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DAILY


NIEWS.


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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4, 1900.


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Spi'ha l.'.ceatiii!te'- to ne hae-on ap
Opt- laie(Itilofkte Nlemoiaflysafte tia
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Iii-or.. of saiet.o1).t(ittee1re* imid Ah.
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LED BOER TROOPS


GOVERNORSHIP CASE


IS WITH THE COURT



He Commanded the Transvaal Arguments Concluded and De-


Forces at Bushmankop.


cision Is Awaited.


DEPARTMENT SURPRISED EXPECTED AT EARLY DATE


(. H,4ivir ati'1a lru -cd. of


Court Fake' ('a'se1Unde'r Advisemient.
Interest ('enter,,in Pro'e'lt-riw'a of
Grand .Jury at Franikf4)rt -Seersal
I ndictiatnts Lookedl For.


-'ivr *.AI -i'd. I u \inca it Iw AprI~, .~:il 3. -A dia 'ki'wi lit


Ii .'l:, -. '. .&- Ca ...111 1 Xl .1,-! Ik ".A l pr'JhrthlIVtomoitrrto A t th" .iOnj T
t, 11. S. uf the -i'L'umfTr4 Lit I i- flight yi'(. .;.I-
N, ..iI IIII.II 's:- IItt.11 h, tI fr antaken llium.Z lu-avien'ivrt ahul tht' JIIl.-
u('l1 fmIIA !4l 2 11a 4-iii~jiiiv III III,, are-81- u11wx imifii od*'ring tilt- 1sx'iWiitlU'slk,-t
14411lth lt3'* ss tIitlt!.it, nimSstjli Pendling a dtiviion jltit4t-ist ('tiittr i ill
Afl* 4' 'a 'it .141111 .0 11-it a 'i'tt too tilt' thlt. pro :tN'.HUi L iA f rh" grand jur ,'vla,
CulIR' to r10 re' it (oilall 111 ila r % .,);)4 'rlt i ( '11. Franikf' art, which is t'xJ')&'ltO(1tI eie i' llt 1'i1,

q lailo l l it. 1k r a' ia'i*-Olit.th r4)in lt ibs~t with thol-Gi telwl 'as''. 'lhf,~ 'I 'is i
fmrwe t k- agnt. atid, like'the French af lyth 1vt4t. wet'kNi. I'rexlwudfa
5.11(1 (tma'iial tlt't',lw livvtud iti ) be Uovfl Iinr Taylor L vis 'xcfedtoil -IA)-'Ta~t
litipling the kouLar lwvv"Nill s's'har vtmr wav toaluy fr. tin hi., bonrn ili sl'an4A I


Ifill''.J~t tatu~'1(5Atn'rca n '~1ud F'RA X K FORT, Ky., April 3t. Tht-
til' sin' 3t~r jaiir' ~ ui.4~ ~ Franklin oonuny grandI jury has istgull
:t.rmiy nms a private at Fkort 1..eveiiwortb. work. The phyvaciaus who held tb# au-
Kan. opuy ioenGOuviernor Goebel's lhisdv wen,~
With1inl thr.e eavr.. W'twhinan padowd the principlj. witnoew"~ t4m'L.IV enies-
thritlgh the lict'*vesov grades of priva&'., erotic Attorney General Birt'ekiuridgm.
Clorixoral. taergtoewtand 811.1 lieutamaft applar-od before Judgp Cantrill texda
anti1 after .dltuiuzing A A4. imihhiionl hist and "ebed that he' be ritu-.sgnimml, dat a-
prou~t 'f4im t4Wi wasrupit. t~amey ge-neral of the ';tate and be per'
Ili dtIs Re'ivitiman wIL its M luated fruwm tit-ed1t) represents the OllUflumnwealth
the' Fort U%6vnt'nts'mrth ;akvalry and in-, in (aim pending betflre the court. (ion-
fu&ntry 144iiistl. MUd 14fl-1' a few yo'urs was eral Breekittridg,,, aid hot bad awtrniptel
ssi~igiiad tooduty Ilin rth A-htxol as in- to. notify .Jadge Pratt Elf tit-- miai'si.mbu
-.trhtcLuar itthedeItxmir:iietsitt 4nilitarY that he him Isteen uitabha- to l'm':tic1him.

Ib- 'Is i .t ttja -t1141t' fitl hits written AGUINALDO __IN SINGAPORE.
four m( itlt vi' A,4 it 411.41lit Ow NutijN' tt 1)e4i
mll4iLui''. art. Ahtierlea us Adopt Neii Mllit Dn In
The 'w~ar di 'iwai' lit illi~d.,rtvi'4(L' st'ld 1luIg A1*ftii Iteb.'i.
rteport rt-vot'ntly 'fn'mii (ctsapiii Re-ichuian. S-%%; FiAt.,isi-."o, April :.-'New, fromn
'Th,-r-pirt that lh.i was fighting with Philippim-es nroo'-eived 1liv tilt- traii'a!ooo't
tin,- B'M'rs %-.a-.%aa%t:lrt Ii:ag amt''iou~liveleat hr'nNow tatAmnl Iii
tI. th,- olemiartfinti'it. ('ajmaitali kithuiallSeiLusostangiaouu
i..t ill othli'46tfV ci'rte with the, Singaloort',, and t~it(. Ni4galo .ro' Iou;wrs
L nitr-4 ttR go1Vf.'rIirI.I1!'T111id such an ninkeni.n 2'ltion oif thf' faict ard pubhlis
lt111O1 Ii,' digh t brig ,i grae lo-iitervio,'w, with himl. Advsices 1sv the
ThII jl.. ii ngr'- *.Sho~rnidauz lso state- that tit(-Aincri~ali
gRRM"8 111O hav dop)ted(1a flew -e'bot-nifeof
hiajdted au'ti14''11 illAdjtit~iitt (i-"rml raliux with the insurgents. Ever
C. erisiti. tule afi Amet.riv'an L'tmluii-saurvtrain 'ar
'S i~I: I it iii.: niit. ,-id I th' f :z t'. all vl i c' attacked', or anyi'sf n*til 1t- p ac'.
'';.4I. ''i i'"'ti'sI' 1441'. 1I 'tilltti 6t ful na .t uv*'saret- iturcd risl aind rn eloslse atI.
li''s' ~ltf i1fa~1 l4'1I~rllil llt'I' i 'lo-r!'tili s sciit ttftt'r tit'- icrzfxam1415'.rh Il

:.1~~'' ibw~ rht- fe~ll-' ar4.1evosrv livw thi rt'I''.1,n erse ;x t, ia't's- loorhtl
.~4" I jll's''' *.i~iil. ..''' ~i I ?~ *14411 v t I l r" k I :. .114A.v'e -si st 'h.v ia
!~e 'sffs~-'ii i: w tin Ia, It-,114 1141 A t llll tPa:,th''...lr ai i 144Uliattt a
's''a- Ii f i~ I"i is.-lot t!).,! r11 1. aft ': iri u 'ftIi' uh il the il"'b iptaiull fWit
Il.-i l Q r *,,%;.1 %;?1., o i! i- IP N *lilnUin-1.~ i 'u'-i w d N m t livhjti
:il TI-TI14 '.' I 1 d wetI atlt'r
:'VItI k ,tt Il r rm" Th t i,' f'.: i rt e N''s't' -i1 t) h. r t m~
tT tii- xa, lit 1, :itriv -I:, that the I-, b UIItr11"


us. el! 'ma~r~tiil ..it i t, ot- ir'e'ta If i1' AsI Ii t'rt~s keep-4 the 3tIl
's' ii'*I 'urnit..\Ii''s!h'4!] to. ''i e'.ltliy. wards oMY disease amid tni
fr, atht Ii'sii- iu' i-r'.at it lNO Ia iii' treriltth and energy. For -ale'
fiut trii, tnra'tie Ili. Jo-mifl. lt',I B'i-f \',' III,- by lHannahi Bros.
-:Ill Ii'.ldivii a ii mT'el jlI 1i- i im i'1.-t- tit,---
1U1ticlte S! --.%- vm wet' l nPfliord to sell *titcI


PREACHER QUITS PULPIT.
I'hretw Wa.ter on (C'ongre<;tlioln .,oad
Ilisrriedlly Ie.ave T'owia.
M in proi-rs -at Knoxvill -. S 'windv ilitp]
tiltre WtaN is iist iti i al 41 ist it'rt*il.t, at
ltic -'l.o.' of Ilhit -tiii i u 's service.' iri t llU
Me. hlim(li-t htur-hih MNir. Mornll ,if C1ili-
'.t'r-ville, swhio had ilbcn '-. e.iductinlg thl
s,-rvwEl' tlhre for the flalt week., <1s d
hi- *a-rinon, l" wa.sthing Ih- hanidts I11 tIll
pulpit and throwing thi l water froiij
th.ln t over th 'oingret'grolhI. .ainyl ;at
thl saime rimtn that he wl.-lit.ld his handed
,of thlt piple, of that townl; that hat-\vou ul
have 11o llimore to <(lo with il III, tilta he
',,iulel Iinev-r prea-ith altnoi r ,.<-r:ieuo
th-re., that h- would go lon hi wv;tv in th
\',s il' aH1'I 1Mllow tilt-in t cI th1r-'.i ,ie
th.n ii pwkei d uip lis I l ;hIt nill ,.',i atiil
v.-.ilk'd ,'i -lahirl nin th.- 1l.., r. Thi-
wai-, lhrin tih,- midit of thl. -,rv'', .
Il 1- -S.1. th liT v;1 'V:-:,i. r. ,hr t.,.k
:.l-..t th :i; t< l,,ii ,tf ti.- inl:I- *-r'!'. .a nd
,ll;.i v\'rall thr,.ei .- wre n i 1 ;ti;;.:n'r
hlin It i- alem ) i 11 thlia h, hurririalv
1. ft ). It l .
RUSSIA PREPARES FOR WAR.
I.ainl ittii ed iel -'lor''ce .r' lil tt I *; Imid'
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ID.V. a" l'.l"' i::; .ct'd i*i from M I"uphis
thI wo f k.
rtii wee k.


high 'radle Clothing at such cl4oe'
price-? Our answer is pure and sim-
pi-; oluir-4 is a modern store, coin-
-tructed strictly on progre-S ivp
phl;ns. Our Clothing is told on the
-inalle4t .margin of profit, depending
o i :1 large volume of business. The
iimri Clothing we sell te greater
oir pilrtha-jing' power, th lower
our p;l i,--: th;ii' t!.e story in a nut
.ttell. W hite a.

TO FIGHT BUBONIC PLAGUE.


es're Iltary of Treacisiry Sendle l'rgent He-
Iqu"it to Co(ngre.s For $i -N),K,00.
WVAI(INIT4)N, April :l-Thhe se-T'tar
3f the tr-'a.sury has :-lint an urgin't. re
juest tto eonf'el Nto iniak.' .',tMN) ilm-
mediately available t, enabile th i marine
1i,-pital service to tight the. plagu," and
theirr diseases that lniy appl;ar at any
nieltunnt. In the annual '-sti.iti l)-
nuitted last l>.- for this purpo1-e., ,ut it i- alridl y s'.en
tbal this I i ountl will bI lieI si ffi. 'int HIial
thaut a largp fnnd oumht t-, 1w. r-aldv f.,r
the nlirgi'ncy wifhliut d, laiv
IDr. W yi liti 'i ys th t i l-l- 1-1i111i:14.
' "I n ha.s ra,*' .! .. n rf;>ril ;it Srn
1 ',i' and thlur ti,.. ir!v I-,- ruj, --
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fr n i ih, appor, u! i'. i r t n.it, ; i ,.*:::: .
;hiili V ,' ,',:i ,ipiir..d hl,* i th -
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CELEBRATED pr:u.- ..
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CONTROVERSY IS REOPENED iEAV I
hleY-auson Atfair le-wittate FIGHTING


by Mr. All~en.

rt'tary AlIl.,it I ma-,'AAI Iiii- att- ,rzev .y
c-:il LAo furnin-,h rh.. 'iiv- 4l-iril':l!t 1b ith



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NEAR BRANDFORT

Boer Force Attacks British.
Inflicting Severe Loss.

FORMER'S LOSS SLIGHT

British Were Lo-ling (.round 'heIen He-
iforterneiuto Arrlvedl- IlsmrT M.t.in-
taiu Their Poiltloui at \% ite-rwt rk,.
Roberts' Heport.
PiET-TutA. .A1 :il :3 --Th'"r ha- l-'b.t
heavy fig ht!i. ~1 .\..- n l I r-t.1!ilfrt I
IBl') -in, tn ,iiin Thb. \\.1Ak,.r-:r.,-"i a ,;Dl
Erl ,-wlc"mn ,xAi1.i ,til '- ,.i t ..- 0 lint
ish :l- *,lrdr v' tlh,. :, 1 k \\ ,'h !wav\
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tA w ,- iri i- i.iil-1 h--o!iiz1tm1...
.1 4'.1 :' 2 11 IVV'.. :1"-:1 .I \j~ tI-(mWlI) he-ld viltiteIll--'.11rl: T -141-i l-intops
1-iaa.- !.1.. sthl lf I-' A 111 4 ol t I II' II IIIfItla li. W1hIi' Ill, lh't111-411job-4
_I % mo-'In V: I''' U rs %wire ',it thei. imI-it.' lA,- -of !I


A: PIt~14!: *"A n ll'-I' 11mati 'ii s'L i~5weiv inon' tmanlt i'IcIi;ta Ol~e ir--mit. but.
-, 1111 10 lif-d .4, -;(III-' v U'1.ff iitro -ia 's'.i- the' filial ri-suit 4of 1. i ge jItiaisg 1-0 l'-
las rud ailt-, i. N' 'sl' ue i known-tihe.'-e. T' rite f-il''III i-- %%w4flhlt'
killed and wtrntidtlel.
KLEIMS LEG WAS BROKEN., Reptorts freimm Branid", ort. r, eui -,-,.'t Later.
.State that 2.4U.A) ft'l.-ral atacn1.ekec 3t-4 i'P
flor-w Critiii4iippld tleiiIhthi-. .Jke3 British so*'stutwftilly. toutt hat UJ.IJoi

Mi"'jpij'. Airil.~.-Yt'*#i~~ ILS fb tdora& were CouinllIIId I eint, r.art
c~~'~.rsu.~ial fr tinand batai. punishing tnh. PBntish s-4ve~rt'1v. Thot
st Mo'g aiii -4-~ .ii Tho L 'ydkls(awn-ft counts, w.L,4 slight.
*!.'atr andia m';gzu ana from c'arly iaforn


lior'.'. r- 'IslrgI t prirl'IEuruTa' 'n.1`4r

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htl',4r1 sI'W ll I-h:/.L).l.',l' i E 'm 4'i1'
,t's44 at.r ti hIllil vct il,' t_'i tt' '',,- N ~

liarlt-Iiss in.nki;ile' E au i l'iihei

bl--d iheiitr 'stall and altte'r i a .ait'fixlex-
alina1I~tioniiiDr'. lillenbtlhi 6h t,-'ifled that
she coul.11b'hi, iet! lout tor lal'awsliug p01'-

St.-epla-cha".t( *l'scl'ty All Mork. while '
-'.h~is'ling 'Thiomai-s Catrt-Ys's itill) r "he--
nil'r, 's'l'-; thirmi'n 1411andJic kt'cI up ini ani

ANNEXATIONISTS APPEAL.
Iai VI (' il Cairr' 'ITheilr Figh~t(to thme
Suaipreame 0 i ratt.

lasi' thant g se.nifm il)ho ll4.,. Thic willl
oarr''s'thu' lillit ('iIt, I011-' 'ujart'fili. t''urt


m14i tltl i'i t-,t Pelr's' tO m~.J:il''F"ll'i
int 4111' fli cii h' l'l'4t -ifiz ,it ft is-
-tl*1a f*,I-r1tilill 11113 the' la's'sve'r,; -4t
Oiat Ht-hi' urt 'sill taki, it upS inl tit.'iio-Xt
ft% thai v,.-Allbofthc' lawye-rs 'stitoerep-
ro,n'citc-cl this' (itv' lt-re, ttihli atpf~ir isefort
th-- supremfle c ui't andi arg.Zut' at length
Th'.y b1t'~ hti t ~t li-je. ii IIpI fjv
I- zk- Vul ,
rutln-4's4, TtidlgvFeltoii en h lt'clared aIt
errm r It is ltwo a i eni i'.'-4 yt lcd i~rs- h
taking i(Of e'tlsus will t'.4-'ni otet.'noeldif
Pa n c'nili' t'aririg titu 1w. had it will aiii's
pleuiJty csf tune ut 'sill haoh LtA)call thet'g-

"-Dolay- are ditigeroit;." Those
who )have poor, weak. ainimpire tblood~
-hoeuld take Hood's Sarsajparilla at
Mi1ce. it iie-ve'r diaIppoh it,..

EX-GOVERNOR R. L. TAYLOR.


II-IkFit'hcial I re'It e-mdit g 111tin I '.r Itic

Ro~mrt L T'Llee ')f IN beheum u'

iI- at t.m.fthll1'', f-er thlt' 's-e'
prt".olvls'Ilnni1 iai- e111114 $ol tilith,'tit-X''t

i'i.-uar y. will)i w, -uns-esfill's'ly ai1ila:(-4c.'. I I
cr14 or 1"' Ii'.ht iamixi wiiit. has i~'sifii.
di lT.'rt"tl't-e rit'limls oft Ii''s .riior 'I'ia sliar
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It I-; arwae-el that till-e l i -iI i litil 's's'.t
'ssill l.rg.'1 v Ine- tsia-Is-'ib' l il e iijoin fior I1)o'iu
- .I-oim v t- i''''-, T ,til I e'It- :m ha4 i. ;ez ti i I
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fl's' r Ito reo.
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"ye- roocimfipiile'ua r)]and what :w.- ktle'e
I-it L-I won'f.--. XV lien W- tell 'y'ou
'i.-T'e-t:- a j'larcLa-f %'4)U call
rt'i'lv1._n t..e aSurarice. WV,l1te-.


BRITISH MOVE WESTWARD.
hula-r. s Gii i'aurthow Drimciaai of Sum-
daiiy's l~att ic.
1,4)- 1,4,"'~.%. April :1 -- lut-er tiww if di.'
qlj..ietcr'Ft,,e t Ii'' llit isha urmy In rho,
net- ;I i Is. 'rh. .,oii-f sntIll- P.i s4-wd. .* nt
teIldt-Pl etll jer. eve' fimtte r-. ft-nt ai l in timih
Intlt~if ynslut.i'lt tis' l I t -h.i arm,tel

js. irti'ay III'' Irvt'.-mlr -ltluiiti.ii ..r tIb f-r.
te-Il tht- Ultimnate' i-m-uiv.f 1.4'ri I I Z,' 4n
litthit't eer't.t- ''st'iha'It- ofeat
Tb'- s'war sie, hIa.,u e.'tt-iIa Ii~liputli3
from 1, c'II,A m'edit-.e A?''' IHl4ijif- eineivin,
as fe s''!1)V., :
"Ilire-i.'huAs tN1011oll.-iethrubli' delay ill
gc'tti!ig ni irt- rturn- oif the csl.U1
tiesN, it., 1til',iition smit 1551 p.f. z12 inle'
berieo t p, tia-bt-I.'ramhti'c i-ahit' ihais tt-e'isini-
to-rrujt.'elave'riil tilllt'a4. ekaly weather
ha"4 Ift 'it~t-i te s*-i with igntalbutg and al i-
th.m- 'Il.hii--ro- -hasI* uben u4) eiigltge-iiit'nt
.it''c fbi' f -oe. ii ecstmoirinuallvytImtII ie,,-
'sytitil t- i .' c'rI''f1V.
,, -Qr' ui it i fl1411-ei i iritlcr a cr' iS
tire a 1,21h, Ill ards foir sti. ij3t'ht itr!'. Ill
osffic'er..; *rving the' KuflM L'iflit- 'us.ufl-"
tie., rvt'1fid mThe ":':?-
''ric -.1 iu~eShr Jtkie ii
N' 'rltuni'ls."rlnd natitntedinfantry ianot
Rshiertac' liiorv-%,s'e'e'.ro-d the r.-tirme-na t of'
the guns fri 'iii that lpii' '.t145f tos the erm eta,.
t ug 44 tilt' drift found isy the'cavalry .2
inil.'s further .simth andt 'stiths~t~looIthe
dtl-ti'riniitindarttack- cif Cte it 41.1liiv. Who
1ll i-1401114 41A..i". adttaiifee'i wit flit) lewi vareW..
-U butter 'v (if thce R oral Iloree art:!
ler's 'sta-4 suddely'i vsurrutiutled ftn rh.,
dri-ift and the ,flk*ffi;r- id itivu *Iwe're <

tije 1.. 1 ut Mftjtsr j..s es' illel 8t wigra
flaji ir sNii''e Teof'II #iii *'4iif ai!I II,-ft~in ~f
fusioii. l'i's t-g'im s wo-re .aijt ipr.-eIliartht'
A disimtr'h fr-'nt Ma'.eru. Iiamur-eLinl.I
% l(ii sa,.flit- Earl ,f It.iac'vn.
who, ii, acting ax war ieerrespconle'nt ftr
The Dutlv Mail in Sistth Afrita andl who
lt'ft thorv April I cut hits wait'oo habu-
.N'Chn., hzL4 pri~vekdl' fulle'ii Into tIbta
haiid1t of thle' Iise'..
The BRs.'rm arm'-.till iome'ujoitng thew*wa
tt..rwi'trks. which thefi~ritlilt helleo.i yo~i
te'rilav afternoon. flthe 'e- Kr.rt'jl vung.
Mtesiies f~ rtipt m Sprmi n ttgf ci un i.-goet.
that the' fact that Ipr~ iae*.ag' ai%
kt'.'nilv i'cflmsirtel tlihivat',.114 any- evaut-
naa'iorthwardt.
The (is'rian linvr K-ome'tg hA,. agin
ro-acheil Ioerenz-vo Marqiuez'. tht. ime'fr
'iaviing i-n 1)asrvi'.-)7 ImJeseixf-zig a Ie anel
ro.r tileTrInIn-V~Ial.


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booy tillli- hili-. lf with grree-i fruti,
whi-h invariably leadl- toe crimpp.
diarrbhel;i or dy-Ie-nit'ry. If pmr.-t
aire plili t-int. th-y will h atve a bat-
trl- of P'.A N-K iI.rt:.i, readlv for -urur-
i4er e-ier- i.2irt'.ae Av' i I -itp,'t.-
tute#s. th1t r-t it lit otin- PI.ti K iller.
h'eiry" I).iv t -'. ri.e 2.') ailmi .li.
Cro-eptt' y'mliiln A-i-it rie ;IU '.- 4
for yomrn ilel t.he --t hl-t tr. t. ,-
world for th. ,ir .. att \W 1,i: '" .
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awnings, w~ 't tor /tffr.
MAarston "' Finch.

DURHAM Cigars have
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Loeek before You Leap. (Gold Mine Sold.
Once upon a time there a a young YORKVILLE, S. C.. April 3.-Jeff W.
man who believed what the books said. T. Smith hae s the Mg
e h.ft the farm and ('nae to tle and J. T. Smith have sold the Magnolia
Ile left the farm and came to the
great city to make his fortune and to g ld uine situ:t+*, in th' western part
climb the ladder of fame. The Looks of the cowity, to the LnMise. (.ld Min-
said a great deal about the ladder of ing fame. so the young iman exe.r, imtd him- uibnder thi. lawi e4:f T.,'i"-c Tie', i-
sideration waL $1 .0oi. Thn -MaInili t
self on copyliook imoals a:nl ieitr Illch- mine is a w l,.l knT,wn prop.-rty. Ir
hard's almanac In or(er ito bIC able to has betfn worked iton twi-' lLi.st atr eli-
chin himself up a round at a i:im-. -iderabl.- pr.>lit, anid hai **vr 'in 1, had I
lie was especially strn; onlb run- a wpdwl reputtation. T.i uin!, r-tainiii.-
away horses, and one day, to his ',rati- is that the LoiIi. p l.,i.l'- will in1,i1 d4, -
fienUton. he saw a mnia i '>teeul |d plunging v"elpullt'nt-s t oi:''. Thl- pa-llth:-t- ill-
down the crowded street. lie could elude'-s .' U.-a r of land.
not see any fainting Iaidlen attached. ( atil (lCompn.alny (hartered.
but still he knew this was his oppor- April :-The an
tunity. Hlie sprang for the bridle. but TI:\rN, April 2.- Thi Itra.ean
hit the front wheel Instead and was Canal nlixtny was iaeorp. rat.'l h,.r-
projected with violence into the gut- today with an uthoerizedcapitalof $1e;'.-
ter. Six mouths later, when lie came (.*'."'. The co(mniiny is authoriz-d to,
out of the hospital, he was sent to the cntsru'ct, own and ,p.rat' a maritime.
Home For the Feebleminded for try- casual eltw-en the Atlantie and Pa.itic,
ing to stop a fire marshal in the per- t'e si, through the territory of Nizcara-
gKt. or aivy ot her territory in C t'itral or
forumnce of his duty. -outh Atlneria.
Moral--Get your opportunities label-
ed.-Dartmouth Literary Monthly. Iutrned to Death In .ail.
Ricri e.u ,. Ga., April 3.--John (;,ly,
Refrigerated Egan. a nugro who was nuder arrest fr at-
Eggs become unwholesome when tempted mu rd-r, set fir.- t theo jail.
kept in refrigerators. A fungus forms which wa-, dettroyeld. and G(il'v b arinu'E
in them which Is easily found by the to ldath. _
microscope, although It is not noticea- ('Crne.gle In Fe.'rnandina.
ble to the taste. The fungus consti- FERuNtNaA. Fla., April 3.-Andrew
tutes a danger when we consider how ariv i ntnr. i
many eggs are consumed by all classes .4 amiv, hr, qtnrdaq ad i
of selwety, and people of d.lieate

SMEN OF MARK. A CALL situations ought to be pa-ti..ularly care-
--- ful that they cat fresh and not kept
:-4.r'.-an. T, '* i. ..ih,,on wil' F'or Iien(a-ratic 1PritmarieN and Con- eggs.
0oon re iirn i, t. '.-.(!.,.n tJ, li.e. entlon. v
A i'eai'iif',; a .i sti v villa i;l soon R i --,lved, That a convention of thI: l' .r1-
Pr ueit fr .T. \ a :li ...r at Nar- .i at ow.ton t l o'clock nton h POLITICL ANNOUNCEENTS.
l aga.r.,'tl I'lr:. 4ttl day (of April. Ihel'. for th,' purple if ,-
I N::-n hi::- I :- Nr- ealtit cutwtl a tilt- ri-trttreLVt- 'For IRepresentative.
l i'ia **i, :"'* ;1ii, '-[ ,;',-: 1: 1, ;I:, ii nl ti to l minliate a candidate for (onigret-- I b,'reby announced' m yelif ,s cni'ii'dite-
In idl, .Tr *f th- e1 :t v t I : ; ; t cl-'4 anrid for Ithe purpose of s',lectingl twelvt iIl'. for Itepi".C-ei.tat ive of Eic*C nllb:t cotL tyv.
S1 T plri i8 to repre-ent E-scanhia couni ty ut Florlda. ill tilt' h'giqlattire. shu f-ct to tile
i.:...' l '. i '': ,.1 r"r. l.. et it, late Conventlon at such ti tinv andt democratic primaries.
E nglin' !. '.::- a'T. ., ."' t 't* i' as' may be f tix" by tit' ttat.. >nd1 Curtn- (. M i' n r ,< Je --.
*'roduT.l.. C.,l2'itei*. r \ i. :.'I- e;.::- '-,- 1 gr. i onial Democrattc 10miiinttee- II ti '.I purpeo-,of selecting a County Kxe'cu- For Ilepres-Itatuive.
a (rlS. X."tV ('(Committee to hold until tht.r .ucC'o I
W .ilir-. A0 .A ir t'l.. -, ii .:,hi naire -tun- .ialS l I,, slet'c d atn alt o rh a- n^t- ,, ls ,- ;ll
(' [ --!2. f; ::a N .. YV k. I,, ar. 'I i e h, precinctare' and sl Ial Ce tIled to) 1,r -.- pre u Ilt atl e of o'wbftflhb t t (hUla iy Ii
trikin : ,,:., N. Yk. l n:1 lfvan f lihe following repret' station at aid Coa td, l.- L' rl tu,... jt I1.
kin : .1 an touvention:
that h. i.. fre.,lu.:.".; n. l:.k. n f..r ihim. No. I. Nix's J. f-.lm Er \ *. K.
The* ne p,,er. Sir .1 .!'s k.,:' ik. lihas N ;t. t ivt-w' ,,
de<'uledil t 1nk thli till.' of L.,rA! .\e.bury No.4, Ferry Pa.ss i I hoerthy announce myself aR a a:)dillato,
from a p;-' wil., is I th, i it I uidicl .. 'owfelton : pectfully ask the support of inv frit-nid
wNo. Pine Barren aitd v,,ters of the- county. If e!ileteld I will
Bpion it:t', 21.t No. -. Cra trIltre discharge b th duties of said ottl'c e'lics utly,
Thi.. It. I1 '.I'. t, f ,w lnorl mavor of No". t. llaff SprinL-- fairly and impartially.
S".i .N.. l .... T. i it N i.itl l.. Warda & Holuitiil'- I W H. II i TcI II -'N.
T utih *" .-:i .:;v , :. -t i ,%i- ,,. I!, w ,'allu t i 1111
ties i .'! ti.-t %,';fl.:ir \,tii it. ntias--,. Na,. 12. I'tvinlticollR 4-. For Sheriff.
h bh lvim has.l fior Jl li ii a.. un2)tenta- "-o. 1.1. P'b-aci !a : I herebhy announce m'selfas a catid date
No. 14, Pensacola f.... ; r re-election to the ofllrie of %*tiriT of .-N-
iiu, t1 "L1I0tI .No. I Fe. l-iiMtcoula canibla (i tlunty, Florida. and sotlc'llt th iet'suf-
1Ex S-ecrtary Jiohn Shi "-nn n aid the No. i';. PIintvillt 1 fiages and Intvrest of all my friend..
other da:t that hi. v as ;i l .. t,.r health N 1'7. 1 e it 1 -re ; -M rn.
No. 1 Mcleav Id i
tb:s; I.' lhad t,'.e-i fr \e.al ',':r< past. No. I u. Molino I For sheriff.
I Ii:l, I n:. ,'tl e n litTit of tiht Dnext No .a. F-loniatoii I L:er.'o v announce myself a candidate for
"en-ur .- he :Lde !o -.::i,-.. r fthepuroe o t' ,.t' fl fot Esfcambia countyatt theen-uing
.tie severall precincts atC(,\. ,.t fir!h I t a ,'d .ctlon. J. C. VANV'Ea.T.
T'l.' d'Iath ,f 1,. bi: ,l \ u. 'T! 2':l,, in of ior th i purpose. of !ticninating: t two ctau i- -
ljoidana h..;. I.-ft \ S t.til. r .IT:iit.s W. date-s for tti, Hou eof Kt pre-entativ. -, for For Clerk of the Circuit Co 11t.
'- r.r-, tlie purpor of tIOtinut:it!b!i12 a Cittkdiilate for
14ra a Donl; thoc' 'rviving i; l-:!.l,.,tt- ,f the c'n- t'ourt.,a candidate for Tax CV',lti.-r.a ca ii- for re-electiontasclerk of the circuit court
geas of antte-ell.'u lan- Mr. lBralburyv f(lralt tor Tt.x As.e,,or. a '-dd.it, Itr of Eembia county at the ensuing election
S,- ,,. 'ifrea-uro-r, a cau:didato for Ccuntv .1 udgi'. a and ask the support of the voters.
U yv y>".^ '*'. C.it-didatl, for buLerintendent cf kuo!ic JIi A. M.MCMIL AN.
P> ,G',i,' rt".'c y. Jr.. the- s, i nf A.Iniiral tt. uetic'n. a candidate forCounty Suiv,-yor. F4 Cr i
IDe.wi.. al. blee,,n:a :i r.-i liht ,if Chicago a car didat.- fe.r Clerk of Criminal Court,. l ircuit le.
candidate for Justice of Pace atd a Cotn- I announce myv candidacy for 'lerk of tit-
-alad ha beni pb.or'n l iln charge,; of the ; table f.)r second LC irict. a cacijatte for C'ircuit tourt of Escaibia county. t-nulject-t
W-eiern tirna.ch if thi New Y,,i l firm for .lu-ticfe ft Peace for Fifih I)l.stict. can- to tbOh action of the ensiinig lDemnocratic
whit i a! *** X i'rlor a trar- odal tr tlree mnmbern of county tahool prlnarie. R. E. l.. IIAI u. II.
',,,' i boara. 1i primary election oif the lDemuo- .
Ml.-cs....: cratic l Autrs of E-cambia count y lihall tie "For (ircut Cl-rk.
V '";: 1i. .1 \L hi '. il tli. **Ti 'e or hailhl, n t twu n"i tie litours Cof .;n a. tI. aid To tihe other of Etscamliia 4 ottnty:
s I:I," -.. 1: ,. tip. 1 on Tut-dav. tiltti. lith day it April. 1 thereby announce tmy-ief a candidate fou
Arx S '.c:,,ai t- ,J'-It.iii i] t ;ilt. l.1 1-. the I: |.aU ffr t Il- purpo e e of c.t,d(!UctmI -a.d th. oftilc.e of clerk of tlh circuit ',urt of
Li-t,,ry f ttbi" Sp;:., ah irt. ii.u li ,i.-.i ,,n 'I l fi- low min inpecto' and evierk' lE'.-canbi a county and it ll be plt .h t- l t(
tbe g ::,:,: I it I' k.' ; Ir. a s:i'.sle t 1" 't tloL u fi **rteby -e'lcted ;and all- Iav thile support of liy friends mid thet
1,11'rr i e ,u 'h,' P ,'t'' t.t.. I' f int'lde ...t d: Voter g .nert allv. .iI Iuu 1,V I.- rHi .
.rr:i O e.. i. r j're.at No. i-('ha-. AaI.--, N.*: (r "- ---- ..
'or anry ;, ,. snv.- It.: f !.>..-. \\ D. l, :ispect.r; A\Cht;e bt.toni For Tax Colle ctor.
Sr '. .Ta.iii.m St. :. :-- -I :" thr' fi ,l. r 1 liprhy announce mytvslf nas a candil'att
S n tf t ': i : e 1 l 1 .;, il 't N -A hi t r\ v I.o10 i .';a I', for re-ele.tion as Tax lCo'le tor of -'..',tn-
i, I- :: I on ,,f It ', : s ', 2-- :tal : .I4lI. i. rL'i,.y. :.,,..l i-: 1 M. .'.urll it. tli, county. and akil tho support t0f my
4,a ,,, f Ju.i)h:it2 : Ii o .1 1 :.; : ra ila '! k. friends. anid voters generaillv.
A,: .... ; ". : ., 11 I,, t i t 'in t N o, :-Fratk S:::n \ !- A.H W'A i.Fv NTI: rr.
SI 2'''. I I l]ii i ,.J)ri;ai) :. ..'.-iu- toi-. I'. 1 lB la-. -
: :: !!i, !',-or Tax (-CoI4l, o.r.
a i 1 V ..* ,r, '. .:. ,;-t N4 -W TI ,i'. a--. W I Na- l' t mt rv friend of tl.l s F rI I ,::1'2
t r r ;1,- '. .it. z,., .. ;.. H "- >C".. .\ 1 :P h av ill : '.1 ta l'l d t l -. ; t hr ,-
', in.. -.. Il- ,'clerk ." :i+(2t ,i'.h titi a. a aitdidtd4,-,-'olC 'x i u': tJ.tri
: M i. .i '. '- I ii t NII \ ,. ,1 1k Pu l:k\lvub' tt m ;at' .c..e .uo l'unty at Ii

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S.: ... : f th I ct N -B. A. 1.i., V. i' k' ,t i th' :n 'io Cf "i' ,io' ,'
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tt-k til't- support of in frie'seei

F or (JnzouillYTreaswa, or.
I h*er*+y annoui~fc4' iv!-.'If v- a (? 1 I Oo
fr,.'r p-tisabnft ioii a, trta'.ibr#-r o

cmitib 10iu rIfi1I;.c rft too a a. Ilit tl I 1 2!11

(;I'a f t!l' utIC,-. j.%v. F Ik:.-, I !
Fkw .1utgtiee of' the l'em~e.
I h- r, lo,, a~iw ''i-pn ,in,' .v cical .t1ic bf, i
fo 110 t ies r Ctobl ~i e,'triort. toot I.'' tie(i' i-
twis of Ili,- n4-inihaitng pi in im -

F-or .1 im? SI of Ithe 1IN aue,
At Th4- uggos-tion of n u tprie.U fia aljj
..: h' N.lin oullf's' 1 C41'1W a ~ :11v r.1' -1. .

f t !,, P two- -f -.-(!(md f Io-I rtit 1) -
of th. ~i~~C it.14nil,2 titlt. Uti to t
itt.1..% it F It..L o,


t tr ftor ti.- aiX o -naianb(e:pa'-it~in.
.1 AV NIT

I I 1.iAX I 1.112 :2r."..* IltV-.I Vita -.4 a I a
1b:b1 M O X'Cwin ya;IAk h 11 )lI fI.
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V.)tiI.j I ~r of I. Ni:(.o
li !1$' ..et :w-..''f1% r-'! 4vnd dI tie r-tv RI-,
.te 1,22 to oX 'sI- 'e (' f rit -4 i 'l l.'t V p .f II N-fl
L hi Ciflb' Pu W bli%* fl inuii ry

I-or 3int-mh..r Nowhool Ioarut.

frnnnlt vwrof tibe y coolbrd of meirc.mhE-
I tiblti- ty. 'utlj. stCt to toe atio ofthe iom)I
Li.t(;eni, ovr iMI k, rin lt rh.HIB r.
The. riend of A. 4J. 11. KW'UARIJ f .1

terof the Fto mbaurgent request of frieds
for ii. lionh-rn Cthe trict. 'iboar of.-t t mo -ac
c ort nefi ..' e.-lo~cro eat ct11 aionofth ..tr
For i'Me Taool Ag rwootp Mtr.
Thp frnipidae'-of %fxVa l.14m IA'. tieliaRI


'portt'il hei I lie or,.r rest and rectipUra.
tion.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
NIw YoH.K April 3. orPK c.CLOq:


January ............... 7 s9 ... 7 ,14
I'ebruary.. ... ..... .. 7 93 .... 7 95
M arca.......... ...... .... 7.
A pril...... .. .... .... .14
M ayu ...... .... ......... 4 .... 9 1:
June ................ 4 .... t Il
August................. b '.4 .... 8.99
beptember....... .. 1 .... 8.3t
OW tober ...... ........ -*. .... N $17
November ............. t .... 7. 9
Dece nber ... 7 .... 7.93
Spot cotton cloed 'dtae'ly. mliddling up-
lauds 9 t-i; middling gulf9 13 1'i.
NAVAL a'OtCE4.
WIL.MINGor..*. N. C.. April 3.-Spirits
turpentine firim nt .,a'.J514; receipts "'s
casks. Itosii steady anld unchanged; re
ceipts -J7. Crude turpentine steady and
tun'lianged: receipts :' Tar firm at 11.20;
receipt, '2",i.
AWVAKNAU. Anril 3.-Spiriti turpen-
tie firm at 6t',. receipts, M4 sales o.: 1
exports 12. Rosin iu< hanged. pales nom-
inal: other gades quiet; receipts 1.7,3;
sales none; exports 3,).S.

