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NEWS


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 5. 1900.


,OL. 30.


NO. 53.


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


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April .) -Accord ag to
S- m'ri th e Central Pacifi,'
A -',amn-hip Empre-,. just ar-
i : Willianhead quaiantine.
.raint, there i? xno longer
,. ti:.i on the part of Japan to
S., t:.- regretted imminence of

a :, at preparations for the
.-' *tv both iides are actively
;. Ru-sia has practically a-
I '-inrol of CoreA by Inmthod-i
,,rly Ru-,ian.
*--1, i now hurrying troop- and
i; to tthe 'ere oef future ac-
.1: w en tlhe lIon; txireatetaid
i .* bt.rt. it will fth1 Japani
a -. ; It-d a- we-ll a Rus.ia.

; ,. ('i. A1l. XI INTEItSIEW.

I %-lre'mdent dtot Not El-ndorae
I>*'ia <'andidaviv
Aprii u-Ex-Pr i-5
VI i.stol wa- iatolrT i-wed t:.i-
: ; and aUcited the purpoirted
w mr hitm' in i which: t wa-
I tt a" -t* dtiloIS'.| l)-wf ey'-
l.ac(' f-r thte preu-iIdenicy. iN
i and 'ay-- he po,-itively r-fu-.-d
.an.ytlini g ont the- -ulj Ct icand
11 unwtlllin- t1o expre -' l'i-
.:-. LRe.cently hi- vie- onll th'
t i-ua-i <':mt ii w- l. Jiato t* d bie-
rees'tq itsont. lHe -.4*ii that it
a lftil r:i- 'pr!'-'-ntatio' c('li-
-l. ll te o-'I lpt-ll d t i i"
..or- .Iin-: :11 n ,wsp perI l
I fwves.* Sn )w Storm
1 1-. -\,,ril .o -A i -now -tr ;
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Y'.,ii April 5.-C- tt,, i-
t. t-. day at follows: April
S, d; Jun-. U-.32: July., '.):-'a;

The ua} -1 : .TONw. April .)-Tihe Quay
-*a-- was take-n up to-l:-iy.
i.iiange-r is arguing again-t
'im ..


Sliesan aI'.ha trnal.
- a l I't oI'Lr April ;
('-'la died ye-terday.


i'lear'e'ar, Uk-awing 2`2 Feet (
-,u-w. PoI'aeane'eIhr-toutah ItfeeChanniel
t,- 'atvTowia'ng.
"a.-d-lth hip Dhiarwar Carat.
Sd-onie di-Pute with:tho-
-1-4asmaining about taowaxxl
So thoe 'apt aain gzve or-
'I-t ail'x and the 1?ttL'e
i,.ttidtl rawiniz =` feet.

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%I. lta"tar'..' ~1tine Holt.. .40m t.~

S r .1ki i- r, x oi. Fla April 4. -4 )aeoif
tb.- Iar4 --t arti tmxia~"t a Imlirtatat roal i.;-
tat~- trfuli-for-4thit bhal; tW'enri nzi'!,iin tbi-
4-tv f,.~r tiomy ii'.ter- was ou nsilumnatt'd
r U' Sla*turvia v' LLt. 'wabn the Fltiida
HOL* -hatiw-od .twiter.hip. This vain-
able pritkprolv hws tbetien owuclld for a nutu-
ber if vlrt~i v b T. M. i.%Aajri. but it
ilal; bU-4rht ',ti Saturday by Josepbh I.


!4rARTk;T't1. -S. C., April 4.-The
cart artrt amiual -'" 'i Vxtili n if the rmayors
i)f tiheo s:.4t-(.' ~S *uth ULtrt-4ina will tx-
lx!ill Spartanburg tin Wodixeelay.
My*.l~at,nA11 thr"- days. The objetw
-of till- xi-':a -' thio geult.-al improve.
tatent *.4 **' lr:itich o~f mxunicipal gvov-
arninx.'lt i i toy prv-it.'ii1 'tudy aualldia~cuns
'V "tV(IdIUMW atr 't .ir l IiiiHL.

T ~ *~,Wi -h x1W ('411-
x:: '*thet 'ax ~ntn.-!ih of th#e vt'Ul'

2 I' -:tit wi .'. t'.a cti w. .rk. Trhl

'uw iAxa:a*tx A''ufa' -turinK(lxia
p~i ,a' % -,-tart- ,i r~'w uIk xuntler tb.t

~oat I (ee~gh~E~enalon.
Qvi .~ kin.. April 4-The t-viiine'er-
ing *r -- .f tia" S'uth (i-P.'rgia railroad
*aa Jm.t .! r' .;I t h- 'final t.'ario.'v foi

'laiflhat :tind tia. tight tI ,v.tr 2. inio l*
:%, fius a,, p I-o ~'ta' i, -kn
r..- ft Ut., ia- '"1,- 1, 'i ii iwok mtii ..V h

Q111-I.*t Peitaia s In Mca.,r~agoaa.
W %',wN,;r,%i~'". April 4 -Dt~jxat4t'lie rt'
*~I,%v* AV ,t ixwt 5cret-ary Ahllen fromx
'3!axt M 'l'. -. ~nit~tixtndinig the txuxsi-r
l~h ~a!- '. Hulo t I'!C imxxaand-'r Duncan
K..rxa.iv.''.tuawuai'nar the D)etroit, rk-
plirt tiiar ot "ot~ iblpe txists in either Sic-
ara u."i or &- .* i ,Ri -
All s-tti' uit. (2IeR and haI ltt
it v h I"". with leather citing' at

IWFATII (11P MRS. SITH 11
wirfe or Engineo'r .Iam siM. Sitml1i
I'A-We eAtmaAy.
Nlr-. S'o;lxrcoia Smith. 'wife of Ent-


No Righl to I'gline.e.
Th. women who is lovely in fa.*..
form aidl tempter will tlwayV- l;ia"e
friend-. but one who' would b- at-
tr-ctivte- I t-t keep her liealth. If -I
i-, we-ak. -*ickly ianid all run down. sha-
will 1' tai.1voti- andt irritable. If -1aw
! .:i c.,:-tipation ot kidney truiill.
I t- Imnpure blood will causte pimpl+e-,.
hilo'ch.-. skin t erup:iani and aa
wretchld i-o:lpl xi mn. lElectric Bit-
tt-ri 'i- the h)--it lliedici ae inl ti--
worlli to rixrtl ite -to ni !:. liv- r i x I
k;dn'yv- and to.) put ify the blood. It
yv'- -tiro ag nerve-,. bright eves,
-iir,,,th:. v, i1 %ty -kin. rih complix-
* t lI w iIl t .:1akc at goodl-l ,hkiti'.
-, i::il 'i W'I-I ain of a rit-dow n ii-
v- (ti!y .- c it- at \V'. A. I).\i-


si.i v ill-cs at W .,it,-'s.

HORSES AND MULES

A carload of fine

Tennessee Horses and


CLOSING IN


ON BLOEMFONTEIN


The Boers Are Again Exceed-
ingly Active.


Free S:atern Are ILtorganiziing and
Lord itotoris Will I ldoniuetrlly
Have a ~1arm I irne-Il leris Hur-
ri dly .M 1untin.g HiT Naval (Guns
and Preparitg rfor thie Attack
L.o iNN. April ,.-W\Vhei Preside'.t
Kautr recently proclaimed that !ea
wullM r-.t ike Bloe'nifot-iin within a
W ',4 k. LEnii.li-himei tlhllgl:t it only
an i.lile l.,a-t, with tno actual intten-
tiotn of attellptinli to car-,y it into
f'.ct. BIlt lPr-id litIt rl\ ru Z r wi;s
evialdently in :arne-.t. ai:d i- now at
work completi!ig plan- to make the
att:ack.
All E.ngal:tiin wa- ;tirre-d to-day by
ia -igllilliallt ille-sage from ll loeCm-
fmitein. dated yesterday, which
brinms the uncomfortable news that
thie jteis are moving oln Bloemfon-
tt-i- from all directions l.
It also tell- that the free states
:'e being reors aiized and that those
who had pretended to submit to
Lord Roberts and went through the
form of laying down their arms and
returning to their farms, were
deceiving him. Several prominent
free st.te leaders, who had appar-
ently submitted, were foremost in the
fighting at the Bloemfontdiu water
works ambush.
But Lord Roberts was not taken
altogether unaware-s. Eviden ly tie
suspected something of the kind, for
lie has been hurry ing to mount big
naval guns to guard again-t all at-
tack
Every sign indicates that the Hoers.
do, not intend to wait for Lord Rob-
erts to take the offensive, but they
are pressing the attack and will
force the fighting. A terrific battle
miay be expected at almost any mo-
nilelit.
It i- reported that Col. Porter ha-
:,'"scted '1I of the troops captured I y
the lBiers in the wa:er works ai,.-
tiu-li. "lit-ir lnaines are not give i
tut they were probably members f
th,' Hou-eIold cavalry of thl Tenuth
iu-ars. 'The-ir r-escue has cau'ud
'en at re-j'-'eiig li-re..
I.- maaa alle Cure ,f lhienmatismn
KNNA. Jackson Co., \V. \':I.
Al 'tt three years ago any wif-
l;.id :t: attack ot t h unimati-in whicl,
t-.i,ti,. d her to her bed fr a- montith
.aut ilidel'ed lie Lhunatle t,, walk a
-t'p without a11'ta te1, l' lilibs
t. i : -iw)lleti tod ( able their iorinnal
-i... M.r. S. Madi'ox insisted one my
a a: 'i C ia'.bii!erlaixa's l Paii i IKItuI;.
I ;i,,:r l d a fifty crnt >th)ttle a.nd
I' d it according to th' (ldirt-ction
xtial th.- n-xt muorninrg -lie walked to
hrePjkfa,-t withiott au-i-tance iln ally
iai,intar, anid she la- Inot liad a -';mi-
Jlar attack -ince.-A. I. PARIt(sNS.
Fl-or sale by lHannah Bros.. -'1 South
lalafox -treet.

NEW RAILROAD FOR TROY.
Florida, Alabamnta and Northern to
extend tt LAloie.
MlI\TO(A).tERY, Ala.. April 4.-It i; re-
ported iu railroad circle that Troy. i,
F.swn to have a tww railroad. The Flor-
ida. Alabama and N>irtheria ndlroald,


KIMBERLEY WAS IN


DESPERATE STRAITS

Authorities Were at One Time

Ne..r Surrendering.

PETITION SEST TO BULLER

It Explain- R'ww of4' ceil IRhodes With
( ltjiithiou i (tCity WVas Fearful-Peo-
ple Wer< lDying of Iiunger.
L,'%[x>a. A'ril 4.-The tronblei b.e-
tw'-n Ce-il Rh ad--s and Colont-l Ke.k,-
wich arx- now bintu fully t,,ld It ap-
pears ritt the rtlation- Ix4tw*,-.n th",
empiree makr" and ih. enlom.l c'mi-
mandi-.:, at Kimbrulley r.-a-he-l su' h :i
pass tha. Mr. Rhuiti-, ,irdi'.d thi iiriuy
o(rifer .out if thebt hm "* '[riw he told in d*ta.il by a Ka:nl;, 'rvy cn rri-
p -iiid( it.
When Mr. Rhithdi -~i vth' ilauvir t)
whil-h the tuW t ami it.,s nihabitanrte
were- t'm-oiejd he ealne. tr t.o 'A)Imc(Iusi',it
that th-! time hadt arrived for the facts
in th. .case to hbi placed on record. lie
ai',ordingly called the mayor anil a few
leading eitizAns together, and in consul-
I station with them drew up a petition.
which was duly forwarded to Colouel
Kekewich, aooumpaniid by the request
that he would transit it by heliograph
to the higher military authorities.
The petition deals at length with the
conditions existing at Kimberley after
the city had been under meige for four
months, and requests that relief be sent
at the earliest possible moment.
The docum,-ut Khows that the people
of Kimberley were in dire traitss. and
suggested to Roberta that the officials
w rwe on the verge of vurrenderiug.
After taking time to consider his d4.-
' 0i-ion, the officer c-ma.nanding sent Mr.
Rhodes a letter informing him that the
substaboe of his connmunication had
Stwu forwrrded to Lurd Robhert. per h,.-
liograph. I,)rd Roberts' reply, whi waits ('n011unic1at'd in dlue foiurIs', pi-
se's.-s n i1,,ls4 historicil, interest than the-
reitiirkable c., ,mmunicuation which -'iigi-
natet-' tihe ct.irrl'ponden(lce:
"I lx'wg you rtipreswnt to the mayor and
Mr. Rh.,i -ds ;iL. strongly as vonu p-iAibly
caln t'het.I' ,.srrousanid humiliatingeffeetT
of sur'rendering after ou prolouag-'tl ataud
glorious duf'nAs. Many dv.ys will not
pa. t l,.for.' Kiinborley will bie reli.*v.'d.
;a' w% V, i runiM't'llce active ,'Isvrati us to-

". a, .:'e military op:ratiiil. pI' nd in
,':- ** s r'.*u o yiu)n -i'iitaatia i giii vour
po-sitl.'n a ver-y -1-ii 1i't ,'inw e longer."
Mr. 'n.udlea was much annoyed at the
ug''.t i in that the thought Nif urr-uideIr
hailt v,-r ,w'--urrod either to himsxu.lf or to
tho.., a-.s 'i.itad with him in the repre.-
e~,ntattion, whil'h had' Ibe-tiin nad and I
havli ria-.',n to li'ev't- that whin TLerdl
R,',ir-; aidl I>rul Kitl'hwn'r arrivi-,t in
Kit':.,iv hin' toHk an .arly iij)ji-itiiintty
.,f A:I-.a t -iing th.iir mini dI. of -. A rxii
nll Av.-' Au iiimipr-i'' lon. .

How in we atford to s'll suc li
high rirad#e Clothing at such 'Iose-
prices? Our answer i pur allnd sim-
ple; ours i-4 a imoderu store, Ccon-
-tructed strictly on pro,)reisive
plans. Our Clothing is cold on tlie
S11mallest margin of profit, dependlinag
olla a l4:re volume, of hu-Aine-lI '. The
more Clothing we -ell the greater
Our purchasing power, the lower
our prices: that's tt.e story in ii nitt
s,hell. White s.

UNIQUE CONTEST IN SENATE


which is the Alabama name for the Yel- lonr Is Reported as Trylng to
ilw Rivr railroad of Florida, bhas made liene Tlllmanu.
a survey andl lcated a line abut 50 WAtINUoTON. April 4. There ha.
mile north of Florida, Ala., their pre.i- tien inuach uii wspaper talk relative to a
ent ternintus, and is now surveying tin t which is going on in the unitedd
the direction of Troy. The ompupanv t o t
prlopIse building as fat as possible. Sttite' senate between Suator Spitoer
This lue of rnad would beof immense and Senator Tillman. The stat-iments
value to Troy, benatje it would put Troy anr to the effect that Senator Spooncer
In direct oommunioation with Pensaola. tha.s undertaken the extraordinary task
the deepest barber on the Gulf of Mex- ,of trying to silence a fellow member iof
i,1). All the naval tiVes,. cotton, etc.. th" senate. Such a c',ute-t woulIl he
whtch now find an outlet through Sa- a uni, ue ont', and has nflt levin wit
vinunah would probably be diverted to nemod in the United Stater. a.nate since
Peuwmcola by rcastou of thle shorter haul. the daya of Webster aund C.thouu and
Tha, Florida, Alabamna and Northern i Hayue.
-sit! toi have 4'-ur-d terminal facilities There is uno doubt S,-nat,,r Tillirman is
in Pniisaeola [ny. at tinims imletuousl, and is at all times
... ,outsioken in his opp ,irion to i *.-rtain
A WHEEL THIEF IS SENT UP. orderof things, aid hts.- i.aks pIrhaps
-- at tinis with a vehi'ienc-' south h 4 arolima .JIndge laxe Illan Eii e t,,pis, but as a senator of a sover,.'iin
Vear- at Hard linbhor. state that is his right. If Sioown'r ha-s
'.tI.vtlm S C., April 4. iic'vi' unthrldrtakeu t)o wage at c'(utest against
a ,* ,r ,r Iw in tli T.llitia on th (se lines the South C'aro-
L n -.nataor will do(ubtless lie ralyv to)
,ionrt ,f :;i.rt l se-Sions, h,-r. \ h,.-.- .. t hiun. an l thl-r'- an, re man whi b.N-
L.\. :,. 't,,l, u with th,- r,-ati-.' fr.- i. \,. hat T i'iian.t 1 wtil. ht f i'e the.' anil
S "v 'w ih a f,'w \+\, k-. th, tT ,,f ,! t-f pr0', t .**. 11n ,',,m pl.-t ly ,lo)w n
,n.- n w -ip ,r 1lt ving 1..- ti ,. W\\ h ,.n .. .." ''itit" lilt]-- law v .r" t? rh
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W',hite I-itt-1 c.i'lafle- l- i. t
they' wor--'uu tWhit,


Mules, for sale at the DURHAM Cigars have

Pensacola Livery Sta- no equal. For sale at
MO1 D'Alemberte's.


GEO. W. TURTON, Ja.


Crossett's Yuntz Atmrica S., rhoes
for young men. the best shoe iu the
world for the price, at White's.


H. A. RUCKER IS INDICTED.
!Z-e aii it oi ,lle'-'to.-' ;anwI lli- I l erk A re-
II* F4 or 1.livl.
\1i '* \ \:',.' 4 -- \~ ,i r* .'i1r o,) an
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.:i tii.- 'tv In a r-.,'-'tt arti n -" Ir iat -
tat-. I that Augusta F. Smith, a tw'irer
in the' state ,.'-hol for aegr,'s at Savau-
rnah. hal b-hs n divorced from her hus-
band. and that the au.se of thu divorce
was that she had been unIAthful
Do not fail to read the advertise-
ment of TEETHINA in this paper.
Douglas Shoes at White's.


MANY DECISIONS RENDERED.
?',prizag Term of Alabama %aaprease
Court ]n i -%esltji.
MJN-TtikOVEity, AL%.. April 4.-Tha- u
prent'l l V)irt tof Aahaibtnah.-' i' iiiclc
A.r rho sprixti t' rnr. lTho'a---fi-wi'u r h



til i .2ial'-rthan u-.ual. All Iw--r.
I:''i' I.-.- wa, tw-i critx nat~l 'a-' -. T 1 0-
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FAVORABLE REPORT MADE.


Ja:.i-lug- ( 'aaml~i*.'~il 4)3 .aai~


COLVILLE RETURNS


TO BLOEMFONTEIN

His Force With French's Re-

joins the Main Army.

IT MAY MEAN AN ADVANCE

Itelieved That ILorld l ,lbert. llas I)De-
rIhld to.3loveat Oci .e l.nilir llrittih
Force Inactive l-'iirther lDetailk of
Broadwood'. Defeaitl.
I,, ;,, .\prr : r:i t' 2 '.i
and t 'e-w-nxl r.-'nr li u'x, .- :r.. a u tll i -
nlli ?:,'I tt a : :-t 'K., 11. '" *s -
Bl '. :,i: tt in airl h.ar Ii r ,ix,'u ,l th.-
iain aar y. Itr do, '.1, : t,. -' rt' I r !
PRobert- it vain thing t, -.ndI frn- lot).k.'
to 12. o fo Ilf hils be t tr'(.1p, I'n' th' wi.
dern.--.. I t- i t 11 i"ll ti- tr-::i-.p rt. i' the. ,A
revti'i at a right ant:iU.-. \vw0,'h ,'h,)o n
as a ti o(kf adlvan,.. 'The. i ..-r hav.,
lprobabl, y u vid elrr- \vie rl a- t if r4I fth--
s tu h\i', t c -t. .ral 1%a 1\ .' u .-;ln t a-
easily .-trike th-ia fri m i ii i .l iuf,'-i' :i ui.
by f,-l..wiing up -ri -.,- tb.-pl, in-. 'I.'h .e-.
liuf -renes stillU leave ail(, -ixantrwia 1-


fav'tai cil,.' !raprt r .Jutig, M..i. .x'- bill, wildering for th, trin. I'ring ".Ih.
'r,,atin thr, r notrlhw.-strn division ,ff enormously superioraru1h ftoris at.-
the, noirthTiirn d:stri.ct of (;warg-t anl es.- pPear iinactivo in every pairt of the war
rablihing a curt at Renur. field, waiting yet probably ffr the r .'-
ThU, suboAuiuitt,.e. of which Mr.- ounaulation of material f(r a bwift ad-
Fleminggof tGiorgia wasaamember, umad. vance acioso the Transvmal frontier.
a faverambl report to the full committeee* The permanent bridge at the Moaidler
Jdg9' MAddox went before the commit- river station has been i nished. Th'
e.eo and thoe re -alt of" his presentation of Amru tsata paxed over It 'P s-day.
the f-Acts in ,support tof the bill was a The Britiam gatrion at Springfuntrin
unaininust report in its faivor. Mr. was ranked at midnight Monday by thb
Florning dr.,w the bill. tntimation that the B.lrs ain force were
With this a..'tion thr'r i no d<)onbt of about to make an attack, but not a
h., p',.sUr,'-* -of the' bill at thi" s-,,i ;i. burgher appeamle.
Surthor details of thvt British reverse4
AN OLD MAN'S FATAL LEAP. near the Blnemfonteau waterwo,,rkai tend
to how that greater coheilon eixst.-a
In tad lth ilrI*. 'd-. Hlis uAr. among the burghers of the Pree Stata
it Knoxillle. than had been iuimgined.
k,)X',i.LE, April I.-N. '- 1B :, '., a' The Atandard's crresiemudent illuh-
i-. unoi, Ma-,-t, 'renn...uti, -Ir,-u trat-'s the "slimniets" oef the B.eKrs by
mentioning that they 'corif-et-ld them-
,>.. "l''.u '.- rxivtr b'li ., h h:- 'ii'- elve inu the long gram.-' aul further de-
ri r.iing. lie fell lxiut lf:, : .et. flu oeivd t Colonel BR-omtlwiA xK'. traips by
*.-.u r-'. '*-u.l 1,at i(,el bl.t ,r- h ra. '.1l deputintg soin- of thir number to ap-
h. iarr. He" left upU,, thle bal' ih- pear n ua'd a"s merely intt-reistetd spef-
h- trainingg t-i uai ,u,,v. it. tator. The B ers w,-re at first tfn-rcel
l :a riathalnd itruin ch.e-k. H w ba l'k bv the tre- of the artillery, but
i.'ta.rti..d- )v i tl..uns if the ,h. -k. were wii t-infore'- ad atend resuu-xml ithe
H- anrr-vi- in the itv !at mg.r ikh. offensive'. I- inrrW the Briti..h for ,anim,
. JnilqT' fromi a trio wet itn s.':%-.I distana-v. On the rival of the* Ninth
Iu health. He left his (daugwhtr at th m and cavalry rdvimon- M att,-r'Pti wo.
h.icl anud w.ent to the river. lir, ,-u nmald to Seurrounci tht' fedsrail tria,-
h ,alth is as-igued a.s the cause. but .bey tell baCk to a strong pohitio*"
and Uou'>-aal C'olill- flnding themi pro-
MORTGAGE FQR $20,000.000. vide wi th;Ci r.'norunieto Bia-..i not toan
It I6 Filed by the WoVtpers ilioln ". '.)
graph Copany. rthr of in- ,auamhi..s s-i-
e 'pany. tainted bv rti- Biri-h ofile('rx at Ktoor
NEW Ye )K, April 4.-A mtiortgage, for spruit Marvh 31 add- 11 mi- sxig ardf,,.-
$20,.,W I has ecin filed at the' audioitor' woi)nled, making the total th!t- f:sr :'2.


oti'u by attorueys- ri)rt.r,.ntri ig a .',.ri
l'an i at 411 pt'r n.It f,)r that a:miount
ail'' for tlhi Farmerst' Loanit and Tru-t
to0am tpainy as trustees, tto the' We.stern
Im'ln Tel-'i-trtaphi coi)a] kl V. B >ids for
th" *'i J.iseo will tI' i.su-d. Th-eW
hel als will. in partt, t u-.ed for the- re
deltiption om f o'ttho"r l ad.s whi'-lih nature
in the n,-ar fturuer and other Aibligatins,
Niui- millihoi daollar-, will. hIo,x,wv"r. Ix-
applihi, towari rthl- i vl-I- iiw':it of the
t.*:l graph lusitini .
lIg aontrat-t in-atel-l.
PlTrsitm-.. April 1. -Thli Pitt-barg
Cosl c..lupany has r',-'',,v.',l oie of the
largwt contracts f.,r e',al ever awarded
a single' company. Tlie Nationiil Steel
scomtan. Aiitieiricn Tinuplate, company
and the Amenrcan Steel Hoop company
have awarded to, the local ca'l one'rni
a j,)oit ciontract for suIpplymix most of t.he
coal u.sed in the various plants for a y'-ar.
While the examt figures on the deal are-
withheld it i,, said the contract is wor'sh
inu th- neighborhood f O10.itX..Oih)
Pepper Declines.
WASHIvori,. April 4.--Mr. ChArl,"-
Popperr. re.-,>ntly pr offered trh, station f
if *ccretary of th,. Philippine comniu'm
ionin, ahas .ld.-'lined the pla tinm' the pr)ffTer was inado Mr. P.-pp.',
was abszh'+t in Puerto iRaie, aaiil uo earl-
ir opportunity wa.-. offe-rcd for making
known his dectlination of the- off-r


Phlow I 'p 4rmilnl tio PlaIt ( ottetoi.
K II.SHz V. a S Alril I Frin that
wav fertilizer'. hayve tv -nti hil;,'I outi th.t -
farmn 'rs *xpet to make th. larg,-.t ,..r
ton 'rop that has le-in made in yea-r-
Nine cnts ,rttoin hias nin th- farnwr,
wil'1 talft in a ge -wl mane piLt-.' zratan
will I h plw'-w'i aii l anil 'lrt n ilaitd

(Fortune f:ivar- ti.- tor 0v.." If ,.
alo) f.tvo *t" :r blood at thlii -ason I." t.akin.
H ,,,, '- -' *irsap i t ll:t.


I'i-t.'l. :o Cr-aal W :if. r-- -. ae-
t n:it'- nttw Yonr d.< l.lr -+ i!.i : .
t eri .-

We aimn to l.aw aI io-a ., -',.
thorou.r; ly reliable, b *'-u. ti. t r- r -
auchi a thing a- inainttaiir:iz :
zrade all along the line. and rno tiat
ter Iow low an article m niy I.
riric-d at tl:i t-tor you c('as r-Iy v
its quality at all tine-. \V.- Ik,.
only what we can recommend, anl
we recommend only what we know
is trustworthy. When we tell you
the merits of a purcha-,e you caL
rely on the assurance. White s.


DAVIS ON SOUTH AFRICA.
lie Sany Pretoria IFs Impregaiiblet -oub-
ert.4 ii l .t .
W--4fxHMrTco4', April 4.-.\ft--r S-cr--
tary .of th- Interior Hitchre.,.k -"-nt t,.
Web.-ter D)avis a brief note, in whikh h,.
,atid the president had a-ked hmnu teo an-
I u)un'e to Mr. hivi-. that h- hawl a-
oepte(ld hb retagnation to Ite -ce o,'t.tie-
tave tdlay, Mr. Davi. fe-It at liberty to
talk freely ou the' South African r tua-
tion and what lie saw there.
After d.ea-libixng the fortttitcati.nrs tat
Pre'toria he stat-ed positively that Pre-
toria was absolutely impregnable.
He says that at Tugela Buller and hi.
40.000 men are held at bayv by 7.0XX.
a With thi. force Joubert and hatha held
Buller hack and kept White and his 1 ,-
Smeu corralled in the town.


IT MAY BE BISHOP KELLEY.
bouvenirse Releved at Savannah Indl-
rate His Appointment.
SAVANNAH, April 4.-0roniderable in-
terest has been created in Savannah by
the receipt fd a-veral osentratiou mon-
venirs bearing the photograph of Vicar
General Kelley, who, it is e-xpiect-t, will
be narnmed as lihop of Savaunlah before
a gret while.
Somni enterpn-.in firni in ttl- easlt hala
i'-sui'd the su nv'enir upoln the theory,
dubtrle-..-, that Fathetr Kel.-v i tvo bi
Bishi'op 1 i*k'*-r' ,it-i'-t'*r. The' .,ouve-
nir co',iist-- f ta pue of purjl,- ribbon
from whi.h i- -an:.-xi-ndell a photo,)raph
aof l"at)h r K* !!.-y I" h- rx'eading matter
0'n th. r1hl'tn *ati0 **. that he- iha^.- lwit
'oris trd.-Crx;.-l l'hiop ,,f Savannah. If
the-r, ha.is lt! s t liv alppointmo un of a
btih'.h f Sa','a tii':.h, th fa r Ifwing
kept a -*', r,-r. l".',a'.r Ka.*i, -y -r h-'
ko.,x.- i. a. iin .', .
TO) 'I I-.; l't)l.lt 1 0INtE ; AY
I ak'" I.s.it i'- -r'.rno ,) lra inr- 'I A*t)'-. '. A.I
lrii .-t '-. r t.r a rt'" 'r .- f ,J "Al to
- rIr F V".'. r'ov.'e iin&tt ref :. on a c'a


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,iio',-v :,, u t fir-t- l i-"s i'uiJraxi-
i.; 'l r

We will soon receive ft
fine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
Marston ( Finch.


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STHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.


The New Cook.
"Mazgie. did you make that chicken
broth as I ordered you'"
S"01 did. mom."
"What did you do with it?"
"Sure, an that ilse would Oi do wid It
but fade it to the chickens, mom?"-
I Boston Courier.


I A CALL

'For I)enmmra(ic Promaries and Con-
vent Ion.


SKIeilvpd, That a convent ion of thlie I'etni-
ROYAL NAMES A HOODOO. ,oeralic party of I.caniblt county -hrll lie.
atYAL NAMES A HOODOO. i I ton at 12 o'clock noon o it I he
I-14th day of April. lI for lithe purple toI
Oe of thep trIoneielt t npertitions s lo,.iec'tig twelve l !'i pr.-roni- to rel-l-enti
of th- I:e-" linkh \n i.scambna county at th nll -trict Ctonven-
I li I. to noi minate a candidate for C'Oi.gr,--
One 4 itef:ir...: ;, otlf : 1! -iU3' rIt- ,11< ill llu te'lsons to0 present Escambina c utily a;tt
th- tt ate ronve.ntion at such tlt. and
rovli :i\ i a i -l;i ti,:t is i- p,&acest may be tixel by thle state amd Co.t-
0ost as ia lt i \ 1- 'i It \ ,re, l Democratic oi llte- at lr
th t ''SS'l' IO hi .\ 11 a t plrpu.rft-.of t.electing a Colunty lExictu-
th t vessl.. I' ll!; .i ll.'lIi'. t1 I',s- 4 1 I*e i t',iiimattee to hold until ttlla-i" n'cE--
a1 5',rw .:o ti ai:. El' ,! 'i'l to iil tiuk, soir' hOitl I)' selected in i 2.
a p onI r .l ... il l t 1 Si precincts are and hal Ib.-. entitled to
and, trr,- a. it Z e the following repreteentatiuli at said i'Coi:.-
8D0 undetlialb le lisitic la-,r flr ;th-! tyvConvention:
S. o. O. Nix's
leeliaS. No. 2. Kupfrian's
Somne of the most le.r-I!le disasters No. 3. Millview i2
now.. ii 'ti ~No. 4. Ferry Puas
ever knoviu Vy have con(ermid \\tr 'ves.sekls \vilh io.. Powelton
royal Unltli.e. '1lu ve--st'ls called the' No.7, Pin P.arren
loyal JaI -is toIl' lo l; ts.rn o!s etlds. No. w. IBluofT f pringnt
O.e .f 1 i. ala smeise l No. lt. all & Holl alld
O ~e f r'i, l.l,,, ,l. 1 ;lile ,1 ; 1N.. 1. W alilt Hill
0cfcers aind s~i:it wa n pl riit-l'. The oit I- N 12.1v. Pneii co I P
r" shill sto :inall'i% was altuallty carried No. 1., P ',nacI' + 4
N ..14, PeuitacAlt ...... ;
cOt of the nio tl o 1ll" Tli1:1111ai by the No. N l.. I'. nsac.ula -.
Juotch Admiral dte luvyter under eir- No. it. 'In vile I
No. 17. IUre'lt'-
c(umstalleres disglra.ceft'l to those ill No. 1%. MclIavit l
charge of the craft. No. I oniat'on
Then there is lhT' forever ni'Intirable For Iih-purpo-ofiecting.leeiaitttrirn
disaster to the Itav:11 ;Geore :in ui- live st-v*ral pr-cnmets a- HIO\- .it rtt litid
iasir '0 ufor tthi' purpoi"s oif nf i ninit .ii' two (anil- i-
hluky ship pirevioia-!y. that tirnled overt dites tor ttie Hou-e of Repre-entaiiv.e-, for
and sank in -sitht of erone s at Spit- Ice hprpose a no-uinating a talti ist':for
hlead. over 1.4KX pouls. amon whomnWli hurt. a candidate for Tax 'ol fvetor. -. Cuit-
wer O(O )women.. tI;nl g sacrificed. And dldate for Tax Aes-aor. a c'pul.diat.' f'or
only to h disaster Treaurer a candidate for a. ouniy J udg*". a
eomod only to this hideous disaster is "candidate for tiurpertntendent of Iutaii Iin-
that which afterward befell the lRoyal I btruction, a candidate for County mul -vyor,
tte. ,. ter er o a ddat- for Clerk of i'rimtral Court. a
Charlotte. which. after a career of cudidite for Jutitee of Peace and a .'n-
iuch r vicissitude. wias consumed by hitable for -tacond listrict ta can lalle for
GM Of I A g, trW o f v Jutreof Peace for Filth lctrict. ('ltcn-
fir ff TAglorn. over 0X0 of the very dtldates for three nieitiberso f ( oUlnty clhol
lower of thle I:Iv-y l'rislhilig with her. iouarn. a primary election of the Demno-
SWhen in the Victori. a new crae 'ste f t 'tcaltaila count y -liall lie
'ben in IS (l~ie" \h Vitiiot-. ae new iat.i.i tih hcir ii.r e of 1;;ta si. w iand
Vessel and the v er triurliph of iuode'rn .:4't p. ill on Tue-day. the lite i Invention so f;far' % : na vasal :i-li .ht ,cttur t' li, ', 'ij, i for thile purpose of ceiidut, t i n a atid
t'lenti soon tihe fo lowing ,inspectoi anda -l-rkqs
went. ,was r.airnic .i aI dl sank at onti'e' oi election e lieret).y .'e.i ted11 atil ap-
it sight of i. the h!tle fleet .aInll wt!h.in pun rwtt'. .
hundreds of l\',s v.,;-r l- t,. thrier v W W \. 1). nlh-, mii.pecltor-; .tArct'iie el.toln.
not a snilhor. liitvrt' liitutler of fact hlie cl.'rK. o. 2-Al t rav-y.Louti-lcnic,
iilht lite., v.- o ,111 lan it retila e!lter tih .la Sl -. tt r \v'y. A iSisp actor ; M .l c it.
ire fnte of ill !',.ily lanel rtaft. I.' .-Fra k su r..-. I '
T l'St' l ; i:> : ',.- :i l *. o;.I- tlhe gr,-,; er litlai ,-.Jolil at-ll, ll,;ec.toi.-; 11. EI-. lotia;la-.
oDe s. A ... ., orf -..'llr1 o-r il- -s ire re. No-l
ed off toy -\%o:. : A,' .1 l;;\. i.;..n.-T-l Pi e.., i .v ,,Nl. Wl z. ]iI-pector- ; \'- A. L ip-
Bits. I: lin. Clerk.
Pr_'int.cin. No.-(;G.oe HI. l'ti- .. liohn -r-.-
al t. J. i-i..',. iii.i-l.-ctor-; LouIu 1 rat< ,
Pald For HI .Tolke. cl--rk.
The' e.i;,,:" i.- f- i i f .-' ;1i .l llh:1i< 'ri-.-inct No -(eNo. \W 4 i:!i W'. M. -
the o00.si ". l- "* : i ... .-i *., 'It hi- o W m. Ii. Ie id.r-o- i. la-1 t, c, r-;'. E..r --
!it o ee 1i t'inct No. 7-I1. A. l.iId W F. Tl'.t'k r.
W as Y l: :i'i;; A i :' f, : iI:.. 'M.:,I t:t .I 1-:nte. kkl,, l it ctot -: WH \ -t-
a rnesi of 1 I:- ': 1 ,i; '.i .' -;i ',V ;I h t'r'Ill# t t o. '- A..' l h ill;i .n.I 11. .)ow -"-
d< iln p idn: ,l i i "i : t:i n ll : nS ,t 1. <. r t : ,* U ,- .' hlr
at I he < 'j> :. : ;,: ; 1' I l, h Fre wiit o. '.,- I.. 1'. tro N into VM IT art. W o I lr or .. W.. .1 ,

Lis fa : : I rk.
L A e fa to -> ;' l ;.i1 I "v : I i : l ,I ,f .i* 'i ':-o t. ,. 1 .. I.t'c I.,;. I 1 1:1.r h .


out a1 s:\, S 1 i: n i ai : .i l i'si.t WVil I Pi tay. ll: -j.' t 1 -..l.*I it..t1 'a, 1k.
P; i g ( *l eP a+ :... l l 1 ." l c i l N o .: -- \ I. I -L I I" l : 1. 1. o i l d .
It Into V':,. In:, C- W"1 IIIt''-< s lI: t W !. n H M i tav( in t) ,r-o ; ". Mln rn,
half a c' .I .. ;, I ,.'. \i. .\No\-, don't crlkeik
S'r -ll;.'t N,,. I -- M liHt in0 lv ;;..r,-. A. go round :ia .v t I.ti. l. :. pli ple that ..r. I.. \h .,li-ani-. :i-| 'ct--ri- J,,ii A.
I don't pia:-y Iiv <-;'- .\eriit ;.c;rk.
1 N I i ~'reciiict Nt --t \\ llkili, 4i t-t.( .
l(Fr a ,Ii Ilaal i1 .a I.::.1 l:t'P \\.~ ;1 l|,; l k. .Cl. tt-' 111. lhl p l t ?t. '
ntudr. I .i' "\..'- "::. f: i i(t t!;., 1- n iito titin.-. 'l-,rk.
S l ... r -'h, -.r.nr. I. I W 1; I- W OO ,.., I.
ed for k.l .' -- .5 t' n. tsi is i!r iw. -.. ir.. vA illai un-. i- o- .
Itortci l r ] 1.::;. a'" r -, n idmo hiis lI:lt 1:. Ituii'^t, ," ,.Ik.
"I JIl.'t e-r..ct ;:- ;. Clop'i i .'. \.
sad Paid : "'H .,"b-,'-i !*! -' .,'r "o:iii.'r. K '.I. l. ;.ol,l, lioty liats .o!-; \\'1:,
I'll nevct e :-U .- v.'r'd t :"i'll i t ta; lB u t.'" .i: i 1 .- ,- t. ..I ,'lt m. ,r'rily ',i i i i i N.t'- tI 1 1 r wt : r : I:.
"A!' tE' 'l N' -i I i t rtr," 1 ,1t it-'v. tooitac.vI r,.
I'I V1 -e ; I l l .1 t k 'l
iI ... -ii-.'i "-'.1.. .I. H ln' r lfir. -".'A M* l-
t01\ 0 1 ', i, r. A. J pi'.r.. ... l. i er ^;> 1 s : r". 1 W'oO( ,ii,
T I'i l i : ; r ', ,J i :. ;. ;;l L '. .
in fa': W .i. 1 1: 1,: .
pa lt.-v 1:: : ...* ': .:: ; i ; .: :..*k
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~-e i.-t a

pIiSEy hem t 'kill I .:Ti1(-hiiiter 4:.. Si'' -!a

eit- "(et111ai- R f !. i-iIlt S-,1
lay wltit' I ~ ~ ~ 1,1~:. SI Sit :'4i' ii-. t..s vInv1Si'itdI- I.tsr 4:.. ttit. I i A t te f-m-
A MI i-imJE.II--7ol.)f11r thiciaba-i heldilcfilge 5i,-t un-i-a--t'i Lriri t
Lt(~itt. a.s'' i t t~ ~'.-?' I( .C1 111A t.-gue-tt &it- ,n sA--tiforth tiits e uti l. ,,:,tl
m ov ll e, i :, Ill- cti~a n- -halte lie cotit'iI ats the''
othr ay.saiti,"V-. (illi~) f111c lf lt vItiid ('I penraa'aptathesad t-r(4

A 1~Sf ti lleiL. ~fC'Eil.It If Cr.f- -hil. to' held atitI ay utime r tha tt.a-'
Foly'sHomy ad Ta i. al~ 1 ritec-5i St'(I '-lur forth vais.ti sad satner
the wlerv wh tne.. wi.l ip lrett critp'e inalAstnt, um,#-t~ertut 4of-haidmeet at th
other day. avinst theopiasioti -f.n1. awl Cte *-.r--cuuyJtiv.ei- a trtvt im-" i-

coldp. c 'au,!-'. e'tc.'.W. A. IYAlenl- tl- tel'ci, h ~-~ti- bv at~i
m:i .,tv -bi mai tl !-se the returnsof sat
berte. e"i"I 1J...
~ -i he i,,aaV tn 1- tit l 'hmallhe' rtinit(I W!
It j: z usoguiet i?-WOf iltte 51lUf S t-Si;n v hi-.'p~al'-, t. ni l iA n e o 1--
we offer thug? c itls'-'-tlhe Ics-olclQto sti Li~t 11fl1.S ...


