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FENSACOL*, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 6, 1900.


vOL. 30.


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


AYLOR WILL NOT


OVE LIP THE FIGHT

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A BIG STrIKE:.

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H .E.W'lH. Conni.. April >-
,- Is much excitement Ihe-'re
pt,-ihle developments of a 1en-
.t, -'rike- of all the building trade-.
r'kr a< ntounce their i!ten-
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S.T r hi.a been conamtn. -it -d

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HORSES AND MULES

A carload of fine

Tennessee Horses and

Mules, for sa!e at the

Pensacola Livery Sta-
bles
GEO. W. TURTON. JE.





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LABOR TROUBLES IN


PITTSBURG DISTRICT


GORMAN TO MANAGE WILLMEETATMONTGOMERY PLUMBER IS ASAIN


DEWEY'S CAMPAIGN


President Dolan Issues Call iAdmiral's Tame to Go Before


For a Conference.


Democratic Convention.


MINERS ART2 IN WRONG BACKED BY EASTERN KEN


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Hist ( .andu;iia.- \'tit IDecided l) Wh-tnll'. .itl Otlih.ers So.llit' Tillsi A;o.
Prer'i;:ure Pullubielt3 1uy literfr'.
1VIfit liheir PLaiis.
WA-.iiN(tT(), Ai-ril ..-Tih-, -.*'hon


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i .rnit12 i l :rz> 1.v noi wi.h th*Ih
1ilr1 r111 h h4 'Ivh,'.. h wirh tthe driv.r-
lwl'i o>i'-ubi. hand wh,, acto'n hal li.
I. ,ij'll, i th' -top.a; tiof work."
).,1h1lu a it. I...iiun aiiiug the Piailnhandle
ii;,'T-r iir ran.-linig the. wtle taugle aud
as't ri'-uli lthll' l'ul hbv- returned to
o, ark at L .ulill'r 'if pi llt in .har distri''t
au th,.v are' again in full ,ip.-rution. To-
d.;y Pr..id.unt Dolan is attending me-t-
ing.. of I112> riv\r minii.r- in the fourth
p ,,l auai explaining th I, ludianapolis
j1r"' ianit. Tilt' -itun.iio,! is uimore sori-
*iI- I Ill f it riv ci' d.t(l 'i'!-t 1 iht ly 1pili
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07FICIALS TO BE REMCVED.
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t'. 4i:' i r, Apri. r Tli' .'u 'pi1
S..i-I nii tail 14('k a nl-w.V 1i i'il m1 wih i it
I... ;iain- k inown hatii \Vat.lhniait I ()'Briii
hli.l1 burri d Thil \va.- i- n'!ialnd to mean tlia'.t he it
f. jr..i thil c u t1ilt of la iting k'ept tl tf'd
era;n l ,11 ld tilg-r.
S '-I;al g. int 11 .-Af'-' of tihe troa-iry
l-ati i ni2 1- 111. .>-tigaitiln oll the
I T', lu li hin'. Thlitr liha-< li'i) a peur-i.at-
(.lt run,,,r that the inisp-mctor will rea'itn-
IiIi'nl i lin :.Ii-';;i:l* -m oval oIf ('oll Str\wairt ail D)iuty Os' ,riido.rf Mr -
Af t" l r',epF it will h slit to '0 ta bin li-
I. it \\.': ia l -tt rI. fro4t ll (iov.n'Tert'i Mc-
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Anll e(',ssional dose of li I'KL .
A.:-T iti',-ts keeppi the ay stent
ealtlihy, wards otT disease and li1iltin
tainl- strength aud energy. For ale
by Hainah Bros.

Our Men's Spring Clothing is up-
to-date in every way. Th'u Jnio.
White label wouldn't be o.i thiinm i
the-y weren't. White'-.

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'e u'will soon receive a

1'e lht of f/itenIt l'ifnl'/ow
wiq'jf)ii, V i1ft tor /hem.
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('ro,-="tt's Young America ?:i shoes
fr vyoun.z men. the he-t shoe in the
world f-or the price, at White'..


Ma i ..'r c;"'?v "!iion w .r tila'2 ll
pla nldI'< at a seiei'- of '.."'f. r-i!-" -, hi '
principally iin Wa'haiiton.
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One ot f lt -e lIlt ski!e'",! p l 'W -..' ;ir2:
aitge'' inu tl D.-ni. c.:-.;l 1;'; ::v s '. :' 1I
to tak-.' 1 .;*.*" f 1 t. e it. ,\ i:;1 :i2 -.:, 1
con.spiino.a. had' r.s \Vi'i..;::. '. \\-'"
e'y, ()ai ,i'l S. l-:am nL -,i':i',l :: .
John R. M..ol' in Ii ard pli'ti,' tio ftt -' I <'i\> i 11. IL ,L I ,
e Th. "y ,'s '.. as .,l tl'f il .i' *it;u ri, :,
fulil they tw llf- ,r lic.-d val .,
invrc-Viea ilt c,,uld be ti ', ,*.- 'ull:. urr.
diF.reiitid the reports that ti hero of!
Meaula ttav womld rin for ,pr-siid,-t nil
der any circuinstaio S.
lAim-y prop)ei d to spring th- plau aud-
de v., *lot long tl'firar ti.' ak._eahliliug of
the teltui-m.ratic National (.on venti ion, iand
on the ware oft popular ,eu.'hujiasmi
which the anuouniemloent w'is 'exel'tevl
to arwftt, radeullated on swepiug aide
all ob.tairls anid iu.'ki!ng D.-'.v.y thet
party caudida rP.
Aamin il ) \'. a'v tallUn. illt't-iiln'itof bi-
candidatcv a' this tim'u \tii iNot :oriteill
pah l tIb ty il' ladr.s in thii at l:ovin nt.
rh-y lri'-rdedl A.itril HaS t,KI early. Tba:
the m ueittuuceilnet '!l sho tl! b' n-:d by
.Adliira:l L)DWv" ii 1o 13 i to 1iie p--
i.te-nit '.,plr't.s froli W'a'ihlluzr'ii t11 t t
r. .d r.. edM LD'-v l-y 'vu4ll /1 abrola) .
1'h6 latter 2uiu', tu ,' ir ii >'0l;:irlrd Iv
the adaiiral to, a\-b. l.--i alh,i,,lutely
%'i'thout f.uiKlhilI 1i. 11, i \i- ',1 rag'urd,.d
a ai ffl i'l.rt t (o' fierv-';l and '.ihi let '. k l it
DJc wI y |l ot,!.*

Ti ',* ,xu('t 1wi'oil oi f .\A L:: i!al )D.w-
eV's tut ill..l i < UI. 'tit (ali.-0r"1' .iui for
s I-v4 i- \.'] .s. It xvltl w; ];'.rtd with
the 2 i2 ; 2 i ,'' i'e i12il i; al,'.al' ,.f .lthe ta't
It, ilt \ *,I:-le fit ti t;i ( hnl il l w il,' L.
wa on 'aill !,i. r i '.";iit l.itr to St. Aug.ti2i2e'.
l'a. i: "12 ; lintd o 1'out last nligii t tliat
D])m, *:"tic !,.adi<[ s, of th. rromiiitiin ol
th<,.- u: etit >ih ,l n.l,, ,,t1 l) a\ '- L,!
..,>li(.1 to, ;h.- pinlii2at'ii o.f Adiuiral
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tiln' Inl i'.viwe\vdi inll r'gardi hlihis e'aiinidairv
flir ti' pi',..isie'lhixy. Admiral DI)e\ev said:
** 'i a.k liat' it I ha'v advi-i.f" with
'h 1 hitve-. Yiu ak wheth lir thiey ar' Reti-
Iu','i a ln. or l 'niot Ylou A-s k wvlut party I expl'et to tIe uoni-
inated by. I shouldd think Pres.idtent
McKiill-y w(,uld I.e aioniiniited lv th
Repbliiralia piuTly. Y.1 a sk if I livte-
auy views a to tariff ibet. teel liitI 1oln0l-
try and Ptiirto Ricot. I have .strong
pinioiti I do I :ot
How .n we atrtolr o ti I ll -11i(ch1
highti rade Clothinir at siieh close
prices? Our a inwr i i- pirt- ;-iid .sirn-
plt-; mrsi i- a iodtern -tirtor, (pol-
.structed -trict Iy on ,ro',rI ,.-siv"
plan-1 <0lr hClothing, i- -old on l h.
sinalle-! iiir. in i of po i, i l, p.illinii
ll a ll ire' v 'illn *, 'if li-l-iiiHe--. The
mior- t'l t:i;!_.. w -f-11 tt '- ,,ter
,lir ;ipunchal ii.,: p.w. hle low-i
oiir pii('-- : thatii t' e 'i\ II i t iint
-h,.ll. \W iiiti -.

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K tx-\ '.Cir AIr'! .'. An a rmv of
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ttil,' s11u<,lli]l jt'ri2g a lflir: o?. I i',1,1 vIaiit n
hall. Ir( 1'itta r ,ir I,, li l.' ,i'tt't r.'L iit,
yl for id 1I niir itir ".;.t* ;.l *',, \'-\ l
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ment of TEETHINA in thi- paiP.r.
Douglas Shoes at White'-.


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,.r.r ti .i th,.r nur'n I! *;l "- IHti!,l.':: ani l
L: i;t:1 ;a' <.i.'!.tiim i.
T" o' ila'i itls in l h : 11 ; ,'- thir',
r.t'<";lio< -rs4. Mrs. M. C. Al ixand.. r o,1
"Te'-TI ,, '.. o -.v ,r ,of' 4 321 .h r. t "of sto,'k.
v',ii,.d li '.N.O.; \W S. Brall'hy o, f Vir
.'ir ,.t owil'.'ii If 1i >llarvi' valliilll lt *:i .41,
nl A. T '. lSpu'llin i oif Tixa;i', o -11'r olt
h nli -r,. v'il'.' It is x;-'-r,.'t that tho' )fTa !i'S 4f ti,'
.i--, i0.111i i 'rill l tw wonnd up w\%il l ai

IlnlmarkailIle Cure ofl lithetimaIi'.
K .N N %.. Jack-oin ICo., W. Vi.
Alh lit titre+ ypai;ii< a mgo my wife
haid aln attack of rthiuilliatiuitn which
n'otiiin-d tithr to lipr bed for ai month
:ilhi rtnder(le her uinahle to walk a
t.'p without as-i..taiice, iher liiiiha
.tw-iit -wolln1 toduble their normal
-iz-. Mr. S. M.:iddox insisted on ilmy
n-iia g ('Cl:.aiiberliin'- Plain BiBlin.
I piii a'!:;a.d a fifty v cent bottle aind
ti14 (l It -i'cortliaag to; the- directions
and th,- ni-xt morning -she walked to
hreakfiast without assi-1tance in iyll
iaitnu'ier, iiand -he haii not lhad ai - lar attack -incp -A. I. PA.On,' .-.
Far ':tlt by H.v>11;;1:! ltri,., 21 ioutltt
t'al::fox reet.
\w i;i,'1 Ouil 1) i",i.
R \ I \ Mi,,h.. A:,ril .' -Thi bu-i
ii<.-' p[) ltio2 i ol L ui-. viillia o wa-i d1.'rt ,i ,ed
by li:,, wi n li' sr rtart ,41,.111k frali aln 'xplosion oif ca. l gat, in
a sal ba a. A portion tof th, r"'.4idti'c.
sectionn al.- hurn-"d. The total loss i-
-".tiniat.,d at upward of a:;)J,(i,<. with
iuuiraila'," litht iin most ,'at.-.. Every
businh-a building u th- village. oxc.,;'
W\ llhamn P.iatt'rl-',,i- ;*nr l t,,r.- wa-

\Nortli .alal)uInII P'r'..hIyvterv.
Fi. lic\' 1-:. Ala.. April..2 T.i2 1' b"
tr 'y of Nrthl Ala- uiIiH will i' t in th i'
firstt Pr' next TuPsday a''v.nilig anil IrelualiU i
0.,. 1i4 twi fw a ilavr. "l'It*i orp'ilin i *raljiFi
will t,.' pbr,'22ihI'd hv t,.v Mr (Ir-'".r ,t
Bi rmuingthamu.
Hl1-Ia no<-A .nieriai i { 'onhgre-..
M \l' ii ,. A \:,ril .-, -- a s lt -,1 s l to th .
dnie,,l' :':t;: ,I1s wVh!' h attf,'e l fld th,. v:.1"


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l';tk' I.:.x lti vl Htr, i '-f ...i..n- 1 aiblet%. All
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DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale a;
D'Alemberte's.


DEFEATED PY BOERS


His Cavalry Makes Two At-

tacks o: the Encai-y.


BRITISH HARD PRESSED

Left I' -l'rI leidtl otln I e1, ltl clllef (t'4.L
mI ini ltr'i porite- \1 lilt.i h ling Mae.
king Froin tilhe illmlith llIer Vorce
irh r,;il t-lia I h 'fi, 1.. I ta hi.
I.-." > I \. --,\ -pfial disi ut<-':
from L..ri.: i1ii ,.;t. /. V ha tifght-
li- 1 dt Api'ili 2 in the' n igihbtor-
ii ,-d ,. f M1:.' Ik:-. !. Ti t- ga.rri on miuade
ii -,r2 .. w\vil;>. ,.li,':i! i'lu i.,r'. 4iU valry
2 '.' ..t l4 th IBors a:t 1, 22llit; ill-t lim .
3Bolth attacks were rtn p'.Ii.
ID)er:r-hed x,,I! )h -If i;,er h-or-e. ntuiu-
bt trin;: ')0'i l .! .* '..f 2. lhIi\,' appii vre
ait .%:i l I p i r i-. T >.r ',thwiu'd uand
'; V i t % !*i'' t 1 i. l I !i ateuing

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S flit' c e(i'li a I- i> t ti .. lin.itol-
tinl. ;ln rhr ih ,l,it..tntcn -ihor awii ,l ail
(.*iirUl (Giahr r tl 1f,",-- r ,-msrttld tri
bf.;t'l., t te ii-.t .- t r If n !Ir It,- f.,s m -
iin tly d c'li,- tf< ,nll ,, i'.tiit, cihasia,
the- i3ti r b ltiahl. HI- i.-,. ,r '.-s,'ria hk
cavalry and tllra-pll-. an.iiL, f(ir th
for l r arl ani iV'!li'! t.
, Kxplual tious ha.v:i. ilir.-ct ,'rigin il
illt wKaifI,. US r4 LI w1v IA'IIl la(AWrtI. I
inio-tive are- that thr,' ihas Ill-eii a Ilac
of horw's for reiuount but nl-w horiw
are arriving by train l-iid-l hourly. The
pr,-ure ouu the r-ailrali. -s, gr'at lthlI
private ir *'r-*. have not l it-ni faorwairl d frouiCa"p
Tovwt for rahre,, We.k.s.
TLii o silnain in the F're Stmate re-
imm12i ., fir t',,'in 'ht-ir atuatd i. tulit s -
faclir y t .riri-h ,,l,-r\. rr.- The aiek.
tie-.- uiiin1 g Ihe i t r jri l-oei s at a -
11 r,1 i .ii t,0, in to i nilrI t.9tu at hMv
T Y a 11 1%.,i l r1'1 r1114 s-1il:. M iiz a p tl ia
ht'>, a i"i I:ti. ft m"' T i.i t the- .hur'tliamn .
\ !A .... thl. i'kiifa ;'', r. '1 ls it likely
thitt iiiitre pt :.s .r- :11 b e- m tit tfo SI.
tl,-'.'i-an. A .- i .- lrh f'll i tl i owu
darle'] \V. .li "laV ii' 2iilll2icv- the Itt ar-

'lvic '..I 'Ii h.kii v t ha-
M -,ior<.. ii I.;l:; >. h: -,1'iwarl. him
bro' *u t -. "I I l l'r.*. Th er,

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'h. i'il Il'- i.l n t, l. t; ;, \ V ,. -' 2ll I a I f'l" '- I t .l f i-rr m l Il Jr e
\ lil#r ao b n .r. .111.a t oi'r buhlh
i. :;, >i., 1:1. M ;i l< ;..i I." .,:n i til south.
I. I t;II\p Ap'il a-. The S hleilaiigs-
Z,:itun. ralort. that Herr Mahalulimea,.
(rniiii ,a ul ;iat a'yit Liondon. Capi
X,,l',:ijy. Ii.- I..,aii Nr, -sly iuuaulrttd lby


thi i. itiiiisa lein 0i)t. .aI-. : "If thib low
.'lhuihl pr' l> e hi i ,- rtit-. it .ili be inter-
i-rilln to w-it'h tile (iranliiy foreiu i
t i> *. ?ikt; autioii "
E WHEN TIIAI E.IN(I
Wlifthe-r on pibliia'ure bent or buit-
IIre-, take on every trip a bottle of
Sy "up of Fi e, as it acts mno.t pleas-
mntly and effectuially on the kidney.
liver, ;ii(d bowel-., preveitiung fever*.
fleaidache- and o lir .. For sale in f.i Celit bottle.s, by
,ill l-atding drugti-t-4. Manufiactslred
by the California Fig Myrup Co.
only.
SENATE BILL IS ACCEPTED.
Ilusi l epiabliii'us \\ill Nt O(lpplo
Puerto RKlan .lMea aare.
W-AnI'. ui,'..\ Airil :.- Tiat R(pubh-
'ai umtina''rs of tihb hou'i halv- tubtuia*
tially ngreed upon a proI,,rliii r Ilative ri
the Pu-rto Ri ua tariff ,ill. Their plas
1,- t cni.utr in the ., na't amueUetIDm
and thus aioid all dalayv nid I probai
involved in Ian attempt tio airead th
senatee provl!ftani.
The' mlauagers hav. a4,r,-,d that She
piltn to subs.titiu tha- house" lhill prov1i -
ing n ''xvil tiov-llie'nit for Pi.rtt Ricu
for thi. -,nate pi'. ions w'-u!d be- l-
poll'vb-. a. there ',a-w rally lilf dliffr-
.I ''.- i \ ,-'.*.ri* the' t, \ o.
Ili I ",ntralit Saiw'a'rdld.

I'.lil,'. v fo', ir "ry f tlii)i- < \ I 2t .- ...'riiti t wi\th tlh. r1inl.'x, i Fria'tlales
iil i l ', I' ii\p.ii 1i I,,1011 t l a lLatrite nUm-I
I f"r ,f lAngle' The '-.irrvli: o, ir of lt shi
r- nitr a't will r.llriiir*' n lirg. irr, iratei a
ti" plani t otf the f,::;mi!'v a111 1 till wn e-.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900.


Cheese In Swi.s Pamiliep.
The social rank of a family in fwit.
zerland is estimated by the age of its
cheese, and the greater the respect due
to or tlie affection for a guest the older
is the cheese set before liixn. There
are in each pantry at least as many
cheeses as there are boys andl girls in
the family, for at tlie birth (of every
child a cheese is made.
It is first cut into on his or locr we'l-
dling day. o(in which festive o0're.siOn all
the guests partake of a pine' of tine
grooni's and the bride's c-heese in order
to secure for then all earthly thrift'
and happiness. The rest is served as
a token (of friendly souvenir and lheart-
felt mourning after the tomb lihs clos-
ied over his or her earthly career.
Moreover. when a Swiss youth falls


Rcsolentlon In l'iuinana.
WVA-;vvti~~,tt e5April .a,.It is- 5Iltfit-,t-4
that rthe .tre nnb-slt"' ii Iansita tire1 s. rik .us
and the authl~it'i, Ts art- beginssit, ~tite ,,
attenilti ittIto thwui. \tatl scrvhot',' hnIe



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In love and wishes to pay court to the ca-in-. del-th. He had ji- aittain ;
girl of his heart he goes to hlir father manhiul ;ind wia very pvii niinsZ If


3LW inO. pocia ,AL5coraxtm.


ESCAPED FROM JAIL.

THE CLEVER SCHEME THAT WAS
WORKL-UD BY CNE C?._OK.

MeCWantedt a e crtnim, Ilcoo. and lie-
4e.t It. Thilnet ai.P4 it.a U h-ltLe't tit-
dy. and lips 'IllMe.' rea'. d teto ic 3.--




~ionthe vetici'1.w'.,t:- nlcit
AMUy r'in~~-'icsa- tic' has %,-I

4-al-C of jul la-t i1i%'..1 \%I ...;n
an ac~eciti-heIt I.- i-t.. 'i h' a!. I ''.:c-
m~vex'r arr-e'-t.. ti it'I. o1tal~ il-

E)ne dny ii. uI 'i: a 'rof '~7
good HLt )iIItZ. '%%-t11eli'---c'el 0i111 'i reilci,



rahlgiour. :ra '1t a t' Z1ilTltp11' hacesisS.l
"We Picked i 151 1:I ''ZeO- aI'l' S.c tcgtlj-t n
er. roxt 'Moll~.ik etfMarit i< 'Pilz:'iICSi
F'rogre-is.' 1;7hi''' Sr-il! aetIr i t 4)f e'a*-ti -
uion., 'l'sc-y's 1'liets nt'htle' Pie eleii0C'':n1nil
atuong ot llc'lc'.4i 4lIainht. Sl 'ti vI
btcgfld sviolmnt'.- -:i;I4'-4 l ie' vi'e'id III

cold -opit-s. lentit1:1V e'znllt'r tcl'ld ime lie'
Would ikIe t~e'-l ilimit 11tn-in it)to iiiz lieitit-
.3r befoess-ClcsiiiI tin-he pirc-Iast'and -.4.-
lewcd to leave' a Iislad its steulrity'.
"llsat lwas :icrvc'a- It' tee1414'n. antd he
carried a nva *iv tih Ise' ha Next c!:iv 'he r'--
1turedanullI~rcinglit thst'c'c'icr fiasir
jrf the tI400%., U i::-. 1,01n 'flic' Friendic

iag1y liatt gi' c ii nv1i *,! r tit-- tellnc-,
The othier's- icpn.'jt~i ilfr. :andl I 1ie. vc'-
iso Pecn tiim aga~izUlu i111thaclayit)c
this.


a typicalt p ti 7.-lam t: -'Inl lite:1.1 t-1 Ida'
catme In on. fle' ;if! -n aatnd 'i.'inleeak-
log o eer fthe, rese;l V "lie-
ran a(-t's 5tho --,lt 't I ''iiIn) A- -

oethertrtF ,i!v. Ti i:ti,., t1!ieta% gr:i' t;i-
c-ation. Shle' l;'-kl -Iit on 'i a l. "ja.it.
It Was exa. I-.1 :. T>' S liz. iSa! :4 1. i t)


ft vreat troublee. I N',:!- L1:111if' --,'t I Iid
of tibe tiwtk :litI ~tLci h.. it lcrla
wo~uple.of claill r-.




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4of cureeti p*w ~lItaai'old Liily
w lwats ditth elante'~'.ii 1)4lir
stwerkl rvjw!t'c'fi- m"1.) Oe to tie .dt of I le
4dtcetlVe. bIax'l II it1tin: eer .3ci ctte of the
qum. The ftlgtifive.is nsupptisee to Iia'e"
softanan outhi)-liund 4-tvanler-at Rnay
saw be wm% never c-1atntit
"W'bt abe-nut my first t'usfttner. u.2e-
,youasAk? Oh. he uIt'.: undcunblediy the
pat w-ho planted the ~sawtq.--New 4Or-
1mm Times- Dbem tw ra t.


A CALL

F-'r Ininmcratic lrinaiaicEs and Con
vent Ion.
Re-..olvetd. That a convention of th lielp,-n
ocr-aiI it party of Eftcanbiaa county .*-ft. I I'1
he-it at koweltonl at '1 o'ctlotck noon ion the
14th day of April. 1*-. faor th purpo-e o
i-'le-I tllmt: t Ivt'e t -1 per ovi ll' to repr,-tenI
f-.cambinla county at thLie Ilrict CoI. Vo-i.
tiln tio)i notuinate candidate fcr C('enrre-.'
and for the ipurpoie of s'electi nha twelve i -'
perlonlS to represent E.-amhnbi county HIt
tlh,- tate t'Colive nation at such tlit le antlc
p nMeo'' t' may lie ti ed by the Mtiate andi Cion-
grr--siiniato lrem-iocratti"' oiinhte. and lo
SIt purpose of -electing a t.cauty E?.ecu-
t.v.' Co llniitt-e to hold until tllt'ir s *ce'-
.ol- hall oi -e lectetd lin lIt".
lie pre nnct- art e arnid -hatil It- en',it1 'd ti
the following iepnret.t-tatioll aIt -aid 'touiu-
tvy ( .ell'titoll :
So.. 1. Nl -* 1
No. .'. K upfrmIn'
No.;. M IllvI \ 1 ;
No. 4. Fe-ry n '-, 1 '-
No. o. HI iturt' I 1
No. 6. Po'tvltotil
a N 7, Ili s i'i tr i i
Noa. '. ilral ir,-'I
N o '.. iHlu lT ,i or:1p ,n -'
No. Ill. ',t ani A HtIalii'.'I' JI
So. 11, WHillUt Hill 1
NoP. li. 'Pen-n.el'a I-
N% 4 .1. 1i tp,-i;atuc i .
No. I, l'e-n 'tc lt .t. ; ,
No. I.-. I'enl colt I ;
No. Ito. V'*n-villti 1
Nto. 17, ltre-nit'- 1
No. 1., .McllavIlI 1
No. I, '. M ltinno
No .'!l. I lollittton 1
iln tI ihe puroo-e of -!ectt ing de.lt**- t nt r troo i
lti st t'.-veral prec'Ilnct's a" abov., tt-t )rilth int for thlie purpo' of noninatingi two') cinai-
dates tor I te House of Kepretentnttlv'-. for
I lihe ptrpoe- ofe nominiatiiga a itanllhltele for
tlheriff. na candidate for Clerk of Circuit
tourt, a candidilate for Tax Colector. it can-
didltte lor Tx.\ A--e-.or. a caudtit,"- -tr
'1 re-a-urer. a candidate for county J udlze-. n
Ca ididatle for t uperintende-t o(f 'Vuli, I ni-
st auction, a canilditdate for C'ounty urv-eyor.
a (ca- ddalt for Clerk of C criminal i ut.rt. a
can1did lte for Justice cOf P-ace' and a Co'in-
tliit e! tior .eecoiid Il' iNtrict. I 'itllidat-' for
J.t-'' ,'"a f P'eae. for I"- ift In I, strict. catli-
didltsl,'- for three +ninsllh-ri ot uitn llt ( ihol
Bioardi. M primary election of tihe ,oa-tno-
cretlic \oe!rs otf h. citalhtia county s hail tbe
lIoaldenI he.'twe'r th.l i)turn Ocr f .11la. in. and
6:4.5lp. Ill on Tluedaiy. the lioth iniv oaf Alpril.
li. 1, ( il1t tor th, pur po .' of ca iidut' lini. saidl
*e'- 'I i-tIn thel fte Iowns nll llspecto,' anitI i.-rkqi
I| ieliotiLl ;ire .i rei y sele'ctted ltld up-
pointe-d:
t'rvln.ctN So. 1-Chas-. Andrew'-,' Nti (.a..
W I. -ll. llinspect-tor ; Artrclilie iilttiu.
cl-rk.
P'recinlc't No .'--A-' i rav' Y. I oi-D)iur iclI',
.iBIII.' 4 <. lt\' i' .llt.'*-c'tc -; T .. M 't l IIt.
t.e Ik.
Prr'inict No.:;-Frat:kl Sualtz-7. I1. P. Wl.-
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-aid .is,:.'. t til.*'. -izithi hie etinti ii i'. a; r-
t '.,dntt l'y nrmv:ft'tl to ptrl i.-ip'tl nte IIu -i t > t E"r
in13,r e-lc'tIt u i. aoil n.id p iIuiary *- l''l','ii
.-tinll n-' it-id 1 all .t a', .dndr tH.'' l .-
stid I t',iultt omiM it ',-t ftrIli :0 -PaltI cite pt. I
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* Il.'- ,ft'!tle t'n lnit y jutitt e- i1 the' ('lT"t e t
of Ar ii. ;.e"a. at |ll t'f tlIne anld ple te Sit'
-1Mll eet'enve' ;-!urrll. e'i.\lpe- 11th Siinit'
an'1 aiinint;t in",' thi- ne--tliS teof ,iid pc niiiary
elet-'Ion, atid lih.' il-.peclisi- ihovt e -i'. tit e
11nil ha. e lW-n an<1d Ibere thf r>'tiurnn- olf ald


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i11 e' heual it' to ."** d shall be pitted( on
Slain a h:t' pap. r. :icd .iall hal e no dit.-
It ia thel int:iineti-nm of the values ; Lguiblhig niasrkI I -. PAI.r
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and asks permission to share the fami-
ly dinner next Sunday. This is al-
ways granted if he is respectable, for
It would be considered a deadly insult
to refuse. The anxious question in his
mind is. "Will papa bring out the
cheese?"
Papa does not usually hurry to re-
lieve his fears,. having the family dic-
nity In mind and wishing to proce'dl
w'th due deliberation. If lie is inmli,' satisfied with the suitor, he :it length
rises from his seat. gos solem.nl'l.V to
thlie cupboard. takes down the oldestt
piece of (ches.,. splits It andt in hds a
pie <' to the youth and one to tile i;naid-
I. :nl1 from the mientlltl tihey have
tast.ed it they are Isetrothed.



POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.

For iteprenntvative.
I hetreby announce myself ais caltrddatf-
fir, l p ei)r.'IVitntive f (if calintlm it C C unty.
Florld l tin the- lti slatl ure, butlj,-ct It tht-
de.nuoeratic priimarles.
C. MeeN1 (liN.F'S.


For lReprew'-t ativ e.
I hre.by annouinCe y*-eif at- a iei.ldildat i
for Representative;f l-'.stscurnmi Cottll 11 n
tinha.-e I- ilature., subject to the Iwmonrittlc
i'mii it t '-s.
jI. 1IMM v'r \ 144.vF.
For Sheriff
I t'-r'I)v annlounc" myself aFI a candidiJt-
ftr s-h-rilT of r.? tnil bia ouiint%. land rl-
-,cnc tiilly t-sk bthe support of my fiielnl!
ill voterr. if the' cotlni If elet'ct.ld I iIIf
(il-flhtl n lhi t he- 11.l of[ ecf ll o- lii't tllri.t ll l'ly
fanirl.y and iunpartially.
W. H. HIr rt- III\t,4oN.
For Sheliffl.
I herebhy' announce rnv'e+ilf Ht a can(didate-
fer r"-4-le-eltion to the otlct of 'hetrifT oaf Es-
iatinbia county. Florida. aind ,olcit the ,utf-
fraiges aud Interest of all my frl-iinds.
GKOKO- E. rMITH.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
eIlection. J. C. VANIPEa.T.
For Clerk of the COrcuit 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. MCMILLAN.
For Circuit Cletk
I announce my candidacy for ('lerk of tlih
CircuIt Court of EJ.rannbita county. uiil)j-ct
to tUhe action of the ensuing Ih'linee'riatic
primaries. KIt. L. I A NI I.t..
For Circuit CI rk.
''o thet Voters of Escalinbia I otin :
I Ih'rabv an noUnice- ive-lf a It riildat e foi
the offlie, of clerk of lithe circuit c rt oit
-E fenil ia county and \ill lee pl>a-ed ;o
have' tht support of lily friend- Iand lIhe
voter- g nit-rrlly. .1i1Nll I i. I.x Hi A.
For Tax OClletror.
I hrebhv announep mnytelf n- a ndd;(lite-
for re-election aI Taxi t olector oIf F'ran.-
lila county. and ask thie support of nI%
friends and voters generally.
A. H. I'AI.EM iHT Riv.
ltor Ta x Cnllectr...
The IniSn y friiientl of J iudj e *'. P. I','i'-'
havnig, o'itallied l co111 iiseit hlnei. ;i-
iim4na"r1 1 im as aen nidt l ate' filar Taux < o.: I( ti
of ET-'-ni nibli county iat thie i'lllIrl j l *'I" itnll
MA N 1 E \ A,,,
For Tax A.SeeseI r.
I ht I' hy annoitIinc ni.-l nIt- a c'tnit!,dat
Itlt 1t tot- l I1 oe < i of lof iI I lo r!. -. I r It'-cle'd I I )- I t(o e i II t 1 i- o.1
ilitt ell' or if 1 H" plit II,'- In i .: .'., ii\
titiYI In It v rv detail as ilf t- l,;-n I ;.>


1'or 4l lit) Il >ti *e-r.
I nI linitilil'e In .. '. f t s at It 'i ll. l '' T''n
tl f fic'." o f t unt i ''Trlan-mi r. er ', t,
S '." :ntil.iit of th,' delo'i rili It' pr;ir iit; > v.11h.
t-K thlie pportt of in frietdu-.
WI ..I.I. AM 1 ". A1 t .I:-.A.
i-' ir ('tonriy 'T rea an no'r.

L";ll~lt\ -utl r<-| l., ;t u!1 0(14 I,4 4 11 li t I lie AI '1ll1llL
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t. 'titi |a il| .nti Iil N i' f 4- i I Ie- f.iT 1r h1 !,
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I-'or Jlu. stI c f tiet I P'eat e.
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11-1or 4.11r-mniier-rchilool MIaaad.
N'wicI rigresto thn- uio rviue-at of frzcndla
I taivo- d-'c'itll 7.t,-attain b.'-c-a me-a a -nlndidit.-
!or nil-nih1-r' af the- '.ehoe 'I hoisrd of I'>e'amtIi
couinty.:;hj c~t to tnLe' act ion of! thed- '-ine,.

FoirlMe~mber P'chineil BKarit.
'The frte-nd. of M.R. J. I'. ST6WA1II Scof Wal-
'Itt H iI. ut'. ing t-t'uro-d hj. conf--nt,
net'rei".yannimcintev'hIst n.andidltc' for uem-I-
'te'r of t ho- E'-eamihia County.' school Houtr(;
!.,r the-Tintn thl-rn nI'rict'. s'nAhicet to th, Fa..
ili fIII- (etlomoratic' primarie-..
Vocr Tax Aiwtawsar.


was a brothr'it Mr. Williamn Pulli;a
of thi e .ity.
l"irg 'irc In lla.i-n.
.M31ct. April .c'.-A ,l,,-ru'ctiv. fir.'
visit'-d South Mac 'in .airly this morningg.
It stairt'd al lut I ,'i,'i k. S.'.vcral re -i-
it lnc"' wt'tre biurilr S Hni' litnll'S wv r
il-nurd. \ w1hil r, r wr,, irn t. Th.,
,)riLin i tf tfir. anil ti4.;11 it ,f 1ci .',- n
knownii.
\Villi,an It. olo'e D)edl.
A'I: A\TA. April I.Wi\liamn .w.
one', f the! le sta*a' HIndnl Iie o)t" A'!]tllnt;'AII' i -i IC .--
ful l -iii'": IItn'i. l 'i \W 'tilni'-ilatv ;ftf 'r-
noI on at 4 1 i l at k- ;at lii- r-rid,,iI I !;I


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.
.Niw YoRK Apri! 5 orip CLOSR
January ............. .'. ... 7.
February _.. ... '' "I .... 7 9
Marca......... -" OJ
April .. '
WM ay .. ................. 4 .17 .... 4 ,:;
June. ............ .. i :7 .... 9
J uly . 1.4 '.4
A ugust...... .......... .... i
Septem tn r ... 6 .... S 3'.
October .... .. S i
November ...... 7 '. ... : '4
Dccemer.!v ;1 7 94
S ot cotton ', ,ei *,'' i t m ilIllm -Z tip-
land" 9 II-.-:; in.u.ililtni : lt i lf 5 :e.
GRAIN AND PALOVISIGNS.
CHICAGO. .'.pI.1 ) OPEM CLOSE
WIHEAT- \;:1.. ... t6,.,
WaV AT-Mav l .''?', .... 67
W\VHAT-.Juir .. .... 6 .
\\' E A i" -:t-'L"et lI t1 r I,.'' .
L ORN- .A ri....... 41.
CORN-May... 4; .... 4 .
IORN-JIuly ...I 4;,
CORN-`.;epte nmier 4- .
OATS- Aprill .... ... '
OATS-May .......-.. --.- .-- ....
UATS-JlY .... 1.
k'ORK- -t A r. .. .... 1 .;<
POBI-a May ..... .... i i .... 12 '.2
KK-Jlv... ..... 12

LARD-.-Ma ............c 0 .... 6 70
K ils- tpril ....6 97'
tirBS- .M1 v. (3 ',-2' ... 6 .;7-,
tlBs-Jmuv .... ......6 8'
NAVAL STORE .
S %\ ,\v Ni. -\nril .t Spirit- tuirpen
time tirn at 5:; receipts,. : sales '21':
exports 1tl Rosin iltPi alo nolDal; tme
slnimt |tllei. loA". tirmii receipts I <.-,
mal-e : 321 .l \ ')jrts ;P.' Q-,,te- .\. It -
D. $1 4-, E. $K .Go: IF $.>A (;. l.,O If.
$.,v : I. $1.t K. $*'2.'2- M. '.'.$ N. $N.'.
windowiala', $3.G : waterwhite U.)0.
\'LMI-lNlVN. N. (.. April --Spiint-
t1irpeltine steady at '', 4; r'rei:ots N.
RHoin steady *and iiiichniiced. receipt,
''57. Crude turpenriue -tea'ly aind utin
changed: receipts 1;.1 Tar firm at $1 2.
receipts ;:3.

N',,ve-tijp itt M[f' J.welr ;:,t
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IP pporti'ilinI ( 'r-I j \If \';f.N.' !I! ;if-
tIaI ,l lIii' dai xnty. .\-k \e.i, to l.,. '
to It Iti iii.

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


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Place For Pensacoia

Buyers to Buy


for Infants and Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the .i ,.
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and hlas e en ImIae uniedvr 1i
personal sulwrvision for over :;O years. Allow 1i)o 9,..
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Irnitations .,,,
*Just-as-gommd are but Experiment<, and endtanir t!e,.
health of Children-Experience against s.xperinwrut.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of







In Use For Over 30 Years.
cChasNCeM Hcomane. Turnercr




ZHS Tuner,


*.ARCHITECT -


-AND-


General Contractor.


li ildli: i ".d .1:: a- :. M at'tl 5 d (i.-at*. S- ttt~ i ..-. P i''nin ,.:. :
a11d (;j- F-i; t|..

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.

fI \ -'' e I- i-'n-. Iettiln:tt,-. PI':I- :in.l S;t-t'ii.,'i. -
i11;- ,,1 .\li rl ~. 'l tr,-.i r. ,d t ,i n .4-: ,,rt N *.\ ','.
I r '.\ I. i-..,, ;|:l f (':r,-fully '*..,**.' i, S to .k ,,f .1,":.. 1 f ,,,
I'!in of \ ll K i 1; It i T lr ("..-. ; H i t \ ;
Ilit \V.tt-r :iinl ( 6- rixtle--.


:: Telephone No. 345


--THE





Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


JOHN F. PFFIFFRH.


AS.-T. ('AsSI :


DIRECTORS:

Oif F. F ~lnI--& C
K. J. NVHII'M I It E, JOlt F. PFEIFFER,
i.. Hii~rON (I REEN.


RIX M.


MORRI~S BEA i.


A General Banking Busine.'s Transurted.


'eswi' Afcounts Handled on Favorable Terms, iEx.

Chance lBought and Sold, Colleetions
h'romnptly Attended To.


.A ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


The Star Laundry.,



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Our Address
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N Z114. 37 E. GARDEN S
~.~t5)J4dI~~)FOR. AND DELIVERED FRF.:-?v
V~f.!rjXERLINGRAHIAM, anagor


FsTABLISHA') 1863.


ChoiceFamily McKENZIE OERTING & CO..


GROCERIES


-I- AT-


The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


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Q-120-122-^t


0 .. DCALK"J IN w


Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.

e03 .A NOs605 s. PALAI'OX T.EErT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINGO'S 9. 4- <
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUTBEL &HON'S pt'MF'-

catl Seirage, F alpts. Sill. luntical lstri ta, SIarts, echors, 0141
COMPAR*KE. WG. TC.
C McKernzie Orrtin ('.lAiectin. Agent for Bar Pilotr Be':-v
citation.

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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


a K E S J 1 FN T.

VICE- PRESI DENT.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900 8


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NEAL ASKS CHANGE OF VENUE
(Case of C'arollna's Defaulting Penitel-
tiary .superintendent.
CO)AMBIA, S. C., April ).-Counqel i
for W. A. N.-al wi.l. ,on MolIday cnxt, I


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l+ ii ,; .i on'. ', ol :| s-Tn'" ot il,' -i ',t-
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111 !. % e r % 11 ]:. v i h o
a 1 o ;:i l .. .. : !'] ..: o ii nlI it of s' \ lh t
iron, \\ ".;,;:i th.- <,( ln !lit i \t, l\ s aa
'-, w rolh1 q : V%>i :,' c1-1 'ir 1h< 4 ll a-
terial to tih. i;i;,-t, etn,] of the- conduit.
wthere- it falls- i t-ilt le-It cenvtyer- and
it ca"rr'fil :i tA :i The' ni:'-hlin, is otp-
erat-.I t hr y "t' -nigin.-s.-l' iila ellchib
Prt.-,-..