Stanying nt Home.
A l:Ily resiling in North Columbus
meet nl a girl the (other day who had
lately lbein in iher se'r\ ice ini uired:
"Well, .Mary, where do you live
now?"
"Please, timan' m. I don't live no-
where," rejoined tle girl. "l'in mar-
ried."- Inditpol0is Jpum rnal.

The .\tmerican Biile society cireu-
lates tl e Scriiptures In 9d tongues, ble-
sides our own speech: 2S European, 1.."
Asiatic. 8 Oceanic. 9 African. 9 Ameri-
can Indian and 3 South American lan
guages nnd dialects.


Five Thousand Rolls
,f Wall lPI;, r in stock all of thela-
t,-at ptIttfr ij,;, and nlore oininr.
liicp- ffr, ,,- t' ,$1.75 1 p#-.r Krll, J. E .
Ro. & (',,.. No. I I N. l'altafx,
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t t rl.if. d :, ity ",-k v,,, J ,! ,? t
ft',o tith !i .

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

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FAVORIIT


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Chas.H. Turner.


:*-ARCHITECT*-


--Gener AND- tor


General Contractor


li tildinIg. R .' tiii ::. Ma ntel and t(rate- S,.ttlrn PlIui t, n :. '* .
;Itid ( ,a- Fittitl..

A Complete Plumbing Department under :hi-

Management of E. B. Morey.
O F x\ri-ti, ). -i E-, FIstiniatea. Platn and Sp,)cifi,. : -
ing of A i Kind-, i'repar(t on Short Notice.
J r A L:ire- aanl Carefully Select, l Sto k ,of I"l-'ii- .i. 1 '- .
Tiling of All Kind-, lIath Tubs, Clo#-,." at Hd 1ou,,.; i .\,;',.l :., -
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34r,


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Citizens National Bank

OP PENSACOLA.


Lf. HILTON GREEN.
PRESI DENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFFIR.
C'ASH III


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
o)f E. E. annder- & Co'.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. lHILTON GREEN.


RIX M. ROiIN-l

MIORRIS L;:.\i


A General Banking Business Transalet/


Vessels' Accouits Handled on Favorable Tern-. E-.
(hanxi Jlought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.






The Star Lauundr,

M M I S ?(?[ ']


Our Address
1- tlway- a-ke l !.,r ,, :
I,*-- bo'tity of t;he. I.: .
litre is (diplayd ,,1
SHlIRT FhI'ONT. e e ,
AN 1) I'ii -
It i- '', r I,--t re' in :, '
;tr," :lway- ri!i l i !,'.- i: i ,
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ALL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN
gi0IOODr, CALLED) FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.W.
WAT L.KR INGRARAM. Manager


ESTA Rtsie m~.u 1863.


Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


GROCERIES
--I' AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store
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HE$TZ & CO.,


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0-- DSALZM IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
608 AND 605 8. PAIAOX STREET.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S0 W '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL& BON'S ptI '-
Castas, lerdagl, Palits. Ills, latical Istrdim ts,. malrt, Aglers, gir
COMPASBES. )LOOM Tm.
C. McKenzie Oertin (,,ollectin'. A.,'ent for liar Pilot-' H.
ciation.


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for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Ilouglht ha* born., thI' :,
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has wb la niade .- u'l
personal supervision for over ;O) years. A.llw .Io ,
to deceive you in this. Counterfeit,4, Iinitalimie .
*'Just-as.-goodu" are but Experinients, and e'iidan;.-r t
health of Childreu-Experience against rxiperin'ent.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900


Young Olds

Hiowi iyti fr yu I
~iistpiMthCdediuIeL
*v ThCtksA nd become+
*paler aind paler andcaI
hardyy drag through the day. '
*They' are onthe steady down-'
,.,..rd course- Ion does them
*no good; *chnineand bit-i
* ers all fail.=Theneed a food
h -it %-illnourish fhemnbetter,
_)d medicine that wincar. \
t o their disease.


,Scoff's Emulsion s
* t-th ot tthese, k-a.:'ly and per-

~!ma~cs ttv bkxd rich e, nd
h.5 Itt-Cs Leticr color to the face-.
he hv--,-ph.sphtcs of limne a-,
"a tt a.; a str~l ong t toni .0 thz 'p
-N'e. Sm the wcis~ht iflrta-x.. o
rd~gctr~'fl rpru..c-sand hea",

-0 0 41pV


CLEANING S.


.I II !i tg Ilit-' leg-

:s.a ti' me. triewk by linght-
m~ *~. 'iee I'.age r'muaimi-
1--iLS'ti:t1U.4'. tuthut MtO4t'e
a.,tmttnhee'V406mu be'll antd
e, IT lot- the'd* % [I Tiden away.
I4 ;abi4rt. Jr.. of 4)Orno, Me..
I*staw aCia iLouctrow v.,that corn-
'i5f t :i1mm mcit. ,lamsiuiniet) tsbethe
-. rt'.'' .f &11l3 mine.1 ever cut
t'.'tm nicerl inn the New Eag-

it'2 i'f j .~'''tek'grapti
-:r'inI e IcecrtinPolln in tile
in :. eit 11 i. 41% 4 l 1 -1104- like -1
I L h'- p'' twit 'vs-sn t I,-
It.' [II 5 ...ere' ii li xt ure -tf'

are ti. 'I Li''.' a arnali"e iii
c I i...t.1 .'i'' 4are-i'et arnd
:c~dti-.:.~1that the mtni-'n
4 it rcW ra1;s .s 1 1.1p I'stinnrce that'
a '21ni'Y.i call1


CZAR AND SHAH.


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S I**d 1 I4 .I. alIrd.
:1 % II e 11 known dc':al-
s. I,:.4i ,- mmit' Transv. aal.
.i .uiliarity that it
t .. : ;.t: wo ': n. lbut
S. 1t they'll. Illte'lllr g
t* ::C !.e ll:.' uinc al- ut
S".,. t,, I,<:,l tl.,'nI on to
it :.i. ,.f rt,'l,,s or k jeqJ .
n- tIll i 'ell that undeltr a
s a i-tile' of teone'y. c'tii-
t in Lt l lin.; ti'-'. ant ro..'k
:.- ;a- mn hu h '-tic't'd Ity
t tii.:iiit. rt:ngs. i the clever
j t; i. Is o indlure a friendly
t rt.,I i a hlindis to push
.. sc. t.o ti:lt It t.iy get to

I ..!. In its tlobje'(t and, the
.* ldl, attra:etlId ,%y the
i ri I. tLo ind fro t '.t 'e 'll
St le' rt.e'l>-. lilies- the hlioc'y.
.iri ,'s. it. It'lati'it'.e tele I )

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SD'Al mberte sell


Iteclvermlip Made Permanent.
NEW YORK. April 3.-An order was
filed in the court of chancery at Jersey
City t4wday making permanent the ap-
poiiitmn-tit of General Samuel Thomas of
New York. Allbert C. Liring Minneap dis
aiil Charl'.- E. Kirnihall (of Summit, N.
J.. a-i re'e*i'.r. iof thu Uuit,'d Statres
1' ,urizlg Mill ton)mltiy, otherwi. e-
knownue a-" the' fl',ur tru.t. The appoint-
Ine'it of a te-m n.irary re-c'.ive.'rhip wa.s
wa-trna.le' Feb. -'A4. It wa- obje,'ct'el teo
Inv Thomas W. S.eke'klfrdl of Superior.
\'is., wh, ,own,-d .l. o .Kl0 of tihe comn-
paV'- lbondls.
Death of Mrs. Kaiffmlian.
WAl.ltt[ i'rak 'r Kaa~i'nium. t he. wif.- of S. H.
Kaufi'manz, pr.-. ''.nt of thi, Evening
tit'ar lPubh-h:nu<',,!oimpany, at her rtdlc'i," 'n titm, rity. Mir.. Kanuff-
man hadt Ien ill' for mnicr,- hani a yv;ar
with htiart trouetl,.. S't' lv-av's a lhu--
hlaunt and th-'* ,' child'lren.


.Ti.. l !' 1n q .;f T -I, 'i'.lld Iha
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e e l igh of re. i ,. after









an hour sC intcin, lx:ry, 1l8slIe't-.
e. t mad t .he r ip earance. ., begged
of r to 1 ut him next" to the ok .
an ,' .- '. 1 ... r.b rm .lla >liht
;i n ,,il ,, '". th a t.." t' .sin hl e 't t o i ry


en to turn ty eliw ;! family .at. wliiL
rubble its-: lf' a ,talust t, e y'u, g ,an's
elyoht they had trous tr.ake turns.

an hour spent In i ,iaery. .i! isweet-
eart ni,. d. '1'F ppeil;arain"e'. U be(gedl
of hlr lIt "put hi.m ncit" to the Joke,
and lctweu-'n hjer burtt ft laughter she

ing to ciurt thl< whole family miapa
tbouyht they ha-d trst take turns..
It is unnecessary t nsay thiit he faolld
to sec the Joke and has c asked hills t-
teotions.-lt'ading E'azge.


ules f to- lent.
All t!;- faithful who havp con-
pl-tet-d tih-ir twenty-fir-t yvemr a)in)
who have not btglinl their-ixtieith
y- ar. td wio are noet exeitptud lr, I i
t!.e 4,-ib atig n of f:i.;tiin by -icki>''--.
!:.tal work er o4thir w-1! known Ir' ;1-
-,. -.. ;r' i oli g-d to ftst ion t i!l t!i t
il t\- "f L.'lint. C'- Pet ,Suiidl. iv-.
S*;i tl;,t-o day- !1ut onit full inme:i i-
la -d.1 w!.icl' -!ouiild not be' t:;k.n
b. fore ntoili.
('-tqin al'iow- a: cup of ". tfT-'. toea
IlI t''il c( ,r'o|iit ite nd na l *II .11 t trea.td )r a it r;ira ke r. te 1 t' k'-" it i1
hti .i. m'iim mi ; nlld ill the ,.vtiiiin,. 1
<.';,!;t;i'" ui t ,'x 'ev diing tlh otirtlhi
part ,)f ill otrdiliary im'eial, i :;il, 'w'.l.
A t tii e- c Itll it i .ii. i euttc.r. '!, t .
:;i tt at(I' .Ia'll kindl- f i tr it.
tl- e .!l r ',' e )1 1tlf- LIr-- ;tllowt, .
\I :i t!.-1 ] l ";'.1 Il n, l;d c'. iiiiot
w i '.o i:t t_- ':v e .CIlliv# ll I- i'f 1 l,.
! 'k, !, :.t t! ,,, I i- p ,r -ll' ,o'l l- t,
t'k- :." ',(ilt -inl inll tie, orlni ;
;:All i th (diliti| r ill t V! d Ii .;.
A b i>*-'-.c, T IinI 'th, 'ii< of tl-h l
-I I tI l.d n :i ll t :l \\''(ti---i;iy-
' I .l ayv- of I..nit ;and on hth *, i'-
utrd:oa of Ei l 'r \\Week and om t I.o%
Th; u-. i; f l.&:J i- :tll.w '. in c,. .


Hi.
S1-!, anifd thi-h are not allowed at
t!- title ll'aI-ilve' nV. on Suindayvs
ELzb.". chiteee, milk and butter maIy
t;h us. d every day. but abstine ince
frotii all of these is, recom]nended onl
G;io,, Friday.
Pt-r-,on. -xemnpted from tlie obli-
ttatiotn of fasting are not hound bv.
the re-triction of using meat hiut
.11ie' a day on the days in which lth
t-1 .' :ineat i- petrnitted by di-pen-

t':itdrittn over seven y-ears of si ',e
'it.' hound by the law of abstin-en'ce.
utanl--- .-x'used by -.ickne-s ,or other
causes.
I'ti paschal time. in which ill
(C"t!:ollcs who Have come to thi,
.-.ar-. of discretion are bound to re-
c-Aive holy communion worthily. x-
t-nds, fromiu the flr;t Sunday of I.et
:ill Trintity Sunday. inclusive. C.hil-
iritn ,over -even years of age aiI I
bound by the precept of annual cont-
f--.-ion. Pastors tand parent, shoe.I 4
-ov that the children comply wi:i.
this duty.
T't; i :oly s~'ea-on of Lent i a tii:-.
.f praeir, of s-orow for sitn. of se'tlu-
-ion from tt'e world and it- a; l;i-.-
1;\ ;a -;>*ci.sl in-tuit irl'ilit d t-o I
e,:-, ;,,c,- ,if th .' I ;ilt i St. ;tae2' fcc;' ". "
, C).- d1 itll!'.C- tiin .M :tr.'hi I.. I"-
k"k 111 p .'e'l.'. wileho c:iIIte: t, I-Iik
-,)-f-rve th'** com' m l I .a ltw o'f tI .'
,*'n.ir'.. i,.' ,"lii' 'l i-'d fr' i thti ", -
itt, ,: i b.f ; tib.;in"tncp on ai til dla ,'f
't e p; F drid:.y-. A-h!
t\\' ay Holy W\e-''k anil 'hri-t-

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Epitaphe Ia a TYrolean Cherebyard.
Twenty Years Proof. A German traveler has discovered
some quaint epitaphs In a Tyrolean
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow- cemetery.
elsin naturalmotionand cleanse On a tombstone In the valley of Tux
was this inscription. "In pious remem-
the system of all impurities An brance of the ounest widow Auna
absolute cure for sick headache, Kriedl. 40 years long." A miller is
absolute cure for sick headache, ihn 58',.L *LC., "I nI t. .tiS n.ia


dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
stipation and kindred diseases.

"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know how I coniC
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.

Tutt's Liver Pills


MATRON AND MAID.
:'.,y l.tenla anrd T.L:nly I),rotle.a Hope
ml k ;l a lia tii f t:i.I mIll lna:.fuUt of
tLh ir S.tiald pot.y farm.Ii.
I..ai y II.tinry Si r--,t ',,i recently
th:i' 'h1 1 :. :;, d I.r li:t'l im pilul-- toward
h .i.I.II r,,; 1,' \\ k f:'i >!;> r, ':iii:t'. Juha
It' t M ui's N .,!*- : ;; in :, :.! gi:lhoodl.
La.,!y Iob iit- :,il l..'y W\ati'age' ale '
tV ..- ly rI' 1 1Z :-h i,-... '... -t. \ .ia, hav.,
t. ;.- 4 n lo t ,l .1 ,l r l,-, .I;:l thIi l n :,K l
l ':' ., fur -1 it i i lii th, I* '. f bat
t t t th
-. in tIl v L. V .1.. i':f. v, if. t
., t 1 4 1 1. ; 1 ; 1 : ; I 1 t- llt l;4
'%' Ili, ;i ..to 0.11 04t : e 0t i .. .\. n li ceti l ie
t il,, : *, t .' it ,a:a % f,, t-, dinz herl
Sli.. '.,. ; i" N e lt.
t .--' 11 ,';n.-!ihlit, l ,f th,, ,[, :r.. ., r M | .
SI 'l ':,." 1 ..I '.t : \ --il y t .1 1 *'' '. i.s tll-
t.i !.. I .. t i <.. i :! .,' .: to th e
(,i ,l h( '411' i. .i. I .', ; i ',T. :.l ; i .relanmd.
It h'I.- j:-i ;. :l il t lie that their
l ;iit a which ig L"e ,i th' :iiversity iof
I':; is fti tii ;il ,f l,,,,ir *t;,,.Lnts, wras
the ,zift of t..c hats Ilrone-.s, voi Hirs.-h.
.Miss llatti' ulali baItt'n ,f New Mil-
fcrel. "snn.. hli., ;a I ov'l [tilan for reform-
ing iatlht:s. Thi- Itha.iein- is to have the
w. 5t tit..US frt'ctl'llst th.e vltlyi. Uot tO
drink, but to form a social surruuMnding of
a high tdrtd'r.
M)!lies elith ,l1stic,. one of the sisters
of <'<'il llhhde'<. has. better und larger
dii:ucm>D'. it is 'ai,. lati monist cf the roy-
alty.. l,.',e' Aere g-iv.n to her by her
br.th, : iind taken from the. fuamus Wes-
:.eltoo rI11:.t' aut KiimIl cr-ly.
Tlhe w'iA .el \ v'd I iic!:,", of WVe.st nin.terr
pIurp,-ses to f, ll.wv thl turf umini r thet
lalli ,f "Mr. N- *r a"nr." 14i. will have
li':n Vy **:-.* I.;lr t" hi "- f:,'m lihr hliis aunXl'
stt i %, vA ill r;i-e iithletr hli- c-.,lorp. T'he
la-t ri i;L:- \% ,,! 4:i of c ,) hi'!, a degree
ai- t!"- c l.,, ^''r I elt'i'>-,s o, f N .mintroe,'.
1I-'.. 4 ': i r. 'harpi!ima:n < 'att ha;s an-
luimm. .'l th:t it i h t.r firni ci, virtioni
th:lt Ieff Ire' ;11. ,ll IId I f the, t$V l'etit.th C>'11-
tn.I y the' ('nited"l S;it i-' ll eil .,lify the'
,,r l, 4 ty ,l I.::!y i t M;a I.leiiiia Ti0'14 died on
M:N11t !I Sho v, ;a a l:uiight.tr of the,
I > k,.,! Ii, ihn.o.. l anl a- Ii ,rn in l S 0;.
' I.!n, ".! i l t l. ,; II4 Is ball ;at l 'nus-
tl',' ms. !, t 'ft', the l'A;ll I 0f \4 ater-
S I l i l th I l f \ Illit;-
t ..'- -, \\ i he ta rt l f .r the
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e.' t Ir t. .' :t It' ,| !; ti ,I.t1 \ Ce< tt'';, l' t l c']
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S 1;imlclS i) the .ii it war'. V h le eir-
"St '.lt m "of <. : i nl itr l ii t tis'


ofi-rc -i Ip' l iler'l-c' tinhe lit'i'iit'st 11: )

rest's troops liiarns-.ing Sli'rin:In to th 1o
so U ustL uillp hiorses ;it tlhe itfe of 11
per mann In a twv.lvinonth ."-- 'nlinu-
apolis Ne EMPIA.YMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman,.
llutiness Atrent of the Carpenter's
anid Joirers' IUnion. will furnish you
with the de-ired help on short ns-
*i(e. n25tf
FOlt S.ALE.
At a hartrnin. 7T; arre's 30 un ir
f/tnce amd cultivation, thi balanne,'
woedll;lnd i. of a mile north of C('* r-
dtova Park, with 4-room lhoutu, barn
(nd two ,table,. Price <><) l' turthr itinforiation. apply to W. R.
It 0ii lrI.i oni phltc., or J. E. Il tibhu i.i-
-,n & Rm.. city. 13hulti

Three Large Stores
Feill of FI'INITI IE. Thi fir,.-t
i e, -Iow ii in '. M i'-,,lt. Pr'tty. nentiy-
t ni-l, I 1^ ) ,,ak I',d ol l ? ;it-~ ;it
,ill 'ri.-f 21 it:i.I ;,it l ( 'chhi-'' S' It
i'; -v l .'- hi. e: i 1< l i tl'. ('1.,':is ail!Ht


* mgL. lsck :mt


EUsl .llre i.em )lere I, ni rI Is._ tlALI Ian m 'n-
ory of --. who departed this l.fe with-
out human assistance."
A farmer whose initials only are
given and appears to have been the
author of his own epitaph has this
memorial: "Here rests in Gol .F. K.
lie lived 26 years as man and 37 years
as husband."
On the tomb of a man who fell from
a roof and was killed are these words.
"Here fell Jacob Hosenknopf from the
roof into eternity."
This wail of a desolate husband caps
the clin:ax, "'Tears caanot bring thee
back to life. therefore I weep."

A Good LExcase.
"You wish to be relieved from jury
duty. but you haven't given a good rea-
son." said the judge.
"It's public spirit," said the unwill-
Ing juryman. "on the score of economy.
I have dyspepsia, your honer, aud I
never agree with anybody. If I go on
this jury. there'll be a disagreement.
and the court will have to go to the ex-
pense of a new trial."
"Excused," said the judge.-Tit-Hits.

IHe Know. Her.
She 1ns a Washi.ngton woman well,
acquainted in diplomatic circles. Talk-
ing about Washing-ton people one day.
some one asked her:
"Do you know Senatur llank?"
"Do I know Senator Illank' she re-
peated. "Yes. I do know him. and lie
knows nie. lie will never forget me.
I've trumped his ae'> when we were
partners at whist."-New York Times.

BSean the TIh Kind Yu Kan Ahvia sBoigM
Sifuan ai .^//701
a mi~o -nr{f^ts


ty days.
For sale by all dru6'ists;
alwo T. Green v Co. 37
S. Pala/fox Street.
OR ADDRESS

V. W. WILKINSON,

Grornville. Ala.
Ti'.-titno .ial Prom Judge Gahtitn
I HKKNV1I.I., AI A AU Ill. l,',Ml.
I tFik'. ,rr',tl pleasure in certiivzng to the
uin rity nl thKb merit of Wilkinon'sta' Match-
l.-,s \lInirel Water. Th,4 uatuial mineral
tonm'-, tio myi porponal knowledge. is taken
freim a well three mil esvast of (iroeenville.
isL t he* extnet condition Ini % which it is sold. I
have -e.in this water uned. with wonderful


Nasal ty

CATARRHH
In aSl Its stagesttee~~~~t
5'))t14 be c~e=:,e2s
Ely's Cream Balin

17, 1.c'In'..e ~,~
LA. a c ...d. I L .
(rceaxnB alm :4 :'arw. n*1 tv'e th z tri:r. aprc.i.'i

Invit jrodI"'V% ut/ ..LVa-e S: 1 :'"01 I
1:;.Y lli',JTIUERS. ,.i '.%rren S"'ect. N>rk.


.I:tc-8ni [I '. -)LWish.IOUOt
N!ci I Inne- 'I'- 11t,..'l !:!yoeo

tlt s- 1t4 'e :.is I.ev di,!:,'" qultt,-

NI' 1it'. Ni 1 lC''', Vit.but





Me'au-mi~c)Lr't ki-Aek tion.
There' will be a regular tuectirg c-f
th:'3 Ie.l:t..a Medival I.oCif-ty at
t!,( ne'o:in7.1--f H o:Ot!th offlrc at '.
i'cl -wk ipnti.TuA3clay. April iat) ad 24.
\iS,!:rnz physictand are cordialli.%
iu~vi:-Ad t'i attend.
D. W. MCMILLA.N. NI. D.,
Preziieut


E. F. I:tCIE. MN. D..
4 cretary. Winit

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

W cEMKJL'Y CJCHE;DULJi
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TElMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.


Train leave Penacol tfor the Llttit
i Bayou. Palmetto Beach, Wanrrlgton, Navy
Yard and Fort B rrrnoac-aa:
I 0-a. m. arrive at Fort Harramea 7:10;a.m
I T OP a. m. arrive at Fort Ilrraaa 10.4bia.m
In gestion :00p.m.arrltveat FortB l :rrasn I:p
8i :80 p.r m. arrive at Por clarranoas 4:16 pm
6:16p.m. rrive&t Fort Barranes T:10p m
h0 1eol ,*8:00p.in. rriveat Fort BiHraanea 68:4p.m
'e cChalenge te world Trains leave Fort Bwernoa for Penes-
cola at
to produce a remedy equal : a. m. rrive at Pe(meola.. -.:15 a.
S pro e a remedy equ :p.m.arrive at P nsamcola........11 :456p.m
2: p. m. arriveat Peneacola......... ::46 p.m
to the Mfatchless Mineral 5:() pm arrive at Penaol .... 7.46 pm
7:0U p. nm. arrive at asaoola ........ T:46p. m
0r:46 p. m. arrive at Penwioola......... 9:9Dp.m
\ after for the cure of In- *"' ,*urday only.
In effect Dl-o. l A"0. I9.
digestion, Dyspepsia and efaUNDA scEvDUo.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barr aeas
allfornis of Stomach, Bow- *A,. .0. M.
11a.m. -12 m,
el Troubles and Skin Dis- ip.M .i..
8p.m *p.m.
eases. Guaranteed to cure 4p. SM..
or money refunded. Cost P.ASK FORWE.K DAY.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancv and return tf
only cents a day to use it. oPenac to Navy ard ad return .... e:
SPensacola toPalmetto Iijachar.nd retu: n l
One dollar bottle last twen- ,o, su^,DAY


'Iard and return ........ ..-. 2
Peassoola to Palmetto Heach and
return. .-Th
No freight received attar 9:13 tp. w.


CHlCNIESTER S ENGLISH
Pu C, Ck PLL
in Cl D LI li lald 'i. a I
Take no 'othe. rfR'u.'c
a uzr u 4ubit"1c.Itiiic.m ad Imaits
1: f v's D -.. r .n t4
r flscea.l., Totwtiin~ials
1. je. 4 le'..r 4 ,hemalcuI (a..
-a Aulu s %iaor.. &,!I-,LL1. _P%,


S These tiny Capsules resuperlor
to Balamm of Copalba,
.C"bebs and .. Injectionm.
IThey cure in 48 hours the


4-GOLAY=Q

Grist and Corn Peal M4ills,

X. F. GONZAkEZ A GO., Prop s,
Manuftetur-r%
CHOICE MF.Als AN D 1*1* ILF G M 'LD
STMCK IFEED1
Patrewiso Homo foe.uirv r the'r* I*
every r**asocn you -.hmuftl buy oar Meal and
Stock Feed from the Hosmei Meanufacturer.
for t'y so dsing youtiflc'0Ur52.' hoe inisduo-
cry. Your money :-. i.ft ki's !.j o mnnutilty
$,M) vyc u in turn aremt- rye' V !'.'ft-entltocl.
Ini fc-leri og thc'home.' moru,,,woi.' i rcr you
* s'murtbuto to the ucati-te df labor. Y*'i owe
itfi 4li e. inmu syin v.b ecb 1'su live&MAd
wh vuiie't ribute-et uyovwr -uuwnrt.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFE SOLD) IN
PENSA

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Aso Sol by I.I Perry and in. Ta.

The Jug Trade

Is Our *.pecialty.zzj
Prompt Delivery and SAtti-fwctnaa
G guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bro&.

401 South Pi'lafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. CX Bx 12il.
Railroad Fxchanre, P1)one 4.

PROFE8810AL OARDS.

Dr. Mlfareellus II et reary.

Pbysicial ai SrS a01.
It-.-,si ence'. ,tt W,- "t iirr ory tI r .-t
Phone $.,.
'iu c,,. c I'Alentmbmrto. HtlKso ll'm 1'" IsIu.,i,
1'linfox s tret.. I'l'hout .7.

DR. Wx. C. DBWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Drag tore.
RESIDENOB-400 E. Jacksou Stree


Win. H. Marean, M. D.,

Homeopathic Plysicia2 and I riCeou,
Late ,f Ocala. I.a..
Offers his professional erveies) 'i tbh citl-
zens of V'e-ntqbo'uI.
Espep:il attention given to tin tratimn-ot
of Chronic lloea.a.sm and I1>-s-s.r, ou
Women and 4htlirtin.
Thirty Yars ira. rcti'e ii tr t toith.
I'Cl.'e Ill.,.i' U: -U a i. to '2 1 t to 4 Pi. a.
Residence 1'bone No. '").
trn.lIoWinl Rn8Idn'H-Itnnll .a

Dr. Wi/mer $. Ha//,


DENTAL SURGEON,
*uic Tomplo. Phem U34.


-c'e.''ss. for mpepmtwa. Indigestionn. sore '
* y,, and for eruptive disiese, mort and c. LDLl IR
uh'l-er on man and animals. As a remedy v nce. SOLDBYALLDRUGISTSR

ZELL (iASTOW.
fur iti.ie: trouble| I do not b elievt its L.... ..
(|(nal exltc Irls highly reomme ded by ---- ------ T b ,,e B

.ludgo of Probate Court, Butler County. 4 CURE YOURSELF HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H
A 1"hima l*t ham for' lli .' fr urm tstuslal
^I I 'mta. hs hart ., inti.nimi ct, 4 )dde F llows Hatll. VarrrnAtii.
-- -- -- --i--- --- irritatir-- C.f r n .
.RE T R .... p* ,,r^ ....; r ,.,." Monday, April 16, 1900.
LODGE DIRECTORY +l c+Licloilr.3. Sol by Bruggista.
A T EvnelsCaEM.IALC 0. t r tm' A, torC.
L U"I" byrc.. ... pri r. r i'ricket,)o)cents. Ladi- Fre-. Fr.e
KNIGHTS OF vya' t AS. i i. ,,.,,-. 'it
i'lruler o at ow ativu Transportation on Dummy.
Penacola Lodge. No.3, K. of P. ____ __
maot every Mondlay even- J OP N
ing at a7.t Ca-ile iall JUST OPENED.
In Hutchinson hall. WTVt
W Int-ndencia troet.
,y~Y' b, %.'-ltint brethren cordially
H .r Be 1 '71 ilL


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No I Wfn~i Mll uOft hC
Me-etp firet, and third FrIdav night In
each mninortb. Visiting sqiverrcqn% coerdi-
tally. ITIyItte'd AW. W.'i4ATEIN,
)S.j It. if mv.'t'"Cirk.4 C


*--Everything New and Clean.-*
The M3 't Attractive in the Entire C'ity. %. erular Mealk Servvit I D:ily.
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly lat,--.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.
now


W wT .* --* ^ ^^~ -- -j^^ J k-^ ^^ B.^ --
No better Cigar for .* DUNN
the money made-DUR- (1 F' NU U
HAM--atD'Alemberte's GENRiHL I), Uh!'

JOHN McDAVJD, Real Estate Aqents, A,


REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
('I Y PlROPEITY. IF\AMIN(
.\N) TIMNItER LAN;,
FO"( SA.l:.
Lo0ns Plrced at Reas3rab,: Fa'es.
C2 -t (;.v r: ;' : h I. t I .


H. A. WATERS,

butcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 1 72
re !: T, nn--et and Native 3fea:
('!. k,-n* stand Cuntry
Produce Da;iiy-.
Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store
INTENDENCIA STREET.


PIENRAECWIA. FLeA.

I~i:'' .t FIRE. Llt E. MARINE,
A ii:T. FIDbELITY. PLA'IE
'iLASS AND SAZAM HOILFA'. IN-
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Three RC,11ir

Iea~s Fa[ A Ez

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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYST:ERS, FI-;I AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SfE:A-,)N.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
PA.\TES:-F"om $1 1i) to ;.- pr D:y. LODGING:
.l:. :,u ,dal :i stom h A la, ..v *,trot. "', -r .. l.*. I,'l<. ,la 25 and 50c


H. H. *ICKE.


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Plmber Gas and Steam Fitter,
No.- North Palatox Iftre.t. f
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal. NO. & South PFlafox Street.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. kAl Kinds oL Plumbing and Gas :`'ittingv Materials Kept -u Hand
Voice i ulture. Violin and Piano. Leips:.
Ky.:tem; a;so (,uitar, Banjo and Mardoltn. EmLEPHONE a ***- riNSAOOLA rkA.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


THE DAILY


Katerid at tbe Post Office at Penescola.
Vi asmecond -cla.B maarer
Orpicr: Pitt Building,' 12, Bouthb Pal.-
toastreet. up-stairs.
P BLIIH EII BY
THE EWS8 PUBLISHING 00.

Ternm -Invariably In Advance.
O ear by Mail .. .. ......
til luotibi .i ,.
Tbrwe Months 1 "."
**.ieMonth '
0oa Week, by 'Crri*-r. pdyablte Monday 1'

STHE WKIKKIY iEW8:
Ptblihebd cvtry Friday at t$1.4 per year
Pomase free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advhrtis'ingReta Furnished on Application.






TheeVper iso one with the
UMiim AKEiISIS co.,
m t mliln. at. Pla Mian.. where
hs, &dveUmrtis and other: may
e ise t m"d where estimated will be giveu
l*pim rA wr M ,UER AOVaRT*ssING.


FEIBAOOLA. APRIL 4. 1900

PRECINCT )EIEGATI-8
The Mays l.emorratic C'luib f p~riiala
bai* indolte-d tb'- following t:aket for d,-l-
*-*at" from ttilerity precincts tob Ib -n-
eraStki. county Ci'viiontlon to lto hlhl d~t
raoelton. April It and ask ttat they U,
giTen h t-art % up(ort bty tihe vt-rr, :
Preciinct I.--4". H. t(illiKle-. Itax I i tih i-
lian. tin. ta 'l, .1 l'. M I xw ll. and 'I. F.
W rigtmsn.
Jo ln I !i 'h ; i w ., c. V .Jiit m. .il W, "'.
] unianci
l'rt.-' i .t .-o,. lrAwn .Io< I. I ahllion.
J M r MI. A-1>, ,'i-y .IhAi tl 'lilTf. j .:id J. I..
rr--cmii' : .-t. H. l'utnan..l ohn \i -ct.
Wimn. .iL,-i* t, J. J V Ateic i Wl:.'. i .l V'. A.
I uzjhat:.
l\i state- I1"tll .'-n'-ral election,-
before Noveiimber. Rhode 1sland'-
occur;. to-day : Loui-ianti follow-
Alpril 21 ; North Carolina. Au,-ust 2:
Alabama. Auti-ttt i(: Ve\rmont. Anig-
ust 7 antd ,e, gia. October 3. Rhode
I-laud'- la-t election record was a
republic.ini plurality of l.css. Loui--
i.na chos,-es a governor, tihe -otn iof
Senator Catflry beiiizt on1e of the
candidate-. In North Carolina a
governor and other state otlicer. will
bechos.-ii. the former to succeed the
present republican incumbent. Ala-
bami will al-,o elect a governor.


the New 'oa'k statats Z#eitung, in a
World interv-iew. declares that Ot r-
man-Americans voted almost solidly
againlit the C laicago Platform inl "(4;
aud sayr:
Tbe democrat iw party ha- a great oppor-
tunity if it 1141k- ferwar~i aind not back-
word. A gr.Aatciiac y of tic" p.opie' a.!
ttuisoc~tvunlrAd4 .,: %%i-!i tata U, aiotd 1-i
vote for McKini~ey', iAniptriillismtnacd mili-
tari-an. allihI am cg':it-iUc.'i intcu'zd
UgkiD tb. Lj-sicd'.of Iaesr. v o !.,uc ia're
a&,)prtf.r(4)ic Bi-ytolryacanir.-,i100A
iriatly t --.rf~t fr k1:!r :i 1"
lpy. 0W (c-ir-.' It,' t ;jut r. fc t
fo u w. i' 112 ;iiac.' e.f FrI ar-. Br.%anl
should ?h~ a .-- a of !w u : ., i .. i .,!


JOE NCKI n..'. aN e i tha1t -1, .J), cI I',,-'
..:- t

1.:Lt~d 1, -tal ra~firin MAi~.
kinmt-d at tl1at c' untri,-nc-w-,tcpr-.,
'ja" at la-: a chanlc+ a I ln-ciiiillz a

-tiecrlm tof it :arly all of it- iuio!-.ttcii-
~,ectec~a~le'fa~atit~.It i' al-e- t::.-
'-tattli'. ef U" eAiII\. r-i V1-
c(':.ilg~ed. icui ('L 0, :1 t c "C'11,ci lu--
rAte!- of ; .5c "t*.,*tl~ -t
potic iz su hv lti~rccL.
1641c.L- e0!r ri ;' l (, f 1 k-. ,- etL
tLcc-v be ho-iAd ,r (tta l 1. w tie
t n'y hIs,- ., VIby -Lb~'~iq ret
t-rawl".z car w. laz tc a t to
lce- Ire'-miiu.cis.en'-ti i.';il 1"tlic~t- fit'par!t"
A-f re-gel:t:,'11 A 1- 1-a 401= c Pli- "i-IIo I


tc la d I-,-pr thAt ''Ifc.
*J. lit T-1U#U' 1


t il "j I,"- 5i Ic ni-ai '.
W L .-; : 1 .
w- criti' -* :i i i i ;a .i i .. -
ft-n- '** -* : ~ l : -
l eriill i'y .- *. ;0 x'l 4 '.-


lug can 'al sp.i!..il l' i t i: i- t"A"
aim e w itti tiae i'ai', !'',:., ,a '" ;
offt ces. T".' .. Iv-" "-' "'i: t' i44.'s joy:.
and lease w i' it It i-'t'l- h-" li:iy ti.Iv,'
whoare wa.rt, k.. ;,i:::. lay rui .;ii.z
iutol pi n it I t I; r iti-titi 'I.t-
how and w' *I "t I.! ,:.. I ,
which tihey ara' a o!t;il.-n'd.
4Ipeaker IIen e -r-o ., f c t,' i:-i
of representativ- i- now ; i-ily n-
gaged in expl:iiui:inz to hi- Iowa 'coln-
sititlento his attitude upon the Porto
Ricotariff bill. In a I -tte:. intended.
of vomrse. for publication,i but ad-
dre'ed t4o an Iowa friendly h- ni akes
the startling -"'xi-lanation" of his
position. and that of other republi-
rasi In the house. 1y declaring that
their iff to opfritte between two parts of
the same country was to prevent
a* ,me wic.ed trusts--the sugar and
soaccs truste-fronm bein: lbenefit-
ed by "-free trade." Hear him:


___


W-_ i.Life Wvka% lktc'.l.

z -u (4f H itanIt. lMo.. latt'ly had *
w-id-,'jci-ful de-liva ranceo froimnaci'right
fiil (le'atc. IIIt hlIt, of U ,AO .i.-
that Intil ilate' lPgietiiiiitj,1. NMT;.-I LII-
i~'a~e!:it. ci-114 Lt. I wa owoalh I
('mAl~dn', 0 aIt -I, itup in ih, d. NhII-
iniz lic-l-p-A I'h it. I oxpcrtfdt.)( o -on
di- fafCwe:-;umpti,1n. wl~ozi I l.':cd of
I )r. K iu '-Ni w )( )11,.* 1,
I ot ;:gIV*, :,,I eat Ira- Iitf. I colilt I I-
ti.cit v-,- it. and ci il :eI~l l thWallandi
-tr'u't'. IV~iat =ti.* tea t'tch in I*-

,I-,. werjid f.Ar 1all J1:ataanatL ,4ii:
II rwi'mhle. lK.egulner 1iz,- "-)o cent-; and
111 Ti;t Ici lattl. -cfrc.'''att W. .A-


XX. iwoki a -;ecial hiu-i-uja -- .4i
hiL: tat~i2':clat =ehu,.lc.'.A-l
I ,it e lA I IIl #I --*t tA f it t i 1 i t bh I ;
ri'acaI-la ,n toa1m lii, care i ily tmid Q.-Ii
I- .;tic''I -i l -umi I Va' dljsral
;l -I-k ef t Ile 1 1) 1I ~am l:c ,*'c


l'i-va jrc .=mu I-. I e m.tI I: a~ i fi
I I It a'I'''S r, k- i r- .I :t I

!- I I ci. h ~ dl'-A '..
c Iit. 1-.


