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DAILY


VOL. 30.


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 9. 1900.


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


WRIT OF ERROR FILED


IN KENTUCKY CASE

7aylor~s Cc~u:~sel Will Appeal
I rer the Dncjsion.

WARRANT FOR HO WARD

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THE-: kiN~r1iukV 7MIbJ)DU
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-Meill Furroeid -r
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i i%. T-x.. April .-Ki- turn-
1, owly tromi the flood d;-:t--
"-,,',.g t! h lower Colerad.,*, Vr -
SI:, (.:tzmde :d and tributarie-.
Sri-i, of mountain water con-
.'- atd inma;!a- of wreclrage,
Si of anvimial, and humnain leitig.
''I* t.a-i aw'ipt down. The ca-ual-
:- low here were principally
z': rI.' Tho Ceropl, on e vpry"
1 Ind in the Colorado, vsalyv
'.4%, to,.i destroyed and the rail-
,.. I- ave suffered severall hundred
..ti.d dollars lons.

FOR SALE
a Ilaral m En Easy Ter nms..
.w*.t Home Farm. situated in the
,.1factmurtirw village of Allen.
Sa:i1. ('... Brittle 4itate: Term-n of
ce nts for each guess: the
:ue-.ing nearest the valua-
d property. Proce+ d- to'
d to Catholic Bazaar fund.
S"iclar apply to seent.
\' 7T FLA. -TFAM B AKEit .
Working Night aid Day
S .t'-,,-t and nmiihti' -t little
: vr wA.i- iaitde I Dr.
S- Nw Life Pill-. Ev.ery pi!Ol 1-
S""-d- .. glolbulI-of he llIi. th- th
-.-tki.4,'- i uto -tre-n h. li it-
.t,> ,fnery. brain-fag into
'w.-r. Tihev're wonderful
S :: up the health. Onlv 25c
S: \ .id by W. A. D'Alem


1 -.-Iartll)C4lit
- a. Whjte4's.


of t!rui:.k .;


M ~ar' Before


J. C. Van Pelt


E~o~Sherif f.




Y-~. it wil11 be a .
*,wn lWhlen coDIp)ti-
:.Ite I,


8,It1'H AFIICAN WAR.
C~ntnue~R[I t r Avtfi~ i yAr~pimut
111l b. iiii tta etipi


* P~ C' frI Ital l'nf.'ie n say that
Lord Rob- rtt 11now Lh ~AN' cvaiiz
two fre-11 re-r~imtm,*njnd a th44U-aIIU
;1.UZt i:1ivig atJiFved.
Tn .'auiiiuZILI activity Elof IthoBile,-
.;nutlklle t au J ,'l .uQ,%.--t -if Blii a -
f )nteini j.; biin ci iCII ii~mej. 'rno B4 ll
ir KirmuPder- a re c' 'IYi ng :an:d iz' ii r
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)!.,:v we..'k rvie.-- at St. M ichia-Ie'La
i't' re!: will lie 21.1 f-alI,)Ws;
4.. l:.eAmv. Teru.-hrnr. .' p. m
7 ~% p. M..
"o it 'IVommunion wl 141 Ih te atitni na.tpred at
a mi. tvo- -d !ritia"v Ma-is of the Pre-
-manctiti':. a. na : 'iingtrfliv of Itt'he sICP1I.

H,)l% t4turda%.C.re-r*nonles will beatin At
::4 mtm.: 4ionimitetllflat 9p.Dm. A Ilene-
dirt-t"alfirt ir wl sw:I t .lLin heara'.g cuaa1.vb.


Do not NOj to road the idvertise-
Wan t ofi LETHINA in this paper.
N-w spring ."I inlatt'an Shirts, at
WEI .t e 's.


Will Improve the Property.
C w.'-v'r4. S C. April 7.-The work-
inug committee of the South Carolina Ag-
ncultural and Mechaunial society are in
the city making plian for expending in
buildim andl other improvements the
nijaer received from The Seaboard Air
Line tor right-of-way through a quarter
of a mile of the s .cietr's land on th-
edgA0 of the city. .Mauy substantial and
needed additions aud impi-wvemintS will
be made.
.IoneH aliootr, HIe Iival.
C.r: A.NtsK.A. Ap:!l ;.-.hJ .TIones. a
n.gi ,4. -li it aUii f,.tally vw,unIcd Martin
Daii-T'.. atunthi-r ut,'err Tihvy had ib,-wn
l iy :i; :.tentilna; ti th.li aine girl andl
hadA flhe n iut about her. Jome .-*-cr. t.d
hlmi-,f ,in it;ergia avtnue- anid when
D)arti'.. 'niit- iy with the girl be shbr at,
.1t,:,. tw,, bull. to jst--,inag thirughi hi.

%% II TI,-et at lT.llandte..
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S.1 ..'.!.t t1 h. t -\Iv%1 tfn- A 'r't h d

S n,, : <. : L D-if at Tal.adim .Jui,
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ULA
<,o0e.nor t(o % -it I..'ou.


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'lIj DISPENSARY BOARD MEETS. ASHANTEE REBEL ION TALIANS ARE MADE SLAVES.
SFirst .Sesslon Held Under the New Laborers \e Ilorr llvy ireatd 1
State Law. Pho inM ALARMINGt
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 7.-The state CBE'MES ALARMING. t'.. Ar'.:! .-The goW
Ixard of (dihr-eirs of the dis.ensar .y are ernor has received atuihthr ommnnnmi-
holding th-.ir first meeting under thvTe Kt on frori Italian Consul Branchi 9t
.new law. There bcing a question as to The King of Bekwai Alone New York iu reference to the treatme
J.~* N E~LThligterba a'eigudrteT torIa~r Elsu rnh


For Sheriff.


FLOR!DIANS ARE EXCITED.


Ai'iitiiitilrit at'of Negro J'Potiflu'lr Ite-4


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4 t 7.:;: 1114 r 4 i -tan u'?.-r h r
.'"! p r!-LIu i, ti n -'.ig; hia ic4 e, a-
1 .. h- Ie' 6 ;'!v r.i do o'' .-thi.olh.er
i. 40 : Il 'i <11i;)'.- 4 .11it'v Ifl.oo- r -Litil t.
lt, r, .:n.:'l!!lltv. A in retiill \L a ,h'I1>1
t',. *v v ..;: ; w i,'h tim thir -
I, n i t i, v u.it ~ j imk i .atitI ff t l.-
v4 .'. r I' lv, tI tl h utpIkh ilnint lt 'of a
I*. _"*, T"":;!!ina ;r- \V;iS W ,|' l hsu h a I/;iturt
S it W' i\v (i to wl.i n oh," ar't f the
:t -;it i,.unlde .nt ,mI i : -ist ia h,,l'un;4

TL," un, l.thanb.l manner by which
th., ::,,iiiitm,.nt w;.s swuredl fo'r the n.-
g; i '.>y (- d*uty pstrnaster is co1n-
;:.,,m?.,i by all honest thinking rpoplk- of
I Ith ra-1.'s, and the wople of BP.llviuw
a;:.- nww determined that ho shall step
d, own and out.

TO OBSERVE THE ECLIPSE.
('hicago U'nlverlty t) Hlave lleadquar-
ters Near Atlainta.
C-:vi ,;o,. April 7.-Th !,'sicutific dle-
T.;.":III'i' of tlt' ULniv.r-ity of Chicago
ar. i, 01m-: phI:is f ir ti..striudy )f th.-
i. hlin- of th,.-mun w li,-h .',-nrs. M:y :'.
Th, f r,'.' iti (l.at.. of "t}I Y",l.: .,s -
r .: i.:,r. I t I tl;,'- .n' ','i\,. W i4 t ;r1' air-
r n:,n_' ] ;'i-a1.1:. |.... ir y of in i ?
.;;.i hi.i. m.: : r t, t,' th .-- M ;L:u-,i; nld
l i\ n ll1 : th l'. a'1 lt' -.l']> :- t -ri 'iviug
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l: a zr & Ki ig;-Inan i t.ive Ie-
Siv,. :t ,Ilii ca.r of Pre olrvets and
P'; -kl -,. t.t.iiinz ,', l c ises. T h,
art, l.; ilt< toi- El y.
l).,'u;las Shoca at White'-.

ATTEMPT ON WALES' LIFE.
It U.alls. M. ay Attmack. t 1de on
Queen Vietlrla.
LoDO,'. April 7.-The scatter bruinel
youth and his three franc u i.-stol gave
England a thrill that has not been quite
effaced by the knowledge that the Prinoe
of Wales was unharmed. This wa. the
first time the prince has been attacked,
though the &a&amdnation of the queen
has heh attempted five timnes-by Ox-
ford in 1840; by Pranisain 1442; by B-an
Lu the lmmne year; by Hamilton m Itn&5
and by Mac Lan at Windior in 18n3.
The life of no monarch in Europe habs
leea in danger as many times as that of
"(ueen Victoria, thougL, with the excep-
tiou of Emperor William, the hereditary
ruler of every principal country ha. had
one experie-oe with an asamain.


HEAD WAS ALMOST SEVERED


Ins.ane Taillor Cuts liii. Throat Ini Pres-
Peze of IllsVtre.
,NF.WPI'q)T. Ky., Apr-il t-Ol'Idthe
MA'st frightful 5l~i..1Cef l ts1-- ho1 i'4I1'V of
th4 iry1ta wa.-4 titalt of .44.' F dau.z. a
tailor.
In thie -7 l.4.a% Ili, lan's44 .1 ha''i'l:hi-
throait within r~azq.i44,afler ait a Ia.)'':u.
pk, ith ha-iihr, iin wiaa'bh lir 4JWU A-il. 44w'Ls
i~unw-rilt'd. A n..liaman Inllun'oIJ. 1'.
R te'il '1, w~wa,44ic ll'to the r.".''ute. (4-M41
ne-ar 1.'balag hi ep#wualift' in Lis v --at
,with th.e freiizt-! ikti, l.w. ~ I'd a-ta .
a.'a -tIt')I Il.Ave 1..- 11 jarI l~ip~tf41 liy Ill-
'.41iuit flu..iu t-10 i llj a ccu'tltaila!'k'i I f
Fwt I',z n. 'Aitrl v -v-s. '.!'--(I hi, i'. 4a(IIfr' iat
hi, b ,4'tv.


SprirP Feuer.


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4.4~ Apt-;I 7 .44ifir 0El' u'u.'r w)rz

It' il
'22 Iu'in.mor '4 the !*v.r1't44--ifth a.njjii--
Zl.41urfrf h"u. rit'cetvtd fl.'t'n-that thtn bo t
gFinerfli rha er Fd tbelin4Cothinz i

inI every rer-pect to ui ida-to- of
perder :arinith.1. -.,-e t!;e new rSpr ln.
arriva!-d! 3t Wh.4te*s.;SMOM


Iii':itizthe 'wuluti.r. .-xtrtl wollk i

owiltt''. th.42 a- v'ipa'j'-; or Iis of
bod. Spi4in' i:.? ai.1 -1 tulie to~m


I-fa'.ti~ttr'. $Stomachi Bitters.
, at-tv~'i, hIall ally o(it aor ?sprirag
io 'i !! 0 -w(ol d. It re-fr#- i'-,
:;t~~--.ri'-build.1. A Private He%-
St % OI0111 .'el:. the 11t'L'k P44ftI.h
tie.


(onqueror


nach Ills


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


the tcrm-, (4ofl~ of the incumbent
C. Wit rti-bards of control, the boeird has
drii'ld tattho-y are utieraffNeted bv tht3
fact that theflw now prt)4.id4'1 a diff;'erert
anettlu. ad of .O(l tiu ern amid that niew
l)o<EIhave tli'n fl el-t'+tedby the loia
ti 4.': -I,-'U --,eachwunV. T he.41111
bLudrd-. will h 4t41l till th-ir rl'rina exjllrv
sftvt riallru' .ta'Ia- g a t:tol d l.(11 1 t 'a d t.4
~~ ~ ii. a 1 ~ i -' t h4 a ft r11- m li X


I( M4-I.4.:' T t' T ..1 ...tli da I lilt' 1111.4-<
1I~ .*.:' xI te 1W. 'Par 4 41l' I, nNp1 *April 7-~~sfromn Al.
El~it, Etl (: 44 l1ll'1. lat la1 crit. 11: tPI-ii ii.l.1,1 : C 4. C I44 v,ra -dty L11i
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1h4'r.'~. I.. oi l n 'I'.. i Oi.' r I-,l 1 *' I t -4'e! La 1i ,,tJt, .i':a 1 t t!,nA~l hat thei .ua

I:) !;1 1,1.1. N :U:.4 i I a ii I (.I Ili Itht t.''Up-' AAv,)r of 1, 4' ioI vtrio 'r 4if
U h>.: 1' I''il, s it't~''. t lk- I on r.pa, Sir Fred -r:, k Mit -11.-l i I, ig.
I t~i, t44 ll o Pt I4 t .
"HARVEYV GRANTED N-a"NTRIAL A140.jt'.; tl'Iif Cl (ltI'4All.1. t
41 t, raiI faE.4 1 tC'14a1) ti) t 4.isc W !1,1+
()ecl-i-m off L~iwer ('0sa-i1'l.ii. 13t' 'day by tihe B a ~I'i 10 t ..II
Cour:')P ~sIt. ?.,4.V!.1. 44 %If 01-21l ,U0'' c.lIiUlu u ..tinfl
~b4 '.L.*4~ .':.Ai.t. .. Ai4P117.-Tht'! 411- wxaa
N 11a, rc the oat' '4.asU.1ui in imof lie nri~va.*rA
f)I 1-.)'_-t Ltin ill 1nl.41'1wai. kill,-d uidd mzii-a~r Wd- W..cUt~ift
w4. ir' 'd r.tL!&:,Ii..i-.:,'a-e if G(jJ- onn''?a wm m4a.4re'aptu~red.
c. .1vi -te.l *tit la*iaimrd- r )f'a js L-rd P. aberts replortt..Ito !h~e war
tuuth.'r-i:i-law fiii Barlmir ou~ ~w1lty. T. raf!'.ce frotm LMonufozitei.n. April! 6, a4
-fotlows:
Woanen. whl* YTiameC w. %', iS ryT. dis-ap- "Tb~e .'i.-maltie% at Rsddersburg were
P&'lI~.41 4(1f:tItri~h..;!-. '.eiiir.h was 'insU1ti- twt. 4)Ilioe.rs killed and two wounded,
tuted cnl ti' hr 4l'El,-# )ii/V Wi-,f14 lUjl~lljU -a While eigh vwre (purre; o emrn !i~
_bl.. ir 1*ua lreI 4ahi h iOE4"11i:Jakfl-d..igbt; wounded, i83.
wan h.I:4t. a h1xioIrepatittiinatb III un hlti al the r-4:t werp c-mytualre-. l. Our stirtig;h
trot'anl.- 4vi"Ithe wr.iiiaa. -was 167 flioujntod inlftitatiry and 4-N) in-
%% n',lx*I 'ut 4:- ewii- III) upffir triql Clay- fa~ntry. 'IhA eniwuy vw aiil ~1to he`3,ZJ.'2y
tA oo. w ~ ..' 'were aA.jt41t-,4 d-"- strong, with ilve gutit..
I~A 1l a f~e- a-* r '.( 'I iiaicl.' It i.' -prt i'that 'J*ul insidrgenr-., wl,'h
rk~. nr ,-litrL4.?a tfJ4.1'.viln--a(~ tii1ii e 4.4.was 4.vr;4 nw '.~a. th.~., Si r l41 il
4'~~~ Us.4l hiPXnd l2; ''Lt1' ll o_a'jIt14I.1h.nhar'lt aalWl -i
k~' l.'.av,.',et%.-.IL ,C'.' t(. t ~ t~ On1 th.e'r '"I to ii t j1h 4I4 ,, .1
1':.-.v k wt 4141 i 1'.t~ai 'tr'. 1''the V I~z~,nar.*~

WANTS TO 0- PRESIDENT q :i:


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1: wM'ith i 4 rita111i, 'lil' i pI 1 r i l.'p ~ .. : ~ '

r~1 ts 1d h.tnqel wol It beoIt e to~.II2 li 1 Ut'4I'' .&
t';,** ,Nuc

they weren't. WVhite'v.1.i ...~.