GOLD DD8T.


'Twvo MetIn I!iurnri' ti I .1h.
CLAYTON. (Ga., April !. Alblsrrv
Garrett iand Albert Bnitl,-!,. tth r- .i-
ents' )f Prsilnnian militina di-strir. a
s eti(ll n of iabu)I cII 'Iunty ri', tno frt'nili
Claytoni wer- burned te d, *ath in til'
home of (Garrett some tijuo last uight
whilv in au illntoxi(0c ted cildition.


jBishop Fowler ('ritically ill.
BuFFALO, April 4.-Bishop Fowjer of
the Methodist Epis'cotxil church i se-i.
ously ill. He wav obliged to take hi'-
l.'d ten days ago. The bishop's condi-
tion shwveil iinpri)veniltn tohlay and his
three phy-iFiaus retaimt .rtriI hqut for
his rcove"rY.


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Foar Represe taAtiVP.
I hireb l) announce Iny'.ff a- a ,it :'I'. d t
fir Itepileeniit:tlivye of l canliiit tc iuniNy
FloralntH, in thli legi-lature, sulbj+'ct tu thi
democratic primaries.


(. 1 i N:l.. o JON .-.

l'or Reprtn's itlmiver.
I hereby announce niye'f a ft cardidai(tt
for Repretent ittiveof l tsca'nlia (E' Iinty in
the Leegi-lature, subjecL to the Ii.lilto'Clit.C
rriniarit-.
J. I:MMKT W\l.F'I.
For Sheriff
I herehy annou ice myself a- a candidate .
for IherilT of i.bca mbia C'ounty. anti r.--
pliectiully ask the support of amy ft iitnl-
and voters of the county. If electnil I il.
discharge the dties of saidottice telieiently,
fai.ly anid inpartially.
W. H. H 'Tt'IIINS. N.
F-'or Slherfl.
I hereby announce mitvself It n ca indidatet
for re-elvetion to 1 I' oiicet of sheriff of k',-
cambia county. Florida. and solicit the suf-
fcages and interest of all my friends.
(I0Ellwit rF. 7Mml I.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escbmbia county at the enisutiin
election. J. C. VANI'ELT.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILt.AN.
For Circuit Cle' k.
I announce ny candidacy for Clerk of thit
Cirult uCourt of Escatinbia county. s**uject
to the action of the ensuing IDemocratic
primaries. A. E. I,. DAN I F,.
F'or Circuit Cl-rk.
To the Voters of Escambia County:
I hereby announce rny elf a cartdidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit v .irt 4,1
Escaliitlla county and -.ill bte pl.--.td it
have, tlie tlspport of my friend and the
Vler" g .n r-n lly. .l tIIN 1if- t l { I.
For Tax Collector.
I hierehv announce my'elfa aa nnd.idat*.
for re-e! ila coutity, and ask tS .up)ppoi t friends and voters gener:llv.
A. H. JI'AlEvImFitrIF.
F'or Tax Collector.
he main y friends of JI!ud1 g -'. t[. 'r,:; a
having oltatilaned hI Is cin- t hli.r lv nii-
lnounc- hi It, a canntdidatt. forT'I't I .;!!' tor
or E .cailbi.a county at th e, ul tit:-. t' 1t ,
MANY \ ',N i1.
For Tax As..etN',r.
I h rehliy announced myi.'tlf i. li4'qE l .t
ont 'of x .A -'.'-.-.ir of F.;-H'nl!t a .I 'ln iit -iii
,ect to t!ie I'tic.ll of thi, lit-lltoc'ri l p5i iliE-
S it f, If l..- .td I E** e '. 0 t to I .I t :. p I(, (-
titt i-i of thr tax pa i..r- ti l n I 'l-. ii.
duty in ve-ry" d,,tail a'B I dld il !i'ii 1 ,n.
th," lttllee bi or'.

tr 4 Comiil1y A r';etit r'.
I tlinr anoli 'r I ytIf Ft' a .c:iinl !(i:.'t,' fit
t1 o* l ti t of ('CoulitV Tr.a-l' -;I' *..t t,
t t.;, actin of theit deiiocrit !- |; ;n]i y. an..
a-k ttih -tipport of uit, Iv teIi i <-.
W ll1..JiM E. ANtt 1 It-'N.
I or County Treasuis 'er.
I li'-r*elv annotunc ti ivms'lf for rt-- i sihationitn as trmit-lil 'Ie of lD ;i:ili;:
.'itlIItV. tLit'lI('t to a 1(df.'c s ll lt the. *ll-:'ll'-
tol -1 il.';l I ;i -I1pp *l'lt o> ;he l Voterl- of II;
collt,'.te, lii'il'.itv ing -n If 'I ir I h" f';t u' l!,
~:iiil, f i flth lnl p,*rficlrci 'ii"' of if tily lhll I
falt\ th tlo .H\ol'rrll 10 illl .. hay.-',Ijde-l tried tolit!1,! uri::i. I lt'' pa.!
t. nar. of the flice. .i. 1'..\ i :..
For Justice of hho I'Pen e.
I h- hr. 5E\ itiln uincf nl y :;nn';l:.i'i"v f 1 rI -
:, '.", Ii tii t. !: O t (Ic Of ,i; :-'f', of t'it 1 .: **
for tLi' tE-vo',fl Ili-trit. iil,.r' to t ti. ;ic-
ion a f to .-' ii iniat ing pa ii;iarie-.
!;o K I N J, .
Flw-r .Ihaticet ocf i li Pi ;e. ,
t\v i i -,'t; sti ollOf ii'!n:m ,re,;:m e tr'. i
!:I', y i im ltiii'iic lit carn':*'i .'. r .o .i-t -.
< I |r o',il 'if "'e Coiti t .-; : jl;* t ,
!: -' a rt 1 i of I onli ; t1::;i t S I t |..r '.
A 4.( -.
lF'ir rlaehol I l'Jt :;i E rl i **
I am t a ie :(tl.ldta!' for e<" l.; ;. -
<| ;>t f p| !i',ir lI.- I".:;Ctio 1. **ubiJ,'' ;, o L.
,*'-l;ia.'.irit t lit'*.iarl -. I a'-r, !c,' t;ly *
I 'it th -e l'Tr-zr'- of t i. I .-c' tlliat a c'l;;i :
V t* PtP- It -t1 4 0'\,e-Illaiat 'i l p1 1tiof.
.1 i .I.T I *
I'.ir *wt.!i" I ?%Etup lin T', 11- \a )' tr"r off F l-cal t 1.tI i :i .t;. y:
I t'.,i lit .i ):a r i iIV ;t* ilIv [a ta *.!l .,
'uo r :r.;t*-',t-,'it o, Pu iin".- I.a-t ti :o i .
|F -cati'Ci ll ln 'r ty" al.,! a. a l. ,LI'[:) >r' f I- l.fI
f i-i nd- .ald o. '- :. r;-'|y.
l ] F :j -

I or tut ,* ;ic: E-tructi ', t .: \'. .'. r- if I '"in '-'.i tl'.,:. : t
r, h.v i :;;. i '. f : n ,'tl, .in '.L f1 r "
..'I st:. h l'>- ,t .ty. t- I] ]u t' t.
Ii \ ,- I')r-l I, I- N I Ii ,;; I',( ( ,r- f ': l p l-
:nr % lit t;. v -jli: 4 no-
('' *i, i rr''i I l i','?i lI. N i;. s 'onK .
l-For i.'2 ntltl'r -.livohol 4ioart;.
l v th- ;re; '-"t olf frir-nd- I fhr.-il ,y l.
:.aii:l..:: 4'I .ntsi h V -.oh ol t'i nrd for N+orlth,..!
Iltil'! d -tri- tn >..'i!>to t to the action 1:
the ceolio'i ati i lana;ry.
A. '. RR9":w r<>-..I=;.
3-Eor l.-satI r w?)I Phhool t Kaoard.
Yieldinc to th' urgent reelUest of friends.
I have (Ircit,'J t,) again he-eorm a candidate.
,or aiinIberof thf school bald of 'scarlbia
county. 'u'ject l tothe action of the ,E('no-
cr-' e arama.rie- K. WAI!O
For Member i'chool lHoard.
The friend of MR. J. I;. pT3WARD of Wal-
nut Hill. havait y-cured his consf.it,
hberehy announce hils candidacy for nm-m-
ier of the Ebcamtbia County School Hnp.rrt
for th.u northern alstrict. subject to the ac-
t:rn of 'h* democratic primaries.
I-or Tax aatimel4r.
The candidacyof Wil'iam W. IRicharld *


SUGAR REFINERY FOR TAMPA
Million IDollar Comp-any la n llcen Ia-
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CUBAN CABLE_ IN SENATE.I
Petition 1-4Presente laby 31r. st,-Avart
From Hiets1ness Mesn of I- latndl.
W.'%l41NtlTOt\. April 4.-A VaEhof
beautiful fli iwer'- adorn-i :1 t:- ..-1k iof


friend ` inI ri- -~iioaon N,- .af:iailkl 0
the Puf-rt, a iav3 111,1.

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for lnfats and Child rz.-









The Kind You Hlave Allwa' vw
Beflars the Signature of


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Apr,] lEI Cvs' tt aa~ i


DAILY MARKET REPOIT3.

COTTON.


NKW Yonrt April 4.
Jatfar i ry ...............
iebruary.............
M arca ..................
A pril............. ...
M ay....................
June ..................
J u ly ... .............
August...... ..... .....
Septem uter...........
Octooer .... .........
Novenl tier ..... .....
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9 34
9 3 1
10 31

8 43
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GRAIN AND PROVISION'J.
CHICAGO. April 4. OPUM CrLtaN
WHEAT--.\ ri.. .... .... 67,
WElRAT-Mav ........ .... i
W HEAT-J uly .......... ',
\Viil.:Ar-.- erl)eib r .. .... ti, ,
LORN- Aprii... ...... 40'+
CO-May ... .. :". '40 .... 41'.
CORN-July .. .... ...
Con as-Se-ptet mber .... 42..
UATis- \prit ...... ... .... 2.4
UATS-M ay .......... .14 .... : :'i
UATS-July .. ........ '.
PoaK- \ki 1.. ... .... 13.-
POaK-May............13 13 .... 1:1.*.,
Po t 1J li V".. ......... .... 12..2
LARD-- \priI ......... 6 5
LARB-May...... .. .Ii, ,.75 .... 6 70
LARD-Jul V ....... ... 6.77',
tilS- April.. ..... .... 6.9N1
tisi-Ma-y. 6.7 .... 6.9 t
UIBa-Juiy ....... ... 6 85
NAVAL STORE I.
5AVA,' VAtlI. Anril 4. -S spirit ttirpy)
tine firm at 5:3 receipt. 571): Malem 571;
exports i.ioe. Rosin. pales nominal; me-
dltimm (quit't: .ot-- irm:; receipts 234':
sale 1,451l exports none. Quote: A. B, (,
D, $1.45:: E. 1.59; P. 11.53: G, 61.00- H.
I1.44: I. '.u0. K. 82.2 ;: M., 2.50.S N, $-'.S.
windowglais $3.07; waterwhite 83.35.
WILMINOTOS. N. C.. April 4.-Spinta
turpentine steailyaid unchanged; receipts
7. Hosin steady ani unchanged; re
ceipts 555. Crude turpentine steady and
unchanged. receipts 5. Tar firm at $1.2';
receipts. 5

Noveltie.s in Men's Jewelry at
White s.

Five Thousand Rolls
of %Vall Paper in stock. all of thela-
t,-t pattern, aui)d llntire coming.
Pt ices from e to $1.75 per roll, .J. E.
o',(s & Co., No. 11 N. 1'alafox,
Phone- :'.2. 24f-tf





I',Ii,'r inti t ('rea \V tfers. .its af-
t(-i dliltilr dality. A-k yvouiir ttla!
lir thlill.

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


EVI' Y I)ILOP


In Use For Over 30 Years.
TrNf CaUvasU cOPMoa TT TU urSa evaTay.T sm YOt cate




hs H. ITTurner.


P.*ARCHITECT-*-:


-AND)--


General Contractor.


'.ill it ilI i; ilri .:I.i ntIl ,iNil ( rlat, S o1rtl... l ,,'i:, ., -
1nd (;a Fi-z inIz.

A Complete Plumbing Department undci

Management of E. B. Morey.

1V il -\rti-i- : I' iizn-. E-stimll:it"- Plain- aii J Sfcilo t ',"i
ing 'f All I indl-e, l'repared on Short N.,tic,.

L 'A\ nL -.ie and 1 Carefulily 'le-l,.Ie'.I St.Ick f' l--i i 1 i -
Tiling iof All Kinlit, l.ath Tubs-, C(l,,-.. ant l iii- I.t.h 1l A; i, .
Ilot \Vater and (;as Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WELLES,
ViCE-PRES II ENT.


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s-I ty tuie. 'iuse u ts.a ws :


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Place For Pensacoia

Buyers to Buy


JOH-N IF. PFFI.:J-'tl1:


RIX NI. 1.4-1.;


Laundrvv,


Our AddreT-
i- ilwity- ;i-ke- l .,r \ .

'-- beauty of t!,.- I.i

I IIT FItli NI ;

AN I) I I' I -
II i- seir l .--t i,.-t ,., .
..r, alwayv- rotl' .,'.- ,

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ALL WORK C, 0, 1).


Y- -' ALi-P~D FOR AND DELIVERED !F.
WAlt3CP-P? JX.GRAMAA!. Manager.


ESTABLISHED 1863.


ChoiceFamily McKEN.ZIE OERTING & CO,


GROCERIES

-IS- AT-

i The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store





IE$TZ & GO.,


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.

608 AN1 O.I0 64. PAIjAVOXX gRERT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINGO ". 'U
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8MEL & HON'S P'I M-

Givai, Isera, Pf Jts. Ills, lutl6i Instrnmtis, arts, iciBrs, I1
COMPA4-Eq. LOGS. TIC.
C. McKenzie teri:s: 'Collpetin~Agent for Hir Pilot- P,-. -
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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


DIRrC'-OR$S:
E. WELIE?, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Ssiunder.; 6 ('10.
11. HILT'ON GREEN.


A General Banking Busines sTransiarct.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900 3


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RUItin~ MODERN MINE SALTING.

ThI e Way This Swindle Is Artfully
Worked In. Mexico.

X 'Mine slninowvaday-s ,Ims devel--



A~q4 AU;4X llotl into ali t-k u iaa e art," fair'in un-
jtbiig I t~*.j 'i! aan voL sla- s1% to It-
it ltiii.,iitA fi jei- I ii m-et.w ioiI.ofU snot

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*the family
.!'A' it. lie
chilet'a Io:r
ask


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bURHAM Cigars have
en tried and fire test-
DAlemberte sells
.- --..870 91$


Alsaek'kAle%!
In a LI .' far ,
liISa.iti e I ICE tl oi.]1
r, 1a'lt is ruiil!-g St."l,
Wilt I e ois'L,,t -A.
-4-hiaago Ntw'u


Itults I',"- Lent.
Al! t!,e faithful who have e,-in-
p't-d thIir tWa-ntyt-first ye-ar ;inlI
wIll have not bfgi11'i their ixtieth
y, a.r. :aid w ho are niot exempted fr, Ill
the obligation of fai.tinii by .,ickne,>.,
!; 1til wloik r other well known reia-
i ', :itr ,liigi'd to fa-,t on all ti:,
(l:v-% f I,. it. eixc'pt Suliday'..
():i t1 <. day- blit one full meal i-
,!' ,< d. wtLich -litould liot be t'Akti.
bt fore noinii.
('Cti-oin allow- a cup of cel.T, e. ten
oir t. i'i ('l ,oc late. ;Ind a ns t il pi-c.,
*if bread ir a crack, r. t.- 1'- t ,keoi itn
';:,* i.1 ,r:* i'iT d in 1 i ,V t ,e llinL'., nt
(*. .' i' il!. ,t .x,', iie i : te h lh Itoultht
l:irt oif :11i ,'r:!i Iry Ineal, i- al!'weld.
At !;s- c ,lll:titon. Iutter. clihe-c..
inilk,,--g- aa d t 1!i kinds of fruit.
ti-il :.eni l ve.'tLI'l ;:r ;t :il iW.'il.

:k i :i t i r -n. i I.l p-r11 -- o'loe to
tike t It' .il. 11 iti C, n in H i. e Illi ii:, '
.tlI ti.- Cit'lrl-r in the eVtiriin. i
Aht-'i'l<,l'I' retlil thi-e i-e of lt!".
I .i 7! eli)lI l tho Wedi !)--Iitx
I- i in ed on : r.l tlCe \t :anl-litl a
. u:d y I':::O rW, \\' k a;i d 1 >n Holy
T'fi i -v r; ..' : ,t i -' :.l row ,' in c<'l,, I
Si-!: fand, i1. h :.re not :llowh d i ;'.
l :11.0 'l :y o h il ,iv i nI tSti(llt-.
I d-.. ell- ilk :,.(i d buitt r ii .iv
.. *. d ,v).. ;, i .il r1 ,f tie-*r 1- rve- ulllmen i dei d or,
S ..i d i,' (l:V y.
Pr-on. exempted from the obli-
.tili.n of f.asti[:; are not bound 1;,
t;;' r T-~Ii cti uI If u ing meat but
**Toi a day oil the day. in which tlih
ii- I, illegal t .is p aeriiCted by di-pen-
:7 1 'o011.
Children ovtr -V VeC l vy,-yearr of iV(e
- bllound by the liw of abstine.ltoe.
li|l*. excuseded by -lckire Is or other

The paschal time. in which :,i1!
('atholicse whio have coina to lth-
\ ;ir-J of dis-retion are houind to ro-
0 e IV lly 1oinlii.>I worthily. x x
t-ini- tfromi thet firct Sunday if L-ol,
till Tiinity Suinday, inclusive. ( hil-
drein ov -r o- ven years of aige ai
inid by ilthe precept of tannuial (on-
fe- inu. Paisttr-e nid parents shroul,
->e that the children comply with
this d auty.
T'tio holy season of Lent is a timn
of prayer. of sorrow for in, of teclu-
-iou from the world and iti amu-np-
tnenti, and of generoup;r aim.gAivinI
By a special indult (granted to thI
Iiihi p-, of the U'nited States for *,-
iv-ar-., datei1,r from Mar; h 1. ls,'i
w,,tkitz iu people, who cannot ea-ilI
,..1iterv" the e(.mm.on law of th'-
churh,. are diwpen -,'d from the oh-
li ition 4of ab-'ia-,nce on i ,1ll days of
t ,' %v-ar -x(C<-p t Frid:tyC. A-i
\\V l'l,.--d:iy. l ,ky \V 4,k mnd ( 'l-ri--
i ve. T' ii i-;wil:-. it- ll .- It'-
; i, 1 I.- ilXp t f .' i li th, : .ld. it,'. l ,ti
li-:t,<':i t, ( n;d. w hlri -uch ,'x-
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i:;' .,-- or call at the efiie.'
1 N \' a. ". xf, .t-ire,.t. w t:, tn i -
,l-t.I1 of a .r ,eli,:-r. B. I). HotInh'at.
lt lu ii-'*. A eiit Cat the 1.'arpenter'i.
li d .*oiher" union. wilt! uriih you
with th~ d aesire.d help on short n1-
:ice. iiatf


RUSSIAN POLICEMEN.
New Govermor'- Test For Theli
Alertmess Was a Failure.
A good story is LivK;g told In St. Pe-
tersburg of the Iuissansi police which
the pap-ors pl;rUoiu.l-e to bIO exceeding-
ly charactl,.i-i.;,.'. ,r: governor was
Sintt to a I-ihiiti ,i.un in: the interior,
uanIC the i;i' I l.: a.i;- ;il. o;upll,.ia :. L t ti>- p,,ic.M v.(ore lha:lJly
org:iniiz i. *,LI .' !.(,\. '\il'r I:it:(,h Ithoy
w'Aie,' v.;: a ;. iL.'vy \voi.ll l I er co ime
wheln ti;-, v. ll .,iint ~ri;. lThe govern-
or I!ete,' ;ii-iU -l to t1 st ii. s f,.r hiiiuself,
:-o u,,, u.l.hit hli set out for the bar-
ul vs V. lIre. tli pIolii'-e anIll the l fire
l ij.:i:'., v. re thia' ut'iiCU1e
tli C C.:ir "
1 ,) \ ,; i !. : *> i n *' "

"If : i :i v. !. .::_1 Ill! l .1 CrI 'lose
by. s\.'ld X ,' :':;I. .o iutr j,st'. "
"N i V ri ywilr lla'X i- in'.1."
,(.. sI i.I l.,' l.\ 'l n ir. "You
::.il\\ i .'l Ir l Jlu; \\ ,1N !. \\ 11hat would
3 ,n ,h'.N 'N
"1 \v,;:h. l lt.w ln y .in tl, tou I rouh e
t1 l:a, t r ."
S"<,, l.. L.,et n< i ')I) i.. s 'im, one is
t Wi.:: ; '- r' .,l 1: ,,,. 1 .i, lee,'l "
Tler' .i .o:'Tr-h l t\v I t nolt i soul an-
I1. .I IA l .:!,\\ ; : in id ";I.a !i,
bui t Ito :ii ic sib I n1 r-eVl t'i-. l fhII .
"Th'l t \\iitl d,.," is:tid tlh- goverInor at
lI-t,. **Yee i l, :\ \v histlshed y.ou)r utmi ost.
allin l. l y li:ros ; but. at ;iny rlat.
y,,r ,,,'-.i, :,,., i -:;:nquil. Now you
:c!'sl o I -;'i ;o l'IT 1:111 c nli hav
1 ,,;l n.i:l.'c;r" l, t ,v o) r tLr, li:!'.s ovor.
It is' V:I.:" -.s i"y t ,rni it liy trying
to w ':!; .\ ,, r ,*:.,: (!1. -hi pii iar to
slr 'p lii,. 1i -, d , l. prolud of i i st :!(ly ;ohli ers."
\VithI t!i;It othee .'ovflrior \vent off.
cn relll i;!i iin h ,If lint no onei
woulld lo.ciL.,,y t.1 :;-0 'ii>o. his pollce of
haviu n -1lir 1- in the nmidnuight tuur-
ders of it thevtn.

Out ofr slat.
An lni;l4ish t'otton liyer in Memphis
was talking willth the clerk of one of
the hotels the other day when a com-
mnercial traveler raine utip. "H'Ilow you
feeling, Bill'" sa"d the clerk as he ex-
tendedl his hind. "Oh, I'm just out of
sight," replied the drummer.
Aft"I thel Olnuillr'in. mUan hild4 been
as.i :zedL his ruowi t!:e l Englishmann
tu'i:-ld to the cleit'it ail inq)ui'-red what
lie l:tf:int by "o'ut of sight." Tho cl-erk
'exii.m t!, :t 1! w ,lie lnt lihe was feel-
ii ::;, it. Pio l tile l.. iielli.- iu:tn record(il
it in hlis Ilt l., lo< k..
I a',, I.-xt iniorn'ini, wbhn he same
(l,\. l. i :! 1 Ilv' lerk. ft!low il:g
l~ii- i;-:.::1 c -,,m, {i<'.::d how lih fr't.
' 1".' I:: .l-:i w n I ,,t'.1ii t it a good tilm e
tI .y ::. f his newly hlearii.'d slang
n'.1'. \. t'.: I.4' ;1ir t.f one wliho lhas s olv-
e-l a y.i k'ilun'l .'C- .i:m at ;ll 1r.l uplih
1 '.u.:T;;; '.


lotion unld C'oloe.
Tl r.- : liiii,,I l tW. ,'e*i light anr.l the
M'\ ;.ir \ ". 1 ; : i..lf i. annd the rapidity of
;, \,l, ';:,:, otf I. th*i Ctn o)p'ih 'e n et -
..s ;;y to pl > Cll.'o, t l "r sf::>:liiuols are
Sa;:. ,.i;-. 'TI o t tIhe s lnii: ion of red-
'.s i':r i'..4 :r a. 1 ,:t.ted .4'2.0
IM .4I 1. ;:: : I of vitlit. 707..01,).UO -. -S0
that t; srvn si't'tI 1lud rainllbow, whose
1tinr :':.-A ,.:,th1ii C: a:,e Is reared out of
dro's oif water that are ever shifting,
play's upn I lhe human eye in a manner
so astoundiu.n that the strongest tindi
ii.ht stag'fr t-,neath the awful reve-
l.int i'.-IAoudon Opinion.

1 lT:.I1: lKNO1N1 I AC 1F.
'That thie in j'aiityV f 4 s ri'ul- di
ca-c- originiate in disorder of ti.e
kilt,-y-. oley's KiJne'v Cure is
atiaranteed. Try It to-day if you are
not ftelinig well. W. A. D'Alein-
I), rtc.


Bran the mt e be You Have Al~wsas oiugt!

of e44t

C(',mIp runninllv, for the la-t lot of
tol-.. i.hbbyh pearl Alpino Hi- at at .;
'(plts iat la-t-d a week ; 25 doIzenri
more jpi-t i-Iiv, d. but they Wili"'t
la-t l.a ,.. \VW hie's.
oltu SALE.
.t a hig,:iin. 7i; acres :'i) untn er
tei. ant ld cltivation, the balance
otdlald~. >' of Ia mile north of C.tr-
dlova Park, with 4-room house, barn
:nd two stalbles. Price *t;f For
tll their iziforniationi, aIppy to V. R.
I)ut1laie. on place, or J. E. I)uhuis-
-o.n & Aro.. city. 1:3iln1

Three Large Stores
-'ll ,.f FI' NTT'r iI Trl, fir,.-t
!i:, ,f \VWiAnut lBedroomi -u:toS # ver
.t1 w:. in Il', i>-: iotla. P'rety. nte-atly-
('ll -lr, 1^<1 ~.,;ak I (ir: .i ii .-- t-. tit
11 k1 >. i aId lI rt!.4. rI I Ip IIt
,i, ;. l. 'tk at t::o n.
). M. P' I. < LS
ii iri:tin l'urni-hi'ier Hiiu'.

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

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL L.*1AE A, BROKFPACE.
L'I Y 'I ;'"IW ZV !Y. VA. :MIN';
.\AN IM1 1 ;F'ii .A N i)
1- o A -\ I.I-..
Loans Placed at Reasonable 1a'es



H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
Fr-'tsi 'l'e*,nni-ss-e and Native MTan:-
(hicken- and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear of Johnson & SODn's Store
INTENDENCIA STREET.


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Medical Society. Asse don. --GOLAY-0
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at Grist and Corn Meal Mill
the Board of Health ot~ar at p
o'clokp.m.Tuesday.April lI0and24. F. CONZAIEZ & CO., Pr o
Visi: in physicians are cordially
iuvin-, t" attend. Manurfacure-<
1). W. McMILLAN'. M. D., CHOICE M.AL ANI Pt 'itlEGKl '
.- Presidentt .,, >....f


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TERRITORIALOOVERN~MENT.
House Itesumes Consideration of Hill.
Me~owell Speaks.
WA-41LINOiTIN, April 4.-Withont pre-
liminarv bu~siuesd the house resuimedI
conlSideration of the b-1ll to t-.tablish iu
territj)riatl governm-nit in Hlawaii Mr.
MueD'jwvell of Ohio, aI mcnib-r o 4i
comint to.' oa tern rrito". wvas. th~t-ir,,t
spec ker.
While Mr. MeDowC 11 was STN-:tlkvi:
the clerk of the msenatv ann. C'7nc.l thatt
tho Puerto Ricanubill, %vithii .uifry
amiendmentts, had passed (lthe s*ijate,.
There wa~s noi dernoin'stratih1 wht u thr
house received the aun01111i"11.III t.
The bill wms referred to the cotiomlrre.'-
ou %,,av% and mealis.


i-' Panner: 3aove. It is niatle from u
prp!-crijitodzi by a world wide known
4;ha -jpeci~li-t anid is po-sitiv'. IS the
gno-t lieu! ng salve- for piles. Lurtis.
sea dd-, nicettr..,, ruitining 5' res antd


The N.-w (Columbhia $1 -thirt is:I
eriacker~aek ; this sea~on- 1.0~w prixjg


NOTICE".
ii' ~ erto~h givali that .edt~
om.tia 4-r de-mand.again..t th.- e-tat. l-
~ieltern i.hr I-cae.a revquireato pr.-
sp t fltIPin-m ittPiim t A years, tiw4 P--i' runir'
phi..A. A.F1IoI L IL..
'Cr ~f the tate of 11vcui, .h .ii.

in the F~r-t .udivial C'ircuwt (,f .'.d~
Cirw r('t ourt of E-seaninhia CewL :t 1ii
t hmsic r..-r Ili ii forai sr I)V eI .
ma~tt iej. %%'it bon. Comiplam-ient,
Ralph Watson, JDefendaiut.
*jfl..*i-t~aiuiiH aptai Wat'-on. ii req i! -f'i
to appear to t lio ahove 1iI)1:1 of .1:
Mald fit-ra~in. on Mondlay. May 7th. >.i
This order to bspuhtii.be~d CnfltCI'77Cwot k. I
for eight consecutive weeks. in t eI'ii.it
cola IJAII1.'t'N Iwma i. t-wspapt-r pub] ~i Ij,(
in the (icy of Pensacola, i'ioridLa,
A. M. M C MI L N.
uleric C'ircuit C Jtirt.
By I1. i. 1.lUkToN.
D-. pu ty ClePrk.
Pe'nsacola. Fl'a.. kieb.:0,4 1101.I. lodwsw



IIndigestion!


DUR3HAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
ITry them at D'Alem-
berte's.


K 1-'V ,-' Ce I2 I iu1:] M!e~

i-Alr.WALT (:eMs'ANY.


I For L. C-! .. f'4. ; r~. nri k-1 ,1. 4 1-
I~il ~ : rrv- I z 11tor -, 7o, :1.u :

T-- n'I.Av- 1Fort I'syrntaca-, for I-e:iss-
7: ro. rrt ve at Pens aco'..ii 'd ; 15a. im
11:' p. :.. rive : '....ee~r rli ~ ii:4 p i
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~I: r :: ~'i* ; ~ '*zia~uI :.'p. ni.

M 3.71.;) .M
~ '1. ~ P u
T), In :iV. PM.
tsp. P.nM.

:1,R O K W .r.K 1) A Y 4.
1P16n~ackla to FoIrt Jrrancas and return Mec
P#4naacoia to Navy Yard a~nd return... Me
?osna~.o.a to Palmetto Beach and return Me
FALS FxOUIY4 DAT
foenlaoo;& to 3-tHRrranoa .14a VY
N & rd anC r.-turn....... ......... ...
Penswols to Palmetto each band

No fralirbi received after 3-15.P. i.


1- : 401 South Pailafo)x St..
IWe challenge the world Phone No. 1ii. P. 0. Box i.
to produce a remedy equal : VUINi LA ClLL Railroad Exehan e, Phona ae. .
to the Matchless Mineral AWARDED PROFES2IONAL OARD8.
7. FRENCH NATONPRZE ---------
WIater for the cure of In- \ R N T Dr.arels ere y.
OF*.MareelI u5 e(Oreary.
digestion, Dyspepsia and 16,600 FR.AS
allforms of Stomach, Bow- S Psicia avi Sr OB.
cl T ro u b les a n d S k in D is- C .... ..Mce... :'i V.'' *r.19orys .tr
,l ,",; ..' .:,'C *r. *~ ii '. -' ..I 1C,t:rifv 'tl" Iin 4 Pittalaolu ttret -l. P lhin "i."
eases. Guaranteed to cure i ,.1,,, \':. ,J, ot -
Or money refunded. Cost I I Q ,.-, D,. W D w.
,., DR. Wx. 0.]Djswz T.
only 5 cents a day to use it. ci l i orrIOE-Hah Bros.' Drug to.
rnedi,.. pr nf.i,n .,'V
One dollar bottle last twen- .,.resc-nt, from a 'l l "e'-,rv ',d n.,I'.il REPIDENOB-400 B. JiackMa Stree
t r I sof Appetie ,.in i. :1 N.: orderss.
ty days. Paris: 22 Rue Drouot. :.4
Ib l d. ,Now, York: E..Fougera & Co., 26 North Wli'am St. W
For sale by all dru istis: 144? tN W 04- W to
also II'. T. Green 4- Co. 7 er. .; ..-- m011aticf P sici and arlgml,
S. Palafox Street. PE NYROyAL tPILLS oal o.,
OR ADDRESS .snre:. ir. o.y ,.... PILL.. Offers his profesion lirvi'ee tfe eitl-
OR ADDRESS i p!, AF zo ne Ul of Penslavoln.
V. I ritL('INlCOIN,-TE :',4 *;N.l.lll EspolAl atteBtlontiven tu t> lr ai mntm
W lLI N old ni,,,.i,,, .-,-. ..... of:,, ron.loDio, l.o,, Il.v ..* o,
li ll;i l l/I IlI,.'' w Tke- no" tbipi. riu... Wom-n and <'htl(rln.
-- I 1 : "rroua r ubat ,llu.t on iad its-. Thirty Yea.sr4 Praect 11 i th, Mouth.
W. W WI S I 0 ( ., 1. ,,0p-rf- Iart .llc rlr. Tll .ai.omlnti ). e flour.;:- v a. Il, to 1. in., : to 4 p. a.
q VS l".Id -Itel fe f r Laidh .". ,il: 1f .o -
G e W. Ala. -L s wo iin01ume ...lr. soi'.. Residence Phone No. ?)0.
G reenville. A la. Il P'" 7.. ..C.I-hl.he s.t< hrlal Oeo. f tL-, ruid.I' F.'. rer nt.R'nant RB 'lin'f-Rownr .


<,., ,vir.LF,AIa Aug. i,. ),,,. &' CURE YOURSELFS Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
II ;',.,' i-roat pleasure in corrilfynllg to th, tt "* 1iE 41 f,,r Imi llatii-i.
T.il i.v af.< thith merit of W ilkinson's Mitt hi- In i *tl i.r* ., ril. .. ti,, r'.
lt-eN >.ir;s i:l Water. This natural ininersl I ursibt..I i nr'.iti.- i r I.:' u, iA S TR
tool1, ',,1liiy personal hk'owlPdgp, i tK-in it .n.o.f. f r i,, .... ,:,, ., DENTAL .S G.E.O.N,
(ireei*ttv*,tt ecIa".. Patnf l l'" -. l 'il. l'.r .n.*, n'-
!r sin a wolti a ti miniles eqts of Greenvlle. BS eai Tem r'oe "- a,, i
in tli. hl' condition in which it i sol. II THN:EiA3CE vALqCo '. o .r r I aN iC, T i P i 34.
aiv. .s.-en 1t1 i water used. with wonderful cC.sc.T,o.i sold I>y Dourl.t*. i..
s.ire--s. for dyvspepsia. Indigestion. sore ar..A. r mt n I ':.: wrirr' .
. ve.. Mand for eruptive dise.ases. sores and 41't *rr,' rr Irl A
il-e'rs 4,n man and animals. Asla remedy Cr G ar wr n-,CisrC-iw-t
for iths* trouble%, I do not bellove its
-iutl vxi-ts. It is highly reconime.ded by -- U ND I R B
pitf .ciaiIs for a number of disease. To be ive
ZKLL (ASTOW, To be (iiven By
Jldi' of Probate Court, Butler County HOPE LODGE of H
i.l,.ma. HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of ff..
Theetiny Capele ssresuperior dd Fellows Hall, Warrington.

LO Gbb IandORY Inection Monday, April 16, 1900.
ThLeOSIEinTORY icumW4. .hou..the
T Ome diseasswithoot anyincon- Tickets 45) cents. lIadies Free. Free
KNIGHTS OF P*Y' al&S. ^< eniece StLDBYALLUl STSlll*
I'GaTl O ece .....SOLD_ ALLD I Transportation on Dummy.
Peui.auola dodge. No. 3, K. of P, __


meet every Monday even.
ing at 7:.1). at ('atle flail.
in flutchenson hall. West
Intendencia street.
'lsiting brnthrtin cordially
weloomed.
H. J tDiVVI%.,
It. lo I.o.:. C. tC
K. H. & S.


W' 0. W.
L~ive(Oak Camp No. I Av.., qd en Elf I Ile
lW..rldl.
-,et-; first sand thir-d I"'. lv '.17t it"
: I tC'tvtC.'CIbW. iWt. U AC'C%
S.T; I'i. i % m T s. CIPer k.C. '


IIOWLIS B1tS..


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JUST OPENED.


lowI C0riova Iutlt ali CoE Shil,

*--Everything New and Clean.--
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Re-ular Mealk Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all htiurs. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


.E\W1LJ It. Id;N C oUNN '8
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'u.N 1D-

Real Estate Agents,


Rt!2~t-N-XI&':L Y-TWO Ol F T'111:
LI tC '.FIALt. LIFE. API.
AI7 LN"1 "T, I I 1urLFFY PZ. 1E
44 LA R-3AN It S.-E JM IEq ILLIK 1IN-





Qflitel States.
tY~i,4OD~iW(7I SLI~TRD)


HOTEL


(~J IUROPEAIN PLAW.


Three Reaular

Meals Each Day

,:c Erch.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Nlight.
(IYSl'!:R.-.; FISH{ AND) GAME (OF ALL KINDS I.N SEA'.ON.'
Special Orders at Any Hour.
vrv--F~i'' io l $1.-,,r IaY. LOD3GING:
... 5')S. S CIII Ii :1a:khiCCC'rd-r-et V Co...opta.( Flori d C a 1 26 and 60CJ'.F


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H. H. WICKE,


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No.,%North Palafox Htr.-et.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. No. i South Palafox Street.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. A" Kiads o, Plumbing and Gas ~'ittungs Materials Kept on Hand
Voice I ulture. Violin and Piano, Le:piz-
y.tem; also ;uitllar, Banjo and Mandolin. Z0L9EPHON' S2 ** v'lWS 4 L', l WLA.


'.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BF!R: SoLI) IN
PENSA'(OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A'so Sld by M. Perry aa ifn. states.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty. zi
Prompt Delivery and Sati,-faction
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,


Patronize Home :Inii-'rv. for there Iq
every rejason you 'hould yo. ur Mel .Iand
Mock Feted from the tiont, IuoMiufacgnrer.
for by .o doinu !you enie.'rs-esboire Iudges.
try. Your money.,% left lo clie .- mmuun 7
Hond ywt iIII turn are. rdirec, I v en.Sik-d
Ins 'o-otrinz l'tbhot. Irol,e ip Mzufnwiirvr you
11)1!r~ut. t te agi.-ifItxor. ion owe
I't tt Ij- cc:!iIuniyIn w*~ h ich you live&and
whl--h coit r~butteb to yoor support .