I ;,r I .rr 'iivy earn
'1 V, i ,W -,'*,1u r :+ .i H '"P ..

"l*, : i... !t : t ;'' .t at. dv y for I) ;t r .'.a

i w: I r,,li,-ve tt' po r little sut-,.-r.r ii-
m -,'l.t-lv. ,,itl bIy Drucil stsi:t :1 ,\ iny
pirt oft tIl. world. TwOeity-flv' c.'n'-~ a bit'-
tle. };I. tur" ii.ld iask for "Mr-. W ii:lo-li '-
1toothlng byrui." and take no other ki:ld.
kAA(L I1,. M.ASS A<4.E.
\ : I I i w i 'd ri
,' ,.:, .. I .,at A ll i -. alld
-, ** :. A 1; .- iy in 'i .. =
l..,,ltt--. ,' ,,i t M" i-- K '< l;,r :it
lowv. r- A Krn--'- M .M Ill:n-ry. ,,i
Ir-.d.iy v: ;af:er tIlhat date .1 2 We-st
* r*.*, y. 2t lw

E-ater Opjning.
Turbanis and lHonniets. Thursday.
Friday and Saturday, April5, t;aaild
7. RemnPinher data. All invited., .
D)el hayer, 21 W. Government -treet.


H. dache
Biliousness, sour stomach, constipa-
tion and all liver ills are cured by
Hloed' Pills


A kidney remedy that can he de--
pended aon will hI)e JOuili ill P:;I ~i.
A.-it BITTIStR. It heal-and ,trh';:t--
eli. Sold hIy Hannah HBra.

IFor rIaniil,' 1 .
last gr-ne Arbonia of tI., (ai- l s.i.al) it
las ju-t receilved a car''oatl ot bottled
beer, put up 'specially f,,r filliily"
t-c, which lie is pre;';ar il t' lt'l ivi r
t" any part of thie cily ,i -i',t: loi-
tice at le',imseniable pricu. lay Itin, den..
-ir '_-,. C all plil lir l ;19. ,<:,l 1 -,.It'
your order lor imine-diate tltliv-ry.
i e :i rinilini foir l'.' .-" i.t oat
t'li,- iino hy .pearl A\l i!ie li";-i a: -,,-
vit-s o.lyv la-t.d a w c'k : ."; A l,/.-o i
i;ore j -t- r'teceivatl. Lbu: :in- Iv.n1't
.i -t WltOI. W hite'-.


Oumrr 'M #-u' Spring C(l'.,t 1; .:1,,i L v
t-aitnii every Ivwa.% I J i-'
WhIitt- label wccidiCli bela-. -1 t*:,-i:cii
theyv VVarmi.~ It jt'-.


M31111.NFIlY 1NLWS,
.Iri I, ('.Clien is (Tll-in-' a. Sp ial
I endlae I'sf Thii. \,< k
4 .-;'r:i"y -untnc'.i 11 *- 1 il'.,a ;L'-.
,,l|y" Bll ti i Ic1-.
,nly 2'l (ct-nt-.
In ly '.i't ern Hlia; liep.irtuiint
.i w ill ll1 :omlnie xtra .'a .. l v.,i-
', W-e. \'e air. m ak .! il2 : ,1i : IA ti.i-
j, .i 'llio it foe rt it a' ival ;' i
r. w Ea-ter 'nvelti. -.
Inl My TI cnii.crd Il ihDepar.: 'lentl
Y ,i t'ac i hiuv a nii e, tl' iil,.,t (';.ic
li it fo: $1.:2->. I ;1:iu ..7]. i;. L.,'-'-
r nr-. Mix-id Braid-. et(c.
; i ti; tMrs. I. <'oiirC'-i

A. v ritahlle feast of '-o ;w t it '.I'-
Sl::i aluhl boa'. a.t W nX -

1)Do yoi )r -lievx all youi re... r in t lie
p:per-,r? l-;xalgmrtertltis:l in c'ialv r-tic-
ii i:l:liy attr:act p i--t; attention ;
ilnt we at'- tliot -se kii, pt s-iii- r at-
Wal;itia it. \t'- 'r- liokii.; for -i:.
:1en't cuto.tc) i '-. Ws 'hi.e'-.
Itanti i lr,,-'. ear" aCenit- fir I.
\\'.- -." C( ,,lg C (u'nra-. 1)i:irr! I{. t i:
-Iy amtd Wih li tnz/1 a:ive. 'I !iev
e'atr.ilitee all thre'- of the-o prepar:.t -
tions aind will chieerfullYv re-fulid the-
Imoney to any oane who u--c thems
w'ithouait being benefite.d. Price 2":,
cnts each.
Our prices are absolutely the low-
est; those who think the contrary
have either not fairly tried us, or
they have measured our prices by
:hose charged for Clothing of doubt-
ful quality. White's.





Motto: Absolute Purity.


Q'UnId. for tepurpi!t' (if fuimtiii-tiLu,
i 1.1,urziful cup- h cc!(if ,)u,(-I ijkiv

,e B.rd if iHe~alth, F--



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Your Credit is Good

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WHiiam |ohlp9on & 0oi.


Wits wis G.


the United States free tof any duat. thus THE W IK IHIPS. POLICK COU'IK.
giving hundreds of thousands of dollars
profit to the syndicate-s. There has not They Proceeded to Sea I his Mot ning Tw a Women at d Onfo Man Poul d in .a
been, nor is thero now. to my knowledge, a En Itout t Hanmpton Roads. Bawdy House.
lobby here working for the Porto Rican The flag New York, battle-
bill, but iese syndicates aThe flagship New York, battle- There were eight cases before-
terests of New Englaod and otb-r interests. ship Texas and gunboat Machias Mayor Hilliard this morning. The
including tbe- flour intierests.ar all trying went to sea between 9 and 10 o'clock flnes aggregated $62.50.
to get intoPorto Rico itHbout paying the this morning and sailed majestically Willie Slinger and Will Denning.
1 percent duty on their produ:: a-a pic- and safely through the channel un- colored, and Katie Crawford. white.

Amazing patriotism: unparalelled ter the efficient guidance of Coni- were arre-ted last night and fined
statesmanship! And this, too. from modore Bazzell on the New York $10 each thi.- morning on a charge of
and Pilot Bell on the Texas, with visiting a place where lewdness and
the chosen representative of a party the light-draft Machias in the lead indecency is practiced.
that has always contended that as a guide ship. Mabel Brooks, charged with curs-
,"the foreigner pays the tariff tax." As a fitting close of their stay ing and abusing, was fined Io.
Beide- this, another reason is here, the Oseeola club gave a recep- Fate Allen and Ed Bearfteld, col-
Stion last night at their elegant club ored, charged with fighting, were
given by the astute Henderson for rooms in honor of Rear Admiral fined $6 each.
the action of the republican tariff Farquhar and staff. and the other of- Ed Shear, drunk, $5. Paul Boy-
protectionist?. It is that the Porto fleers of the fleet, which was one of den. drunk and disorderly, was fined
the most brilliant social functions $7.50.
Ricans are in a desperate condition of the season. The club rooms were
financially, and need help, and the brilliantly illuminated and artisti- Nobby effects in new spring fancy.
intention is to play the roleof Robin cally decorated with national col- vests at White's.
Hood, by taking the tariff customs ors, bunting, flags and ferns, and the:
from the wicked, rich trusts and giv- The coming here oelaborf the fleet was
ing the proceeds to the Porto Ricans. due entirely to the efforts of Com-
Astounding philanthropy! mandant W. W. Reisinger. The
Can any man-republican or dem- channel and coaling facilities of the
'port have been fully tested and a Confectionery in 10, 20 and 30-cent.
ocrat-be deceived by such an *ex- most favorable report will be made. boxes. Try them. All dealers sell
planation"? Unless Mr. Henderson's which will ultimately lead to Pensa- them.
constituents are the chumps he evi- cola being named as a naval coaling We are doing a big business and
dentlr believes them to be, they will station,whicb will hasten and assure e ar doing a bi business and
dntl blvs thmto be, they will the rehabilitation of the Pensacola it is no wonder. Why shouldn't we?
want from him a better explanation ,navy yard and make of it one of the There is no particular mystery about
than he has given them-when his most important naval stations of our success. We always have the
term expires. this government. right goods. the right service and
--- This will mean much for Pensaco- the right prices, arid these always
WHEN TRAVELING la. With the machine shops at the win. We emphasize the honest treat-
yard in active operation a large meant feature and sell to sell again.
Whether on pleasure bent or busi- number of skilled workmen will Whites.
te--s, take on every trip a bottle of find profitable employment and the
Syrup of Fig-. as it acts most plias- wages they receive will go in circu- COF ? FE COF.'Fim .
atntly and effectually on the kidneys,. lation here and benefit every branch
liver, and bowels. preventing fevers, of business. The frequent cingof Roasting a specialty.
hieadache.. anid other forms of sick- war ships will also put large sums of tig pe lty.
nps-. For sale in &b cent bottles by mionty iln circulation and inak' Pen-
all leading drugists. Manufactured -acola one; of the best bu-inesH town-s Have .yOU tried Svans'
by the Calitornia Fig Syrup Co. in the South, Down flour.'Itivthewhitest
onldy. This fact is demonstrated bv tl eourtthwhitest
I money left here by the New York, aland sweetest on the Ameri-
2.-, cent- will p'y for the Saturday Texas and Machias. The men who can l market, in barrels, half
dlition of the Jacksonville Metropo- were given ,hore leave spent their )
lis.. ,a large s or 12 page paper ,. fruiom money freely and (our business nen barrels, 2.. pound an1d 1.
now until Nov. 11tli. by mail only, all profited thereby. Large sums p)Ol i(d sttick, wholesaleantd
and 2.4k) will pay for the Daily were also spent in supplying the
.Jacksonvills Metropolis from now ships. just how much it i-, imipo.-sible retail.
until Nov. tlith. for cash in advan only. The object of this unipairal- -hows the extent of their purcha-#--. b
I-led offer is Eo give thie pepl. If I)uring the short stay here( of tl. t.e; best lineral lJters l
Florida a chance to keep posted ioni ves-els they bought S.01mJ luave- of On the market, equal to ifa?-
the news of the coming political bread, over 5.,o,) of which wer' siip- orted doods, and only
campaign at extremn-ly lowco t.and plied by the West Florida Steam pOe OO and Only
al-o to make thi-ni better acquainted bakery. At 11 o'clock yesterday .$1.10 per doZ/en.
with the- leading fr-ee silver and this enterprising firm receiv,.d an Tr/our F reshlyi Roasted
Bryan nt.wqpape-r in tht- -tatr. It, order for l.000 loaves of bread-tlhree uI lll
c.irto<,,n-,arealone worth double the days' supply for the Texa and Ma- COfftees.
in,'neyv. chias-and they tilled the order and J~'. .I'HUGI t
delivered the full supply on ltie .15 .
THill MOORE HiROTIlHEItS. dummy yesterday afternoon. I\ hole 'le and Retail GrO-
It can be readily seen froin this cer,. Phone 105
They Are Heldl Without Hail for Kill- that if the crews of the three vessel-
inig .JfG(;riflin. consumed 8.1,E0 loaves of bread dar-
B. M re ad Ed. Mor. ing theirtay their a their purchase Everlythit, in .primnunderwear at
B. r arid Ed. Mro.tf fre-h fish, vegetables, Lrroceries Wli(ie.
rha:r NMoliuno Il -t TiTur-day. .iid ('. I. to big money. If you want to p of-whether you f
Joiner, chard with bcinan ai ac- The business men of Pen f lie crime, had a h. i ar loud in their praise of Corniminidant aind cheapest High-class Walnut
cess.ry ti. crime, lad a hearing Reisinger, and they are onxioui; to Bed-room et--ever -exhibited her,..
before Judgp T. ItR. .Mccullagh yes- earnestly co-operate with him in go to 0. M. Pryotr's Bargain Furni
terd.sy. t'ounty Solicitor Parkhill carrying into effect the many plans ture Hcu--e.
repre.--nted the plo.-ecutioti and he has in view for the benefit of the
Me.-r-. ( H. Laney and C. Moreno port. PltOOSALS
Ji..- ti,- de(l-ne. A number of wit- S should ('ominmandant R isinr --
le- '- wer- ex:imined. -evl-eral !,ours need their assistance. they will To F'urni-la -'reslI Water at the Santa
bt'u ni -:n-i-i"d in takin ith irt tes- cheerfully do all iin their powe-r to It.,sa sound Q,iaranminme tIation.
1ii1-11y. lTh'l- MN1.re hbrither- w-ert prove thi:mt his recommndationat
re:i:laid ti to jail without blil toc meet the hearty approval of thi peo- Prp,-a!- are invited to -ink ori
await tih- .i' tion of t!i,. ran'lJ irv pl.at te a
. .. .. l,,>r. r,.Ilo et t1 >; >hti I, t.it S .iiAlIln


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish


Stick Seats


Pretty Phaetons.

CARl LOAD -PICIES! Srri,: 0Eoad clS Ctrls, :


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lonr
Ye-'. Ve will Allow Yl u S ,-irt.t: in f.. rr 1!.:1 I : 0 .'..
A.\in t but Fifty C'. it-.



dnli)li'n0 olneon & 0on.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-ManufActurer- and )Deal;,r- in


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and I'dria.

4~-- Repairing Attended to Promptly. (


ii EAST t;ARDE-N ST'.


Pi~ Ns.~m iii


LENTEN SPECIALTIES


AT,- -


SOL CAHN & Cox's.


IINII'.LESS ( O dIFI-H. -1 F.IIEilI.I> 1 (01,1 -
SM~1(KEDf) I.\ IllI "T.
CK(l s. Fr 'c I ,i l.


:,.% F .I -I \ f.- 'At ; i t


IAI I ()''%* -T EA (L .M .


(ILIVI-:-.. 1- XL' 'a


SREC[PTIIN DIN NING 'BBUY THE BEST.


('Olal I'Ll II,. atI


:~4X I r~i4~


M1~flT WAFERS OR BON BONS.




M I* NTAI


i1 IN' TiONiC


-v'.r-'.- iAiy nee'ij a torni" t:;: -e
i Yzy -p;ri i ,itay- t, itr;v,- :;way that.t
tire-d fteelini.''. Mitunt:in ti3int TInaic
iJ:e- this. It invigo)rat-; iand l puri-
fle. the bloil. It ciur-s the worst
ca-e- of in-it '.-tio:!. It cure- per-
manently all -toniach troubles. It
tnakel tli- -ick well: the weak
strain :' :il t it give- onie- wlho i- all
run lowl a: new le-'-.e o(n life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic ihas been tried by liurnldr-d- of
people in Pensacola. eve-ryone of
whom heartily recomin::.:-nd- it a. the
best tonic they ever u-ed. It does
more than we claim for it. One deol-
lar per bottle, six bottle- for five d,,l-
lara Trv it. It i- made. in Pen-.i-


ECONOMY!


A' PEFRGE'A T' iRS ar,- (,ar,. r.. i A ...
S i. :,w i r t* :; r 111y" t er.." I .'.' '
i .v O iv. n At e-,," ,' ni .\11 1r'1')\ -;e i z 1 ':
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-Our Ice Cream Freezers'


XVAI;It\ 'iEl T() FVI',FEZE IN


MINI 1 F -


L l 'L 'it. :,o t i. Cr tic ri fir Ir.i.r:or ,aki.-. i', ;. i"
All A i ', .Ati y n


-EB.


PERSON,


107 South Palafox,


Have Your Paintin,


a'nl Paper Hanngin-'g A;,i hi?"' uy -to-
date people. in an up-to-d.et -tyle-
by patronizing J. E. li.--. & ,.. No.
11 N. Palafox. Phone :'z. 24f-tf

Fine furniture in summer.
styles, including Wicker
rockers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is com-
plete. Don't buy anything
inl furniture until you htve
..... If n..P- c4,. n';,,p '


Photographic Artist.
14't i south Plalaf", -"
assi lsrae..-1ein .* Ui's r. I ..


MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER,


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Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLAFLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


ST~E convenient place for this purpose. THE BCAXABI RIFIiBS.
NOW I Who will take the initiative? Iap a Cro the Non-Co-
A social will be given at the Meth-. nmlM.lonled Offieer.N
odist church at Goulding to-morrow
night, with a fine musical program- The commissions of the newly
s tesntt including the gravhophone-and re- elected officers of the Escambia Ri-
o, .for freshments. ties having arrived, they held an in-
"" t, Robert McKimmon. Muecogee, J. teresting meeting at the armory last
D. Carmichael. Graceville, H. N. night and C apt. Cros announced
lIavand W. 1). Commander, Liurel nihtand Captn.dCoffies announ -
wa- a ,u e-t Hill, J. F. Cotton. Otahite. W. A. lows: Fir.t sergeant, H. T. D'Alem-
ay. ( Nicholaon, Pine Barren and Mr. berte: second sergeant, C. F. Schad;
Moe ,H. Burlingame, Del'unlak Springs, thir sergeant. John Mann;
were among yesterday's guests at fourth sergeant, Jos. P. Barry; fifth
the Lewis house. ...t, U o...i ,i, ...


k- Luo:- ar(d Emelia El-
.. i-.-ed frlonl quarantine

'.' .'i.,.ry ,f De-Funiak
., ue-t at t!,h E-callbia

,.v Or-enwwoxd l -ft on t'e
to: .-dafy toi Stioiwhill. Ala..

J.!,.n ti. .Cody had a; hlis
t- trother, J. M. Cody of Lu-
Ala.
N iarlr of New Haven.
m- MillOIwI the gue-t- at t0he
t tii it .
4 Py sof Tam pa brought down
.;.I i.t ef 1,a.-.se'lmer- from Miltou
I.. I i lt .
\:. M,, ..ownt Jr.. of Ilrewton.
.'.* r, ] z ,. Merce .int- yester-

v !' ,:.t ; ortint l -titt citizen 4f
S.\.t.. arrived Ihre yet-ter-

I.;i' I. F. Su tte.r i- fittin-.
-**t a.al will traeltaily -all to)-


Eugene Arbona. the genial propri-
etor of the popular Gulf Maloon. has
just received a carload of bottled
beer, put up esnr-cially for family
use, which he will deliver promptly
to any part of the city if von will
call telephone 199 and say how many
bottles you want. ee advertise-
ment In this issue.
One of the most up-to-date, pro-
gressive and enterprising merchants
in Pensacola is John White, the
haberdasher. He carries an enor-
mous stock of goods, which he buys
in large quantities for spot cash and
he gives his customers the advant-
age of his close buying by cutting
prices down to the narrowest mar-
gin of profit. If you are in search of
anything in the way of men's or
boy's wear and White has it not,
you won't find it in town. You will
find his name and special notice of
extra bargains scattered all through
THE Nkws to-day. John White is
one of the most reliable dealers in,
Pe-n-sacola. When hie advertises
anything you can feel assured th.tid
the truth, the whole truth, and noth-:
ing but the truth is told. Call and
in-ptct his complete stock.


\ I' t o- A.n(i alu-i:. A ..
: f e- r.tty t,,-etay ,,n t !: That feeling of complete satiifac-
S.::,i tiral:i. ti,,n g .- with our clothing: tl.mir
\\ .li It ,.f .Milt-,n arriv-ei v i r t i -#-en at a t glance; tht price
n .,r,'ii:I and leit .,1 t. 1' a, ,bj#-t l-.--on i n t-.aoit iNy.
: M ,: M clavid. \V t. lt'-.
o.: ,.,. tr.tVe nl i mls rbl,-Crierpti 1 ('ouniy Polit S. '.n-a .,, Pr .- ;ad rea.:ite-r it.tere-t is being manifest-
.-: I'an.. Harre to-day. e, in the pire-ent county political
... I. r. l i ..... r ... I ii i 1 'l ti h t a11 t b -,'t-n -h ltowl' ill


Sergeantt. .earI I. Ue corUL -
rals will be appointed at the next
meeting. After the transaction on
busine-s the company held a prac-
tice drill.
A Powder Mill Explosion
Removes everything in sight; so
do drastic mineral pills, but both
are mighty dangerous. Don't dyna-
mite the delicate machinery of your
body with calomel, croton oil or
aloes pills, when Dr. King's New
Life Pilis, which are gentle as a
summer breeze, do the work per-
feotly. Cures Headacnes. Constipa-
tion. Only 25 cts. at W. A. D'Alem-
berte's.
Some folks' pretences to always
undersell the world are rather tire-
some. No one has monopoly of
brains and money. It will be a sor-
ry day for this town when competi-
tion cease-. Whtite'-.
THE NIV4hL M 1,IIIA.
Pracate- Drill on the Prairie iar y
Next MNtorth
Ofllkcitl notice Ihl- been given
through Adjutant Geni-ral Patrick
Hou-toun that the U'. S. lract!ce
ship Prairio will cemi;:,- to Florida
wate-r- i',-xt illoiul to take- the Fl',r-
il.t N: rival M ili:-ia .n 1 i ,ra'ti;-


('iUis-'. Thme olt ceiniii-'- iisiqeappp owt
waa- tttoo o,-ak.':, rdlt5 'o-Pt n im iel'
(livt-ioil Nl;iv' T. th I'mT l'aii'.-a aiel
.iack-eomvii. lv'ei anss \L~ 7&id
the- Nev We"'t div'i-ioin May the


.'- La.- heeo partitionelld y ar-. P'r liinoient citizen- who he.re- crii-s to contain ellt for one tle-k.
i* i;a ,,lli(e. ii) akin- it totor- toe, no active part in polities liifortinmately. however, th- P. ti-
S. are' ve.ry inuh inte-it-ted thi- time. s ,5aceola divi- ion iis not properly
Thiis i- v-rey iecouraging.i. It lmians .-. w 11 C. C',bl ail il a r:, r vte than uual, amli a i' Lieut. Frank M.. Dunn of the divis-
-iii i-k Silvia thi- morn- vot min-atiis a stronger repr'enlita- ion has ~s) notified (ien. Houstoun.
i' -!,i---ng routnda. He will tjle in the state and congres-ion- The Pensacola division is com-
,. b-e aib--i abtiit a week. al conventions. Escambia county p",,ed of men well capacited for
I l:t.- f. r o,,lnt:ty police who -!hould have more than eleven dele- naval service, the majority of them
Srmnak, thten-silves solid in gates to the state convention-and being expert navigators, and it is a
-t.,ut attend thli church -ihe will get a larger number next pity that they should be deprived ot
MvrItl. -;r.,v. Friday night. time, for all democrats are goingteI tthi" practice crui-e becau~ of a lack
rn-. A. do. e, their duty as citizens 'nd capt ,of proper equipment.
1; (*".;.. I mn Sprin;-. Ala.. their ballot for the ticket nominated -
"' ti Id. -eo-dala. Mo., an. d Mr. at the primaries next Tuesday. In almost every neighborhood
\I,- I. I.VtLs ai. P'kin. Ill.. r.eg- there is some one whose life has
i it H.ete-l E-eambia yesterday. ILenarkalle Cure ot Itheumatisn I been saved by Chamberlain's Colic,
er.-i : il the tiinmber in KENNA. Jackson Co., W. Va. Cholera and Diarrhoa Romedy, or
St,.-tween Itailroad and Coln- About three years ago my wife who has been cured of chronic di-
i, .e,, -tre-t wharves, yester- had an attack of rheumatism which arrho a by the uae of that inedicine.
S t.-rn.,,,ix. a tioero man f.ll cofitined her to her bed for a month u i h persons onmke a ptuntof telling
I .,I *1an-iltg ,uite a little and rendered her unable to walk a of it whenever opportunity offers,
:.. i,t to, the- by-tandera. stqp without assistance. lier liiibs hoping that it may be the means of
Ihebeing swollen to double their normal -s g other lives. For sale by
i. .r.l rS ..odico t, ll end ra tir nsined il Hannah Bros.. 21 S. Palafox street.
S 1 .- i: t: i Ie pre-enit political I7.-. MIr. S. Maddox insisted on mI -
S l-"vI.rv dminocrat in old uin ('t Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I Nobby Spring Suits for young men
-.ilot* ,,ould work earinsttlv loir Ipurchased a fifty cent bottle and at r'
o1 l-.ino.'raey cvand a lit o ir te u,-ed it according to the directions a W i'
t, bt,-' r t.,r.--ntation, and the next morning she walked to
breakfast without assistance in any i uits for the little fellows, with
SIa Dantia. re-pr--enting E. T. manner, and she has not had a simi- Double Breasted Fancy Vests, the
-...e A ',o of 'Portland. Maine. lar attack since.-A. I. PARS-.s. cutest things that ever happened, at
.: ,' t -. of improved wir For sale by Hannah Bros.. 21 South White'-.
i.,w -.r. ,nd- -:rt .nI door-, 'alafox street.


.1 or- -t I'ra v af terinne:oii

- hr I a'k. .f Ne~iti) Ie. M ri
w'-..i. I his 'a Mc('erv'ev
- ,-- a I-a -. 'ittl hav-e' loe--til
%Itha- j ?S. -nhe--s e'mo


o.i? i: a rt t-oo [ai'%- etn!itd -t

It.-IIp~ I e Om ac~s si-I'et!",


WI V


FI'eCiih-ineor Fih-CI Clothini i-
(tual in every r'-jwset to madle-to-
ort der garnirietsi. S.e, tihe- tnew spring
airri\al- at WVhite-.


()Ours is aan ever lu-vy -tor", bect il-
of attractiotni. c'on-tant. variou-. and
depe-lndalble. that appeal too those who
be-li<-ve that "**itii.eV -iioulil buy
,il:r,'v- worth ." WVV it i


Itepiorted D~aily tfmr The News
Mic'irs. A. M Mo.tes A Co.


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n iake- (' Ietttim-"- to order. andi
r. ,r.--riNt k. Cllorn o', .. C lir'a..- .
tire zrv-at, -t 'iircihanit tailoring cen,
c,.:ni ini tht, wo,,rll: s ati-faction alind
p,-ro'et lit .r:iarant-ed. Wtite'-.


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lPepi:i Peppermint Wafer- aid di-
"'.stion. A-k your dealer ,r th lenl.


NolIby HBvyI" Kneee Pant-. with
)oubllle irea-teel e-t.. at W liitfe'-.


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


Peamuthe 11Ine K nd YGi h~a-lAlwaysBoupt!t


(',Itohi!)mn2~tij-atitail-reef iote'td
anid tlo oi! vat ~I t'-


+ es-.'' ma. -t re-ee-ivo-j Isfs
00 f I~ia aI f ta ;11 i :11 L i' 4I"
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l''n'-ne'-at.) C:;llf 15 e f ie
oif Smi or If at- 1,,lcir ( imd r'?ha

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We don't expect you to buy
unless you can't help yourself.
Every Dollar spent in our
store, entitles you to a ticket
Which gives you a chance for the
beautiful Machine displayed in
our show window. Lucky num-
b'r announced May 1.

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Opposeld to Woman Suffrage.
Totir tE editor ofTr DailyNews.
Another Colorado woman has been
found who is opposed to woman sf-
frag-, and this one is not afraid to
give her nanie, her address and her
reason-. Slit- is Mrs. John Otth of
Denver, who conducted a gambling
house on Eighteenth street, and is
popularly known as the "policy
queen." The great Woman's club
of Denver, with a membership of
about a thousand influential women,
is exerting itself to secure the honest
enforcement of the law against
rambling, and the fact that the
women have the ballot strengthens
their hands in this effort. The Den-
ver News, after describing Mrs.
Guth and her gambling house says:
"This woman, when she learned
that her business was to be inter-
rupted, said: 'I wish some people
in Denver would learn to let other
people alone when they are pursuing
a legitimate business for a living.I
If these woman suffragists who leave
their homes and babies to run about
in politics and mix up with other
people's affairs would stay at home
and do what they were put there for.
i Denver would become a good town.
Things were just getting to that
point where business was given an
impetus by the freedom of the peo-
ple, and now comes this crowd to set
the town back again.' "
It will be remembered that "lt t"
Masterson of Denver. in an inter-
view in the Boston Post, declared
that wo lan;n suffrage had ruined the
city by its depressing effect on the
gainhliiitg indu-try. On inquiry,. it
was found that heo was a prize-
fi;liter, who had killed eve ral vi'-
tilns. amli that his own :ainhlin|
li ,;se, among oth.rr. halt been
closed a- a re-tilt of equ i l .utTra;>r-.
A I.I 'E K '{ I ONE l KlII.. K\ .I.

No Right to l'gneits.
TI w"ni'e'n who, is lively in fa'ile.
flrin and tein'r will alway-.have
;:ieilid -. l 4nt oit e w ii would h,. at-
itrsetiv i nin-t keep hetr I:o althi. If ihe
i-. w-ak. -ickly and all run down. ishe
will h** iii vion-, anii irritable. If she
i'- cii'-titp ti on or kidney trouble.
her ll iil0tlr leio,.I l wvill caui-' pilin lf-.
ilt'l,.--. -kii ertiptioi) ins atim a
w retc'li, c,, lil'l X!xi l.;lrctric.Pit-
t.r- 'i- tlie te-.t inedi- ine' Ii I tlhe

w rld to n t'illt' -to nllactll liver andl
kidlnwy- andi to purify the blood. It
4ivr --Inv t I ii i -rv -. hriIht oyV -.
-n!i,,,th. v. Ivety -kin. rich comiplx-
tio'i. It w ill :iiak a i',o ,l-loo k in .
cliarn ini l w n l fan o tF a rlmn-dovvi lll-
valid,. <)niy :,o cnt- a;it \VW. A. I)'AI-
<'il
WV w ii! Ii tllld"' i: .l,: 'al 5,t
I.5 ( nt,. act a,.i make, th'lin 1'--k
like new. ..:..r Lani:iry.

l ,:ll'ifli *.'. .. tlllr t ,f.S ilk .N n'.-
w ,';.r. j i-t *. *iv I :i t \ ,i:'- .

,A'o ref'riFert/or on the
imatirket' can clmUtI those. sold
h/ JM(ar.v/on \- Fi/,ch/. ('all
an/i seC what bc(uties they
(ire.


A he-autiful :;.-- rt-ii'ii' ,f ,,o andtd
c.', t- -pri;T t;1! a t \\'liite'-.
Thti' New ('olumnilima SI -hirt i- a
crackerjack ; t ii- -ea-'.ti's iiew spring
-tyle at \\a ll;,"-.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


LOCAL R EWS


nut tow f',UiiCV~tO
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* 1-'. inia'-'~i' 0
ye-s here'.


WeMl'S




is ha'd enough as
it is. It is to her that
we owe our world.
and e everything
should be made as
easy as possible for
her at the time of
chl:dhirth. This 4
is just what

MOTHER'S

FRIEND ,

will do. It will make
baby's coming easy
and painless, and that without tak-
ing dangerous drugs into the sys-
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
penetrates through the skin carry-
ing strength and elasticity with it.
It strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
pregnancy.
The mother of a plumb babe in
Panama, Mh.. says: I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
highly."

Get Mother's friend at the
Drug Store, S$ per bottle.

The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
ATLANTA, GA.
Write for our free illust:-ated book,
Before Baby ia B. ,rn."


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of T.adies' Waists

We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in thL

city of well known brands. Among them the famous

"(Gri//'on w7/ l/." famous for fit, style and finish-in

fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


dealer or customer can deny.


You


may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Sl'. Cnr.il\ A\

Tm:rI-::IiV INCRE:ASE.- THi: BUSINE-SS."


New I AN UDi i New
Arrivals'! Lfl[O I lN IMDUIU fIti) Arrivals'.
Our Centre Tabie- a's, .- rt,,uinig beneath a eioodly -hirer of :! Newe-t
'I ,i:'m- I Laces :and Embroiderie4.
Swi-s Eld in; a',d E -I'tion. Hamburg ltgii!e. ,,! fIn-ertin,
\'al.nici liac-me" and Insertionm .
Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion.


(erman Torchien l 'egPrinvg,


Apliela La:ice :nil Inisertioni,


I',Pin: de Spreit, Oriental andl Plat \';. I.,i.-.
.,'0) Remnant- Hamburg Edzinv. six yard lentithi. worth 7,. r, ., at ,c.



Sweeping Sale of Muslin underwear! *

One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed and tucked, -iiz- I anid 2., a .. loc pair
Sizes :3, 1. 5 and 1. oilly ........................................... I 5c:pa ir
One Lot Chtld'i s Trimmed Drawers at ('Cost Mark
<)ne Lot Child's Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child'- Trimmed Skirts at Co-t Mark.
One Lot Misse-' Trimmed Gownq at Co-t M..tk.
One Lot Ladies' Trinmmd C(hemise, worth 3:5c for................ oc each
One Lot Ladies' Trilmimned Cambric ( demise, worth 7e for ....... 1c- each

fOBne Lot Odds and Ends--
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Co-t Mark Price.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
--)OF TH:--

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHI,


P. I? N II:N'r i- ri'i.-:-vr. iPV:NM'iitas


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

-::.--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(:


Furniture at all Prices.
V r. el; i, ind : rI .. *. -

aItct-l.ti eshin*i!et- w it' I: t ',-
!hie'-t, ft llilr. .ieiil 'it ', r- ft'"
(Jail ;a l **x: ni'i t 0 .tc ( .
l'ryor's la.ir,.ii.l F lrimu::i> Hoi-' .


tt ittl t- urp:a- all olther m#ake- fl i 1 A-
peanut, com 'oan1ut. pop co rn and wal- nl. U ITIIA
nlut. L AE I
See the nobby effects in Men's :
hose, at MWhites.


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o f 'P sir-e aim :e lan
dlry.


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CASTOR IA 25 Cents
For Infanta and Children. -AT-
Th KId Yes Have Alwap htM ick Apostle's Restaurant.
Bears te ---
Situ of' rt Orders Promptly mitrvI all H ,'-
Signatureof of Day or Ng!At.


lal dozen Scriven's Patent Elastic
seli) drawers at 60 -c-nts per pair, at
White's.


Fish and Oyter; iin R S'yll5.


Nick Anostle.


GEO. A. PETERSONP
Dealer in
B~eyf*3 aid Bieyele Sundries.
Age it 16r hlamer ib'er Ue!ridand*llRacycle
irlv-s. !-ix Yeas. .-zp..ra '-in.ee allIt-
pair flat of I$icyc *-. E asta k-giatt-r..
'A yl#e-^ i ter-. G(unq.fi.:.tNt',malle to
Sly I.Y1o4k. En1-.
12 wast 1ammwng~m Iv*,w.A,


-NEW ARRIVALS!C-

OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


VApparel.


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8 THE DAILY N.WS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


VOTE ON PHILIPPIN ES. :'s
PUre
Action Will Soon Ee Taken on Ma!l
the Spooner Bill. WhiskEi


OPPOSIlTi0N NOT 1'UJI %'7'hI)'d..


dent I Poo iier- r Ito (.4o% ern 1 'I irsipo
rarl!.- I orati.e'r a 4.uilod '.Ia
In. Ba4 ,, Driz~l~e.i~a.