New let FFactory. AN ULTIMATUM TO CHINA..
hi
M4 )NT.lOMERV. Ala., April 7.- Mr.3lu'.f Slmppre,,I4 Ho'i-4 tar I'IJIcr- Wi~ll H
WV. J. BlEKwk, proment~ei of the Southern Laud 1troop U(
CGaimtonil coumpan!, and seveml W Uiop Aprili 7.-A di'.It,'!tI1 from
ate have rj-c nrniz*ed a new ice company g h~niyhaui 4-tv-, that th- Anierit.~un. Brit
thvt will be in operations by June 1. it'--9
will h. ituated on the'W'esit-ru m*rodiph, 0--r~mia a and lFr..,a'.4a atinai.t-re-havte
ne'ar rLk ofCt 114(o! that company. It s.'.lt a j,'itltnot'- to)til hebin.vta4'er .iirCign i
will li.ave L ain'cait- tiof 25 tons per day. offi~m domanilathig the t,)tal suppressio.n of
The inuthiuvry had bent ordert-d frona t!'o *Kjty uf *'Boxetq-' within two
thte York Matnuraicruring compa~any of ,l4id1 a iaonig ht-ltews
York, Pa tba powers ineaiutiaaned will land 1rri)P6 l
M urderers Sente~mied. mtdd mar,!b into the ilaterilir. northern
TI.1 4.j.Dro% ', Alai., April 7.-hint be rQ niceft Shani Tung and Clhi Li, iu or-
thI 4-r to secure, the safety of the forei~rteris.
cases of 1110 'statfv vi r-stis Curry aand te Aocordin- to the 'alian" dkptch the
state vv~r.us C111114'an. fthe jtrivs ~rumndere~d Animirican. Y fuand Frenach h'gatian14
verdicts finding buth guilty. arllxing the 'am now provided witlh naval gulards
deth pi enalry in the tiist ta.*' and life from the large gattaez'unec of' wur.'lbps at'd4
impril')anient in the hi~rt,.r. 'Nirry is Takii.
the negro who wasm chargttI vitb ffI~u Kun Yih. viceroy of Liatag Chang.
murder of Pink D"Mbhins, thk Clavemtiory v aa hall thrt*- audiences with the dow-
farner who was ftalanl Jl .ri,*' Uthir- siser emprem~ relative bi thtaemperorand
ribly butcherell and iianrgle.'C.it is bE-lieved that he has imfpfltsedl ber
with the advii-nbibity of re-atoring hisi til
I'Iu'ftt I Under $1 ,OMM Bowltn.. majes~ty tA pOwCT.V
Coi.untusi.- (I., Aparil 7.-F. V. 1)111- 'AniFcc'sioiiuI dose of PIKrT'IV B
Inr- a 'Ironp 'aIinlt y I'A'4aiff. hats l'". AsIf Flair-rius keepvilt th#4 ystpn) i
Ijl~l~ oeria-IrajtFvvif,.]lfilaj1.healthy, wardicoff dkseaip and main- 4


Remains Loyal.


BRISISH TAKE PRISONERS

Sinall Boer 1"or,-'- Surrl~r1eCINetr lKen.
bardt by lPar.,uii-iFourteena 1'rk,-on-
ers t dtil4Uonftowl)W E -..ape -J..1Aul
Br-itish ('a'miaaitl'. .at IIddtICr'lbiIg.


miau naler EiviixiJOi a:'a:alptr r. Jiun ati el-r
fo-d,'i'ato 1'11lIt vIi44..- ruth, ra i liflasy'
f vi Irk. Dt 4lh~r wu--a htldti UUt'r


l'tauieua Fight am D1t0-l.
ClTV Mi xii -". ApI ;A -A !uIi w"a-
1 r.12t i2n tht' Iort-,5j:,.4 4? th, City "-
t, rita' ly t4.44i W4.4' i,11'aI '2!Ia 4-I'... w itha
j,!*.lluaa!4'11jt f: a:'.f till't. t;air.0d. l'--

'ii' 4. 4jari d liii'14.4. w'-'''ti.. nda lu'
ti 1.1 4-~ I'f lIIr has' lt'.'IK-111rrt'. t--d. '1'ai.
afatiar 4ri.lt#-t4I a -'.:tI4:


New -prinz arriv.tl i:u ;ik N, .r.-
wear, at White's.

We will soon receirpp a
fine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
.lI(arston 5 Finch.

Cross,-tt's Young America .t" sIho,
for yourn men, the best shoe in th..
world for the price.at WVhite'-.


FACIAL MASSAGEc.
Wrinklp.1 can be wiped otit. WrirI-
klo-'. can he- pr*-vented. t'Iaetk-,(!it(II
be Pphfimiwtl.tI hout. All tiaii'. aind


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:- t''t:wotL~' iVet we tell v, u
thle in-rit-i if a purcha-e Yotcu aU.


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of phi b41pba?, aburu.rs al Piiu Pm... m
of thtm ni utkeig affidavit t1i.j6 ithau nis.
burt'rsaare nmu&.prak ti( ally lan't'w by an
Italian co4ntrou-tCor and thai they arp only
able to -1unhv aabout 301 evio. a dar. wbi&
iS Vh..1'iZVd 1u11ri~lthein t. r b:1ant.H
maaku, Halidulvir that Lm LItalmn gnaw&
abiitanud killed a 1almNrvrwwr ~ t-fr.?aed to
%VLlYk I't.*au-~e he Wu~..; :'iffvr:Ig from
fk, yr.
"irunk Q. .:)*. :.pr .i e t I lie tI
bernia SavingIg. natk. Itr.4.I.wriceo
thti gov.eruir t~tt.*i w Palum~n i4torv is
rmrtu, anud .atv., it ia a et~-zrawr .on the
ciriixh.11':o i4 uf 111t. jt the Vruvyho
1uK)rtir~. art, rr,.*..t. 1.

BILL TO AID THE COLLEGES.
M~r. I'llmi nanItuEmn'%ai not
3IeastiureIts Senaate.

mnc la~ihs Irli.at ini thot4 sewaft
wh .-hi-4of m~ ui hmrpr-mJ o I'* $tO h4 tel.

'Pio. I11'j4-, I .f ie 1'1d t1,tt.) alk;14y a P[ic-
tlrvi 4 t 'i,--r%,:. -.ljr.iN % the .mai%,of tbo


ps.1rflh4it.M 4 axuinitxlg rin-1 v..la~lurgy to
the ftmruvtira1ut."4ard in oem-
neti~con %iv Ish nl:~ ~h.m- 1.& I. rt Is,- bent&
of aed iiacultr, nil ii*" ~ tn Lb rnaioo..ot
of ', a*.-twtElf co-ug 44.'. aror,)%tAJuly' 1.


M-)BILkE. April 7.-YinAict1 l-:ti1eu1
JU1e ht14-11 111.01" with T. .1 ~. S,. 4 Wwor
tt&-) c4)Zirt r.*L U* 1v i ho- mj.ni'.iit Ef the I11

4.. -i..el r#--li*J::a. t tmaaar Ii- .1-en ul

11"'. i. v !).21.t lyji idg~iii.ot whtvL&
1iav .: i.i' y ,; 'ila,.t -l suirt ut M x".

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lii"l '.1 lIll, II; 11 ,*' (r. :l1ii1 11: f. alr-
S .<,r,.r, "ha-; ;- r, iar i I hv th* ,rv e-r
>f a trtl.grain trt-i ,a r .La -vilh'. ~. il Ml
was.< refu:.-tl n- th*. gr;.%i'y .,f 'i>'- hartfs
., not kut,,.:i. is -x:. '.*, :' ,rk. ry 'I*
.111 Delivery. 7
J4 K-,s;vitr-,s, lih .\l)'l ;.-Turn
lamiold, the- s-'.t.t inrplror of

Iloherte fatiily, hs brke jail. Fmur
u(gro lawbrpakers, who were otioni ed
n the jail with hinI, al*- e'apt-pd.
Ruin Down by Frelgbt.
DAL.).s. Apr:l 7.-John Ruff, a proW-
inut bubiucos, and bthuribhumi, wa rus
ver by a freight train lat night lad
nd killed. The body was horrtAy
rushed and maugled. He waAs o ye&M
id.
Heavy Court Docket. -
AsUV[LI.E, Ala., April 7.-Th.- cit'tl
ourt convenes April 10 with a lhir
ocket. There- ar"e 10 casws tn the etril
locket and 35 on the criminal docket.
R-d Hut I'rom The Gun
Wa- the ball that hit 0. H. Stand
nan of Newark. Mich.. in the Civil
Var. It caused horrible Ulcers
Iast no treatment helped for A'
mar:. Then Bucklen'- Arnica
,ilv. cured him. Cures Cuts.
Irui~- 4. Hurnr, Boils. Felons. Corn@.
kin Ei uptious. Best Pile cure ou
arthi. 2.' cts. a box. Cure wuartan-
?ed. Sold by W. A. D'Aleinberte.
>ruzgi.-4ts.


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Vote for


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:For Sheriff.

limp (JoZzeh $crivon fat1I-I
A-mrn drawers at w)* p a* iir. is
white s.

DURHAX Luiiar j have
no equal. For s~lo as
fl'Abamha,. to


NO. 56.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL ', 1900.


WHIlTic Added to Southern.. IE f T ff
I!JDlANANI.US, April 7.-W. L. c CA~~% I.TARRHflfl 11c
n.rkerO'efltmg ti- J. P. Ilc.gan s~yn. NClP 4 P % IN pare:
b of N-w Yor'n, st.-ited in tboUnited' RAUn
c-nfi~oda~y riutthe tyndki~zI,)ha4 rn flvi O
v-t-uLrvt.NI :.-w~i.- .t Trli rtgiz'o 15 of the Dl1Ifl1111P l en
N-wl~ip.ii. aud .-imi. s l10 on-('i
.la#..sri. :.---wl ud that- if a (1 %zc:!ot ai
~1 ';'.M~y _Ntb~ a'jic oto u,,'jot J' "Ely's Cr'UaID BalmYa
wouy (Ipit ~sntand
l~aart~z ~ ~Ofll ~ w u%e. ItC-whi~tibl nfo W (of t')
C.~~-A~e ~,A',il 7.-Thn euT~nf,s- ed q4ivf" 1.'ai. f C L ~H A
bf~P ,'irUbst. htirA ~azraTIVI for th,%'r It oer snd! le~mnevs the'NXitsl ina-i-atg"s -h%
C V- iti n .s yL -)April11, Allsis411raij.1 LA"tiorel tb' l,T'(t4..t,. Ar
to lo1,gjC! to tho rnational 00n' Sii,*1.& rus-.zf- j(se tit J)rjggj.. 4),by Elf
In C~vl in (Tieinui. 11,mU. Wharton 111HJAi-L; Ai1?-Z-I t- z. y M. .A'.
!j_.,rke-r, tintonfed as ac ftd~t or the ]KIN TIE!-.Ci
.11______-____-___A_-_- ... 56 arre'....t..,c- vw%.r i C J. 1.


willU be in I h (ty April 11 IviarnNlre,%ewIo-r
STAGE GLINTS. on a tour talrough tbo tgouth. Ca.Bun.
C It'glass lbuiIld~nj;ston" libecome pop-'
.oquelin bas Seurt'd fa bit a-s Mu 3DST. Lsittr5, April 7.(;eneraI John W,. ukar. people way yet "'live iii glass
Waljcan In a. drauian;!zation of "Les ~s;,etwaryof thu iflterl'3T under' -aose." eatne Iwre Invented
NierI s.Pri-sQtoeat 1lj.riSwi, hws been ordered ta In Franne and are now being r ade in
winl ii. Fox and 11,7=1r, rt. flaymond I 11,idit by his Rpiiyuveian. He is miad to: Cermuny. They are hollow, are filled
am making a tour of the music balls of b's threasa'ntd with poon wnonisadtwt rrfe i and iimtth n
Ioreat lBritain. I ufferting with throa Ut rublel &3 Qe re- withraneeof(leayirh?.atndbpermittimeen
pwhMay R.use willnt pin app~'s ear s~- ut fadiffusing the 8sunlight. They are not
$aoPublic untilOc-al nt=. inaperExport Houta Asaigna. Itrnsparent. however. and one on tile
letersfrm Eirpe iso tat w'YomK April IJ t~ Orows outside cannot see what Is going on
1uaewlcan goerfrortners are in great de- o H aWO w0.,wzi merll ,washed. The wels may berhas twe
Maud 0n the continent. :sa"oxpo'ter mside la a ignumant 6.,tried with surcesit in an operating'
Jgepb O'liara. we'llI LowttrIS 3as f room at the E117zalwtl hospital of the
meber of vartotiq cowriii' p'ra I-or- d~ Sisters of Mercy In ('.6sel., (ermanyr.-
g4M Is ritak-ing a corcse'rt tour ofIt re- A 4 ALob New York 'rribline.
I m- Ittmoeiraitc i rsItivarleso;ard Con-~
Vbytllais ankin. 1llsrry 134n;1r iVert, itt. n -ct icbvelc nlvn!
i I~n It:.y wll osi.lcy ie i th It-olved. Thotts acnrv@-ntionnof thP l-m'in-h i*e, bit Whi~jt'4.
S of rheirt tllldtIE.- to Ii''pt'041111'. *cr,.tt n iatt of ps~IlU"t.t.i V hvs ii Icw
48d I loo don.whe" it w ll 14. c lledL t'Wewi "lain t 12 ("Coi'S 1~ .0.)151 El 1 t14.
litb day tif Ar H. io so, 1(r Is:-I~ vlirri p Ci 1 ?
i 1, t 0 ;-..v1V-4.1 wltotiit8 L-'I T.- (I*-) (p- Isit'I l ri3, .. -P LITIo;1,I J AN N OU E14IM~
Sarah its'rnm~r'li is i l '. r' :1V( i7`10-Sof '-anl si4i i.Iho I'Sr v -
sainesI~ isr- Ciatr a tiCtr.ow.'tit,'o tiiapi-o 4tta(of c ..
~alau'i '.l r ..rI. s i~r :t I l IlaifIt.l'SI ii(i- f-i.".s-I ~~I- .K-: .to.fire sO c :I,. a 0 "it

ile rr616. it VI1 i!U11111.4 1V! l f I l -


rdia all e i IzJmW to.-' Irf th 1, 1:N1:.V U.I II i 0*r I Iq:- crt tlir-rrnf V.
"Cik jd Iha'Vj;d-r:I 'w'tlto .t, -r-s a 1(0in 1f41I rd.d't
;, ('n' I*: rIV:afor1-' b-. 'uia ~ -' .rilr-
9.ri of i.,I 10 Iia 'k (n 'ofp Si- to1 fi.'sic
olad nip' crl- 11!9 I.5 O i'lr ~ii' a-lV'.r.i I'oi s,, i~'a 'II'
W as tWa l e I'i)isl A (f' the Ias '- 11. Ik ii*. III Oil)iind 1ei.airi V,

.'ii:4 '1411 :ir--Y anrurIe uI:I 'If S. A a. d I l'AAI

OW [r .- il CO r i P\-11i L sW Il''..sl f Sutillu I1Li w."L f a iti. I; k'-i r

7''a rI on 41 ol j14I iiri Ci'42 5:issrLtSr n i c hil tsrf o s bfh6a o r41 t t e os.us,
1" ihE 'UR RVI Vl. a-hrf. i isi&1id11t fr 4' k1al4irl -, or Clr k if)the-, rtit e-rt
!'rofthe I.IAif, eiis 1:1i(I n ftil bao d .-iu--. aniat Iri '~Aiit- i-."f E.cctnabU ~le~ia cOut""astki Iiiag lcto
Sorom utero 's dneli'la i. .,spr'o lau. %'o.Is. a,, aesddi~nr(.uit sv.ir .M.t MILAN
going e to- la Ils'i) Las a rorldk' ltoI-icon-sltit fcr5i-i'itII, pt. a ca Ifsoai Ia' IfIor annou none my candida cy for Ct-skf ir
thi ecsiii. lua.I o.* 'I. in'- i-nat iiv O tlt C sh.ruit C urto f Esc sibacoinb a tcot lieV. Ukl- ii
he p131'-r- ti-rOfii oelininailwr- af is lit) i'hiai f or I(oa.to 1te esun ,slCrai
I~rd 'l~iiisn. a i~ wa~ hippe to B fird.a vpriidaefrk.r ary*rle'i(fI i'Ihlao- piForClerkof he iL F L.it '.i NIL..
THE TURF REVIEW. I~~~('rt a uCIt.-r% uilt -for I'n iii cisfyin-lasi it vn esb anuc *tIfa addM
Englnd li,-. ~ ar s tin. I ts(a-ai, itiCl1-55 lcl U 'Di A. or. a tsi' Is. cc- 5 Of hfor 54. Il. Alid i timr cl'rk ofthe iru-kour
5:1raeps tio a exhlitos will.Joe,:4., p.I aai. urt-, iUana--dsiy.Iforc it-Iis i J106-lt (i --my if Aprualte ii-ingu~-ti
1:. sirlac f. .r li-. IPrpinct,- if o~(If' d et .I"I[- adasTo k l the ot p otofsli l t-rhevta loi n
a,--it he date for fti'Iork tfith4 cs i-krSal 4'an rr. ia
OS.k E.n'! lar' is. 2 SC& is- ll.I -' 'd fr o tCSlls 5''L i c -ii'~ i~IF'll. s ibiaitCo orCiimsl nit Cile 1.' p. ed
this. L. la% i'l1 ," f I- ircuit oturtPa.. W.of. Etci, :s.pi'nL Cr.; i.. ti' Ee::oli,--
I 1111.5 Ic I i- 1 I a '. ':1 r a'l t t iiatss'a for tir. a a-Pw ch-r- ,. o 4 Ni s -sr iii. t o t i'h, actiono~f ta'C n sui nst f a- a cn riattc-
l~ird"ClNnt.n.-2 iNak 1 was .-i- ped.to tioucr rI i-iti-rt o'ieatio' (of it'*' lit-i110- 1j. F:. 1-
iit I-r4 f SoiIIIIII 0 111 o, lrzia ri'o *t .~ i O i' 1 P It u i
Englane d ha' Ma rle l.c 55 fit is said. W01 l'o .-..':n'' '. -entl. ThoursIV % ;A'- .il. Slid-oorhe r etiaf C~ i '~rk.