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4 THE DAILY NEWa: PENEAOOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS: f'uit stand, no less than the gigantic I= $ 11 08-m "t 111 *I I 0
department store or mammoth The Bood at this season crash and No Appetite- "Icodd eat no break-
Kater.. at he I'o otfller at rensacola. wholesale depot, is a factor in the oMis thepifng and fAzinag fast and scaely anything during the
I -oe ro5ties of Ios Sarsapanl.a. This iday. Since taking ooas asaparila
ira..a-n Son'ecl'a= matt-." work. Those who buy to sell. wheth- grand med'dnh on derfully cures Scrof- Iam hungry a the time. Hood's has
orrICE: Pitt -uaiding,.i21 14outb Pasl- er they deal by dollars or millions, a. Salt Rheum. Blood Poisoning. cured my pimples, and improed my s
fo@ street. up-statr. are the agents of this greit industry. Bols. Pimples and all other complaints general health." Gertrude Stoddard,
SThe grear the volume of the trcaed or promoted by impure blood. Peterson, Iowa. Remember M
I'VBLHIEH 1BY The greater the volume of the trafflie a
THE ELWS PUELISHINS .CO. the larger must be its retuius in .
legitimate profit.s. r
Terms-I invariably in Advance. Pen-acola should be, and i-. great
One Year by Ma;i ..... ... ei ou.:h to consider the wants of the
t Noro:.t th ** c.on-unier at and near home. as a
a W bnthy ar. Ab,..,' .-source of profit and commercial
S r. p .rowth, as well as the demards of A
THE W W lKe ,1 N EqEWS: distant lands for the products of the
.pbllphed rvery Friday at t. Ir ear country, as a means. by the multi-
JrPte free. plication of its facilities for export- I f Ti1[ city board of health was read the
TELEPHONE NO. fi lu ig them, of increasing its imipor- EGI | second time and referred to the comn-i
tance in the commercial world. LEGI AU1T1 I tnittee ou ordinances and engross-

AderWtisingRates Frnishedon Application. According to the government rp- Ain ordinance to amend chapter 4
ports for the year ending Ju.i 3e article 2. section 13 of the city code.
189.0--th'e latest published-the ag- An Interesting Meeting of the which had been read the second
gregate value of imports of !ner- Board of Aldermen. tIfe at a previous meeting, was re-
chandiee for all of the Atlantic ports ferred to the committee on ordi-
chandise for all of the Atlantic ports nances and engrossing.
and all of the Gulf ports waa Sg l,- A petition from the Pensacola
paper Is on Mfilewith the 516,02S. Of this. only $16.370,453, or Taxable Property of the City Valued Yacht club, for permit to erect a
rli p~r 1ne tate e i, wharf and club house, was referred
a IN WE C 3.10 5per cent, came through the Gull at $3,1509.0O. An Increae oftothe board of publicworks.referred
pmrttt .ding. St. Panlt Minn.. whr'- 01* $177.300 Over IO--Alderman Chairman Green of the finance!
toTibemr adverttlwr and others T Of the aggregate imports of the Green Again Calls Atlent;on to the committee reported that a property
ezam tteafdwr0NestRmateRwTUbegivel Gulf ports, $9,664,467, or more than neffiency of the Tax Laws. holder had stated to him that he
spomoepcetor^eNessuALAovear port. ^- Inefficency or the Tax Laws. ad paid no taxes since ], 5; that
359 per cent. came in through a sin- had paid no taxes since 95; that
f 8ACOLA. APRIL 5. 1900. gle port-New Orleans. The four A regular meeting of thecitycoun- $1191 wats aes.ed against yn and
he wanted to conipronmise by paying,
.-- --.- nextlargest ports-Paso del Norte. ell was held last night. Present, $100. His coinmittee had no author-
I'itCNCcr iIT EiEGAFSB Galveston. Mobile and Corpu, Mayor Hilliard, Aldermen Green, ity to grant Luch concession. He:
The Mar. em nratic (Club of Pa.nstaea Christi-entered $4.80(,8W0, or :..5 Hays, Keyser, Christie, Cahn. Hall, had brought the natter up because
agsitot dr"( tt--city precinct t te l-r- per cent. The three next largest- Baars, Pfeiffer and Avery. eweeur ouS
gat@ t ie. 1the' e eases. It wasall important tter.
erratic count. iy < 1uventilo tr h hd a T'ampa, Saluria and Key West, en- The minutes of the previ uii meet- Something was radically wrong with
SIoneati lt'"t support bythe t v,,t-rs: tt red $1 57,8,75, or 9 63 per cent of ing were read and approved. th, tax laws and they should be rein-
at. inc. zz,--.. J. Mxwievi. and I-. the whole Pensacola's imports Chairman Green of t:e finance died. An effort had been nimade at
han.Wit. Ez 11. J. D. MnfweJl, and 1.Fd. tile w ie. Pe sacol import s the la-t -t i!t:ion of the le ;i-lature to
Wragblon. rn Aonted to the pitiful sum of b2,- committee reported adversely upon ave a bill ,aed. but tey had
Jon ;e.. Jti. %N :t, itd w. 1. 234, or ouly a trifle more than I ptr the request of the board of public stai ted t',o late. A conlit bittee was:
1,unt,-n ., cnt safety for an appropriation of $;31~ to now colisiderilig t;ax matters. They
Src;. .-. i-rn n, 1 nearly all of the va.t quanitv provide a conveyance for the chef should sigg'-t soine reni dy and a
.. .l'... .... r, r aa allothevtquanit of the re department, but rcm.- strong t tloit should bte Ini;de at the
r.-c.n< et:'- !. t-n i. n.t. of imported merchandise coimeed mended the appropriations of 4(0 re- ntxt sr,-i,'iu of the l.gi-lature to
hntiui.t1, UIn or distributed from this city its quested by the board for th,, pul- have a bill p..sed. that the (question
merchants go to New Orlears or cha-e of horse collars for the fire of asse-in Ari:: mi;tan unavoidal.ie delays Mobile, or to the Atlantic ports, department. He stated that this was one of the r'rv'-t problems that
)uva county hasnt toth state paingenormous sums in freit would leave only $1,9t00 unaippropri- confronted the council. If there
uval count.v has sent tthe e paying enormous sums in freight, ated, which must cover all experndi- were a law to tqiualize assetadln-lltei
reform school its first quita of in- receiving only a small portion of the tires for the remainder of the fiscal and force collections, the city would
mates. eizht in tunibei. all colored, possible profits upon the traffic. and year not already provided for. be in bc. ttr financial condition.
seven males and one female. whose yet maintaining, for the consumers Alderman Avery spoke forcefully Mayarb Hilliard stated that one:
sentences range f emiae whseto 11 favor of providing some ineatils case hbod beln called to his attention
enten'es. range from six months to tributary to them, the highest ulti- for the chief to reach fires promptly. by the cou.nnty tax collector where a
tfve year-. It should be Escambia mate prices. Sometime-perhaps in He asked what salary the chief rt.- man, born in Pensaco'a. had inherit-
ount\ .. turn next to help till up t;H the vt-ar future-they will see the ceived. and when told that it wis ed a piece of property. ha1 lived too
lu-titutiolu bly di-po-ing of a nuinb, r th tra month he suggested that pe:r. a ripe old age and had never paid a
f proiti candidates for it ben advantage of importing direct, gain- haps the most feasible plan would be dollar of taxef thereon.
pros cnd ing the legitimate importers'. as well to increase the salary of th- cI.i.ef Alderman Kevy-r wanted to know
ti. a- the distributors', profits. and util- and require him to provide his own how this coul t be done.
Dt.- ,14 TS have scored aintiher izing the capital that now lies idle, conveyance. I Alderman Green stated that the
D. have scored another zng the capital that now les dle, Alderman Green stated that here- property would Iwe sold two ye:,rs for
vtctov. tlhsl time in Michigan. A the empty vessels which daily en- tofore the chief went to fires in a taxe-, bought in by the state or city,
democratic mayor was elected Tues- ter the port, and the long trains of public hack; that the hacknien then dropped from the tax rolls, and
day in int-irg-the fir-t for ten "empties" th:t almost hourly d,-rart seemed to take pride in getting him, there was no way to dipomsu.sthe
yer. Grndn i n r, there promptly, and as soon as an occupant, who continued to reside
years. Grand ltapids also elect( d from our depot. alarm was sounded two or three or undis urbed on the property.
a democratic mayor by a majority Triauthoi, v Hon the hacks raced out to find the chief. On lmotiont of Alderman Cahn it
increased to 1,:k from 728 last year. Tl N -:w iauthnz on. It might be a good idea to make an was ,or.jurcd that hereafter, until
Democraticwer elected in L. J. eve-of DFuni prig to appropriation from which the board further notice tl.hi councill meet at 8
D emocrat of other cities anelected in anunce tat he is not it eai:dite of public safety could pay th-.e p. mI. instead of 7:;:0 p. Ili.
ad lrge democratic gis arend towns for justice of the -sureme court of hackmen. The city should go The ciiiil then adjourned.
andlora at ar tat we democratic gauet are re- i on slow on appropriations, for the --
vcided at other points. trucks were wearing out and -must Volcanic. lEruptions
rf hi- inalle in that connection was soon be repaired and replaced by Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
THE mov 'cc-:_ of t:he r1.'ublie'p un.uthorized a;.d without hi~ cout- others. It hald also been suggested life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
majority in the hou-e of r pr eit ti- spent. that the city should buy a ,combin"- i (ure- them ; ;alo Old, Running and
mjot intehoueof r pret set lon hose truck and chemintcal en.in1",, h .-v'r Sort. -, Ulcer-. Hoils, Felons,
summntt-r, will be a wel':,,nme relic! l.. ife Wa saved. which would cost $100. If tit,. yit (',r,,, \Varts. Cut-. Bruises, Burns.
utmmdtlM will be a w elcanie relieMl ho i bought a horse for thie ',i-.f ",re Sc iSi-. ('l.h:; ped llian;. '-, hilblain-.
to the t;x;, yer-; but. all the -amt Mr. J I. illy. a proiill citi- would he the monthly expe;.:e of B,-.t 'i' cure on earth. I)rives out
Swill) be ri.:.ly 'understood a. wnderft lt ier fro a frt, ht- ated it.ha It must al-o ) remtio-. Pa in and Ache. O(ily ets. a
te Ill "o. i-fln.-tir b -x.(ao rtr ( old by W.
,.,... ,,f : -,ufacturi'ig availahb. fiul d( ath. I.n t.-liinz of it h e !-at-: would need attention amd t r, t or ltt. by .
.aimnunition f.,rthe inipt;.nding cam- "I wa- taken with Typhid.d F'.-VrI might also be other i:tco-.-,tryv .x- .
I ti&mn. It 1 iub!licais ar' noted fo.r that ran into Pu1lii mai, ii:l. 3M.-1 l1 '-, p ,nitnrt-g for the proc,"it,: ) i?;'- -
he aine f.aid lie ,.ealth during t- t:, (-iu.toll, r.'
rlt iig u.-ivy rE.fr.....iz fr'm the in- co ldnd t ,-v n -i- ip ii hi d. Noth- 'l e r: ,rt of "ie ;. itzi n*.. ,- "'a// "
augur.:tit* or I < ,Ii.'avc o0 1:omasa'rt ing helped me. I expected to -o!. tr,. v.,, thlion adopt'-d ., '. t- *a-
cjlcu!at..! ;,, r,.due a t ,'.,-ti: y -ur- di -of C ot -ut niptio)ni. w iR .i- I ih-. i ,f % tI r (fi-ct--io n.
plus. except by xpenditure, unle- bD ttl gave ret eli);c, r -f. I conti-Tax:t: : :; l; 0 ',
such measures are nece-sary to their ue(d to u-e it and now n. we!l atnd la.tiriin (-e.n t '- :,
1-olitica.l p'i rpio -=tronl'.g I .:a:t>'t ;say too imuch in it- colmintittee reported t it: tx \ -


Economy and strength are charac-
rp..'!ics peculiar to Hxad's Sarsa-
*rila, the great bloed rurifier. A
incie bottle contains 100 doses and
uv! last a month. w while others aver-
cC to last but a 'week or fortnight.
Foods Sarsap.arila has an unequalled
record of perfect and permanent cures.

SMALL DOSES

LARGE RESULTS |
ow: --- s. -a --- --- 0 u..


25cent- will py f. r
ed tion of the Ja(. k-, '..
ii4., a large 1 .-r 12 ;, ,-
now until Nov. l! .
and $2.00) wil py
Jacksotville M-tr.;
until Nov. lotl. fr ,-
only. Th, ,hol.t
lelled otler is :v
I ornda a i.it.ine.- .
the new- ot t i .
c:nip.tiign :it xt; .-
also to make tt.: it n
with tie ll-adl._ ::
Bryan new-'., r. F
c.artoitis are .t :.. *
ii&tit le\'.


~illiam |obn~on A Son.



Buggies! Buggiesl Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats'

CAR LAD PRICESFty Phaetons.
Jsnric!; Eoca Carts, C o E:.:-


Any and Every Style!


BEST MAKES, LiTEST STYLES.
First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
Y W e wil! Allow' You Sn iiim.-t!,in. for t! it 4I )1i._ .
A.in t but Fifty (. :-0 .


n~~~-t inlcludc iii t!- aIn-




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di-tri rio r,:.: f' :., f vr-a i .;- ;':
of in:.t r ter i:a -. .rowd wi;:i-;
c3n1-in.;- wIos-e nuli..be-: ani.d (a-
pacity for coio~ti!!apt:,! a;e con-
s.:tatly and rapidly increasing. The
effort was unavailin., th.u-i, and ray
be disregarded now : but the miot:o
of those who advi-cate w!'.ol-sonle
growth in mat- rial prosperity should
be. "Line upon line. and precept
upon precept.' and as surely as the
starm are set in their courses, so
amrely is Pensacola to be the great
distributing point for foreign imports
that its most earnest promoters and
well-wishersi have desired to see it
and predicted for it.
Commerce is the distribution of
the fruit- of industry to those who


i;rai:-". 1 his miarveloiui ledi(rcine
- t!h' snri-t and quicke-t cure in
t!h, world for all Throat and LUri'.:'
l'iiubill,. Iltagu!:tr -!z, 50 cents itand
1.i.. f'i'L! bottles Iret- at V'. A-
I1'A.Inibnrtr's drug store; iv Lry
i'ottle guaranteed.


W.. w'tkc, a -s-i'-'xl It m1itaev i-
r1111 ~ciatai~rt!,at i!.-drmralibb,, v,* !l
;,1-1t-o. nitt xii-hv-ca dily atd-; I -ji
Tick r'ft: v ii.-t. iwtiid\' u-f.ndiet
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'Who10 1t1i I t:-'0 1:1 ra: \N
v 'y i e i E. ii ru r, I tru in i'... ,.
tmtrr-t'ch -:rtcelfor CIo'!tinz -f.'am~
fu~l quality. White-

Grand display (uf Import., d ar-
Turbaus anid Itonvet-;. Ih ut-,aLti-.
Friday acd Sattrday, April5, 0 anti
.. Ro-mcminber dato. All invited. 1-.
Del hayer. 21 W. Guovernin-mt -trect





MoI(tto: Abao!ute Puri:.%-.
New 6riugIf M nhatzan ~.t.a!,


('ulifltv tatx books-, Ih.(I
inl--d #1 tIli-; c4H FiA!1"

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.;:a:r d r at A~iif
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,Alllii!im olnl oilt Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-'lam uif:t'tt;re'- .i;,nl I), itd r- in-


:t .. Carriages, Buggies W agons and Ihri.
f'.: -e ..'.. -. Rc'pairing Attended to Promptly. /




SL. ENTEN ,PECIALTIES





Iif i 1 ,11 T4E BEStT
--k- I *.. I' "S ECONOMY t

S i t i .

t' "'* f'r! ian'rt IA I D'Iri ",.' ;I'i:. !\.t

S- .. H!NT WFE-RS 0,- B3. BONS. ur R lRi- ER TORS a.ri (N< ANCW 'V! F-
t. o- and r t- T.l::.: a ;,, ,:f. .- I.\ ( ut c\r :I; i:. r)I ol )t.- 'E \ I
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tia ..nto r1b. S ECONOMY< It
('':1:; '.. T i' r,;ii tra,< w, r-i'.r( th,, I. --:itiA -;- J !IV- uw a* that




ext meeting of the bard, whema makes tte e o ick weil t: the weak
they would have I a propo-itin t :o; ;tro, ; it rive-i and w Iuri- al d take l a O r ramny other on the market
d t .,t' 'the s,,uthern B'e~l i, l,.- I s t!,. !,,od, ri er;-tht wr-t Tley have an Ab,,,lut, DRY AIR PROVISION CHA.M!1I 1:
phon- and the Terminal compani-s eaIzses of ndi--". It cures per- Wairranted Absolutely .....
asked an extension of tini to the. l, nanetitly" ;Ili tt iae: tr,,ubleQ. It --_ _
t,-xt meeting of the b,)ard, when makes ti:-'; ick well: the welak-
they would lhavp a propo-iti,.n ,o-trone: andw it ',ivf- one who in all c.Our Ice Cream Fre~i rT xui-s .,
make. The report was received and run down ntw l-a-e a:1N life and a
filed. healthy ap,-tite. Mountain Mint WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3';. MINITE-
The oldinince relating tothe eerec- To-tic has bet n tri-d by hundreds of
tion in the city of poles byte phone, people in P n-":antli. e-veryone of
and other companies. rep rted by I whom heart';y re(oiii;n-i:ds it a, the g "Prices no Hizher than for Inferior makes. Come ,- I iJ
the ordinance and eng-o--ing con"- best tonic thi-y ev,-r used. It does plain them to yo u.
mittee, was read the taird time am.d more than we clAimt for it. One dol-
pa-s-d by a unanimous vote. lar per bottle. -ix b,,ttle for five dol-B S O
Thu ordinance rtla-ive to employ- lar. Try it. It is made in Pen-a- r B S N
ment aud di-charve of 'oanit-try in- cola by I)r. P!iilin I. Hannah. For .. .


Wfilliam lonson &1 Son.


Top Buggies.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.
I5


ITO


:W. alter "'ate is home fr.m a
-- \ -It to laltiuiort anid oth-

1. I ngi-land of St. L.mis- wa-
i:s- mornigii'* ai ival- at
SI -' .ainbila.
4 J 1.-ll Ib It this mimorninig
1 to a caivau--.rig tour
S:' *e \ o ei -.
S i. -r it .- little, Folk's Inii,-
- \\ ,*lii-d y ve-i iig April 16i
. : 'ke-t- e-atl,.
S McJutflie, Jr of Vi-oiala,
.- s ..,! g tll ian reo i-tt-r.d at


State finances are in such gord Some folks' pretence; to always
condition that Governor Biloxham. undersell the world are rather tirt'-
by authority vested in him l)y law, so.m. No one ha monopoly -of
ha, ls issued instructions, that the state brains and money. It will be a so r-
tax proper for 1.Xi '-hall b, two and ry day for this town when comuipeti-
a half mills on the dollar. :t reduc- tion ceases. White's.
tiion of a half nmill fromii t.:- 1. vv nf
Last year. Nobby 'Spi iln. Su;'- for young i i. n
at \Vl.It','-.
Mr. Janme- Mclean. fa*h,-r of Mrs. .
A. I). Morrison of this iy. ,(;I, 4 at
i- 11iin.- at Kinox HIi:. Walton
ollility. .March ;1. 114 '. a.; d about
'1 yve-a;rs. Mr. c.,aii was one of
the oldt i t iand tiiit ~tr'e-pected citi-
zen- of W.altoni c'iunitv. ihaviing liv-dl 'Vep-in Pepperiiit Watfe.'s aid di-


: ; .'i to day. tiere. -iitc-. 122.
\\% I i.,.im of Newton, N. J.. ar- Divis-or No. 1, Ancient Order of
:. i # : tnis ignoring and reg. -- Hiba -rniani at their iiic-tiing last
.i thel Merchanta. nii.lit. decided to give a grand I)ew-ey
.1 .1 I .mpson of Columnbu Ga., .a' demonstration at Ki;friian'
",1 .I lt:, i tyon .~ ll a iiGa., lta d ; aik May 1. Coninm ittee- we.r, ati-
.int t,- ityla-t night and is p.inted and an elaborate program
-.-: it ti Mertclianit-. %will be prepared. Dewey Day la-t
'.I- A. It. Fairs.. a irster of .Mrs. year. under the .same auspices, was
S\ I;it( f tof in- cit.v. died ye-tcr- a grand event. The Hibernians say
1 .it It' li 0e' (JkIlt0ona. .M is.-.
\r i nal Mr-. I rank B;. adclilT
ow 'at tI 'ne u thie.r handsoune
w re--idehce" on North Alcaniz 0Som e I8tere

A ir ..unlar meetings of the Chamber
Sininie i called fr 7 o'clockCapital of the Four Gre
I, :. A full attendance i llnm- l
:-I- ,- i, .i.-ted. RaLnIr nf Tgn1oland-


Mr 1. ('. Tuni-on will leave to- o
1., a* mring for Havana. vvia Bank f France, .
. i ;p:i. on prote--sIonal bu.im,-s., to
,.-,for -snne we.ks. Imperial Bank of Germany
Va elt, candidate for Bank of Russia, .
I I,!'. 1.I- fully recovered Irom his Ba l o. s
:; iiiie-- amid I- miiaking I a -ac-
C ,.iva-- :inmong the voter!-. Total, .
It f- flhirIg blats Ida and Sadi(.
rt ..v.d t! i,,,nori.ing withJ FUIDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IISURANCI
: unaid- <.l anist; .mackerel. '


*A. J Cth:1iijui i"a huin LON)tlI

i~j i'*li('Iof B 14 I't'andi

*t4 f) he ',,li%' I'Ri--



44 lmiI P14L~i~5.itji ',It'-


* .' .wil le awill'-ibh.,a ~
** iimmimi-rm iran;'. :;I='' w- *u

-k 11,11fine-klav tt-~re- will I
#I.re rut144' .rv. hbnt 11w-..
-t1 ., .1*


**:* 4 t. k- 4 dti clii .-d (- I isa r --d
r!.;Iiof- itl 1 4 vi! t IX t .I !1
-~1 -41-1 A da Ust I I f
1!14-i')C t IulfP. a -4 1, a
V ot f ,I 1


gestion. A4K your dealer tor them.
Nobby Boys' Knee PantQ, with
Double Breasted Vests, at White's.
The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's.



it Figures.


It IHanrks ( the WorldI.


$86,047,935


reach the diseased portion" of the
tai'. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional reinedies. Deafness is .,cau-sed
by an iintlanifd condition of the- m1u-
oimis lining of the Eustachian Tube.
WIlhen this tube i-intlaned you have
a rumbling sound or iinmrfect hear-
ing, and whien it is entirely closed,
D)atnessis thle result, and unhl.-s
tho inilaiitination can be taken out
and this tiuhe r .-tor(d to its normal
cuunidition. 1' ari i. will !.b (ld stroyed
lorever; nine c;as --s uit o)f t' n I,#r1-
caused by eatarri, which is nothing
but an itlnied condition oif the
inuo us surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for ainy case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cures by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars; free.
F. J. CHE EY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 7(c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
New spring arrivals in Silk Neck-
wear, at White's.
J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
ment of Solid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon
Fechheimer Fihiel Clothing is
cqual in every respect to made-to.
order garments. See the new Spring
arrivals at White's.


36,500,000 A special communication
of Escambia Lodge, No. 15,
28,560,000 F. & A. M., will be held
28,560,00G Friday, April G, at 7:31) p.
S. 25,714,920 mi. Work in Tbird degree.
Visiting brethren frater-
$176,822,855' ally invited to attend.
By order W. M.
L. C. |ENNETT,
E COMPANll M A flA1 I Secretary.


FCI THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31,1899, if wwtiqW I wUl

Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
T hi iii \\ f.iri,i ,* 1 I, i 4 of Thi' l ItM : (I:l life In uri- r f:ii, C, iiiii ;i ,1
Ni 4 ,>rk. lRicI:rlI A .IM('iri Plre-. i ntlli. pr,.\i'i.-:
Fir- Th,. ( I- ( ll 1 t ,i .i'; ,I. l .;,:7 .-f ;- -.
,.11.- -- 'i < I lAL. E. INVI-E.NT'11NT-


Thlirrd L.Ih~-1lk.l. IA mAN"~'s' D)lIIK THEh
I ~ 4 ii Ii 1 mu '- : Is e II t I:
A I Im m 'la : 'II-:L m .:I ::z '' IJu

P I' ml;I t:. I : \ 1it, s i r. iu


CECIL WILLCOX, General Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA-


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RL-BBONS. ~RIBBONS. 4







p -:I' '-tar
BRIE


We -have iji-*rt-s'eivo-d l'm,
I If L if t -if I slteta-and Lae'-c,

4-:,- '. ardl. -44 1 r '-:o *12).72, :s us!


I' --:u-'lito c I'll tsn~j -zie tiumr linie
seI S-~iilor tHat-. f'tir hildrera.


Ours is an ever hu-sy store, becaii-s
of attractions, constant. various. and
dependable. that appeal to those who
believe that "-11mollny hould buy
inoiney'.s worth." White'..

Fine furniture in smu in mer
st/iles, including I icker
rocekers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is co#m-
pletc. I)on't buy anything
iii furinitlure until you h(tre
seei larston ,' Finch's
stock.
W\' -, i. ka lo l tihi;in t,) order, i(oanl
r '',' nt .1M lBorn & Coll.. <'t ;I':_ .
tih* *i)r ire ;nirt tirilorila woi
i,,r 't.c t lit L ';i lr i:.t l. i'l ; <, '..
l(' :t! i. c t,,at is t:iilored lonm I-ll -
;i:d t.: '.ii,' ily ait \V li .'s.
(Cl:iliiu z ludi(' -kirts and vwaist-
\- ,*in ( < ,,'nt ,,('ia iltise Star I ,,u :-
dry.

Rea-a the The KIra Ycj e Always Bo0fr


l1, dozen Serivtn's Pi{tnt E.l.a-i.w
s.iin drawers at '00 c. int- per pair. at
\Whit..'s.


Photographic


Artist,


2,I14',l:54th (ar.' uSt.


OPERA HOUSE.

ONE SOLID WEEK:

E PHIL AND NETTLE
*PHIL AND NETTLE


B TES kin Jones and was exonerated, there they are going to make the 19Odem- PNSACOLMA BAR.
Being no case against him. onstration outshine that of lastyear.
Dr. Reginald Allmon-is contined l.ie lade.- of-Muscogee wharf CCman p the
St) his bed to-day with illness. I Methojdit church, assisted by ladles Ch:t Malers.
DI deputy Sheriff H. A. Cowart leftlof the Pala"fx street Methodist In reply to his telegram to
.- o ru"sd.. oretau rn on the 12:45 train to-day for Bluf church, will give a supper t the Congressman S. M. Sparkman rela-
S ,. da: Sriu gsn a business tre new church. toi mo-row night. All tive to the proper depth of water
-..... ,.,. Dr. W. A. Mill pension xminare corially invited, through the channel tj Pensacola
SinDr. .urg A. Milwas hpensione ximin Itso zie colla: and cuff buttons are harbor not being shown on the coast
I inf urgon, affwasl hu t a ree-trneday ton what men' have long been wanting. and geodetic charts, Hon. J. Ed.
S. .i. M'a a;ton to-dar. t i hey save the finger nails and do O'Biien to-day received a letter
., l'.-t'Uibia. away witli the iornrii gswear words from Mr. Sparkmau in which he
-.-,- ,.rdd.idt. who knjw- The choir of St. Mi.hael's church while making your toilet. You can says:
*.i ,,f tl. -uport-rs. .are holding frequent rehearals and have one for the asking by calling "I'was around to the coast and
will present a splendid inm-.ical pro. at John Whi:e's. Geodetic Survey to-day, where saw
!j,:i-tbait of Loui-ville arrived grawu Easter Bunday. Geodetic Survey to-day, where I saw
S iagra Easter unday. trd. The foil, wing party escorted the the chart about which you wired me.
a y.tday. The weather bureau announces war vessels to the mouth of the hai. and which shows something like 22
- .:.d.- and J. A. Meliulie of that frost fell at Macon. Ga.. this b r e-terday on the yacht Wallace: feet of water on the bar. I called
,. ,l,,plugat Hotel E-cain- morning and th::t possibly a light Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Swales, Detroit; their attention to the fact that there
frost may occur in extreme North-! Mrs. George B. Woodward and P. S. was much more water than that, but
1; H. King ha- gone to her ern Florida to-night. Woodward, Louisville; Mrs. F. H. they said that the chart was gotten
Creston, city; Mrs. H.S. Risby, El- up last year. while the report of the
I. it~rolt. topid the gSum- Afteriandelsghtful viHit to relatives gin, I11 ; Z. Inez Cranston, city; chief of engineers made after June
arid friends lere. Mrs. H. %'. O- Minnie and May Brown, Harp; 30 was not received until sometime
, -mith and E.. oorof peheim and son, Maser Henry, Frank M. Urch, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. later. Thi report, however, only
Su.rae guests at the Mer- l l e -oo o home, Bushnell, Sidney Anderson, Mrs. C. showed about 25 feet of water. I
muchds.to te regret of their many D. Byers, city, and J. P. Prairie, called the attention of the superin-
,:,d J. It. lindsey of Morriston .Charlotte, S. C. tendent to the further fact that since
1.,-:,4 tiie guests at the Mer- N.C. Petit, a prominent Odd Fel-! the engineer's report wae made, the
Slow, who now has extensive mining A Powder Mill Explohion channel had been deepened some
interests in Mexico. stopped hereR five or six feet. He at last promised
SH. Knowles departed last tereday to visit ico. friends T. C.here Removes everything in sight; so to write immediately for the report
vit to relatives in North Watson ad A. V. Clubbed. HeT is do drastic mineral pills, but both of the chief of engineers and have
i o relatives in Northen route to his old home Waldo. aremighty dangerous. Do't dyn another chart printed, which I dare
minite the delicate machinery of your say he will do. afterwards called
,:., Mrs. M. McCreary art, P. Devine. who resides on West body with calomel, croton oil or on Cel KcKenzie, who pricmiledto
,- utly domiciled at Hotel Romana street, hai at hi, home a aloes pills, when Dr. King's New end dewniimmnidiately the latest
Si.'. half acre of magnificent strawber- Life Pili., which are gentle as a reports
Ant J. A. Iivis of the ries, which will soon be ripe and summer breeze, do the work per- reports_
artm t Ir o o- ready for market. He expects to fectly. Cures Headanes. Constipa- Deanes Cannot be Cured
,- art-n. itreoil -market 2,xi0 boxes from the half tion. Only 2l. cts. at W. A. D'Aleui
acre. berte's. by local applications as they cannot


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI.-i. CHEAP AND
THI-:RIEIB INCRFA.\S-: lTHE: BUSINESS "


New
Arrivals!


LUES AND HIMBRiOIDRIES! Arrivals!


Our Centre T.ble- ayi- Pro,.iing beneath a iroodly share rof t.. Newest
Thing-. in Laces and Embroideries.
Swi-s Edging and In:seition. Hamburg Edging and Insertion,
Valencia Lace and Insertions.
Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion,


German Torchon Edging,


Aplique Lace and Insertion,


Point de Spre!t, Oriental and Plat Val,. La(ce.
.:), Remnants iHamburg Edging, six yard lengths, worth 75Yc. to ,.o0 at 6ic.



Sweeping Sale of Muslin underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drawers, heinmed and tucked, size l and 2, at... l0c pair
Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6, ony.... ......... .................................... 15el pair
One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot ('h)il(l'< Tiinined Gowns at Cost Mark.
IOne Lot C(hild' Trinimed Skirts at Co-t Mark.
Oni Lot Mies' Trinined Gowns at Cos(t M.ak.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed (Chemiso, worth :'3c for.................20c each
One Lot Ladies' Triminmed iCanbric Chli-nise, worth T .e for.......4ic each
$?3ne Lot Odds and Endsg
In Ladies' Skirt- a-id (ownI to Clo)-( o()it ;at ( o(t MIark Price.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co:-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHI.


LiN'IiN V- a~i .iiN!-F if,I a !. F1,N.


LEWIS BEK., CO., Sole Agents.


Old Qual:er, Hunter and Parole Rye WhiskJys.
::-)-Chester eld Bcur Lon Whiskey.-(-::


Furniture atalU. i UeS.


(' l .1A e ir' -e l Ien 5i1 :im

(': orsIl l ans ,i e a iiis mm~j is r# ) 4


Peters Comedy Company REGULAR


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unless you can't help yourself. T
Every Dollar spent in our
t store entitles you to a ticket
which gives you a chance for the
- beautiful Machine displayed in
Sour show window. Lucky num-
ber announced May 1.


In New, Up-tc-Date BIpertoire.

Prices 1r0, 20 and 30c.


-FoRlt---


25 Cents


-AT-


MONDAY NIGHT,


Fighting for a Fortune.
CHANGE OF PLAV NIGHTLY.

Ljdies free Monday n ght if accompalnild
by Ierson boldind a paid l3-cent ticket.
f re..rve m. onr


Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
- i.rt Orders Promptly vr\-d all Hours
of Day or Night.
F si and Oysters in All Styles.


Nick Amnatle.


(GEO. A. PETERSON,
!tmItr in
Bi~y'e3A aaBieyel. sablves.
%x ir fior Hxamr'I-r.C'e,--viand and kae'.ei.
silo-s e -, 0--i xY ,, 4% -x pwri~w eCIn 'p..
PairinK of nV-s-. ash PtsjWi-t*-r-.
fit ~ ~ t" K'.. l% Ill'ade to


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,




A. Schwartz,


Proprietor.




-NEW ARRIVALBI!-e

OUR first announcement of New Artivals of Spring

P Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
of colors and styles to select from of TLadies' Waists
We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in thL
city Of well known brands. Among them the famous
-" Bilr'ri n- B1d," famous for fit, style and firish-in
fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no
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An O~mflti i'rui~iu'g Faith to Star- THEDCOMING CAMPA~i IGN1'111

lot your illemod Pure" Are you c~ure
of it? Do cuts or it-cratclhei heal How Party Leaders View the
sowly? floo m your takin itch or bur.; Political Situation.
Have you im~eEruptions'
Aching Boni'-.- or Back? Eczema?
Olid Sor".? Boilp.? Scrofula" Rhen- 'STRUGGLE FOR THlE PlZE...'i)UNCY.
Inatisin? roul Itreat i? .i(at rrl;?
Are yoo a td. ? If -% purify your!
Illood at d-ititeowith It ,h. .IPaniv'Llttle Doubt That Bryan rnad lheI~n-
Blood Bal~m). It .irrakes the Blood icy 1*tfWil Arin -lAthRue cned
Punre and1 Ricfh,. lcah* (-Fvt Iv-r.f-' uzIot oHtl ohsdmUx
and give.. Pr i lt bar, fg!rttooth, I -altt, jgIOIMt it.tv4(tI ice 3
-kin. iep.eted pk- rc-~ ress (Conjidence.
cancer, eutimng dtote-',Pairiful'SweI-
t-ured by IH.IIt. It.. itid.' E-; .et* i a T e iltiaI x' 'i ~ '
for all ob,-tiwi;tt' l;. :,~~'it( -kit, Very n re ig 14 i. peli*:n- tii
Tr4'ubl(-P. It.1. Ih T' Iti- 4 i n ri t 't the l te'a.Ier L-. 1I*. 11tc a~. i. t 11
eOther r.'nio-d v.I e ) Bi.' 1.. l B. l ,tioljt iu f. I n.- Ili ipv I i
drains tht' l'rar.44r1 arid H1-luniF, (Ut trn. an lI %%I.Ii:!. i t.t- ; 'lt
l~f th B~ti~uJ aid .-uit1- -. -, ,)-:'i e- cel te II iaI~ere i.2 2
therzympt'.msi Caviot return. (;ire
it ~ktriad. Itecu.-_-vvlertia 1.11. Iel-,I 4re4i...\21P ii1 '
Ihorouglily t-s.ted f.ir *;,)c\ -. j.. t-.o r hrt ate 8141 I j
at drug o~nor,,s .at ] ,,. r li:' ,4.ti tLat 1% :n s(i lt c ii t Ie trrt, -.i vt ;in i
f; larria bost~tl-, s f dti *-' .:tmiert p ;, ln i .1. i' I
Si'tt A ftfo iNi-41,1.,1 1 tl't it. :a trilhA ... b4 1:K Lle
tieP Livon j a v (I 'tktl v f -.I.. n .: Ir' r*. ee2
W rite' fo-- it Ad U. 1,0( 1) I 11I1 i 2 1:'1 ~
hALM e. ( (1 -3 1 1 f .i NVrI:I.I- t4 -
(* 3vT. Dc-,rio.. er' Ul~l aliel !:kII. i ~ .. 0 L V4 4.1
ic.tl advia.- vivt(-ri 4ib N Iinl 4iIi. ri1, lo-pl.h


THE HONEY MAKERS.


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I h *444Li '. li a .
D,-.. not cI'a aflire',sf -'
,A:;.r wa inj-t~.i tht Al',.1 Il. II


(-!d sare l~h. esi.4.C:eHY whenu
I., have Ishem enIrfed rI atidl~y.
tbh. case ill I lie ipui lg.
When two qweivit h bitoh eo
the --ante tisarienu a liire. tht
proeee-ed teo Cctit each other. I.
doia that #emoth are kill"LdI
f~ometimps nin inferior qlieton
Iaylr'a qeau..-ua
If a queen is n-4 feelilize-1l
,tstif-r he Iats atelbcd. atbe will
I avz~i:i without beng fertilizedx
thenn calitl adraolrlre playing
ticr- eigu will alt toe dotlosjic.
ev! .nor will there be so um

HOUSEHOLD HIP
To prees-. yere,(ld]fue'nitle!-P
c unc msng .ea-n ten l let a hil
-. (in a it sail reoel.itll ill. T.
i rn%-e ulnt aloctitrr fre.
Ta taLr see.e potti alit
q,%tv )titv.-l ithltcat'llee ccti.t.4
-I and r-l4lis4.. Itoea'h -jloi.
-16 Cd.-ti-dt .ch gt 1eb.a~
iit' ia rnle-el '.x i t he r t-If
!alV r %% t c4'j i t tui i t. I f.1!c'I
Crear tit(. air (I! a ro)4nt
.r(-impiarlti4tr ft as iusT 4:
*tr tat Ie..ktr fnto i li
f~: ?- nf unic- cxi. tos t w3L
I -ily an-l atit Oil- sILEC. ii
%ex rfitldi-isiftetant.
To4 whiten the (1lt-'-n
I Athe -1'.iifhittr %itatia mill, ill,
I: n'l. if pe.Ito ~.te 1.
.Q'. 1'ha-. 4F'4 i 4 lat tie
Zat., e Of [44iall fl e`1'I i lA' *t 4'.

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A i. crient-i- *, ':,lif. I rt It if-tl
4- fi the.l~lferY4ical deli *tlit.



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tI~~ le x~t'Ile l s

coutgh indta rd k I (im rew. h p a
take 1Fo!.ev*, Houuy amuidTar 1)
too LITe. W. A. D)AteMt


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itthe t rca reolic ~ r.- c t.. Iat
"his %%-III ia-
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Ivit has L,-un '4'. ..-..i' i' it'i
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KIDNEYS, LIVER


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T HE QUEEN AT KINGSTOWN.
Royal Yarcht .rrliveriThree 114)u"~
Attend of .Imhedule Tinse.
DUBLIJN. April :;-Thte royal vanixt
Vi,-toria arid0L~lxrt, with Q1141-4111victo.-
rikionhoard, aiTiVC- at King'-re1INV at
ri'cl-icktli, athis 141.thirel* i'l d a lIU f
h-n;r-;ahtcwl of thbe -w i~hleu tirtw~ and
%v -- w~ ~itli a rtlii L2I.z
liiai11l rbqjadlrm~i.
hMilli hus iaerifallinjg ;~II ni4 'mi rig.
The rival vaelilt II-%,Off Ki!-':4tnlWu. ILO
w~il l I.ai'tv. hF ** ti.. l t:iI ii ts2 rr o.1
)II V t inrlull lof jik- dS oi., t!'.e' .tr-
1% ill lot he iufr..t'


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-I r:(s r~'thait \V, I; tit tp:-l e,*el qsii Lim
twhI]-, Ilhe ( .t*- elC I N u~thiet zir kIa ill -i
Jrxliiw r


t hv 4caav Of Senaltlor Clark 'f '1.'tuna
yvas begim by t'4tII, 1f- 1F 'th!ieniviii~pri mli-
i.,t% t04l11v loe t irt- th*- '.ilat. 4,n!1.1irtt4-4
mit rivilcg, huh41t4i 1:- Arrt' ar A.

inittteol tit 5intzrni 11; .u. lark r e' t(-.4
trlev *Ice iteud~inig thatt tilt elleuat4 r hcd
lint hiitinself in a nieL4t im-ieviable f*csi-

Tile Ites in filie Wfritta
We bet i've ('11111ty-erld an 'rr ("'I jl
I'.#-miidv i- thlt bezt in it!-e world. A
few wee-k- 9-o we suff, red with at
ssifver cold and a trouble~onim tmighi,
andi havin-g read their adve-rtise-
in-t~its in our own: anrd other paper,
we purehaulld a bo'tlP to see if it
would hiaffect if-;. It eurlo-d iinabeforp
thte bottle wa.; more than ha~lf u..reI.
It is the be,.t im'd icirie out for cold,
d re' ouz-.~.- The Herald. Anclereoti-
Ville, 111(. IFor Sale by Hannlahl
Brw,... 21 h. Palatfox street.
Do vou bruljeve .41l you read in tit#
pa per-~ '? xaguerietiong in advertis-
ing~ maiy attract pa--ing attention;
but we aire tiot ieeekitlic p.is~ifng at-
tent iri. We're loik irur for perina-
nent cu't(Ilprs. wVhite'~.i
I will repnar your watches anid
jewelry in fir-t-cdass @tyle. J. 1.
Stephens.

Furniture on Credit
Mo~t beautiful line of side ho~ar&-
Pve~r shown in the city. WVardrobes,
with gla-zi door (if every doescrip-
ti~mi, from the cheape~at to tho ii-t
Itoh-top secretary ca-'-i tlevmitnly
finished. a fine line of chiiriacl (I-i.'-.
alid everrthiiiZ ~cmiltnitied itI a fir.-t
ela-!4 furnliture 'ztoi e "t t.4'.M. Pr% fiii-
Bargain Furniture HIIII e.