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mi ri,-41 ;n::t'.i t, '.St, rt ut X '.:iI -
41 IllIi'iiz 4 trio'4R310 -a:431!(41! wjlt' ."I''t at

who a- h.-m- .a:' ~f th'.- l'4rt4, '.'-nn
:ik. r ;tiw N i-i.a*1I- -t all Tir'ics 1to 414forld4
1,15 )-ll tI i l'''1I-ain1 I-, prov i01tio -. An
:- nli5'r. 4!'! 4'':an.! at-ivte. Iw' nover
3 i' 4 43,I: T4', 3.3 4.I tdf'IU:w 'tii-1:ret' tr
:a:\ *f is ,' t'..a'-ornn y refert-:we4
wi.- i i c t -I.A ,I;- I t !4 'Iv l ".(n q. I t1 t
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HANDsOM. VA Dec. 81.
I hbae been sufftrirg frt m fe-ra'.e wrk-
mess for four year-. and ha'e t'a.' lularv
ien i ;ne but W,.ne f ar'.i] i l R a. k<-
Praught have done nmurt for nme t 'in any-
thing else.
MRS. ('CAt.,LINE 1'ANS


M 31LIRIA,
( 4IN1%ljotpep da nof what-
4'. v r r n tq'4iii!v cured
! -- JM'IFY'S Malt.
A i'sc~zinlglass of
v. ,,- t4-reC' tmeS a day.
.4.1 and grocers.
!3, a&e i 14414tIOma


( nncernina unini
If ll-Ir'he lry a uzfvlijc~h ls rea lorve
to v.e4 !. I vir oN i j ta(!Z!.:l at IL IW
1-.lr41 tto h, *:nN 4!!l'ti. jVow44d smitis,




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.-~. r on :1 N : t jo*RUoNlt.


tm~e r~'eecuters:ithe unitede
initIates. m !-ouImy knwe sak s111V
Tr I o I f (the- InI whoI t ikes s his 1 : vIttl
jdo-oke "onftine4. t !1heir evfe,wcar
reall Iniah fll totIe ];ernment, t
ithe oit hr, ad tIs ae hn in it'e
flor any141 one o ;lf :th q-1e1clt.those of I e4.*-
fo'ln &' ar I!l- tItlo. -elti'e any diz4s-
tnne ut t is.'a. Nr k tithr(I.-
fiNrnina 11wc cy f'. foir. il what d you,
x4!4'*th&'ab4I vt 'a srve i n t

*'ei-mto I a::i g4t~ly i. 'uat of z:in do-r
e i a- U l:l2 4ltTy IIn NA''.143!,.\lAy
I 4: 1 30' !'W1M t find '':eft outi.' hr'


joke. '"!i. I .1:44thair ..se~r' iee wich ar e
really 114invlabetoLtthe governm:'lent. t
the coat.tiand IU t i neti,,Ide



M-11 1 1); f'oi inroltovetre1' 1nnt.! 4'..
t 2iw outto st.' 1:. Nor '.** thisirule a


Il.'44,21is. :r4' t I '*. -a s 1t r v c 4 -Is n.t r!
-:-A tut l: o- a' n4!44 4ii1 o4ther ro1
t~t' t .1"r g 1 I4' !,4'at )IT4'41 for;1.v rn:or
",w %1;i,; '.'4.) Z l il H t v i4' .-N- i '41414'4Uy,
a ". -I R I \Wt lS i 'ihi W it f5t
to)i' 4-12 lt' .I'4!f1w ti !4t! i1':wh i i~k


I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~c !MI.~*' ,.*4.:.1 --i : I ~ 4) which'li I 1t Iilan -1 to 3314'4with-


1 0:1 k t .2 .4 :1 %1r- wtruha ti:.

... I,-:Iit hlls 1#..4 a loefi4ro- 1114' ,-'flot''for
a iavtio'Ddun.. ~ 1141 Th -~ e. i.v 4'ators
l1j4st iii-4-r~1-~I110a1d141144give it. cou-

SPIANISH MUACKEREL .


Tito, savega- flahelor.
It ha no. lift-n that's. a:i a'ii

Snvaz Itv.' Ii'"431i'Int Cof IIe.'

14p8 !:i ..l.'."tio wo444,urm in peilmTe.
*'E'~.'I3' 'ti 4):,te oor 'en'i 1- a rina
ea114!i411iI4 ri~zhlt fl)xv.'* ,14d the sa-, a-.-


Plenty of I i .on,- t-y. -erve *
in anystyle, a: Nic Apo-tle re-tau-; bcrih to HE > Ews only 10
rant. cents per week.


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it a e'akqI .:ke an'.'a-,.41 er v kind c(I rn wh~e n "lflV zare


th ci n'tveas %,I. :~ t- ilL t is v ,-I 1 V ie t Ca: .i:.itvI It-1 .7.p; I')I
rx% cr ie Ici .Y.e- 1; :.I\ C *'LA. r.,iJ-e L :e TA tf.....r h.4.1a:-A

he! 1 44td.


It is a Il.Ing '-tsl- em, '.'.'1 1, Sk W1 ;%k. t41 14.4' .i
n~n\' % r-- .
is sure. W V AV6' t, ;~:~s.c.ehCen you CL- -At asure nmedicine?
Druggists sell Lamge Bottl~es for $1.00.


TXI C1-iU-CaHM.AN.


T'I ( 'n->.;' ,z" ','l *:.:s.: ". in <.; ::. ing
: ." ,4 1'.- :.. 0 'r". ,- !t.-
!, t, : ; '..::t 7. .' '. I;r h r,:,; -
b; i i "*;i:i 1 ": iT .l : ;l ; i t oi- i -
h... -' 1" the >l" :i i :.
Th. I;. v. Ir. lE, w..r4 I:v :" *t H::le
h i.- ,1 't i i; I T.> I ;1 ., ; ;*' .' ,i'th {:**.,: .:. :. 4 lt4:o 4 I '. 1 h l: *>\ ill
I' !.:'in : tL; | '. l l,.--t, i" n'. h':';l ;lnld as
MI 1. \\ i! d:.:w hIs ';:ll .-:l.;:'y un'il his
denith.
T'hc R .'. Wililaini I. I"'' who '!.;* :1' i:l cininiati. wa1 one of the most
fai:: ,u, ,f lhe ol, timn> Mothliodit pr,-ach-
t ier .t ()hiio. H I- was thel ;uth.sr .of
" (.;'aning!,;', l"r-1 1n IIa-rfv t l-'i.'hls In
Knlittuwly. Ohio nd WVcbt VirgiLia."
The l:-.v. I'ctr Ma1Queci, who re-
cently !at.'rcntcd .'m;Ce a;tt.'nti4n by hi.
lett r." f:-'in I *i- I]'hili;p in .s. ha -s r.'Z: n d,41
the ja;tOi-l'rate if tihe 'oiii;'r'egat:ional
cliurt''h lf '4 dk-c t,, go to South Africau as a war corre-
bpoudeut.
Although the Transvaal is 1.000 miles
nearer the equator, the temperature
averages much lower than at Cape
Town.


ECZ


SATANIC


-- --- -- --- strut".M
This most aggravating and tormenting of all skin the blood, and unless relieve'l thn" h cr.. '* h -.r:;o::.i:: 1s toon :
of this acid poison reaches the sk: i at:! :. .r'e, :,! and i;::ana T .
aimn st unbearable, cspeciallv whvin .'veri.-.'..:i :* ", :- a ..: i'- sk. -en.' ::
:i:pou.sijble, the desperate suffcrcr, r,' ardl-- f <., :.: 's, -rat. ".:e ""
This burning, itching h'.mr or a;'n':.rs :-..-':' : :' :u : 't.e : ""-t': -. :'
forms crusts and scales. Again the -kv:i is ,ir'. ::, ,,i :.nr. '.' .: :* e: -,
S'Ihis is a painful and stubborn form of tie i''
While Eczema, Tetter, IE'ryvipe:as, Sait R .::: ar.' ::. a., ,. ". ,
the skin, they are really blood dica-.es, .cad:n-


ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
N" Tor set trees in sod, amovg wheat or
other .sowed grain. Clover sod is the
wor-t ,of all.
Suic('ss in crape culture requires that
a ain.ty I', sl hctedI that is we.il adapted
to thie- Ie, lity in ul i'h it i> t-, lie planted.
N. f v'-r fa l :, haI e : suo'-f-o' i.' :1 f up-
pi :* h. ,mn,, o'. 1' *r' thi, i'2:-;rfo a
f'*-,', :* :. ,- ia.h f .-v'r;l VUl- ti S Il*'u;y
I,,, >.', ",.,!.
''T h.. ri-t nr, a .- l'-r; ls v ;:l ,:-'aily
d ::,:. if thei 1 ;.h:, tri': *1 ;:n. l
' ....*: v,,,,,l tak-'n -, *t. t i.- ,; v..:l pul-
., .'I :taI! ;i:t:i ur, lirher:ily :;I ;i:'l.
A -:.:.,] ,:" ., ., ':: i ,, :,,. akIt tihe
S',,.v f'-. .<'4" ;'l 4 ; ;t.' h, ;',::':... '-m n.'r
:; l.:,,r tit-e :c.t .':t ;; the same
ilii.',
S.:'.h H I. ::n 11'P. 4, r.,' n ,'! n 'h.".1 sS

a- 1 ,. ; ;-. i '..; ,, v .;-: of l ki:.,1 :!" 'r- it uT ,.. 'Il .. i ,,,r. ; it is d,.i tihe
b .tt1 :


No ( ht'i-civ For Stievems. *


-Wolt .1 4 :'4 i' tr 11,:4t :all. It's hut. oflL
Up to4 11144414'l'n;I. :1'4l PIG..'
W hy. !4' 11:1 4*


WAlTED


DR1. MOII S.AllIays Irritut oq. Aids u


T (Teething PowdcmA TEFTVPTsA Ite',
Costs only 25 cents at A%'oh~sit#F
Obr -idt,2.',...nt- f t.C.*J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS vc.


E. 2?EmSRTT


Wanted to buy all kids of Snoa,
land Fmritor, Nihirckaitis, c.
idsd Br. ?o4. CRON IS SAL OON
So--IALEK IN-o

A *0* Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and \.
A I" ift*


The Best In the World.
We believe Clamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best in the world. A
.few weeks ago we suffered with a
severe cold and a troublesome cough, F u el G as
and having read their advertise-
ments in our own and other papers
we purchased a bottle to see if it
would affect us. It cured us before
the bottle was more than half used.
It is the best medicine out for colds
and coughs.--The Herald. Anderson-
vill, Ind. For sale by Hannah
Bros., 21 8. Palafox street.


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

Furniture on Credit
Moat beautiful line of side boards
over shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip-
tion, from the cheapest to the finest.
Roll-top secretary cases elegantly
flni-he'd, a fine line of china clo-ets.
and everything contained in a first-
cinas fnrniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Houie.
At C. V Thompson's.
('C je's Ladirc' Note Paper. and
E,,v-lopes to match.
('nambrid_,r Linen and EfnveIopes.
Hiird's Pt'archinnt.
Invi!tti"(n PA'.;-r and Ei Invlopes.
Liv-nu 1 ablet-.
Frosted V'-lun antJ Envrlopps.
F'Inli-h Note: rati'i WoV e: Ti,-uie
Paper; Dlenuiotin's Crepe. EtI.. with
.a Z+'lnera/ l "t.oltme>t ,)f s'tutionery.
C. V. THOMPSON.
Noi. 30 South Palafox Street.






-Importers and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese
*-Fancy Goods,-=
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31t onth Palarfx Street,


Laundry Office


PIENSACOLA. FLA


BARGAINS


-IN-


FQeaI


Es ta e.


T~of rajrt- in 'w6.i~t'..-f4ouo
$4000 11111:t-.a'.;
TL4' prt er tY 1 in4 No4w" ( i. %..t(44 l''b'' t
on B3,ig S'. tU 441141Littlo k'itt-Pi'.'.



$6000 .10""...4.
bu:nu purpt-

$ 70004r1 r 1 .,1 4 :4V t.!.1 )Tk
est1 l 7:nn414:1 .. 't 12t.'


$8m000,14 ')?-) 'ir., Y ti.,4

$10 uuupat: 441 14...' -n :wre4:farmi%' e
$90front1.Af! I)" :Alt.

h1I,:iit Eip-til!irtrckfn & #n Co r,


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wa~;~n ANCIENT who used
to burn wood.
ij f.,r BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
wa- the COAL tl at lie after-
wai d.- bought.
i- t':i DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i., tt'e EVIL th-se things
lbrou:,ht to p,-.-.
wa hi-, F< OLLYi in not u-ing
;:a-.


=th- INDTIA N : he do#4*-ui':

JAI hiASS.
'il,'.. J{VCH'(.EN '~IOr'(AS

i-; t ho L.A IUND ItY. lev
I) 4th 'of ',ill c ), .


i.; tl..- N ION EX. i14.1)":

i!. f-ir NOW, Ili'.' bfrat tilfle fI'm

isth' I''ER trie C(lIrIp11iy

j-1 the PRO)FIT, dcWt !inak4-4a.
in i -ttak e.
ti(441i t a!:
i- th" RANGiE yov.'u ))l
buy before Fall.
ia tho SAVING1 yop.i~inak#,,If'
Y'ou doi.
i", thse TIME jand TIZOt' LE

i- th.-lNI) !(-f'limfort
and ttl.rift.
i., VEX ATTI 'N. n.,'w cut!it
adritit.
it NN'DOM in hal''rl 21M


;,.:i-a "T hr. D.. ,lr to buy a

i fr YO '. .:.;-. h-, rv a-

. .. r Z':A I.* -i;'; "y y" n
Wi;: (sA' .


GAS RfUNGES S$13.


NO.3 S


PAL -VFOX ST.


DiINV1t UI I\BEER!


', ly B.er jabi-4 '--y r' Ir,!n ,lul-
.era )ioi.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.


JUG TRADE A SPWTAT-TY.
CntornerRolinont rind flovilli-amre. i. fo.


Cold Weather
Coming.

I t nd -lb arrv- e..o l ro i I
tor brsibr, g joir p....'. 41,1-'#%.


Tompsor. OIseqo


Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


~43. 14 h'.%'''.'. I


a:;. 1 Kl..;' l *. '


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First jationai


Ofr PESACOILA. FLA.


W'I .\k.


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U54 OvOllPr A


VstP' e draw .,:ir 44w?4 A, I I- I*.tIv''~.' 4 ',, -


gH'Ve-,selo D,'banrsd upon the Mows at V .i-ah,. r..*r,- .
Obligatlons Taken Payable at Port of IMeta nata,' Tp u ,r 'lto ..
ftel VeIeju Arrivue stIrj
Aw*Safety Depoeit Boze4 for Raut In Coaner-Ion
with whieh we hawes a PrtvWt Apartvow*w fmr fnhf ro
of R to,*vn



McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

T&S- LL. Milifactwmr of ad RaJuurfenrs fnr .t,

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


MOBILE, ALA.


THE ORIGT --L *


Pi M I~


A P~C:.


BEER.


V. J. VIDOa ,


,, ils-I


Pail J. viafi v Eu 3rhus 1r~
TRY I 8VITLE Of CHRFY i
PHONE 154. lIe ..
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr" b Lelivs'ry to Any Part ',* Ib- It


. 1


Bank


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OF CARO1 1 mI,


A SURE MEDICINE


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4 THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE.
If the blood is in a pure, healthy condition, no ,nu- e.' '.. r :
External applications of washes. 0:1 : n alv', .:.. : ..
inflammation, but cannot reach the dii'.l 0::'v S S r .
S. S. S., the only purely vegetable remedy known, is .X s,.'i :4:;! ** r'T:a:l1::, :: :. '.1 .
skin troubles. It go'es direct to the seat of the di' f.asv, m 1 r;:.:r '. :. .t' : 1 -. i:. '.. :. :
all the organs, and thus clears the system o/ all impurit:4.', t:' : .;: 2: : :. .. ... -.: :
subsides, and all signs of the diaeaae disappe.-r.
Mrs lefr M l' offtnin. Cardi:gton. Ohio. iayv he wa',s af ,c.- I w:I'.a '- ; .
from t,:rth li er face at im es lI caim1e radly e l n that :-h e \I t q:' I .'.', ', t .
anlt handb were verve ore -h wa% treate-1 y at the dotorKts. t -I%. ':'
her r,'s(tche fr Yreha-f wa td,! y van l .ld h 'ciant to takr "4 i" ':" '"
mr,-,pttlr c ure-d. 8,1 hA. v rr h.ad r ttrn of thT di-,'a e Th w- a- .. .. '.
eliie~ .-ihei,4 ll Iha e e1rn in h! rgr c year' agK but Sr -. t:.i ,: '..- :.
It wil 41,) f r 1, .:cr '
;.-en. I fr rourl,)(ok )on BlI 44.4 an't, Skin I -aae", and '.1 it,' ,1Sr p. :1 : .....:
case.; they will e -Cerfvllv ie any intformnaton otor advice m.nted. SVI en ..ke no, t ,..r .=' i. '. hs-, Sa, gc,',s. A
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cJsrOMS RECEIPTS.


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KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

FO LEY9S KIONEY CURE It i
rULl O $arm d Rodoy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. -ad $&.
\\ \. I "AL-1. M IhTE.


~ eC~v~t~by M"edical Pr~ofesswor,
TBoxes- Pcoeet 1),:
'2~Cper- BOX~
I c n receipt (,f gOr,:to


jT#11-ONE Y(N WANT
r N ., -


;a MZ'rss Pinkb3!n. Mor
Ur'eat co'r'espanderive Is
L'r,:dcr ho(icrGTYDszij.;r-
vicifcn,
CveWry wMOmn o tids
cot aantshould undo,'-
stm that 3he 02r& wrlt


GREEN WILL BECANDIDATE.,!
Judge of' Ten Mlile 11111 Wants to Be
VqiorompJ.4'of Chaarlp.4to:7 County.
k i -.-r*: Ap-i 2-P he re-

!.f .Tu !i:. T,. .4 r hay put un.
4IK. K K :1. 8 'y .~aixu ore


10 : ::trvr u 6,t ii ;ii n the state~.
A1:.,1-;.-t t"i'14. lt' hi s frif,11dbAaIlm
ftmt4 ; :vw.- of 11" falilily, lie
luin.'.' Ifr, :'. t~i.'it v t~i Tvn iALI;Hill,
tli*- .ild I';11, 4 i:h.r4 oand au-
iiOU11ce'!'dthv !# i. iatt (4.-4,m(-there tw re-
tunii 148 hi,: lift- was threatcut.d ti.me
aii(1 Ait:t1l.ibut heit'(lid fbi faltf-r ard ini
Six IU'11pitLa=C1 t..1 fit' iji{.''fromi a
wild r!ee.!'t t4) 44111- Of tiit' 1111-;St JXt.'4e4ftfll
SeN'ti. 4115lot the sueie.


freely O Mrs. PAY THE TRANSPORTATION.;
abowAMWphysical con-o
aasUW ,' Alls Pe MC' oAtlaro;t 31myFtirnisla Special Train
AM IsFur the' Veterans.
AllI r t. April 3.-The ctinf(,erate!
V. ern- w at i.1tle.anniau2Uri!imniI ,
A w o m a n at I.unis-viL.':h!' ye'ar may have their
Arnjwuiw woman ~l'thembyt

ham e wib afts aon.. ti'U1)r i4 L"t i t
fidso mw b@tip a iniTil.. man rc,:o .-'ir tuiii
hvjsuueu'e"abotat geliJS day ltftern'Vti in1 thi- ..shzx-tif a ro)u
ef wo dibm. ay oibW tion fr~n iinr. JLm-avi Aftt hi'
h (luti in halt .1! .i -,rn ad Dr. 1Lokinigano l-
pe.lwo o O@IinMP7* I 1o1io thit itt 41 '.'- tl~iei'urt-~imi (f other
citi'- 1,, faivi-li hfrt-- fil -prtI i~d .r
Lyi WU E.r ~ ~ i'vtru-wa~d'xeiiwl~ th.'
a JBIA NI M a11k1Mo m 1 : L :.--01 lag lX4t i r~t~l vlt 11 t
amew Evey neighbor- ot:-1:111. .
heod, *lmn-stever'y;

,'elle Of Paloby dtial. Airnl !.).7' ti ithe' C( lull v ii~'ativ


MEN OF MARK.


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p~1lt land InsurAn-111ce
AGENro.



NICOLA CAr%-SA9
RESTAURANT --0Y ST E RS
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4 Igier ~I74 24W1141U.
1 j.' '~ ~. 74 r:Tv of
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A. M. AVERY,
'i MPtEm Ro Afd"D 4 woEfoaV.'
[MPORTER AND JOBBER OF


OUR


Iron.. Nalls, Axes, Shovols, Saw MIL and Steamboat Sunppitcq, Ccokinj
auddIf eating Bt3ove,, Paint. Oils and Winldow Chaf-? A .II
Agato and Tinware a~nd IHousefur'nlshf-big Go-,s.-A
ftm-Pltol,4 and Fis;h 1;( Tackle.


AGENT for Rirmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Gialt
Stitched Bolting, Northampton Emery Whsel Company, Laftin A Rand
Powder Company, Johns',r'a Kalaomine, Iron King ar.d Buck's Stoves
and Ranges, Ww. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hiae La~e Leather, Mascry'u Ready
MSade RailroT-eV Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


TII 011O11AL IE TUCIT DAZllL B0lil,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENIS FOR

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

ATl'lTho Largept and BH-;t Selcted Stock of B.ttole Whi-ky andl
Wine-. for Family I '.e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.


PANTS!


Said about FAN) pair.- of
long legged, st ort legged.
slim, fat. pusay, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
Inest3. a. they got out of
the boxes and up onti,
our clothing tables.
5(w pair, of pi.anti in ,l**4
day is a good many, but
what .about th:n? Sonif'
are a dollar a pair. goodm
cas-imere pantw. Sonu*
are two dollar- a p1tir.
good c.t--iint.re pant-1.
S(ilo e are tiree, thdillar. a
pair. i.r',.Il t c; -ia iin -re.
panti'. Soni :tre, tw<,.
three'. tiil fi ir i.'llar- ..
pair. good w0,i-ted pant-


W A'Alo Avent for the LFaniiout P;ab-t Milwaukee 'Beer. Free Deliv-
Pry to every Part of the City.
P. O. Box 41s, PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 179.

llSOMETHING NEW
SOMETHING NEWfiE lO 1U/


v. at P'ow( 1xn. April 14. trn-
dor-4.d i VIt-, "e Wrk inii ~iene- Dfe 10-

F4 r If fit-legiiiature.
C. M. i-rf1.0 Ji. 11
H. C. ('Ii ptunl.
I ?~ne.tu count y inventiono.
P:,ciu,- :2-H. H. WXieko, F. R.
i, ~i. It. A. C-edille. Wni. Carntu-

I'r'ti nct 13-3 F. L.. (Iiir~a. Ar-
thur J-ohn-mi. .J. C. Avery. J. Whit-
ht1L -Hartri-.. 3 a-. L. Swofiuliv.
l'rocinct I14-6un.; iKtzien. J. F.
Mi'? ci!.ctA F. Zlm-, 6. Dh-,Ii.Jlva
il. J*'lne4. F. E. Commytol*.. W. A.
D)ux.Htni. H. A. Water-l. 14ni-tf
f *all For Stale (Cionventimi.
for it Atat#- io.rnocratte eronvt4ition 1to
1, z.-i t ak NOI IV. I It. F1a.. TuIVdAB. .1 Wit,
T'h.- Oonweratic party of the' statv of Flor-
id.will ho 4kldit'k a-tate '.n'Otionti t J ackson-
.!, on Iut-i(tav. lune Iv. at 12 nooni, forthe
I ( 04 I~t'Vt~to reprf'.*'ft theta ,fte
it t he tnatlSnal democratic convenltionl.Ito
I-..h.Ild at Kan.-ast aty. MO.. .10 Ir 4. 111W to
,no 1)111)11** cm1j(Iiahtt'%for ttik, ~o~tic+.sof (iov-
#-r )i0I* w .1ju-t ivt 4of ttit. supre-me .Court.
IPii q icI rt rut oT. .Illi ~4,4(f A gri-
,,is nitioj omn4 ,,inut-on*-r for tiin.
t nh f our3-' *ao. fokir ProiiiitonihaI i.:lect-
,.1- iai I 441: iItwrIuiatt%. to it.,' ~ittd jfor at
T4i, l-,\1 t -4guhi4r -.- 4~* .I41.and ito
1.1 z14 e7 4)-,ttitf r mi ..4?t:41: i414* 1iv
I :-I ov.-- hontir.*it vol'...ca.t I'll
.I i4.- ii I l ck '(%4 ho I v
'.4 4 1,' *~... t i : V 4.r1 :it ti.

1.% 1 t til: Il .: 4 I.v if %. or? ii T t
I~. a I III I.. It
I U- Vol- t U.
4 1,-.rill"
I 11 1 h.; to Ilt .It:d
Alitc'' : j. 4 jt


I. '-.: a 4 alt'.~
Ku'. 4If4 #I. it 7,..
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HEIBERG BHOS. C O.,


Wv Il lRO0CILI S0LE IEI T FOR


Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.


SScrew Worms and Ticks .


SSLOAN'S LINIMENT
i is vted. Also klls a p'avin, Curb rr Rpint.
a.t. ,. or ur and -o rt lnto n
C.:ttca nd7-hctp .. ... . ..
SSW,'.I ii b 'a-. A.it n itrr...y it -: .r.i ,,
aind ..ol.c. It ,the . ..... .. .
Best Antiseptic Known.
FverrNt'e it iwarraMted. Sold by druegists and dealers
4- ge a...v, l--rAysaze,3C.l HorseIaet .,50. and $ixo
Prepard by DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Bsto, Mu,. t


--EVERY DAYi-


buy pants for adrer-


tisin( I pitpoXCX-t1)sou n


H:ALL & KLEIINIS ea, H ''Z "'


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
"]1reloptl3okxo 848.

CWyPatrous, New and Old, are Cordially Invited t) Vi-it and Inspect
their Imniense Stock.


TIME TABLE.


LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
IN JFFFECI'.IANI'A1'Y 7. 1101K).

12:A5 w1)o01 1 1II:21113) In I~'Leve j4flvn~arctIa ... Ar I- Iv 1 4. 1.7,p tit 1 :44a m
2:15 p it% 2:74 ii tIg It t Arrive F1,,Y.mttq.4n ArI:iv. Z p4* 11'4 4 2;X) a81II
1:12 1)11 3:41T) aI& II Arrive ..~. M 111 t- A i'iv)' 12:dk 41044D 12:2111 night
-:31 p ii 7:1111% in Art ii'..' Now 4Irt,-anS A4I'..~ .:..;a 111 7:15 pptit
1':1 11)141)6;1411 t1III A mvi'.e m441.l im ry Arrn'..I'I11.It) a III 9A:1) p In
'x4a 111 7:10 1p tit Arrive Ni-hIt.II*- At rivt- .'21 a8I 14101it:'W Inl
2 171 114 48::Wa it A I~r1'.4 I 4414-1I::. A10:1?p in It aIn
4:, 1)1141 7 a46lt II Ai'.* % 4 tl I :a% 6 4045 pIII I 01p II
BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
No. !. N INo N o. =1.
-t :5 n I t_, 7:to' a In .. 1.a'~Iti~ p fit t":311pvIn
J.-:.S14 .714 1iItztt 7 :.'xa tit M I ta.i ,' *Pe III5: It pin
4.4 :3 a4In !#:*-.' a4fit i eFumaik MSpring- 1) 111 2: 441 1) It
#4:I P. a1&.41 I,4Aitit IIIIa 4 411414'.*v: It 111412:57 p tit
7:.oi a 4III I :1J.,a tit Matrie 4I-1tillI"p 411 12:cS115.-) 11 o
1:, it4III 1-:1C. n~p,.,n VI:'.. r 1!4ti1mi 5p In b14:2!) itom
I :I.: p 4I1I.i'aII1. 155 .1) 111i
7::..-) p tit j .ack..,.IviIl aI.?:U: n


isv-BEERS, ETC.,z(:


IN NVOO 1).AN 1) G;LAS,4. 1, A I''; E' O)I Z*s M A ,1,(I. '~A NTlI I- IlFA


ALLIGATOR


- Al T IIr-
.vi ~*i-r^y *


pants that are made "of

food goods: pans /prorided

with all the comforts of

home: front pockets, watch


pockets,


money pockets nights in


case your wife want.s to see

if she is eFetting half ,,f

]onur income) pistol porkv'/v

and refresh ment pocket.s.


W1[1 1[1



WO PIN8S,


Slidi a- a r',wk pl:iin *,r I ni cy pst-
t'rii-: for $2..' tI1 t t \ i l k. ,,p :ti i ; aM .
b)die i il It i lli ,' iii-! 7- t4i8t!v- I,,
w .-a r th!. I1; .. t1 1 i 1 i ;.,- r. ;:! i ,
3 'i I :.' ,l in- i f. .l '


SALOON


p. O -i;tUnion DlIept ;!i No. ,


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor. "


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lhI( R )1'.,IIlli.. 501R1'MASH.
-YELL I WM'FO)Nk2 B YE WHISK~Y.
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ArFIA\'TA BR&AVINO C((MPANY S
ICELEBR~ATIED) %- i:. i.B~


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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

looms for Rent by the Day, Wleek or Month.
311, 312 North Tarragena Street, Opposit Unioo Depot.
0O-Telephone 68.-0 **
'O -,.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.:,*-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
F-. ElH VEGETABLES iRE!Il8 DAILY, INOLE3AIE1 All RETAIL. --
S'I,, 1 .. Pensacola, Florida. I "a '* r "W


THE


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The B g DO!d Town C'oli:er',


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


-N ELECTIONS

THROUGHOUT WEST

Kunicipwiities to Name Offi-
cers For Rneniing Terms.

HEAVY VOTE BEING POLLED

Fight .414.-tm-raalii Are 'Made on l"cal
l%%utbo- In !toan'- Iftanvan However,
It Is !St r:(-! lon Politleal LMur.u-( i-

Ct' ii _t .'l..Apr,: 3.- Itlbri!;k xv.L-r. a-
p -1t .l1earl y i! 1, 7' 1- cta f .
Thp "rat-~~11T. NI I i

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0. 7 7 1 7. 7' -It.. -77 -a
41d 7]7i. .-.....'. .7- .77. 'ii
- It ~ .:77 e:, :7:. 77>L.V 71

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ra0lxa lr-Vi7.--- ~haL'. b--'U t:foa-.alref the
atnuloigi. A heav i*. i.. Wa'-
MAY..r Davis! S. 1), Dma-rat., wit.-.a
N~uiugar:17.r. lt-j-!'lt~ii-au. Ald.--macu.
.&M it(k. ilIr U7toiv 7.x
In i,:agn-iim City.
K..~.C:i-1, A;.-ril .l The d.ar
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Habitual c'&izitnpvatvzi1 th d o
through which maitti- iif tl;- -er...t
ill-% of thle biclyTire adin::t.-i. 1-.-
TYR.'-4will Te-l1]ive andd are thii ii -,
tressing coudin.-in. Sold !-.If d.- HAni!.
Bros.



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t hema. Tit.- ri ??7it i11 tO. 7.s-%,>te-rv i l.-
faminllMT isi tti It,,-i jitw;1 t.1
3'0i. hJe.-.b
flrfit-cla~as. m 7~i4.2tt iaterial.- fill
ftfor time -,, (kt- iuele-viu
muicbt put 327l7AWhC.-1thijrriw. XV.
he ha, cot c, a i-0743 i-i--tvb.- 1-4 rited
with. ut v'1z-1Ili,- I iat woinderful
puiceP. wii.-ro. lie k.-i-i= Ii ctiowh io;
.-ve-rvtl lig ti m-d a fit *--,at ~toimv lc.tu:i i
=Iiecuaz t 4-r -uppoyiij imy. ate! 4 in-

ablce de-~ctiptian. d i-played ?.it that
*-vt ry ;iurc.I7h..- r cat t -iectat will.
ind adll-of the choicte-t and b.-t to ha-
I Iu nd ill nitv imarke-t.
This i-A itti TI tltttof [incv. hilt th
tiatin. utivarttiht.-d trinth. If -%4tu
(Ulubt itt. itt t~ia114 t-ts1211 lta!t (j~iav.rn-
mvtlet-trt-et aid thci-.taivjneeqi.


Ot .ta T tiw He a!fnitin our letrn
tit-w 1 i Lmw t 31. I.-: plicC-, low a-

Thke ,nce-st a(P7 d11 inoY s,;yl-
iyli lime. frud.v and mat-
ti-ne'-v ever exhibited in I'e1i -
XveuolcL, atf Ifarston A-
Finch's bif/u rniture house.
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We are Sole Azeiit% For
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Iron b lied 'deq /.v I -e (.001.
rmnit~rqh'ean'? durable -
/list u ItflI" I I necd for
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,onl 4-)~/ Cin hs awl(sc/c(-t
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MARITIME.


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F S !-. NPW York. Tex- Aand Machiss for
tlamuton Itind..
fIt- sa Rspizvta~!m. .l ihn-:on, London
I t b k B"I t-a s!: t ro.'.VI' t ta. kjenflon

Was g !!P C(l.,1t'imt... -'77:'. 1 iuTchKi~la. h'
W*" L,. %N i ~t:3n c&t_-)f-.r Ijartolt 't .114*
sft sa w% trimt)o-r. rotI u..Iat $14 -~t
inatr-. lounvowsi .AC- ft,.- Lt..h on. v itb:4-
ftd.'.i-...f* -.ew:' timiii. valued
NAit iii .::ni'. :-. i"-:NI, Pv 47P41. Co lf-r


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Nor Bytrnos. -. -. ?v... o Hit H, v.,--
It ('0911611. 4-1. Pk'airo-n1'- I for NatIl s
.Nor &.ozijuim.rda .2to,~ ..i.I)i,irui-r
It LBut- (CUgi II, 1,-7. Iti rsor.-t lit, to o(lt-ru
kSwed libalwai, 1-17., iu.u.drall. eld for S-t
I...rt Kan-lS o ;-.-.c-s.7~77,Gotcabes. to
.N.ir Ei-.i-r. .P'09,AnI--r-c'.z. to c'rtior
Niior I-rmm~gtt Pt. 4'%%elt. It..ltz1- to ordir
%or bltoit. )cLri-i id for Itosar!(l,
-Nor Inudia. i;.J*-iiiiti:A, tohi Ult .%aIVl
14 t ort- Co
It Luigi& F. W.8. Caratplsca to W 6K -y!-er &
CO
Rut L4oul.. (7:1. jsns-;oo-i. toW t3 Keyse'r &
Co
Nor Mttrznp'tr-. l:i. Oinson. to Beaan'.
1-mulwo,i.y % 0,i
%eofr Norm, 11'04. M iike %#-a. to) Pi-n-,ac.)IaL
Luu11.111tr 4:0
No~r Fri fteel. -.a..rioun. to W S 5Ki0yitt-r
It $?a.1n4-wra. l.Vt.to-ior, to) It )'-aoeo Hruisro
Nor-u~ridZaIIA. Iaan.tci Pait-is'it. Do% n-
It TIri-intom. 71,V7,. is rJ.-it. cid for -'r.li-
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r riti (,u-tav It::.. %,7 Witricorni 'htireii:7
P1ti'ti.:ia. It. .o7;.'*-'id 'hBa!i.ol1 '2M atior b !4
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(.trer. N or. .%id Pit --1 I7 -.c11
t iteta nt .atiu.:a ItE. IM, sti. itd ien a
K-'ntet-,crt. Ni-N -A1-jir-Ik4?M(1t March~
johou I r.z-.Nor.,olit 4l intImt ipt-snd Nov 1P)
Johaiint..No. m-1,1Tmi-llturg 3ioi !1
4.unmMatogarst,'mt, t~md id Capt- Own
Mabei. i. t.%ialdi.'110P.March -.'
MarcelIla. It. '.1. Hambaurg. Nov ;;
M lii l. tu'i iti. d 71 hsrtm-i-,'a Feb :-'I
Monte A. It. Nw. -1d Mar.'e-ilhe% March 4t
43sit. Ru%. d La "Alltacs .bct =
Flom- .r. G-r. I317.;. at Lotndon Sol4 ,reh I1I
ernflof-i-tior John-ten, Nor, s ~d tilstol


'haititA. Nor. -ind 8-7th MIch 14)
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B .d Eli Ben Ri'i-overed.
SAVANN'AH. April 3. The body1V of
Harley S. Ve"' i!t, pkr-..r, if rh r.- t amii r



ao '.t's. w .i cmirti-A -zincideONf dI-.

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e. M d s %l a n 11 Aah.

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nor t'R-~o '7t rit:.
%1 .~ will ht, recpoa-I
s.ib.e Nor d~t'tt contriteted by
the crs-w of smoid se.


(.. ram-'


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AN OPPORTUNE TIME.Cn Frid
Commeindable Zeal.
"Say. oldl boy." F.ahl the young manC h n II F
as he sthook his friend by the hand and
handed aver a cigar, "I want you to be
the lst 11,n.1. -!,,,..R ack et St(
"Thou'it iher father (jl,." said -acket St
the friend. w ho uunler.stood the situa-
tion.
Not f a i i* o f' I'\ rNt -<-ive his X nttXa14 rit,,OC
bltsslng. a:nd < t art e to it, marrie.l d00 UiPr n 6c4 JUCCSSV4<
next i:;ihnthl a;nd live llihpp'Ily ever after-
ward with t]e old folks." S T ]
"YoU'll Lave to ..h.nlin." sail thi 1


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"IE x 1.1110 ht re 7!S i.zto) ex-

girl i_- nil right. andi~ I ala :all riwght; if
3.4 ',1* 1*! ,I Ir I' 7. 7I I I I ( l )1I0-- 7!"1
ittit Le stIernI wi I.)a rt :het; t ( I. di! (I he '

Ilk :i 1 1 : i 1 :l 7lasit -7i777- to giVOI
meLi:, :w di~ht .tai.,nd it v;.iiild i e a
Cold ii:y v 'i' It- I g 4 hi -~ Wl, whe&n
we hail that 17127'.A ,-IiONVWAtrU Inttt

t eI7 .!, iti !. 11:. I r i 7:1 I 17771 hft a Ut
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at Wh,*:e.t'


A !'nir It-altntion.
iiWv:,.t is 1)1bwrpot Iim tt*.,t :oofl Uncle'


i & Cos SP"C 'OTICES.
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The Great Selection in Our Mam-

moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



19 Our [/Yilliq ry Dbpartmfrt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec- i.
t~in we re hoingthe i


tions we are Showing them in
Ladies', Misses' and Children's


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OUI 5SJOE DEPARTIE$T

,:~ir~f+1c ith1741 TJcand y~Mnfha-'in


.. ......... i iW W oAA All Y W- L04 .11 AAL VA LL

for yr and vr gnoStyles in Ladies' Misses' and
Chc.go Ror&. Children's Footwear. See
Her Be1et Friend. *
"I"h Is a am ofovenne-Prices in Show W indow.
lip-She Is a dream of lovi.liness. .
Heor fl4t -'Friend-Yes, a mince pie
dream.-Cleveland Plain Deah-r.