'''ti'la-a fl-.:t C. 'Hit-. pk-rt-i11ToI I i p N ot" s of *al''l'tIY ty
ipr ofii the aMiet ofclerU:A t' tits--ie- nc ro. ..,-tirt(i
Oa '.'-I ltar-n. isl -Ikid -,I.. or i t l'ri-I:c o C. ~rtV. 4crt:'5a1 Vi." sk i,-V '..- E e \ it oi~v mll ilb l-lite
(' I -t Shiel d:a!, :ifa:1 :I ''*.it. V 5 I1;i5'',s il c lj -i' Si- voer. Ice,vr Ta: Ae-1.',;- *' I. %K A
X slit: V.- IIlu, :-.
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a:--' 1 1.1.!'.''' hlY'' .. N. Fss rk:,,.Ill~tcto-:Vi. W. 'iu t flsI..u -..'--...nuro f T-.lnvt.:.c a '2. a

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tX ni arLSSIIIL, ortl' i* l At N '., Ca~pt-5to.l-'v, s :1.- iori ''-If foK-.' .a L' III.-
ih~a~t ihtbtV p arl 4lp tii 1Itt' at mg.lisS i' ik. -I A'.T Fs i:~~n.- It.-1' Hr- 1..1.- I -,I:ttwnt~a'. iom:- fI!'c ,*- 1 aa ; ait.t
.1.re j IVIlr-e C t. h ttli~ -% rn'ir**. cler-k C' 1 1'sIa 1. T..-- -_I,% -r-


Ata ar:sis 7 st-e'. ~ un br i-i'. 1 "i,. i :i...' tq~-. 11 .. ti,. -I--t .for-
ll;:t1it' ll% 1\I r eltu eIil. lr' I'Ia c :- !!I- an.o .01-.lt
woed a:0 f -& aSI,'- l~it~laof (Er-- TC N .1- -.1. C'- a \C.1.VI-t.J---1' 4 1". ~-
j r It -,...I-ll L' '. N C a,:I Illn"''-. 1 C"a a* 'I'II N.atli.: 5'. -i '-ait,5 '5.. 1-aI. I -
'c~iI& Fts' c,,it in-li'' il -i. ii. ,-ia. o art i I to .'rS-a-t of''Ilia.i- tn 06 'S .
; -t N .1 2 W a .F P .. 1 .- -
1:1Oi; H.-i,,vi rk F r ipu it T e -it.er
No be ter Cgar1!r1 ::'-i;- r. Iti.I, ..,

HA --tVlrn ete -L. \ % 'l.>. -1)P .f* i
M. r .z 1>5 at-1- 1111%ic I "lA tt o-- I.asn ,- i-al
C o ea r.. o it, -f o of 111 ,W \k',iAk It,,55(,*- i
Ce tz 4?1.N4t d a v i: 2)ttZ 11 \ ..-:,.rk. !I.,. J '%-
F~r Infants and Children.P1, I'N,k. IN ---------------------------------.:,d.a~ia
more u wt*rSWviv d. b t th .l Ii t'ii stil.*


We iI 114a.--.-I'fo
lficent -cla land- .'o t Iv 1 --ki nr~
aik'tew A-r L im TV
w~-aid M"
~ Wi~s a~ll- I -, I. 'rot off''y; -- -
a iii I. -mi'1*1 aIll. Z-- --I'a -)f5- -a'? i 55: b a
by Mars ~'ton A- Finch. -Call -i -j.
a .. i' i I. 11.a1V '. .C:A C-v I.
Itj 1 -e /r14crie i-m f th e017 A /lt CC- A;1i kti .'.t1it a .. SiC-1-td. 1 '1 t ''n -Iu! I~ 'r'illt l iic r i n-l. i


bu ft i t e r'ttt eIa3 e 'j 1 -- c'14 'i -- 11. A-at r7'.a :.-& kr,1.: ?'.-tr i-.fto s.. ,,tarto


I will repair your watchesarnd


T or'l't f % I'am ''.
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i'codim of Thleves
iN'h.April 7. LxEidofli i~. ap-
L-n,-yvto bo *suedfor the !iixt few
Ithl( jof c.l I 5,,i. v-. forlihiU.



I-.an, .!i



:1rl-'.l niporr from
d-l :i: Si,-' s* vas built at
a-: ir'.,vi. W. rknanClark- &
S~~~~~.~m r..~ ~ j,4 tls iset. i
feet ~.i... it't lioxini with a dt-pthi
I4 foot. Sho iq iti with a refrigvr-
ig ji:.in wt h a ca.1 (t iv'tV for 10'1,1ARX)
qj.,',-'..(of ~ie.Tiilj-m plaist hass.jbont
nile.' uf ~ ~ IgfI ,r cir4'ul~tiagbrine


4Sht- -.cudeofl hvi. Si'110any more.
lie-I couldn't.
f~be m..-Iti-c-a- Ph iladt'lihia Bulltetin..
Rbe Was Sure.


I a ar I. r f

(Arod S1 4aC rc .5ia -at.'Uin
In a1--,.t a'',p at I-


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


Suit'z for the little fellows. with
Double lre~iaztpd Fza m'y est~ tho-
(It.1thznig that ever happened, at

EVERtY DROP


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Chinese and Jap
*--Fancy Goodsz*
riNE CITINA TEAS.


for Infant3s nd Children.
The Kind You live Alw .vys v~ou" !ht h.. Ir t, het :- .
tore of Chias. 11. Fletch<-r, a.d I I bi' h en irfae l111iI. r i,
personal super*.i.-iot for o\er :') years. Allow no i.m
to deceive you in thi.;. Counterfeits, lomittiou, a;.,i
**Just-as-gimd" ar.' but. E\ w*rintents, and endai,;-r it.,
health of Children-Exp.rience agaln.t *-jzpriran-tit.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
,e9 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.




Chase. H. Turner,


*.ARCHITECT+-


General Contractor




A Complete Plumbing Department under *
Management of E. B. Morey.


SA.S I -. ir i :: li ( ir-ftiy ". I 1 t
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No. 19 Palafox St.


S Telephone No. ~i


Citizens National Bank
OF PESACOLA.


L. HILTON CvREEN,
PH F- IDE NT.
T,. E. NWF41,E1, FS
VICE- PRESIDE EN.s


T. E. WELJEF-4. WM. FIo~l1EU.R
11lf F,.-E t: i i Irnda:Co 'i.
L. IfILTONO(HEE-N.


JUHN F. PFIFFEI''PIR.
R BM.IUSHINELL..
AANT. ('A-If'


RIX M. hol.1% -


A General Banking Business Transatled.

"e,,' > ,~a" w~ ts HiAndle.d en, F'.orable T.',:r. '.
Chany ioulht and oJld, 0'jl)!pc.:
-',;:'!7T Att-nideoi To.

AC-LO NTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,

SIUi llM Y OF IT FLOilIA!


Our Address

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Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


The WeUl-Known,
Up-to-Date Store



EN$TZ & CO.,

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Ship Cban'iier1y and General Hlart
Is AND dolip It5 1. PAIFOX UTRr.t.

REVERE COPPER ('PANY. JOHN A. ROMBLpN-0
GALVANIZED -WIRE ROPE, A. RU8FL & 140.
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C -*cKerzje (.-i (.c~.,A.pnt for Bar Pil":-. i:

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9 1900


SCROFULA


The9BiLashtn

DIsease of


na:', ---c;" '- r,,.li and LoT:..-.r: )tion are alike ; they dev:'op from the same .,en- -_
*..l" caus-s, both are hereditary and dep.rindent upon an impure im- FVH
i ,,ishdl ,blo l supply. In consumption the dis a.-e fastens its< f upon .
k 1:' :: : in: Scr : =la the glands of the nreck and throat swell and suppurate, causing ugly running sores;
I!tX t.' S-' ar: i:..'ame an:d weak ; there is an almost continual discharge from the ears, the limbs swell.
.t ., :.. a-: I white swtll:n. is frequently a result. causing the dise-ased bones to work out through
the I. r 'I:" n.es-rba 1- pii ard sufft-ring. Cutting away a sore or diseased gland does no1
S, .. tht- tm, is po:-ont-d. The I scrofulous taint which hlias probably come down through several
-en-' 3:',r.s has j plluted. every drop of blood.
rt.la rejui-rs vigorous. persistent treatment. Ti- l1l..o.l must be brought back to a healthy
S "' c,-::1';on '.-fr:e the terrible (dlia.se can be stoppet'l in its work .-f destructi,,n. Mercury. potash and
S,, '.. t .' ;'s oni. :',ir.. u-uailvy iven in such cases do iaore hair than good ; thev ruin the digestion
4d-.t:i -lave the svstein in a worse condition than before.
..: icine that can reach dee;p-s-e td 1lkxxd troubles like Scrofula. It goes down to the very roots of
( v\: e m )o:; ot tof ti' .i lod S1 S S. S. is their only purely vegetable blood purifier known.
f-r:: : w '. it 1< ma :e contain wonderful blo 1 purifving pro' ,cr'* s, \% which n long resist 8. S. S. siimulatts ani lpurif-s thit blood, increases the
SA VE THE CHI REN. appetite, aids the digest and restor-s lieltl and streui.th to the
enfeebled hIKlyd. If you h,.l e reason to think you have Scrofula, or
:.... : *i.. .: ...i. '.a :" .'.i,' t wait for it t, 'ev-lou ), ut b-egin at ncei ie use of S. S. S. It is a fine tonic and the
.. k n. as it cont.:ins no jxisotnous mineral-. S. S. S. is pre-eminently a remedy for
.-, -. '* ...- ;' cruof ln f,, w h1 -,.- i. ];: l1er the, n-n
,' tll ltt a ',it r .)

e.7.. ce ,y cin ho have ma, lle
S, thi-i I', u. vy ur Ci ot :t I:Tl e
; *....- .: ;,;* -' .: ... ;..-pTr.,mpt and c'a'reful attention. W -u make
., : : AIddrs. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA.

THE DRESSY WOMAN. CHIMNEY FIRES. DAILY MARKET REPORT.


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n*r t.-~ScH.n ceome
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;e -ii'j~att Is lar ovr-
4 .~n theb.-twoiifabries ar-
*.-' -r Lvvire. ext to a in1ee
.ar~iiii be entirt- skirt from
U i.the diniitranin a vpry
an Pu4iVe~iietjamn guipurehase". in
~;llepattiruis.u brought on dei-
:t !1eheh'. ur.' much usewdby'
,A1ivr, audtid iwdaata'e for trim-
..i, Ptb giwne in ilke soft
Le %I .prrnK jnikets tfor yoc~thftil
"a'I iIri ta d.w i collar anid ht iil-



's loalw% v Ml i: h -iiAdq ided dee.-
:t. re t t(. N. meri atitig thenet1w
1hi.-tiih~. to:t fovr Th..se uwli., Mak
* '... '.t Iit.,irwt- tsr tin entire
!!*I-- it 1111.1 Kiri nil injacket.. ialla e

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~. 'io. latl'tiare in


TAKING THE REINS.


Pilat, N. N~hvi::.- hoT..

'iihbii.4,. '-L.t. that 4 "'tiwr.
lehis u'A110-14d IaD
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u ~I r InI Bilt4 0no -:I I I--t ItIig
i twr. anrd i a6tia. ntu'.(I

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c u t tr. :t II lWIi I ist

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$I-.. aT*. a I nit% (U.'it, tli

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,v-, ithe t...rt wAt bied to I)&-

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Why e1t Iwn (oinonly I feed to Pit COTTON.
Them tout. NiEw YctvK April 7. ,rlP ClWaS
I: :i unts ," ..a.y 11r.. it is Jauuiry ...... .. .. 7 .3 .... 7.L0
S I: '. 1 l l i. 11' .* l' 1 1 z:1 < v I i en r:l a ry .... .. 4
1 : ..' \ 1 t \i i:lt < o in s A ... ... .......... .
S.Ap.uL ..... .:........ ... v 3,
u l .,ti -.., i1 '., '. lt iy .. ... ............... ....
> 1. % h:: 4 it w n it s m] u t a lne.. .. .. ..... ....... _,f .... 2 2
A u .us t. ................ v li .... o
U a ,.. -, i a" Ik,, a ,.', ,n,,. s AVL etm ow ....... .... 4 .... 40
\. i" ** T:* ': l' *,\ ;iixt';i i h-llgt i ; tw;(. mot w .......... .... .0 ... I
'1 :, [ ::r ,I\ purpos. in Ithl)ro in; .Salt letW7m- ............. 7 V .... 7
Wy N.%; !.m..''11* :4,1 11i' Oem ber ........ 7.15 .... 7.901
"o :. .:. .:.. l r>i a iuing .hibnum- o bottom ecood sttodv: middling up-
n. \ ,. t,, ,i'slo.l, 1th,- lml:t;i .,so t. la dnd"s middling gulft i0; sales 1,110
I hiiuiey ir.s hiii in 4 ,.au7s l lby tit, ilgni- hileA
t;U.u of tii' s4,1t clinging; to the Insidle OSR&A AND PROVISION&
of tlIh chian,.iy. Salt is used for this OlOOAQ. April 7. OPv CLOss
p:irlpo-. uot alone le(-ause of Its pecul- W.alAT-A id......... .... ..'/
iar eff.'ctive.u ss, but also because it is tA.. M .J..... ..6 .... 6-
soitlihng available for the purpose WSA Stnbew .
that can (-ilnliii(oly tw1 found at hand prL .....
in a house. It is thrown down the 6. ............ ....
chimneyy in such a manner that t will 0"- ..
rattle down the Bides and by its weight Ul41-prnl............ *I
knock iuf: to their chimnney's insides. a-- ...... ... 1...
A ,'ucket of sand has lwen put to the M ....... 2... .. 12.70
same use with good effect, and some- .-Jay............ .... It.
times. a shuttle of coal has been poured LAAp-April .............61L.
diown thi.'- chuney, the coal bounding LA a...........036 ...., 6 M
S .. ... *.... 6.TS
alioiit iron) .side to side ai It dropped i ...........
antl so dloi-dg its work effectively. F-ila" ...... .... 6.'/ .7
So >eltinis a bri, k is taken from the .MM-O-July .......... .... 6
ciii1nn.-y its.-lf and, tied to a clothes- NAVAL 70ORD&
line. is Laul.-I up and down the chim- WILMIWtlW. N. C.. l .-
ney. with te same result. At the RptnfsteSady ad uco.ed pts
h,,:rtlh I1.low or at the bottom of the (OCrude turpentine quiet at. .ls.ft
chiiiiliny % hNlrever th.l sharks may fall retsipts K. Tar firm at $1.31 uelta
thltre is, stailtilol a n11:1I with al plail of
S:,.t. to pAt out r AH. April 7. Spirits ta urn-
drlp Wat.r is not Iiluyeld on a chii- sp la. xM. e1e-'w IuitO MMlwpta l1,9M.
nvy tfie lroi:i a lo .s,. ..awuse it is nIt emf test. *exporMllU, NMe
[i,, ,'--.: 1 1. ; d lir u :!',-r w oull 4 1, 1
,.n. ,:,,:, .,.t nii .:ire. DURRHAM Cigars are
i. .i:ain. ,, cauild by a fire in a the finest 5 cent smoke
,'i :;! I". : t I Is i.n:n I,,t.s Try them at D'Alem-
hl io\'\, r. 1a h ;n;.'ty fire I;inight w-(irk it- berte's.
\\ iy iii'n : 1 ilililng nn t-o pr..'e i 'do
st- ,. T; a nidl tl.rcl'.o:'a slig l ;t as I:.\ Medical tty, Arti tion
!..iv > 13 I l .*!,, "ll -* or" H!N tl,.ry lliii, t..t
:... isn at ......In....s n i iii.. There will be a regular niei-t' ,
I,.i, .thi '. 4y ir. the Pensaco.la Medical oc' ,ty a'
i. il'a pt i,,t nutil c ,inily the Board f Health e lit
th, t:,au:..r d,..-,'r.rd.-I- x'lauuie. o'clock p.m. Tuesldayv. April ol. and 24.
..... Visiting physicians are cordially
A Comrr. iuvited to) attend.