1:ulea fo-" Lent.
All the faithful who have (enm-
ple-ted their twenty-first year antl
who have not )btogni their sixtieth
ye-ar. anHd ihoare not exempted fr ti n
the obligation of fasting by sickness.
Ia-i work .r other w II known ro"a-
-ol,-. re obli.-d to fast on all thi'
da v-i t I .-nt. t.xcept Sundayv.
On tios- day.v but one full meal i-
ill-,.-td., which -.hould not be taken
h fore non11.
('u-to(ml allow- a cup of coffee. tea
or tutIti cht-eolate. and a sill ill piece
,of b)rad ,r a crack. r. to be take in
tt.he Iorninig : and in the i .evenitiw. :1
t',I ti'nt. Io"t exct-e'- ing the fouI t'i
part o)f an ior'din:ary ini-al. is allowed.
At tin- collat iIn. i butter. ch,-s .
11:ilk. t-izg- ;antd :ll kinds of fruit.
ti-' an:d v-.o-ta:hl-. are allowi-d.
\\! t tthe p| Illl(i;'ll Il itea tlnilot
w 1I! ,I>I I."v,'O ilicoln plie liti P i t-e
t:;ak i at noin, ti it is permtlssihll to
:0k"- tt.,# C ll.ition inll th.- Inio inlll
jti. I ih r dinnt4er itn the eveiin g
.; 1h-t litIeIn' :ln' thie I-e of tflo-h
i- :i ind in all the Wvdilt-day.-
.int I i lt;i;v- ,cf L,-nt a d onl the S .t-
utidav oif Jjiihtl \\'e-k a'd ion Holy
I't -,- ,, lird i- allowed iin cook
I 1-l' ,nd tl'-h :i noIt allowed at
1*1- t 1in1- Iii-:l. 1v.In on Suind:ays.
1 .'.z- i'...--e. tirilk miid butt-r nia:y
I.,. \:-, r1vc-ry d:ay. but albstinetnce-
' II all sfit thl -'- i r-tcoui.elllilde d ont
I.. .d F:'iday.
i',-rson.- x-Illpted froll thie otbli-
2'ti,,i, oli las-tit.g are tnot bound 'h-
tie' re-ttiction of using meat but
onice, a dlay on the days in which the-
ult- *! tieat i-p'miniitted Iey dispel)n-
S'r.ildro.n ,iver pset-vn years of agv.
iit.- h'iund by the law of abstinence.
::l .*-. \-xcu.ed by -ickine-s or other
t all--.
T'I!it paschal time. ill which all
C(':t~olics wiho have Coitle to the
\t ; ,f di-cretion are bound to re-
' ive lioly communllio: worthily. ex-
tetid- from the first Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. itnclusive. Chil-
drei ovelr seven years of age are
hontnd b t1 tf precept of annual con-
fte-i i.ui. Pastors and parents should
-se th 'it tthe cluildlen comply withll)
t,:i- duty.
'I't e itly season of Lent is a time
ol priver. to sorrow for sin, of seclu-
-itll tfrom the world and it-s atnuse-
ini-titt. and of generous alinsgiving
1t. a special indult granted to the
hi-hi,,pe of the I' united States for tenl
vear-. dating from Mar.rh 15, IS.,
wi rki ng people, who cannot easily-
..hierve the common law of the
church'. are dispensed from the ob-
lIia:ttion of ab-tinet-nce on all days of
tl v- ear (ex(-'pt Fridays. Ash
\Vedi,'-day. Hoily Week and Christ-

mn11- lFv,. This dipqensation does.
iint e\,-nmpt from the additional tihl-
li'ation l i f f:t-tin,. ',wheirt -iuch i x-
l-t-. 1ti d- i )es it :aithl rizo. tIle ti oif
ti-th :liand ti -l :tt th ie ill l'e tl al. It
i. s*lidI -. Iitw1-v,-r. no It ,nly the indl-
vit .l o'kta t tit i> l ,'n I-e fav',i r it ie -
i atit, li. t alt lhr all e ti etI ri) of th, -ir
; NlI : wt 11. In return it i- e'x-
; i', hi t .l: -t tl .r w t, 1 i -tV;ll ti ll-l-
-.,:v I 1 t 1- l:i !ult W ill eld,';Vor too
I Illto t -I'llt of ,l a I hol, i :e
.,n e !.* ent hy v.luittary aets of enor-
tti> J i'.io, ; 1: t1 1 1t and aw llm-rivinis A
g,. -t ,r tl-,w ,i tl y <"tll a.to ell 1- th';a of
.,s,-tatiniiii- Jurii.: l. lwit-. h n hoe d e r lof t p,- -.a r, d tlir-t ol
,ti: n2t\ I.ef S, I *.
*|' .,,- w ':, iit'; t: i,. :in y r -;.<,,!i I-
!., >', J : !>; t '' n t i !:h ir o bli g at,) l, -.t. t.,
f -t ,r ii l'-t.-ti t;2: .t T,, a p ;,ly "'
. ,- ; ., ,I : or ,'o:f,---,,r for .,.lv :C.<
:,\ A .\ I, I. A I.I.EN.
lI;;-op ot M,.1...b.


,f,.,:lv -lrr ,:. ;t \\'hit, ,.



RntIz u1 :;"'-' or cal at tE. office.
.1 North Palafox street. wl.en in
|@ed ofa carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
Bu nne-, Agent of the Carpenter's.
And Joihers' I'nion. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. D25tf


I~IlVA. a ji'a,Im t -mrnu'fi r this
'eluiitv. f.] iip -~-rmtir-i.dtleilt of ifo
ponit~uii.x. i, L- iiti~.-*. I i..rb- hr-avi hof
tr-'u au' ti-utiio z'',A !-r!.t. RDi-edatit'


In ill, alti'lavil'nN all..'aji'l rhaan jim-
patrtial tI i .iioll l 1.)rI,-t bI uhi-re, be--
caU-i ~ lr'Uif -:a -ltrj,'-'.printed ili
the Citv P)ILIA 1-1. 1'. r :-ix r 1-iklht tiiotth-..
and rl iui mi if '-.1 t Ii-;ti---t:usnv hb-f:rv

la N ple-j.xiinirrA i ina. iowr toflaw, but


IIIAk*-uta :it .I Vi I TnI- aaE.rIr U


i


Duffy s Z

Pure

Malt \/
S *'"tl"I Oil.
The World's Famous
Medicinal Whiskey

I LI 1 1 .' : l ,.. i ; .l, i .i 1 ; 1 ,
ll :. .
'FY MALT Y .. MAol.yr e .

The Original Lyre.


Medical 8o0e69-. At"" on. 4-GOLAY--
There will be a regular meeting of .
the Pensaccw Medical Society at Grist and Corn eal ill I
the Board of Health office at F
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24. 1 F. GOiZAIUEZ & CO., Props,
Visiting physicians are cordially
invited t,) attend. Maanfactu;.rs
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.. CHOICE MEAL AND PRI l' GROUND
SPreident .,......


F.-


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Patronizi4 Horn.' Ir,.Ii.try. for there to
ever v oasn ou -houLId thi.vy Vot: r M.6ft SO&
mtoe.k Feed from the' Homexi Manufacturer.
for Vy %i- odiii iav v.ou om.' i'i -- .home IaudU*-
t ry. Y ou n taiiey:, left I1,l the e.oMflmISaIV
lind v'ui n trniart' adi'.tt- V bqneAged.
In f-t.ertaz rh- home innmu.eaci~turer you
ei iut r i Iut!- to t he cau%te of In bor. You w *
,,t to tho conlimunity in which you live and
which Vollf -.h-mt-. to voirsuptort.


Baby

The fifty-cent size is just
right for the baby. A little
of it in the bottle three or
four times a day will supply
precisely the fat all thin ba-
bies need. If your baby does
not gain in weight as fast as
you would like, try


Scott's Emulsion
The result will please you. If
the baby nurses, the mother
should take the emulsion.
It makes the baby's food
ri. cr and more abundant;
or.!y buy the do'lar size it's
rmGrz econOmical.
Both riother and child will kel at.
once its strengthening. upbuildin:
and fat-producing properlics.


E. F. BRFCE, M. D..
iS-cretary. 25mt

lean the R e Kin You Have Alys B-
".uturn

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

WEIKL L" eCIIEDULIE
VltO STEAM DIVISION
tNSA ( <:.A l LM7.CT;1IC TI-.lMLNA
RAILWAY COMPANY.
T-avlm lH'ave Punsfacola for th I.lttIt
3avyu. aeiiricto Hfioea'. % arringion. Nav,
Yaitt iiaid iFo'r: t-"rranca- at
1:';kit. ri. ar:! ,I at fort ai rawicat 7: & a.ID
l.,i n. arrive at Fort Harra'n Ias 1 4 a.n'
nI .m. arrive v-at Flort arrancls !:' it,w
l> p i1. itrrl' .'.4 mn rt l ;arri;:.-n- 4: 1.,' p in
4: p. p. arr;.v;.ia Fort Barran;.'as 7:1 rp m1
i"i nii arriv at Fort Harranicitsn *:4 p m"
Tra as lt-ave F'ort Karranca tfor Peim.a-
7,. m. arivrev' at Peni-aola ..... 4:15 a. w
11 tp n. i --tr' ki at Pt'i.-scosa........ 11:46 p.n
l:it p. mn. ,rrive' at l .-aei ,la ..... .':4:. .n'
In II ri;v,- :it t ',-l rti('ol 7 .- p m
7:0; p. m1. arr:vt t6 P.;'sicolt.. .... 7:4.- p I-
't:4- p in. arrive at enhacoia ......... bi;sup.i
*.- Iu I,.ay only
IIt. e-T- c:t c l'.t, !- .
S1 NDAY CHKDUPE.
Le'ave 'Penscaols. Lv Fort arramoaa
a. m. 10 a. M.
11a.m. 12 .
p.m. p.m.
m : p. m.
8p. m P. m.
4p, m 6 p M.
5 p. m. p.m.
FAR FrOR WKEK DAYT.
Pensacolt. to Fort Barrancaa and return 46c
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ..... Ma
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return lhe
FAUX PoK GUUUDAT
tenssoo.a to Mrt Barrano"a Navy
e ard and return ........... ..............
Peneoola to Palmetto Babh and
re u .. lie
No freight received after -16 oa. m.
a*tit*tittAtt*AA*AAA*Aft


The I'orest of Fontaineblean.
"V" s;. lit ii;, i ni, -ilt in larbizon.
|ril a ,:.,1,olA y i1 ll ;inln set e tT ill the
,I. i:iX l t" ouriI Ih.-rlisiii ifliknd'ls for the
tow i n f I, ititaili' Nh.iill. lying at the,
,lt ,n f l s|:ii:tre miiile's of forest."
vri:- a l ;i: l I i'ri:: i':iris ti o ho I.adit.-'
11,:ne .l" Ir.l: "It is niver wvild. never
ll -i. :, o s. i l' :-">t tlfal t llltllsa.'ls
of : ;till'-t.- lha .- I\,,\ i paint. llit it is
:lin :a l gr:1no l auIII ll'ver" tfditonls.
I',r ti*; tioirs we waniilhred over
pl ii ,* \ 'Nl \ ith tiitwtrii oakS.
aiii';. "'iky g,,'r,' il.'r, ':i,-,.' lal 1t. .i-l--li,- rise. ;a eli thruulu i
nil,'-s ..f fragrnnt. :1i1t pin Aw. Au, l
x i*Vry\.lre ri-, taith- iry ferns a ind
pllrple li4eail h r.
"'IlTher is ii,.t tlit sli: ht(st cliance of
lisiiig ois way. E'v-ry square inchl
of lihe forest lia:l. tin maIpped out, and
at thie lntcrsect i'n of t-Vt'ry two ave-
niwus a r(4l h:1iil points to tihe town.
and a I leu hand indlicates the direc-
tion of one of the 'sights.' And Fon-
tainebleu? We saw only the palace, a
bewildering maze of magnificent
rooms. Everywhere there was rich-
ness. everywhere wonderful frescoes.
wonderful stairways, wonderful tapes-
try. wonderful Inlaid furniture. The
grandeur Is oppressive, and we were
glad to get out into the park. to wan
der about in the d fTerent courts."

A "Pralctlal" Joke.
An IrishlilIan tlok a contract to dig
a ptblic well. W\Vlnn Ihi had dug about
"' f'eet di,\wn. lh 'ilaii' (Ione morning
anid I'oiind it .a',-d ln tilled at'rly to
11..- til .
I'Pat lil.'l 'a* '.t:it;sly i. und and saw
tlhat Ii I)'.w '.as Inar'. thn't took off hIis
I.I :t Il cot.ilt aiil i tlnig llh('em on the
win ii llf era llilt, ni, some bushes
fnil w;aitril e.-\'llns. In a short tillit'
till citiz'-.ls il; ri that the wiq-l
l:Iaul eav.iel in. anrd. .'einlg l't's hit antI
ii't:l 0 4l : li winllb tlh y slippos dl hit,
w\as :1 t!In- lI.I i, rf litw ,*Xt'avationl.
i ;1i I 'r\\" liiirc.- of brisk dligging
< ].';r.-| Ithr loose ';-tl. froll then well.
.Ji'lt ::s trl,' e:ig r (cilizilis lhad rI-ea-lhdl
t lt 1 4ll.. itl \V -.rI \\V ollhoil i ,lg W Ilflt.
1I.. 1,,lly \'t l':it <'a litr \:alkiig ', ut of

thli ri: ;'. r'l.i 'ini:: l ni oif a sorry job.t
:., ,. th' lired diggers wvrre dis-
gilusi allow ,of ;:ilihing ujore than a hearty
lauih.i which soon fo!lowed.-I.ondon
A u swers.

Baln the The Kind You Have Always-Bough
8i-nature

Coo In me a ruimnniinr, for tile la.t lot ,it
tthiov no)by pea;rl AlIpinte HIatl at 5 7'
cents o ly lasted ai week; 2-) dowzn
more just received, but they won't
la-t iotig. lWhite's.
F*'OI SALlE.
At a bargain. 76t acres i ,:) under
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland)d i. of a mile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-room hotuio, barn
and two stables. Price $Nmi For
further information. apply to W. R
Douglass on place, o.r J. E. I U mius-
son & Bro.. city. 13Mlini

Three Large Stores
Full of FU'iNITI'RE. The finest
line of Walnut Bedroom Suites ever
.,hown in Pensacola. Pretty, neatly-
tinished 19)0-oak Bedroom Suites at
all prices. Rattan and Cobbler 4Seat
Rockelia, big and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M. PRYOR'S
lirgain Furnishing House.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
AND TIMBER LANI)DS
FOR SALE.
Loans Placed at Reasonable Riates


A-I
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Acci e rdiing t i the latest re''ear'ir'lit t oyV
(Cermnatn arch:eti ists.-lF'liig-indii Ulat-
tt..
Thte Now Columbia $1 -.hirt i- a
crarkt-rjack : thi- .-eau-oiii's new -prin;
styles at White's.

Five Thousand Rolls
,of Wall Paper in stock, all 4)of thela-
to-t patterni-, and more comliiiLr.
Prices frnm ie to $1.75 pr roll, J. F.
R)oss & Co., No.11 N. Palafox.
Phone :I,2. 24f-tf

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


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchless Mineral
Water for the cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru6'ists;

also WI. T. Green ," Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


IV. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.


.., ,-%-&MLV,- 6 -1
Testimonial From Judgte Gauton. '- CURE YOURSELF! Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
4iREK NVII.I.E,Ala. Aug. 104. 1,' I t a it 1 f,', J t *1*111 'd04
Stake great plaure in certifyig t, the DENT L SURGEON
tiurt antin the merit of Wilktnson'?, Match- no.,,Cr.'u .-f irL. I, .1 t l. .,i r.,t.. lDENT. DURiEON,
Iesp lil 'ral W after. This natural mineral Present* ..l .. l -. :., t.T i ;till n-
tonh-, to ni.p peronual knowledge. is taKen SCT4:nEV 3- C4u ,aGO. ,' .i .-tr i. "'" illl iC.. Tml. PMele m i.
from a well three miles east of (itroenville. iir< nh Sod by Iruggista, _________9 _
in tlie exa-ct condition in which it is soldt. 1V A. or ,""t in il Iin %Ar r -
hatve. een thiswater used. with wonderful i..+ n aep-D..[".. r- fr
succe-4s. for dyspepsia Indigestion, sore I.. .r It. .. t
eyves and for eruptive diseases. sores and --* itr-enlr snt on ri i -. .i J-l
ulcer-' on man and animals. As a remedy GRIND 1 R ___ __ _E
for thll.se troubles, I do not believe its
eqtial exists. It is highly recomme. ded by To be (liven By
physlncxaus for a number of dieaes.AA.
pZyseans for aeo LLuA ST No, HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of If..
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County,
Alabama. Theae tinyCapsules re Superior ,id allows Hall.Warringtoin.
Balam of Cop*l*
LOI~' I T Y | C="bebs and Injections. Monday, April 16, 1900.
LODGEDIRECTOl R [ Theyctreinl48hourstheo
---ame diseases without ani Tickets 51' cents. ,Ladie Free. Free
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. vaecenm SOLDBYALLMtDUGGIST Tran -portation on Dummy.
Penesacola Iodge, No. 3. K. of P. ED.
meets every Monday even- .JU T OPENED.
*^^ ing at % at Caste Hall aiT OPEN
In lutchinson hall. Wet
Intandencia street.
v'twiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. J1 DEVINE.C. C


w 0. OW.
Live Oak Camp No. I WHcd man ofihe
World.
Meet ftlrqt and third Friday night it
pach month. Visiting sovere'ignit cordi-
ally tinlv.d. W. W. WAT*ON,
. It. TH A M Vsi. CIrk. C.C.

imuinflRD


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*-Everything New and Clean.--
Th- Mo-t Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meala Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served atall hour-. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


24 East Uovernment Street. mgg W W mu wn9.

DUN N'S
OPERA HOUSE. GENERAL INSURANCE ,
-SI-EK----0--2- -' -AND- H
ONE SOLID WEEK Ooa C


PHIL AND NETTIE


Peters C medy Company


In New, Up- c-Data prtolre.

Prices-0l, 20 and 30c.


MONDAY N IGHT.


PENSACOLA. I-lAA.
RVEPRES-NT TWENTY-TWO OF THIE
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCR COMPANIES .. .

incatal Au:Its of the Eqaitablt
Life AIssrance Society of the
Uaitel States.
OOCPRRfPONDENCl 80OlCITED


IOTEL


Three Repqlar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYS'IRS., FISH AND GAME 1OF ALL KINDS IN SEA.-,ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
P. TES:--F.,,m *.i, to i.,, 'per Day. % LODGING:
31.- and 4I i S S south Palafixi Street. Pencana-nla. I'lfrila. 25 and 60c


H. H. WICKE.


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4
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; .


Fighting for a Fo0tune. THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
HA.Ni E OF PlN I(.i No. %North Palafor Strett.
a HANt E OF PI.-.' NKIiI.Y.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. No. b South Palafox 8treet.
Ladie- free Monday niitt if accompanied MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. All Kinds o, Plumbing and Gas Fittings Material Kept on Ha"4
hy a person holding a paid :0t-c-nt ticket. Voice < culture. Violin and Piano, Leipig
:I reserved before i p. m. Monday. system; also guitar, Banjoand Maadolin.. Mi M 9OIE A *> "AOULA-


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(XI ILIA A OCIEIPh one No. 116. 1'. (). Box 261.
0,U I NA-ULCHE Railroad Exchanze. Phone M
AWARDEDPROFESSIONAL GANDS.
~~FRENCH NATI)MALR1EV
~~s.-f~-~OF D. Mar~eeIIu5frM reary.


.~-- r~ -lte~ldeiice". Hot--I iFcaml-ta.
I 0111-le, l'Als-nihert.. Huii'iiavi. i S u j
ar '\ LbuI.,___!,______ ___ _-_

t .t'.fTT r
I, V t OZFO-Hm1).h Bros.' Druig Store.
Itthe p!s.virvjd 1e ) ~ic. V
nv.JetS'.n~i frc~m all tes -r .j-:I i 2. RESIDENOR-400 E. lJacks.3 Stres
t -1; 1. f appct::r ITiI I d.:-& d rders,. _________ ___________________
Paris: 22 Rue Drouoit.4 --
'kNew York: E. Fougera & Co., 26 Ncrth William St. Wn 'DeD,~.i.,

SCHICHESTER'S NGLISH Roieojathc Piysicini ai iSriesi,
I'ENNYROYAL PILLSbatee(if Oaa l.
*.40v44.a~dOffer s his professional services the alto-
BAM S AY? l-117ris-ihi. laM.. ak. scumof Pesao l
t..r CHIlCHESTER'S ENG~LISH Esperial attenttion given to too trinatimpfit
frA~ In REDi) ntI Goldn.-?i tn-i' ..x-nani of Chronic D.iseases and Ilseamesm of
~. u...~i~o~oTaskruesother. bi-rru.' Womeitn and ClaIjidirti.
I in 8g-11 v.o % ", tiattut -r -, mia 14 a Tti rty 1 .4 P Iractice lt mthe S oh
dfafn.-. FoP,~rtuiam TesTtti~mornia 4ithepIe'lIurb:-10 a. m. to 12 in.. ? to) # p. zit..1rrt .~,l~ ~t. i ~
turn Walt. 0444r-im-ai -*.. Residence Phone No. =s)..
Clor~~th m.oeall 4'a,


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Acme Beer.


THE BEST HFER SIOI) IN
PENSA'OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.
A'so Soli by I. Perry ani Win, Yaiu.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--:
Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St..












4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:


3satr~oa t tit~itr Po.. .fi omeat Ptfleaco~la.
Y1s..S0eCond-cia4 .mattetr.
oWVicVr: Pitt rwHdumdag. 1I': t~outh Pals-
Sas street. up-.tlarb.


TEE NLWS PURLIEBING CO.
Tasms-Uflvariably in Advance.
O0" Year by )I.I5:
viiiiieMonths
0"e Week. by Carri-r. payab~le %Moeday I'l
"TUB WICEKLY NEWS:
?Iiet'#41 every Frida' at ta p.r y- ar

TELEPHONE tNO. If$.
0A f tog Att',a t.Fa'nishF d on Application.





ibw ppe U lon Inc with the
UhiIBAVE-TIS1NGCoss
11400milu. St. Plant. Minn.. wher
o bomnos, indvetlaem dotbert w av
Sft and where estimates winl he girmw
suMOPM1sforGENERAL ADVERTIBYNO.

FEIBAOOLA. APa!L 6 1900

pRiEcIcr DfltXi.EATF~S
The May*s lem-,oraticClCuh of tP#-nnarola
bsaeudorv.d b.' fnhl~towi zir.tilit for dt,--
*gst4% from tbe" (-43 pr'.oiflcts -t liethe!tai-
oa&Se (County 4 f.-lkvetif-ii t.. he- heddat
J'.wettoti. Aprii 14 anda ak that 010%. bt
gvna beart'% support hy t 'te t~
Precilict 12-- H. le- id W. ii
baa. We'. Bzzo-11. j I,. N'i..wt-ii. and '.I. F
Wirighton.
Jobe k brit-it.. J. t,.lo. Xk .,Ile 11:id NV. 1'.
PreceILt '-'.l.W..jI hii-Ofl.
j16 3C'.db3 i ik~.@ 1. j .zad .1.E
boar-..

I sualbarn.



Hil-. d tetUt.k.i I U *I' *a q i


politic-.z. Hi -. C: it -O
hard. 11 -tts inn !!n &IU .LiV( f. It
that wa-y. birl. .:,V" r"41. r.tv pii And


ADMIRsAL DI) %%N Iu1Jy lit' p)c --
d.,ued for izicub lA.Z III-'. toil
the ,re=,e~ie l~tiZtA t i t W-
aldl-d. II.- has not had ,iline. -inct-
;ie(quit flatititi iiour bcat le-1. to 1-11 11i
thiat we ae tcu .11u"Cl to a t batt
+low to litt H .- h jporttl_
Ilillypa.-a W!.4-1)t'a ndvt i
hatid. and l*.-w he- 1L..-t xi tK
eoobmequ*-tiCt--f t -I 10 r. II ViAzaI!
the Dman.
Tmk; N L%% '-bog- the privilege of
makng ~ur~r-ta'Iltethe#- Flrida

a metnb#r. It i-. to .tfe-r. w~i: h the
tier ti:z--. h1..,it- *zii...- i- -p~
1w -onie fior t!.- to#---t art zie- t- hee i-

,-ket~c led 4-if FllI d a .d itol ., a lad ptil -


ttv the editor-inc.i-f *-I m



*f tUwat1i.t'- c l'~! l,V 1- 11 .it
with hi- .:-n.- aji :V
the offict'if- .4 r'itjtV ol
huflOUt.CILki- tit I- ..J!-i t I:. lii. -
tUnion an1 t I' t: iv- f A Ir1; 4 .


CHAMBER OF COMMERCK


DEWk.Y DAY.


THAT PRED CAOAE.


Regular Monthly neiing Held Last Comminlee Apotinte4 to Marage the Another Endeaor o Test the S'awe


Night.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce was held
at its rooms last night at 7 o'clr.ck.
present and presiding. Presid ?nt W.
A. Blount, also Secretary T. *os. C.
Watson and a quorum of members.
The minutes of the l st ,pe-?ial
mee-ti.g were read and approved.
The secretary read a ctmmmunica-
tion from Senator Taliaferro ac-
knowledging the receipt of a resolu-
tion of the Chamber urging support
of the house bill to increase the
a-mamnent of the militia, and prom-
ising to give attention to it; also a
-imilar letter from Congret-man
Sparkman; also a telegram frvin Mr.
bparkman asking if Pensacola de-
sired a visit frum Admiral Dewey
during his visit t the state'. and
the secretary's reply to the same.
after consultation with members oW
the Chamber. to the effect tLat the
body did not dee:u it expedient to
extend an invitation at this time; all
of which were ordered to be filed.
The secretary also read a letter
from Superintendent E. 0. Salt-
mar- h of the I,. & N. R. R., calling
attention to the fact that the official
charts of the harbor do not show
the actual depth of water on the
bar. Reference having bees made
by some members present to the
fact that Senator O'Brien Lad heard
from Co:ngressman Sparkman onu the
-iibj-ct. and that the matter wa< be-
ing atte-nded to by the Florida dele-
gation -it Waahington. the Cor'unlii-
cition was ordered filed witljmut ac-
tion at till- tienting.
Tl'lae r-.'-.lutioni of the city c- uncil
recently adopted urgirin thi- ie ;tt"
board of health to hold i*t a;:.htl
meeting at Pensacola wa- read. a:il
the fact that that body had hIeld it-
mnietingiat Jacksonville. ad .uniiniig
to meet in this city sometim- di!'ring
the present month. I,,avint:. been
i-rI'louL-d, t!e mnatttr w,- pa--a A
. *v.- without action.
The .f-ecie;:ary iintrod ic'-d .4 -ll-
ti,'n r t ,in'- tiin.; th- \ .. I '" o. t,
es.t:tbli-ti a all-ni rl.t -' rv .- in i.-
Pl-:i~-icoa tije. which wa- tLhi. I -
iPon-ily adoitpted.
The -ecretary ainnolii:!r.d :: tt 'it a
recent in -ting of t:e bo i: li-
rector- it hiad beeii dete-riiiDn dl to
hold the annital int-'tina: :t:adJ b.ai-
q T"i', pret-idA t stated !:a 'a .J
i''eeive-tld a ''(toitio. tIe ia.y If': a
w i lt e--t 'i, oit 1 '. 4-.: ',,* t ill t, *'" C Vi
()r!,-aIi Stat--. anld thi- -*iw. wa,-
C i-iilere-d bli ot i tt!acted up i.
I '1l" C i'd !llb +l t .011 '. (ii } ; ,.' ::- i.
Hi- Lie- Wa..-e:a.l.
M1'-. J. F. illy. a pra '!:. ;;*-:. i:i-
z-n # f Hatiii il, ,M -.. Lt:I-ly ..d ai
w, idl.-rful d' li\- ani<,e fr,:n a ,tl i-ht-
fiul d.eath. In t-llini. o4f it: f -;t\-:
-I w,i- t.,k.-ii with Ty; .o:Pil F ver-r
t:at l an I.to Piet' )'unihini M 1 i, '-
be-.a:;,! aideviied. I wa-- *w. ;0i I
couldn't evell -i i, ;p in be t. N lh-
Iln; he-lpe-d Il- I -Xpt-''tfl *-d -,*>I
di,- I C;',ia-iiqi.iii :. whlezn I .-ardl of
[,r. Kinz'-? New l)i-cov-i v. 4 ;ie
b.,t'l- t j .v W.-at l,- i,-f. I ,'- nti:1-
-: to i-- it. a;t: :I.ow afi ll we-i aind
-tll-ml I f' tt ; y to D :! ,;>*i 5:H I; 1
p; l '-. '." '. 1- !l.tl v- '"Ii- !.*I i' Jilt-
I t- .... .IIr-: .tilt qiuick,.-t trii:e it;
t!h- w rll for all Thr'-,lt ;': 1 I.'in2
I'r i, hl ;z-iaiir -i t .'. nt- ilanl
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Sod nphlo % t.1 A-t Zi, t.-e -
s~y ww I tt.- .t -rt I'i.-avt.--'z .1I-14'r -fill a
t twir orgtion-- t it-f.-r.- I la" great smppt~ilatt- (;..j .-u-; LmA e4-1lineev-1 it i:1-.
tribumfM01)1 t,,. *~P~mo-antin!"m.m.it ;,t- a 1 1'0.1 ci I. :I: -",t.
Roebard tiinet s wtiel i-tcribt-d the Ph:'.- >peaml'tiria-A; .a d
appW*&at the'--C1i Mom-n telLite%' (of Itto- Rll-ia. ia-er td.-ot A;I hAi % ul. d
AingflC Opoop 1-r~tno Rwo unaY lof I tC- itbelW Us'-ii t:*.it
piweput ow esalk-coally desigimatsed aethe-V I I)
-,ld 3aM .-f t 01 -..t Ie ref-Pu!'. Ica" A
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-- -- wear, at v% iie -.
Hannah Bra-'. are agents for 14-
We "(3tnrh Cutre. Diarrttea Rein _
P"y ad Witch Haz-I talve. They Hood s Pilll
lG-Imstee all three of these prepara- Hood- s Pills
tions and will cheerfully refund the Di) not cr;pe nor irritate the a:nimen-
money to nyv oine who usee them lary >anal. They sat p-,ntly ye.
witlht tol -isig being efited. Price 5 promptly. reau each. O m


Hiberitan Celebratitin.


Sacd Law.


The Dewey Day demnn-tr'ation at Some months ago an attorney for
Kupfrian's park May 1. under the the D. M. Ferry seed company vis-
auspices of Division No. 1, Auici:nt ited Pensacola, and in conjunction
Order of Hiberniana, promi-e.s to be Mezsrs. Liddon & Eagan arranged
one of the most elaborate and pleas- to in-titute procceding- to teat the
ing celebrations ever held ia thin constitutitnality of the act passed
city.
Committees to manage the event by the legislature of 199, requiring
have been appointed as follows: that every package of seed sold in
Executive Comnmittee-John B. Florida should be labelled with a
Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Jres Me guaranty showing where and by
Hugh, Mike 0 Leary. Arthur Mc- rn owing where and b
Connell and David Sheehan. whom such seeds were grown. Of
Committee on Parade-David course. tLe purpose was to secure a
Sheehan. Thomas Johnson, William final decision from a court (of la.-t
Sennett. Jos. I. Johnaun and Arthur resort, so that the status of the law
McConnell. might be permanently fixed. *
Committee on Sports-Arthur Mc- The first step taken was a friend-
Connell, Jas. H. Walshl, Ueorge ly arrest of Mr. William A.
Maher, Mike O'Leary, Jos. I. John- D'Alemberte, a dealer in seeds,
son, Willie Sheehan, John Mongue, who was placed constructively in
John Mas.-e., John W. Sullivan, custody and a writ of habeas corpus
Wm. Senn! tt and Thos. P. Casey. sued ou; before U. S. Circuit Judge
Committee on Privileges and Do- Swayne, who refused a peremptory
nations-James McHugh. Dan Mur- writ because it was held by him that
phy, Jas. H. Walhb. David Sheehan, the matter should first be conclu-
Jos. I. Johnson, John Christie a i sively passed upon by the state
D. W. Reilly. courts.
Committee on Dancing-Thomas Later, and recently, another pro-
Johnwon, Dan J. Hays, T. Hurley. J. ceedinz against the same party was
P. Burke, Fred Mapsey.Jas.O'Leary, begun in a state tribunal, on an in-
John Massey, John W. Sullivan and formation filed in the criminal court
Jas. C. Clarke. of this county by Solicitor Parkhill.
Committee on (ate-M. W. Keat- Upon proper proceedings thereon
ing. David Tobin. John O'Brien. Ar- the matter was submitted to Judge
thur Johnson, John Mongue. Ed- A. C. Blount at the last term of that
ward Hart, Jas. Furlontg, Thouas court, and by h!min held under advise-
Nee. C. P. Lynch, Dan J. Hays. ment until ye-terday, when he tlied
Francis Nash and P. D1). Devine. his deci.--on in the case.
Comnitittee on Order-Pe-ter Mur- Judge i-lount'sde.ci-ion -implv de-
phy, W. H. Connors, Michael Miur- clares that the seed law i ill con-
phv, William \Whalen. Joh, ()0 C- tiet with the con-titution ,of thie
uill. Hugh Maloney and Thoiuma- de l'ilited IState-. wi,::'h provides that
la Hunt. itre-- alone lha- power to regTulate
The comniittees are n >w actively .,mlintre.e b Wt w-een th. state.. and
at work preparis t !,t iirogratin. the loi. lativit e lV : al teiallpt, to do
whiei will be publi-h,:d t '-Tlrly that. anitd i- ti- before urvoi.stitu-
part of nieXt week. tonal antd inop-rativ, .


A kidney remedy that can he de-
pended on will be Toundd .:, Pi:'I;t1,
ASH Hli rit-R It he'al-t : -tiet; .t:ji-
e::-. Sild hty Hlanuat B'ro'.

FI-e'ieimer Fi-hel Clo:::l;'= i-
(-qual in every respect to .)lde-to.-
ord-r arineuts. See the new mprin:g
.arrm\.t.- :it \':ite'-.

(CEN A M1MIL.E.
Iot IRate to the ('<.ife Here April 26 avol 27..
Li ut.-('Cl. (. N Sa: j--(-y., :,;t-r-
!ia-t-r of the Florid:l a dtlvii-inm.
I'nite'd Coufed-rnate Vttran,. an-
t, i nces that thle various ti an-p,,rtai-
ti.,ni lines of the -tateL have aceC-rIid
t;i:, very liberal rate of oue;. env:t a
mile to and from tli' state reunion
.it P"-.'e-a.cla. April -.i; and 27. T1hi-
.hould bring here one lof the- i rest
r:atht!rit:-e ov f Confederate r v.t-rans
tiaiat evver a--embled it th,. -t:et.
Vo;canic Eruptions
Arte grand. but Skin Eruptioy- rob
life- of jy. Bucklen' Arnmc., Salve-.
ciure. tein ; al-o Old. Itttnii:;il and
Fe-v-r Sore-, I'leer Hi'ils, tIl..n-s.
('Corn. Warts, Cut<, Bruiise. Bu.nt-.
Se:ild-. C'taipped Hand.- (i'.i;lHblin.
p-, f 'iie Uar- n ePart:. IDi i*,-'- 4ut
Pitsi- m ai1d Aclhe.' ()t.vy 7.", '- a
box. Cu'iire- T..airanteetd. ,j iv VW.
.\ D'Al- mb,-".
l(' thing that !- t',.*-: d .. :,-Ivl
a: i t.r':.auigtlvy at \\ ::/- e .
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ki.dney. and to purify the blood. "it
Sooth. velvety skin. : ;" rich complex- i i .


,emberte.'l i --.
..We make Clothing to orderI a i'nd
:"rictivl- mtiam-t keep he-r *-:,aith. if-!i-
i- present M. Hornd all ru Co.Chica. -
will b.- ae-i vois and irritable. If -hc
*i t- t.'iili p l ,tl-sit e'l kidmaev trial!l-.
e. isnpur,- hi1s,.sri will ('au-c' pimples.
IMloclhes, i-kin erupt:ion. an1d a
wretched complexi n. Electric Bit-
:t-r- ,- tahe th- v. ri" t, re-'hiMIil-te r,. ;naeh, liver an '
kidneys and to purify the blood. It
give- strong nerves, bright eyes.
".mooth. velvety skin. rich complex-
tion. It will make a good-lookitiLn'.
clharming woman of a run-down in-
valid. Only *,, ce-ntts at W. A. D'AI-
emberte.
We make Clothing to order, and
r-present M. lHorn A Co.. Chjca,,.
the greatest ,nar,-hant tailoring con
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IF'(.r Over Fiftry )earg.
MR4 W". .*it-IW.iw'!- il xi iyuirp ha'
br-c-fln-e-'l',ma i-i ~?'yenim by n'iliaon..s A
mc:ia.-r. for lb. an .'taldr.-!a whilere-ethian4t.
With P"rt'-CI- '.''--It -e(;Zvsthe .-chb id
qRi;'flt~ Ut;.- jUa- ~im 81'ain. cureto witid
colri.. andl : the he-t r'.n,-1"! for ie'arrh'-c'a.
it wiUrl li-, ith'- pour little muft.-rt-r irri-
rnocdiiac-'y. $eiJb3 Druatg*&st- im eez-y
pA:-t ofthe1 worl 1. Twenty-flve c-:t' s 1a bott-
lii-. Be "_'_ja: awk. for "Mrs. Wan-lnw!'-
,;uuthing 5Syrup."' and take no otbrr ki:a'.


W$illiam o0l4nson & o01.


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Buggies!


Buggies!


Buggies!


-,l. rated $ a;, ,t, A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats:
te.,e-. ,at LI t"i -.


0U.1ALIICA1 ION
Of' Vow'er ir I ),- iiT:('rati<' Pimai)a
ltIr' All w!.ite J)-mocr;t-t who :are re'-
i-tet-ed aiid WIe ho h:ave paid their poll
taxes f,,r thiye- va-I l-I-,s and I .
Th*-i- per.-o is inlu-t vote itn thi'
pi'e'iml't wher,'- the', are rei-itre-d.
unle-- train-f-rred tb- file tte elec'-
tiii hby the S-, ptrvi-or of Regii.tra-
ti-ll.
Vot,-r- wl:to I.hav. r-tnmoved from
etlne pre ciiact to ai.othler-il ia'e tl.,-
-lecltlii tt ] l!N can be> t ran-It-'rred
how L'y thie .-ipe-rvisor.
('. B. PARKIIII ..
'htin'n. of Ex. Coiitllaitte.e.

'nifoirm I tak. K. ol I'.
Rath' 1' Lodge No4. :;l. K of P .
i,!' I, ;i tIzer ar.. e-ttta-iastic mt' i t-
!i:;" la-t -irht r with work in the tir-t
.i ik. T',e principle Icfeature of tht-
i i':- \wv:- ai f #f rt tto r',.'iatIliz .
t !!. I ..:.'-r-i l l aii-k. K t i' .ht- of
;'". i.i-. SVvr.,l II:i!!ie~ \\ le ,- 1-1
, ,ii ,t. a; l :tIhe outilok i- v-i y bIr ia a-
. -l.- Pyti eiat:-. 'l';ri i- no ill-


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VN'T WFER3 0.3 BON BCS.



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M IN T TONiIC


Everybody ntoted, :a t,: it' tt. --f.
lazy spring tir-d f-linr. Mo!unt:iii Mint Ton-i
, e'.' thli-. It i:ivig rat-- aid pl ri-
tie< the- blood. It ril-'- t!he- w'cr-t
ca .e of indi e-ti.n'i. It t'ilr-a per-
manently ali tomach trouihl,-. It
make- the! -ick w-1-l: t.'- w-ak
strion : a1 ld it Zive-- one- w!:,, i- :all
run di wwn a nA'w lea- ,1n life a i:: a
healthy appeiate-. Ioul u.tMMin Mli:
Tonic has bee-n tri-d by liuidrn-d- i;f
people in Peta-;l.a. eve-r.-.-tin e4f
whom heartily rnt-ci:-:,t-nd- it a-. tt-.
best tonic they -ver- u--d1. It doe-
more than we claim for it. Onre dol-
lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol-
lars. Try it. It is made in Pen-a-
-.vl.. li- 1),.1; V F .- knmi ih, 'For


SPretty Phaetons.
CAR LOAD PRICES! srrnim; BEr

Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
YV W e will Allow Yct .m e t ini7 for t:.,: (1.1 I'.:';..
Ain t 'i Fiftry ('C. :ir-.