At C. V Thimiwv~ons.c
Crm'ti s L51adi pC 'Note l'ajer. andW
~;i vie~sto match.
(Cambridge Lineit anrd Etivelope-.
ii ifrd'- Ila renIten t.
Itivitaticen Pap'-r and~ tieep-
Li'i.-ll Tablet-.
l-rfl~te-41 V'-hrIIi Iml E I>''Il'' V .
I~~2IhN""' -aziri '()'"e: l-n
I' q' r: T)em i -#m%;- (rft.. F Etc... 'vtl
Nit;. :'41 -ZtIl:1 P:1't of stlet"oie.




WmING:HOP&nGO,


Laundry Office


PENSACOLA, FLA


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Alphabet!


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wa OrI ANCIENT wtho U-ed
to burt llwood.
i.; for BILLS tliat lie paid
whell he c (.(til.
wH', ths-( C.A L ~tath~i- ieafter-
wm-rd- Irouglt.
i,4 the DIRT and Ii UST ti:tat it
brceughlt.
i-" tile EVIL tl.o-4" t!:ing-;
brought ttc p-v--.
wa-a h.; itFOLLY i~ rtri-.irg
gas'.
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k- thle fuel..
i-a thas LA I NI'fl. tl--I ever
b.,tlii(of '#-ill c.-)I.
i-; tho .MONEY. .ivc-d by i

i., fair NOW, Itel:i- 'cH.t t iniiefor
a chianue'.
i-i the OFFl-ERt tme f'enpa.vr

i-; ttl PRlOFITrd. d,:'t ma~ke- a
mrisrtake.
i-1 far QI V-MTON ; no4 qw- s
tiauixat al: '
i., thle RANG I-:YOUa-:.l
buy before Fall.
i4 tho- MAVf NO ioa n~iake. If
you do.
k~ the TIME arnd TIt)i'IlLE
!-a1vec tatoo.
kit- d"UNION eof (''uufer't
nerd thrift.
j-4 VEXATHtIN, rl'xe' u titit
-t dr t t.t
i'1-1 Wh ce i
lp1u-ii l,ye-.cc1,44:1 r- to hizv a

i- fen'14, IOV.I)plea-c.ib-s-! vp i-

With l~-


ELECTIONS IJ THE WEST.
Reviests of Conteot For 'MIunielpaI Omf-
errs Practlt'iil3 Without 4han^ge.
ST. IAIml. April -I.-Municipal.cio
tions were hlvd thr 'u ingh wt the %tatte Y4's
terday excup. iin S. 1. -,zi- PRry-t litit-.
wter.4 tdrawnu itiit a nuiuit' rf !ti,- t,-wi
and cltits. .thr ine.ult's 4n.-r., -liw-eyg tha~t
ech pi lart 'vv cnt -i 'lt -ver il'1. in ",nmt-iic
varrivil In(ti,-i dIirer -oLI -1. ii
vailcdland in II.!ill ith ;-- i-.al
Tie-kil elfea.cl .itthi Richi ~~
tiltkIt.'' Sldio liivv ill.'w r -balecii. cet ( 'II

Blurrd.
IDessimerat. W1in ii 'II1%tiiaukee.
Murn-twm. iii e ririii'l *4trt le i
(city. givi May,. -1)iini~idS It i*- 1 1) '-Tu.)
jpliiiilitV a4V'-in I. .1. I l~irt'-.lrtn-4r-R p.c
*i ?.3 "*:;Lt Tw. V-a'- a~' R. -...'R, diurallirv
wa11 4.467. T111 i'e'.v 1).antl if it]It-rinn'u


U ETIII/jReetulates te
NUNStrenvgtheas the
AWLIET IIII Makes Teethanig
FAThn Pwer) TEFTHI'IA Reirehwv-h.-
PIG I (TeehingPowdrs)ATroublki of Ch ld-c,
-e./ Co)sts only 25cents at Druggists. ANY ACE.
.~.,4Inil~5-emtatoC.J. MOFFETT, M. D., -ST. LOUIS. M


MI.PJJSE2T
v-VK4)PMEIT.R Oi'-0

CRONIeS SPL-OON
,,*-I)YALIKK IN-O

Impoi-te.d ani Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cipfrs.
JUG TRADE A SPrFJWAT.TY.
C.n~mr Hlyevt*nflJavillipe'd Stu P ~ A~ A r


Tel'ph-volin ". ,34 '


Cold Weather
Coming.
ortli'r-eetnnl I.-t ua f.' I' ;i r ,i i
611 olrtnarparra%..ec w- v cea
ht'St Ceftl VOU -,OftIprnrktre fTn- it .. 4,
or bruting jmrpoxw ett.- at rasnimtr.-.p-

JiOMfPSOP,. 01sep 0Li


Coal and Wood.

anl Wt.rowt St r..-.


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Witka which wit )hay. ILPr'tvatO ApssrIt~moe t for' 'v U.N
of Pq^ng'ra


McMillan Bros. Co.


SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers

s nfectMnI of am Heai MMartrs fcr te

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


cI MOI OEutfa, ALA. b K h i t.
MOBILE, ALA.


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A3 RNGES $13. Coarl d Fret. THE ORIGIN ---,L


IPensacola 6a Co.,


NO. 3 S.


PALAFOX ST.


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BEER.


EidTor.-ed lv -'I1 I':,>-ici n- a- tP-
teratien.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Try It, On Tap at Hll 8a1i .


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JTUG & FAMILY TRADR SOLImTEO~z
J-.4-' e Y-to Any Part of tho i ;t%


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AN BOWELS1 i

CLEANSES H YTMrt aelensep
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HABITUAL CONS5TI *eth ''hcc' !'t IM:
PERMANENTLY hose, atWlit.
ITS~t~t 10 GEl'. WN

ITSIA W FrrCr, ea A
SV7 THE GEIIM- Amrro ey Wanted to bgy all kinds of SUMon
CALI ryFgN, JAitmSYJ~RC@ IdFnle Nrh~s.
,Apl r~k aOZ 0tvZ,0,s 1drosq Bar Wd.
V.a 6w CAL. 6c. M


lte %orki .)-Triunl1p oii'aster BrEi$- -

Crowqed 6y coryrpoiissewns
e;eywhere as uqwCrtdilioiaI
ly tA~c c~hoicest beer e'vd

U ~ ~ pREARO~SA

Tp:C~.;'5TA; ;c'~'.VBREWI'NG Co. 4





LE~ 11'I B I t & 4' P.. l~a'iolo alt' Jeaie'rs. I idI I1

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.
19 W9' -V Ir7' 1L a a a-W- dr W-m w7


hit-.s WVEAK 1ME"N'FREE.


I~ -n s.flIAddrt''a- FovL---Youi Can


MISS HUNTLEY IN CHARGE.
She .A1'.un.es l-ditorlal Control of the
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REAL ESTATE.
?ettiand Insurance

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ii,.'- I ..utIi:- io nm it k t i I: ,f tII-n.v -iy
t t I i I -d it .i i n c: I iaeI-itiIIN. 2 cL -, .itIa !) -,,l
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- r% I fl an iIav.1: al .. It.


EAGLES ANlD THEIR PREY.
A (s.iuuant rd whose flace. aoniip-


u in::g~liii:. .11 lai~l.f' lita. 1'it a

'Ihiv 't~'aLta I:iirie luin:rtai 1i:iat of
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4d f li Ii di 0A. !'fa I--. Iliiiw t 1'sliat 'of

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.. wa lri fa v.- a3a'4alan

r-. I.- a~1?t'I a'-11oll hi'sunituer Ciir-

Akid lf.'(l cjFor the sisage.
a... a a '':L -at a4 a foa
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i -i :li \, .S. C. April 8 If. 11.
U:-ioi- ani. ii-a-tq r ntud judgc (1 pfrtld:to

i I.t.II-',.!r. r-: t 4E ;itY, hl ~ as di-'appraa -dl~
I rf 1111 'IF .a 0 i t # 1,,. -11 Tho'' g4)vqt'rli
111'- irr-:ruactir1 t h.. ]e'r of the co urt tait
a ~ hnurp,(t' oftbee mid-- 4111r'-virds 4 I
jud-idgeEelpre shate anild make fillieiiitf-ii
itivestigiktioij and notify hini ats. 1A(Ku ti,-
11W)10 ulctlt. stwus caf ,iTatir', al.iti to i-
vestigate the 1cck and nccaunts of the
nkm.-tt'r~s fticit, aud relkort rt-sulr.s. The
,whs-rea1-miuts aif Mr. IBrunoi *nis ia nivs.
tv rv. He has. ilwav.- had a ver'iy li"Iid
gta.ii'ht,19Iin cc aunv aMid ~aswe.
I'aisedlIIFiled Ill Wes('tt VrgIufia.

Parajo. -va.iatifly 1!,j t aaml hiiilrs'ht.-r,
Li,. \ i-4 i-. ausl~at Wa i~mii' ld har (jt-11
t#-r\ 1,-ill i yno r (-,,a aU t v s-iilav ii ngb-It
!IV' Ar;1!uiir amiiat ll ash C.' vrii-. fr'i.
Tf(' ,2i't It!: hal aitod grudge-. Th-
tiea 'rtu.. haI t il V'ii*.I lit it i., 14 iiieltia
a I p: .s 14 t tt\%u r t i i ll- firini,. lit t liai..
Xh'a.11 v'ii 'wan-t "'11-tiltit li*-'I
;I loin 1). qa*a:' i wr a ('1i. whv IsOt
e r '.f a~'V vk ich ja- .gtua.lrinte- d
t, e tnat 01)i~~ altm.ll-lt it, titK
Ta. uP. Lke' no -b-t itutt-. XW. A.


suit- for the little fellow., with
I)outl>| Hratel Fancy t Vest-, the
eiitE-t thing-s that ever happened. at
White .
I.E1(I,'IATlI F CANDIDATES
Amd lI)eleg;a*c te t he Ceonirny tonven
i,,.u at I',wel on. April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the lo-gi-lature' and t..e li-t of dele-
tgatfes to thle co(ity (demOecr.ati c con-
V'eiti.In lit P'owleltou, Airii 14. eni-
(ldor-dfil by the Workintginel.t's Demo-
cratic club:
For tfhle Legiolature.
C. Mo'reno Jotie-.
H. C. Clonton.
I)'legates. to County Convent ion.
Precinct 12--H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Polu, R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmi-
chael,. Thos. G. Rivcr-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur John-on, J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
iiig Hargi-. Jas. L. Sweeney.
Pr,-cinct 14-us Eitzen. J. E.
H:aar-, A. E. Z-liui-, H. (. I)eSilva,
.Ja-. O 'Brien.
Precinct 15-T'io-. Johni-in. John
.. .,tine- F. Commynvns, V. A.
D)ill.h:;lln. HI. A. W ater-. 14ini-tf


(*:i!I tsar 'State ('rnven'ltEtio.
I :i' ie:I. 4,t?. too III( -rata.' Eainva-itwi 'Ito
I Ii. a hlaaraa %a Illp F I etotI- .T 11 a-a '.1 IaarI
-I I .-(I k v ..11, th I.-, t -:t Itoo .ii1, fill. L '1
y to w I i tal nI.a-'-,-
v aaIaaa-a ,..:40-1-. L-at.- t .-r'-.111it 'II Ji'tat
!-a .. ilillsslal iI-niaca.ni-, ic. cwa.,,t'iitis-. la
11'.1Id lat Iaj C~. a a. a.1111lY ;. i40t.It
raa'iilaha a. : i !;a,oo-F' l'''r tir ,-.o't'--- -. Ea
111 .i 'li'-ii'a n. !' uli; .-r 11a 'alC1a1111.

*~ ~ ~ aitwv tooa. LI slI ~ iIw v4.Etia-rtaafil li
1 -.." r .' i itcr *~I*a- A it c alio slid l
I- -lot as I '. a';. I



7111i t 1 14- hi t aIl~ta-I at t'ado i I .
i' ha..I l I aiatS Isa bilt in ear ltla'!'. .I,~
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A1 YLAVERY,

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OUR


NAME'S


PANTS !o


Mas,niic Temple,


Ti! 9!Ila KmiNTU Cl&ilL E BOU ,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK REN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEAR OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
T'FCKY'S PERFECTION OF P RITY. AND
LOl'S O(FI OTHER RANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO M E"NTIO(N.
5ii ,,T LJ ,r,,-t atni 1;.-: S>l.ect<-,l St.,c;, n,: i; ,::;, W.\V i-i'.: an.
W in.- Julr Fmilh. y I".
T',E JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
1,7-Alo A-n. t f" r tef i lt m''inos Piaht .Milwaukve lBIer. Free Deliv-
Sry to every Part of the City.


S.lid about r., pair< af
l- l e0l Ilz,.1t. 4t ort legged.
silin'. fat, I.ussy. bow
l,-.g 1d, -traight letrged
all sort- of legged gar-
Sin itq, a. they gut out of
the boxe-v anI( up onto,
our clothing tables.
54'm pairs of pants in one
day is ita good many. but
SWhat about then? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cas-imitere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c.assinere pants.
Some are three dollars a
; pair. g,,, c' -- ini ere
pallnt. S,>nii are two.
threv :iint fair dollars a
pair. L'1od war,-ted pants


P. Box 41s, PENSAC ,OLA, FA. Telephone 17.



SOMETHING NEW W D


e*EVERY DAYg<
o----A- T--o


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
Teleplaponeo 800.

DIA Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
their Immense Stock.


TIME TARTE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RATT-ROAD.
IN EFFECT .IANI'AIY '. 1.X)0.
No. r. No. 2. i No. 1. No. 8.
12:15 Ifnon 11:-'Ip n Leave 'pn'earola .....Arrive 4:15.p m n 5:(1sa m
PI5 p n i:';. u11ight Arrive lorilton Arriv- 2':4.) p in 2 :fi am
4:12 p in 3:t15 a in Arrive .... Ibile ..Arrive 1'2::n noun 1-?:21 night
j)::4i pm 7:i'on na i Ariive New (iit-ans Arriave 7:.'5amn 7:.s5pm
';:iA) pi I C:! i a III Arrive. M. iitong ii-ryv Arrive 11:: i iam 9:1) p mi
7:.'1) pIt in 7:lII p in .\Prive Nut- lix il' X Ari iv. 2 :21:1I l 9:IW4 a In
l:2i ...noon .I;. a in Ar rilxVe I,.u-\ Ill. A riv;\x 9:I2 pin ta in
4:L'k lt 1' 1 1 7:6."a ln ArrI' tl rel, im a I 1 *r I V" 5:13. p ni 1' I)p in
BETwzx;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONV;LLE.


11 ~ ~iIt 7.:1m, a III A 1.'P c2Ip in
4. i iit mI P : it II I 1 'e iliii 1 k 11 p In ,::5-. p iii
c:-'w II I II : aI.~IIii Ilit nihlc-'1). allr 12:57- p n oII
12:A:14 )4oEiE l Kivt 1, .1 ii ut' IIil :)Pi 1 201 aHIn
7:2 i jack -,1 .iv1 a. .~LIII


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lN \(P 1) AI) U. S-. All;E R sM\11 'WN l'F'iI rI-


A! TIFF--


ALLIGATOR


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UALOON,


buy pants for adver-


tising purposes-to sound

cheap. W e buyf good pants,

pants that are made of

lood goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch

,pockets, (to watch your

money pockets nights in

case your wife wants tdsee

if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


WE 81i All *




WiO PANTS,

Solid :i; a rock, plain ,r fancy pat-
tot-i fo-r S2..'O) tlh.t: will k.* e an alhble
boi ) d # malII) bI-y, rni;t,t- Iani da;y- t,
w a:ir the-i .4, 1 1 i, I,.ll" i a ,- ir ,,1'-v i l --i1ii. 'i. .
,p:i t--. l i. t ] :i :. -rr .- d
kr'c--.


)ppW. NORMAN, Proprietor. l '


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor. W THY SY!


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i*'*, X% i I. '.t -I I 4'I I i dl- 1 :. I -.I a.
e fi2iis ,17 ,ui:i h t tiapitarty ior-

1..;t t yI !J, a'l *~i~s V aif t-bili ati.-
% -1111011.Aa l 1 l i tsre Iit.('o sI t
cc a-a- I t trtt o, A. Law001I'..
trilt~i laiic' t-- 'e f aim.. a wr,tfl-n I.
n: -d .p e Ia tpmc--dii i-of e '.zI0I)i I (
II! an to t u.ci-may f-tn cont-ntinltt'.,
-t,1,1 Hoi. %A. 1AW.% f i.
rrnn t. 4ia.. n: hairma-n.o
zu 'cra-,p ti !;tar po ed vio t





HMI[IKEBROS & CO,9


WKODLSALE ECE

Pallwfox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


SOLE AGENTS fOR


IF 1KNN i, AD R YE- W IS X 1'.
1'.URMOlIIIl SI '-iOURMASHf.
YELL .IWST-ONW. J'YE ~WH~JISKY
DAIRY MA ID)WH-fISKY.
ATLA NTA BRtjWIN0 C(OMPANNY S
CELEBRATED BERK %a'- a~Bai


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTI
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES

i Rooms for Rent by the Day, (leek oF ontot
311, 12 North Tarrajoat Strut, Oppsits UOiow
O-Teiephone 68.---0
--+GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man
FRESH VEGETILES REICEIVFIl lILT, I OLEUI[ All I
o F,.,., .. Pn o.n e Boardingn
ithp I)o'I~,OA*dl.in Petnsacola. Floid/a-


We- ~ II all pur.- wor-telt
1:1antt fat *$1., that are -imply great.
P'.trniz, i our Pantry, it i'yI.


THE


ICE

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C.

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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1900.


oUllC coaiT.
Oly Paour CJw and $1 in FiPa' This

There were only four cases before
the mayor this morning, and not-
withstanding the fict that the mar-
shal and deputy marshal both wore
bouquets. he could only raise $I.
Three prominent citizens. etihrged
with failing to reinove obstrtietins.
from their eidpwalks. were given 1io
dayv t in 0ka repair.
Henry Jordan. disorderly cmdu::-.
was fined $5.
PIIOPOSAAI.
To Furui.h Fresh Water at the Santa
KRma S>und Quaraniine tNation.
Propofa!" are invited to sink or


bore wells at the Santa lRosa
.Quarautiipe station. Santa
sound, for the purpose of fur
a bountiful supply -,f pure d


water.


Wx. K. H1'


Agent S~tate Board of He~ali
C'ambi~ba cItlttV.
Pevspr*- !jhiouq Io ct~n: CO
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.ir I It. una Liplon
\,;f, "tij i-. a typical lrls-- ri.in tid
:It gk iiu u j-' ,port-l:i-4N. ln It ft ie ; '-o
i c**Ilehratr-d 1llaniufnltitrer of (hfiic,
g&A-tr<>onl iE,<' tl dait.tl,'-. :nud ; ii.. t-
eOtin'li-.l-elr ano a ;iprtt-i f t4ine tea.,
that !.,v. i f-C1 ll I I t fl Usta- ro l 1tiJ -
-.ut the civiliz-d world. Jant',,y, I!
well-kinown ,.rov'er. ha, jn-t r."c-4it i
at large cnt-i.rimii-hit ,f S1ir Ti, it .t-'
ce-lebrate-l t-a-. a:nd cordially in-
vited- the lvi,v-r- o4f . idite place and Is-pt-ct -od *'P-t it ,*tij.
He hims also ju-t rt-ceive-d full !,,i-
of Bremner'.- c-lebrated C'akes, 4 ;e-
tam Cracker.o Cr'eci,-- Hi-cuit. (it
meal 'rrck-r.. *.tc.: DI.,s ,-i.4, u
Manufadturini ('o, fam.i u-J-l.l-.
Jam.-, Pickle-. e : ;Na ionril li--
Cuit Co'; Che-s-' ~triw,, racked e r
MeaJ. etc : Knne-dy Bi-ciitUt ni ci
Wafer-.: Wurzen Biscuit Mnn4tm*t"
tory's Vanilla Wtafers. ti-rin;n);
Amger'e (,Grman Golden Seeil nEg
Nudeln; Arcadia Packing Cs'.
Evaporated Apples. Peaches s and oth-
er fruits. A small lot of those fir eO -
iv.. iDn 10-tent bottle, i till in stock.
The "Ltltl- (Giant" Coffee Roast. r
io still on deck. running day aI d
uight at the rae*- of a mile a minute-.
to fill conet-ntly increasing orde-r-
for flne Coffeeo. Those who nmv ,-
not recetatlv visited Jacoby's titsuld
not fail to go and inspect hi-s etoir
mnoui s!ocK of everything in th&
"hape of eatable-s ai t )od produ.'t-
di'plryed in profu-ion in every de-
partmeut of the establishment.'

Oet a n w Hlat from our splendid
*..''k of new -t, l--: p: ices low at
Whjte'-.
Plihil acid Neti.- Peters
t)f the Phil and Nettie Peters C'nm-
**dy Co.. which op-ti- ti-r"e Monday
for a week'-. uenagt-in-Lit. a J'ick-on-
vilie paper aay-:
The Pet-r- (',ni,-d y ('inrpitiay c'i.-
titued their -ncr't-< l;e-:; iihiht by
|layiting to ari',thler crowded 1:ou-'.
They pre-.ented a funny comedy. en-;
Titfed Th'e Kiug of l.iarn. The mnatiy
funny niiiation-. ;I iutroLduced liv
l'til arna Nettie-. 1'-t-r-. we-rehil::l
*-ij) 'y-d and th' ald- i-li cs- w -t; ;
ill t o tnti i l n11 r<'ar *, f I tI j ,,t*-r.
T'h nine th-rou- .-l,-c'a;i W r
well rece-ivo-d.
S ieatt onl -li; 1 Fi iF.ivy mtn'..ing ., ,i
lail*e- W lt 10- admiltt'd Itree it ac-
,';1.1 Uelia,- liv in j-l- tll ii'14tI1. ,it
A'id :'. i ce'nt t ek*-t. if r i--t i L' -
*:e- (ip; It. Mauad iv.
*-'J 1 lilar- lt" ward.
S:-, pr..rie= guilty of breakin-:
ilto SC'hld. buildings Nos. I. 40 at d
T4 and mutilatintg t-am, are her,1 t'
notified that thde reward of$5ojloffere d
for the arrest and conviction of any
Oise for breaking into a school builo-
ing or school building out-hiu-e,.
-itill holds good.
N. B. C arJw VSuperintea-iUe- t.

Have Ytur Painting
and Paper Hanging done by op-to-
date people, in an up-to-date style.
by patronizing J. E. Ross & Co.. N-.
II N. Palafox. Phone 382. 24f-tf
HARPER Whiskey is liquid mu-
sic, bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, r(-
fresbing and delicious.
SOLD BY
DA\'tNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


A beautiful assortment of W5 and
7. ceuts spring -hirts at Whitv -.
a n
The nicest and most x'yl-
i/wh line of rugs and mat-
tif4x ever exhibited in Pen-
sacola. at .Marston 4"
Finch's bigfurniture house.
Hanan Shoe-s, the latest Sprinz
-tyj-S,. at W hite's.




Ctocoolate Cream Mint Waferc.
It your dealer has not got then. tell
liiti "o get them.
J u t received. 25 more doz,'. *-f
ti.,.** noibby pearl Alpii'e hat- at
fftrf c~-ents each. at WIthit-.

We are Sole Acenti For
Wavrer & Allmsn's. Chase. M. N
Klielent and Cleveland Wall Pl'F-r
Co'. l-'ine Wall P-ipers Full liN,
,if -tVmpl. J. E. Ro-; & Co. No. I I
N. Palafox. Phone :;'. 24f-if

Iron bedsteads arc cool.
comfortable and durable-
just what youth need for
summer use. Call at MAars-
ton 4 Finch's and select
one.


TI I think I would go crasy with
pain were it not for Chamberlain's
SPain Balm," write" Mr. W. H. Sta-
pflton, Herminle, Pa. "I have been
ARRivan AT QUARAINTIN. ficted with rbevmatism forseveral
Nor s Agnes, -~6, Halversen, Banes, Cuba years and have tried remedies with-
and Puerto PiAta to order out number, but Pain Balm is the
-- best medicine I have got hold of."
CLKARED. One application relieves the pain.
Nor bk Prospect. *6a, Lawson. by Wm B For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
Keyser & Co for too'o with 18.1.* s ft lum- afox street.
b-r. 2..-t6 cft hewn timber, 453.136 ft sawn ee
timber, va ued at .<473
.ALD. COr .Js,, CO 'riasi.
Swetd ship Dbarwar. Lundall, 8t Peters-
Nor bk I rigga. Weise. Buenos Ayre R a g a Specialty.


AT QUARANriWKs.
b'.- Pa( I& Madre.at. SChiaffin ). AM-
st ralnin. tup order
etr -a Torino. 1.173. Penwill, H~avana, to
G jf rrrazitalCo

THE 8SIHPPL(G.


I Sound VZONIIuM figwon
a Ro~"aBr Arlaington. lw44, Knowles-. to Gulf Tran-
r -ihini.hjg SMt 1'"
Br Capenor. 1,:. Wilbur. to W 8 Kev!twr A
lrinkinir co
-Br Everringh~m n. Ong-, Newlor.'. to W 8I
VF R, Kv.3 -r & Co
hr Feronaa,1. 'It. Be* nb ridge. to w 4Ihe,%
[th. Es- e..'rA :''* tui.t eas huwd
-N.r utta. Bu.v ias uwd
~lx~e~ & H eI RIKIdhIll, k Irt man, to (Oul T ran-
l'ar~. .,tSa tit-rat~n. F,11, 1 ulilnz,.to (6ulf Tiausil
co


Ru- Columbus. 17-"2. Ilurchman. cld for
B tri uow
Nor Patriarch, .3., Malversen, to H H


Have. you tried Swans'
Down flour. It is the whitest
and sweetest on the A meri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 24 pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Delatour's Ginger
Ale; best Mineral Watersi
on the market, equal to im-
ported foods, and only\
$1.10 per dozen. -
Try our Freshly Rasted
Coffes.
JAS. M'HUGH,
I17tolesale and Retail Gro-


-.aKs. cer. Phone 10w5.
It An,;*i'l Acnca .-. '."2. Baretto, 'W I t -
t''r k,.-msinist,. s'ch4nieader. c:l for lis- Everything in spring underwear at
lion WlIitC's.
Nor RBros.a. ,. .tvs.nin, 10to H oI r Bnv-r
It t'onCo ts:i. ':21. l'utrenole, cli for Narl s r
Nor e.oeit'nrdfii. '*'. eusiv.-,-.n. to oire" If VOn want to 'ePe-whether you
It liu. w 'i. ii,* La;aiirttit, to t.rdtr bivy or filt-.- 4nlip of the haTld-iino st
Port m-lin iii y Elra7. 777. Gonnehe",, to H- g-1u Wal t
lretr-, l .un" I( % & t uid tl'htplt Hin-.s nut
Niir l.ii--ii. '. .". Aind r-in. to order Bed-rootm Sti .t ve-r exhiblted here,
\Nor t. it. C--; .ir-n, eld 1f4r Ruiario lro to 0 V.. Pryor's Blargain Furni-
Nor India. ri72. J.,n-' ,. Lto Oulf Na.al i
Stores Co ture Hwl1.
I t ll u a i ia 1 '", 4 > t 'a r a -" ,a t o 'A L iK s y -f. 'r A& . . .
V r Wo will ltindpr '.onr spr;ead- for
.%or ,nues,. ,a,.5 Lorentstn. to ',t-usacola 1eetnl each and mak thent look
Ru. Louis. -'7.;. Jau,-on, t,,w Keys-r & like new Star Laundry.
Nor Me-rzapore. :lT'5. Johnsioa. to Baar,. .efri
,lunwody Cuo vo refriferator on the
Nor 'ort. I"jik, Mikkle sPH. ti Pensacola -
Lt,. r Co. market can equal those sold
Hu, itnso. 7,. .lobansnen, to reaisacola ..aso
i.uiaitr.,to by Marston Finch. Calltt
:I,,r I rfct. et. I ar-.n.tld for (iovde
IL baleinva.ra. r1lA. ,',. to l,-acod sros and see what beauties they
Nor al.nld.s49. Haian to kattersou., lown-
ianu & o are.
.Nor Kolatifdlo. 8U. Pot-r ten. to order
I' Ti'nto.l 1O.*,rd'all c.d for MNrseilles GOING DOWN HILL.
Amn V~tdlau i. 7".j. Ecar, to X E Saun-
de-rs to People suffering from kidney diF-
it vne:an ..errri. cid for e.sbon eases feel a gradual but steady loss
Oer Elly, 473. Ma1si. to order of vitality. They should lose no
S.COWANR as. time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
Am Flrenoc readich. rn,7. Lank, to Jno It is guaranteed. W. A. D'Alem-
A U.'rratt
.un Kia El A Bavlea. 2V, Henson. to mas:er berte.
Aui 14jltair. .1A. Axelson, to aaster
Itr Julia iaii)t.tli. -. .wet.titn., to ma.- Your Credit is Good
Br Mabel Darling. 11!. T'obertn, to miist r P :. ia i.. ,_


IV'. CLEA UK 1) AN D) ?AIACLV FOR KrgN-

$41rz% ai. Noir, s'dt%1oanr-!iost.r Mareh 7
I' --i 1, .4 I I u-r- tn id. Br. V4It u II Martch I-
I I 'mtide-r-fl-'1. 1his. ';-,at tBeirrv. Janc :0
It i. Nt-r. F'-. 40,-Z--sieb i 7's-a.
'i,-&vzf'amad. Nor. 1'.ni, l a, k-isls-eii, (jramiiby
%latch It
Nordiol 1r'.. 41-4 Grt-.rfk March 24
loin. Nor. %lt'a. iii n-,n. sir..Manrch a1-i
Op.Iua "iio,sm a. IDI.Y411, ra a-on,rit 31icalied-
.1 an -',
Tlo"% Wsa roan. hr, !411. WAatt. mrais-d 1Ito-
U Iv.r-t,,n. hr. ia'~.R.i 9,rt -wi. (i, rin. .1 sR n'
%%i dor'ft. Hr. 1,o %.us--..p Awetorp %IM1Lh-'
Zaniihtimr. 13r. .Ij ruwam -s-sF'!)h'


a I px.
A I-.n >-t. 4<,.r. 41 P'4i.tlllr .Ia. n ar '
l'ai ti N-si ."or. ,, si J ir:iv,nockl F'b I0)
An ':. '! Mkhrh"i -. It. id Mar-'ill Jan -2'
A c' t,'i.-, Nor. 1"-.7. slId Arintw rn l$'c 14
A.di. Mwed. 1.l. at tTahple Itv ',Ft. 1-2
Ifr--do. it ,7.' d i,.'ii Ft ih'h 17
i;, i 'rlid. N,,r, :,41, -:i(l ..-,,r \1iircthi i
k ;,, try, il; >. K li ,V ,; ,)* .5:.&. Ff'i -'
i l.it. ?%w l. l fHuil Jani 1
i'.ri:ar lamnbark,-elv., Nor.w'i, at An:w,-rp
,c 14
Y:f rt o. It !I T;;:l! I- '"- -'
r .i/ tou-tav l ui. ,ii. Linctr'l Mmtreh 7
ilui' a. It. :7'75. -11 \'ets inci; Marrh 1.1
l"ibu. It. :L.;, -' 1 \nptis .*i-pt '12. hort
No'v 2, ivar Port RtHo l
<(;Ilr. Nor. *ld Prt.eton li,c 11
Li?,'"anio t a'a&bor. ;t. li'l. Id (Gcnoa
Marcbh .
K.nit-gern. N,,". 7:V. -*Id .lu'k.tadt Mareb 7
John Irgn.-.. Nor. sill Chriti ansmind Nov Io
.lohiilln Nor. sId TuonspurgD I)>c I
Maria Margarethia, Swed. sd Cape Town
M arch 22
MIbfe B. It.s d (ionoa Mlarcia 24
Marcellis. It. hid Hamiu'urg. Nov i
Melusine,. RKue. W. ld tiaronen*s Fel. '
Monte A. It.7W. Nid Mar-.elle'- March 3
Olga. Kug. oild La Pallcic ser t ?'c-
Pioneer. Ger. lli. at London M rchb 11
Profersor Johnsen, .Nor, 14 t, sld Brtstol
Iltachlle P. It. I2, s id Marseilas Felb -7
Ke-tw. l)an. 444, at $bhia .lan >.
Hsilla H. It. **;1. at I.A Plata, Nov 1I
Valuts. Nor, sad Leith Meh 10
Virginita. It, sld bladeirs. Veb 2:
MILLINERY NEWS.
Mrs. L Cohen iM Offering as Special
I eadets tir This Week.
4-Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage.
only 20 cents.
3-A-pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
only W2 cents.
InMy I'a tern liHat D-pariment
Y I will find .'vinp extra rood va'-
ui-. We are iir:ki ni roin in thio
depart'ne,t for tie arrival of our
miew Ea-ter n.ovel'lio-.


In My Ti inm-el iat le Parti aent
You can hbntL ; i, ire' trnim-nmd (hic
1i it for $1.C7. $ 1 nad sI 75. in Leg-
ni, ru1, Mix,-d uJraJ-. e-tc.
G I to Mr Ii '1, liei'"


For[" ilanyth ing in our IoiIse. %v % u)nave
a large assortment of Couches. Bed
Lounges. Toilet Bets and Bedroom
, Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $1 up.
0. M. PRYO(R'S
Bargain Furniture House.




Brittles surpass all other makes-
peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
nut.


CASTORIA
Far Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tane
Signature of

Ourmi-'ion iis to cloth Men and
H.)ys, from head to foot-White's.

Room Mouldings
in all shades, plain anI fancy. at J.
E. Ross & Co's., No. 11 N. Palafox
Phone 382. 24f-tf


, Frie4an & C TICES


-o9Racket Store.- e-



A Pronounced Success-eew


....Is the Verdict of the People!


The Great Selection in Our Mam-

moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



19 Our (illifiry Dbpartm rt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec-


tions we are Showing them in


Ladies', Misses' and Children's


0UR SHOE DEPARTMENT


Bristles with New and Modern

Styles in Ladies' Misses' and

Children's Footwear. See

Prices in Show Window.


GENTS' FURNISHING


zmd


CLOTHING DEPARTMENT!


We just received a Nice Line of Men's
and Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-
ingly low prices.


The Finest Selection of Carpets,

Mattings and Window Shades.

YOl'RS ANXI[O'i TO PLEASE.

+.COrTTN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*-
MAIL, ORIE: FILl,1. ) AT i 4N(:. .


WB. WIRIGHT COMfPANY,


V ANUFA ( 'I It Il'V1A N I I-tIEAEI-IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLE2--Kin-Drie Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


F. E. BRAWNER'S*


SOF -I E J OLJSE




:WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OURM*


Spring Line of p-to-Date Dress Goods,

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


A veritable feast ot iftt:oo-i t i~m 27'-inch Z phyrG(ingham-;. our
Or mett'lanad btly-. 'il\W'~il--. price .................'...'..'. 12'o


Kepert d Daily fipr The News by
h~awu'. AM31MeI fem&A(O).
Rooa W.


WO ..


......... .... .' .+
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... ...... .... 5-

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irt annT Txvs6.%'-a i i 4-r


S -~ti -es at j- t i- l I a


Mlfarston &
hieaidq~uar terse~


;6-inclh SprinI Perca:le.s, our
price ......................... I e
:33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price ...................*.. c
27-inch Check Nainsook. our
p rice .......................... -.'
:W.-inch WIhit and Color(d
Pique, our .r;iei' .............. lye


1so inch Whit- Corded Pique, our
-a price ............... .... ...
;10-inch Solid and Whit.- Duck.
i.l $ our price............. .... .. .
1 Yard-Wide Sea Island ('tton
lia t ..................... .......*


Finch are,
for ham-


nocks. either ilne or cheap.
Call and, ( e their stock-


r NEITH KR the captain.onwar-
nor isi en" -> of te -ritn n-li
s-i Saraoii will be respon-
sb le for debts contracted by
the crew of said vessel.


LiulfTran-at C.,)..


'Im LTN..
Captain.
laM.


Calicoes


- A NM--


Domrcstics


AT THE OLD


PRICE.


No Advance:


I Yard-'Wide litci'i'il#-l''- c-
t-.1, tuade bhv 1.- mcd-i .-(',,
ei af'j f''- it l -r;. ....' ...I-' a...........4
Pifw4 -.ftmter JI-' Civt a.........J1c
Ili rt4tH-................. Ii,
th at rb~ r a r t- d '.r... -'- r-t
J iW--t r ,Iv. ; t
l',x.-s..'lsret] in. r s~ -ric,- a ro- EU*
1.4 ind $ 1;5.
LI: 6 i--t 1 r; ds-a -* I at --'a i
Ti) :trriv#- duc i y iw w i a ~' k -,I! thue'
--;t.tr-w t a T~i(I Si a! r- tI-, o
r,-11 Ne-w ST riti: M-dit r ;it 1N
F) ta ill ''.1er yv r.i -


4 : 105 S. Palafox Street,'


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


F L


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IO1 UTSMS


~TKAYED 'fronm myI
ago, a gray lilustajj ill-n
halt er.r; reard for ret urn t.


40W.ENY Ti'l.'~ i
.Vprope.rty- Apply vt.%, I

L FE4 VAN A J'W ALAT~
TAIUFI1) BY ir% R r I F i-4


I F 1"ell WANT T' f-'lo
e 11re ith~o rae'tof i:t I b,;.
fTmT.. i-nt tirov- rty 4'? n,%~'
r-n.;eolcrijor Yioir Ci
eftlli -. or add'trs- Ii-
R-11idi ai1In-iijranc.
I)m hiji.. alot ft .,wI Uq W..
'4~~~ ~~ '4 10htobn h'.

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; ipf=... A;ph' v it,-). NV.


ij u ii7'Al F-. A ?N; i.

.r roee~r fr "flie.?'ilot~,i.r .
retx ti tor,1 t' %'r" -n..* r I:
itatitierv.

1(reat %auwifofi' -rn..-
imarket. A tioinwft isam or,.),, 3
proi..d No. *-l emingtonirrv:..,
ftre off-ring thsem at tVAo.rw~lf. r
days ju-t one-bolf mauzfKT,.'r'
Alli muchineos or@- fitteod c.mpl.-i.
boheAippedU.04) D. priVilfbile. if, r ft ,
ainination. This i a chance. cir
to pureba" e apeer auimmg all tvj
Inachillpa. thKe rm ngione-i Itaniia
York. &
R SAE-41nognood rmiupu,:,.-,:
itore. corner Uregory anti Palafa'x
fa~ .,
ft'nelf. with gtwA On rr~w',ynh.w.
-table. servant's lictu%'S and we'll. un 1
road three, mnile, from the. csu::
LeAnd runs alouig ritht i-f war if 1 li
road.*(.epod mooal. Sple~ztidIiId
farm o~r 4uhurhan horn--. Prit--..ft
4 0 K. W ill -ichange for el t v;r( I -'S

I urb-. ifioniiiiw Bava'n *i .
-old on rft%1.v ri. anid at i iea
4'. Wat ,cPma & Ce.
-von -u- erv4
4Je-r. -%12 4 2Mut h Piaialox -.1rl-e~t
W AM N1 lkI .11
IJ l 'Jj'4 A V Is BV.K4W.A X-I
Me.! gri'- vet'I by ~A. I l.''N,-..
Iv) 1s4lTO P'.NWA % F 9'Ell
wa! I is won-rnal hom- .viork. Iv u:A
i* iso l-xp#-rit'n i'd Ct-i'k.Aid rs--

II ifs and oti.- ir a.. 1 .. 3
:04 We~t-in (aa.- fre.tq.
y~AN FE D- P4 It%% M1 1I
o' *vmur I i 1i 1 t- r I.'.r t .i

I, .%;rjI)- ll kinue ot -.nq-tv ,A.
~V wb~ky bottles. M. A. i'tkyu-

W ( AN TbL.D-014 b",h r out js L
sar lWoe.


111A fitCillibb
&) niti 'ie'eIr in Fl4air H ... I-
Articles. '-lair oil. s'tv.. 3214 o m,

1;I IU UA'E'4DIqNA I..
M 188 LIWE CHIPLICY Primary
-~And Kindergartimn is now 'ii.
Its fl~b term In Mebsresideence at :,n.-
oar of Palafox and Jarkae-n .rreeol.
trane. on Jackson. Terms 112.01) s-r in-

MqALF. AND PSMALF, WH""n -t
*corner Cbase and Covallos jkri,,,.
pares for college or business. J. if -
dell. principal. .!4igbt teramibeegam..e'

t'l' 7L()WEB.[Land Plorftl j
C M~peclobl deet g nq nvderemel foor
Masis Violeltt., orpnoc,, 3r.i Wes'.t '
pbone S M.

