first :initiinl, ii *,
    plice' prtrol. It is of the lait.'-st sizx,
    having a s:eatiug capacity of 44 i p-t'sonS
    and was built at a cost of $2.2'00.
    Los Angeles has the reputation of being
    almost tropical, but it is not a 'ia <-a i-ity
    either in summer or winter. The teUm-
    perajure Is seldomn above 78 at any sea-
    ?son. and that is about equal to (8 in New
    York. May and June seem to be the
    coldest months in the year.


    OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT


    Bristles with New and Modern

    -,Styles in Ladies' Misses' and

    Children's Footwear. See

    Prices in Show Window.


    H..-Wa...,ve. GENTS' FURNISHING
    Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citi-
    ze of H i,.. lately haCLOTHING DEPART ENT!
    wonderful deliverance from a fright- zmd
    ful death. In telling of it 1h aays :ULOTHING"DEPARTMENT!
    "I was taken with Typhoid Fever
    that ran into Pneumonia. My lutns
    became ha.;dened. I was so weak I We just received a Nice Line of Men's
    indel'tped ne. ced.to no and Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
    die of Conumption. when I heard of Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-
    Dr. King's New Discovery. Onep
    bottle gave great relief. I contin-, ingly low prices.
    ued to use it. and now am well and
    strong. I can't say too much in its
    Straie'.ur;san'd"quil:,stIc'urin The Finest Selection of Carpets,
    the world for all Throat and Lung n r
    Trouble. tRagularsize 50cent-, and Mattings and W window Shades
    $1 o.. Trial bottles free ait WV. A-
    D'Alemberte's drug store; every
    liottle guaranteed. YO(RS ANXIO['r TO PLEA.E.

    Have Yuur Paitint" *COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.+.
    and Paper H-'nin, rigt do ,'t by up-to-
    d it- p,-pl -d^.i II Un-'-dito tyl -,MAIL OlRDEI VIJI.LE ) AT I N( :.
    by ;'.atrliiz'ing J E. I ',-- & C-' No.
    1I N. Paitfox. Phon,-.::'S 2'4f-tf
    Don't by anything in l W. B. WRiGHT COMPANY,
    furniture or house furnish-
    ings until yotu hare seen 3 1A \ lF T ITi.V i *X IiVi.F A, .I : 1. :
    Mfarston 4' Finch's stock. LU -B AT U B
    Their prices are low; their 3
    stock is complete, and they i SAED CTPRESS SHINGLES--Kli-Drict Saps
    will sell you what you want S- , SL1e
    on lon.4 time. PE ACO IA. FLA.




    *F. E. BRANER'S*


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    *-WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OU1 R


    Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dress Goods.

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


    27-inch Zephyr (iinzhaing our
    p rice .......... .............. 1 .c
    :,6-inclh Spring Plerc Ilt. our
    p rice .................... ......
    33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
    4our priceF .....................** .
    27-inch ('heck N:t i ,iok. o:ur
    p rie. ......................... . '
    ;;-ine!. l Whit- and C'ohlorfd(l
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    :;,n inch Whit, C',rded PihiuP.,urr
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    our price ..................... 'l
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    Calicoes


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