1tiyv sa1 .- said Mrs. Oli'iox, 'tha.t D. W. McMILLA"N. MD., UPP m
Mr. \Wi.i,.il .y is a rolning iian." Presideut us
"'1 should say he was:" her hu.-banll E. F. IlRI'CE, ,M. D..
snnrle.d. "Hls twon coming evVry secretary. 25mt
In Now, U-tc-Date n iortoire,
n,.iht v er since Mall got back from --, U-U-U t
Florida.'--Chicago Times- lerald. Nobby Children's fancy -u for
San ever u storearly spring, at White'.-. Prices-10, 20 and 30c.
Our i. an ever busy store, hecanie "- I *
of attraction-, Cotstant, variiutq. and MIT F
dependabl,. that appeal to) those who EM lYMNT O-i MONDAY NIGHT
I believe that "money should buy Ring up 3S2 or call at the office.
ioney'-l worth." White'c. 11 North Palafox street, when in
needof a carpenter. B. D. Hotfman, Fighting for a Fortune.
'Call lor Stite Convention. Business Airent of the Carpenter's
('t!l for a atate Ilemocratic convention to and Joiners' Union. will furnish you 4'HA.N;B OF PLAY NIGHTLY.
ti.tr.!I at Jacks-ouvlille. Fla..Tu.esday, Junie with the desired help on short no- -.
I,. k; tice. li2.5tf Ladle- free Monday night it accompanied
I h -.-itrnocratic party of those stt.vt of Florr. by a pe-rsor holding a paid 30-cent ticket,
ida Aill hold a -inate convention at .Jack- n- It reserved before p. m. Monday.
%lileon Tiu-eaVy..iune I,. at 12 noon, for the Iron bedsteads are cool,
ftoI'" l ptria-i).c: -ur7 7 7:- -- -
Tio ch -. d-legat- to trepre..-nt the state COmfortable and(i durable- e
in ith* national detcmcrar ac convention. to .
- h- iat Kanr.sas ity. Mo...iulT 4. ,1"o.to f st what you need for I igestion 1
enontiihtt,'candidatres for the offlepm of .ov-,
Snlor,. ,i. Ju-tilri of the Supreme- Court. Isunmer use. Call at M.Tars-
a t*ecr vttry rof State. Attorney-( neral. I
< ..ipt rollr. Treasurer. Superintendent of tOn fc Finch's and select W e challenge the world
Publ c Insitruction. culture. a Railroad Commitliioner for the on.
',-utr.. a o,, COm,____o,___ t,,_ _,_ _one. to produce a remedy equal
term of four years. four Pr sldential Eloct-- tp o d UC remedy equ
or. and four alternates, to be voted for at t the Matchles s mineral
I!th next ratular sta'e election, and t to the Matchless mineral'
trianart -ucb other busine-a as may come t
b'r. r. th convention. te o th r f -
The different counties In st wwll iaterfor the cure of In-
,'iil dseillates to the convention upon the -
>ii,..wn ba.is ,of r-opr- ntatlon: .-ne dl-i diestion, Dyspepsia and
.,tt fir e~ch oon hbundrtd votes cast for die i, dDyspepsi a
tI!- a-i, .inl t itonil the state ticket who r- r
,-:v.d the hightist number of vote- at th all forms of Stontach, Bow-
- an.fi el election of li i. and on adda iti ional
\. ,t,, lr the fro tion ig 'cn 1 x 4' there,-f.
., ..i t, n,..t.:, f tiofy or e ore.. 'The el Troubles and Skin Dis-
,'.,i 1ii ilt--' :lt- ,ti-.i alliied' ma l t tlio'lat ri p- i .,"
ih .--*iio .tb r- ot -i* a uty f, eases. Guaranteed to cure
RZ cl no ll -of ]1 ,14 it) any eouii ty I
"*; >t' i--i l i vi" -tit1ln' rIl r f r tihi] rule'
,,u ,. !. 1.r..it,,,.o,,n 1. o,,- or money refunded. Cost
I ,.c,'., !.. o /,nl5 cents a day to use it.


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1m 7t -itrl&n a yd 'ec relafrin 'if t'tic a11 i
.,: cl. tri t'1for tla I p.1rp'i-, q f .
10. *toht'e -1ltate cO41V 11 1itma nr-
I ,, -TA lto KH'oi .. itacw I.
p tt -1,y (,', I lit, rie~iis of e
t i. t' ~ l ivert .0(. ot-ittber 'uith a i-t if
n~uwni. af th county t17 evle~]i ve Cf'1fl liii-
an.... lit t b,- icl ~ e-cittate-d the
c. aisirman and eeC'cretary of "uch *.,,qumatjet..
,J. C. C.0"irpke. 4:amnuiari.
StrrEary.I


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFER sq.I) IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A's So!i by M. Perry aild w, Yates.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--*
Prompt Dtlivery a;il ati-factit
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 2 1.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 26S.


One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru(ffists:
ails.o 1'. T. Green & Co. 37"
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

WI. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Te<,timonial F'rnin Judge Gaston.
IKREE.NVILLE, Ala.. Aug. 1 .!-.'.
I take' grtat pl-easure in certifying to the"
u:rinty and the in-ritof 'Wilkineon's Matcb-
l.... minerall Water,. This natural nIn-ral
t.)i.'t, to inly personal knowledge. is taken
,nron a well three miles east of (ireeiiville.
thlie eac't condition In which it is sold. I
hiav aeen thib water used. with wonderful
.u1.ce-%. for dyspepsia. Indiebtion. seore
..*v- t and for eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for there troubles. I do not believe its
equal -xolt,. Itis highly rcomme-dedby
physicians for a number otf aiseasi.s.
ZELL (OATO!9.
Judg, of Probate Court, Butler County.
Alabama.


TEXAS CLOUDBURST HOW LE B31., HU BS. 0.,

DOES GREAT DAMAGE NEAL INSTANCE

ra vae n T n rft A ^ 1 .... -. t


In Its Wake.

THE WORST STORM KNOWN

Six Lives ICevourted Lo],t-Plassenger
Train PlugCe. Into. Wasthoiut-Sev-
eral People IReJported IIurnt-Lo.s
Will lie Enuornous.


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Real Estate Agents,
PENRACOLA. .T..A.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THF
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLAIN E
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCZB coxPNIS. ....

Uhp&.;i] afnUT nf t hp Pnnitfhlp


Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.

*0--GOLAY=4 -

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

W. F. GONZAbEZ & CO., Prop s,
M anufacturer- 1


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, .veOaku
No. North Palafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. "tll't4 oi
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. ally inv.t:e
Voice- ulture. Violin and Plano, Leipaig h. R. T:t
-) st':n; also (uitar, Banjo and Mandoln.


W. 0. W.
Camp No. I Woodman of the
World.
rat and third Friday night In
th. Visiting sovrteigns cordi-
ad. W. W. WAreoN,
AxMe.ChIrk. C. C.


a)dd Fellows Hall. Warrington.
Monday, April16, 1900.

Tickets '50 cents. Ladies Free. Free
Transportation on Dummy.


P3-EBTE RSB3,
OPERA HOUSE. 0-PROPRIETOR OF-o

ONE SOLID w EEKCRONIeS SALOON
-o-.--DEALER IN-o
-PHIL AND NETTE Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cipars.

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JUG TRADE A sy^n ellrAITY.
Corner Belmont and Devilliers Ste. PENRACOLA, FLA

Cold Weather
0om ng. Pend In ,'
ordersand letus fill your bin before s
cold snap arrives. We will send you S
best coal you can procure for either bakllg
or heating purposes at reasonable price.


Telephone No. 147.


Tpompso0, 01seq 9 0o.,
Dealers In
Coal and Wood,

officee and Yard: 8. E. Corner Zarrage
and Railroad Btreets.


JUST OPENED.


liV Cumn :oftaunt ~ Cd. 5a


*--averyinmg New ana uiean.--
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meals Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Reilar

leals Eact Day

25c Each.
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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEA.ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.0() to $1.5 i per Day. \LODGING:
v.15. and 519 S. South Palafox Street ,. Pen.ac.la. Florid. 1 25 and 500


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafz Street.
All Kinds oa Plumbing and Gaa Fittingp Materials Kept on Hada
INAMBM-IM2 W -. V r AOtOIjLA.


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A LU .T IV. A p r il 7 .- T h i-s se ,ti; n w a s ,' ,ti 1 u u l llo a . ..
vi.it,-d by a .o,,dburst this nimi, ai g a Life m 0ra ce c Of oce o the cSBTOCK 'PEED.
3 o *-lock a"l the entire couniv is iui-
datted 1itt Statels. Patronlz. Horn. oIndutry. for there t
dated. every rvnan you -houlid huy your Meal *MI
tt,,ek Fo from the Homti. Manufacturer.
The C.l..r-,i river has rinu 11 f-.*,t iu ro itPO lclT byn o dtlni you t encourage a home aruds
thrb-e hours an.i is still ri-ing 3 f3..,t au try. Your money : left inI tho community
and you in turn are i directly beoneie.
hour. VWE KLY CHEDULLE. InI fostering the home manufacturer you
hqt itir. l n' tr n'* oeilntrthutX to the Cati( o(f labor. YoU owe
As a result of the storin a bridgeio on F'R STEAM DIVISION It tit thae cmmunlty In which y.ou live a i
the Intetnariiainai, Great Northern rail- PENSAC(OLA I'LECTRICTERMINAI whi'h contributettoyour support.
ruad, 15 miles north of here, was washed BAIIWAY OOMPANY.
out. wrotking the St. LIAmis southbound Trains l-ave Penaecola for the Littlet PROFESIONAL OARD8.
caniioni ball trihi. ng th, n IUl, Bayo)u., P.alm-tto Beach, Warrington, Navy
tl,(c'lii oYara and Fort Harrancaa at
the n.m.al .ar, o.u. .i-.,n, coach ai.n a: inm.arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.i Dr Mar elWlu5 ?QrearV
o)-l, Q.le..r. Quite a ulini iil*r f ,eT opli lo-. io.m.arrive at Fort Barrances Ii.46a.ro I
ar. ri-pr retd burnt. 1 inm. arrive at Fort Harrancas 1:46 p m
8:;;,pp.i. arrive at Fort Harraneas. 4:15 pm
Thl. ,iunage to this ..ction of the state t:15p. in. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:10p m Physicia 0an ,
will le humnirtd. ot' thousands of dollars. *x:,'i p arrive at Fort Barrancas :45 p.m
Thl. Atui.titi and Northwetsterni railroaut Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa- lI.iMdence. Hotel Escarinbia.
cola at Plin. !:.
i. a s.ri'Ks 1i...Tr, I n1o- trains axe 11ing 7:.'3 a. m. arrive at Pensacola ..... 8:S1 a.m n o e. I Alemrte. |ulhrlii Ii sooUth
o Pirated today. R'-orrs froin all -e- ll:00p. m. arriveat Penaceola........11:46p.m Palafox Mtreet. Plihne ti.s
tioi.s tributary rto the Colorado river re- *- ': p. m. '~trive at Pensacola......... 2:46 p.m
ort gr eart dtniai ti)o pr4|rty. .~,- p rl arrive at Pensacola 5;45 p m ----
Su g t pro .p. m. arriveat Peasasola ......... 7:4pm
Ult ionfirimed rimor isay that a faintly :4.5 p m. arriveat Pensacols......... 9:80p.' m l. W M. jDsw.JaJs a .
of six net.r. is living in Show rivtr, w vst .,arurdays only.
of heive. were drowned. In e:Tet le.c. 1st, IS OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Dru gIter.
People living in the bottoms had to BUNDAY SOHEDUDE.
leavw their hnl at 4 o'lwk tis nioru LeavePensacola. Lv Fort Barranoa. REBIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree
leave~ their h tnies4 at 4 uY i ck tlhismorn9 A. :n. 10 a. m.
ing, the water having flixwldIt them to II a. m. I m. -.---
the depth oi 3 firet. I p. m. 2 p.m.
Re rts fro.t Concho river above here 2 p. W.. m P arean, I. D.,
asy txhe worst atorui ever kiiowi is n ow 4p.m 6 pin
racing there, attended by los of life and 5 P m..m. nomenathic PiyFlC2l nc i 1rSlm,
property. ep.m. fp.m. =
A telephone mesaagte rto'aeivedl fprom P .fPARK p Foa WNrE DAYS.
A tleponems reteivEofo Pensoola to Fort Barramncas and return 46e Late of Ocala. ial..
LaLGrange ast uion states that the big Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... Offers his profesional services t i-
dam of the Colorado aiver at Auatin Pensacola to Palmetto Bech and return iAs rsens of Penea tol.
broke at 11:25 o'clock. A large flood .t PARuO rO sNDAT Especial attention givetO o tbh treatmioe
wts r was released, wSaniing awaythe enseseooto ra BrrBances of Uhonle DIsomee and l l en of
poehos. anSsrn Women and Chaldrtn.
-'powerhouse. Iard sare turne ~ Thirty Years Practice in the South.
Pensacola soPalmetto Bol Ia" Oftice iours:-V a. m. to 12 m., I to 4 p. i.

S3 ithe A ll ToNloAM*S Boo No frelght received after 8:1 p RB enee Pbone No. 0.
81steae .T -.reent-.Ront BIllding-UnomS
of'^7 ,. LODGiDiICTO1Y Dr. .Wilmer #a-//
Do you believe all you read in the Dr. er .
paper,? Exaggerations In advertis- KN G T V YIA aT ev w
ing may attract passing attention;iKNIGHTS OF t'rLAS. DENTAL SURGEON,
but we are not seeking passing at-,
*tention. We're looking for perma- Pensacola Lodge. No.3, K. of P, Elusei Timpl. Phesl .4.
nent customers. White's. meets evory Monday even- ----- .
DURM Cgar ~ing at < at Castle Hall
ini lutchinson ball. W,,l
DUR AM Cigars bave nt ndencla Street.
vi brethren cordially GRIND.11ST1R B 1!
been tried and fire test- ',.'elom.'rethre corddl.ly
H. JUDIVINK. To be givenn By
:ed. D'Alemberte sells H. HoR9L, .C.. To
the K. .&. HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
them.



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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
altered at tb, Post Office at Pen-scola.
FlaSI a second-clats matter.
OFFiCK: Pitt Buildlng,-'ll I tooth Pala-
ft street. up-ttairt..
PlBI.14H Il' ItY
THE NEW8 PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-lnvariably in Advance.
Oae Year hy vari F:' '
Lix MoiKLOt .. ,
Tbre Molth- "1 -
Gc* Weefk. ty Carr-r. paynti;.,- Meinday 1!

THE WI$$KIY NEWS:
Publi-h- d v.,ry 1- ril y at .t I ri y r
Postae,- !*,-.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Addvrfits;g Rates Furnrih-d on Anpltca',on.






Ths paper Is on file with the
LINING ADVERTISING CO.,
EaNtett Bilding. St. Paul. Minn.. when
eseacribers. advertisers and other: na-
es smtae it ead where estimates will te given
spoes acp for GENERAL ADVERTISlN.-

PENBACOLA. APRIL 9. 1900

PRECI-CT l-r I:a.IEATFJS
The MayV !-Mocratir ( lnhu of P, n-ac hasic ndor d'dth,' following ticket for del-
egates froin the c-ty pre-iin'ets to the- It n-
viertic C county Oonv*lei iil to i hetit'l 4 *!
J'oweItii. April I1 and ak thbat t t y I'.
given a hearty support by the v,'ite-ri;
Precinct "'- Ii. <,tigl f-. l v s e -h,--
bas.w m. lazz.l. J. I1. Mawell. and '1. .
Wrlghton.
Precarnt I-w.. HIlour ".Th"-. Hannal.

