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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 7. 1900.


NO. 55.


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


M-.rti I Henn of Ultudon. Kronlandh. It.
%I i arv. Matir~snie d ortirno. J. S. Ieo--t.
Hurri Thornton J. M.. Itotwri%. J. 1.. Outt-
t~i.. u"I d Lit-ut. Ct in r. Wood of I fie navy
Na at'(l-f i~. Nlcqul buth Lie.ut'.
~ i,,u 4) t' I mid ole or Foi.rt tsar raic aI..
E .%!i I i ti. -.f IFort iatrainticam..(Capt. C. A.
A-m rti N. H Pi'arquhiir L-t iion
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liOGAi JVE&JS VOTES


Local fore(-asI for Pnaaacola Gand t'nesnaw

'I /e migntelam Iin iii-t24 he,ur.,. ..f.
Uhas. E. Masoin of Milton. regis-
tered at thje Mercliaiit la-t uaigmt.
1). (C K'tchui 4ifChit lol-y. revi'-
tti-r d at t li-iMerehiatit-; tuis Iit)rililig.
Hlolliig Whjitfit-hi of Hrtini-wick.


v. of A'zhborn. Ga., w~
3111111;Z I1-1t t AhV...rri~ :l- at thte

Nl i-.- I tic., daug'itt r of l,:ev. anid
#-d.h ln-rtolday*I~. t*IAIy -e~e
(C If. ('ranto- iand 1'. S. ami)O ofl


has made many friends, leIvpe to-
day for Pensacola, Fla., where he
intends to reside. The ~epnial Leii-
tleman will be very much miss' d
here by t.ose who knew him as Pro?.
Hall, the fencing master.
First Universalist church. east
Chase street. Services. Sunday. 11
:1. in. Subject "Palm Sunday;" 7:30
Subject 'The Doctrine of Proba-
tion." Everybody cordially invited
to attend., hats free. Rliv. R. P.
Ambler. pas o-.
Tne Chiploy Light Itfantry will
-ive an Easter Monday ball which
will outshine any ever horptitoe-
given by l hIll. Tire e\, nt is in *'he
hands of v mpetent conlnittees and
a pl;a;tant evening ii assured al'
Who atteiid.

?OL'I:I AFRICAN WAll
lIeis Are Encouraged l)y Ilecen.
Brit itih Ieverser.


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:r -O tl tM g V -I. to
1 I f- 'w' of her liallnd
S -' a. .'.rk ',:. T-ru-day.
t:. iti I c.-..t Isr1 t -oreI..
MNattrv CIamli.. lt!o l.tS-Lt"'
a -:. o? tbh New N ork.
S\ ..ry r nvatied a tf- fr..-r.-1s t
r etiila-. on t(i- lt-ani
S,1 \ tl the New ork.
v M'.v (C iaffin and lIaltsy Hyer r",
*n. on rTuveday inortin ngrfromi
.. .1 -. wherbre hIY bad bee u for ( et

% frion- of Mrs Pletasnts are
*. welom her in her old borne.
S. ;. a'-rivr*.d on Tuesday from Jack-
I und ia now the iuesetof Mrs.

v- ."*e of Rock Island. II'.. is the
'.r broitbhr and tiaster, Mr. and
mit-. Ahretromble.
:-. tne ( %. '.-uilng tirown op.-i for ati *nt-er-
not lirst <'n atin-I' h tei ipaIciioi
a ad bwen ardd. arnd ottiher most
.. n-e made oI tse anterior of
.ng. It at now ione of tbe hand
S h roonms an the Mouth. This re-
i;t, given by about tlairtry-six mn-i-
S'.- club. comIplimentary to Roar
. s tariujahar and other ofltc rn of ttie
. I*-k avatit and Malilae then in port.
o t ii.neial.4kon waben thec club could
... -proud .f ihetr build aig. Thin dv- -
.-, inmtte-". wilth lhr.e ladies n.ii
.e-a-- did the work most thor-
t- 'as- o. all nations lent tlhe:.
.-I,,r to add to thqe effect. while-
S .A liaevely flowers gave a tro)i(acl
t hi- *cene, tie' gract-ful loopiag ."
* ... -. tie- artistic arranizenienit iof
a I m .-ar bhowld that deft liunger Iof
.. iad tivon thee daintyV touch needed
-. -ttti perectit-on. Then wheni thi
.i- .ti, l'd. the bright and halitidstoni-
.- of the- ladies. thi- array of gold
t,alttton which make* up thac ext.-
nailitary mrain. tih f vta1 even-
-- ',f t. i 'ivianan tht- cliarmn
-l :Ifil asid in-piring ntstic.
: -.t inade a tee'n*e of o nflmalt-
-g to tb r-tilewiic-lire Thi- re-,p-l-
l -i Dsn..ntI 'e t ti lilany flartW -r-
-f ii'- attelt ion. as uns-urp saitt-I.
wi \ M 'll tealld l'ted thle1 ar a l\ ite-re
: i Iidr.- ..of a.-l mIt front .lu ,ige
li- ttesnor-G 4ro*It-s at *upleer tattl-
.* % lmitral ial uhal 'l*-ii rit..r.- ,-
s- ns. adslel eclat to t.:ii aitttier
*i-tv- of 'Pensaeola todo, heo:or ti,
i oifti-cer.- f file U'nlltd l stat.,
S ..- t.-lowan a I a li-.t o ttho e. wi:
: '' is r->'*litioi .
S- ,-ia't-r. ie th*e navy yard. bla( k
.* t l- i .
V V(' ain'.lh of Fort Harran>'- co-
r-.: t-k -* i.
V i.f fCrtt arrancat*. nil- trreren
h -*i.'. traiumings of cihltffouI anI
v f Fi-rt Barrancas. Itlack
4 'It '-ll: f c Crei- velvet.
v '...1itn of Atlanta. ( S,. anrid thite point lace trini-
l:.-..-*e. black net, ribbon tritn-
,- 'k.V-* v-wt and rose'q.
"on (r*-e*n. tan crepe a:t!:
v : -,nti. blu. salk anIiJ tate
v" ilta't.-n. Black and g:sty bro-
lo,*':-l triimming*a
.SIn. abiteand blue -triped silk
*. rb. black sllk with roo pink
-. ,- Ur Monngomery. Ala .aht
i naturall flo. w-ri.
r ti ort barranes. handsoin.-
v .-k -ttd neot.
S* t. -' lacn,'.-f lili Ia il la-cd
v.- lirestJen ialk. pia.k vel-
S l.,k Ilaant>. Illd h:te
*i- tir lini.a.
S ..,l. art.** -satin. black nt-t
,-' 's icf Jac'ksonvitll l.;ack
'r '. -a ci n : La *iaa "i"* r ** .
,, -- .- lttckt bro icade. atilte
v 'I..% I-a k tntld ci.lt lac'e
t: .- htl yard. pai naL a';,
t ,. .astan and 'o t -ii
: u.n. *,i anit cost u rile
m, nin. a !il:,- i- i.itrand.
'A' .;i2
;. -.k. tr;tr iil:ni !>
a,.t- allk amit ;t,'i
li t t'l *' 1 ,t ti
titr ail.-'
a r- .: in tl- .. ra. -.
.. .* >, rga-t i.l ndy and

re- t.. tr .tiv. an I a e,1
1.-. -pal.,. -:,"d Iin .I *.- ,
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the I# t ,,y, itialictiira ; l)r. rI;uce wa- ca.tlle-d and found it
tlePv--;a< v to i1l:ike two -titche- in
thf w(und. Th piatienrit is d i.ing
nicely to-day.
Prof. J. M. F. Hall of Vienna,
Au-t.. but late of Biloxi. Mis, ar-
rived he-re yeterd.ty afternoon Prof.
Hall is a teacher of physical culture
and languages. Of himn the Bilxti
Herald of April 5 says: Captain
James Mark Edmund Von Hall-
magyi. Ph. D.. M. D.. M. A., of Vien-
na, Austria, after spending nearly a
year in Biloxi, during which time he


i I 1 iS THI: M N.
(':.i-. H. Hi-z i- theo ,tin t who ad-
verti-es Pen lacel lHe ,J.-s it ri :ht
anld d errves-.% our .-upport.
A ele-g:ciit a-sortnient of truntrks
a-id vali-es at Whitt'?s.
So11in follk' pretenic* to always
titidestsell tl- world are rather tire-
<,tm-n. No one ha- monopoly of
braius and money. It will be a sir-
rv day for this town wh. n competi-
tio:1 ceases. White's.


.-I-Jv IN 1. AN 10 K WS X.
Secretary.
New spring arrivals in Silk Neck-
wear, at White'-;.

We will scon receive a
fine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
Marston 4 Finch.
Crossett's Young America 13 shoes
for young men. the best shoe in the
world for she price, at White'Ls.


t't-t-t(i c i Cr -alit VN a!-r- 'esiii--
th i az heio-. Y'Vicar ealse-r '-!;Loud ta iV#
at- It!.


The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the


We aim to .ave all toods on -al, DURHAM. Try them at
thorouKnly reliable, because ti-here i.s D'Alemberta
-i ch a thing as ti:inrtaiiin-g tl Aembertm.s
zrade all ;,long the line. and no mat-
tPr how low ani article mayv he 1I) dozen Scriven'e. Patenrt Elastic
priced at thi- ,tore yvou can re lyon s)i n drawer, at W0 c- lt per pair, at
its quality at all times. We keep White--.
only what we can recommend, and D
we recommend only what w- know DURHAM lgars hlAv
i& tru-tworthy. When we tell you FO equal For sle
the merits of a purcha-e you can lo* r e a
rely on the assurance. White's. I D'Alembere'e.



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l..,:, i., ..t n H,,t,-I,t,-. I..u,. 1 w. rtan-i- iytv aruiveu uire til i:t,>r- LOXNI.N, April 7.-A Prtoria dis- q, ,
.. .- .. II. M. :at -r r. ur W. ig anid are guait-: :at thle M1 rch-'uit-. patch say- that the British troops
t.' dio | H, sll|'rrthr, Le r bte to. t
.'a .I I : retIk I.v,'. *'-* ,'nI I I-. r not fail to look (,i r l ss & captured at Kornspruit have arrived
P A ,-,,, \AIn i I. w, \,-. ('.; reader- .aboit tyv **-creins for there. The prisoners belong to the A .
i :,i: vI..,.r. K. L.-yr vour window-. They have the best. Prince of Wales' own regiment and
he sight of the brhliiantlv dressed
S- dr ., ...h e ., l i, .. r' .. hhe o m:lck-s Maud Spufrlitr, ('ar- soldiers of Great Britian's crack re;
: *,:... -,l a a t, ).... u ,, t e rie 1.h.' and ( prav arrived thils irnent greatly delithtid the burgh-
1 ^: .- Ir r. Mr rri- iear, l t F. trIiih. i fronti the fi-hing grounds ers. 'Jlie prisoners were exhibited
Four tabei m.-. tiiiII.d i ith with ...00 snappers. to encourage the burghers to carry
_'iJ,-. .ard the. iit prize" a 11 tevn byv M r .
.,<. c-;-- !tas, oilyv. -; i.- .,' ",.-oi Among the new guestQ at Hotel on the war and the effect was in-pir-
pt.T... a hau itiinIted placqu-. was prse-int- E-caniahia are F. C. Hammond, N. ing. Five hundred British subject- ,
e to Mrs. N Kata. Atesr eth games dt-- .. H. P. Chenowith, Louisville and have been ordered to leave Johan-
Ster wr sred. J. NI. Cline of the C., M. & St. P. Ry. nesburg today and one hundred have
Mr..Bryan fI unwody invited a few friend!- been ordered to quit Pretoria.
to Join her on a trip on the bay ont Tues.1sy Mrs. J. M. Howell and Mrs. E. C. The British detachment captured
mioraming. th otjeo.tive point being a visit Stout have returned home after a by the Boers at Reudersburv num-
to the ifl .t. pleasant visit of a few days to rela- bered 691 men, of whom 4.5 were
The sam* day Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hyer tires and friends in Montgomery. killed and wounded. The Boer b b o lu te ly P a e
entertained a number of their friends on Mr. E. B. Morey, the genial mana- force that attacked them is esti-
te stueanter Anitelo in a similar manner. ger of the plumbing department of mated at 3.800, with five guns.
The I oung Ladies iuchre club met at the Chas. H. Turner, the contractor, is
home of the M assues (iolsteker at three quite ill at his room at the Mime Sammer Heat.*-This is the season
o'clock on Weidn-day afternoon, and after house. for bowel complaints. Green ap- Makes light d hot
Uodstucker was found to bhave won the Geo00. Wilson & Co.. opposite the ples and cucumbers produce them d
prize, a lovely embrouiered centre piece. on nearly and PzRuY DAvis' PAIN-KILLsR! biscuits, rolls, muffins and crusts.
tyrefreshmentwerethentserved. union depot, are supplying nearly cures them. To the troubled stom- l
n erall of the city people in that part of ach it coean like a balm, thewind is Makes hot bread wholesome. These
M14. E. F Faunidernt:rtained about town with fine, fresh green groceries assuaged, and the trouble ceases.
forty friend. Wednesday by a delightful of all kinds.druge land
bay party on the steamer E. V.. impson.: Every druggist It the land keeps
The first top as made at the navy yar J. W. Dyke of Tampa, Henry Ben- Pain-Killer, and no one should be are qualities peculiar to it alone.
where a pl.asmnt half hour was spent viA. nett of Franklin. Ind., M. L. Uarney without it in his family. Avoid sub-
Ing the many Iiiprovetuents made during
tbh administration of Commandant Reasan- of Oneonta, N. Y.. and John Furnas stitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer,
ger. T!lieiafavinmg station want visit. of Indianapolis are guests at the Perry Davis'. Price 26c. and b0c. I have found the Royal Baking Powder superior
ed and there delicious luncheon waI. L.ve iLewis te R yle.ing Powiler >uprrr
servdn After a troll on the bObca run oe. Dougla Shoes at White's. to all others.-C. GoRJL, lat.-e Che/, L)Dlmunico's.
was iladle to the quarantlio buov. ThA Dleas hoes at White's.
boat returned to the city at 6::)and aill the Joe Reed, Chas. Apt and Ed. _--- --____ -.
suests were enthusiaotict in tichir praise on Touart are erecting on South Palafox 'INE POULTRY.
the splendid time th.-y had enjoyed and a new and up-to-date shooting gal- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
utiatniaiousvy %wsed that Mrs. tSaunders wa wA
I-inuailed s dltaMreuau.,sr. walery which will probably be ready At C. Corner' Poultry Yard.
The Thursday Aftrnoon Fhre club met r business this afternoon. am now ready to sell eggs for set- Episcopal Minslon. Musical People. Attention.
i Ith MI ats.olsv. MI-- Ainift, hinn WiDtiinrg romann Lutheran Church: Eng- ting from the following breeds of
!ir-t prize. a his. I water pitcher: M r-. Pou li-h Contirnmation-service at 10:30s. The Rev. P. H. Whalpr. rpetor of The J. M. Clutter Music House is
.ila second d pr)/-.a dainty crea pitcher, Im. to-uiorrow, Palm Sunday. N!o chickens: Dark Brahmas, Partridge Christ church. will preach for St. r ceiving daily new pianos and bave
and ti '-datanlu i' as 'o u by Mrs At Sunday school and no services at Cochins, Light Brahmas, White 'yprian's Minion to-morrow at 3:2',t it stock at present a full and com-
ta:iie*d Icy iMrs. Mar-.iotan n'ext a.-,k. night. J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Cochinr, Plymouth Rocks, Brown p. 1i. at the A. M. E. church near plete line of some of the most cele--
the depot. brated piano,4 of the day. The t&-
M its W,-trott of Baltimore, Md,.wh !u has Any onil interested in the oil bu'- Leghorns, Wyndotts. My fowls are moudepot Krpianich & Bahof th e el-
,+,tweltanvd h-.- W-atv-s. Mrs. rt. bisr lft to neos can -.-t-at this office a copy of a from the very best strains to be' remarkable Cnre ot Rheumatisin. brated Lester and the world re-
.Tere for Ne.wlwirue. N.C.. much to the re- new publication-The Oil W 3rld-a found, and I Invite ths public to call KENN-. Jackon Co., V. V nouned Crown. the old reliable
gr.t ..f nr ma., friend, made during her monthly journal edited by Paul and see my pealtrv yard-about 700 Abou t ree yar ago my wife Royal and Smith & Barnes piaioa
stai t.,-r l) vo*kovatz, and published in Lo fine fowl -a hand. Settings of 13 had an attack of rheum stisn which are all on our floors, giving purhbas-
M--. w. H. Knwowle- a ift (on the anme oln. eggs for $.0. LorIE Co.I.Is, cotnfllned her to her bed for a iontth ers or intending purchasers an ex-
*^vning f-,rN-umbern*..N ..where she is to Miss BH-s-ie Eagan of Jackson- T 7at Manager. and rendered he unable to walk a ceptional opportunity to select pi-
vst tier mothe.r. Mrs. Naine. ville, a niece of Hon. John Eaan of step without assistance, her lihobs aIjos from the cheapest known reli-
Thb. Married I.artr"' Euch.clubhwere en- this city. has returned from Cuba,i D. not fail to read the advertise- being swollen to double their normal able make to the most faluoul
tertainred by Mr-. Ze-k on PI rday e-\en ina where she hal been on a visit to her ment of TEETHINA li this paper. ,ize. Mr. S. Maddox insisted on my Ina k .
liteatd of thi,. .u-ntil t.usti.m o prize,. Mr-. -iter. Mrs. Mattair, and to tae faini- -using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. In addition to all the above, we
/--k variedn nt NO TO CONRACTO d lottbyiti n-eiiBad ll"'have a large number of slightly used
-A. I ady with iome tloely oNive.irs mta, ily of Gen. Lee. NO CETOCONIRAC t. I purchased a fifty cent bottleand, priht pans; some of them hav-
o,, ait carvedwtood. o Resolved, by the members of the ustd it according to the directions pn"l' been rented a few month,
---_r_ A white "hobo" was killed th's Laborer's Protective Union No. and the next morning he walked to only been rented a few montb.,
Mr- HBallet of Boste. .a .. .t tit.I da oriing ineatr Molino by a freight 8, of Pensacola, in regular meet- breakfast without assi-tance in anyfrom which tho purchaser can onat
morning fborThoinale.cis.. to jnhe.r train. The supposition is that he itg that the following announce- manner, and she Itas not had a mi-an e
thu-bttind. Hbe hai ben ilb nh Mrs.lWtllil wasthro u fron break beam whi'e m n han piano e th an entks ternoa
!or two we-k. and hae won miay friends ya was thrown from a break beam whi e ment be made for the benefit of the lar attack since -A. B. P.AsoNS. lowa pianos we can ianke term a
htier capt:ianug manners. the train was in motion. There were public: For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 Southlow as $1 r month ad u.
1no papers found to identify him. On and after the 10th day of May, Palafox street. With all pianos old we give an
Mr. 1, H. Turner's many friends regretted elegant -carf. stool, in-itruction book,
etxcez higly to hoar uf his painful arceadent There was a grand rally of candi- the scale of wages shall be as fol- n r-io o
ton last Sunday. but are gend to know thit dates for county offices at the fair lows: A HINT. $5i worth of music an d tw, year.
it proved notsto be of mr se .r ." given by tile numbers of Spring Mortar maker, $1.76 per day. Coffee. whic-h ritake the po tcian wl., tuning free, and we guarantee hat
it provnottoofaingreeariouwes..ill.,tehtheanu -aeturerIguaranteerwillo*
,- rer. trust h will rapidly recover. Hill Baptist church at Myrtle Oroe Common labor, $1 50 per day. And e through all thingwith hf- te 'acu ua t ill b
last night and as a result the pro- EDWARD C. WILLIAMS, shut yes. -rPp. m:de good in ever instance in case
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ceeds of the entertainment were very, a7-1" Hecretary. Politicians are not the only per- of the slightest defect whatever.
Stif sons who like good coffee, and if the. We cheerfully show the merits of
rake laxative BromoQuinine Tablets. All grttifyig. How can we afford to sell such politicians who are now engaged in these different piano and respeet-
iruggat. refund the money ruft atis all The many friends of Mr. S. P. high irade Clothing at such close shelling the woods of Escainbia fully invite the public to call and
tboz. .c.o Leonard, formerly of this city, will prices? Our answer is pure and sim- county for votes would treat their examine, whether you intend bay-
Sbe interested in the news of his mar- pie; ours is a modern store, con- intended victims to a good. hot cup ing at present or not.
Our Men's Spring Clothing is up- riage, April 5th. at St. Augustine, structed strictly on progressive of coffee. instead of "red ifquor" and We will rent you a piano for a few
to-date in every way. The Jno. Fla., to Miss Ma'guerite Fosdick of plans. Our Clothing is sold on the campaign cigars, they would all, dollars per month and the rent can
White label wouldn't be on them it that city. No cards. The happy smallest margin of profit, depending stand a better chance for a full vote I apply on 0 ale it piano is bought.
they weren't. White' pair are now en route northward on on a large volume of business. The and their share of It. Call early for first choice.
O .. a biidal tour. more Clothing we sell the greater The coffee of which the noet sang J. M. CLIrTTRr's Mist' HoUSE.
ROL WEEIK. A southeast storm is central to- our purchasing power, the lower was identical in quality, flavor and 112 and 114 S. Palafox street,
Proaram of iServie, at St. Michael'. day near the mouth of the Ri our pric; that's ttie story in a nut aroma with the choice blend, b nlow!
Catholic Cht~rh. grandee. apparently gaining in shell. White's. offered to a discriminating public by EE RO8 & C(0.
,Cstrength. Increasing and probably 'C. H. Gonz-tle-z & Son, and no one ABHO P s(REE N,.
Holyweek services at Mt. Michael's highsoutheat winds will shift to MILLINERY NEWS. who gives them fair trial ever re-
church will be a follows: northwest to-night. At 10:30 this gretsit. This excellent house alao WIE .'ENCIN;.
rPainm undaiy ito-morrowfi-First Mas-. uIrrhwii tor. AS t Mrs. L C4ohen is Off-ring as Spreial presents to the housekeepers of Pen-
Palm ; Ma: s.a:.v a. m. buon of lveton, Port Eads and New Or- leader ferr This Week. sacola one of the best selected as- For the next 30 days A. J. Wat-
Weodnesday.Tenebr. p. m. leaw:. 4-Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage. sortments of fine fancy and staple, kint will order ornamental wire
IHoly Thursday. Mau.-s a. in.: evening O 20 ts groceries in the city, and invites a fe.cing at such low prices it will
oi c7:p. M. Church of Christ. corner of Jck- only 20 cents. trial from those who have not yt rprise everybody. You can hav
m..m d Friday: Ma, i of the Pre- n and Alcaniz-Bible school at o3-pay Bunch Violet Foliage, opened an account with them. any kind. from 2 feet to 4 feet higb;
sanctifle-d., a. m : sinsinn of ithe iaqsion. 9:45 a in.. preaching by the pastor at 17m-oaw4w i or yonu can get thef be-st ,nd chnpeest
**Holy Wayv o' ttie Cross.".1 3p. m.: Event K 11 a. rii.. subject, -Dives in Hell In My Pastern Hat Department --i--- -- ron fencing of all k'nis. When
llvHolt ur. r.mp*.r.ons wIll b..mn at S ihjeet, 7:o p. ir., **Eternal Punish- You will find me extra od val P ers faou cent collars, at dir fencing of v kind done
-:" ti .;: onfes.on nt "*- n m. A iI.-I iliat." Prayer meeting \ nesday es. We are making room in this lWhite's. leave vyouro rder at Win. Johnson .
Si-attwrwaillsinest trying coii--- at 7 In All are welcome. ? on for ie and voli will save
l at.,-ratherawllan,,,ra. All are W.,tnh rigit--t a-vl.n.FAIre elcom, de artment for the arrival of our" Iio p r t
..u st..re atur v. A s: or. Strangers and non-church goers ar et arrval f ou FACIAL MASA(;G. ;iney and get first-Ia l enarano
especially invited. ew Erinklaster cn b wied out Wovrin- t we rk. A. J. VWAIK 1.S.
Hanntiah Bros'. are agent< for I.- Contractor Chlubbs will bezin Mot In My Trimmed Hat Deparkle ecan be prevented. Ch-ek- ca.n l:'m i .
W\e- ('oihtih Cure. I )arrl .-.a Rl-in ,iayv to tear down the (old building on You can buy a nice trimmed C'hic be plumptaned out. All thins. and N<-w Sprin a tinhatta:i -hi:rt, at
*-dy and Witch Haz 1 Salve. They tne coti ner of Z:arragokssa and Baylen H it for $1.25. $1 50and $1.75, itn Leg- more can be done by ina.- E. Vhit e'-.
Jut:ir..itee all thrie If these opriEpara- s'reetls iiw ccutipied by Joe James' horns, Mixed Braids, etc. LIadii--. call on NMii Ki cl r "at -.-- -
tti.n alind wil chee-i fully refund thl r,-taurant. atid will erect a two- G; o Mrs. L. ('ohen' BHower A& Kru-e''. Milli,,.rv. ,1 Fiine fitrnlitureiten.!lI/nlbe,
*'-ti,.ey t,, aay with.>uUt t)be-ing laiticitt-d. Price 2", r stauratt will bU. removed across WVliat yeu p:iy fer (Clothinr ig not -rery. .aj.. lw .'-'= u lii 1 er
c :: ea<;ch. the street temporarily, but wi 1 ,c- half so important as what \ou il .t. All hat her -uit n'-'-. : al iand r'Oe'l'rs, (t very re.asona ble
-auer.r opening. copythe new building w hen it I- Whites. -stclhel- with leather linii.:' at prices. Their .dock Ix 6COr-
t;tatad di-play of Imported H-ats. dG"r Thr. will be at rWlr e/te'-. e. Don t buy anything
Fid:,yatd ,sturiav. Arit ,;and o b,:,rd tle No.rwegian ste ,i. p ntmeeiting of Mt. Hiereb /It/ finmiture until ijOI have
7. ,timbt-r-li;,p, and struck him ovtr \ B -o'- SoCkL.
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.
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UCZEMA. ITHnING HUMOR NEWSPAPER MAN SUICIDES. I O r f I, CO Frrfi WITNESS BEGS FOR MERCY.

PIplces Cu-d by t. Br. l-littl0e F. O.li hkcul et I ilsji1t Life I Eatin a Sxelting Sene at Trial of Henry Faul-
Free ,,,,. Roasting a pecialty. ,ii .fer-oi0h.
Does your Skin Itch and Burnl ."I. tAT k April 4.- F. 0. !)irk,.nhheet; Have. you tried Swans' J FF rF:- vi.I E:. G(a.. April i.-An
-Dietre-sieig Eruptions on the skit if ., d OlF f-w t. ,. F ;cS i ti eil:ti <. :. i te trial,

pay1Eo a nd... ..l frn :. ,. hS- ci .il f-, f'. anrd Sweetesat O the Atme- tnurd,,r otf Frank M. H.llidiy.
te Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have you .:t :D :, i: :. t... r 11,' cin ba.rreix. hal. vn -ria an.
E uisen? l-kin. Stre i a(nd Cr,-ck.d -, -C ..'".t n,.0 ., ,- ,i'lpi l 1- l::, i barrels, 24 pound and 12 pritci'l" t wi::' .r pr. -utin..
Rash forin ,on th-' Skin? Prickliti ,i .,l pound sacks, wh.ole.sale and waSo *;r,:- ,1 n 1 -ifi' iat
Pain llthe, S in l ., 'rpl- :- i t! H ? [Dec ls .:1 n t I If t w rv
Bone Pains.w? t>well#'n Joint-? Falliti :;,:-,. .- i j ~.h ;1l4:i I: L ,t ei reta.iLl. riding; i:n hi. l -'.. :;aii'.-i lh'j.:. aind
Hair? All iRun Downi? Skin Pale"? s.i-,. Try )Delafour's Ginger tiha wh.|n thi- c,., :!,. tilhli..y' h,0use.
Old tore-" Eating re--'.' I'ler Fulch-.r t-I) r.' .ti, r a l. L All the-c are- s.yniptotni of E,-z-ina I-ill. the I)-esrip: ion. .le; best minerall 1'\aters lit., ,. : ..'.r".;.' I,,.l : thL
and Impurities and Pi-oinis ill the iK \i\-.x- Ci't, April t.-The inan wlht O the market, equal to iru- teadl ,i1::1 O 1 ax. ;it,; lI -aWv thel; crime
Blood. To cure tol 4tay um re d t"k- c. :;;ii., ,. suiide, in Atlanta answer- pored foods an on man, it el a i to. r-'o. li'. n t
B. B. B. 4 Botanic Blood BlHhn, .I ',npioul fuilI of F 0. D.i-ken por ted goods an it and mkit ki ,i.. ', w- thatlt h wa'
bicb mik.s the blood pure and 1 $1.10 per dozen, atnd h- wul, I,.. killd by Fu!..r br
rich. B. B B. will cau^e the sores .-h+.r>, :.-lidor 11 th iluiy doizen hf tht. atrlul h i' l-i, kilii by kl-
io bel., itwing .f czen;Ia to stop Ka -.., City Journal. Mr. Div'.nhet. Try our Freshly Roasted i,,,hi" t'ienw 1-.,1) )irid fll theXi 'flr
forever, the skin to beco,,ne ele;ar `('i-I, t< Kansas City from Btrlin.tn Cof'ee.S. crawl-.d iii front tn the jadlge and eriel
and the breath .-weet. B. I 11. iis jest the remedy you have been look- 'p to Tlte we'(k. lH- wa.S furnish( J S. ['lUGI, The jud. aurteld Freeman oif protee-
aug for. I horoughly tested for 30 t-an"i..rratilu to Atlanta by The Journal. tlholesale and Retail Gro- tion. T'i mnan ai-kI for -oi)mel)iy to
yearu. Our readers are advised to John Wry Dead. r Phone 105. rub him. He was in a vry excited state
try B. I.B. For sale by druggists cer one 1 and wa- tak.-n from the .ourtruoxn.
S$1 perlarge bottle (full treat- YORK April .-John R. ey es in Mens Jewelry at A n naed
Ogt>) $6. Complete directions with a famous minstrel 40 year- aga, is dead Novelties in Men's Jewelry at A m.n named E. iresseon. of Pres
eacbh bottle. r iS o uff*rer may ity t at his hone in North Patern, N. J..d, n.e o n

AtlFrte, Ga. De -ierb your troldice ing nmemnber of the original Christy niin- Foley's tHoney and Tar is, that it is
and Free person al ineclical :dvice strels.l In 1860 he arranged a special
given, performance for Napoklmn III. in Paris, the very best medicine for 1-t 1 rippe,
ille I)ew Ahr and received from the emperor a pin in Peppermint Cream Wafers, an af- colds, cough, etc. A. I)'Alem-
h*.. ... .. I i -.cn f. t ; ........ ter dinner dainty. Ask your dealer berte.


(iSKI A ..\pr. 1 ; f()-)( I1,112 1Vl&',
killed a'i.1 Rn., h-v Liillv itin-tir'l*n a
f~g'bt hrire. go''. m_- -*' a'uarguinjil
4-rer .XinI:ral I1~** -an-lifh'io 'fti
prw'..iutiv :. EuII:ti.. TnchIIr. m a *~)
wao. i. ',aci I -I lit] l- kifl-I.'117v (i',4iz.r

K miller ii.I 1 i, T ir : oii Nvar. 1-i


cut A lt thg.'. f o'irc,, it il ivA rall':

W 'l I '~ fllQ:'.;--1 11.1'-

EusrTIMMJ. lPA t'p I! ti ih
h~t~o r ra'. l t iIIIz -It iI .1190 ig III ,et Foi t'%


.Iffoney and Tar ri.t,'red Ihis voilct-
when lI iltrwnes- thlrI*3tti-d~i to ;,I-, -





tHall.nobby ar~l A4,llialaC 1f-ld- a!-t

2111I1 enit' orNIkola- You-Havwe k: 25duze
fatmf 17091 hiv -.

Cotea a riuinits. 7e :ar tilt-la:unlo 4r
fenioe and elpiarltjAtlpineit-'lialatic:o
Cedlnts 9ef -da wmi*e :n2rt) of ('air


A4 a Pargai. 76 th 4-rom 3o unde. brt

and two.. ,t~ables. I i.-ee PUN). For
fnrth u itfeiruiati.tio. apply it) W. R
lDout.Iauisi(oin place. or J. I. I ul i~--
~oto &kBrit.. city*. l31nilin

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
.FAf--at D'le~mberte'


CASTOR IA

lxIrv h nts azd Childrn.

Tulie KWYu tim Always hught
ONam tatoI
406M xTveOft2.z

Everything iin spring undit- rwcar at
White's.





cure Hou?-e.

l~icent" *vm.i. :ai'I ii:tllo. thitillto


Ito re/vilferator on thle
lauarket ca itequ aI th osr soldi
by~ Marston A-Fiji ch. C('al/
arid. see whalut buvutics they
,axe.

Peowplf- -ullo-intiz from kidito- v Ili-
0a~s foel a :,:Ia(1U d IIA hat-te-A i Ill.!:
.of vita ift V. 'T. 4-V tu.114-11(1 lo-#A it
Time ill trytni J'o-v' '::,v Cur(
It it. guor-t~it.... f ei
lt~-rtc.

Your C-redit is Good




For aftth-r tt i llr -n- ?f ;..; ,

fout..'a fin w1e' .ti iZ. i-f--$ieIllp
4). N1..PRY'$m*,


I will Irt,;--' r i-i.ar

r'4tppbels-


W11 H .,
-Importere a.;l l'ealers in -

Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,--*

FINE CHIN& TEAS.
ln S3t t muh lalaaf- Z Mreel.


Ie00drv liffir.


the u sape OT a Dan oT iamfonnKi.
A t.ALLA

For IDmocralic Prlnmaries and Con-
vention.
Re-oilve'. That a convent ion of t h!, liM-in-
otratic party of scanibia ci IOUII1 II. ltie"
hield at 'owelton at 1: o'clock titon nl the
14tlh day of April. 1 0). fori tI!. plt'-pose of
sl-.Ictinei twelve 1' pI erTonliI t, !'t-piresent
Eh.Cmlillia c4,outity at thei lil-t >': I oliv'.i-
li on to nuon1 inalt a caindida!t- foi 'it liln-t-
itdl for tlie iiurp seoef -,eletc li li tt-, n l I1"-'.
jfiesons to i-prei en t EscaitiliAt illl ty ati
Il*- state C ll o ,VOiti at -t i 'li ltli-s alind
place it'l. il yV t lie t l ed bly thi t lthl*+ aind Coll-
grl'--' : ;].l lP -n1 ori tlit onili'. *t I. 1 fori
ihepIurpo..iof -el.'tlliini a I (ililty F\-lcu-
li,- 4. ltiill'ttel e to hli d until Itl .t *bl.t 't"-1
-ior- -h ll ,h I I let-le t in 1 1 '.
SA li" pretcinctI am' atid -i all i. it ll il+ tII
the following repreztllationi at laid I,;-
t i Conventon:11.
No. 1. Nix*
Nio. -'. l upfri:ai-
Ne.. ,. M illvi. \\ I
No. 4. F-rry I -
Noe..'. 1' H ri+'s'
No. P. 'sow-lton
No. 7, I'ine' Fain rit
No. l. r*aIitl rt-E
N,.'. I'.lut* Spritn -
No.0. l l. W alt. iltiu&' 1
No. 1;, II. W lnut Hi ll
N i. I1.. iait t'el-it I

1o. M. c I t.-ii lo.ia I
10. I'l. O nIH-V'llh' l
%1. 17. lBrim t'- .
No. Il. M lla i d'
No'. it, oolin l
N .. l. e l nt'l i 'it lli
th'o, r (i% .l;i.1 f Uit.- lt't I i i i Pe t)4\ vs .il', r (i 44i,(
-t '- f ort i ii41119 rite;.'to\ ett .i*tti- f1n i r
ot e ahprli a ily tn.t 1 it1 o f lI tt I l *'til itil-
for tli-e h rieet otf t- oitll tr- ttllt '-tilo nil-
4lt(for l a Houi- of Reprts*eQiaitlv l
h,' u.ii'lu-. tl o 1 in linin l ini a <'tcln i d'l 0- 'or
'I ,. ilT. I t titIl uli il f or >e'l fk ,r t'ift il
S 0 1 I atll l I t'll it ln 1t ofl I it\ C'rll i it l r. h cl:tI -
,.iani. foor 1;t'l f i --<, i~or. arit aiihit f,-r

di t'-. odi "t i- I- flu-.k .li494 rini- ikil i -iuIt a
cnniddmif folr Ju ltieof F t< av ail<; it 1-
t lal- (or coni. ll- trict. i icanilatel f,,r
.lus It .eI o( 'Peace for )'ifth : l lli toi '-an-
didat--- for three tuI ml-eru.#ofA outi ty sct 'l ,
tioh rd. i prim ary e+etlttioh of tlie lI.lino-
critei \o'!-.oi it. f t. ai.liK ciounly hiI. l; he-
Inolih t>.-tw, iil i h. hl- t ir of .,; I. a 1. w and
6.4.,p. it. 01i l'u-Iday. he I t l h'l tllny o pA i Il.
rIl'". l foi tl purfJ;- of oerirtillk. said
,I. -n.i.i th It f oi t in In-pectio tirlt c .-rk.
ti 'lt e;i IUi t I -- Ihert' l -llr-cte', i l: lt i-
W It B ell. ll;isp''t. l<'t ; Ari l.. HA I.ltn.
frol il 'i N.t -. A hi t ra\ J.lH m: r t r l.m :,iq -.-it,:i; 1. ,i '**. lit.
l i. k.
'l. it'llK'i *.. : -- '.-,tli( .*k ." ; F' ill-
liia in ', lo!:n tft*l. il}"i,'tor- I i. L ,*, I llt ,.
l.-r1k.
Precinct No. 4- W l.. I1 -. W I N ,.-
h; 1-. ( 1'. tlo :zah /. i. ct > r ; W A, 1il-
I't l. l N. > ( i >. I. i-, k :; P I -
a t A 1I :- I -: 1, -:- W .- .'
tit.- : I r
1',ii l -" No I .-'.l".. ::: \ I M >'-
Sn..v \ i lir -,n. .n p' 'i *,. :I li-
4niii '9,". clI-rk.
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\a ill tili' t u-i'n.;t'. t, l .. i le et i u -. ., ,ai ,
,t. Ht. t. Mltuvit l. ll-pnctol-. .. M i iii.
I rw'r l, ct N'r. I1- lnl ihon. y 1l;,, ril. +.\ l l-
vI l <. I .Filli .iiM, [; lp C ti .oto .
Hill in.ilk. '" M io^ !o i. 11..00 to:o, -;: .1. l.
h lin n .:_. c>!lri.
a% I AI.ct N ... i' I; HL l..':-.
ii. i ilt I t>.i i k .
'rr-ciliet No. !7--4. <,. ( : p' \\r \.
K > 'e ..nr iat i t\. clerk .
'ril- iitl 1,, I -L.. Hr-wtop. I. F. 1 .-
l'n ,l M i Ihal 'v tlt. I o* ,ct>io .i.i .1.
1h,, itli't t'lrls i .
I' .*cini ; L *..- !.t .t *I' il r. \ 1\ %1 :1-
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\iiir iinndlr th! ie o' rl* ln i Ir .-e ;tih ul ir .
ih, ir poll la\+- '<,r th o r ur;ir~ r.i* dl ., 'l
uill relco wil i r durnl l it nia-l\ tIh ml l.)po
-said ini no- io* i t h r h ull h) r *-Iilil-d pihin ar;


t .','. ald thiI h-OnnlliterP .all n er at th,



will !fmvf thicn a ~d tllite thi> r'l urlil! uf 881d


eit-etwon.
I hoe n t'loht h to h ul-id sliill he print-d onl
nililn iwilt- pap-r', ahd shall hate no Qa--
tilt uittibht inat k -.


'Chini f inow.


for them.

Smoke DURHAM Ci-

gars at D'Alemberte's.

POLITICAL__ANNOUINCEMENT~S.

F'or Iteprepapntative.
I lwroliv aitw ]u lnev y#I '4lf a, t a I 'didn
for (?i~9 1:tl I' f E"1- 11.if ht ou lit y
lioridi. liti th. ;'4l.ttzll'toe. bUl J. CtLOtiPlt'i
de.'ucl~z it c I vltij Iios.