UIilliam 3oljnson + Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-- a.Litilfj turel- :m~ d I),-.I ,- in--


Carriages. Buggie Wagons and IDr.


S.-Repairing Attended to Promptly.


LENTEN SPECIALTIES




SOL CAIN & Cox's.


BIONI:I.E.-S C l) .ISH. TlOI :FT)l)lKIl u(l-,1-

I'IoM lTAIlY V IO. Ifl Pi

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"BUY T.HE BEST."'

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107 South Palafex.

.t.~eat p.,iI V -t W.3~ e A.me doig "a I,!,


,1(,w until N,..'. M:. y Yia.0 l.righ, goodm. the rriI.*
:Ard *2.114, will p:-.v f-,. :1." Dalrh ight prices.. ar'id .
Ja ko vl- M.-trs ,.I~- *r- Y.~ win. e tlpha-gi/,'- t
.z1. The ob(,et -Ct 'f WA, I!i'sra
lt'iled ote~r j- Eto give It .ke~ p' i
Florida a cfharco to k'--p i;;)..tpd-d 'r
the npw!;of the c4,mi :;r P1,lti at '9(,
campaign at -xtr,-i'-' 1- ~I w (*e-. and
aI-o to make theipmhr-tttrracqjiuijnted
with the leadin- free s ?il' en and 't to):A-ou.
Bryan no: papr nt'e o *.It-
ca~rtonsla~re ~la Ie.:. #-,w'C t hep eW Snri n-rN n


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENAO@LA, LR.CDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1900.


hOGAht IES NOTES


- fl ,ltiiM V r -cld to-uirht: ri n ad
'. ,u r w. hrariL f. to oatkalstrlada.
s br OSrWt r top kese ginds.
', ,,,m tem lr7td' Za- terd ". f;t degre;:
S... ,< < 24 hours. ....
H ( Hare of Florala is a visitor
.,.-day.
H. Branningof Alabama is at
t -cmbia.
John-ton and wife of Milton
v;-itrel here to-day.
S,,.ti- new advertisement is
it, restinzr. Read it.


; rir tit, Pi Ieam .hiii T i ili ," w e -
A.-41 fiorn quarantine to-day.
painn Broadhent of the Life
.,,: Station is in the city to-day.
A meeting of the Mayt Democratic
it, will be hid at the armory to-

W. H. Welch of Glenden. Ala.. iR
minig the gru#-ts at the Escambia.
-day.
Mi-' Lizzi, -'rater is home again
*-,min a pleasalit vi.-it to D-Funiak
-priug-.
Mrs. DIr. C. F. Mar-h arrive-d from
, r l4t- hI'Ti:Pe i low Weidne'-dayt

", -. IIf. ('ollin-. who Ila- b-Cen
S t .: lti for -.ine tune. i- n1w)W
\ .i' C ltt.
A .Ine, nf New irles n-arrive-d
-. '- iimorniiiit anid res+t-te rE-d at
\. ,U r-atnt-.
a arl#-.- 11. tanl-y a' d M i-.
". n ; i 4 of St. ILouis ar gne-t- at
I.-" ':ll: b ia .


fe the settle asM.e fdr h A aslI eb a "< C ircut Cot. __
of aolarner tfomof I-aan The Baptist Herald a$ MiXIcan TIn the circult court this morning! i|L W1 T T OHr^TOT'
thi hsiberftfore bw quartered O t_ e fooewf: -the grand jury wa empanelled, as J J L l- l i i
here. Candidates sometimes score points follows: vE .T OV,
Joseph A. Herman and family of by way of a oke. A lady wams sy- !J. G. Oliver. M. 0. Baggett, R. G.
Tiptoe, Ind., will arrive here on the inag to Col. Myers the other day that 8tanton, D. M. Carter. J. N. Giles, i
4:16 train this afternoon and will be bshe expected to send a beoquet to iF. M. Mayo, Mark McCnrdv, S. 8.
the guestu of Dr. C. C. Herman and the gubernatorial oonvention for Mr. i Browder, M. Mayo. Daniel Gunning,
Mrs. C. H. Bliss. .May. I- hope yeou will," liedJoe. Marues. J. E Serra, A. D.
the colonel, "and at the lose of the i Alfred, 1W. Ditmars. J. M. Clutter,
Car No. iS of the North Hll and convention I will ake griatpl re J. Go. White, Jr., Mark H ur, I.
DeB.oto street line. jumped the track Ia placing the flow n tan for#te- GO6helnd t Wm.
at the corner of alafox and Greg- man's political I he ourt then proceeded with the
ory streets at 12:80 to-day, delaying trial of the case of Peter Carrol vs. PrOprietOr.
traffic for some time. A Powder Mill sxpNZsio Jamess Turtle, a suit for damages for
Mrs. W. H. Northup has completed Removes everything in lgt; 9ithe alleged ntpro rem t by the 'd-
her plans to visit Paris and attend do drastic mineral pills, but both iffndnt ofthe dipoharge of the
the exposition. hbe will.join party are mighty dangerous. Don't dyna- paiotiff, fro n employment on the
of ladies from New Orleans and they mit* the delicate machinery of v aer g vernity r tin navB NE W | A R R IV A o n
will sail from New York on one of body with calomel, eroton oil or and in ty i B ethe con- dse Ia1fr B so
the regular liners June 1. aloen pills, when Dr. King's pow @"Iooof the testony the courtIcN E f h ww i- candIi aW w i w
Life Peld, whih are gentle as a took a recess until 8 o'clock.I
Mr. J. A. McDunffle, formerly n T en- s Life Pilr whbr ch sidot wrkera a- t .
rle, Ta. l nh see ont riaf r or a, i m.dothR. CLEVIELAIuDeS DENIAL. O UR first announcement of New Artivals of Sprin
a Dll strtesd of ster unayr Cures Headaches, Constipa-, MR. CLttan.I
and now general freight agent at ei nly 2 ct. at W. A. D'Alem. I Denoua Purported ltervew. IApparel. A generous assortment, largevariety
Mobile for the Holland Line of t .. on Dewey's. Cauidacy. I Ti. 4NS.
steamships, is in the city on busi- For Railroad Commlasioner. PRINCzTo, N. J., April 5, -Former Of ColOrs and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists

Hope Lodge. Knights of Honor, waHrd Col. W. J. Barne tt ah a c aut- Prnot given anC interview to any one on has e carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
wrr give a randy eterin Apral date for railroad commiqsotner.y ol. Admiral Dewey'scandidacy. Referring' city of well known brands. Among them the famous
If). Pensacolians are invited. Tick- moved to Florida in 186. to published interviews he declared:
eni will be sold to gentlemen at 50 "This statement is outrageous. It is Gif Oil B d, fam us for fit, style and finish-in
cents; ladies free; transportation on BLISS IS THE MAN. false from beginning to end. A number .
the dummy free. Chas. H. Bliss is the man who ad- of young men representing different pa- fact the best fitting WVaist in the land. This fact no
SThe office of Hotel Eacambia has vertises Pensacola. He does it right pers have failed on me for my opinion
been changed from its former loca- Iand deserve your suort i relation to Admiral Dewey's an- dealer or customer can derv. You may form some
tion to the west end of the lobby, an sere ou PPort* nonne-ment of his candidacy and I in-
and will soon be a model of conve- variably delinted to say anything what- idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
nience in arrangement. The work ver o the subject. If. hv ann posr- r
is be ig done by Contractor Crona, ( Cn o"7(i4',<*,r ty hW liitity. I should .e fit in the future tohrr n
and Decorator J. E. Ross. give expressiou oi1 this i.UInjCt. it will d tna cy archeaper tan
l)eVoe predict lo-al showers in Ixt ad v in t a way that iNi. 'a rifi reason of ourM oII. AND
the (uilf state on Faster unduy P epi Peppermint Wafe id di ut as to its uthntiity. In h.. heretofore by reason o our Motto: CII:.\
and REv. Irl R. Hicks predicts that' gestioun. Ask your dealer fori theiem. suea the weather in most parts of the v&n that anyI less authoritative starN- THn R iiV INCR ASI TI-IuL'SINESS.
cotinty will be too chilly for a ger- Nobby Hoys' Knee Pant-. with ein n vhich miPay l attributed t 111..
,rail. comfortable or rational partic- Double BreasteI Ve-ts, at White's. ill 1 on unju-.tifiall- fabricati.>L.' -- ---- -


. f i>:ipatit in the annual li-pl'iy of i ii
1 .M. AlIpie ,n f Va ld,-.t:i. ... n imilliniery art. Sad. i-n't it? .iir Th. mas Lip'on
S. : I : t-ii r ni t.g antd r,-zi-tert-d1 a
S. M. rehants. I An extensive additiIn i-4 ileing V W aind i-. typical Irishi'an and
'lt t:l the1 old 'Park hotel property a geniie -port.i'tn. but he- i. al-o
', ,, < F. I ai-ller hi wro< an i tihe first tloor of the building ia celebrated iti:tiiffactuiler of choice
*1 i ah two iiip<-ct t0- work of willI) remodeled and converted into ga-'.ro.mlic:&l d:,ihties. a;nt a noted
i eit.z ini th b hibaror tlh-re.. :i ttr;.tiv ale-rloins. which will be conili i-'' ur iia d iiii irtE.r of fine teas,
*.- '. ,ell.ar aind cuff bittonei ". **tpi.d b'v .M e-r. A. G(reenhut & that hli.iv. e ctIn ni:a, itinous throutgh-
S ,-t,.-I :t- You can get then C', whli recently tiircha-ed the 'out th i *, 1-'" 1 t-d world. Jacoby, the
t",* :. -kiltg at John W hit.-'s. i pr.e.irty. a- a wholesale grocery es- wel.- .t. ,*w, oc*_ er, ha- joist rve:ived
,n .4 tlii hiiii a .ir t(.' i-i'. ll 'lit of Sit" TthomaiAs
Hini. .. Walter Kehne of Ma.1ri:n- Ic-elebratild teas. and cordially in-
-, i- *-.- \ to attend the circuit court. ate with Camp Ward. I C. ., and ii- place and inspect and test them.
r meeti if ive Oak help ittnii prepare a pieasiingf pr'- He has also ju'.t received full lines
W,-i. r i (of til- W, o lvd. Ok t.-ratii for the entertainment of the of Bremniei '. celebrated Cakes. (;ra-
rda, f ,ti, tld. rto- Veterans who will come here April ham Crackers,CheEse Biscuit, Oat-
o.. \Work in lrotetiont degtre. ),; and 27 to attend the state reunion. meal 4 rackers, etc.; Dodson-Braun
I-:,# v:acht-V Wllace and Dream- he railroads have fixed the low Manufacturing Co's famous Jellies.
: i ( :,--eiijyving the be-auti.- of the. tion each way and the indications cuit Co's Cheese Straws, Cracker
ar.- that the attendance will be Meal, etc.; Kennedy's Biscuits and
,,nr. Badal. Alb`rt Jer,,i- large. Wafers: Wurzen Biscuit Manufac-
Whitfield. and J. A. Kenn.dY. 'The Knights of Pythips of this tory's Vanilla Wafers (German);
i,,n. are lat. atirival- at the E-- city are meeting with splendid en- Anger s German Golden Seal Egg.
,whi*. c(luragement in their work of organ- Nudeln; Arcadia Packing Cos'.
S ,re mawhoe name ola uniformed rank of the order. Evaporated Apples, Peaches and oth-
.A e,,l,,red mans. whose name could several names were enrolled at the er fruits. A small lot of those fine Of-
e- learned. had hi finger's iadly I meeting of Ratkbone lodge last ives in 10-cent bottles is still in stock.
<-!,.-d1 in a winch while working in InIigiht. A committee will visit the The "Little Giant" Coffee Roaster
I .,. tt,i., morning. I knights during the next few days is still on deck. running day and
\.te the change in the professional Iand as soon as a sufficient number night at the rate of a mile a minute,
.d of iDr. Marellus Mc'rearv. if nan.es are secured the rank will to fill constantly increasing orders
ae .u vIborganized. for fine Coffees. Those who have
d-c ow at Hotel eornenot recently visited Jacoby's should
,itbi-t. plilone ]i0. The Iouiieville and Nashville rail- no(t fail to go and inspect his enor-
.Jac eonville Metropoli-: Pen-,- road i- putting out oinme neat adver- j imous stock of everything in the
.. .e-inis determined teo double tisingi for the Confederate veterans' shape of eatables and food products
i'ks -minpnts. iWo4)ndtr why it does ville May311 to June 3. A neat four- partnment of the establishment.
page folder enttitled "The Man in the
(iray" r!ives a write up ,of the ('on- A special communication
1 e,. freilhlt -f.ne,, r N tie rriv d federated veterans and full list of ofti- o f Eecaniibia Lodge, No. 15.
erd.- fr i t. Andrpew with i h.a e-r- :nd committee. Another orne .^ & A. M. will hte held
%:.1i,,f r,.-i taii:l t iirpenitine.- fe i. "ai pretty little button having on it it Fridayv, April 6;. at 7::3i p.
, ,i |.id i .;.i.l u rnilih-' f.r t:,. A imerican tl:iz" cro..sed. with a In. W ork in Third degree.
- r -tliirEt trip. ; pictiire it Mi, s Vi!aini<4 Davi- in the i Vi-iting brethren frater-
i .,e tE.l.tt;riitnt iit riven :it .i;,l.d- A'' inter anid lthe L.uis-ville and Nash- n.ill invited teo attend.
1-' i t 1 lv the l.liE- E'f ti,. vile a;dveri-enient at t!he bottlni. i j ,ord-er \ M.
S;(odizt 0c i itl wa"s qiiitE- : -- :iil -.atly enjoyed by :.I whl, entert,.ined last Thursd.ay at the I.-cretary.
: t .T. "ir T 0l lrt.roc.t-d- siniounit- r-esidence f ('Caupt. W Ii. Northup.
$1,- r,.. frt .>.i .. ,- ,. -.> .. >,rn f'In i li I fit I i '>7iOin V l I Im o *


I.\ A K 11~ of ('111 a I". j -* :Mi~d uttoir ooek was hWoni by th!i** f/des, i cu i f Iflc e
.! lttig. niorvr. I -. .1 N1 11 t te-?.- :a11(I by IhI k- r I1-( rr-11t ,d III t4 Iinc Mln '[i k
''I~~iiflhI~I'. N 4. s:d Wa! ~~s:t.ii.rMelip iji'-. 'hilit]. the. vi-.-POC(e/W, at/very reasona.(ble
ltlf-.t. L-ii- xw'-rv ~l~the ldd. T1111-. eel!-.',stock1s1com
-.I A I V3I e 1tl:&- ~~#rI ~l.% h I'[- tefpefii e. a-. woby Nrv .ipte.1 PP tc scr.
E. E-~ ..F Saurnii-i-. T~wg#-t1t-inexis pie/c. 1on~t bity anything d
;iiW. V-1jI'-~Ir-1' .el ijtiti ed lti) jiii ftrliture un/il you.0 ( t 11re
Ied;I -1.4 T1...:4r've- v.-. w M r. 1
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~1 ea1a M\;* ~ r.narsh, and t!!. eS agtjel eei/ Ma1rston 1) F inch's

~, V ~. I ',;- i.- ek. tii III~ Wre The best 5 cent Cigar

"s11VI.,,!neate~r 11"t re i-. r-on the market is the
1-,\ lt -11'- 411 f So t ~lid Scrlfg ilter ianidDTJRH &M. Try them at
*.. -:,tTt-(*.e jzt a ii -fut 'ir- Ruger's Kruiv-e-. irk- :and --otin 1 A~lem~ber'te 1B.


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SWe don't expect you to buy w
unless you can't help yours-elf.
Every Dollar spent in our
store entitles you to a ticket
which gives you a chance for the
beautiful Machine displayed in
our show window. Lucky nnmi- 4
ber announced May 1.
44' -4-'a 6 .


Fit ~ WEirk at flivi ~iiis
-tr-i- % ..April.).-Thtiv fatest work
of tho- dca y at CliurchhtiP! D4,Nits waI
("lit It 'i ? l addid .l :-year-e eld v'~lt Kul-
in a rit' i m Ile NclltIzt amile in 1 :44 with
tbrtv qAuarter.,iiin 115 .Po-tr ir Vi
titer biitt Jeant 1-raual. Kiniz-v i'acktaici
Hi1gh 4 'vler S01alp ciim thllo I t,,it vll-EgE.
4)f tIAAtI'tuck in 1 :41). It i i h- go 'ii r:td
oqldne iq~i aiql~zIi~ftgit htvs-tic at flt, h-trac-k
thatz if XWiTtitxer wi eulisel Et .Joant Ieflhi
downw~tgd Alata l ard titc' grea1nt torcwtgli
hiEri-d ipuiei re tl .1f a tmilt, in I : W-


Soap lFactory For F'iorenc-e.
FL.,i::NA. E. Ala.. April .,.-This c'itv
will sxonzi have ainther industry tio add
to it, already long list of minaufa(ctur.
;-.ty .. ^ .. .-. TX.,--1 P ; ,#.... -


New rnI New
Arrivals Arrivals!
Our Centre Tabl- a',-,r ..r- )oani beneath a i- l'..y !iare. of t "* Newe-t
Thin s-s in IcesI 4 and Embroideries.


Swi-3 Edging andli' no.


-a innu rg E'giti;a n i. I ri -rtiori


ValI-nc.i. L,:ice and Insertions.
M.ladhine Torchou Edgin g and In- 'rtion, /


German Torchon Edging.


A-pliu~ie Iit'E Ac andli-,'rtioij.


Point de Spreit, Oriental and Plat V:i!. I.;c,,;.
.'iJ ltemnants Hamburg Edging. six yard lengths. wi-rthi 7.-. at r'c.



Sweepinj Sale of Muslin 'nlderwear! *


iug uE.pri.i-.. r i l--irtiinan. a gro- One Lot Child's Drawers. lhemi ,d and tucked, siz.;* I anid 2, at... -lic pair
orvy inc r(-hant. will start a sp tatory. 4 5 an p
He is undecided whether ho will ere t a l'Mizes :3, 4, 5 and 6, only ................................................ I c. pair
plant with a capacity of 2,o0) or ;i,00o. One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at ('.-t .Mal k.
pounds., ne Lot Child's Trimiimed Gowns at Cost Mark.
Salt ('ouipany chartereded. One Lot Child's Triinimied Skirts at Co-t Mark.
NEW YoaK, April 5.-The Spanish. ()ne Lot Misses Trimmnd Gowns at Cost M.rk
American Salt company has filed ar- One Lot Ladies" Trimmed Chemise, worth :.5e for.............. ... '-)c each
ticles of incorporation at Trenton. N. J. One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 7 ,5 for....... ;-,c each
Th 00 capital stock is said to be One Lot Odds and EndsW-

Negro Held For Trial. In Ladies' Skirts a-id Gowns to Close O)t at Co-t Mark Price.


Rt-sSF.LLvaiL.E, April 5.-*"Billy the
Kid." a mulatto about 21 years old. was
given a preliminary trial before Judge
M<,ody andl slent to jail in default ot
$,,(',i bail. The charge was criminal
assault, prefE rr'd by Lena Williaims., a
n,.gr, woniua living juL.t outside the city
limits.


AT THI; PAltLOl MAIItKT.


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Inyesf/igate the Converti,,. Term Ccn'ircts
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


SDAVID EDREHT '""" '-'.- .-,
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When you are catering for the
Sunday dinner be sure and visit the
Parlor Market, where you will find
the lar.E'st assortment in the city of
choiei, ,*ea-onahbl vegetables of all
kind-. poultry, fresh butter anid ezs,.
and thie finest of meats. 2t


STILL IN THE RACE.


1 CALRD) TO THE VOTF.RS 1- I :S-
(-.'MlISI (O1 %TY.
.1 rumor is being indls-
triously/ 'circulated that I
would withdraw from -the
race for the nomination for
the oilice of Clerk- of the
Circuit Court. Such rumor
is absolutely false and is
being circulated for its ef-
i'et on my chances of tc-
cess. I will be in the race
until the close of the polls
on Tuesday and beliere,
from the assurances made
to me, and with the assis-
tance of ovi friends. /hiat J
am/ tthe winner.
R.E. L. D .qA IEL L.
Ours is an iever lt y store. bee:. i- -
I attiactiion-., co -l'italit. val i us. .Al
*lependAblp. thatappeal to those who)
elii-ve that "imonoey should hiu
niolii,'y- worth."'' W hite'-.


To I-urniiAh Fre>h Water at thie Sa-li;a
itsia oiindl Qunarantine tatioin.
Proposals are invited to -ink or
blore wells at the Saita Roit.a So i nd
'iQaranitinie Station,. ant:a Rosie
sound, for the purpose of furnishing


a bountiful supply of pure drinking


water.


Agent State Board of Health, Es-


cambia county.


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lox dozen Scriven's P tent Elastic
seam drawers at 00 cents per pair, at
White'e.






Photo aphic Arti t,
20414 South Palafox St.
at iftruc-tln <(%iartintecdl.


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
lA.BIJ 0 Wo0
Old Qualker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
.--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--::

Furniture at all Prices. M SS R NEWELL.


'W"o'ars, zplIinr (dfn i w! r.,.tumtab-
it barga~.in Idice"-: A t:t.bA. '
-p ri?.-1.;4-;,Ina t t iitr- ~i?*I en ,,a-:i ,
;it c 1) n ab i vt wj-- i P,,t -a' ,Ih,- rI-.

C.~jall .1Id -.Xau,111114 tI!.'nIII at ( 'rI.i


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DRESSMAKER,


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25 Cents


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Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
- rt Orders Promptly 'lervld all Hlour%
of Day or Night.
Fish and Oysters in All Styles.

Nick Apostle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
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Bieyfe; Aid BieYele %rablres.
Agw it bfor anjlhie-r.Ci..n&-ehand and Racycia.
k1t''. *-... ?i j '1ears .'xperlign. *in Re-
pmIci-'.N.: of Sacyc~e-. 'aqb Jtogiq-ra.
iyllww'iter*.(iuns. lF~t. K~yrs mad(e to
titniny lock. 1i'C.
12 West .-:mana Street.


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLdftDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6,1900.
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WOMIOANM


In good condition she is sweet and lovable.
and I:.gs I f! s sung on a joyful harmonious
str;.g. Out of order or unstrung, there is
d.L-:rdance and unhappiness. Just as there
is one ke" n'- to all music so there is one key
rcte to heali'... A woman m.ght as well try
to fly w.i'ho g wings as to feel well and look
we:: wh..s the orga:. that mTKe her a woman
are *'ea< or dis"a .,d. She mast be health
.-.'. crs i':t .e hea'r:,y ots:de. There
a- *n: .sar, .,' w.m.n s, fer:ngs en'iy all
c'.etr r,:e cc :r.. ,* shaken mordes'y urges
trie r s -, :n'.tis :ne-e is nothing more
ad-..: e :.a' o a madest woman. health is
c: the 7 r"S .pirar..:e. Every o:her con-
s de-a:::n ,' ji;di i.ve wa: before :. Brad-
f.e;d's Fer-a!- F'gu'a:or sa red c.ne for
tiesa'e.ar.'.q:, "'-
es, waf to c i
ccr-hea. fa '. of
the wor--., r ,''
riess. hNd fSadI__
ba c.ahet'e al ,
e':ab ea- e, Y
at the r- .
ben exp
called re-, 1 ..
Weare :r: a.'- n
you totr., an ur. -r- 7.1
ta r'v. Brai;:ds
happy the :an Is of
." -.e.. WY at it
has done f-r o:.-r.,
it can dc icr
for$1 a bottie.
A fre- 'Wi rited
tou a&J Vh 1 t ite t

WGUAIO C3.



DANGER IN MISPRINT3.


A (aml. in ressint-( ire TaLru !b) 41-
thor ed Pra&.Iisder.

stothcr cday. "s iae, Ir. --.AI
present a 11-11-g:1autolol i -% alitio:1ii tg ill
-c-rtahhin t'e-IiuniLoti pc-u iiioil u-a l.,as 4lid
lows: *li .1. ai lkii t~iti' liattinl
the third ecdoutoi -of (I'r.'fei.-iog '%irzil

IV issueti. lIi~iit- ,- 'aC -if iiust-i
it-nc'houditiue -delshctit imlronidi ii t, is ga
e-nas fronoit ite 'iifoo.fti :rt-.ilii41.7e ii
Q-1 gniauinstiteipvd 491' c tliii (ii t*ii- it) i'iiii
grains. Thce'-tintfirt, i-.Iwie-n c-or-I-i-t '-.
in tile efopl.--,pIs'l Y'SJvet'it 'i'ias s.1ll
** -I'llijs isaill u.fit I w lp ) q,;dI .~ 'i,
'laugi- rots ethri.et via.vIt hv a;11-1141i-
'ii' t l'id ii ti I i;! :1 i i. 1 IIii'iii


11as th~ i 'I' l- i f; I l~t' ;:111
"EX- Ihiiwta. 1.c.1 t- u t:1u 'ill --I- ltc
a g:1 il tI 'll 1iii h i iii t 'i rif II ;. .:I -I I
Ill lit ole t P is 'i -11 4 ii *111.-1 i:11 a
-1.4it-blas lu I tells. ij I ;- I I I Ni-!,i-

-o-:iri a rihn.q ii- i'- l's is; I fi lii-

it,-. avrh.otr'-;'io ii I If- i, ii'; i ii-i
Th t i o e l %%- v'I k .l h "1111 ,
1The'read v. ha1ioiilic s:: .oth-ti i-ut to
ell;'I.mt-ds Evlif 111.1 1.i' h s vlitti :it
lanie rend'-. is-Ill 'hil u 'ttts li e is~
1t ,l v %%1r11 tie -uqt1e' It t l i'Th.-i.1l1* vAs
In riule. k, 14t6- %4", I'sHI'ii!i. r WT. .-~tjg
l"T he' I'i( s nli-u ci is tht-eti 'l :i l~ir
a~uang l.i'14 t15 Ei t'i.it 1isL si l-lint I
lj~i agin I.tryvuIfri'r.: 1 1.1";%I ill, 'ul.
11c ir~teitoit licaeAWi im*i-'t'rt 'ix i iu' eri-
a ion-t% s. li-i I.' 1 it i -t' ; l it- %ill Auiti


]y. Th, 1 ,t iou -. III I14lIIt r.t :ft' I 3i a
tio -ilit- l i tdo i ,ulV. iciI l I w all lie "
iA~uit'. (1gi-11si4. i1Ic---d. it iie;tint 1.li
ljis a1ga'in IiuiI f isl. erw- guinIt i:,'-; e
ItilheA IYli Ow1 11 :ft iii'wrii~i meur of 1Ii
a t hug r '-Ii lii j I alliIu-' -it lii'st 'it's
ni't Hit- :1111s1411- IAil, i i- t.w INI Tail lif.-

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l if v.4' 1 1;mt In.a-. i iIi -i f ill* \ 'T':i sI-g n' to
clorohivi-ytooig- Ltio 'atOw 44a I 4:nh-to
'i lt' tOTio t,1 o i --, itw ic!!'::ilt~v r ti-
Ik t 11; l u. 'e I1.1;-i' ti I ii\ er is-

Pt .9 t l ilt% i ha twitIc-,-I 'I apuhthi
wart's s the O miul. tilteqil,:
entatzesp'I'l itth'rtun's
halil- ot)yet it-s utaI~em~l.
us if, rk Tt I, C 11'


KEPT MARRIAGE A SECRET.
Wedded Last September They Have
Just Made It Plnblic.
Ri\Vtk)LD. Ga., Apriil 5.-A wedding,
quite romantic in detail.-, has just been
announced. The contra,-ting mprties are
M. H. Trimmer and Mrs. Nellie Hunt.
Ringrold is the hom> ,of Ilath Mr. Trim-
mer and lii- bride, but for nirr- than a
vyar Mr. Trimmer has ln'eii a r .-idtent
of Clihtt'in iii. His hbiidl is a ve-ry
hanl.soni amil a'e>upli.shed l4dy. SheI
was the- \vii- of .T Jurnes A. Hunt. wlho
was ;a Unt -itr *'f tii- leishlatmr- from
Cato.,, cu-mytvy. and whi was kill *d in
AtlaIta b1y Hi-wlett Miire during hi-
rt-niln a ii nii.1hi-r oif the legislature about
I-1 yi ars Kng..
Mr. Triumiinr and Mrs IIunt were
nmar. i,-d inl I hattanowi,-a l bust Septtnixlb'r
by L:-iuitr Rl.'irt Wallaie.. but an-
,a,',]ie- -:i';ir of thi' fact was onlyV ina1Il'
;uiili- .%uiiniy niighr. Thl'y an r -r(*tiv-
:ng ti;,.* i,ugr.itulatinis uf their manylV
il iin.-!-.
WARS OF THE CENTURY.


Turkel-y line Had lihe rlu t and Den-
mar ihlle- I.ceanlFigloIIInK.
tlt :l 1 ", ,illn \\V'i ill the
l':.i.h- \.l.l i. I i-*n i ,i ; 'i,;,n-; i in :1:i
iil:-illal el- .;I i ..m. 1 I -i.t lIhe l I ull; >t
: rini lh.i ill \\i r,.:, .rv;i l l rilain lIis
baIc01 ut1 W:;.t' l ll i t I l llii .f". t it -
ipo r,,n <0,l;' l t,< \\.a r Ei:;i tl- l-:n:land
in M.ay. Ih :. r. i, |i \iIns war be-
t l'rl ini t;<' I y 1 I'.' r ;Il .\i;lilet s.' ill
S 0,-1o q I I0p. T Il v\:ir o. I I0 :; .In.!ted

1i<'ll<'1'd I l, ier :ll it-ill ind 1 ;i lohunI
ias v n i-. [p 'i- n ,l arlnivol on t lhe -lit of Ma*y. tlitr sciap-
ed fro, lllba in .iM ar. l, 1 .". :1inl re-
l, :itnIt'liK' ;I \\:;Ir- \\liif' in t: ally I t 'r-
iinl2 ofd \illa .;li second ons the list is
lba tle ofl \V it('rloo ,1 I th e lh of .1111i4'.
Spain. hi\inth ; years of waiI rl 12 yare not
Napoleion as '.*'IIl ;1Iis .irisoi r to St.
lilt-,la., where Ihe difl ied in 1.
The n u tiopean power lllat lihis iexll
mosozt at wvar durinlt ilhe century lihas
loen "Tl'rkey--'>s y,.ars of it. as against
1;:2 of f, aec. The second on tife list Is
Spain. with ,3'_1 years (of warflare. not
ollintinig her last fatal caiiipaign. Thenl
.onite F'rance with I21 and Italy with 2:3. Great Brit-
alln has had no less than L21. tGermliany.
not counting Prussia,. follows with 14.
Swcden with 10 and Denmark with '9.
Our own country during this century
hins es(apt4ed with three foreign wars.
,one civil strife, the [Philippine insur-
rection and a baker's dozen of Indian
eanmpaigns. the longest of which was
the Seminole war.-'lhi-ago Chronicle.
Width of a Bolt of Ligfhtnaing.
Some of our foreign couilnmipoiaries
,'ita in llie interest iniig in fornmi tion
ilh:t the width of a lightning flash las
ln1t-1i iin'1:isturl el rc-eiiiely. o(n Aug. :-2'
lI st. a:'t-ordin g to i lGi-rlianl journal.
Ge;'o!-e luiiinktr aof hli' ililiinitirg olh-
svt'r\:lt I y olxninrd a |l a photos ra'lil of a
boll ofi lightnintli whichli struc-k the tow-
er lie:ir ;hl I ot, -',er\aio;.y. In this ceise
Ilt' point sir -uck was known and olln-
se st rmi'r. \ hii-li v as .,ooin It i-ers. Knowi.'-
in; the foi dist ;.c. of &%am orljctive
iof tlI' t.e inra aiil Itihe lidt illu niinat-
i':l. as s~ii\\Imii liy n th e n I ivi. it was
tipos- ibh. l, (t l -.lia ll;t' the lir) clt itl of
tlih ir -Vy Ii:ims. rI'rvl*'rt' inll'-anlldese i lt
ItY tili.- nurr-lnt. t'omparative m'iaisiu;re-
Illme'ntis v.ii! Ithe iil:l>te of lh(I tower
sihm t d I:1. it tli dlis.charg;e had I a
,l'rea ;il;Ii of alioiit ti e i\' lliliil tlers
al, l 4; .i11- t:frh of a1:1 iinlch 'T his re-
s ilt 1 4l< ,' ly <'oi'lu"s w itlh It at obtain
i'i ltV I'il.tso'l iil,,fi at a id<-s-sa iln l 'i.I..
otlIainiodl in a ititjl:i"r l iiialinel r.- W\ st-

A Wonderful lFire Alarm.
A tire alarin r coulllinatioil of tie grapholphtone a iIl
telephone. In tlie use of thle talking
alarin one of the graphophone t ..*-
chint, is placedil on each floor of a
llnildinr and connected with the tele-
phone tire alarm system. For each
machine a record is prieparetd. For in-
stance. ilr' rnraphiioplione on hlie secondit
floor of a building would contain tlhe
rl'coril. "'There is a tire onl the second
rtoo-r." eti. This r-ecord is then adl-
justed so inhat ilihse words art repeat-
*,dI inlo ti- ii'l.phione by the expand-
inkg of at lht'rl ost: t wh Inever a tire
lculitl' In lhis naly ilhe origin of a
ti,-' is lhiat0d1 iluiitt'diathly and aluto-
inatitally. The alarni also lights thli
electIric lights inl the buildirig. sets :I
r l.d li4 t ibliin:g in front of tihe. build-
ill:, to gu)idie Iit tirenien and souumis
the "l' i nli it ) Il'w stri'i-t through a
liant i':ai)pho!iine-so we are told.-
clt'i tin S' I't il.igs.

Oriental physicians have practiced
vaccination for more than l.OOu ye.ara.

E( ZEMA. Ir(.HIN(; HI'MOItS
Pimiples. Cured by I. B. l.-Biottlth
Fret to Sufierer.


Do,.s your Skin Itch and Burt.?
Di-tressi.ig Eruption-a on the Skin so
on feel ashamed to be seen in conm-
pany? Do slcab-s and Scales form on
the Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have y u-
F.czemi't? Skin. Sore and Cracked?
Rash frin ,ton the Skin? Prickling
;4e:1 iln the- Skx.n? Roil-? Pitmuplt-?<
R ti* P;iini ? Sw to'll-n Joint-? Falling
H:ti?.' All IImt Dowt1? Skin Pale?
01I Sor--.? Eating lore!-? I icers?
.All tlh,-- ar.- ,\ itnptoiiis of Ezemalla
4id Illrpurities a:uid Pol-ons in the-
llood. To c-te to tav cured tk,-
R. IH. H. H lt n-ic blood II.:In:
vtintich ink-- the blood pure and
i t'h. B. IB B. will c,.u-e th.- s,,r--.
o, al. itehinir of e( ze-lilm to stop
',.*ri-- er. thie -kin to b-come clear
Itd :he breath sweet. B.. is
!i-tI ihe reui dhy you have bee Ilook -
g g for. I h.ru-r-u.,hly tested for :V
-war-. Our r.ader- are advised to
ry It. B R. For -ale py druggist-
it $1 pr larkie I ottleos full tre-at-
ml-in:tt $5. Colimplete directions with
S.ci b-'ttle. S.o sufferers mayv *-t
,' Addr-s -BLI.OOD) BALM CO..
Atlanta. G(i. Describe yoar trouble
ind Free per-onal medical advice
4iven.


JUDGE BROWN'S DECISION.
Attorney GUeneral (riggs and Other
Ofelals CrIltiee It.
WAsmxTO ', April 5.-The action of
Judge Brown of the United States dis-
trict court at New York, in refusing a
warrant for the removal of Contractors
B. D. Greene and J. F., E. H., and W.
T. Gaynor, indicted in Savannah, in
connection with the frauds alleOgd to
have been perpetrated by Captain Car-
ter, was a geat surprise to, the itt-ials
of the department of justice.
Attorney general l Griggs spoke- of the
decision as unwarranted by the law or
the faets, and said that under it vio-
latorsof(it the law could escalp. punish-
ment exceptt by chance they were appre-
hen.iei in th district where the offen-e
wis eimnmitt ,d. Solicitor generall Rich-
a '-I- .h:tra,.teriz?,d the derisioin a- out-


Il Sie- w Store.
()l1 IIi ir-w. mvhiio lives in a village
II -|t Illit 's Wi\va .;i:ln* .lilnto town last
W t' k otilI lh, s!Y. I, 1:1'.y :""1 !iri" ilay gift
for his wvife'. iHe en'-;l :iliot vigorously
:il ,t Itrii.gled( int :i \ th-li !t way through
tlie o'rIOw\vis., lin;:ll l'iing wasilnhed
asliorm in tlh*' dol:v i :iy i" f a hariilware
e.st:ilili-l;uiienit. I i..:li:a:.i:; of tigliting
his way ally t la r. Ih- iii:lhti up his
m ni d tou im !,>i- hiis i,,:n-l:.:-I rih;lt there.
Martha vatirteil :i -w\v s i. Inyw\va".
So Ihe allowed liiiii'fit' to itI takeien il
htand lby "1nn elit'l';L'vtiv" .s:l"11:11 Hil :1 11:14hli
soon purchased for .'21 a larticleh tlh:it
\v;ia-< guaiirntetteli to coo.,ik :1willi ing !nd
ev-rytthing :IIll at one timn. lIe had it
v I'.r.-tssil out to ;tli e vill ;lndl by
etiini i .:'i st ;ati y sticce'l'd ii n getting
iets-t up in i lh kitlO n i lhe next imorn-
in withliout Martlia's knowledge. \Vhen
Shl si \W il. sie'e lutg.i d lhimi ad bealll-
el all over n'ithi dtli- lit. '1'lhen lie went
Ot atiinl killed a: young sticking pig and
iwo chickens and prepared for a royal
Suddenly a lank look passed over
the old man's face.
"Why. what's the matter, Drew?'
exclaimed his wife.
"Look it here:" he cried. "Here I've
been and bought a darn gas stove for
$21. and there ain't no gas for nine
miles."-Chicago Times-Herald.


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

Do you believe all you read in the
paper? Exaggerations in advertis-
ing may attract passing attention;
but we are not seeking passing at-
tention. We're looking for perma-
nent customers. White',.

I will repa r your watches and
jewelry in firot-class style. J. I.
Stephens.

Furniture on Credit
MoQt beautiful line of side hoard-
over shown in te(- city. Ward,-ohes,
with Ilass doors of e-very descrip-
tion, from the cheapest to the finest.
loll-tp i secretary cases elegantly
fini-lied. a fine line of china closets,
and everything contained in a first-
cla,-a furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's-
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.

At C. V Thompson''s.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
Paper; Dennison's Crepe, Etc., with
a general assortment of stationery.
C. V. THOM PSON.
No. 30 South Palafox Street.