LO'WY." Fokr umKKA1L14 f
Ipromptly to bouquet. or spo-cri.
mis's Vilvite tMoreno.= Wet0.
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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DAILY


7.j


NEWS


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 5. 1900.


,OL. 30.


NO. 53.


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


i' I i \WAR


:!1 1 VS. JAPAN


:.- the Cor.P.ict
't Orninous.



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April .) -Accord ag to
S- m'ri th e Central Pacifi,'
A -',amn-hip Empre-,. just ar-
i : Willianhead quaiantine.
.raint, there i? xno longer
,. ti:.i on the part of Japan to
S., t:.- regretted imminence of

a :, at preparations for the
.-' *tv both iides are actively
;. Ru-sia has practically a-
I '-inrol of CoreA by Inmthod-i
,,rly Ru-,ian.
*--1, i now hurrying troop- and
i; to tthe 'ere oef future ac-
.1: w en tlhe lIon; txireatetaid
i .* bt.rt. it will fth1 Japani
a -. ; It-d a- we-ll a Rus.ia.

; ,. ('i. A1l. XI INTEItSIEW.

I %-lre'mdent dtot Not El-ndorae
I>*'ia <'andidaviv
Aprii u-Ex-Pr i-5
VI i.stol wa- iatolrT i-wed t:.i-
: ; and aUcited the purpoirted
w mr hitm' in i which: t wa-
I tt a" -t* dtiloIS'.| l)-wf ey'-
l.ac(' f-r thte preu-iIdenicy. iN
i and 'ay-- he po,-itively r-fu-.-d
.an.ytlini g ont the- -ulj Ct icand
11 unwtlllin- t1o expre -' l'i-
.:-. LRe.cently hi- vie- onll th'
t i-ua-i <':mt ii w- l. Jiato t* d bie-
rees'tq itsont. lHe -.4*ii that it
a lftil r:i- 'pr!'-'-ntatio' c('li-
-l. ll te o-'I lpt-ll d t i i"
..or- .Iin-: :11 n ,wsp perI l
I fwves.* Sn )w Storm
1 1-. -\,,ril .o -A i -now -tr ;
-.',t1 -r,,t.-''s'a t tottnt ,ic ,a-= t il
.',d *;.:; \\'H -t~t lrn Nebtra-k:,.
t.... i fall oef 15. inchli'-, I
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Y'.,ii April 5.-C- tt,, i-
t. t-. day at follows: April
S, . d; Jun-. U-.32: July., '.):-'a;

The ua} -1 : .TONw. April .)-Tihe Quay
-*a-- was take-n up to-l:-iy.
i.iiange-r is arguing again-t
'im ..


Sliesan aI'.ha trnal.
- a l I't oI'Lr April ;
('-'la died ye-terday.


i'lear'e'ar, Uk-awing 2`2 Feet (
-,u-w. PoI'aeane'eIhr-toutah ItfeeChanniel
t,- 'atvTowia'ng.
"a.-d-lth hip Dhiarwar Carat.
Sd-onie di-Pute with:tho-
-1-4asmaining about taowaxxl
So thoe 'apt aain gzve or-
'I-t ail'x and the 1?ttL'e
i,.ttidtl rawiniz =` feet.

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-.irt .-- oxitf 1L., cr-
a-:va"!he141thai- axialt it~at.
ctf-'r trial tet-dat'. Mc-

ei:-anid Stri'k laxid i'-

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I: (. aMh -rI",a iii- '- a
V I lttK-del.-tx~-dv
-n. t--. All:11 a.ie and'


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IS NO DANGER OF A CLASH.
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%I. lta"tar'..' ~1tine Holt.. .40m t.~

S r .1ki i- r, x oi. Fla April 4. -4 )aeoif
tb.- Iar4 --t arti tmxia~"t a Imlirtatat roal i.;-
tat~- trfuli-for-4thit bhal; tW'enri nzi'!,iin tbi-
4-tv f,.~r tiomy ii'.ter- was ou nsilumnatt'd
r U' Sla*turvia v' LLt. 'wabn the Fltiida
HOL* -hatiw-od .twiter.hip. This vain-
able pritkprolv hws tbetien owuclld for a nutu-
ber if vlrt~i v b T. M. i.%Aajri. but it
ilal; bU-4rht ',ti Saturday by Josepbh I.


!4rARTk;T't1. -S. C., April 4.-The
cart artrt amiual -'" 'i Vxtili n if the rmayors
i)f tiheo s:.4t-(.' ~S *uth ULtrt-4ina will tx-
lx!ill Spartanburg tin Wodixeelay.
My*.l~at,nA11 thr"- days. The objetw
-of till- xi-':a -' thio geult.-al improve.
tatent *.4 **' lr:itich o~f mxunicipal gvov-
arninx.'lt i i toy prv-it.'ii1 'tudy aualldia~cuns
'V "tV(IdIUMW atr 't .ir l IiiiHL.

T ~ *~,Wi -h x1W ('411-
x:: '*thet 'ax ~ntn.-!ih of th#e vt'Ul'

2 I' -:tit wi .'. t'.a cti w. .rk. Trhl

'uw iAxa:a*tx A''ufa' -turinK(lxia
p~i ,a' % -,-tart- ,i r~'w uIk xuntler tb.t

~oat I (ee~gh~E~enalon.
Qvi .~ kin.. April 4-The t-viiine'er-
ing *r -- .f tia" S'uth (i-P.'rgia railroad
*aa Jm.t .! r' .;I t h- 'final t.'ario.'v foi

'laiflhat :tind tia. tight tI ,v.tr 2. inio l*
:%, fius a,, p I-o ~'ta' i, -kn
r..- ft Ut., ia- '"1,- 1, 'i ii iwok mtii ..V h

Q111-I.*t Peitaia s In Mca.,r~agoaa.
W %',wN,;r,%i~'". April 4 -Dt~jxat4t'lie rt'
*~I,%v* AV ,t ixwt 5cret-ary Ahllen fromx
'3!axt M 'l'. -. ~nit~tixtndinig the txuxsi-r
l~h ~a!- '. Hulo t I'!C imxxaand-'r Duncan
K..rxa.iv.''.tuawuai'nar the D)etroit, rk-
plirt tiiar ot "ot~ iblpe txists in either Sic-
ara u."i or &- .* i ,Ri - -
All s-tti' uit. (2IeR and haI ltt
it v h I"". with leather citing' at

IWFATII (11P MRS. SITH 11
wirfe or Engineo'r .Iam siM. Sitml1i
I'A-We eAtmaAy.
Nlr-. S'o;lxrcoia Smith. 'wife of Ent-


No Righl to I'gline.e.
Th. women who is lovely in fa.*..
form aidl tempter will tlwayV- l;ia"e
friend-. but one who' would b- at-
tr-ctivte- I t-t keep her liealth. If -I
i-, we-ak. -*ickly ianid all run down. sha-
will 1' tai.1voti- andt irritable. If -1aw
! .:i c.,:-tipation ot kidney truiill.
I t- Imnpure blood will causte pimpl+e-,.
hilo'ch.-. skin t erup:iani and aa
wretchld i-o:lpl xi mn. lElectric Bit-
tt-ri 'i- the h)--it lliedici ae inl ti--
worlli to rixrtl ite -to ni !:. liv- r i x I
k;dn'yv- and to.) put ify the blood. It
yv'- -tiro ag nerve-,. bright eves,
-iir,,,th:. v, i1 %ty -kin. rih complix-
* t lI w iIl t .:1akc at goodl-l ,hkiti'.
-, i::il 'i W'I-I ain of a rit-dow n ii-
v- (ti!y .- c it- at \V'. A. I).\i-


si.i v ill-cs at W .,it,-'s.

HORSES AND MULES

A carload of fine

Tennessee Horses and


CLOSING IN


ON BLOEMFONTEIN


The Boers Are Again Exceed-
ingly Active.


Free S:atern Are ILtorganiziing and
Lord itotoris Will I ldoniuetrlly
Have a ~1arm I irne-Il leris Hur-
ri dly .M 1untin.g HiT Naval (Guns
and Preparitg rfor thie Attack
L.o iNN. April ,.-W\Vhei Preside'.t
Kautr recently proclaimed that !ea
wullM r-.t ike Bloe'nifot-iin within a
W ',4 k. LEnii.li-himei tlhllgl:t it only
an i.lile l.,a-t, with tno actual intten-
tiotn of attellptinli to car-,y it into
f'.ct. BIlt lPr-id litIt rl\ ru Z r wi;s
evialdently in :arne-.t. ai:d i- now at
work completi!ig plan- to make the
att:ack.
All E.ngal:tiin wa- ;tirre-d to-day by
ia -igllilliallt ille-sage from ll loeCm-
fmitein. dated yesterday, which
brinms the uncomfortable news that
thie jteis are moving oln Bloemfon-
tt-i- from all directions l.
It also tell- that the free states
:'e being reors aiized and that those
who had pretended to submit to
Lord Roberts and went through the
form of laying down their arms and
returning to their farms, were
deceiving him. Several prominent
free st.te leaders, who had appar-
ently submitted, were foremost in the
fighting at the Bloemfontdiu water
works ambush.
But Lord Roberts was not taken
altogether unaware-s. Eviden ly tie
suspected something of the kind, for
lie has been hurry ing to mount big
naval guns to guard again-t all at-
tack
Every sign indicates that the Hoers.
do, not intend to wait for Lord Rob-
erts to take the offensive, but they
are pressing the attack and will
force the fighting. A terrific battle
miay be expected at almost any mo-
nilelit.
It i- reported that Col. Porter ha-
:,'"scted '1I of the troops captured I y
the lBiers in the wa:er works ai,.-
tiu-li. "lit-ir lnaines are not give i
tut they were probably members f
th,' Hou-eIold cavalry of thl Tenuth
iu-ars. 'The-ir r-escue has cau'ud
'en at re-j'-'eiig li-re..
I.- maaa alle Cure ,f lhienmatismn
KNNA. Jackson Co., \V. \':I.
Al 'tt three years ago any wif-
l;.id :t: attack ot t h unimati-in whicl,
t-.i,ti,. d her to her bed fr a- montith
.aut ilidel'ed lie Lhunatle t,, walk a
-t'p without a11'ta te1, l' lilibs
t. i : -iw)lleti tod ( able their iorinnal
-i... M.r. S. Madi'ox insisted one my
a a: 'i C ia'.bii!erlaixa's l Paii i IKItuI;.
I ;i,,:r l d a fifty crnt >th)ttle a.nd
I' d it according to th' (ldirt-ction
xtial th.- n-xt muorninrg -lie walked to
hrePjkfa,-t withiott au-i-tance iln ally
iai,intar, anid she la- Inot liad a -';mi-
Jlar attack -ince.-A. I. PARIt(sNS.
Fl-or sale by lHannah Bros.. -'1 South
lalafox -treet.

NEW RAILROAD FOR TROY.
Florida, Alabamnta and Northern to
extend tt LAloie.
MlI\TO(A).tERY, Ala.. April 4.-It i; re-
ported iu railroad circle that Troy. i,
F.swn to have a tww railroad. The Flor-
ida. Alabama and N>irtheria ndlroald,


KIMBERLEY WAS IN


DESPERATE STRAITS

Authorities Were at One Time

Ne..r Surrendering.

PETITION SEST TO BULLER

It Explain- R'ww of4' ceil IRhodes With
( ltjiithiou i (tCity WVas Fearful-Peo-
ple Wer< lDying of Iiunger.
L,'%[x>a. A'ril 4.-The tronblei b.e-
tw'-n Ce-il Rh ad--s and Colont-l Ke.k,-
wich arx- now bintu fully t,,ld It ap-
pears ritt the rtlation- Ix4tw*,-.n th",
empiree makr" and ih. enlom.l c'mi-
mandi-.:, at Kimbrulley r.-a-he-l su' h :i
pass tha. Mr. Rhuiti-, ,irdi'.d thi iiriuy
o(rifer .out if thebt hm "* '[riw he told in d*ta.il by a Ka:nl;, 'rvy cn rri-
p -iiid( it.
When Mr. Rhithdi -~i vth' ilauvir t)
whil-h the tuW t ami it.,s nihabitanrte
were- t'm-oiejd he ealne. tr t.o 'A)Imc(Iusi',it
that th-! time hadt arrived for the facts
in th. .case to hbi placed on record. lie
ai',ordingly called the mayor anil a few
leading eitizAns together, and in consul-
I station with them drew up a petition.
which was duly forwarded to Colouel
Kekewich, aooumpaniid by the request
that he would transit it by heliograph
to the higher military authorities.
The petition deals at length with the
conditions existing at Kimberley after
the city had been under meige for four
months, and requests that relief be sent
at the earliest possible moment.
The docum,-ut Khows that the people
of Kimberley were in dire traitss. and
suggested to Roberta that the officials
w rwe on the verge of vurrenderiug.
After taking time to consider his d4.-
' 0i-ion, the officer c-ma.nanding sent Mr.
Rhodes a letter informing him that the
substaboe of his connmunication had
Stwu forwrrded to Lurd Robhert. per h,.-
liograph. I,)rd Roberts' reply, whi waits ('n011unic1at'd in dlue foiurIs', pi-
se's.-s n i1,,ls4 historicil, interest than the-
reitiirkable c., ,mmunicuation which -'iigi-
natet-' tihe ct.irrl'ponden(lce:
"I lx'wg you rtipreswnt to the mayor and
Mr. Rh.,i -ds ;iL. strongly as vonu p-iAibly
caln t'het.I' ,.srrousanid humiliatingeffeetT
of sur'rendering after ou prolouag-'tl ataud
glorious duf'nAs. Many dv.ys will not
pa. t l,.for.' Kiinborley will bie reli.*v.'d.
;a' w% V, i runiM't'llce active ,'Isvrati us to-

". a, .:'e military op:ratiiil. pI' nd in
,':- ** s r'.*u o yiu)n -i'iitaatia i giii vour
po-sitl.'n a ver-y -1-ii 1i't ,'inw e longer."
Mr. 'n.udlea was much annoyed at the
ug''.t i in that the thought Nif urr-uideIr
hailt v,-r ,w'--urrod either to himsxu.lf or to
tho.., a-.s 'i.itad with him in the repre.-
e~,ntattion, whil'h had' Ibe-tiin nad and I
havli ria-.',n to li'ev't- that whin TLerdl
R,',ir-; aidl I>rul Kitl'hwn'r arrivi-,t in
Kit':.,iv hin' toHk an .arly iij)ji-itiiintty
.,f A:I-.a t -iing th.iir mini dI. of -. A rxii
nll Av.-' Au iiimipr-i'' lon. .

How in we atford to s'll suc li
high rirad#e Clothing at such 'Iose-
prices? Our answer i pur allnd sim-
ple; ours i-4 a imoderu store, Ccon-
-tructed strictly on pro,)reisive
plans. Our Clothing is cold on tlie
S11mallest margin of profit, dependlinag
olla a l4:re volume, of hu-Aine-lI '. The
more Clothing we -ell the greater
Our purchasing power, the lower
our prices: that's tt.e story in ii nitt
s,hell. White s.

UNIQUE CONTEST IN SENATE


which is the Alabama name for the Yel- lonr Is Reported as Trylng to
ilw Rivr railroad of Florida, bhas made liene Tlllmanu.
a survey andl lcated a line abut 50 WAtINUoTON. April 4. There ha.
mile north of Florida, Ala., their pre.i- tien inuach uii wspaper talk relative to a
ent ternintus, and is now surveying tin t which is going on in the unitedd
the direction of Troy. The ompupanv t o t
prlopIse building as fat as possible. Sttite' senate between Suator Spitoer
This lue of rnad would beof immense and Senator Tillman. The stat-iments
value to Troy, benatje it would put Troy anr to the effect that Senator Spooncer
In direct oommunioation with Pensaola. tha.s undertaken the extraordinary task
the deepest barber on the Gulf of Mex- ,of trying to silence a fellow member iof
i,1). All the naval tiVes,. cotton, etc.. th" senate. Such a c',ute-t woulIl he
whtch now find an outlet through Sa- a uni, ue ont', and has nflt levin wit
vinunah would probably be diverted to nemod in the United Stater. a.nate since
Peuwmcola by rcastou of thle shorter haul. the daya of Webster aund C.thouu and
Tha, Florida, Alabamna and Northern i Hayue.
-sit! toi have 4'-ur-d terminal facilities There is uno doubt S,-nat,,r Tillirman is
in Pniisaeola [ny. at tinims imletuousl, and is at all times
... . ,outsioken in his opp ,irion to i *.-rtain
A WHEEL THIEF IS SENT UP. orderof things, aid hts.- i.aks pIrhaps
-- at tinis with a vehi'ienc-' south h 4 arolima .JIndge laxe Illan Eii e t,,pis, but as a senator of a sover,.'iin
Vear- at Hard linbhor. state that is his right. If Sioown'r ha-s
'.tI.vtlm S C., April 4. iic'vi' unthrldrtakeu t)o wage at c'(utest against
a ,* ,r ,r Iw in tli T.llitia on th (se lines the South C'aro-
L n -.nataor will do(ubtless lie ralyv to)
,ionrt ,f :;i.rt l se-Sions, h,-r. \ h,.-.- .. t hiun. an l thl-r'- an, re man whi b.N-
L.\. :,. 't,,l, u with th,- r,-ati-.' fr.- i. \,. hat T i'iian.t 1 wtil. ht f i'e the.' anil
S "v 'w ih a f,'w \+\, k-. th, tT ,,f ,! t-f pr0', t .**. 11n ,',,m pl.-t ly ,lo)w n
,n.- n w -ip ,r 1lt ving 1..- ti ,. W\\ h ,.n .. .." ''itit" lilt]-- law v .r" t? rh
... ....... i ,. I . . ,,.. 1 . w o. -t


!a--it; T ir- I n ., T r. a iiu :ra' i

ii ii ~ -eV t-. .!Ii' lt ..m-r Iuxt
h Va'f-lea'it' 1- aA-'l T oi 11"Irv --huiI txa late-


tI. x t 1i1n- : I t: tI ti' x it-tIl a I





W',hite I-itt-1 c.i'lafle- l- i. t
they' wor--'uu tWhit,


Mules, for sale at the DURHAM Cigars have

Pensacola Livery Sta- no equal. For sale at
MO1 D'Alemberte's.


GEO. W. TURTON, Ja.


Crossett's Yuntz Atmrica S., rhoes
for young men. the best shoe iu the
world for the price, at White's.


H. A. RUCKER IS INDICTED.
!Z-e aii it oi ,lle'-'to.-' ;anwI lli- I l erk A re-
II* F4 or 1.livl.
\1i '* \ \:',.' 4 -- \~ ,i r* .'i1r o,) an
,"; \w-:' .+ .:,' .:tr.-,i ia in i.o l| pnhihi-
.1. : I r ;*. ;i : v ; .\ ; :. ",,!!<- 't,,r
',- r. ,i : :n:a i \V !. M .-rl)av.




.:i tii.- 'tv In a r-.,'-'tt arti n -" Ir iat -
tat-. I that Augusta F. Smith, a tw'irer
in the' state ,.'-hol for aegr,'s at Savau-
rnah. hal b-hs n divorced from her hus-
band. and that the au.se of thu divorce
was that she had been unIAthful
Do not fail to read the advertise-
ment of TEETHINA in this paper.
Douglas Shoes at White's.


MANY DECISIONS RENDERED.
?',prizag Term of Alabama %aaprease
Court ]n i -%esltji.
MJN-TtikOVEity, AL%.. April 4.-Tha- u
prent'l l V)irt tof Aahaibtnah.-' i' iiiclc
A.r rho sprixti t' rnr. lTho'a---fi-wi'u r h



til i .2ial'-rthan u-.ual. All Iw--r.
I:''i' I.-.- wa, tw-i critx nat~l 'a-' -. T 1 0-
ii1 'A- :-nk-'xa p IxllT'i



1.% V. '-' I,''::J






A i-


V., '. '-A anI A


FAVORABLE REPORT MADE.


Ja:.i-lug- ( 'aaml~i*.'~il 4)3 .aai~


COLVILLE RETURNS


TO BLOEMFONTEIN

His Force With French's Re-

joins the Main Army.

IT MAY MEAN AN ADVANCE

Itelieved That ILorld l ,lbert. llas I)De-
rIhld to.3loveat Oci .e l.nilir llrittih
Force Inactive l-'iirther lDetailk of
Broadwood'. Defeaitl.
I,, ;,, .\prr : r:i t' 2 '.i
and t 'e-w-nxl r.-'nr li u'x, .- :r.. a u tll i -
nlli ?:,'I tt a : :-t 'K., 11. '" *s -
Bl '. :,i: tt in airl h.ar Ii r ,ix,'u ,l th.-
iain aar y. Itr do, '.1, : t,. -' rt' I r !
PRobert- it vain thing t, -.ndI frn- lot).k.'
to 12. o fo Ilf hils be t tr'(.1p, I'n' th' wi.
dern.--.. I t- i t 11 i"ll ti- tr-::i-.p rt. i' the. ,A
revti'i at a right ant:iU.-. \vw0,'h ,'h,)o n
as a ti o(kf adlvan,.. 'The. i ..-r hav.,
lprobabl, y u vid elrr- \vie rl a- t if r4I fth--
s tu h\i', t c -t. .ral 1%a 1\ .' u .-;ln t a-
easily .-trike th-ia fri m i ii i .l iuf,'-i' :i ui.
by f,-l..wiing up -ri -.,- tb.-pl, in-. 'I.'h .e-.
liuf -renes stillU leave ail(, -ixantrwia 1-


fav'tai cil,.' !raprt r .Jutig, M..i. .x'- bill, wildering for th, trin. I'ring ".Ih.
'r,,atin thr, r notrlhw.-strn division ,ff enormously superioraru1h ftoris at.-
the, noirthTiirn d:stri.ct of (;warg-t anl es.- pPear iinactivo in every pairt of the war
rablihing a curt at Renur. field, waiting yet probably ffr the r .'-
ThU, suboAuiuitt,.e. of which Mr.- ounaulation of material f(r a bwift ad-
Fleminggof tGiorgia wasaamember, umad. vance acioso the Transvmal frontier.
a faverambl report to the full committeee* The permanent bridge at the Moaidler
Jdg9' MAddox went before the commit- river station has been i nished. Th'
e.eo and thoe re -alt of" his presentation of Amru tsata paxed over It 'P s-day.
the f-Acts in ,support tof the bill was a The Britiam gatrion at Springfuntrin
unaininust report in its faivor. Mr. was ranked at midnight Monday by thb
Florning dr.,w the bill. tntimation that the B.lrs ain force were
With this a..'tion thr'r i no d<)onbt of about to make an attack, but not a
h., p',.sUr,'-* -of the' bill at thi" s-,,i ;i. burgher appeamle.
Surthor details of thvt British reverse4
AN OLD MAN'S FATAL LEAP. near the Blnemfonteau waterwo,,rkai tend
to how that greater coheilon eixst.-a
In tad lth ilrI*. 'd-. Hlis uAr. among the burghers of the Pree Stata
it Knoxillle. than had been iuimgined.
k,)X',i.LE, April I.-N. '- 1B :, '., a' The Atandard's crresiemudent illuh-
i-. unoi, Ma-,-t, 'renn...uti, -Ir,-u trat-'s the "slimniets" oef the B.eKrs by
mentioning that they 'corif-et-ld them-
,>.. "l''.u '.- rxivtr b'li ., h h:- 'ii'- elve inu the long gram.-' aul further de-
ri r.iing. lie fell lxiut lf:, : .et. flu oeivd t Colonel BR-omtlwiA xK'. traips by
*.-.u r-'. '*-u.l 1,at i(,el bl.t ,r- h ra. '.1l deputintg soin- of thir number to ap-
h. iarr. He" left upU,, thle bal' ih- pear n ua'd a"s merely intt-reistetd spef-
h- trainingg t-i uai ,u,,v. it. tator. The B ers w,-re at first tfn-rcel
l :a riathalnd itruin ch.e-k. H w ba l'k bv the tre- of the artillery, but
i.'ta.rti..d- )v i tl..uns if the ,h. -k. were wii t-infore'- ad atend resuu-xml ithe
H- anrr-vi- in the itv !at mg.r ikh. offensive'. I- inrrW the Briti..h for ,anim,
. JnilqT' fromi a trio wet itn s.':%-.I distana-v. On the rival of the* Ninth
Iu health. He left his (daugwhtr at th m and cavalry rdvimon- M att,-r'Pti wo.
h.icl anud w.ent to the river. lir, ,-u nmald to Seurrounci tht' fedsrail tria,-
h ,alth is as-igued a.s the cause. but .bey tell baCk to a strong pohitio*"
and Uou'>-aal C'olill- flnding themi pro-
MORTGAGE FQR $20,000.000. vide wi th;Ci r.'norunieto Bia-..i not toan
It I6 Filed by the WoVtpers ilioln ". '.)
graph Copany. rthr of in- ,auamhi..s s-i-
e 'pany. tainted bv rti- Biri-h ofile('rx at Ktoor
NEW Ye )K, April 4.-A mtiortgage, for spruit Marvh 31 add- 11 mi- sxig ardf,,.-
$20,.,W I has ecin filed at the' audioitor' woi)nled, making the total th!t- f:sr :'2.


oti'u by attorueys- ri)rt.r,.ntri ig a .',.ri
l'an i at 411 pt'r n.It f,)r that a:miount
ail'' for tlhi Farmerst' Loanit and Tru-t
to0am tpainy as trustees, tto the' We.stern
Im'ln Tel-'i-trtaphi coi)a] kl V. B >ids for
th" *'i J.iseo will tI' i.su-d. Th-eW
hel als will. in partt, t u-.ed for the- re
deltiption om f o'ttho"r l ad.s whi'-lih nature
in the n,-ar fturuer and other Aibligatins,
Niui- millihoi daollar-, will. hIo,x,wv"r. Ix-
applihi, towari rthl- i vl-I- iiw':it of the
t.*:l graph lusitini .
lIg aontrat-t in-atel-l.
PlTrsitm-.. April 1. -Thli Pitt-barg
Cosl c..lupany has r',-'',,v.',l oie of the
largwt contracts f.,r e',al ever awarded
a single' company. Tlie Nationiil Steel
scomtan. Aiitieiricn Tinuplate, company
and the Amenrcan Steel Hoop company
have awarded to, the local ca'l one'rni
a j,)oit ciontract for suIpplymix most of t.he
coal u.sed in the various plants for a y'-ar.
While the examt figures on the deal are-
withheld it i,, said the contract is wor'sh
inu th- neighborhood f O10.itX..Oih)
Pepper Declines.
WASHIvori,. April 4.--Mr. ChArl,"-
Popperr. re.-,>ntly pr offered trh, station f
if *ccretary of th,. Philippine comniu'm
ionin, ahas .ld.-'lined the pla tinm' the pr)ffTer was inado Mr. P.-pp.',
was abszh'+t in Puerto iRaie, aaiil uo earl-
ir opportunity wa.-. offe-rcd for making
known his dectlination of the- off-r


Phlow I 'p 4rmilnl tio PlaIt ( ottetoi.
K II.SHz V. a S Alril I Frin that
wav fertilizer'. hayve tv -nti hil;,'I outi th.t -
farmn 'rs *xpet to make th. larg,-.t ,..r
ton 'rop that has le-in made in yea-r-
Nine cnts ,rttoin hias nin th- farnwr,
wil'1 talft in a ge -wl mane piLt-.' zratan
will I h plw'-w'i aii l anil 'lrt n ilaitd

(Fortune f:ivar- ti.- tor 0v.." If ,.
alo) f.tvo *t" :r blood at thlii -ason I." t.akin.
H ,,,, '- -' *irsap i t ll:t.


I'i-t.'l. :o Cr-aal W :if. r-- -. ae-
t n:it'- nttw Yonr d.< l.lr -+ i!.i : .
t eri .-

We aimn to l.aw aI io-a ., -',.
thorou.r; ly reliable, b *'-u. ti. t r- r -
auchi a thing a- inainttaiir:iz :
zrade all along the line. and rno tiat
ter Iow low an article m niy I.
riric-d at tl:i t-tor you c('as r-Iy v
its quality at all tine-. \V.- Ik,.
only what we can recommend, anl
we recommend only what we know
is trustworthy. When we tell you
the merits of a purcha-,e you caL
rely on the assurance. White s.


DAVIS ON SOUTH AFRICA.
lie Sany Pretoria IFs Impregaiiblet -oub-
ert.4 ii l .t .
W--4fxHMrTco4', April 4.-.\ft--r S-cr--
tary .of th- Interior Hitchre.,.k -"-nt t,.
Web.-ter D)avis a brief note, in whikh h,.
,atid the president had a-ked hmnu teo an-
I u)un'e to Mr. hivi-. that h- hawl a-
oepte(ld hb retagnation to Ite -ce o,'t.tie-
tave tdlay, Mr. Davi. fe-It at liberty to
talk freely ou the' South African r tua-
tion and what lie saw there.
After d.ea-libixng the fortttitcati.nrs tat
Pre'toria he stat-ed positively that Pre-
toria was absolutely impregnable.
He says that at Tugela Buller and hi.
40.000 men are held at bayv by 7.0XX.
a With thi. force Joubert and hatha held
Buller hack and kept White and his 1 ,-
Smeu corralled in the town.


IT MAY BE BISHOP KELLEY.
bouvenirse Releved at Savannah Indl-
rate His Appointment.
SAVANNAH, April 4.-0roniderable in-
terest has been created in Savannah by
the receipt fd a-veral osentratiou mon-
venirs bearing the photograph of Vicar
General Kelley, who, it is e-xpiect-t, will
be narnmed as lihop of Savaunlah before
a gret while.
Somni enterpn-.in firni in ttl- easlt hala
i'-sui'd the su nv'enir upoln the theory,
dubtrle-..-, that Fathetr Kel.-v i tvo bi
Bishi'op 1 i*k'*-r' ,it-i'-t'*r. The' .,ouve-
nir co',iist-- f ta pue of purjl,- ribbon
from whi.h i- -an:.-xi-ndell a photo,)raph
aof l"at)h r K* !!.-y I" h- rx'eading matter
0'n th. r1hl'tn *ati0 **. that he- iha^.- lwit
'oris trd.-Crx;.-l l'hiop ,,f Savannah. If
the-r, ha.is lt! s t liv alppointmo un of a
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STHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.


The New Cook.
"Mazgie. did you make that chicken
broth as I ordered you'"
S"01 did. mom."
"What did you do with it?"
"Sure, an that ilse would Oi do wid It
but fade it to the chickens, mom?"-
I Boston Courier.


I A CALL

'For I)enmmra(ic Promaries and Con-
vent Ion.


SKIeilvpd, That a convent ion of thlie I'etni-
ROYAL NAMES A HOODOO. ,oeralic party of I.caniblt county -hrll lie.
atYAL NAMES A HOODOO. i I ton at 12 o'clock noon o it I he
I-14th day of April. lI for lithe purple toI
Oe of thep trIoneielt t npertitions s lo,.iec'tig twelve l !'i pr.-roni- to rel-l-enti
of th- I:e-" linkh \n i.scambna county at th nll -trict Ctonven-
I li I. to noi minate a candidate for C'Oi.gr,--
One 4 itef:ir...: ;, otlf : 1! -iU3' rIt- ,11< ill llu te'lsons to0 present Escambina c utily a;tt
th- tt ate ronve.ntion at such tlt. and
rovli :i\ i a i -l;i ti,:t is i- p,&acest may be tixel by thle state amd Co.t-
0ost as ia lt i \ 1- 'i It \ ,re, l Democratic oi llte- at lr
th t ''SS'l' IO hi .\ 11 a t plrpu.rft-.of t.electing a Colunty lExictu-
th t vessl.. I' ll!; .i ll.'lIi'. t1 I',s- 4 1 I*e i t',iiimattee to hold until ttlla-i" n'cE--
a1 5',rw .:o ti ai:. El' ,! 'i'l to iil tiuk, soir' hOitl I)' selected in i 2.
a p onI r .l ... il l t 1 Si precincts are and hal Ib.-. entitled to
and, trr,- a. it Z e the following repreteentatiuli at said i'Coi:.-
8D0 undetlialb le lisitic la-,r flr ;th-! tyvConvention:
S. o. O. Nix's
leeliaS. No. 2. Kupfrian's
Somne of the most le.r-I!le disasters No. 3. Millview i2
now.. ii 'ti ~No. 4. Ferry Puas
ever knoviu Vy have con(ermid \\tr 'ves.sekls \vilh io.. Powelton
royal Unltli.e. '1lu ve--st'ls called the' No.7, Pin P.arren
loyal JaI -is toIl' lo l; ts.rn o!s etlds. No. w. IBluofT f pringnt
O.e .f 1 i. ala smeise l No. lt. all & Holl alld
O ~e f r'i, l.l,,, ,l. 1 ;lile ,1 ; 1N.. 1. W alilt Hill
0cfcers aind s~i:it wa n pl riit-l'. The oit I- N 12.1v. Pneii co I P
r" shill sto :inall'i% was altuallty carried No. 1., P ',nacI' + 4
N ..14, PeuitacAlt ...... ;
cOt of the nio tl o 1ll" Tli1:1111ai by the No. N l.. I'. nsac.ula -.
Juotch Admiral dte luvyter under eir- No. it. 'In vile I
No. 17. IUre'lt'-
c(umstalleres disglra.ceft'l to those ill No. 1%. MclIavit l
charge of the craft. No. I oniat'on
Then there is lhT' forever ni'Intirable For Iih-purpo-ofiecting.leeiaitttrirn
disaster to the Itav:11 ;Geore :in ui- live st-v*ral pr-cnmets a- HIO\- .it rtt litid
iasir '0 ufor tthi' purpoi"s oif nf i ninit .ii' two (anil- i-
hluky ship pirevioia-!y. that tirnled overt dites tor ttie Hou-e of Repre-entaiiv.e-, for
and sank in -sitht of erone s at Spit- Ice hprpose a no-uinating a talti ist':for
hlead. over 1.4KX pouls. amon whomnWli hurt. a candidate for Tax 'ol fvetor. -. Cuit-
wer O(O )women.. tI;nl g sacrificed. And dldate for Tax Aes-aor. a c'pul.diat.' f'or
only to h disaster Treaurer a candidate for a. ouniy J udg*". a
eomod only to this hideous disaster is "candidate for tiurpertntendent of Iutaii Iin-
that which afterward befell the lRoyal I btruction, a candidate for County mul -vyor,
tte. ,. ter er o a ddat- for Clerk of i'rimtral Court. a
Charlotte. which. after a career of cudidite for Jutitee of Peace and a .'n-
iuch r vicissitude. wias consumed by hitable for -tacond listrict ta can lalle for
GM Of I A g, trW o f v Jutreof Peace for Filth lctrict. ('ltcn-
fir ff TAglorn. over 0X0 of the very dtldates for three nieitiberso f ( oUlnty clhol
lower of thle I:Iv-y l'rislhilig with her. iouarn. a primary election of the Demno-
SWhen in the Victori. a new crae 'ste f t 'tcaltaila count y -liall lie
'ben in IS (l~ie" \h Vitiiot-. ae new iat.i.i tih hcir ii.r e of 1;;ta si. w iand
Vessel and the v er triurliph of iuode'rn .:4't p. ill on Tue-day. the lite i Invention so f;far' % : na vasal :i-li .ht ,cttur t' li, ', 'ij, i for thile purpose of ceiidut, t i n a atid
t'lenti soon tihe fo lowing ,inspectoi anda -l-rkqs
went. ,was r.airnic .i aI dl sank at onti'e' oi election e lieret).y .'e.i ted11 atil ap-
it sight of i. the h!tle fleet .aInll wt!h.in pun . rwtt'. .
hundreds of l\',s v.,;-r l- t,. thrier v W W \. 1). nlh-, mii.pecltor-; .tArct'iie el.toln.
not a snilhor. liitvrt' liitutler of fact hlie cl.'rK. o. 2-Al t rav-y.Louti-lcnic,
iilht lite., v.- o ,111 lan it retila e!lter tih .la Sl -. tt r \v'y. A iSisp actor ; M .l c it.
ire fnte of ill !',.ily lanel rtaft. I.' .-Fra k su r..-. I '
T l'St' l ; i:> : ',.- :i l *. o;.I- tlhe gr,-,; er litlai ,-.Jolil at-ll, ll,;ec.toi.-; 11. EI-. lotia;la-.
oDe s. A ... ., orf -..'llr1 o-r il- -s ire re. . No-l
ed off toy -\%o:. : A,' .1 l;;\. i.;..n.-T-l Pi e.., i .v ,,Nl. Wl z. ]iI-pector- ; \'- A. L ip-
Bits. I: lin. Clerk.
Pr_'int.cin. No.-(;G.oe HI. l'ti- .. liohn -r-.-
al t. J. i-i..',. iii.i-l.-ctor-; LouIu 1 rat< ,
Pald For HI .Tolke. cl--rk.
The' e.i;,,:" i.- f- i i f .-' ;1i .l llh:1i< 'ri-.-inct No -(eNo. \W 4 i:!i W'. M. -
the o00.si ". l- "* : i ... .-i *., 'It hi- o W m. Ii. Ie id.r-o- i. la-1 t, c, r-;'. E..r --
!it o ee 1i t'inct No. 7-I1. A. l.iId W F. Tl'.t'k r.
W as Y l: :i'i;; A i :' f, : iI:.. 'M.:,I t:t .I 1-:nte. kkl,, l it ctot -: WH \ . -t-
a rnesi of 1 I:- ': 1 ,i; '.i .' -;i ',V ;I h t'r'Ill# t t o. '- A..' l h ill;i .n.I 11. .)ow -"-
d< iln p idn: ,l i . i "i : t:i n ll : nS ,t 1. <. r t : ,* U ,- .' hlr
at I he < 'j> :. : ;,: ; 1' I l, h Fre wiit o. '.,- I.. 1'. tro N into VM IT art. W o I lr or .. W.. .1 ,

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L A e fa to -> ;' l ;.i1 I "v : I i : l ,I ,f .i* 'i ':-o t. ,. 1 .. I.t'c I.,;. I 1 1:1.r h .


out a1 s:\, S 1 i: n i ai : .i l i'si.t WVil I Pi tay. ll: -j.' t 1 -..l.*I it..t1 'a, 1k.
P; i g ( *l eP a+ :... l l 1 . ." l c i l N o .: -- \ . I. I -L I I" l : 1. 1. o i l d .
It Into V':,. In:, C- W"1 IIIt''-< s lI: t W !. n H M i tav( in t) ,r-o ; ". Mln rn,
half a c' .I .. ;, I ,.'. \i. .\No\-, don't crlkeik
S'r -ll;.'t N,,. I -- M liHt in0 lv ;;..r,-. A. go round :ia .v t I.ti. l. :. pli ple that ..r. I.. \h .,li-ani-. :i-| 'ct--ri- J,,ii A.
I don't pia:-y Iiv <-;'- .\eriit ;.c;rk.
1 N I i ~'reciiict Nt --t \\ llkili, 4i t-t.( .
l(Fr a ,Ii Ilaal i1 .a I.::.1 l:t'P \\.~ ;1 l|,; l k. .Cl. tt-' 111. lhl p l t ?t. '
ntudr. I .i' "\..'- "::. f: i i(t t!;., 1- n iito titin.-. 'l-,rk.
S l ... r -'h, -.r.nr. I. I W 1; I- W OO ,.., I.
ed for k.l .' -- .5 t' n. tsi is i!r iw. -.. ir.. vA illai un-. i- o- .
Itortci l r ] 1.::;. a'" r -, n idmo hiis lI:lt 1:. Ituii'^t, ," ,.Ik.
"I JIl.'t e-r..ct ;:- ;. Clop'i i .'. \.
sad Paid : "'H .,"b-,'-i !*! -' .,'r "o:iii.'r. K '.I. l. ;.ol,l, lioty liats .o!-; \\'1:,
I'll nevct e :-U .- v.'r'd t :"i'll i t ta; lB u t.'" .i: i 1 .- ,- t. ..I ,'lt m. ,r'rily ',i i i i i N.t'- tI 1 1 r wt : r : I:.
"A!' tE' 'l N' -i I i t rtr," 1 ,1t it-'v. tooitac.vI r,.
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t01\ 0 1 ', i, r. A. J pi'.r.. ... l. i er ^;> 1 s : r". 1 W'oO( ,ii,
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pIiSEy hem t 'kill I .:Ti1(-hiiiter 4:.. Si'' -!a

eit- "(et111ai- R f !. i-iIlt S-,1
lay wltit' I ~ ~ ~ 1,1~:. SI Sit :'4i' ii-. t..s vInv1Si'itdI- I.tsr 4:.. ttit. I i A t te f-m-
A MI i-imJE.II--7ol.)f11r thiciaba-i heldilcfilge 5i,-t un-i-a--t'i Lriri t
Lt(~itt. a.s'' i t t~ ~'.-?' I( .C1 111A t.-gue-tt &it- ,n sA--tiforth tiits e uti l. ,,:,tl
m ov ll e, i :, Ill- cti~a n- -halte lie cotit'iI ats the''
othr ay.saiti,"V-. (illi~) f111c lf lt vItiid ('I penraa'aptathesad t-r(4

A 1~Sf ti lleiL. ~fC'Eil.It If Cr.f- -hil. to' held atitI ay utime r tha tt.a-'
Foly'sHomy ad Ta i. al~ 1 ritec-5i St'(I '-lur forth vais.ti sad satner
the wlerv wh tne.. wi.l ip lrett critp'e inalAstnt, um,#-t~ertut 4of-haidmeet at th
other day. avinst theopiasioti -f.n1. awl Cte *-.r--cuuyJtiv.ei- a trtvt im-" i-

coldp. c 'au,!-'. e'tc.'.W. A. IYAlenl- tl- tel'ci, h ~-~ti- bv at~i
m:i .,tv -bi mai tl !-se the returnsof sat
berte. e"i"I 1J...
~ -i he i,,aaV tn 1- tit l 'hmallhe' rtinit(I W!
It j: z usoguiet i?-WOf iltte 51lUf S t-Si;n v hi-.'p~al'-, t. ni l iA n e o 1--
we offer thug? c itls'-'-tlhe Ics-olclQto sti Li~t 11fl1.S ...