Ftor Iteprei -vat ative.
I herchyvan iouvC ivem.i'if i-a aca ndidatt
for K*-preb"' Itilstiveof iA.l trn oam i County i t,~
the lwwiiilat urp. but'jvCL Lto i1110 I liIliC ititlic


For blieriflf
I hereby announce myself ila- a Rcaitnidati
for heriff of eicanhlit Counity. and re-
spectIully a-k the support of miy f' lirnid
and voters of the county. If P'!ected I %ill
di ch Ia ge thedtli t softsaid oflce. .iliciintly',
fail. 1 inid impartially.
W.H.-H1 I' Tc'IiNI" N._
For Sl*liff.
I hierehy announce invit-lf a- a Inti da(1.>te-
fir r,-etl-ction to the ioffite oi f hfl'ritT of it E -
ernlltai county. Florida. and >li>cit their utf-
f.ages and interest of all my f: ie-ild-.
(jEOt4.K E. .-MI1TH.
For sheriff.
I h,'ereby announce myself a candidate foi
sheriff of Eschliuia county at the ensuitin
election. J.C. VANPEt.-T.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hl-r-'y announce myself as a candidate
for r.-klect ion a& clerk of tht. circuit court
(of Est.anilta county at the en.uing election
aiju a.k thie support of the voters
A. M. MCMILT.AN.
For Circuit Clerk.
I announce my eandldacy for Clerk of tin
Circuit Court of Eseainbia county. sutje-ct
to t hli actio of the elitilingi Iti.lloviatic
priilarie i. E. LH I 'A I I I.I..
For circuit t ('l rk.
To the Voters of E-cambnhia county:
I hereby aliiouince myself a cma.didate for
thi otlie.r of clerk of the circuit tciurt of
I- tiunbia b county l Hit(d will ti e pl'l-ted tVi
tiive tie support of liy friends antd tile
voter l *nertnlly. .oi!IN I 1.4 RI'VA.
**for Tax Coll-.tor.
I h-reihv announce iny1elf n;, a -.nidiulate-
for re-ele*ctionw a Tax 'Co ]I-.- r io( l 'E i tlia -
iBa countyiy. and ia k tli-e tilt)i it of I1.i
frieltds aidl votU-rs gonerita v
A. H. I'ALKM i;'-.RT:.
IF itr Tax Cilelict-r.
Thn many friends of. tudtre I'. H. l'tonifa
havi ng hlbtitlevd hisi coniell t -i-1'by li)-
no)iin h i mIl at a filnind lid te f,>r Tnx 'till, <'toI
!if K..'int'ha 'county at tilt eel- tng *'! rtion-i
1,ANY \ i' r )].`'
For Tax A i.,eni-*r.
I lr.erhly a orinluifice nitDe -lf :i- t i'dPiltp int
?in T', A- A et" lr of '*-.'nllifi,'t 'otnt) b-ll -
t,'*r J m'ni r< :ti i )i llan-
r,,". I l '>lv ,It,,: l of th* Intax itye l, I, % : 1 I : I l t) It *`ivt ry detail a- I d d h ii, i I i.-id
t In- tiftive b 'fore.

U'-mr C itaie) 1i s.91tire
1 nihli iuIrn' iy**Ilf iy t a rntitl l'd fii
I litl1h1" 1 w1 il-ll vt I "| fIt,-f Ilt nl, 1h' l' flit
i i 9 I11 (ill if t h' d.'llloel in rIl lirllkit9.. t lid
l-. tilt -li1llllpori o I ll%. fll mlil'-.
Wl! I.t l i' F. \N'i I;:-.N.
F'or (Cflouniv Treasitm r.
I h,'-let' annoillliC' ln lf H- ;> 'r "r fmr I '!i;:llli lon I> ai tr'en orl'-' f ilf |;-,' it iilei
tliilinty. t .i|f t to a a ta d losl nl t I tll-illlli.'
iltJ ino>i1ll -h" pflUlln ry t*lf>t oll 1 1.1 rt *;i-c(-
lt 1\i -ilitit ll '- Uppl'o t iof tih otel- If thi
C ntli' *, l>'flditleI uli-,If lir Ith llil in r- te l
tli Fll i :ndt'flfin | irfI ualTlir< ol df v tlinh t I
lh*liull *"i i t1 lof r klr'. J. l R f'i.\ 1 I F.
For .1i1hi'ip of' tIhne l'1a<1'e.
I li.t li nlnnol nni', ly i'e ndiiti'' f-l' i.-
..Iv r: .i !i .. tI ollf ''i of .11-: :.; or h i l i
forI thn IS'illdl I et1 ilt;. -u' j.te"' to I lt. it'
'tol of I t n' 1i0 llllm at ing p.InI, >ll iI -.
I'ol KIN .1"- I-- .
I'or .Ilstolee iIt itih '* Pac.

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T. Tit eti I r tf o 11. ii i
Irirt, 1ii'll'lt t l. t it, Il nh ir il ] I I 'll;: ', I -
SJA i U 1 A- '. I I
For l9iim *-. iilerit i, tlvt.

i.1 lC i rlH'.' i >.u .> f .e **i 1 ) *ii.-t I
hl :t 'tlti t nelt" ',il1 f.1 l ... .. -q,
lii m i~ Ill h" .119)1. ... ta tlo* I b.'h :1' 1"19, "
'.. T I' ', ;e i : I 1 -: ** if I l "r |l.+i 'l t t?'I C .I; .'
.1- or 3I M. l ta \l i I
l'.dr mnto I h su|n rluett of f d
I tiw o.- 1 ided t I<'" n ytii 11- tthl- :n'.d I .
i r la':ien 'r1 (of f t 'l hlo ill [1'Irld;tr ( E li -
I'-. t!:li.h t I iI -% t o il i kt lhe Mif th 1 i- in l.
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! Hiil l, | lha v' .eei '. e-'lo N l vc i l'n
i, t. -.-, t, hliv>\' ;'uIiI ta of Ill" fl iH.l(r.

fill t It I nir irn .' r *mIltli. N II 'i.lk
.'mer M 11110i01.' <-4 h#o il 0 lit 4 .
B 'yy ti- requeii -t ,r friei(t- 1 hr '* l"y nr;h-
,1 Xlh ..+ t;iv cr:< 'd' wt 4iit>:'t I'.> lilv clhioo; B io.rd fur N orii'.+i
I'tildl di-ll1I l 1t.ll;leet'l o toll a t' i o
ithl tvc nof erot ict r prt i lm ry.
2a 4'. .ee r.





Th r ed.d. of .l-,an. W I Bard.
IFor .1-Iil r .r 'hoxbl pliai1l.
Yielding f n th. r f '.I.nt rPu|Ut-t of friends
I htv deeCli-d to mmmi h-wTi A canlhidni.



The fi lIVd nf M .1. IW T iwA hD -f Wal.




Th," ,.nndtda;+y of W'il'iani W4. |Rlchnrd i.


SuitQ for the I ii tle fellowwQ. with
Double HIii-atPel FaiR tev \ the tl
cutp-it th ug- that ever ha ppened. at
W 1)i t e'


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the -,n.i.
ture of Clhas. H. Fletcher, and has been made iuniler hI,
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no min,.
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitati- ons ;.l
Jutst-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children-Experience against, Experinent.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
SBears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tm. C .NT aun CePa" TV 7 M? V SThlT. nlw YeVo CVYr




Chas. 1-". Turner,


*.ARCHITECT*


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Jf 11'10diClIpt)hP t 11-1 ill a
~ lerte-C: ty '.It drlia Itg-' ieat
-pe-'d% -Ct' .Po 'i (tiC" HI.-an
I h li-j-P. 'Y. u w;Intit-the e-t. LOt
iis fill your 1.1,f-Crijltlml. midt upl
..l11 i- "P I e -wr i tl.4i IDr1u'L'vi-'t," NTS.



l;*cult 4te)UILot l-viuiii'ita co 11t ly In
aII v i! e I V.
on ifge. I 011 iplth nant.

M al.I .'in III% an d M u la nd I

Josep,'fh Plitett't t Amteleiat
1'actitti. HR],hit id I'cet ti
aud lid It lit)4k, le
To the d-fendtii t. Viill :9111Cook.,oriE Lo
lwir'. at lam:-Y .-it Iivroby reijuire'd [Ai
appear to the bill W of (Otljatii t itedin tbk-
CuKt.Lie.- ll Monday, Itli daY of .1 title, A. 10.
11'.9.010"t-iigtile llr~t Momplit inl %aid Wontli.
and n1 1 lt ,(ilyinll ii= emirf. iir i tli-croe* t~ur
o9 fe- ) Awilili1w i-lit vr.-' Iagail ut thit--aid
'i'. m 0int i,'k illit[- !tiesad rcftu-'. 'Illi od.-,.

N I, 11 LIiNACola. Fleir:'Ri.
%4 ne', 111%-11111141atlil svitI of edhce Ilit-


A M. MCMi1.I.A 1 .
i N rk ('Cir ill t o'.rt.
bv H. II. K i ls,.
l f ll;\-! ** 1 w
h in.', Vn i I' I.


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It I"4*119 II9CAIli !'t'.4Lo-E. vat171 I'ml ICIoAtcr A toAtr
Wit -I'--I!*11, li ltP 4 -v i' piii- efT i *. ii H .

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t491.-i 1 ),:, I r 1eP -1 0 -r12ool .I ub, Is 1 4'.'.I
r.v qIiItth iNi-v v a'V14. i 'fI I- riti o, I: o-A IQe
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Pt 9.:11 'W.4. :14(14 1. it:'- i

t A c/' 4 .1 1 1A A.
4i1 A I i


iHr


General Contractor.


liuildl i:e ,I ; iril'i .". M anti l anI I : t, S,,ttit '. l il tntll; .. u' n' \\
atdI t.- *'FitlI!;z.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
^ \rA i.' -ii D icen T-ttiitnate". Plant- iind Spii(-'iiciti :- '
inug of .Al\ 1 skii l., Preparted on S'hort Notie-.
] '.% L :rir andtul Carefully SI l c.I 1 Stork of FVi,) 11ii'. i- ,
T iling of A.ll K li is. l( th Tuib-., t'l,- i.t:< I[ o,,|l-.o ,l .\ pli i, -
Hot W\atr ;andiii (O. Fixture-.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE-





Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
P It s ES )EN T.
T. E. WIMLES,
VICL-PRFSIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIIFFR.
R. M. BUSHNELL,.


DIRECTORS:
E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Satinder- & Co.
J. WHITMIRE, JOIIl' F. PFEIFFER.
L. HILrON GREEN.


RIX M. ROBINI'"i\


MORRIS BE:A.~


A General Banking Business Transacted.


Ve~eh' &e~?ltfi-m:.dIel on Favorable T rr-i. Y;*
17banem Boulgt and Sold, Co~ll~~yi

'r~omMpv attended To.


-Q.I TNTS


SOLICiTEPD .


The Star Laundry,


TIH PMI ER1 HLAIY OF E1T 8fORiA,


Our Address


IIwaiV., I-ked f~pr is-r
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i- i"o r Ii5-t r#'.t flfl:'to .4 I


t l a II, i,, !


SALL WORK Co. D.
.i S1LEPHONE 114. 27 E. GARDEN 83
I li)AI ('A <'AJ,aD FOR AND DELIVERED FREY."W
WALKER INGRAJTAM. Manager.


Place For Pensacoja
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


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The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--OF--


IENTZ & GO.,

S-120-122-0


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
S-----DZALZ.X1N 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
t03 ANI 60 a. PALA'OX STREET.
.- -- -..-----'mr-crl,,- -

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. BOEBLINO'S W 0 (U "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSKIL &A ON'S PUMP'".
him Cirdiag, Plsts., ils, lutical 11atr tgi, 1a1rts, illrs, ItPllt
COM~PAqq. LOGan. S C,
C McKenzie( Oertlng <('.dl' ctin4 A enot for Bar Pilot*' B r-,v '
ciation.


TV TPo ORWP, W ipW offffMUif


P.. NSAC''LA. FL.A


PARKER'
HAIR BALSAM I
wMo a. _l a -mws urtw. I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIRDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7 1900


A WHOLE VILLAGE

Attacked by Grip-One Family Es
capes by Using; Pe-ru-na.


NV % '-z ~F rK CO, IN V.
T'ii :C :.rIa n (I M Vft. n;-
I'. -. *i~* I.'-f wivth la -,ripp;
'i'-It--i.' wa.; v -rovar.-3Int at t'ha!
:!1' :?nn nI I :W 'Vn,"IaZ- V ~;heire I ~--'
Ti r w-.i -l'a .*i:i-5 t I t 11 i t


L'JiL JIKFI-)J 0N% .,r %" z ii'-t''c Jnin the t -, .at-
I ~- ti ~t t i." A [Iia- Inlv a m : ily wb'lrb

.*':',-' .-:: .f "-r'-ian rd we
':1 (,,i-k ita-'--'t.'.i: I-'the dire'ttionqo
''nnth -*I llil ar-1 though our

- '~.t,,I tie-o. t ,,, \ c-I *.li-r '-t-,% rv
*........- ;r~b alb '.- w t\ r,- a~i iw- :! I ll-h-l


-' -- n~ : '

-in, :'. -
'in'; 'I' in
~'- '-' 'tin'
:r.
1' -


1.%-,iJ it k .j %4I ,P11,n14
Ini f .ti-r(Ider 4of t i:'-
'C8 Kill-IV CLue
.1rv it t'--dlv if v.ini ar#-
.P"I.W. A. 6'Alezi-

In -io-v-t Ibtl..V-tvors. Ibocmwii.
--F it .I iiiatatit .i-an- usn maid

t .'- -11i10t1- tliiv .'io u d buy

a i. wcrtri w titii-'4orIl. m i
I .life-%a t. I visq-ItIiv.

'ii". atwc partY (of I h- ot-t'e -itFlor-
.-HIa -tat -n%..flttItno:n, at .laeks'n-
r~.-.1S .iu t its-n. at 1 noon f~ortC i'-
"o-vin iacmt-- itn -lr*--~ntt he sta!-
-1 at Karn-te tairw. M.-_ hil% I.imac t(,
....j-Ju wt ..-.f ti.-- a-Asonv. i it
-.iar% lot i--'at-. At'ri'-. ieai
et rc 'm iI ii...-- iwisi 4-r f Agri-
t.'ur 9ar fo ir i1t. -. .- n- t nil Fl-0-c
A i ..! ~ c i-nIA--KaI') it...-dfoir Ott
r ie-p ar -
-A -.,e It I I dI.b tb ca.
ti. ei& -but itinanli.-r II-Vt..t. -. i It
1 "0'i. V t i %rn f, f1 11 t ):Ot r -
Its r I' rI,.AI a tB-- gIirII.'I I-


-- t ie-' i i't h S n'- ii-#

*--iinn--t ini ,e--: t-I n at


11.) 1 It'
S'utsI b tg r

A 1 43 1 in i -' I IL


;is,-, i i~t I ir ugh Itb'it- party vic -

: b .bI]I.-'I- I Ir!I.. I.itc-h, Z %ta q
I'- -ticn I II bU IIIi t" tof ~


t Ai.wrtt are
..I ?!b.c, '? '.4?, % of osuch
at'' t "'.1 4A b'*.tIc-. ith aii.E otf
,atIcSNi.er.taru .,t*IV .gu,,flhi C.. .,1111-
W.A R A U IS.
b I Chairman.

Itic


t~- I'~'-:*~arilI .. J:! V, wecr






D'r. Fai, on ILi gripp'.. .%!2.-s.i,
t~tfl. t.i% id- al It!Wiii )n an i fi~~.. ii
r-rt-tia 1-a~lin: AJpor4. DIr.


\vu-ap:2t lDve-i .teAc,"For 11r.%an.
N, -v Y,.1-n A,6n1 6.-B..11'. S11 11--V.

rii- :0,*i~. -'xf 1' 'rA-riv ,- re-rv of tip-


ui:ti'v for !.-bI-l -:tl that th. d I.~-.
'sat. i!1, lb for Williana.J. lgrvau

Ns Y -vi*'. A-n-.1 #;. Th,- s.Wi-ul-.'
m~iru v ha,.1-1.1 11 itill-I I~v SanntlW.i
Ii -a.Pin-nt, oRi. &;i l:0, #r 1tua4Ier, Lhitt
P-u.-rt *[i Ri i L~ilpw w.r u n'.:-hav.. d.-rid,1,-


illie1l It Street I'i lit.
; :'i ,i"-\. WV V... .April #;.-lIn a
.r t it hlrrt' t,,lav Shilly tk artz was
-hb .s : iu tanTly kill-. in a quarrvl
,\ h 1.-, 1t ..-rr hlay. A gr,'vt
r~\ It i a r -t l a'ii Intul \ li,- with lili-
lt ', irf','\', ti titir r -I" tl ,l l-h,(..
Kilh'.l ,y a Negro).
SI SK-. C., Aipril f; -N.-ws lhas
n'a' hl-ii hert- that aiil n 'ri latiiedl laip.
t'-l Siinnimo-s ithot titid killed a white
f.-nintr, Joit itt-askiini-. niar her.-
W\Vhn you want soinmethtin, toi hal
i horn. or a iore. or a cut, why n ot
try Banner Salve which isiguaratnte-d
t he moit healing ointm' nt in the
w,orl,,. Taike ino substitute. W. A.
I t TAl idbertAe.


ewsthe AiTh8Kitil YOlTUAIW!wS e0
'ina


Nobby children's fancy .-ui'- for
S* arly priug. at \Vhit-'s.

M EMPLOYMENT O(fl'FICI.


Ring up 3W2 or call at the office,
11 North Paafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Curpenter'*
and Joi.ers' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n26tf

Iron bedsteads are cool,
comfortable and, durable-
just what you need for
summer use. Call at Mars-
fon 4 Finch's and select
one.


MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
Voice 4 ulture. Violin and Piano, Leipsig
-Pytem ;also Guitar. Banjoand Mandolin.


%ND TIN BlE- 1AND)S
FOR SALE.
lioars Pheed at Reasorable Rates


LAI


2.G -'NTS.


"'CJU~Trade


- -- .,. -


H DURMAM cigars have -edi"c* oc*ety. Aler *l ln
Sbeen tied and fire test- There will be a regular meeting of
byeen tiedandireiB the Pensaccla Medical Socieety at 9
ad. D'Alemberte sells 'theBoard of Health oie a t

GENETAL INSURANCE. 'clock p.m.Tu"ay. AprilU10nd 24,
thE m.Vi'itiug physicians are cordlallJ
.. .... ... in. i vited to attend l.."
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
-I- T 1--31.. President. PImfalwt Street.