"I think I would go crazy with GENTS' FURNISHING
pain were it not for Chamberlain's
Pain Balm." writesMr. H. Sta-HIN EPE T!
plston. Hnrminie. Pa. "I havebeen btId |
aIllicted with rheuinati-m forseveral CLOT ING DEPA== lRT T !
years and have tried remedies with-
out numb-r, but Pain Balinm i- the
hbot mbedieine, I haiv ot hold tof." We just received a Nice Line of Men's
One application i.liv-.. ithe p,>in. and Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
For sale by Hanniah Bros.. '1 S. Pal-
afox :-tret. Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-

Nobby (ihildlrn'- fancv s-uits for ingly low prices.
early .-piing, at W'hit>'-s.
,.x,,-,ro.s No,,.: The Finest Selection of Carpets,
All cr.4ditor,. losratio-e (ist ritr ;tm s, an d-
nil a-tn.er p.-r'o n7 im.nt-:g ii > nm-. .. ii.-
-" :"s !"";it u -':": .>r .4 ..r ,'- Mattings and W window Shades
.I-(o i- ,,',. lire Ii 7U il. d to Iprfet'nt tin'in taI
me hM; !.A;n wuyi-.ss.
F.<'. HH P: VT.,
21ni-olw- w x..<-.utr. YOIfRS ANX[OI'S TOI PLEAI-:.

w-*r, 't" "'' i t '-t .i-COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*


uItr i22--anit tmi k cllt!) M"" tandc
%- iv tj. ?l I. lesJAd it4 )f4 f4t- NV 1IllLf15'.

Room Mouldings
ili;tl a!1 s~ dp.-a. plilti anI fainer. at J.1
1'.. Ro'cs & CutS NO. 11 N. I'alafox


W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY,

.M B. E .,t It I :IA1:-E .L ATH ; I..L.1:S I.N

LUMBER, LATHS,


SAWED CYPREBS SHINGLE2-'i ii-Drict Ei
PENSACOLA. FL~A.


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treat@ n 0Jb7j~.kOft. Teorna. S


*purps for c Ie,4I.7#ur fit hogiri,"
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*n3-Wr-E HAVE JUST RECEIlVED OURM+


Spring Line ot' Up-to-Date D;res Goods.

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


27-inch Z.-,phlyr (iiLh:in .tinr
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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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DAILY


NIEWS.


.0-. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4, 1900.


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


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11_ v.!1itc'rt today t,)h. r n againarut

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aiii h'rit attofrneyl. The emAse was t-r(4 ied

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tin. ijail h'rw' i'harged wit, (the awithin
tIvnmgu Lboiunsid ndBMier and bnear
t, he uex"e't Aptil t-okue liuba. brofyja th
lai ApnI. rthivuoring iiand strmad godh

Ii I''fitt to renttat- :Jail.e'rie

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W.,Jrk.it i.4 i~opedA djtuf v a fit.me

II i' h ardly more han iuiec rt- a-


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4.4 ~ ~ ~ ., Mond.l. s' '' 1 .hi 12.] 1-


P .:~'' !.:''- at \X'hi:e'-.


LED BOER TROOPS


GOVERNORSHIP CASE


IS WITH THE COURT



He Commanded the Transvaal Arguments Concluded and De-


Forces at Bushmankop.


cision Is Awaited.


DEPARTMENT SURPRISED EXPECTED AT EARLY DATE


(. H,4ivir ati'1a lru -cd. of


Court Fake' ('a'se1Unde'r Advisemient.
Interest ('enter,,in Pro'e'lt-riw'a of
Grand .Jury at Franikf4)rt -Seersal
I ndictiatnts Lookedl For.


-'ivr *.AI -i'd. I u \inca it Iw AprI~, .~:il 3. -A dia 'ki'wi lit


Ii .'l:, -. '. .&- Ca ...111 1 Xl .1,-! Ik ".A l pr'JhrthlIVtomoitrrto A t th" .iOnj T
t, 11. S. uf the -i'L'umfTr4 Lit I i- flight yi'(. .;.I-
N, ..iI IIII.II 's:- IItt.11 h, tI fr antaken llium.Z lu-avien'ivrt ahul tht' JIIl.-
u('l1 fmIIA !4l 2 11a 4-iii~jiiiv III III,, are-81- u11wx imifii od*'ring tilt- 1sx'iWiitlU'slk,-t
14411lth lt3'* ss tIitlt!.it, nimSstjli Pendling a dtiviion jltit4t-ist ('tiittr i ill
Afl* 4' 'a 'it .141111 .0 11-it a 'i'tt too tilt' thlt. pro :tN'.HUi L iA f rh" grand jur ,'vla,
CulIR' to r10 re' it (oilall 111 ila r % .,);)4 'rlt i ( '11. Franikf' art, which is t'xJ')&'ltO(1tI eie i' llt 1'i1,

q lailo l l it. 1k r a' ia'i*-Olit.th r4)in lt ibs~t with thol-Gi telwl 'as''. 'lhf,~ 'I 'is i
fmrwe t k- agnt. atid, like'the French af lyth 1vt4t. wet'kNi. I'rexlwudfa
5.11(1 (tma'iial tlt't',lw livvtud iti ) be Uovfl Iinr Taylor L vis 'xcfedtoil -IA)-'Ta~t
litipling the kouLar lwvv"Nill s's'har vtmr wav toaluy fr. tin hi., bonrn ili sl'an4A I


Ifill''.J~t tatu~'1(5Atn'rca n '~1ud F'RA X K FORT, Ky., April 3t. Tht-
til' sin' 3t~r jaiir' ~ ui.4~ ~ Franklin oonuny grandI jury has istgull
:t.rmiy nms a private at Fkort 1..eveiiwortb. work. The phyvaciaus who held tb# au-
Kan. opuy ioenGOuviernor Goebel's lhisdv wen,~
With1inl thr.e eavr.. W'twhinan padowd the principlj. witnoew"~ t4m'L.IV enies-
thritlgh the lict'*vesov grades of priva&'., erotic Attorney General Birt'ekiuridgm.
Clorixoral. taergtoewtand 811.1 lieutamaft applar-od before Judgp Cantrill texda
anti1 after .dltuiuzing A A4. imihhiionl hist and "ebed that he' be ritu-.sgnimml, dat a-
prou~t 'f4im t4Wi wasrupit. t~amey ge-neral of the ';tate and be per'
Ili dtIs Re'ivitiman wIL its M luated fruwm tit-ed1t) represents the OllUflumnwealth
the' Fort U%6vnt'nts'mrth ;akvalry and in-, in (aim pending betflre the court. (ion-
fu&ntry 144iiistl. MUd 14fl-1' a few yo'urs was eral Breekittridg,,, aid hot bad awtrniptel
ssi~igiiad tooduty Ilin rth A-htxol as in- to. notify .Jadge Pratt Elf tit-- miai'si.mbu
-.trhtcLuar itthedeItxmir:iietsitt 4nilitarY that he him Isteen uitabha- to l'm':tic1him.

Ib- 'Is i .t ttja -t1141t' fitl hits written AGUINALDO __IN SINGAPORE.
four m( itlt vi' A,4 it 411.41lit Ow NutijN' tt 1)e4i
mll4iLui''. art. Ahtierlea us Adopt Neii Mllit Dn In
The 'w~ar di 'iwai' lit illi~d.,rtvi'4(L' st'ld 1luIg A1*ftii Iteb.'i.
rteport rt-vot'ntly 'fn'mii (ctsapiii Re-ichuian. S-%%; FiAt.,isi-."o, April :.-'New, fromn
'Th,-r-pirt that lh.i was fighting with Philippim-es nroo'-eived 1liv tilt- traii'a!ooo't
tin,- B'M'rs %-.a-.%aa%t:lrt Ii:ag amt''iou~liveleat hr'nNow tatAmnl Iii
tI. th,- olemiartfinti'it. ('ajmaitali kithuiallSeiLusostangiaouu
i..t ill othli'46tfV ci'rte with the, Singaloort',, and t~it(. Ni4galo .ro' Iou;wrs
L nitr-4 ttR go1Vf.'rIirI.I1!'T111id such an ninkeni.n 2'ltion oif thf' faict ard pubhlis
lt111O1 Ii,' digh t brig ,i grae lo-iitervio,'w, with himl. Advsices 1sv the
ThII jl.. ii ngr'- *.Sho~rnidauz lso state- that tit(-Aincri~ali
gRRM"8 111O hav dop)ted(1a flew -e'bot-nifeof
hiajdted au'ti14''11 illAdjtit~iitt (i-"rml raliux with the insurgents. Ever
C. erisiti. tule afi Amet.riv'an L'tmluii-saurvtrain 'ar
'S i~I: I it iii.: niit. ,-id I th' f :z t'. all vl i c' attacked', or anyi'sf n*til 1t- p ac'.
'';.4I. ''i i'"'ti'sI' 1441'. 1I 'tilltti 6t ful na .t uv*'saret- iturcd risl aind rn eloslse atI.
li''s' ~ltf i1fa~1 l4'1I~rllil llt'I' i 'lo-r!'tili s sciit ttftt'r tit'- icrzfxam1415'.rh Il

:.1~~'' ibw~ rht- fe~ll-' ar4.1evosrv livw thi rt'I''.1,n erse ;x t, ia't's- loorhtl
.~4" I jll's''' *.i~iil. ..''' ~i I ?~ *14411 v t I l r" k I :. .114A.v'e -si st 'h.v ia
!~e 'sffs~-'ii i: w tin Ia, It-,114 1141 A t llll tPa:,th''...lr ai i 144Uliattt a
's''a- Ii f i~ I"i is.-lot t!).,! r11 1. aft ': iri u 'ftIi' uh il the il"'b iptaiull fWit
Il.-i l Q r *,,%;.1 %;?1., o i! i- IP N *lilnUin-1.~ i 'u'-i w d N m t livhjti
:il TI-TI14 '.' I 1 d wetI atlt'r
:'VItI k ,tt Il r rm" Th t i,' f'.: i rt e N''s't' -i1 t) h. r t m~
tT tii- xa, lit 1, :itriv -I:, that the I-, b UIItr11"


us. el! 'ma~r~tiil ..it i t, ot- ir'e'ta If i1' AsI Ii t'rt~s keep-4 the 3tIl
's' ii'*I 'urnit..\Ii''s!h'4!] to. ''i e'.ltliy. wards oMY disease amid tni
fr, atht Ii'sii- iu' i-r'.at it lNO Ia iii' treriltth and energy. For -ale'
fiut trii, tnra'tie Ili. Jo-mifl. lt',I B'i-f \',' III,- by lHannahi Bros.
-:Ill Ii'.ldivii a ii mT'el jlI 1i- i im i'1.-t- tit,---
1U1ticlte S! --.%- vm wet' l nPfliord to sell *titcI


PREACHER QUITS PULPIT.
I'hretw Wa.ter on (C'ongre<;tlioln .,oad
Ilisrriedlly Ie.ave T'owia.
M in proi-rs -at Knoxvill -. S 'windv ilitp]
tiltre WtaN is iist iti i al 41 ist it'rt*il.t, at
ltic -'l.o.' of Ilhit -tiii i u 's service.' iri t llU
Me. hlim(li-t htur-hih MNir. Mornll ,if C1ili-
'.t'r-ville, swhio had ilbcn '-. e.iductinlg thl
s,-rvwEl' tlhre for the flalt week., <1s d
hi- *a-rinon, l" wa.sthing Ih- hanidts I11 tIll
pulpit and throwing thi l water froiij
th.ln t over th 'oingret'grolhI. .ainyl ;at
thl saime rimtn that he wl.-lit.ld his handed
,of thlt piple, of that townl; that hat-\vou ul
have 11o llimore to <(lo with il III, tilta he
',,iulel Iinev-r prea-ith altnoi r ,.<-r:ieuo
th-re., that h- would go lon hi wv;tv in th
\',s il' aH1'I 1Mllow tilt-in t cI th1r-'.i ,ie
th.n ii pwkei d uip lis I l ;hIt nill ,.',i atiil
v.-.ilk'd ,'i -lahirl nin th.- 1l.., r. Thi-
wai-, lhrin tih,- midit of thl. -,rv'', .
Il 1- -S.1. th liT v;1 'V:-:,i. r. ,hr t.,.k
:.l-..t th :i; t< l,,ii ,tf ti.- inl:I- *-r'!'. .a nd
,ll;.i v\'rall thr,.ei .- wre n i 1 ;ti;;.:n'r
hlin It i- alem ) i 11 thlia h, hurririalv
1. ft ). It l .
RUSSIA PREPARES FOR WAR.
I.ainl ittii ed iel -'lor''ce .r' lil tt I *; Imid'
e.il l I'or %w r i i,. *.

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ID.V. a" l'.l"' i::; .ct'd i*i from M I"uphis
thI wo f k.
rtii wee k.


high 'radle Clothing at such cl4oe'
price-? Our answer is pure and sim-
pi-; oluir-4 is a modern store, coin-
-tructed strictly on progre-S ivp
phl;ns. Our Clothing is told on the
-inalle4t .margin of profit, depending
o i :1 large volume of business. The
iimri Clothing we sell te greater
oir pilrtha-jing' power, th lower
our p;l i,--: th;ii' t!.e story in a nut
.ttell. W hite a.

TO FIGHT BUBONIC PLAGUE.


es're Iltary of Treacisiry Sendle l'rgent He-
Iqu"it to Co(ngre.s For $i -N),K,00.
WVAI(INIT4)N, April :l-Thhe se-T'tar
3f the tr-'a.sury has :-lint an urgin't. re
juest tto eonf'el Nto iniak.' .',tMN) ilm-
mediately available t, enabile th i marine
1i,-pital service to tight the. plagu," and
theirr diseases that lniy appl;ar at any
nieltunnt. In the annual '-sti.iti l)-
nuitted last l>.- for this purpo1-e., ,ut it i- alridl y s'.en
tbal this I i ountl will bI lieI si ffi. 'int HIial
thaut a largp fnnd oumht t-, 1w. r-aldv f.,r
the nlirgi'ncy wifhliut d, laiv
IDr. W yi liti 'i ys th t i l-l- 1-1i111i:14.
' "I n ha.s ra,*' .! .. n rf;>ril ;it Srn
1 ',i' and thlur ti,.. ir!v I-,- ruj, --
' i"... of v l U',w f,.v r i Fl"n,,i' a lii
* ,r I ;'lo **-it - I; .; '. : ;T : i '
L. : , t.
T !'> -riT' tf at? ..::- ~ i- ,f :',*,f l ','. --
r the. xp, :,r ll lr' ,,t 'i ;i'' !'" -,lr n i-
fr n i ih, appor, u! i'. i r t n.it, ; i ,.*:::: .
;hiili V ,' ,',:i ,ipiir..d hl,* i th -
a;;.l?*' ub 1-m -l ,lIir','d. tdlll : 1- sll'! .,;
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CELEBRATED pr:u.- ..
and fr I
Co: [ :


.e.- MR s


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CONTROVERSY IS REOPENED iEAV I
hleY-auson Atfair le-wittate FIGHTING


by Mr. All~en.

rt'tary AlIl.,it I ma-,'AAI Iiii- att- ,rzev .y
c-:il LAo furnin-,h rh.. 'iiv- 4l-iril':l!t 1b ith



a q) q~ LIS 00:11 *M.i.r1'. 't1- 1 'uCap


ki til-~~~ Ar~ir' ,~1'


It


NEAR BRANDFORT

Boer Force Attacks British.
Inflicting Severe Loss.

FORMER'S LOSS SLIGHT

British Were Lo-ling (.round 'heIen He-
iforterneiuto Arrlvedl- IlsmrT M.t.in-
taiu Their Poiltloui at \% ite-rwt rk,.
Roberts' Heport.
PiET-TutA. .A1 :il :3 --Th'"r ha- l-'b.t
heavy fig ht!i. ~1 .\..- n l I r-t.1!ilfrt I
IBl') -in, tn ,iiin Thb. \\.1Ak,.r-:r.,-"i a ,;Dl
Erl ,-wlc"mn ,xAi1.i ,til '- ,.i t ..- 0 lint
ish :l- *,lrdr v' tlh,. :, 1 k \\ ,'h !wav\
ln ..


tA w ,- iri i- i.iil-1 h--o!iiz1tm1...
.1 4'.1 :' 2 11 IVV'.. :1"-:1 .I \j~ tI-(mWlI) he-ld viltiteIll--'.11rl: T -141-i l-intops
1-iaa.- !.1.. sthl lf I-' A 111 4 ol t I II' II IIIfItla li. W1hIi' Ill, lh't111-411job-4
_I % mo-'In V: I''' U rs %wire ',it thei. imI-it.' lA,- -of !I


A: PIt~14!: *"A n ll'-I' 11mati 'ii s'L i~5weiv inon' tmanlt i'IcIi;ta Ol~e ir--mit. but.
-, 1111 10 lif-d .4, -;(III-' v U'1.ff iitro -ia 's'.i- the' filial ri-suit 4of 1. i ge jItiaisg 1-0 l'-
las rud ailt-, i. N' 'sl' ue i known-tihe.'-e. T' rite f-il''III i-- %%w4flhlt'
killed and wtrntidtlel.
KLEIMS LEG WAS BROKEN., Reptorts freimm Branid", ort. r, eui -,-,.'t Later.
.State that 2.4U.A) ft'l.-ral atacn1.ekec 3t-4 i'P
flor-w Critiii4iippld tleiiIhthi-. .Jke3 British so*'stutwftilly. toutt hat UJ.IJoi

Mi"'jpij'. Airil.~.-Yt'*#i~~ ILS fb tdora& were CouinllIIId I eint, r.art
c~~'~.rsu.~ial fr tinand batai. punishing tnh. PBntish s-4ve~rt'1v. Thot
st Mo'g aiii -4-~ .ii Tho L 'ydkls(awn-ft counts, w.L,4 slight.
*!.'atr andia m';gzu ana from c'arly iaforn


lior'.'. r- 'IslrgI t prirl'IEuruTa' 'n.1`4r

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htl',4r1 sI'W ll I-h:/.L).l.',l' i E 'm 4'i1'
,t's44 at.r ti hIllil vct il,' t_'i tt' '',,- N ~

liarlt-Iiss in.nki;ile' E au i l'iihei

bl--d iheiitr 'stall and altte'r i a .ait'fixlex-
alina1I~tioniiiDr'. lillenbtlhi 6h t,-'ifled that
she coul.11b'hi, iet! lout tor lal'awsliug p01'-

St.-epla-cha".t( *l'scl'ty All Mork. while '
-'.h~is'ling 'Thiomai-s Catrt-Ys's itill) r "he--
nil'r, 's'l'-; thirmi'n 1411andJic kt'cI up ini ani

ANNEXATIONISTS APPEAL.
Iai VI (' il Cairr' 'ITheilr Figh~t(to thme
Suaipreame 0 i ratt.

lasi' thant g se.nifm il)ho ll4.,. Thic willl
oarr''s'thu' lillit ('iIt, I011-' 'ujart'fili. t''urt


m14i tltl i'i t-,t Pelr's' tO m~.J:il''F"ll'i
int 4111' fli cii h' l'l'4t -ifiz ,it ft is-
-tl*1a f*,I-r1tilill 11113 the' la's'sve'r,; -4t
Oiat Ht-hi' urt 'sill taki, it upS inl tit.'iio-Xt
ft% thai v,.-Allbofthc' lawye-rs 'stitoerep-
ro,n'citc-cl this' (itv' lt-re, ttihli atpf~ir isefort
th-- supremfle c ui't andi arg.Zut' at length
Th'.y b1t'~ hti t ~t li-je. ii IIpI fjv
I- zk- Vul ,
rutln-4's4, TtidlgvFeltoii en h lt'clared aIt
errm r It is ltwo a i eni i'.'-4 yt lcd i~rs- h
taking i(Of e'tlsus will t'.4-'ni otet.'noeldif
Pa n c'nili' t'aririg titu 1w. had it will aiii's
pleuiJty csf tune ut 'sill haoh LtA)call thet'g-

"-Dolay- are ditigeroit;." Those
who )have poor, weak. ainimpire tblood~
-hoeuld take Hood's Sarsajparilla at
Mi1ce. it iie-ve'r diaIppoh it,..

EX-GOVERNOR R. L. TAYLOR.


II-IkFit'hcial I re'It e-mdit g 111tin I '.r Itic

Ro~mrt L T'Llee ')f IN beheum u'

iI- at t.m.fthll1'', f-er thlt' 's-e'
prt".olvls'Ilnni1 iai- e111114 $ol tilith,'tit-X''t

i'i.-uar y. will)i w, -uns-esfill's'ly ai1ila:(-4c.'. I I
cr14 or 1"' Ii'.ht iamixi wiiit. has i~'sifii.
di lT.'rt"tl't-e rit'limls oft Ii''s .riior 'I'ia sliar
"uIO -t Iilsrthat -it l. a eanih%%l'l''nala


It I-; arwae-el that till-e l i -iI i litil 's's'.t
'ssill l.rg.'1 v Ine- tsia-Is-'ib' l il e iijoin fior I1)o'iu
- .I-oim v t- i''''-, T ,til I e'It- :m ha4 i. ;ez ti i I
'I ht.- 'L .)'i-i L ill' -U2'or -t I. I 141. w l p la l
fl's' r Ito reo.
To CV('l'Il A('()Ill) I NcVJ1) it .v






't~~t'r4''J ~ m)iis- i rm>b~- a--T;L''r'- A:
A tclI4*!I- Tit l~o.it'litio2 i.
:rtaI"lii ~ '(vi2tIv '.-iner.: a i tTI'hrr






.sf'lV tt'I. 41 We A.IllrAel~l.,n-'.lli


"ye- roocimfipiile'ua r)]and what :w.- ktle'e
I-it L-I won'f.--. XV lien W- tell 'y'ou
'i.-T'e-t:- a j'larcLa-f %'4)U call
rt'i'lv1._n t..e aSurarice. WV,l1te-.


BRITISH MOVE WESTWARD.
hula-r. s Gii i'aurthow Drimciaai of Sum-
daiiy's l~att ic.
1,4)- 1,4,"'~.%. April :1 -- lut-er tiww if di.'
qlj..ietcr'Ft,,e t Ii'' llit isha urmy In rho,
net- ;I i Is. 'rh. .,oii-f sntIll- P.i s4-wd. .* nt
teIldt-Pl etll jer. eve' fimtte r-. ft-nt ai l in timih
Intlt~if ynslut.i'lt tis' l I t -h.i arm,tel

js. irti'ay III'' Irvt'.-mlr -ltluiiti.ii ..r tIb f-r.
te-Il tht- Ultimnate' i-m-uiv.f 1.4'ri I I Z,' 4n
litthit't eer't.t- ''st'iha'It- ofeat
Tb'- s'war sie, hIa.,u e.'tt-iIa Ii~liputli3
from 1, c'II,A m'edit-.e A?''' IHl4ijif- eineivin,
as fe s''!1)V., :
"Ilire-i.'huAs tN1011oll.-iethrubli' delay ill
gc'tti!ig ni irt- rturn- oif the csl.U1
tiesN, it., 1til',iition smit 1551 p.f. z12 inle'
berieo t p, tia-bt-I.'ramhti'c i-ahit' ihais tt-e'isini-
to-rrujt.'elave'riil tilllt'a4. ekaly weather
ha"4 Ift 'it~t-i te s*-i with igntalbutg and al i-
th.m- 'Il.hii--ro- -hasI* uben u4) eiigltge-iiit'nt
.it''c fbi' f -oe. ii ecstmoirinuallvytImtII ie,,-
'sytitil t- i .' c'rI''f1V.
,, -Qr' ui it i fl1411-ei i iritlcr a cr' iS
tire a 1,21h, Ill ards foir sti. ij3t'ht itr!'. Ill
osffic'er..; *rving the' KuflM L'iflit- 'us.ufl-"
tie., rvt'1fid mThe ":':?-
''ric -.1 iu~eShr Jtkie ii
N' 'rltuni'ls."rlnd natitntedinfantry ianot
Rshiertac' liiorv-%,s'e'e'.ro-d the r.-tirme-na t of'
the guns fri 'iii that lpii' '.t145f tos the erm eta,.
t ug 44 tilt' drift found isy the'cavalry .2
inil.'s further .simth andt 'stiths~t~looIthe
dtl-ti'riniitindarttack- cif Cte it 41.1liiv. Who
1ll i-1401114 41A..i". adttaiifee'i wit flit) lewi vareW..
-U butter 'v (if thce R oral Iloree art:!
ler's 'sta-4 suddely'i vsurrutiutled ftn rh.,
dri-ift and the ,flk*ffi;r- id itivu *Iwe're <

tije 1.. 1 ut Mftjtsr j..s es' illel 8t wigra
flaji ir sNii''e Teof'II #iii *'4iif ai!I II,-ft~in ~f
fusioii. l'i's t-g'im s wo-re .aijt ipr.-eIliartht'
A disimtr'h fr-'nt Ma'.eru. Iiamur-eLinl.I
% l(ii sa,.flit- Earl ,f It.iac'vn.
who, ii, acting ax war ieerrespconle'nt ftr
The Dutlv Mail in Sistth Afrita andl who
lt'ft thorv April I cut hits wait'oo habu-
.N'Chn., hzL4 pri~vekdl' fulle'ii Into tIbta
haiid1t of thle' Iise'..
The BRs.'rm arm'-.till iome'ujoitng thew*wa
tt..rwi'trks. which thefi~ritlilt helleo.i yo~i
te'rilav afternoon. flthe 'e- Kr.rt'jl vung.
Mtesiies f~ rtipt m Sprmi n ttgf ci un i.-goet.
that the' fact that Ipr~ iae*.ag' ai%
kt'.'nilv i'cflmsirtel tlihivat',.114 any- evaut-
naa'iorthwardt.
The (is'rian linvr K-ome'tg hA,. agin
ro-acheil Ioerenz-vo Marqiuez'. tht. ime'fr
'iaviing i-n 1)asrvi'.-)7 ImJeseixf-zig a Ie anel
ro.r tileTrInIn-V~Ial.


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Now ik the Season when the -inall
booy tillli- hili-. lf with grree-i fruti,
whi-h invariably leadl- toe crimpp.
diarrbhel;i or dy-Ie-nit'ry. If pmr.-t
aire plili t-int. th-y will h atve a bat-
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4,1900.


Loeek before You Leap. (Gold Mine Sold.
Once upon a time there a a young YORKVILLE, S. C.. April 3.-Jeff W.
man who believed what the books said. T. Smith hae s the Mg
e h.ft the farm and ('nae to tle and J. T. Smith have sold the Magnolia
Ile left the farm and came to the
great city to make his fortune and to g ld uine situ:t+*, in th' western part
climb the ladder of fame. The Looks of the cowity, to the LnMise. (.ld Min-
said a great deal about the ladder of ing fame. so the young iman exe.r, imtd him- uibnder thi. lawi e4:f T.,'i"-c Tie', i-
sideration waL $1 .0oi. Thn -MaInili t
self on copyliook imoals a:nl ieitr Illch- mine is a w l,.l knT,wn prop.-rty. Ir
hard's almanac In or(er ito bIC able to has betfn worked iton twi-' lLi.st atr eli-
chin himself up a round at a i:im-. -iderabl.- pr.>lit, anid hai **vr 'in 1, had I
lie was especially strn; onlb run- a wpdwl reputtation. T.i uin!, r-tainiii.-
away horses, and one day, to his ',rati- is that the LoiIi. p l.,i.l'- will in1,i1 d4, -
fienUton. he saw a mnia i '>teeul |d plunging v"elpullt'nt-s t oi:''. Thl- pa-llth:-t- ill-
down the crowded street. lie could elude'-s .' U.-a r of land.
not see any fainting Iaidlen attached. ( atil (lCompn.alny (hartered.
but still he knew this was his oppor- April :-The an
tunity. Hlie sprang for the bridle. but TI:\rN, April 2.- Thi Itra.ean
hit the front wheel Instead and was Canal nlixtny was iaeorp. rat.'l h,.r-
projected with violence into the gut- today with an uthoerizedcapitalof $1e;'.-
ter. Six mouths later, when lie came (.*'."'. The co(mniiny is authoriz-d to,
out of the hospital, he was sent to the cntsru'ct, own and ,p.rat' a maritime.
Home For the Feebleminded for try- casual eltw-en the Atlantie and Pa.itic,
ing to stop a fire marshal in the per- t'e si, through the territory of Nizcara-
gKt. or aivy ot her territory in C t'itral or
forumnce of his duty. -outh Atlneria.
Moral--Get your opportunities label-
ed.-Dartmouth Literary Monthly. Iutrned to Death In .ail.
Ricri e.u ,. Ga., April 3.--John (;,ly,
Refrigerated Egan. a nugro who was nuder arrest fr at-
Eggs become unwholesome when tempted mu rd-r, set fir.- t theo jail.
kept in refrigerators. A fungus forms which wa-, dettroyeld. and G(il'v b arinu'E
in them which Is easily found by the to ldath. _
microscope, although It is not noticea- ('Crne.gle In Fe.'rnandina.
ble to the taste. The fungus consti- FERuNtNaA. Fla., April 3.-Andrew
tutes a danger when we consider how ariv i ntnr. i
many eggs are consumed by all classes .4 amiv, hr, qtnrdaq ad i
of selwety, and people of d.lieate

SMEN OF MARK. A CALL situations ought to be pa-ti..ularly care-
--- ful that they cat fresh and not kept
:-4.r'.-an. T, '* i. ..ih,,on wil' F'or Iien(a-ratic 1PritmarieN and Con- eggs.
0oon re iirn i, t. '.-.(!.,.n tJ, li.e. entlon. v
A i'eai'iif',; a .i sti v villa i;l soon R i --,lved, That a convention of thI: l' .r1-
Pr ueit fr .T. \ a :li ...r at Nar- .i at ow.ton t l o'clock nton h POLITICL ANNOUNCEENTS.
l aga.r.,'tl I'lr:. 4ttl day (of April. Ihel'. for th,' purple if ,-
I N::-n hi::- I :- Nr- ealtit cutwtl a tilt- ri-trttreLVt- 'For IRepresentative.
l i'ia **i, :"'* ;1ii, '-[ ,;',-: 1: 1, ;I:, im ln ti to l minliate a candidate for (onigret-- I b,'reby announced' myself ,s cni'ii'dite-
In idl, .Tr *f th- e1 :t v t I : ; ; t cl-'4 anrid for Ithe purpose of s',lectingl twelvt iIl'. for Itepi".C-ei.tat ive of Eic*C nllb:t cotL tyv.
S1 T plri i8 to repre-ent E-scanhia couni ty ut Florlda. ill tilt' h'giqlattire. shu f-ct to tile
i.:...' l '. i '': ,.1 r"r. l.. et it, late Conventlon at such ti tinv andt democratic primaries.
E nglin' !. '.::- a'T. ., ."' t 't* i' as' may be f tix" by tit' ttat.. >nd1 Curtn- (. M i' n r ,< Je --.
*'roduT.l.. C.,l2'itei*. r \ i. :.'I- e;.::- '-,- 1 gr. i onial Democrattc 10miiinttee- II ti '.I purpeo-,of selecting a County Kxe'cu- For Ilepres-Itatuive.
a (rlS. X."tV ('(Committee to hold until tht.r .ucC'o I
W .ilir-. A0 .A ir t'l.. -, ii .:,hi naire -tun- .ialS l I,, slet'c d atn alt o rh a- n^t- ,, ls ,- ;ll
(' [ --!2. f; ::a N .. YV k. I,, ar. 'I i e h, precinctare' and sl Ial Ce tIled to) 1,r -.- pre u Ilt atl e of o'wbftflhb t t (hUla iy Ii
trikin : ,,:., N. Yk. l n:1 lfvan f lihe following repret' station at aid Coa td, l.- L' rl tu,... jt I1.
kin : .1 an touvention:
that h. i.. fre.,lu.:.".; n. l:.k. n f..r ihim. No. I. Nix's J. f-.lm Er \ *. K.
The* ne p,,er. Sir .1 .!'s k.,:' ik. lihas N ;t. t ivt-w' ,,
de<'uledil t 1nk thli till.' of L.,rA! .\e.bury No.4, Ferry Pa.ss i I hoerthy announce myself aR a a:)dillato,
from a p;-' wil., is I th, i it I uidicl .. 'owfelton : pectfully ask the support of inv frit-nid
wNo. Pine Barren aitd v,,ters of the- county. If e!ileteld I will
Bpion it:t', 21.t No. -. Cra trIltre discharge b th duties of said ottl'c e'lics utly,
Thi.. It. I1 '.I'. t, f ,w lnorl mavor of No". t. llaff SprinL-- fairly and impartially.
S".i .N.. . l .... T. i it N i.itl l.. Warda & Holuitiil'- I W H. II i TcI II -'N.
T utih *" .-:i .:;v , , :. -t i ,%i- ,,. I!, w ,'allu t i 1111
ties i .'! ti.-t %,';fl.:ir \,tii it. ntias--,. Na,. 12. I'tvinlticollR 4-. For Sheriff.
h bh lvim has.l fior Jl li ii a.. un2)tenta- "-o. 1.1. P'b-aci !a : I herebhy announce m'selfas a catid date
No. 14, Pensacola f.... ; r re-election to the ofllrie of %*tiriT of .-N-
iiu, t1 "L1I0tI .No. I Fe. l-iiMtcoula canibla (i tlunty, Florida. and sotlc'llt th iet'suf-
1Ex S-ecrtary Jiohn Shi "-nn n aid the No. i';. PIintvillt 1 fiages and Intvrest of all my friend..
other da:t that hi. v as ;i l .. t,.r health N 1'7. 1 e it 1 -re ; -M rn.
No. 1 Mcleav Id i
tb:s; I.' lhad t,'.e-i fr \e.al ',':r< past. No. I u. Molino I For sheriff.
I Ii:l, I n:. ,'tl e n litTit of tiht Dnext No .a. F-loniatoii I L:er.'o v announce myself a candidate for
"en-ur .- he :Lde !o -.::i,-.. r fthepuroe o t' ,.t' fl fot Esfcambia countyatt theen-uing
.tie severall precincts atC(,\. ,.t fir!h I t a ,'d .ctlon. J. C. VANV'Ea.T.
T'l.' d'Iath ,f 1,. bi: ,l \ u. 'T! 2':l,, in of ior th i purpose. of !ticninating: t two ctau i- -
ljoidana h..;. I.-ft \ S t.til. r .IT:iit.s W. date-s for tti, Hou eof Kt pre-entativ. -, for For Clerk of the Circuit Co 11t.
'- r.r-, tlie purpor of tIOtinut:it!b!i12 a Cittkdiilate for
14ra a Donl; thoc' 'rviving i; l-:!.l,.,tt- ,f the c'n- t'ourt.,a candidate for Tax CV',lti.-r.a ca ii- for re-electiontasclerk of the circuit court
geas of antte-ell.'u lan- Mr. lBralburyv f(lralt tor Tt.x As.e,,or. a '-dd.it, Itr of Eembia county at the ensuing election
S,- ,,. 'ifrea-uro-r, a cau:didato for Ccuntv .1 udgi'. a and ask the support of the voters.
U yv y>".^ '*'. C.it-didatl, for buLerintendent cf kuo!ic JIi A. M.MCMIL AN.
P> ,G',i,' rt".'c y. Jr.. the- s, i nf A.Iniiral tt. uetic'n. a candidate forCounty Suiv,-yor. F4 Cr i
IDe.wi.. al. blee,,n:a :i r.-i liht ,if Chicago a car didat.- fe.r Clerk of Criminal Court,. l ircuit le.
candidate for Justice of Pace atd a Cotn- I announce myv candidacy for 'lerk of tit-
-alad ha beni pb.or'n l iln charge,; of the ; table f.)r second LC irict. a cacijatte for C'ircuit tourt of Escaibia county. t-nulject-t
W-eiern tirna.ch if thi New Y,,i l firm for .lu-ticfe ft Peace for Fifih I)l.stict. can- to tbOh action of the ensiinig lDemnocratic
whit i a! ' *** X i'rlor a trar- odal tr tlree mnmbern of county tahool prlnarie. R. E. l.. IIAI u. II.
, ',,,' , i boara. 1i primary election oif the lDemuo- .
Ml.-cs....: cratic l Autrs of E-cambia count y lihall tie "For (ircut Cl-rk.
V '";: 1i. .1 \L hi '. il tli. **Ti 'e or hailhl, n t twu n"i tie litours Cof .;n a. tI. aid To tihe other of Etscamliia 4 ottnty:
s I:I," -.. 1: . ,. tip. 1 on Tut-dav. tiltti. lith day it April. 1 thereby announce tmy-ief a candidate fou
Arx S '.c:,,ai t- ,J'-It.iii i] t ;ilt. l.1 1-. the I: |.aU ffr t Il- purpo e e of c.t,d(!UctmI -a.d th. oftilc.e of clerk of tlh circuit ',urt of
Li-t,,ry ,,f tbt Sp" :., a ir. ii.u li ,i.-.i ,,n 'I l fi- low min inpecto' and evierk' lE'.-canbi a county and it ll be plt .h t- l t(
tbe g ::,:,: I it I' k.' ; Ir. a s:i'.sle t 1" 't tloL u fi **rteby -e'lcted ;and all- Iav thile support of liy friends mid thet
1,11'rr i e ,u 'h,' P ,'t'' t.t.. I' f int'lde ...t d: Voter g .nert allv. .iI Iuu 1,V I.- rHi .
.rr:i O e.. i. r j're.at No. i-('ha-. AaI.--, N.*: (r "- ---- ..
'or anry ;, ,. snv.- It.: f !.>..-. \\ D. l, :ispect.r; A\Cht;e bt.toni For Tax Colle ctor.
Sr '. .Ta.iii.m St. :. :-- -I :" thr' fi ,l. r 1 liprhy announce mytvslf nas a candil'att
S n tf t ': i : e 1 l 1 .;, il 't N -A hi t r\ v I.o10 i .';a I', for re-ele.tion as Tax lCo'le tor of -'..',tn-
i, I- :: I on ,,f It ', : s ', 2-- :tal : .I4lI. i. rL'i,.y. :.,,..l i-: 1 M. .'.urll it. tli, county. and akil tho support t0f my
4,a ,,, f Ju.i)h:it2 : Ii o .1 1 :.; : ra ila '! k. friends. anid voters generaillv.
A,: .... ; ". : ., 11 I,, t i t 'in t N o, :-Fratk S:::n \ !- A.H W'A i.Fv NTI: rr.
SI 2'''. I I l]ii i ,.J)ri;ai) :. ..'.-iu- toi-. I'. 1 lB la-. -
: :: !!i, !',-or Tax (-CoI4l, o.r.
a i 1 V ..* ,r, '. .:. ,;-t N4 -W TI ,i'. a--. W I Na- l' t mt rv friend of tl.l s F rI I ,::1'2
t r r ;1,- '. .it. z,., .. ;.. H "- >C".. .\ 1 :P h av ill : '.1 ta l'l d t l -. ; t hr , ,-
', in.. -.. Il- ,'clerk ." :i+(2t ,i'.h titi a. a aitdidtd4,-,-'olC 'x i u': tJ.tri
: M i. .i '. '- I ii t NII \ ,. ,1 1k Pu l:k\lvub' tt m ;at' .c..e .uo l'unty at Ii

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Li.t(;eni, ovr iMI k, rin lt rh.HIB r.
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terof the Fto mbaurgent request of frieds
for ii. lionh-rn Cthe trict. 'iboar of.-t t mo -ac
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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
NIw YoH.K April 3. orPK c.CLOq:


January ............... 7 s9 ... 7 ,14
I'ebruary.. ... ..... .. 7 93 .... 7 95
M arca.......... ...... .... 7.
A pril...... .. .... .... .14
M ayu ...... .... ......... 4 .... 9 1:
June ................ 4 .... t Il
August................. b '.4 .... 8.99
beptember....... .. 1 .... 8.3t
OW tober ...... ........ -*. .... N $17
November ............. t .... 7. 9
Dece nber ... 7 .... 7.93
Spot cotton cloed 'dtae'ly. mliddling up-
lauds 9 t-i; middling gulf9 13 1'i.
NAVAL a'OtCE4.
WIL.MINGor..*. N. C.. April 3.-Spirits
turpentine firim nt .,a'.J514; receipts "'s
casks. Itosii steady anld unchanged; re
ceipts -J7. Crude turpentine steady and
tun'lianged: receipts :' Tar firm at 11.20;
receipt, '2",i.
AWVAKNAU. Anril 3.-Spiriti turpen-
tie firm at 6t',. receipts, M4 sales o.: 1
exports 12. Rosin iu< hanged. pales nom-
inal: other gades quiet; receipts 1.7,3;
sales none; exports 3,).S.