Precn ct i 14-4,'. l. n<> .' .. l lohnson.
J .8 M8t. au!-). J,,.hn -fT,f, il and J. 1-.
t're mcn t 17-E H. l' tnarn J :n \ ,- .
*mni. l1e-Ti Z ; ,J. I, At. rrcruloil)-WAi.; A
laatm.au.

APRIl. "'".:: i- "T oinas J,.ettr-en
Day."
THE Kan-a- City people Have al-
ready begun the work of preparing
for the rebuilding of their auditor-
ium, recently do-troyed by fire. but
are confronted by the dittfficulty of
procuring structural metal for the
work. Nevertheless they promise
that the national convention shall
bave. by July 4. "a new and grander
hall" than the one destroyed, int)
which to assemble.


WHETHEK it was Speaker Hen-
derson's vigoilous denunciation of
the '*coward.-" in: the senate. or the
-'cohesive powerof public plunder"
that won a majority in that body f,,r
the 15-per-tent Porto Rico tariff
bill, is immaterial The result does
uot extract Presid ent McKinley
from the hole in which the protec-
tionists deposited him. nor close the
great gapa in th- republican firing
line caused by their itisi-tence in
forcing uron tlheir party a pernicious
policy that tcie c,,untry had cein-
demned.
THE Lake City Inidex has this to
say about the-' ca;idid'Acy eof Senatior
J. H. T. 1y.nun for tiet tli,-, of -e-
retary of state:
Senator Byniur: :Ii- ., a ..-i.ls n f
ttowannee ('c.iuntity all b h itfe and lt e .-.erve -
bis county' n1ima y" t .ile' ini p)iteiniofl honor
and tru-t I- r te'i\e -'::- he' -srv-d a-
circuit c>,ur; ,cit-rk. ha ti niH oiit le em f s'!e-e
noeit i-flf'A'l t i2 !. ..1 tl at,. or l ie" t.iFo tt I e ll -
he waas u I ilt I -I :th- dieillocra. 'x '.i-
t:ve .om ll t of i 't. ; ,- '.o nty "ai "t t e.Vi- e
S ountiel i;d ee *"' *::ie:l :-It .: ','" .' ; -
<-ratl" party "'. .' nr '8 .- iti -- i.
indelbtChet ( t I ,.-" iit It .- p, li'.


aut cr-edit t bite-- !f inud to its Bt;i i. i -
tion of h:l' >',r."it u.sit .
t524 atoL1 cr I i' I.I ii] V ;t tll;!ii t1 .' 1 t I- '
ietveral ;tear- ..-oe ihn ti:'t l'.-n n ;y 0*: -
kae-ged i ni tt pr 4' (it I''.- .f .I:. ..ve-r :lr-v 1 -t.
,iotw ilih-tahd'>ie !ees p'uit' i"' il'jite -. he hia-
a r ays t tes-ii. leI 'eel 2ii r. 1it- ftaill I*'- i.e'
m ile- ftroi I 1 i:hk : 'l .: I*ttr l it I- nt1'\\
S .a nt ll 1: ,'e ;I :. e r- 1 t- ie i i n l i
i.T nf tin : ;. : !lar-.s ei-.ei
M r. Byz ni 1 :t iiintg i i-t: il: l l1 I: I in

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T.w<' lll. o' .i : ",' ;
, th 0 1 ni I f '* ,+-t,' t .,' ,, : t.
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N'ork t-. te, ilo ,,-t.. i .e '.'. 1,. i he. ;
:.ne t'ha'-gio e N t : N t.
Ki.ecord. oill '- -- Ii,- i -.-
a itu3rti ;n It 1 t;1 e' ,' \e 't o W k
--I. an '**'I tll.. tl : !: lt'---th.
oo tton oo< l ,1,-. a: ., !I.! ad. Mtna 1.n i- 4 ,.,
y i ,tl- p-ili .1.. a, 'it : iiaitI n i< ;i, : I *.
* By Ihe tl: .' the ti-l -- :t- *.-II-
Sqjuipp l' s''t11:11 2ii -I ';p"r .ha e t',.-- ed il-,
:.s-tWe-tIS cin:. tl' w', r 1 ? ne l' l ia -. f, r t'
nt ft Ilf'i. it''- .,!i- e :-." >-;)" a,I at c ''i'l l's
Ws-miiakntt:iz. I...,; J i' th*' ii t ilpor-
taut adstalltalge p d'-.. 1 ley t01.. 'V ee. i:.,
over the t"e ri:.t p-Ini-r rem' iin- ttio .'- stat-
tee. It i t. ttle a- lis oita*be e*t coiiing dr alt.l'
from the' pr''e- ani- into (bhe hoitie"- t the
one hoer an all the- tritnty-fiour v i-ii the'
ratllItono for whoin (i newspapers are
miede are rely for it' perusal. 'e are
a latson of workers. Our vioc-atior.s tDM.ort
theallhtted o ,rk tiue of eacfl dtay. lecre-
aSto corm#-- after. t.ot before. tbhe daily re--
ururncg duty of br-ad-winning. And to
red be daily paper-t hat is one of the ret'-
re tioneot the man who (ilh1. Naturally
hedlelres that its coming ball be timed to
ttecog tngof his recreation period. And
no American is so slow as heartily to enjoy
bis first reading, of a morning piper at
nitgt. The wotkniiig peo pl arebecoming
a majorit)( of then country'*. newspaper
-redkd-. Tb'- are thlIe Inasses; and they
are *ad are. Ito be the constituency of teli
--- -r .ii..it A...thpir nz.. as


Expo it Comparkio's.
A late issce of the Mobile Regis-
t *r contained the following:
The commerce of Mobile cor.:ine.P :"o
grow w.th amazi'ig rap.lity. The-r isn w a
fleet t,'f slity ve-"t-ls iu port. counting. of
course. the (oa-swls,. crift. 'Ie hi prt'
river is ffillel with s.ips. There ha- b-enu
all winter from ten to a doz-n st-tn. r at a
time loading bhere. 'I he- result fsbows l,. t 1.-
fi Lurl.r rCeor'ded 1i:1 i (:- c',lion !
Th-e xport- fir tn.'- .r!e- mo : S %,l r..'
March ;:. a- conilar'-d wi: "e -'ulti. r L -
ceding two y'-ar-. :r. ns f ,.., .
;,'5 +. $7 .e.", .'-"
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f tvir ,' P. iisactol:.
The ;g2e 'Ja:t vailti : :--t :.i *"-
Ie t-. fru ,::: '1 :.-' it :.r t:.- til'
ioritt!:- ohdini i ;11a:t'.! :1. i ; '. wVV
Sl. l' .:i:.. a ditT.-'ie'ice. a- c' in:.ere o
willt t!..- of Mobile for ;e:t: -0at:,
pt-riod. f t2 -T 7"70 I' fav'. oi t!.i-
pirt.
The azgr,-g.te value if fT re-i;n ex-
ports from Penrsatola for t:!e nine
mntihi- ending Marc I. I was
$<.i4r,2>j,. :t difference in favor of
Mobile of .',2."j. .
Taking the aggregate value of ex-
ports for the s-ae period f,'r the
three years named together. the nOt
difference in favor of Peta, ola i
(_'. i .
The foregoing exhibit is certainly
gratifying. but wheli we ex t;nine the
imllporting hbuine-s. of the two cities
the balance iS largely in l'avor ,of
Mobile. The- same article above-
quoted say:.-
J'nl import- for the i.:.:. n;< :i c.'in--
pared with t.ce ia:ie, years. a'e a- fLil, .ws.
i,'., $,s=.'.;?41 .
il -.'. * The imipjrt- dulrilt: ; w ht l'.c.-- f, i a r :;r
I .*4 were hut l.it.tll;.
Mare-h last !:'lows .ust A:.at t e i.ew '..t.r
is d ilig in the co iii.i-'ret't l i 'I J h tn ex\-
parts of that month were t!.2'_2 a. coin-
pared wilth S',f7. ..'1 ior thet auiue mouL:h lin:
S.-ar. an increase of (; per <'ien. T1Li mi-
purte wer'- ,. ag- aini t ',...i'. .I.: ';-a-e
,if 1,'-2 per cent.
We know how insignificant the
import trade of Peusacola' is. Is
there any good and suttifient reason
why it should not equal th.it of 3o-
bile-or exceed it. as our exports do'.


Habitual constipation is th, door
through which many of the senrioul-
ills ol the body are admitted. 'I'lh
occasional ue of PKRI KI.V A-H li'l-
TEHS will r-eiove aid cure tl:.: dt(ii--
tie.-iig conditions. sAld by Hannah
Bros.
I,.\'T 1WEI:K'SI EXPORTS.
Shipment to Foi-ireiitn i*Ports. We rc Vatl-
ued at Sto0-47.
Butsin-Q- wa- better in ti.e- i.ti l,-t
week that. it ha-t, hei il .i l,: i: tiunell
there were very t.-w if any idl'- bay-
men and thle pay rolls 'or thi, wef-k
we-ri' u inti ally large. cnee tiiit'tly
hIusine-- :tt t e -tore-S.atu;rdaty ight
wa- up to 'i..h-water mark.
During the week !ix steamn-hip-
and on11t b iIk of it toti l tat1ni i L t f
"..132 arrived from ftrei.:,'! 'o,!t-. a;dl
Itlur te;llIm aid.( tIwv-Ive -,ali v---l- I I
a tor:tl toe aii g.c e ef 1t 2'.- chl .ti 'i 1',;
f. .r i.u p,,rI.
ExipoI t- fore,;tn we r1 v'aiirll at
$4 ">, e 7' a id Wvre di-triliut-d f,- -

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TI'Ts doc. PIo n t 'I i ls.
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nIuts. which hi is o ring :. t -: -: .
iout, :t lII 1U le er poinl- Tah
The nobbiest spring styles in hatslt.



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Hood's PIlls


VOTE FOR


J. C. VAN PELT


For Sheriff.


A PLEASANT PICNIC.
(Given liy the *JIwirh Young r- n VYes-
t-rday.
A 'no,-t enjoyb! l'I-k-: ; i'nic
W.i- _\' v by t:l Jew.'1v N *YI!
:; :1 "f ;;.l- c ity ;: ,, :-11 : : 1 '

T'.v trail'- vwer' i .. ,i'.:. :. ; '
aind the th -r ;at 12 ,,'cl.ick. Tli-er
w r- ;itabout ione hundr'l i aitt':(l-
anci aI:t .ial had a b:lo-t -i.; y.able

La Gripp r Successfully Treated.
"I have just recovered from the
,second attack 4, la grippe thisyear.'
-vtys Mr. Jas. A. Jones. publi-tier of
the Leader. Mexia. Texa-. "In tthe
latter case I used C('haberltain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
con-iderable success. only beinir in
bed a little over two ti ty<. against
ten days for the former attack. The
second attack I am sati-fled would
have been equally as bad as the first
but for the u-e of this renmedy as I
had to go to bed in about -ix hoiur
after being 'stuck' withit whil- in
the first case I was able to attend ti)
business about two day- before get-
ting 'down.'" For sale by Haunah
Bro-. and all medicine deal-r-.
For School Superintendent.
VFiltor Iaivly N>ews.
I am a patron of t! e publ c
schools, and. a, such. I ibeg-i bri-f
space in your valuable pap-r to call
the attention of other patrons to the
need of more advanced meithod- in
the management of our school af-
fairs. This is a rich and prugres-
sive county and it behooves uI to be
up with the times in educational
il..tters as well as in thiing- con-
mercial. I have given much thought
to the question and it i- plain to my
mind that school matters will roil
lazily along in the ,-ame old rut,.
which is not at allsatisfACtory to the
masses. unless we make a change in
the head of the school department,
which we can do by our votes to-
morrow. We need a younger school
superintendent-one who will inau-
gurate new ideas and push vigor-
ously for better school facilities
throughout the county. We want a
man of executive ability and who at
the same time can view matters
from a practical, experienced -tand-
point, a man who has hiunself been a
teacher and who from per-onal ex-
perience knows the needs of the
public schools. Such a man is C. J.
Bell. Under his admini-tration we
would have. live up-to-date -chools
and I hope the school patron" will
elect him at to-morrow's print tries.
Vote for Bell and improved sehool-.
e'CII'n ''. I'. LT 'N.
An Honrat Medicine for La (Gripp-.
(ieo. W. Waitt. of South (i.dl;uer,
Me.. ays: "-1 have ha;l the wor t
cough. cold chil anid .-ip amnd i :ive
tak nti lots ,of trast: of no af c.uli.' but
profit to the vendor. ('hani.,'. I.t-i,: -
Cough Remedy is theoinly th::z: tii:t
has done any good wlia';eve'r I !,ave
ii--(d o(.I*- cent bhottl anid t! .!ill,
>''old and l 'ip have all 1.-ft mie. I
v(' ngrattil tte the itlinufat ; *'-- of :i
I lt >n- 1 w edi'itn ." F",,r ., !" }l:iI!-
ial.: I r,-,. aidl a I ln.e l:i,; e 4' t', i .
WVIlRI: FENC(I N;.
F',r th-t ni-xt :i day-. A. .1. \ -
k it.- w "1l I ,r'l r ,l a ir; ,' : \% I:-
t,-'-w i it -1'h1i low I" it I l
-ilrF i i-l j'" vet' Iy'hodY. ',Ii :;ii 1 :Iv'
.:;y k tid., fr'im 2 t. .I t ,' 4 .. : :

ir, l 1t't i#oi4 tf all k;n i-. ..
1o d(1 11 .!* in.''f .:i l. .' !
-, 'I\if ell Ilet;- .tt .l: .1 '-O' *
< ',it'. fr lllt- ialiei ,~ i \ i:d -.1'1IV-
!11 Il1ty .tild get tir-t-: 1 u..n:i:.in-
t #.,t W, ik. A. J. \V.A '.
I.1 tn I i.


Vote for


J. C. Van Pelt


For Sheriff.

4I'Pr IF IY Time.
M .. r-. .1. I-:. .. (',.. N .. ; N .
l' l lt ,,x -tree '. I t' ,; i'-
ra :n 'l;-nt, f,,r tI: i't ,I] fav t'p -" ,'f
tht- bt)-t wintidow -e re-' ,i v.\ r 'pl.ie-
iipe oIt tii ll:irket. l'!,y cl i;:ii !,;
it tI' fl,Ilow i:.I.' d I; t.iit be t" ll'l, V i ;j .|1 "-r..,i
tw.i y : i' I i i- i(l ,of It le -, *t,,
. it :, ;it t !r 1 -. eef tie- il-; t: ..' ,l:,
; id ,>- li oif t li w i miiie4 c ; :i 1)0 -i- v
:i,:r d f-dl .'li i' ;tih i ul-id w ih e'i i,, 1:1-
t .rf -r-ten'c' or trouble froIn the -'Tr- :
It is si ipl- ir;: constIl ucl(tioII, ;i:. d ti;h
price is -e low ats to be witliiln the
re.:ch of all. Call and -xa!minte it.
tind le-live your order for aniy i.ium1beo-r
from o4ne to one hundred.
RO(SS & CO.'S
WINDOW SCREENS.

Our prices are absolutely the low-
est; thlse who think the contrary
have either not fairly tried ua. or
they have measured our prices by
those charged for Clothing of doubt-
ful quality. White's.
We make Clothing to order. and
represent M. Born &S Co.. Chicavo.
the greatest mo-rchant tailoring con-
oorn in the wnrld satiafartion ando


A BOLD SNEAK THIEF.
'Steals $80 From Beneath Col. Tarblt's


Pillow at Hotel Eacambia.
A bold sneak thief entered Col
Tarble's room at Hotel E-cambia
Saturday night and stole St;o from
beneath his pillow while he slept.
About lo o'clock. when ready to
retire. Col. Tarbel counted his
money, put ` 1o iti bill- in the ri1ht
hand ve-t pocket and a dollar bill
and two ilvor dollar- in the 1 ft
pockt-t. He the-t c:ali-d thie bell boy
to ald him in dinsri inz., folded t(I -
Ve-t :Ilt tIht the boy to put it ui)Id-r
.!i pi:l.'w. tIeIn h:tI.: ..'d him t.i- fliu
rol d w It'l; to utit b,-;,+ath tt,. ,:!:-r
pillow. \V .t-i theO l i y l-ft tie rl.e ni
h lo .'ked )hi (!,do r, t Iin- d the ..;-
down :ai'! re ire. I.
About 11 1'cloeX !., wa, a;vak' lt(
by ai ni--. .t .>rd hi- ,lI,.,r -cr ;i,.! -:
its liing e- looked, saw that hi'i li-l!t
was out and the door optel. fit
jtiiil'ed up. liih:ted t:t, g:pa; and at
,cie looked for hii- monev an;d tound
the ve-t une::tly folde-di as before, but
the $(i was -gone. The ,old watch
and other money were undisturbed.
Marshal Wilde was notified and is
ht work mon the vae. but no arre-t-
have yet been madte.