Real Estate Agents,


Inatlgestisiiu


F. F. Bx-c-:, MT. *..
r4 e~crotary.


ANNISTON COTTON MILLS.
~~~~le 140 1'.:- 1eat14411Ilsit at an
S-arl'. Dall'.
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Vt, t ,I


5~mt Pensacola. Florida.


h- nGOLAY=-4

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

X. F. GONZaIEZ & CO., Preps,
anufactur-rs
CHOICE M A.1L ANI 1'4- I-. (lGUrOU
STOCK iJ,;.l
Patroniz-e Hom, Industry. for there IS
every rv-son vou should buy y,,ur Mel am
stoc-k 7t.e*d from the1 HoI.- Manufaetsrew
Ifor by to doing yonU tin-(,'a, home Ind us-
try. Your money is left In the roimmnumiY
antd you Iin turn are indirectly beneget.
In fosterlng the home manufacturer you
contribute to the causeof labor. You owe
it to the community in wbich you live ai
which contributes to your support.

PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

Dr. Mlareellus 5TleCreary,


SPhysici ani Snrg on.
Ihflt'i'n bt' H',tel gialni'in,
')II, ee,1 I'. tAlinterte Hu:..bl g J. 8 oOtIh
iilaftox l*trfr t. iIi'htf bT .

SDa. Wx. C. DwBmBAY.

OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Drug 8tow.
IRSIDWPO-4AQ9 JAs o0 8Stm
. .... -

Wm. P. Marean, I. D.,

Hlome1oatic PkySici i and 8irlM,
Late of Ocala. Ia..
Offers his professional services 'o .he *eJ*
sena of Pensacola.
Espeial attention given 0 StO tratmw e
of Chronic laseslae and DieeasM of
Women and Childrto.
Thirty Years Practice in the L outb.
Office Hours:-v a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 4 p. .
Residence Phone No. 1.
IraemtB-lount Bllding-RB.sn S

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
MInis Temple. MoPkM


GRIND E[ASIIR BILL!
To be givenn By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of N..
( dd Fellows Hall. Warrington,


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Tickets:-W cents. Ladies Free. Free
Transportation on Dummy.


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LEADING F&IR. LIFE. MARINE,
AOCTCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
S'URANCE COMPANIES. .....

Ucmeail Alents of tie Equitab

Life Asliralne Society of t1e

gnit SlStates,


Oi t .rZ.oA n:rYW: r, IC .eases. Guaranteed to cure


See- the nobby etl-ct- in M(.'n '.
ho-s, at VWhite's.


OPERA HOUSE.

ONE SOLID WEEK!


PHIL AND NET TI5


(;uoils and Milllicry.


'iWt'd ('v, (i~evnnt ?S. ie-t.
Foit ndries ((n d .Ia ch iii isf .
C. 'M. SWFKK-NY. 1W .1. C(Ns~.4\
coi-: l 1 X' VI: F4 PUNIIPt Y & 31.14 'l1-Nf
Cf tL'AN Y.

Gclv. r ii Bl:,cksmiths, MAehuwi-'rz-'
iY ,i Set !Iron Wtork-rs., toprlt raMitnh!
Work, 1hnib 3D.! StI ai-hip Work a
>I eci ~a t V.
Fittiasrq for S egin. Wt-r nid ;Gas.
I alafifx Sirct<'. Wha!f.



Bf ; I;.inj IN' b~lS.
A --in~rj, I .ini of n'c nb
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Ico millI C'ol(1StoraFe


IIIl -TL RA IFIF, ON I(Ii -" P '1ix'-


!-lez I Ine --'# and

THI I :tA. W. A1bl v miLIAM) CuLl'


to pfruwtuce aT remeay equal
to the Matchless .Mineral
Water for the cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
allforms of Stomach, Bow-

el Troubles and Skin Dis-


IV"lei2 Ip --II .4


or ione ey rei UuLtCuL. LU' FRK STEAM DIVISION
only J cents a day to use it. PKN.Ls )LA EL -TIC TERMLNAI
RAILWAY COMPANY .
' -_ 7 -j *, 7 7 -


ti




S.


IDNw m-a: Jrtie


Pricesl10, 20 and 30c.


MONI)DAY NIGHT,


Fighting foF a Fortune.

('HAN(.E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.

Ladiv- free Monday niiht it accompanied
by a perrolL holding a paid 80-cernt ticket,
it reserved before'*i p. m. Monday.


I

tor
fro


!'ie dollar boutte last tiveit- Tratlsln. -'nv-Pon-acolm for the LIttlt
Hay.)u. '-'aiujttto H..ach. Warringtun, Nav)
jw ii,, 'Yar': anid Fortr. rrt,-eas at
days. 8:3(; it arrive at Fort kinrrauciis 7:15s.rn
l)Ja.uz. -u-mn-sat Fort ParmnreLan 10.45A.11)
For -sale by all dru_,d'ists: '*0' nt' ;I!. a.tt Fort, Barrarems 1i04t)
!-- -,.% 3:Wp. ft. mar:'v- at ortt iurrncitneu 6:-)p mi
780 il T. Giie'en ACo. 3 6:1,. p. arrive at i-orL l'arrauea: 7: 10p in
P. .n larve atFon t arrancas 4:4i penm
P aliat ox Street. C01a .' t,
731 -ni. rv-rivp at rPc'b'aco!a ....9 ,A
OR ADp. i rrnvStat l'enm'olm .....2:45i p. M
~. inn turvoa''-nt 7: l.n'Li 15b p in
i4X4pM. Arin. ary, aPionicola .....7:45P iM
'5:44Vp.1-n.Larriveat Penefuol a ......V:SJ p.r,

Gree~nville. Ala. -9-1 'tAY s&umLDrLa.
pe-.AocoA. Lv For. marranoass
Irebfiiiiuiii l r.azi Jiidi~te Gaih1D, m.L".10. M
ha 'i. It M,
(4 HKR VI .I~n.P A Ala.. A n p .i :P,.m
Strike great pli-asure in ci-rtifi in': ;o [it-, 0 S. in.
rity Band the merit, of Wilkin-wti'-, M ltcin- P. I P. M.
is %liaeral Water. This natural mineral 4 P.flr SOp M.
nk, to my nersoinal knowle-dgo. is taken 5 p. t6 p.m.
)Inn a well I gree miles Past of G(env-sivlle. 6 P.iM. 7P.-in.


in the exuct condition in which it i-5 sold. I PARE Pt WYONWZ DATY.
have seen this water used. with wonderful Pen acola to Fort Bd'rrancaa&nd retOrn
success, for dyspepsia. indigestionn. orte Penscoola to Navy YarC sad return ......
eyes and for eruptive diseases. sores and Penaaoola to Palmetto Beach andreturn
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles. I do not b-lieve itos FA roS ORSUNDAY
equal exists. It is highly recommended by feaaola to 3rt Bwrrano Navy
physicians for a number of diseases. Isrd and return............................
ZJoLL(AsoZOW Peasseola to Paluetto Beaoh and
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County. retur
Alabama.


Pensacola Business Index.


China and Glassware.
S .1 ISAACS,


Job Printers.

I TIV 14 WH IiTE


Au. ateware, Tinware and CrocKerv. ",., o M ,
1 south P tret. (J. S. Rob- Commercial Printer. laler and Binder.
erts' 4'iId SN-nd
Carpenters' Toolk and Shelf Ilirdware No. 2111. South l'alafox Street.
a st e(ialty.


Commission 'iMerchan ts.


FrlE .JACOBY ,,OCFlIY


Good Work at Fair Prichs.

Laundries.


AND COMMISSION CO ,
Ilandlers of We,-'ern anti 'ountr STAll LAUNDRY CO.
Protllict of all Kinds. Every Class of Laundrv Work Done
G; *nc-ries and Feed Stuff. with Neatness and Despatch.


("b'ff~ee 1)aters n4 td (rititler- awlbiTea
Blendlers.
Ilzcf ri~,-r:ittc'r service. Conqignmentm


('ar Al, lQ' an utfactu iex

.1. M. HO WEL-L.


WALKKn IN;tRAIAst. Proprietor.
:7 East ( arden Street.
Phone. 114.

Mimic Houses.


Est ablished I -'.4.) )
Manufarlturer ot Fitre (:iar i:,c-. Ti:- MUSiC House,
tiNpairin-tt in :t,I its ranches Pruomptly The LAading Music House in Florida
Attended to. and Alabama.
lorse Shot ing, a Specialty. 1",.. pioneerr rusic house has est.ah-
1i-' East -ardein Stre..t. lisherl a reputation for fair dealing and
low p-ces. Manufacturers agents for
.1 M IilLLIAltD & CU., the Cel-unrated Kranich & Bach piano,
Sl'stah!ished l-7 also Chickering, Weber, Krell, l.enter,
Smith & Barnes, Willard and Royal
M:tnufacturers and Dealers in Carri'.es, Pianos. Thesa pianos are direct from
BEngi-, \a:tgns and IDrays. the factory, and are not shipped over
Repairtg A.ttended to Promptly. the country from one
Ph ne 124 3n l:Eit Garden S'r.et. BRANCH HOUSE rTO ANOTHER.
Yun can alwav be sure that the piano(
Furniture. you get from (I.UTTER is new. We
keep all pianos sold by us in tune for
t A. IPRYI)R'S two years free of charge. Terms ou new
BARGAIN Fl lNITU'I" E HOUISE, pianos from $ per month up.
eap-.ler in a (:;nneral Line. of Furniture, 112 and 114 South Palafox Street.


Wh-.le-ale and Retail.
4o, 42 sndU 4 South I'alrf.ix S rept.
I.argest l-'inmtst and B'est A-sorted *"'Ip-
tL'-i)Ate" Furciture S-ock in
tho City.
Terinw-Eihcr Cash or Inmtail.nint Plan.


.Marble and Granite Works.

PENSACOLA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
(WILLS & BROITGHTON, Props.)


Mle
als


No freghbt received after 8:1& p. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF rxein&AS.
Penwaola Alndge. No. 3. K. of P,
meets every Monday even-
ing at *1 at Castle Hall.
f in Hutchinson hall. Wtit
Int-ndencia street.
visitingg brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. JV-D&'VlI Kx,
H. HORSnICK. C. C.
K. R. & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
Metq firat anI third Friday night In
each month. Visiting sovereigna cordi.
ally invlti. W. W. WATMhoN,
H. It. TH A M S, Clerk. C. C.


Cold Weather

Coming. lond In ye
orders and letus ill your bin before $
coldsnap arrives. We will send yoe S
* best coal you can procure for either beklag
or heating purposes at reasonable priew.


Dealers In


Tel o Offce and Yard: B. E. Corner Zarrageou
Telephone No. 147. and RallroadM Streets.


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The Mo-t Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal, Served Dally,
and Short Orders Served at all hliur.,. Special Weekly Rates.


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F I-_,ur q..,I
lDesignus and E',irimaes 1'rnished on
Applicw'iou.
Work done on Short Nogun'c, SLtiifac-
No. 2 North PAAf)z and -, to lo; Fast
G trden St reet.-

Restauraid s-

N!CK'S hESiTA IliZA.NT
,'Nick Apl).)Stlt l:op.
MEALS AT ALLI.luDl IkS.
Fish ant Ii v)tlo-sa Speciailty.
Finext I1kters nrn the (iTN.-
Tlic Be-t tuA r ti~ t'ieMarket
.%ff!)rd 4.
I *"biflDIViy A lNiaht-
211 soiut'.i I' lafot. Street.-


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1 lSlil.I; lE.AI. l.--FATE \16l M 'Y.
I, Ilanhe \ .l-ot), M.1 uac r.
l-:i:t E-.tate. l;-cts at;' !. -ans.
S*;lic,- F sLer lBuilliug.
Sou'h: l'.i'~ffx -'rt- '.


THE DAILY NEWs.
An 'p-to-Date Evening PI.per.
Delivered by carrier r a: 1 .'*. a Wet-k.
THE WEEKLY NEWS,.
Published Every I-riday at -1 a Year.


R rlTE:-F-rom l1.0 to 1.:. petr Day. LODGING:
.1.5' anrid IS, .. South Palatfox Street. pen-,.ola.. Vilridal I 25 and 50c


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G. W. Arras.Prest. & Ge-n Manager.! Has a Large Circulation in
j Western Florida and Soutiern Ala-
Corner Wright and Ilayne Streets. bama.


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Do yvou heli'-v all vou re:1l in th!
pape-r-'.' x a2' .:i ration- a in :idvo rtis-
ing Iuin;y di tr, tl P t1--liu) ;dtt l i i.)t:
but w" .Tr" nft -*',kinii'. ;rs-irg at-
trLtio \W ,'re lo4 kinll for ptrma-r
tIlt ci tot.t prs. I \V ite''.

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

W1kIKLY UCHEDUL I


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PUWe. allengde the world
RrPRtJ;SRET TWl.NTV-TW()OF0?Till -17 .. 7


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Ifair Goods and Millinery.1 Statuary Monuments. Vaults, Head-
tones, Vases, M-tal Wreaths. Trel-
MRS. SARIH I, BEIRNE, I lis Work, Settees, Cha!ir, Bouquet
H older, Cem -tery Copings.
Mann'acturer of and .Deal.r In Hair IrJn Fences and all k.nds of Cemetery


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.
..i.f t e


THE DAILY i.wS: COURT OF APPEALS


wered at the Post Offlce at Pensacola.
Ia.a sseeond-cla~ i matter.
OricC: Pitt Building,21li-, South Pala-
f aitreet ,ap-stairi.
PIBLIHI:rt BY
TRE NEW8 PUBLISHING CO.

Trme-lnvarlably in Advance.
04* YVer bh Mai -
as Mothf- "'
Tr1e Mlonthb "1
a o e. by C.'arri-r, payable Monday It,

THE WK ICKI Y NEWS:
Ptblashrd every Friday at ?$1.,< per year
Pansge free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

A rti ing Rates Furnished on Application.






Thas paper s on fie with the
MINn ADVERTISING CO.,
lstt Blding. St. Paul. Minn.. whert
dhe vertim and other: may
esseteit and where estimates will be RiveL.
igeMamep for GENERAL ADVERTISING

PEINSA00LA. APRIL 7. 1900

PRFIC1'dCT IE.F;GATES8
The Mdayo I>emocratic ('luibof P.-nrsacola
b aa-.dor-,d tlib followiingl ticket for (tel-
*$ft&S from th' city preneinits t theil l.n-
iratic County convention to het h'Id at
rowlton. April 14 and ak that t!ihey i
givei a beartv support by the voterr:
Prerio ct 12 '-q H. ii iKle-. Il %.cil c iSh -
s. Wmi. l azz'1l. J. 1..Maxwell, and 1. F.
Wrigbton.
PrectiCt 1:;-W. A. Hlount. Thb.-. Hanja h.
John Ctrist .). ., -o. V t. h # nd W. T.
Ptirtet 14 -<;.o. lirwn .Joe. I. lohn;'on.
J. M. > 'reeinct l -F.. H. I'utna nt John HVe,t.
Wait. Sennett,J. I: .\t rcr-nintile air l V. A
XIUDlia!ii.

GYN. ISHAW, cotulinander-iti-chief
of the G. A. R.. upon his return from
his late southernn tour, declared t:hatt
wherever he went he was gre-ted by
Confederi:te and Federal v<.tf-ran
alike. and th!at now is the time.i
when the brave men of the South
and the North are "welded" together
by joint military servi.'e to a com-
mon country. to establish a national
memorial day for all of the coun-
try's soldier dead. He favors the
last 8unday in May. and expects the
matter to come up at the next na-
tional eticamptent at Chicago.

HERE is another strong argument.
from the Gainesville Sun, in favor
of the establishment of canning fac-
tories:
The. vtablishing of canning factories in
Florida is again tbeini agitate-d tiy thel tate
pros. We know of no good rea-on why
aneb factorliA bshuidl not be built and op-
erfsdinalln parts o t hei late. litier.- i
certainly an luviting field for a canning
41ctUrY In this locality. We know of no in-
lmsa.ee il'ire canning factories hiavne been
Irilt that they have not proved 1jroiitantie.
Thl stateanuually lo-'s hundreds of thou--
andsol dollar' by not canning product-i
whbch go to waste. Why *hlouhl we sdii(l
abroad for that whicht can Iw product-ed t
bome*n The none -'nit away builds upi
other localitie.. hi ', t>hat wlu'ic h is nv i- -
ed t homne contriui te- to thI ablvainicemnlit
of all the various h.t.r..'-< ,f F.oir. 1dl.

MANY tii-w-pap*r riadvr- doubt-
Jees imagine that Honi. Lui ,,
F_. Wright of Mtipliii. who li;.-
been aplotinteitd a Illeiber if the,
new Philippine- cotint i--iin, i< anll
aged ('olifedi:t. veteran bocan-e
je is called '" ten.ral." The fact is
not generally known that pro-. -
, called "* !i -itor- :et. r.,i." (;, ."
W right rcrti rl, ti;l- r, ~ -;+,-ildl-
a n h ont rt:it. ;" ....iti ,ii. i.>.-i<'+, 1. i-
t.tle. Hf i- ;i ; !i"y :!1'i of tii--
tinguished .-i:'- lti,. Arcl ihal M
Wrltht, fornier chief ju-tice' ,f t .-
teIn e>t.-.t., -. t'l, 111 't. lrt. ainl I-
ini tus a l l,,-t in thle (C' 'fe **-rviee.


H i:ui;-. "- t,.,* v; w tlhat i- t:,k, ,.!
":!e I'i ,rto Ii ,o t.i :TI ilif 'il'y by t!,e

i.,or< of lit-. I :f- dii., r< i it 'i 'I
:.ew pa I -. iId vy th L.i-a ,d- ,' r,-
Inblican c tit i in t \ r' -N .'t:; i f

i t ptublic'a- -tI;, i" i.;ill
an 1 .'hn- :--' r :.. .i .' s. 1 ..
and meani ** f o .
i iu d d ias -t i t I- r ', i i I '- 5 "

-nd a il ir,- d-t i \1 :it r !n '* 1. -,
mti atid cp ;I''a['. P I
ti>on of iIn \ f'.s '.' Ir ll- It e si ; v + t '
t.ontrouti ,\ -* ; ,;t ,:"' !: li .
'4t atfcpr< n'.- r n i"is- ;i i ,. 1'
May r pii-1---- i .-' .:i :]. 1 '-,- i. :\,. ;I
tad faith aniid g! -!. I I -;. :1<*
tli it t. ilt.' -11 lt '1 1t.! !', :1 1 ; -
.C x ao ri, lrttwer; atl -nl t1- gloro us- vitito!\ % k I'11 -!i 1. it .'
TH1 K Nw \ ,,k Tlpi:, t, I. "+.
.l"l 'l in^ it\, 1' -t,,! ;,l>," t t1 !.,:,
H B P Lilit .&I,;: : ,-l -V ., *i ; ,.!
Floritla 'rt-'in'. -. Ms. }.
Flailer:
The lt o il e :: i lf: i-, il I i -
'airy. as a c5Ito* .,UienI-.* \ at alain f Itie
rn a l.diy i ,.rt. sI Iag;ier f-.l i' it. eI1
^*' t. W tb M xitll; m,* his foiihr'r "lit,-t
posat.troai whictl a line-iii sli-amer- ralI to
Caub&. PIolanti other: :l minut- aM-
Talm Irn.mio ai ch a *:mrilar Oirt- ran to
Havasna. To I'lar.1 o-ia. day. po story iiat i
it. Flalier sent the to.li ing invitiati', t"

Ileary Plant. New ork ciry;
t'a's you pa. ile a visit a:1 M.1ainr.
11. M 'i. ;I F .
Ad straightway -came the reply:
N. M.VgIP lor. l-. Augustine. ila :
Aowept tth mu, h pleasure. but where on
*artb Iso Miami H. B. PILA'T.
In answer to th!:. lFla'I r sent the fol-
t. iwgdire Ilonen to bas friend.
-n Hery It. PIlant. New Yort city.


DECIDES FOR BECKHAM

Holds That He Is Legal Gov-

ernor of Kentucky.


FHA'KF'ORT. Ky., April ti-The cr-urt
of app*'al- today handert d,,uwni a deci-
sion in ae gojverurshbip tie D+-'n'et 'rats.
ThL uti:ioir: is by six of the judges.
far D.mi,' ratc and two Republicaus.
O:ne Reiullican., Dur,'-, dissenting.
Judge Durell was the only judge dip-
scutinml Tue other two Republican
judges, Barnumi and Guffey, gave a sep-
arate opinion from the Democratic
;ud e., but which agree with the Demo-
f.:aTi,' m ,rblwr- itnits (-'ncln.-iin.

His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citi-
zen of Hannibti, Mo.. lately had a
wonderful deliverance from a fright-
ful death. In telling of it he says:
'-I was taken with Typhoid Fever
that ran into Pineunmnita. MYy lutns
becatne hardened. I was o weak I
couldn't even --i. up in bed. Noth-
iig helped me. I expected to )oon
die of Coniuiption,. when I heard of
Dr. Kin,"'s New I)icovery. One
bottle gave -gieat relief. I conitn-
tued to use it. and now ai well and
-trtii. I Cl tin' ;t a v" too o illch in it.
prai-e." 'l!:is miarv-loiu- tiiiediine
i- the "U--t and qui,-ke-t ctiil', ill
the world for ill Tl.ir,:t and L.iiut
Trouble. Rlaiular size 50 cent-t; alld
$1.141. Trial lbottl!- fi--f at; \V. A-
l)'A leitberte'. (lr.li -to'.r : -very
lI-ttle gluarantI .d.I

T!'e nobbi-t -'pring s-tyle- ii lha:
:it \Vhite*-.

Habitual con-tip:itioin i- til dor
throlugl! w which it iny >t ti.- -erini-
i!ll ot the body a-ir admitted. The
oc.'ai ;io il tl e oi I'H14L' vN A'-H Bl i-
TI-i:. w ill -i,,\** :ni ' tre'-iv,, c inilii. in. S-ilu by Hai- naii


Tl.-at f.elirg of complete ;atitac-
tion ;z e- with our cloetinr; their
merit i-s s-eln at a glance; the- price
i < an lob'jCt lesson in econiill.
W 1. it e',
>.1V" lltf.M I Largely Attended and Enithuniaoiti'
Meeting Last Night.
A largely attended meeting of the
May- Democratic club was held la.-t
niiiht in the court room .it their *.,unnty
iourt h',ti-e and wa-i prt--id ed over
by Mr. T. E. V%' *lies itn the al--llnee
ot Pro.-idelit P.;tnalii.
A- -poke'ilan for the vari.ii pro-
ciict 'ominnlittr'e- Mr. Welles stated
that the situation had been e ire-fully
canva-sed and looked very favora-
ble. They !'ad filounid on the lit-be-
twO' 1 .ll ili and l .ll, 'id a ca refill aiial si --howed that
a l:ar- li.ajoi it*y. perrhap- two-thiid d
of tle wl .l.-. \ o'reit thei dt' i .rate
t t !i c t t!fovt',,ti' ltioli t d'PT'ref dl
hv)' te M: y- club. A letter hil lhbe,-i
rece iv l i'.,li 1. i. .) |,iy- e-x "--
1iig i plea-ilre .;t :!.- .iI' li i.rl' ri' I -
lv r: id i,,,, t:1 i li i it, n ili 11 i- 'itu o
anid th.fl .il w',ls d alw iv- l:il' 1 th-
.v' in1. r1t;- of E-c' uyi N Cit co In'i. I ity
l~i~ri l'-lo l. "!'1,1.-Tis ann ,-uncl -i!ii it
w.li- tr y.t ,l tv I tiarty a;niplan~-e.
Sli.irt, pitrtin ii tailk- w ier, ti n-!i
inail- by tDavid 1-h-iL.,ili. latviiI
'lo i:i. '. 1. 'Co-ton. l PI'pe Ree--. .
.I,,-. ltown, J EId. flrien,. < 'I
\.r;ani. Jtludve' A. '. 1; unit. H ,';r
l'-;linsi-r. T. E. W elles and C'!:.-. A.
t'iioa te.
M ri. ()O' ri i t pr-f3iC'd !1ii- rT ibila k
bly co enrattII.ltil tli-e detnocrir iOf
Il- l a bia upon the t lit llli.-ia-li
-:,- Ili t i- Caliil.lli ; that h< -~.w
lI-fote ['ini. StluWiitr iall -artiest it.-
te ut i s!th ca::ndiddacy of 1). H.
NI -Iy refires iiat iVe Womrk inin ol1if
til' cly'V. andl it wa- right that tih.
- ,,,: ;,i. l i il:1-P-lt w :i- i -
l!+,- :n.n :i: .. \w ,- eni-i r ,llyl r, l* r: .
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CELEMtATEO produces poisor.
and from th i
-prings
m C mstipation.
SDyspepsia an ,
Liver Trouble.
_The Biters will
1,help to ,II; st
your feod. an(,
thus create
healthy. active
STOMACH blood. It'- ar.


AMONG THE


BUSY BUILDERS


Work of the Week Done By

Union Men.


An Interesting Report on New Build-
Ings. Repairs and General Im-
protvenents. Reported Business
New f by) the Efficient for The
Agent of tie Carpenterb' 'nimn.
The H hotel .-ciimbia n si. ec.iin ig soime
necessary repairs which nave beet noted iit
our local columns.
The' new infirmary has received! it ilinli-
Ing cout of paint.a tan colorwith light gray
trinnming-. Altfog-ther. it ,pre-ent- :i very
neat and beautiful appearan-ce' and will i'e
known hereafter as .:. Anthon' N Hos-pit;:l.
I'nion carpenters are erecting a large
two--tory bililid ing on De 'Villier- t treet. be-
tween Belmont and Wright street-,for &.eo.
1.. .r,..-ni. The lower floor will be u-el aIs a
IL uriii 'ir.' liotu-s. the second floor for a linil.
iteiiei-r-mi, I'.n.iitiam in's pretty little cost-
t e corner mmor i'ot Im. and r (iideln strn 't.
to I rated tito M. .r-. Watti. A I. is., i- lin-
ishlid and turned o\er to the owner.
1'iionu carpenters have another two-stiry%
tivelillitng i courIe of erection lfor J. J. 1M-
e'eIkill next to the one nearly completed
for the same ientlemran.i iun th#. corinr (of
iBnylen and Cervantes treet-s.
T'hI' foundation of A. V. C'lubbbs l'1-r~e
wairelhouse ion the corner of rariagirtoa and
tirard(l-in streets is nearly colnit-l1-te(d.
Thie foun:litions ifor two neilt cotaic -- for
\. (r'tihuttl lire completed ion 1.t. U'er-
vante' street im-ar Alcaniz. The-i are coni-
tracted to A V.'luttbs.
A ldwellirng on South 'i. 1, -tie'Cet blong-
In to Mikt c fi'L ary hia- i.et-li u-titly, !'e-
pit i red.
.\ crew of C. H. Turner's imeni hiv re'-
paired the outbuildings at the resiomI-n of
F. C. Brenit, at lt s'East Ilomana street. Mr.
I'urner also has a crew of mein employed
building about seven miles of fence entios-
i.ng the property owne-d by Mrs. Haars.
ntliiot two and one-hal miile-s north of the
city.
John tRauscher is having an addition
e-rected to his dwelling onil regory street.
between Alcaniz and Cevalhl- streets. Mrs.
Sarah Hoc ton's residence. 512' event ave-
nue. has undergone slight repairs. These
two jobs are contracts of M. J. t'Iark.
Me-sra. West & Petty have the contract
of a one-roomn house for A. A. Fsiher on
North spring street.
It. H. Hteine has a crew of mlen einip'oyvi
Building himself a very desirable diwellm:ig
jnst north of the round house on Jackson
st reet.
The frame is up for a beautiful live-room
cottage for B. I.. Pepper on lth siie-,t near
Stddtart's avenue; contracted to F'. .4.
Williams & Co.
T'he dwelling owned by Will Dunhain.
corner of lieVilliers and Roiiana streets.
hai lei'.n liovea out on a lina with the
street. I- heinu remodeled and repaired.
and will be used in the future as a *;r ciey
store. Thie work is Ibeiisg diLi- Iiy fCtias. I1.
T' urnier.
irsue -li-ilit repairs have been going ,is: itt
the store itf o.. Morrnitso, nisoi repH rs iit the-
ttoire If McKenzie- t-rtn i g t' Co., Ubin on
South l'alfox street.
Eilplihi oes f .1. M.C'ronia aro til; ,:iUnZ it
four-rotoiii ctlltage one Ln-t MNain tli-i, t ill
tin I'llt M lili 1 .
i >ur ariinti .rtiedc fried di iof nsf t I :. whI :
I. i i\ b I i.i ca irryin. n i aii 1 pi hio .: n t -' i s *i t.
!le tir'i 'l ti lld 1 lll ei thie mli l n ti ottI (il ilii-
i.V ii tbuildli gll llal.es dli !1 !' It :!. W .* k
(iln -. it, *. -tll. enjoying ti. r jnI'l .t" l |Ii ;v-
lle 'n tlll llre a e ti'lii l. tnlv' ;t X p:tVi '" -
}I t'f iklr ilai : liy U.. ti-,' ,'" iis ri". hll tl the t!l V lt%.' s |l'i. ;l, il it i
I'll, ch n l t .to s lio hv lini h; ir i ;i 'k:i .'
Ir'! uiarv+-t mfri l ihr-e Iw a l -ri. -n;lii-.
hfrn f *T w+e titv. I t.- ll IT i; "Il.-! i ,:*-
i,,'t( \I '. I ir -t -i o f ht r i hi ae hI i-'. i -
t.iiltrv .' r 7-ronl iiin di\\ht- lli i i.i 1 -
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lil %. fa+ llilll-'.e t11 tt sl-ep 111 i-! !,i, i
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The Israt in the World.
We believe Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best in the world. A
few weeks ago we suffered 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-
ville, Ind. For sale by Hannah
Bros., 21 S. Palafox street.
For Fly Time.
Messrs. J. E. Ross & Co., No. 11 N.
Palafox street, have perfected ar-
rangements for the manufacture of
the best window screen ev( r placed
upon this market. They claim for
it the following desirable features:
It can be removed and stored
away at the end of the tly -eison
without the ute of tool; tie blind
and sash of the window can be easily
handled from the in-ide without in-
terference or trouble from tht -creel. ;
it is simpl e it" Constnrucetition, ai.d the
price is so li-w as to hI within the
reach if all. Call and examine it,
and leave- yourr dt-r for any riuuibr
from o;ie to '11 ttihunlireUd.

NUT'. 10c. IPl- PO Ni.
Ja(ohy- !)i a .-li to il0o) poullAlsd of;
Italian C'le-tntii.- antid choicee Halzel- 1
nuts. whi'i,, he i *lffeitrin tto c'l-e i
4out, at l1 1o.-iit- I r iound. 7.itf
Gumblio Supper and fFili liChowder.
The Frati-ni-Vtirein of the (ieruan
Lutheran church will give it guili bo
-upper and fl-li chowder at the Mer-
chant- hi te-I on Tuesday night,
April 17, at s o'clock. Tickets fior
gumtnbo or chowder are for sale by
all members of the Veroin and at the
Merchants hotel, price 25 cents.


! 25 center will piy f,,r tti, -.-
i edition of the Jark-onvii:.. "\..
lis. a lan e s or 12 page p i:
now until Nov. leoth, by :
and $2.,'4) will pay ftr
Jacksonville Metropoli-
until Nt-v. loth. for ca-h i
only. Tlhe obj-ct of t! -
l lellod offer is ti, give tt i
P lorida a chance to k- .
the news of the contii'.
campaign at ,-xtr.'min.y I.w
also to make th-in btte-r
with the leading fre -
Bryan liewspaper in tl -
cailrtoons are alone wrt: .
l ni t -e.i "


Wttilliam toRn on 'oll$ .


0 .


SOur 20th Year at 1
OU Present Locationl 1!


-~ATHE


* BIG STORE@!


, FOR EASTER. *


Shirt Waists.


Elbnhritl-red WVhite \Wai-t-. 7T.'.
$1.1 i. *1.2.> to $ -' i.
Mi.- W.' Wi-t-. 4ic to $#.oi.
C('olored WV.ai-ts. 4",'- to t0i'.
S1lk W\,i-t- for 3.1:-.


Skirts.


WVhii,- PiiUe. Embroidered. S-.
White Duck. .)5 to $;.5i1.
tielletea Applicued. in New (.'l-
or-., .."'A) to $3.51.
Black Brilliantine. Box Pleat-
ed l. 4.''o.
Novelty (ioodis in Black, $:.51.i


We are doing a big business, and
it is no wonder. Why shouldn't we? Millinery.
There is no particular mystery about
our success. We always have the We are Sho
right goods, the right service and Pattern Hal
the right prices, and these always Bunch Viol
win. We emphasize the honest treat- and Forgt't
Inent feature and sell to sell again. Bunch.
WhIite'.i. TLatest Styl.
7!-w :rand 1*.i-i


.-i -17 1' ..il 1


Motto: Absolute Purity.

clothing g that is tailored hiouet.y
and thoroughly at White's.

ROSS & CO.'S
FLY SCREENS.

(-'ro,,-+-t c lelhrated $3 a irl $d .'.
Shoe.!-., a a

T 0 titiar.v piopIo losie valuable
tiii, Iu experilltientill.: with
,il 1 iind cold c rlies. I'hey -hould
take fo1\- s Ho::ev a(nd Tar before it i-
too LATE. w A. Aleh'bert'.

n1 1ilt:1o-t every neitlhoi lsn, d
t;],. i- -lli' i n w i o i~ 4,11o I t,- ,l:.to
lit" i! -t\ ( ed tiv ('li iiht'rlaiii'- (' u dii'.
(i ,Ie tl.a tiI; l t'D rirhi- It.-.ierldy, mor
W :,, li:I- li t ( .ird oitf chro,'ii' di-
: .... byv ~~h i-i of !that I tist lii,'.
t .':- 1 ,1 k 1 point m t l i :
Sit w. t i s oppI.r t mnity o f-


wing a Nice Line of
ts at Low Price-.
et-', Roses, Dai-ey
-ine-Nots at '.'c a
-s ill Sailor- at -lt'.
).
led on short Notice.


French Caps.
Our 1"pi zig IL in" N. .

I I -M. ri



Clothing.

at $ 1411.14)to) ISI, 4").
Y IO3. 1!, ii i l $ I i .i
1 a~Pant. 11 eti
mii .de gf d


Straw Hats.


-pecial-4 ill Boys. 2.-.. ~.,


Shirts.

$1.5) ea vI I
..(I l)ozcrlBoys-' Shirt-..
e wch.
.-hirt Vai-t-A fior By.w
without t (CiiIa r-a. ct4 ,c


New Idea Patterns



10 cents each.,


GW OODS:


Displayed on (Oir Couiters Each Week!




Ji~illiatti '30bliioti & go!i.



J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-- ftIll; i -i*;i Ia,,,l r- i. --


iCarriages, Buiggies, Woons and Iwi'd%.


) _Repairing Attended to Promptly.


ii ..-2,


P 'N. AII


SPIN I D INI LENTEN SPECIALTIES
!-< N ( i '.i 1 i .l I uI I l I "


Fi~ Ly 12-,.,i'N & co'0


di '. LII hAC1. LII-

SF WI'il, Js1


M'NT WRFERS OR BON4 BONS.


SALMON :-TEAK.
I 1PER D I El" OINI IEt. AMS.


rcrT'T T tr~7 rnih~Ti~ i


T'?h-. i n. voli' t | 11n TONICH K _
to, : .. "i t,-inp, r will alvay- bivI
tri '- ** -i- who w.nl h it- ILS ECONOMY '
ri't.itven i-st keep her health. If -ii- -,.,eh.,,t ti t,' -E CO tlt M ti--
is we ak,-ickly and all run do ,i. sIve-
will be- iinivotis and irritable. If --he lazy sprini- day-" to driv- :iway that
ha- coin-tip.tion or kidney trouble, tired feeling. Mountain Mi int Toni- O)ur REFRIGERATORS are Guarante(j- to te
her iinnpure-hl'lod will cause pimples. d;oe thi-. It invigorat,'- arid puri- and take a lower tenti. ratiir*- t'laii any other on the miarkot.

wretched complexion. ElectricBit- ties the blood. It curt- the worst They have an Ab,,lute DbRY AIR PROVISION CHAMI. f.I
ter- is the hest medicine in the cases of inldiLrestion. It cures per- Wariranted Ab-olutelyv dorle -.
world to re til ite -tomach, liver and |inanently al i stotnach troubles. It
kidneys and to purify the blood. It makes the sick well: the weak
give- strong nerves, bright eyes, strong: and it uive.'-one who is all, / Our Ice Cream Freezers
-mooth. velvety skin, rich complex- run down a new ease on life and aream reeer
tion. It will make a good-looking, healthy appetite-. Mountain M3int WARRANTE) TO REEZE IN ;l'. MINUTE.-
charming woman of a run-down in- Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
valid. Only ioi c-iits at W. A. D'Al-I people in Pensacol:a. everyone of
emberte. whom heartily rpcnimmna'nds it as the I W Prices no Higher tht>n for Infer or inakes. Come nir -"
best tonic they ever u-.d. It does plain them to you.
We make Clothing to order. and more than we claim for it. One dol-
represent M. Born & Co.. Chicago, lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol- i
the greatest merchant tailoring con lars. Try it. It is made in Pen-a- B E
cern in the world: satisfaction and cola by I)r. Philip E. Hannah. For -


0'


SHas testimonials unequalled in number and unexcelled in qumahty

the eorld o,.er. Testimonieals which tell the truth about the

most remarkable c ,-es in the history of medicine. Cures of

Scrofuta. Salt Rhe:m. A:: Humors. Rheumatism, Catarph, Dys.-

persia. That Ti-ed Fee!'ng. Thousands of people agree that rt

4ap4 if[


vd:51 ~ _a~ ~


I I EA -ll I IARDFA -T.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.


-RKAT 0 IN FIS. DHOA 1 3O
n.k. oi' t~iauder & Co' a Of Publn School No. I For March.
I,. *. lU ng BlE Cargoee of Slpoiled MesPe aseIt. M aggle Bennett. Fannie
Merlin.Cele.se Boibe. opble Bowes., Minnie
t -h Burton, iPearl Campbell. Annie Chrteto-
IIl! -Llack- (*hag. Morraun phersen.(iilbert Cooalich. Carleton Cusb-
g iak ha. Mor man. Jima Darvl. Lo!a I)onald-on, Effle
Sif F .nder Cs u r Specia EaWstere thOffereridgeings
o .e. ""Inma E monde. Meagall Floris. Gertrude
v.d v.-trdav afternoon Friedman. Lucy Gerelds. NeIlle Godfrey. pe atr O f ri
S' 'Violett" ( Gonzalez. Loulse (ould. Katie S e i a s e Of
-.. -;.oi;.d caroe-I of (iGr, sobrg. Louis Hannab. Esbther Hein-
iw-rg. liagmar Hlolmes. Lili'an Jacoby,
Ther-esa Jacobtv. Waiter Jiihnstou. Kathe g fllo n rd c rics
a di-c-haied her cargo Landrum, Katherine Laney.,Mabel. n. ot at the fol wing reduced prices-
Harry Lurton. Annie Petersen, VolDie\
Said tte Conte-t will Phillaip. Hattle Prilchett. Ada Ro'atco, -
ai t th*- wharf to-dav. i Eduim Hater. Katie tcarrett. Estella
1- .:v been out *YI days Mchwari., Eraestine Smith. Ieflle Smilth., Qcll PloT
.-... .ie Ldcy tock&d Mentoria Sahlett. Trabue y wGlo
*. l;a- been noI wind to bring muhlett. W le Ward, Fan Warren, tibyl
Wht. Rrtia Williams. Harry William- We direct attention to our line of Renals- Dents' $2.I) Gloves re tucd to $l *,.
,.t.!-t ten inile in one sonl.AllieWillis, Franklyn Zeek. Pae Lace Barb. tock dollars worded Blair 51.50 Colored Gloves .-educed to $1.2.
S-MIS'sPAI-LIt M PI'Li.REEs, Principal. ilemstitched Plaid Ties, with Fringed Ends.
-,iled three mile the AeXt D ouble-faced. Cord-edge Satin and Taffeta Try our Guarantee.d S1 (i Glove.
zo, aa thc-te brinll *great Fringed End Ties, Tassel String Ties, Etc. We call especial attention to our Silk
,).-afthe e blnr ^ it Sir Thrmas Lipton Taffeta Gloves, an excellent Gove. for Sum-
Was, and I,. a typical Irishman and Paradsols.er
TIr PMlCcE Xl't:RT. a genulie sportsman. but he is also Hosiery an Unerwear,
a celebrated manufacturer of choice W,' hase- the Newest and Most Up-tpt-Date i
A llaece Arresied and Fined forr gastronomical dainties, and a noted Stock of Parasols ever Shown in this City. Ladieo' Hosiery, in plain, open work and
Cruelty to Aninil Iotionnoisseur and Im orter of fine teas, fancy efftets. from loc to s$..I.
.:, wer only four cae. before that have become famous through rllildren Hosiery from We ad to.- .c
that havnbecomoumca thrugh- Umbrellas.Give our :., Grade of Ladies' and (hil-
out the civilized world. Jacoby, the I dren's Holsiery a trial; they are the best
vyor thi- oiirning. of which well-known grocer, ha- just received I adie. Men's and Children's in all quali- value for the money to be found anywhere.
a tnl .. Ta,- lare igf o tiet. We have in stock a few left of our Ladiea' Vests, we have from 10c to $1.0u.
wa. contend. T tine- large consignment of ir Thomas well known Mercerized Umbrellas. an ex. Take a look at our il vest; also our 8ilk
,i,,.-d to .25-. celebrated teas. and cordially in- cdllent value. while they last at it.,>; also Li-le Veists.3ac value, for 2:,c. they cannot
'.i..d ,, t vites the lovers of good tea to visit a 'i-inch close Roll I'mbrella atli.'c. bebeat.
.. \all nmiil-, w.a'; arrested vyeter- He has also just received full lines
). O(ffler YnIl-tra while in of Bremuel'- celebrated Cakes. (Gra- BLOHCK GOODS.
act of cruelly beating hi11 heor.. ham Crackers. CheEss Biscuit. Oat- Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black Goods the
w:. ft ti.d *li thi- morning. meal (rackers, etc.: Dodson-Braun Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
'* ,r i ..--.cLt.are-dwith as-ault, Manufacturing Co'- famou" Jellies, shown in thia city, including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chine
S:.,J ,. .Jams, Picklel. etc : National Bis- Tamise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. Itn the Cotton, Wool, Silk and
v ~i' d -11,r 1 i ,,y. curi Co's Cheese btraws. Cracker Wool and all Silk. we strongly recommend this material for its lightness
Si dl-,rd-tly( <. ,1duct. Meal, etc.: Kennedy's Biscuits and and durability, and the proper fabric -or the present mode. We also have
S.W'afrrs;: Wurzen Biscuit Manufac- a Large Line of Staples and Faneios in Black Goods and at the Right
:tory's Vanilla Wafers lGerman,; Pr-ices.
TI. (,r Iratedl Sing. r. :Anzoer's German Golden Real Eggi
S i't..r- Mu-ic HoI=i la- fNudt-ln: Arcadia Packing C,-'. LINENS.
,. -iy lor 1h-e Wnder- Eva;.orate.i Apples, Peaches and uJt- i F'r ,ow wet k o nly to iintrioduet and bring Iwfore the public our Sto P'ii.,. '"They have ju t e or fruits. A small lot of th,.e fine of Datnmak. Towl',, Renai.isance. Dresser Scarfs. Sideboard Scarfs, Centre
S ,1 pinl-nt of the-. pianto- iv,.- in lI-cent bottles is still in stock. Piece- and Doylie~. we will otff-r a Special Discount of 10l".
tory, and are tt;he finl-t th little e (Giant C('off-e Itaat -r
., ;i- ,-..r Iui on the- inarket i- -till oln deck. running day ai.d
I.t,v will t)- -od :(t:it iiiglit at the rat-( of a mil, a nimim-. Ta T
t. I-,, f '.'"-i,,, to .;7.' 'ti. nfill .t-rntly 'r-i on'- R. HALLI)dA Y & C .,
.1 in d.,uIl- v,.n er,( f i for tl o e -. Tho-- wh.o lave
1: i .ll-im i not rendoutlv v|-i'.d .Jacoby e- rho.ld e; f 'l4'hone :! 33 and 35 Palafox Strre t.
S. '*1 fiv y-ar- anid are iot faul to .o tid i--pect ii enor- ------ --- -. -----
".I,,: .'rv be.-t mnat, ii i, -t,,. o, v'-i y:;;i < ili the
-hi. -, o ... .,04 prioduct- KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
ii I..l,,I -#I- theitll if y,,l i -idi'li.% .# 1 ili t r,.fui ioii ili evfry dol -
t .,. i ,iIL: ar, p; i,-i paOr tliit f -tbli-h!nt. i-W OLESALE ROCERS.--
.A. .-Itl,- I- the iiniti:iil "Ithiik I would go crazy with AN ENTIRELY FIREH AND) NEW STOCK OF FANCY
. a. w. il itk,- extra -It-ci:l pin w.,r i: rot f,r C'hambnbrlain' GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
S. i .t- t' the buyer- of thi- ain allilmi. wlite- Mr. W H. Sta-
.h, lpleton. H'-rininme. Pa. "'I have been Try Ouir oldcon Lloeceo Flour.
\l I I I i* s Mi -I, 1i.1I- aftlicted with rheu-ii.ati-in for everaIl Sale-roomns, 132-134 E. Government Street.
1: 2nlid 114 S. P..lalox St. year- and have tried reinedie- with- Warehouse, Cor. Tarragona and Church Streets.
Scout number, but Pain Balm is tlho
tbest medicine I have got hold of."' Telephone 151.
4/*, eapplicatioi relieves the pain.
Fo"r ale by Hannanti Bro-.. 'l S. Pal-
Safox street. I & I A


-i., Peppermin it Wa'fer- aid di- N l.bby ovy Kne. e antu. within ome Ir)terestIrq
:.. Ak your dealer for tthein. Double flrea-ted Ve-t-. at White's.
Capital of the Four Great Hanks of the

Eas*Bank of England, . ..
Easter Monday Ball Bank of France, .


.- ~ l' -


-*#vRMORY H LL.
GrJL v Je^,JT B~Y TX3IN


Imperial BanK of Germany,


-I ures.

World.
$86,047,935
36,500,000
rA wln ^^^AAAA


0 0, 2 ,89 90


Bank of Russia, . . 25,714,920
Total, . $176,822,855


Chipley Light Infantry' FR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES,. ECEMB. 189 l 14


T'I" C1. :. v. I nt I. a To ik. o- I t I iel iT S" ..- o- f y
I t :1*% 0 .-,*''! I glVeII :ve la d w ill |par-l, 110 *x; i~1-) :, ..; t llt.
.4Adliiioil. (Gentllieniii ;>Oc Liadie% Free.

"THE OID RELIABLE."

El. MIuiller,

Choice Family Groceries,i*

Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

S Co *- : l l l Zarrag >s i' ::eet-.
Co Palafcx an S Zarragnssa Street..


Ii: N -~ \ *( hj, \


.i ;.X *;.


Or $125,021,682 more than the
capital of these famous banks.


combined


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


O'NEW ARRIVALS!I
O UR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
" ;!J.///;/ Irh7'n<,'" famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our oHerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Sii CHi.u:,i AND
THtRI:.V I R\C -I.A^: Tll EUSIXES.S."


New
Arrivals!


LICES InD EMBROIiE Arr l New
ILNSO ilU [LIORUlUILno Arrivals!


mh-r Centre Tabl.- a; c-r-:aniiiig beneath a vroodly -hare of tl;:- Newest
T!ini;- in Lat'e- and Emnbroideries.
Swi-s Edgini and L I:.oertion, Hamburg Edging and Insertion,
Valencia I.ace and Insertions.
Machine Trchon Edging and Insertion,


(Gwrinan Torelioni Lrlgi ig,


Aplique Lace and Inuertion,


Point d(e Spreit. Oriental and Plat Val, Lace-.
.5) lReminauts H.tniburg Edging. six yard length-. worth 75c. to go at (0c.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
OneTot Child's Drawer-. henimni! and tucked, sizo-, I and 2, at...10uc pair
Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6. only.............. .... ..... ..... ....... ... ... 15c.pair
One Lot Child's Trinmmd Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Gownsi at Cost Mark.
4 )ne Lot Child'- Trimmed Skirts at Co-,t Mark.
On- Lot Misef-- Trimmed Gowns at Co-t Md ik.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed (Chemi;e. worth :.c for.................i*0c each
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 75c for.......4,c each
4 One Lot Odds and Ends-N
In Ladies' Skirtv' aid Gown- to Cloe Oat at Cost Mark 1'riee.

Investigate the Convertibfe Term Comn ects
-- I- 'm Til --
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHI. '": '". ..': -
U LM l.^ T^U l\J'

t' I. y


'lI' I fr% of I<, i.'\ mof T'! .1M4n1:'l l.if, li-lr:ir oL (' ,,|,l:mi,
N, L\ I ..rk. lV i.i.iurl AI. M .-('n rI Pl-iI n .r- Pro)\il.- :
iir-1 T he SEic (' l TY '' If ,tl..lt.,;;; <.t ;--.t-.
,..i.,l lii IlTAllll-: INVEST.MENT-
lMiri l.l1' .\l.. I AN. TO'( T IF: INSt'I EI>.
I'l.\ ,'i l t''rni r i ui-iir: n, ii l of I:i, -v'.

li l,,r:I I rrn iin icr \v:il t )ii>' iii i li'- r:i r >- in |,;t\ ini l' ,,1 ",t l'r i'illiln .
I ." r l ii :hIn r inhir,, iii:i nionIi :ll,! l.' "' ,
CECIL WILLCOX, General Agent,
JA'C KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PEWSACOLA. FLA-


THE


FDRBES


STORE.


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[ i A L T I;! -F E l: i:-: IN rSll: H IR\V I ATT'I'N< >i THi: S! "
L 1I ...r. \. ; .
I I I ty. .iH, \i.lN![|I If t ] 1 I I1 ,T il t 4)1 '[H v: M 'h *;
L1 The Celebrated "Trojan" Weist.t t '- ":' i n \' it
) ] ., ; i .r !..i ;;: \ "* :; ': < b.i :r--- rl'f .- : l. ,. 1.,,,o A l -7. > ;a ll :-' '" 4- ;

. FA Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.

4 iOur tEut ire lUe of ,i aild 60 Wiasts fr r 4.- EaEch.
' IT'HF.-

Just Received!
Linen (HemStitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
' a-.-.*Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.. -'-
( agii 3


' .r J'


AT Tilt. flt.LMIL MAlkl.



m11 1 id t- i f Ii !st401 iiin# -. -


STILL I TH RACE.


I CAILIO TO Till; % O)TIII I- i:S-
C-%. AlC.I (01NTV.
.1 rumor is beii.! inr!us--
triously circulated that I
would withdraivw 'rom thie
race for the nomination/ lor
tlhe office of Clerk' of /lie
(ircuit Court. S uchi rImior
is absolutely false (and is
heing circulated for its ef-
fect on my chances of suc-
cess. I will be in the race
until the close of the polls
on Tuesday and ,believe,
from the assurances made
to me, and with the assis-
tance of my friends, that I
am the winner.
R. E. L. DA.V'IELL.





Photographic Artist,
-4 'Soutlh Palafox St.
al iCI-ifoll~n (.*U iirli 11o<.-il.


LEWIS E -12 & CO., Sole Agents.
Ax.LFO 3"*o1a
Old Quakler, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
":-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(-::-


Furniture at all Prices.
,,X r0 .. !i i: d :i: r ..
it har-.rail pi i<'w : .A ,i i-.-;,,v h. i!
-;rmitn(.Iri II. k -. f
ctf; t- for fIo : i ,I it' i\ -Yr f jI
kitc ,h-en IIt i a ,. : ,hv wt r.-.
C-11! ; ntl .x;aii n ; 'd:. 1 M .
Pry,,r'.s K rg.ii Fi r ar:a Ho,- .


U1GULAR


M$SS R


NEWELL,


DRESSMAKER,

10 16? W--Ii pv nStrurt
~. ,'i'.j :--''in''i of.-;ilk -Neck-
4 ~ ~ ~~~a *i

DIIER


2B Cents


-A T -


Nick Alpostle's Restaurant.
-,( rt Orderf V'romnp,'lv Mrv.-d a H: I. ,1 -
of Day .r N .,' :.
Fish and Oysters in iAl: S'yl33.


Nick Apostle.


'1$
I 4'
* F'


(GEO. A. PETERSON,

Bi yzsi aid Bieyele S30inrles.
ftItA,'I- r (-C!vlmnd andI Racycle
-4 -"tx*Ypa- -xp-rji ',,e in 'H.'-
Pit.' '!'( Of kh(*%i --.c l-t -n ki t #s-r'
I ie- I'r' -i i.',rnaale to
12 W.et R ana Strmt.L


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.


THE WAR lREVENUETAX

Not Likely to Be Disturbed This
Session of Congress.

INTEREsTS TiHAT S EiK RELIEF.

DIrggllt.. Bre -sern andi Pateint Medl-
"ne MaLet-ru Are onmplainnilg.
I'residential P'osibilltien In the
scn'e.


ROBUST


The nerves must be
healthy and active,
with nouishment.