Stanying nt Home.
A l:Ily resiling in North Columbus
meet nl a girl the (other day who had
lately lbein in iher se'r\ ice ini uired:
"Well, .Mary, where do you live
now?"
"Please, timan' m. I don't live no-
where," rejoined tle girl. "l'in mar-
ried."- Inditpol0is Jpum rnal.

The .\tmerican Biile society cireu-
lates tl e Scriiptures In 9d tongues, ble-
sides our own speech: 2S European, 1.."
Asiatic. 8 Oceanic. 9 African. 9 Ameri-
can Indian and 3 South American lan
guages nnd dialects.


Five Thousand Rolls
,f Wall lPI;, r in stock all of thela-
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liicp- ffr, ,,- t' ,$1.75 1 p#-.r Krll, J. E .
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Buyers to Buy


Chas.H. Turner.


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--Gener AND- tor


General Contractor


li tildinIg. R .' tiii ::. Ma ntel and t(rate- S,.ttlrn PlIui t, n :. '* .
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A Complete Plumbing Department under :hi-

Management of E. B. Morey.
O F x\ri-ti, ). -i E-, FIstiniatea. Platn and Sp,)cifi,. : -
ing of A i Kind-, i'repar(t on Short Notice.
J r A L:ire- aanl Carefully Select, l Sto k ,of I"l-'ii- .i. 1 '- .
Tiling of All Kind-, lIath Tubs, Clo#-,." at Hd 1ou,,.; i .\,;',.l :., -
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


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Citizens National Bank

OP PENSACOLA.


Lf. HILTON GREEN.
PRESI DENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFFIR.
C'ASH III


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
o)f E. E. annder- & Co'.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. lHILTON GREEN.


RIX M. ROiIN-l

MIORRIS L;:.\i


A General Banking Business Transalet/


Vessels' Accouits Handled on Favorable Tern-. E-.
(hanxi Jlought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.






The Star Lauundr,

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Our Address
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I,*-- bo'tity of t;he. I.: .
litre is (diplayd ,,1
SHlIRT FhI'ONT. e e ,
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ALL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN
gi0IOODr, CALLED) FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.W.
WAT L.KR INGRARAM. Manager


ESTA Rtsie m~.u 1863.


Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


GROCERIES
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The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store
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HE$TZ & CO.,


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0-- DSALZM IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
608 AND 605 8. PAIAOX STREET.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S0 W '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL& BON'S ptI '-
Castas, lerdagl, Palits. Ills, latical Istrdim ts,. malrt, Aglers, gir
COMPASBES. )LOOM Tm.
C. McKenzie Oertin (,,ollectin'. A.,'ent for liar Pilot-' H.
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for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Ilouglht ha* born., thI' :,
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has wb la niade .- u'l
personal supervision for over ;O) years. A.llw .Io ,
to deceive you in this. Counterfeit,4, Iinitalimie .
*'Just-as.-goodu" are but Experinients, and e'iidan;.-r t
health of Childreu-Experience against rxiperin'ent.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900


Young Olds

Hiowi iyti fr yu I
~iistpiMthCdediuIeL
*v ThCtksA nd become+
*paler aind paler andcaI
hardyy drag through the day. '
*They' are onthe steady down-'
,.,..rd course- Ion does them
*no good; *chnineand bit-i
* ers all fail.=Theneed a food
h -it %-illnourish fhemnbetter,
_)d medicine that wincar. \
t o their disease.


,Scoff's Emulsion s
* t-th ot tthese, k-a.:'ly and per-

~!ma~cs ttv bkxd rich e, nd
h.5 Itt-Cs Leticr color to the face-.
he hv--,-ph.sphtcs of limne a-,
"a tt a.; a str~l ong t toni .0 thz 'p
-N'e. Sm the wcis~ht iflrta-x.. o
rd~gctr~'fl rpru..c-sand hea",

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CLEANING S.


.I II !i tg Ilit-' leg-

:s.a ti' me. triewk by linght-
m~ *~. 'iee I'.age r'muaimi-
1--iLS'ti:t1U.4'. tuthut MtO4t'e
a.,tmttnhee'V406mu be'll antd
e, IT lot- the'd* % [I Tiden away.
I4 ;abi4rt. Jr.. of 4)Orno, Me..
I*staw aCia iLouctrow v.,that corn-
'i5f t :i1mm mcit. ,lamsiuiniet) tsbethe
-. rt'.'' .f &11l3 mine.1 ever cut
t'.'tm nicerl inn the New Eag-

it'2 i'f j .~'''tek'grapti
-:r'inI e IcecrtinPolln in tile
in :. eit 11 i. 41% 4 l 1 -1104- like -1
I L h'- p'' twit 'vs-sn t I,-
It.' [II 5 ...ere' ii li xt ure -tf'

are ti. 'I Li''.' a arnali"e iii
c I i...t.1 .'i'' 4are-i'et arnd
:c~dti-.:.~1that the mtni-'n
4 it rcW ra1;s .s 1 1.1p I'stinnrce that'
a '21ni'Y.i call1


CZAR AND SHAH.


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S I**d 1 I4 .I. alIrd.
:1 % II e 11 known dc':al-
s. I,:.4i ,- mmit' Transv. aal.
.i .uiliarity that it
t .. : ;.t: wo ': n. lbut
S. 1t they'll. Illte'lllr g
t* ::C !.e ll:.' uinc al- ut
S".,. t,, I,<:,l tl.,'nI on to
it :.i. ,.f rt,'l,,s or k jeqJ .
n- tIll i 'ell that undeltr a
s a i-tile' of teone'y. c'tii-
t in Lt l lin.; ti'-'. ant ro..'k
:.- ;a- mn hu h '-tic't'd Ity
t tii.:iiit. rt:ngs. i the clever
j t; i. Is o indlure a friendly
t rt.,I i a hlindis to push
.. sc. t.o ti:lt It t.iy get to

I ..!. In its tlobje'(t and, the
.* ldl, attra:etlId ,%y the
i ri I. tLo ind fro t '.t 'e 'll
St le' rt.e'l>-. lilies- the hlioc'y.
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en tried and fire test-
SD'Al mberte sell


Iteclvermlip Made Permanent.
NEW YORK. April 3.-An order was
filed in the court of chancery at Jersey
City t4wday making permanent the ap-
poiiitmn-tit of General Samuel Thomas of
New York. Allbert C. Liring Minneap dis
aiil Charl'.- E. Kirnihall (of Summit, N.
J.. a-i re'e*i'.r. iof thu Uuit,'d Statres
1' ,urizlg Mill ton)mltiy, otherwi. e-
knownue a-" the' fl',ur tru.t. The appoint-
Ine'it of a te-m n.irary re-c'.ive.'rhip wa.s
wa-trna.le' Feb. -'A4. It wa- obje,'ct'el teo
Inv Thomas W. S.eke'klfrdl of Superior.
\'is., wh, ,own,-d .l. o .Kl0 of tihe comn-
paV'- lbondls.
Death of Mrs. Kaiffmlian.
WAl.ltt[ i'rak 'r Kaa~i'nium. t he. wif.- of S. H.
Kaufi'manz, pr.-. ''.nt of thi, Evening
tit'ar lPubh-h:nu<',,!oimpany, at her rtdlc'i," 'n titm, rity. Mir.. Kanuff-
man hadt Ien ill' for mnicr,- hani a yv;ar
with htiart trouetl,.. S't' lv-av's a lhu--
hlaunt and th-'* ,' child'lren.


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an hour sC intcin, lx:ry, 1l8slIe't-.
e. t mad t .he r ip earance. ., begged
of r to 1 ut him next" to the ok .
an ,' .- '. 1 ... ' r.b rm .lla >liht
;i n ,,il ,, '". th a t.." t' .sin hl e 't t o i ry

en to turn ty eliw ;! family .at. wliiL
rubble its-: lf' a ,talust t, e y'u, g ,an's
elyoht they had trous tr.ake turns.

an hour spent In i ,iaery. .i! isweet-
eart ni,. d. '1'F ppeil;arain"e'. U be(gedl
of hlr lIt "put hi.m ncit" to the Joke,
and lctweu-'n hjer burtt ft laughter she

ing to ciurt thl< whole family miapa
tbouyht they ha-d trst take turns..
It is unnecessary t nsay thiit he faolld
to sec the Joke and has c asked hills t-
teotions.-lt'ading E'azge.


ules f to- lent.
All t!;- faithful who havp con-
pl-tet-d tih-ir twenty-fir-t yvemr a)in)
who have not btglinl their-ixtieith
y- ar. td wio are noet exeitptud lr, I i
t!.e 4,-ib atig n of f:i.;tiin by -icki>''--.
!:.tal work er o4thir w-1! known Ir' ;1-
-,. -.. ;r' i oli g-d to ftst ion t i!l t!i t
il t\- "f L.'lint. C'- Pet ,Suiidl. iv-.
S*;i tl;,t-o day- !1ut onit full inme:i i-
la -d.1 w!.icl' -!ouiild not be' t:;k.n
b. fore ntoili.
('-tqin al'iow- a: cup of ". tfT-'. toea
IlI t''il c( ,r'o|iit ite nd na l *II .11 t trea.td )r a it r;ira ke r. te 1 t' k'-" it i1
hti .i. m'iim mi ; nlld ill the ,.vtiiiin,. 1
<.';,!;t;i'" ui t ,'x 'ev diing tlh otirtlhi
part ,)f ill otrdiliary im'eial, i :;il, 'w'.l.
A t tii e- c Itll it i .ii. i euttc.r. '!, . t .
:;i ' tt at(I' .Ia'll kindl- f i tr it.
tl- e .!l r ',' e )1 1tlf- LIr-- ;tllowt, .
\I :i t!.-1 ] l ";'.1 Il n, l;d c'. iiiiot
w i '.o i:t t_- ':v e .CIlliv# ll I- i'f 1 l,.
! 'k, !, :.t t! ,,, I i- p ,r -ll' ,o'l l- t,
t'k- :." ',(ilt -inl inll tie, orlni ;
;:All i th (diliti| r ill t V! d Ii .;.
A b i>*-'-.c, T IinI 'th, 'ii< of tl-h l
-I I tI l.d n :i ll t :l \\''(ti---i;iy-
' I .l ayv- of I..nit ;and on hth *, i'-
utrd:oa of Ei l 'r \\Week and om t I.o%
Th; u-. i; f l.&:J i- :tll.w '. in c,. .


Hi.
S1-!, anifd thi-h are not allowed at
t!- title ll'aI-ilve' nV. on Suindayvs
ELzb.". chiteee, milk and butter maIy
t;h us. d every day. but abstine ince
frotii all of these is, recom]nended onl
G;io,, Friday.
Pt-r-,on. -xemnpted from tlie obli-
ttatiotn of fasting are not hound bv.
the re-triction of using meat hiut
.11ie' a day on the days in which lth
t-1 .' :ineat i- petrnitted by di-pen-

t':itdrittn over seven y-ears of si ',e
'it.' hound by the law of abstin-en'ce.
utanl--- .-x'used by -.ickne-s ,or other
causes.
I'ti paschal time. in which ill
(C"t!:ollcs who Have come to thi,
.-.ar-. of discretion are bound to re-
c-Aive holy communion worthily. x-
t-nds, fromiu the flr;t Sunday of I.et
:ill Trintity Sunday. inclusive. C.hil-
iritn ,over -even years of age aiI I
bound by the precept of annual cont-
f--.-ion. Pastors tand parent, shoe.I 4
-ov that the children comply wi:i.
this duty.
T't; i :oly s~'ea-on of Lent i a tii:-.
.f praeir, of s-orow for sitn. of se'tlu-
-ion from tt'e world and it- a; l;i-.-
1;\ ;a -;>*ci.sl in-tuit irl'ilit d t-o I
e,:-, ;,,c,- ,if th .' I ;ilt i St. ;tae2' fcc;' ". "
, C).- d1 itll!'.C- tiin .M :tr.'hi I.. I"-
k"k 111 p .'e'l.'. wileho c:iIIte: t, I-Iik
-,)-f-rve th'** com' m l I .a ltw o'f tI .'
,*'n.ir'.. i,.' ,"lii' 'l i-'d fr' i thti ", -
itt, ,: i b.f ; tib.;in"tncp on ai til dla ,'f
't e p; F drid:.y-. A-h!
t\\' ay Holy W\e-''k anil 'hri-t-

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Epitaphe Ia a TYrolean Cherebyard.
Twenty Years Proof. A German traveler has discovered
some quaint epitaphs In a Tyrolean
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow- cemetery.
elsin naturalmotionand cleanse On a tombstone In the valley of Tux
was this inscription. "In pious remem-
the system of all impurities An brance of the ounest widow Auna
absolute cure for sick headache, Kriedl. 40 years long." A miller is
absolute cure for sick headache, ihn 58',.L *LC., "I nI t. .tiS n.ia


dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
stipation and kindred diseases.

"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.

writes I don't know how I coniC
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.

Tutt's Liver Pills


MATRON AND MAID.
:'.,y l.tenla anrd T.L:nly I),rotle.a Hope
ml k ;l a lia tii f t:i.I mIll lna:.fuUt of
tLh ir S.tiald pot.y farm.Ii.
I..ai y II.tinry Si r--,t ',,i recently
th:i' 'h1 1 :. :;, d I.r li:t'l im pilul-- toward
h .i.I.II r,,; 1,' \\ k f:'i >!;> r, ':iii:t'. Juha
It' t M ui's N .,!*- : ;; in :, :.! gi:lhoodl.
La.,!y Iob iit- :,il l..'y W\ati'age' ale '
tV ..- ly rI' 1 1Z :-h i,-... '... -t. \ .ia, hav.,
t. ;.- 4 n lo t ,l .1 ,l r l,-, .I;:l thIi l n :,K l
l ':' ., fur -1 it i i lii th, I* '. f bat
t t t th
-. in tIl v L. V .1.. i':f. v, if. t
., t 1 4 1 1. ; 1 ; 1 : ; I 1 t- llt l;4
'%' Ili, ;i ..to 0.11 04t : e 0t i .. .\. n li ceti l ie
t il,, : *, t .' it ,a:a % f,, t-, dinz herl
Sli.. '.,. ; i" N e lt.
t .--' 11 ,';n.-!ihlit, l ,f th,, ,[, :r.. ., r M | .
SI 'l ':,." 1 ..I '.t : \ --il y t .1 1 *'' '. i.s tll-
t.i !.. I .. t i <.. i :! .,' .: to th e
(,i ,l h( '411' i. .i. I .', ; i ',T. :.l ; i .relanmd.
It h'I.- j:-i ;. :l il t lie that their
l ;iit a which ig L"e ,i th' :iiversity iof
I':; is fti tii ;il ,f l,,,,ir *t;,,.Lnts, wras
the ,zift of t..c hats Ilrone-.s, voi Hirs.-h.
.Miss llatti' ulali baItt'n ,f New Mil-
fcrel. "snn.. hli., ;a I ov'l [tilan for reform-
ing iatlht:s. Thi- Itha.iein- is to have the
w. 5t tit..US frt'ctl'llst th.e vltlyi. Uot tO
drink, but to form a social surruuMnding of
a high tdrtd'r.
M)!lies elith ,l1stic,. one of the sisters
of <'<'il llhhde'<. has. better und larger
dii:ucm>D'. it is 'ai,. lati monist cf the roy-
alty.. l,.',e' Aere g-iv.n to her by her
br.th, : iind taken from the. fuamus Wes-
:.eltoo rI11:.t' aut KiimIl cr-ly.
Tlhe w'iA .el \ v'd I iic!:,", of WVe.st nin.terr
pIurp,-ses to f, ll.wv thl turf umini r thet
lalli ,f "Mr. N- *r a"nr." 14i. will have
li':n Vy **:-.* I.;lr t" hi "- f:,'m lihr hliis aunXl'
stt i %, vA ill r;i-e iithletr hli- c-.,lorp. T'he
la-t ri i;L:- \% ,,! 4:i of c ,) hi'!, a degree
ai- t!"- c l.,, ^''r I elt'i'>-,s o, f N .mintroe,'.
1I-'.. 4 ': i r. 'harpi!ima:n < 'att ha;s an-
luimm. .'l th:t it i h t.r firni ci, virtioni
th:lt Ieff Ire' ;11. ,ll IId I f the, t$V l'etit.th C>'11-
tn.I y the' ('nited"l S;it i-' ll eil .,lify the'
,,r l, 4 ty ,l I.::!y i t M;a I.leiiiia Ti0'14 died on
M:N11t !I Sho v, ;a a l:uiight.tr of the,
I > k,.,! Ii, ihn.o.. l anl a- Ii ,rn in l S 0;.
' I.!n, ".! i l t l. ,; II4 Is ball ;at l 'nus-
tl',' ms. !, t 'ft', the l'A;ll I 0f \4 ater-
S I l i l th I l f \ Illit;-
t ..'- -, \\ i he ta rt l f .r the
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S 1;imlclS i) the .ii it war'. V h le eir-
"St '.lt m "of <. : i nl itr l ii t tis'


ofi-rc -i Ip' l iler'l-c' tinhe lit'i'iit'st 11: )

rest's troops liiarns-.ing Sli'rin:In to th 1o
so U ustL uillp hiorses ;it tlhe itfe of 11
per mann In a twv.lvinonth ."-- 'nlinu-
apolis Ne EMPIA.YMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman,.
llutiness Atrent of the Carpenter's
anid Joirers' IUnion. will furnish you
with the de-ired help on short ns-
*i(e. n25tf
FOlt S.ALE.
At a hartrnin. 7T; arre's 30 un ir
f/tnce amd cultivation, thi balanne,'
woedll;lnd i. of a mile north of C('* r-
dtova Park, with 4-room lhoutu, barn
(nd two ,table,. Price <><) l' turthr itinforiation. apply to W. R.
It 0ii lrI.i oni phltc., or J. E. Il tibhu i.i-
-,n & Rm.. city. 13hulti

Three Large Stores
Feill of FI'INITI IE. Thi fir,.-t
i e, -Iow ii in '. M i'-,,lt. Pr'tty. nentiy-
t ni-l, I 1^ ) ,,ak I',d ol l ? ;it-~ ;it
,ill 'ri.-f 21 it:i.I ;,it l ( 'chhi-'' S' It
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EUsl .llre i.em )lere I, ni rI Is._ tlALI Ian m 'n-
ory of --. who departed this l.fe with-
out human assistance."
A farmer whose initials only are
given and appears to have been the
author of his own epitaph has this
memorial: "Here rests in Gol .F. K.
lie lived 26 years as man and 37 years
as husband."
On the tomb of a man who fell from
a roof and was killed are these words.
"Here fell Jacob Hosenknopf from the
roof into eternity."
This wail of a desolate husband caps
the clin:ax, "'Tears caanot bring thee
back to life. therefore I weep."

A Good LExcase.
"You wish to be relieved from jury
duty. but you haven't given a good rea-
son." said the judge.
"It's public spirit," said the unwill-
Ing juryman. "on the score of economy.
I have dyspepsia, your honer, aud I
never agree with anybody. If I go on
this jury. there'll be a disagreement.
and the court will have to go to the ex-
pense of a new trial."
"Excused," said the judge.-Tit-Hits.

IHe Know. Her.
She 1ns a Washi.ngton woman well,
acquainted in diplomatic circles. Talk-
ing about Washing-ton people one day.
some one asked her:
"Do you know Senatur llank?"
"Do I know Senator Illank' she re-
peated. "Yes. I do know him. and lie
knows nie. lie will never forget me.
I've trumped his ae'> when we were
partners at whist."-New York Times.

BSean the TIh Kind Yu Kan Ahvia sBoigM
Sifuan ai .^//701
a mi~o -nr{f^ts


ty days.
For sale by all dru6'ists;
alwo T. Green v Co. 37
S. Pala/fox Street.
OR ADDRESS

V. W. WILKINSON,

Grornville. Ala.
Ti'.-titno .ial Prom Judge Gahtitn
I HKKNV1I.I., AI A AU Ill. l,',Ml.
I tFik'. ,rr',tl pleasure in certiivzng to the
uin rity nl thKb merit of Wilkinon'sta' Match-
l.-,s \lInirel Water. Th,4 uatuial mineral
tonm'-, tio myi porponal knowledge. is taken
freim a well three mil esvast of (iroeenville.
isL t he* extnet condition Ini % which it is sold. I
have -e.in this water uned. with wonderful


Nasal ty

CATARRHH
In aSl Its stagesttee~~~~t
5'))t14 be c~e=:,e2s
Ely's Cream Balin

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Invit jrodI"'V% ut/ ..LVa-e S: 1 :'"01 I
1:;.Y lli',JTIUERS. ,.i '.%rren S"'ect. N>rk.


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Me'au-mi~c)Lr't ki-Aek tion.
There' will be a regular tuectirg c-f
th:'3 Ie.l:t..a Medival I.oCif-ty at
t!,( ne'o:in7.1--f H o:Ot!th offlrc at '.
i'cl -wk ipnti.TuA3clay. April iat) ad 24.
\iS,!:rnz physictand are cordialli.%
iu~vi:-Ad t'i attend.
D. W. MCMILLA.N. NI. D.,
Preziieut


E. F. I:tCIE. MN. D..
4 cretary. Winit

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

W cEMKJL'Y CJCHE;DULJi
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TElMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.


Train leave Penacol tfor the Llttit
i Bayou. Palmetto Beach, Wanrrlgton, Navy
Yard and Fort B rrrnoac-aa:
I 0-a. m. arrive at Fort Harramea 7:10;a.m
I T OP a. m. arrive at Fort Ilrraaa 10.4bia.m
In gestion :00p.m.arrltveat FortB l :rrasn I:p
8i :80 p.r m. arrive at Por clarranoas 4:16 pm
6:16p.m. rrive&t Fort Barranes T:10p m
h0 1eol ,*8:00p.in. rriveat Fort BiHraanea 68:4p.m
'e cChalenge te world Trains leave Fort Bwernoa for Penes-
cola at
to produce a remedy equal : a. m. rrive at Pe(meola.. -.:15 a.
S pro e a remedy equ :p.m.arrive at P nsamcola........11 :456p.m
2: p. m. arriveat Peneacola......... ::46 p.m
to the Mfatchless Mineral 5:() pm arrive at Penaol .... 7.46 pm
7:0U p. nm. arrive at asaoola ........ T:46p. m
0r:46 p. m. arrive at Penwioola......... 9:9Dp.m
\ after for the cure of In- *"' ,*urday only.
In effect Dl-o. l A"0. I9.
digestion, Dyspepsia and efaUNDA scEvDUo.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barr aeas
allfornis of Stomach, Bow- *A,. .0. M.
11a.m. -12 m,
el Troubles and Skin Dis- ip.M .i..
8p.m *p.m.
eases. Guaranteed to cure 4p. SM..
or money refunded. Cost P.ASK FORWE.K DAY.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancv and return tf
only cents a day to use it. oPenac to Navy ard ad return .... e:
SPensacola toPalmetto Iijachar.nd retu: n l
One dollar bottle last twen- ,o, su^,DAY


'Iard and return ........ ..-. 2
Peassoola to Palmetto Heach and
return. .-Th
No freight received attar 9:13 tp. w.


CHlCNIESTER S ENGLISH
Pu C, Ck PLL
in Cl D LI li lald 'i. a I
Take no 'othe. rfR'u.'c
a uzr u 4ubit"1c.Itiiic.m ad Imaits
1: f v's D -.. r .n t4
r flscea.l., Totwtiin~ials
1. je. 4 le'..r 4 ,hemalcuI (a..
-a Aulu s %iaor.. &,!I-,LL1. _P%,


S These tiny Capsules resuperlor
to Balamm of Copalba,
.C"bebs and .. Injectionm.
IThey cure in 48 hours the


4-GOLAY=Q

Grist and Corn Peal M4ills,

X. F. GONZAkEZ A GO., Prop s,
Manuftetur-r%
CHOICE MF.Als AN D 1*1* ILF G M 'LD
STMCK IFEED1
Patrewiso Homo foe.uirv r the'r* I*
every r**asocn you -.hmuftl buy oar Meal and
Stock Feed from the Hosmei Meanufacturer.
for t'y so dsing youtiflc'0Ur52.' hoe inisduo-
cry. Your money :-. i.ft ki's !.j o mnnutilty
$,M) vyc u in turn aremt- rye' V !'.'ft-entltocl.
Ini fc-leri og thc'home.' moru,,,woi.' i rcr you
* s'murtbuto to the ucati-te df labor. Y*'i owe
itfi 4li e. inmu syin v.b ecb 1'su live&MAd
wh vuiie't ribute-et uyovwr -uuwnrt.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFE SOLD) IN
PENSA

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Aso Sol by I.I Perry and in. Ta.

The Jug Trade

Is Our *.pecialty.zzj
Prompt Delivery and SAtti-fwctnaa
G guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bro&.

401 South Pi'lafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. CX Bx 12il.
Railroad Fxchanre, P1)one 4.

PROFE8810AL OARDS.

Dr. Mlfareellus II et reary.

Pbysicial ai SrS a01.
It-.-,si ence'. ,tt W,- "t iirr ory tI r .-t
Phone $.,.
'iu c,,. c I'Alentmbmrto. HtlKso ll'm 1'" IsIu.,i,
1'linfox s tret.. I'l'hout .7.

DR. Wx. C. DBWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Drag tore.
RESIDENOB-400 E. Jacksou Stree


Win. H. Marean, M. D.,

Homeopathic Plysicia2 and I riCeou,
Late ,f Ocala. I.a..
Offers his professional erveies) 'i tbh citl-
zens of V'e-ntqbo'uI.
Espep:il attention given to tin tratimn-ot
of Chronic lloea.a.sm and I1>-s-s.r, ou
Women and 4htlirtin.
Thirty Yars ira. rcti'e ii tr t toith.
I'Cl.'e Ill.,.i' U: -U a i. to '2 1 t to 4 Pi. a.
Residence 1'bone No. '").
trn.lIoWinl Rn8Idn'H-Itnnll .a

Dr. Wi/mer $. Ha//,


DENTAL SURGEON,
*uic Tomplo. Phem U34.


-c'e.''ss. for mpepmtwa. Indigestionn. sore '
* y,, and for eruptive disiese, mort and c. LDLl IR
uh'l-er on man and animals. As a remedy v nce. SOLDBYALLDRUGISTSR

ZELL (iASTOW.
fur iti.ie: trouble| I do not b elievt its L.... ..
(|(nal exltc Irls highly reomme ded by ---- ------ T b ,,e B

.ludgo of Probate Court, Butler County. 4 CURE YOURSELF HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H
A 1"hima l*t ham for' lli .' fr urm tstuslal
^It)Ita es ,'i hart ., inti.nimi ct, 4 )dde F llows Hatll. VarrrnAtii.
-- -- -- --i--- --- irritatir-- C.f r n .
.RE T R .... p* ,,r^ ....; r ,.,." Monday, April 16, 1900.
LODGE DIRECTORY +l c+Licloilr.3. Sol by Bruggista.
A T EvnelsCaEM.IALC 0. t r tm' A, torC.
L U"I" byrc.. ... pri r. r i'ricket,)o)cents. Ladi- Fre-. Fr.e
KNIGHTS OF vya' t AS. i i. ,,.,,-. 'it
i'lruler o at ow ativu Transportation on Dummy.
Penacola Lodge. No.3, K. of P. ____ __
maot every Mondlay even- J OP N
ing at a7.t Ca-ile iall JUST OPENED.
In Hutchinson hall. WTVt
W Int-ndencia troet.
,y~Y' b, %.'-ltint brethren cordially
H .r Be 1 '71 ilL


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No I Wfn~i Mll uOft hC
Me-etp firet, and third FrIdav night In
each mninortb. Visiting sqiverrcqn% coerdi-
tally. ITIyItte'd AW. W.'i4ATEIN,
)S.j It. if mv.'t'"Cirk.4 C


*--Everything New and Clean.-*
The M3 't Attractive in the Entire C'ity. %. erular Mealk Servvit I D:ily.
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly lat,--.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.
now


W wT .* --* ^ ^^~ -- -j^^ J k-^ ^^ B.^ --
No better Cigar for .* DUNN
the money made-DUR- (1 F' NU U
HAM--atD'Alemberte's GENRiHL I), Uh!'

JOHN McDAVJD, Real Estate Aqents, A,


REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
('I Y PlROPEITY. IF\AMIN(
.\N) TIMNItER LAN;,
FO"( SA.l:.
Lo0ns Plrced at Reas3rab,: Fa'es.
C2 -t (;.v r: ;' : h I. t I .


H. A. WATERS,

butcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 1 72
re !: T, nn--et and Native 3fea:
('!. k,-n* stand Cuntry
Produce Da;iiy-.
Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store
INTENDENCIA STREET.


PIENRAECWIA. FLeA.

I~i:'' .t FIRE. Llt E. MARINE,
A ii:T. FIDbELITY. PLA'IE
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OYST:ERS, FI-;I AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SfE:A-,)N.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
PA.\TES:-F"om $1 1i) to ;.- pr D:y. LODGING:
.l:. :,u ,dal :i stom h A la, ..v *,trot. "', -r .. l.*. I,'l<. ,la 25 and 50c


H. H. *ICKE.


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Plmber Gas and Steam Fitter,
No.- North Palatox Iftre.t. f
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal. NO. & South PFlafox Street.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. kAl Kinds oL Plumbing and Gas :`'ittingv Materials Kept -u Hand
Voice i ulture. Violin and Piano. Leips:.
Ky.:tem; a;so (,uitar, Banjo and Mardoltn. EmLEPHONE a ***- riNSAOOLA rkA.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLAFLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


ST~E convenient place for this purpose. THE BCAXABI RIFIiBS.
NOW I Who will take the initiative? Iap a Cro the Non-Co-
A social will be given at the Meth-. nmlM.lonled Offieer.N
odist church at Goulding to-morrow
night, with a fine musical program- The commissions of the newly
s tesntt including the gravhophone-and re- elected officers of the Escambia Ri-
o, .for freshments. ties having arrived, they held an in-
"" t, Robert McKimmon. Muecogee, J. teresting meeting at the armory last
D. Carmichael. Graceville, H. N. night and C apt. Cros announced
lIavand W. 1). Commander, Liurel nihtand Captn.dCoffies announ -
wa- a ,u e-t Hill, J. F. Cotton. Otahite. W. A. lows: Fir.t sergeant, H. T. D'Alem-
ay. ( Nicholaon, Pine Barren and Mr. . berte: second sergeant, C. F. Schad;
Moe ,H. Burlingame, Del'unlak Springs, thir sergeant. John Mann;
were among yesterday's guests at fourth sergeant, Jos. P. Barry; fifth
the Lewis house. ...t, U o...i ,i, ...


k- Luo:- ar(d Emelia El-
.. i-.-ed frlonl quarantine

'.' .'i.,.ry ,f De-Funiak
., ue-t at t!,h E-callbia

,.v Or-enwwoxd l -ft on t'e
to: .-dafy toi Stioiwhill. Ala..

J.!,.n ti. .Cody had a; hlis
t- trother, J. M. Cody of Lu-
Ala.
N iarlr of New Haven.
m- MillOIwI the gue-t- at t0he
t tii it .
4 Py sof Tam pa brought down
.;.I i.t ef 1,a.-.se'lmer- from Miltou
I.. I i lt .
\:. M,, ..ownt Jr.. of Ilrewton.
.'.* r, ] z ,. Merce .int- yester-

v !' ,:.t ; ortint l -titt citizen 4f
S.\.t.. arrived Ihre yet-ter-

I.;i' I. F. Su tte.r i- fittin-.
-**t a.al will traeltaily -all to)-


Eugene Arbona. the genial propri-
etor of the popular Gulf Maloon. has
just received a carload of bottled
beer, put up esnr-cially for family
use, which he will deliver promptly
to any part of the city if von will
call telephone 199 and say how many
bottles you want. ee advertise-
ment In this issue.
One of the most up-to-date, pro-
gressive and enterprising merchants
in Pensacola is John White, the
haberdasher. He carries an enor-
mous stock of goods, which he buys
in large quantities for spot cash and
he gives his customers the advant-
age of his close buying by cutting
prices down to the narrowest mar-
gin of profit. If you are in search of
anything in the way of men's or
boy's wear and White has it not,
you won't find it in town. You will
find his name and special notice of
extra bargains scattered all through
THE Nkws to-day. John White is
one of the most reliable dealers in,
Pe-n-sacola. When hie advertises
anything you can feel assured th.tid
the truth, the whole truth, and noth-:
ing but the truth is told. Call and
in-ptct his complete stock.


\ I' t o- A.n(i alu-i:. A ..
: f e- r.tty t,,-etay ,,n t !: That feeling of complete satiifac-
S.::,i tiral:i. ti,,n g .- with our clothing: tl.mir
\\ .li It ,.f .Milt-,n arriv-ei v i r t i -#-en at a t glance; tht price
n .,r,'ii:I and leit .,1 t. 1' a, ,bj#-t l-.--on i n t-.aoit iNy.
: M ,: M clavid. \V t. lt'-.
o.: ,.,. tr.tVe nl i mls rbl,-Crierpti 1 ('ouniy Polit S. '.n-a .,, Pr .- ;ad rea.:ite-r it.tere-t is being manifest-
.-: I'an.. Harre to-day. e, in the pire-ent county political
... I. . r. l i ..... r ... I ii i 1 'l ti h t a11 t b -,'t-n -h ltowl' ill


Sergeantt. .earI I. Ue corUL -
rals will be appointed at the next
meeting. After the transaction on
busine-s the company held a prac-
tice drill.
A Powder Mill Explosion
Removes everything in sight; so
do drastic mineral pills, but both
are mighty dangerous. Don't dyna-
mite the delicate machinery of your
body with calomel, croton oil or
aloes pills, when Dr. King's New
Life Pilis, which are gentle as a
summer breeze, do the work per-
feotly. Cures Headacnes. Constipa-
tion. Only 25 cts. at W. A. D'Alem-
berte's.
Some folks' pretences to always
undersell the world are rather tire-
some. No one has monopoly of
brains and money. It will be a sor-
ry day for this town when competi-
tion cease-. Whtite'-.
THE NIV4hL M 1,IIIA.
Pracate- Drill on the Prairie iar y
Next MNtorth
Ofllkcitl notice Ihl- been given
through Adjutant Geni-ral Patrick
Hou-toun that the U'. S. lract!ce
ship Prairio will cemi;:,- to Florida
wate-r- i',-xt illoiul to take- the Fl',r-
il.t N: rival M ili:-ia .n 1 i ,ra'ti;-


('iUis-'. Thme olt ceiniii-'- iisiqeappp owt
waa- tttoo o,-ak.':, rdlt5 'o-Pt n im iel'
(livt-ioil Nl;iv' T. th I'mT l'aii'.-a aiel
.iack-eomvii. lv'ei anss \L~ 7&id
the- Nev We"'t div'i-ioin May the


.'- La.- heeo partitionelld y ar-. P'r liinoient citizen- who he.re- crii-s to contain ellt for one tle-k.
i* i;a ,,lli(e. ii) akin- it totor- toe, no active part in polities liifortinmately. however, th- P. ti-
S. are' ve.ry inuh inte-it-ted thi- time. s ,5aceola divi- ion iis not properly
Thiis i- v-rey iecouraging.i. It lmians .-. w 11 C. C',bl ail il a r:, r vte than uual, amli a i' Lieut. Frank M.. Dunn of the divis-
-iii i-k Silvia thi- morn- vot min-atiis a stronger repr'enlita- ion has ~s) notified (ien. Houstoun.
i' -!,i---ng routnda. He will tjle in the state and congres-ion- The Pensacola division is com-
,. b-e aib--i abtiit a week. al conventions. Escambia county p",,ed of men well capacited for
I l:t.- f. r o,,lnt:ty police who -!hould have more than eleven dele- naval service, the majority of them
Srmnak, thten-silves solid in gates to the state convention-and being expert navigators, and it is a
-t.,ut attend thli church -ihe will get a larger number next pity that they should be deprived ot
MvrItl. -;r.,v. Friday night. time, for all democrats are goingteI tthi" practice crui-e becau~ of a lack
rn-. A. do. e, their duty as citizens 'nd capt ,of proper equipment.
1; (*".;.. I mn Sprin;-. Ala.. their ballot for the ticket nominated -
"' ti Id. -eo-dala. Mo., an. d Mr. at the primaries next Tuesday. In almost every neighborhood
\I,- I. I.VtLs ai. P'kin. Ill.. r.eg- there is some one whose life has
i it H.ete-l E-eambia yesterday. ILenarkalle Cure ot Itheumatisn I been saved by Chamberlain's Colic,
er.-i : il the tiinmber in KENNA. Jackson Co., W. Va. Cholera and Diarrhoa Romedy, or
St,.-tween Itailroad and Coln- About three years ago my wife who has been cured of chronic di-
i, .e,, -tre-t wharves, yester- had an attack of rheumatism which arrho a by the uae of that inedicine.
S t.-rn.,,,ix. a tioero man f.ll cofitined her to her bed for a month u i h persons onmke a ptuntof telling
I .,I *1an-iltg ,uite a little and rendered her unable to walk a of it whenever opportunity offers,
:.. i,t to, the- by-tandera. stqp without assistance. lier liiibs hoping that it may be the means of
Ihebeing swollen to double their normal -s g other lives. For sale by
i. .r.l rS ..odico t, ll end ra tir nsined il Hannah Bros.. 21 S. Palafox street.
S 1 .- i: t: i Ie pre-enit political I7.-. MIr. S. Maddox insisted on mI -
S l-"vI.rv dminocrat in old uin ('t Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I Nobby Spring Suits for young men
-.ilot* ,,ould work earinsttlv loir Ipurchased a fifty cent bottle and at r'
o1 l-.ino.'raey cvand a lit o ir te u,-ed it according to the directions a W i'
t, bt,-' r t.,r.--ntation, and the next morning she walked to
breakfast without assistance in any i uits for the little fellows, with
SIa Dantia. re-pr--enting E. T. manner, and she has not had a simi- Double Breasted Fancy Vests, the
-...e A ',o of 'Portland. Maine. lar attack since.-A. I. PARS-.s. cutest things that ever happened, at
.: ,' t -. of improved wir For sale by Hannah Bros.. 21 South White'-.
i.,w -.r. ,nd- -:rt .nI door-, 'alafox street.