**I)ifmculties give way to ,dili-
gence." and disease gerull- aQid blood
humor' di-appoar when Hood's Sar-
-aparilla is f: tthfully taken.



Put a X M(ark Before



J. C. Van Pelt


Jl~illirnn ^oljn~on & S'ou.



Our 20th Year at

180 Present Location I


- THE


BIG STORE ,

eC-OFFERS (,*


READY-TO-WEAIR QRME


l FOR EASTER. :


Shirt Waists.


Eulbrcil.r--iffe X'. 7
\"Ii~~. V: i it -1.'4.5, ee$

;ilk Witi-t'e for $'i~


Skirts.


W lhirt Piolue. Etihri-.il-r,.d. $ .
White Duck. 7,"' t ..*;.t,,.
tielletea Applit'u-d. I: N,'w C('!-
or-., '_2..4I to g.61o.
Black Brilliaintiins. Box Pleat-
ed. i lk4. :41.
Novo-Ity Goods in black, ?:.'.< .


For Sheriff Millinery.


WVe are doing a big- business, and
it i- no wridlt. Why shouldn't we?
There i- tiio p|a rticula r mystery about
our succe--. WV always have the
ritht ;oods. the right service- and
the ri-.!:t prices, and these always
win. \WV fenphasi.e the hone-,t treat-
inent fea ture and sell to sell again.





Motto,: At olute Purity.
('l,,thinig that is tailored hoie-tly
and taioroughly at White's.
ROSS & CO.'S
FI-Y SCREENS.

Cro-sset celebrated $3 and $3: .;
Shoes. at White's.
TOO many people lose valuable
time in experimenting with
cough and cold cures. They should
take Folev's Honey and Tar before it i-
too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.




('ornfecti ,,:-ry in i. 21) and :;!-,-tc'it
box-. Tfy them. All deal'-r!- -ell
then-:.


Ve are Sl owini :; Nic .Linlie ef
Pattin-l Hat- at I ow Price-.
Bunch Violet-. Ro,-e., I)at-i-y-
and F re;.t-ie-Not-< a: .
Bunch.
L:ate-t Styles in Sailors at .o,.at
75c and i1.mio.
Hat-Tritrnnvd on Short Nonte..


French Caps.


N .k


Clothing.

at $1l. te "
Y ,,lt!l-h"' t-. 1. ,t:_ }'
7 -.0 to $;re
I- !. Pa. t-. ".


Straw Hats.

; ia l i ( ; .

I"i l-.

Shirts.


1 4 .0 ). ''i hs


Newl' Iea Patterns


10 cents each.
S/ 2206 I. Arfl kur



NXNEL CGOODSA%

Displayed on Our Counters E ach \\et,




.lHillinm 0 11n0Rnt Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


-MIaniuaol~er ure-r- and h 1)..:,1. r- i :,


EASTER IILI.\EfrY Carriages. Bggies, Wa80ins nd lld. .


Bmwas & iKrTw, W',i mA ac a oon



Ii~ Ift ep li i I-feIe #, Iie ; ce-IlIa i -Z i I,

I w' i I w Ill ,le' iia(dI I I I f .-
1, 1 %- A ii W e. hav'.e' I billI mp
ei E~t-Te rH it- in oil the 1ii--t'.%"I


AT


COE'S


r1 asteil Cards,


[)y~~ ~


and i3iblcf-s.


10) UNTAIN


MINT TONIC


Everybody ncIl-Cis a tlt io t.-i'
la:zy spring g day-. to driv-e :waiy thi it
tired fe-elinit. Mountain .Mint To'ri
,oe- thii-. It invigorates and puri-
fie, the blood. It cureso the w,)ort
cases of itnlize-tion. It cures p-r-
inanently ali stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
strong: and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease on lile arnd a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has bpen tried by hundreds of
people in Pen-aceola. ev-r-.-one oft
whom heartily re-cemintmends it a- the.
beat tonic they ever u-ed. It doe,-
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottle, for five dol-
lar.. Try it. It is made in Penra-
cila hbv Dr. Philin E. Hanni:h. F,or


_Repairing Attended to Promptly.
F S EA, IT ( 1At )EN 1. : : p; \<\, "


LENTEN SPECIALTIES




SOL CAHN & CO'S.


S'l()IE")>111A 1.1 iti 1F


~LA :%I.-


"BUY THE BEST.


~T -ON 0I'lY.


RI-RFX{IGEIc."l RS isea

'I. t!i' XI- ei~e .v ii I 1):'i rl


. f \ I % \


Cur Ice Cream Freez-rs' -
\\ .\ll \.N IE > *l- I lt--F /.E | \ I '

Si t l Ie I' o 1. .


(~B.


PERSON .-


107 South Palafox.

2 ,cent- will pvy f,,r ::, "1rurd;ay F'ine ftr flntt/n d ,
dition ,,f th. J., k- r. ; :.* M-ltropo.,,, I//.
lis. a lart'es *,r 12 ,. e"- p- r rr.in ,
now until N ov. l11th !,e .il onAly. I 'r / /" 1
and $2.'O will pay t.r th Ila.i! nr es. TIe'ir
.Jack-onvillp M1-tro[,it, frOTm now Di le. J)on't l/': "'
until Nov. loith. for ca-- inr advancife I i ffirnitue lpl//
(only. The obj,-ct f t is unparal-
lIlled offer is t;o give- t.e- pes-,pli. of ee' .fA arsh#m
Florida a chance to k"p. p oate-d on s tock.
the news of the cornmrg polltiral
campaign at ext:r'-ne- v l.ow'e-t. and The best 5 cent C;.'-
als- to make thin tIIt-r ac('(jlnrit d h-
with tho leading fr. -i.v--r andOn 0 the market is s
Bryan n-ewspaplr in the -tIat-. It- DURH&M. Try theI- at
eiirtoo)ns are alone wor', ,nl the, p, JA Z.-"


('.% N N; F.? T: N N'. F I i i.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORICA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. 5


hOC


Ii 2 i.- ,-t ~ iB r" :~~r med listel. 6.-d by r irdmviit% rmi-'i .r
part of thet world. Twe-nty-Eve nm-ab-
I W P.u-r- iii wfe ~.t)-- Hbe u.e aLd a~k for Mr6..Wnh~
W. p, :1111 Wie- :t! I 1_1 uothing iyrup." &atd take no otbtr 16-1 ld.
V 4 0 *''I;: I"!.. t' *,- r II-S -I EIl*.NI%- X

-- I h 4- iw rI3.-.4'~~ yert:-e- P- !.-ac *!.i..fie does itri't
a~ ~ ~ ~~~' :;r-ro 2ac~ *~-.d A.-t-V('
2 -i- 1 ~aV-arriva- L,, :


,- I .l.l.i. '%L s !L IS 1 AIS 1 S.
,vy I I. II!":. .I. '..n N : i rot,,. in l and,, Defati Filed
S Vt N,,"v and wif-. f K l-
S- (:v .trrv-d at the l-c(ai, I t (e .,f the City (erk l'(r
-'" da iw iic Wp >-,k l.r.tlie S-anilar A..ptiil 7.
T..- El.-':r.- Terminal li. R. Co'. oir 1-'.
d tl.f opeq-l cAr- r :.- yive-terday and they w.r,, we-ll daughter: M. B. Fr.ink and wife. a
.' o'ninzd. daughter: Chris Join-on and wife,
a daughter.
Sit-.. th rillt !aind mart .r(fho-e Colore.-d-Adain Hal,- r a:t wife,
:::,;,-.yty No :. o,t \\Wet Zarrag--: d htr.
r- .-* t. Lrave birth to a fine colt ab, n
clock thi- morning. IEAT'I! -.
lcric theWhite-N. P.. Durant, .,:3 vear-.
T.-C eltric lilhtb rn the Palatx pinimonia : Mr-. Saplhroni a Smith.
-***.: circuit will be run to-niht by 45 year-. cerebral homorrh.aLae: Frank
Si,-w n:ct ineryo of the tscambia Stran-ovy. 47 years, apoplexy.
S.ty Electric .ight and Power ('Colored-Ella McIDuffy, 1', day-.
.' :lpay. lockjaw; Elizao th Nichols..;2 year-.
Itr Britj.h schooner Polonice, senility: Juntu- Biuter. ;6 years,
wic! arrived yeste#iday front C(iv- consumption : (;-eorgiBa radley. 2'
n Brae. hbrucht a car ,o of 12.(>o years, tylpinid fever: Pt-ter Blunt. 32
( .11it-t arid L2,<001 i ounid- of ,old year., (onsuniptiton: Gertrude Free-
to orderi. t mail. 3l1 y~-ar-. .r -ite rrhair.-
Wii. Htud-,.n, wi j bhas been in H{pv.Joh.I; R-id. Jr.. if (;r(at Fall".
1. w Ori rai,- f,.r th- pa-t thr'.- M,,e 1.. re A ., k- utnd.r',toinir-p-cial treatment. lialnm t(o nfe. I can lf.imph.a-ize his
*.trnd lionie la-t night much i1- it.tatment. It ;- :a po-inive cure for
"* .-l inl hel .lth. cat:arrh if -.-d :r- directe-d."--Iev.
'lip.'" t!~h Picavine mnr. i itn Franci- W. PW.ol I'.-t<,r Central
---I ,, ,i : 1,i l 'ted l.t." about P're Chlirchl. II-1-:;a. Mont.
w -tlv vo ir'- ,i T -i e,.-. ;ar- After us,:.- Ely'- (Cre-a::: i.talin -ix


* ry r t ;, l ar a- : wre-. *:r w it aiit d..
,;r. H I'. W e'-i-- trav,-l ,: r. r, -
ti,-I, .. l t! N "w Oe rl ., ,- I '- -
*,. ;.'-(o ir' itii,'d t "y h i- w if<- : lt,1
t r. M -- I n ,z. arr iv..i '..:
.- .>i ,v .1 :t r ooIn t1,ni N1 M o4 iil,.


-:*r i et!;,er ~ie -I -11-1 j :1'-
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i.4. Atd t 1.-I. i- I


ta''h. Je.e-i :.war:. (4nrarad Ave,..
Wu1Tl.1mlo. N. Y.

Wa~ricii S5:.. Ne-w York.


W"e- Ii.4ak*- "I- i~..,,.-



pirk -1 0t --- -I- *;- yl


wo ii ,- 1 1. r-e

wI a '- I i f t


R. HALLIDAT & CO.


Special Easter Offerings

9*at the following reduced prices _--


Fancy Neckwear.
W direct attention to our lineof Rent-as-
sance- I-ae HBarb). Stock Co'lliar. Corded
Ie-m-ttiche'd Plaid Tek, with Frinetd Endq.
Isoubli-fa(--dl. Cordr-dgtK-HatiII nd Taffeta
SrintL(led Ed Tieb, Tassel 23tring Ties, Etc.
Parasols.
W\\,- ha~- thi Newest and Most lIp-t'-liate-
Sttck of Parasol- ev. r ShoINt\ in tti City.
Umbrellas,
I.adle-. Menrs anh ('lildrens' in all quall-
tit-,. We hav- in tlock a few left of our
w~-ll known Mercerize-d lI'mbrellas. an ex-
cell-.nt value. while- they last at Sl.tI; also
S*'.-i n-t clo-e Roll I umbrella at sl.-o..


BL ACK


Gloves.
D)ents' 2.i'. Gloves redutic'd to 41 *,.5.
Blair l.50i_ Colored Ulove"s .-educd to .
Try our Guaranteed $.Lit Glo\e.
We call eHspe-cial atteintion to) our 1 Silk
Taffeta Oloves, an excellent tove, for Sunm-
iner wear.
Hosiery ani Underwear,
Ladies' Hosiery, in plain, open work and
fancy effects, from 10c to $2..mi.
Children Hosiery from lk: to "ki'.
Give our ?.'e Grade of Ladles' and 4 hil-
dren's Hosiery a trial; they are the best
value for tlihe ion>ey to be found anywhere.
Ladies' Vests, .e have from likOc to Il.v.
Take a look at our loc vest; also our Milk
Li-le Vests, .S'.e value, for %"5c. they cannot
be beat.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