The Original
WORCESTERSHIRE


SCROFU


Y. c. p RI .'%r.


W3. It K %i1 0 W -,


trho BDWting

DIse a of


Ia many respects Scrofula and Consumption are alike; they develop from the same gen-
cral causes, both are herelitary and dependent upon an inipure andi mi-
x-povished blodx supply. Int consumption the disease fastens itself upon
the lungs ; in Scrutfula the glands of the neck and throat swell and suppurate. cau.inng 1!4 r.":-
the eyes art i-:i:.Lnieil an. I weak : there is ;in almost t continual ,lsch.art-e irn tin- t-ar th-.t! :
bones ache, and .whiite swelling is frequently .a result, causilig the dis.ael 1-;c-, t,, "A.ork
the skin. producing in.le-cribable pain and sutTering:. Cuttint awai .v >a--re r 4.:r.'-el l
Sgood ; the blood is poionedi. The old scrofulous taint which lihas pi ,al Tit .in" ''
generations has pllute-d every dn)p of bhlod.
'^J. S Scrofula reqjuirts vigorous. persistent treatment. Thi ',.... in::t' *.;.. 1.
condition before the terrible disease cani be stopped in it- work of .l-::::.;: ". :
'- other poisonous mninerals usually given in ;sich cases do itiore h..'ri "lanu. ,. .', : '
and leave the system in a worse condition than before.
S. S. S. is the only medicine that can reach deep-seated blood troubles like Scroft:la. It 1 t. tdow:n t, ':,"
the disease and forces every v .tige of poison out of the blood. S. S. S. is the nI it uriiel \ei 'L!i. h i ; 1i
The roots and herbs from which it is made contain wonderful blood purifyi'ig pro,,',rtie-. x'>'i n ... *n 1 \t -..
long resist S.. S. tinvila: .- v ; : ., t: ..
SAVE THE OCHILDREN f.iei b. .u have re *it,.kh
enfe ed h If you hav, re t- tt. k .... -
your child has inherited any lthiai taint. don't wait tfor it to develop. biut l,.-in it best blood purifier and blood builder known, as it contains no p,(iso4nou)I nintral. -. S. is l'rc-Celi:ientlv r, :
children.
When mni d:uii iter wa. a-in :if.in' she hadl .1 ever cai-,e"f S'rf 'T' 'i r w h .it'. i tiII /' ,* p
stant care ofu physici .ns ir tu,, re tIiiin two %ear-.. lie wa-,.wT, e tii i 'ertl .u 'tt'i tie n h, v'.. i t
We almost d spai:cl f h r life. A few t ,tile, of Swiftt -T c',pc. Ir !-.r .'i;ltt' .r i -r.-e- '1
go direct tothe(-cal-e of the t'- le 1 ) not believe. it h .t11 eq al f.'*- i'.'.rtri .e !; d d
which ar- bvyontd tht: T),wer ,)f othe-r -... ailed bloodl remedit-, I l .K t.1 n l,. i.1
()uir medical dep.rtlment is in charge of expernencedi phlisic'i.T:s who have maiIl
Scrofula andl other blood I diseases a life studii. Write tlitii ;itiut ,*ir- c.a-e. or ily tie
you are interested in. Votir letter will receive prompt andJ .'reful 'ttvtii.. "iAna.e
no' charge whatever for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPA'NY. ATLANTA. CA


No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
SPe tl ,iohb" ftT-ct- in Mti' ',
hose. at WVhite's.

WAITED.
Waited tio ky all kinds of Secoi
nlu Furniture, NMrchandias, Ac.
Address Box 142.


0


A


Fuel Gas



Alphabet
.V -'-~-A


A

B

C

D

E

F

G


I








N

0

P

Q
R





U

V

w





z


was an ANCIENT who used
to burn wood.
iq for BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that he after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pa-s.
was his FOLLY in not u-ing
gas.
is the (AS (eorge used in hli-
,-t)Ve.
i- thle HEIGHT of joy ga-
b)riou lit to lii- hlimu e.
i-,::t h,- INDIAN: lie doesn't
u-e (GAS.
cannot nIe it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wl.,re (lAS
i. the fuel.
is the LA 'NDRY. they'er
both of 'eni col.
is the MONEY, saved by a1
Gas Range.
is for NOW. the best time for
a change.
i- the OFF'ER the Conipany
makes.
is the PROFIT. d-r.'t make a
mistake.
i- for QIESTION ; no ques-
tion at all'
is the RANGE you asiould
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yoa make, if
you do.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
saved,too.
is tlie I'NION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION. now cut it
ad.rift.
is WIhi)OM in having in
chaiige
plu' Thrree Dollars to buy a
Oas Range.
is for YOU. plea-e ob-Prve as
yo4 pa?-.
i- our ZEAL to, -upply 3 ou
with GAS.


- NI. FfrTS Allays Irritation. AidsDige
RcS Aiu ts eB4%.
1[ IStrngthcns the (0,
ScWILLA I Makes Teething F.
A% A. (Teething Powders) J. TEETHINA Rlieve% th.
Troubles of Ch.ldrer
C-osts 0ly 25 cents at Dhigsts. ANY AkE
ormail "':.'nt, toC.J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.


E. PETE.SEs T,
o--PROI'PETUK OV-o

CRONIeS SA LOON
o-DEALER IN-1

fmported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars,
JUG TRADE A sjUZAMALTY.
Corner Ralmont and DevillierPw 8t. PKN4ACOLA, FLA

Cold Weather
Coming. ond in
ordersand Jetus fill your bin bhf,,:- :
cold snap arrives. Weo will snd y,4
best coal you can procure for Pithe.r lral -i
or beating purposes at reasonable pric-.

T}Ompsor, Olser) ( o..
D* 'ii ers in

Coal and Wood.


office and Yard: a I. Corner Zarrai. -..-
and Rallroad Mtri.t-ct.


P .I~Is.


.1. -. I- j.;sE-


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT,
D. G. BRENT,


W. K. HYER. JR


7i4 0i uUi N*6m Bhahp hut Sal

IWWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Britain. Irelsan
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Bppain. '-uam, Rssia 1b, r
way, Sweden, Denmark and otner uropean cour rise.
'WVewsels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and their
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Desmination Ten or Fifteen L ays
*fter Veasel Arrives snere.
W 'afety Deposit o-es for Remt lA Ooneeotlona
with whieh we have a Private Aparwai t for the Ue
off Noetow..




McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

mam mr *01 oafib rtfr ftH


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


MOBILE, ALA.


SAS RANGES $13. Connect d Free. THE ORIGTP.&L--


Beware of Imitations
John Duncan's So::, Agents, New York





WING, HOP O.,
-Importers and Dealers In-
Chineam and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,=*
FPINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 81 HMoth Palates S-eet.
Laundry Office PENSACOLA, FLA


Pensacola Gas Co.,
MO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


DBINK LION BEER!


Endorsed by all Physician- a. tflhe
only Beer ab-olutely ree from adul- I
teration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Try It. On Tap at ll Salmc.


ST. LOIS


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAlh, S3le Wholesaler.

U' S ILW !HIS11E3. BiIlDIES 111, IIPOBTID I 001Dot.'
Paul Jones aun Eclo SpriBs ,eleratel uiisi
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELIY TonIC.
PHONE 1.54. : : : : P. I. BOX 7
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Frre l)ellvery to Any Part of the t iy.
,wAll orders ie:t at TbnOffice., VIdal Bmlb, will te. caT.--
at tended to.


Telephone No. 147.










THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLqOIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1900.


MOHGAN- VANDERBILT

COMBINE FFFCTFn


-;:e remedy of increasing
.-it. Always cures Warring Financiers Come To-
SICK HEADACHE, gether In Big Deal.
..,:nach, malaria, indiges-
,pid liver, constipatio:. CAL TP.UST TO BE FORMED
'I bilious diseases. -
TL'TT'S Liver PILLS "': ,",-= .f T,, ,T4 r,., Into One


;I t. or- 'I e DNif2stlk te.t ;
i 1 u it-s 2 4. -1 :'Iu. t,-hnI: bI


llp 'llo-iit. h rwl i- tho iml t f



\;.1121 -01 t-- nol rve I sm a
Ili*- ano '.1 ir l '-t4 the pinint v
,,;.,r o ih i 4ptl wf-t rt- thet
I- Ipoit. -el. Td ,ijo rnql %tho-(,irk.v
Ill. th. 'v aavauT a !Nuril r i.0 c'n-
it" r hu lPI--iis ll -r fj,sf ru


Vi n' I o af-mIP tt-t
kpnh 4--. 4 f', was a


III LI, 2!ipiE 1ll-'IT
'I..Ioi %.AI't -tigth1:~. ut a
-rv Iniliula -tu .- a]lig
%al, li stai?. it
I ~.-Ir i-t 4 it I- f d I -N ititr '11a
to" d~lIt l K. ~-.nvK dif




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.' i 4 *i i 4 d. gi.- atte. 1

i -' I vI 2ll If 12\%.I I'i rt 111;i


loala-iaci i ia \Vaarw.-rkb iU11k-








KIDNEY DISEASES
ine the awe fata of AIdis-


fOL~yS KIEY CURE k
FOLEY'S OL.. RON*


or money rduW-d. Contar;n
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE SOc. and S"l. .


4 xi -- it ii''
'.-i- .-'x 4- 4 -


* I I t ''a: i:i-:~i'
I' -II'.-


REAL EST
and Ii
AGENr


4 iii 1-,1 I-rat ire' I ijl rof Isiie4t of t h e

N-WvY.':K. A.14-' 1o'the
Le.nlri2illrb4.1 .La- Iw'i'U avyiirtil b ,y
ii*~~~~ 0ai-'~.- uv:Ilv is tlt- vas-t
....'-Z'- w th tt-* xtra'j,ritiur.-v, ial
.I,%,-i i r It.-.- Otl-b Xa-!4 Irl tilt,. but ti
A. h.r1rPic.ul ~l Vail% are ind othel
k~. *VSi~m'' art* 1-i14-intl-rgkA into the
R, :i & 1tiza tmil t, i .nihmri. ith rhesecae-
.. i-~1. :2.-.T~i, pr,,ti, rry of th,
Il li- .- 1.4 *t(o~22 f tilt, tn-
a 1:1 i 1'"-'i isO iii~ :.i riii-qwbrtati- tit
2 r ub-il,.5 I ii, *btr%4 hic4. ITmire airt
-'IL r atA 11. ii t-'r -r e wli'mats... l i
y I Ei I,. tr.i t Nit.,; t Ij ~ml r:14.iei aliv
*r 2-u rli::ig f,:''t, ir pi. rna-iiio,(Ifrwu'
:1 t::,1.(-!brl,rttionsm lor-ugiat 4!no-
nY.*. a. 1.1.' ti'iitm4-al zints-rol, -, -ce(!it lv

.-i. z I!!, i- .th Th
0;,. m't -lj:: M ps-i ~ .~ lv tith
I 2 1t tII!-r I .'- N 1IN tt 1: T ;1 IIIYl I'i
tt' ir t ?. j n* (. 2'I 1! -ti r.1 i r- '2 'l bty
.1:- 111 1% 111 -o 11111-, 4 10v\
1:, wil l. 'i V. I,! l .z- 'if a newIt

I a. l.it l z thi iiI i ..' L ill.-r iin a poiw-



Nw'.iiik imid tilWi-'em-v. i-Iii li, it a
tar~r Il IV.:a-~1u l htpol


WILL BUILD WINTER HOTEL.
(iharloesto, to HtiV .- 0(M,)(0 0 Hotusee
on ilattery.
('"i 4i.E-4'\,. April 4.-Mt Ge. rg, M.
Tri inh i:n finanti -.ily ivitere-t.-d iln the 1Iuildliig of
a grail d .:,.t imO h,,t.-l tin tilt. water front
in ('liarl--tiill. I, ;Zoii' to N, w York on
a ,n-ii.-- trip The hote-l -h'mne i.s nt
-..ln t' b t.-lh, v f. ir tilat he lilot4-Yv -.ll I niseld,
:t-. i'-viiu-ly prionii- 4 Archit'ect
Whtlelw'iglt of N. w Y4ork. who hai
t -, i1 in Char;t.-iin fir -,v. ral w .wks,
ha ii, pl-ti i tli andl tlte-s. Lar-, 1., n it to New York.
Theil itc pbU-ktd i'it f,,r the ,,otel is on0
the hli.'h ii tr.rivy ,ivrl, king tilt- harbor.
It i- -..-n #4 ,.l a llt.tg tiiht'-> r location
ttir t.,thii at -uninmr and wint-nr i,,tel
FIVE DOCTORS PROSECUTED.
Tl'he Are IHelol I nderr a i .~D>( iMond
For Mi'deliteal ;ior.
A. *11i .\pr.! 4.- 1.t thil in-i..a;tion,
of a .:inI- ;:"'- '..; v hl 't.ii-ctd


4i IS-# it u -1, .4 -;rIn grand- j 111-.-%'I-

tI II-I 't I I ra:- V.- i 1I .n: uI :I 11! : tIiat r 'i- of
ot V.-. I od r -- i1 r. 1 ir i I- t ;I'Ii Ie -r.

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PROPOSED NEW-,. RAILROAD.
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N ~~- -:2i -I .April 3.-



iDD Xil : it ',11 -4 r I T121 hidlt ri.-
,.*-ni'14 ab IIImerrI.-n" i hait n- I im t. I-I
~&TF. g'21 IV. hlot' With Ii sAl' rgimia. The ,-first It tilI
ms'LIr'ance ~,t I I. :F-i ght thigh it' M r.XAndt-r-
.o4 II L!2.1111 Wi~t- 141444l.' withall erd -


riox St'r e
FL.A


NICOLA CAcSA,
PESTAURANT- -OYSTERS.

:"-'. aB l s, Vept il?.


* '~i'ci A Lw r~icef.


I I o ilI m lt.. ( 4 *. I v l4 I '2 u i

4 :'. 2 4- A-. ( if-

~ 0:??1- r- k.' A o nitl. t P.P11'


f~alaiitI- leknotwn aii?'tlivI/ Raun Cotiut'.'


in ell its stag" LbM(Jb
.-hwiiid be cleaaim.e-s. H~FIt~%~
Elys Cream BalmV

ia c". I ,I ',.~.e L d
Crcii Ean lam 14 pseed Into the noqstrns, spreads
ort.r t:.e iiuetuhrar~e ai d in a--icorljcd. Itelef is im-
nwolvi:4:t a-,d a cure fo..ows. It is ifot dryiung-does


A. M. AVERY,


"(-M*-N"- Of lM#W. V u ,1
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP

Hardware,
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Suppiles, CookinA
and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.


notjriducepneezng. Large Size, 50 cents at Drug- Oln, Pistols andt Fishing Tackle.
ELY" tROTUERS. 54Warren Street. New York. AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GOlaL
uStitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Lattin A Rand
.uert.o rMi.an 4 III Pase Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
W -tivr;Tox. April 4.-The Puerto and Ranges, Wm. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's Ready
Rian rarifft bill haws twen jass.ed by the Kade Raitlroad Colors.
s.enat,. The vot-. was 40 to 31. There
were 1; abantees, all of them paired. Of Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.
the Republicans, all voted for the bill -
except Davis of Minnetsota, Proctor of ___
Verin.nit. Wellington of Maryland. Ma- SIW I UU I
sin of Illiin(,i. Nelson of Minnesota and 11 11 T ll
Sinion of Oregon. Senator Hoar was aL 0 1 1 D LIIL B
paired against the bill. Mr. McEnervyof
I,,uisiana was the only Democrat paired
for the bill. R PrI
Wrnthe i t of'Removal Den red. A. FRIEDMAN,- Prop
NEW YORK, April 4.-Judge Brown of A N F
the United State.- district court has re- AGENTS FOR .
fused a warrant of r0m ival applied for .


in the ca-seof Captain Carter'se certiorari,
H. B. Greene, E. H. (4aynor and W. T.
taynor. indicted in Savannah. He or-
dered the discharge of the prisoners
without prejudice to further proceedings.
Quay ( 'e Ilefore Senate.
WASHINmt xN. April 4.-There was a
lively time in tihe s,'nate today over the
Quay c~'.se. it b iingi the co4 tinuatio'n of
the contest inaugurated last evening.
After an hliur's debate the cas. went
uocr until tomorrniw
T'o EItablt-h Ihhoop 1F'iiatory.
Cn i~TrTT\ox.A April 4.-A omaUmny
ha- I. -nu fiorir-d hi r.r with .:{:i.iHl capi-
tal t build and operate a li.arnl hini)
and building lath plant. It will make
t;oii>o. ibrrel hoops daily. Ample inan.
i. behind the enterprise wheu needed to
make it a sucet',-.
t'uit- for the little fellow, with
I)outle- lre:I-ted F'aeicy V'est., the
cnte-t thing- that ever haIppeted, at
Wlit ie'-


Hign-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK, 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET, KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
j[W The Large-t and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
Wines for Family UIse.


'0


NTS!O


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged. %tort legged,
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sort" of legged gar-
mnnts, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
60) pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good cassimere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair, good cassimere
pants. Some are two,
three and four dollars a
pair, good worsted pants


THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
Ul 'Also Aztent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.
P. O. Box 41S, PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 17. 0


SOMETHING NEW W DO NO


; EVERY DAY


buy pants for adrer-


tising purposes-to sound


I.I:IAITIV\ : 'CANDIDATES
And Deleega'e rs the C un'y u t'onven
tion at Plowpelon. April 14.
Following are the candidates for
th. le~i-lature and the list of dele-
.Late- to the county democratic con-
vetiion at Poweiton. April 14, en-
dor-ed by the Workingmen's Demo-
cratic club:
For the Legitlature.
C. Moreino Jones.
II. C. Clonton.
I)-legates to countyy Convention.
Precinct l12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Pon. R. A. Credible. WIn. Carmi-
chael, Thos. G. River-.
Precinct 1]:.-J. F. I,. Quina. Ar-
thur John-on. J. ( Avery, J. Whit-
in g Hargis, J:ia-. L. Sweeney.
Pretcinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E.
Mt;ar-, A. E. Zelius, H. G. DeSilva,
Ja-. >I 'rien.
Pr.ecitct 15-Tha,. John ion. John
I'. .le. F. E. Cominvuyn, W. A.
D)ut ,iani,. H-. A. Water,. 14n-tf


(tilfor Staate ("-vi t'ltjiol.

III. o.-liwi' rst ic pmrty of tiii e tate I' f I 'r-
(111 i1t0.,4' -it'. 1 .411,- Pi.4,at I'-' maol, for tlt,'
ftj(I %Ait t11 Z ill rpii-.- ,

tttt i- n' t..- naiu-2 .'- it 2arm i'it, r,.iui-' iti 'lar0.

.i i i imwf.'ttr !e-art--for tire.- ffi.--t ?. of i- o%-
W;. 'Jut--lw- of tie i i~lt~- tipn-ina' Court.b
2-a.' A tii- .'i* % --ttti4i1i.
Ilitii' (I 'i r i- ttI '-bt. l4 b i IIi'- at' t'l

0. 4V"i t e ii l2'' -'ti iitl -Iii Ir to ,i~t-i it2 Iii

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Yis 411 .


HALL KLEIN'Scheap.


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Z'olepho o 8O8.

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


TIME TARTE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANIAIY 27. .'i


No. 11. No. i2. N o. 11. N%4. 8.
12:4.5 nboon 11 :211)P[it Leave' Perinteolit....Arriv.- 4:2 -p rtit 4p arni
2 :17.)p in 1~:!5I zii11g 11It Arrive Flonhatozi A r r 1- ".4.5h:-1 pMiii:3'a fit
4 :12 p in 3i:46ia "In A rrive .... obtle ..A mrri, 2;70 :. -pn s n ]'ight
~ p in 7:1o aatit Art ive Notw lirl-ait,4 Arrit.. -ijI) *:ap
6;: 01 j) In C:10 [Iafit Arrive MonItizoillry Art*vs.I 1I:?' to IiIn 2P.MIpnin
';:.Pipat ni 7: Ii p in Arrivet Na.Ii% Me'. Art'.. H:2 Ili '.:11i.M a III
12:2.5 n1on01 1 :341 a Fin Arrive Iajui-% ill. A I r 2 ) 1. 1 7p III ft.tit i
4.16 vI i l 7:1 m Ha Arri%#- eez,ar11111ti fu : t., 1) it tq, Ipii
is'wzziq PENSACOLA AND JACKSONV, LLE.
Nn. 21. No. :1. No.2. N 0.221.
II :.V)nigh t 7:tN a mi.n.. ... Pen .atola 211.1i0 p i11 A ::Ni P in
1*2:.5x nagbt 7::i.%a im .Miltu.P.'uin. i f] i
4:13 II 9:a iiat it 0p i.' ausk i-pring-.'Y p in 2:W tJ.;Ini
t;:~, oa in 1'::' 4Itmiin .. I iii iiiV1& Inp 1:.':577p7Ipii
7.14)a im 11 : 15 aIn atiii1 4iii,11118 v m L.4 ~Ilo l
,4:15 a In no11 ltonEi~v,.r Junct,.ion,:) p in 24.2N a tit
1 :43 p Ian l0al mu a.te ..2P in
7;2.') p niii .a..ks nvilbi. _1uAisaint

T3]a2:sCEITOIOEST3r
ANT) MOST POPUlAf BRANDS OF


W1155, WE5,Llq5R1, CORDIALfl,

-rnBEE RS, ETC.,-Cp-
IN WW I) A ND)(;LASS. J4AR'irE o011 \T xi QUANTITIESA


A[Li GTOR


A"] TifF.-


LFL7


iSAL00N


We buy good pants,


pants that are made of

good foods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

*i ome; front pockets, watch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets nights in

case /our wife tuanntx to see

if she/ is ,det/ing half of


your income) pistol pockets

a n d rel) 'esh m ent /pockets-


WE I ill A



WOOL PINT8


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-
te-rns for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodii d man bu-y nights and dayv- to
wear theil out in a; year. andl for
T;1.1i', som I i< w fa c'1 y a-y: sir.ere*
pantit-. lat(ip.-d -,ani-s, and creased
k needs.


Opposite U'nion Depot. T lp!one N,. 1;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor. H1, S1A!


} fa


0SLE AlGlES FOR


'PENNLAND RYE WHISKY,
BROOKHILL, SOUR MASH.
YELL 'WSTONv' RYE WHISKY.
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-KE.s & BOT I. ES


Delmonieo Hotel and Restaurant


Ws-.;;-ll all iu ewt,-te't
ibm rt~z flwa-$4.-p t hat ale ;imzply reat.
Patronize our- Pantry, it p,.i..


THE


,..i.,,wEn. "har;;; an. ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHOT NOTICE
8ve re tary. J AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

I RRooms for Rent by the Day, Week or Month. *
OS. "C 3f, 312 North Tarratngan treet, Ipposite giogii opet
coo
O-Telephone 68.-O C O
WBL I U, ---GEO. WILSON & CO.,.---
HPlafox Street. Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. The Ba Dl n O- f tlIa ,
Pensacola, Florida. sHo I'm Boarding a aEIaES 'l 0111 I anI t but will. -- c
Pensacola, Florida. Beilo7 I'mBoarding IVaaian'a Win do I a.nbt. but will_-. .


Arrest
a-c by the timely use of
: s Liver Pills. an old and


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EMBALMERS TO BE EXAMINED
IPrepatioom. Mlakag to Coply With
the New Law.
MACON. Avril .3.-The embalmers of
Georgia will soon undergo an examina-
tion before the state buard of embalm-
ing. crTateid by an wat passed at the las i
e-.ion of the It-gi-4ature. Formerly
there ha.- b -en n- law in the state con-
trolling the .-nmalmer-. It was not uee-
e-%arv tv, h,,ld a dii'lIma from any l.ge of ,.niralminig in order to pracrire-
in th. ?.tat,'. nor w!>: it n1c,.sary t. hold
a livr.-- troni any ii ar-d under thei.o n-
tr,,l of S.*v.fra.t pr,.niiii-ut enilialminrs teok the
inatt rr ii i;i a!'.d l-t y-iar and are re].in-
t.;bl4- f' '" TI.,J -aw |KI-4 L


To 41 oitipltet he Cot4 l t pri hoivie.
i- 'n Ala.. .\unl.:5-Thv ~build.
ing(f-flIimitt'l 4.ftht- 1.A-udvidalt- county-
i~iilfli~i 'f~c. .u lrt has a~dierti!-led f~or-
l)mds for the (' .npli-' ti' f tilft, ew iifiv(' 41
h*'u'-'-. Tib' imitravt I or wh ich iwas-, riggi
.11k--i'-lA t ii' *Li4viv1. ci llnr'.. inlthe. jibl
find 1ftIf i, i T-lnr.'h. R~r-4naie
-fa .;Ul,*tv .:A. viilii.oil tIoaded Mar.
0181 -rr- n.i attth*, Iiae.-ting 4,f thlt
*fltii~i*,r- i.1 rt-:-4 ri 4d tim.- rich t t.,
r'-y-cetallI i1x .11 ( 1-4-4 it-il l #- ett~c litr'a' t
utwI11 rho-ir 4 nr- .u'i- ja. iht-erI-
SWme4thir-,1"ift. 4. *'''IVI! (11. 11v tit~.
rvounhi.-Ii tiitt. (t r.
11rake% Iteabrrc--teI.
W1.1 3 iA V aR 1'i i rAk ''. ii -_1 I.'ll t 4I I
m ah l n i I I I-. 1 I i a k N h -i A l i l l 1 I I 1 4 1v
4'ar wfl %II h.lr i-' ;a sI
tia". Hp. hg.Itild r..I,-r.t,.IIua*dlaal

an~ttho-r idiltri-a ?fl'l'I.lie I-- I~ .\ rIl-i*4
TrarTL~l .%!I.Jal -t f I h I-
arond it.-nian iw .. Ta \ be, i ..i~I i I
In pursuit. a~aIal'' iti'. 'i
murdo'r diI!Mr. Vin-'..
Shiishet rg Ne-Arroi'sn'-ii k.
n~: ( Ar:1 .-A~t ih., A]
tanuilahac \r--on- 111.4 X,-IlWe-diitv lunorli-
ing nan-Ii r fr. iiiLib.it-t -iuntyn -at
to-litedt, rai-Ae a rip it. The negro dIrrw
at pi-.tfesil ,1 :ii..rmxite~ndent (Aih)lar. 0&l
Lar wa.%ti narnm.-4.hUit rani to his h-ouse
and prol1Inv-ul a A !unis~'~. Th* n*egro ran
aware. but fir-d tive timest at Mr. Collar.
(Jrllr cha-*ed him about a mile and lo-
tvited three romuds 4ofbird -.hotint rho
inegr4. tout he ee...-ape.d He at#..mpted
to get other tloropes into a general riot,
tout the- did Till! take any aitock in him
and i -i'itfail#d.
The Iron Market.
NF,% w .ev.. April 7-Dscsmn di
c oldlit il IIIof thit, ;n'ii awlmeInatal tratilf'-
The loomAg, 1- 5.lnv '-,ayAlimevent ott
$prent inmloo-ltan-im I-Vil"(N- mljletiolini
t i ii~vv.nsA in I iul ,111of iue-tern %ht-vt nilill-;
untder thilit, nillei(-f !hv'Amea.rican Sh.,(,t
'itE4 tin(ffimuiv i~iithe .Ap.Ilbo144ron and
the e(' imin- MIT" 11' owt-Iweful iln the ,.betw
104ii11 lnl'iri' A 1 iaitillt-iat feling pr.*
rail, aitmi hg h mrg.-t prohirl(inig intere-,.t
that with Thi- paxisii of the.- teattoit for

W11 Parto.- t he S't re-etts.
CiiLUmBv-. (ina., April 5.-Tb. city
c~bujacil ha- i-I tt'(l t# I- pc-nd *iOUOopay
Irng 4cit.- 1.1 whi f To.'nh ..trept and out
1thiwk of l'ir!.t aic-zti with vitzifitd brick

WASRJld:-TO%. April L.-After thf- dia.
yw'.itwili of molrninIg hil-tinesi Mr. Gelha.
;:or (fc %.fNw Ilamp-jbix" addrewod tAL
benat.t ill e -.ii' iiil ating QwzLy.

Fi 3DIiarv Reward.
Tliosp partio-z ruilty of breaking
-Ito sclofiIl building- ~Nils. 1. 40 ai d
di and mutil-itirw ,.:It, are- hert-b'v
notified that the reward ofelf $#utI.-ro d
tor the arr.-Q, avdunit oivjicti.,n tit ally
tonme for break tug i :t4i a schot-l built;-
aig or chtos 'I htiiidmIzg out- hotie.
'taitil holds good.


N I. CtK.


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Have YLur P.Ainting
and Paper Haning doe, by up-to-
date peopl.'. in an up-t-i-date styl-.
by patroniztng. J. E. l- & Co.. No.
11 N. Palaf,,x. Phone :1- 04f-tt
HARPER Wni-key i- liquid mu-
,ie. bottled poeItry. ripe'. mellow. r-
!rebhing an'J delicious.
?OLD BY
DlNNHIi:S It BRI()O.
|Pcla tol z, Fla.

A beautiful assortment of 50i .nd
c7 ceut. ,pr ,. .-.hair- at \,a Iit .

The nicest and emos' v'/l-
ish line of rugs and inmat-
tings ever exhibited in Pen-
sacola. at .larston 4
Finch's bi'fu rniture house.

Hanan Saioe. the late-t Sprin Z
-tylvs. ,at \W h:te's.


(C',.),ol;tte ('Cra':m; Mint Waifers.
It v-.a: de-al'-r I .- hnot gt thelin,. tell
!liil *," t, t thu -mi).
.i1'it rp(',.ive 2.'% Inlot dozrt. iof
1i:'! t>t tt'l..;t \V I lt>-' .

We are Sole Arenits For
Kav--r & Allmian '-. <'li.A-. M. N
It1l :"'- a tm 4c";e\'-l!:.ld W all 1'a,'rT
t '. I"i e \VW a ll :tp:a p i'l 'in
., .i.uplhe. J. FI. R A Co. No. 11
N. P.llaf.. '.one :;-'. 24f-tf

Iron, bedstca 1. are ('ol.
comr'ortalbe and durable-
just what yo( need for
summer use. Call at Mfars-
fon 4 Finch's andI select
one.


M-- Cohen, Friedman- Ce's ____
In 1*ere Itnot for hbamberI=' OFICES.
I lan Balm," writes Mr. W. H. SM-
pieton, Hermiote, Pa. "I have bee_
ARRT ,D. afflIcted with rheumatism for several
Rr .a .,inros., '... Hatck, Wilmington years and have tried remedies with- oohen, B& s WObe
t, w 0 KOer a &. out number, but Pain Balm is the -------
--- best medicine I have got hold of." -- ae toA 1s e
.*%A I TD. One application relieves the pain.----
Fr sri iurru n.Scott. Fiu-o' For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal- I NKAVI from ,ny tt,-
c"". hn.I 1: B ;,a.. I urct, ivan. at row s t e a? o. ai gray muy tte fe r tr r
tier bk Hensa-im. ltcl neider, Lisbon alOX street halter: reward for r-',rn .
_...*at i ik or V 14 dt'o.va I-.. .


4 %FA %1 1.
Hr q A rlington l.'i. Kntu I.'tti- Gulf
I r o fo :, ui(1 i witUII. wi~th %.I j 'uari; bales~
1!it-mm ti tmtcritrvalued at

AT QCARANTINK.
N, .~~ .H i re.Hmn'-. Cuha
I't hk *'a, la a N ift -. L,-.,%ichiallti-)'. AM-
au o rde-r

THE SRIEPLING.
*VKSIPIAL8 LNP0O91

Isr ,j pzio "'.&ui-. tu v,# r3Krx -.r 0.,
Fv -r~roiha...hi:. 1 N ew4ovt-. ti, W' S
-rti I Ia.. F. Eaibra'1.zi-, t'I.)W i- he'-

r 1h~. ",!:-f '1;i:. t toHa ,& ..I'J'T:& (I0

Ki I,.!' ;n(, >. PI t )G-_,1if Trati-at


MAR~KS.
INI AI z-!A1.0.-A.111. -I''-2.HrI.tt to.IWB It-r
-ot~ii 21. Pk':t.'IOI, I I tMr apd'
N. i..I.:,, tud. I -11tot-or4i-
It I) .- 4 11* Vij. :41. I .tra..-ai.Ion, !( ord,-p-
I -rz 1- 111-.'.1; .. 1 -.ru. U19-l o I" 'i-al .-. ou
lu ..% '' r Iu w-I
Itil'L'.u. 1 .IA r-II. t.) S kI..Y-e-
4.i--i is 4l u a
N It '1''r.ltit. 1..trJ utli to N.V .ita
1Lis iit, r I
hii'. I )-:-inl.7.1..7to, JohnsnL. Bi iacola.
I t-1 e It4 44
NrPiprf.-c.i,<. v 1.Lar-.-n. eld fIor ti~
it~t 11-ijiv--rit. 1.,10. Hozztouli lo-&%ci' brop'
Nor '114 IJ,id 4*81, Ilum.111toi'eL PtterliskD. iOWn-
I1i4 & IL4)
Nia..r M4afid.:'N. ~Ppt'r%#en. tol order
It'li en?... 16v7. itiord.-ftlI. cad for Moorm.'alIoo
_ALiti Vvdti.-L..7.o. Eitca.r, to Et E .imun-
i1-r- &441
It N'..-nvz718f,%4,5. Ferrari. cld. for I I-sbon
(icr Pily. 47.3. MIUnoo. to order
SC It, of 0 9i14 .
Am I lorone.v ( readich. 607,Leank, to J no
Ami.l iosm A Kavis'.. .Benson, to master
,%nokH jalimhr. s-u.i. Axs-l-ol. to niailer
lir J1ulia rKIjjzldwthI. '-,.Sweetizug.. to niab-
1jr Nlntt-.iI itiingI'l~. 1.Roberts, to ma',ter
TV. eLKAMEL AND ISAILLI) NOB 1'K
SAC (LA.

-'Ii iv- r'n'i'i. Hr. 17.12. Huh 5mitach I-

..,poo! N or. f I h i. i -sen. Iirin.toiby
\:ipi ?. *-I ,re.-roe~k NMrch i
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2-if o :. %,-,-: I tl,4'*4a -.'P I -.1
I'ItA.Ntr.. :1.4, k(t1I,,er March 1,1
o t!Iahl I. -wil. -; 1 kHulIlIJa n I
1.t. IA ~i)z .-I v.. rN or. w., 1, at .% itIwe rp
P:riir fs : ,I I sa
r':!I-; *U.uttii I:ti-. -id 1ino~corn a irc'l
it -F41. t tt-.,* -id 'dat-lIs -pt1:21. a-4aorp
No _j e-ar Fort R-)ysll
r.Nor. -al Prt..t.ti 11Ie'i
wt.-eflno t4a~ahiini. It. I :1r -Id (versoa
MIartchs
l~eflt ge-. .N or..7.:S. r .in luckttltwit Nlarth T
.I'ibatn Iri No~ .r -ill(t hri'.tianeiand Nov 10
.l.,bxi.l-. Nor. "2.1 ionobmhtrg Detc Iu
'441*: IIIMan4rg~reh.1, 5'Aid. sid Cap.' Town
.I Icho I B. I t. q dsd(;pufii na Mare h 4
%I Isk rvi iitI I. 'lid H milhu rg. N4ov
R~a-a..Iu-.k". 'il.1drIvn r t~arol--V-h.
Mothne A,.IIt ''.. N .411Mer=-t114-si March
'dvpa. tu~.. 'd La fi'stliae 4Wt'_1c ?2
lPion.-. .(r. Iii je lt- at Loindon %1arch 11

Rpso IirIs-ie 1. It. 1*1-j. qtId M.a r-el 14% Feb 2,
K*-hte. Da~n. 4414. at HhisshisJanl.2s
-t-1-6 tc It. vilet Lfa Psal. Nov 115
Vssilutn. Nor. .a Litta Mcb F)
%'I 'aicInhsi, Itotolsd MeeIad~ are.Pb :.N
Nobby S'pring Suilts for young men
at White's.
CIlewi nIn i., lndio% skirts and waist
ia~ one of our specialties. Stcar Latun-
Iry.

11till Hangs High.
(diswell- I bad hoiped that thee baick-
bweofi'o the wviuter was broken.
IDukane-Andi t isn't.
(;asvvel NO; net even tlime gostlso
boone.-Pl'ttsburg Clmronicle-Telograpla.


Beus thme ~T1hauKiM VimHats MapsBo,.&,~


fiet I tio-w H at fromn our 1(pletid I


.1larston Finch are
headiiuariters for ham-
mnocks. either fine or cheap.
Call and see their stock.


Co'irms, COrr.FYE; A Pronounced Success~=a*


Roasting a Specialty.
Have you. tried Swans'
Down four/ It is the whitest
and sweetest on the .meri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 24 pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Delatour's Ginger
.Ile; best Mineral Ulaters
oai the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
$.1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly RI.asted
('o/feex. '
.TAS. I'HUGH,

I holeh sale and Retail Otro-
cer. Phone 10-:.
Ev-'rvtltizi iii s.prinza uinl-rw-;ir at

If V4you want to -,o-wh,>tlier yv,'l
buy '!" -in-t-" oll o1f theI hai"d-'n -lt'
Htad cl, pq--t Hlgh--l'a-s \V'IalIut
KH- id-ro m Set- -ver *-xhibird tit-r.'.
,,I to .. Pry. ,'N I tr:;tin l1-urni
til'n? If tu-e.
wef wi!il laItin(d'-r ywir ,pradl- fr,
15 Celit- eia'i and rnake thtl I ,1),)k
like new Str Laurdry.

JNo refrigerator on 'the.
market can equal those sold(
by Marston "' Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.
GOING DOWN HIIIIL.
People suffering from kidney di--
eases feel a trradual but steady lo-s
of vitality. They should lose no
time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It is guaranteed. W. A. D'Alemn-
berte.
Your Credit is Good


For anything in our house. We havc
, large as~.ortmnent of Couch s. Bed
Lounge-. Toil-t sets and Bedroomi
Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 up.
0. M. PRY()OR'S
Bargain Furniture House.




Brittles surpass all other inake~-
peanut, coeoinu.tt, pop corn and wal-
nut.


CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
Signature of /

Our mi-ion i-s to cloth Men and
\ Iyvs, from lead to foot-White',?.

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


v Triporp-Ity APi 14-A r
HualdinK. Pulafox z
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....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.



Ir9 Our filliqiry Dbpartm rt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec-

tions we are Showing them in

Ladies', Misses' and Children's






OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT


Bristles with New and Modern

Styles in Ladies' Misses' and

Children's Footwear. See

Prices in Show Window.


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l'almf~ox:Pbon.-A 6,6
ANiwif. anro-o- h' 410 l.'.C12*
t:11 W.'oou Chie.. *Tr.'"t.
N ANTIK~i-All kinds of emptv *.~
VWhisky bottles. B. A. YMZKDUAN
nov~st
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ser Brea. t


u111n 1I'314'lr 1in H,,mir '.".'.. 11.t-


~fISSM KLIMEKCH I lVN Pr mii!
M &and i%:x(I.d*rwmIrtvu i t,,.%
it." fifth tI'rni in tbs .- 1'M
ner f Poil wtani(] lt*. k-
Itranct'oa J&1ek-on. T.'rfli,.$ *~..

A L F, AN 11FEMA 1, V M4 -11
pare-, for c.iol.-g. or htujm- %-J 1H
.I.'Il. princ-ipal. %ight t-ril b-.-





I'he*" vr-. I*~epr*I 'to eve-i.,


phone 'r tf
.4A V AI&Wl" R ES MAI 1 VT
IIeptirted Daeily few Tive %.-wm
Moeas. A. MXm
Kuo414 4.
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*F. E. BRA4 ZK ITNEKlb'ica-Mm -
so tebra,611 Wall t-I.L' n,
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SKl 0 -PlIPE hOUdSE!



i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR


Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dress Goods,

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


27T-inch Zephyr (Gingritml ,ir
price. .......... ......... ... 12'
:.-iicht Spring l',er ;tl'-. ,ir
price..........................
:;',-inch V ry sheer \Vhito L.aw:n.
our price....................... '
27-inch ('he-k N:itok. oir
price ............................
I1.-ivch 1e liit,4' :111l( Ci I d,

l'Ai i r................. ... ........,
,',.i-inchi Solid antdi \V';:;,.- lick.
o ur price ................ ....... 1
1 Yard-Wide St.a L.-dlad ('. ,t,
a t ..... ........... .... .... ... .


Remember the Place,


Calicoes


N N I'--


Doxncstics


AT THE OLD PRICE


No Advance:


I Yad. limde byi.-141i(lle B ('41h
While it lasts ..............
41 Iioc-4' Lates.t Calico at........ -1c
I HoIf:ivv. at .........1:',
r .at fd ....... ..........
.111-1t tci'.i ve~l a full line elf Skirt-&
i1 (1 i it '. z alt m lr prn-- are th.t .
I'art-.i- 4']I thtlffIlils Iela, at1
1 .7 11 (1 A 1.2.
k *t -- -1- -. ,11*-&.4 I
'tr-iv I H -!I air-: athI TA


Gulf Transit to.,

nlor evnefltdfleIP .1
alble for debts ciIw
the arow of, said veseesi.
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GENTS' FURNISHING

Z CLOTHING DEPA]


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.

YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE.

*COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*-
MAIL ORD)E-S FILLED) AT ON('I:.


f. z W. B. WRIGHT COfMPANY,


MANIN -A'(T :- i;EISl- ANI I 1.KI:.' S IN
LUMBER, LATHS,


SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLE--Kli-Drici laps
PENSACOILA. FLA.


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- :r- 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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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 6, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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 Related Items
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FENSACOL*, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 6, 1900.


vOL. 30.


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


AYLOR WILL NOT


OVE LIP THE FIGHT

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A BIG STrIKE:.

l v ,'tn ltevekopmeneitf Id'earetd a
(< reenwc-h.
H .E.W'lH. Conni.. April >-
,- Is much excitement Ihe-'re
pt,-ihle developments of a 1en-
.t, -'rike- of all the building trade-.
r'kr a< ntounce their i!ten-
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itl in of the autlioritie!s. i'ht-
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HORSES AND MULES

A carload of fine

Tennessee Horses and

Mules, for sa!e at the

Pensacola Livery Sta-
bles
GEO. W. TURTON. JE.