PAIE'S CEhERY


is the home remedy of the American people.
It restores strength and assists to a healthful
development of the tired or exhausted body
JULIA MAYS, 204 Fifth Avenue. New York,
wArite: "Paine's Celery Compound has restored mc
to perfect health after years of nervous insomnia. I
can now sleep pcaceful'y and sweetly for hours at a
time. a thing I had not done for cars before taking
the Compound. Surely, women who have ill health.
or mental worry, can not find a remIdly more benefit.
cial than Paine's Celery Compound.


Paine's Celery Compound is
strengthen nerves, stomach,


The nices' awl1 ,n! S!' if?-
ish line of tru(; q(y n74d mi t iaf-
tin,,xsever ex~i/ii/cld in I 'c-'
Saeota. at .liarstem r/
Finch's hig/'utrn Ut ihuc /'Iu..vc.
Furniture cn Credit
mcv-zt bemtUtI tI i -I i I .b. p
with COa1--,dtr l r v('Cl-
tion. fr-lin the ch-;IC-at.-t t.-'li i~i-' IC
fili-1 J
m. i dl ,-re'htI2it ejt-litcIi.
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No. :3o) Soil t 11P.c ..f, : xStc .
A beautiful aF-s~ortmeiit of Z'-,e I~
T.u cent- springc 2it at W1,te'r


Three Large Stores
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1->... fir-d v-M lPI l C -tile
eefil' iie u-I.:-,vti ec!e fiom dul-

Gec. Pfciffer, Agent,
lIFN-'ACOLA.
Ti' U.~ T LI LU1


The' v:i'revelIute IWc vI,, 114-t cUfeirig tit
I 1. 41 t llstin'e 'at4 1 thi i es'iji -it A cf eeii
JANs-. 111141 AaliiLC citlf el lerS-
4JtsI n. 1 111.1 1C jteill.'- .N4I- i vcC"' 4 if 1.9 l'Z*ilntc .
;Lot 1:i'', t ieiak ;1- e1e; v e1.4. n rt teeII!:itC is
n,,,i tile l%- e1.1 eeto, i s-l ;1 11 1 Aj A I-A I .:.ri* ll
l''~,l41 1C Ivci~hl A toil~c. Ii I II!~ cif1a1j, !I-ITY of'
f1C'i- t e'liI c~ie!'. I A ,e e'it ell-i

It41110 tite ll N eoilaldi 'I I.--v$.I I1i* tIt* e c -,I.
'.v i l i frw l:Ie Im t ;,~e~ .: I IC I .' t ell;". Il tiai- l I I
i''ehi li ej oi,:lt l a'r :i t 41:1 ~ leT.
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t aifil. x It :it i' t lll~it~je'C I- Ait Iw.! iill:qtl* -t
!Ire'n i naIhi hl e' c 10-.11;I(if laeit ? enAlf. Iulice
Ii a w which111 :1 Iiffe't't". 111 !. 1411. (eice'ef Ili
efilvcinn ielk :cieI( IAil s4 41 111it "I I lit-Ce' 1.licitjll
I )Ii1.4 Itit.[i f I AItII I A It -,; %N 11idI % 111ti ,11etill I Ie' I-
tc~lhle Cil 11 It* vthe'ftttfi~ilig Cof
Next Seumlom Promisesa.
Sonie ACittill- conlg'ressional Ile-ailifrsi
A,'t-*-ni to think that during a shcort se'-s
slorin Itheet'.' a bee a mJifa ej111C~14 -11 n o
tice war taxe-.4tit(]d ,iy tlcaIliy uhaet
ticije' ('cngrv?"s if ind thle('cinilt ry will
have' inore' Info~rmation al~ ct wI mtit s
Nvanitecl ticti iDowr. Bes'idesin t isi 1i(i lit-
cil out that It would lit c-' c;tittrly liii .4
Sibile tio)pasfs a Ii 4'ehite- 1.IIIC'.'i 'ir ally 1!
kinil unow wiithiout gi'eatlY ex K~tendinltg
the se-tcitifl.ill CX ext i~ensionI i: t Utaist
e'uti.t'e-4 hle' at-siro to aII d. 4e l Ieei-

a ee .ti e i' t le l -1t14Ce I-%.il t I it elIe. 14 % AIt ,Iti.. %Vle
itilItIIa IC' I'VC i C CfInei'it lilti-e 1n-tl'cif-. ll~l1 ie

t ion bills tit, pi -s. theIe Peo Itfslico n cone
tift'nCice th Iof, 41; ei~pq1e-41 iAlft ifft I h'livI'I :
ilCJpillC's 1111l14.1.th IleI.11,)IlII, -- bill. e'ai-
t., i or u ill e'eeis4) h r liea!4iiiss. Ii k.- I If#-',Ifill
ping leill. AiaSI::cail.114iI:e'vwciijn 4'jz
liut Ieeti. whichc :cIC're c'eevvein to ;lit-
frterct. lTep l:iLa*tip I a irciiff bill rtie~v
voicield Invic iit ssa'iq lrle : Iu!I.cl' it)
it(-sliluimcec'. Intei-fei'i i,.: ei tlic ili-pe' sP-
jdelntla a nedeec'r'...a!CI-t l~l ~'
*iilil.%C'Iui tlC ,lv all d-ali'ie s leicfor : ea i.
tI cll (eaf i t-e 'W:A rI, '*,\cliii.' wil l .lle tce

w Ie, pl ., pill t"1 ;- It -1,Ii', I li- !tI Il .XI' Wcil
II lee '~ I e iell l~it] I! j.. *, C VI c eiC ee

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These Letters Prove that Lydia E. Pink-- -
ham's Vegetable Compound ,
Makes Women Strong.
Two Leters from Mrs. Costa l t
'" DEAR MRs. PI'NKIIAM :-- I IIavc det'ided to n rite
and ask your advice in my ca -e. I have been sick
off and on for about eightc'n years ;ndhave been A'
d touringg with di tfferent dhctors.. a l-o been to the
hospital but irot no relief. I am at present in bel
with womb di,,ease. I hope through yvou to tinil %
relief."-Ml:s. L. COSTA. Brodcrick. Cal., Scntem- ,
ber "1. 1i" .
DEAR 'r. 'I*Ki t\M: -- I:nore tlian thank vou
for the advice izi'ven ri:.I in yvoir tir-t litter. I u;'-edl Lyt :i
E. Pinkham's Ve-getailet.' ('Compouind and it dliil me more
g o(d than all the it'Ctior,. I am now a wt-l! \o-
man and am able toi d(o all work and rt*..t wve'.I
at night. I1ylia E. 'irikhani,, Vce-tablc Com- -
pouind is the best in tinhe- world -M1Is. L. CotlA. 1'
lroderick. C'al.. Augr.st 1. 1 I,.
Two Letters from Mrs, Markcr '
** D AI;.'l M '*:; I'lis K .A :- 1 haive f :,"*f l p. in in "'
lwvcr t bo\'.w .s l r.'n !iith.'r stan' 'I or w,:e '<. 1
kha r. nI0CI A,!-,n ri.it Sit. ,f h,: :,n11. -&,I
ItIv. -J n lI. I1 1v .'.I4. Il a ri I t sidi' cit- f f .' r
have pain h il, I eI!if i,)vt. e. n ,i- uial oi-.. S :
,-.; l : s tr~o~le -it n : and an -,, :.'...:,,'..i
it h let. orrhira. hpain n in attl a f ,.. :: ..
-i' ., stin,_"i I_ tpa ;i i n 1 h,'-1 t. \t %V .4.., I'Ir
ai3. 1 .i d t I t l s. -

I w .-.t to 1, ,. t i)o i ,,th- aI,2) "T") d, c t, rs
-anidt I whai inlhaill:bl of t h a.e o iw:,.n, and orv ri.*'.
I wa,, in ll ic-i la-i l that I c. ti l iI, t t alk. '-an(
M, !leep. I hliav'e n4).; !t -k\' : 't:', f \, re'-
ta le 4'4ilmpqi;ld, onet | y( if L,] r !'; an, dll )
ShrC'O p)i'a"c ,-of Ni i a a 'tv \\a ,ii : al -) fo!!,,we'. I
Vour advie ill raeirardi to sotlCr things aind aii
feeling perfectly well and cann do al mIny work. -_ '-
NLI's. .Ma : MAIKEIUT. ii S16;ummi't Ave., Hloboken.,
N. J., June 21, 1 P'. -.
Oan Work AIl Day
The doctor .aid nmy nerves w('ere we ak., blood im-
pure. Was troubled with hands andl feet swelling,.
also had leuIcorrhra. I have taken -six bottles of Vegetable Compound
and feel well once more. I have gained twenty-sevn polinds and am
able to work all day in the store and do not feel tired when I get home
at night."-PETRA M. LOYA, care of L. Wolfson. San Antonio. Texas.
, Every woman knows some woman helped by
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE OOMPOMUND


WAITED.
Wated to biy ill kills of Secein
land Furiiture, irehudise, se.
Adhrenss ss 142.


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Fuel Gas


or~ Pm]
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wheu he could.


palid Germau~y. cersuco. An.c;tria. tal
Iwziy. -w'edon, Denmark and o&.


N'SACOY A. FI. A.

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Lly. Holland, 1Mptci. -'vwt. kaatul N.
Lhor Xu~ruice'tu :uu.. -Ae.


wa'-4 the COAL that he after-
ward- bought. i Vexela Dlabiorsd pon she Moct FIa'vuru)uon TMrn.H. and t'--tir
SObligutlo e Takeu Payable at Port of Deesnatmon Teu or FifteeL i-kays
i4 the DIRT and DLUST that it I .fti Veeel Acrrtveo iwore,
brought. I
i ti EVIL these things I WSafety Deposit Bozse for Re.t .ii Co n etfon
brought to pass. with which we have a Privtet ApAt, veamnt for zhe Use
was his FOLI.Y in nrot uing nfR.u4*tbsg
is: the (AS (eore ustid in his
ti the HIEIGHT ,tf joy gas
brought to his hoiM. a l b l ros. o.
ik the INDIAN: he doesn't t S"3 13^ __ |
un-4e GAS. I /Irk, ammvN waft&If'


cann-t u.'e it, foer J -a the
JACKASS.
j%'t th f-K ITC11IE'N w heorcU A S
i.4 the fuel.
im the LAUNDIlY. tlev~er
boith ofl 'em cof-i.
ima tice MONEY. saved by a,
0.6-; Runge.
i-.i for N(~W. thle bomit time foil
It h i'c. O F '-ttl l(I

k' tle.-'ROF(I-T, dfa'twimike-fIt
i- fior QII->-'fION c''q~ie i-
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NO. 3 S. AAO ST


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BEER.


NAM Jjr,,s ani j Sijtl i'P!.'t
TRY WI i Pf 'Lr ; ft v
PHONE 114. :P. : p ,gtu' ).x
JU7G & FAMILY TrRADr. S0LIITED
FacDeliverv to Acv Part of Ibp C ('v.
w'41 or-ersltt aT 'l~Ofc eno. ViAW & Sn~ja. ,will te C&rvfu .7
0teddt.


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vv.lhieei h fap rimth a tli I ... .

amtirtlel- iare Ilt eW it 'ee;Lt!.mwr I ij
It i4c jnt.nde-'d t- tee r-I' Perixtv. lull.i.t
able' rt'peicrrie cil ndaucli-m ilie. g-. I :
onli torte Vi.. .Aiic e-Ic'ii fltI..
The Mystery of ii.
'IlUS liUP -ck lcjI 3 a I%11li%:;Ig 'e.
im i iie-..i ;I e ve. at iv jug ii1, .4 .I. .; -.
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n i DR. WH~I T'S A"ilais Irritatlee, Aids Dlpstic i
rr~muui i ticuldtt the Bu'.gis.
5AB~ I.. MaengthevethenqChild
EET IN A s Tnn eething ild.
T (Teething Powders) TEET"tlNARcelwvcsthre 9,,-
ASS' Troublem, of Children
Cests 9my 25cats at Dmggsts, ANY AG E.
Or maIJ:e.vntea to C.J. M0 F IFETT, M. D.. ST. LO U IS. MO0.


F.('. IHR EN .


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VIGOROUS YOUTH


"iN WOMIANHOOD


strong, the bodily organs
the blood pure and rich


COMPOUND


First National Bank


a medicine to
liver, kidneys


S% urae eVIUT ai workers

std M M ousiatwoa f aml dsadITurfentm for Stf

Ce1ebraed McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,


CpOlODf t ways u u ada rl n ailrtg hb t u ar)
MOBILE, ALA.


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GROSSLY INSULTED

Gottfried Horrib-ly T
by Peru Revchitioniz:-.

STRUNG UP BY THE T117-7


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CL.ANSES THE SYSTEM
"i EFFECTUALLY,
D "S Pc.- L -" t o L". 6 c ---

OVERCOMES
NSTIPATION
RITUAL PERMANENTLY
ITS ,... A.toG*r.

S T.T- GE t(VNE MsAA T rD Y

CA ** I. ,F S m, raC


HGU'ILT( 07MURDER.


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11 .J'ae-;. F. F_ ( aimlayt-. W5. A.
Duitnum, H. A. Water-. 1411-tf

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ASKS FOR $40,000 DAMAGES
Ja list-,( to i %es, A iselent Order of

K! 'v, A.i ~. )''..pril ti-jailis
Cha'iaxnIa hwa a fiI.il a suit tfa'r #t, IA.wo
anti K il ing Bi'r I I .Anc'l'iat Qua ''
itt l' li i- lilitilata Il.
11 -g- -Iv. lieW&,-. i111114'1ha ndi al acfqvit
tAt labil'al-d. t ht-1t t ill tli Onr fro iiia
F1l-t''(it al;j and ~t~lallaiwa altoI
fall t w 't~with gr''it f. r,''a lan-ak-
iag l1)' -:1 ,in hi4. fa .11'-and 1W,111il~ir"i

.it i- lCi lY it l ll l 1,adr vaa. ll's I u

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Zcaicn. CKA. Jan s1
I u-ed4 Wine f ('irdlui f r ncr-
Tvo.-nesa and w,.akness in tue
Tinb After takinK one bottle I
'a& well again I Arm a midwife
and always% r1conimenlI Wine of
c ardui to my ladny frt-inlai during
)rrKiancv aand after tith asatonic.
;very ladvy io l;Ikt-' it finds th.t
it does ea-n tiore than is clainied
for it
MRS V M. BOIRVERT.


jwRrf*-!to'i
R~ue4CardW'


Noabrdvy knaowt s woman like w, m.in. Men go nt, medical colleges,
study t" .k. and lsten to lectures. Fhev learn indirectly Ivf the diseases
,,f rmen. but thev .ire men and can tie\er tuliv understand the ailments,
ilne stlfermn.s, th;e .iu,'*:es ,f millthers, \\i\es and Sister'. A womilan
know*. Mrs. biati ert known. .he has p'a.sed thr,, uih the tria's
and tribtui.ias ,a1t her .,ex. She has been near by wl hn her sisters sui-
tered. >iie hi.- een thelm relieved and cured with i me n t Cardui. Is
it any ~.i n t,"' she rec *.melneJ it I it any wonder t.iat thousands
at thier t\\-mnien r.,Iimmend it.
LASi"S' ADVISORT SEPARTMENT. 'Tliy) know. T hey ha'e ac-
t r.lvl I,' l.':,ura.,:a.,:l "a -". lf) I l'al e\prr.ence to prtimpt them.
dir. .. ',.ir -.., 'gA ti..'1. ".1 i !:e"v c \, read the tidini.t lr, ,m
lidl.." *dl...r> Ilat. lb.I H 'Ill lA t
S.ei i>tq t itta-.,va,. Irnn. I m.ll 1 m ,uth t .' : m .,f tI.U tel!'n; h .v \V ine
t ( ut i ll.c's yUu:)g girls, helps
the weak (If aU ages, helps and cures ah w\. :'. il .


Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


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A. M. AVERY,
!. .: W-' ** *v A D JOBP R OFt
T:.*,'".TER AND JOBET'R OF


Ci~:


P Pj% tid1~FOit.


GOLD DUST


LEWIS BEAR & C)., Wholesale Dealers. Pen-aeola


SOMETHING NEW

EVERYY DAYi-
o-A W-o

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Teoloecphone 808.
L 'Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially I 1: t,, :- .I I ;;'t
their iiimepse Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NAbHVILLJ RAILROAD.
IN I 1-1ICI' .IAN AIA :Y "-
N ';. No. ,
l: l;5 iton 11:2" |) 111 I. ave ''i'a oli: .....A *
:.-,p in 1 l:.'ii lli t A rr vi % -' liowl it I I -A f I .1 -..-. N iil
l:' :'p i t .:iV i nI A rr v .il)iI A 'l -...-' i,, Iu 12. ni' iiht
': p tIn 7: 1W # lin Ari ve Niew 'r.. ai:s Arrl\- :. a i1 7: p in
*: i. p In ;:la1i iIn Arrive.. Monitgonie .v Arr,\, :i t il '%.: p inl
i:.r.> in 7:1lI p In .A rriv. Nas1hlillv Arriv "':'2! in A :i .it aC I i
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S. A. F1IE)MAY, Prol.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


OUR


LLtGbLATIVI: CANDIDATES GRAVE ERROR DISCOVERED.
Ind Doolegastes cis the Cormn'y oiovlen Nortli Carolina Legisloattere Will 1eet
ti~mn at Powelion, April 14. to Maike Curreitifon.
F, II-)wing are thtecandidatesa foi R A i i- t i. Ajarid 'i -Dim t ly af t'r the
It # les-isi-atu re a t;d thie I ist cof d e I _-f]tw' -1a I ar at ija 'uruti-d la- M i n-bt he.
.rt~to the coil itI'democratic con- Da'iiioa'rut 5fm tail rt ,r%%.,, tian(rriir in
veriti'm tat Powelt~on, April 14, en- tb" 'vt-rbi-:h i i l~* t- C, ill- t CCtabuI:i:
Jor't-d 1)* vthe Workinirmen's Demo- auirndmi.ii!tt) in!it tilt-fno gram fralnrhi.-t,
'I atic c'u1':601'il Vitja11 it1' 'a.~ ar's to V WAte L
F# o i ie L I t u %-.Aiga ri Ili ,:A~t,1 weeit ie- r(quirk'~ti too
rair a tcor,! v lanure.in -ad i
C s. N-reuo Jone-. tl "lIV; IN aj .rity)'* tit! ar analnIan
H. (C. (lotaitto. V. te*
Dw lag n.ltuein (,,s:aagxiin .Tune
Ii-leszate~ E to.,ounty ('umriemuvi''n. firh 'i uli- I at~urh1I!L
Pr*-(mct 12-H. H. V1ieke'. F. RP. a!,,' iI;Fi allotHit- t i~~ 'wlaw andl
PtiI. R. A. ( rc.di lie. Win. Ca rrti-I. by o t~. )~it.'nh-~ rkyg'ut
Ii ae... Tio-. 0G. 1 ivo, r-:. tn rI~-'jr'ur-imitn a aj' *ritv IIO
r4 g. -ta-rtal v 't .'1ne Re' nb!ican- ittha
Ptrecinict 13-J F. L. QuitLa. Ar- 01,111-11 a 1a'' rit ll,,art, (),,roftbi,
Imr JAhnson. J(C. .Avery. J. W~hit- idt.i, t tn iuviUi1tiliuril '11ro ..ti-toring all
ii-g-Hargi-. J .t;. L. Swosextey. t r ., 'and. iii't.in if ti;a hartar diad
Precinct l4-(ius Eitzeqt. J. E F, 4 u it it w ..il(liw iwarly as tdanw,
Raars, A. E. Zli~u-, 1H. (i. 1)(e.ilva. U'1t11tixl, ti. ltilli.'tlit lL Vot!a.- again .t it,.


PANTS !


Raid about 54X) pairs of
long legged. st ort legged,
slim. fat, pussy, bow
legged, -traight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
mln,,ts,. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
&JO pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about thetl'. Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cas-inmire pant-.. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c:t--iinlre pants.
Solmea :re thrtie dollars a
pair. good cassinmere
pants. ~Snmto are two,
three and four dollars a
pair, good wir-,ated pants


WE DO NO#

buy painLts for adver-

tising mrii'pioses--to sound

cheai. I 'e buy ood pants,

pants that are made of

*food eoods: pants provided


with (rll the


comforts


h ome; front pockets, watch

pockets, (to watch your

money pockets nights in

case /Out' i/ife Ir'fts to see

if" sh is ',j // l half of

y/our income pif o/ pockets.

Sn d rel/ *esh ien // rockets.


WE I IE ALL*



SWOOLI PANiS,

Slidi a- a rowk, jlain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2..-A) that will kt-ep an able
bodied man bii-y h n'ijhIts anid dday- to
w -air thtin out iln ;i y'-.r. anil faor
tL.il'i. -oiill II'-W f a'.V (;:in-I ll:rea
'hi:iit. Ia.l;,p" -''a!a:- .i~il ,'r,.ased


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SIAiAEil 11to()K. I~TI\'.\ i:-T(WK( BEI-N HIARD)IN t-Oit NMAst-I.
VElItY FINE: VNItIIKI)AN'S (CELEBRtATEID OLD Pit VA] E-


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Wtin.- bftr Faxntilv I-'
THE JUG TRADE IS IOTR MAIN SPECIALTY.
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WHY. SAY!


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IRESTAURAI h`t--Ow lITF-;


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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aPENN LAND RYE WHISKY.
R RO4)TKHILL Sol-I NMASH.
l)ATIIIY MAll) XVH I-EY.
ATLAN'TA B'AICi(OMPANY-4
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SAL0N Delmonico Hotel and Restauant


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

BRooms for Rent by the Day, Meek or Month. 0
311, 312 North Tarragona Strait, Opposite Uion Depot.
0-Telephone 68.--0
--.*.GEO. WILSON & CO,.,+- -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
FRESH VEGETABLES R!IVil DAILY, hOL&ILE ANll REAIL.
Si oe!o Im Hoard'a oi I 't. tut will
tt1-iuni.e' .-Pensacola, Florida. treftr.


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ILA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 71900.


Ask any lady in Pensacola where
to buy stylish, high grade dress
goode and trimmings and she will
quickly say, "*R. Hilliday & Co.
have just what you want." It is a
well known fact that this enterpris-
ing firm have an established rep .t ,-
tion for selling only good go ,'-
They positively do not carry .iyIv
thing shoddy in stock. The_ I, i.-,
anew advertisement in this i. tu.
which will interest every lady.
If you wish an up-to-date E -.tei
dinner. Sol Cahn &Co's. is the DI s.ct
to buy. They have a splendidl.- a-
sorted stock of delicacies.
Kreuger & Kugelman, the new
wholesalegrocers. have entered t,.,
field with a five stock, aud they .,-t
welling good- at a clo-e mnargiur.
They have all advelti-eiletit i .1-
issue. Read it.
Will. Johtjtl )i & Soin have <)illt
an attra tivet adu ,-rti-enil lit in tlhi-
i'sue. 'Th v i.:Iv*. a v-rv attra ti '.
stock oi! Ji..-t. r ihirc- and in the-it
iniliiuety t, y- arc' tdi-playingi th ,
cUteat L.i-, r t,.,it- ,tlid bionuirt- y,1.
ever loo.k ds U l.h. all lii ?ee tt.'-li
'.tock.
H *-IllZ & (, tle (iverillllelit
str-et ir,'c- I- ate dt iy It-c-iVi lii l 6
th' io'v.'l'is il lili'v roC'- 1i -.
T!t<-y c ryv ;i a ij -t;.l; ;it.d they -s i
at very r I.- .-*cti t'i.- ;1i't-'-.
The F.,ir t '--o.v A iil akn- ;iotihler
tIS-t ptill. of!-r ;** Ti,.ir i' pait ii- 11i
their regular advs-rti-ini -viace to-
day. R.-td t l.., ttl-y h.ive tio ?-,i%
anid don't I ; ili-il'.< ctiig their liui-
inense -to.ok.
Jacoby I,.&- j'i-? wh.at yoiu w.ait.
Call and s-, hris tlimptilig array oet
good thin;:- t o ,i-t.
Cohen. Friedillan & Co. are alway-
up-to-date. ana they are a little int
advance thi- -eason. for they have
many direct imnportations of dres,-
fabricsand ladie,' headwear that are
offered here as early as in any tof the
great East+-rn citlie-.
Nick Apostle is serving a splendid
dinner every day from 12 to 2:*: p.
m. at only 26 cents.
The popular People's Store. under
the efficient management of the pio
prietor, Mr. A. Schwartz, Is doing a
thriving bu'-iness on the plan < f low
prices for spot cash. Their stock is
complete. Call and see their spring
display.
The Levy-Pou Company has had
an immense run this week on trous-
ers, but they still have a fine lot of
high-priced ones that they are
slaugbterinaat the low price marl.
They can also fit you with a fine
Easter suit, a tinet straw hat and anl
elegant pair of shoe- for very little
money.
Brawner's prict s are already at
low water inmark anid hlii- -totk i-
we-ll worth in-tpectimn. (',ourteou-.
treatmeut accorded t.. evervb dAy.
The nickel cu-tonwr find. a- cordial
a welcome a: thii stoie aas does th;,
patron who spends manyi dollar-
John Whii *, tlie h iilijrda.hler. ha-
a- comple:e a stc,,k o-f :,men'sli flit-
nishinigs a- youe ti tilid a1iywhe-re
in this ireat Amils- i<'ai ci .- iitvry, and
hi. p i's are right. D nii't porss
hilm by whe1n \ ou want illything in
the way of m ,-. or ii*'- wear.
H. M,:ll-er. the greo ',r. hia- a n w
advertispni, L.t in tii.- 1--a--. B
sure to read i'.
See Tho.. C. Wat-,t. J& o. for real
estate or ii i-irait .,s.
J. E. R's- & Co,. h iv' ....ilo n-w
acid easonahl- adv, ii'-el lit- in1
this i-sue.
Mlarstoi & FI'iicli h:v a I. autiful
`-',ck of new -priian: tui iiurt.; call
i:iad cee it.
Allen's candi- are ail tht- raTge.
o cur best i1rl will no,,t l,\i e u i
.uU don't hiy ier a lbo- .
Hall & Kis'in's biusi.t,- i- iticreas-
ing daily. The only secret about it
is an open oti -they --11 the best
goods ai the lowest prices.
Ih..ficsl t'lannot l-be Cured


by local apiplieation- as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness. and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is caused
by an inflamed condition of the mu-
-ous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have
a rumbling sound or imperfect hear-
ing, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnessis the result, and unles-s
the inflammation can bo taken out
ind this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of t,-n are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of lIeafness ,caused by
catarrh) that cannot he cured by
Hall'( Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars: free.
F. J. CH ENEY & 'Co.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by Dru,-grists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the be-t.
NOTICE
Is hereby given that, by order of the
lodge. Edgar Freeman ie no longer a
member of the I'nited Brotherhood.
All members should govern them-
selves accordingly.
J. T. SANN..
1:* PreAident Lodge No. 1.

Nobby Spring Suits for young men
at White's.

Cleaning ladies -kirts and waists
i- on- iof our specialties. Star Laun-
dry.
l-'l:y Ihollars Iteward.
Tnto-e p~arti,- guilty of hlreaking
- uto .schlo 1I iuildinir- No-. 1. 40 and
7, anid itmutilimag saime, are hereby
notitied that the reward if $ A,cff-redd
', tine for breaking into a -clih.ool build-
ini: or school builditig out-hou-e,
-till holds good.


N. B. ('Col Kt.
Stiper iIIt .'t-nde lit.


5:1 1w


HARPER Whi-,key is liquid mu-
-ic. bottled poetry. ripe, mellow. rt -
freshing and delicious.
SOLD BY
DA.NNHEIlSER RlOS.
Pensacola, Fla.


CLKAMTw.
Nor llip Patriaren. l.:l,. -alvtrsen. hv
F'r J fulu iechreye.r. for LtIeca., ith 'ltl.,1i
SIt lunmbt-r,valud at li.';io
Br-s 'orio ,1.7:1 I enwdil by .ulf Tran.it
'o. for Hiavana. with iKT7 bus corn. 111i bbls
.1 our. 24N.4%,i llio furniture, 7li ibhs tationerv
ilardwars. imR Ib4| gratebare. I paired wagon
.Cool.-,. "-l" Ib, hat's. .3l44a lb nlard. .i.A.m. lt-
'-oc"n.lo. cllt- ha:ni. 0.0lh-itld catttl-. io head
not-.6i' head hors is. valued at $34 :.;-
Am ei h ab tsi'l Iariitligi. Ill. liRtosrta. tlo
;aiiter for %ii--au. with lli44u1sIft deols aiid
Iinks l limdi ft .Ioints and scantlings, val-
a -d at 51.1 ii
tr bk leWi.'r. li, Mar('uts.pn, b Gulf
'avil -lures Co for laminiburc. liiih il42
>' '- ro ,'% Q'ii. -d at S'',-l
Br as :veringham. 191.c Newl v by Wm
S!t! > &-i (S I l-l I.ol il.lJ lli Willi ', ..t 6 II
rilimT,'r. ; ,f *'.'g i 5 ft %awn timber, 'j.,i C It
tiew i t tililt-,. svaltu d at $:3- '*4
Ciretuit (C'ourt
Tl- .:ife Carirol vs. Tiurtl-. o
triil yesterday. was di-pousd ,It Iby a
verdict of the jiry for the du'X'lid-
ii' Mr. Mr, nii, Jo.tine reprev--t.t d
:- he plaintitl .i,d Mr. W. A. Bllnit
,o.';iflucti(d tlie def-i-oe. iintroducioi!'
:1i 'Vi II i-', tUii-" r',co,'rs otf the w'il
l,-p; tii;--:it c (, .II, iti,- certain
'l pl -fi I Ai l *. I il--t I( '; tltlill
Tur-le lIy the p1l iAtitf in thin- ctai'.
including the tt--tiiilony taken'i anid
e- i ptl t l iiP- ,,l i ill whlichl the
tli ti-t.' wtr'' d-inciin -d a-' Ilmnli-
"i, il-. a:li (' t i .tili urtl. w as c 111i-
pl; t,.ly ,xo,+i.-e itedl. "l'i:T Ire- aeiit
-Ilit. foir I.tilia.r- f(ior c(t:iisI i. l
rni, (' i-,'rl 0*t fio i l t liiployVli'Iit ,il tth- ',lverillm ita
wol k I' tfll r- tiir ''r. HDppD.tir, til to l> ;i
-upplpenieltary effort to ''ger-t \VOi"
with the defendant f.or refusin.i tot
employ the l i i tiltf at-'r st-veral
tests of his cp.ilicity antid i- flliess.
The alle.atlions f tIl- prii-sentitifili
were disproved. and the jury's ve'r-
diet constituted a complete vindiea-
tion of Cap'. Turtle. Some of the
evidence wa- t-xee'diunily initelest-
iniz. but a- tl.e v-rdict fillally dis-
po.st' of the enitite- matter, it i.eed
niot he further i. f-errt-d to.
The ca-e of the Litt'ie Bros. Fertil-
izer and Phosphate (Co. vs. 'Frelnch
was also disposed (of by a verdict for
the def..ndant.
The case of the E-c:mtnbia Furni-
ture Co vs. the L. & N. R. R. set
for trial to-day was settled. and
Baker vs. )Oloni and St-phens vs.
Hardee were set at the foot of the
docket.


NOtIIf E.
There wi:l be a practice game of
base ball between Pensacola and
Barrancas at Fort Barrancas to-
morrow. All players of Pensacola
team must catch 2 p. m. dummy.
The line-up will he as follow?:
Touart. c: Villar. p: Oliver, lb; San-
chez. 2b: Vill'lr. 3t); McDonald. sS
Sheehan. W., rf: Harris, cf; Shee-
ha:i. If.


J. I. Stephen4 has a large ass< rt-
ment of Solid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spoon
We make a special bu-iness of
-elling cliothintr that is durable, well
male. and pe:tect fitting; i''s hu-i-
IPnes from the start with us, and we
reach out to buy carefully al.d sell
,o4w: the result is we di--play our
pick of the best. and you find your
choice agreeably easy when you get
ready to purchase. T'he mnd who
walk- out of our -tore with a new
hnsines- -uit on hi- back i- ready
f,'r bu in(-ess indeed: he looks it. for
we fit perf:'ctlv: he tf-els it. for ne
enjoys the satisfaction that ht- has
paid the riaht price-; his friends and
neighbor- kifnow it. ltor hie has shown
hi. "gmd judtirc-'iet h)y dealing with
an iti-titutiol wlert rreliablility i- a
watchword. Wnit-'-.
(;it a new Hat from our splendid
tloclk oif ilew -tyle-: prices Jow at
White'.-.
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
Deported Daily for The News by
Measr. A. M. Moses o.
eaosI.


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AMONG


WE HmVE THI 01E YON WArT!
Whether you want a big one.
a 'mall one. an expensive or a cheap one.
We have a great variety for Nile or reid. The
tie.t of them are luxurious. The cheapest
are good.


DWELIAINGS tliOK RRVT.
So. )s' Westf adsden stree-t,7rootun)is. 2
S story I ........ .. ....... $S 5.iO
No.! HM East 12th street, 5 rooms., (ast
Hill. .il 13 i
No. "ill We-t Laltua street, 4 rooms, t 1
story ,i.(1
No. 41l West Kelmont street. 7 room. .
(I storvi ... :I.r ,
No. -- East ('hutch street,.i5 roonls. ii
*story nrar $eville <(luaie 1;j.lO
No. 41+. #ast Cbase stre--t, 4 ruotii, iI1 I
story i 12.0
so.l2 We-.t Belle.nit treet.5 rooms. I
story l'tiN)
No. Ill Wes' Cerva,,t s street, 7 rooms,
storyr) .
Cor. lteu-and l.aRua street i rooms. |
SII sI o rv ) I '4 )
No. :qSoiiiih Spring treo-t..5 room, (E
store. ... :
No. :;:1 North I0eVillier- street. 7, rooms I
I 1 i irv1 i .. Ill toc
No. :.1ll J. Innteidencias str,'-t. .5 rooms..
I storvi P %Il
No. 7 North '.,riiig .ltre-t. .5 roolm-.
I 1 t'-tirv t l f 1l
4 orit-r (,iirdclin nl I). V illwir-, Iroonms.
i I story); 7. i
sVral sInlltr 'lwIlmlinerq can heo -liown
you. <'anll t thi"- Hll'ir',', r -o f.ir Rrintii., in-
suring or iiVe.-titig.

TDos. /atsor U (0o.,

REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. 1 South Palafox Street,
PENSACOLA, FLA.


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Fechheimer Fishel Clothing is
equal in every respect to made-to-
order garments. See the new Spring
arrivals at White's.

A veritable feast of good things
for men and boys, at White's.

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALF.
By virtue of adcree rendered by the Hon-
orable V. C. Maxwell. judge of th, circuit
court of the Firit Judicial I*rcult of ilori-
da in and for E.canma county. in chancery
sitting. In a certain cause pending in said
court wherein t. I,. Kaker is complainant
and -,arah Fitch and W. 1 Fitch, her hus-
band. are defendant. will expose for &ale to
the highe-t bidder nrca-h. at pu%.li out-
c'y. at the county Vrort houie poor, in the
c ty of P. nsacola. said Emcaniia county,
diiririg thi legal tourr, of -ale on iMondy.
nile seventh day of Mlay. A. l.. I>..1. the fol-
lowine de-'ritled r,-al .statte. ltuated In
aild Eicambia county., Florida. to-ait: T'lh
S. otf W of sbection 1'2. towii'llhip .' J
nirili. range :".2 west. Terins cash: pur-
chaser to pay for titles.


i7i, awllw


p. M ,. inhcery.
Special Master in Chancery.


FHERIIFF'S SALE.
Sy virtu-, of an execution issurd out of the
v unty judPe's court otf ts'caulbis county,
t* Iorida, wherein 'Charles William is plain-
tiff inDI t'al! Hnil i is defendant. 1 havelevied>
upon and will sell at public outcry, to the
hiuhebt bidder for ca--li. in front ofthe ri'oni-
ty court house in the city of Pensaeola. hee-
twten the legal hours of sale. on Mondayy,
theo .**venth day of May. A 1, Wli. the fol-
.,owing described provorty. levie'd upi'n m
the property of tih. said Cin ll tit Ii. ti-wt :
The northwest one uiiairter i N w 'I, (f ti'
n'rthwest on,- jtrl'r i N W,"* il -sction
twenty four I. ,toian-hip t'., 1 i north.
rang* thirty-nii :31 -t. 'irlt all anrI
s iiiul'ar i lie hvr'ti tane-nti-. pi tirt. nanci-e'
anli 'e I'ntllntia t 5,'rer'lU to beloiii4infg or ill
anywise ai'l rtlluin .
t, i.:e Kv 'm i tri.
a7-naw-Iw flhierffT.


Iln the Ci r',lilt Cni'rt of E-ep'nihiam county,
firstt J uoiiral t it uit. mtate o: lloridl.
Divorce.
Iane 0-!t orn
I!nines 4 >oru '
Tlie derendat. Jaitllo I -born, : rs-ij iir.-,t
t'. appear to the bill .l-d h-'reia., on tti. ,ix-
teentbh dIv of May. I1 l-..ei.
thit order to b- puhiblli,.' in, Tinm AII.Y
FwS. 5a nleY-palu-i pubilbaed iii said --.-
camibia u -tw U
A sM, 'MI.1.AN.
Clerk irruit courtt ;
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Is-puty 'lerk.
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OUR u l.e

It hk Venezian. Ferrari. I iTaon
AU I 1 IIR It bk Treuts, .tiardeal. Markeilie


AN ORDIANANCR
Cao b n'tItled an Ordinance Relaong
to the Krekcton of Poles for sh hap.
p'rt ofTelephone. or other Wiwas,
In she .trees-, Alleyi, and Other
Puhikt Places., of1he Cloy of Pensa-
colia.
Be It Ordained bv the Maror and ( ouncll
of the %ity of Pe 1n-acola:
liectlon I That no Individua'. partner-
'hp, company, or corporation shall her.-t
after, erect, or causeto be erected. in the
-treets. alleys, or other public plane o(f th-
citv of Penkacola. any p0l, *for the support
,f talenhone wires. or othe-r Wiret, for tfhe
transml'sion of electricity. unle-4 t le
wii'er of sucht p-les and wire hIslia tl nrt
hnbav obtained from tbecity council. aq
hereinafter provided. tlihe privilege of ere.'t-
:na-ucht poles In such street. a'ley or uther
public plnco..
e-v.. 2. That thepcouncil shall not grant
sull'h Drtvlllge until tineown r of tuct poles
and wire. shall til a petition fior thls sIme.
approved by tho Board q f i'ullliu Works of
the city. and set forth t.irreini the. name rof
the owners of such )p 1)l and ir ,-: "h.
purpose for which, and Iy hlinll. th ;y .l4atll
I1w ltls-d: s>eh strt-t in which I i-' 'i, to
hbe erected: the behlit ifr q i etrncy aid numn
bh r of thl- pols,- to l ito t-I ., al lid ie h iman-
ni.-r ill lhich tlie wirts art- to lit strung
ter. :;. That tlih ( .inil lha'l grant ..iich
prri i!tv'ro upon sucl' t-im ias d i .drlidltioi.
ais it mty sn nfit. ini<1 li. p"tl olln' as li
c1,1ndition precedent to lhit h lkint *tT-ff.ct of
suc .privilege shall by at'reniient in writ-
li. l. t ftlrd witnla ti-' 'ity coiiptirll ':-
tr i'eto, comply \ i'h rild p-rforiin all of
-mid l,-rni-m td i; lnl i ,r-. ni ini < bti '
'4 <> il o -ei.ll p >lit 1111 IiiI 'l;itit" *ind t'> o -tcb
lr \ ;li-t indl iino i t h ( r~n: lol i -,- r io '-
.*lco iy 'h ,il I I t .;itr\ oi thrli l" pucl"alcl p etl .
Svt. 4. Aniv ,r-fi'in of p I *- I*, vil.'a iion
f' tlii. ortrlinalt tsh il re id -r ch ,,r, l.-r
il i too i> m noil,- Ili ot xv-\ dil $.- i i-ir * illlori-lllnro lit. for til-.i polo l .*.* 1
.-" *. .. All ordl'i;iian '-s fand Ial I',,)i ittioni
of tt. it ity 'oulneil or H artr f ifnt'imin--
.iolit'r s of I I Provilionril iitii.*ip:ll,'v .f
Pel-.i- cilt..r part h'r--:f II v'ut iCL L *'-
wit ti ntr- 'hrtrelty re'p-,'led.
I't--"-d toril 41t I l.
Ap Ipr v',e l Aprill ,!alh.. I'li.
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We Pride Ours-elve< on Having theo (krandezt: aii M. *t
EXquisite Selection in


S Sprinff and Snummel Dress Fabrics

Wash Silks and Organdies.

(i.:> ;ate-t (. 'C ,'- or the M1sI t ,-lthbra* I M .,ii w.' :r.- :


SLadies' Shirt Waists-:

Alo ;i (Grea't iVari-ty .t


Ldies' Skirts and Tailor-lade Suits
JI S.T IECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
As U'-n;l \\'- L.,-ad i;n H ugilvs,. tl oIt,:id Il iiiner, well -u'- i',i !: ,
Re-Iutiation a~:mn Ip-to-Datf Arti-t. \ W : a,
Cowd Y(lR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Recommnendations. Mon. Women
"* and Children are More than Convinced that they
Set the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes at the
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'8
STORE .....

Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,

Men's Underwear,

I=Boys' and Children's Suitsr*
At Rediculously Low Price-.

MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
AWE ARE INVINCIBLE IN LOW PRICES.

SWe Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show Win-
i dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of Cierkx to
Wait on You.
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

.- Cohen, Friedo nu & Ca's
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RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.
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W. B. WRIGHT COfMPANY,

MANt'FA- I I Elt- AND I ;.\I.i-F. IN

LUMBER, LATHS,


SATED CTPRE3S SHINGLEI
PENSACOLA,.


4EASTER


Easter Sale!


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Loind rsrotIt amlto,.z 1 ito I f % to%
r-wioa G(. ml %m. s.iI r j..1 I I '.
form rin 'r..ibrrl~aw rt ii'4. Por:
4) hs. Will t'v, r:..'f 0-d.-1, i %
D afli,11 A V-i".

Osld qon 'A-' .' i'.andi tlat AI-r. a
C. Watpoon &CO..
1 441,1t A L I -T h ob i...t doeqirmt...
1-Lsal E'state Agency. 1-. lisle W:1'..,'it,
3cr. 21-kl ..uth Palafqi~z .tree~t.


BRnmplpi".. go- it lpay. 4,~a .
('frirago.

%k ith a sinotlenimatch S''."'mi't if '-m
ty or sta..t" tip llag'.t.U:1 '
,iPark.-t. IDual i.hree','itU i frop,.-.


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~~ANTED-Aillkindib of epty q IL*
W wiky belles. fiA.IFRIEDUANl
nowltf
W ANTED-Old beer bottles as Depanno. a
ser Bros. t?


jand deneor in flair t,.. in.ht. I.
Articlet..farOl st-.,.iW. suc.Y.'rwi,


ISVLIiFI'I' ~t(I'l. vIN fArI II r
s il ids indt-r'trt,-iI'z nipw o;'.
it. fifth term In .h.- r-.A-iv.,e atf t4..
no'r of Falatiox iArid Jua-ku.n.:.1kro'-r.
trance' on Jackpiorr. Term.p. $*-,.#Nopir nwr. x

M ALE ANDIFMALE. D-WHca'i N
ifCorner Vtb -.andeI uiI .' tll.... -I r'-''-
poor.es for rolle-i-.'or hu'iui...'..1 11e-
deitllprincipal. NS~igt. t'rm twgi '' '


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NIl Vit ~lol.tt lt 4 reto,1-3c .L.~W -t .
phonel. .3:r.4.


1-[lin-Uriel Saps Rla.r. '.
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FLA. IprumPtivrin hvbtiot oueur.r .si'ao-imi t-
__ phone T1.t. 1


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Easter Sale!


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Brittle s, urpla s all other P iik.-
peanut, cocoanut, pop corn aiil a
n1ut.
Our mission i.s to cloth M'-na .
Boys, from head to foot-Whit. -


Marston s
headquarters


Fin ch a(LT
for bit i,'


We have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date mocks, either fineor che/a
a M... .. Call andsee their stock


Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25 Dozetn Men's Fretich Neck Hal- 20 Dozien LJddic' I'Sl-veles V'st, :.' -inch Solidl and Whit-e Duck,
briggan Inderthirts.at 2.7 c.tits -each ; li-l Thread. mir lprict- 26e each or our price'...................... IlI)c
Drawers to match. S2.7T d'oztn. Y.Ird-WlidE Sp- I-lait C(ttion
30 Dozen Mo-n' Fa;ncv or C'olored 12 Dozen Mon'- Faniiyv Silk Front ait............................ oc
Satin Frolnt Undershirt- at 2.' cents Bo-,mn Shiit-. -our price .'> c. each : I Yaid-WidE Fithville Bleach-
eachi : Drawers to match. -ll size d, made by lonsdal- Co..
;:0 Dozen Ment's French Nc-k Il:l- 2 Du)ozn Fatincy vinid White Silk whils it la-tl................. 7I.c
brigu an or F.Itlncy I'indr-rhirt-, nice Pleated Bos]om S'.ii t-.ur l rice $1l $Ni; ,I'iE(ec- ,:test Ca lico at...... 4c
(quality, at 45 cents each: Diawer- to all .i- i.. l-'a- llbun'-i (Giinighi;.m,
ll:1tcli. VW e carry tL i la;ir.-t ii;| of M -n W rat.i d .... .......... 5c
It, Dozen Men's Heavvy Wei.iht and Bovys Clor,,r-l Shin t- in the ('ity ......
Balhrlgaad IUndershirt.m at ilcent.-; at the L ow-t Pri.-. J.it -c.-iv'l a full line of Skirts
Drawe-rs to iiiitch. 1361-inch SprIiiz -in c.t. our 1ard ShitN ait: our price< are the
limi Doz.-n I'Edi l, Sleevelel \eS.ts pri<-' ............... ............ lw wet.
at o'd price. ; for 2.- c-itts.or 4-7,- .,- cinch V rvy Ste.r W \V tit' I.A' wnt. Paracr ,l.s a dolz-ti: nihroil+s*r d ineck. our pr',' ...................... l.o) iinhd $I '"i.
17-. Doz, n ,L:tilieo Mi-s-'" ami 2l-ilti c ( h ni Ni-kok, oUi Liadi- IrrI'i-c-it P;ara-ols ill
Chiliren-"' Sls r- v''e-s V,--t-, with pri<', ........................ .. '* late-t '.t- eL at I1.77, a~ 'nd? .i:d .
Tat e .Neck. :3 for 2 c 25 D,.-n L dlie-' 1l ev' l- \'-t Pi'ne. **ir p,.i .... ..... life Childr n's Straw tlat- atil Sailor-;
with 'ilk 'apt,' Neck, l2 Il r 25c or ;, inch Whi'- C,,nii,-d 1'i'j i-. 'mur al-o .511 roll- N,-w Sprinz Matrinig.
.$1.35 dozen i ric. .. ... ..... .. ............. 15c at 12 .. 15 aid 'd pe-r yari!.


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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 7, 1900
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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 7. 1900.


NO. 55.


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


M-.rti I Henn of Ultudon. Kronlandh. It.
%I i arv. Matir~snie d ortirno. J. S. Ieo--t.
Hurri Thornton J. M.. Itotwri%. J. 1.. Outt-
t~i.. u"I d Lit-ut. Ct in r. Wood of I fie navy
Na at'(l-f i~. Nlcqul buth Lie.ut'.
~ i,,u 4) t' I mid ole or Foi.rt tsar raic aI..
E .%!i I i ti. -.f IFort iatrainticam..(Capt. C. A.
A-m rti N. H Pi'arquhiir L-t iion
,&,? A lb- .r, S .Sno. twu -nt i W H
I-lit'i-'. Li .-ut I uja'lr. J- It. Mutrdticik
t:-. I ( 'oit t iat k a I I. r !I itrI.es 4
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liOGAi JVE&JS VOTES


Local fore(-asI for Pnaaacola Gand t'nesnaw

'I /e migntelam Iin iii-t24 he,ur.,. ..f.
Uhas. E. Masoin of Milton. regis-
tered at thje Mercliaiit la-t uaigmt.
1). (C K'tchui 4ifChit lol-y. revi'-
tti-r d at t li-iMerehiatit-; tuis Iit)rililig.
Hlolliig Whjitfit-hi of Hrtini-wick.


v. of A'zhborn. Ga., w~
3111111;Z I1-1t t AhV...rri~ :l- at thte

Nl i-.- I tic., daug'itt r of l,:ev. anid
#-d.h ln-rtolday*I~. t*IAIy -e~e
(C If. ('ranto- iand 1'. S. ami)O ofl


has made many friends, leIvpe to-
day for Pensacola, Fla., where he
intends to reside. The ~epnial Leii-
tleman will be very much miss' d
here by t.ose who knew him as Pro?.
Hall, the fencing master.
First Universalist church. east
Chase street. Services. Sunday. 11
:1. in. Subject "Palm Sunday;" 7:30
Subject 'The Doctrine of Proba-
tion." Everybody cordially invited
to attend., hats free. Rliv. R. P.
Ambler. pas o-.
Tne Chiploy Light Itfantry will
-ive an Easter Monday ball which
will outshine any ever horptitoe-
given by l hIll. Tire e\, nt is in *'he
hands of v mpetent conlnittees and
a pl;a;tant evening ii assured al'
Who atteiid.

?OL'I:I AFRICAN WAll
lIeis Are Encouraged l)y Ilecen.
Brit itih Ieverser.


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:r -O . tl tM g V -I. to
1 I f- 'w' of her liallnd
S -' a. .'.rk ',:. T-ru-day.
t:. iti I c.-..t Isr1 t -oreI..
. MNattrv CIamli.. lt!o l.tS-Lt"'
a -:. o? tbh New N ork.
S\ ..ry r nvatied a tf- fr..-r.-1s t
r etiila-. on t(i- lt-ani
S,1 \ tl the New ork.
v M'.v (C iaffin and lIaltsy Hyer r",
*n. on rTuveday inortin ngrfromi
.. .1 -. wherbre hIY bad bee u for ( et

% frion- of Mrs Pletasnts are
*. welom her in her old borne.
S. ;. a'-rivr*.d on Tuesday from Jack-
I und ia now the iuesetof Mrs.

v- ."*e of Rock Island. II'.. is the
'.r broitbhr and tiaster, Mr. and
mit-. Ahretromble.
:-. tne ( %. '.-uilng tirown op.-i for ati *nt-er-
not lirst <'n atin-I' h tei ipaIciioi
a ad bwen ardd. arnd ottiher most
.. n-e made oI tse anterior of
.ng. It at now ione of tbe hand
S h roonms an the Mouth. This re-
i;t, given by about tlairtry-six mn-i-
S'.- club. comIplimentary to Roar
. s tariujahar and other ofltc rn of ttie
. I*-k avatit and Malilae then in port.
o t ii.neial.4kon waben thec club could
... -proud .f ihetr build aig. Thin dv- -
.-, inmtte-". wilth lhr.e ladies n.ii
.e-a-- did the work most thor-
t- 'as- o. all nations lent tlhe:.
.-I,,r to add to thqe effect. while-
S .A liaevely flowers gave a tro)i(acl
t hi- *cene, tie' gract-ful loopiag ."
* ... -. tie- artistic arranizenienit iof
a I m .-ar bhowld that deft liunger Iof
.. iad tivon thee daintyV touch needed
-. -ttti perectit-on. Then wheni thi
.i- .ti, l'd. the bright and halitidstoni-
.- of the- ladies. thi- array of gold
t,alttton which make* up thac ext.-
nailitary mrain. tih f vta1 even-
-- ',f t. i 'ivianan tht- cliarmn
-l :Ifil asid in-piring ntstic.
: -.t inade a tee'n*e of o nflmalt-
-g to tb r-tilewiic-lire Thi- re-,p-l-
l -i Dsn..ntI 'e t ti lilany flartW -r-
-f ii'- attelt ion. as uns-urp saitt-I.
wi \ M 'll tealld l'ted thle1 ar a l\ ite-re
: i Iidr.- ..of a.-l mIt front .lu ,ige
li- ttesnor-G 4ro*It-s at *upleer tattl-
.* % lmitral ial uhal 'l*-ii rit..r.- ,-
s- ns. adslel eclat to t.:ii aitttier
*i-tv- of 'Pensaeola todo, heo:or ti,
i oifti-cer.- f file U'nlltd l stat.,
S ..- t.-lowan a I a li-.t o ttho e. wi:
: '' is r->'*litioi .
S- ,-ia't-r. ie th*e navy yard. bla( k
.* t l- i .
V V(' ain'.lh of Fort Harran>'- co-
r-.: t-k -* i.
V - i.f fCrtt arrancat*. nil- trreren
h -*i.'. traiumings of cihltffouI anI
v . f Fi-rt Barrancas. Itlack
4 'It '-ll: f c Crei- velvet.
v '...1itn of Atlanta. ( S,. anrid thite point lace trini-
l:.-..-*e. black net, ribbon tritn-
,- 'k.V-* v-wt and rose'q.
"on (r*-e*n. tan crepe a:t!:
v : -,nti. blu. salk anIiJ tate
v" ilta't.-n. Black and g:sty bro-
lo,*':-l triimming*a
.SIn. abiteand blue -triped silk
*. rb. black sllk with roo pink
-. ,- Ur Monngomery. Ala .aht
i naturall flo. w-ri.
r ti ort barranes. handsoin.-