.1 or- -t I'ra v af terinne:oii

- hr I a'k. .f Ne~iti) Ie. M ri
w'-..i. I his 'a Mc('erv'ev
- ,-- a I-a -. 'ittl hav-e' loe--til
%Itha- j ?S. -nhe--s e'mo


o.i? i: a rt t-oo [ai'%- etn!itd -t

It.-IIp~ I e Om ac~s si-I'et!",


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FI'eCiih-ineor Fih-CI Clothini i-
(tual in every r'-jwset to madle-to-
ort der garnirietsi. S.e, tihe- tnew spring
airri\al- at WVhite-.


()Ours is aan ever lu-vy -tor", bect il-
of attractiotni. c'on-tant. variou-. and
depe-lndalble. that appeal too those who
be-li<-ve that "**itii.eV -iioulil buy
,il:r,'v- worth ." WVV it i


Itepiorted D~aily tfmr The News
Mic'irs. A. M Mo.tes A Co.


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n iake- (' Ietttim-"- to order. andi
r. ,r.--riNt k. Cllorn o', .. C lir'a..- .
tire zrv-at, -t 'iircihanit tailoring cen,
c,.:ni ini tht, wo,,rll: s ati-faction alind
p,-ro'et lit .r:iarant-ed. Wtite'-.


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lPepi:i Peppermint Wafer- aid di-
"'.stion. A-k your dealer ,r th lenl.


NolIby HBvyI" Kneee Pant-. with
)oubllle irea-teel e-t.. at W liitfe'-.


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


Peamuthe 11Ine K nd YGi h~a-lAlwaysBoupt!t


(',Itohi!)mn2~tij-atitail-reef iote'td
anid tlo oi! vat ~I t'-


+ es-.'' ma. -t re-ee-ivo-j Isfs
00 f I~ia aI f ta ;11 i :11 L i' 4I"
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We don't expect you to buy
unless you can't help yourself.
Every Dollar spent in our
store, entitles you to a ticket
Which gives you a chance for the
beautiful Machine displayed in
our show window. Lucky num-
b'r announced May 1.

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Opposeld to Woman Suffrage.
Totir tE editor ofTr DailyNews.
Another Colorado woman has been
found who is opposed to woman sf-
frag-, and this one is not afraid to
give her nanie, her address and her
reason-. Slit- is Mrs. John Otth of
Denver, who conducted a gambling
house on Eighteenth street, and is
popularly known as the "policy
queen." The great Woman's club
of Denver, with a membership of
about a thousand influential women,
is exerting itself to secure the honest
enforcement of the law against
rambling, and the fact that the
women have the ballot strengthens
their hands in this effort. The Den-
ver News, after describing Mrs.
Guth and her gambling house says:
"This woman, when she learned
that her business was to be inter-
rupted, said: 'I wish some people
in Denver would learn to let other
people alone when they are pursuing
a legitimate business for a living.I
If these woman suffragists who leave
their homes and babies to run about
in politics and mix up with other
people's affairs would stay at home
and do what they were put there for.
i Denver would become a good town.
Things were just getting to that
point where business was given an
impetus by the freedom of the peo-
ple, and now comes this crowd to set
the town back again.' "
It will be remembered that "lt t"
Masterson of Denver. in an inter-
view in the Boston Post, declared
that wo lan;n suffrage had ruined the
city by its depressing effect on the
gainhliiitg indu-try. On inquiry,. it
was found that heo was a prize-
fi;liter, who had killed eve ral vi'-
tilns. amli that his own :ainhlin|
li ,;se, among oth.rr. halt been
closed a- a re-tilt of equ i l .utTra;>r-.
A I.I 'E K '{ I ONE l KlII.. K\ .I.

No Right to l'gneits.
TI w"ni'e'n who, is lively in fa'ile.
flrin and tein'r will alway-.have
;:ieilid -. l 4nt oit e w ii would h,. at-
itrsetiv i nin-t keep hetr I:o althi. If ihe
i-. w-ak. -ickly and all run down. ishe
will h** iii vion-, anii irritable. If she
i'- cii'-titp ti on or kidney trouble.
her ll iil0tlr leio,.I l wvill caui-' pilin lf-.
ilt'l,.--. -kii ertiptioi) ins atim a
w retc'li, c,, lil'l X!xi l.;lrctric.Pit-
t.r- 'i- tlie te-.t inedi- ine' Ii I tlhe
w rld to n t'illt' -to nllactll liver andl
kidlnwy- andi to purify the blood. It
4ivr --Inv t I ii i -rv -. hriIht oyV -.
-n!i,,,th. v. Ivety -kin. rich comiplx-
tio'i. It w ill :iiak a i',o ,l-loo k in .
cliarn ini l w n l fan o tF a rlmn-dovvi lll-
valid,. <)niy :,o cnt- a;it \VW. A. I)'AI-
<'il
WV w ii! Ii tllld"' i: .l,: 'al 5,t
I.5 ( nt,. act a,.i make, th'lin 1'--k
like new. ..:..r Lani:iry.

l ,:ll'ifli *.'. .. tlllr t ,f.S ilk .N n'.-
w ,';.r. j i-t *. *iv I :i t \ ,i:'- .

,A'o ref'riFert/or on the
imatirket' can clmUtI those. sold
h/ JM(ar.v/on \- Fi/,ch/. ('all
an/i seC what bc(uties they
(ire.


A he-autiful :;.-- rt-ii'ii' ,f ,,o andtd
c.', t- -pri;T t;1! a t \\'liite'-.
Thti' New ('olumnilima SI -hirt i- a
crackerjack ; t ii- -ea-'.ti's iiew spring
-tyle at \\a ll;,"-.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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LOCAL R EWS


nut tow f',UiiCV~tO
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is ha'd enough as
it is. It is to her that
we owe our world.
and e everything
should be made as
easy as possible for
her at the time of
chl:dhirth. This 4
is just what

MOTHER'S

FRIEND ,

will do. It will make
baby's coming easy
and painless, and that without tak-
ing dangerous drugs into the sys-
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
penetrates through the skin carry-
ing strength and elasticity with it.
It strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
pregnancy.
The mother of a plumb babe in
Panama, Mh.. says: I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
highly."

Get Mother's friend at the
Drug Store, S$ per bottle.

The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
ATLANTA, GA.
Write for our free illust:-ated book,
Before Baby ia B. ,rn."


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of T.adies' Waists

We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in thL

city of well known brands. Among them the famous

"(Gri//'on w7/ l/." famous for fit, style and finish-in

fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


dealer or customer can deny.


You


may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Sl'. Cnr.il\ A\

Tm:rI-::IiV INCRE:ASE.- THi: BUSINE-SS."


New I AN UDi i New
Arrivals'! Lfl[O I lN IMDUIU fIti) Arrivals'.
Our Centre Tabie- a's, .- rt,,uinig beneath a eioodly -hirer of :! Newe-t
'I ,i:'m- I Laces :and Embroiderie4.
Swi-s Eld in; a',d E -I'tion. Hamburg ltgii!e. ,,! fIn-ertin,
\'al.nici liac-me" and Insertionm .
Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion.


(erman Torchien l 'egPrinvg,


Apliela La:ice :nil Inisertioni,


I',Pin: de Spreit, Oriental andl Plat \';. I.,i.-.
.,'0) Remnant- Hamburg Edzinv. six yard lentithi. worth 7,. r, ., at ,c.



Sweeping Sale of Muslin underwear! *

One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed and tucked, -iiz- I anid 2., a .. loc pair
Sizes :3, 1. 5 and 1. oilly ........................................... I 5c:pa ir
One Lot Chtld'i s Trimmed Drawers at ('Cost Mark
<)ne Lot Child's Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child'- Trimmed Skirts at Co-t Mark.
One Lot Misse-' Trimmed Gownq at Co-t M..tk.
One Lot Ladies' Trinmmd C(hemise, worth 3:5c for................ oc each
One Lot Ladies' Trilmimned Cambric ( demise, worth 7e for ....... 1c- each

fOBne Lot Odds and Ends--
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Co-t Mark Price.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
--)OF TH:--

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHI,


P. I? N II:N'r i- ri'i.-:-vr. iPV:NM'iitas


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

-::.--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(:


Furniture at all Prices.
V r. el; i, ind : rI .. *. -

aItct-l.ti eshin*i!et- w it' I: t ',-
!hie'-t, ft llilr. .ieiil 'it ', r- ft'"
(Jail ;a l **x: ni'i t 0 .tc ( .
l'ryor's la.ir,.ii.l F lrimu::i> Hoi-' .


tt ittl t- urp:a- all olther m#ake- fl i 1 A-
peanut, com 'oan1ut. pop co rn and wal- nl. U ITIIA
nlut. L AE I
See the nobby effects in Men's :
hose, at MWhites.


I r kt if A~. *11'- h

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o f 'P sir-e aim :e lan
dlry.


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CASTOR IA 25 Cents
For Infanta and Children. -AT-
Th KId Yes Have Alwap htM ick Apostle's Restaurant.
Bears te ---
Situ of' rt Orders Promptly mitrvI all H ,'"
Signatureof of Day or Ng!At.


lal dozen Scriven's Patent Elastic
seli) drawers at 60 -c-nts per pair, at
White's.


Fish and Oyter; iin R S'yll5.


Nick Anostle.


GEO. A. PETERSONP
Dealer in
B~eyf*3 aid Bieyele Sundries.
Age it 16r hlamer ib'er Ue!ridand*llRacycle
irlv-s. !-ix Yeas. .-zp..ra '-in.ee allIt-
pair flat of I$icyc *-. E asta k-giatt-r..
'A yl#e-^ i ter-. G(unq.fi.:.tNt',malle to
Sly I.Y1o4k. En1-.
12 wast 1ammwng~m Iv*,w.A,


-NEW ARRIVALS!C-

OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


VApparel.


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cJsrOMS RECEIPTS.


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KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

FO LEY9S KIONEY CURE It i
rULl O $arm d Rodoy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. -ad $&.
\\ \. I "AL-1. M IhTE.


~ eC~v~t~by M"edical Pr~ofesswor,
TBoxes- Pcoeet 1),:
'2~Cper- BOX~
I c n receipt (,f gOr,:to


jT#11-ONE Y(N WANT
r N ., -


;a MZ'rss Pinkb3!n. Mor
Ur'eat co'r'espanderive Is
L'r,:dcr ho(icrGTYDszij.;r-
vicifcn,
CveWry wMOmn o tids
cot aantshould undo,'-
stm that 3he 02r& wrlt


GREEN WILL BECANDIDATE.,!
Judge of' Ten Mlile 11111 Wants to Be
VqiorompJ.4'of Chaarlp.4to:7 County.
k i -.-r*: Ap-i 2-P he re-

!.f .Tu !i:. T,. .4 r hay put un.
4IK. K K :1. 8 'y .~aixu ore


10 : ::trvr u 6,t ii ;ii n the state~.
A1:.,1-;.-t t"i'14. lt' hi s frif,11dbAaIlm
ftmt4 ; :vw.- of 11" falilily, lie
luin.'.' Ifr, :'. t~i.'it v t~i Tvn iALI;Hill,
tli*- .ild I';11, 4 i:h.r4 oand au-
iiOU11ce'!'dthv !# i. iatt (4.-4,m(-there tw re-
tunii 148 hi,: lift- was threatcut.d ti.me
aii(1 Ait:t1l.ibut heit'(lid fbi faltf-r ard ini
Six IU'11pitLa=C1 t..1 fit' iji{.''fromi a
wild r!ee.!'t t4) 44111- Of tiit' 1111-;St JXt.'4e4ftfll
SeN'ti. 4115lot the sueie.


freely O Mrs. PAY THE TRANSPORTATION.;
abowAMWphysical con-o
aasUW ,' Alls Pe MC' oAtlaro;t 31myFtirnisla Special Train
AM IsFur the' Veterans.
AllI r t. April 3.-The ctinf(,erate!
V. ern- w at i.1tle.anniau2Uri!imniI ,
A w o m a n at I.unis-viL.':h!' ye'ar may have their
Arnjwuiw woman ~l'thembyt

ham e wib afts aon.. ti'U1)r i4 L"t i t
fidso mw b@tip a iniTil.. man rc,:o .-'ir tuiii
hvjsuueu'e"abotat geliJS day ltftern'Vti in1 thi- ..shzx-tif a ro)u
ef wo dibm. ay oibW tion fr~n iinr. JLm-avi Aftt hi'
h (luti in halt .1! .i -,rn ad Dr. 1Lokinigano l-
pe.lwo o O@IinMP7* I 1o1io thit itt 41 '.'- tl~iei'urt-~imi (f other
citi'- 1,, faivi-li hfrt-- fil -prtI i~d .r
Lyi WU E.r ~ ~ i'vtru-wa~d'xeiiwl~ th.'
a JBIA NI M a11k1Mo m 1 : L :.--01 lag lX4t i r~t~l vlt 11 t
amew Evey neighbor- ot:-1:111. .
heod, *lmn-stever'y;

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p~1lt land InsurAn-111ce
AGENro.



NICOLA CAr%-SA9
RESTAURANT --0Y ST E RS
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A. M. AVERY,
'i MPtEm Ro Afd"D 4 woEfoaV.'
[MPORTER AND JOBBER OF


OUR


Iron.. Nalls, Axes, Shovols, Saw MIL and Steamboat Sunppitcq, Ccokinj
auddIf eating Bt3ove,, Paint. Oils and Winldow Chaf-? A .II
Agato and Tinware a~nd IHousefur'nlshf-big Go-,s.-A
ftm-Pltol,4 and Fis;h 1;( Tackle.


AGENT for Rirmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Gialt
Stitched Bolting, Northampton Emery Whsel Company, Laftin A Rand
Powder Company, Johns',r'a Kalaomine, Iron King ar.d Buck's Stoves
and Ranges, Ww. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hiae La~e Leather, Mascry'u Ready
MSade RailroT-eV Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


TII 011O11AL IE TUCIT DAZllL B0lil,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENIS FOR

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

ATl'lTho Largept and BH-;t Selcted Stock of B.ttole Whi-ky andl
Wine-. for Family I '.e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.


PANTS!


Said about FAN) pair.- of
long legged, st ort legged.
slim, fat. pusay, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
Inest3. a. they got out of
the boxes and up onti,
our clothing tables.
5(w pair, of pi.anti in ,l**4
day is a good many, but
what .about th:n? Sonif'
are a dollar a pair. goodm
cas-imere pantw. Sonu*
are two dollar- a p1tir.
good c.t--iint.re pant-1.
S(ilo e are tiree, thdillar. a
pair. i.r',.Il t c; -ia iin -re.
panti'. Soni :tre, tw<,.
three'. tiil fi ir i.'llar- ..
pair. good w0,i-ted pant-


W A'Alo Avent for the LFaniiout P;ab-t Milwaukee 'Beer. Free Deliv-
Pry to every Part of the City.
P. O. Box 41s, PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 179.

llSOMETHING NEW
SOMETHING NEWfiE lO 1U/


v. at P'ow( 1xn. April 14. trn-
dor-4.d i VIt-, "e Wrk inii ~iene- Dfe 10-

F4 r If fit-legiiiature.
C. M. i-rf1.0 Ji. 11
H. C. ('Ii ptunl.
I ?~ne.tu count y inventiono.
P:,ciu,- :2-H. H. WXieko, F. R.
i, ~i. It. A. C-edille. Wni. Carntu-

I'r'ti nct 13-3 F. L.. (Iiir~a. Ar-
thur J-ohn-mi. .J. C. Avery. J. Whit-
ht1L -Hartri-.. 3 a-. L. Swofiuliv.
l'rocinct I14-6un.; iKtzien. J. F.
Mi'? ci!.ctA F. Zlm-, 6. Dh-,Ii.Jlva
il. J*'lne4. F. E. Commytol*.. W. A.
D)ux.Htni. H. A. Water-l. 14ni-tf
f *all For Stale (Cionventimi.
for it Atat#- io.rnocratte eronvt4ition 1to
1, z.-i t ak NOI IV. I It. F1a.. TuIVdAB. .1 Wit,
T'h.- Oonweratic party of the' statv of Flor-
id.will ho 4kldit'k a-tate '.n'Otionti t J ackson-
.!, on Iut-i(tav. lune Iv. at 12 nooni, forthe
I ( 04 I~t'Vt~to reprf'.*'ft theta ,fte
it t he tnatlSnal democratic convenltionl.Ito
I-..h.Ild at Kan.-ast aty. MO.. .10 Ir 4. 111W to
,no 1)111)11** cm1j(Iiahtt'%for ttik, ~o~tic+.sof (iov-
#-r )i0I* w .1ju-t ivt 4of ttit. supre-me .Court.
IPii q icI rt rut oT. .Illi ~4,4(f A gri-
,,is nitioj omn4 ,,inut-on*-r for tiin.
t nh f our3-' *ao. fokir ProiiiitonihaI i.:lect-
,.1- iai I 441: iItwrIuiatt%. to it.,' ~ittd jfor at
T4i, l-,\1 t -4guhi4r -.- 4~* .I41.and ito
1.1 z14 e7 4)-,ttitf r mi ..4?t:41: i414* 1iv
I :-I ov.-- hontir.*it vol'...ca.t I'll
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1.% 1 t til: Il .: 4 I.v if %. or? ii T t
I~. a I III I.. It
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4 1,-.rill"
I 11 1 h.; to Ilt .It:d
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Wv Il lRO0CILI S0LE IEI T FOR


Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.


SScrew Worms and Ticks .


SSLOAN'S LINIMENT
i is vted. Also klls a p'avin, Curb rr Rpint.
a.t. ,. or ur and -o rt lnto n
C.:ttca nd7-hctp .. ... . . . ..
SSW,'.I ii b 'a-. A.it n itrr...y it -: .r.i ,,
aind ..ol.c. It ,the . . . ..... .. .
Best Antiseptic Known.
FverrNt'e it iwarraMted. Sold by druegists and dealers
4- ge a...v, l--rAysaze,3C.l HorseIaet .,50. and $ixo
Prepard by DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Bsto, Mu,. t


--EVERY DAYi-


buy pants for adrer-


tisin( I pitpoXCX-t1)sou n


H:ALL & KLEIINIS ea, H ''Z "'


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
"]1reloptl3okxo 848.

CWyPatrous, New and Old, are Cordially Invited t) Vi-it and Inspect
their Imniense Stock.


TIME TABLE.


LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
IN JFFFECI'.IANI'A1'Y 7. 1101K).

12:A5 w1)o01 1 1II:21113) In I~'Leve j4flvn~arctIa ... Ar I- Iv 1 4. 1.7,p tit 1 :44a m
2:15 p it% 2:74 ii tIg It t Arrive F1,,Y.mttq.4n ArI:iv. Z p4* 11'4 4 2;X) a81II
1:12 1)11 3:41T) aI& II Arrive ..~. M 111 t- A i'iv)' 12:dk 41044D 12:2111 night
-:31 p ii 7:1111% in Art ii'..' Now 4Irt,-anS A4I'..~ .:..;a 111 7:15 pptit
1':1 11)141)6;1411 t1III A mvi'.e m441.l im ry Arrn'..I'I11.It) a III 9A:1) p In
'x4a 111 7:10 1p tit Arrive Ni-hIt.II*- At rivt- .'21 a8I 14101it:'W Inl
2 171 114 48::Wa it A I~r1'.4 I 4414-1I::. A10:1?p in It aIn
4:, 1)1141 7 a46lt II Ai'.* % 4 tl I :a% 6 4045 pIII I 01p II
BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
No. !. N INo N o. =1.
-t :5 n I t_, 7:to' a In .. 1.a'~Iti~ p fit t":311pvIn
J.-:.S14 .714 1iItztt 7 :.'xa tit M I ta.i ,' *Pe III5: It pin
4.4 :3 a4In !#:*-.' a4fit i eFumaik MSpring- 1) 111 2: 441 1) It
#4:I P. a1&.41 I,4Aitit IIIIa 4 411414'.*v: It 111412:57 p tit
7:.oi a 4III I :1J.,a tit Matrie 4I-1tillI"p 411 12:cS115.-) 11 o
1:, it4III 1-:1C. n~p,.,n VI:'.. r 1!4ti1mi 5p In b14:2!) itom
I :I.: p 4I1I.i'aII1. 155 .1) 111i
7::..-) p tit j .ack..,.IviIl aI.?:U: n


isv-BEERS, ETC.,z(:


IN NVOO 1).AN 1) G;LAS,4. 1, A I''; E' O)I Z*s M A ,1,(I. '~A NTlI I- IlFA


ALLIGATOR


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pants that are made "of

food goods: pans /prorided

with all the comforts of

home: front pockets, watch


pockets,


money pockets nights in


case your wife want.s to see

if she is eFetting half ,,f

]onur income) pistol porkv'/v

and refresh ment pocket.s.


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Slidi a- a r',wk pl:iin *,r I ni cy pst-
t'rii-: for $2..' tI1 t t \ i l k. ,,p :ti i ; aM .
b)die i il It i lli ,' iii-! 7- t4i8t!v- I,,
w .-a r th!. I1; .. t1 1 i 1 i ;.,- r. ;:! i ,
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SALOON


p. O -i;tUnion DlIept ;!i No. ,


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor. "


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lhI( R )1'.,IIlli.. 501R1'MASH.
-YELL I WM'FO)Nk2 B YE WHISK~Y.
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ArFIA\'TA BR&AVINO C((MPANY S
ICELEBR~ATIED) %- i:. i.B~


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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

looms for Rent by the Day, Wleek or Month.
311, 312 North Tarragena Street, Opposit Unioo Depot.
0O-Telephone 68.-0 **
'O -,.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.:,*-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
F-. ElH VEGETABLES iRE!Il8 DAILY, INOLE3AIE1 All RETAIL. --
S'I,, 1 .. Pensacola, Florida. I "a '* r "W


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


THE DAILY


Katerid at tbe Post Office at Penescola.
Vi asmecond -cla.B maarer
Orpicr: Pitt Building,' 12, Bouthb Pal.-
toastreet. up-stairs.
P BLIIH EII BY
THE EWS8 PUBLISHING 00.

Ternm -Invariably In Advance.
O ear by Mail .. .. ......
til luotibi .i ,.
Tbrwe Months 1 "."
**.ieMonth '
0oa Week, by 'Crri*-r. pdyablte Monday 1'

STHE WKIKKIY iEW8:
Ptblihebd cvtry Friday at t$1.4 per year
Pomase free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advhrtis'ingReta Furnished on Application.






TheeVper iso one with the
UMiim AKEiISIS co.,
m t mliln. at. Pla Mian.. where
hs, &dveUmrtis and other: may
e ise t m"d where estimated will be giveu
l*pim rA wr M ,UER AOVaRT*ssING.


FEIBAOOLA. APRIL 4. 1900

PRECINCT )EIEGATI-8
The Mays l.emorratic C'luib f p~riiala
bai* indolte-d tb'- following t:aket for d,-l-
*-*at" from ttilerity precincts tob Ib -n-
eraStki. county Ci'viiontlon to lto hlhl d~t
raoelton. April It and ask ttat they U,
giTen h t-art % up(ort bty tihe vt-rr, :
Preciinct I.--4". H. t(illiKle-. Itax I i tih i-
lian. tin. ta 'l, .1 l'. M I xw ll. and 'I. F.
W rigtmsn.
Jo ln I !i 'h ; i w ., c. V .Jiit m. .il W, "'.
] unianci
l'rt.-' i .t .-o,. lrAwn .Io< I. I ahllion.
J M r MI. A-1>, ,'i-y .IhAi tl 'lilTf. j .:id J. I..
rr--cmii' : .-t. H. l'utnan..l ohn \i -ct.
Wimn. .iL,-i* t, J. J V Ateic i Wl:.'. i .l V'. A.
I uzjhat:.
l\i state- I1"tll .'-n'-ral election,-
before Noveiimber. Rhode 1sland'-
occur;. to-day : Loui-ianti follow-
Alpril 21 ; North Carolina. Au,-ust 2:
Alabama. Auti-ttt i(: Ve\rmont. Anig-
ust 7 antd ,e, gia. October 3. Rhode
I-laud'- la-t election record was a
republic.ini plurality of l.css. Loui--
i.na chos,-es a governor, tihe -otn iof
Senator Catflry beiiizt on1e of the
candidate-. In North Carolina a
governor and other state otlicer. will
bechos.-ii. the former to succeed the
present republican incumbent. Ala-
bami will al-,o elect a governor.


the New 'oa'k statats Z#eitung, in a
World interv-iew. declares that Ot r-
man-Americans voted almost solidly
againlit the C laicago Platform inl "(4;
aud sayr:
Tbe democrat iw party ha- a great oppor-
tunity if it 1141k- ferwar~i aind not back-
word. A gr.Aatciiac y of tic" p.opie' a.!
ttuisoc~tvunlrAd4 .,: %%i-!i tata U, aiotd 1-i
vote for McKini~ey', iAniptriillismtnacd mili-
tari-an. allihI am cg':it-iUc.'i intcu'zd
UgkiD tb. Lj-sicd'.of Iaesr. v o !.,uc ia're
a&,)prtf.r(4)ic Bi-ytolryacanir.-,i100A
iriatly t --.rf~t fr k1:!r :i 1"
lpy. 0W (c-ir-.' It,' t ;jut r. fc t
fo u w. i' 112 ;iiac.' e.f FrI ar-. Br.%anl
should ?h~ a .-- a of !w u : ., i .. i .,!


JOE NCKI n..'. aN e i tha1t -1, .J), cI I',,-'
..:- t

1.:Lt~d 1, -tal ra~firin MAi~.
kinmt-d at tl1at c' untri,-nc-w-,tcpr-.,
'ja" at la-: a chanlc+ a I ln-ciiiillz a

-tiecrlm tof it :arly all of it- iuio!-.ttcii-
~,ectec~a~le'fa~atit~.It i' al-e- t::.-
'-tattli'. ef U" eAiII\. r-i V1-
c(':.ilg~ed. icui ('L 0, :1 t c "C'11,ci lu--
rAte!- of ; .5c "t*.,*tl~ -t
potic iz su hv lti~rccL.
1641c.L- e0!r ri ;' l (, f 1 k-. ,- etL
tLcc-v be ho-iAd ,r (tta l 1. w tie
t n'y hIs,- ., VIby -Lb~'~iq ret
t-rawl".z car w. laz tc a t to
lce- Ire'-miiu.cis.en'-ti i.';il 1"tlic~t- fit'par!t"
A-f re-gel:t:,'11 A 1- 1-a 401= c Pli- "i-IIo I


tc la d I-,-pr thAt ''Ifc.
*J. lit T-1U#U' 1


t il "j I,"- 5i Ic ni-ai '.
W L .-; : 1 .
w- criti' -* :i i i i ;a .i i .. -
ft-n- '** -* : ~ l : -
l eriill i'y .- *. ;0 x'l 4 '.-


lug can 'al sp.i!..il l' i - t i: i- t"A"
aim e w itti tiae i'ai', !'',:., ,a '" ;
offt ces. T".' .. Iv-" "-' "'i: t' i44.'s joy:.
and lease w i' it It i-'t'l- h-" li:iy ti.Iv,'
whoare wa.rt, k.. ;,i:::. lay rui .;ii.z
iutol pi n it I t I; r iti-titi 'I.t-
how and w' *I "t I.! ,:.. I ,
which tihey ara' a o!t;il.-n'd.
4Ipeaker IIen e -r-o ., f c t,' i:-i
of representativ- i- now ; i-ily n-
gaged in expl:iiui:inz to hi- Iowa 'coln-
sititlento his attitude upon the Porto
Ricotariff bill. In a I -tte:. intended.
of vomrse. for publication,i but ad-
dre'ed t4o an Iowa friendly h- ni akes
the startling -"'xi-lanation" of his
position. and that of other republi-
rasi In the house. 1y declaring that
their iff to opfritte between two parts of
the same country was to prevent
a* ,me wic.ed trusts--the sugar and
soaccs truste-fronm bein: lbenefit-
ed by "-free trade." Hear him:


___


W-_ i.Life Wvka% lktc'.l.

z -u (4f H itanIt. lMo.. latt'ly had *
w-id-,'jci-ful de-liva ranceo froimnaci'right
fiil (le'atc. IIIt hlIt, of U ,AO .i.-
that Intil ilate' lPgietiiiiitj,1. NMT;.-I LII-
i~'a~e!:it. ci-114 Lt. I wa owoalh I
('mAl~dn', 0 aIt -I, itup in ih, d. NhII-
iniz lic-l-p-A I'h it. I oxpcrtfdt.)( o -on
di- fafCwe:-;umpti,1n. wl~ozi I l.':cd of
I )r. K iu '-Ni w )( )11,.* 1,
I ot ;:gIV*, :,,I eat Ira- Iitf. I colilt I I-
ti.cit v-,- it. and ci il :eI~l l thWallandi
-tr'u't'. IV~iat =ti.* tea t'tch in I*-

,I-,. werjid f.Ar 1all J1:ataanatL ,4ii:
II rwi'mhle. lK.egulner 1iz,- "-)o cent-; and
111 Ti;t Ici lattl. -cfrc.'''att W. .A-


XX. iwoki a -;ecial hiu-i-uja -- .4i
hiL: tat~i2':clat =ehu,.lc.'.A-l
I ,it e lA I IIl #I --*t tA f it t i 1 i t bh I ;
ri'acaI-la ,n toa1m lii, care i ily tmid Q.-Ii
I- .;tic''I -i l -umi I Va' dljsral
;l -I-k ef t Ile 1 1) 1I ~am l:c ,*'c


l'i-va jrc .=mu I-. I e m.tI I: a~ i fi
I I It a'I'''S r, k- i r- .I :t I

!- I I ci. h ~ dl'-A '..
c Iit. 1-.


I ;,r I .rr 'iivy earn
'1 V, i ,W -,'*,1u r :+ .i H '"P ..

"l*, : i... !t : t ;'' .t at. dv y for I) ;t r .'.a

i w: I r,,li,-ve tt' po r little sut-,.-r.r ii-
m -,'l.t-lv. ,,itl bIy Drucil stsi:t :1 ,\ iny
pirt oft tIl. world. TwOeity-flv' c.'n'-~ a bit'-
tle. };I. tur" ii.ld iask for "Mr-. W ii:lo-li '-
1toothlng byrui." and take no other ki:ld.
kAA(L I1,. M.ASS A<4.E.
\ : I I i w i 'd ri
,' ,.:, .. I .,at A ll i -. alld
-, ** :. A 1; .- iy in 'i .. =
l..,,ltt--. ,' ,,i t M" i-- K '< l;,r :it
lowv. r- A Krn--'- M .M Ill:n-ry. ,,i
Ir-.d.iy v: ;af:er tIlhat date .1 2 We-st
* r*.*, y. 2t lw

E-ater Opjning.
Turbanis and lHonniets. Thursday.
Friday and Saturday, April5, t;aaild
7. RemnPinher data. All invited., .
D)el hayer, 21 W. Government -treet.


H. dache
Biliousness, sour stomach, constipa-
tion and all liver ills are cured by
Hloed' Pills


A kidney remedy that can he de--
pended aon will hI)e JOuili ill P:;I ~i.
A.-it BITTIStR. It heal-and ,trh';:t--
eli. Sold hIy Hannah HBra.

IFor rIaniil,' 1 .
last gr-ne Arbonia of tI., (ai- l s.i.al) it
las ju-t receilved a car''oatl ot bottled
beer, put up 'specially f,,r filliily"
t-c, which lie is pre;';ar il t' lt'l ivi r
t" any part of thie cily ,i -i',t: loi-
tice at le',imseniable pricu. lay Itin, den..
-ir '_-,. C all plil lir l ;19. ,<:,l 1 -,.It'
your order lor imine-diate tltliv-ry.
i e :i rinilini foir l'.' .-" i.t oat
t'li,- iino hy .pearl A\l i!ie li";-i a: -,,-
vit-s o.lyv la-t.d a w c'k : ."; A l,/.-o i
i;ore j -t- r'teceivatl. Lbu: :in- Iv.n1't
.i -t WltOI. W hite'-.


Oumrr 'M #-u' Spring C(l'.,t 1; .:1,,i L v
t-aitnii every Ivwa.% I J i-'
WhIitt- label wccidiCli bela-. -1 t*:,-i:cii
theyv VVarmi.~ It jt'-.


M31111.NFIlY 1NLWS,
.Iri I, ('.Clien is (Tll-in-' a. Sp ial
I endlae I'sf Thii. \,< k
4 .-;'r:i"y -untnc'.i 11 *- 1 il'.,a ;L'-.
,,l|y" Bll ti i Ic1-.
, 2ily 9' (t-nt-.
In ly '.i't ern Hlia; liep.irtuiint
.i w ill ll1 :omlnie xtra .'a .. l v.,i-
', W-e. \'e air. m ak .! il2 : ,1i : IA ti.i-
j, .i 'llio it foe rt it a' ival ;' i
r. w Ea-ter 'nvelti. -.
Inl My TI cnii.crd Il ihDepar.: 'lentl
Y ,i t'ac i hiuv a nii e, tl' iil,.,t (';.ic
li it fo: $1.:2->. I ;1:iu ..7]. i;. L.,'-'-
r nr-. Mix-id Braid-. et(c.
; i ti; tMrs. I. <'oiirC'-i

A. v ritahlle feast of '-o ;w t it '.I'-
Sl::i aluhl boa'. a.t W nX -

1)Do yoi )r -lievx all youi re... r in t lie
p:per-,r? l-;xalgmrtertltis:l in c'ialv r-tic-
ii i:l:liy attr:act p i--t; attention ;
ilnt we at'- tliot -se kii, pt s-iii- r at-
Wal;itia it. \t'- 'r- liokii.; for -i:.
:1en't cuto.tc) i '-. Ws 'hi.e'-.
Itanti i lr,,-'. ear" aCenit- fir I.
\\'.- -." C( ,,lg C (u'nra-. 1)i:irr! I{. t i:
-Iy amtd Wih li tnz/1 a:ive. 'I !iev
e'atr.ilitee all thre'- of the-o prepar:.t -
tions aind will chieerfullYv re-fulid the-
Imoney to any oane who u--c thems
w'ithouait being benefite.d. Price 2":,
cnts each.
Our prices are absolutely the low-
est; those who think the contrary
have either not fairly tried us, or
they have measured our prices by
:hose charged for Clothing of doubt-
ful quality. White's.





Motto: Absolute Purity.


Q'UnId. for tepurpi!t' (if fuimtiii-tiLu,
i 1.1,urziful cup- h cc!(if ,)u,(-I ijkiv

,e B.rd if iHe~alth, F--



w~ t d. X LTh 't p t.


1.;'- i briz~ r-onnkidrii- v (Ii--
1't t0, 1 .


It I-W A

Your Credit is Good

Twi.' .2: t *- Xj V.P i! :I

()..
Kiriiin :aituz.*l- w


WHiiam |ohlp9on & 0oi.


Wits wis G.


the United States free tof any duat. thus THE W IK IHIPS. POLICK COU'IK.
giving hundreds of thousands of dollars
profit to the syndicate-s. There has not They Proceeded to Sea I his Mot ning Tw a Women at d Onfo Man Poul d in .a
been, nor is thero now. to my knowledge, a En Itout t Hanmpton Roads. Bawdy House.
lobby here working for the Porto Rican The flag New York, battle-
bill, but iese syndicates aThe flagship New York, battle- There were eight cases before-
terests of New Englaod and otb-r interests. ship Texas and gunboat Machias Mayor Hilliard this morning. The
including tbe- flour intierests.ar all trying went to sea between 9 and 10 o'clock flnes aggregated $62.50.
to get intoPorto Rico itHbout paying the this morning and sailed majestically Willie Slinger and Will Denning.
1 percent duty on their produ:: a-a pic- and safely through the channel un- colored, and Katie Crawford. white.