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Mff' ALARIA Sir Thomas LIpton REAL STATE
NA EWS N lOTES e, b ChiK Cough. Was, and i,o a typical Irishman and Transfers For Week Ending April
c..lda. Dyspepelaof what- a genuine sportsman. but he is also
ever form. quickly cured a celebrated manufacturer of choice 7. I O.
Pu- ve ak:ng DUFr"s Msat. gastronomical dainties, and a noted [Reported for THE NEWs by Thos. C. Wat
Sr l wad art Malt A -ablespoonful n glass of connoisseur and importer of fine teas, on11 & Co.. Real Estate Agents. No. I South
.... ,' .. .. .- "r tr-ee times adagroer. that have become famous through- Falafox treet.i
,,,,... r../... -- W iskh t;saruftiUataUeoia-. out the civilized world. Jacoby, the WVn. Fisher, trustee, and wife. to
,, .. well-known grocer, has just received P. K. Yonge-1-ndivldd d i.,of secl..
a larr-e con-ignment of Sir Thornma' tp 2-, r 3ow, lyinr within utrie city of
,', 1B : ;--:, "f B J ara 'cele-brated -*t-a,, and cordially in,- Pensarola. le-s 11 6 aere--$1.
-,. z ,a r. 'all at ,- e"ot F'l tforida vite- th lov-rs of good tea to vie-it Louis R.-ley and wife to L.oui-ville
r,,, f .-,. rdi r- r .-- "tm akry ai pahii llac- and inspect and te-t them. & Naslihville R. R. Co.-Fart ,of the
S .. -. "-sn its valuation. He ha- also ju-t received full lines LaRtui ,rant near Molino--4)..
Thi ;ny mvfri,-ndQ of Mr. and Mrs. of Bremner'-ce lebrated Cake. (;ra- R. W. Anile and wfe, t,) I.. I.,
I ,. "-' ,. 1 e, .,. 1 :'.. Cha. B .rn'e will bI- grieved to learn i iam Crackers,Clietzsa Biscuit, Oat- Burnhain-NEl, of stw ; :1 d -! ; 41f
..--.- t .1 '(" '. ,f tti,- d(lo-ati of th-ir little eight- meal ( rockers, etc.; Dodson-lraun ne' .s c 9. tp- .. r :'Iw- -s 1.
.' .. ,, "',.. y .- m ,no t:.--,,il -,,. whi,'-! occurr-l .ve -! M atufacturinh Co's famous Jelit,. \\'illi'mi Fi-h-r ;, d w;f.- to l;. l-1
S : .' -. t-rd y. T' fu- ral will tak,- place Jamn-. Pickl-, ete ; National Bi- ('Cook--Lot S in block 2i'; f tie 1-
fro t::- i r, a.i' e. *. 15 Ea-t cnit (c o's Ch' ese- Straws,. Cracker m niii t trac--It- 12..
SL-. w I -' .-t : ;- .l:-r : at I .M eal. ete : Kennedy's Hi-cuits n11 .: Tin .- ('l; ii .ta t dlli it i.::--
.. i-- 'Cl.-ck : r: :: :. Johin- W af -r- : W iirzon H l-cn it M:-!mufar- All of !lt- 11 in I l ,k :t;. .xc-it
c, :e,'.'-rv. tory \V.~niillIa \Vatf-: *,( rt :Iit ; olt!l :. lf--rt \\ ;t', r Ir. i -- i.
.-. ^. w ,. 'i'i Andec I A- (ti II l (;ti, e S ,ld l 1 F'. \\ulo'k I, H l-l id wif t M.Irris
S. -m. r-w w ; ,inary ee- Nude,-ln: Areadia Packing C.--'. l.-a-l' w,- ~.et2 i t ,f lot :;,.;. (i
." i. n ( y a :-. :::- : ,; at w voter-s vap,,- rated l Apl. -s. Peachesa nd oth Cit--$.5.>.
w ll .ii. w -:.. t ,,,unty or fruit- A -ma!l lot of those fin:eOi- Mar lRowve :itd nii-band to Euil ili
-. :: 1 -. :t .i,'--. r .,-- : .v ,' : t z i --it i in li-c,.it little i-.. till ii stock. I)aveo2p *. ., n :",r ,f v. w :' d,~T- T -L. littlee (i :ant" Cott.-e Rlt a-t -r thl- Mary Jacks(n lproptrty in Don-
.t ic no,;::.- l:,. .,- ". tlt\y i- till n deck. r tnningc day atnd el-40, tract-$3'">.
w ',I -w r"-e,-;- t:' ,,i vt.- f E-cain- igln :l at tiediat- .of a wile a iniitite, i e -acola Electric Termin al HRail-
H 1.: .- N 2, ". ... e' d~in rar-- v t t !- l ele(- to fill cost ntly iicireasitnI) orders w: ,'o to Escaliubia County Et lele-
S.. .-- ',, ."- t; *rn in N.,v.t .-:. for fine (Cotfee-. Those who have tried Light and Power Co.--Souith 3 '
'R ith bouie Lodge,- No. :. K. of P. not recently visited Jacoby's should f-et front of lot 4 and :north 10 f-Pt
.- ,. "- w:i i w ii~.. ** Haiinen-r Pvyt.ianr lds:e of the not fail to go arid inspect his enor- of lot 5, block 4, W after Frout--$1'au .
S;e. r .. .. .i .t .:. ate, will 1.old a -pecia! i -etilne i in milou- stock of everything in the Louis Boley and wift- to Thorn is
: .. -',. :u.. their ca-tl- hall to-nigiht at7 o'clock. shape of eatables ari* f iod products Peblpy-Lot 13 in bluck 6, New City
S i ,., r ,l i.i .itl ,harp. fr th: purpo,-e if conf-rritig displayed in profusion In every de- --75.
; .I. 1. n ,. -'-t .iC.!. t',- rank ,f page. aft. r which this pa 1tment of the establishment. Laura C. Caro and husband to
!,:., :i .. pr aore -ive ,or a-./ati, will visit Jeinnie B. Mayer-'52 by 1229 feet ol
p,.ro-,l, r-iveo d ,-Now.:l A llPvthians All leathher uit caTes anid t and Arnt lot Oldity--$1.
-i.,.'k- 1. I. l.b..ll. 1Pr;-c,;lPi | i l b d>,Nrdial l welc lm P td. i- t('hlQ with leather linil. t at Buckner Ciipley and F. W. Mairsh
wt i ,c;. :,rrr\,-d ir,,win W.i W h:te' -. riand wife to Jennie B. Mayer-Lots
nt,- ;"i ::T" For Over Vifty Years. 17T. 1S and 1 in block :7, Belmol)t
(! :.v a F. f R. WiNTA>W'% noOTHNO P H. Sullivan and wife to C. H.
S.1 M K. F.rIT-wich of ,-i ,a be.-n u-d for over fiftv yvars by millions of M ullvanan
i:e-i ru-T at .,,1tel E-'ii:ti.t. ni m iti.-r for th.-ir children while teething. Di mtan arind Rix M. Rbii-on. a -
wl'i p-rf.-ct -ucces. :t soothes the child. !he Gulf Pine Tie Co-We-t i, f ne
..'r' M aA 1 .11 r 1 ,JI C. i he -gum,.&:lver allr r.re dy for winarrh-a.P
.trr A d lie he u oor lltt- utfor, r umwi. gPepsin Penpk your dealWer foaid di-te n, tp. so, rf l e Of1w-- .2.
;i --. w u> 1. hii arrivnl ;* re It will roi-ieve :ho poor little suffrt r t nm- gestion. Ask your dealer lor then 19, tp. I s, r 31 w- 1211).


stNEW An-RCtIVALSprng
(j) 1R firstanno- Lfntcnu 1 Nt\r'l\.t's : Spring


A pparel.


A rar4e variety


01f colors and styles t, scIkl t iron ei Ladies' Waists
We carry all kin(is: the largest a -ortnmcnt in thle
city of well known i'rands. Among them t!:e famous
I"'/7i// p ///.-,/.'" famous for fit, styIe and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the Li.nd.


dealer or customer can der v.


This fact no


You ii.av form some


idea of our offerings by a q!ance at our large cx, lusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc Lhcaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S : Cll' \.kAM
Tin-:i.:i- v I 1N<: .\I : Ill I E i' IN .> ."


New
Arrivals' L AND 0 0flUl 84Ilo. Arrivals!
Our Centre Table-- art.- n >.e i;a n benielath a :, odly :ar.. : Newe.t
T: i. in Lace- and Fminbroidert-.


swi-s -at ;-


H mi ha i,~ lCd.. : .~ -ertwn


Valencia Lace and Inrertiens.
Macl;ilie T",rionr Edt'inirz and Iin-ertin.


G( Irnia- Turchoen 'Ed-rinig,


.Apliej ii- 14*1C.L:,,i jI a-ertriujj


Point de prv-t. Oriental and PLa: V.al. a.,.,-.
_ ,- e Iteinants H.amtlurg Edg.iini.. six yard l.rgt -. w, r: : 7',.- ., at 5..


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drawers, henimed anld tucked. iz- I ain I. :t .. i pair
Sizes 3. 4, 5 and (t. only................................... .. ..... ... l pair
One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at (',;.~t Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimumiepd (owni- at ('Cst Mark.
()One ot ('hild's Trimmed Skirts at (o't .Mark.
Onie Lot Mi-se.' Trimmed Gownq at ('C-t M.Ark.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise. worth l3-c fior............... ..-,c pach
One Lot Iadies' Trimmed Cambric Chpmi-e, worth 7'. for ..... 4-,c each
,SOne Lot Odds and Endsi
In Ladies' Skirt- and Gowns to Clo.- ),t at ('C)-t Mark Price.


GOODS.


Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black Goods the
Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
-hown in this city, including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chino
Tami-e and Nuns' Veiling in all grade-z. In the Cotton, Wool, Silk and
Wool mind all Silk. we strongly recommend this material for its lightness
and durability, and the proper fabric for the present mode. We also have
a Large Line of Staples and Fancie- in Black Good- anid at the- Riiht
Price-.
LINENS.
1Fr ,~,i- w- k only teo introduce and bring before the public, our Stock
,of I)aina-k-. T'we-l-, Renai-lace-n' Dres-er Scarfs, Sid(eboard Scarfs. Cent e
t'e-'c' ;at.d Diylie-z. we will oltlr a Special Discount of lI',..


'T 1 ... ,, I' ;..


Investigate the Convertib'e
-l1, '1 I i -


Term Contracls


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


* e.e-1f;4A


R. HALLIDAY & CD.,
338 and ;. Palafox Street.


KREUGER & KUGEIAWAN,
*-:WHOLESALE CROCERS.11*
AN ENTIRELY I-REI-H AND) NEW STOCK OF 'FANCY


~~'at l~mue (s'r 'Frr~g~ii~rand (!,nrrI-ch stre. ftz.
Telephone 151.


THE


FORBES


STORE.


. -. -. m ... a a .- -. -'. .. -- 2 ... -.w-e "'-:'w ,- .": "-
a- atA. S a- 5 -


I--
ii ALL I E NIEWES SH iT WAiIS i

I tI ti

I 4 l .t : ,. ,. ;:-. \,.: -, : : k t e. : "e ;,-k i: :. -k .
Th e Cplebrn4ed *rrejan'" Wnists. t!' M P 'I::- i-t
C < -, :t k : \ ''t .. .- l.'i". '1 5 a n '. i
\'3 r~-s a w ws^5 -2-s---sm -2asa s '2saa s2 t
A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.
L-a-72'-s P25252 .=-c -.5,-25 2- 252 5E-S.252-5E5 2 a2522 S2-R? -
S (h;r Entire line ,of .'- a :d t41e C1aiksts f -r 4.,)( Ealch.
THE 'F- ARE MA!- Wi H THl SAME CARE AS IDLI.AI GOODS. .


Just Received!
t Linen (Hemstitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
S-.--.*,.Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.- .*.-


S ST I LLLIN TH9E RA FJE.


.1iriitoi' is blinei;i indits-
t rioa leN il -ii-(la/e(/ /haf I
-wouldl u'rif/,v~la,-,,w/'rf ,Ii/l~e
ritrejl'(- then/omiuna/iou / Jii'


f!he oijice o ('Clerk" of fhc
circuit t ('Colur. Such rumoto
is (ibsoluitfly false and is
bein. circulated for/ its ef-
tect oin my chances of suc-
ess. I tril///l be in the rJtc'
until t/hlie cose of /I/, polls
0/o THtesdaff landhl lier',
/rom the assurances mt(de
;to me, anud with the a.ssis-
f((ncc of tn,y friend's, /hat I
(i in( the winner.
R. E. L. DA.XIELL.
Hlantali Bros'. :re agents for I)e-
\VWees" Cough C.'re. lDiarrhea t-niii
(e-y aUid Witch HazI-l Salve. They
S.ruaraniitee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who uses them
without being benefited. Price *5
c ints each.



^"


LEWIS BE B, & CO., Sole Agents.

Old Quaker, Hunter anc Parole Rye W hiskeys.
-::)-Chesterfield Boa.ron Whiskey.--(:


D~oub le IBr.A- to-t( V --


REI ULA


MiSS R. NEWELL,

DIRE SSMARWFR.,


It,. ~'l ,--.*ti -of. Sfilk Npck-


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25 Cents


--Al'--


-- -- Photographic Artist,
& J& B. ForbesT LN4. South Palafox St.
iD i J 3 I iat WtH l.m (a ,m, iarim:.te.-e


tick Apostle's Restaurant.
-i( rt ordtr. Prormptlv nir l -d i lt H i-
of Day .r Nic .t.
Fish and Oysters in All S'y1s.


Nick Apostle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
L)ealor i'j
Bielilo 3 ad BieyeI. Scinbiles.
Ag~-~it for Itai~iem')p. (ii fvobaad *nil H yl-t mr
HcreS. tSix ') ear% xp-ri-n-, &an He-
PIIar~bg of hic.yceq--. C~ -.e.
',I Yr-writEr). ('un-. 1.n.K.-,m iwl. to
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3r- -. -'-- -w-w-w MIA
ink Enugmh For Any Amount.
'11h1d lit) I ~ a .
I her. lHe an -' i. iv i:, :o 'I ctillI
draw a cl-h". : I *lhm~.zt
1ijousand.-
bank. Lhate y( 11:
"No. [out l *e a i t, i
the Jink botils. "- tlce-voand Plaini
Lkealer.
TUP %unsge ah~r
"T1heliii II' i Es 0'.'t Its' wilrn4
said. "to t.i lst z-fitany sj utt-4
the St%'(14.4ti'5lung thilirg. :apnojpo'. of
socnethiniz q ~r (ot losr. not eqse'utiziI to the
Working tout (if this StorY as a bit of
art.
"Oil. she did, did she?" finappislk the
warage loacbt-lor.-lntflaimpolis Press.
A Defumilsm.
"Father," said the buy who has Neen
encourago-4 to a-k questios. "what
does the word credulity mean.,"
CVredu~lty," was thoe answt-r, "means
the ability to 8:0 right ahead believing
the Weather r*-joirts.' -NWashiogto4,
star.
Ititle. fr -Lent.
All the faiitt'ful who have Coln-
pleted thf-ir twtntv-tirqt yedrai az
who have not b(-gln their !-ixtieth
year, apd who arte not cex.4m~ptd fr i-in
the obligation 4-f fastinsr by sickness,
hard work cr ssther w. 11 knowns rca-
t~n. are oblig# d to f vit on all the
davA of L-n'it. #ixetpt Sutsda-.
(On those- day-.tout oti#- fuill meai ij
allowed. Whit k h-1;,uld niot be ta&kenj
before noon.
Cufatiin ;il ,5wQ a ctip 4)f c--tlee. to-a
'ior thin cht~cs,lale.'.a14id a -ill 411 pit'.'
-Ko bread or a crack.-r. to hp taikeii in
tte m ornmilr: anzd iio tiie -eni'zui1'.a
-c1ollation.RIwt CXCf-t'd~ini:Ot-e fou!Vt'
part of 2n o~ru iitarv iio .i-i all-owe-d.
At tha.i cithlajtzcs.loutte~r.
m~ilk,ee~gQ arid Al! kind- of fruit,
tfi~zh and ve.tih~ art- di l-w.-d.
lXheenati JTIHCIJdIthelrnia i't-a IIdn iot
without irav- iiC5'R1~Zijeiwv 1)b
taken at 1 -..it i- psrtm loIde to
t-Ike the sI~ausill ti..'insrllM


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Weak



Children
How sad it is to see weak
didren-boys and grls who
are pale and thin. They can-
not enjoy the sports of child-.
hood, neither are they able
to prolitby school life. They
are indeed to be pitied. But
there is hope or them.


Scott's Emulsion
has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
Your doctor will tdel you it is both
e antd medicine to them. Thy
begin to pick up at once under its
=L Their color improves, the flesh
bLmeM s moare firm. the weight
increases and all the ul f ll ie and
vigor of childhood returns again L
At all rniz'r t : w ar ?i fs 3.
SCOTT & 1u& ANL. Chtnuits, New York.


The Wap. of Prirene.
There have lsts'n mal4Y rss'nl anthnrx.
and we vwisib sn~txisthsb7-' vs'reyet
rnssther. a prinso 'iofs'Itri' IlwO azd of a
really grest lat''. iss !s.11 %,,N titanvr tislk
how princem Ireally fool al,,,tv l th. sb-
soE Q'lfr"'fltiug. 3-vs'lthy s lti. .i h rlyI "-~1w
i-ca 1'; l f. test sd lov Ith'Iste '.h las.0wsY ths'in
or thio iv'stuld1"~t !in%- -1: -.k .1 s;if.tta.-v
huive in c ~~t si1'S t'"', wnvy
of m'en.
pr-1 Abd l, v pv avl%'' Iht'-y 'v 1 isd ssrtiers,
'A ho t.'s 'k :l' i15..- '1 si .. f 'i -
ty cr Ow No .s' ~'~s:-)'ssIT 4dw'vina,
thium. !.ul 4 4 rs-iai:tr ist.) make' -sf

,Ily 'O# '"ll %%t, tt .4"!k.I I z' iL7 1 tr1
n ai: I N~V f *1 I* I\

It iwit 1' ss'- '' oa kina re-v-


f i !f git.hol- Ik '.: a hisin[n- a.
f- i f-c'.' '.i- .-tii i' Iti. 125 Itiso 1 .II1IlIi
h'11 ib h I O'Iand %I' It-s+v-I:.IT-
1:11. llutt lie %U" 1-4,1111. V11' e '1101. V'-.


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PROFITS FROM CONVICTS. !
State Clear* 8,000 Under the New
LeAwe ?Sytem.
ATLANTA, April 7..-The year which
was aitked for the trial of the new con-
viet 1Ls*e system in the' stat' closed
April 1, and the report f1 th.* last quar-
ter of th" amount re-'civeI f<,r convie't
hire h.ts I s.-n prepare-d at th.. office of
the prns-ul commiasioiu.
The reps rm .h-iws that the inew ha.- brought injto ithe tr.as-.ury 2o .:19.13,
uot iun'luding a cle-ar prfifi ol;f 6.Imi) ,tn
the prn. tu farn at OMlfedgvill,. Of
this amluut $12v,<-) was appropriated
to meet th- o.xpen~'s of tih, d-xpartusnt,t
loeavini at thet l, \w-.t ftir'nr -a pr fit to
the state.. f #N .W( lu a y.mar a-u a .e-
-ult of its t,-xp'rim,'nt.
Un.e'r the .ld lt-"s vst.t li.y which
the stat,. pras-tically so1d tli," convicts.
lahbr aul all. t., the l.....*-, the Innual
profit aoiunts'i" tO' $1').) an- seldom
'x<,e '"ld d el.''1 ">.