v . .-k -ttd neot.
S* t. -' lacn,'.-f lili Ia il la-cd
v.- lirestJen ialk. pia.k vel-
S . l.,k Ilaant>. Illd h:te
- *i- tir lini.a.
S ..,l. art.** -satin. black nt-t
,-' 's icf Jac'ksonvitll l.;ack
'r '. -a ci n : La *iaa "i"* r ** .
,, -- .- lttckt bro icade. atilte
v 'I..% I-a k tntld ci.lt lac'e
t: .- htl yard. pai naL a';,
t ,. .astan and 'o t -ii
: u.n. *,i anit cost u rile
m, * nin. a !il:,- i- i.itrand.
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a,.t- allk amit ;t,'i
li t t'l *' 1 ,t ti
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a r- .: in tl- .. ra. -.
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the I# t ,,y, itialictiira ; l)r. rI;uce wa- ca.tlle-d and found it
tlePv--;a< v to i1l:ike two -titche- in
thf w(und. Th piatienrit is d i.ing
nicely to-day.
Prof. J. M. F. Hall of Vienna,
Au-t.. but late of Biloxi. Mis, ar-
rived he-re yeterd.ty afternoon Prof.
Hall is a teacher of physical culture
and languages. Of himn the Bilxti
Herald of April 5 says: Captain
James Mark Edmund Von Hall-
magyi. Ph. D.. M. D.. M. A., of Vien-
na, Austria, after spending nearly a
year in Biloxi, during which time he


i I 1 iS THI: M N.
(':.i-. H. Hi-z i- theo ,tin t who ad-
verti-es Pen lacel lHe ,J.-s it ri :ht
anld d errves-.% our .-upport.
A ele-g:ciit a-sortnient of truntrks
a-id vali-es at Whitt'?s.
So11in follk' pretenic* to always
titidestsell tl- world are rather tire-
<,tm-n. No one ha- monopoly of
braius and money. It will be a sir-
rv day for this town wh. n competi-
tio:1 ceases. White's.


.-I-Jv IN 1. AN 10 K WS X.
Secretary.
New spring arrivals in Silk Neck-
wear, at White'-;.

We will scon receive a
fine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
Marston 4 Finch.
Crossett's Young America 13 shoes
for young men. the best shoe in the
world for she price, at White'Ls.


t't-t-t(i c i Cr -alit VN a!-r- 'esiii--
th i az heio-. Y'Vicar ealse-r '-!;Loud ta iV#
at- It!.


The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the


We aim to .ave all toods on -al, DURHAM. Try them at
thorouKnly reliable, because ti-here i.s D'Alemberta
-i ch a thing as ti:inrtaiiin-g tl Aembertm.s
zrade all ;,long the line. and no mat-
tPr how low ani article mayv he 1I) dozen Scriven'e. Patenrt Elastic
priced at thi- ,tore yvou can re lyon s)i n drawer, at W0 c- lt per pair, at
its quality at all times. We keep White--.
only what we can recommend, and D
we recommend only what w- know DURHAM lgars hlAv
i& tru-tworthy. When we tell you FO equal For sle
the merits of a purcha-e you can lo* r e a
rely on the assurance. White's. I D'Alembere'e.


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l..,:, i., ..t n H,,t,-I,t,-. I..u,. 1 w. rtan-i- iytv aruiveu uire til i:t,>r- LOXNI.N, April 7.-A Prtoria dis- q, ,
.. .- .. II. M. :at -r r. ur W. ig anid are guait-: :at thle M1 rch-'uit-. patch say- that the British troops
t.' dio | H, sll|'rrthr, Le r bte to. t
.'a .I I : retIk I.v,'. *'-* ,'nI I I-. r not fail to look (,i r l ss & captured at Kornspruit have arrived
P A ,-,,, \AIn i I. w, \,-. ('.; reader- .aboit tyv **-creins for there. The prisoners belong to the A .
i :,i: vI..,.r. K. L.-yr vour window-. They have the best. Prince of Wales' own regiment and
he sight of the brhliiantlv dressed
S- dr ., ...h e ., l i, .. r' .. hhe o m:lck-s Maud Spufrlitr, ('ar- soldiers of Great Britian's crack re;
: *,:... -,l a a t, ).... u ,, t e rie 1.h.' and ( prav arrived thils irnent greatly delithtid the burgh-
1 ^: .- Ir r. Mr rri- iear, l t F. trIiih. i fronti the fi-hing grounds ers. 'Jlie prisoners were exhibited
. Four tabei m.-. tiiiII.d i ith with ...00 snappers. to encourage the burghers to carry
_'iJ,-. .ard the. iit prize" a 11 tevn byv M r .
.,<. c-;-- !tas, oilyv. -; i.- .,' ",.-oi Among the new guestQ at Hotel on the war and the effect was in-pir-
pt.T... a hau itiinIted placqu-. was prse-int- E-caniahia are F. C. Hammond, N. ing. Five hundred British subject- ,
e to Mrs. N Kata. Atesr eth games dt-- .. H. P. Chenowith, Louisville and have been ordered to leave Johan-
Ster wr sred. J. NI. Cline of the C., M. & St. P. Ry. nesburg today and one hundred have
Mr..Bryan fI unwody invited a few friend!- been ordered to quit Pretoria.
to Join her on a trip on the bay ont Tues.1sy Mrs. J. M. Howell and Mrs. E. C. The British detachment captured
mioraming. th otjeo.tive point being a visit Stout have returned home after a by the Boers at Reudersburv num-
to the ifl .t. pleasant visit of a few days to rela- bered 691 men, of whom 4.5 were
The sam* day Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hyer tires and friends in Montgomery. killed and wounded. The Boer b b o lu te ly P a e
entertained a number of their friends on Mr. E. B. Morey, the genial mana- force that attacked them is esti-
te stueanter Anitelo in a similar manner. ger of the plumbing department of mated at 3.800, with five guns.
The I oung Ladies iuchre club met at the Chas. H. Turner, the contractor, is
home of the M assues (iolsteker at three quite ill at his room at the Mime Sammer Heat.*-This is the season
o'clock on Weidn-day afternoon, and after house. for bowel complaints. Green ap- Makes light d hot
Uodstucker was found to bhave won the Geo00. Wilson & Co.. opposite the ples and cucumbers produce them d
prize, a lovely embrouiered centre piece. on nearly and PzRuY DAvis' PAIN-KILLsR! biscuits, rolls, muffins and crusts.
tyrefreshmentwerethentserved. union depot, are supplying nearly cures them. To the troubled stom- l
n erall of the city people in that part of ach it coean like a balm, thewind is Makes hot bread wholesome. These
M14. E. F Faunidernt:rtained about town with fine, fresh green groceries assuaged, and the trouble ceases.
forty friend. Wednesday by a delightful of all kinds.druge land
bay party on the steamer E. V.. impson.: Every druggist It the land keeps
The first top as made at the navy yar J. W. Dyke of Tampa, Henry Ben- Pain-Killer, and no one should be are qualities peculiar to it alone.
where a pl.asmnt half hour was spent viA. nett of Franklin. Ind., M. L. Uarney without it in his family. Avoid sub-
Ing the many Iiiprovetuents made during
tbh administration of Commandant Reasan- of Oneonta, N. Y.. and John Furnas stitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer,
ger. T!lieiafavinmg station want visit. of Indianapolis are guests at the Perry Davis'. Price 26c. and b0c. I have found the Royal Baking Powder superior
ed and there delicious luncheon waI. L.ve iLewis te R yle.ing Powiler >uprrr
servdn After a troll on the bObca run oe. Dougla Shoes at White's. to all others.-C. GoRJL, lat.-e Che/, L)Dlmunico's.
was iladle to the quarantlio buov. ThA Dleas hoes at White's.
boat returned to the city at 6::)and aill the Joe Reed, Chas. Apt and Ed. _--- --____ -.
suests were enthusiaotict in tichir praise on Touart are erecting on South Palafox 'INE POULTRY.
the splendid time th.-y had enjoyed and a new and up-to-date shooting gal- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
utiatniaiousvy %wsed that Mrs. tSaunders wa wA
I-inuailed s dltaMreuau.,sr. walery which will probably be ready At C. Corner' Poultry Yard.
The Thursday Aftrnoon Fhre club met r business this afternoon. am now ready to sell eggs for set- Episcopal Minslon. Musical People. Attention.
i Ith MI ats.olsv. MI-- Ainift, hinn WiDtiinrg romann Lutheran Church: Eng- ting from the following breeds of
!ir-t prize. a his. I water pitcher: M r-. Pou li-h Contirnmation-service at 10:30s. The Rev. P. H. Whalpr. rpetor of The J. M. Clutter Music House is
.ila second d pr)/-.a dainty crea pitcher, Im. to-uiorrow, Palm Sunday. N!o chickens: Dark Brahmas, Partridge Christ church. will preach for St. r ceiving daily new pianos and bave
and ti '-datanlu i' as 'o u by Mrs At Sunday school and no services at Cochins, Light Brahmas, White 'yprian's Minion to-morrow at 3:2',t it stock at present a full and com-
ta:iie*d Icy iMrs. Mar-.iotan n'ext a.-,k. night. J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Cochinr, Plymouth Rocks, Brown p. 1i. at the A. M. E. church near plete line of some of the most cele--
the depot. brated piano,4 of the day. The t&-
M its W,-trott of Baltimore, Md,.wh !u has Any onil interested in the oil bu'- Leghorns, Wyndotts. My fowls are moudepot Krpianich & Bahof th e el-
,+,tweltanvd h-.- W-atv-s. Mrs. rt. bisr lft to neos can -.-t-at this office a copy of a from the very best strains to be' remarkable Cnre ot Rheumatisin. brated Lester and the world re-
.Tere for Ne.wlwirue. N.C.. much to the re- new publication-The Oil W 3rld-a found, and I Invite ths public to call KENN-. Jackon Co., V. V nouned Crown. the old reliable
gr.t ..f nr ma., friend, made during her monthly journal edited by Paul and see my pealtrv yard-about 700 Abou t ree yar ago my wife Royal and Smith & Barnes piaioa
stai t.,-r l) vo*kovatz, and published in Lo fine fowl -a hand. Settings of 13 had an attack of rheum stisn which are all on our floors, giving purhbas-
M--. w. H. Knwowle- a ift (on the anme oln. eggs for $.0. LorIE Co.I.Is, cotnfllned her to her bed for a iontth ers or intending purchasers an ex-
*^vning f-,rN-umbern*..N ..where she is to Miss BH-s-ie Eagan of Jackson- T 7at Manager. and rendered he unable to walk a ceptional opportunity to select pi-
vst tier mothe.r. Mrs. Naine. ville, a niece of Hon. John Eaan of - step without assistance, her lihobs aIjos from the cheapest known reli-
Thb. Married I.artr"' Euch.clubhwere en- this city. has returned from Cuba,i D. not fail to read the advertise- being swollen to double their normal able make to the most faluoul
tertainred by Mr-. Ze-k on PI rday e-\en ina where she hal been on a visit to her ment of TEETHINA li this paper. ,ize. Mr. S. Maddox insisted on my Ina k .
liteatd of thi,. .u-ntil t.usti.m o prize,. Mr-. -iter. Mrs. Mattair, and to tae faini- -using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. In addition to all the above, we
/--k variedn nt NO TO CONRACTO d lottbyiti n-eiiBad ll"'have a large number of slightly used
-A. I ady with iome tloely oNive.irs mta, ily of Gen. Lee. NO CETOCONIRAC t. I purchased a fifty cent bottleand, priht pans; some of them hav-
o,, ait carvedwtood. o Resolved, by the members of the ustd it according to the directions pn"l' been rented a few month,
---_r_ A white "hobo" was killed th's Laborer's Protective Union No. and the next morning he walked to only been rented a few montb.,
Mr- HBallet of Boste. .a .. .t tit.I da oriing ineatr Molino by a freight 8, of Pensacola, in regular meet- breakfast without assi-tance in anyfrom which tho purchaser can onat
morning fborThoinale.cis.. to jnhe.r train. The supposition is that he itg that the following announce- manner, and she Itas not had a mi-an e
thu-bttind. Hbe hai ben ilb nh Mrs.lWtllil wasthro u fron break beam whi'e m n han piano e th an entks ternoa
!or two we-k. and hae won miay friends ya was thrown from a break beam whi e ment be made for the benefit of the lar attack since -A. B. P.AsoNS. lowa pianos we can ianke term a
htier capt:ianug manners. the train was in motion. There were public: For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 Southlow as $1 r month ad u.
1no papers found to identify him. On and after the 10th day of May, Palafox street. With all pianos old we give an
Mr. 1, H. Turner's many friends regretted elegant -carf. stool, in-itruction book,
etxcez higly to hoar uf his painful arceadent There was a grand rally of candi- the scale of wages shall be as fol- n r-io o
ton last Sunday. but are gend to know thit dates for county offices at the fair lows: A HINT. $5i worth of music an d tw, year.
it proved notsto be of mr se .r ." given by tile numbers of Spring Mortar maker, $1.76 per day. Coffee. whic-h ritake the po tcian wl., tuning free, and we guarantee hat
it provnottoofaingreeariouwes..ill.,tehtheanu -aeturerIguaranteerwillo*
,- rer. trust h will rapidly recover. Hill Baptist church at Myrtle Oroe Common labor, $1 50 per day. And e through all thingwith hf- te 'acu ua t ill b
last night and as a result the pro- EDWARD C. WILLIAMS, shut yes. -rPp. m:de good in ever instance in case
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ceeds of the entertainment were very, a7-1" Hecretary. Politicians are not the only per- of the slightest defect whatever.
Stif sons who like good coffee, and if the. We cheerfully show the merits of
rake laxative BromoQuinine Tablets. All grttifyig. How can we afford to sell such politicians who are now engaged in these different piano and respeet-
iruggat. refund the money ruft atis all The many friends of Mr. S. P. high irade Clothing at such close shelling the woods of Escainbia fully invite the public to call and
tboz. .c.o Leonard, formerly of this city, will prices? Our answer is pure and sim- county for votes would treat their examine, whether you intend bay-
Sbe interested in the news of his mar- pie; ours is a modern store, con- intended victims to a good. hot cup ing at present or not.
Our Men's Spring Clothing is up- riage, April 5th. at St. Augustine, structed strictly on progressive of coffee. instead of "red ifquor" and We will rent you a piano for a few
to-date in every way. The Jno. Fla., to Miss Ma'guerite Fosdick of plans. Our Clothing is sold on the campaign cigars, they would all, dollars per month and the rent can
White label wouldn't be on them it that city. No cards. The happy smallest margin of profit, depending stand a better chance for a full vote I apply on 0 ale it piano is bought.
they weren't. White' pair are now en route northward on on a large volume of business. The and their share of It. Call early for first choice.
O .. a biidal tour. more Clothing we sell the greater The coffee of which the noet sang J. M. CLIrTTRr's Mist' HoUSE.
ROL WEEIK. A southeast storm is central to- our purchasing power, the lower was identical in quality, flavor and 112 and 114 S. Palafox street,
Proaram of iServie, at St. Michael'. day near the mouth of the Ri our pric; that's ttie story in a nut aroma with the choice blend, b nlow!
Catholic Cht~rh. grandee. apparently gaining in shell. White's. offered to a discriminating public by EE RO8 & C(0.
,Cstrength. Increasing and probably 'C. H. Gonz-tle-z & Son, and no one ABHO P s(REE N,.
Holyweek services at Mt. Michael's highsoutheat winds will shift to MILLINERY NEWS. who gives them fair trial ever re-
church will be a follows: northwest to-night. At 10:30 this gretsit. This excellent house alao WIE .'ENCIN;.
rPainm undaiy ito-morrowfi-First Mas-. uIrrhwii tor. AS t Mrs. L C4ohen is Off-ring as Spreial presents to the housekeepers of Pen-
Palm ; Ma: s.a:.v a. m. buon of lveton, Port Eads and New Or- leader ferr This Week. sacola one of the best selected as- For the next 30 days A. J. Wat-
Weodnesday.Tenebr. p. m. leaw:. 4-Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage. sortments of fine fancy and staple, kint will order ornamental wire
IHoly Thursday. Mau.-s a. in.: evening O 20 ts groceries in the city, and invites a fe.cing at such low prices it will
oi c7:p. M. Church of Christ. corner of Jck- only 20 cents. trial from those who have not yt rprise everybody. You can hav
m..m d Friday: Ma, i of the Pre- n and Alcaniz-Bible school at o3-pay Bunch Violet Foliage, opened an account with them. any kind. from 2 feet to 4 feet higb;
sanctifle-d., a. m : sinsinn of ithe iaqsion. 9:45 a in.. preaching by the pastor at 17m-oaw4w i or yonu can get thef be-st ,nd chnpeest
**Holy Wayv o' ttie Cross.".1 3p. m.: Event K 11 a. rii.. subject, -Dives in Hell In My Pastern Hat Department --i--- -- ron fencing of all k'nis. When
llvHolt ur. r.mp*.r.ons wIll b..mn at S ihjeet, 7:o p. ir., **Eternal Punish- You will find me extra od val P ers faou cent collars, at dir fencing of v kind done
-:" ti .;: onfes.on nt "*- n m. A iI.-I iliat." Prayer meeting \ nesday es. We are making room in this lWhite's. leave vyouro rder at Win. Johnson .
Si-attwrwaillsinest trying coii--- at 7 In All are welcome. ? on for ie and voli will save
l at.,-ratherawllan,,,ra. All are W.,tnh rigit--t a-vl.n.FAIre elcom, de artment for the arrival of our" Iio p r t
..u st..re atur v. A s: or. Strangers and non-church goers ar et arrval f ou FACIAL MASA(;G. ;iney and get first-Ia l enarano
especially invited. ew Erinklaster cn b wied out Wovrin- t we rk. A. J. VWAIK 1.S.
Hanntiah Bros'. are agent< for I.- Contractor Chlubbs will bezin Mot In My Trimmed Hat Deparkle ecan be prevented. Ch-ek- ca.n l:'m i .
W\e- ('oihtih Cure. I )arrl .-.a Rl-in ,iayv to tear down the (old building on You can buy a nice trimmed C'hic be plumptaned out. All thins. and N<-w Sprin a tinhatta:i -hi:rt, at
*-dy and Witch Haz 1 Salve. They tne coti ner of Z:arragokssa and Baylen H it for $1.25. $1 50and $1.75, itn Leg- more can be done by ina.- E. Vhit e'-.
Jut:ir..itee all thrie If these opriEpara- s'reetls iiw ccutipied by Joe James' horns, Mixed Braids, etc. LIadii--. call on NMii Ki cl r "at -.-- -
tti.n alind wil chee-i fully refund thl r,-taurant. atid will erect a two- G; o Mrs. L. ('ohen' BHower A& Kru-e''. Milli,,.rv. ,1 Fiine fitrnlitureiten.!lI/nlbe,
*'-ti,.ey t,, aay with.>uUt t)be-ing laiticitt-d. Price 2", r stauratt will bU. removed across WVliat yeu p:iy fer (Clothinr ig not -rery. .aj.. lw .'-'= u lii 1 er
c :: ea<;ch. the street temporarily, but wi 1 ,c- half so important as what \ou il .t. All hat her -uit n'-'-. : al iand r'Oe'l'rs, (t very re.asona ble
-auer.r opening. copythe new building w hen it I- Whites. -stclhel- with leather linii.:' at prices. Their .dock Ix 6COr-
t;tatad di-play of Imported H-ats. dG"r Thr. will be at rWlr e/te'-. e. Don t buy anything
Fid:,yatd ,sturiav. Arit ,;and o b,:,rd tle No.rwegian ste ,i. p ntmeeiting of Mt. Hiereb /It/ finmiture until ijOI have
7. ,timbt-r-li;,p, and struck him ovtr \ B -o'- SoCkL.
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.
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UCZEMA. ITHnING HUMOR NEWSPAPER MAN SUICIDES. I O r f I, CO Frrfi WITNESS BEGS FOR MERCY.

PIplces Cu-d by t. Br. l-littl0e F. O.li hkcul et I ilsji1t Life I Eatin a Sxelting Sene at Trial of Henry Faul-
Free ,,,,. Roasting a pecialty. ,ii .fer-oi0h.
Does your Skin Itch and Burnl ."I. tAT k April 4.- F. 0. !)irk,.nhheet; Have. you tried Swans' J FF rF:- vi.I E:. G(a.. April i.-An
-Dietre-sieig Eruptions on the skit if ., d OlF f-w t. ,. F ;cS i ti eil:ti <. :. i te trial,

pay1Eo a nd... ..l frn :. ,. hS- ci .il f-, f'. anrd Sweetesat O the Atme- tnurd,,r otf Frank M. H.llidiy.
te Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have you .:t :D :, i: :. t... r 11,' cin ba.rreix. hal. vn -ria an.
E uisen? l-kin. Stre i a(nd Cr,-ck.d -, -C ..'".t n,.0 ., ,- ,i'lpi l 1- l::, i barrels, 24 pound and 12 pritci'l" t wi::' .r pr. -utin..
Rash forin ,on th-' Skin? Prickliti ,i .,l pound sacks, wh.ole.sale and waSo *;r,:- ,1 n 1 -ifi' iat
Pain llthe, S in l ., 'rpl- :- i t! H ? [Dec ls .:1 n t I If t w rv
Bone Pains.w? t>well#'n Joint-? Falliti :;,:-,. .- i j ~.h ;1l4:i I: L ,t ei reta.iLl. riding; i:n hi. l -'.. :;aii'.-i lh'j.:. aind
Hair? All iRun Downi? Skin Pale"? s.i-,. Try )Delafour's Ginger tiha wh.|n thi- c,., :!,. tilhli..y' h,0use.
Old tore-" Eating re--'.' I'ler Fulch-.r t-I) r.' .ti, r a l. L All the-c are- s.yniptotni of E,-z-ina I-ill. the I)-esrip: ion. .le; best minerall 1'\aters lit., ,. : ..'.r".;.' I,,.l : thL
and Impurities and Pi-oinis ill the iK \i\-.x- Ci't, April t.-The inan wlht O the market, equal to iru- teadl ,i1::1 O 1 ax. ;it,; lI -aWv thel; crime
Blood. To cure tol 4tay um re d t"k- c. :;;ii., ,. suiide, in Atlanta answer- pored foods an on man, it el a i to. r-'o. li'. n t
B. B. B. 4 Botanic Blood BlHhn, .I ',npioul fuilI of F 0. D.i-ken por ted goods an it and mkit ki ,i.. ', w- thatlt h wa'
bicb mik.s the blood pure and 1 $1.10 per dozen, atnd h- wul, I,.. killd by Fu!..r br
rich. B. B B. will cau^e the sores .-h+.r>, :.-lidor 11 th iluiy doizen hf tht. atrlul h i' l-i, kilii by kl-
io bel., itwing .f czen;Ia to stop Ka -.., City Journal. Mr. Div'.nhet. Try our Freshly Roasted i,,,hi" t'ienw 1-.,1) )irid fll theXi 'flr
forever, the skin to beco,,ne ele;ar `('i-I, t< Kansas City from Btrlin.tn Cof'ee.S. crawl-.d iii front tn the jadlge and eriel
and the breath .-weet. B. I 11. iis jest the remedy you have been look- 'p to Tlte we'(k. lH- wa.S furnish( J S. ['lUGI, The jud. aurteld Freeman oif protee-
aug for. I horoughly tested for 30 t-an"i..rratilu to Atlanta by The Journal. tlholesale and Retail Gro- tion. T'i mnan ai-kI for -oi)mel)iy to
yearu. Our readers are advised to John Wry Dead. r Phone 105. rub him. He was in a vry excited state
try B. I.B. For sale by druggists cer one 1 and wa- tak.-n from the .ourtruoxn.
S$1 perlarge bottle (full treat- YORK April .-John R. ey es in Mens Jewelry at A n naed
Ogt>) $6. Complete directions with a famous minstrel 40 year- aga, is dead Novelties in Men's Jewelry at A m.n named E. iresseon. of Pres
eacbh bottle. r iS o uff*rer may ity t at his hone in North Patern, N. J..d, n.e o n

AtlFrte, Ga. De -ierb your troldice ing nmemnber of the original Christy niin- Foley's tHoney and Tar is, that it is
and Free person al ineclical :dvice strels.l In 1860 he arranged a special
given, performance for Napoklmn III. in Paris, the very best medicine for 1-t 1 rippe,
ille I)ew Ahr and received from the emperor a pin in Peppermint Cream Wafers, an af- colds, cough, etc. A. I)'Alem-
h*.. ... .. I i -.cn f. t ; ........ ter dinner dainty. Ask your dealer berte.


(iSKI A ..\pr. 1 ; f()-)( I1,112 1Vl&',
killed a'i.1 Rn., h-v Liillv itin-tir'l*n a
f~g'bt hrire. go''. m_- -*' a'uarguinjil
4-rer .XinI:ral I1~** -an-lifh'io 'fti
prw'..iutiv :. EuII:ti.. TnchIIr. m a *~)
wao. i. ',aci I -I lit] l- kifl-I.'117v (i',4iz.r

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cut A lt thg.'. f o'irc,, it il ivA rall':

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h~t~o r ra'. l t iIIIz -It iI .1190 ig III ,et Foi t'%


.Iffoney and Tar ri.t,'red Ihis voilct-
when lI iltrwnes- thlrI*3tti-d~i to ;,I-, -





tHall.nobby ar~l A4,llialaC 1f-ld- a!-t

2111I1 enit' orNIkola- You-Havwe k: 25duze
fatmf 17091 hiv -.

Cotea a riuinits. 7e :ar tilt-la:unlo 4r
fenioe and elpiarltjAtlpineit-'lialatic:o
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A4 a Pargai. 76 th 4-rom 3o unde. brt

and two.. ,t~ables. I i.-ee PUN). For
fnrth u itfeiruiati.tio. apply it) W. R
lDout.Iauisi(oin place. or J. I. I ul i~--
~oto &kBrit.. city*. l31nilin

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
.FAf--at D'le~mberte'


CASTOR IA

lxIrv h nts azd Childrn.

Tulie KWYu tim Always hught
ONam tatoI
406M xTveOft2.z

Everything iin spring undit- rwcar at
White's.





cure Hou?-e.

l~icent" *vm.i. :ai'I ii:tllo. thitillto


Ito re/vilferator on thle
lauarket ca itequ aI th osr soldi
by~ Marston A-Fiji ch. C('al/
arid. see whalut buvutics they
,axe.

Peowplf- -ullo-intiz from kidito- v Ili-
0a~s foel a :,:Ia(1U d IIA hat-te-A i Ill.!:
.of vita ift V. 'T. 4-V tu.114-11(1 lo-#A it
Time ill trytni J'o-v' '::,v Cur(
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Your C-redit is Good




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fout..'a fin w1e' .ti iZ. i-f--$ieIllp
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Chinese and Japanese

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FINE CHIN& TEAS.
ln S3t t muh lalaaf- Z Mreel.


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the u sape OT a Dan oT iamfonnKi.
A t.ALLA

For IDmocralic Prlnmaries and Con-
vention.
Re-oilve'. That a convent ion of t h!, liM-in-
otratic party of scanibia ci IOUII1 II. ltie"
hield at 'owelton at 1: o'clock titon nl the
14tlh day of April. 1 0). fori tI!. plt'-pose of
sl-.Ictinei twelve 1' pI erTonliI t, !'t-piresent
Eh.Cmlillia c4,outity at thei lil-t >': I oliv'.i-
li on to nuon1 inalt a caindida!t- foi 'it liln-t-
itdl for tlie iiurp seoef -,eletc li li tt-, n l I1"-'.
jfiesons to i-prei en t EscaitiliAt illl ty ati
Il*- state C ll o ,VOiti at -t i 'li ltli-s alind
place it'l. il yV t lie t l ed bly thi t lthl*+ aind Coll-
grl'--' : ;].l lP -n1 ori tlit onili'. *t I. 1 fori
ihepIurpo..iof -el.'tlliini a I (ililty F\-lcu-
li,- 4. ltiill'ttel e to hli d until Itl .t *bl.t 't"-1
-ior- -h ll ,h I I let-le t in 1 1 '.
SA li" pretcinctI am' atid -i all i. it ll il+ tII
the following repreztllationi at laid I,;-
t i Conventon:11.
No. 1. Nix*
Nio. -'. l upfri:ai-
Ne.. ,. M illvi. \\ I
No. 4. F-rry I -
Noe..'. 1' H ri+'s'
No. P. 'sow-lton
No. 7, I'ine' Fain rit
No. l. r*aIitl rt-E
N,.'. I'.lut* Spritn -
No.0. l l. W alt. iltiu&' 1
No. 1;, II. W lnut Hi ll
N i. I1.. iait t'el-it I

1o. M. c I t.-ii lo.ia I
10. I'l. O nIH-V'llh' l
%1. 17. lBrim t'- .
No. Il. M lla i d'
No'. it, oolin l
N .. l. e l nt'l i 'it lli
th'o, r (i% .l;i.1 f Uit.- lt't I i i i Pe t)4\ vs .il', r (i 44i,(
-t '- f ort i ii41119 rite;.'to\ ett .i*tti- f1n i r
ot e ahprli a ily tn.t 1 it1 o f lI tt I l *'til itil-
for tli-e h rieet otf t- oitll tr- ttllt '-tilo nil-
4lt(for l a Houi- of Reprts*eQiaitlv . l
h,' u.ii'lu-. tl o 1 in linin l ini a <'tcln i d'l 0- 'or
'I ,. ilT. I t titIl uli il f or >e'l fk ,r t'ift il
S 0 1 I atll l I t'll it ln 1t ofl I it\ C'rll i it l r. h cl:tI -
,.iani. foor 1;t'l f i --<, i~or. arit aiihit f,-r

di t'-. odi "t i- I- flu-.k .li494 rini- ikil i -iuIt a
cnniddmif folr Ju ltieof F t< av ail<; it 1-
t lal- (or coni. ll- trict. i icanilatel f,,r
.lus It .eI o( 'Peace for )'ifth : l lli toi '-an-
didat--- for three tuI ml-eru.#ofA outi ty sct 'l ,
tioh rd. i prim ary e+etlttioh of tlie lI.lino-
critei \o'!-.oi it. f t. ai.liK ciounly hiI. l; he-
Inolih t>.-tw, iil i h. hl- t ir of .,; I. a 1. w and
6.4.,p. it. 01i l'u-Iday. he I t l h'l tllny o pA i Il.
rIl'". l foi tl purfJ;- of oerirtillk. said
,I. -n.i.i th It f oi t in In-pectio tirlt c .-rk.
ti 'lt e;i IUi t . I -- Ihert' l -llr-cte', i l: lt i-
W It B ell. ll;isp''t. l<'t ; Ari l.. HA I.ltn.
frol il 'i N.t -. A hi t ra\ J.lH m: r t r l.m :,iq -.-it,:i; 1. ,i '**. lit.
l i. k.
'l. it'llK'i *.. : -- '.-,tli( .*k . ." ; F' ill-
liia in ', lo!:n tft*l. il}"i,'tor- I i. L ,*, I llt ,.
l.-r1k.
Precinct No. 4- W l.. I1 -. W I N ,.-
h; 1-. ( 1'. tlo :zah /. i. ct > r ; W A, 1il-
I't l. l N. > ( i >. I. i-, k :; P I -
a t A 1I :- I -: 1, -:- W .- .'
tit.- : I r
1',ii l -" No I .-'.l".. ::: \ I M >'-
Sn..v \ i lir -,n. .n p' 'i *,. :I li-
4niii '9,". clI-rk.
i t isi, l N ,. 7- H A aid .'. K. r- ...k,. .
.I a. lt-Ill in, hallr i '. .\ . *t',# t-r



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i. r.iiy No. --I l a r it l. \ I 'l o -
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r lisrni N". d -li .I I o trI l. in .e c -a t.
i 'i Id. t uig l.\. ;i ttp, 't ir-; t. t al .at -.
tii.olk .
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1t'l nr i ,11 H all. ll' te';o t : ,.1 .pi Ak'tl





I.'<,t-iir ct N oh. 1-'- ',A iF.- I .' 1 lth 'e i -.,.A
\a ill tili' t u-i'n.;t'. t, l .. i le et i u -. ., ,ai ,
,t. Ht. t. Mltuvit l. ll-pnctol-. .. M i iii.
I rw'r l, ct N'r. I1- lnl ihon. y 1l;,, ril. +.\ l l-
vI l <. I .Filli .iiM, [; lp C ti .oto .
Hill in.ilk. '" M io^ !o i. 11..00 to:o, -;: .1. l.
h lin n .:_. c>!lri.
a% I AI.ct N ... i' I; HL l..':-.
ii. i ilt I t>.i i k .
'rr-ciliet No. !7--4. <,. ( : p' \\r \.
K > 'e ..nr iat i t\. clerk .
'ril- iitl 1,, I -L.. Hr-wtop. I. F. 1 .-
l'n ,l M i Ihal 'v tlt. I o* ,ct>io .i.i .1.
1h,, itli't t'lrls i .
I' .*cini ; L *..- !.t .t *I' il r. \ 1\ %1 :1-
. r. 1 i 1-i i. 11. :li. n (.*'' r- ; t-'. V .' **,'....
tr 't ', ltt \o -,-- H \ *.1 ,. '.i,' 1!,'
I'titl I lo n \1' .1 .11' M i't':] + .'[' :o.-.
I 1 ;. -! I:i t '* i I .
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\n +. h | 3- h \'; \ -- .o >* s
1 .' 1 :I ll liH ( o 1 0 1 1 r r

h1| 1 !I- I hI'- hialt V A H I 1. m **lli, t i i nr l- lig t nlv t;iil' f,>l '
\iiir iinndlr th! ie o' rl* ln i Ir .-e ;tih ul ir .
ih, ir poll la\+- '<,r th o r ur;ir~ r.i* dl ., 'l
uill relco wil i r durnl l it nia-l\ tIh ml l.)po
-said ini no- io* i t h r h ull h) r *-Iilil-d pihin ar;


t .','. ald thiI h-OnnlliterP .all n er at th,



will !fmvf thicn a ~d tllite thi> r'l urlil! uf 881d


eit-etwon.
I hoe n t'loht h to h ul-id sliill he print-d onl
nililn iwilt- pap-r', ahd shall hate no Qa--
tilt uittibht inat k -.


'Chini f inow.


for them.

Smoke DURHAM Ci-

gars at D'Alemberte's.

POLITICAL__ANNOUINCEMENT~S.

F'or Iteprepapntative.
I lwroliv aitw ]u lnev y#I '4lf a, t a I 'didn
for (?i~9 1:tl I' f E"1- 11.if ht ou lit y
lioridi. liti th. ;'4l.ttzll'toe. bUl J. CtLOtiPlt'i
de.'ucl~z it c I vltij Iios.

Ftor Iteprei -vat ative.
I herchyvan iouvC ivem.i'if i-a aca ndidatt
for K*-preb"' Itilstiveof iA.l trn oam i County i t,~
the lwwiiilat urp. but'jvCL Lto i1110 I liIliC ititlic


For blieriflf
I hereby announce myself ila- a Rcaitnidati
for heriff of eicanhlit Counity. and re-
spectIully a-k the support of miy f' lirnid
and voters of the county. If P'!ected I %ill
di ch Ia ge thedtli t softsaid oflce. .iliciintly',
fail. 1 inid impartially.
W.H.-H1 I' Tc'IiNI" N._
For Sl*liff.
I hierehy announce invit-lf a- a Inti da(1.>te-
fir r,-etl-ction to the ioffite oi f hfl'ritT of it E -
ernlltai county. Florida. and >li>cit their utf-
f.ages and interest of all my f: ie-ild-.
(jEOt4.K E. .-MI1TH.
For sheriff.
I h,'ereby announce myself a candidate foi
sheriff of Eschliuia county at the ensuitin
election. J.C. VANPEt.-T.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hl-r-'y announce myself as a candidate
for r.-klect ion a& clerk of tht. circuit court
(of Est.anilta county at the en.uing election
aiju a.k thie support of the voters
A. M. MCMILT.AN.
For Circuit Clerk.
I announce my eandldacy for Clerk of tin
Circuit Court of Eseainbia county. sutje-ct
to t hli actio of the elitilingi Iti.lloviatic
priilarie i. E. LH I 'A I I I.I..
For circuit t ('l rk.
To the Voters of E-cambnhia county:
I hereby aliiouince myself a cma.didate for
thi otlie.r of clerk of the circuit tciurt of
I- tiunbia b county l Hit(d will ti e pl'l-ted tVi
tiive tie support of liy friends antd tile
voter l *nertnlly. .oi!IN I 1.4 RI'VA.
**for Tax Coll-.tor.
I h-reihv announce iny1elf n;, a -.nidiulate-
for re-ele*ctionw a Tax 'Co ]I-.- r io( l 'E i tlia -
iBa countyiy. and ia k tli-e tilt)i it of I1.i
frieltds aidl votU-rs gonerita v
A. H. I'ALKM i;'-.RT:.
IF itr Tax Cilelict-r.
Thn many friends of. tudtre I'. H. l'tonifa
havi ng hlbtitlevd hisi coniell t -i-1'by li)-
no)iin h i mIl at a filnind lid te f,>r Tnx 'till, <'toI
!if K..'int'ha 'county at tilt eel- tng *'! rtion-i
1,ANY \ i' r )].`'
For Tax A i.,eni-*r.
I lr.erhly a orinluifice nitDe -lf :i- t i'dPiltp int
?in T', A- A et" lr of '*-.'nllifi,'t 'otnt) b-ll -
t,'*r J m'ni r< :ti i )i llan-
r,,". I l '>lv ,It,,: l of th* Intax itye l, I, % : 1 I : I l t) It *`ivt ry detail a- I d d h ii, i I i.-id
t In- tiftive b 'fore.

U'-mr C itaie) 1i s.91tire
1 nihli iuIrn' iy**Ilf iy t a rntitl l'd fii
I litl1h1" 1 w1 il-ll vt I "| fIt,-f Ilt nl, 1h' l' flit
i i 9 I11 (ill if t h' d.'llloel in rIl lirllkit9.. t lid
l-. tilt -li1llllpori o I ll%. fll mlil'-.
Wl! I.t l i' F. \N'i I;:-.N.
F'or (Cflouniv Treasitm r.
I h,'-let' annoillliC' ln lf H- ;> 'r "r fmr I '!i;:llli lon I> ai tr'en orl'-' f ilf |;-,' it iilei
tliilinty. t .i|f t to a a ta d losl nl t I tll-illlli.'
iltJ ino>i1ll -h" pflUlln ry t*lf>t oll 1 1.1 rt *;i-c(-
lt 1\i -ilitit ll '- Uppl'o t iof tih otel- If thi
C ntli' *, l>'flditleI uli-,If lir Ith llil in r- te l
tli Fll i :ndt'flfin | irfI ualTlir< ol df v tlinh t I
lh*liull *"i i t1 lof r klr'. J. l R f'i.\ 1 I F.
For .1i1hi'ip of' tIhne l'1a<1'e.
I li.t li nlnnol nni', ly i'e ndiiti'' f-l' i.-
..Iv r: .i !i .. tI ollf ''i of .11-: :.; or h i l i
forI thn IS'illdl I et1 ilt;. -u' j.te"' to I lt. it'
'tol of I t n' 1i0 llllm at ing p.InI, >ll iI -.
I'ol KIN .1"- I-- .
I'or .Ilstolee iIt itih '* Pac.

, tt.,, .1 --,, t9 41 i-it l4'4 l t<
T. Tit eti I r tf o 11. ii i
Irirt, 1ii'll'lt t l. t it, Il nh ir il ] I I 'll;: ', I -
SJA i U 1 A- . '. I I
For l9iim *-. iilerit i, tlvt.

i.1 lC i rlH'.' i >.u .> f .e **i 1 ) *ii.-t I
hl :t 'tlti t nelt" ',il1 f.1 l ... .. -q,
lii m i~ Ill h" .119)1. ... ta tlo* I b.'h :1' 1"19, "
'.. T I' ', ;e i : I 1 -: ** if I l "r |l.+i 'l t t?'I C .I; .'
.1- or 3I M. l ta \l i I
l'.d r mnto I h su|n rluett of f d
I tiw o.- 1 ided t I<'" n ytii 11- tthl- :n'.d I .
i r la':ien 'r1 (of f t 'l hlo ill [1'Irld;tr ( E li -
I'-. t!:li.h t I iI -% t o il i kt lhe Mif th 1 i- in l.
fl I-1li I a :,t i \ l.0 '1 4 l :i. l'M ',\ ,
l .T. 1 .I
1-4 r Sup l Il t-nil nit I I'uililt Ii-

,il i. ll. s
, t 1 :0i Y.tl i i l e l *;llt '
* he i to .* i lo M .it II T'y **ip i if ; l-
! Hiil l, | lha v' .eei '. e-'lo N l vc i l'n
i, t. -.-, t, hliv>\' ;'uIiI ta of Ill" fl iH.l(r.

fill t It I nir irn .' r *mIltli. N II 'i.lk
.'mer M 11110i01.' <-4 h#o il 0 lit 4 .
B 'yy ti- requeii -t ,r friei(t- 1 hr '* l"y nr;h-
,1 Xlh ..+ t;iv cr:< 'd' wt 4iit>:'t I'.> lilv clhioo; B io.rd fur N orii'.+i
I'tildl di-ll1I l 1t.ll;leet'l o toll a t' i o
ithl tvc nof erot ict r prt i lm ry.
2a 4'. .ee r.





Th r ed.d. of .l-,an. W I Bard.
IFor .1-Iil r .r 'hoxbl pliai1l.
Yielding f n th. r f '.I.nt rPu|Ut-t of friends
I htv deeCli-d to mmmi h-wTi A canlhidni.



The fi lIVd nf M .1. IW T iwA hD -f Wal.




Th," ,.nndtda;+y of W'il'iani W4. |Rlchnrd i.


SuitQ for the I ii tle fellowwQ. with
Double HIii-atPel FaiR tev \ the tl
cutp-it th ug- that ever ha ppened. at
W 1)i t e'


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the -,n.i.
ture of Clhas. H. Fletcher, and has been made iuniler hI,
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no min,.
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitati- ons ;.l
Jutst-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children-Experience against, Experinent.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
SBears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tm. C .NT aun CePa" TV 7 M? V SThlT. nlw YeVo CVYr




Chas. 1-". Turner,


*.ARCHITECT*


--AND--)-


Jf 11'10diClIpt)hP t 11-1 ill a
~ lerte-C: ty '.It drlia Itg-' ieat
-pe-'d% -Ct' .Po 'i (tiC" HI.-an
I h li-j-P. 'Y. u w;Intit-the e-t. LOt
iis fill your 1.1,f-Crijltlml. midt upl
..l11 i- "P I e -wr i tl.4i IDr1u'L'vi-'t," NTS.



l;*cult 4te)UILot l-viuiii'ita co 11t ly In
aII v i! e I V.
on ifge. I 011 iplth nant.

M al.I .'in III% an d M u la nd I

Josep,'fh Plitett't t Amteleiat
1'actitti. HR],hit id I'cet ti
aud lid It lit)4k, le
To the d-fendtii t. Viill :9111Cook.,oriE Lo
lwir'. at lam:-Y .-it Iivroby reijuire'd [Ai
appear to the bill W of (Otljatii t itedin tbk-
CuKt.Lie.- ll Monday, Itli daY of .1 title, A. 10.
11'.9.010"t-iigtile llr~t Momplit inl %aid Wontli.
and n1 1 lt ,(ilyinll ii= emirf. iir i tli-croe* t~ur
o9 fe- ) Awilili1w i-lit vr.-' Iagail ut thit--aid
'i'. m 0int i,'k illit[- !tiesad rcftu-'. 'Illi od.-,.

N I, 11 LIiNACola. Fleir:'Ri.
%4 ne', 111%-11111141atlil svitI of edhce Ilit-


A M. MCMi1.I.A 1 .
i N rk ('Cir ill t o'.rt.
bv H. II. K i ls,.
l f ll;\-! ** 1 w
h in.', Vn i I' I.


-I 1 .


It I"4*119 II9CAIli !'t'.4Lo-E. vat171 I'ml ICIoAtcr A toAtr
Wit -I'--I!*11, li ltP 4 -v i' piii- efT i *. ii H .

11)I n If %i ll -.11 al puipr .11t 9 919.1li" fit if
!44 I i. ,It AlfIli--




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I ivoi, iAyr
1o, itV il il v A I N1 ;*: it N itl c
CI).- i op-. N ,V (ofTi .!9-It i I.it. ";- Ht .
t491.-i 1 ),:, I r 1eP -1 0 -r12ool .I ub, Is 1 4'.'.I
r.v qIiItth iNi-v v a'V14. i 'fI I- riti o, I: o-A IQe
'1:e 9 1 V 1 ;1..* 11;-v .9' I4 !of

Pt 9.:11 'W.4. :14(14 1. it:'- i

t A c/' 4 .1 1 1A A.
4i1 A I i


iHr


General Contractor.


liuildl i:e ,I ; iril'i .". M anti l anI I : t, S,,ttit '. l il tntll; .. u' n' \\
atdI t.- *'FitlI!;z.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
^ \rA i.' -ii D icen T-ttiitnate". Plant- iind Spii(-'iiciti :- '
inug of .Al\ 1 skii l., Preparted on S'hort Notie-.
] '.% L :rir andtul Carefully SI l c.I 1 Stork of FVi,) 11ii'. i- ,
T iling of A.ll K li is. l( th Tuib-., t'l,- i.t:< I[ o,,|l-.o ,l .\ pli i, -
Hot W\atr ;andiii (O. Fixture-.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE-





Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
P It s ES )EN T.
T. E. WIMLES,
VICL-PRFSIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIIFFR.
R. M. BUSHNELL,.


DIRECTORS:
E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Satinder- & Co.
J. WHITMIRE, JOIIl' F. PFEIFFER.
L. HILrON GREEN.


RIX M. ROBINI'"i\


MORRIS BE:A.~


A General Banking Business Transacted.


Ve~eh' &e~?ltfi-m:.dIel on Favorable T rr-i. Y;*
17banem Boulgt and Sold, Co~ll~~yi

'r~omMpv attended To.


-Q.I TNTS


SOLICiTEPD .


The Star Laundry,


TIH PMI ER1 HLAIY OF E1T 8fORiA,


Our Address


IIwaiV., I-ked f~pr is-r
1.-.- b.'anty cif tU.- Ii ti-!. I





i- i"o r Ii5-t r#'.t flfl:'to .4 I


t l a II, i,, !


SALL WORK Co. D.
.i S1tLEPHONE 114. 27 E. GARDEN 83
I li)I) A ('A <'AJ,aD FOR AND DELIVERED FREY."W
WALKER INGRAJTAM. Manager.


Place For Pensacoja
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-I


The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--OF--


IENTZ & GO.,

S-120-122-0


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
S-----DZALZ.X1N 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
t03 ANI 60 a. PALA'OX STREET.
. .- -- -..-----'mr-crl,,- -

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. BOEBLINO'S W 0 (U "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSKIL &A ON'S PUMP'".
him Cirdiag, Plsts., ils, lutical 11atr tgi, 1a1rts, illrs, ItPllt
COM~PAqq. LOGan. S C,
C McKenzie( Oertlng <('.dl' ctin4 A enot for Bar Pilot*' B r-,v '
ciation.


TV TPo ORWP, W ipW offffMUif


P.. NSAC''LA. FL.A


PARKER'
HAIR BALSAM I
wMo a. _l a -mws urtw. I


'. I 1i'rHI


R:


w.atell".; all(
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIRDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7 1900


A WHOLE VILLAGE

Attacked by Grip-One Family Es
capes by Using; Pe-ru-na.


NV % '-z ~F rK CO, IN V.
T'ii :C :.rIa n (I M Vft. n;-
I'. -. *i~* I.'-f wivth la -,ripp;
'i'-It--i.' wa.; v -rovar.-3Int at t'ha!
:!1' :?nn nI I :W 'Vn,"IaZ- V ~;heire I ~--'
Ti r w-.i -l'a .*i:i-5 t I t 11 i t


L'JiL JIKFI-)J 0N% .,r %" z ii'-t''c Jnin the t -, .at-
I ~- ti ~t t i." A - [Iia- Inlv a m : ily wb'lrb

.*':',-' .-:: .f "-r'-ian rd we
':1 (,,i-k ita-'--'t.'.i: I-'the dire'ttionqo
''nnth -*I llil ar-1 though our

- - '~.t,,I tie-o. t ,,, \ c-I *.li-r '-t-,% rv
*........- ;r~b alb '.- w t\ r,- a~i iw- :! I ll-h-l


-' -- n~ : '

-in, :'. -
'in'; 'I' in
~'- '-' 'tin'
:r.
1' -


1.%-,iJ it k .j %4I ,P11,n14
Ini f .ti-r(Ider 4of t i:'-
'C8 Kill-IV CLue
.1rv it t'--dlv if v.ini ar#-
.P"I.W. A. 6'Alezi-

In -io-v-t Ibtl..V-tvors. Ibocmwii.
--F it .I iiiatatit .i-an- usn maid

t .'- -11i10t1- tliiv .'io u d buy

a i. wcrtri w titii-'4orIl. m i
I .life-%a t. I visq-ItIiv.

'ii". atwc partY (of I h- ot-t'e -itFlor-
.-HIa -tat -n%..flttItno:n, at .laeks'n-
r~.-.1S .iu t its-n. at 1 noon f~ortC i'-
"o-vin iacmt-- itn -lr*--~ntt he sta!-
-1 at Karn-te tairw. M.-_ hil% I.imac t(,
....j-Ju wt ..-.f ti.-- a-Asonv. i it
-.iar% lot i--'at-. At'ri'-. ieai
et rc 'm iI ii...-- iwisi 4-r f Agri-
t.'ur 9ar fo ir i1t. -. .- n- t nil Fl-0-c
A i ..! ~ c i-nIA--KaI') it...-dfoir Ott
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ti. ei& -but itinanli.-r II-Vt..t. -. i It
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t Ai.wrtt are
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at'' t "'.1 4A b'*.tIc-. ith aii.E otf
,atIcSNi.er.taru .,t*IV .gu,,flhi C.. .,1111-
W.A R A U IS.
b I Chairman.

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D'r. Fai, on ILi gripp'.. .%!2.-s.i,
t~tfl. t.i% id- al It!Wiii )n an i fi~~.. ii
r-rt-tia 1-a~lin: AJpor4. DIr.


\vu-ap:2t lDve-i .teAc,"For 11r.%an.
N, -v Y,.1-n A,6n1 6.-B..11'. S11 11--V.

rii- :0,*i~. -'xf 1' 'rA-riv ,- re-rv of tip-


ui:ti'v for !.-bI-l -:tl that th. d I.~-.
'sat. i!1, lb for Williana.J. lgrvau

Ns Y -vi*'. A-n-.1 #;. Th,- s.Wi-ul-.'
m~iru v ha,.1-1.1 11 itill-I I~v SanntlW.i
Ii -a.Pin-nt, oRi. &;i l:0, #r 1tua4Ier, Lhitt
P-u.-rt *[i Ri i L~ilpw w.r u n'.:-hav.. d.-rid,1,-


illie1l It Street I'i lit.
; :'i ,i"-\. WV V... .April #;.-lIn a
.r t it hlrrt' t,,lav Shilly tk artz was
-hb .s : iu tanTly kill-. in a quarrvl
,\ h 1.-, 1t ..-rr hlay. A gr,'vt
r~\ It i a r -t l a'ii Intul \ li,- with lili-
lt ', irf','\', ti titir r -I" tl ,l l-h,(..
Kilh'.l ,y a Negro).
SI SK-. C., Aipril f; -N.-ws lhas
n'a' hl-ii hert- that aiil n 'ri latiiedl laip.
t'-l Siinnimo-s ithot titid killed a white
f.-nintr, Joit itt-askiini-. niar her.-
W\Vhn you want soinmethtin, toi hal
i horn. or a iore. or a cut, why n ot
try Banner Salve which isiguaratnte-d
t he moit healing ointm' nt in the
w,orl,,. Taike ino substitute. W. A.
I t TAl idbertAe.


ewsthe AiTh8Kitil YOlTUAIW!wS e0
'ina


Nobby children's fancy .-ui'- for
S* arly priug. at \Vhit-'s.

M EMPLOYMENT O(fl'FICI.


Ring up 3W2 or call at the office,
11 North Paafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Curpenter'*
and Joi.ers' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n26tf

Iron bedsteads are cool,
comfortable and, durable-
just what you need for
summer use. Call at Mars-
fon 4 Finch's and select
one.


MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
Voice 4 ulture. Violin and Piano, Leipsig
-Pytem ;also Guitar. Banjoand Mandolin.


%ND TIN BlE- 1AND)S
FOR SALE.
lioars Pheed at Reasorable Rates


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"'CJU~Trade


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H DURMAM cigars have -edi"c* oc*ety. Aler *l ln
Sbeen tied and fire test- There will be a regular meeting of
byeen tiedandireiB the Pensaccla Medical Socieety at 9
ad. D'Alemberte sells 'theBoard of Health oie a t

GENETAL INSURANCE. 'clock p.m.Tu"ay. AprilU10nd 24,
thE m.Vi'itiug physicians are cordlallJ
.. .... ... . in. i vited to attend l.."
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
-I- T 1--31.. President. PImfalwt Street.


Real Estate Agents,


Inatlgestisiiu


F. F. Bx-c-:, MT. *..
r4 e~crotary.


ANNISTON COTTON MILLS.
~~~~le 140 1'.:- 1eat14411Ilsit at an
S-arl'. Dall'.
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Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