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LABOR TROUBLES IN


PITTSBURG DISTRICT


GORMAN TO MANAGE WILLMEETATMONTGOMERY PLUMBER IS ASAIN


DEWEY'S CAMPAIGN


President Dolan Issues Call iAdmiral's Tame to Go Before


For a Conference.


Democratic Convention.


MINERS ART2 IN WRONG BACKED BY EASTERN KEN


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Hist ( .andu;iia.- \'tit IDecided l) Wh-tnll'. .itl Otlih.ers So.llit' Tillsi A;o.
Prer'i;:ure Pullubielt3 1uy literfr'.
1VIfit liheir PLaiis.
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t' l.''. lil .2 l w .i1 >i" n ?t!;i mn' -l, vis -.oii.
i .rnit12 i l :rz> 1.v noi wi.h th*Ih
1ilr1 r111 h h4 'Ivh,'.. h wirh tthe driv.r-
lwl'i o>i'-ubi. hand wh,, acto'n hal li.
I. ,ij'll, i th' -top.a; tiof work."
).,1h1lu a it. I...iiun aiiiug the Piailnhandle
ii;,'T-r iir ran.-linig the. wtle taugle aud
as't ri'-uli lthll' l'ul hbv- returned to
o, ark at L .ulill'r 'if pi llt in .har distri''t
au th,.v are' again in full ,ip.-rution. To-
d.;y Pr..id.unt Dolan is attending me-t-
ing.. of I112> riv\r minii.r- in the fourth
p ,,l auai explaining th I, ludianapolis
j1r"' ianit. Tilt' -itun.iio,! is uimore sori-
*iI- I Ill f it riv ci' d.t(l 'i'!-t 1 iht ly 1pili
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I'tn I 11\ *,. tI il.l i ( uton( it iiir's.
t'. 4i:' i r, Apri. r Tli' .'u 'pi1
S..i-I nii tail 14('k a nl-w.V 1i i'il m1 wih i it
I... ;iain- k inown hatii \Vat.lhniait I ()'Briii
hli.l1 burri d Thil \va.- i- n'!ialnd to mean tlia'.t he it
f. jr..i thil c u t1ilt of la iting k'ept tl tf'd
era;n l ,11 ld tilg-r.
S '-I;al g. int 11 .-Af'-' of tihe troa-iry
l-ati i ni2 1- 111. .>-tigaitiln oll the
I T', lu li hin'. Thlitr liha-< li'i) a peur-i.at-
(.lt run,,,r that the inisp-mctor will rea'itn-
IiIi'nl i lin :.Ii-';;i:l* -m oval oIf ('oll Str\wairt ail D)iuty Os' ,riido.rf Mr -
Af t" l r',epF it will h slit to '0 ta bin li-
I. it \\.': ia l -tt rI. fro4t ll (iov.n'Tert'i Mc-
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Anll e(',ssional dose of li I'KL .
A.:-T iti',-ts keeppi the ay stent
ealtlihy, wards otT disease and li1iltin
tainl- strength aud energy. For ale
by Hainah Bros.

Our Men's Spring Clothing is up-
to-date in every way. Th'u Jnio.
White label wouldn't be o.i thiinm i
the-y weren't. White'-.

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1'e lht of f/itenIt l'ifnl'/ow
wiq'jf)ii, V i1ft tor /hem.
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('ro,-="tt's Young America ?:i shoes
fr vyoun.z men. the he-t shoe in the
world f-or the price, at White'..


Ma i ..'r c;"'?v "!iion w .r tila'2 ll
pla nldI'< at a seiei'- of '.."'f. r-i!-" -, hi '
principally iin Wa'haiiton.
A 1' ,: 1 .nn ';a. 22.-io' .
One ot f lt -e lIlt ski!e'",! p l 'W -..' ;ir2:
aitge'' inu tl D.-ni. c.:-.;l 1;'; ::v s '. :' 1I
to tak-.' 1 .;*.*" f 1 t. e it. ,\ i:;1 :i2 -.:, 1
con.spiino.a. had' r.s \Vi'i..;::. '. \\-'"
e'y, ()ai ,i'l S. l-:am nL -,i':i',l :: .
John R. M..ol' in Ii ard pli'ti,' tio ftt -' I <'i\> i 11. IL ,L I ,
e Th. "y ,'s '.. as .,l tl'f il .i' *it;u ri, :,
fulil they tw llf- ,r lic.-d val .,
invrc-Viea ilt c,,uld be ti ', ,*.- 'ull:. urr.
diF.reiitid the reports that ti hero of!
Meaula ttav womld rin for ,pr-siid,-t nil
der any circuinstaio S.
lAim-y prop)ei d to spring th- plau aud-
de v., *lot long tl'firar ti.' ak._eahliliug of
the teltui-m.ratic National (.on venti ion, iand
on the ware oft popular ,eu.'hujiasmi
which the anuouniemloent w'is 'exel'tevl
to arwftt, radeullated on swepiug aide
all ob.tairls anid iu.'ki!ng D.-'.v.y thet
party caudida rP.
Aamin il ) \'. a'v tallUn. illt't-iiln'itof bi-
candidatcv a' this tim'u \tii iNot :oriteill
pah l tIb ty il' ladr.s in thii at l:ovin nt.
rh-y lri'-rdedl A.itril HaS t,KI early. Tba:
the m ueittuuceilnet '!l sho tl! b' n-:d by
.Adliira:l L)DWv" ii 1o 13 i to 1iie p--
i.te-nit '.,plr't.s froli W'a'ihlluzr'ii t11 t t
r. .d r.. edM LD'-v l-y 'vu4ll /1 abrola) .
1'h6 latter 2uiu', tu ,' ir ii >'0l;:irlrd Iv
the adaiiral to, a\-b. l.--i alh,i,,lutely
%'i'thout f.uiKlhilI 1i. 11, i \i- ',1 rag'urd,.d
a ai ffl i'l.rt t (o' fierv-';l and '.ihi let '. k l it-
DJc wI y |l ot,!.*

Ti ',* ,xu('t 1wi'oil oi f .\A L:: i!al )D.w-
eV's tut ill..l i < UI. 'tit (ali.-0r"1' .iui for
s I-v4 i- \.'] .s. It xvltl w; ];'.rtd with
the 2 i2 ; 2 i ,'' i'e i12il i; al,'.al' ,.f .lthe ta't
It, ilt \ *,I:-le fit ti t;i ( hnl il l w il,' L.
wa on 'aill !,i. r i '.";iit l.itr to St. Aug.ti2i2e'.
l'a. i: "12 ; lintd o 1'out last nligii t tliat
D])m, *:"tic !,.adi<[ s, of th. rromiiitiin ol
th<,.- u: etit >ih ,l n.l,, ,,t1 l) a\ '- L,!
..,>li(.1 to, ;h.- pinlii2at'ii o.f Adiuiral
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t!( '. '. 'w thie rUa't ihil.atio'i. ThLV
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1) w'y inio thl. I io-tloii of ia t rit '',1l:uio
w -li.; t a tfai" a" -suI.' .... o$f c **. s..
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l v., frin i, i 1. ::i',.;i!r \\. il:1
w hi.- h ilill 'i -. iiir iun.. i ri-
i101lii0nl ',hv',.lit'll and w ill ,- inl ut
tiln' Inl i'.viwe\vdi inll r'gardi hlihis e'aiinidairv
flir ti' pi',..isie'lhixy. Admiral DI)e\ev said:
** 'i a.k liat' it I ha'v advi-i.f" with
'h 1 hitve-. Yiu ak wheth lir thiey ar' Reti-
Iu','i . a ln. or l 'niot Ylou A-s k wvlut party I expl'et to tIe uoni-
inated by. I shouldd think Pres.idtent
McKiill-y w(,uld I.e aioniiniited lv th
Repbliiralia piuTly. Y.1 a sk if I livte-
auy views a to tariff ibet. teel liitI 1oln0l-
try and Ptiirto Ricot. I have .strong
pinioiti I do I :ot
How .n we atrtolr o ti I ll -11i(ch1
highti rade Clothinir at siieh close
prices? Our a inwr i i- pirt- ;-iid .sirn-
plt-; mrsi i- a iodtern -tirtor, (pol-
.structed -trict Iy on ,ro',rI ,.-siv"
plan-1 <0lr hClothing, i- -old on l h.
sinalle-! iiir. in i of po i, i l, p.illinii
ll a ll ire' v 'illn *, 'if li-l-iiiHe--. The
mior- t'l t:i;!_.. w -f-11 tt '- ,,ter
,lir ;ipunchal ii.,: p.w. hle low-i
oiir pii('-- : thatii t' e 'i\ II i t iint
-h,.ll. \W iiiti -.

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K tx-\ '.Cir AIr'! .'. An a rmv of
n2n'i i, v'.V li>'ri -.t t r, ''.kl' :'. ; ik ,aw v. i
ttil,' s11u<,lli]l jt'ri2g a lflir: o?. I i',1,1 vIaiit n
hall. Ir( 1'itta r ,ir I,, li l.' ,i'tt't r.'L iit,
yl for id 1I niir itir ".;.t* ;.l *',, \'-\ l
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IDo not fail to read the adverti-e-
ment of TEETHINA in thi- paiP.r.
Douglas Shoes at White'-.


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,.r.r ti .i th,.r nur'n I! *;l "- IHti!,l.':: ani l
L: i;t:1 ;a' <.i.'!.tiim i.
T" o' ila'i itls in l h : 11 ; ,'- thir',
r.t'<";lio< -rs4. Mrs. M. C. Al ixand.. r o,1
"Te'-TI ,, '.. o -.v ,r ,of' 4 321 .h r. t "of sto,'k.
v',ii,.d li '.N.O.; \W S. Brall'hy o, f Vir
.'ir ,.t owil'.'ii If 1i >llarvi' valliilll lt *:i .41,
nl A. T '. lSpu'llin i oif Tixa;i', o -11'r olt
h nli -r,. v'il'.' It is x;-'-r,.'t that tho' )fTa !i'S 4f ti,'
.i--, i0.111i i 'rill l tw wonnd up w\%il l ai

IlnlmarkailIle Cure ofl lithetimaIi'.
K .N N %.. Jack-oin ICo., W. Vi.
Alh lit titre+ ypai;ii< a mgo my wife
haid aln attack of rthiuilliatiuitn which
n'otiiin-d tithr to lipr bed for ai month
:ilhi rtnder(le her uinahle to walk a
t.'p without as-i..taiice, iher liiiiha
.tw-iit -wolln1 toduble their normal
-iz-. Mr. S. M.:iddox insisted on ilmy
n-iia g ('Cl:.aiiberliin'- Plain BiBlin.
I piii a'!:;a.d a fifty v cent bottle aind
ti14 (l It -i'cortliaag to; the- directions
and th,- ni-xt morning -she walked to
hreakfiast without assi-1tance in iyll
iaitnu'ier, iiand -he haii not lhad ai - lar attack -incp -A. I. PA.On,' .-.
Far ':tlt by H.v>11;;1:! ltri,., 21 ioutltt
t'al::fox reet.
\w i;i,'1 Ouil 1) i",i.
R \ I \ Mi,,h.. A:,ril .' -Thi bu-i
ii<.-' p[) ltio2 i ol L ui-. viillia o wa-i d1.'rt ,i ,ed
by li:,, wi n li' sr rtart ,41,.111k frali aln 'xplosion oif ca. l gat, in
a sal ba a. A portion tof th, r"'.4idti'c.
sectionn al.- hurn-"d. The total loss i-
-".tiniat.,d at upward of a:;)J,(i,<. with
iuuiraila'," litht iin most ,'at.-.. Every
businh-a building u th- village. oxc.,;'
W\ llhamn P.iatt'rl-',,i- ;*nr l t,,r.- wa-

\Nortli .alal)uInII P'r'..hIyvterv.
Fi. lic\' 1-:. Ala.. April..2 T.i2 1' b"
tr 'y of Nrthl Ala- uiIiH will i' t in th i'
firstt Pr' next TuPsday a''v.nilig anil IrelualiU i
0.,. 1i4 twi fw a ilavr. "l'It*i orp'ilin i *raljiFi
will t,.' pbr,'22ihI'd hv t,.v Mr (Ir-'".r ,t
Bi rmuingthamu.
Hl1-Ia no<-A .nieriai i { 'onhgre-..
M \l' ii ,. A \:,ril .-, -- a s lt -,1 s l to th .
dnie,,l' :':t;: ,I1s wVh!' h attf,'e l fld th,. v:.1"


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TI) i'1 It-, .4: 00111IN 1% 1 IP1V
l';tk' I.:.x lti vl Htr, i '-f ...i..n- 1 aiblet%. All
Ir' .;; -'. f,:.(d t(h*- *r ,:.+." .f .t 'aSi4 to
*ir V-. g. <. riV.','s 2i.'n2ih iit > i,I t'Acb
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DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale a;
D'Alemberte's.


DEFEATED PY BOERS


His Cavalry Makes Two At-

tacks o: the Encai-y.


BRITISH HARD PRESSED

Left I' -l'rI leidtl otln I e1, ltl clllef (t'4.L
I ini ltr'i porite- \1 liorl.ih li i Maer.
king Froin tilhe illmlith llIer Vorce
irh r,;il t-lia I h 'fi, 1.. I ta hi.
I.-." > . I \. --,\ -pfial disi ut<-':
from L..ri.: i1ii ,.;t. /. V ha tifght-
li- 1 dt Api'ili 2 in the' n igihbtor-
ii ,-d ,. f M1:.' Ik:-. !. Ti t- ga.rri on miuade
ii -,r2 .. w\vil;>. ,.li,':i! i'lu i.,r'. 4iU valry
2 '.' ..t l4 th IBors a:t 1, 22llit; ill-t lim .
3Bolth attacks were rtn p'.Ii.
ID)er:r-hed x,,I! )h -If i;,er h-or-e. ntuiu-
bt trin;: ')0'i l .! .* '..f 2. lhIi\,' appii vre
ait .%:i l I p i r i-. T >.r ',thwiu'd uand
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S flit' c e(i'li a I- i> t ti .. lin.itol-
tinl. ;ln rhr ih ,l,it..tntcn -ihor awii ,l ail
(.*iirUl (Giahr r tl 1f,",-- r ,-msrttld tri
bf.;t'l., t te ii-.t .- t r If n !Ir It,- f.,s m -
iin tly d c'li,- tf< ,nll ,, i'.tiit, cihasia,
the- i3ti r b ltiahl. HI- i.-,. ,r '.-s,'ria hk
cavalry and tllra-pll-. an.iiL, f(ir th
for l r arl ani iV'!li'! t.
, Kxplual tious ha.v:i. ilir.-ct ,'rigin il
illt wKaifI,. US r4 LI w1v IA'IIl la(AWrtI. I
inio-tive are- that thr,' ihas Ill-eii a Ilac
of horw's for reiuount but nl-w horiw
are arriving by train l-iid-l hourly. The
pr,-ure ouu the r-ailrali. -s, gr'at lthlI
private ir *'r-*. have not l it-ni faorwairl d frouiCa"p
Tovwt for rahre,, We.k.s.
TLii o silnain in the F're Stmate re-
imm12i ., fir t',,'in 'ht-ir atuatd i. tulit s -
faclir y t .riri-h ,,l,-r\. rr.- The aiek.
tie-.- uiiin1 g Ihe i t r jri l-oei s at a -
11 r,1 i .ii t,0, in to i nilrI t.9tu at hMv
T Y a 11 1%.,i l r1'1 r1114 s-1il:. M iiz a p tl ia
ht'>, a i"i I:ti. ft m"' T i.i t the- .hur'tliamn .
\ !A .... thl. i'kiifa ;'', r. '1 ls it likely
thitt iiiitre pt :.s .r- :11 b e- m tit tfo SI.
tl,-'.'i-an. A .- i .- lrh f'll i tl i owu
darle'] \V. .li "laV ii' 2iilll2icv- the Itt ar-

'lvic '..I 'Ii h.kii v t ha-
M -,ior<.. ii I.;l:; >. h: -,1'iwarl. him
bro' *u t -. "I I l l'r.*. Th er,

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\ lil#r ao b n .r. .111.a t oi'r buhlh
i. :;, >i., 1:1. M ;i l< ;..i I." .,:n i til south.
I. I t;II\p Ap'il a-. The S hleilaiigs-
Z,:itun. ralort. that Herr Mahalulimea,.

(rniiii ,a ul ;iat a'yit Liondon. Capi
X,,l',:ijy. Ii.- I..,aii Nr, -sly iuuaulrttd lby


thi i. itiiiisa lein 0i)t. .aI-. : "If thib low
.'lhuihl pr' l> e hi i ,- rtit-. it .ili be inter-
i-rilln to w-it'h tile (iranliiy foreiu i
t i> *. ?ikt; autioii "
E WHEN TIIAI E.IN(I
Wlifthe-r on pibliia'ure bent or buit-
IIre-, take on every trip a bottle of
Sy "up of Fi e, as it acts mno.t pleas-
mntly and effectuially on the kidney.
liver, ;ii(d bowel-., preveitiung fever*.
fleaidache- and o lir .. For sale in f.i Celit bottle.s, by
,ill l-atding drugti-t-4. Manufiactslred
by the California Fig Myrup Co.
only.
SENATE BILL IS ACCEPTED.
Ilusi l epiabliii'us \\ill Nt O(lpplo
Puerto RKlan .lMea aare.
W-AnI'. ui,'..\ Airil :.- Tiat R(pubh-
'ai umtina''rs of tihb hou'i halv- tubtuia*
tially ngreed upon a proI,,rliii r Ilative ri
the Pu-rto Ri ua tariff ,ill. Their plas
1,- t cni.utr in the ., na't amueUetIDm
and thus aioid all dalayv nid I probai
involved in Ian attempt tio airead th
senatee provl!ftani.
The' mlauagers hav. a4,r,-,d that She
piltn to subs.titiu tha- house" lhill prov1i -
ing n ''xvil tiov-llie'nit for Pi.rtt Ricu
for thi. -,nate pi'. ions w'-u!d be- l-
poll'vb-. a. there ',a-w rally lilf dliffr-
.I ''.- i \ ,-'.*.ri* the' t, \ o.
Ili I ",ntralit Saiw'a'rdld.

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iil i l ', I' ii\p.ii 1i I,,1011 t l a lLatrite nUm-I
I f"r ,f lAngle' The '-.irrvli: o, ir of lt shi
r- nitr a't will r.llriiir*' n lirg. irr, iratei a
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900.


Cheese In Swi.s Pamiliep.
The social rank of a family in fwit.
zerland is estimated by the age of its
cheese, and the greater the respect due
to or tlie affection for a guest the older
is the cheese set before liixn. There
are in each pantry at least as many
cheeses as there are boys andl girls in
the family, for at tlie birth (of every
child a cheese is made.
It is first cut into on his or locr we'l-
dling day. o(in which festive o0're.siOn all
the guests partake of a pine' of tine
grooni's and the bride's c-heese in order
to secure for then all earthly thrift'
and happiness. The rest is served as
a token (of friendly souvenir and lheart-
felt mourning after the tomb lihs clos-
ied over his or her earthly career.
Moreover. when a Swiss youth falls


Rcsolentlon In l'iuinana.
WVA-;vvti~~,tt e5April .a,.It is- 5Iltfit-,t-4
that rthe .tre nnb-slt"' ii Iansita tire1 s. rik .us
and the authl~it'i, Ts art- beginssit, ~tite ,,
attenilti ittIto thwui. \tatl scrvhot',' hnIe



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In love and wishes to pay court to the ca-in-. del-th. He had ji- aittain ;
girl of his heart he goes to hlir father manhiul ;ind wia very pvii niinsZ If


3LW inO. pocia ,AL5coraxtm.


ESCAPED FROM JAIL.

THE CLEVER SCHEME THAT WAS
WORKL-UD BY CNE C?._OK.

MeCWantedt a e crtnim, Ilcoo. and lie-
4e.t It. Thilnet ai.P4 it.a U h-ltLe't tit-
dy. and lips 'IllMe.' rea'. d teto ic 3.--




~ionthe vetici'1.w'.,t:- nlcit
AMUy r'in~~-'icsa- tic' has %,-I

4-al-C of jul la-t i1i%'..1 \%I ...;n
an ac~eciti-heIt I.- i-t.. 'i h' a!. I ''.:c-
m~vex'r arr-e'-t.. ti it'I. o1tal~ il-

E)ne dny ii. uI 'i: a 'rof '~7
good HLt )iIItZ. '%%-t11eli'---c'el 0i111 'i reilci,



rahlgiour. :ra '1t a t' Z1ilTltp11' hacesisS.l
"We Picked i 151 1:I ''ZeO- aI'l' S.c tcgtlj-t n
er. roxt 'Moll~.ik etfMarit i< 'Pilz:'iICSi
F'rogre-is.' 1;7hi''' Sr-il! aetIr i t 4)f e'a*-ti -
uion., 'l'sc-y's 1'liets nt'htle' Pie eleii0C'':n1nil
atuong ot llc'lc'.4i 4lIainht. Sl 'ti vI
btcgfld sviolmnt'.- -:i;I4'-4 l ie' vi'e'id III

cold -opit-s. lentit1:1V e'znllt'r tcl'ld ime lie'
Would ikIe t~e'-l ilimit 11tn-in it)to iiiz lieitit-
.3r befoess-ClcsiiiI tin-he pirc-Iast'and -.4.-
lewcd to leave' a Iislad its steulrity'.
"llsat lwas :icrvc'a- It' tee1414'n. antd he
carried a nva *iv tih Ise' ha Next c!:iv 'he r'--
1turedanullI~rcinglit thst'c'c'icr fiasir
jrf the tI400%., U i::-. 1,01n 'flic' Friendic

iag1y liatt gi' c ii nv1i *,! r tit-- tellnc-,
The othier's- icpn.'jt~i ilfr. :andl I 1ie. vc'-
iso Pecn tiim aga~izUlu i111thaclayit)c
this.


a typicalt p ti 7.-lam t: -'Inl lite:1.1 t-1 Ida'
catme In on. fle' ;if! -n aatnd 'i.'inleeak-
log o eer fthe, rese;l V "lie-
ran a(-t's 5tho --,lt 't I ''iiIn) A- -

oethertrtF ,i!v. Ti i:ti,., t1!ieta% gr:i' t;i-
c-ation. Shle' l;'-kl -Iit on 'i a l. "ja.it.
It Was exa. I-.1 :. T>' S liz. iSa! :4 1. i t)


ft vreat troublee. I N',:!- L1:111if' --,'t I Iid
of tibe tiwtk :litI ~tLci h.. it lcrla
wo~uple.of claill r-.




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4of cureeti p*w ~lItaai'old Liily
w lwats ditth elante'~'.ii 1)4lir
stwerkl rvjw!t'c'fi- m"1.) Oe to tie .dt of I le
4dtcetlVe. bIax'l II it1tin: eer .3ci ctte of the
qum. The ftlgtifive.is nsupptisee to Iia'e"
softanan outhi)-liund 4-tvanler-at Rnay
saw be wm% never c-1atntit
"W'bt abe-nut my first t'usfttner. u.2e-
,youasAk? Oh. he uIt'.: undcunblediy the
pat w-ho planted the ~sawtq.--New 4Or-
1mm Times- Dbem tw ra t.


A CALL

F-'r Ininmcratic lrinaiaicEs and Con
vent Ion.
Re-..olvetd. That a convention of th lielp,-n
ocr-aiI it party of Eftcanbiaa county .*-ft. I I'1
he-it at koweltonl at '1 o'ctlotck noon ion the
14th day of April. 1*-. faor th purpo-e o
i-'le-I tllmt: t Ivt'e t -1 per ovi ll' to repr,-tenI
f-.cambinla county at thLie Ilrict CoI. Vo-i.
tiln tio)i notuinate candidate fcr C('enrre-.'
and for the ipurpoie of s'electi nha twelve i -'
perlonlS to represent E.-amhnbi county HIt
tlh,- tate t'Colive nation at such tlit le antlc
p nMeo'' t' may lie ti ed by the Mtiate andi Cion-
grr--siiniato lrem-iocratti"' oiinhte. and lo
SIt purpose of -electing a t.cauty E?.ecu-
t.v.' Co llniitt-e to hold until tllt'ir s *ce'-
.ol- hall oi -e lectetd lin lIt".
lie pre nnct- art e arnid -hatil It- en',it1 'd ti
the following iepnret.t-tatioll aIt -aid 'touiu-
tvy ( .ell'titoll :
So.. 1. Nl -* 1
No. .'. K upfrmIn'
No.;. M IllvI \ 1 ;
No. 4. Fe-ry n '-, 1 '-
No. o. HI iturt' I 1
No. 6. Po'tvltotil
a N 7, Ili s i'i tr i i
Noa. '. ilral ir,-'I
N o '.. iHlu lT ,i or:1p ,n -'
No. Ill. ',t ani A HtIalii'.'I' JI
So. 11, WHillUt Hill 1
NoP. li. 'Pen-n.el'a I-
N% 4 .1. 1i tp,-i;atuc i .
No. I, l'e-n 'tc lt .t. ; ,
No. I.-. I'enl colt I ;
No. Ito. V'*n-villti 1
Nto. 17, ltre-nit'- 1
No. 1., .McllavIlI 1
No. I, '. M ltinno
No .'!l. I lollittton 1
iln tI ihe puroo-e of -!ectt ing de.lt**- t nt r troo i
lti st t'.-veral prec'Ilnct's a" abov., tt-t )rilth int for thlie purpo' of noninatingi two') cinai-
dates tor I te House of Kepretentnttlv'-. for
I lihe ptrpoe- ofe nominiatiiga a itanllhltele for
tlheriff. na candidate for Clerk of Circuit
tourt, a candidilate for Tax Colector. it can-
didltte lor Tx.\ A--e-.or. a caudtit,"- -tr
'1 re-a-urer. a candidate for county J udlze-. n
Ca ididatle for t uperintende-t o(f 'Vuli, I ni-
st auction, a canilditdate for C'ounty urv-eyor.
a (ca- ddalt for Clerk of C criminal i ut.rt. a
can1did lte for Justice cOf P-ace' and a Co'in-
tliit e! tior .eecoiid Il' iNtrict. I 'itllidat-' for
J.t-'' ,'"a f P'eae. for I"- ift In I, strict. catli-
didltsl,'- for three +ninsllh-ri ot uitn llt ( ihol
Bioardi. M primary election of tihe ,oa-tno-
cretlic \oe!rs otf h. citalhtia county s hail tbe
lIoaldenI he.'twe'r th.l i)turn Ocr f .11la. in. and
6:4.5lp. Ill on Tluedaiy. the lioth iniv oaf Alpril.
li. 1, ( il1t tor th, pur po .' of ca iidut' lini. saidl
*e'- 'I i-tIn thel fte Iowns nll llspecto,' anitI i.-rkqi
I| ieliotiLl ;ire .i rei y sele'ctted ltld up-
pointe-d:
t'rvln.ctN So. 1-Chas-. Andrew'-,' Nti (.a..
W I. -ll. llinspect-tor ; Artrclilie iilttiu.
cl-rk.
P'recinlc't No .'--A-' i rav' Y. I oi-D)iur iclI',
.iBIII.' 4 <. lt\' i' .llt.'*-c'tc -; T .. M 't l IIt.
t.e Ik.
Prr'inict No.:;-Frat:kl Sualtz-7. I1. P. Wl.-
lialtn ,..ldll I',-.I .lli-,ectl -t I. ii ) ,lz:l:s .
N 4lW i k.
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*:'.:>. at d lh;' iCitt itiilt tfe-. -iiali iSlit-t aIt t:Li
* Il.'- ,ft'!tle t'n lnit y jutitt e- i1 the' ('lT"t e t
of Ar ii. ;.e"a. at |ll t'f tlIne anld ple te Sit'
-1Mll eet'enve' ;-!urrll. e'i.\lpe- 11th Siinit'
an'1 aiinint;t in",' thi- ne--tliS teof ,iid pc niiiary
elet-'Ion, atid lih.' il-.peclisi- ihovt e -i'. tit e
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i11 e' heual it' to ."** d shall be pitted( on
Slain a h:t' pap. r. :icd .iall hal e no dit.-
It ia thel int:iineti-nm of the values ; Lguiblhig niasrkI I -. PAI.r
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and asks permission to share the fami-
ly dinner next Sunday. This is al-
ways granted if he is respectable, for
It would be considered a deadly insult
to refuse. The anxious question in his
mind is. "Will papa bring out the
cheese?"
Papa does not usually hurry to re-
lieve his fears,. having the family dic-
nity In mind and wishing to proce'dl
w'th due deliberation. If lie is inmli,' satisfied with the suitor, he :it length
rises from his seat. gos solem.nl'l.V to
thlie cupboard. takes down the oldestt
piece of (ches.,. splits It andt in hds a
pie <' to the youth and one to tile i;naid-
I. :nl1 from the mientlltl tihey have
tast.ed it they are Isetrothed.



POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.

For iteprenntvative.
I hetreby announce myself ais caltrddatf-
fir, l p ei)r.'IVitntive f (if calintlm it C C unty.
Florld l tin the- lti slatl ure, butlj,-ct It tht-
de.nuoeratic priimarles.
C. MeeN1 (liN.F'S.


For lReprew'-t ativ e.
I hre.by annouinCe y*-eif at- a iei.ldildat i
for Representative;f l-'.stscurnmi Cottll 11 n
tinha.-e I- ilature., subject to the Iwmonrittlc
i'mii it t '-s.
jI. 1IMM v'r \ 144.vF.
For Sheriff
I t'-r'I)v annlounc" myself aFI a candidiJt-
ftr s-h-rilT of r.? tnil bia ouiint%. land rl-
-,cnc tiilly t-sk bthe support of my fiielnl!
ill voterr. if the' cotlni If elet'ct.ld I iIIf
(il-flhtl n lhi t he- 11.l of[ ecf ll o- lii't tllri.t ll l'ly
fanirl.y and iunpartially.
W. H. HIr rt- III\t,4oN.
For Sheliffl.
I herebhy' announce rnv'e+ilf Ht a can(didate-
fer r"-4-le-eltion to the otlct of 'hetrifT oaf Es-
iatinbia county. Florida. aind ,olcit the ,utf-
fraiges aud Interest of all my frl-iinds.
GKOKO- E. rMITH.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
eIlection. J. C. VANIPEa.T.
For Clerk of the COrcuit 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. MCMILLAN.
For Circuit Cletk
I announce my candidacy for ('lerk of tlih
CircuIt Court of EJ.rannbita county. uiil)j-ct
to tUhe action of the ensuing Ih'linee'riatic
primaries. KIt. L. I A NI I.t..
For Circuit CI rk.
''o thet Voters of Escalinbia I otin :
I Ih'rabv an noUnice- ive-lf a It riildat e foi
the offlie, of clerk of lithe circuit c rt oit
-E fenil ia county and \ill lee pl>a-ed ;o
have' tht support of lily friend- Iand lIhe
voter- g nit-rrlly. .1i1Nll I i. I.x Hi A.
For Tax OClletror.
I hrebhv announep mnytelf n- a ndd;(lite-
for re-election aI Taxi t olector oIf F'ran.-
lila county. and ask thie support of nI%
friends and voters generally.
A. H. I'AI.EM iHT Riv.
ltor Ta x Cnllectr...
The IniSn y friiientl of J iudj e *'. P. I','i'-'
havnig, o'itallied l co111 iiseit hlnei. ;i-
iim4na"r1 1 im as aen nidt l ate' filar Taux < o.: I( ti
of ET-'-ni nibli county iat thie i'lllIrl j l *'I" itnll
MA N 1 E \ A,,,
For Tax A.SeeseI r.
I ht I' hy annoitIinc ni.-l nIt- a c'tnit!,dat
Itlt 1t tot- l I1 oe < i of lof iI I * lo r!. -. I r It'-cle'd I I )- I t(o e i II t 1 i- o.1
ilitt ell' or if 1 H" plit II,'- In i .: .'., ii\
titiYI In It v rv detail as ilf t- l,;-n I ;.>


1'or 4l lit) Il >ti *e-r.
I nI linitilil'e In .. '. f t s at It 'i ll. l '' T''n
tl f fic'." o f t unt i ''Trlan-mi r. er ', t,
S '." :ntil.iit of th,' delo'i rili It' pr;ir iit; > v.11h.
t-K thlie pportt of in frietdu-.
WI ..I.I. AM 1 ". A1 t .I:-.A.
i-' ir ('tonriy 'T rea an no'r.

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11-1or 4.11r-mniier-rchilool MIaaad.
N'wicI rigresto thn- uio rviue-at of frzcndla
I taivo- d-'c'itll 7.t,-attain b.'-c-a me-a a -nlndidit.-
!or nil-nih1-r' af the- '.ehoe 'I hoisrd of I'>e'amtIi
couinty.:;hj c~t to tnLe' act ion of! thed- '-ine,.

FoirlMe~mber P'chineil BKarit.
'The frte-nd. of M.R. J. I'. ST6WA1II Scof Wal-
'Itt H iI. ut'. ing t-t'uro-d hj. conf--nt,
net'rei".yannimcintev'hIst n.andidltc' for uem-I-
'te'r of t ho- E'-eamihia County.' school Houtr(;
!.,r the-Tintn thl-rn nI'rict'. s'nAhicet to th, Fa..
ili fIII- (etlomoratic' primarie-..
Vocr Tax Aiwtawsar.


was a brothr'it Mr. Williamn Pulli;a
of thi e .ity.
l"irg 'irc In lla.i-n.
.M31ct. April .c'.-A ,l,,-ru'ctiv. fir.'
visit'-d South Mac 'in .airly this morningg.
It stairt'd al lut I ,'i,'i k. S.'.vcral re -i-
it lnc"' wt'tre biurilr S Hni' litnll'S wv r
il-nurd. \ w1hil r, r wr,, irn t. Th.,
,)riLin i tf tfir. anil ti4.;11 it ,f 1ci .',- n
knownii.
\Villi,an It. olo'e D)edl.
A'I: A\TA. April I.Wi\liamn .w.
one', f the! le sta*a' HIndnl Iie o)t" A'!]tllnt;'AII' i -i IC .--
ful l -iii'": IItn'i. l 'i \W 'tilni'-ilatv ;ftf 'r-
noI on at 4 1 i l at k- ;at lii- r-rid,,iI I !;I


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.
.Niw YoRK Apri! 5 orip CLOSR
January ............. .'. ... 7.
February _.. ... '' "I .... 7 9
Marca......... -" OJ
April .. '
WM ay .. ................. 4 .17 .... 4 ,:;
June. . ............ .. i :7 .... 9
J uly . . 1.4 . '.4
A ugust...... .......... .... i
Septem tn r ... 6 .... S 3'.
October .... .. . S i
November ...... 7 '. ... : '4
Dccemer.!v ;1 . 7 94
S ot cotton ', ,ei *,'' i t m ilIllm -Z tip-
land" 9 II-.-:; in.u.ililtni : lt i lf 5 :e.
GRAIN AND PALOVISIGNS.
CHICAGO. .'.pI.1 ) OPEM CLOSE
WIHEAT- \;:1.. ... t6,.,
WaV AT-Mav l .''?', .... 67
W\VHAT-.Juir .. .... 6 .
\\' E A i" -:t-'L"et lI t1 r . I,.'' .
L ORN- .A ri....... 41.
CORN-May... 4; .... 4 .
IORN-JIuly ...I 4;,
CORN-`.;epte nmier 4- .
OATS- Aprill .... ... '
OATS-May .......-.. --.- .-- ....
UATS-JlY .... 1.
k'ORK- -t A r. .. .... 1 .;<
POBI-a May ..... .... i i .... 12 '.2
KK-Jlv... ..... 12

LARD-.-Ma ............c 0 .... 6 70
K ils- tpril ....6 97'
tirBS- .M1 v. (3 ',-2' ... 6 .;7-,
tlBs-Jmuv .... ......6 8'
NAVAL STORE .
S %\ ,\v Ni. -\nril .t Spirit- tuirpen
time tirn at 5:; receipts,. : sales '21':
exports 1tl Rosin iltPi alo nolDal; tme
slnimt |tllei. loA". tirmii receipts I <.-,
mal-e : 321 .l \ ')jrts ;P.' Q-,,te- .\. It -
D. $1 4-, E. $K .Go: IF $.>A (;. l.,O If.
$.,v : I. $1.t K. $*'2.'2- M. '.'.$ N. $N.'.
windowiala', $3.G : waterwhite U.)0.
\'LMI-lNlVN. N. (.. April --Spiint-
t1irpeltine steady at '', 4; r'rei:ots N.
RHoin steady *and iiiichniiced. receipt,
''57. Crude turpenriue -tea'ly aind utin
changed: receipts 1;.1 Tar firm at $1 2.
receipts ;:3.

N',,ve-tijp itt M[f' J.welr ;:,t
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IP pporti'ilinI ( 'r-I j \If \';f.N.' !I! ;if-
tIaI ,l lIii' dai xnty. .\-k \e.i, to l.,. '
to It Iti iii.

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


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Place For Pensacoia

Buyers to Buy


for Infants and Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the .i ,.
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and hlas e en ImIae uniedvr 1i
personal sulwrvision for over :;O years. Allow 1i)o 9,..
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Irnitations .,,,
*Just-as-gommd are but Experiment<, and endtanir t!e,.
health of Children-Experience against s.xperinwrut.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of







In Use For Over 30 Years.
cChasNCeM Hcomane. Turnercr




ZHS Tuner,


*.ARCHITECT -


-AND-


General Contractor.


li ildli: i ".d .1:: a- :. M at'tl 5 d (i.-at*. S- ttt~ i ..-. P i''nin ,.:. :
a11d (;j- F-i; t|..

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.

fI \ -'' e I- i-'n-. Iettiln:tt,-. PI':I- :in.l S;t-t'ii.,'i. - -
i11;- ,,1 .\li rl ~. 'l tr,-.i r. ,d t ,i n .4-: ,,rt N *.\ ','.
I r '.\ I. i-..,, ;|:l f (':r,-fully '*..,**.' i, S to .k ,,f .1,":.. 1 f ,,,
I'!in of \ ll K i 1; It i T lr ("..-. ; H i t \ ;
Ilit \V.tt-r :iinl ( 6- rixtle--.


:: Telephone No. 345


--THE





Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


JOHN F. PFFIFFRH.


AS.-T. ('AsSI :


DIRECTORS:

Oif F. F ~lnI--& C
K. J. NVHII'M I It E, JOlt F. PFEIFFER,
i.. Hii~rON (I REEN.


RIX M.


MORRI~S BEA i.


A General Banking Busine.'s Transurted.


'eswi' Afcounts Handled on Favorable Terms, iEx.

Chance lBought and Sold, Colleetions
h'romnptly Attended To.


.A ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


The Star Laundry.,



PINfl[?| i)r 8MU Tf 1181[ If|ll l


Our Address
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A LLJ WORK C. 0. DJ.

N Z114. 37 E. GARDEN S
~.~t5)J4dI~~)FOR. AND DELIVERED FRF.:-?v
V~f.!rjXERLINGRAHIAM, anagor


FsTABLISHA') 1863.


ChoiceFamily McKENZIE OERTING & CO..


GROCERIES


-I- AT-


The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


.- --, t o.
HE 12Z & -12 C


Q-120-122-^t


0 .. DCALK"J IN w


Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.

e03 .A NOs605 s. PALAI'OX T.EErT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINGO'S 9. 4- <
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUTBEL &HON'S pt'MF'-

catl Seirage, F alpts. Sill. luntical lstri ta, SIarts, echors, 0141
COMPAR*KE. WG. TC.
C McKernzie Orrtin ('.lAiectin. Agent for Bar Pilotr Be':-v
citation.

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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


a K E S J 1 FN T.

VICE- PRESI DENT.


IE ER;iY I mo01









THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900 8


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NEAL ASKS CHANGE OF VENUE
(Case of C'arollna's Defaulting Penitel-
tiary .superintendent.
CO)AMBIA, S. C., April ).-Counqel i
for W. A. N.-al wi.l. ,on MolIday cnxt, I


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l+ ii ,; .i on'. ', ol :| s-Tn'" ot il,' -i ',t-
,t :1 v,:w,- 40 111 1j -4 t-
111 !. % e r % 11 ]:. v i h o
a 1 o ;:i l .. .. : !'] ..: o ii nlI it of s' \ lh t
iron, \\ ".;,;:i th.- <,( ln !lit i \t, l\ s aa
. '-, w rolh1 q : V%>i :,' c1-1 'ir 1h< 4 ll a-
terial to tih. i;i;,-t, etn,] of the- conduit.
wthere- it falls- i t-ilt le-It cenvtyer- and
it ca"rr'fil :i tA :i The' ni:'-hlin, is otp-
erat-.I t hr y "t' -nigin.-s.-l' iila ellchib
Prt.-,-..