GOLD DD8T.


'Twvo MetIn I!iurnri' ti I .1h.
CLAYTON. (Ga., April !. Alblsrrv
Garrett iand Albert Bnitl,-!,. tth r- .i-
ents' )f Prsilnnian militina di-strir. a
s eti(ll n of iabu)I cII 'Iunty ri', tno frt'nili
Claytoni wer- burned te d, *ath in til'
home of (Garrett some tijuo last uight
whilv in au illntoxi(0c ted cildition.


jBishop Fowler ('ritically ill.
BuFFALO, April 4.-Bishop Fowjer of
the Methodist Epis'cotxil church i se-i.
ously ill. He wav obliged to take hi'-
l.'d ten days ago. The bishop's condi-
tion shwveil iinpri)veniltn tohlay and his
three phy-iFiaus retaimt .rtriI hqut for
his rcove"rY.


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Foar Represe taAtiVP.
I hireb l) announce Iny'.ff a- a ,it :'I'. d t
fir Itepileeniit:tlivye of l canliiit tc iuniNy
FloralntH, in thli legi-lature, sulbj+'ct tu thi
democratic primaries.


(. 1 i N:l.. o JON .-.

l'or Reprtn's itlmiver.
I hereby announce niye'f a ft cardidai(tt
for Repretent ittiveof l tsca'nlia (E' Iinty in
the Leegi-lature, subjecL to the Ii.lilto'Clit.C
rriniarit-.
J. I:MMKT W\l.F'I.
For Sheriff
I herehy annou ice myself a- a candidate .
for IherilT of i.bca mbia C'ounty. anti r.--
pliectiully ask the support of amy ft iitnl-
and voters of the county. If electnil I il.
discharge the dties of saidottice telieiently,
fai.ly anid inpartially.
W. H. H 'Tt'IIINS. N.
F-'or Slherfl.
I hereby announce mitvself It n ca indidatet
for re-elvetion to 1 I' oiicet of sheriff of k',-
cambia county. Florida. and solicit the suf-
fcages and interest of all my friends.
(I0Ellwit rF. 7Mml I.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escbmbia county at the enisutiin
election. J. C. VANI'ELT.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILt.AN.
For Circuit Cle' k.
I announce ny candidacy for Clerk of thit
Cirult uCourt of Escatinbia county. s**uject
to the action of the ensuing IDemocratic
primaries. A. E. I,. DAN I F,.
F'or Circuit Cl-rk.
To the Voters of Escambia County:
I hereby announce rny elf a cartdidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit v .irt 4,1
Escaliitlla county and -.ill bte pl.--.td it
have, tlie tlspport of my friend and the
Vler" g .n r-n lly. .l tIIN 1if- t l { I.
For Tax Collector.
I hierehv announce my'elfa aa nnd.idat*.
for re-e! ila coutity, and ask tS .up)ppoi t friends and voters gener:llv.
A. H. JI'AlEvImFitrIF.
F'or Tax Collector.
he main y friends of JI!ud1 g -'. t[. 'r,:; a
having oltatilaned hI Is cin- t hli.r lv nii-
lnounc- hi It, a canntdidatt. forT'I't I .;!!' tor
or E .cailbi.a county at th e, ul tit:-. t' 1t ,
MANY \ ',N i1.
For Tax As..etN',r.
I h rehliy announced myi.'tlf i. li4'qE l .t
ont 'of x .A -'.'-.-.ir of F.;-H'nl!t a .I 'ln iit -iii
,ect to t!ie I'tic.ll of thi, lit-lltoc'ri l p5i iliE-
S it f, If l..- .td I E** e '. 0 t to I .I t :. p I(, (-
titt i-i of thr tax pa i..r- ti l n I 'l-. ii.
duty in ve-ry" d,,tail a'B I dld il !i'ii 1 ,n.
th," lttllee bi or'.

tr 4 Comiil1y A r';etit r'.
I tlinr anoli 'r I ytIf Ft' a .c:iinl !(i:.'t,' fit
t1 o* l ti t of ('CoulitV Tr.a-l' -;I' *..t t,
t t.;, actin of theit deiiocrit !- |; ;n]i y. an..
a-k ttih -tipport of uit, Iv teIi i <-.
W ll1..JiM E. ANtt 1 It-'N.
I or County Treasuis 'er.
I li'-r*elv annotunc ti ivms'lf for rt-- i sihationitn as trmit-lil 'Ie of lD ;i:ili;:
.'itlIItV. tLit'lI('t to a 1(df.'c s ll lt the. *ll-:'ll'-
tol -1 il.';l I ;i -I1pp *l'lt o> ;he l Voterl- of II;
collt,'.te, lii'il'.itv ing -n If 'I ir I h" f';t u' l!,
~:iiil, f i flth lnl p,*rficlrci 'ii"' of if tily lhll I
falt\ th tlo .H\ol'rrll 10 illl .. hay.-',Ijde-l tried tolit!1,! uri::i. I lt'' pa.!
t. nar. of the flice. .i. 1'..\ i :..
For Justice of hho I'Pen e.
I h- hr. 5E\ itiln uincf nl y :;nn';l:.i'i"v f 1 rI -
:, '.", Ii tii t. !: O t (Ic Of ,i; :-'f', of t'it 1 .: **
for tLi' tE-vo',fl Ili-trit. iil,.r' to t ti. ;ic-
ion a f to .-' ii iniat ing pa ii;iarie-.
!;o K I N J, .
Flw-r .Ihaticet ocf i li Pi ;e. ,
t\v i i -,'t; sti ollOf ii'!n:m ,re,;:m e tr'. i
!:I', y i im ltiii'iic lit carn':*'i .'. r .o .i-t -.
< I |r o',il 'if "'e Coiti t .-; : jl;* t ,
!: -' a rt 1 i of I onli ; t1::;i t S I t |..r '.
A 4.( -.
lF'ir rlaehol I l'Jt :;i E rl i **
I am t a ie :(tl.ldta!' for e<" l.; " ;. -
<| ;>t f p| !i',ir lI.- I".:;Ctio 1. **ubiJ,'' ;, o L.
,*'-l;ia.'.irit t lit'*.iarl -. I a'-r, !c,' t;ly *
I 'it th -e l'Tr-zr'- of t i. I .-c' tlliat a c'l;;i :
V t* PtP- It -t1 4 0'\,e-Illaiat 'i l p1 1tiof.
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I'.ir *wt.!i" I ?%Etup lin T', 11- \a )' tr"r off F l-cal t 1.tI i :i .t;. y:
I t'.,i lit .i ):a r i iIV ;t* ilIv [a ta *.!l .,
'uo r :r.;t*-',t-,'it o, Pu iin".- I.a-t ti :o i .
|F -cati'Ci ll ln 'r ty" al.,! a. a l. ,LI'[:) >r' f I- l.fI
f i-i nd- .ald o. '- :. r;-'|y.
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r, h.v i :;;. i '. f : n ,'tl, .in '.L f1 r "
..'I st:. h l'>- ,t .ty. t- I] ]u t' t.
Ii \ ,- I')r-l . I, I- N I Ii ,;; I',( ( ,r- f ': l p l-
:nr % lit t;. v -jli: 4 no-
('' *i, i rr''i I l i','?i lI. N i;. s 'onK .
l-For i.'2 ntltl'r -.livohol 4ioart;.
l v th- ;re; '-"t olf frir-nd- I fhr.-il ,y l.
:.aii:l..:: 4'I .ntsi h V -.oh ol t'i nrd for N+orlth,..!
Iltil'! d -tri- tn >..'i!>to t to the action 1:
the ceolio'i ati i lana;ry.
A. '. RR9":w r<>-..I=;.
3-Eor l.-satI r w?)I Phhool t Kaoard.
Yieldinc to th' urgent reelUest of friends.
I have (Ircit,'J t,) again he-eorm a candidate.
,or aiinIberof thf school bald of 'scarlbia
county. 'u'ject l tothe action of the ,E('no-
cr-' e arama.rie- K. WAI!O
For Member i'chool lHoard.
The friend of MR. J. I;. pT3WARD of Wal-
nut Hill. havait y-cured his consf.it,
hberehy announce hils candidacy for nm-m-
ier of the Ebcamtbia County School Hnp.rrt
for th.u northern alstrict. subject to the ac-
t:rn of 'h* democratic primaries.
I-or Tax aatimel4r.
The candidacyof Wil'iam W. IRicharld *


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CUBAN CABLE_ IN SENATE.I
Petition 1-4Presente laby 31r. st,-Avart
From Hiets1ness Mesn of I- latndl.
W.'%l41NtlTOt\. April 4.-A VaEhof
beautiful fli iwer'- adorn-i :1 t:- ..-1k iof


friend ` inI ri- -~iioaon N,- .af:iailkl 0
the Puf-rt, a iav3 111,1.

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The Kind You Hlave Allwa' vw
Beflars the Signature of


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DAILY MARKET REPOIT3.

COTTON.


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CHICAGO. April 4. OPUM CrLtaN
WHEAT--.\ ri.. .... .... 67,
WElRAT-Mav ........ .... i
W HEAT-J uly .......... ',
\Viil.:Ar-.- erl)eib r .. .... ti, ,
LORN- Aprii... ...... 40'+
CO-May ... .. :". '40 .... 41'.
CORN-July .. .... ...
Con as-Se-ptet mber .... 42..
UATis- \prit ...... ... .... 2.4
UATS-M ay .......... .14 .... : :'i
UATS-July .. ........ '.
PoaK- \ki 1.. ... .... 13.-
POaK-May............13 13 .... 1:1.*.,
Po t 1J li V".. ......... .... 12..2
LARD-- \priI ......... 6 5
LARB-May...... .. .Ii, ,.75 .... 6 70
LARD-Jul V ....... ... 6.77',
tilS- April.. ..... .... 6.9N1
tisi-Ma-y. 6.7 .... 6.9 t
UIBa-Juiy ....... ... 6 85
NAVAL STORE I.
5AVA,' VAtlI. Anril 4. -S spirit ttirpy)
tine firm at 5:3 receipt. 571): Malem 571;
exports i.ioe. Rosin. pales nominal; me-
dltimm (quit't: .ot-- irm:; receipts 234':
sale 1,451l exports none. Quote: A. B, (,
D, $1.45:: E. 1.59; P. 11.53: G, 61.00- H.
I1.44: I. '.u0. K. 82.2 ;: M., 2.50.S N, $-'.S.
windowglais $3.07; waterwhite 83.35.
WILMINOTOS. N. C.. April 4.-Spinta
turpentine steailyaid unchanged; receipts
7. Hosin steady ani unchanged; re
ceipts 555. Crude turpentine steady and
unchanged. receipts 5. Tar firm at $1.2';
receipts. 5

Noveltie.s in Men's Jewelry at
White s.

Five Thousand Rolls
of %Vall Paper in stock. all of thela-
t,-t pattern, aui)d llntire coming.
Pt ices from e to $1.75 per roll, .J. E.
o',(s & Co., No. 11 N. 1'alafox,
Phone- :'.2. 24f-tf





I',Ii,'r inti t ('rea \V tfers. .its af-
t(-i dliltilr dality. A-k yvouiir ttla!
lir thlill.

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


EVI' Y I)ILOP


In Use For Over 30 Years.
TrNf CaUvasU cOPMoa TT TU urSa evaTay.T sm YOt cate




hs H. ITTurner.


P.*ARCHITECT-*-:


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General Contractor.


'.ill it ilI i; ilri .:I.i ntIl ,iNil ( rlat, S o1rtl... l ,,'i:, ., -
1nd (;a Fi-z inIz.

A Complete Plumbing Department undci

Management of E. B. Morey.

1V il -\rti-i- : I' iizn-. E-stimll:it"- Plain- aii J Sfcilo t ',"i
ing 'f All I indl-e, l'repared on Short N.,tic,.

L 'A\ nL -.ie and 1 Carefulily 'le-l,.Ie'.I St.Ick f' l--i i 1 i -
Tiling iof All Kinlit, l.ath Tubs-, C(l,,-.. ant l iii- I.t.h 1l A; i, .
Ilot \Vater and (;as Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WELLES,
ViCE-PRES II ENT.


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Place For Pensacoia

Buyers to Buy


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Our AddreT-
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'-- beauty of t!,.- I.i

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ALL WORK C, 0, 1).


Y- -' ALi-P~D FOR AND DELIVERED !F.
WAlt3CP-P? JX.GRAMAA!. Manager.


ESTABLISHED 1863.


ChoiceFamily McKEN.ZIE OERTING & CO,


GROCERIES

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i The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store





IE$TZ & GO.,


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.

608 AN1 O.I0 64. PAIjAVOXX gRERT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINGO ". 'U
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8MEL & HON'S P'I M-

Givai, Isera, Pf Jts. Ills, lutl6i Instrnmtis, arts, iciBrs, I1
COMPA4-Eq. LOGS. TIC.
C. McKenzie teri:s: 'Collpetin~Agent for Hir Pilot- P,-. -
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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


DIRrC'-OR$S:
E. WELIE?, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Ssiunder.; 6 ('10.
11. HILT'ON GREEN.


A General Banking Busines sTransiarct.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900 3


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RUItin~ MODERN MINE SALTING.

ThI e Way This Swindle Is Artfully
Worked In. Mexico.

X 'Mine slninowvaday-s ,Ims devel--



A~q4 AU;4X llotl into ali t-k u iaa e art," fair'in un-
jtbiig I t~*.j 'i! aan voL sla- s1% to It-
it ltiii.,iitA fi jei- I ii m-et.w ioiI.ofU snot

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bURHAM Cigars have
en tried and fire test-
DAlemberte sells
.- --..870 91$


Alsaek'kAle%!
In a LI .' far ,
liISa.iti e I ICE tl oi.]1
r, 1a'lt is ruiil!-g St."l,
Wilt I e ois'L,,t -A.
-4-hiaago Ntw'u


Itults I',"- Lent.
Al! t!,e faithful who have e,-in-
p't-d thIir tWa-ntyt-first ye-ar ;inlI
wIll have not bfgi11'i their ixtieth
y, a.r. :aid w ho are niot exempted fr, Ill
the obligation of fai.tinii by .,ickne,>.,
!; 1til wloik r other well known reia-
i ', :itr ,liigi'd to fa-,t on all ti:,
(l:v-% f I,. it. eixc'pt Suliday'..
():i t1 <. day- blit one full meal i-
,!' ,< d. wtLich -litould liot be t'Akti.
bt fore noinii.
('Cti-oin allow- a cup of cel.T, e. ten
oir t. i'i ('l ,oc late. ;Ind a ns t il pi-c.,
*if bread ir a crack, r. t.- 1'- t ,keoi itn
';:,* i.1 ,r:* i'iT d in 1 i ,V t ,e llinL'., nt
(*. .' i' il!. ,t .x,', iie i : te h lh Itoultht
l:irt oif :11i ,'r:!i Iry Ineal, i- al!'weld.
At !;s- c ,lll:titon. Iutter. clihe-c..
inilk,,--g- aa d t 1!i kinds of fruit.
ti-il :.eni l ve.'tLI'l ;:r ;t :il iW.'il.

:k i :i t i r -n. i I.l p-r11 -- o'loe to
tike t It' .il. 11 iti C, n in H i. e Illi ii:, '
.tlI ti.- Cit'lrl-r in the eVtiriin. i
Aht-'i'l<,l'I' retlil thi-e i-e of lt!".
I .i 7! eli)lI l tho Wedi !)--Iitx
I- i in ed on : r.l tlCe \t :anl-litl a
. u:d y I':::O rW, \\' k a;i d 1 >n Holy
T'fi i -v r; ..' : ,t i -' :.l row ,' in c<'l,, I
Si-!: fand, i1. h :.re not :llowh d i ;'.
l :11.0 'l :y o h il ,iv i nI tSti(llt-.
I d-.. ell- ilk :,.(i d buitt r ii .iv
.. *. d ,v).. ;, i .il r1 ,f tie-*r 1- rve- ulllmen i dei d or,
S ..i d i,' (l:V y.
Pr-on. exempted from the obli-
.tili.n of f.asti[:; are not bound 1;,
t;;' r T-~Ii cti uI If u ing meat but
**Toi a day oil the day. in which tlih
ii- I, illegal t .is p aeriiCted by di-pen-
:7 1 'o011.
Children ovtr -V VeC l vy,-yearr of iV(e
- bllound by the liw of abstine.ltoe.
li|l*. excuseded by -lckire Is or other

The paschal time. in which :,i1!
('atholicse whio have coina to lth-
\ ;ir-J of dis-retion are houind to ro-
0 e IV lly 1oinlii.>I worthily. x x
t-ini- tfromi thet firct Sunday if L-ol,
till Tiinity Suinday, inclusive. ( hil-
drein ov -r o- ven years of aige ai
inid by ilthe precept of tannuial (on-
fe- inu. Paisttr-e nid parents shroul,
->e that the children comply with
this d audty.
T'tio holy season of Lent is a timn
of prayer. of sorrow for in, of teclu-
-iou from the world and iti amu-np-
tnenti, and of generoup;r aim.gAivinI
By a special indult (granted to thI
Iiihi p-, of the U'nited States for *,-
iv-ar-., datei1,r from Mar; h 1. ls,'i
w,,tkitz iu people, who cannot ea-ilI
,..1iterv" the e(.mm.on law of th'-
churh,. are diwpen -,'d from the oh-
li ition 4of ab-'ia-,nce on i ,1ll days of
t ,' %v-ar -x(C<-p t Frid:tyC. A-i
\\V l'l,.--d:iy. l ,ky \V 4,k mnd ( 'l-ri--
i ve. T' ii i-;wil:-. it- ll .- It'-
; i, 1 I.- ilXp t f .' i li th, : .ld. it,'. l ,ti
li-:t,<':i t, ( n;d. w hlri -uch ,'x-
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i:;' .,-- or call at the efiie.'
1 N \' a. ". xf, .t-ire,.t. w t:, tn i -
,l-t.I1 of a .r ,eli,:-r. B. I). HotInh'at.
lt lu ii-'*. A eiit Cat the 1.'arpenter'i.
li d .*oiher" union. wilt! uriih you
with th~ d aesire.d help on short n1-
:ice. iiatf


RUSSIAN POLICEMEN.
New Govermor'- Test For Theli
Alertmess Was a Failure.
A good story is LivK;g told In St. Pe-
tersburg of the Iuissansi police which
the pap-ors pl;rUoiu.l-e to bIO exceeding-
ly charactl,.i-i.;,.'. ,r: governor was
Sintt to a I-ihiiti ,i.un in: the interior,
uanIC the i;i' I l.: a.i;- ;il. o;upll,.ia :. L t ti>- p,,ic.M v.(ore lha:lJly
org:iniiz i. *,LI .' !.(,\. '\il'r I:it:(,h Ithoy
w'Aie,' v.;: a ;. iL.'vy \voi.ll l I er co ime
wheln ti;-, v. ll .,iint ~ri;. lThe govern-
or I!ete,' ;ii-iU -l to t1 st ii. s f,.r hiiiuself,
:-o u,,, u.l.hit hli set out for the bar-
ul vs V. lIre. tli pIolii'-e anIll the l fire
l ij.:i:'., v. re thia' ut'iiCU1e
tli C C.:ir "
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"If : i :i v. !. .::_1 Ill! l .1 CrI 'lose
by. s\.'ld X ,' :':;I. .o iutr j,st'. "
"N i V ri ywilr lla'X i- in'.1."
,(.. sI i.I l.,' l.\ 'l n ir. "You
::.il\\ i .'l Ir l Jlu; \\ ,1N !. \\ 11hat would
3 ,n ,h'.N 'N
"1 \v,;:h. l lt.w ln y .in tl, tou I rouh e
t1 l:a, t r ."
S"<,, l.. L.,et n< i ')I) i.. s 'im, one is
t Wi.:: ; '- r' .,l 1: ,,,. 1 .i, lee,'l "
Tler' .i .o:'Tr-h l t\v I t nolt i soul an-
I1. .I IA l .:!,\\ ; : in id ";I.a !i,
bui t Ito :ii ic sib I n1 ' r-eVl t'i-. l fhII .
"Th'l t \\iitl d,.," is:tid tlh- goverInor at
lI-t,. **Yee i l, :\ \v histlshed y.ou)r utmi ost.
allin l. l y li:ros ; but. at ;iny rlat.
y,,r ,,,'-.i, :,,., i -:;:nquil. Now you
:c!'sl o I -;'i ;o l'IT 1:111 c nli hav
1 ,,;l n.i:l.'c;r" l, t ,v o) r tLr, li:!'.s ovor.
It is' V:I.:" -.s i"y t ,rni it liy trying
to w ':!; .\ ,, r ,*:.,: (!1. -hi pii iar to
slr 'p lii,. 1i -, d , l. prolud of i i st :!(ly ;ohli ers."
\VithI t!i;It othee .'ovflrior \vent off.
cn relll i;!i iin h ,If lint no onei
woulld lo.ciL.,,y t.1 :;-0 'ii>o. his pollce of
haviu n -1lir 1- in the nmidnuight tuur-
ders of it thevtn.

Out ofr slat.
An lni;l4ish t'otton liyer in Memphis
was talking willth the clerk of one of
the hotels the other day when a com-
mnercial traveler raine utip. "H'Ilow you
feeling, Bill'" sa"d the clerk as he ex-
tendedl his hind. "Oh, I'm just out of
sight," replied the drummer.
Aft"I thel Olnuillr'in. mUan hild4 been
as.i :zedL his ruowi t!:e l Englishmann
tu'i:-ld to the cleit'it ail inq)ui'-red what
lie l:tf:int by "o'ut of sight." Tho cl-erk
'exii.m t!, :t 1! w ,lie lnt lihe was feel-
ii ::;, it. Pio l tile l.. iielli.- iu:tn record(il
it in hlis Ilt l., lo< k..
I a',, I.-xt iniorn'ini, wbhn he same
(l,\. l. i :! 1 Ilv' lerk. ft!low il:g
l~ii- i;-:.::1 c -,,m, {i<'.::d how lih fr't.
' 1".' I:: .l-:i w n I ,,t'.1ii t it a good tilm e
tI .y ::. f his newly hlearii.'d slang
n'.1'. \. t'.: I.4' ;1ir t.f one wliho lhas s olv-
e-l a y.i k'ilun'l .'C- .i:m at ;ll 1r.l uplih
1 '.u.:T;;; '.


lotion unld C'oloe.
Tl r.- : liiii,,I l tW. ,'e*i light anr.l the
M'\ ;.ir \ ". 1 ; : i..lf i. annd the rapidity of
;, \,l, ';:,:, otf I. th*i Ctn o)p'ih 'e n et -
..s ;;y to pl > Cll.'o, t l "r sf::>:liiuols are
Sa;:. ,.i;-. 'TI o t tIhe s nii: ion of red-
'.s i':r i'..4 :r a. 1 ,:t.ted .4'2.0
IM .4I 1. ;:: : I of vitlit. 707..01,).UO -. -S0
that t; srvn si't'tI 1lud rainllbow, whose
1tinr :':.-A ,.:,th1ii C: a:,e Is reared out of
dro's oif water that are ever shifting,
play's upn I lhe human eye in a manner
so astoundiu.n that the strongest tindi
ii.ht stag'fr t-,neath the awful reve-
l.int i'.-IAoudon Opinion.

1 lT:.I1: lKNO1N1 I AC 1F.
'That thie in j'aiityV f 4 s ri'ul- di
ca-c- originiate in disorder of ti.e
kilt,-y-. oley's KiJne'v Cure is
atiaranteed. Try It to-day if you are
not ftelinig well. W. A. D'Alein-
I), rtc.


Bran the mt e be You Have Al~wsas oiugt!

of e44t

C(',mIp runninllv, for the la-t lot of
tol-.. i.hbbyh pearl Alpino Hi- at at .;
'(plts iat la-t-d a week ; 25 doIzenri
more jpi-t i-Iiv, d. but they Wili"'t
la-t l.a ,.. \VW hie's.
oltu SALE.
.t a hig,:iin. 7i; acres :'i) untn er
tei. ant ld cltivation, the balance
otdlald~. >' of Ia mile north of C.tr-
dlova Park, with 4-room house, barn
:nd two stalbles. Price *t;f For
tll their iziforniationi, aIppy to V. R.
I)ut1laie. on place, or J. E. I)uhuis-
-o.n & Aro.. city. 1:3iln1

Three Large Stores
-'ll ,.f FI' NTT'r iI Trl, fir,.-t
!i:, ,f \VWiAnut lBedroomi -u:toS # ver
.t1 w:. in Il', i>-: iotla. P'rety. nte-atly-
('ll -lr, 1^<1 ~.,;ak I (ir: .i ii .-- t-. tit
11 k1 >. i aId lI rt!.4. rI I Ip IIt
,i, ;. l. 'tk at t::o n.
). M. P' I. < LS
ii iri:tin l'urni-hi'ier Hiiu'.

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

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL L.*1AE A, BROKFPACE.
L'I Y 'I ;'"IW ZV !Y. VA. :MIN';
.\AN IM1 1 ;F'ii .A N i)
1- o A -\ I.I-..
Loans Placed at Reasonable 1a'es



H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
Fr-'tsi 'l'e*,nni-ss-e and Native MTan:-
(hicken- and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear of Johnson & SODn's Store
INTENDENCIA STREET.


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Medical Society. Asse don. --GOLAY-0
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at Grist and Corn Meal Mill
the Board of Health ot~ar at p
o'clokp.m.Tuesday.April lI0and24. F. CONZAIEZ & CO., Pr o
Visi: in physicians are cordially
iuvin-, t" attend. Manurfacure-<
1). W. McMILLAN'. M. D., CHOICE M.AL ANI Pt 'itlEGKl '
.- . Presidentt .,, - >....f


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TERRITORIALOOVERN~MENT.
House Itesumes Consideration of Hill.
Me~owell Speaks.
WA-41LINOiTIN, April 4.-Withont pre-
liminarv bu~siuesd the house resuimedI
conlSideration of the b-1ll to t-.tablish iu
territj)riatl governm-nit in Hlawaii Mr.
MueD'jwvell of Ohio, aI mcnib-r o 4i
comint to.' oa tern rrito". wvas. th~t-ir,,t
spec ker.
While Mr. MeDowC 11 was STN-:tlkvi:
the clerk of the msenatv ann. C'7nc.l thatt
tho Puerto Ricanubill, %vithii .uifry
amiendmentts, had passed (lthe s*ijate,.
There wa~s noi dernoin'stratih1 wht u thr
house received the aun01111i"11.III t.
The bill wms referred to the cotiomlrre.'-
ou %,,av% and mealis.


i-' Panner: 3aove. It is niatle from u
prp!-crijitodzi by a world wide known
4;ha -jpeci~li-t anid is po-sitiv'. IS the
gno-t lieu! ng salve- for piles. Lurtis.
sea dd-, nicettr..,, ruitining 5' res antd


The N.-w (Columbhia $1 -thirt is:I
eriacker~aek ; this sea~on- 1.0~w prixjg


NOTICE".
ii' ~ erto~h givali that .edt~
om.tia 4-r de-mand.again..t th.- e-tat. l-
~ieltern i.hr I-cae.a revquireato pr.-
sp t fltIPin-m ittPiim t A years, tiw4 P--i' runir'
phi..A. A.F1IoI L IL..
'Cr ~f the tate of 11vcui, .h .ii.

in the F~r-t .udivial C'ircuwt (,f .'.d~
Cirw r('t ourt of E-seaninhia CewL :t 1ii
t hmsic r..-r Ili ii forai sr I)V eI .
ma~tt iej. %%'it bon. Comiplam-ient,
Ralph Watson, JDefendaiut.
*jfl..*i-t~aiuiiH aptai Wat'-on. ii req i! -f'i
to appear to t lio ahove 1iI)1:1 of .1:
Mald fit-ra~in. on Mondlay. May 7th. >.i
This order to bspuhtii.be~d CnfltCI'77Cwot k. I
for eight consecutive weeks. in t eI'ii.it
cola IJAII1.'t'N Iwma i. t-wspapt-r pub] ~i Ij,(
in the (icy of Pensacola, i'ioridLa,
A. M. M C MI L N.
uleric C'ircuit C Jtirt.
By I1. i. 1.lUkToN.
D-. pu ty ClePrk.
Pe'nsacola. Fl'a.. kieb.:0,4 1101.I. lodwsw



IIndigestion!


DUR3HAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
ITry them at D'Alem-
berte's.


K 1-'V ,-' Ce I2 I iu1:] M!e~

i-Alr.WALT (:eMs'ANY.


I For L. C-! .. f'4. ; r~. nri k-1 ,1. 4 1-
I~il ~ : rrv- I z 11tor -, 7o, :1.u :

T-- n'I.Av- 1Fort I'syrntaca-, for I-e:iss-
7: ro. rrt ve at Pens aco'..ii 'd ; 15a. im
11:' p. :.. rive : '....ee~r rli ~ ii:4 p i
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~ '1. ~ P u
T), In :iV. PM.
tsp. P.nM.

:1,R O K W .r.K 1) A Y 4.
1P16n~ackla to FoIrt Jrrancas and return Mec
P#4naacoia to Navy Yard a~nd return... Me
?osna~.o.a to Palmetto Beach and return Me
FALS FxOUIY4 DAT
foenlaoo;& to 3-tHRrranoa .14a VY
N & rd anC r.-turn....... ......... ...
Penswols to Palmetto each band

No fralirbi received after 3-15.P. i.


1- : 401 South Pailafo)x St..
IWe challenge the world Phone No. 1ii. P. 0. Box i.
to produce a remedy equal : VUINi LA ClLL Railroad Exehan e, Phona ae. .
to the Matchless Mineral AWARDED PROFES2IONAL OARD8.
7. FRENCH NATONPRZE ---------
WIater for the cure of In- \ R N T Dr.arels ere y.
OF*.MareelI u5 e(Oreary.
digestion, Dyspepsia and 16,600 FR.AS
allforms of Stomach, Bow- S Psicia avi Sr OB.
cl T ro u b les a n d S k in D is- C .... . ..Mce... :'i V.'' *r.19orys .tr
,l ,",; ..' , .:,'C *r. *~ ii '. -' ..I 1C,t:rifv 'tl" Iin 4 Pittalaolu ttret -l. P lhin "i."
eases. Guaranteed to cure i ,.1,,, \':. ,J, ot -
Or money refunded. Cost I I Q ,.-, D,. W D w.
,., DR. Wx. 0.]Djswz T.
only 5 cents a day to use it. ci l i orrIOE-Hah Bros.' Drug to.
rnedi,.. pr nf.i,n .,'V
One dollar bottle last twen- .,.resc-nt, from a 'l l "e'-,rv ',d n.,I'.il REPIDENOB-400 B. JiackMa Stree
t r I sof Appetie ,.in i. :1 N.: orderss.
ty days. Paris: 22 Rue Drouot. :.4
Ib l d. ,Now, York: E..Fougera & Co., 26 North Wli'am St. W
For sale by all dru istis: 144? tN W 04- W to
also II'. T. Green 4- Co. 7 er. .; ..-- m011aticf P sici and arlgml,
S. Palafox Street. PE NYROyAL tPILLS oal o.,
OR ADDRESS .snre:. ir. o.y ,.... PILL.. Offers his profesion lirvi'ee tfe eitl-
OR ADDRESS i p!, AF zo ne Ul of Penslavoln.
V. I ritL('INlCOIN,-TE :',4 *;N.l.lll EspolAl atteBtlontiven tu t> lr ai mntm
W lLI N old ni,,,.i,,, .-,-. ..... of:,, ron.loDio, l.o,, Il.v ..* o,
li ll;i l l/I IlI,.'' w Tke- no" tbipi. riu... Wom-n and <'htl(rln.
-- I 1 : "rroua r ubat ,llu.t on iad its-. Thirty Yea.sr4 Praect 11 i th, Mouth.
W. W WI S I 0 ( ., 1. ,,0p-rf- Iart .llc rlr. Tll .ai.omlnti ). e flour.;:- v a. Il, to 1. in., : to 4 p. a.
q VS l".Id -Itel fe f r Laidh .". ,il: 1f .o -
G e W. Ala. -L s wo iin01ume ...lr. soi'.. Residence Phone No. ?)0.
G reenville. A la. Il P'" 7.. ..C.I-hl.he s.t< hrlal Oeo. f tL-, ruid.I' F.'. rer nt.R'nant RB 'lin'f-Rownr .


<,., ,vir.LF,AIa Aug. i,. ),,,. &' CURE YOURSELFS Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
II ;',.,' i-roat pleasure in corrilfynllg to th, tt "* 1iE 41 f,,r Imi llatii-i.
T.il i.v af.< thith merit of W ilkinson's Mitt hi- In i *tl i.r* ., ril. .. ti,, r'.
lt-eN >.ir;s i:l Water. This natural ininersl I ursibt..I i nr'.iti.- i r I.:' u, iA S TR
tool1, ',,1liiy personal hk'owlPdgp, i tK-in it .n.o.f. f r i,, .... ,:,, , ., DENTAL .S G.E.O.N,
(ireei*ttv*,tt ecIa".. Patnf l l'" -. l 'il. l'.r .n.*, n'-
!r sin a wolti a ti miniles eqts of Greenvlle. BS eai Tem r'oe "- a,, i
in tli. hl' condition in which it i sol. II * THN:EiA3CE vALqCo '. o .r r I aN iC, T i P i 34.
aiv. .s.-en 1t1 i water used. with wonderful cC.sc.T,o.i sold I>y Dourl.t*. i..
s.ire--s. for dyvspepsia. Indigestion. sore ar..A. r mt n I ':.: wrirr' .
. ve.. Mand for eruptive dise.ases. sores and 41't *rr,' rr Irl A
il-e'rs 4,n man and animals. Asla remedy Cr G ar wr n-,CisrC-iw-t
for iths* trouble%, I do not bellove its
-iutl vxi-ts. It is highly reconime.ded by -- U ND I R B
pitf .ciaiIs for a number of disease. To be ive
ZKLL (ASTOW, To be (iiven By
Jldi' of Probate Court, Butler County HOPE LODGE of H
i.l,.ma. HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of ff..
Theetiny Capele ssresuperior dd Fellows Hall, Warrington.

LO Gbb IandORY Inection Monday, April 16, 1900.
ThLeOSIEinTORY icumW4. .hou..the
T Ome diseasswithoot anyincon- Tickets 45) cents. lIadies Free. Free
KNIGHTS OF P*Y' al&S. ^< eniece StLDBYALLUl STSlll*
I'GaTl O ece .....SOLD_ ALLD I Transportation on Dummy.
Peui.auola dodge. No. 3, K. of P, __


meet every Monday even.
ing at 7:.1). at ('atle flail.
in flutchenson hall. West
Intendencia street.
'lsiting brnthrtin cordially
weloomed.
H. J tDiVVI%.,
It. lo I.o.:. C. tC
K. H. & S.


W' 0. W.
L~ive(Oak Camp No. I Av.., qd en Elf I Ile
lW..rldl.
-,et-; first sand thir-d I"'. lv '.17t it"
: I tC'tvtC.'CIbW. iWt. U AC'C%
S.T; I'i. i % m T s. CIPer k.C. '


IIOWLIS B1tS..


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JUST OPENED.


lowI C0riova Iutlt ali CoE Shil,

*--Everything New and Clean.--
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Re-ular Mealk Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all htiurs. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


.E\W1LJ It. Id;N C oUNN '8
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Real Estate Agents,


Rt!2~t-N-XI&':L Y-TWO Ol F T'111:
LI tC '.FIALt. LIFE. API.
AI7 LN"1 "T, I I 1urLFFY PZ. 1E
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Qflitel States.
tY~i,4OD~iW(7I SLI~TRD)


HOTEL


(~J IUROPEAIN PLAW.


Three Reaular

Meals Each Day

,:c Erch.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Nlight.
(IYSl'!:R.-.; FISH{ AND) GAME (OF ALL KINDS I.N SEA'.ON.'
Special Orders at Any Hour.
vrv--F~i'' io l $1.-,,r IaY. LOD3GING:
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THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No.,%North Palafox Htr.-et.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. No. i South Palafox Street.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. A" Kiads o, Plumbing and Gas ~'ittungs Materials Kept on Hand
Voice I ulture. Violin and Piano, Le:piz-
y.tem; also ;uitllar, Banjo and Mandolin. Z0L9EPHON' S2 ** v'lWS 4 L', l WLA.


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Acme Beer.

THE BEST BF!R: SoLI) IN
PENSA'(OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A'so Sld by M. Perry aa ifn. states.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty. zi
Prompt Delivery and Sati,-faction
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,


Patronize Home :Inii-'rv. for there Iq
every rejason you 'hould yo. ur Mel .Iand
Mock Feted from the tiont, IuoMiufacgnrer.
for by .o doinu !you enie.'rs-esboire Iudges.
try. Your money.,% left lo clie .- mmuun 7
Hond ywt iIII turn are. rdirec, I v en.Sik-d
Ins 'o-otrinz l'tbhot. Irol,e ip Mzufnwiirvr you
11)1!r~ut. t te agi.-ifItxor. ion owe
I't tt Ij- cc:!iIuniyIn w*~ h ich you live&and
whl--h coit r~butteb to yoor support .


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.
I5


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:W. alter "'ate is home fr.m a
-- \ -It to laltiuiort anid oth-

1. I ngi-land of St. L.mis- wa-
i:s- mornigii'* ai ival- at
SI -' .ainbila.
4 J 1.-ll Ib It this mimorninig
1 to a caivau--.rig tour
S:' *e \ o ei -.
S i. -r it .- little, Folk's Inii,-
- \\ ,*lii-d y ve-i iig April 16i
. : 'ke-t- e-atl,.
S McJutflie, Jr of Vi-oiala,
.- s ..,! g tll ian reo i-tt-r.d at


State finances are in such gord Some folks' pretence; to always
condition that Governor Biloxham. undersell the world are rather tirt'-
by authority vested in him l)y law, so.m. No one ha monopoly -of
ha, ls issued instructions, that the state brains and money. It will be a so r-
tax proper for 1.Xi '-hall b, two and ry day for this town when comuipeti-
a half mills on the dollar. :t reduc- tion ceases. White's.
tiion of a half nmill fromii t.:- 1. vv nf
Last year. Nobby 'Spi iln. Su;'- for young i i. n
at \Vl.It','-.
Mr. Janme- Mclean. fa*h,-r of Mrs. .
A. I). Morrison of this iy. ,(;I, 4 at
i- 11iin.- at Kinox HIi:. Walton
ollility. .March ;1. 114 '. a.; d about
'1 yve-a;rs. Mr. c.,aii was one of
the oldt i t iand tiiit ~tr'e-pected citi-
zen- of W.altoni c'iunitv. ihaviing liv-dl 'Vep-in Pepperiiit Watfe.'s aid di-


: ; .'i to day. tiere. -iitc-. 122.
\\% I i.,.im of Newton, N. J.. ar- Divis-or No. 1, Ancient Order of
:. i # : tnis ignoring and reg. -- Hiba -rniani at their iiic-tiing last
.i thel Merchanta. nii.lit. decided to give a grand I)ew-ey
.1 .1 I .mpson of Columnbu Ga., .a' demonstration at Ki;friian'
",1 .I lt:, i tyon .~ ll a iiGa., lta d ; aik May 1. Coninm ittee- we.r, ati-
.int t,- ityla-t night and is p.inted and an elaborate program
-.-: it ti Mertclianit-. %will be prepared. Dewey Day la-t
'.I- A. It. Fairs.. a irster of .Mrs. year. under the .same auspices, was
S\ I;it( f tof in- cit.v. died ye-tcr- a grand event. The Hibernians say
1 .it It' li 0e' (JkIlt0ona. .M is.-.
\r i nal Mr-. I rank B;. adclilT
ow 'at tI 'ne u thie.r handsoune
w re--idehce" on North Alcaniz 0Som e I8tere

A ir ..unlar meetings of the Chamber
Sininie i called fr 7 o'clockCapital of the Four Gre
I, :. A full attendance i llnm- l
:-I- ,- i, .i.-ted. RaLnIr nf Tgn1oland-


Mr 1. ('. Tuni-on will leave to- o
1., a* mring for Havana. vvia Bank f France, . .
. i ;p:i. on prote--sIonal bu.im,-s., to
,.-,for -snne we.ks. Imperial Bank of Germany
Va elt, candidate for Bank of Russia, . .
I I,!'. 1.I- fully recovered Irom his Ba l o. s
:; iiiie-- amid I- miiaking I a -ac-
C ,.iva-- :inmong the voter!-. Total, .
It f- flhirIg blats Ida and Sadi(.
rt ..v.d t! i,,,nori.ing withJ FUIDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IISURANCI
: unaid- <.l anist; .mackerel. '


*A. J Cth:1iijui i"a huin LON)tlI

i~j i'*li('Iof B 14 I't'andi

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* .' .wil le awill'-ibh.,a ~
** iimmimi-rm iran;'. :;I='' w- *u

-k 11,11fine-klav tt-~re- will I
#I.re rut144' .rv. hbnt 11w-..
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**:* 4 t. k- 4 dti clii .-d (- I isa r --d
r!.;Iiof- itl 1 4 vi! t IX t .I !1
-~1 -41-1 A da Ust I I f
1!14-i')C t IulfP. a -4 1, a
V ot f ,I 1


gestion. A4K your dealer tor them.
Nobby Boys' Knee PantQ, with
Double Breasted Vests, at White's.
The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's.



it Figures.