X. F. GONZaIEZ & CO., Preps,
anufactur-rs
CHOICE M A.1L ANI 1'4- I-. (lGUrOU
STOCK iJ,;.l
Patroniz-e Hom, Industry. for there IS
every rv-son vou should buy y,,ur Mel am
stoc-k 7t.e*d from the1 HoI.- Manufaetsrew
Ifor by to doing yonU tin-(,'a, home Ind us-
try. Your money is left In the roimmnumiY
antd you Iin turn are indirectly beneget.
In fosterlng the home manufacturer you
contribute to the causeof labor. You owe
it to the community in wbich you live ai
which contributes to your support.

PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

Dr. Mlareellus 5TleCreary,


SPhysici ani Snrg on.
Ihflt'i'n bt' H',tel gialni'in,
')II, ee,1 I'. tAlinterte Hu:..bl g J. 8 oOtIh
iilaftox l*trfr t. iIi'htf bT .

SDa. Wx. C. DwBmBAY.

OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Drug 8tow.
IRSIDWPO-4AQ9 JAs o0 8Stm
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Wm. P. Marean, I. D.,

Hlome1oatic PkySici i and 8irlM,
Late of Ocala. Ia..
Offers his professional services 'o .he *eJ*
sena of Pensacola.
Espeial attention given 0 StO tratmw e
of Chronic laseslae and DieeasM of
Women and Childrto.
Thirty Years Practice in the L outb.
Office Hours:-v a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 4 p. .
Residence Phone No. 1.
IraemtB-lount Bllding-RB.sn S

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
MInis Temple. MoPkM


GRIND E[ASIIR BILL!
To be givenn By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of N..
( dd Fellows Hall. Warrington,


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Transportation on Dummy.


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LEADING F&IR. LIFE. MARINE,
AOCTCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
S'URANCE COMPANIES. . .....

Ucmeail Alents of tie Equitab

Life Asliralne Society of t1e

gnit SlStates,


Oi t .rZ.oA n:rYW: r, IC .eases. Guaranteed to cure


See- the nobby etl-ct- in M(.'n '.
ho-s, at VWhite's.


OPERA HOUSE.

ONE SOLID WEEK!


PHIL AND NET TI5


(;uoils and Milllicry.


'iWt'd ('v, (i~evnnt ?S. ie-t.
Foit ndries ((n d .Ia ch iii isf .
C. 'M. SWFKK-NY. 1W .1. C(Ns~.4\
coi-: l 1 X' VI: F4 PUNIIPt Y & 31.14 'l1-Nf
Cf tL'AN Y.

Gclv. r ii Bl:,cksmiths, MAehuwi-'rz-'
iY ,i Set !Iron Wtork-rs., toprlt raMitnh!
Work, 1hnib 3D.! StI ai-hip Work a
>I eci ~a t V.
Fittiasrq for S egin. Wt-r nid ;Gas.
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Ico millI C'ol(1StoraFe


IIIl -TL RA IFIF, ON I(Ii -" P '1ix'-


!-lez I Ine --'# and

THI I :tA. W. A1bl v miLIAM) CuLl'


to pfruwtuce aT remeay equal
to the Matchless .Mineral
Water for the cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
allforms of Stomach, Bow-

el Troubles and Skin Dis-


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or ione ey rei UuLtCuL. LU' FRK STEAM DIVISION
only J cents a day to use it. PKN.Ls )LA EL -TIC TERMLNAI
RAILWAY COMPANY .
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Pricesl10, 20 and 30c.


MONI)DAY NIGHT,


Fighting foF a Fortune.

('HAN(.E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.

Ladiv- free Monday niiht it accompanied
by a perrolL holding a paid 80-cernt ticket,
it reserved before'*i p. m. Monday.


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fro


!'ie dollar boutte last tiveit- Tratlsln. -'nv-Pon-acolm for the LIttlt
Hay.)u. '-'aiujttto H..ach. Warringtun, Nav)
jw ii,, 'Yar': anid Fortr. rrt,-eas at
days. 8:3(; it arrive at Fort kinrrauciis 7:15s.rn
l)Ja.uz. -u-mn-sat Fort ParmnreLan 10.45A.11)
For -sale by all dru_,d'ists: '*0' nt' ;I!. a.tt Fort, Barrarems 1i04t)
!-- -,.% 3:Wp. ft. mar:'v- at ortt iurrncitneu 6:-)p mi
780 il T. Giie'en ACo. 3 6:1,. p. arrive at i-orL l'arrauea: 7: 10p in
P. .n larve atFon t arrancas 4:4i penm
P aliat ox Street. C01a .' t,
731 -ni. rv-rivp at rPc'b'aco!a ....9 ,A
OR ADp. i rrnvStat l'enm'olm .....2:45i p. M
~. inn turvoa''-nt 7: l.n'Li 15b p in
i4X4pM. Arin. ary, aPionicola .....7:45P iM
'5:44Vp.1-n.Larriveat Penefuol a ......V:SJ p.r,

Gree~nville. Ala. -9-1 'tAY s&umLDrLa.
pe-.AocoA. Lv For. marranoass
Irebfiiiiuiii l r.azi Jiidi~te Gaih1D, m.L".10. M
ha 'i. It M,
(4 HKR VI .I~n.P A Ala.. A n p .i :P,.m
Strike great pli-asure in ci-rtifi in': ;o [it-, 0 S. in.
rity Band the merit, of Wilkin-wti'-, M ltcin- P. I P. M.
is %liaeral Water. This natural mineral 4 P.flr SOp M.
nk, to my nersoinal knowle-dgo. is taken 5 p. t6 p.m.
)Inn a well I gree miles Past of G(env-sivlle. 6 P.iM. 7P.-in.


in the exuct condition in which it i-5 sold. I PARE Pt WYONWZ DATY.
have seen this water used. with wonderful Pen acola to Fort Bd'rrancaa&nd retOrn
success, for dyspepsia. indigestionn. orte Penscoola to Navy YarC sad return ......
eyes and for eruptive diseases. sores and Penaaoola to Palmetto Beach andreturn
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles. I do not b-lieve itos FA roS ORSUNDAY
equal exists. It is highly recommended by feaaola to 3rt Bwrrano Navy
physicians for a number of diseases. Isrd and return............................
ZJoLL(AsoZOW Peasseola to Paluetto Beaoh and
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County. retur
Alabama.


Pensacola Business Index.


China and Glassware.
S .1 ISAACS,


Job Printers.

I TIV 14 WH IiTE


Au. ateware, Tinware and CrocKerv. ",., o M ,
1 south P tret. (J. S. Rob- Commercial Printer. laler and Binder.
erts' 4'iId SN-nd
Carpenters' Toolk and Shelf Ilirdware No. 2111. South l'alafox Street.
a st e(ialty.


Commission 'iMerchan ts.


FrlE .JACOBY ,,OCFlIY


Good Work at Fair Prichs.

Laundries.


AND COMMISSION CO ,
Ilandlers of We,-'ern anti 'ountr STAll LAUNDRY CO.
Protllict of all Kinds. Every Class of Laundrv Work Done
G; *nc-ries and Feed Stuff. with Neatness and Despatch.


("b'ff~ee 1)aters n4 td (rititler- awlbiTea
Blendlers.
Ilzcf ri~,-r:ittc'r service. Conqignmentm


('ar Al, lQ' an utfactu iex

.1. M. HO WEL-L.


WALKKn IN;tRAIAst. Proprietor.
:7 East ( arden Street.
Phone. 114.

Mimic Houses.


Est ablished I -'.4.) )
Manufarlturer ot Fitre (:iar i:,c-. Ti:- MUSiC House,
tiNpairin-tt in :t,I its ranches Pruomptly The LAading Music House in Florida
Attended to. and Alabama.
lorse Shot ing, a Specialty. 1",.. pioneerr rusic house has est.ah-
1i-' East -ardein Stre..t. lisherl a reputation for fair dealing and
low p-ces. Manufacturers agents for
.1 M IilLLIAltD & CU., the Cel-unrated Kranich & Bach piano,
Sl'stah!ished l-7 also Chickering, Weber, Krell, l.enter,
Smith & Barnes, Willard and Royal
M:tnufacturers and Dealers in Carri'.es, Pianos. Thesa pianos are direct from
BEngi-, \a:tgns and IDrays. the factory, and are not shipped over
Repairtg A.ttended to Promptly. the country from one
Ph ne 124 3n l:Eit Garden S'r.et. BRANCH HOUSE rTO ANOTHER.
Yun can alwav be sure that the piano(
Furniture. you get from (I.UTTER is new. We
keep all pianos sold by us in tune for
t A. IPRYI)R'S two years free of charge. Terms ou new
BARGAIN Fl lNITU'I" E HOUISE, pianos from $ per month up.
eap-.ler in a (:;nneral Line. of Furniture, 112 and 114 South Palafox Street.


Wh-.le-ale and Retail.
4o, 42 sndU 4 South I'alrf.ix S rept.
I.argest l-'inmtst and B'est A-sorted *"'Ip-
tL'-i)Ate" Furciture S-ock in
tho City.
Terinw-Eihcr Cash or Inmtail.nint Plan.


.Marble and Granite Works.

PENSACOLA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
(WILLS & BROITGHTON, Props.)


Mle
als


No freghbt received after 8:1& p. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF rxein&AS.
Penwaola Alndge. No. 3. K. of P,
meets every Monday even-
ing at *1 at Castle Hall.
f in Hutchinson hall. Wtit
Int-ndencia street.
visitingg brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. JV-D&'VlI Kx,
H. HORSnICK. C. C.
K. R. & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
Metq firat anI third Friday night In
each month. Visiting sovereigna cordi.
ally invlti. W. W. WATMhoN,
H. It. TH A M S, Clerk. C. C.


Cold Weather

Coming. lond In ye
orders and letus ill your bin before $
coldsnap arrives. We will send yoe S
* best coal you can procure for either beklag
or heating purposes at reasonable priew.


Dealers In


Tel o Offce and Yard: B. E. Corner Zarrageou
Telephone No. 147. and RallroadM Streets.


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The Mo-t Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal, Served Dally,
and Short Orders Served at all hliur.,. Special Weekly Rates.


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F I-_,ur q..,I
lDesignus and E',irimaes 1'rnished on
Applicw'iou.
Work done on Short Nogun'c, SLtiifac-
No. 2 North PAAf)z and -, to lo; Fast
G trden St reet.-

Restauraid s-

N!CK'S hESiTA IliZA.NT
,'Nick Apl).)Stlt l:op.
MEALS AT ALLI.luDl IkS.
Fish ant Ii v)tlo-sa Speciailty.
Finext I1kters nrn the (iTN.-
Tlic Be-t tuA r ti~ t'ieMarket
.%ff!)rd 4.
I *"biflDIViy A lNiaht-
211 soiut'.i I' lafot. Street.-


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1 lSlil.I; lE.AI. l.--FATE \16l M 'Y.
I, Ilanhe \ .l-ot), M.1 uac r.
l-:i:t E-.tate. l;-cts at;' !. -ans.
S*;lic,- F sLer lBuilliug.
Sou'h: l'.i'~ffx -'rt- '.


THE DAILY NEWs.
An 'p-to-Date Evening PI.per.
Delivered by carrier r a: 1 .'*. a Wet-k.
THE WEEKLY NEWS,.
Published Every I-riday at -1 a Year.


R rlTE:-F-rom l1.0 to 1.:. petr Day. LODGING:
.1.5' anrid IS, .. South Palatfox Street. pen-,.ola.. Vilridal I 25 and 50c


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G. W. Arras.Prest. & Ge-n Manager.! Has a Large Circulation in
j Western Florida and Soutiern Ala-
Corner Wright and Ilayne Streets. bama.


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Do yvou heli'-v all vou re:1l in th!
pape-r-'.' x a2' .:i ration- a in :idvo rtis-
ing Iuin;y di tr, tl P t1--liu) ;dtt l i i.)t:
but w" .Tr" nft -*',kinii'. ;rs-irg at-
trLtio \W ,'re lo4 kinll for ptrma-r
tIlt ci tot.t prs. I \V ite''.

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

W1kIKLY UCHEDUL I


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RrPRtJ;SRET TWl.NTV-TW()OF0?Till -17 .. 7


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Ifair Goods and Millinery.1 Statuary Monuments. Vaults, Head-
tones, Vases, M-tal Wreaths. Trel-
MRS. SARIH I, BEIRNE, I lis Work, Settees, Cha!ir, Bouquet
H older, Cem -tery Copings.
Mann'acturer of and .Deal.r In Hair IrJn Fences and all k.nds of Cemetery


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.


-RKAT 0 IN FIS. DHOA 1 3O
n.k. oi' t~iauder & Co' a Of Publn School No. I For March.
I,. *. lU ng BlE Cargoee of Slpoiled MesPe aseIt. M aggle Bennett. Fannie
Merlin.Cele.se Boibe. opble Bowes., Minnie
t -h Burton, iPearl Campbell. Annie Chrteto-
IIl! -Llack- (*hag. Morraun phersen.(iilbert Cooalich. Carleton Cusb-
g iak ha. Mor man. Jima Darvl. Lo!a I)onald-on, Effle
Sif F .nder Cs u r Specia EaWstere thOffereridgeings
o .e. ""Inma E monde. Meagall Floris. Gertrude
v.d v.-trdav afternoon Friedman. Lucy Gerelds. NeIlle Godfrey. pe atr O f ri
S' " 'Violett" ( Gonzalez. Loulse (ould. Katie S e i a s e Of
-.. -;.oi;.d caroe-I of (iGr, sobrg. Louis Hannab. Esbther Hein-
iw-rg. liagmar Hlolmes. Lili'an Jacoby,
Ther-esa Jacobtv. Waiter Jiihnstou. Kathe g fllo n rd c rics
a di-c-haied her cargo Landrum, Katherine Laney.,Mabel. n. ot at the fol wing reduced prices-
Harry Lurton. Annie Petersen, VolDie\
Said tte Conte-t will Phillaip. Hattle Prilchett. Ada Ro'atco, -
ai t th*- wharf to-dav. i Eduim Hater. Katie tcarrett. Estella
1- .:v been out *YI days Mchwari., Eraestine Smith. Ieflle Smilth., Qcll PloT
.-... .ie Ldcy tock&d Mentoria Sahlett. Trabue y wGlo
*. l;a- been noI wind to bring muhlett. W le Ward, Fan Warren, tibyl
Wht. Rrtia Williams. Harry William- We direct attention to our line of Renals- Dents' $2.I) Gloves re tucd to $l *,.
,.t.!-t ten inile in one sonl.AllieWillis, Franklyn Zeek. Pae Lace Barb. tock dollars worded Blair 51.50 Colored Gloves .-educed to $1.2.
S-MIS'sPAI-LIt M PI'Li.REEs, Principal. ilemstitched Plaid Ties, with Fringed Ends.
-,iled three mile the AeXt D ouble-faced. Cord-edge Satin and Taffeta Try our Guarantee.d S1 (i Glove.
. zo, aa thc-te brinll *great Fringed End Ties, Tassel String Ties, Etc. We call especial attention to our Silk
,).-afthe e blnr ^ it Sir Thrmas Lipton Taffeta Gloves, an excellent Gove. for Sum-
Was, and I,. a typical Irishman and Paradsols.er
TIr PMlCcE Xl't:RT. a genulie sportsman. but he is also Hosiery an Unerwear,
a celebrated manufacturer of choice W,' hase- the Newest and Most Up-tpt-Date i
A llaece Arresied and Fined forr gastronomical dainties, and a noted Stock of Parasols ever Shown in this City. Ladieo' Hosiery, in plain, open work and
Cruelty to Aninil Iotionnoisseur and Im orter of fine teas, fancy efftets. from loc to s$..I.
.:, wer only four cae. before that have become famous through rllildren Hosiery from We ad to.- .c
that havnbecomoumca thrugh- Umbrellas.Give our :., Grade of Ladies' and (hil-
out the civilized world. Jacoby, the I dren's Holsiery a trial; they are the best
vyor thi- oiirning. of which well-known grocer, ha- just received I adie. Men's and Children's in all quali- value for the money to be found anywhere.
a tnl .. Ta,- lare igf o tiet. We have in stock a few left of our Ladiea' Vests, we have from 10c to $1.0u.
wa. contend. T tine- large consignment of ir Thomas well known Mercerized Umbrellas. an ex. Take a look at our il vest; also our 8ilk
,i,,.-d to .25-. celebrated teas. and cordially in- cdllent value. while they last at it.,>; also Li-le Veists.3ac value, for 2:,c. they cannot
'.i..d ,, t vites the lovers of good tea to visit a 'i-inch close Roll I'mbrella atli.'c. bebeat.
.. \all nmiil-, w.a'; arrested vyeter- He has also just received full lines
). O(ffler YnIl-tra while in of Bremuel'- celebrated Cakes. (Gra- BLOHCK GOODS.
act of cruelly beating hi11 heor.. ham Crackers. CheEss Biscuit. Oat- Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black Goods the
w:. ft ti.d *li thi- morning. meal (rackers, etc.: Dodson-Braun Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
'* ,r i ..--.cLt.are-dwith as-ault, Manufacturing Co'- famou" Jellies, shown in thia city, including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chine
S:.,J ,. .Jams, Picklel. etc : National Bis- Tamise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. Itn the Cotton, Wool, Silk and
v ~i' d -11,r 1 i ,,y. curi Co's Cheese btraws. Cracker Wool and all Silk. we strongly recommend this material for its lightness
Si dl-,rd-tly( <. ,1duct. Meal, etc.: Kennedy's Biscuits and and durability, and the proper fabric -or the present mode. We also have
S.W'afrrs;: Wurzen Biscuit Manufac- a Large Line of Staples and Faneios in Black Goods and at the Right
:tory's Vanilla Wafers lGerman,; Pr-ices.
TI. (,r Iratedl Sing. r. :Anzoer's German Golden Real Eggi
S i't..r- Mu-ic HoI=i la- fNudt-ln: Arcadia Packing C,-'. LINENS.
,. -iy lor 1h-e Wnder- Eva;.orate.i Apples, Peaches and uJt- i F'r ,ow wet k o nly to iintrioduet and bring Iwfore the public our Sto P'ii.,. '"They have ju t e or fruits. A small lot of th,.e fine of Datnmak. Towl',, Renai.isance. Dresser Scarfs. Sideboard Scarfs, Centre
S ,1 pinl-nt of the-. pianto- iv,.- in lI-cent bottles is still in stock. Piece- and Doylie~. we will otff-r a Special Discount of 10l".
tory, and are tt;he finl-t th little e (Giant C('off-e Itaat -r
., ;i- ,-..r Iui on the- inarket i- -till oln deck. running day ai.d
I.t,v will t)- -od :(t:it iiiglit at the rat-( of a mil, a nimim-. Ta T
t. I-,, f '.'"-i,,, to .;7.' 'ti. nfill .t-rntly 'r-i on'- R. HALLI)dA Y & C .,
.1 in d.,uIl- v,.n er,( f i for tl o e -. Tho-- wh.o lave
1: i .ll-im i not rendoutlv v|-i'.d .Jacoby e- rho.ld e; f 'l4'hone :! 33 and 35 Palafox Strre t.
S. '*1 fiv y-ar- anid are iot faul to .o tid i--pect ii enor- ------ --- -. -----
".I,,: .'rv be.-t mnat, ii i, -t,,. o, v'-i y:;;i < ili the
-hi. -, o ... .,04 prioduct- KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
ii I..l,,I -#I- theitll if y,,l i -idi'li.% .# 1 ili t r,.fui ioii ili evfry dol -
t .,. i ,iIL: ar, p; i,-i paOr tliit f -tbli-h!nt. i-W OLESALE ROCERS.--
.A. .-Itl,- I- the iiniti:iil "Ithiik I would go crazy with AN ENTIRELY FIREH AND) NEW STOCK OF FANCY
. a. w. il itk,- extra -It-ci:l pin w.,r i: rot f,r C'hambnbrlain' GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
S. i .t- t' the buyer- of thi- ain allilmi. wlite- Mr. W H. Sta-
.h, lpleton. H'-rininme. Pa. "'I have been Try Ouir oldcon Lloeceo Flour.
\l I I I i* s Mi -I, 1i.1I- aftlicted with rheu-ii.ati-in for everaIl Sale-roomns, 132-134 E. Government Street.
1: 2nlid 114 S. P..lalox St. year- and have tried reinedie- with- Warehouse, Cor. Tarragona and Church Streets.
Scout number, but Pain Balm is tlho
tbest medicine I have got hold of."' Telephone 151.
4/*, eapplicatioi relieves the pain.
Fo"r ale by Hannanti Bro-.. 'l S. Pal-
Safox street. I & I A


-i., Peppermin it Wa'fer- aid di- N l.bby ovy Kne. e antu. within ome Ir)terestIrq
:.. Ak your dealer for tthein. Double flrea-ted Ve-t-. at White's.
Capital of the Four Great Hanks of the

Eas*Bank of England, . . ..
Easter Monday Ball Bank of France, .


.- ~ l' -


-*#vRMORY H LL.
GrJL v Je^,JT B~Y TX3IN


Imperial BanK of Germany,


-I ures.

World.
$86,047,935
36,500,000
rA wln ^^^AAAA


0 0, 2 ,89 90


Bank of Russia, . . . . 25,714,920
Total, . . $176,822,855


Chipley Light Infantry' FR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES,. ECEMB. 189 l 14


T'I" C1. :. v. I nt I. a To ik. o- I t I iel iT S" ..- o- f y
I t :1*% 0 .-,*''! I glVeII :ve la d w ill |par-l, 110 *x; i~1-) :, ..; t llt.
.4Adliiioil. (Gentllieniii ;>Oc Liadie% Free.

"THE OID RELIABLE."

El. MIuiller,

Choice Family Groceries,i*

Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

S Co *- : l l l Zarrag >s i' ::eet-.
Co Palafcx an S Zarragnssa Street..


Ii: N -~ \ *( hj, \


.i ;.X *;.


Or $125,021,682 more than the
capital of these famous banks.


combined


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


O'NEW ARRIVALS!I
O UR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
" ;!J.///;/ Irh7'n<,'" famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our oHerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Sii CHi.u:,i AND
THtRI:.V I R\C -I.A^: Tll EUSIXES.S."


New
Arrivals!


LICES InD EMBROIiE Arr l New
ILNSO ilU [LIORUlUILno Arrivals!


mh-r Centre Tabl.- a; c-r-:aniiiig beneath a vroodly -hare of tl;:- Newest
T!ini;- in Lat'e- and Emnbroideries.
Swi-s Edgini and L I:.oertion, Hamburg Edging and Insertion,
Valencia I.ace and Insertions.
Machine Trchon Edging and Insertion,


(Gwrinan Torelioni Lrlgi ig,


Aplique Lace and Inuertion,


Point d(e Spreit. Oriental and Plat Val, Lace-.
.5) lReminauts H.tniburg Edging. six yard length-. worth 75c. to go at (0c.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
OneTot Child's Drawer-. henimni! and tucked, sizo-, I and 2, at...10uc pair
Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6. only.............. .... ..... ..... ....... ... ... 15c.pair
One Lot Child's Trinmmd Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Gownsi at Cost Mark.
4 )ne Lot Child'- Trimmed Skirts at Co-,t Mark.
On- Lot Misef-- Trimmed Gowns at Co-t Md ik.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed (Chemi;e. worth :.c for.................i*0c each
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 75c for.......4,c each
4 One Lot Odds and Ends-N
In Ladies' Skirtv' aid Gown- to Cloe Oat at Cost Mark 1'riee.

Investigate the Convertibfe Term Comn ects
-- I- 'm Til --
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHI. '": '". ..': -
U LM l.^ T^U l\J'

t' I. y


'lI' I fr% of I<, i.'\ mof T'! .1M4n1:'l l.if, li-lr:ir oL (' ,,|,l:mi,
N, L\ I ..rk. lV i.i.iurl AI. M .-('n rI Pl-iI n .r- Pro)\il.- :
iir-1 T he SEic (' l TY '' If ,tl..lt.,;;; <.t ;--.t-.
,..i.,l lii IlTAllll-: INVEST.MENT-
lMiri l.l1' .\l.. I AN. TO'( T IF: INSt'I EI>.
I'l.\ ,'i l t''rni r i ui-iir: n, ii l of I:i, -v'.

li l,,r:I I rrn iin icr \v:il t )ii>' iii i li'- r:i r >- in |,;t\ ini l' ,,1 ",t l'r i'illiln .
I ." r l ii :hIn r inhir,, iii:i nionIi :ll,! l.' "' ,
CECIL WILLCOX, General Agent,
JA'C KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PEWSACOLA. FLA-


THE


FDRBES


STORE.