Amazing patriotism: unparalelled ter the efficient guidance of Coni- were arre-ted last night and fined
statesmanship! And this, too. from modore Bazzell on the New York $10 each thi.- morning on a charge of
and Pilot Bell on the Texas, with visiting a place where lewdness and
the chosen representative of a party the light-draft Machias in the lead indecency is practiced.
that has always contended that as a guide ship. Mabel Brooks, charged with curs-
,"the foreigner pays the tariff tax." As a fitting close of their stay ing and abusing, was fined Io.
Beide- this, another reason is here, the Oseeola club gave a recep- Fate Allen and Ed Bearfteld, col-
Stion last night at their elegant club ored, charged with fighting, were
given by the astute Henderson for rooms in honor of Rear Admiral fined $6 each.
the action of the republican tariff Farquhar and staff. and the other of- Ed Shear, drunk, $5. Paul Boy-
protectionist?. It is that the Porto fleers of the fleet, which was one of den. drunk and disorderly, was fined
the most brilliant social functions $7.50.
Ricans are in a desperate condition of the season. The club rooms were
financially, and need help, and the brilliantly illuminated and artisti- Nobby effects in new spring fancy.
intention is to play the roleof Robin cally decorated with national col- vests at White's.
Hood, by taking the tariff customs ors, bunting, flags and ferns, and the:
from the wicked, rich trusts and giv- The coming here oelaborf the fleet was
ing the proceeds to the Porto Ricans. due entirely to the efforts of Com-
Astounding philanthropy! mandant W. W. Reisinger. The
Can any man-republican or dem- channel and coaling facilities of the
'port have been fully tested and a Confectionery in 10, 20 and 30-cent.
ocrat-be deceived by such an *ex- most favorable report will be made. boxes. Try them. All dealers sell
planation"? Unless Mr. Henderson's which will ultimately lead to Pensa- them.
constituents are the chumps he evi- cola being named as a naval coaling We are doing a big business and
dentlr believes them to be, they will station,whicb will hasten and assure e ar doing a bi business and
dntl blvs thmto be, they will the rehabilitation of the Pensacola it is no wonder. Why shouldn't we?
want from him a better explanation ,navy yard and make of it one of the There is no particular mystery about
than he has given them-when his most important naval stations of our success. We always have the
term expires. this government. right goods. the right service and
--- This will mean much for Pensaco- the right prices, arid these always
WHEN TRAVELING la. With the machine shops at the win. We emphasize the honest treat-
yard in active operation a large meant feature and sell to sell again.
Whether on pleasure bent or busi- number of skilled workmen will Whites.
te--s, take on every trip a bottle of find profitable employment and the
Syrup of Fig-. as it acts most plias- wages they receive will go in circu- COF ? FE COF.'Fim .
atntly and effectually on the kidneys,. lation here and benefit every branch
liver, and bowels. preventing fevers, of business. The frequent cingof Roasting a specialty.
hieadache.. anid other forms of sick- war ships will also put large sums of tig pe lty.
nps-. For sale in &b cent bottles by mionty iln circulation and inak' Pen-
all leading drugists. Manufactured -acola one; of the best bu-inesH town-s Have .yOU tried Svans'
by the Calitornia Fig Syrup Co. in the South, Down flour.'Itivthewhitest
onldy. This fact is demonstrated bv tl eourtthwhitest
I money left here by the New York, aland sweetest on the Ameri-
2.-, cent- will p'y for the Saturday Texas and Machias. The men who can l market, in barrels, half
dlition of the Jacksonville Metropo- were given ,hore leave spent their )
lis.. ,a large s or 12 page paper ,. fruiom money freely and (our business nen barrels, 2.. pound an1d 1.
now until Nov. 11tli. by mail only, all profited thereby. Large sums p)Ol i(d sttick, wholesaleantd
and 2.4k) will pay for the Daily were also spent in supplying the
.Jacksonvills Metropolis from now ships. just how much it i-, imipo.-sible retail.
until Nov. tlith. for cash in advan only. The object of this unipairal- -hows the extent of their purcha-#--. b
I-led offer is Eo give thie pepl. If I)uring the short stay here( of tl. t.e; best lineral lJters l
Florida a chance to keep posted ioni ves-els they bought S.01mJ luave- of On the market, equal to ifa?-
the news of the coming political bread, over 5.,o,) of which wer' siip- orted doods, and only
campaign at extremn-ly lowco t.and plied by the West Florida Steam pOe OO and Only
al-o to make thi-ni better acquainted bakery. At 11 o'clock yesterday .$1.10 per doZ/en.
with the- leading fr-ee silver and this enterprising firm receiv,.d an Tr/our F reshlyi Roasted
Bryan nt.wqpape-r in tht- -tatr. It, order for l.000 loaves of bread-tlhree uI lll
c.irto<,,n-,arealone worth double the days' supply for the Texa and Ma- COfftees.
in,'neyv. chias-and they tilled the order and J~'. .I'HUGI t
delivered the full supply on ltie .15 .
THill MOORE HiROTIlHEItS. dummy yesterday afternoon. I\ hole 'le and Retail GrO-
It can be readily seen froin this cer,. Phone 105
They Are Heldl Without Hail for Kill- that if the crews of the three vessel-
inig .JfG(;riflin. consumed 8.1,E0 loaves of bread dar-
B. M re ad Ed. Mor. ing theirtay their a their purchase Everlythit, in .primnunderwear at
B. r arid Ed. Mro.tf fre-h fish, vegetables, Lrroceries Wli(ie.
rha:r NMoliuno Il -t TiTur-day. .iid ('. I. to big money. If you want to p of-whether you f
Joiner, chard with bcinan ai ac- The business men of Pen f lie crime, had a h. i ar loud in their praise of Corniminidant aind cheapest High-class Walnut
cess.ry ti. crime, lad a hearing Reisinger, and they are onxioui; to Bed-room et--ever -exhibited her,..
before Judgp T. ItR. .Mccullagh yes- earnestly co-operate with him in go to 0. M. Pryotr's Bargain Furni
terd.sy. t'ounty Solicitor Parkhill carrying into effect the many plans ture Hcu--e.
repre.--nted the plo.-ecutioti and he has in view for the benefit of the
Me.-r-. ( H. Laney and C. Moreno port. PltOOSALS
Ji..- ti,- de(l-ne. A number of wit- S should ('ominmandant R isinr --
le- '- wer- ex:imined. -evl-eral !,ours need their assistance. they will To F'urni-la -'reslI Water at the Santa
bt'u ni -:n-i-i"d in takin ith irt tes- cheerfully do all iin their powe-r to It.,sa sound Q,iaranminme tIation.
1ii1-11y. lTh'l- MN1.re hbrither- w-ert prove thi:mt his recommndationat
re:i:laid ti to jail without blil toc meet the hearty approval of thi peo- Prp,-a!- are invited to -ink ori
await tih- .i' tion of t!i,. ran'lJ irv pl.at te a
. . .. .. l,,>r. r,.Ilo et t1 >; >hti I, t.it S .iiAlIln


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish


Stick Seats


Pretty Phaetons.

CARl LOAD -PICIES! Srri,: 0Eoad clS Ctrls, :


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lonr
Ye-'. Ve will Allow Yl u S ,-irt.t: in f.. rr 1!.:1 I : 0 .'..
A.\in t but Fifty C'. it-.



dnli)li'n0 olneon & 0on.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-ManufActurer- and )Deal;,r- in


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and I'dria.

4~-- Repairing Attended to Promptly. (


ii EAST t;ARDE-N ST'.


Pi~ Ns.~m iii


LENTEN SPECIALTIES


AT,- -


SOL CAHN & Cox's.


IINII'.LESS ( O dIFI-H. -1 F.IIEilI.I> 1 (01,1 -
SM~1(KEDf) I.\ IllI "T.
CK(l s. Fr 'c I ,i l.


:,.% F .I -I \ f.- 'At ; i t


IAI I ()''%* -T EA (L .M .


(ILIVI-:-.. 1- XL' 'a


SREC[PTIIN DIN NING 'BBUY THE BEST.


('Olal I'Ll II,. atI


:~4X I r~i4~


M1~flT WAFERS OR BON BONS.




M I* NTAI


i1 IN' TiONiC


-v'.r-'.- iAiy nee'ij a torni" t:;: -e
i Yzy -p;ri i ,itay- t, itr;v,- :;way that.t
tire-d fteelini.''. Mitunt:in ti3int TInaic
iJ:e- this. It invigo)rat-; iand l puri-
fle. the bloil. It ciur-s the worst
ca-e- of in-it '.-tio:!. It cure- per-
manently all -toniach troubles. It
tnakel tli- -ick well: the weak
strain :' :il t it give- onie- wlho i- all
run lowl a: new le-'-.e o(n life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic ihas been tried by liurnldr-d- of
people in Pensacola. eve-ryone of
whom heartily recomin::.:-nd- it a. the
best tonic they ever u-ed. It does
more than we claim for it. One deol-
lar per bottle, six bottle- for five d,,l-
lara Trv it. It i- made. in Pen-.i-


ECONOMY!


A' PEFRGE'A T' iRS ar,- (,ar,. r.. i A ...
S i. :,w i r t* :; r * 111y" t er.." I .'.' '
i .v O iv. n At e-,," ,' ni .\11 1r'1')\ -;e i z 1 ':
.1 i-o% l : l: --- .


-Our Ice Cream Freezers'


XVAI;It\ 'iEl T() FVI',FEZE IN


MINI 1 F -


L l 'L 'it. :,o t i. Cr tic ri fir Ir.i.r:or ,aki.-. i', ;. i"
All A i ', .Ati y n


-EB.


PERSON,


107 South Palafox,


Have Your Paintin,


a'nl Paper Hanngin-'g A;,i hi?"' uy -to-
date people. in an up-to-d.et -tyle-
by patronizing J. E. li.--. & ,.. No.
11 N. Palafox. Phone :'z. 24f-tf

Fine furniture in summer.
styles, including Wicker
rockers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is com-
plete. Don't buy anything
inl furniture until you htve
..... If n..P- c4,. n';,,p '


Photographic Artist.
14't i south Plalaf", -"
assi lsrae..-1ein .* Ui's r. I ..


MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER,


( *.A, .-\ .: T1 \ \ Fl- I-I .


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o Sn SaleJa


ltlilli*li olllti ot &. So.



Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!


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8 THE DAILY N.WS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


VOTE ON PHILIPPIN ES. :'s
PUre
Action Will Soon Ee Taken on Ma!l
the Spooner Bill. WhiskEi


OPPOSIlTi0N NOT 1'UJI %'7'hI)'d..


dent I Poo iier- r Ito (.4o% ern 1 'I irsipo
rarl!.- I orati.e'r a 4.uilod '.Ia
In. Ba4 ,, Driz~l~e.i~a.




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who a- h.-m- .a:' ~f th'.- l'4rt4, '.'-nn
:ik. r ;tiw N i-i.a*1I- -t all Tir'ics 1to 414forld4
1,15 )-ll tI i l'''1I-ain1 I-, prov i01tio -. An
:- nli5'r. 4!'! 4'':an.! at-ivte. Iw' nover
3 i' 4 43,I: T4', 3.3 4.I tdf'IU:w 'tii-1:ret' tr
:a:\ *f is ,' t'..a'-ornn y refert-:we4
wi.- i i c t -I.A ,I;- I t !4 'Iv l ".(n q. I t1 t
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HANDsOM. VA Dec. 81.
I hbae been sufftrirg frt m fe-ra'.e wrk-
mess for four year-. and ha'e t'a.' lularv
ien i ;ne but W,.ne f ar'.i] i l R a. k<-
Praught have done nmurt for nme t 'in any-
thing else.
MRS. ('CAt.,LINE 1'ANS


M 31LIRIA,
( 4IN1%ljotpep da nof what-
4'. v r r n tq'4iii!v cured
! -- JM'IFY'S Malt.
A i'sc~zinlglass of
v. ,,- t4-reC' tmeS a day.
.4.1 and grocers.
!3, a&e i 14414tIOma


( nncernina unini
If ll-Ir'he lry a uzfvlijc~h ls rea lorve
to v.e4 !. I vir oN i j ta(!Z!.:l at IL IW
1-.lr41 tto h, *:nN 4!!l'ti. jVow44d smitis,




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iilh r..l ii-4 111I '' I 2 i 211 A. '4ir1-.fc




In.iall so!' 11,1- i 1-::: l'11 of4'.



.-~. r on :1 N : t jo*RUoNlt.


tm~e r~'eecuters:ithe unitede
initIates. m !-ouImy knwe sak s111V
Tr I o I f (the- InI whoI t ikes s his 1 : vIttl
jdo-oke "onftine4. t !1heir evfe,wcar
reall Iniah fll totIe ];ernment, t
ithe oit hr, ad tIs ae hn in it'e
flor any141 one o ;lf :th q-1e1clt.those of I e4.*-
fo'ln &' ar I!l- tItlo. -elti'e any diz4s-
tnne ut t is.'a. Nr k tithr(I.-
fiNrnina 11wc cy f'. foir. il what d you,
x4!4'*th&'ab4I vt 'a srve i n t

*'ei-mto I a::i g4t~ly i. 'uat of z:in do-r
e i a- U l:l2 4ltTy IIn NA''.143!,.\lAy
I 4: 1 30' !'W1M t find '':eft outi.' hr'


joke. '"!i. I .1:44thair ..se~r' iee wich ar e
really 114invlabetoLtthe governm:'lent. t
the coat.tiand IU t i neti,,Ide



M-11 1 1); f'oi inroltovetre1' 1nnt.! 4'..
t 2iw outto st.' 1:. Nor '.** thisirule a


Il.'44,21is. :r4' t I '*. -a s 1t r v c 4 -Is n.t r!
-:-A tut l: o- a' n4!44 4ii1 o4ther ro1
t~t' t .1"r g 1 I4' !,4'at )IT4'41 for;1.v rn:or
",w %1;i,; '.'4.) Z l il H t v i4' .-N- i '41414'4Uy,
a ". -I R I \Wt lS i 'ihi W it f5t
to)i' 4-12 lt' .I'4!f1w ti !4t! i1':wh i i~k


I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~c * !MI.~*' ,.*4.:.1 --i : I ~ 4) which'li I 1t Iilan -1 to 3314'4with-


1 0:1 k t .2 .4 :1 %1r- wtruha ti:.

... I,-:Iit hlls 1#..4 a loefi4ro- 1114' ,-'flot''for
a iavtio'Ddun.. ~ 1141 Th -~ e. i.v 4'ators
l1j4st iii-4-r~1-~I110a1d141144give it. cou-

SPIANISH MUACKEREL .


Tito, savega- flahelor.
It ha no. lift-n that's. a:i a'ii

Snvaz Itv.' Ii'"431i'Int Cof IIe.'

14p8 !:i ..l.'."tio wo444,urm in peilmTe.
*'E'~.'I3' 'ti 4):,te oor 'en'i 1- a rina
ea114!i411iI4 ri~zhlt fl)xv.'* ,14d the sa-, a-.-


Plenty of I i .on,- t-y. -erve *
in anystyle, a: Nic Apo-tle re-tau-; bcrih to HE > Ews only 10
rant. cents per week.


m -


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r '


?f~. w
.A
*~AP '4.
>"


W~kNCardiII


it a e'akqI .:ke an'.'a-,.41 er v kind c(I rn wh~e n "lflV zare


th ci n'tveas %,I. :~ t- ilL t is v ,-I 1 V ie t Ca: .i:.itvI It-1 .7.p; I')I
rx% cr ie Ici .Y.e- 1; :.I\ C *'LA. r.,iJ-e L :e TA tf.....r h.4.1a:-A

he! 1 44td.


It is a Il.Ing '-tsl- em, '.'.'1 1, Sk W1 ;%k. t41 14.4' .i
n~n\' % r-- .
is sure. W V AV6' t, ;~:~s.c.ehCen you CL- -At asure nmedicine?
Druggists sell Lamge Bottl~es for $1.00.


TXI C1-iU-CaHM.AN.


T'I ( 'n->.;' ,z" ','l *:.:s.: ". in <.; ::. ing
: ." ,4 1'.- :.. 0 'r". ,- !t.-
!, t, : ; '..::t 7. .' '. I;r h r,:,; -
b; i " i "*;i:i 1 ": iT .l : ;l ; i t oi- i -
h... -' 1" the >l" :i i :.
Th. I;. v. Ir. lE, w..r4 I:v :" *t H::le
h i.- ,1 't i i; I T.> I ;1 ., ; ;*' .' ,i'th {:**.,: .:. :. 4 lt4:o 4 I '. 1 h l: *>\ ill
I' !.:'in : tL; | '. l l,.--t, i" n'. h':';l ;lnld as
MI 1. \\ i! d:.:w hIs ';:ll .-:l.;:'y un'il his
denith.
T'hc R .'. Wililaini I. I"'' who '!.;* :1' i:l cininiati. wa1 one of the most
fai:: ,u, ,f lhe ol, timn> Mothliodit pr,-ach-
t ier .t ()hiio. H I- was thel ;uth.sr .of
" (.;'aning!,;', l"r-1 1n IIa-rfv t l-'i.'hls In
Knlittuwly. Ohio nd WVcbt VirgiLia."
The l:-.v. I'ctr Ma1Queci, who re-
cently !at.'rcntcd .'m;Ce a;tt.'nti4n by hi.
lett r." f:-'in I *i- I]'hili;p in .s. ha -s r.'Z: n d,41
the ja;tOi-l'rate if tihe 'oiii;'r'egat:ional
cliurt''h lf '4 dk-c t,, go to South Africau as a war corre-
bpoudeut.
Although the Transvaal is 1.000 miles
nearer the equator, the temperature
averages much lower than at Cape
Town.


ECZ


SATANIC


-- --- -- --- - strut".M
This most aggravating and tormenting of all skin the blood, and unless relieve'l thn" h cr.. '* h -.r:;o::.i:: 1s toon :
of this acid poison reaches the sk: i at:! :. .r'e, :,! and i;::ana T .
aimn st unbearable, cspeciallv whvin .'veri.-.'..:i :* ", :- a ..: i'- sk. -en.' ::
:i:pou.sijble, the desperate suffcrcr, r,' ardl-- f <., :.: 's, -rat. ".:e ""
This burning, itching h'.mr or a;'n':.rs :-..-':' : :' :u : 't.e : ""-t': -. :'
forms crusts and scales. Again the -kv:i is ,ir'. ::, ,,i :.nr. '.' .: :* e: -,
S'Ihis is a painful and stubborn form of tie i''
While Eczema, Tetter, IE'ryvipe:as, Sait R .::: ar.' ::. a., ,. ". ,
the skin, they are really blood dica-.es, .cad:n-


ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
N" Tor set trees in sod, amovg wheat or
other .sowed grain. Clover sod is the
wor-t ,of all.
Suic('ss in crape culture requires that
a ain.ty I', sl hctedI that is we.il adapted
to thie- Ie, lity in ul i'h it i> t-, lie planted.
N. f v'-r fa l :, haI e : suo'-f-o' i.' :1 f up-
pi :* h. ,mn,, o'. 1' *r' thi, i'2:-;rfo a
f'*-,', :* :. ,- ia.h f .-v'r;l VUl- ti S Il*'u;y
I,,, >.', ",.,!.
''T h.. ri-t nr, a .- l'-r; ls v ;:l ,:-'aily
d ::,:. if thei 1 ;.h:, . tri': *1 ;:n. l
' ....*: v,,,,,l tak-'n -, *t. t i.- ,; v..:l pul-
., .'I :taI! ;i:t:i ur, lirher:ily :;I ;i:'l.
A -:.:.,] ,:" ., ., ':: i ,, :,,. akIt tihe
S',,.v f'-. .<'4" ;'l 4 ; ;t.' h, ;',::':... '-m n.'r
:; l.:,,r tit-e :c.t .':t ;; the same
ilii.',
S.:'.h H ! I. ::n 11'P. 4, r.,' n ,'! n 'h.".1 sS

a- 1 ,. ; ;-. i '..; ,, v .;-: of l ki:.,1 :!" 'r- it uT ,.. 'Il .. i ,,,r. ; it is d,.i tihe
b .tt1 :


No ( ht'i-civ For Stievems. *


-Wolt .1 4 :'4 i' tr 11,:4t :all. It's hut. oflL
Up to4 11144414'l'n;I. :1'4l PIG..'
W hy. !4' 11:1 4*


WAlTED


DR1. MOII S.AllIays Irritut oq. Aids u


T (Teething PowdcmA TEFTVPTsA Ite',
Costs only 25 cents at A%'oh~sit#F
Obr -idt,2.',...nt- f t.C.*J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS vc.


E. 2?EmSRTT


Wanted to buy all kids of Snoa,
land Fmritor, Nihirckaitis, c.
idsd Br. ?o4. CRON IS SAL OON
So--IALEK IN-o

A *0* Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and \.
A I" ift*


The Best In the World.
We believe Clamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best in the world. A
.few weeks ago we suffered with a
severe cold and a troublesome cough, F u el G as
and having read their advertise-
ments in our own and other papers
we purchased a bottle to see if it
would affect us. It cured us before
the bottle was more than half used.
It is the best medicine out for colds
and coughs.--The Herald. Anderson-
vill, Ind. For sale by Hannah
Bros., 21 8. Palafox street.


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

Furniture on Credit
Moat beautiful line of side boards
over shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip-
tion, from the cheapest to the finest.
Roll-top secretary cases elegantly
flni-he'd, a fine line of china clo-ets.
and everything contained in a first-
cinas fnrniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Houie.
At C. V Thompson's.
('C je's Ladirc' Note Paper. and
E,,v-lopes to match.
('nambrid_,r Linen and EfnveIopes.
Hiird's Pt'archinnt.
Invi!tti"(n PA'.;-r and Ei Invlopes.
Liv-nu 1 ablet-.
Frosted V'-lun antJ Envrlopps.
F'Inli-h Note: rati'i WoV e: Ti,-uie
Paper; Dlenuiotin's Crepe. EtI.. with
.a Z+'lnera/ l "t.oltme>t ,)f s'tutionery.
C. V. THOMPSON.
Noi. 30 South Palafox Street.






-Importers and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese
*-Fancy Goods,-=
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31t onth Palarfx Street,


Laundry Office


PIENSACOLA. FLA


BARGAINS


-IN-


FQeaI


Es ta e.


T~of rajrt- in 'w6.i~t'..-f4ouo
$4000 11111:t-.a'.;
TL4' prt er tY 1 in4 No4w" ( i. %..t(44 l''b'' t
on B3,ig S'. tU 441141Littlo k'itt-Pi'.'.



$6000 .10""...4.
bu:nu purpt-

$ 70004r1 r 1 .,1 4 :4V t.!.1 )Tk
est1 l 7:nn414:1 .. 't 12t.'


$8m000,14 ')?-) 'ir., Y ti.,4

$10 uuupat: 441 14...' -n :wre4:farmi%' e
$90front1.Af! I)" :Alt.

h1I,:iit Eip-til!irtrckfn & #n Co r,


A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I


K

L

M
N

0

P

Q
R
S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

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wa~;~n ANCIENT who used
to burn wood.
ij f.,r BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
wa- the COAL tl at lie after-
wai d.- bought.
i- t':i DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i., tt'e EVIL th-se things
lbrou:,ht to p,-.-.
wa hi-, F< OLLYi in not u-ing
;:a-.


=th- INDTIA N : he do#4*-ui':

JAI hiASS.
'il,'.. J{VCH'(.EN '~IOr'(AS

i-; t ho L.A IUND ItY. lev
I) 4th 'of ',ill c ), .


i.; tl..- N ION EX. i14.1)":

i!. f-ir NOW, Ili'.' bfrat tilfle fI'm

isth' I''ER trie C(lIrIp11iy

j-1 the PRO)FIT, dcWt !inak4-4a.
in i -ttak e.
ti(441i t a!:
i- th" RANGiE yov.'u ))l
buy before Fall.
ia tho SAVING1 yop.i~inak#,,If'
Y'ou doi.
i", thse TIME jand TIZOt' LE

i- th.-lNI) !(-f'limfort
and ttl.rift.
i., VEX ATTI 'N. n.,'w cut!it
adritit.
it NN'DOM in hal''rl 21M


;,.:i-a "T hr. D.. ,lr to buy a

i fr YO '. .:.;-. h-, rv a-

. .. r Z':A I.* -i;'; "y y" n
Wi;: (sA' .


GAS RfUNGES S$13.


NO.3 S


PAL -VFOX ST.


DiINV1t UI I\BEER!


', ly B.er jabi-4 '--y r' Ir,!n ,lul-
.era )ioi.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.


JUG TRADE A SPWTAT-TY.
CntornerRolinont rind flovilli-amre. i. fo.


Cold Weather
Coming.

I t nd -lb arrv- e..o l ro i I
tor brsibr, g joir p....'. 41,1-'#%.


Tompsor. OIseqo


Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


~43. 14 h'.%'''.'. I


a:;. 1 Kl..;' l *. '


H N. F


First jationai


Ofr PESACOILA. FLA.


W'I .\k.


? I I t?" I tgq A
U54 OvOllPr A


VstP' e draw .,:ir 44w?4 A, I I- I*.tIv''~.' 4 ',, -


gH'Ve-,selo D,'banrsd upon the Mows at V .i-ah,. r..*r,- .
Obligatlons Taken Payable at Port of IMeta nata,' Tp u ,r 'lto ..
ftel VeIeju Arrivue stIrj
Aw*Safety Depoeit Boze4 for Raut In Coaner-Ion
with whieh we hawes a PrtvWt Apartvow*w fmr fnhf ro
of R to,*vn



McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

T&S- LL. Milifactwmr of ad RaJuurfenrs fnr .t,

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


MOBILE, ALA.


THE ORIGT --L *


Pi M I~


A P~C:.


BEER.


V. J. VIDOa ,


,, ils-I


Pail J. viafi v Eu 3rhus 1r~
TRY I 8VITLE Of CHRFY i
PHONE 154. lIe ..
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr" b Lelivs'ry to Any Part ',* Ib- It


. 1


Bank


,
-*


OF CARO1 1 mI,


A SURE MEDICINE


I - - -- --- ---. -


4 THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE.
If the blood is in a pure, healthy condition, no ,nu- e.' '.. r :
External applications of washes. 0:1 : n alv', .:.. : ..
inflammation, but cannot reach the dii'.l 0::'v S S r .
S. S. S., the only purely vegetable remedy known, is .X s,.'i :4:;! ** r'T:a:l1::, :: :. '.1 .
skin troubles. It go'es direct to the seat of the di' f.asv, m 1 r;:.:r '. :. .t' : 1 -. i:. '.. :. :
all the organs, and thus clears the system o/ all impurit:4.', t:' : .;: 2: : :. .. ... -.: :
subsides, and all signs of the diaeaae disappe.-r.
Mrs lefr M l' offtnin. Cardi:gton. Ohio. iayv he wa',s af ,c.- I w:I'.a '- ; - .
from t,:rth li er face at im es lI caim1e radly e l n that :-h e . \I t q:' I .'.', ', t .
anlt handb were verve ore -h wa% treate-1 y at the dotorKts. t -I%. ':'
her r,'s(tche fr Yreha-f wa td,! y van l .ld h 'ciant to takr "4 i" ':" '"
mr,-,pttlr c ure-d. 8,1 hA. v rr h.ad r ttrn of thT di-,'a e Th w- a- .. .. '.
eliie~ .-ihei,4 ll Iha e e1rn in h! rgr c year' agK but Sr -. t:.i ,: '..- :.
It wil 41,) f r 1, .:cr '
;.-en. I fr rourl,)(ok )on BlI 44.4 an't, Skin I -aae", and '.1 it,' ,1Sr p. :1 : .....:
case.; they will e -Cerfvllv ie any intformnaton otor advice m.nted. SVI en ..ke no, t ,..r .=' i. '. hs-, Sa, gc,',s. A
+-.


0


,o WINE


Pai


w


.L


0


F. C. B R ENT.


. I


it0


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.


-N ELECTIONS

THROUGHOUT WEST

Kunicipwiities to Name Offi-
cers For Rneniing Terms.

HEAVY VOTE BEING POLLED

Fight .414.-tm-raalii Are 'Made on l"cal
l%%utbo- In !toan'- Iftanvan However,
It Is !St r:(-! lon Politleal LMur.u-( i-

Ct' ii _t .'l..Apr,: 3.- Itlbri!;k xv.L-r. a-
p -1t .l1earl y i! 1, 7' 1- cta f .
Thp "rat-~~11T. NI I i

%v, rk t A l-ttt I i 4 1t1~:*

4-i- t.16, lawi -. B -*.






7' 1 .

i-;',W n '. 'r s la.


I.. '~
-7

'S.,
0. 7 7 1 - 7. 7' -It.. -77 -a
41d 7]7i. .-.....'. .7- .77. 'ii
- It ~ .:77 e:, :7:. 77>L.V 71

7'. ~'- ,, 7 *1~i':. *~.1. *.V.i~ :t:J .IAti 7.1


ra0lxa lr-Vi7.--- ~haL'. b--'U t:foa-.alref the
atnuloigi. A heav i*. i.. Wa'-
MAY..r Davis! S. 1), Dma-rat., wit.-.a
N~uiugar:17.r. lt-j-!'lt~ii-au. Ald.--macu.
.&M it(k. ilIr U7toiv 7.x
In i,:agn-iim City.
K..~.C:i-1, A;.-ril .l The d.ar
4sit iel-1. .ti-.. s. ethat nd:ina-ij rv-



tit -- liTxav r P. S
I ',:- 2 IT A. :,1 4.171 i 7'7.11 r1 ti~


V% iv.m- p1 A\ P!


Habitual c'&izitnpvatvzi1 - th d o
through which maitti- iif tl;- -er...t
ill-% of thle biclyTire adin::t.-i. 1-.-
TYR.'-4will Te-l1]ive andd are thii ii -,
tressing coudin.-in. Sold !-.If d.- HAni!.
Bros.



", 'E oite

f it), 1.1111 .K 7jit o I~'


I-rto 1iii-'dui'i-t-7*.I :70 O7
I. Wcuretth-au i-f t i~i ae-- uaiciv
weI Uj~u!t ;":'W t-t.&)o- F3lght p' I'14;
t hema. Tit.- ri ??7it i11 tO. 7.s-%,>te-rv i l.-
faminllMT isi tti It,,-i jitw;1 t.1
3'0i. hJe.-.b
flrfit-cla~as. m 7~i4.2tt iaterial.- fill
ftfor time -,, (kt- iuele-viu
muicbt put 327l7AWhC.-1thijrriw. XV.
he ha, cot c, a i-0743 i-i--tvb.- 1-4 rited
with. ut v'1z-1Ili,- I iat woinderful
puiceP. wii.-ro. lie k.-i-i= Ii ctiowh io;
.-ve-rvtl lig ti m-d a fit *--,at ~toimv lc.tu:i i
=Iiecuaz t 4-r -uppoyiij imy. ate! 4 in-

ablce de-~ctiptian. d i-played ?.it that
*-vt ry ;iurc.I7h..- r cat t -iectat will.
ind adll-of the choicte-t and b.-t to ha-
I Iu nd ill nitv imarke-t.
This i-A itti TI tltttof [incv. hilt th
tiatin. utivarttiht.-d trinth. If -%4tu
(Ulubt itt. itt t~ia114 t-ts1211 lta!t (j~iav.rn-
mvtlet-trt-et aid thci-.taivjneeqi.


Ot .ta T tiw He a!fnitin our letrn
tit-w 1 i Lmw t 31. I.-: plicC-, low a-

Thke ,nce-st a(P7 d11 inoY s,;yl-
iyli lime. frud.v and mat-
ti-ne'-v ever exhibited in I'e1i -
XveuolcL, atf Ifarston A-
Finch's bif/u rniture house.
14 i na a Sih5 e, t I ite I a t.- r 1:ru


4p/


(Th1111 'IIIAt, (It1an1 37t V.1fr.'-.
I i ~ -ir d ealIt r I, ; 1u4 t iga : th&71. t

j ,t,' v.(. wb ~. *i' a


We are Sole Azeiit% For
&av~-r &A 1iu-rin' ( Ii-. M. N.%-




Iron b lied 'deq /.v I -e (.001.
rmnit~rqh'ean'? durable -
/list u ItflI" I I necd for
xlimmlf(1i, tv. C.(all at ..Afars-
,onl 4-)~/ Cin hs awl(sc/c(-t
on c.


MARITIME.


S'k I XT)f.
F S !-. NPW York. Tex- Aand Machiss for
tlamuton Itind..
fIt- sa Rspizvta~!m. .l ihn-:on, London
I t b k B"I t-a s!: t ro.'.VI' t ta. kjenflon

Was g !!P C(l.,1t'imt... -'77:'. 1 iuTchKi~la. h'
W*" L,. %N i ~t:3n c&t_-)f-.r Ijartolt 't .114*
sft sa w% trimt)o-r. rotI u..Iat $14 -~t
inatr-. lounvowsi .AC- ft,.- Lt..h on. v itb:4-
ftd.'.i-...f* -.ew:' timiii. valued
NAit iii .::ni'. :-. i"-:NI, Pv 47P41. Co lf-r


lI! r.bla' ~~ Vor4zan t Vlii7-r, ri. ."7 f panks
w: [It. IdI' t o-r. vai teI iR7 %. .' 1


A' U"ARAINTINI!.
I k PaI'c: i N1.to 1 -:7. ic .,h a' a 1r
&:r- 1Trino.)~.l.rv1.2. ll.i i
Ru. 1-.. .'tn-.7._, n V---n alen -iiito









'-7:f Ir n

ptoIr'w
I~r t ,.ri'.7 7 ~- d ri-.H 'I!


SARRE.
t!(*h N Ii
(-.,r bt-l7 h I~ii 7:... 7.t7i- C If.
Nor Bytrnos. -. -. ?v... o Hit H, v.,--
It ('0911611. 4-1. Pk'airo-n1'- I for NatIl s
.Nor &.ozijuim.rda .2to,~ ..i.I)i,irui-r
It LBut- (CUgi II, 1,-7. Iti rsor.-t lit, to o(lt-ru
kSwed libalwai, 1-17., iu.u.drall. eld for S-t
I...rt Kan-lS o ;-.-.c-s.7~77,Gotcabes. to
.N.ir Ei-.i-r. .P'09,AnI--r-c'.z. to c'rtior
Niior I-rmm~gtt Pt. 4'%%elt. It..ltz1- to ordir
%or bltoit. )cLri-i id for Itosar!(l,
-Nor Inudia. i;.J*-iiiiti:A, tohi Ult .%aIVl
14 t ort- Co
It Luigi& F. W.8. Caratplsca to W 6K -y!-er &
CO
Rut L4oul.. (7:1. jsns-;oo-i. toW t3 Keyse'r &
Co
Nor Mttrznp'tr-. l:i. Oinson. to Beaan'.
1-mulwo,i.y % 0,i
%eofr Norm, 11'04. M iike %#-a. to) Pi-n-,ac.)IaL
Luu11.111tr 4:0
No~r Fri fteel. -.a..rioun. to W S 5Ki0yitt-r
It $?a.1n4-wra. l.Vt.to-ior, to) It )'-aoeo Hruisro
Nor-u~ridZaIIA. Iaan.tci Pait-is'it. Do% n-
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s.ib.e Nor d~t'tt contriteted by
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AN OPPORTUNE TIME.Cn Frid
Commeindable Zeal.
"Say. oldl boy." F.ahl the young manC h n II F
as he sthook his friend by the hand and
handed aver a cigar, "I want you to be
the lst 11,n.1. -!,,,..R ack et St(
"Thou'it iher father (jl,." said -acket St
the friend. w ho uunler.stood the situa-
tion.
Not f a i i* o f' I'\ rNt -<-ive his X nttXa14 rit,,OC
bltsslng. a:nd < t art e to it, marrie.l d00 UiPr n 6c4 JUCCSSV4<
next i:;ihnthl a;nd live llihpp'Ily ever after-
ward with t]e old folks." S T ]
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"IE x 1.1110 ht re 7!S i.zto) ex-

girl i_- nil right. andi~ I ala :all riwght; if
3.4 ',1* 1*! ,I Ir I' 7. 7I I I I ( l )1I0-- 7!"1
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meLi:, :w di~ht .tai.,nd it v;.iiild i e a
Cold ii:y v 'i' It- I g 4 hi -~ Wl, whe&n
we hail that 17127'.A ,-IiONVWAtrU Inttt

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i & Cos SP"C 'OTICES.
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The Great Selection in Our Mam-

moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



19 Our [/Yilliq ry Dbpartmfrt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec- i.
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tions we are Showing them in
Ladies', Misses' and Children's


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OUI 5SJOE DEPARTIE$T

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.. ......... i iW W oAA All Y W- L04 .11 AAL VA LL

for yr and vr gnoStyles in Ladies' Misses' and
Chc.go Ror&. Children's Footwear. See
Her Be1et Friend. *
"I"h Is a am ofovenne-Prices in Show W indow.
lip-She Is a dream of lovi.liness. .
Heor fl4t -'Friend-Yes, a mince pie
dream.-Cleveland Plain Deah-r.

"I think I would go crazy with GENTS' FURNISHING
pain were it not for Chamberlain's
Pain Balm." writesMr. H. Sta-HIN EPE T!
plston. Hnrminie. Pa. "I havebeen btId |
aIllicted with rheuinati-m forseveral CLOT ING DEPA== lRT T !
years and have tried remedies with-
out numb-r, but Pain Balinm i- the
hbot mbedieine, I haiv ot hold tof." We just received a Nice Line of Men's
One application i.liv-.. ithe p,>in. and Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
For sale by Hanniah Bros.. '1 S. Pal-
afox :-tret. Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-

Nobby (ihildlrn'- fancv s-uits for ingly low prices.
early .-piing, at W'hit>'-s.
,.x,,-,ro.s No,,.: The Finest Selection of Carpets,
All cr.4ditor,. losratio-e (ist ritr ;tm s, an d-
nil a-tn.er p.-r'o n7 im.nt-:g ii > nm-. .. ii.-
-" :"s !"";it u -':": .>r .4 ..r ,'- Mattings and W window Shades
.I-(o i- ,,',. lire Ii 7U il. d to Iprfet'nt tin'in taI
me hM; !.A;n wuyi-.ss.
F.<'. HH P: VT.,
21ni-olw- w x..<-.utr. YOIfRS ANX[OI'S TOI PLEAI-:.

w-*r, 't" "'' i t '-t .i-COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*


uItr i22--anit tmi k cllt!) M"" tandc
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Room Mouldings
ili;tl a!1 s~ dp.-a. plilti anI fainer. at J.1
1'.. Ro'cs & CutS NO. 11 N. I'alafox


W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY,

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LUMBER, LATHS,


SAWED CYPREBS SHINGLE2-'i ii-Drict Ei
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*n3-Wr-E HAVE JUST RECEIlVED OURM+


Spring Line ot' Up-to-Date D;res Goods.

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


27-inch Z.-,phlyr (iiLh:in .tinr
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