It IHanrks ( the WorldI.


$86,047,935


reach the diseased portion" of the
tai'. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional reinedies. Deafness is .,cau-sed
by an iintlanifd condition of the- m1u-
oimis lining of the Eustachian Tube.
WIlhen this tube i-intlaned you have
a rumbling sound or iinmrfect hear-
ing, and whien it is entirely closed,
D)atnessis thle result, and unhl.-s
tho inilaiitination can be taken out
and this tiuhe r .-tor(d to its normal
cuunidition. 1' ari i. will !.b (ld stroyed
lorever; nine c;as --s uit o)f t' n I,#r1-
caused by eatarri, which is nothing
but an itlnied condition oif the
inuo us surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for ainy case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cures by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars; free.
F. J. CHE EY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 7(c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
New spring arrivals in Silk Neck-
wear, at White's.
J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
ment of Solid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon
Fechheimer Fihiel Clothing is
cqual in every respect to made-to.
order garments. See the new Spring
arrivals at White's.


36,500,000 A special communication
of Escambia Lodge, No. 15,
28,560,000 F. & A. M., will be held
. 28,560,00G Friday, April G, at 7:31) p.
S. 25,714,920 mi. Work in Tbird degree.
Visiting brethren frater-
$176,822,855' ally invited to attend.
By order W. M.
L. C. |ENNETT,
E COMPANll M A flA1 I Secretary.


FCI THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31,1899, if wwtiqW I wUl

Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
T hi iii \\ f.iri,i ,* 1 I, i 4 of Thi' l ItM : (I:l life In uri- r f:ii, C, iiiii ;i ,1
Ni 4 ,>rk. lRicI:rlI A .IM('iri Plre-. i ntlli. pr,.\i'i.-:
Fir- Th,. ( I- ( ll 1 t ,i .i'; ,I. l .;,:7 .-f ;- -.
,.11.- -- 'i < I lAL. E. INVI-E.NT'11NT-


Thlirrd L.Ih~-1lk.l. IA mAN"~'s' D)lIIK THEh
I ~ 4 ii Ii 1 mu '- : Is e II t I:
A I Im m 'la : 'II-:L m .:I ::z '' IJu

P I' ml;I t:. I : \ 1it, s i r. iu


CECIL WILLCOX, General Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA-


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RL-BBONS. ~RIBBONS. 4







p -:I' '-tar
BRIE


We -have iji-*rt-s'eivo-d l'm,
I If L if t -if I slteta-and Lae'-c,

4-:,- '. ardl. -44 1 r '-:o *12).72, :s us!


I' --:u-'lito c I'll tsn~j -zie tiumr linie
seI S-~iilor tHat-. f'tir hildrera.


Ours is an ever hu-sy store, becaii-s
of attractions, constant. various. and
dependable. that appeal to those who
believe that "-11mollny hould buy
inoiney'.s worth." White'..

Fine furniture in smu in mer
st/iles, including I icker
rocekers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is co#m-
pletc. I)on't buy anything
iii furinitlure until you h(tre
seei larston ,' Finch's
stock.
W\' -, i. ka lo l tihi;in t,) order, i(oanl
r '',' nt .1M lBorn & Coll.. <'t ;I':_ .
tih* *i)r ire ;nirt tirilorila woi
i,,r 't.c t lit L ';i lr i:.t l. i'l ; <, '..
l(' :t! i. c t,,at is t:iilored lonm I-ll -
;i:d t.: '.ii,' ily ait \V li .'s.
(Cl:iliiu z ludi(' -kirts and vwaist-
\- ,*in ( < ,,'nt ,,('ia iltise Star I ,,u :-
dry.

Rea-a the The KIra Ycj e Always Bo0fr


l1, dozen Serivtn's Pi{tnt E.l.a-i.w
s.iin drawers at '00 c. int- per pair. at
\Whit..'s.


Photographic


Artist,


2,I14',l:54th (ar.' uSt.


OPERA HOUSE.

ONE SOLID WEEK:

E PHIL AND NETTLE
*PHIL AND NETTLE


B TES kin Jones and was exonerated, there they are going to make the 19Odem- PNSACOLMA BAR.
Being no case against him. onstration outshine that of lastyear.
Dr. Reginald Allmon-is contined l.ie lade.- of-Muscogee wharf CCman p the
St) his bed to-day with illness. I Methojdit church, assisted by ladles Ch:t Malers.
DI deputy Sheriff H. A. Cowart leftlof the Pala"fx street Methodist In reply to his telegram to
.- o ru"sd.. oretau rn on the 12:45 train to-day for Bluf church, will give a supper t the Congressman S. M. Sparkman rela-
S ,. da: Sriu gsn a business tre new church. toi mo-row night. All tive to the proper depth of water
-..... ,.,. Dr. W. A. Mill pension xminare corially invited, through the channel tj Pensacola
SinDr. .urg A. Milwas hpensione ximin Itso zie colla: and cuff buttons are harbor not being shown on the coast
I inf urgon, affwasl hu t a ree-trneday ton what men' have long been wanting. and geodetic charts, Hon. J. Ed.
S. .i. M'a a;ton to-dar. t i hey save the finger nails and do O'Biien to-day received a letter
., l'.-t'Uibia. away witli the iornrii gswear words from Mr. Sparkmau in which he
-.-,- ,.rdd.idt. who knjw- The choir of St. Mi.hael's church while making your toilet. You can says:
*.i ,,f tl. -uport-rs. .are holding frequent rehearals and have one for the asking by calling "I'was around to the coast and
will present a splendid inm-.ical pro. at John Whi:e's. Geodetic Survey to-day, where saw
!j,:i-tbait of Loui-ville arrived grawu Easter Bunday. Geodetic Survey to-day, where I saw
S iagra Easter unday. trd. The foil, wing party escorted the the chart about which you wired me.
a y.tday. The weather bureau announces war vessels to the mouth of the hai. and which shows something like 22
- .:.d.- and J. A. Meliulie of that frost fell at Macon. Ga.. this b r e-terday on the yacht Wallace: feet of water on the bar. I called
,. ,l,,plugat Hotel E-cain- morning and th::t possibly a light Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Swales, Detroit; their attention to the fact that there
frost may occur in extreme North-! Mrs. George B. Woodward and P. S. was much more water than that, but
1; H. King ha- gone to her ern Florida to-night. Woodward, Louisville; Mrs. F. H. they said that the chart was gotten
Creston, city; Mrs. H.S. Risby, El- up last year. while the report of the
I. it~rolt. topid the gSum- Afteriandelsghtful viHit to relatives gin, I11 ; Z. Inez Cranston, city; chief of engineers made after June
arid friends lere. Mrs. H. %'. O- Minnie and May Brown, Harp; 30 was not received until sometime
, -mith and E.. oorof peheim and son, Maser Henry, Frank M. Urch, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. later. Thi report, however, only
Su.rae guests at the Mer- l l e -oo o home, Bushnell, Sidney Anderson, Mrs. C. showed about 25 feet of water. I
muchds.to te regret of their many D. Byers, city, and J. P. Prairie, called the attention of the superin-
,:,d J. It. lindsey of Morriston .Charlotte, S. C. tendent to the further fact that since
1.,-:,4 tiie guests at the Mer- N.C. Petit, a prominent Odd Fel-! the engineer's report wae made, the
Slow, who now has extensive mining A Powder Mill Explohion channel had been deepened some
interests in Mexico. stopped hereR five or six feet. He at last promised
SH. Knowles departed last tereday to visit ico. friends T. C.here Removes everything in sight; so to write immediately for the report
. vit to relatives in North Watson ad A. V. Clubbed. HeT is do drastic mineral pills, but both of the chief of engineers and have
i o relatives in Northen route to his old home Waldo. aremighty dangerous. Do't dyn another chart printed, which I dare
minite the delicate machinery of your say he will do. afterwards called
,:., Mrs. M. McCreary art, P. Devine. who resides on West body with calomel, croton oil or on Cel KcKenzie, who pricmiledto
,- utly domiciled at Hotel Romana street, hai at hi, home a aloes pills, when Dr. King's New end dewniimmnidiately the latest
Si.'. half acre of magnificent strawber- Life Pili., which are gentle as a reports
Ant J. A. Iivis of the ries, which will soon be ripe and summer breeze, do the work per- reports_
artm t Ir o o- ready for market. He expects to fectly. Cures Headanes. Constipa- Deanes Cannot be Cured
,- art-n. itreoil -market 2,xi0 boxes from the half tion. Only 2l. cts. at W. A. D'Aleui
acre. berte's. by local applications as they cannot


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI.-i. CHEAP AND
THI-:RIEIB INCRFA.\S-: lTHE: BUSINESS "


New
Arrivals!


LUES AND HIMBRiOIDRIES! Arrivals!


Our Centre T.ble- ayi- Pro,.iing beneath a iroodly share rof t.. Newest
Thing-. in Laces and Embroideries.
Swi-s Edging and In:seition. Hamburg Edging and Insertion,
Valencia Lace and Insertions.
Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion,


German Torchon Edging,


Aplique Lace and Insertion,


Point de Spre!t, Oriental and Plat Val,. La(ce.
.:), Remnants iHamburg Edging, six yard lengths, worth 75Yc. to ,.o0 at 6ic.



Sweeping Sale of Muslin underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drawers, heinmed and tucked, size l and 2, at... l0c pair
Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6, ony.... ......... .................................... 15el pair
One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot ('h)il(l'< Tiinined Gowns at Cost Mark.
IOne Lot C(hild' Trinimed Skirts at Co-t Mark.
Oni Lot Mies' Trinined Gowns at Cos(t M.ak.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed (Chemiso, worth :'3c for.................20c each
One Lot Ladies' Triminmed iCanbric Chli-nise, worth T .e for.......4ic each
$?3ne Lot Odds and Endsg
In Ladies' Skirt- a-id (ownI to Clo)-( o()it ;at ( o(t MIark Price.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co:-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHI.


LiN'IiN V- a~i .iiN!-F if,I a !. F1,N.


LEWIS BEK., . CO., Sole Agents.


Old Qual:er, Hunter and Parole Rye WhiskJys.
::-)-Chester eld Bcur Lon Whiskey.-(-::


Furniture atalU. i UeS.


(' l .1A e ir' -e l Ien 5i1 :im

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Peters Comedy Company REGULAR


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


In New, Up-tc-Date BIpertoire.

Prices 1r0, 20 and 30c.


-FoRlt---


25 Cents


-AT-


MONDAY NIGHT,


Fighting for a Fortune.
CHANGE OF PLAV NIGHTLY.

Ljdies free Monday n ght if accompalnild
by Ierson boldind a paid l3-cent ticket.
f re..rve m. onr


Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
- i.rt Orders Promptly vr\-d all Hours
of Day or Night.
F si and Oysters in All Styles.


Nick Amnatle.


(GEO. A. PETERSON,
!tmItr in
Bi~y'e3A aaBieyel. sablves.
%x ir fior Hxamr'I-r.C'e,--viand and kae'.ei.
silo-s e -, 0--i xY ,, 4% -x pwri~w eCIn 'p..
PairinK of nV-s-. ash PtsjWi-t*-r-.
fit ~ ~ t" K'.. l% Ill'ade to


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,




A. Schwartz,


Proprietor.




-NEW ARRIVALBI!-e

OUR first announcement of New Artivals of Spring

P Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
of colors and styles to select from of TLadies' Waists
We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in thL
city Of well known brands. Among them the famous
-" Bilr'ri n- B1d," famous for fit, style and firish-in
fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.
19 W9' -V Ir7' 1L a a a-W- dr W-m w7


hit-.s WVEAK 1ME"N'FREE.


I~ -n s.flIAddrt''a- FovL---Youi Can


MISS HUNTLEY IN CHARGE.
She .A1'.un.es l-ditorlal Control of the
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REAL ESTATE.
?ettiand Insurance

"' ~ 'ii Pa laox tro-e,-
P)'' -%4 411 A. Ft A.

NICCLA CASSA,

Z.ESTALVRANVT-.OYh16,&JKJS.

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f i I' 1 1a1:-4 cit'

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ii,.'- I ..utIi:- io nm it k t i I: ,f tII-n.v -iy
t t I i I -d it .i i n c: I iaeI-itiIIN. 2 cL -, .itIa !) -,,l
-1, 1 en L: 1,r1,. !.d % ha'. or.-'. a ial n- atait-
- r% I fl an iIav.1: al .. It.


EAGLES ANlD THEIR PREY.
A (s.iuuant rd whose flace. aoniip-


u in::g~liii:. .11 lai~l.f' lita. 1'it a

'Ihiv 't~'aLta I:iirie luin:rtai 1i:iat of
D U to..ax.:~' theO Ici- tiL r"..aipi-ea ~a jaiir
4d f li Ii di 0A. !'fa I--. Iliiiw t 1'sliat 'of

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I ;t a::ni~laaa. flaa f ilit 'al
- a sit -.. :ihi'i-'- aa ilLa-a:a.
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.. wa lri fa v.- a3a'4alan

r-. I.- a~1?t'I a'-11oll hi'sunituer Ciir-

Akid lf.'(l cjFor the sisage.
a... a a '':L -at a4 a foa
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i -i :li \, .S. C. April 8 If. 11.
U:-ioi- ani. ii-a-tq r ntud judgc (1 pfrtld:to

i I.t.II-',.!r. r-: t 4E ;itY, hl ~ as di-'appraa -dl~
I rf 1111 'IF .a 0 i t # 1,,. -11 Tho'' g4)vqt'rli
111'- irr-:ruactir1 t h.. ]e'r of the co urt tait
a ~ hnurp,(t' oftbee mid-- 4111r'-virds 4 I
jud-idgeEelpre shate anild make fillieiiitf-ii
itivestigiktioij and notify hini ats. 1A(Ku ti,-
11W)10 ulctlt. stwus caf ,iTatir', al.iti to i-
vestigate the 1cck and nccaunts of the
nkm.-tt'r~s fticit, aud relkort rt-sulr.s. The
,whs-rea1-miuts aif Mr. IBrunoi *nis ia nivs.
tv rv. He has. ilwav.- had a ver'iy li"Iid
gta.ii'ht,19Iin cc aunv aMid ~aswe.
I'aisedlIIFiled Ill Wes('tt VrgIufia.

Parajo. -va.iatifly 1!,j t aaml hiiilrs'ht.-r,
Li,. \ i-4 i-. ausl~at Wa i~mii' ld har (jt-11
t#-r\ 1,-ill i yno r (-,,a aU t v s-iilav ii ngb-It
!IV' Ar;1!uiir amiiat ll ash C.' vrii-. fr'i.
Tf(' ,2i't It!: hal aitod grudge-. Th-
tiea 'rtu.. haI t il V'ii*.I lit it i., 14 iiieltia
a I p: .s 14 t tt\%u r t i i ll- firini,. lit t liai..
Xh'a.11 v'ii 'wan-t "'11-tiltit li*-'I
;I loin 1). qa*a:' i wr a ('1i. whv IsOt
e r '.f a~'V vk ich ja- .gtua.lrinte- d
t, e tnat 01)i~~ altm.ll-lt it, titK
Ta. uP. Lke' no -b-t itutt-. XW. A.


suit- for the little fellow., with
I)outl>| Hratel Fancy t Vest-, the
eiitE-t thing-s that ever happened. at
White .
I.E1(I,'IATlI F CANDIDATES
Amd lI)eleg;a*c te t he Ceonirny tonven
i,,.u at I',wel on. April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the lo-gi-lature' and t..e li-t of dele-
tgatfes to thle co(ity (demOecr.ati c con-
V'eiti.In lit P'owleltou, Airii 14. eni-
(ldor-dfil by the Workintginel.t's Demo-
cratic club:
For tfhle Legiolature.
C. Mo'reno Jotie-.
H. C. Clonton.
I)'legates. to County Convent ion.
Precinct 12--H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Polu, R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmi-
chael,. Thos. G. Rivcr-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur John-on, J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
iiig Hargi-. Jas. L. Sweeney.
Pr,-cinct 14-us Eitzen. J. E.
H:aar-, A. E. Z-liui-, H. (. I)eSilva,
.Ja-. O 'Brien.
Precinct 15-T'io-. Johni-in. John
.. .,tine- F. Commynvns, V. A.
D)ill.h:;lln. HI. A. W ater-. 14ini-tf


(*:i!I tsar 'State ('rnven'ltEtio.
I :i' ie:I. 4,t?. too III( -rata.' Eainva-itwi 'Ito
I Ii. a hlaaraa %a Illp F I etotI- .T 11 a-a '.1 IaarI
-I I .-(I k v ..11, th I.-, t -:t Itoo .ii1, fill. L '1
y to w I i tal nI.a-'-,-
v aaIaaa-a ,..:40-1-. L-at.- t .-r'-.111it 'II Ji'tat
!-a .. ilillsslal iI-niaca.ni-, ic. cwa.,,t'iitis-. la
11'.1Id lat Iaj C~. a . a. a.1111lY ;. i40t.It
raa'iilaha a. : i !;a,oo-F' l'''r tir ,-.o't'--- -. Ea
111 .i 'li'-ii'a n. !' uli; .-r 11a 'alC1a1111.

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PANTS !o


Mas,niic Temple,


Ti! 9!Ila KmiNTU Cl&ilL E BOU ,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK REN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEAR OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
T'FCKY'S PERFECTION OF P RITY. AND
LOl'S O(FI OTHER RANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO M E"NTIO(N.
5ii ,,T LJ ,r,,-t atni 1;.-: S>l.ect<-,l St.,c;, n,: i; ,::;, W.\V i-i'.: an.
W in.- Julr Fmilh. y I".
T',E JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
1,7-Alo A-n. t f" r tef i lt m''inos Piaht .Milwaukve lBIer. Free Deliv-
Sry to every Part of the City.


S.lid about r., pair< af
l- l e0l Ilz,.1t. 4t ort legged.
silin'. fat, I.ussy. bow
l,-.g 1d, -traight letrged
all sort- of legged gar-
Sin itq, a. they gut out of
the boxe-v anI( up onto,
our clothing tables.
54'm pairs of pants in one
day is ita good many. but
SWhat about then? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cas-imitere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c.assinere pants.
Some are three dollars a
; pair. g,,, c' -- ini ere
pallnt. S,>nii are two.
threv :iint fair dollars a
pair. L'1od war,-ted pants


P. Box 41s, PENSAC ,OLA, FA. Telephone 17.



SOMETHING NEW W D


e*EVERY DAYg<
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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
Teleplaponeo 800.

DIA Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
their Immense Stock.


TIME TARTE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RATT-ROAD.
IN EFFECT .IANI'AIY '. 1.X)0.
No. r. No. 2. i No. 1. No. 8.
12:15 Ifnon 11:-'Ip n Leave 'pn'earola .....Arrive 4:15.p m n 5:(1sa m
PI5 p n i:';. u11ight Arrive lorilton Arriv- 2':4.) p in 2 :fi am
4:12 p in 3:t15 a in Arrive .... Ibile ..Arrive 1'2::n noun 1-?:21 night
j)::4i pm 7:i'on na i Ariive New (iit-ans Arriave 7:.'5amn 7:.s5pm
';:iA) pi I C:! i a III Arrive. M. iitong ii-ryv Arrive 11:: i iam 9:1) p mi
7:.'1) pIt in 7:lII p in .\Prive Nut- lix il' X Ari iv. 2 :21:1I l 9:IW4 a In
l:2i ...noon .I;. a in Ar rilxVe I,.u-\ Ill. A riv;\x 9:I2 pin ta in
4:L'k lt 1' 1 1 7:6."a ln ArrI' tl rel, im a I 1 *r I V" 5:13. p ni 1' I)p in
BETwzx;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONV;LLE.


11 ~ ~iIt 7.:1m, a III A 1.'P c2Ip in
4. i iit mI P : it II I 1 'e iliii 1 k 11 p In ,::5-. p iii
c:-'w II I II : aI.~IIii Ilit nihlc-'1). allr 12:57- p n oII
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ALLIGATOR


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UALOON,


buy pants for adver-


tising purposes-to sound

cheap. W e buyf good pants,

pants that are made of

lood goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch

,pockets, (to watch your

money pockets nights in

case your wife wants tdsee

if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


WE 81i All *




WiO PANTS,

Solid :i; a rock, plain ,r fancy pat-
tot-i fo-r S2..'O) tlh.t: will k.* e an alhble
boi ) d # malII) bI-y, rni;t,t- Iani da;y- t,
w a:ir the-i .4, 1 1 i, I,.ll" i a ,- ir ,,1'-v i l --i1ii. 'i. .
,p:i t--. l i. t ] :i :. -rr .- d
kr'c--.


)ppW. NORMAN, Proprietor. l '


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor. W THY SY!


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1..;t t yI !J, a'l *~i~s V aif t-bili ati.-
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cc a-a- I t trtt o, A. Law001I'..
trilt~i laiic' t-- 'e f aim.. a wr,tfl-n I.
n: -d .p e Ia tpmc--dii i-of e '.zI0I)i I (
II! an to t u.ci-may f-tn cont-ntinltt'.,
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HMI[IKEBROS & CO,9


WKODLSALE ECE

Pallwfox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


SOLE AGENTS fOR


IF 1KNN i, AD R YE- W IS X 1'.
1'.URMOlIIIl SI '-iOURMASHf.
YELL .IWST-ONW. J'YE ~WH~JISKY
DAIRY MA ID)WH-fISKY.
ATLA NTA BRtjWIN0 C(OMPANNY S
CELEBRATED BERK %a'- a~Bai


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTI
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES

i Rooms for Rent by the Day, (leek oF ontot
311, 12 North Tarrajoat Strut, Oppsits UOiow
O-Teiephone 68.---0
--+GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man
FRESH VEGETILES REICEIVFIl lILT, I OLEUI[ All I
o F,.,., .. Pn o.n e Boardingn
ithp I)o'I~,OA*dl.in Petnsacola. Floid/a-


We- ~ II all pur.- wor-telt
1:1antt fat *$1., that are -imply great.
P'.trniz, i our Pantry, it i'yI.


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4 THE DAILY NEWa: PENEAOOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS: f'uit stand, no less than the gigantic I= $ 11 08-m "t 111 *I I 0
department store or mammoth The Bood at this season crash and No Appetite- "Icodd eat no break-
Kater.. at he I'o otfller at rensacola. wholesale depot, is a factor in the oMis thepifng and fAzinag fast and scaely anything during the
I -oe ro5ties of Ios Sarsapanl.a. This iday. Since taking ooas asaparila
ira..a-n Son'ecl'a= matt-." work. Those who buy to sell. wheth- grand med'dnh on derfully cures Scrof- Iam hungry a the time. Hood's has
orrICE: Pitt -uaiding,.i21 14outb Pasl- er they deal by dollars or millions, a. Salt Rheum. Blood Poisoning. cured my pimples, and improed my s
fo@ street. up-statr. are the agents of this greit industry. Bols. Pimples and all other complaints general health." Gertrude Stoddard,
SThe grear the volume of the trcaed or promoted by impure blood. Peterson, Iowa. Remember M
I'VBLHIEH 1BY The greater the volume of the trafflie a
THE ELWS PUELISHINS .CO. the larger must be its retuius in .
legitimate profit.s. r
Terms-I invariably in Advance. Pen-acola should be, and i-. great
One Year by Ma;i ..... ... ei ou.:h to consider the wants of the
t Noro:.t th ** c.on-unier at and near home. as a
a W bnthy ar. Ab,..,' .-source of profit and commercial
S r. p .rowth, as well as the demards of A
THE W W lKe ,1 N EqEWS: distant lands for the products of the
.pbllphed rvery Friday at t. Ir ear country, as a means. by the multi-
JrPte free. plication of its facilities for export- I f Ti1[ city board of health was read the
TELEPHONE NO. fi lu ig them, of increasing its imipor- EGI | second time and referred to the comn-i
tance in the commercial world. LEGI AU1T1 I tnittee ou ordinances and engross-

AderWtisingRates Frnishedon Application. According to the government rp- Ain ordinance to amend chapter 4
ports for the year ending Ju.i 3e article 2. section 13 of the city code.
189.0--th'e latest published-the ag- An Interesting Meeting of the which had been read the second
gregate value of imports of !ner- Board of Aldermen. tIfe at a previous meeting, was re-
chandiee for all of the Atlantic ports ferred to the committee on ordi-
chandise for all of the Atlantic ports nances and engrossing.
and all of the Gulf ports waa Sg l,- A petition from the Pensacola
paper Is on Mfilewith the 516,02S. Of this. only $16.370,453, or Taxable Property of the City Valued Yacht club, for permit to erect a
rli p~r 1ne tate e i, wharf and club house, was referred
a IN WE C 3.10 5per cent, came through the Gull at $3,1509.0O. An Increae oftothe board of publicworks.referred
pmrttt .ding. St. Panlt Minn.. whr'- 01* $177.300 Over IO--Alderman Chairman Green of the finance!
toTibemr adverttlwr and others T Of the aggregate imports of the Green Again Calls Atlent;on to the committee reported that a property
ezam tteafdwr0NestRmateRwTUbegivel Gulf ports, $9,664,467, or more than neffiency of the Tax Laws. holder had stated to him that he
spomoepcetor^eNessuALAovear port. ^- Inefficency or the Tax Laws. ad paid no taxes since ], 5; that
359 per cent. came in through a sin- had paid no taxes since 95; that
f 8ACOLA. APRIL 5. 1900. gle port-New Orleans. The four A regular meeting of thecitycoun- $1191 wats aes.ed against yn and
he wanted to conipronmise by paying,
.-- --.- nextlargest ports-Paso del Norte. ell was held last night. Present, $100. His coinmittee had no author-
I'itCNCcr iIT EiEGAFSB Galveston. Mobile and Corpu, Mayor Hilliard, Aldermen Green, ity to grant Luch concession. He:
The Mar. em nratic (Club of Pa.nstaea Christi-entered $4.80(,8W0, or :..5 Hays, Keyser, Christie, Cahn. Hall, had brought the natter up because
agsitot dr"( tt--city precinct t te l-r- per cent. The three next largest- Baars, Pfeiffer and Avery. eweeur ouS
gat@ t ie. 1the' e eases. It wasall important tter.
erratic count. iy < 1uventilo tr h hd a T'ampa, Saluria and Key West, en- The minutes of the previ uii meet- Something was radically wrong with
SIoneati lt'"t support bythe t v,,t-rs: tt red $1 57,8,75, or 9 63 per cent of ing were read and approved. th, tax laws and they should be rein-
at. inc. zz,--.. J. Mxwievi. and I-. the whole Pensacola's imports Chairman Green of t:e finance died. An effort had been nimade at
han.Wit. Ez 11. J. D. MnfweJl, and 1.Fd. tile w ie. Pe sacol import s the la-t -t i!t:ion of the le ;i-lature to
Wragblon. rn Aonted to the pitiful sum of b2,- committee reported adversely upon ave a bill ,aed. but tey had
Jon ;e.. Jti. %N :t, itd w. 1. 234, or ouly a trifle more than I ptr the request of the board of public stai ted t',o late. A conlit bittee was:
1,unt,-n ., cnt safety for an appropriation of $;31~ to now colisiderilig t;ax matters. They
Src;. .-. i-rn n, 1 nearly all of the va.t quanitv provide a conveyance for the chef should sigg'-t soine reni dy and a
.. .l'... .... r, r aa allothevtquanit of the re department, but rcm.- strong t tloit should bte Ini;de at the
r.-c.n< et:'- !. t-n i. n.t. of imported merchandise coimeed mended the appropriations of 4(0 re- ntxt sr,-i,'iu of the l.gi-lature to
hntiui.t1, UIn or distributed from this city its quested by the board for th,, pul- have a bill p..sed. that the (question
merchants go to New Orlears or cha-e of horse collars for the fire of asse-in Ari:: mi;tan unavoidal.ie delays Mobile, or to the Atlantic ports, department. He stated that this was one of the r'rv'-t problems that
)uva county hasnt toth state paingenormous sums in freit would leave only $1,9t00 unaippropri- confronted the council. If there
uval count.v has sent tthe e paying enormous sums in freight, ated, which must cover all experndi- were a law to tqiualize assetadln-lltei
reform school its first quita of in- receiving only a small portion of the tires for the remainder of the fiscal and force collections, the city would
mates. eizht in tunibei. all colored, possible profits upon the traffic. and year not already provided for. be in bc. ttr financial condition.
seven males and one female. whose yet maintaining, for the consumers Alderman Avery spoke forcefully Mayarb Hilliard stated that one:
sentences range f emiae whseto 11 favor of providing some ineatils case hbod beln called to his attention
enten'es. range from six months to tributary to them, the highest ulti- for the chief to reach fires promptly. by the cou.nnty tax collector where a
tfve year-. It should be Escambia mate prices. Sometime-perhaps in He asked what salary the chief rt.- man, born in Pensaco'a. had inherit-
ount\ .. turn next to help till up t;H the vt-ar future-they will see the ceived. and when told that it wis ed a piece of property. ha1 lived too
lu-titutiolu bly di-po-ing of a nuinb, r th tra month he suggested that pe:r. a ripe old age and had never paid a
f proiti candidates for it ben advantage of importing direct, gain- haps the most feasible plan would be dollar of taxef thereon.
pros cnd ing the legitimate importers'. as well to increase the salary of th- cI.i.ef Alderman Kevy-r wanted to know
ti. a- the distributors', profits. and util- and require him to provide his own how this coul t be done.
Dt.- ,14 TS have scored aintiher izing the capital that now lies idle, conveyance. I Alderman Green stated that the
D. have scored another zng the capital that now les dle, Alderman Green stated that here- property would Iwe sold two ye:,rs for
vtctov. tlhsl time in Michigan. A the empty vessels which daily en- tofore the chief went to fires in a taxe-, bought in by the state or city,
democratic mayor was elected Tues- ter the port, and the long trains of public hack; that the hacknien then dropped from the tax rolls, and
day in int-irg-the fir-t for ten "empties" th:t almost hourly d,-rart seemed to take pride in getting him, there was no way to dipomsu.sthe
yer. Grndn i n r, there promptly, and as soon as an occupant, who continued to reside
years. Grand ltapids also elect( d from our depot. alarm was sounded two or three or undis urbed on the property.
a democratic mayor by a majority Triauthoi, v Hon the hacks raced out to find the chief. On lmotiont of Alderman Cahn it
increased to 1,:k from 728 last year. Tl N -:w iauthnz on. It might be a good idea to make an was ,or.jurcd that hereafter, until
Democraticwer elected in L. J. eve-of DFuni prig to appropriation from which the board further notice tl.hi councill meet at 8
D emocrat of other cities anelected in anunce tat he is not it eai:dite of public safety could pay th-.e p. mI. instead of 7:;:0 p. Ili.
ad lrge democratic gis arend towns for justice of the -sureme court of hackmen. The city should go The ciiiil then adjourned.
andlora at ar tat we democratic gauet are re- i on slow on appropriations, for the --
vcided at other points. trucks were wearing out and -must Volcanic. lEruptions
rf hi- inalle in that connection was soon be repaired and replaced by Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
THE mov 'cc-:_ of t:he r1.'ublie'p un.uthorized a;.d without hi~ cout- others. It hald also been suggested life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
majority in the hou-e of r pr eit ti- spent. that the city should buy a ,combin"- i (ure- them ; ;alo Old, Running and
mjot intehoueof r pret set lon hose truck and chemintcal en.in1",, h .-v'r Sort. -, Ulcer-. Hoils, Felons,
summntt-r, will be a wel':,,nme relic! l.. ife Wa saved. which would cost $100. If tit,. yit (',r,,, \Varts. Cut-. Bruises, Burns.
utmmdtlM will be a w elcanie relieMl ho i bought a horse for thie ',i-.f ",re Sc iSi-. ('l.h:; ped llian;. '-, hilblain-.
to the t;x;, yer-; but. all the -amt Mr. J I. illy. a proiill citi- would he the monthly expe;.:e of B,-.t 'i' cure on earth. I)rives out
Swill) be ri.:.ly 'understood a. wnderft lt ier fro a frt, ht- ated it.ha It must al-o ) remtio-. Pa in and Ache. O(ily ets. a
te Ill "o. i-fln.-tir b -x.(ao rtr ( old by W.
,.,... ,,f : -,ufacturi'ig availahb. fiul d( ath. I.n t.-liinz of it h e !-at-: would need attention amd t r, t or ltt. by .
.aimnunition f.,rthe inipt;.nding cam- "I wa- taken with Typhid.d F'.-VrI might also be other i:tco-.-,tryv .x- .
I ti&mn. It 1 iub!licais ar' noted fo.r that ran into Pu1lii mai, ii:l. 3M.-1 l1 '-, p ,nitnrt-g for the proc,"it,: ) i?;'- -
he aine f.aid lie ,.ealth during t- t:, (-iu.toll, r.'
rlt iig u.-ivy rE.fr.....iz fr'm the in- co ldnd t ,-v n -i- ip ii hi d. Noth- 'l e r: ,rt of "ie ;. itzi n*.. ,- "'a// "
augur.:tit* or I < ,Ii.'avc o0 1:omasa'rt ing helped me. I expected to -o!. tr,. v.,, thlion adopt'-d ., '. t- *a-
cjlcu!at..! ;,, r,.due a t ,'.,-ti: y -ur- di -of C ot -ut niptio)ni. w iR .i- I ih-. i ,f % tI r (fi-ct--io n.
plus. except by xpenditure, unle- bD ttl gave ret eli);c, r -f. I conti-Tax:t: : :; l; 0 ',
such measures are nece-sary to their ue(d to u-e it and now n. we!l atnd la.tiriin (-e.n t '- :,
1-olitica.l p'i rpio -=tronl'.g I .:a:t>'t ;say too imuch in it- colmintittee reported t it: tx \ - -


Economy and strength are charac-
rp..'!ics peculiar to Hxad's Sarsa-
*rila, the great bloed rurifier. A
incie bottle contains 100 doses and
uv! last a month. w while others aver-
cC to last but a 'week or fortnight.
Foods Sarsap.arila has an unequalled
record of perfect and permanent cures.

SMALL DOSES

LARGE RESULTS |
ow: --- s. -a --- --- 0 u..


25cent- will py f. r
ed tion of the Ja(. k-, '..
ii4., a large 1 .-r 12 ;, ,-
now until Nov. l! .
and $2.00) wil py
Jacksotville M-tr.;
until Nov. lotl. fr ,-
only. Th, ,hol.t
lelled otler is :v
I ornda a i.it.ine.- .
the new- ot t i .
c:nip.tiign :it xt; .-
also to make tt.: it n
with tie ll-adl._ ::
Bryan new-'., r. F
c.artoitis are .t :.. *
ii&tit le\'.


~illiam |obn~on A Son.



Buggies! Buggiesl Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats'

CAR LAD PRICESFty Phaetons.
Jsnric!; Eoca Carts, C o E:.:-


Any and Every Style!


BEST MAKES, LiTEST STYLES.
First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
Y ' W e wil! Allow' You Sn iiim.-t!,in. for t! it 4I )1i._ .
A.in t but Fifty (. :-0 .


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di-tri rio r,:.: f' :., f vr-a i .;- ;':
of in:.t r ter i:a -. .rowd wi;:i-;
c3n1-in.;- wIos-e nuli..be-: ani.d (a-
pacity for coio~ti!!apt:,! a;e con-
s.:tatly and rapidly increasing. The
effort was unavailin., th.u-i, and ray
be disregarded now : but the miot:o
of those who advi-cate w!'.ol-sonle
growth in mat- rial prosperity should
be. "Line upon line. and precept
upon precept.' and as surely as the
starm are set in their courses, so
amrely is Pensacola to be the great
distributing point for foreign imports
that its most earnest promoters and
well-wishersi have desired to see it
and predicted for it.
Commerce is the distribution of
the fruit- of industry to those who


i;rai:-". 1 his miarveloiui ledi(rcine
- t!h' snri-t and quicke-t cure in
t!h, world for all Throat and LUri'.:'
l'iiubill,. Iltagu!:tr -!z, 50 cents itand
1.i.. f'i'L! bottles Iret- at V'. A-
I1'A.Inibnrtr's drug store; iv Lry
i'ottle guaranteed.


W.. w'tkc, a -s-i'-'xl It m1itaev i-
r1111 ~ciatai~rt!,at i!.-drmralibb,, v,* !l
;,1-1t-o. nitt xii-hv-ca dily atd-; I -ji
Tick r'ft: v ii.-t. iwtiid\' u-f.ndiet
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'Who10 1t1i I t:-'0 1:1 ra: \N
v 'y i e i E. ii ru r, I tru in i'... ,.
tmtrr-t'ch -:rtcelfor CIo'!tinz -f.'am~
fu~l quality. White-

Grand display (uf Import., d ar-
Turbaus anid Itonvet-;. Ih ut-,aLti-.
Friday acd Sattrday, April5, 0 anti
.. Ro-mcminber dato. All invited. 1-.
Del hayer. 21 W. Guovernin-mt -trect





MoI(tto: Abao!ute Puri:.%-.
New 6riugIf M nhatzan ~.t.a!,


('ulifltv tatx books-, Ih.(I
inl--d #1 tIli-; c4H FiA!1"

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,Alllii!im olnl oilt Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-'lam uif:t'tt;re'- .i;,nl I), itd r- in-


:t .. Carriages, Buggies W agons and Ihri.
f'.: -e ..'.. -. Rc'pairing Attended to Promptly. /




SL. ENTEN ,PECIALTIES





Iif i 1 ,11 T4E BEStT
--k- I *.. I' "S ECONOMY t

S i t i .

t' "'* f'r! ian'rt IA I D'Iri ",.' ;I'i:. !\.t

S- .. H!NT WFE-RS 0,- B3. BONS. ur R lRi- ER TORS a.ri (N< ANCW 'V! F-
t. o- and r t- T.l::.: a ;,, ,:f. .- I.\ ( ut c\r :I; i:. r)I ol )t.- 'E \ I
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tia ..nto r1b. S ECONOMY< It
('':1:; '.. T i' r,;ii tra,< w, r-i'.r( th,, I. --:itiA -;- J !IV- uw a* that




ext meeting of the bard, whema makes tte e o ick weil t: the weak
they would have I a propo-itin t :o; ;tro, ; it rive-i and w Iuri- al d take l a O r ramny other on the market
d t .,t' 'the s,,uthern B'e~l i, l,.- I s t!,. !,,od, ri er;-tht wr-t Tley have an Ab,,,lut, DRY AIR PROVISION CHA.M!1I 1:
phon- and the Terminal compani-s eaIzses of ndi--". It cures per- Wairranted Absolutely .....
asked an extension of tini to the. l, nanetitly" ;Ili tt iae: tr,,ubleQ. It --_ _
t,-xt meeting of the b,)ard, when makes ti:-'; ick well: the welak-
they would lhavp a propo-iti,.n ,o-trone: andw it ',ivf- one who in all c.Our Ice Cream Fre~i rT xui-s .,
make. The report was received and run down ntw l-a-e a:1N life and a
filed. healthy ap,-tite. Mountain Mint WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3';. MINITE-
The oldinince relating tothe eerec- To-tic has bet n tri-d by hundreds of
tion in the city of poles byte phone, people in P n-":antli. e-veryone of
and other companies. rep rted by I whom heart';y re(oiii;n-i:ds it a, the g "Prices no Hizher than for Inferior makes. Come ,- I iJ
the ordinance and eng-o--ing con"- best tonic thi-y ev,-r used. It does plain them to yo u.
mittee, was read the taird time am.d more than we clAimt for it. One dol-
pa-s-d by a unanimous vote. lar per bottle. -ix b,,ttle for five dol-B S O
Thu ordinance rtla-ive to employ- lar. Try it. It is made in Pen-a- r B S N
ment aud di-charve of 'oanit-try in- cola by I)r. P!iilin I. Hannah. For .. .