1:ulea fo-" Lent.
All the faithful who have (enm-
ple-ted their twenty-first year antl
who have not )btogni their sixtieth
ye-ar. anHd ihoare not exempted fr ti n
the obligation of fasting by sickness.
Ia-i work .r other w II known ro"a-
-ol,-. re obli.-d to fast on all thi'
da v-i t I .-nt. t.xcept Sundayv.
On tios- day.v but one full meal i-
ill-,.-td., which -.hould not be taken
h fore non11.
('u-to(ml allow- a cup of coffee. tea
or tutIti cht-eolate. and a sill ill piece
,of b)rad ,r a crack. r. to be take in
tt.he Iorninig : and in the i .evenitiw. :1
t',I ti'nt. Io"t exct-e'- ing the fouI t'i
part o)f an ior'din:ary ini-al. is allowed.
At tin- collat iIn. i butter. ch,-s .
11:ilk. t-izg- ;antd :ll kinds of fruit.
ti-' an:d v-.o-ta:hl-. are allowi-d.
\\! t tthe p| Illl(i;'ll Il itea tlnilot
w 1I! ,I>I I."v,'O ilicoln plie liti P i t-e
t:;ak i at noin, ti it is permtlssihll to
:0k"- tt.,# C ll.ition inll th.- Inio inlll
jti. I ih r dinnt4er itn the eveiin g
.; 1h-t litIeIn' :ln' thie I-e of tflo-h
i- :i ind in all the Wvdilt-day.-
.int I i lt;i;v- ,cf L,-nt a d onl the S .t-
utidav oif Jjiihtl \\'e-k a'd ion Holy
I't -,- ,, lird i- allowed iin cook
I 1-l' ,nd tl'-h :i noIt allowed at
1*1- t 1in1- Iii-:l. 1v.In on Suind:ays.
1 .'.z- i'...--e. tirilk miid butt-r nia:y
I.,. \:-, r1vc-ry d:ay. but albstinetnce-
' II all sfit thl -'- i r-tcoui.elllilde d ont
I.. .d F:'iday.
i',-rson.- x-Illpted froll thie otbli-
2'ti,,i, oli las-tit.g are tnot bound 'h-
tie' re-ttiction of using meat but
onice, a dlay on the days in which the-
ult- *! tieat i-p'miniitted Iey dispel)n-
S'r.ildro.n ,iver pset-vn years of agv.
iit.- h'iund by the law of abstinence.
::l .*-. \-xcu.ed by -ickine-s or other
t all--.
T'I!it paschal time. ill which all
C(':t~olics wiho have Coitle to the
\t ; ,f di-cretion are bound to re-
' ive lioly communllio: worthily. ex-
tetid- from the first Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. itnclusive. Chil-
drei ovelr seven years of age are
hontnd b t1 tf precept of annual con-
fte-i i.ui. Pastors and parents should
-se th 'it tthe cluildlen comply withll)
t,:i- duty.
'I't e itly season of Lent is a time
ol priver. to sorrow for sin, of seclu-
-itll tfrom the world and it-s atnuse-
ini-titt. and of generous alinsgiving
1t. a special indult granted to the
hi-hi,,pe of the I' united States for tenl
vear-. dating from Mar.rh 15, IS.,
wi rki ng people, who cannot easily-
..hierve the common law of the
church'. are dispensed from the ob-
lIia:ttion of ab-tinet-nce on all days of
tl v- ear (ex(-'pt Fridays. Ash
\Vedi,'-day. Hoily Week and Christ-
mn11- lFv,. This dipqensation does.
iint e\,-nmpt from the additional tihl-
li'ation l i f f:t-tin,. ',wheirt -iuch i x-
l-t-. 1ti d- i )es it :aithl rizo. tIle ti oif
ti-th :liand ti -l :tt th ie ill l'e tl al. It
i. s*lidI -. Iitw1-v,-r. no It ,nly the indl-
vit .l o'kta t tit i> l ,'n I-e fav',i r it ie -
i atit, li. t alt lhr all e ti etI ri) of th, -ir
; NlI : wt 11. In return it i- e'x-
; i', hi t .l: -t tl .r w t, 1 i -tV;ll ti ll-l-
-.,:v I 1 t 1- l:i !ult W ill eld,';Vor too
I Illto t -I'llt of ,l a I hol, i :e
.,n e !.* ent hy v.luittary aets of enor-
tti> J i'.io, ; 1: t1 1 1t and aw llm-rivinis A
g,. -t ,r tl-,w ,i tl y <"tll a.to ell 1- th';a of
.,s,-tatiniiii- Jurii.: l. lwit-. h n hoe d e r lof t p,- -.a r, d tlir-t ol
,ti: n2t\ I.ef S, I *.
*|' .,,- w ':, iit'; t: i,. :in y r -;.<,,!i I-
!., >', J : !>; t '' n t i !:h ir o bli g at,) l, -.t. t.,
f -t ,r ii l'-t.-ti t;2: .t T,, a p ;,ly "'
. ,- , ; ., ,I : or ,'o:f,---,,r for .,.lv :C.<
:,\ A .\ I, I. A I.I.EN.
lI;;-op ot M,.1...b.


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RntIz u1 :;"'-' or cal at tE. office.
.1 North Palafox street. wl.en in
|@ed ofa carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
Bu nne-, Agent of the Carpenter's.
And Joihers' I'nion. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. D25tf


I~IlVA. a ji'a,Im t -mrnu'fi r this
'eluiitv. f.] iip -~-rmtir-i.dtleilt of ifo
ponit~uii.x. i, L- iiti~.-*. I i..rb- hr-avi hof
tr-'u au' ti-utiio z'',A !-r!.t. RDi-edatit'


In ill, alti'lavil'nN all..'aji'l rhaan jim-
patrtial tI i .iioll l 1.)rI,-t bI uhi-re, be--
caU-i ~ lr'Uif -:a -ltrj,'-'.printed ili
the Citv P)ILIA 1-1. 1'. r :-ix r 1-iklht tiiotth-..
and rl iui mi if '-.1 t Ii-;ti---t:usnv hb-f:rv

la N ple-j.xiinirrA i ina. iowr toflaw, but


IIIAk*-uta :it .I Vi I TnI- aaE.rIr U


i


Duffy s Z

Pure

Malt \/
S *'"tl"I Oil.
The World's Famous
Medicinal Whiskey

I LI 1 1 .' : l ,.. i ; .l, i .i 1 ; 1 ,
ll :. .
'FY MALT Y .. MAol.yr e .

The Original Lyre.


Medical 8o0e69-. At"" on. 4-GOLAY--
There will be a regular meeting of .
the Pensaccw Medical Society at Grist and Corn eal ill I
the Board of Health office at F
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24. 1 F. GOiZAIUEZ & CO., Props,
Visiting physicians are cordially
invited t,) attend. Maanfactu;.rs
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.. CHOICE MEAL AND PRI l' GROUND
SPreident .,......


F.-


~41


Patronizi4 Horn.' Ir,.Ii.try. for there to
ever v oasn ou -houLId thi.vy Vot: r M.6ft SO&
mtoe.k Feed from the' Homexi Manufacturer.
for Vy %i- odiii iav v.ou om.' i'i -- .home IaudU*-
t ry. Y ou n taiiey:, left I1,l the e.oMflmISaIV
lind v'ui n trniart' adi'.tt- V bqneAged.
In f-t.ertaz rh- home innmu.eaci~turer you
ei iut r i Iut!- to t he cau%te of In bor. You w *
,,t to tho conlimunity in which you live and
which Vollf -.h-mt-. to voirsuptort.


Baby

The fifty-cent size is just
right for the baby. A little
of it in the bottle three or
four times a day will supply
precisely the fat all thin ba-
bies need. If your baby does
not gain in weight as fast as
you would like, try


Scott's Emulsion
The result will please you. If
the baby nurses, the mother
should take the emulsion.
It makes the baby's food
ri. cr and more abundant;
or.!y buy the do'lar size it's
rmGrz econOmical.
Both riother and child will kel at.
once its strengthening. upbuildin:
and fat-producing properlics.


E. F. BRFCE, M. D..
iS-cretary. 25mt

lean the R e Kin You Have Alys B-
".uturn

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

WEIKL L" eCIIEDULIE
VltO STEAM DIVISION
tNSA ( <:.A l LM7.CT;1IC TI-.lMLNA
RAILWAY COMPANY.
T-avlm lH'ave Punsfacola for th I.lttIt
3avyu. aeiiricto Hfioea'. % arringion. Nav,
Yaitt iiaid iFo'r: t-"rranca- at
1:';kit. ri. ar:! ,I at fort ai rawicat 7: & a.ID
l.,i n. arrive at Fort Harra'n Ias 1 4 a.n'
nI .m. arrive v-at Flort arrancls !:' it,w
l> p i1. itrrl' .'.4 mn rt l ;arri;:.-n- 4: 1.,' p in

4: p. p. arr;.v;.ia Fort Barran;.'as 7:1 rp m1
i"i nii arriv at Fort Harranicitsn *:4 p m"
Tra as lt-ave F'ort Karranca tfor Peim.a-
7,. m. arivrev' at Peni-aola ..... 4:15 a. w
11 tp n. i --tr' ki at Pt'i.-scosa........ 11:46 p.n
l:it p. mn. ,rrive' at l .-aei ,la ..... .':4:. .n'
In II ri;v,- :it t ',-l rti('ol 7 .- p m
7:0; p. m1. arr:vt t6 P.;'sicolt.. .... 7:4.- p I-
't:4- p in. arrive at enhacoia ......... bi;sup.i
*.- Iu I,.ay only
IIt. e-T- c:t c l'.t, !- .
S1 NDAY CHKDUPE.
Le'ave 'Penscaols. Lv Fort arramoaa
a. m. 10 a. M.
11a.m. 12 .
p.m. p.m.
m : p. m.
8p. m P. m.
4p, m 6 p M.
5 p. m. p.m.
FAR FrOR WKEK DAYT.
Pensacolt. to Fort Barrancaa and return 46c
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ..... Ma
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return lhe
FAUX PoK GUUUDAT
tenssoo.a to Mrt Barrano"a Navy
e ard and return ........... ..............
Peneoola to Palmetto Babh and
re u .. lie
No freight received after -16 oa. m.
a*tit*tittAtt*AA*AAA*Aft


The I'orest of Fontaineblean.
"V" s;. lit ii;, i ni, -ilt in larbizon.
|ril a ,:.,1,olA y i1 ll ;inln set e tT ill the
,I. i:iX l t" ouriI Ih.-rlisiii ifliknd'ls for the
tow i n f I, ititaili' Nh.iill. lying at the,
,lt ,n f l s|:ii:tre miiile's of forest."
vri:- a l ;i: l I i'ri:: i':iris ti o ho I.adit.-'
11,:ne .l" Ir.l: "It is niver wvild. never
ll -i. :, o s. i l' :-">t tlfal t llltllsa.'ls
of : ;till'-t.- lha .- I\,,\ i paint. llit it is
:lin :a l gr:1no l auIII ll'ver" tfditonls.
I',r ti*; tioirs we waniilhred over
pl ii ,* \ 'Nl \ ith tiitwtrii oakS.
aiii';. "'iky g,,'r,' il.'r, ':i,-,.' lal 1t. .i-l--li,- rise. ;a eli thruulu i
nil,'-s ..f fragrnnt. :1i1t pin Aw. Au, l
x i*Vry\.lre ri-, taith- iry ferns a ind
pllrple li4eail h r.
"'IlTher is ii,.t tlit sli: ht(st cliance of
lisiiig ois way. E'v-ry square inchl
of lihe forest lia:l. tin maIpped out, and
at thie lntcrsect i'n of t-Vt'ry two ave-
niwus a r(4l h:1iil points to tihe town.
and a I leu hand indlicates the direc-
tion of one of the 'sights.' And Fon-
tainebleu? We saw only the palace, a
bewildering maze of magnificent
rooms. Everywhere there was rich-
ness. everywhere wonderful frescoes.
wonderful stairways, wonderful tapes-
try. wonderful Inlaid furniture. The
grandeur Is oppressive, and we were
glad to get out into the park. to wan
der about in the d fTerent courts."

A "Pralctlal" Joke.
An IrishlilIan tlok a contract to dig
a ptblic well. W\Vlnn Ihi had dug about
"' f'eet di,\wn. lh 'ilaii' (Ione morning
anid I'oiind it .a',-d ln tilled at'rly to
11..- til .
I'Pat lil.'l 'a* '.t:it;sly i. und and saw
tlhat Ii I)'.w '.as Inar'. thn't took off hIis
I.I :t Il cot.ilt aiil i tlnig llh('em on the
win ii llf era llilt, ni, some bushes
fnil w;aitril e.-\'llns. In a short tillit'
till citiz'-.ls il; ri that the wiq-l
l:Iaul eav.iel in. anrd. .'einlg l't's hit antI
ii't:l 0 4l : li winllb tlh y slippos dl hit,
w\as :1 t!In- lI.I i, rf litw ,*Xt'avationl.
i ;1i I 'r\\" liiirc.- of brisk dligging
< ].';r.-| Ithr loose ';-tl. froll then well.
.Ji'lt ::s trl,' e:ig r (cilizilis lhad rI-ea-lhdl
t lt 1 4ll.. itl \V -.rI \\V ollhoil i ,lg W Ilflt.
1I.. 1,,lly \'t l':it <'a litr \:alkiig ', ut of

thli ri: ;'. r'l.i 'ini:: l ni oif a sorry job.t
, :., ,. th' lired diggers wvrre dis-
gilusi allow ,of ;:ilihing ujore than a hearty
lauih.i which soon fo!lowed.-I.ondon
A u swers.

Baln the The Kind You Have Always-Bough
8i-nature

Coo In me a ruimnniinr, for tile la.t lot ,it
tthiov no)by pea;rl AlIpinte HIatl at 5 7'
cents o ly lasted ai week; 2-) dowzn
more just received, but they won't
la-t iotig. lWhite's.
F*'OI SALlE.
At a bargain. 76t acres i ,:) under
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland)d i. of a mile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-room hotuio, barn
and two stables. Price $Nmi For
further information. apply to W. R
Douglass on place, o.r J. E. I U mius-
son & Bro.. city. 13Mlini

Three Large Stores
Full of FU'iNITI'RE. The finest
line of Walnut Bedroom Suites ever
.,hown in Pensacola. Pretty, neatly-
tinished 19)0-oak Bedroom Suites at
all prices. Rattan and Cobbler 4Seat
Rockelia, big and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M. PRYOR'S
lirgain Furnishing House.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
AND TIMBER LANI)DS
FOR SALE.
Loans Placed at Reasonable Riates


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Acci e rdiing t i the latest re''ear'ir'lit t oyV
(Cermnatn arch:eti ists.-lF'liig-indii Ulat-
tt..
Thte Now Columbia $1 -.hirt i- a
crarkt-rjack : thi- .-eau-oiii's new -prin;
styles at White's.

Five Thousand Rolls
,of Wall Paper in stock, all 4)of thela-
to-t patterni-, and more comliiiLr.
Prices frnm ie to $1.75 pr roll, J. F.
R)oss & Co., No.11 N. Palafox.
Phone :I,2. 24f-tf

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


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchless Mineral
Water for the cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru6'ists;

also WI. T. Green ," Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


IV. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.


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Testimonial From Judgte Gauton. '- CURE YOURSELF! Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
4iREK NVII.I.E,Ala. Aug. 104. 1,' I t a it 1 f,', J t *1*111 'd04
Stake great plaure in certifyig t, the DENT L SURGEON
tiurt antin the merit of Wilktnson'?, Match- no.,,Cr.'u .-f irL. I, .1 t l. .,i r.,t.. lDENT. DURiEON,
Iesp lil 'ral W after. This natural mineral Present* ..l .. l -. :., t.T i ;till n-
tonh-, to ni.p peronual knowledge. is taKen SCT4:nEV 3- C4u ,aGO. ,' .i .-tr i. "'" illl iC.. Tml. PMele m i.
from a well three miles east of (itroenville. iir< nh Sod by Iruggista, _________9 _
in tlie exa-ct condition in which it is soldt. 1V A. or ,""t in il Iin %Ar r -
hatve. een thiswater used. with wonderful i..+ n aep-D..[".. r- fr
succe-4s. for dyspepsia Indigestion, sore I.. .r It. .. t
eyves and for eruptive diseases. sores and --* itr-enlr snt on ri i -. .i J-l
ulcer-' on man and animals. As a remedy GRIND 1 R ___ __ _E
for thll.se troubles, I do not believe its
eqtial exists. It is highly recomme. ded by To be (liven By
physlncxaus for a number of dieaes.AA.
pZyseans for aeo LLuA ST No, HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of If..
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County,
Alabama. Theae tinyCapsules re Superior ,id allows Hall.Warringtoin.
Balam of Cop*l*
LOI~' I T Y | C="bebs and Injections. Monday, April 16, 1900.
LODGEDIRECTOl R [ Theyctreinl48hourstheo
---ame diseases without ani Tickets 51' cents. ,Ladie Free. Free
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. vaecenm SOLDBYALLMtDUGGIST Tran -portation on Dummy.
Penesacola Iodge, No. 3. K. of P. ED.
meets every Monday even- .JU T OPENED.
*^^ ing at % at Caste Hall aiT OPEN
In lutchinson hall. Wet
Intandencia street.
v'twiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. J1 DEVINE.C. C


w 0. OW.
Live Oak Camp No. I WHcd man ofihe
World.
Meet ftlrqt and third Friday night it
pach month. Visiting sovere'ignit cordi-
ally tinlv.d. W. W. WAT*ON,
. It. TH A M Vsi. CIrk. C.C.

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*-Everything New and Clean.--
Th- Mo-t Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meala Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served atall hour-. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


24 East Uovernment Street. mgg W W mu wn9.

DUN N'S
OPERA HOUSE. GENERAL INSURANCE ,
-SI-EK----0--2- -' -AND- H
ONE SOLID WEEK Ooa C


PHIL AND NETTIE


Peters C medy Company


In New, Up- c-Data prtolre.

Prices-0l, 20 and 30c.


MONDAY N IGHT.


PENSACOLA. I-lAA.
RVEPRES-NT TWENTY-TWO OF THIE
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCR COMPANIES . .. .

incatal Au:Its of the Eqaitablt
Life AIssrance Society of the
Uaitel States.
OOCPRRfPONDENCl 80OlCITED


IOTEL


Three Repqlar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYS'IRS., FISH AND GAME 1OF ALL KINDS IN SEA.-,ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
P. TES:--F.,,m *.i, to i.,, 'per Day. % LODGING:
31.- and 4I i S S south Palafixi Street. Pencana-nla. I'lfrila. 25 and 60c


H. H. WICKE.


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Fighting for a Fo0tune. THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
HA.Ni E OF PlN I(.i No. %North Palafor Strett.
a HANt E OF PI.-.' NKIiI.Y.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. No. b South Palafox 8treet.
Ladie- free Monday niitt if accompanied MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. All Kinds o, Plumbing and Gas Fittings Material Kept on Ha"4
hy a person holding a paid :0t-c-nt ticket. Voice < culture. Violin and Piano, Leipig
:I reserved before i p. m. Monday. system; also guitar, Banjoand Maadolin.. Mi M 9OIE A *> "AOULA-


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(XI ILIA A OCIEIPh one No. 116. 1'. (). Box 261.
0,U I NA-ULCHE Railroad Exchanze. Phone M
AWARDEDPROFESSIONAL GANDS.
~~FRENCH NATI)MALR1EV
~~s.-f~-~OF D. Mar~eeIIu5frM reary.


.~-- r~ -lte~ldeiice". Hot--I iFcaml-ta.
I 0111-le, l'Als-nihert.. Huii'iiavi. i S u j
ar '\ LbuI.,___!,______ ___ _-_

t .t'.fTT r
I, V t OZFO-Hm1).h Bros.' Druig Store.
Itthe p!s.virvjd 1e ) ~ic. V
nv.JetS'.n~i frc~m all tes -r .j-:I i 2. RESIDENOR-400 E. lJacks.3 Stres
t -1; 1. f appct::r ITiI I d.:-& d rders,. _________ ___________________
Paris: 22 Rue Drouoit.4 --
'kNew York: E. Fougera & Co., 26 Ncrth William St. Wn 'DeD,~.i.,

SCHICHESTER'S NGLISH Roieojathc Piysicini ai iSriesi,
I'ENNYROYAL PILLSbatee(if Oaa l.
*.40v44.a~dOffer s his professional services the alto-
BAM S AY? l-117ris-ihi. laM.. ak. scumof Pesao l
t..r CHIlCHESTER'S ENG~LISH Esperial attenttion given to too trinatimpfit
frA~ In REDi) ntI Goldn.-?i tn-i' ..x-nani of Chronic D.iseases and Ilseamesm of
~. u...~i~o~oTaskruesother. bi-rru.' Womeitn and ClaIjidirti.
I in 8g-11 v.o % ", tiattut -r -, mia 14 a Tti rty 1 .4 P Iractice lt mthe S oh
dfafn.-. FoP,~rtuiam TesTtti~mornia 4ithepIe'lIurb:-10 a. m. to 12 in.. ? to) # p. zit..1rrt .~,l~ ~t. i ~
turn Walt. 0444r-im-ai -*.. Residence Phone No. =s)..
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Acme Beer.


THE BEST HFER SIOI) IN
PENSA'OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.
A'so Soli by I. Perry ani Win, Yaiu.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--:
Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St..










THE DAILY NEWS: PENAO@LA, LR.CDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1900.


hOGAht IES NOTES


- fl ,ltiiM V r -cld to-uirht: ri n ad
'. ,u r w. hrariL f. to oatkalstrlada.
s br OSrWt r top kese ginds.
', ,,,m tem lr7td' Za- terd ". f;t degre;:
S... ,< < 24 hours. ....
H ( Hare of Florala is a visitor
.,.-day.
H. Branningof Alabama is at
t -cmbia.
John-ton and wife of Milton
v;-itrel here to-day.
S,,.ti- new advertisement is
it, restinzr. Read it.


; rir tit, Pi Ieam .hiii T i ili ," w e -
A.-41 fiorn quarantine to-day.
painn Broadhent of the Life
.,,: Station is in the city to-day.
A meeting of the Mayt Democratic
it, will be hid at the armory to-

W. H. Welch of Glenden. Ala.. iR
minig the gru#-ts at the Escambia.
-day.
Mi-' Lizzi, -'rater is home again
*-,min a pleasalit vi.-it to D-Funiak
-priug-.
Mrs. DIr. C. F. Mar-h arrive-d from
, r l4t- hI'Ti:Pe i low Weidne'-dayt

", -. IIf. ('ollin-. who Ila- b-Cen
S t .: lti for -.ine tune. i- n1w)W
\ .i' C ltt.
A .Ine, nf New irles n-arrive-d
-. '- iimorniiiit anid res+t-te rE-d at
\. ,U r-atnt-.
a arl#-.- 11. tanl-y a' d M i-.
". n ; i 4 of St. ILouis ar gne-t- at
I.-" ':ll: b ia .


fe the settle asM.e fdr h A aslI eb a "< C ircut Cot. __
of aolarner tfomof I-aan The Baptist Herald a$ MiXIcan TIn the circult court this morning! i|L W1 T T OHr^TOT'
thi hsiberftfore bw quartered O t_ e fooewf: -the grand jury wa empanelled, as J J L l- l i i
here. Candidates sometimes score points follows: - vE .T OV,
Joseph A. Herman and family of by way of a oke. A lady wams sy- !J. G. Oliver. M. 0. Baggett, R. G.
Tiptoe, Ind., will arrive here on the inag to Col. Myers the other day that 8tanton, D. M. Carter. J. N. Giles, i
4:16 train this afternoon and will be bshe expected to send a beoquet to iF. M. Mayo, Mark McCnrdv, S. 8.
the guestu of Dr. C. C. Herman and the gubernatorial oonvention for Mr. i Browder, M. Mayo. Daniel Gunning,
Mrs. C. H. Bliss. .May. I- hope yeou will," liedJoe. Marues. J. E Serra, A. D.
the colonel, "and at the lose of the i Alfred, 1W. Ditmars. J. M. Clutter,
Car No. iS of the North Hll and convention I will ake griatpl re J. Go. White, Jr., Mark H ur, I.
DeB.oto street line. jumped the track Ia placing the flow n tan for#te- GO6helnd t Wm.
at the corner of alafox and Greg- man's political I he ourt then proceeded with the
ory streets at 12:80 to-day, delaying trial of the case of Peter Carrol vs. PrOprietOr.
traffic for some time. A Powder Mill sxpNZsio Jamess Turtle, a suit for damages for
Mrs. W. H. Northup has completed Removes everything in lgt; 9ithe alleged ntpro rem t by the 'd-
her plans to visit Paris and attend do drastic mineral pills, but both iffndnt ofthe dipoharge of the
the exposition. hbe will.join party are mighty dangerous. Don't dyna- paiotiff, fro n employment on the
of ladies from New Orleans and they mit* the delicate machinery of v aer g vernity r tin navB NE W | A R R IV A o n
will sail from New York on one of body with calomel, eroton oil or and in ty i B ethe con- dse Ia1fr B so
the regular liners June 1. aloen pills, when Dr. King's pow @"Iooof the testony the courtIcN E f h ww i- candIi aW w i w
Life Peld, whih are gentle as a took a recess until 8 o'clock.I
Mr. J. A. McDunffle, formerly n T en- s Life Pilr whbr ch sidot wrkera a- t .
rle, Ta. l nh see ont riaf r or a, i m.dothR. CLEVIELAIuDeS DENIAL. O UR first announcement of New Artivals of Sprin
a Dll strtesd of ster unayr Cures Headaches, Constipa-, MR. CLttan.I
and now general freight agent at ei nly 2 ct. at W. A. D'Alem. I Denoua Purported ltervew. IApparel. A generous assortment, largevariety
Mobile for the Holland Line of t .. on Dewey's. Cauidacy. I Ti. 4NS.
steamships, is in the city on busi- For Railroad Commlasioner. PRINCzTo, N. J., April 5, -Former Of ColOrs and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists

Hope Lodge. Knights of Honor, waHrd Col. W. J. Barne tt ah a c aut- Prnot given anC interview to any one on has e carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
wrr give a randy eterin Apral date for railroad commiqsotner.y ol. Admiral Dewey'scandidacy. Referring' city of well known brands. Among them the famous
If). Pensacolians are invited. Tick- moved to Florida in 186. to published interviews he declared:
eni will be sold to gentlemen at 50 - "This statement is outrageous. It is Gif Oil B d, fam us for fit, style and finish-in
cents; ladies free; transportation on BLISS IS THE MAN. false from beginning to end. A number .
the dummy free. Chas. H. Bliss is the man who ad- of young men representing different pa- fact the best fitting WVaist in the land. This fact no
SThe office of Hotel Eacambia has vertises Pensacola. He does it right pers have failed on me for my opinion
been changed from its former loca- Iand deserve your suort i relation to Admiral Dewey's an- dealer or customer can derv. You may form some
tion to the west end of the lobby, an sere ou PPort* nonne-ment of his candidacy and I in-
and will soon be a model of conve- variably delinted to say anything what- idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
nience in arrangement. The work ver o the subject. If. hv ann posr- r
is be ig done by Contractor Crona, ( Cn o"7(i4',<*,r ty hW liitity. I should .e fit in the future tohrr n
and Decorator J. E. Ross. give expressiou oi1 this i.UInjCt. it will d tna cy archeaper tan
l)eVoe predict lo-al showers in Ixt ad v in t a way that iNi. 'a rifi reason of ourM oII. AND
the (uilf state on Faster unduy P epi Peppermint Wafe id di ut as to its uthntiity. In h.. heretofore by reason o our Motto: CII:.\
and REv. Irl R. Hicks predicts that' gestioun. Ask your dealer fori theiem. suea the weather in most parts of the v&n that anyI less authoritative starN- THn R iiV INCR ASI TI-IuL'SINESS.
cotinty will be too chilly for a ger- Nobby Hoys' Knee Pant-. with ein n vhich miPay l attributed t 111..
,rail. comfortable or rational partic- Double BreasteI Ve-ts, at White's. ill 1 on unju-.tifiall- fabricati.>L.' -- ---- -


. . . f i>:ipatit in the annual li-pl'iy of i ii
1 .M. AlIpie ,n f Va ld,-.t:i. ... n imilliniery art. Sad. i-n't it? .iir Th. mas Lip'on
S. : I : t-ii r ni t.g antd r,-zi-tert-d1 a
S. M. rehants. I An extensive additiIn i-4 ileing V W aind i-. typical Irishi'an and
'lt t:l the1 old 'Park hotel property a geniie -port.i'tn. but he- i. al-o
', ,, < F. I ai-ller hi wro< an i tihe first tloor of the building ia celebrated iti:tiiffactuiler of choice
*1 i ah two iiip<-ct t0- work of willI) remodeled and converted into ga-'.ro.mlic:&l d:,ihties. a;nt a noted
i eit.z ini th b hibaror tlh-re.. :i ttr;.tiv ale-rloins. which will be conili i-'' ur iia d iiii irtE.r of fine teas,
*.- '. ,ell.ar aind cuff bittonei ". **tpi.d b'v .M e-r. A. G(reenhut & that hli.iv. e ctIn ni:a, itinous throutgh-
S ,-t,.-I :t- You can get then C', whli recently tiircha-ed the 'out th i *, 1-'" 1 t-d world. Jacoby, the
t",* :. -kiltg at John W hit.-'s. i pr.e.irty. a- a wholesale grocery es- wel.- .t. ,*w, oc*_ er, ha- joist rve:ived
,n .4 tlii hiiii a .ir t(.' i-i'. ll 'lit of Sit" TthomaiAs
Hini. .. Walter Kehne of Ma.1ri:n- Ic-elebratild teas. and cordially in-
-, i- *-.- \ to attend the circuit court. ate with Camp Ward. I C. ., and ii- place and inspect and test them.
r meeti if ive Oak help ittnii prepare a pieasiingf pr'- He has also ju'.t received full lines
W,-i. r i (of til- W, o lvd. Ok t.-ratii for the entertainment of the of Bremniei '. celebrated Cakes. (;ra-
rda, f ,ti, tld. rto- Veterans who will come here April ham Crackers,CheEse Biscuit, Oat-
o.. \Work in lrotetiont degtre. ),; and 27 to attend the state reunion. meal 4 rackers, etc.; Dodson-Braun
I-:,# v:acht-V Wllace and Dream- he railroads have fixed the low Manufacturing Co's famous Jellies.
: i ( :,--eiijyving the be-auti.- of the. tion each way and the indications cuit Co's Cheese Straws, Cracker
ar.- that the attendance will be Meal, etc.; Kennedy's Biscuits and
,,nr. Badal. Alb`rt Jer,,i- large. Wafers: Wurzen Biscuit Manufac-
Whitfield. and J. A. Kenn.dY. 'The Knights of Pythips of this tory's Vanilla Wafers (German);
i,,n. are lat. atirival- at the E-- city are meeting with splendid en- Anger s German Golden Seal Egg.
,whi*. c(luragement in their work of organ- Nudeln; Arcadia Packing Cos'.
S ,re mawhoe name ola uniformed rank of the order. Evaporated Apples, Peaches and oth-
.A e,,l,,red mans. whose name could several names were enrolled at the er fruits. A small lot of those fine Of-
e- learned. had hi finger's iadly I meeting of Ratkbone lodge last ives in 10-cent bottles is still in stock.
<-!,.-d1 in a winch while working in InIigiht. A committee will visit the The "Little Giant" Coffee Roaster
I .,. tt,i., morning. I knights during the next few days is still on deck. running day and
\.te the change in the professional Iand as soon as a sufficient number night at the rate of a mile a minute,
.d of iDr. Marellus Mc'rearv. if nan.es are secured the rank will to fill constantly increasing orders
ae .u vIborganized. for fine Coffees. Those who have
d-c ow at Hotel eornenot recently visited Jacoby's should
,itbi-t. plilone ]i0. The Iouiieville and Nashville rail- no(t fail to go and inspect his enor-
.Jac eonville Metropoli-: Pen-,- road i- putting out oinme neat adver- j imous stock of everything in the
.. .e-inis determined teo double tisingi for the Confederate veterans' shape of eatables and food products
i'ks -minpnts. iWo4)ndtr why it does ville May311 to June 3. A neat four- partnment of the establishment.
page folder enttitled "The Man in the
(iray" r!ives a write up ,of the ('on- A special communication
1 e,. freilhlt -f.ne,, r N tie rriv d federated veterans and full list of ofti- o f Eecaniibia Lodge, No. 15.
erd.- fr i t. Andrpew with i h.a e-r- :nd committee. Another orne .^ & A. M. will hte held
%:.1i,,f r,.-i taii:l t iirpenitine.- fe i. "ai pretty little button having on it it Fridayv, April 6;. at 7::3i p.
, ,i |.id i .;.i.l u rnilih-' f.r t:,. A imerican tl:iz" cro..sed. with a In. W ork in Third degree.
- r -tliirEt trip. ; pictiire it Mi, s Vi!aini<4 Davi- in the i Vi-iting brethren frater-
i .,e tE.l.tt;riitnt iit riven :it .i;,l.d- A'' inter anid lthe L.uis-ville and Nash- n.ill invited teo attend.
1-' i t 1 lv the l.liE- E'f ti,. vile a;dveri-enient at t!he bottlni. i j ,ord-er \ M.
S;(odizt 0c i itl wa"s qiiitE- : -- :iil -.atly enjoyed by :.I whl, entert,.ined last Thursd.ay at the I.-cretary.
: t .T. "ir T 0l lrt.roc.t-d- siniounit- r-esidence f ('Caupt. W Ii. Northup.
$1,- r,.. frt .>.i .. ,- ,. -.> .. >,rn f'In i li I fit I i '>7iOin V l I Im o *


I.\ A K 11~ of ('111 a I". j -* :Mi~d uttoir ooek was hWoni by th!i** f/des, i cu i f Iflc e
.! lttig. niorvr. I -. .1 N1 11 t te-?.- :a11(I by IhI k- r I1-( rr-11t ,d III t4 Iinc Mln '[i k
''I~~iiflhI~I'. N 4. s:d Wa! ~~s:t.ii.rMelip iji'-. 'hilit]. the. vi-.-POC(e/W, at/very reasona.(ble
ltlf-.t. L-ii- xw'-rv ~l~the ldd. T1111-. eel!-.',stock1s1com
-.I A I V3I e 1tl:&- ~~#rI ~l.% h I'[- tefpefii e. a-. woby Nrv .ipte.1 PP tc scr.
E. E-~ ..F Saurnii-i-. T~wg#-t1t-inexis pie/c. 1on~t bity anything d
;iiW. V-1jI'-~Ir-1' .el ijtiti ed lti) jiii ftrliture un/il you.0 ( t 11re
Ied;I -1.4 T1...:4r've- v.-. w M r. 1
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~1 ea1a M\;* ~ r.narsh, and t!!. eS agtjel eei/ Ma1rston 1) F inch's

~, V ~. I ',;- i.- ek. tii III~ Wre The best 5 cent Cigar

"s11VI.,,!neate~r 11"t re i-. r-on the market is the
1-,\ lt -11'- 411 f So t ~lid Scrlfg ilter ianidDTJRH &M. Try them at
*.. -:,tTt-(*.e jzt a ii -fut 'ir- Ruger's Kruiv-e-. irk- :and --otin 1 A~lem~ber'te 1B.


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SWe don't expect you to buy w
unless you can't help yours-elf.
Every Dollar spent in our
store entitles you to a ticket
which gives you a chance for the
beautiful Machine displayed in
our show window. Lucky nnmi- 4
ber announced May 1.
44' -4-'a 6 .


Fit ~ WEirk at flivi ~iiis
-tr-i- % ..April.).-Thtiv fatest work
of tho- dca y at CliurchhtiP! D4,Nits waI
("lit It 'i ? l addid .l :-year-e eld v'~lt Kul-
in a rit' i m Ile NclltIzt amile in 1 :44 with
tbrtv qAuarter.,iiin 115 .Po-tr ir Vi
titer biitt Jeant 1-raual. Kiniz-v i'acktaici
Hi1gh 4 'vler S01alp ciim thllo I t,,it vll-EgE.
4)f tIAAtI'tuck in 1 :41). It i i h- go 'ii r:td
oqldne iq~i aiql~zIi~ftgit htvs-tic at flt, h-trac-k
thatz if XWiTtitxer wi eulisel Et .Joant Ieflhi
downw~tgd Alata l ard titc' grea1nt torcwtgli
hiEri-d ipuiei re tl .1f a tmilt, in I : W-


Soap lFactory For F'iorenc-e.
FL.,i::NA. E. Ala.. April .,.-This c'itv
will sxonzi have ainther industry tio add
to it, already long list of minaufa(ctur.
;-.ty .. ^ .. .-. TX.,--1 P ; ,#.... . -


New rnI New
Arrivals Arrivals!
Our Centre Tabl- a',-,r ..r- )oani beneath a i- l'..y !iare. of t "* Newe-t
Thin s-s in IcesI 4 and Embroideries.


Swi-3 Edging andli' no.


-a innu rg E'giti;a n i. I ri -rtiori


ValI-nc.i. L,:ice and Insertions.
M.ladhine Torchou Edgin g and In- 'rtion, /


German Torchon Edging.


A-pliu~ie Iit'E Ac andli-,'rtioij.


Point de Spreit, Oriental and Plat V:i!. I.;c,,;.
.'iJ ltemnants Hamburg Edging. six yard lengths. wi-rthi 7.-. at r'c.



Sweepinj Sale of Muslin 'nlderwear! *


iug uE.pri.i-.. r i l--irtiinan. a gro- One Lot Child's Drawers. lhemi ,d and tucked, siz.;* I anid 2, at... -lic pair
orvy inc r(-hant. will start a sp tatory. 4 5 an p
He is undecided whether ho will ere t a l'Mizes :3, 4, 5 and 6, only ................................................ I c. pair
plant with a capacity of 2,o0) or ;i,00o. One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at ('.-t .Mal k.
pounds., ne Lot Child's Trimiimed Gowns at Cost Mark.
Salt ('ouipany chartereded. One Lot Child's Triinimied Skirts at Co-t Mark.
NEW YoaK, April 5.-The Spanish. ()ne Lot Misses Trimmnd Gowns at Cost M.rk
American Salt company has filed ar- One Lot Ladies" Trimmed Chemise, worth :.5e for.............. ... '-)c each
ticles of incorporation at Trenton. N. J. One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 7 ,5 for....... ;-,c each
Th 00 capital stock is said to be One Lot Odds and EndsW-

Negro Held For Trial. In Ladies' Skirts a-id Gowns to Close O)t at Co-t Mark Price.


Rt-sSF.LLvaiL.E, April 5.-*"Billy the
Kid." a mulatto about 21 years old. was
given a preliminary trial before Judge
M<,ody andl slent to jail in default ot
$,,(',i bail. The charge was criminal
assault, prefE rr'd by Lena Williaims., a
n,.gr, woniua living juL.t outside the city
limits.


AT THI; PAltLOl MAIItKT.


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Inyesf/igate the Converti,,. Term Ccn'ircts
1"' T1i -

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


SDAVID EDREHT '""" '-'.- .-,
.^ i 1 N \|iN. -1 !:K I 1 ,' ., }'1 A.


When you are catering for the
Sunday dinner be sure and visit the
Parlor Market, where you will find
the lar.E'st assortment in the city of
choiei, ,*ea-onahbl vegetables of all
kind-. poultry, fresh butter anid ezs,.
and thie finest of meats. 2t


STILL IN THE RACE.


1 CALRD) TO THE VOTF.RS 1- I :S-
(-.'MlISI (O1 %TY.
.1 rumor is being indls-
triously/ 'circulated that I
would withdraw from -the
race for the nomination for
the oilice of Clerk- of the
Circuit Court. Such rumor
is absolutely false and is
being circulated for its ef-
i'et on my chances of tc-
cess. I will be in the race
until the close of the polls
on Tuesday and beliere,
from the assurances made
to me, and with the assis-
tance of ovi friends. /hiat J
am/ tthe winner.
R.E. L. D .qA IEL L.
Ours is an iever lt y store. bee:. i- -
I attiactiion-., co -l'italit. val i us. .Al
*lependAblp. thatappeal to those who)
elii-ve that "imonoey should hiu
niolii,'y- worth."'' W hite'-.