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[ i A L T I;! -F E l: i:-: IN rSll: H IR\V I ATT'I'N< >i THi: S! "
L 1I ...r. \. ; .
I I I ty. .iH, \i.lN![|I If t ] 1 I I1 ,T il t 4)1 '[H v: M 'h *;
L1 The Celebrated "Trojan" Weist.t t '- ":' i n \' it
) ] ., ; i .r !..i ;;: \ "* :; ': < b.i :r--- rl'f .- : l. ,. 1.,,,o A l -7. > ;a ll :-' '" 4- ;

. FA Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.

4 iOur tEut ire lUe of ,i aild 60 Wiasts fr r 4.- EaEch.
' IT'HF.-

Just Received!
Linen (HemStitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
' a-.-.*Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.. -'-
( . agii 3


' .r J'


AT Tilt. flt.LMIL MAlkl.



m11 1 id t- i f Ii !st401 iiin# -. -


STILL I TH RACE.


I CAILIO TO Till; % O)TIII I- i:S-
C-%. AlC.I (01NTV.
.1 rumor is beii.! inr!us--
triously circulated that I
would withdraivw 'rom thie
race for the nomination/ lor
tlhe office of Clerk' of /lie
(ircuit Court. S uchi rImior
is absolutely false (and is
heing circulated for its ef-
fect on my chances of suc-
cess. I will be in the race
until the close of the polls
on Tuesday and ,believe,
from the assurances made
to me, and with the assis-
tance of my friends, that I
am the winner.
R. E. L. DA.V'IELL.





Photographic Artist,
-4 'Soutlh Palafox St.
al iCI-ifoll~n (.*U iirli 11o<.-il.


LEWIS E -12 & CO., Sole Agents.
Ax.LFO 3"*o1a
Old Quakler, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
":-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(-::-


Furniture at all Prices.
,,X r0 .. !i i: d :i: r ..
it har-.rail pi i<'w : .A ,i i-.-;,,v h. i!
-;rmitn(.Iri II. k -. f
ctf; t- for fIo : i ,I it' i\ -Yr f jI
kitc ,h-en IIt i a ,. : ,hv wt r.-.

C-11! ; ntl .x;aii n ; 'd:. 1 M .
Pry,,r'.s K rg.ii Fi r ar:a Ho,- .


U1GULAR


M$SS R


NEWELL,


DRESSMAKER,

10 16? W--Ii pv nStrurt
~. ,'i'.j :--''in''i of.-;ilk -Neck-
4 ~ ~ ~~~a *i

DIIER


2B Cents


-A T -


Nick Alpostle's Restaurant.
-,( rt Orderf V'romnp,'lv Mrv.-d a H: I. ,1 -
of Day .r N .,' :.
Fish and Oysters in iAl: S'yl33.


Nick Apostle.


'1$
I 4'
* F'


(GEO. A. PETERSON,

Bi yzsi aid Bieyele S30inrles.
ftItA,'I- r (-C!vlmnd andI Racycle
-4 -"tx*Ypa- -xp-rji ',,e in 'H.'-
Pit.' '!'( Of kh(*%i --.c l-t -n ki t #s-r'
I . ie- I'r' -i i.',rnaale to
12 W.et R ana Strmt.L


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&, :B Forbes.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CL.ANSES THE SYSTEM
"i EFFECTUALLY,
D "S Pc.- L -" t o L". 6 . c ---

OVERCOMES
NSTIPATION
RITUAL PERMANENTLY
ITS ,... A.toG*r.

S T.T- GE t(VNE MsAA T rD Y

CA ** I. ,F S m, raC


HGU'ILT( 07MURDER.


.1 '%*-a I


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I A I I I T.
!N ,!i Lit\a,'


I HE ,iT 1A E .II. W UL

aI '.I t -1-' -11 1 ~


tt H ll- I I it P ''lil t itl. 1 ak the
a. :% -. j 1 1 1 1

if ii- l-l im ~~ t ;.ir
.1''i;a. -c' A r CAi'mltunte-


I I. t I t.A SI
- 'I ~%*'..*' -.


- Iir -


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I Ih 's- *i 1 r| l Ithi. Ir"<


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a'l t''i1
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a. *. ~ s''* a
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I


Precinct l1i-Thozz. John'uon. John
11 .J'ae-;. F. F_ ( aimlayt-. W5. A.
Duitnum, H. A. Water-. 1411-tf

i\It\. S4 .Ai r.'. .-Tint. tr4-n;:Ix
f.;v:!t 11t I t' -1t;fl i-il ra I i i to tiltt-



aI :-r ai L ill II -, i~ lla.- a 11.
mH lom-o1 L



N\ 10 n lit,-1,11ft hr Nw '' ar ta jiatI
.MI b. w, v, 'Who I ft 1 r fuh i< l


ASKS FOR $40,000 DAMAGES
Ja list-,( to i %es, A iselent Order of

K! 'v, A.i ~. )''..pril ti-jailis
Cha'iaxnIa hwa a fiI.il a suit tfa'r #t, IA.wo
anti K il ing Bi'r I I .Anc'l'iat Qua ''
itt l' li i- lilitilata Il.
11 -g- -Iv. lieW&,-. i111114'1ha ndi al acfqvit
tAt labil'al-d. t ht-1t t ill tli Onr fro iiia
F1l-t''(it al;j and ~t~lallaiwa altoI
fall t , w 't~with gr''it f. r,''a lan-ak-
iag l1)' -:1 ,in hi4. fa .11'-and 1W,111il~ir"i

.it i- lCi lY it l ll l 1,adr vaa. ll's I u

Wit- ka .'it UP I it 1, ~-]-!1' r 11--t, d all~
int. r!I.. 'a i 1I'L 1:F I a a I- iv
: ujur -,i


Ilect rictIl?.tI i F4r Ait*X der~.' 'i.


tl r



U Wom n I Intl, Wo an1I


Zcaicn. CKA. Jan s1
I u-ed4 Wine f ('irdlui f r ncr-
Tvo.-nesa and w,.akness in tue
Tinb After takinK one bottle I
'a& well again I Arm a midwife
and always% r1conimenlI Wine of
c ardui to my ladny frt-inlai during
)rrKiancv aand after tith asatonic.
;very ladvy io l;Ikt-' it finds th.t
it does ea-n tiore than is clainied
for it
MRS V M. BOIRVERT.


jwRrf*-!to'i
R~ue4CardW'


Noabrdvy knaowt s woman like w, m.in. Men go nt, medical colleges,
study t" .k. and lsten to lectures. Fhev learn indirectly Ivf the diseases
,,f rmen. but thev .ire men and can tie\er tuliv understand the ailments,
ilne stlfermn.s, th;e .iu,'*:es ,f millthers, \\i\es and Sister'. A womilan
know*. Mrs. biati ert known. .he has p'a.sed thr,, uih the tria's
and tribtui.ias ,a1t her .,ex. She has been near by wl hn her sisters sui-
tered. >iie hi.- een thelm relieved and cured with i me n t Cardui. Is
it any ~.i n t,"' she rec *.melneJ it I it any wonder t.iat thousands
at thier t\\-mnien r.,Iimmend it.
LASi"S' ADVISORT SEPARTMENT. 'Tliy) know. T hey ha'e ac-
t r.lvl I,' l.':,ura.,:a.,:l "a -". lf) I l'al e\prr.ence to prtimpt them.
dir. .. ',.ir -.., 'gA ti..'1. ".1 i !:e"v c \, read the tidini.t lr, ,m
lidl.." *dl...r> Ilat. lb.I H 'Ill lA t
S.ei i>tq t itta-.,va,. Irnn. I m.ll 1 m ,uth t .' : m .,f tI.U tel!'n; h .v \V ine
t ( ut i ll.c's yUu:)g girls, helps
the weak (If aU ages, helps and cures ah w\. :'. il .


Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


.f.W-l'l


- -


A. M. AVERY,
!. .: W-' ** *v A D JOBP R OFt
T:.*,'".TER AND JOBET'R OF


Ci~:


P Pj% tid1~FOit.


GOLD DUST


LEWIS BEAR & C)., Wholesale Dealers. Pen-aeola


SOMETHING NEW

EVERYY DAYi-
o-A W-o

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Teoloecphone 808.
L 'Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially I 1: t,, :- .I I ;;'t
their iiimepse Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NAbHVILLJ RAILROAD.
IN I 1-1ICI' .IAN AIA :Y "-
N ';. No. ,
l: l;5 iton 11:2" |) 111 I. ave ''i'a oli: .....A *
:.-,p in 1 l:.'ii lli t A rr vi % -' liowl it I I -A f I .1 -..-. N iil
l:' :'p i t .:iV i nI A rr v .il)iI A 'l -...-' i,, Iu 12. ni' iiht
': p tIn 7: 1W # lin Ari ve Niew 'r.. ai:s Arrl\- :. a i1 7: p in
*: i. p In ;:la1i iIn Arrive.. Monitgonie .v Arr,\, :i t il '%.: p inl
i:.r.> in 7:1lI p In .A rriv. Nas1hlillv Arriv "':'2! in A :i .it aC I i
:;-':*.'.'-. ii ,oti ::;:.ill In A rriv,. lotil-\ ill|. A i;r i i: i.' : In ...-"i. 1 1n
4:)." i) > 7 :i. it Il iv Il'iia i l l Vi -1 : I. iii l i : 11)i
BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONV. LLE.


N.2 1.
3: a III
ol ait NJ
a Iaatin


7 :4ka t it
7 ::;P- It Tit
t''Is IlI
1:1,t p Tit
7 ; --1p 'ta


VLti I (it
1 litiI'-q
(Wr 011 %,i a. 1 l


ta;'.
'~ I' Phi
fa iii
a' 'ii
p iii
2' 1' III
p a';
Sp iii
:1.21 ii III


3. ha ~a Iii
lii
II II itt
a. p 'ii
a' a~ ~


TI CtR!IL INTUCKY 3lIaL ZOIEP


S. A. F1IE)MAY, Prol.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


OUR


LLtGbLATIVI: CANDIDATES GRAVE ERROR DISCOVERED.
Ind Doolegastes cis the Cormn'y oiovlen Nortli Carolina Legisloattere Will 1eet
ti~mn at Powelion, April 14. to Maike Curreitifon.
F, II-)wing are thtecandidatesa foi R A i i- t i. Ajarid 'i -Dim t ly af t'r the
It # les-isi-atu re a t;d thie I ist cof d e I _-f]tw' -1a I ar at ija 'uruti-d la- M i n-bt he.
.rt~to the coil itI'democratic con- Da'iiioa'rut 5fm tail rt ,r%%.,, tian(rriir in
veriti'm tat Powelt~on, April 14, en- tb" 'vt-rbi-:h i i l~* t- C, ill- t CCtabuI:i:
Jor't-d 1)* vthe Workinirmen's Demo- auirndmi.ii!tt) in!it tilt-fno gram fralnrhi.-t,
'I atic c'u1':601'il Vitja11 it1' 'a.~ ar's to V WAte L
F# o i ie L I t u %-.Aiga ri Ili ,:A~t,1 weeit ie- r(quirk'~ti too
rair a tcor,! v lanure.in -ad i
C s. N-reuo Jone-. tl "lIV; IN aj .rity)'* tit! ar analnIan
H. (C. (lotaitto. V. te*
Dw lag n.ltuein (,,s:aagxiin .Tune
Ii-leszate~ E to.,ounty ('umriemuvi''n. firh 'i uli- I at~urh1I!L
Pr*-(mct 12-H. H. V1ieke'. F. RP. a!,,' iI;Fi allotHit- t i~~ 'wlaw andl
PtiI. R. A. ( rc.di lie. Win. Ca rrti-I. by o t~. )~it.'nh-~ rkyg'ut
Ii ae... Tio-. 0G. 1 ivo, r-:. tn rI~-'jr'ur-imitn a aj' *ritv IIO
r4 g. -ta-rtal v 't .'1ne Re' nb!ican- ittha
Ptrecinict 13-J F. L. QuitLa. Ar- 01,111-11 a 1a'' rit ll,,art, (),,roftbi,
Imr JAhnson. J(C. .Avery. J. W~hit- idt.i, t tn iuviUi1tiliuril '11ro ..ti-toring all
ii-g-Hargi-. J .t;. L. Swosextey. t r ., 'and. iii't.in if ti;a hartar diad
Precinct l4-(ius Eitzeqt. J. E F, 4 u it it w ..il(liw iwarly as tdanw,
Raars, A. E. Zli~u-, 1H. (i. 1)(e.ilva. U'1t11tixl, ti. ltilli.'tlit lL Vot!a.- again .t it,.


PANTS !


Raid about 54X) pairs of
long legged. st ort legged,
slim. fat, pussy, bow
legged, -traight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
mln,,ts,. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
&JO pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about thetl'. Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cas-inmire pant-.. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c:t--iinlre pants.
Solmea :re thrtie dollars a
pair. good cassinmere
pants. ~Snmto are two,
three and four dollars a
pair, good wir-,ated pants


WE DO NO#

buy painLts for adver-

tising mrii'pioses--to sound

cheai. I 'e buy ood pants,

pants that are made of

*food eoods: pants provided


with (rll the


comforts


h ome; front pockets, watch

pockets, (to watch your

money pockets nights in

case /Out' i/ife Ir'fts to see

if" sh is ',j // l half of

y/our income pif o/ pockets.

Sn d rel/ *esh ien // rockets.


WE I IE ALL*



SWOOLI PANiS,

Slidi a- a rowk, jlain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2..-A) that will kt-ep an able
bodied man bii-y h n'ijhIts anid dday- to
w -air thtin out iln ;i y'-.r. anil faor
tL.il'i. -oiill II'-W f a'.V (;:in-I ll:rea
'hi:iit. Ia.l;,p" -''a!a:- .i~il ,'r,.ased


Ik-
A lt '-


- t


IN 1: A N P I !, LRN iF )] STAC.1, 12"'A rI :-


SIAiAEil 11to()K. I~TI\'.\ i:-T(WK( BEI-N HIARD)IN t-Oit NMAst-I.
VElItY FINE: VNItIIKI)AN'S (CELEBRtATEID OLD Pit VA] E-


L"'l'h' i 12z.N-EA f ol )1,1;()1 1. ...tta 'aK VaEf1, V'T.i'K Ea -Ny au


Wtin.- bftr Faxntilv I-'
THE JUG TRADE IS IOTR MAIN SPECIALTY.
gg*I'.A \alsoA~n Fiii.-I b-t Iiitw t'tt.'e 1~*r 'at )
*ry. tio et'c'r' a 1 ", I., 4(iTA\


WHY. SAY!


\ -, 11I ll ':;* wa,r-trfl
ant- for" $1.1) that ar,- -iiply great.
Pat,,!!iz- oiur lli.i trv., t p .Y .


.


A I THE--


k4bib


4 4.a~~j(.I' isa~ Dtapat. Fe-I l!II:~ ~ 4if


- CWb


CASSA,


IRESTAURAI h`t--Ow lITF-;


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


* -


SOLE AGMlS[ FOi


aPENN LAND RYE WHISKY.
R RO4)TKHILL Sol-I NMASH.
l)ATIIIY MAll) XVH I-EY.
ATLAN'TA B'AICi(OMPANY-4
ICELEBRATrEI) i.E1IP- K to- '.'tX-


P. 0. I.x 41-'.


SAL0N Delmonico Hotel and Restauant


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

BRooms for Rent by the Day, Meek or Month. 0
311, 312 North Tarragona Strait, Opposite Uion Depot.
0-Telephone 68.--0
--.*.GEO. WILSON & CO,.,+- -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.
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THE DAILY i.wS: COURT OF APPEALS


wered at the Post Offlce at Pensacola.
Ia.a sseeond-cla~ i matter.
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f aitreet ,ap-stairi.
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dhe vertim and other: may
esseteit and where estimates will be RiveL.
igeMamep for GENERAL ADVERTISING

PEINSA00LA. APRIL 7. 1900

PRFIC1'dCT IE.F;GATES8
The Mdayo I>emocratic ('luibof P.-nrsacola
b aa-.dor-,d tlib followiingl ticket for (tel-
*$ft&S from th' city preneinits t theil l.n-
iratic County convention to het h'Id at
rowlton. April 14 and ak that t!ihey i
givei a beartv support by the voterr:
Prerio ct 12 '-q H. ii iKle-. Il %.cil c iSh -
s. Wmi. l azz'1l. J. 1..Maxwell, and 1. F.
Wrigbton.
PrectiCt 1:;-W. A. Hlount. Thb.-. Hanja h.
John Ctrist .). ., -o. V t. h # nd W. T.
Ptirtet 14 -<;.o. lirwn .Joe. I. lohn;'on.
J. M. > 'reeinct l -F.. H. I'utna nt John HVe,t.
Wait. Sennett,J. I: .\t rcr-nintile air l V. A
XIUDlia!ii.

GYN. ISHAW, cotulinander-iti-chief
of the G. A. R.. upon his return from
his late southernn tour, declared t:hatt
wherever he went he was gre-ted by
Confederi:te and Federal v<.tf-ran
alike. and th!at now is the time.i
when the brave men of the South
and the North are "welded" together
by joint military servi.'e to a com-
mon country. to establish a national
memorial day for all of the coun-
try's soldier dead. He favors the
last 8unday in May. and expects the
matter to come up at the next na-
tional eticamptent at Chicago.

HERE is another strong argument.
from the Gainesville Sun, in favor
of the establishment of canning fac-
tories:
The. vtablishing of canning factories in
Florida is again tbeini agitate-d tiy thel tate
pros. We know of no good rea-on why
aneb factorliA bshuidl not be built and op-
erfsdinalln parts o t hei late. litier.- i
certainly an luviting field for a canning
41ctUrY In this locality. We know of no in-
lmsa.ee il'ire canning factories hiavne been
Irilt that they have not proved 1jroiitantie.
Thl stateanuually lo-'s hundreds of thou--
andsol dollar' by not canning product-i
whbch go to waste. Why *hlouhl we sdii(l
abroad for that whicht can Iw product-ed t
bome*n The none -'nit away builds upi
other localitie.. hi ', t>hat wlu'ic h is nv i- -
ed t homne contriui te- to thI ablvainicemnlit
of all the various h.t.r..'-< ,f F.oir. 1dl.

MANY tii-w-pap*r riadvr- doubt-
Jees imagine that Honi. Lui ,,
F_. Wright of Mtipliii. who li;.-
been aplotinteitd a Illeiber if the,
new Philippine- cotint i--iin, i< anll
aged ('olifedi:t. veteran bocan-e
je is called '" ten.ral." The fact is
not generally known that pro-. -
, called "* !i -itor- :et. r.,i." (;, ."
W right rcrti rl, ti;l- r, ~ -;+,-ildl-
a n h ont rt:it. ;" ....iti ,ii. i.>.-i<'+, 1. i-
t.tle. Hf i- ;i ; !i"y :!1'i of tii--
tinguished .-i:'- lti,. Arcl ihal M
Wrltht, fornier chief ju-tice' ,f t .-
teIn e>t.-.t., -. t'l, 111 't. lrt. ainl I-
ini tus a l l,,-t in thle (C' 'fe **-rviee.


H i:ui;-. "- t,.,* v; w tlhat i- t:,k, ,.!
":!e I'i ,rto Ii ,o t.i :TI ilif 'il'y by t!,e

i.,or< of lit-. I :f- dii., r< i it 'i 'I
:.ew pa I -. iId vy th L.i-a ,d- ,' r,-
Inblican c tit i in t \ r' -N .'t:; i f

i t ptublic'a- -tI;, i" i.;ill
an 1 .'hn- :--' r :.. .i .' s. 1 ..
and meani ** f o .
i iu d d ias -t i t I- r ', i i . I - '- 5 "

-nd a il ir,- d-t i \1 . :it r !n '* 1. -,
mti atid cp ;I''a['. P I
ti>on of iIn \ f'.s '.' Ir ll- It e si ; v + t '
t.ontrouti ,\ -* ; ,;t ,:"' !: li .
'4t atfcpr< n'.- r n i"is- ;i i ,. 1'
May r pii-1---- i .-' .:i :]. 1 '-,- i. :\,. ;I
tad faith aniid g! -!. I I -;. :1<*
tli it t. ilt.' -11 lt '1 1t.! !', :1 1 ; -
.C x ao ri, lrttwer; atl -nl t1- gloro us- vitito!\ % k I'11 -!i 1. it .'
TH1 K Nw \ ,,k Tlpi:, t, I. "+.
.l"l 'l in^ it\, 1' -t,,! ;,l>," t t1 !.,:,
H B P Lilit .&I,;: : ,-l -V ., *i ; ,.!
Floritla 'rt-'in'. -. Ms. }.
Flailer:
The lt o il e :: i lf: i-, il I i -
'airy. as a c5Ito* .,UienI-.* \ at alain f Itie
rn a l.diy i ,.rt. sI Iag;ier f-.l i' it. eI1
^*' t. W tb M xitll; m,* his foiihr'r "lit,-t
posat.troai whictl a line-iii sli-amer- ralI to
Caub&. PIolanti other: :l minut- aM-
Talm Irn.mio ai ch a *:mrilar Oirt- ran to
Havasna. To I'lar.1 o-ia. day. po story iiat i
it. Flalier sent the to.li ing invitiati', t"

Ileary Plant. New ork ciry;
t'a's you pa. ile a visit a:1 M.1ainr.
11. M 'i. ;I F .
Ad straightway -came the reply:
N. M.VgIP lor. l-. Augustine. ila :
Aowept tth mu, h pleasure. but where on
*artb Iso Miami H. B. PILA'T.
In answer to th!:. lFla'I r sent the fol-
t. iwgdire Ilonen to bas friend.
-n Hery It. PIlant. New Yort city.


DECIDES FOR BECKHAM

Holds That He Is Legal Gov-

ernor of Kentucky.


FHA'KF'ORT. Ky., April ti-The cr-urt
of app*'al- today handert d,,uwni a deci-
sion in ae gojverurshbip tie D+-'n'et 'rats.
ThL uti:ioir: is by six of the judges.
far D.mi,' ratc and two Republicaus.
O:ne Reiullican., Dur,'-, dissenting.
Judge Durell was the only judge dip-
scutinml Tue other two Republican
judges, Barnumi and Guffey, gave a sep-
arate opinion from the Democratic
;ud e., but which agree with the Demo-
f.:aTi,' m ,rblwr- itnits (-'ncln.-iin.

His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citi-
zen of Hannibti, Mo.. lately had a
wonderful deliverance from a fright-
ful death. In telling of it he says:
'-I was taken with Typhoid Fever
that ran into Pineunmnita. MYy lutns
becatne hardened. I was o weak I
couldn't even --i. up in bed. Noth-
iig helped me. I expected to )oon
die of Coniuiption,. when I heard of
Dr. Kin,"'s New I)icovery. One
bottle gave -gieat relief. I conitn-
tued to use it. and now ai well and
-trtii. I Cl tin' ;t a v" too o illch in it.
prai-e." 'l!:is miarv-loiu- tiiiediine
i- the "U--t and qui,-ke-t ctiil', ill
the world for ill Tl.ir,:t and L.iiut
Trouble. Rlaiular size 50 cent-t; alld
$1.141. Trial lbottl!- fi--f at; \V. A-
l)'A leitberte'. (lr.li -to'.r : -very
lI-ttle gluarantI .d.I

T!'e nobbi-t -'pring s-tyle- ii lha:
:it \Vhite*-.

Habitual con-tip:itioin i- til dor
throlugl! w which it iny >t ti.- -erini-
i!ll ot the body a-ir admitted. The
oc.'ai ;io il tl e oi I'H14L' vN A'-H Bl i-
TI-i:. w ill -i,,\** :ni ' tre'-iv,, c inilii. in. S-ilu by Hai- naii


Tl.-at f.elirg of complete ;atitac-
tion ;z e- with our cloetinr; their
merit i-s s-eln at a glance; the- price
i < an lob'jCt lesson in econiill.
W 1. it e',
>.1V" lltf.M I Largely Attended and Enithuniaoiti'
Meeting Last Night.
A largely attended meeting of the
May- Democratic club was held la.-t
niiiht in the court room .it their *.,unnty
iourt h',ti-e and wa-i prt--id ed over
by Mr. T. E. V%' *lies itn the al--llnee
ot Pro.-idelit P.;tnalii.
A- -poke'ilan for the vari.ii pro-
ciict 'ominnlittr'e- Mr. Welles stated
that the situation had been e ire-fully
canva-sed and looked very favora-
ble. They !'ad filounid on the lit-be-
twO' 1 .ll ili and l .ll, 'id a ca refill aiial si --howed that
a l:ar- li.ajoi it*y. perrhap- two-thiid d
of tle wl .l.-. \ o'reit thei dt' i .rate
t t !i c t t!fovt',,ti' ltioli t d'PT'ref dl
hv)' te M: y- club. A letter hil lhbe,-i
rece iv l i'.,li 1. i. .) |,iy- e-x "--
1iig i plea-ilre .;t :!.- .iI' li i.rl' ri' I -
lv r: id i,,,, t:1 i li i it, n ili 11 i- 'itu o
anid th.fl .il w',ls d alw iv- l:il' 1 th-
.v' in1. r1t;- of E-c' uyi N Cit co In'i. I ity
l~i~ri l'-lo l. "!'1,1.-Tis ann ,-uncl -i!ii it
w.li- tr y.t ,l tv I tiarty a;niplan~-e.
Sli.irt, pitrtin ii tailk- w ier, ti n-!i
inail- by tDavid 1-h-iL.,ili. latviiI
'lo i:i. '. 1. 'Co-ton. l PI'pe Ree--. .
.I,,-. ltown, J EId. flrien,. < 'I
\.r;ani. Jtludve' A. '. 1; unit. H ,';r
l'-;linsi-r. T. E. W elles and C'!:.-. A.
t'iioa te.
M ri. ()O' ri i t pr-f3iC'd !1ii- rT ibila k
bly co enrattII.ltil tli-e detnocrir iOf
Il- l a bia upon the t lit llli.-ia-li
-:,- Ili t i- Caliil.lli ; that h< -~.w
lI-fote ['ini. StluWiitr iall -artiest it.-
te ut i s!th ca::ndiddacy of 1). H.
NI -Iy refires iiat iVe Womrk inin ol1if
til' cly'V. andl it wa- right that tih.
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CELEMtATEO produces poisor.
and from th i
-prings
m C mstipation.
SDyspepsia an ,
Liver Trouble.
_The Biters will
1,help to ,II; st
your feod. an(,
thus create
healthy. active
STOMACH blood. It'- ar.


AMONG THE


BUSY BUILDERS


Work of the Week Done By

Union Men.


An Interesting Report on New Build-
Ings. Repairs and General Im-
protvenents. Reported Business
New f by) the Efficient for The
Agent of tie Carpenterb' 'nimn.
The H hotel .-ciimbia n si. ec.iin ig soime
necessary repairs which nave beet noted iit
our local columns.
The' new infirmary has received! it ilinli-
Ing cout of paint.a tan colorwith light gray
trinnming-. Altfog-ther. it ,pre-ent- :i very
neat and beautiful appearan-ce' and will i'e
known hereafter as .:. Anthon' N Hos-pit;:l.
I'nion carpenters are erecting a large
two--tory bililid ing on De 'Villier- t treet. be-
tween Belmont and Wright street-,for &.eo.
1.. .r,..-ni. The lower floor will be u-el aIs a
IL uriii 'ir.' liotu-s. the second floor for a linil.
iteiiei-r-mi, I'.n.iitiam in's pretty little cost-
t e corner mmor i'ot Im. and r (iideln strn 't.
to I rated tito M. .r-. Watti. A I. is., i- lin-
ishlid and turned o\er to the owner.
1'iionu carpenters have another two-stiry%
tivelillitng i courIe of erection lfor J. J. 1M-
e'eIkill next to the one nearly completed
for the same ientlemran.i iun th#. corinr (of
iBnylen and Cervantes treet-s.
T'hI' foundation of A. V. C'lubbbs l'1-r~e
wairelhouse ion the corner of rariagirtoa and
tirard(l-in streets is nearly colnit-l1-te(d.
Thie foun:litions ifor two neilt cotaic -- for
\. (r'tihuttl lire completed ion 1.t. U'er-
vante' street im-ar Alcaniz. The-i are coni-
tracted to A V.'luttbs.
A ldwellirng on South 'i. 1, -tie'Cet blong-
In to Mikt c fi'L ary hia- i.et-li u-titly, !'e-
pit i red.
.\ crew of C. H. Turner's imeni hiv re'-
paired the outbuildings at the resiomI-n of
F. C. Brenit, at lt s'East Ilomana street. Mr.
I'urner also has a crew of mein employed
building about seven miles of fence entios-
i.ng the property owne-d by Mrs. Haars.
ntliiot two and one-hal miile-s north of the
city.
John tRauscher is having an addition
e-rected to his dwelling onil regory street.
between Alcaniz and Cevalhl- streets. Mrs.
Sarah Hoc ton's residence. 512' event ave-
nue. has undergone slight repairs. These
two jobs are contracts of M. J. t'Iark.
Me-sra. West & Petty have the contract
of a one-roomn house for A. A. Fsiher on
North spring street.
It. H. Hteine has a crew of mlen einip'oyvi
Building himself a very desirable diwellm:ig
jnst north of the round house on Jackson
st reet.
The frame is up for a beautiful live-room
cottage for B. I.. Pepper on lth siie-,t near
Stddtart's avenue; contracted to F'. .4.
Williams & Co.
T'he dwelling owned by Will Dunhain.
corner of lieVilliers and Roiiana streets.
hai lei'.n liovea out on a lina with the
street. I- heinu remodeled and repaired.
and will be used in the future as a *;r ciey
store. Thie work is Ibeiisg diLi- Iiy fCtias. I1.
T' urnier.
irsue -li-ilit repairs have been going ,is: itt
the store itf o.. Morrnitso, nisoi repH rs iit the-
ttoire If McKenzie- t-rtn i g t' Co., Ubin on
South l'alfox street.
Eilplihi oes f .1. M.C'ronia aro til; ,:iUnZ it
four-rotoiii ctlltage one Ln-t MNain tli-i, t ill
tin I'llt M lili 1 .
i >ur ariinti .rtiedc fried di iof nsf t I :. whI :
I. i i\ b I i.i ca irryin. n i aii 1 pi hio .: n t -' i s *i t.
!le tir'i 'l ti lld 1 lll ei thie mli l n ti ottI (il ilii-
i.V ii tbuildli gll llal.es dli !1 !' It :!. W .* k
(iln -. it, *. -tll. enjoying ti. r jnI'l .t" l |Ii ;v-
lle 'n tlll llre a e ti'lii l. tnlv' ;t X p:tVi '" -
}I t'f iklr ilai : liy U.. ti-,' ,'" iis ri". hll tl the t!l V lt%.' s |l'i. ;l, il it i
I'll, ch n l t .to s lio hv lini h; ir i ;i 'k:i .'
Ir'! uiarv+-t mfri l ihr-e Iw a l -ri. -n;lii-.
hfrn f *T w+e titv. I t.- ll IT i; "Il.-! i ,:*-
i,,'t( \I '. I ir -t -i o f ht r i hi ae hI i-'. i -
t.iiltrv .' r 7-ronl iiin di\\ht- lli i i.i 1 -
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\ l tl. '1 lie i% rk li inn _i t :i 1 i 11i
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, ;1 *i ,- Ius:.Lti tm 1 1i l r l 111 ;I .'ilill' "
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The Israt in the World.
We believe Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best in the world. A
few weeks ago we suffered 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-
ville, Ind. For sale by Hannah
Bros., 21 S. Palafox street.
For Fly Time.
Messrs. J. E. Ross & Co., No. 11 N.
Palafox street, have perfected ar-
rangements for the manufacture of
the best window screen ev( r placed
upon this market. They claim for
it the following desirable features:
It can be removed and stored
away at the end of the tly -eison
without the ute of tool; tie blind
and sash of the window can be easily
handled from the in-ide without in-
terference or trouble from tht -creel. ;
it is simpl e it" Constnrucetition, ai.d the
price is so li-w as to hI within the
reach if all. Call and examine it,
and leave- yourr dt-r for any riuuibr
from o;ie to '11 ttihunlireUd.

NUT'. 10c. IPl- PO Ni.
Ja(ohy- !)i a .-li to il0o) poullAlsd of;
Italian C'le-tntii.- antid choicee Halzel- 1
nuts. whi'i,, he i *lffeitrin tto c'l-e i
4out, at l1 1o.-iit- I r iound. 7.itf
Gumblio Supper and fFili liChowder.
The Frati-ni-Vtirein of the (ieruan
Lutheran church will give it guili bo
-upper and fl-li chowder at the Mer-
chant- hi te-I on Tuesday night,
April 17, at s o'clock. Tickets fior
gumtnbo or chowder are for sale by
all members of the Veroin and at the
Merchants hotel, price 25 cents.


! 25 center will piy f,,r tti, -.-
i edition of the Jark-onvii:.. "\..
lis. a lan e s or 12 page p i:
now until Nov. leoth, by :
and $2.,'4) will pay ftr
Jacksonville Metropoli-
until Nt-v. loth. for ca-h i
only. Tlhe obj-ct of t! -
l lellod offer is ti, give tt i
P lorida a chance to k- .
the news of the contii'.
campaign at ,-xtr.'min.y I.w
also to make th-in btte-r
with the leading fre -
Bryan liewspaper in tl -
cailrtoons are alone wrt: .
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Wttilliam toRn on 'oll$ .


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SOur 20th Year at 1
OU Present Locationl 1!


-~ATHE


* BIG STORE@!


, FOR EASTER. *


Shirt Waists.


Elbnhritl-red WVhite \Wai-t-. 7T.'.
$1.1 i. *1.2.> to $ -' i.
Mi.- W.' Wi-t-. 4ic to $#.oi.
C('olored WV.ai-ts. 4",'- to t0i'.
S1lk W\,i-t- for 3.1:-.


Skirts.


WVhii,- PiiUe. Embroidered. S-.
White Duck. .)5 to $;.5i1.
tielletea Applicued. in New (.'l-
or-., .."'A) to $3.51.
Black Brilliantine. Box Pleat-
ed l. 4.''o.
Novelty (ioodis in Black, $:.51.i


We are doing a big business, and
it is no wonder. Why shouldn't we? Millinery.
There is no particular mystery about
our success. We always have the We are Sho
right goods, the right service and Pattern Hal
the right prices, and these always Bunch Viol
win. We emphasize the honest treat- and Forgt't
Inent feature and sell to sell again. Bunch.
WhIite'.i. TLatest Styl.
7!-w :rand 1*.i-i


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Motto: Absolute Purity.

clothing g that is tailored hiouet.y
and thoroughly at White's.

ROSS & CO.'S
FLY SCREENS.

(-'ro,,-+-t c lelhrated $3 a irl $d .'.
Shoe.!-., a a

T 0 titiar.v piopIo losie valuable
tiii, Iu experilltientill.: with
,il 1 iind cold c rlies. I'hey -hould
take fo1\- s Ho::ev a(nd Tar before it i-
too LATE. w A. Aleh'bert'.

n1 1ilt:1o-t every neitlhoi lsn, d
t;],. i- -lli' i n w i o i~ 4,11o I t,- ,l:.to
lit" i! -t\ ( ed tiv ('li iiht'rlaiii'- (' u dii'.
(i ,Ie tl.a tiI; l t'D rirhi- It.-.ierldy, mor
W :,, li:I- li t ( .ird oitf chro,'ii' di-
: .... byv ~~h i-i of !that I tist lii,'.
t .':- 1 ,1 k 1 point m t l i :
Sit w. t i s oppI.r t mnity o f-


wing a Nice Line of
ts at Low Price-.
et-', Roses, Dai-ey
-ine-Nots at '.'c a
-s ill Sailor- at -lt'.
).
led on short Notice.


French Caps.
Our 1"pi zig IL in" N. .

I I -M. ri



Clothing.

at $ 1411.14)to) ISI, 4").
Y IO3. 1!, ii i l $ I i .i
1 a~Pant. 11 eti
mii .de gf d


Straw Hats.


-pecial-4 ill Boys. 2.-.. ~.,


Shirts.

$1.5) ea vI I
..(I l)ozcrlBoys-' Shirt-..
e wch.
.-hirt Vai-t-A fior By.w
without t (CiiIa r-a. ct4 ,c


New Idea Patterns



10 cents each.,


GW OODS:


Displayed on (Oir Couiters Each Week!




Ji~illiatti '30bliioti & go!i.



J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-- ftIll; i -i*;i Ia,,,l r- i. --


iCarriages, Buiggies, Woons and Iwi'd%.


) _Repairing Attended to Promptly.


ii ..-2,


P 'N. AII


SPIN I D INI LENTEN SPECIALTIES
!-< N ( i '.i 1 i .l I uI I l I "


Fi~ Ly 12-,.,i'N & co'0


di '. LII hAC1. LII-

SF WI'il, Js1


M'NT WRFERS OR BON4 BONS.


SALMON :-TEAK.
I 1PER D I El" OINI IEt. AMS.


rcrT'T T tr~7 rnih~Ti~ i


T'?h-. i n. voli' t | 11n TONICH K _
to, : .. "i t,-inp, r will alvay- bivI
tri '- ** -i- who w.nl h it- ILS ECONOMY '
ri't.itven i-st keep her health. If -ii- -,.,eh.,,t ti t,' -E CO tlt M ti--
is we ak,-ickly and all run do ,i. sIve-
will be- iinivotis and irritable. If --he lazy sprini- day-" to driv- :iway that
ha- coin-tip.tion or kidney trouble, tired feeling. Mountain Mi int Toni- O)ur REFRIGERATORS are Guarante(j- to te
her iinnpure-hl'lod will cause pimples. d;oe thi-. It invigorat,'- arid puri- and take a lower tenti. ratiir*- t'laii any other on the miarkot.

wretched complexion. ElectricBit- ties the blood. It curt- the worst They have an Ab,,lute DbRY AIR PROVISION CHAMI. f.I
ter- is the hest medicine in the cases of inldiLrestion. It cures per- Wariranted Ab-olutelyv dorle -.
world to re til ite -tomach, liver and |inanently al i stotnach troubles. It
kidneys and to purify the blood. It makes the sick well: the weak
give- strong nerves, bright eyes, strong: and it uive.'-one who is all, / Our Ice Cream Freezers
-mooth. velvety skin, rich complex- run down a new ease on life and aream reeer
tion. It will make a good-looking, healthy appetite-. Mountain M3int WARRANTE) TO REEZE IN ;l'. MINUTE.-
charming woman of a run-down in- Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
valid. Only ioi c-iits at W. A. D'Al-I people in Pensacol:a. everyone of
emberte. whom heartily rpcnimmna'nds it as the I W Prices no Higher tht>n for Infer or inakes. Come nir -"
best tonic they ever u-.d. It does plain them to you.
We make Clothing to order. and more than we claim for it. One dol-
represent M. Born & Co.. Chicago, lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol- i
the greatest merchant tailoring con lars. Try it. It is made in Pen-a- B E
cern in the world: satisfaction and cola by I)r. Philip E. Hannah. For -


0'


SHas testimonials unequalled in number and unexcelled in qumahty

the eorld o,.er. Testimonieals which tell the truth about the

most remarkable c ,-es in the history of medicine. Cures of

Scrofuta. Salt Rhe:m. A:: Humors. Rheumatism, Catarph, Dys.-

persia. That Ti-ed Fee!'ng. Thousands of people agree that rt

4ap4 if[


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I I EA -ll I IARDFA -T.


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.


THE WAR lREVENUETAX

Not Likely to Be Disturbed This
Session of Congress.

INTEREsTS TiHAT S EiK RELIEF.

DIrggllt.. Bre -sern andi Pateint Medl-
"ne MaLet-ru Are onmplainnilg.
I'residential P'osibilltien In the
scn'e.


ROBUST


The nerves must be
healthy and active,
with nouishment.


PAIE'S CEhERY


is the home remedy of the American people.
It restores strength and assists to a healthful
development of the tired or exhausted body
JULIA MAYS, 204 Fifth Avenue. New York,
wArite: "Paine's Celery Compound has restored mc
to perfect health after years of nervous insomnia. I
can now sleep pcaceful'y and sweetly for hours at a
time. a thing I had not done for cars before taking
the Compound. Surely, women who have ill health.
or mental worry, can not find a remIdly more benefit.
cial than Paine's Celery Compound.