Wfilliam lonson &1 Son.


Top Buggies.


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e THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900,


An O~mflti i'rui~iu'g Faith to Star- THEDCOMING CAMPA~i IGN1'111

lot your illemod Pure" Are you c~ure
of it? Do cuts or it-cratclhei heal How Party Leaders View the
sowly? floo m your takin itch or bur.; Political Situation.
Have you im~eEruptions'
Aching Boni'-.- or Back? Eczema?
Olid Sor".? Boilp.? Scrofula" Rhen- 'STRUGGLE FOR THlE PlZE...'i)UNCY.
Inatisin? roul Itreat i? .i(at rrl;?
Are yoo a td. ? If -% purify your!
Illood at d-ititeowith It ,h. .IPaniv'Llttle Doubt That Bryan rnad lheI~n-
Blood Bal~m). It .irrakes the Blood icy 1*tfWil Arin -lAthRue cned
Punre and1 Ricfh,. lcah* (-Fvt Iv-r.f-' uzIot oHtl ohsdmUx
and give.. Pr i lt bar, fg!rttooth, I -altt, jgIOIMt it.tv4(tI ice 3
-kin. iep.eted pk- rc-~ ress (Conjidence.
cancer, eutimng dtote-',Pairiful'SweI-
t-ured by IH.IIt. It.. itid.' E-; .et* i a T e iltiaI x' 'i ~ '
for all ob,-tiwi;tt' l;. :,~~'it( -kit, Very n re ig 14 i. peli*:n- tii
Tr4'ubl(-P. It.1. Ih T' Iti- 4 i n ri t 't the l te'a.Ier L-. 1I*. 11tc a~. i. t 11
eOther r.'nio-d v.I e ) Bi.' 1.. l B. l ,tioljt iu f. I n.- Ili ipv I i
drains tht' l'rar.44r1 arid H1-luniF, (Ut trn. an lI %%I.Ii:!. i t.t- ; 'lt
l~f th B~ti~uJ aid .-uit1- -. -, ,)-:'i e- cel te II iaI~ere i.2 2
therzympt'.msi Caviot return. (;ire
it ~ktriad. Itecu.-_-vvlertia 1.11. Iel-,I 4re4i...\21P ii1 '
Ihorouglily t-s.ted f.ir *;,)c\ -. j.. t-.o r hrt ate 8141 I j
at drug o~nor,,s .at ] ,,. r li:' ,4.ti tLat 1% :n s(i lt c ii t Ie trrt, -.i vt ;in i
f; larria bost~tl-, s f dti *-' .:tmiert p ;, ln i .1. i' I
Si'tt A ftfo iNi-41,1.,1 1 tl't it. :a trilhA ... b4 1:K Lle
tieP Livon j a v (I 'tktl v f -.I.. n .: Ir' r*. ee2
W rite' fo-- it Ad U. 1,0( 1) I 11I1 i 2 . 1:'1 ~
hALM e. ( (1 -3 1 1 f .i NVrI:I.I- t4 -
(* 3vT. Dc-,rio.. er' Ul~l aliel !:kII. i ~ .. 0 L V4 4.1
ic.tl advia.- vivt(-ri 4ib N Iinl 4iIi. ri1, lo-pl.h


THE HONEY MAKERS.


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lw t I f-a 'i W:! .- nIt t V : .! .
i! 5 4t*i &I i n4 ,41 It04 1 A I -..-I;*

I h *444Li '. li a .
D,-.. not cI'a aflire',sf -'
,A:;.r wa inj-t~.i tht Al',.1 Il. II


(-!d sare l~h. esi.4.C:eHY whenu
I., have Ishem enIrfed rI atidl~y.
tbh. case ill I lie ipui lg.
When two qweivit h bitoh eo
the --ante tisarienu a liire. tht
proeee-ed teo Cctit each other. I.
doia that #emoth are kill"LdI
f~ometimps nin inferior qlieton
Iaylr'a qeau..-ua
If a queen is n-4 feelilize-1l
,tstif-r he Iats atelbcd. atbe will
I avz~i:i without beng fertilizedx
thenn calitl adraolrlre playing
ticr- eigu will alt toe dotlosjic.
ev! .nor will there be so um

HOUSEHOLD HIP
To prees-. yere,(ld]fue'nitle!-P
c unc msng .ea-n ten l let a hil
-. (in a it sail reoel.itll ill. T.
i rn%-e ulnt aloctitrr fre.
Ta taLr see.e potti alit
q,%tv )titv.-l ithltcat'llee ccti.t.4
-I and r-l4lis4.. Itoea'h -jloi.
-16 Cd.-ti-dt .ch gt 1eb.a~
iit' ia rnle-el '.x i t he r t-If
!alV r %% t c4'j i t tui i t. I f.1!c'I
Crear tit(. air (I! a ro)4nt
.r(-impiarlti4tr ft as iusT 4:
*tr tat Ie..ktr fnto i li
f~: ?- nf unic- cxi. tos t w3L
I -ily an-l atit Oil- sILEC. ii
%ex rfitldi-isiftetant.
To4 whiten the (1lt-'-n
I Athe -1'.iifhittr %itatia mill, ill,
I: n'l. if pe.Ito ~.te 1.
.Q'. 1'ha-. 4F'4 i 4 lat tie
Zat., e Of [44iall fl e`1'I i lA' *t 4'.

PEr.T PERSONAL




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1--!%. ieevers1.11 S%.'

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A i. crient-i- *, ':,lif. I rt It if-tl
4- fi the.l~lferY4ical deli *tlit.



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cx'. ~ ~ : :1r*'tiq~~h fii'-

,t %-I 'ftia-Ia,
tI~~ le x~t'Ile l s

coutgh indta rd k I (im rew. h p a
take 1Fo!.ev*, Houuy amuidTar 1)
too LITe. W. A. D)AteMt


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ellt at i.atolllt Ii 1 A '.* *I 11. ., irtig ct ld t e %V' i.11!-
In this xray : t*: a '!alc~l!~i I,. % I1

D two w -k 4 1,4 i.:'1 I It*T 4t- e
J at a9l. Sh.- -.2i x i: '14xo '-
qrIeeq-1.i. ndI.
-Aiu 1 regular '' ~ .. *J* '.4lt~tc~i
fitly of themaI- iI 4 I.1 x.a



that is I*- ~ ~ a 1.xi it44t111
itthe t rca reolic ~ r.- c t.. Iat
"his %%-III ia-
of z-irnlritd .* .t 4 OI j.1 I .:t "
Ivit has L,-un '4'. ..-..i' i' it'i
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ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER


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.


T HE QUEEN AT KINGSTOWN.
Royal Yarcht .rrliveriThree 114)u"~
Attend of .Imhedule Tinse.
DUBLIJN. April :;-Thte royal vanixt
Vi,-toria arid0L~lxrt, with Q1141-4111victo.-
rikionhoard, aiTiVC- at King'-re1INV at
ri'cl-icktli, athis 141.thirel* i'l d a lIU f
h-n;r-;ahtcwl of thbe -w i~hleu tirtw~ and
%v -- w~ ~itli a rtlii L2I.z
liiai11l rbqjadlrm~i.
hMilli hus iaerifallinjg ;~II ni4 'mi rig.
The rival vaelilt II-%,Off Ki!-':4tnlWu. ILO
w~il l I.ai'tv. hF ** ti.. l t:iI ii ts2 rr o.1
)II V t inrlull lof jik- dS oi., t!'.e' .tr-
1% ill lot he iufr..t'


man n arir i-(e I (K .rtor !l l orinio.



% arl'! r 11VL. w.- I. .1 4 !h-11d I' 1111.1Vw
-I r:(s r~'thait \V, I; tit tp:-l e,*el qsii Lim
twhI]-, Ilhe ( .t*- elC I N u~thiet zir kIa ill -i
Jrxliiw r


t hv 4caav Of Senaltlor Clark 'f '1.'tuna
yvas begim by t'4tII, 1f- 1F 'th!ieniviii~pri mli-
i.,t% t04l11v loe t irt- th*- '.ilat. 4,n!1.1irtt4-4
mit rivilcg, huh41t4i 1:- Arrt' ar A.

inittteol tit 5intzrni 11; .u. lark r e' t(-.4
trlev *Ice iteud~inig thatt tilt elleuat4 r hcd
lint hiitinself in a nieL4t im-ieviable f*csi-

Tile Ites in filie Wfritta
We bet i've ('11111ty-erld an 'rr ("'I jl
I'.#-miidv i- thlt bezt in it!-e world. A
few wee-k- 9-o we suff, red with at
ssifver cold and a trouble~onim tmighi,
andi havin-g read their adve-rtise-
in-t~its in our own: anrd other paper,
we purehaulld a bo'tlP to see if it
would hiaffect if-;. It eurlo-d iinabeforp
thte bottle wa.; more than ha~lf u..reI.
It is the be,.t im'd icirie out for cold,
d re' ouz-.~.- The Herald. Anclereoti-
Ville, 111(. IFor Sale by Hannlahl
Brw,... 21 h. Palatfox street.
Do vou bruljeve .41l you read in tit#
pa per-~ '? xaguerietiong in advertis-
ing~ maiy attract pa--ing attention;
but we aire tiot ieeekitlic p.is~ifng at-
tent iri. We're loik irur for perina-
nent cu't(Ilprs. wVhite'~.i
I will repnar your watches anid
jewelry in fir-t-cdass @tyle. J. 1.
Stephens.

Furniture on Credit
Mo~t beautiful line of side ho~ar&-
Pve~r shown in the city. WVardrobes,
with gla-zi door (if every doescrip-
ti~mi, from the cheape~at to tho ii-t
Itoh-top secretary ca-'-i tlevmitnly
finished. a fine line of chiiriacl (I-i.'-.
alid everrthiiiZ ~cmiltnitied itI a fir.-t
ela-!4 furnliture 'ztoi e "t t.4'.M. Pr% fiii-
Bargain Furniture HIIII e.

At C. V Thimiwv~ons.c
Crm'ti s L51adi pC 'Note l'ajer. andW
~;i vie~sto match.
(Cambridge Lineit anrd Etivelope-.
ii ifrd'- Ila renIten t.
Itivitaticen Pap'-r and~ tieep-
Li'i.-ll Tablet-.
l-rfl~te-41 V'-hrIIi Iml E I>''Il'' V .
I~~2IhN""' -aziri '()'"e: l-n
I' q' r: T)em i -#m%;- (rft.. F Etc... 'vtl
Nit;. :'41 -ZtIl:1 P:1't of stlet"oie.




WmING:HOP&nGO,


Laundry Office


PENSACOLA, FLA


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


A

B

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F

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wa OrI ANCIENT wtho U-ed
to burt llwood.
i.; for BILLS tliat lie paid
whell he c (.(til.
wH', ths-( C.A L ~tath~i- ieafter-
wm-rd- Irouglt.
i,4 the DIRT and Ii UST ti:tat it
brceughlt.
i-" tile EVIL tl.o-4" t!:ing-;
brought ttc p-v--.
wa-a h.; itFOLLY i~ rtri-.irg
gas'.
i.; the (;-%,S ('or i, t..d iil1.1;-



i- K'.ot i-' t ,f j .

j-'t: e- I f'('IA N: ht! ti-,t -ti.A

k- thle fuel..
i-a thas LA I NI'fl. tl--I ever
b.,tlii(of '#-ill c.-)I.
i-; tho .MONEY. .ivc-d by i

i., fair NOW, Itel:i- 'cH.t t iniiefor
a chianue'.
i-i the OFFl-ERt tme f'enpa.vr

i-; ttl PRlOFITrd. d,:'t ma~ke- a
mrisrtake.
i-1 far QI V-MTON ; no4 qw- s
tiauixat al: '
i., thle RANG I-:YOUa-:.l
buy before Fall.
i4 tho- MAVf NO ioa n~iake. If
you do.
k~ the TIME arnd TIt)i'IlLE
!-a1vec tatoo.
kit- d"UNION eof (''uufer't
nerd thrift.
j-4 VEXATHtIN, rl'xe' u titit
-t dr t t.t
i'1-1 Wh ce i
lp1u-ii l,ye-.cc1,44:1 r- to hizv a

i- fen'14, IOV.I)plea-c.ib-s-! vp i-

With l~-


ELECTIONS IJ THE WEST.
Reviests of Conteot For 'MIunielpaI Omf-
errs Practlt'iil3 Without 4han^ge.
ST. IAIml. April -I.-Municipal.cio
tions were hlvd thr 'u ingh wt the %tatte Y4's
terday excup. iin S. 1. -,zi- PRry-t litit-.
wter.4 tdrawnu itiit a nuiuit' rf !ti,- t,-wi
and cltits. .thr ine.ult's 4n.-r., -liw-eyg tha~t
ech pi lart 'vv cnt -i 'lt -ver il'1. in ",nmt-iic
varrivil In(ti,-i dIirer -oLI -1. ii
vailcdland in II.!ill ith ;-- i-.al
Tie-kil elfea.cl .itthi Richi ~~
tiltkIt.'' Sldio liivv ill.'w r -balecii. cet ( 'II

Blurrd.
IDessimerat. W1in ii 'II1%tiiaukee.
Murn-twm. iii e ririii'l *4trt le i
(city. givi May,. -1)iini~idS It i*- 1 1) '-Tu.)
jpliiiilitV a4V'-in I. .1. I l~irt'-.lrtn-4r-R p.c
*i ?.3 "*:;Lt Tw. V-a'- a~' R. -...'R, diurallirv
wa11 4.467. T111 i'e'.v 1).antl if it]It-rinn'u


U ETIII/jReetulates te
NUNStrenvgtheas the
AWLIET IIII Makes Teethanig
FAThn Pwer) TEFTHI'IA Reirehwv-h.-
PIG I (TeehingPowdrs)ATroublki of Ch ld-c,
-e./ Co)sts only 25cents at Druggists. ANY ACE.
.~.,4Inil~5-emtatoC.J. MOFFETT, M. D., -ST. LOUIS. M


MI.PJJSE2T
v-VK4)PMEIT.R Oi'-0

CRONIeS SPL-OON
,,*-I)YALIKK IN-O

Impoi-te.d ani Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cipfrs.
JUG TRADE A SPrFJWAT.TY.
C.n~mr Hlyevt*nflJavillipe'd Stu P ~ A~ A r


Tel'ph-volin ". ,34 '


Cold Weather
Coming.
ortli'r-eetnnl I.-t ua f.' I' ;i r ,i i
611 olrtnarparra%..ec w- v cea
ht'St Ceftl VOU -,OftIprnrktre fTn- it .. 4,
or bruting jmrpoxw ett.- at rasnimtr.-.p-

JiOMfPSOP,. 01sep 0Li


Coal and Wood.

anl Wt.rowt St r..-.


1.1- S.
-: ,'.4'.


IV. K. III i'~it. .IU.
C ti.ii.. e.


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. # s'. .1 1


I1tei A, 'v"- '.i.ieit
ew~afety ?)eopowilt Bees fovr t ,C rc..
Witka which wit )hay. ILPr'tvatO ApssrIt~moe t for' 'v U.N
of Pq^ng'ra


McMillan Bros. Co.


SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers

s nfectMnI of am Heai MMartrs fcr te

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


cI MOI OEutfa, ALA. b K h i t.
MOBILE, ALA.


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A3 RNGES $13. Coarl d Fret. THE ORIGIN ---,L


IPensacola 6a Co.,


NO. 3 S.


PALAFOX ST.


)HIN1\( 1.1tN BEEH!


avtls


a,


BEER.


EidTor.-ed lv -'I1 I':,>-ici n- a- tP-
teratien.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Try It, On Tap at Hll 8a1i .


j -i" -I. -- I- n .

I'o1t. U-04., p 4 )I :, :,


JTUG & FAMILY TRADR SOLImTEO~z
J-.4-' e Y-to Any Part of tho i ;t%


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AN BOWELS1 i

CLEANSES H YTMrt aelensep
C4, EFFfECTUALLY.t :iia :~4 .~' .a




HABITUAL CONS5TI *eth ''hcc' !'t IM:
PERMANENTLY hose, atWlit.
ITS~t~t 10 GEl'. WN

ITSIA W FrrCr, ea A
SV7 THE GEIIM- Amrro ey Wanted to bgy all kinds of SUMon
CALI ryFgN, JAitmSYJ~RC@ IdFnle Nrh~s.
,Apl r~k aOZ 0tvZ,0,s 1drosq Bar Wd.
V.a 6w CAL. 6c. M


lte %orki .)-Triunl1p oii'aster BrEi$- -

Crowqed 6y coryrpoiissewns
e;eywhere as uqwCrtdilioiaI
ly tA~c c~hoicest beer e'vd

U ~ ~ pREARO~SA

Tp:C~.;'5TA; ;c'~'.VBREWI'NG Co. 4





LE~ 11'I B I t & 4' P.. l~a'iolo alt' Jeaie'rs. I idI I1

r>...F" DRuI. 'Mofir'.I I [ EAf1s [itfltI, Aids tO -


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1900.


oUllC coaiT.
Oly Paour CJw and $1 in FiPa' This

There were only four cases before
the mayor this morning, and not-
withstanding the fict that the mar-
shal and deputy marshal both wore
bouquets. he could only raise $I.
Three prominent citizens. etihrged
with failing to reinove obstrtietins.
from their eidpwalks. were given 1io
dayv t in 0ka repair.
Henry Jordan. disorderly cmdu::-.
was fined $5.
PIIOPOSAAI.
To Furui.h Fresh Water at the Santa
KRma S>und Quaraniine tNation.
Propofa!" are invited to sink or


bore wells at the Santa lRosa
.Quarautiipe station. Santa
sound, for the purpose of fur
a bountiful supply -,f pure d


water.


Wx. K. H1'


Agent S~tate Board of He~ali
C'ambi~ba cItlttV.
Pevspr*- !jhiouq Io ct~n: CO
%V h I _- -


.ir I It. una Liplon
\,;f, "tij i-. a typical lrls-- ri.in tid
:It gk iiu u j-' ,port-l:i-4N. ln It ft ie ; '-o
i c**Ilehratr-d 1llaniufnltitrer of (hfiic,
g&A-tr<>onl iE,<' tl dait.tl,'-. :nud ; ii.. t-
eOtin'li-.l-elr ano a ;iprtt-i f t4ine tea.,
that !.,v. i f-C1 ll I I t fl Usta- ro l 1tiJ -
-.ut the civiliz-d world. Jant',,y, I!
well-kinown ,.rov'er. ha, jn-t r."c-4it i
at large cnt-i.rimii-hit ,f S1ir Ti, it .t-'
ce-lebrate-l t-a-. a:nd cordially in-
vited- the lvi,v-r- o4f . idite place and Is-pt-ct -od *'P-t it ,*tij.
He hims also ju-t rt-ceive-d full !,,i-
of Bremner'.- c-lebrated C'akes, 4 ;e-
tam Cracker.o Cr'eci,-- Hi-cuit. (it
meal 'rrck-r.. *.tc.: DI.,s ,-i.4, u
Manufadturini ('o, fam.i u-J-l.l-.
Jam.-, Pickle-. e : ;Na ionril li--
Cuit Co'; Che-s-' ~triw,, racked e r
MeaJ. etc : Knne-dy Bi-ciitUt ni ci
Wafer-.: Wurzen Biscuit Mnn4tm*t"
tory's Vanilla Wtafers. ti-rin;n);
Amger'e (,Grman Golden Seeil nEg
Nudeln; Arcadia Packing Cs'.
Evaporated Apples. Peaches s and oth-
er fruits. A small lot of those fir eO -
iv.. iDn 10-tent bottle, i till in stock.
The "Ltltl- (Giant" Coffee Roast. r
io still on deck. running day aI d
uight at the rae*- of a mile a minute-.
to fill conet-ntly increasing orde-r-
for flne Coffeeo. Those who nmv ,-
not recetatlv visited Jacoby's titsuld
not fail to go and inspect hi-s etoir
mnoui s!ocK of everything in th&
"hape of eatable-s ai t )od produ.'t-
di'plryed in profu-ion in every de-
partmeut of the establishment.'

Oet a n w Hlat from our splendid
*..''k of new -t, l--: p: ices low at
Whjte'-.
Plihil acid Neti.- Peters
t)f the Phil and Nettie Peters C'nm-
**dy Co.. which op-ti- ti-r"e Monday
for a week'-. uenagt-in-Lit. a J'ick-on-
vilie paper aay-:
The Pet-r- (',ni,-d y ('inrpitiay c'i.-
titued their -ncr't-< l;e-:; iihiht by
|layiting to ari',thler crowded 1:ou-'.
They pre-.ented a funny comedy. en-;
Titfed Th'e Kiug of l.iarn. The mnatiy
funny niiiation-. ;I iutroLduced liv
l'til arna Nettie-. 1'-t-r-. we-rehil::l
*-ij) 'y-d and th' ald- i-li cs- w -t; ;
ill t o tnti i l n11 r<'ar *, f I tI j ,,t*-r.
T'h nine th-rou- .-l,-c'a;i W r
well rece-ivo-d.
S ieatt onl -li; 1 Fi iF.ivy mtn'..ing ., ,i
lail*e- W lt 10- admiltt'd Itree it ac-
,';1.1 Uelia,- liv in j-l- tll ii'14tI1. ,it
A'id :'. i ce'nt t ek*-t. if r i--t i L' -
*:e- (ip; It. Mauad iv.
*-'J 1 lilar- lt" ward.
S:-, pr..rie= guilty of breakin-:
ilto SC'hld. buildings Nos. I. 40 at d
T4 and mutilatintg t-am, are her,1 t'
notified that thde reward of$5ojloffere d
for the arrest and conviction of any
Oise for breaking into a school builo-
ing or school building out-hiu-e,.
-itill holds good.
N. B. C arJw VSuperintea-iUe- t.

Have Ytur Painting
and Paper Hanging done by op-to-
date people, in an up-to-date style.
by patronizing J. E. Ross & Co.. N-.
II N. Palafox. Phone 382. 24f-tf
HARPER Whiskey is liquid mu-
sic, bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, r(-
fresbing and delicious.
SOLD BY
DA\'tNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


A beautiful assortment of W5 and
7. ceuts spring -hirts at Whitv -.
a n
The nicest and most x'yl-
i/wh line of rugs and mat-
tif4x ever exhibited in Pen-
sacola. at .Marston 4"
Finch's bigfurniture house.
Hanan Shoe-s, the latest Sprinz
-tyj-S,. at W hite's.




Ctocoolate Cream Mint Waferc.
It your dealer has not got then. tell
liiti "o get them.
J u t received. 25 more doz,'. *-f
ti.,.** noibby pearl Alpii'e hat- at
fftrf c~-ents each. at WIthit-.

We are Sole Acenti For
Wavrer & Allmsn's. Chase. M. N
Klielent and Cleveland Wall Pl'F-r
Co'. l-'ine Wall P-ipers Full liN,
,if -tVmpl. J. E. Ro-; & Co. No. I I
N. Palafox. Phone :;'. 24f-if

Iron bedsteads arc cool.
comfortable and durable-
just what youth need for
summer use. Call at MAars-
ton 4 Finch's and select
one.


TI I think I would go crasy with
pain were it not for Chamberlain's
SPain Balm," write" Mr. W. H. Sta-
pflton, Herminle, Pa. "I have been
ARRivan AT QUARAINTIN. ficted with rbevmatism forseveral
Nor s Agnes, -~6, Halversen, Banes, Cuba years and have tried remedies with-
and Puerto PiAta to order out number, but Pain Balm is the
-- best medicine I have got hold of."
CLKARED. One application relieves the pain.
Nor bk Prospect. *6a, Lawson. by Wm B For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
Keyser & Co for too'o with 18.1.* s ft lum- afox street.
b-r. 2..-t6 cft hewn timber, 453.136 ft sawn ee
timber, va ued at .<473
.ALD. COr .Js,, CO 'riasi.
Swetd ship Dbarwar. Lundall, 8t Peters-
Nor bk I rigga. Weise. Buenos Ayre R a g a Specialty.


AT QUARANriWKs.
b'.- Pa( I& Madre.at. SChiaffin ). AM-
st ralnin. tup order
etr -a Torino. 1.173. Penwill, H~avana, to
G jf rrrazitalCo

THE 8SIHPPL(G.


I Sound VZONIIuM figwon
a Ro~"aBr Arlaington. lw44, Knowles-. to Gulf Tran-
r -ihini.hjg SMt 1'"
Br Capenor. 1,:. Wilbur. to W 8 Kev!twr A
lrinkinir co
-Br Everringh~m n. Ong-, Newlor.'. to W 8I
VF R, Kv.3 -r & Co
hr Feronaa,1. 'It. Be* nb ridge. to w 4Ihe,%
[th. Es- e..'rA :''* tui.t eas huwd
-N.r utta. Bu.v ias uwd
~lx~e~ & H eI RIKIdhIll, k Irt man, to (Oul T ran-
l'ar~. .,tSa tit-rat~n. F,11, 1 ulilnz,.to (6ulf Tiausil
co


Ru- Columbus. 17-"2. Ilurchman. cld for
B tri uow
Nor Patriarch, .3., Malversen, to H H


Have. you tried Swans'
Down flour. It is the whitest
and sweetest on the A meri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 24 pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Delatour's Ginger
Ale; best Mineral Watersi
on the market, equal to im-
ported foods, and only\
$1.10 per dozen. -
Try our Freshly Rasted
Coffes.
JAS. M'HUGH,
I17tolesale and Retail Gro-


-.aKs. cer. Phone 10w5.
It An,;*i'l Acnca .-. '."2. Baretto, 'W I t - -
t''r k,.-msinist,. s'ch4nieader. c:l for lis- Everything in spring underwear at
lion WlIitC's.
Nor RBros.a. ,. .tvs.nin, 10to H oI r Bnv-r
It t'onCo ts:i. ':21. l'utrenole, cli for Narl s r
Nor e.oeit'nrdfii. '*'. eusiv.-,-.n. to oire" If VOn want to 'ePe-whether you
It liu. w 'i. ii,* La;aiirttit, to t.rdtr bivy or filt-.- 4nlip of the haTld-iino st
Port m-lin iii y Elra7. 777. Gonnehe",, to H- g-1u Wal t
lretr-, l .un" I( % & t uid tl'htplt Hin-.s nut
Niir l.ii--ii. '. .". Aind r-in. to order Bed-rootm Sti .t ve-r exhiblted here,
\Nor t. it. C--; .ir-n, eld 1f4r Ruiario lro to 0 V.. Pryor's Blargain Furni-
Nor India. ri72. J.,n-' ,. Lto Oulf Na.al " i
Stores Co ture Hwl1.
I t ll u a i ia 1 '", 4 > t 'a r a -" ,a t o 'A L iK s y -f. 'r A& . . . . . .
V r Wo will ltindpr '.onr spr;ead- for
.%or ,nues,. ,a,.5 Lorentstn. to ',t-usacola 1eetnl each and mak thent look
Ru. Louis. -'7.;. Jau,-on, t,,w Keys-r & like new Star Laundry.
Nor Me-rzapore. :lT'5. Johnsioa. to Baar,. .efri
,lunwody Cuo vo refriferator on the
Nor 'ort. I"jik, Mikkle sPH. ti Pensacola -
Lt,. r Co. market can equal those sold
Hu, itnso. 7,. .lobansnen, to reaisacola ..aso
i.uiaitr.,to by Marston Finch. Calltt
:I,,r I rfct. et. I ar-.n.tld for (iovde
IL baleinva.ra. r1lA. ,',. to l,-acod sros and see what beauties they
Nor al.nld.s49. Haian to kattersou., lown-
ianu & o are.
.Nor Kolatifdlo. 8U. Pot-r ten. to order
I' Ti'nto.l 1O.*,rd'all c.d for MNrseilles GOING DOWN HILL.
Amn V~tdlau i. 7".j. Ecar, to X E Saun-
de-rs to People suffering from kidney diF-
it vne:an ..errri. cid for e.sbon eases feel a gradual but steady loss
Oer Elly, 473. Ma1si. to order of vitality. They should lose no
S.COWANR as. time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
Am Flrenoc readich. rn,7. Lank, to Jno It is guaranteed. W. A. D'Alem-
A U.'rratt
.un Kia El A Bavlea. 2V, Henson. to mas:er berte.
Aui 14jltair. .1A. Axelson, to aaster
Itr Julia iaii)t.tli. -. .wet.titn., to ma.- Your Credit is Good
Br Mabel Darling. 11!. T'obertn, to miist r P . :. ia i.. ,_


IV'. CLEA UK 1) AN D) ?AIACLV FOR KrgN-

$41rz% ai. Noir, s'dt%1oanr-!iost.r Mareh 7
I' --i 1, .4 I I u-r- tn id. Br. V4It u II Martch I-
I I 'mtide-r-fl-'1. 1his. ';-,at tBeirrv. Janc :0
It i. Nt-r. F'-. 40,-Z--sieb i 7's-a.
'i,-&vzf'amad. Nor. 1'.ni, l a, k-isls-eii, (jramiiby
%latch It
Nordiol 1r'.. 41-4 Grt-.rfk March 24
loin. Nor. %lt'a. iii n-,n. sir..Manrch a1-i
Op.Iua "iio,sm a. IDI.Y411, ra a-on,rit 31icalied-
.1 an -',
Tlo"% Wsa roan. hr, !411. WAatt. mrais-d 1Ito-
U Iv.r-t,,n. hr. ia'~.R.i 9,rt -wi. (i, rin. .1 sR n'
%%i dor'ft. Hr. 1,o %.us--..p Awetorp %IM1Lh-'
Zaniihtimr. 13r. .Ij ruwam -s-sF'!)h'


a I px.
A I-.n >-t. 4<,.r. 41 P'4i.tlllr .Ia. n ar '
l'ai ti N-si ."or. ,, si J ir:iv,nockl F'b I0)
An ':. '! Mkhrh"i -. It. id Mar-'ill Jan -2'
A c' t,'i.-, Nor. 1"-.7. slId Arintw rn l$'c 14
A.di. Mwed. 1.l. at tTahple Itv ',Ft. 1-2
Ifr--do. it ,7.' d i,.'ii Ft ih'h 17
i;, i 'rlid. N,,r, :,41, -:i(l ..-,,r \1iircthi i
k ;,, try, il; >. K li ,V ,; ,)* .5:.&. Ff'i -'
i l.it. ?%w l. l fHuil Jani 1
i'.ri:ar lamnbark,-elv., Nor.w'i, at An:w,-rp
,c 14
Y:f rt o. It !I T;;:l! I- '"- -'
r .i/ tou-tav l ui. ,ii. Linctr'l Mmtreh 7
ilui' a. It. :7'75. -11 \'ets inci; Marrh 1.1
l"ibu. It. :L.;, -' 1 \nptis .*i-pt '12. hort
No'v 2, ivar Port RtHo l
<(;Ilr. Nor. *ld Prt.eton li,c 11
Li?,'"anio t a'a&bor. ;t. li'l. Id (Gcnoa
Marcbh .
K.nit-gern. N,,". 7:V. -*Id .lu'k.tadt Mareb 7
John Irgn.-.. Nor. sill Chriti ansmind Nov Io
.lohiilln Nor. sId TuonspurgD I)>c I
Maria Margarethia, Swed. sd Cape Town
M arch 22
MIbfe B. It.s d (ionoa Mlarcia 24
Marcellis. It. hid Hamiu'urg. Nov i
Melusine,. RKue. W. ld tiaronen*s Fel. '
Monte A. It.7W. Nid Mar-.elle'- March 3
Olga. Kug. oild La Pallcic ser t ?'c-
Pioneer. Ger. lli. at London M rchb 11
Profersor Johnsen, .Nor, 14 t, sld Brtstol
Iltachlle P. It. I2, s id Marseilas Felb -7
Ke-tw. l)an. 444, at $bhia .lan >.
Hsilla H. It. **;1. at I.A Plata, Nov 1I
Valuts. Nor, sad Leith Meh 10
Virginita. It, sld bladeirs. Veb 2:
MILLINERY NEWS.
Mrs. L Cohen iM Offering as Special
I eadets tir This Week.
4-Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage.
only 20 cents.
3-A-pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
only W2 cents.
InMy I'a tern liHat D-pariment
Y I will find .'vinp extra rood va'-
ui-. We are iir:ki ni roin in thio
depart'ne,t for tie arrival of our
miew Ea-ter n.ovel'lio-.


In My Ti inm-el iat le Parti aent
You can hbntL ; i, ire' trnim-nmd (hic
1i it for $1.C7. $ 1 nad sI 75. in Leg-
ni, ru1, Mix,-d uJraJ-. e-tc.
G I to Mr Ii '1, liei'"


For[" ilanyth ing in our IoiIse. %v % u)nave
a large assortment of Couches. Bed
Lounges. Toilet Bets and Bedroom
, Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $1 up.
0. M. PRYO(R'S
Bargain Furniture House.




Brittles surpass all other makes-
peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
nut.


CASTORIA
Far Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tane
Signature of

Ourmi-'ion iis to cloth Men and
H.)ys, from head to foot-White's.

Room Mouldings
in all shades, plain anI fancy. at J.
E. Ross & Co's., No. 11 N. Palafox
Phone 382. 24f-tf


, Frie4an & C TICES


-o9Racket Store.- e-



A Pronounced Success-eew


....Is the Verdict of the People!


The Great Selection in Our Mam-

moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



19 Our (illifiry Dbpartm rt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec-


tions we are Showing them in


Ladies', Misses' and Children's


0UR SHOE DEPARTMENT


Bristles with New and Modern

Styles in Ladies' Misses' and

Children's Footwear. See

Prices in Show Window.


GENTS' FURNISHING


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CLOTHING DEPARTMENT!


We just received a Nice Line of Men's
and Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-
ingly low prices.


The Finest Selection of Carpets,

Mattings and Window Shades.

YOl'RS ANXI[O'i TO PLEASE.

+.COrTTN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*-
MAIL, ORIE: FILl,1. ) AT i 4N(:. .


WB. WIRIGHT COMfPANY,


V ANUFA ( 'I It Il'V1A N I I-tIEAEI-IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLE2--Kin-Drie Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


F. E. BRAWNER'S*


SOF -I E J OLJSE




:WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OURM*


Spring Line of p-to-Date Dress Goods,

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


A veritable feast ot iftt:oo-i t i~m 27'-inch Z phyrG(ingham-;. our
Or mett'lanad btly-. 'il\W'~il--. price .................'...'..'. 12'o


Kepert d Daily fipr The News by
h~awu'. AM31MeI fem&A(O).
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irt annT Txvs6.%'-a i i 4-r


S -~ti -es at j- t i- l I a


Mlfarston &
hieaidq~uar terse~


;6-inclh SprinI Perca:le.s, our
price ......................... I e
:33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price ...................*.. c
27-inch Check Nainsook. our
p rice .......................... -.'
:W.-inch WIhit and Color(d
Pique, our .r;iei' .............. lye


1so inch Whit- Corded Pique, our
-a price ............... .... ...
;10-inch Solid and Whit.- Duck.
i.l $ our price............. .... .. .
1 Yard-Wide Sea Island ('tton
lia t ..................... .......*


Finch are,
for ham-


nocks. either ilne or cheap.
Call and, ( e their stock-


r NEITH KR the captain.onwar-
nor isi en" -> of te -ritn n-li
s-i Saraoii will be respon-
sb le for debts contracted by
the crew of said vessel.


LiulfTran-at C.,)..


'Im LTN..
Captain.
laM.


Calicoes


- A NM--


Domrcstics


AT THE OLD


PRICE.


No Advance:


I Yard-'Wide litci'i'il#-l''- c-
t-.1, tuade bhv 1.- mcd-i .-(',,
ei af'j f''- it l -r;. ....' ...I-' a...........4
Pifw4 -.ftmter JI-' Civt a.........J1c
Ili rt4tH-................. Ii,
th at rb~ r a r t- d '.r... -'- r-t
J iW--t r ,Iv. ; t
l',x.-s..'lsret] in. r s~ -ric,- a ro- EU*
1.4 ind $ 1;5.
LI: 6 i--t 1 r; ds-a -* I at --'a i
Ti) :trriv#- duc i y iw w i a ~' k -,I! thue'
--;t.tr-w t a T~i(I Si a! r- tI-, o
r,-11 Ne-w ST riti: M-dit r ;it 1N
F) ta ill ''.1er yv r.i -


4 : 105 S. Palafox Street,'


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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IO1 UTSMS


~TKAYED 'fronm myI
ago, a gray lilustajj ill-n
halt er.r; reard for ret urn t.


40W.ENY Ti'l.'~ i
.Vprope.rty- Apply vt.%, I

L FE4 VAN A J'W ALAT~
TAIUFI1) BY ir% R r I F i-4


I F 1"ell WANT T' f-'lo
e 11re ith~o rae'tof i:t I b,;.
fTmT.. i-nt tirov- rty 4'? n,%~'
r-n.;eolcrijor Yioir Ci
eftlli -. or add'trs- Ii-
R-11idi ai1In-iijranc.
I)m hiji.. alot ft .,wI Uq W..
'4~~~ ~~ '4 10htobn h'.

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ij u ii7'Al F-. A ?N; i.

.r roee~r fr "flie.?'ilot~,i.r .
retx ti tor,1 t' %'r" -n..* r I:
itatitierv.

1(reat %auwifofi' -rn..-
imarket. A tioinwft isam or,.),, 3
proi..d No. *-l emingtonirrv:..,
ftre off-ring thsem at tVAo.rw~lf. r
days ju-t one-bolf mauzfKT,.'r'
Alli muchineos or@- fitteod c.mpl.-i.
boheAippedU.04) D. priVilfbile. if, r ft ,
ainination. This i a chance. cir
to pureba" e apeer auimmg all tvj
Inachillpa. thKe rm ngione-i Itaniia
York. &
R SAE-41nognood rmiupu,:,.-,:
itore. corner Uregory anti Palafa'x
- fa~ .,
ft'nelf. with gtwA On rr~w',ynh.w.
-table. servant's lictu%'S and we'll. un 1
road three, mnile, from the. csu::
LeAnd runs alouig ritht i-f war if 1 li
road.*(.epod mooal. Sple~ztidIiId
farm o~r 4uhurhan horn--. Prit--..ft
4 0 K. W ill -ichange for el t v;r( I -'S

I urb-. ifioniiiiw Bava'n *i .
-old on rft%1.v ri. anid at i iea
4'. Wat ,cPma & Ce.
-von -u- erv4
4Je-r. -%12 4 2Mut h Piaialox -.1rl-e~t
W AM N1 lkI .11
IJ l 'Jj'4 A V Is BV.K4W.A X-I
Me.! gri'- vet'I by ~A. I l.''N,-..
Iv) 1s4lTO P'.NWA % F 9'Ell
wa! I is won-rnal hom- .viork. Iv u:A
i* iso l-xp#-rit'n i'd Ct-i'k.Aid rs--

II ifs and oti.- ir a.. 1 .. 3
:04 We~t-in (aa.- fre.tq.
y~AN FE D- P4 It%% M1 1I
o' *vmur I i 1i 1 t- r I.'.r t .i

I, .%;rjI)- ll kinue ot -.nq-tv ,A.
~V wb~ky bottles. M. A. i'tkyu-

W ( AN TbL.D-014 b",h r out js L
sar lWoe.


111A fitCillibb
&) niti 'ie'eIr in Fl4air H ... I-
Articles. '-lair oil. s'tv.. 3214 o m,

1;I IU UA'E'4DIqNA I..
M 188 LIWE CHIPLICY Primary
-~And Kindergartimn is now 'ii.
Its fl~b term In Mebsresideence at :,n.-
oar of Palafox and Jarkae-n .rreeol.
trane. on Jackson. Terms 112.01) s-r in-

MqALF. AND PSMALF, WH""n -t
*corner Cbase and Covallos jkri,,,.
pares for college or business. J. if -
dell. principal. .!4igbt teramibeegam..e'

t'l' 7L()WEB.[Land Plorftl j
C M~peclobl deet g nq nvderemel foor
Masis Violeltt., orpnoc,, 3r.i Wes'.t '
pbone S M.

LO'WY." Fokr umKKA1L14 f
Ipromptly to bouquet. or spo-cri.
mis's Vilvite tMoreno.= Wet0.
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