To I-urniiAh Fre>h Water at thie Sa-li;a
itsia oiindl Qunarantine tatioin.
Proposals are invited to -ink or
blore wells at the Saita Roit.a So i nd
'iQaranitinie Station,. ant:a Rosie
sound, for the purpose of furnishing


a bountiful supply of pure drinking


water.


Agent State Board of Health, Es-


cambia county.


31m6t


lox dozen Scriven's P tent Elastic
seam drawers at 00 cents per pair, at
White'e.






Photo aphic Arti t,
20414 South Palafox St.
at iftruc-tln <(%iartintecdl.


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
lA.BIJ 0 Wo0
Old Qualker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
.--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--::

Furniture at all Prices. M SS R NEWELL.


'W"o'ars, zplIinr (dfn i w! r.,.tumtab-
it barga~.in Idice"-: A t:t.bA. '
-p ri?.-1.;4-;,Ina t t iitr- ~i?*I en - ,,a-:i ,
;it c 1) n ab i vt wj-- i P,,t -a' ,Ih,- rI-.

C.~jall .1Id -.Xau,111114 tI!.'nIII at ( 'rI.i


ISO!LAR


DRESSMAKER,


i-* *':,:I ;,-e int-n~t ,f Silk Neck-


DII11E


--FOR--


25 Cents


--AT-


Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
- rt Orders Promptly 'lervld all Hlour%
of Day or Night.
Fish and Oysters in All Styles.

Nick Apostle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
IDeai~r I n
Bieyfe; Aid BieYele %rablres.
Agw it bfor anjlhie-r.Ci..n&-ehand and Racycia.
k1t''. *-... ?i j '1ears .'xperlign. *in Re-
pmIci-'.N.: of Sacyc~e-. 'aqb Jtogiq-ra.
iyllww'iter*.(iuns. lF~t. K~yrs mad(e to
titniny lock. 1i'C.
12 West .-:mana Street.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLqOIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1900.


MOHGAN- VANDERBILT

COMBINE FFFCTFn


-;:e remedy of increasing
.-it. Always cures Warring Financiers Come To-
SICK HEADACHE, gether In Big Deal.
..,:nach, malaria, indiges-
,pid liver, constipatio:. CAL TP.UST TO BE FORMED
'I bilious diseases. -
TL'TT'S Liver PILLS "': ,",-= .f T,, ,T4 r,., Into One


;I t. or- 'I e DNif2stlk te.t ;
i 1 u it-s 2 4. -1 :'Iu. t,-hnI: bI


llp 'llo-iit. h rwl i- tho iml t f



\;.1121 -01 t-- nol rve I sm a
Ili*- ano '.1 ir l '-t4 the pinint v
,,;.,r o ih i 4ptl wf-t rt- thet
I- Ipoit. -el. Td ,ijo rnql %tho-(,irk.v
Ill. th. 'v aavauT a !Nuril r i.0 c'n-
it" r hu lPI--iis ll -r fj,sf ru


Vi n' I o af-mIP tt-t
kpnh 4--. 4 f', was a


III LI, 2!ipiE 1ll-'IT
'I..Ioi %.AI't -tigth1:~. ut a
-rv Iniliula -tu .- a]lig
%al, li stai?. it
I ~.-Ir i-t 4 it I- f d I -N ititr '11a
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KIDNEY DISEASES
ine the awe fata of AIdis-


fOL~yS KIEY CURE k
FOLEY'S OL.. RON*


or money rduW-d. Contar;n
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE SOc. and S"l. .


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REAL EST
and Ii
AGENr


4 iii 1-,1 I-rat ire' I ijl rof Isiie4t of t h e

N-WvY.':K. A.14-' 1o'the
Le.nlri2illrb4.1 .La- Iw'i'U avyiirtil b ,y
ii*~~~~ 0ai-'~.- uv:Ilv is tlt- vas-t
....'-Z'- w th tt-* xtra'j,ritiur.-v, ial
.I,%,-i i r It.-.- Otl-b Xa-!4 Irl tilt,. but ti
A. h.r1rPic.ul ~l Vail% are ind othel
k~. *VSi~m'' art* 1-i14-intl-rgkA into the
R, :i & 1tiza tmil t, i .nihmri. ith rhesecae-
.. i-~1. :2.-.T~i, pr,,ti, rry of th,
Il li- .- 1.4 *t(o~22 f tilt, tn-
a 1:1 i 1'"-'i isO iii~ :.i riii-qwbrtati- tit
2 r ub-il,.5 I ii, *btr%4 hic4. ITmire airt
-'IL r atA 11. ii t-'r -r e wli'mats... l i
y I Ei I,. tr.i t Nit.,; t Ij ~ml r:14.iei aliv
*r 2-u rli::ig f,:''t, ir pi. rna-iiio,(Ifrwu'
:1 t::,1.(-!brl,rttionsm lor-ugiat 4!no-
nY.*. a. 1.1.' ti'iitm4-al zints-rol, -, -ce(!it lv

.-i. z I!!, i- .th Th
0;,. m't -lj:: M ps-i ~ .~ lv tith
I 2 - 1t tII!-r I .'- N 1IN tt 1: T ;1 IIIYl I'i
tt' ir t ?. j n* (. 2'I 1! -ti r.1 i r- '2 'l bty
.1:- 111 1% 111 -o 11111-, 4 10v\
1:, wil l. 'i V. I,! l .z- 'if a newIt

I a. l.it l z thi iiI i ..' L ill.-r iin a poiw-



Nw'.iiik imid tilWi-'em-v. i-Iii li, it a
tar~r Il IV.:a-~1u l htpol


WILL BUILD WINTER HOTEL.
(iharloesto, to HtiV .- 0(M,)(0 0 Hotusee
on ilattery.
('"i 4i.E-4'\,. April 4.-Mt Ge. rg, M.
Tri inh i:n finanti -.ily ivitere-t.-d iln the 1Iuildliig of
a grail d .:,.t imO h,,t.-l tin tilt. water front
in ('liarl--tiill. I, ;Zoii' to N, w York on
a ,n-ii.-- trip The hote-l -h'mne i.s nt
-..ln t' b t.-lh, v f. ir tilat he lilot4-Yv -.ll I niseld,
:t-. i'-viiu-ly prionii- 4 Archit'ect
Whtlelw'iglt of N. w Y4ork. who hai
t -, i1 in Char;t.-iin fir -,v. ral w .wks,
ha ii, pl-ti i tli andl tlte-s. Lar-, 1., n it to New York.
Theil itc pbU-ktd i'it f,,r the ,,otel is on0
the hli.'h ii tr.rivy ,ivrl, king tilt- harbor.
It i- -..-n #4 ,.l a llt.tg tiiht'-> r location
ttir t.,thii at -uninmr and wint-nr i,,tel
FIVE DOCTORS PROSECUTED.
Tl'he Are IHelol I nderr a i .~D>( iMond
For Mi'deliteal ;ior.
A. *11i .\pr.! 4.- 1.t thil in-i..a;tion,
of a .:inI- ;:"'- '..; v hl 't.ii-ctd


4i IS-# it u -1, .4 -;rIn grand- j 111-.-%'I-

tI II-I 't I I ra:- V.- i 1I .n: uI :I 11! : tIiat r 'i- of
ot V.-. I od r -- i1 r. 1 ir i I- t ;I'Ii Ie -r.

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PROPOSED NEW-,. RAILROAD.
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iDD Xil : it ',11 -4 r I T121 hidlt ri.-
,.*-ni'14 ab IIImerrI.-n" i hait n- I im t. I-I
~&TF. g'21 IV. hlot' With Ii sAl' rgimia. The ,-first It tilI
ms'LIr'ance ~,t I I. :F-i ght thigh it' M r.XAndt-r-
.o4 II L!2.1111 Wi~t- 141444l.' withall erd -


riox St'r e
FL.A


NICOLA CAcSA,
PESTAURANT- -OYSTERS.

:"-'. aB l s, Vept il?.


* '~i'ci A Lw r~icef.


I I o ilI m lt.. ( 4 *. I v l4 I '2 u i

4 :'. 2 - 4- A-. ( if-

~ 0:??1- r- k.' A o nitl. t P.P11'


f~alaiitI- leknotwn aii?'tlivI/ Raun Cotiut'.'


in ell its stag" LbM(Jb
.-hwiiid be cleaaim.e-s. H~FIt~%~
Elys Cream BalmV

ia c". I ,I ',.~.e L d
Crcii Ean lam 14 pseed Into the noqstrns, spreads
ort.r t:.e iiuetuhrar~e ai d in a--icorljcd. Itelef is im-
nwolvi:4:t a-,d a cure fo..ows. It is ifot dryiung-does


A. M. AVERY,


"(-M*-N"- Of lM#W. V u ,1
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP

Hardware,
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Suppiles, CookinA
and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.


notjriducepneezng. Large Size, 50 cents at Drug- Oln, Pistols andt Fishing Tackle.
ELY" tROTUERS. 54Warren Street. New York. AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GOlaL
uStitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Lattin A Rand
.uert.o rMi.an 4 III Pase Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
W -tivr;Tox. April 4.-The Puerto and Ranges, Wm. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's Ready
Rian rarifft bill haws twen jass.ed by the Kade Raitlroad Colors.
s.enat,. The vot-. was 40 to 31. There
were 1; abantees, all of them paired. Of Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.
the Republicans, all voted for the bill - -
except Davis of Minnetsota, Proctor of ___
Verin.nit. Wellington of Maryland. Ma- SIW I UU I
sin of Illiin(,i. Nelson of Minnesota and 11 11 T ll
Sinion of Oregon. Senator Hoar was aL 0 1 1 D LIIL B
paired against the bill. Mr. McEnervyof
I,,uisiana was the only Democrat paired
for the bill. R PrI
Wrnthe i t of'Removal Den red. A. FRIEDMAN,- Prop
NEW YORK, April 4.-Judge Brown of A N F
the United State.- district court has re- AGENTS FOR .
fused a warrant of r0m ival applied for .


in the ca-seof Captain Carter'se certiorari,
H. B. Greene, E. H. (4aynor and W. T.
taynor. indicted in Savannah. He or-
dered the discharge of the prisoners
without prejudice to further proceedings.
Quay ( 'e Ilefore Senate.
WASHINmt xN. April 4.-There was a
lively time in tihe s,'nate today over the
Quay c~'.se. it b iingi the co4 tinuatio'n of
the contest inaugurated last evening.
After an hliur's debate the cas. went
uocr until tomorrniw
T'o EItablt-h Ihhoop 1F'iiatory.
Cn i~TrTT\ox.A April 4.-A omaUmny
ha- I. -nu fiorir-d hi r.r with .:{:i.iHl capi-
tal t build and operate a li.arnl hini)
and building lath plant. It will make
t;oii>o. ibrrel hoops daily. Ample inan.
i. behind the enterprise wheu needed to
make it a sucet',-.
t'uit- for the little fellow, with
I)outle- lre:I-ted F'aeicy V'est., the
cnte-t thing- that ever haIppeted, at
Wlit ie'-


Hign-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK, 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET, KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
j[W The Large-t and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
Wines for Family UIse.


'0


NTS!O


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged. %tort legged,
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sort" of legged gar-
mnnts, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
60) pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good cassimere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair, good cassimere
pants. Some are two,
three and four dollars a
pair, good worsted pants


THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
Ul 'Also Aztent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.
P. O. Box 41S, PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 17. 0


SOMETHING NEW W DO NO


; EVERY DAY


buy pants for adrer-


tising purposes-to sound


I.I:IAITIV\ : 'CANDIDATES
And Deleega'e rs the C un'y u t'onven
tion at Plowpelon. April 14.
Following are the candidates for
th. le~i-lature and the list of dele-
.Late- to the county democratic con-
vetiion at Poweiton. April 14, en-
dor-ed by the Workingmen's Demo-
cratic club:
For the Legitlature.
C. Moreino Jones.
II. C. Clonton.
I)-legates to countyy Convention.
Precinct l12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Pon. R. A. Credible. WIn. Carmi-
chael, Thos. G. River-.
Precinct 1]:.-J. F. I,. Quina. Ar-
thur John-on. J. ( Avery, J. Whit-
in g Hargis, J:ia-. L. Sweeney.
Pretcinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E.
Mt;ar-, A. E. Zelius, H. G. DeSilva,
Ja-. >I 'rien.
Pr.ecitct 15-Tha,. John ion. John
I'. .le. F. E. Cominvuyn, W. A.
D)ut ,iani,. H-. A. Water,. 14n-tf


(tilfor Staate ("-vi t'ltjiol.

III. o.-liwi' rst ic pmrty of tiii e tate I' f I 'r-
(111 i1t0.,4' -it'. 1 .411,- Pi.4,at I'-' maol, for tlt,'
ftj(I %Ait t11 Z ill rpii-.- ,

tttt i- n' t..- naiu-2 .'- it 2arm i'it, r,.iui-' iti 'lar0.

.i i i imwf.'ttr !e-art--for tire.- ffi.--t ?. of i- o%-
W;. 'Jut--lw- of tie i i~lt~- tipn-ina' Court.b
2-a.' A tii- .'i* % --ttti4i1i.
Ilitii' (I 'i r i- ttI '-bt. l4 b i IIi'- at' t'l

0. 4V"i t e ii l2'' -'ti iitl -Iii Ir to ,i~t-i it2 Iii

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Yis 411 .


HALL KLEIN'Scheap.


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Z'olepho o 8O8.

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


TIME TARTE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANIAIY 27. .'i


No. 11. No. i2. N o. 11. N%4. 8.
12:4.5 nboon 11 :211)P[it Leave' Perinteolit....Arriv.- 4:2 -p rtit 4p arni
2 :17.)p in 1~:!5I zii11g 11It Arrive Flonhatozi A r r 1- ".4.5h:-1 pMiii:3'a fit
4 :12 p in 3i:46ia "In A rrive .... obtle ..A mrri, 2;70 :. -pn s n ]'ight
~ p in 7:1o aatit Art ive Notw lirl-ait,4 Arrit.. -ijI) *:ap
6;: 01 j) In C:10 [Iafit Arrive MonItizoillry Art*vs.I 1I:?' to IiIn 2P.MIpnin
';:.Pipat ni 7: Ii p in Arrivet Na.Ii% Me'. Art'.. H:2 Ili '.:11i.M a III
12:2.5 n1on01 1 :341 a Fin Arrive Iajui-% ill. A I r 2 ) 1. 1 7p III ft.tit i
4.16 vI i l 7:1 m Ha Arri%#- eez,ar11111ti fu : t., 1) it tq, Ipii
is'wzziq PENSACOLA AND JACKSONV, LLE.
Nn. 21. No. :1. No.2. N 0.221.
II :.V)nigh t 7:tN a mi.n.. ... Pen .atola 211.1i0 p i11 A ::Ni P in
1*2:.5x nagbt 7::i.%a im .Miltu.P.'uin. i f] i
4:13 II 9:a iiat it 0p i.' ausk i-pring-.'Y p in 2:W tJ.;Ini
t;:~, oa in 1'::' 4Itmiin .. I iii iiiV1& Inp 1:.':577p7Ipii
7.14)a im 11 : 15 aIn atiii1 4iii,11118 v m L.4 ~Ilo l
,4:15 a In no11 ltonEi~v,.r Junct,.ion,:) p in 24.2N a tit
1 :43 p Ian l0al mu a.te ..2P in
7;2.') p niii .a..ks nvilbi. _1uAisaint

T3]a2:sCEITOIOEST3r
ANT) MOST POPUlAf BRANDS OF


W1155, WE5,Llq5R1, CORDIALfl,

-rnBEE RS, ETC.,-Cp-
IN WW I) A ND)(;LASS. J4AR'irE o011 \T xi QUANTITIESA


A[Li GTOR


A"] TifF.-


LFL7


iSAL00N


We buy good pants,


pants that are made of

good foods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

*i ome; front pockets, watch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets nights in

case /our wife tuanntx to see

if she/ is ,det/ing half of


your income) pistol pockets

a n d rel) 'esh m ent /pockets-


WE I ill A



WOOL PINT8


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-
te-rns for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodii d man bu-y nights and dayv- to
wear theil out in a; year. andl for
T;1.1i', som I i< w fa c'1 y a-y: sir.ere*
pantit-. lat(ip.-d -,ani-s, and creased
k needs.


Opposite U'nion Depot. T lp!one N,. 1;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor. H1, S1A!


} fa


0SLE AlGlES FOR


'PENNLAND RYE WHISKY,
BROOKHILL, SOUR MASH.
YELL 'WSTONv' RYE WHISKY.
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-KE.s & BOT I. ES


Delmonieo Hotel and Restaurant


Ws-.;;-ll all iu ewt,-te't
ibm rt~z flwa-$4.-p t hat ale ;imzply reat.
Patronize our- Pantry, it p,.i..


THE


,..i.,,wEn. "har;;; an. ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHOT NOTICE
8ve re tary. J AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

I RRooms for Rent by the Day, Week or Month. *
OS. "C 3f, 312 North Tarratngan treet, Ipposite giogii opet
coo
O-Telephone 68.-O C O
WBL I U, ---GEO. WILSON & CO.,.---
HPlafox Street. Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. The Ba Dl n O- f tlIa ,
Pensacola, Florida. sHo I'm Boarding a aEIaES 'l 0111 I anI t but will. -- c
Pensacola, Florida. Beilo7 I'mBoarding IVaaian'a Win do I a.nbt. but will_-. .


Arrest
a-c by the timely use of
: s Liver Pills. an old and


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:


3satr~oa t tit~itr Po.. .fi omeat Ptfleaco~la.
Y1s..S0eCond-cia4 .mattetr.
oWVicVr: Pitt rwHdumdag. 1I': t~outh Pals-
Sas street. up-.tlarb.


TEE NLWS PURLIEBING CO.
Tasms-Uflvariably in Advance.
O0" Year by )I.I5:
viiiiieMonths
0"e Week. by Carri-r. payab~le %Moeday I'l
"TUB WICEKLY NEWS:
?Iiet'#41 every Frida' at ta p.r y- ar

TELEPHONE tNO. If$.
0A f tog Att',a t.Fa'nishF d on Application.





ibw ppe U lon Inc with the
UhiIBAVE-TIS1NGCoss
11400milu. St. Plant. Minn.. wher
o bomnos, indvetlaem dotbert w av
Sft and where estimates winl he girmw
suMOPM1sforGENERAL ADVERTIBYNO.

FEIBAOOLA. APa!L 6 1900

pRiEcIcr DfltXi.EATF~S
The May*s lem-,oraticClCuh of tP#-nnarola
bsaeudorv.d b.' fnhl~towi zir.tilit for dt,--
*gst4% from tbe" (-43 pr'.oiflcts -t liethe!tai-
oa&Se (County 4 f.-lkvetif-ii t.. he- heddat
J'.wettoti. Aprii 14 anda ak that 010%. bt
gvna beart'% support hy t 'te t~
Precilict 12-- H. le- id W. ii
baa. We'. Bzzo-11. j I,. N'i..wt-ii. and '.I. F
Wirighton.
Jobe k brit-it.. J. t,.lo. Xk .,Ile 11:id NV. 1'.
PreceILt '-'.l.W..jI hii-Ofl.
j16 3C'.db3 i ik~.@ 1. j .zad .1.E
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that wa-y. birl. .:,V" r"41. r.tv pii And


ADMIRsAL DI) %%N Iu1Jy lit' p)c --
d.,ued for izicub lA.Z III-'. toil
the ,re=,e~ie l~tiZtA t i t W-
aldl-d. II.- has not had ,iline. -inct-
;ie(quit flatititi iiour bcat le-1. to 1-11 11i
thiat we ae tcu .11u"Cl to a t batt
+low to litt H .- h jporttl_
Ilillypa.-a W!.4-1)t'a ndvt i
hatid. and l*.-w he- 1L..-t xi tK
eoobmequ*-tiCt--f t -I 10 r. II ViAzaI!
the Dman.
Tmk; N L%% '-bog- the privilege of
makng ~ur~r-ta'Iltethe#- Flrida

a metnb#r. It i-. to .tfe-r. w~i: h the
tier ti:z--. h1..,it- *zii...- i- -p~
1w -onie fior t!.- to#---t art zie- t- hee i-

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with hi- .:-n.- aji :V
the offict'if- .4 r'itjtV ol
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCK


DEWk.Y DAY.


THAT PRED CAOAE.


Regular Monthly neiing Held Last Comminlee Apotinte4 to Marage the Another Endeaor o Test the S'awe


Night.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce was held
at its rooms last night at 7 o'clr.ck.
present and presiding. Presid ?nt W.
A. Blount, also Secretary T. *os. C.
Watson and a quorum of members.
The minutes of the l st ,pe-?ial
mee-ti.g were read and approved.
The secretary read a ctmmmunica-
tion from Senator Taliaferro ac-
knowledging the receipt of a resolu-
tion of the Chamber urging support
of the house bill to increase the
a-mamnent of the militia, and prom-
ising to give attention to it; also a
-imilar letter from Congret-man
Sparkman; also a telegram frvin Mr.
bparkman asking if Pensacola de-
sired a visit frum Admiral Dewey
during his visit t the state'. and
the secretary's reply to the same.
after consultation with members oW
the Chamber. to the effect tLat the
body did not dee:u it expedient to
extend an invitation at this time; all
of which were ordered to be filed.
The secretary also read a letter
from Superintendent E. 0. Salt-
mar- h of the I,. & N. R. R., calling
attention to the fact that the official
charts of the harbor do not show
the actual depth of water on the
bar. Reference having bees made
by some members present to the
fact that Senator O'Brien Lad heard
from Co:ngressman Sparkman onu the
-iibj-ct. and that the matter wa< be-
ing atte-nded to by the Florida dele-
gation -it Waahington. the Cor'unlii-
cition was ordered filed witljmut ac-
tion at till- tienting.
Tl'lae r-.'-.lutioni of the city c- uncil
recently adopted urgirin thi- ie ;tt"
board of health to hold i*t a;:.htl
meeting at Pensacola wa- read. a:il
the fact that that body had hIeld it-
mnietingiat Jacksonville. ad .uniiniig
to meet in this city sometim- di!'ring
the present month. I,,avint:. been
i-rI'louL-d, t!e mnatttr w,- pa--a A
. *v.- without action.
The .f-ecie;:ary iintrod ic'-d .4 -ll-
ti,'n r t ,in'- tiin.; th- \ .. I '" . o. t,
es.t:tbli-ti a all-ni rl.t -' rv .- in i.-
Pl-:i~-icoa tije. which wa- tLhi. I -
iPon-ily adoitpted.
The -ecretary ainnolii:!r.d :: tt 'it a
recent in -ting of t:e bo i: li-
rector- it hiad beeii dete-riiiDn dl to
hold the annital int-'tina: :t:adJ b.ai-
q T"i', pret-idA t stated !:a 'a .J
i''eeive-tld a ''(toitio. tIe ia.y If': a
w i lt e--t 'i, oit 1 '. 4-.: ',,* t ill t, *'" C Vi
()r!,-aIi Stat--. anld thi- -*iw. wa,-
C i-iilere-d bli ot i tt!acted up i.
I '1l" C i'd !llb +l t .011 '. (ii } ; ,.' ::- i.
Hi- Lie- Wa..-e:a.l.
M1'-. J. F. illy. a pra '!:. ;;*-:. i:i-
z-n # f Hatiii il, ,M -.. Lt:I-ly ..d ai
w, idl.-rful d' li\- ani<,e fr,:n a ,tl i-ht-
fiul d.eath. In t-llini. o4f it: f -;t\-:
-I w,i- t.,k.-ii with Ty; .o:Pil F ver-r
t:at l an I.to Piet' )'unihini M 1 i, '-
be-.a:;,! aideviied. I wa-- *w. ;0i I
couldn't evell -i i, ;p in be t. N lh-
Iln; he-lpe-d Il- I -Xpt-''tfl *-d -,*>I
di,- I C;',ia-iiqi.iii :. whlezn I .-ardl of
[,r. Kinz'-? New l)i-cov-i v. 4 ;ie
b.,t'l- t j .v W.-at l,- i,-f. I ,'- nti:1-
-: to i-- it. a;t: :I.ow afi ll we-i aind
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p; l '-. '." '. 1- !l.tl v- '"Ii- !.*I i' Jilt-
I t- .... .IIr-: .tilt qiuick,.-t trii:e it;
t!h- w rll for all Thr'-,lt ;': 1 I.'in2
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Sod nphlo % t.1 A-t Zi, t.-e -
s~y ww I tt.- .t -rt I'i.-avt.--'z .1I-14'r -fill a
t twir orgtion-- t it-f.-r.- I la" great smppt~ilatt- (;..j .-u-; LmA e4-1lineev-1 it i:1-.
tribumfM01)1 t,,. *~P~mo-antin!"m.m.it ;,t- a 1 1'0.1 ci I. :I: -",t.
Roebard tiinet s wtiel i-tcribt-d the Ph:'.- >peaml'tiria-A; .a d
appW*&at the'--C1i Mom-n telLite%' (of Itto- Rll-ia. ia-er td.-ot A;I hAi % ul. d
AingflC Opoop 1-r~tno Rwo unaY lof I tC- itbelW Us'-ii t:*.it
piweput ow esalk-coally desigimatsed aethe-V I I)
-,ld 3aM .-f t 01 -..t Ie ref-Pu!'. Ica" A
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Hannah Bra-'. are agents for 14-
We "(3tnrh Cutre. Diarrttea Rein _
P"y ad Witch Haz-I talve. They Hood s Pilll
lG-Imstee all three of these prepara- Hood- s Pills
tions and will cheerfully refund the Di) not cr;pe nor irritate the a:nimen-
money to nyv oine who usee them lary >anal. They sat p-,ntly ye.
witlht tol -isig being efited. Price 5 promptly. reau each. O m


Hiberitan Celebratitin.


Sacd Law.


The Dewey Day demnn-tr'ation at Some months ago an attorney for
Kupfrian's park May 1. under the the D. M. Ferry seed company vis-
auspices of Division No. 1, Auici:nt ited Pensacola, and in conjunction
Order of Hiberniana, promi-e.s to be Mezsrs. Liddon & Eagan arranged
one of the most elaborate and pleas- to in-titute procceding- to teat the
ing celebrations ever held ia thin constitutitnality of the act passed
city.
Committees to manage the event by the legislature of 199, requiring
have been appointed as follows: that every package of seed sold in
Executive Comnmittee-John B. Florida should be labelled with a
Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Jres Me guaranty showing where and by
Hugh, Mike 0 Leary. Arthur Mc- rn owing where and b
Connell and David Sheehan. whom such seeds were grown. Of
Committee on Parade-David course. tLe purpose was to secure a
Sheehan. Thomas Johnson, William final decision from a court (of la.-t
Sennett. Jos. I. Johnaun and Arthur resort, so that the status of the law
McConnell. might be permanently fixed. *
Committee on Sports-Arthur Mc- The first step taken was a friend-
Connell, Jas. H. Walshl, Ueorge ly arrest of Mr. William A.
Maher, Mike O'Leary, Jos. I. John- D'Alemberte, a dealer in seeds,
son, Willie Sheehan, John Mongue, who was placed constructively in
John Mas.-e., John W. Sullivan, custody and a writ of habeas corpus
Wm. Senn! tt and Thos. P. Casey. sued ou; before U. S. Circuit Judge
Committee on Privileges and Do- Swayne, who refused a peremptory
nations-James McHugh. Dan Mur- writ because it was held by him that
phy, Jas. H. Walhb. David Sheehan, the matter should first be conclu-
Jos. I. Johnson, John Christie a i sively passed upon by the state
D. W. Reilly. courts.
Committee on Dancing-Thomas Later, and recently, another pro-
Johnwon, Dan J. Hays, T. Hurley. J. ceedinz against the same party was
P. Burke, Fred Mapsey.Jas.O'Leary, begun in a state tribunal, on an in-
John Massey, John W. Sullivan and formation filed in the criminal court
Jas. C. Clarke. of this county by Solicitor Parkhill.
Committee on (ate-M. W. Keat- Upon proper proceedings thereon
ing. David Tobin. John O'Brien. Ar- the matter was submitted to Judge
thur Johnson, John Mongue. Ed- A. C. Blount at the last term of that
ward Hart, Jas. Furlontg, Thouas court, and by h!min held under advise-
Nee. C. P. Lynch, Dan J. Hays. ment until ye-terday, when he tlied
Francis Nash and P. D1). Devine. his deci.--on in the case.
Comnitittee on Order-Pe-ter Mur- Judge i-lount'sde.ci-ion -implv de-
phy, W. H. Connors, Michael Miur- clares that the seed law i ill con-
phv, William \Whalen. Joh, ()0 C- tiet with the con-titution ,of thie
uill. Hugh Maloney and Thoiuma- de l'ilited IState-. wi,::'h provides that
la Hunt. itre-- alone lha- power to regTulate
The comniittees are n >w actively .,mlintre.e b Wt w-een th. state.. and
at work preparis t !,t iirogratin. the loi. lativit e lV : al teiallpt, to do
whiei will be publi-h,:d t '-Tlrly that. anitd i- ti- before urvoi.stitu-
part of nieXt week. tonal antd inop-rativ, .


A kidney remedy that can he de-
pended on will be Toundd .:, Pi:'I;t1,
ASH Hli rit-R It he'al-t : -tiet; .t:ji-
e::-. Sild hty Hlanuat B'ro'.

FI-e'ieimer Fi-hel Clo:::l;'= i-
(-qual in every respect to .)lde-to.-
ord-r arineuts. See the new mprin:g
.arrm\.t.- :it \':ite'-.

(CEN A M1MIL.E.
Iot IRate to the ('<.ife Here April 26 avol 27..
Li ut.-('Cl. (. N Sa: j--(-y., :,;t-r-
!ia-t-r of the Florid:l a dtlvii-inm.
I'nite'd Coufed-rnate Vttran,. an-
t, i nces that thle various ti an-p,,rtai-
ti.,ni lines of the -tateL have aceC-rIid
t;i:, very liberal rate of oue;. env:t a
mile to and from tli' state reunion
.it P"-.'e-a.cla. April -.i; and 27. T1hi-
.hould bring here one lof the- i rest
r:atht!rit:-e ov f Confederate r v.t-rans
tiaiat evver a--embled it th,. -t:et.
Vo;canic Eruptions
Arte grand. but Skin Eruptioy- rob
life- of jy. Bucklen' Arnmc., Salve-.
ciure. tein ; al-o Old. Itttnii:;il and
Fe-v-r Sore-, I'leer Hi'ils, tIl..n-s.
('Corn. Warts, Cut<, Bruiise. Bu.nt-.
Se:ild-. C'taipped Hand.- (i'.i;lHblin.
p-, f 'iie Uar- n ePart:. IDi i*,-'- 4ut
Pitsi- m ai1d Aclhe.' ()t.vy 7.", '- a
box. Cu'iire- T..airanteetd. ,j iv VW.
.\ D'Al- mb,-".
l(' thing that !- t',.*-: d .. :,-Ivl
a: i t.r':.auigtlvy at \\ ::/- e .
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ki.dney. and to purify the blood. "it
Sooth. velvety skin. : ;" rich complex- i i .


,emberte.'l i --.
..We make Clothing to orderI a i'nd
:"rictivl- mtiam-t keep he-r *-:,aith. if-!i-
i- present M. Hornd all ru Co.Chica. -
will b.- ae-i vois and irritable. If -hc
*i t- t.'iili p l ,tl-sit e'l kidmaev trial!l-.
e. isnpur,- hi1s,.sri will ('au-c' pimples.
IMloclhes, i-kin erupt:ion. an1d a
wretched complexi n. Electric Bit-
:t-r- ,- tahe th- v. ri" t, re-'hiMIil-te r,. ;naeh, liver an '
kidneys and to purify the blood. It
give- strong nerves, bright eyes.
".mooth. velvety skin. rich complex-
tion. It will make a good-lookitiLn'.
clharming woman of a run-down in-
valid. Only *,, ce-ntts at W. A. D'AI-
emberte.
We make Clothing to order, and
r-present M. lHorn A Co.. Chjca,,.
the greatest ,nar,-hant tailoring con
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IF'(.r Over Fiftry )earg.
MR4 W". .*it-IW.iw'!- il xi iyuirp ha'
br-c-fln-e-'l',ma i-i ~?'yenim by n'iliaon..s A
mc:ia.-r. for lb. an .'taldr.-!a whilere-ethian4t.
With P"rt'-CI- '.''--It -e(;Zvsthe .-chb id
qRi;'flt~ Ut;.- jUa- ~im 81'ain. cureto witid
colri.. andl : the he-t r'.n,-1"! for ie'arrh'-c'a.
it wiUrl li-, ith'- pour little muft.-rt-r irri-
rnocdiiac-'y. $eiJb3 Druatg*&st- im eez-y
pA:-t ofthe1 worl 1. Twenty-flve c-:t' s 1a bott-
lii-. Be "_'_ja: awk. for "Mrs. Wan-lnw!'-
,;uuthing 5Syrup."' and take no otbrr ki:a'.


W$illiam o0l4nson & o01.


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Buggies!


Buggies!


Buggies!


-,l. rated $ a;, ,t, A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats:
te.,e-. ,at LI t"i -.


0U.1ALIICA1 ION
Of' Vow'er ir I ),- iiT:('rati<' Pimai)a
ltIr' All w!.ite J)-mocr;t-t who :are re'-
i-tet-ed aiid WIe ho h:ave paid their poll
taxes f,,r thiye- va-I l-I-,s and I .
Th*-i- per.-o is inlu-t vote itn thi'
pi'e'iml't wher,'- the', are rei-itre-d.
unle-- train-f-rred tb- file tte elec'-
tiii hby the S-, ptrvi-or of Regii.tra-
ti-ll.
Vot,-r- wl:to I.hav. r-tnmoved from
etlne pre ciiact to ai.othler-il ia'e tl.,-
-lecltlii tt ] l!N can be> t ran-It-'rred
how L'y thie .-ipe-rvisor.
('. B. PARKIIII ..
'htin'n. of Ex. Coiitllaitte.e.

'nifoirm I tak. K. ol I'.
Rath' 1' Lodge No4. :;l. K of P .
i,!' I, ;i tIzer ar.. e-ttta-iastic mt' i t-
!i:;" la-t -irht r with work in the tir-t
.i ik. T',e principle Icfeature of tht-
i i':- \wv:- ai f #f rt tto r',.'iatIliz .
t !!. I ..:.'-r-i l l aii-k. K t i' .ht- of
;'". i.i-. SVvr.,l II:i!!ie~ \\ le ,- 1-1
, ,ii ,t. a; l :tIhe outilok i- v-i y bIr ia a-
. -l.- Pyti eiat:-. 'l';ri i- no ill-


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VN'T WFER3 0.3 BON BCS.



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M IN T TONiIC


Everybody ntoted, :a t,: it' tt. --f.
lazy spring tir-d f-linr. Mo!unt:iii Mint Ton-i
, e'.' thli-. It i:ivig rat-- aid pl ri-
tie< the- blood. It ril-'- t!he- w'cr-t
ca .e of indi e-ti.n'i. It t'ilr-a per-
manently ali tomach trouihl,-. It
make- the! -ick w-1-l: t.'- w-ak
strion : a1 ld it Zive-- one- w!:,, i- :all
run di wwn a nA'w lea- ,1n life a i:: a
healthy appeiate-. Ioul u.tMMin Mli:
Tonic has bee-n tri-d by liuidrn-d- i;f
people in Peta-;l.a. eve-r.-.-tin e4f
whom heartily rnt-ci:-:,t-nd- it a-. tt-.
best tonic they -ver- u--d1. It doe-
more than we claim for it. Onre dol-
lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol-
lars. Try it. It is made in Pen-a-
-.vl.. - li- 1),.1; V F .- knmi ih, 'For


SPretty Phaetons.
CAR LOAD PRICES! srrnim; BEr

Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
YV W e will Allow Yct .m e t ini7 for t:.,: (1.1 I'.:';..
Ain t 'i Fiftry ('C. :ir-.



UIilliam 3oljnson + Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-- a.Litilfj turel- :m~ d I),-.I ,- in--


Carriages. Buggie Wagons and IDr.


S.-Repairing Attended to Promptly.


LENTEN SPECIALTIES




SOL CAIN & Cox's.


BIONI:I.E.-S C l) .ISH. TlOI :FT)l)lKIl u(l-,1-

I'IoM lTAIlY V IO. Ifl Pi

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"BUY T.HE BEST."'

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S- Cur Ice Cream Freezers: -


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PERSON --,


107 South Palafex.

.t.~eat p.,iI V -t W.3~ e A.me doig "a I,!,


,1(,w until N,..'. M:. y Yia.0 l.righ, goodm. the rriI.*
:Ard *2.114, will p:-.v f-,. :1." Dalrh ight prices.. ar'id .
Ja ko vl- M.-trs ,.I~- *r- Y.~ win. e tlpha-gi/,'- t
.z1. The ob(,et -Ct 'f WA, I!i'sra
lt'iled ote~r j- Eto give It .ke~ p' i
Florida a cfharco to k'--p i;;)..tpd-d 'r
the npw!;of the c4,mi :;r P1,lti at '9(,
campaign at -xtr,-i'-' 1- ~I w (*e-. and
aI-o to make theipmhr-tttrracqjiuijnted
with the leadin- free s ?il' en and 't to):A-ou.
Bryan no: papr nt'e o *.It-
ca~rtonsla~re ~la Ie.:. #-,w'C t hep eW Snri n-rN n


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLdftDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6,1900.
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WOMIOANM


In good condition she is sweet and lovable.
and I:.gs I f! s sung on a joyful harmonious
str;.g. Out of order or unstrung, there is
d.L-:rdance and unhappiness. Just as there
is one ke" n'- to all music so there is one key
rcte to heali'... A woman m.ght as well try
to fly w.i'ho g wings as to feel well and look
we:: wh..s the orga:. that mTKe her a woman
are *'ea< or dis"a .,d. She mast be health
.-.'. crs i':t .e hea'r:,y ots:de. There
a- *n: .sar, .,' w.m.n s, fer:ngs en'iy all
c'.etr r,:e cc :r.. ,* shaken mordes'y urges
trie r s -, :n'.tis :ne-e is nothing more
ad-..: e :.a' o a madest woman. health is
c: the 7 r"S .pirar..:e. Every o:her con-
s de-a:::n ,' ji;di i.ve wa: before :. Brad-
f.e;d's Fer-a!- F'gu'a:or sa red c.ne for
tiesa'e.ar.'.q:, "'-
es, waf to c i
ccr-hea. fa '. of
the wor--., r ,''
riess. hNd fSadI__
ba c.ahet'e al ,
e':ab ea- e, Y
at the r- .
ben exp
called re-, 1 ..
Weare :r: a.'- n
you totr., an ur. -r- 7.1
ta r'v. Brai;:ds
happy the :an Is of
." -.e.. WY at it
has done f-r o:.-r.,
it can dc icr
for$1 a bottie.
A fre- 'Wi rited
tou a&J Vh 1 t ite t

WGUAIO C3.



DANGER IN MISPRINT3.