Paine's Celery Compound is
strengthen nerves, stomach,


The nices' awl1 ,n! S!' if?-
ish line of tru(; q(y n74d mi t iaf-
tin,,xsever ex~i/ii/cld in I 'c-'
Saeota. at .liarstem r/
Finch's hig/'utrn Ut ihuc /'Iu..vc.
Furniture cn Credit
mcv-zt bemtUtI tI i -I i I .b. p
with COa1--,dtr l r v('Cl-
tion. fr-lin the ch-;IC-at.-t t.-'li i~i-' IC
fili-1 J
m. i dl ,-re'htI2it ejt-litcIi.
4.1a i-; frcrt tiare -to, ta PrylI' *



1.tIveloebl etoC tiia l
(2ambridg"' .;:'it:11j A~ CS.- c
t'Ird'- Parchtic'cet.z



.1 ,eiiora1l a-o.i'Cltmll'tit of at'i ieul~e-rv -
No. :3o) Soil t 11P.c ..f, : xStc .
A beautiful aF-s~ortmeiit of Z'-,e I~
T.u cent- springc 2it at W1,te'r


Three Large Stores
*.':.l ,,f F T- NITI F.. T fi;,e-t


. 1 i i : e*: .1 'Al ( '"b lher S .i
! k *-. l : -,.ed lit.--. 1le:cje a;ind




1Il K L" BEEl!
.t d Tt cIt: t a


1->... fir-d v-M lPI l C -tile
eefil' iie u-I.:-,vti ec!e fiom dul-

Gec. Pfciffer, Agent,
lIFN-'ACOLA.
Ti' U.~ T LI LU1


The' v:i'revelIute IWc vI,, 114-t cUfeirig tit
I 1. 41 t llstin'e 'at4 1 thi i es'iji -it A cf eeii
JANs-. 111141 AaliiLC citlf el lerS-
4JtsI n. 1 111.1 1C jteill.'- .N4I- i vcC"' 4 if 1.9 l'Z*ilntc .
;Lot 1:i'', t ieiak ;1- e1e; v e1.4. n rt teeII!:itC is
n,,,i tile l%- e1.1 eeto, i s-l ;1 11 1 Aj A I-A I .:.ri* ll
l''~,l41 1C Ivci~hl A toil~c. Ii I II!~ cif1a1j, !I-ITY of'
f1C'i- t e'liI c~ie!'. I A ,e e'it ell-i

It41110 tite ll N eoilaldi 'I I.--v$.I I1i* tIt* e c -,I.
'.v i l i frw l:Ie Im t ;,~e~ .: I IC I .' t ell;". Il tiai- l I I
i''ehi li ej oi,:lt l a'r :i t 41:1 ~ leT.
'): I tig II %v t it a1 lazrifl h;I l it e '.~-; L (11,
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1:1tN -. 1- A l-c li i ..j .! ;e- lit A .41A
1c:~e .e1 p:1 \ he I-,- 'it-I. I:: il I ;Y thew
NX aI I- -, ,if I:I.I.: w I, t- -,.# 1.* ll I:: I r e I efd 11
t aifil. x It :it i' t lll~it~je'C I- Ait Iw.! iill:qtl* -t
!Ire'n i naIhi hl e' c 10-.11;I(if laeit ? enAlf. Iulice
Ii a w which111 :1 Iiffe't't". 111 !. 1411. (eice'ef Ili
efilvcinn ielk :cieI( IAil s4 41 111it "I I lit-Ce' 1.licitjll
I )Ii1.4 Itit.[i f I AItII I A It -,; %N 11idI % 111ti ,11etill I Ie' I-
tc~lhle Cil 11 It* vthe'ftttfi~ilig Cof
Next Seumlom Promisesa.
Sonie ACittill- conlg'ressional Ile-ailifrsi
A,'t-*-ni to think that during a shcort se'-s
slorin Itheet'.' a bee a mJifa ej111C~14 -11 n o
tice war taxe-.4tit(]d ,iy tlcaIliy uhaet
ticije' ('cngrv?"s if ind thle('cinilt ry will
have' inore' Info~rmation al~ ct wI mtit s
Nvanitecl ticti iDowr. Bes'idesin t isi 1i(i lit-
cil out that It would lit c-' c;tittrly liii .4
Sibile tio)pasfs a Ii 4'ehite- 1.IIIC'.'i 'ir ally 1!
kinil unow wiithiout gi'eatlY ex K~tendinltg
the se-tcitifl.ill CX ext i~ensionI i: t Utaist
e'uti.t'e-4 hle' at-siro to aII d. 4e l Ieei-

a ee .ti e i' t le l -1t14Ce I-%.il t I it elIe. 14 % AIt ,Iti.. %Vle
itilItIIa IC' I'VC i C CfInei'it lilti-e 1n-tl'cif-. ll~l1 ie

t ion bills tit, pi -s. theIe Peo Itfslico n cone
tift'nCice th Iof, 41; ei~pq1e-41 iAlft ifft I h'livI'I :
ilCJpillC's 1111l14.1.th IleI.11,)IlII, -- bill. e'ai-
t., i or u ill e'eeis4) h r liea!4iiiss. Ii k.- I If#-',Ifill
ping leill. AiaSI::cail.114iI:e'vwciijn 4'jz
liut Ieeti. whichc :cIC're c'eevvein to ;lit-
frterct. lTep l:iLa*tip I a irciiff bill rtie~v
voicield Invic iit ssa'iq lrle : Iu!I.cl' it)
it(-sliluimcec'. Intei-fei'i i,.: ei tlic ili-pe' sP-
jdelntla a nedeec'r'...a!CI-t l~l ~'
*iilil.%C'Iui tlC ,lv all d-ali'ie s leicfor : ea i.
tI cll (eaf i t-e 'W:A rI, '*,\cliii.' wil l .lle tce

w Ie, pl ., pill t"1 ;- It -1,Ii', I li- !tI Il .XI' Wcil
II lee '~ I e iell l~it] I! j.. *, C VI c eiC ee

A'C t !. 4 v 4 1 te i1;.it-$ eel I'Iej I I C it
111'. ~ 1 ~ l i'l 11 I cti111 .fle I e, ia IcI'

I it- .iIl : 4I i ,16 h 1d.0 r 111. d WI it)l
'1i i f'al:v acM : 'ja, e i \%-4e 0 1t1tile' A--
Ice A` 10 14' "lIie ;iC'14 lit ; .I !, 1. e'-(iie I:14'A
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If ~ ;1.11 Itil ;11111.6 r el IIct lit CCI' w li l
Ael -Il I I :f% AtC itell lf i!.t c- e e c
$lt iciA ie.ilji'IIh' e 'Ce$el
l 1-l' ideI it*, eI z. I_ ce I i.- II ."li c. IC u lF,111. 101
% ~ is, I )t-1 if -% l111 1 11A ..) I c;\- i 1 j iie f..
.i :I NY Ie it.1-A lii I. l t,'i tee j, r- h i l-i e
it141iu Ice' 'ct taI ii;0 141 1 44 1 :4 if i l wihc!,e'I
1.1~ T -.. .ofa ill 1 '*1 "i ie I h t i


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A.n-mrn W. r)T- 9 .
Tu K DAILY IN LWS 101'onily It, p'r wtezk


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Ino WOrK


These Letters Prove that Lydia E. Pink-- -
ham's Vegetable Compound ,
Makes Women Strong.
Two Leters from Mrs. Costa l t
'" DEAR MRs. PI'NKIIAM :-- I IIavc det'ided to n rite
and ask your advice in my ca -e. I have been sick
off and on for about eightc'n years ;ndhave been A'
d touringg with di tfferent dhctors.. a l-o been to the
hospital but irot no relief. I am at present in bel
with womb di,,ease. I hope through yvou to tinil %
relief."-Ml:s. L. COSTA. Brodcrick. Cal., Scntem- ,
ber "1. 1i" .
DEAR 'r. 'I*Ki t\M: -- I:nore tlian thank vou
for the advice izi'ven ri:.I in yvoir tir-t litter. I u;'-edl Lyt :i
E. Pinkham's Ve-getailet.' ('Compouind and it dliil me more
g o(d than all the it'Ctior,. I am now a wt-l! \o-
man and am able toi d(o all work and rt*..t wve'.I
at night. I1ylia E. 'irikhani,, Vce-tablc Com- -
pouind is the best in tinhe- world -M1Is. L. CotlA. 1'
lroderick. C'al.. Augr.st 1. 1 I,.
Two Letters from Mrs, Markcr '
** D AI;.'l M '*:; I'lis K .A :- 1 haive f :,"*f l p. in in "'
lwvcr t bo\'.w .s l r.'n !iith.'r stan' 'I or w,:e '<. 1
kha r. nI0CI A,!-,n ri.it Sit. ,f h,: :,n11. -&,I
ItIv. -J n lI. I1 1v .'.I4. Il a ri I t sidi' cit- f f .' r
have pain h il, I eI!if i,)vt. e. n ,i- uial oi-.. S :
,-.; l : s tr~o~le -it n : and an -,, :.'...:,,'..i
it h let. orrhira. hpain n in attl a f ,.. :: ..
-i' ., stin,_"i I_ tpa ;i i n 1 h,'-1 t. \t %V .4.., I'Ir
ai3. 1 .i d t I t l s. -

I w .-.t to 1, ,. t i)o i ,,th- aI,2) "T") d, c t, rs
-anidt I whai inlhaill:bl of t h a.e o iw:,.n, and orv ri.*'.
I wa,, in ll ic-i la-i l that I c. ti l iI, t t alk. '-an(
M, !leep. I hliav'e n4).; !t -k\' : 't:', f \, re'-
ta le 4'4ilmpqi;ld, onet | y( if L,] r !'; an, dll )
ShrC'O p)i'a"c ,-of Ni i a a 'tv \\a ,ii : al -) fo!!,,we'. I
Vour advie ill raeirardi to sotlCr things aind aii
feeling perfectly well and cann do al mIny work. -_ '-
NLI's. .Ma : MAIKEIUT. ii S16;ummi't Ave., Hloboken.,
N. J., June 21, 1 P'. -.
Oan Work AIl Day
The doctor .aid nmy nerves w('ere we ak., blood im-
pure. Was troubled with hands andl feet swelling,.
also had leuIcorrhra. I have taken -six bottles of Vegetable Compound
and feel well once more. I have gained twenty-sevn polinds and am
able to work all day in the store and do not feel tired when I get home
at night."-PETRA M. LOYA, care of L. Wolfson. San Antonio. Texas.
, Every woman knows some woman helped by
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE OOMPOMUND


WAITED.
Wated to biy ill kills of Secein
land Furiiture, irehudise, se.
Adhrenss ss 142.


A


0


Fuel Gas


or~ Pm]
S1 .iX3
A WM. H. KNOWLS3, \%'. A. 9



Swd ain ANCIENT whi4o u-ed
A to burn wood. -Ahe r draw nr own Bill


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j fo)r BILLS that he
wheu he could.


palid Germau~y. cersuco. An.c;tria. tal
Iwziy. -w'edon, Denmark and o&.


N'SACOY A. FI. A.

A!AflINT. K. 43Th:?r S:{ IfYER. iJR





Lly. Holland, 1Mptci. -'vwt. kaatul N.
Lhor Xu~ruice'tu :uu.. -Ae.


wa'-4 the COAL that he after-
ward- bought. i Vexela Dlabiorsd pon she Moct FIa'vuru)uon TMrn.H. and t'--tir
SObligutlo e Takeu Payable at Port of Deesnatmon Teu or FifteeL i-kays
i4 the DIRT and DLUST that it I .fti Veeel Acrrtveo iwore,
brought. I
i ti EVIL these things I WSafety Deposit Bozse for Re.t .ii Co n etfon
brought to pass. with which we have a Privtet ApAt, veamnt for zhe Use
was his FOLI.Y in nrot uing nfR.u4*tbsg
is: the (AS (eore ustid in his
ti the HIEIGHT ,tf joy gas
brought to his hoiM. a l b l ros. o.
ik the INDIAN: he doesn't t S"3 13^ __ |
un-4e GAS. I /Irk, ammvN waft&If'


cann-t u.'e it, foer J -a the
JACKASS.
j%'t th f-K ITC11IE'N w heorcU A S
i.4 the fuel.
im the LAUNDIlY. tlev~er
boith ofl 'em cof-i.
ima tice MONEY. saved by a,
0.6-; Runge.
i-.i for N(~W. thle bomit time foil
It h i'c. O F '-ttl l(I

k' tle.-'ROF(I-T, dfa'twimike-fIt
i- fior QII->-'fION c''q~ie i-
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iI- Th I'M NJE : IF!,, ii1 IE ,
I- Is-'IN!(0IN :fer t
.4thrift.
j..\' XA..ujIIP."v WXc'ut I,


G Ila- -
,ur F.%*L t
WitL, iA'j.1)Cs i '.i,


?eosacola Gas Co.
NO. 3 S. AAO ST


'rHE ORIG-TN -I


pel
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A B.C.


BEER.


NAM Jjr,,s ani j Sijtl i'P!.'t
TRY WI i Pf 'Lr ; ft v
PHONE 114. :P. : p ,gtu' ).x
JU7G & FAMILY TrRADr. S0LIITED
FacDeliverv to Acv Part of Ibp C ('v.
w'41 or-ersltt aT 'l~Ofc eno. ViAW & Sn~ja. ,will te C&rvfu .7
0teddt.


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AMERICAN CONSUL


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ncielict ea-c-Iii: of'I, at .- it., - e
vv.lhieei h fap rimth a tli I ... .

amtirtlel- iare Ilt eW it 'ee;Lt!.mwr I ij
It i4c jnt.nde-'d t- tee r-I' Perixtv. lull.i.t
able' rt'peicrrie cil ndaucli-m ilie. g-. I :
onli torte Vi.. .Aiic e-Ic'ii fltI..
The Mystery of ii.
'IlUS liUP -ck lcjI 3 a I%11li%:;Ig 'e.
im i iie-..i ;I e ve. at iv jug ii1, .4 .I. .; -.
114.fIc I I'e 1iz :1i, I -'-I i iet I '. ,I1 .1 .. i 1111t:11


n i DR. WH~I T'S A"ilais Irritatlee, Aids Dlpstic i
rr~muui i ticuldtt the Bu'.gis.
5AB~ I.. MaengthevethenqChild
EET IN A s Tnn eething ild.
T (Teething Powders) TEET"tlNARcelwvcsthre 9,,-
ASS' Troublem, of Children
Cests 9my 25cats at Dmggsts, ANY AG E.
Or maIJ:e.vntea to C.J. M0 F IFETT, M. D.. ST. LO U IS. MO0.


F.('. IHR EN .


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VIGOROUS YOUTH


"iN WOMIANHOOD


strong, the bodily organs
the blood pure and rich


COMPOUND


First National Bank


a medicine to
liver, kidneys


S% urae eVIUT ai workers

std M M ousiatwoa f aml dsadITurfentm for Stf

Ce1ebraed McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,


CpOlODf t ways u u ada rl n ailrtg hb t u ar)
MOBILE, ALA.


31


GROSSLY INSULTED

Gottfried Horrib-ly T
by Peru Revchitioniz:-.

STRUNG UP BY THE T117-7


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ILA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 71900.


Ask any lady in Pensacola where
to buy stylish, high grade dress
goode and trimmings and she will
quickly say, "*R. Hilliday & Co.
have just what you want." It is a
well known fact that this enterpris-
ing firm have an established rep .t ,-
tion for selling only good go ,'-
They positively do not carry .iyIv
thing shoddy in stock. The_ I, i.-,
anew advertisement in this i. tu.
which will interest every lady.
If you wish an up-to-date E -.tei
dinner. Sol Cahn &Co's. is the DI s.ct
to buy. They have a splendidl.- a-
sorted stock of delicacies.
Kreuger & Kugelman, the new
wholesalegrocers. have entered t,.,
field with a five stock, aud they .,-t
welling good- at a clo-e mnargiur.
They have all advelti-eiletit i .1-
issue. Read it.
Will. Johtjtl )i & Soin have <)illt
an attra tivet adu ,-rti-enil lit in tlhi-
i'sue. 'Th v i.:Iv*. a v-rv attra ti '.
stock oi! Ji..-t. r ihirc- and in the-it
iniliiuety t, y- arc' tdi-playingi th ,
cUteat L.i-, r t,.,it- ,tlid bionuirt- y,1.
ever loo.k ds U l.h. all lii ?ee tt.'-li
'.tock.
H *-IllZ & (, tle (iverillllelit
str-et ir,'c- I- ate dt iy It-c-iVi lii l 6
th' io'v.'l'is il lili'v roC'- 1i -.
T!t<-y c ryv ;i a ij -t;.l; ;it.d they -s i
at very r I.- .-*cti t'i.- ;1i't-'-.
The F.,ir t '--o.v A iil akn- ;iotihler
tIS-t ptill. of!-r ;** Ti,.ir i' pait ii- 11i
their regular advs-rti-ini -viace to-
day. R.-td t l.., ttl-y h.ive tio ?-,i%
anid don't I ; ili-il'.< ctiig their liui-
inense -to.ok.
Jacoby I,.&- j'i-? wh.at yoiu w.ait.
Call and s-, hris tlimptilig array oet
good thin;:- t o ,i-t.
Cohen. Friedillan & Co. are alway-
up-to-date. ana they are a little int
advance thi- -eason. for they have
many direct imnportations of dres,-
fabricsand ladie,' headwear that are
offered here as early as in any tof the
great East+-rn citlie-.
Nick Apostle is serving a splendid
dinner every day from 12 to 2:*: p.
m. at only 26 cents.
The popular People's Store. under
the efficient management of the pio
prietor, Mr. A. Schwartz, Is doing a
thriving bu'-iness on the plan < f low
prices for spot cash. Their stock is
complete. Call and see their spring
display.
The Levy-Pou Company has had
an immense run this week on trous-
ers, but they still have a fine lot of
high-priced ones that they are
slaugbterinaat the low price marl.
They can also fit you with a fine
Easter suit, a tinet straw hat and anl
elegant pair of shoe- for very little
money.
Brawner's prict s are already at
low water inmark anid hlii- -totk i-
we-ll worth in-tpectimn. (',ourteou-.
treatmeut accorded t.. evervb dAy.
The nickel cu-tonwr find. a- cordial
a welcome a: thii stoie aas does th;,
patron who spends manyi dollar-
John Whii *, tlie h iilijrda.hler. ha-
a- comple:e a stc,,k o-f :,men'sli flit-
nishinigs a- youe ti tilid a1iywhe-re
in this ireat Amils- i<'ai ci .- iitvry, and
hi. p i's are right. D nii't porss
hilm by whe1n \ ou want illything in
the way of m -.. or ii,'- wear.
H. M,:ll-er. the greo ',r. hia- a n w
advertispni, L.t in tii.- 1--a--. B
sure to read i'.
See Tho.. C. Wat-,t. J& o. for real
estate or ii i-irait .,s.
J. E. R's- & Co,. h iv' ....ilo n-w
acid easonahl- adv, ii'-el lit- in1
this i-sue.
Mlarstoi & FI'iicli h:v a I. autiful
`-',ck of new -priian: tui iiurt.; call
i:iad cee it.
Allen's candi- are ail tht- raTge.
o cur best i1rl will no,,t l,\i e u i
.uU don't hiy ier a lbo- .
Hall & Kis'in's biusi.t,- i- iticreas-
ing daily. The only secret about it
is an open oti -they --11 the best
goods ai the lowest prices.
Ih..ficsl t'lannot l-be Cured


by local apiplieation- as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness. and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is caused
by an inflamed condition of the mu-
-ous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have
a rumbling sound or imperfect hear-
ing, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnessis the result, and unles-s
the inflammation can bo taken out
ind this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of t,-n are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of lIeafness ,caused by
catarrh) that cannot he cured by
Hall'( Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars: free.
F. J. CH ENEY & 'Co.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by Dru,-grists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the be-t.
NOTICE
Is hereby given that, by order of the
lodge. Edgar Freeman ie no longer a
member of the I'nited Brotherhood.
All members should govern them-
selves accordingly.
J. T. SANN..
1:* PreAident Lodge No. 1.

Nobby Spring Suits for young men
at White's.

Cleaning ladies -kirts and waists
i- on- iof our specialties. Star Laun-
dry.
l-'l:y Ihollars Iteward.
Tnto-e p~arti,- guilty of hlreaking
- uto .schlo 1I iuildinir- No-. 1. 40 and
7, anid itmutilimag saime, are hereby
notitied that the reward if $ A,cff-redd
', tine for breaking into a -clih.ool build-
ini: or school builditig out-hou-e,
-till holds good.


N. B. ('Col Kt.
Stiper iIIt .'t-nde lit.


5:1 1w


HARPER Whi-,key is liquid mu-
-ic. bottled poetry. ripe, mellow. rt -
freshing and delicious.
SOLD BY
DA.NNHEIlSER RlOS.
Pensacola, Fla.


CLKAMTw.
Nor llip Patriaren. l.:l,. -alvtrsen. hv
F'r J fulu iechreye.r. for LtIeca., ith 'ltl.,1i
SIt lunmbt-r,valud at li.';io
Br-s 'orio ,1.7:1 I enwdil by .ulf Tran.it
'o. for Hiavana. with iKT7 bus corn. 111i bbls
.1 our. 24N.4%,i llio furniture, 7li ibhs tationerv
ilardwars. imR Ib4| gratebare. I paired wagon
.Cool.-,. "-l" Ib, hat's. .3l44a lb nlard. .i.A.m. lt-
'-oc"n.lo. cllt- ha:ni. 0.0lh-itld catttl-. io head
not-.6i' head hors is. valued at $34 :.;-
Am ei h ab tsi'l Iariitligi. Ill. liRtosrta. tlo
;aiiter for %ii--au. with lli44u1sIft deols aiid
Iinks l limdi ft .Ioints and scantlings, val-
a -d at 51.1 ii
tr bk leWi.'r. li, Mar('uts.pn, b Gulf
'avil -lures Co for laminiburc. liiih il42
>' '- ro ,'% Q'ii. -d at S'',-l
Br as :veringham. 191.c Newl v by Wm
S!t! > &-i (S I l-l I.ol il.lJ lli Willi ', ..t 6 II
rilimT,'r. ; ,f *'.'g i 5 ft %awn timber, 'j.,i C It
tiew i t tililt-,. svaltu d at $:3- '*4
Ciretuit (C'ourt
Tl- .:ife Carirol vs. Tiurtl-. o
triil yesterday. was di-pousd ,It Iby a
verdict of the jiry for the du'X'lid-
ii' Mr. Mr, nii, Jo.tine reprev--t.t d
:- he plaintitl .i,d Mr. W. A. Bllnit
,o.';iflucti(d tlie def-i-oe. iintroducioi!'
:1i 'Vi II i-', tUii-" r',co,'rs otf the w'il
l,-p; tii;--:it c (, .II, iti,- certain
'l pl -fi I Ai l *. I il--t I( '; tltlill
Tur-le lIy the p1l iAtitf in thin- ctai'.
including the tt--tiiilony taken'i anid
e- i ptl t l iiP- ,,l i ill whlichl the
tli ti-t.' wtr'' d-inciin -d a-' Ilmnli-
"i, il-. a:li (' t i .tili urtl. w as c 111i-
pl; t,.ly ,xo,+i.-e itedl. "l'i:T Ire- aeiit
-Ilit. foir I.tilia.r- f(ior c(t:iisI i. l
rni, (' i-,'rl 0*t fio i l t liiployVli'Iit ,il tth- ',lverillm ita
wol k I' tfll r- tiir ''r. HDppD.tir, til to l> ;i
-upplpenieltary effort to ''ger-t \VOi"
with the defendant f.or refusin.i tot
employ the l i i tiltf at-'r st-veral
tests of his cp.ilicity antid i- flliess.
The alle.atlions f tIl- prii-sentitifili
were disproved. and the jury's ve'r-
diet constituted a complete vindiea-
tion of Cap'. Turtle. Some of the
evidence wa- t-xee'diunily initelest-
iniz. but a- tl.e v-rdict fillally dis-
po.st' of the enitite- matter, it i.eed
niot he further i. f-errt-d to.
The ca-e of the Litt'ie Bros. Fertil-
izer and Phosphate (Co. vs. 'Frelnch
was also disposed (of by a verdict for
the def..ndant.
The case of the E-c:mtnbia Furni-
ture Co vs. the L. & N. R. R. set
for trial to-day was settled. and
Baker vs. )Oloni and St-phens vs.
Hardee were set at the foot of the
docket.


NOtIIf E.
There wi:l be a practice game of
base ball between Pensacola and
Barrancas at Fort Barrancas to-
morrow. All players of Pensacola
team must catch 2 p. m. dummy.
The line-up will he as follow?:
Touart. c: Villar. p: Oliver, lb; San-
chez. 2b: Vill'lr. 3t); McDonald. sS
Sheehan. W., rf: Harris, cf; Shee-
ha:i. If.


J. I. Stephen4 has a large ass< rt-
ment of Solid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spoon
We make a special bu-iness of
-elling cliothintr that is durable, well
male. and pe:tect fitting; i''s hu-i-
IPnes from the start with us, and we
reach out to buy carefully al.d sell
,o4w: the result is we di--play our
pick of the best. and you find your
choice agreeably easy when you get
ready to purchase. T'he mnd who
walk- out of our -tore with a new
hnsines- -uit on hi- back i- ready
f,'r bu in(-ess indeed: he looks it. for
we fit perf:'ctlv: he tf-els it. for ne
enjoys the satisfaction that ht- has
paid the riaht price-; his friends and
neighbor- kifnow it. ltor hie has shown
hi. "gmd judtirc-'iet h)y dealing with
an iti-titutiol wlert rreliablility i- a
watchword. Wnit-'-.
(;it a new Hat from our splendid
tloclk oif ilew -tyle-: prices Jow at
White'.-.
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
Deported Daily for The News by
Measr. A. M. Moses o.
eaosI.


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dm'a rT'sTuwpupgijmu-5;'t' oefts.


AMONG


WE HmVE THI 01E YON WArT!
Whether you want a big one.
a 'mall one. an expensive or a cheap one.
We have a great variety for Nile or reid. The
tie.t of them are luxurious. The cheapest
are good.


DWELIAINGS tliOK RRVT.
So. )s' Westf adsden stree-t,7rootun)is. 2
S story I ........ .. ....... $S 5.iO
No.! HM East 12th street, 5 rooms., (ast
Hill. .il 13 i
No. "ill We-t Laltua street, 4 rooms, t 1
story ,i.(1
No. 41l West Kelmont street. 7 room. .
(I storvi ... :I.r ,
No. -- East ('hutch street,.i5 roonls. ii
*story nrar $eville <(luaie . 1;j.lO
No. 41+. #ast Cbase stre--t, 4 ruotii, iI1 I
story i 12.0
so.l2 We-.t Belle.nit treet.5 rooms. I
story l'tiN)
No. Ill Wes' Cerva,,t s street, 7 rooms,
storyr) .
Cor. lteu-and l.aRua street i rooms. |
SII sI o rv ) I '4 )
No. :qSoiiiih Spring treo-t..5 room, (E
store. ... :
No. :;:1 North I0eVillier- street. 7, rooms I
I 1 i irv1 i .. Ill toc
No. :.1ll J. Innteidencias str,'-t. .5 rooms..
I storvi P %Il
No. 7 North '.,riiig .ltre-t. .5 roolm-.
I 1 t'-tirv t l f 1l
4 orit-r (,iirdclin nl I). V illwir-, Iroonms.
i I story); 7. i
sVral sInlltr 'lwIlmlinerq can heo -liown
you. <'anll t thi"- Hll'ir',', r -o f.ir Rrintii., in-
suring or iiVe.-titig.

TDos. /atsor U (0o.,

REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. 1 South Palafox Street,
PENSACOLA, FLA.


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Fechheimer Fishel Clothing is
equal in every respect to made-to-
order garments. See the new Spring
arrivals at White's.

A veritable feast of good things
for men and boys, at White's.

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALF.
By virtue of adcree rendered by the Hon-
orable V. C. Maxwell. judge of th, circuit
court of the Firit Judicial I*rcult of ilori-
da in and for E.canmn county. in chancery
sitting. In a certain cause pending in said
court wherein t. I,. Kaker is complainant
and -,arah Fitch and W. 1 Fitch, her hus-
band. are defendant. will expose for &ale to
the highe-t bidder nrca-h. at pu%.li out-
c'y. at the county Vrort houie poor, in the
c ty of P. nsacola. said Emcaniia county,
diiririg thi legal tourr, of -ale on iMondy.
nile seventh day of Mlay. A. l.. I>..1. the fol-
lowine de-'ritled r,-al .statte. ltuated In
aild Eicambia county., Florida. to-ait: T'lh
S. otf W of sbection 1'2. towii'llhip .' J
nirili. range :".2 west. Terins cash: pur-
chaser to pay for titles.


i7i, awllw


p. M ,. inhcery.
Special Master in Chancery.


FHERIIFF'S SALE.
Sy virtu-, of an execution issurd out of the
v unty judPe's court otf ts'caulbis county,
t* Iorida, wherein 'Charles William is plain-
tiff inDI t'al! Hnil i is defendant. 1 havelevied>
upon and will sell at public outcry, to the
hiuhebt bidder for ca--li. in front ofthe ri'oni-
ty court house in the city of Pensaeola. hee-
twten the legal hours of sale. on Mondayy,
theo .**venth day of May. A 1, Wli. the fol-
.,owing described provorty. levie'd upi'n m
the property of tih. said Cin ll tit Ii. ti-wt :
The northwest one uiiairter i N w 'I, (f ti'
n'rthwest on,- jtrl'r i N W,"* il -sction
twenty four I. ,toian-hip t'., 1 i north.
rang* thirty-nii :31 -t. 'irlt all anrI
s iiiul'ar i lie hvr'ti tane-nti-. pi tirt. nanci-e'
anli 'e I'ntllntia t 5,'rer'lU to beloiii4infg or ill
anywise ai'l rtlluin .
t, i.:e Kv 'm i tri.
a7-naw-Iw flhierffT.


Iln the Ci r',lilt Cni'rt of E-ep'nihiam county,
firstt J uoiiral t it uit. mtate o: lloridl.
Divorce.
Iane 0-!t orn
I!nines 4 >oru '
Tlie derendat. Jaitllo I -born, : rs-ij iir.-,t
t'. appear to the bill .l-d h-'reia., on tti. ,ix-
teentbh dIv of May. I1 l-..ei.
thit order to b- puhiblli,.' in, Tinm AII.Y
FwS. 5a nleY-palu-i pubilbaed iii said --.-
camibia u -tw U
A sM, 'MI.1.AN.
Clerk irruit courtt ;
-FAL. l;y H. tH Briti,..
Is-puty 'lerk.
t't asacola. ;:la., p rll0'..41 ;,. a7oaw4w


OZM-IFI~IC33


OUR u l.e

It hk Venezian. Ferrari. I iTaon
AU I 1 IIR It bk Treuts, .tiardeal. Markeilie


AN ORDIANANCR
Cao b n'tItled an Ordinance Relaong
to the Krekcton of Poles for sh hap.
p'rt ofTelephone. or other Wiwas,
In she .trees-, Alleyi, and Other
Puhikt Places., of1he Cloy of Pensa-
colia.
Be It Ordained bv the Maror and ( ouncll
of the %ity of Pe 1n-acola:
liectlon I That no Individua'. partner-
'hp, company, or corporation shall her.-t
after, erect, or causeto be erected. in the
-treets. alleys, or other public plane o(f th-
citv of Penkacola. any p0l, *for the support
,f talenhone wires. or othe-r Wiret, for tfhe
transml'sion of electricity. unle-4 t le
wii'er of sucht p-les and wire hIslia tl nrt
hnbav obtained from tbecity council. aq
hereinafter provided. tlihe privilege of ere.'t-
:na-ucht poles In such street. a'ley or uther
public plnco..
e-v.. 2. That thepcouncil shall not grant
sull'h Drtvlllge until tineown r of tuct poles
and wire. shall til a petition fior thls sIme.
approved by tho Board q f i'ullliu Works of
the city. and set forth t.irreini the. name rof
the owners of such )p 1)l and ir ,-: "h.
purpose for which, and Iy hlinll. th ;y .l4atll
I1w ltls-d: s>eh strt-t in which I i-' 'i, to
hbe erected: the behlit ifr q i etrncy aid numn
bh r of thl- pols,- to l ito t-I ., al lid ie h iman-
ni.-r ill lhich tlie wirts art- to lit strung
ter. :;. That tlih ( .inil lha'l grant ..iich
prri i!tv'ro upon sucl' t-im ias d i .drlidltioi.
ais it mty sn nfit. ini<1 li. p"tl olln' as li
c1,1ndition precedent to lhit h lkint *tT-ff.ct of
suc .privilege shall by at'reniient in writ-
li. l. t ftlrd witnla ti-' 'ity coiiptirll ':-
tr i'eto, comply \ i'h rild p-rforiin all of
-mid l,-rni-m td i; lnl i ,r-. ni ini < bti '
'4 <> il o -ei.ll p >lit 1111 IiiI 'l;itit" *ind t'> o -tcb
lr \ ;li-t indl iino i t h ( r~n: lol i -,- r io '-
.*lco iy 'h ,il I I t .;itr\ oi thrli l" pucl"alcl p etl .
Svt. 4. Aniv ,r-fi'in of p I *- I*, vil.'a iion
f' tlii. ortrlinalt tsh il re id -r ch ,,r, l.-r
il i too i> m noil,- Ili ot xv-\ dil $.- i i-ir * illlori-lllnro lit. for til-.i polo l .*.* 1
.-" *. .. All ordl'i;iian '-s fand Ial I',,)i ittioni
of tt. it ity 'oulneil or H artr f ifnt'imin--
.iolit'r s of I I Provilionril iitii.*ip:ll,'v .f
Pel-.i- cilt..r part h'r--:f II v'ut iCL L *'-
wit ti ntr- 'hrtrelty re'p-,'led.
I't--"-d toril 41t I l.
Ap Ipr v',e l Aprill ,!alh.. I'li.
A I\Ie!0 ; J.M M 11 .i \it,[A.
l .U l. t k 1 % N t. N ;t <.r.
'lerk.. 7a tt 4mw


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We Pride Ours-elve< on Having theo (krandezt: aii M. *t
EXquisite Selection in


S Sprinff and Snummel Dress Fabrics

Wash Silks and Organdies.

(i.:> ;ate-t (. 'C ,'- or the M1sI t ,-lthbra* I M .,ii w.' :r.- :


SLadies' Shirt Waists-:

Alo ;i (Grea't iVari-ty .t


Ldies' Skirts and Tailor-lade Suits
JI S.T IECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
As U'-n;l \\'- L.,-ad i;n H ugilvs,. tl oIt,:id Il iiiner, well -u'- i',i !: ,
Re-Iutiation a~:mn Ip-to-Datf Arti-t. \ W : a,
Cowd Y(lR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Recommnendations. Mon. Women
"* and Children are More than Convinced that they
Set the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes at the
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'8
STORE .....

Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,

Men's Underwear,

I=Boys' and Children's Suitsr*
At Rediculously Low Price-.

MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
AWE ARE INVINCIBLE IN LOW PRICES.

SWe Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show Win-
i dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of Cierkx to
Wait on You.
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

.- Cohen, Friedo nu & Ca's
I-S
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.
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(4


W. B. WRIGHT COfMPANY,

MANt'FA- I I Elt- AND I ;.\I.i-F. IN

LUMBER, LATHS,


SATED CTPRE3S SHINGLEI
PENSACOLA,.


4EASTER


Easter Sale!


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U#It 45{ AI Vldt* .
-S : -. s,- r ;- i t' .. '
Loind rsrotIt amlto,.z 1 ito I f % to%
r-wioa G(. ml %m. s.iI r j..1 I I '.
form rin 'r..ibrrl~aw rt ii'4. Por:
4) hs. Will t'v, r:..'f 0-d.-1, i %
D afli,11 A V-i".

Osld qon 'A-' .' i'.andi tlat AI-r. a
C. Watpoon &CO..
1 441,1t A L I -T h ob i...t doeqirmt...
1-Lsal E'state Agency. 1-. lisle W:1'..,'it,
3cr. 21-kl ..uth Palafqi~z .tree~t.


BRnmplpi".. go- it lpay. 4,~a .
('frirago.

%k ith a sinotlenimatch S''."'mi't if '-m
ty or sta..t" tip llag'.t.U:1 '
,iPark.-t. IDual i.hree','itU i frop,.-.


kelt Pior-oe.Pat-]by A. 11iM.,r



~~ANTED-Aillkindib of epty q IL*
W wiky belles. fiA.IFRIEDUANl
nowltf
W ANTED-Old beer bottles as Depanno. a
ser Bros. t?


jand deneor in flair t,.. in.ht. I.
Articlet..farOl st-.,.iW. suc.Y.'rwi,


ISVLIiFI'I' ~t(I'l. vIN fArI II r
s il ids indt-r'trt,-iI'z nipw o;'.
it. fifth term In .h.- r-.A-iv.,e atf t4..
no'r of Falatiox iArid Jua-ku.n.:.1kro'-r.
trance' on Jackpiorr. Term.p. $*-,.#Nopir nwr. x

M ALE ANDIFMALE. D-WHca'i N
ifCorner Vtb -.andeI uiI .' tll.... -I r'-''-
poor.es for rolle-i-.'or hu'iui...'..1 11e-
deitllprincipal. NS~igt. t'rm twgi '' '


I'IIr1F1.4 P W IF. 104mfv,,riJ 'ritl I
NIl Vit ~lol.tt lt 4 reto,1-3c .L.~W -t .
phonel. .3:r.4.


1-[lin-Uriel Saps Rla.r. '.
1'LIPWKK 11 ''NRA.Mf'
FLA. IprumPtivrin hvbtiot oueur.r .si'ao-imi t-
__ phone T1.t. 1


A W


Easter Sale!


- ~ - A -~-


Brittle s, urpla s all other P iik.-
peanut, cocoanut, pop corn aiil a
n1ut.
Our mission i.s to cloth M'-na .
Boys, from head to foot-Whit. -


Marston s
headquarters


Fin ch a(LT
for bit i,'


We have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date mocks, either fineor che/a
a M... .. Call andsee their stock


Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25 Dozetn Men's Fretich Neck Hal- 20 Dozien LJddic' I'Sl-veles V'st, :.' -inch Solidl and Whit-e Duck,
briggan Inderthirts.at 2.7 c.tits -each ; li-l Thread. mir lprict- 26e each or our price'...................... IlI)c
Drawers to match. S2.7T d'oztn. Y.Ird-WlidE Sp- I-lait C(ttion
30 Dozen Mo-n' Fa;ncv or C'olored 12 Dozen Mon'- Faniiyv Silk Front ait............................ oc
Satin Frolnt Undershirt- at 2.' cents Bo-,mn Shiit-. -our price .'> c. each : I Yaid-WidE Fithville Bleach-
eachi : Drawers to match. -ll size d, made by lonsdal- Co..
;:0 Dozen Ment's French Nc-k Il:l- 2 Du)ozn Fatincy vinid White Silk whils it la-tl................. 7I.c
brigu an or F.Itlncy I'indr-rhirt-, nice Pleated Bos]om S'.ii t-.ur l rice $1l $Ni; ,I'iE(ec- ,:test Ca lico at...... 4c
(quality, at 45 cents each: Diawer- to all .i- i.. l-'a- llbun'-i (Giinighi;.m,
ll:1tcli. VW e carry tL i la;ir.-t ii;| of M -n W rat.i d .... .......... 5c
It, Dozen Men's Heavvy Wei.iht and Bovys Clor,,r-l Shin t- in the ('ity ......
Balhrlgaad IUndershirt.m at ilcent.-; at the L ow-t Pri.-. J.it -c.-iv'l a full line of Skirts
Drawe-rs to iiiitch. 1361-inch SprIiiz -in c.t. our 1ard ShitN ait: our price< are the
limi Doz.-n I'Edi l, Sleevelel \eS.ts pri<-' ............... ............ lw wet.
at o'd price. ; for 2.- c-itts.or 4-7,- .,- cinch V rvy Ste.r W \V tit' I.A' wnt. Paracr ,l.s a dolz-ti: nihroil+s*r d ineck. our pr',' ...................... l.o) iinhd $I '"i.
17-. Doz, n ,L:tilieo Mi-s-'" ami 2l-ilti c ( h ni Ni-kok, oUi Liadi- IrrI'i-c-it P;ara-ols ill
Chiliren-"' Sls r- v''e-s V,--t-, with pri<', ........................ .. '* late-t '.t- eL at I1.77, a~ 'nd? .i:d .
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