A (aml. in ressint-( ire TaLru !b) 41-
thor ed Pra&.Iisder.

stothcr cday. "s iae, Ir. --.AI
present a 11-11-g:1autolol i -% alitio:1ii tg ill
-c-rtahhin t'e-IiuniLoti pc-u iiioil u-a l.,as 4lid
lows: *li .1. ai lkii t~iti' liattinl
the third ecdoutoi -of (I'r.'fei.-iog '%irzil

IV issueti. lIi~iit- ,- 'aC -if iiust-i
it-nc'houditiue -delshctit imlronidi ii t, is ga
e-nas fronoit ite 'iifoo.fti :rt-.ilii41.7e ii
Q-1 gniauinstiteipvd 491' c tliii (ii t*ii- it) i'iiii
grains. Thce'-tintfirt, i-.Iwie-n c-or-I-i-t '-.
in tile efopl.--,pIs'l Y'SJvet'it 'i'ias s.1ll
** -I'llijs isaill u.fit I w lp ) q,;dI .~ 'i,
'laugi- rots ethri.et via.vIt hv a;11-1141i-
'ii' t l'id ii ti I i;! :1 i i. 1 IIii'iii


11as th~ i 'I' l- i f; I l~t' ;:111
"EX- Ihiiwta. 1.c.1 t- u t:1u 'ill --I- ltc
a g:1 il tI 'll 1iii h i iii t 'i rif II ;. .:I -I I
Ill lit ole t P is 'i -11 4 ii *111.-1 i:11 a
-1.4it-blas lu I tells. ij I ;- I I I Ni-!,i-

-o-:iri a rihn.q ii- i'- l's is; I fi lii-

it,-. avrh.otr'-;'io ii I If- i, ii'; i ii-i
Th t i o e l %%- v'I k .l h "1111 ,
1The'read v. ha1ioiilic s:: .oth-ti i-ut to
ell;'I.mt-ds Evlif 111.1 1.i' h s vlitti :it
lanie rend'-. is-Ill 'hil u 'ttts li e is~
1t ,l v %%1r11 tie -uqt1e' It t l i'Th.-i.1l1* vAs
In riule. k, 14t6- %4", I'sHI'ii!i. r WT. .-~tjg
l"T he' I'i( s nli-u ci is tht-eti 'l :i l~ir
a~uang l.i'14 t15 Ei t'i.it 1isL si l-lint I
lj~i agin I.tryvuIfri'r.: 1 1.1";%I ill, 'ul.
11c ir~teitoit licaeAWi im*i-'t'rt 'ix i iu' eri-
a ion-t% s. li-i I.' 1 it i -t' ; l it- %ill Auiti


]y. Th, 1 ,t iou -. III I14lIIt r.t :ft' I 3i a
tio -ilit- l i tdo i ,ulV. iciI l I w all lie "
iA~uit'. (1gi-11si4. i1Ic---d. it iie;tint 1.li
ljis a1ga'in IiuiI f isl. erw- guinIt i:,'-; e
ItilheA IYli Ow1 11 :ft iii'wrii~i meur of 1Ii
a t hug r '-Ii lii j I alliIu-' -it lii'st 'it's
ni't Hit- :1111s1411- IAil, i i- t.w INI Tail lif.-

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ao s ii f :iI huilt s iiI Ilme I i It vhei




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l if v.4' 1 1;mt In.a-. i iIi -i f ill* \ 'T':i sI-g n' to
clorohivi-ytooig- Ltio 'atOw 44a I 4:nh-to
'i lt' tOTio t,1 o i --, itw ic!!'::ilt~v r ti-
Ik t 11; l u. 'e I1.1;-i' ti I ii\ er is-

Pt .9 t l ilt% i ha twitIc-,-I 'I apuhthi
wart's s the O miul. tilteqil,:
entatzesp'I'l itth'rtun's
halil- ot)yet it-s utaI~em~l.
us if, rk Tt I, C 11'


KEPT MARRIAGE A SECRET.
Wedded Last September They Have
Just Made It Plnblic.
Ri\Vtk)LD. Ga., Apriil 5.-A wedding,
quite romantic in detail.-, has just been
announced. The contra,-ting mprties are
M. H. Trimmer and Mrs. Nellie Hunt.
Ringrold is the hom> ,of Ilath Mr. Trim-
mer and lii- bride, but for nirr- than a
vyar Mr. Trimmer has ln'eii a r .-idtent
of Clihtt'in iii. His hbiidl is a ve-ry
hanl.soni amil a'e>upli.shed l4dy. SheI
was the- \vii- of .T Jurnes A. Hunt. wlho
was ;a Unt -itr *'f tii- leishlatmr- from
Cato.,, cu-mytvy. and whi was kill *d in
AtlaIta b1y Hi-wlett Miire during hi-
rt-niln a ii nii.1hi-r oif the legislature about
I-1 yi ars Kng..
Mr. Triumiinr and Mrs IIunt were
nmar. i,-d inl I hattanowi,-a l bust Septtnixlb'r
by L:-iuitr Rl.'irt Wallaie.. but an-
,a,',]ie- -:i';ir of thi' fact was onlyV ina1Il'
;uiili- .%uiiniy niighr. Thl'y an r -r(*tiv-
:ng ti;,.* i,ugr.itulatinis uf their manylV
il iin.-!-.
WARS OF THE CENTURY.


Turkel-y line Had lihe rlu t and Den-
mar ihlle- I.ceanlFigloIIInK.
tlt :l 1 ", ,illn \\V'i ill the
l':.i.h- \.l.l i. I i-*n i ,i ; 'i,;,n-; i in :1:i
iil:-illal el- .;I i ..m. 1 I -i.t lIhe l I ull; >t
: rini lh.i ill \\i r,.:, .rv;i l l rilain lIis
baIc01 ut1 W:;.t' l ll i t I l llii .f". t it -
ipo r,,n <0,l;' l t,< \\.a r Ei:;i tl- l-:n:land
in M.ay. Ih :. r. i, |i \iIns war be-
t l'rl ini t;<' I y 1 I'.' r ;Il .\i;lilet s.' ill
S 0,-1o q I I0p. T Il v\:ir o. I I0 :; .In.!ted

1i<'ll<'1'd I l, ier :ll it-ill ind 1 ;i lohunI
ias v n i-. [p 'i- n ,l arlnivol on t lhe -lit of Ma*y. tlitr sciap-
ed fro, lllba in .iM ar. l, 1 .". :1inl re-
l, :itnIt'liK' ;I \\:;Ir- \\liif' in t: ally I t 'r-
iinl2 ofd \illa .;li second ons the list is
lba tle ofl \V it('rloo ,1 I th e lh of .1111i4'.
Spain. hi\inth ; years of waiI rl 12 yare not
Napoleion as '.*'IIl ;1Iis .irisoi r to St.
lilt-,la., where Ihe difl ied in 1.
The n u tiopean power lllat lihis iexll
mosozt at wvar durinlt ilhe century lihas
loen "Tl'rkey--'>s y,.ars of it. as against
1;:2 of f, aec. The second on tife list Is
Spain. with ,3'_1 years (of warflare. not
ollintinig her last fatal caiiipaign. Thenl
.onite F'rance with I21 and Italy with 2:3. Great Brit-
alln has had no less than L21. tGermliany.
not counting Prussia,. follows with 14.
Swcden with 10 and Denmark with '9.
Our own country during this century
hins es(apt4ed with three foreign wars.
,one civil strife, the [Philippine insur-
rection and a baker's dozen of Indian
eanmpaigns. the longest of which was
the Seminole war.-'lhi-ago Chronicle.
Width of a Bolt of Ligfhtnaing.
Some of our foreign couilnmipoiaries
,'ita in llie interest iniig in fornmi tion
ilh:t the width of a lightning flash las
ln1t-1i iin'1:isturl el rc-eiiiely. o(n Aug. :-2'
lI st. a:'t-ordin g to i lGi-rlianl journal.
Ge;'o!-e luiiinktr aof hli' ililiinitirg olh-
svt'r\:lt I y olxninrd a |l a photos ra'lil of a
boll ofi lightnintli whichli struc-k the tow-
er lie:ir ;hl I ot, -',er\aio;.y. In this ceise
Ilt' point sir -uck was known and olln-
se st rmi'r. \ hii-li v as .,ooin It i-ers. Knowi.'-
in; the foi dist ;.c. of &%am orljctive
iof tlI' t.e inra aiil Itihe lidt illu niinat-
i':l. as s~ii\\Imii liy n th e n I ivi. it was
tipos- ibh. l, (t l -.lia ll;t' the lir) clt itl of
tlih ir -Vy Ii:ims. rI'rvl*'rt' inll'-anlldese i lt
ItY tili.- nurr-lnt. t'omparative m'iaisiu;re-
Illme'ntis v.ii! Ithe iil:l>te of lh(I tower
sihm t d I:1. it tli dlis.charg;e had I a
,l'rea ;il;Ii of alioiit ti e i\' lliliil tlers
al, l 4; .i11- t:frh of a1:1 iinlch 'T his re-
s ilt 1 4l< ,' ly <'oi'lu"s w itlh It at obtain
i'i ltV I'il.tso'l iil,,fi at a id<-s-sa iln l 'i.I..
otlIainiodl in a ititjl:i"r l iiialinel r.- W\ st-

A Wonderful lFire Alarm.
A tire alarin r coulllinatioil of tie grapholphtone a iIl
telephone. In tlie use of thle talking
alarin one of the graphophone t ..*-
chint, is placedil on each floor of a
llnildinr and connected with the tele-
phone tire alarm system. For each
machine a record is prieparetd. For in-
stance. ilr' rnraphiioplione on hlie secondit
floor of a building would contain tlhe
rl'coril. "'There is a tire onl the second
rtoo-r." eti. This r-ecord is then adl-
justed so inhat ilihse words art repeat-
*,dI inlo ti- ii'l.phione by the expand-
inkg of at lht'rl ost: t wh Inever a tire
lculitl' In lhis naly ilhe origin of a
ti,-' is lhiat0d1 iluiitt'diathly and aluto-
inatitally. The alarni also lights thli
electIric lights inl the buildirig. sets :I
r l.d li4 t ibliin:g in front of tihe. build-
ill:, to gu)idie Iit tirenien and souumis
the "l' i nli it ) Il'w stri'i-t through a
liant i':ai)pho!iine-so we are told.-
clt'i tin S' I't il.igs.

Oriental physicians have practiced
vaccination for more than l.OOu ye.ara.

E( ZEMA. Ir(.HIN(; HI'MOItS
Pimiples. Cured by I. B. l.-Biottlth
Fret to Sufierer.


Do,.s your Skin Itch and Burt.?
Di-tressi.ig Eruption-a on the Skin so
on feel ashamed to be seen in conm-
pany? Do slcab-s and Scales form on
the Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have y u-
F.czemi't? Skin. Sore and Cracked?
Rash frin ,ton the Skin? Prickling
;4e:1 iln the- Skx.n? Roil-? Pitmuplt-?<
R ti* P;iini ? Sw to'll-n Joint-? Falling
H:ti?.' All IImt Dowt1? Skin Pale?
01I Sor--.? Eating lore!-? I icers?
.All tlh,-- ar.- ,\ itnptoiiis of Ezemalla
4id Illrpurities a:uid Pol-ons in the-
llood. To c-te to tav cured tk,-
R. IH. H. H lt n-ic blood II.:In:
vtintich ink-- the blood pure and
i t'h. B. IB B. will c,.u-e th.- s,,r--.
o, al. itehinir of e( ze-lilm to stop
',.*ri-- er. thie -kin to b-come clear
Itd :he breath sweet. B.. is
!i-tI ihe reui dhy you have bee Ilook -
g g for. I h.ru-r-u.,hly tested for :V
-war-. Our r.ader- are advised to
ry It. B R. For -ale py druggist-
it $1 pr larkie I ottleos full tre-at-
ml-in:tt $5. Colimplete directions with
S.ci b-'ttle. S.o sufferers mayv *-t
,' Addr-s -BLI.OOD) BALM CO..
Atlanta. G(i. Describe yoar trouble
ind Free per-onal medical advice
4iven.


JUDGE BROWN'S DECISION.
Attorney GUeneral (riggs and Other
Ofelals CrIltiee It.
WAsmxTO ', April 5.-The action of
Judge Brown of the United States dis-
trict court at New York, in refusing a
warrant for the removal of Contractors
B. D. Greene and J. F., E. H., and W.
T. Gaynor, indicted in Savannah, in
connection with the frauds alleOgd to
have been perpetrated by Captain Car-
ter, was a geat surprise to, the itt-ials
of the department of justice.
Attorney general l Griggs spoke- of the
decision as unwarranted by the law or
the faets, and said that under it vio-
latorsof(it the law could escalp. punish-
ment exceptt by chance they were appre-
hen.iei in th district where the offen-e
wis eimnmitt ,d. Solicitor generall Rich-
a '-I- .h:tra,.teriz?,d the derisioin a- out-


Il Sie- w Store.
()l1 IIi ir-w. mvhiio lives in a village
II -|t Illit 's Wi\va .;i:ln* .lilnto town last
W t' k otilI lh, s!Y. I, 1:1'.y :""1 !iri" ilay gift
for his wvife'. iHe en'-;l :iliot vigorously
:il ,t Itrii.gled( int :i \ th-li !t way through
tlie o'rIOw\vis., lin;:ll l'iing wasilnhed
asliorm in tlh*' dol:v i :iy i" f a hariilware
e.st:ilili-l;uiienit. I i..:li:a:.i:; of tigliting
his way ally t la r. Ih- iii:lhti up his
m ni d tou im !,>i- hiis i,,:n-l:.:-I rih;lt there.
Martha vatirteil :i -w\v s i. Inyw\va".
So Ihe allowed liiiii'fit' to itI takeien il
htand lby "1nn elit'l';L'vtiv" .s:l"11:11 Hil :1 11:14hli
soon purchased for .'21 a larticleh tlh:it
\v;ia-< guaiirntetteli to coo.,ik :1willi ing !nd
ev-rytthing :IIll at one timn. lIe had it
v I'.r.-tssil out to ;tli e vill ;lndl by
etiini i .:'i st ;ati y sticce'l'd ii n getting
iets-t up in i lh kitlO n i lhe next imorn-
in withliout Martlia's knowledge. \Vhen
Shl si \W il. sie'e lutg.i d lhimi ad bealll-
el all over n'ithi dtli- lit. '1'lhen lie went
Ot atiinl killed a: young sticking pig and
iwo chickens and prepared for a royal
Suddenly a lank look passed over
the old man's face.
"Why. what's the matter, Drew?'
exclaimed his wife.
"Look it here:" he cried. "Here I've
been and bought a darn gas stove for
$21. and there ain't no gas for nine
miles."-Chicago Times-Herald.


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

Do you believe all you read in the
paper? Exaggerations in advertis-
ing may attract passing attention;
but we are not seeking passing at-
tention. We're looking for perma-
nent customers. White',.

I will repa r your watches and
jewelry in firot-class style. J. I.
Stephens.

Furniture on Credit
MoQt beautiful line of side hoard-
over shown in te(- city. Ward,-ohes,
with Ilass doors of e-very descrip-
tion, from the cheapest to the finest.
loll-tp i secretary cases elegantly
fini-lied. a fine line of china closets,
and everything contained in a first-
cla,-a furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's-
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.

At C. V Thompson''s.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
Paper; Dennison's Crepe, Etc., with
a general assortment of stationery.
C. V. THOM PSON.
No. 30 South Palafox Street.









The Original
WORCESTERSHIRE


SCROFU


Y. c. p RI .'%r.


W3. It K %i1 0 W -,


trho BDWting

DIse a of


Ia many respects Scrofula and Consumption are alike; they develop from the same gen-
cral causes, both are herelitary and dependent upon an inipure andi mi-
x-povished blodx supply. Int consumption the disease fastens itself upon
the lungs ; in Scrutfula the glands of the neck and throat swell and suppurate. cau.inng 1!4 r.":-
the eyes art i-:i:.Lnieil an. I weak : there is ;in almost t continual ,lsch.art-e irn tin- t-ar th-.t! :
bones ache, and .whiite swelling is frequently .a result, causilig the dis.ael 1-;c-, t,, "A.ork
the skin. producing in.le-cribable pain and sutTering:. Cuttint awai .v >a--re r 4.:r.'-el l
Sgood ; the blood is poionedi. The old scrofulous taint which lihas pi ,al Tit .in" ''
generations has pllute-d every dn)p of bhlod.
'^J. S Scrofula reqjuirts vigorous. persistent treatment. Thi ',.... in::t' *.;.. 1.
condition before the terrible disease cani be stopped in it- work of .l-::::.;: ". :
'- other poisonous mninerals usually given in ;sich cases do itiore h..'ri "lanu. ,. .', : '
and leave the system in a worse condition than before.
S. S. S. is the only medicine that can reach deep-seated blood troubles like Scroft:la. It 1 t. tdow:n t, ':,"
the disease and forces every v .tige of poison out of the blood. S. S. S. is the nI it uriiel \ei 'L!i. h i ; 1i
The roots and herbs from which it is made contain wonderful blood purifyi'ig pro,,',rtie-. x'>'i n ... *n 1 \t -..
long resist S.. S. tinvila: .- v ; : ., t: ..
SAVE THE OCHILDREN f.iei b. .u have re *it,.kh
enfe ed h If you hav, re t- tt. k .... -
your child has inherited any lthiai taint. don't wait tfor it to develop. biut l,.-in it best blood purifier and blood builder known, as it contains no p,(iso4nou)I nintral. -. S. is l'rc-Celi:ientlv r, :
children.
When mni d:uii iter wa. a-in :if.in' she hadl .1 ever cai-,e"f S'rf 'T' 'i r w h .it'. i tiII /' ,* p
stant care ofu physici .ns ir tu,, re tIiiin two %ear-.. lie wa-,.wT, e tii i 'ertl .u 'tt'i tie n h, v'.. i t
We almost d spai:cl f h r life. A few t ,tile, of Swiftt -T c',pc. Ir !-.r .'i;ltt' .r i -r.-e- '1
go direct tothe(-cal-e of the t'- le 1 ) not believe. it h .t11 eq al f.'*- i'.'.rtri .e !; d d
which ar- bvyontd tht: T),wer ,)f othe-r -... ailed bloodl remedit-, I l .K t.1 n l,. i.1
()uir medical dep.rtlment is in charge of expernencedi phlisic'i.T:s who have maiIl
Scrofula andl other blood I diseases a life studii. Write tlitii ;itiut ,*ir- c.a-e. or ily tie
you are interested in. Votir letter will receive prompt andJ .'reful 'ttvtii.. "iAna.e
no' charge whatever for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPA'NY. ATLANTA. CA


No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
SPe tl ,iohb" ftT-ct- in Mti' ',
hose. at WVhite's.

WAITED.
Waited tio ky all kinds of Secoi
nlu Furniture, NMrchandias, Ac.
Address Box 142.


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Fuel Gas



Alphabet
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A

B

C

D

E

F

G


I








N

0

P

Q
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U

V

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z


was an ANCIENT who used
to burn wood.
iq for BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that he after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pa-s.
was his FOLLY in not u-ing
gas.
is the (AS (eorge used in hli-
,-t)Ve.
i- thle HEIGHT of joy ga-
b)riou lit to lii- hlimu e.
i-,::t h,- INDIAN: lie doesn't
u-e (GAS.
cannot nIe it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wl.,re (lAS
i. the fuel.
is the LA 'NDRY. they'er
both of 'eni col.
is the MONEY, saved by a1
Gas Range.
is for NOW. the best time for
a change.
i- the OFF'ER the Conipany
makes.
is the PROFIT. d-r.'t make a
mistake.
i- for QIESTION ; no ques-
tion at all'
is the RANGE you asiould
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yoa make, if
you do.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
saved,too.
is tlie I'NION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION. now cut it
ad.rift.
is WIhi)OM in having in
chaiige
plu' Thrree Dollars to buy a
Oas Range.
is for YOU. plea-e ob-Prve as
yo4 pa?-.
i- our ZEAL to, -upply 3 ou
with GAS.


- NI. FfrTS Allays Irritation. AidsDige
RcS Aiu ts eB4%.
1[ IStrngthcns the (0,
ScWILLA I Makes Teething F.
A% A. (Teething Powders) J. TEETHINA Rlieve% th.
Troubles of Ch.ldrer
C-osts 0ly 25 cents at Dhigsts. ANY AkE
ormail "':.'nt, toC.J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.


E. PETE.SEs T,
o--PROI'PETUK OV-o

CRONIeS SA LOON
o-DEALER IN-1

fmported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars,
JUG TRADE A sjUZAMALTY.
Corner Ralmont and DevillierPw 8t. PKN4ACOLA, FLA

Cold Weather
Coming. ond in
ordersand Jetus fill your bin bhf,,:- :
cold snap arrives. Weo will snd y,4
best coal you can procure for Pithe.r lral -i
or beating purposes at reasonable pric-.

T}Ompsor, Olser) ( o..
D* 'ii ers in

Coal and Wood.


office and Yard: a I. Corner Zarrai. -..-
and Rallroad Mtri.t-ct.


P .I~Is.


.1. -. I- j.;sE-


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT,
D. G. BRENT,


W. K. HYER. JR


7i4 0i uUi N*6m Bhahp hut Sal

IWWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Britain. Irelsan
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Bppain. '-uam, Rssia 1b, r
way, Sweden, Denmark and otner uropean cour rise.
'WVewsels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and their
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Desmination Ten or Fifteen L ays
*fter Veasel Arrives snere.
W 'afety Deposit o-es for Remt lA Ooneeotlona
with whieh we have a Private Aparwai t for the Ue
off Noetow..




McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

mam mr *01 oafib rtfr ftH


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


MOBILE, ALA.


SAS RANGES $13. Connect d Free. THE ORIGTP.&L--


Beware of Imitations
John Duncan's So::, Agents, New York





WING, HOP O.,
-Importers and Dealers In-
Chineam and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,=*
FPINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 81 HMoth Palates S-eet.
Laundry Office PENSACOLA, FLA


Pensacola Gas Co.,
MO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


DBINK LION BEER!


Endorsed by all Physician- a. tflhe
only Beer ab-olutely ree from adul- I
teration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Try It. On Tap at ll Salmc.


ST. LOIS


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAlh, S3le Wholesaler.

U' S ILW !HIS11E3. BiIlDIES 111, IIPOBTID I 001Dot.'
Paul Jones aun Eclo SpriBs ,eleratel uiisi
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELIY TonIC.
PHONE 1.54. : : : : P. I. BOX 7
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Frre l)ellvery to Any Part of the t iy.
,wAll orders ie:t at TbnOffice., VIdal BmUlb, will t. caT.--
at tended to.


Telephone No. 147.









EMBALMERS TO BE EXAMINED
IPrepatioom. Mlakag to Coply With
the New Law.
MACON. Avril .3.-The embalmers of
Georgia will soon undergo an examina-
tion before the state buard of embalm-
ing. crTateid by an wat passed at the las i
e-.ion of the It-gi-4ature. Formerly
there ha.- b -en n- law in the state con-
trolling the .-nmalmer-. It was not uee-
e-%arv tv, h,,ld a dii'lIma from any l.ge of ,.niralminig in order to pracrire-
in th. ?.tat,'. nor w!>: it n1c,.sary t. hold
a livr.-- troni any ii ar-d under thei.o n-
tr,,l of S.*v.fra.t pr,.niiii-ut enilialminrs teok the
inatt rr ii i;i a!'.d l-t y-iar and are re].in-
t.;bl4- f' '" TI.,J -aw |KI-4 L


To 41 oitipltet he Cot4 l t pri hoivie.
i- 'n Ala.. .\unl.:5-Thv ~build.
ing(f-flIimitt'l 4.ftht- 1.A-udvidalt- county-
i~iilfli~i 'f~c. .u lrt has a~dierti!-led f~or-
l)mds for the (' .npli-' ti' f tilft, ew iifiv(' 41
h*'u'-'-. Tib' imitravt I or wh ich iwas-, riggi
.11k--i'-lA t ii' *Li4viv1. ci llnr'.. inlthe. jibl
find 1ftIf i, i T-lnr.'h. R~r-4naie
-fa .;Ul,*tv .:A. viilii.oil tIoaded Mar.
0181 -rr- n.i attth*, Iiae.-ting 4,f thlt
*fltii~i*,r- i.1 rt-:-4 ri 4d tim.- rich t t.,
r'-y-cetallI i1x .11 ( 1-4-4 it-il l #- ett~c litr'a' t
utwI11 rho-ir 4 nr- .u'i- ja. iht-erI-
SWme4thir-,1"ift. 4. *'''IVI! (11. 11v tit~.
rvounhi.-Ii tiitt. (t r.
11rake% Iteabrrc--teI.
W1.1 3 iA V aR 1'i i rAk ''. ii -_1 I.'ll t 4I I
m ah l n i I I I-. 1 I i a k N h -i A l i l l 1 I I 1 4 1v
4'ar wfl %II h.lr i-' ;a sI
tia". Hp. hg.Itild r..I,-r.t,.IIua*dlaal

an~ttho-r idiltri-a ?fl'l'I.lie I-- I~ .\ rIl-i*4
TrarTL~l .%!I.Jal -t f I h I-
arond it.-nian iw .. Ta \ be, i ..i~I i I
In pursuit. a~aIal'' iti'. 'i
murdo'r diI!Mr. Vin-'..
Shiishet rg Ne-Arroi'sn'-ii k.
n~: ( Ar:1 .-A~t ih., A]
tanuilahac \r--on- 111.4 X,-IlWe-diitv lunorli-
ing nan-Ii r fr. iiiLib.it-t -iuntyn -at
to-litedt, rai-Ae a rip it. The negro dIrrw
at pi-.tfesil ,1 :ii..rmxite~ndent (Aih)lar. 0&l
Lar wa.%ti narnm.-4.hUit rani to his h-ouse
and prol1Inv-ul a A !unis~'~. Th* n*egro ran
aware. but fir-d tive timest at Mr. Collar.
(Jrllr cha-*ed him about a mile and lo-
tvited three romuds 4ofbird -.hotint rho
inegr4. tout he ee...-ape.d He at#..mpted
to get other tloropes into a general riot,
tout the- did Till! take any aitock in him
and i -i'itfail#d.
The Iron Market.
NF,% w .ev.. April 7-Dscsmn di
c oldlit il IIIof thit, ;n'ii awlmeInatal tratilf'-
The loomAg, 1- 5.lnv '-,ayAlimevent ott
$prent inmloo-ltan-im I-Vil"(N- mljletiolini
t i ii~vv.nsA in I iul ,111of iue-tern %ht-vt nilill-;
untder thilit, nillei(-f !hv'Amea.rican Sh.,(,t
'itE4 tin(ffimuiv i~iithe .Ap.Ilbo144ron and
the e(' imin- MIT" 11' owt-Iweful iln the ,.betw
104ii11 lnl'iri' A 1 iaitillt-iat feling pr.*
rail, aitmi hg h mrg.-t prohirl(inig intere-,.t
that with Thi- paxisii of the.- teattoit for

W11 Parto.- t he S't re-etts.
CiiLUmBv-. (ina., April 5.-Tb. city
c~bujacil ha- i-I tt'(l t# I- pc-nd *iOUOopay
Irng 4cit.- 1.1 whi f To.'nh ..trept and out
1thiwk of l'ir!.t aic-zti with vitzifitd brick

WASRJld:-TO%. April L.-After thf- dia.
yw'.itwili of molrninIg hil-tinesi Mr. Gelha.
;:or (fc %.fNw Ilamp-jbix" addrewod tAL
benat.t ill e -.ii' iiil ating QwzLy.

Fi 3DIiarv Reward.
Tliosp partio-z ruilty of breaking
-Ito sclofiIl building- ~Nils. 1. 40 ai d
di and mutil-itirw ,.:It, are- hert-b'v
notified that the reward ofelf $#utI.-ro d
tor the arr.-Q, avdunit oivjicti.,n tit ally
tonme for break tug i :t4i a schot-l built;-
aig or chtos 'I htiiidmIzg out- hotie.
'taitil holds good.


N I. CtK.


6 lw


Have YLur P.Ainting
and Paper Haning doe, by up-to-
date peopl.'. in an up-t-i-date styl-.
by patroniztng. J. E. l- & Co.. No.
11 N. Palaf,,x. Phone :1- 04f-tt
HARPER Wni-key i- liquid mu-
,ie. bottled poeItry. ripe'. mellow. r-
!rebhing an'J delicious.
?OLD BY
DlNNHIi:S It BRI()O.
|Pcla tol z, Fla.

A beautiful assortment of 50i .nd
c7 ceut. ,pr ,. .-.hair- at \,a Iit .

The nicest and emos' v'/l-
ish line of rugs and inmat-
tings ever exhibited in Pen-
sacola. at .larston 4
Finch's bi'fu rniture house.

Hanan Saioe. the late-t Sprin Z
-tylvs. ,at \W h:te's.


(C',.),ol;tte ('Cra':m; Mint Waifers.
It v-.a: de-al'-r I .- hnot gt thelin,. tell
!liil *," t, t thu -mi).
.i1'it rp(',.ive 2.'% Inlot dozrt. iof
1i:'! t>t tt'l..;t \V I lt>-' .

We are Sole Arenits For
Kav--r & Allmian '-. <'li.A-. M. N
It1l :"'- a tm 4c";e\'-l!:.ld W all 1'a,'rT
t '. I"i e \VW a ll :tp:a p i'l 'in
., .i.uplhe. J. FI. R A Co. No. 11
N. P.llaf.. '.one :;-'. 24f-tf

Iron, bedstca 1. are ('ol.
comr'ortalbe and durable-
just what yo( need for
summer use. Call at Mfars-
fon 4 Finch's andI select
one.


M-- Cohen, Friedman- Ce's ____
In 1*ere Itnot for hbamberI=' OFICES.
I lan Balm," writes Mr. W. H. SM-
pieton, Hermiote, Pa. "I have bee_
ARRT ,D. afflIcted with rheumatism for several
Rr .a .,inros., '... Hatck, Wilmington years and have tried remedies with- oohen, B& s WObe
t, w 0 KOer a &. out number, but Pain Balm is the -------
--- best medicine I have got hold of." -- ae toA 1s e
.*%A I TD. One application relieves the pain.----
Fr sri iurru n.Scott. Fiu-o' For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal- I NKAVI from ,ny tt,-
c"". hn.I 1: B ;,a.. I urct, ivan. at row s t e a? o. ai gray muy tte fe r tr r
tier bk Hensa-im. ltcl neider, Lisbon alOX street halter: reward for r-',rn .
_...*at i ik or V 14 dt'o.va I-.. .


4 %FA %1 1.
Hr q A rlington l.'i. Kntu I.'tti- Gulf
I r o fo :, ui(1 i witUII. wi~th %.I j 'uari; bales~
1!it-mm ti tmtcritrvalued at

AT QCARANTINK.
N, .~~ .H i re.Hmn'-. Cuha
I't hk *'a, la a N ift -. L,-.,%ichiallti-)'. AM-
au o rde-r

THE SRIEPLING.
*VKSIPIAL8 LNP0O91

Isr ,j pzio "'.&ui-. tu v,# r3Krx -.r 0.,
Fv -r~roiha...hi:. 1 N ew4ovt-. ti, W' S
-rti I Ia.. F. Eaibra'1.zi-, t'I.)W i- he'-

r 1h~. ",!:-f '1;i:. t toHa ,& ..I'J'T:& (I0

Ki I,.!' ;n(, >. PI t )G-_,1if Trati-at


MAR~KS.
INI AI z-!A1.0.-A.111. -I''-2.HrI.tt to.IWB It-r
-ot~ii 21. Pk':t.'IOI, I I tMr apd'
N. i..I.:,, tud. I -11tot-or4i-
It I) .- 4 11* Vij. :41. I .tra..-ai.Ion, !( ord,-p-
I -rz 1- 111-.'.1; .. 1 -.ru. U19-l o I" 'i-al .-. ou
lu ..% '' r Iu w-I
Itil'L'.u. 1 .IA r-II. t.) S kI..Y-e-
4.i--i is 4l u a
N It '1''r.ltit. 1..trJ utli to N.V .ita
1Lis iit, r I
hii'. I )-:-inl.7.1..7to, JohnsnL. Bi iacola.
I t-1 e It4 44
NrPiprf.-c.i,<. v 1.Lar-.-n. eld fIor ti~
it~t 11-ijiv--rit. 1.,10. Hozztouli lo-&%ci' brop'
Nor '114 IJ,id 4*81, Ilum.111toi'eL PtterliskD. iOWn-
I1i4 & IL4)
Nia..r M4afid.:'N. ~Ppt'r%#en. tol order
It'li en?... 16v7. itiord.-ftlI. cad for Moorm.'alIoo
_ALiti Vvdti.-L..7.o. Eitca.r, to Et E .imun-
i1-r- &441
It N'..-nvz718f,%4,5. Ferrari. cld. for I I-sbon
(icr Pily. 47.3. MIUnoo. to order
SC It, of 0 9i14 .
Am I lorone.v ( readich. 607,Leank, to J no
Ami.l iosm A Kavis'.. .Benson, to master
,%nokH jalimhr. s-u.i. Axs-l-ol. to niailer
lir J1ulia rKIjjzldwthI. '-,.Sweetizug.. to niab-
1jr Nlntt-.iI itiingI'l~. 1.Roberts, to ma',ter
TV. eLKAMEL AND ISAILLI) NOB 1'K
SAC (LA.

-'Ii iv- r'n'i'i. Hr. 17.12. Huh 5mitach I-

..,poo! N or. f I h i. i -sen. Iirin.toiby
\:ipi ?. *-I ,re.-roe~k NMrch i
N ., in. N or. At-, 1.'-.u.Sb i-ill... 4arc'i 1%.
~. 4vT1iifl. FHr. 1414. WZII :. arri'. .'A Rot-
Fiv. tir1 1Inni4?h
aIr I.' 2.r.. f.-aiArmt%%-rp Msiuch2
RIFT IPA
~r~-at ~r -: I.tdtlleIic.an *2.'
114 Uv.
i. a ~! '! :.It. .Id Mfar'eil lee JAY, :'
1k:a!!i.'. %o4r 1:., 7. -1i1 A.,twe'rp Icse it
1 1. A- 1 11 .ATf i lt Il t' 13 IV FI- ,h 1
2-if o :. %,-,-: I tl,4'*4a -.'P I -.1
I'ItA.Ntr.. :1.4, k(t1I,,er March 1,1
o t!Iahl I. -wil. -; 1 kHulIlIJa n I
1.t. IA ~i)z .-I v.. rN or. w., 1, at .% itIwe rp
P:riir fs : ,I I sa
r':!I-; *U.uttii I:ti-. -id 1ino~corn a irc'l
it -F41. t tt-.,* -id 'dat-lIs -pt1:21. a-4aorp
No _j e-ar Fort R-)ysll
r.Nor. -al Prt..t.ti 11Ie'i
wt.-eflno t4a~ahiini. It. I :1r -Id (versoa
MIartchs
l~eflt ge-. .N or..7.:S. r .in luckttltwit Nlarth T
.I'ibatn Iri No~ .r -ill(t hri'.tianeiand Nov 10
.l.,bxi.l-. Nor. "2.1 ionobmhtrg Detc Iu
'441*: IIIMan4rg~reh.1, 5'Aid. sid Cap.' Town
.I Icho I B. I t. q dsd(;pufii na Mare h 4
%I Isk rvi iitI I. 'lid H milhu rg. N4ov
R~a-a..Iu-.k". 'il.1drIvn r t~arol--V-h.
Mothne A,.IIt ''.. N .411Mer=-t114-si March
'dvpa. tu~.. 'd La fi'stliae 4Wt'_1c ?2
lPion.-. .(r. Iii je lt- at Loindon %1arch 11

Rpso IirIs-ie 1. It. 1*1-j. qtId M.a r-el 14% Feb 2,
K*-hte. Da~n. 4414. at HhisshisJanl.2s
-t-1-6 tc It. vilet Lfa Psal. Nov 115
Vssilutn. Nor. .a Litta Mcb F)
%'I 'aicInhsi, Itotolsd MeeIad~ are.Pb :.N
Nobby S'pring Suilts for young men
at White's.
CIlewi nIn i., lndio% skirts and waist
ia~ one of our specialties. Stcar Latun-
Iry.

11till Hangs High.
(diswell- I bad hoiped that thee baick-
bweofi'o the wviuter was broken.
IDukane-Andi t isn't.
(;asvvel NO; net even tlime gostlso
boone.-Pl'ttsburg Clmronicle-Telograpla.


Beus thme ~T1hauKiM VimHats MapsBo,.&,~


fiet I tio-w H at fromn our 1(pletid I


.1larston Finch are
headiiuariters for ham-
mnocks. either fine or cheap.
Call and see their stock.


Co'irms, COrr.FYE; A Pronounced Success~=a*


Roasting a Specialty.
Have you. tried Swans'
Down four/ It is the whitest
and sweetest on the .meri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 24 pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Delatour's Ginger
.Ile; best Mineral Ulaters
oai the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
$.1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly RI.asted
('o/feex. '
.TAS. I'HUGH,

I holeh sale and Retail Otro-
cer. Phone 10-:.
Ev-'rvtltizi iii s.prinza uinl-rw-;ir at

If V4you want to -,o-wh,>tlier yv,'l
buy '!" -in-t-" oll o1f theI hai"d-'n -lt'
Htad cl, pq--t Hlgh--l'a-s \V'IalIut
KH- id-ro m Set- -ver *-xhibird tit-r.'.
,,I to .. Pry. ,'N I tr:;tin l1-urni
til'n? If tu-e.
wef wi!il laItin(d'-r ywir ,pradl- fr,
15 Celit- eia'i and rnake thtl I ,1),)k
like new Str Laurdry.

JNo refrigerator on 'the.
market can equal those sold(
by Marston "' Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.
GOING DOWN HIIIIL.
People suffering from kidney di--
eases feel a trradual but steady lo-s
of vitality. They should lose no
time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It is guaranteed. W. A. D'Alemn-
berte.
Your Credit is Good


For anything in our house. We havc
, large as~.ortmnent of Couch s. Bed
Lounge-. Toil-t sets and Bedroomi
Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 up.
0. M. PRY()OR'S
Bargain Furniture House.




Brittles surpass all other inake~-
peanut, coeoinu.tt, pop corn and wal-
nut.


CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
Signature of /

Our mi-ion i-s to cloth Men and
\ Iyvs, from lead to foot-White',?.

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


v Triporp-Ity APi 14-A r
HualdinK. Pulafox z
I 4ANA4ATl' IIWi.sr R
TA I N E 1) Y PA K FI F .
81-:6URITIFMKHY c %!
1,I1% % F1 8H E I.' ,
ST FE J:r.
I. jll 'XANl I ,,' -




'2 lh t-,1...


....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.



Ir9 Our filliqiry Dbpartm rt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec-

tions we are Showing them in

Ladies', Misses' and Children's






OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT


Bristles with New and Modern

Styles in Ladies' Misses' and

Children's Footwear. See

Prices in Show Window.


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.,io S A1LE-Tb.. Ual-, (!...
t ho. C1T Vi' l 0t IUV T.* lii- r.,
P,-.aI Kwtate Agt-ne.n4y I.. H&.. A

I~~ ~~ A 1913'AN H.K lWA HI
l'almf~ox:Pbon.-A 6,6
ANiwif. anro-o- h' 410 l.'.C12*
t:11 W.'oou Chie.. *Tr.'"t.
N ANTIK~i-All kinds of emptv *.~
VWhisky bottles. B. A. YMZKDUAN
nov~st
W ANTEIM-Olt beer boUleesa$ Idanzi.6~..
ser Brea. t


u111n 1I'314'lr 1in H,,mir '.".'.. 11.t-


~fISSM KLIMEKCH I lVN Pr mii!
M &and i%:x(I.d*rwmIrtvu i t,,.%
it." fifth tI'rni in tbs .- 1'M
ner f Poil wtani(] lt*. k-
Itranct'oa J&1ek-on. T.'rfli,.$ *~..

A L F, AN 11FEMA 1, V M4 -11
pare-, for c.iol.-g. or htujm- %-J 1H
.I.'Il. princ-ipal. %ight t-ril b-.-





I'he*" vr-. I*~epr*I 'to eve-i.,


phone 'r tf
.4A V AI&Wl" R ES MAI 1 VT
IIeptirted Daeily few Tive %.-wm
Moeas. A. MXm
Kuo414 4.
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*F. E. BRA4 ZK ITNEKlb'ica-Mm -
so tebra,611 Wall t-I.L' n,
P -- -- -. .. M- k11 % M I LAn &JfA kr A6-tb ___the- lb* of o Vessel. I


SKl 0 -PlIPE hOUdSE!



i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR


Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dress Goods,

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


27T-inch Zephyr (Gingritml ,ir
price. .......... ......... ... 12'
:.-iicht Spring l',er ;tl'-. ,ir
price..........................
:;',-inch V ry sheer \Vhito L.aw:n.
our price....................... '
27-inch ('he-k N:itok. oir
price ............................
I1.-ivch 1e liit,4' :111l( Ci I d,

l'Ai i r................. ... ........,
,',.i-inchi Solid antdi \V';:;,.- lick.
o ur price ................ ....... 1
1 Yard-Wide St.a L.-dlad ('. ,t,
a t ..... ........... .... .... ... .


Remember the Place,


Calicoes


N N I'--


Doxncstics


AT THE OLD PRICE


No Advance:


I Yad. limde byi.-141i(lle B ('41h
While it lasts ..............
41 Iioc-4' Lates.t Calico at........ -1c
I HoIf:ivv. at .........1:',
r .at fd ....... ..........
.111-1t tci'.i ve~l a full line elf Skirt-&
i1 (1 i it '. z alt m lr prn-- are th.t .
I'art-.i- 4']I thtlffIlils Iela, at1
1 .7 11 (1 A 1.2.
k *t -- -1- -. ,11*-&.4 I
'tr-iv I H -!I air-: athI TA


Gulf Transit to.,

nlor evnefltdfleIP .1
alble for debts ciIw
the arow of, said veseesi.
Boars, Duowndy & i o


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half ,,o irnp(-rtaiit
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MIO US6E


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GENTS' FURNISHING

Z CLOTHING DEPA]


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.

YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE.

*COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*-
MAIL ORD)E-S FILLED) AT ON('I:.


f. z W. B. WRIGHT COfMPANY,


MANIN -A'(T :- i;EISl- ANI I 1.KI:.' S IN
LUMBER, LATHS,


SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLE--Kli-Drici laps
PENSACOILA. FLA.


2~


4,


- :r- 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


F.L RRW i'


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