SAfter He Comesj
he has a hard enough time. Every.
thing that the expectant mother
can do to help her child she should
n do. One of the greatest blessings
she can give him is health, but to
do this. she must have health her- -P
se',. She should u-c every mean ca
to improve her ph:v. ica1l or- .:t:on.
* She should, by all 1.eaus, .-,;pply 4
herself with
Mother's 4

Friend.
It ,will1 tke her .
h eI%
S C Ioug t e :'isa
n,.n nrt wichl

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woman 1: vi'i in F,-t \Vr.vne, 4
Snd.. s.tvs": -MFhier Frienttd wi
'n e t for inc. Gra,.e (d for
y. :r lhim ..nt.-
" R.'a t h:er lrj f, l i: e~l '.n f.
Small %m7,n 1wh l) undlcrgo nature's
_ ,"dc.,t of childbirth.'"
Get Mother's Friend at the 4
drug store. $1SI per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD "[GULATOR CO.,

y XV r '" fr our .r.f i ;.ts,-at-d b..,k, l~efore


Quick Ar.-ow Shlootini.
The Maya Indians liave acquired ex-
traordinary dexterity with the bow and


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WANTED.
Waitdtoi keby all klidsif mh:cooa
land Furiltore, Usrckuiise, &c.
Address Bit 142.


Staste Thunder and LiIghtning.
The r w!sit'. v CtA.w i ai. for
n.:tkingu~ h Oie 1twi;)t toalsu s
a 1,!:,.11,'41 is- 55-I:Yl C11.is' aiis1ieuco
js1. to thi lhz.]%d If'J, IIws*4; 1 lsl o t
in 11t". L-s I 44 It''.'.exs..:.l ii 'S1'
,11:. 'pi-.eo ( II&, 1 '', i 3 I 1 :la lisl: ig she u'
st~ir wi;Ita ti-:et's* s>vl'-.srin-

hits (oft"41 1,4 L-:1 4 a. ill1sI (-Ne it.lmd r sit
rilk. tijiisdl W i!i Ia si:ltk. st''.iit te'
telLs'.sh Atttt.ll5.. I r-

.ml (irslingry T LlsIt- .i1 1.t (if*a1 wil. 'n .)htItI

t r1.4 11
Th A un f sstt eI Is I'. f a cArr-
r An vtti .' .9 %% ta t li Ii I i '.vs es'a


i. jsrl ure sof a III sr-s'. Whcts then' is
' a r, 3 Aj~s !' t ''ir '.'. ii S isli
tho ritil X41114-V 4t jfs' .ssley Itst
Is ofh s m ,1t oy e Ivrni-poilY lv i ss'5 It a dried
oR Ifs. a with ra tt ans* .'.hilos' hivvy
stroks'a on the Isatzs 'irmn "'.ill com-toy'5
tbc Iiis'.iof earnntmadin8.
If th*-;niesdhnisti were seen In iop-
em'tlon tby an t) lishs'l'N. it w~uldsImake
the Altbolt: Ipetlortr.inait' seem itl tsheuiou.


in an anna tree gathering e apples.
He at once fired an arrow at the ila:n.
striking him through the chest and
while the Iodly was falling placed an-
other arrow in the neck. I'urtunately
for himself hli moaunged to reach the
ueairest Spianislh settlimtent before any
of tlie inmurdered im:mI's relatives could
overtake him.--Chaibers' Journli


Sor. Tarragona and Zarrago..a -ts.


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Alphabet!


-......... ....... ... ..... ......1.... ..A.1 'l.iu i, tip ',,t sup.- tr.,oier. ..s.e 1,iit o mur
and the dinner in th-li eveiin, to alter an etia'uette -Sp..tt.r.
Abstinence ron ti- heu-e of fl-h ARE YOU
i1 enj'ined on all the W ednesdays *Ii'm Quite tist. i i.; a.s..-11. m1 | 1 a*
and Friday-of L,-iit and on the Sat- -. ;' -..::i .'' !:..! ; :.- I
urday of Enilt-br %'eek and on Holy ed a li:t;'- :n. ,. : usi.; l 1 0'l- i fE A'-
fttarday. van.'-int; -.::,. : ., i ', i.> I. 1 is;il l--
The ue of lard i- allowed in cook- vi.,-.s. "[ i:i.:i, I s...il r, fri t,. p1.-,- WE NAVE THE ONE YON WANT'
Fish and fl. sh are not allowed at Whoth'er y n want ia bI oont. ne
ih aod ,h* .r not alowed at "-.. ;,.r v. lit:. i 1 v. h:t par- a -maill one. ian oxp-n-ivr. or I ch-,p on-..
the same in'al. ev-ten on Sundays. W ..': Is' !stsi..-.. wse have a gr-at vatripty for i*/." r rent Th'
Eggs. choose, mtilk and butter may i ''. o s-t of them are luxurious. 'lls- c tisa le-t
be Ised every day. but abstiuince ": I'll aor:1i,;t. i.-w :111 >v of My m aregood. J
fr all of thl'- i-. recomni-.nded on own'" w:a. the ,'rl,:y'. 'Th0 nil ldo it. DWELLING V'FORlt IIENT.
04wd Friday. '.u l.n-t.W ha; ;s.. :1 a..i::y progress. o. A:. Woat Gadsden .tr.et,7rums.2 F
Pei ons exempted from the obli- i opl,."--4i ha ,co I',st. atory) 5.'.to
nation of ferting are not bound by No.1001 Ei ot Kasth street: -rm., r i s l. t i G' t
the reotrictioni of u.inz meat but Deafheent Cannot he u'tret No. :11 We't Laltus 'trt.4 roomm'.,l
once a day on the day.- in which the *tory) r.
use of meat is permitted by di-pen- by local ap locations a.; thvy cannot No. i west Hetmonit ti.-ee-t. 7 roonmt.
"Lion. reach th- diiaaed portionii of thle I. .t' hu, .h -tr., r I
Cbild'en over seven years- of are ear. There i d only one iay to cure storyy nar ne s\ti #, .-(iae 1:.013' T
are bound by the law of abstinence, deafness, and that is by constitu- No. 4.: a unlesa excused by sickne s or other tional remedies. Deafness is caused -No. 9".e.tyHelmrint stre..t.5 r.om.. i i T
causes. by an infltamed condition of the 1in- btorv It IN
The paschal tili:n. in which all ouiis lining of the Eustachian Tube. No. 111 west C('rvtint--tr.*et.7 rooms.-
Catholics whf o have c d:mo to tI.e When this tube is inflamed vou have Iteund'torVKua sr, s rooms. 'T
years of discretion are bound to re- A ruinhlinIr sound or inpierfct lhear- Cor. iiltou andl.Ruat-,.,iroomi. "
ceive holy commtunion worthily. ex- ing. and wh-n it is entirely closed, No. -iMouthl Spring street. rooln. Il
tends from the fir t Sunday of Lent Deafnessis, th, result. and uniets- No..~, s -,rstree..srm.
till Trinity Sunday. inclu-ive. 'hil- the inflammation can bhe takon out Itomrv> ........ I.e __
dren over se-ven years of are are and this tub', r,..tor.d ,to it. nolrtnl No.'11" E. Intensldencia Street. r)oomi'.
bound by ths pr"cl pt of annual con- condition. htearinz will be d, tr-oyd 7 Norh spring ,treet. ruom-.
fe'eion. P, w thathat the (.ildien comply ni!, c iau'cd by e:tt:rrh, whi,-v i- no,,tini corner.ardeit an, l. Villi.er. rrc m..
thi duty. eut an intlamn d condition of th!e i -,torjs .,)
The holy 'ea= ; of L.-nt i- a time- inuCtu-i surfaces. several iatiler dw-llinize <:an I- -. w
of prayer. ,ot -,trow fo. -in, of i.;t-s'u- W'.- wi!l giv.e o n11 H nii 'r- d Dollar, -ou. a'l it th e i,', ,art. r .f" t s' in-
t.ion from tihe world and it- a;Inlu-t-- for any eli--" f l)Detfnirs-- caut-id by ri
ments,. and of renerou- lain,,vmte ,atarlr that c.tInnot h,. cei!',(I tty Th}OS / Iat80) t CO. P
By a special inijut trainted to til, Hall'- Catarrl; Cure. Sonid fuor cir- D O- /- Vatso7l/ .,
bis-hops of th- I' .ited States for "oin -ulars : f:'-. O
year.I dating fr-ttin Mtarit 1C'. I-', F. J. (':t![ v & (' Tol.(l* Io. REAL ESTATE.
working popI, who caiinit ea-i s,d.i by )rui.i-... -,. Rental nd Insurance
observe the comiImi.on law of thll Ha:ll'- ".n.iv Plli- aret the bo-t. eb
church, are l-ssit'n--d Ir-,in th.- hob- AGENT .
ligation sf ab-, n,. clie '',n dl sl.,L"- ,f
the year c. hpt F-'riday.;l. A-1i The nicet (and most stYl- Nio. I South Pa.itfox Str,.-, S
Wedne-day. H.sly Week and (Chri-t- /h //Ili of rul;s a-nt mat- PINSA A, FI.A
nmas Eve. Trti- di-pens ition ii .-i-- *- T .
not exempt trsm the additiont:l s-i1 tif.I erer e.i'iihited In el'-
ligation iof fam-tiiir. wh.i* -it h *x x acOV la. (_t 7a at farston (
hh nt DINK LION BEER! u
iats. nor doe- it :iithoriz.. th-t i-- .t -lf
hih and fl.--ht 1 tl ,- t,-;; ,n-;l. it Fi ch'sh hrI 1 i ? itu Ile house.
vidual o-kiment ii whe t iv-sr it -



enter into th.' spirit of ?1: t oly vt-a ynvelop- to mateL-. X
son of Lent by voluntary acts of tor- .u C hritig-el ::'-. aii E.ve.es.
tificaton.pe -nianceI.an d tnlrn ivi <. A id'-- Pa rclinie!.
most praiseworthy custom m is that of Invi.Ati.ion Pap-r and Ernv.ilope-.
ab-tainiuis duritL: L-tnt from < tiant,- Linen 'Ia')iet. jz
plants, in honor ,,f tihe -acrtd t.ir-t t-f Fro-ted Velum and Enivelopoe. Endrsd by alfl Physicin- as the
our divine Savior. Euglish Note: S atin W Vov: Ti-sue .nly -Rer ab-olut l"y iree fro,,i adul-
Those who entertatih any re.,oua- Paper: Denti-oi'-s Crope. Etc.. with teratiou.
ble doubt about thli-ir obligation to t general asortment of stationery.
fast or abstain. ought to apply to C. V. TnoMN'soN. Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
their pastor or confessoAr for advice No. :i Stouth Palafox Street.
EIIWARI> P. ALIEN. PENSACOLA.
lishlop of Mobi e. A beautiful as-ortment of & and
Mooile. Ala February rt. Ika. 75 ceut piling, -hirts at White's. Try It. 01 Ta a! all U10011 NO.


wai an ANCIENT who used
to nurn wood.
iQ for BILLS that hie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that he after-
wards bought.
i-s the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i- the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in not using
ffa-.


i- the GAS George used in his
-tove.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to hi- home.
i- the INDIAN; he doesn't
u.-e GAS.
cannot use it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY, they'er
both of 'em cool.
i- the MONEY, save-d by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW, the bept time for
a change.
i- the OFFER the Company
inake s.
i- the PROFIT. dsn't mlake a
nti-take.
I-or fsQI -ESTION : nI ( ques-
tilt at ai,
i- ti- AL. N(G ': yuti -,,ould
buy befr,- i-Fail.
i- th, SAVING v.- r.;ake. If

i- ti; TiME ttisl TiIl 'tLE
i;t v-.d, to',.
I- t I ; "UNI N 'f C',InfI t
: ,i t1 : t.
i- VEXATION, now (cut it

1v1 TuIDOMT is it:'.viti in

; 'i lr-e i:irsr- to buy a
t i I ti ..,
t- f.,r '<>1". Il'. .- slt trve a-
y.iiL pa.-.
i- .ur 7.EAL tso -upply you
witi. iGA."

ANGES $13. Connect d Free


Pensacola Gas Co.,
3 S. PALAFOX ST.


TrC 03Q OIO:BT
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


wziuz:9, W1:1, uL.0 C,1:.

j:.-RRRS, ETC.,-0::-
IN WOOD AND tLASS. LAlt( <: E-M0.W.1 '
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BIG FIRE IN PROCTORVILLE.
Entire Businesa Portion of Town Is
Laid Waste.
PROCTORVILLE, 0., April 7.-At 10
o'clock today the flour mill of D. G.
Pugh caught fire and from that a con-
flagration resulted which destroy ivl half
the town. The fire l urn-d. horh up andt
down the street. ci.,aring two -j|uar i ,,it
reisdeince. and bu-minie hsou.. Bur
two stores of any imrorrance the t.own. The 1 l i- etiumated at nearly
*200,000) w ith t-nly a t!) ier cent insur-
auc.'.
Tw,'lv' r,'si'l-n'l***' wr r'. d.tr yved with
ni,)st ,f th.-ir c.inti.nt,. No lyves wer-
lost.
ConsolinK Thought.


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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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SOLE AG TSI FOR


A. m. AVERY,
Pfcopw to jigv I *W-,I*'1*
rMIOWrTEll AND JOBBER OP



Iron, Nails, Axee, Shovels, Saw Mill aLd reteamboat u~i-pntes. C' *x.
and Hessing Stoves, Paint. 01ls and Window iasn.
Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing GoodK.
Guas, Plitols and F!shint Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, R.-ver- OsIa.:
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, LafUn & Rar.J
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalhmilne, Iron Kiag and Hock'- t. v-.
and Ranges, Wmi. Coupe & Co.'s Baw Hide Laoe Leasher, MaUary's Ready
Made ~illroad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


DR. MOFFET'S Anyslritti, Aids Digestka
T Eit A egulat.s the Bowe.l
L I NI Makes Teething F&q
.(Teething Powders) TEETHINA Relieves the R. -.
low. AS pS 16 t ATroubl sof (hildrinm
Cs -r costs mly 25 cats at CJ MO T ANSY At.
Or mall 125.feftm toC. J. MOFFITT, m. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.


F. C.ItEIRN .
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First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


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WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. H
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ILOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. K. HYER. Jit
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Mii 4 D;io kiug light ul S.

C'OWe draw our own Blll of Exchange on Oreat Brit:'n. Is' .'
Germany. France. An4trna, Italy, Holland. Hpain. Belgium, i ar,:, N
way, Sweden, Denmark and other Enropeau coantrler.
W"Vessels Diasbared upon the Moes Favorable Tarm.i. and rt. .r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of DeetiaMtlon Ten or Fifteen tL 7e
after Vessel Arriveo toere.
WSafSety Deposit Boxze for Rent in Co-, section
with which we have s Private Apartament for the Use
of Reuters.


'- lt1 if atn adnd Nlmp*rt fr the

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still
CEO & tto np m tmt am AmaWad h tib a t )m

MOBILE, ALA.
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THE ORIGINAL--


I T. LOLIs


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDA, Sole Wholesaler.

1130 i311E3. DRINDIES IllE,. IIPORTED 11AD i,
Pal Jones ani Echo Srius Celebratd !:.
IRT I BOTTLE OF CELERY TONIC.
PHONE 1S4. : : : : P. O itpx .',**
JUG & FAMILY TRADE ZSOLICITE9
Free Delivery to Any Part of the '.ty.
W Ail ordrt l-.ft at ThTe Offeo., Vidal a lmith, wi. t- *'- '-
atteadled to.


LLI TOR


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers


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arrow, which, with the spear. Is their
only weapon. though the boys before
they are strong enough to draw the tItEW N t
bo)w oftmn use a sling made from a NEITlHEK tbecaptain,owners
strip of mwhide. with which they kill nor conmitneem of the Port bk I
Emella Elvera will be respon-
squirrels and small birds. The bows ble for debts ontracted by
are about five fett long. made of a theorewotsaid vestal.
ArNTONN GONCAHX@,
thin, tough strip of euhoon palm. well Basrs, Dunwody & C'o., Csaptain.
. seasoned. The arrows are usually car- (onnitpse. *At
ried in a tigtr skin quiver and can be
used with marvelous rapidity, as the NICOLA CA98A,
following incident will show: IC L AS
A chief of the Lacoodones of my ac- RESTAURANT.---OYWrM S. I
quaintance named C('anek had been on
litd terms with his father-nd-law for Frit. Caies VeptaI, r
some time. One time. One m(orullg wh!lr hunt- FnI lls d Vej p,
Ing in the bush be espied the old nimah Cigar'. and Tobacco at Low Pricep.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. 7


A CLEAR HEAD; PENDING IllR CAMS.
,'--tion: sound sleep; a


* ivand a ripe (;(1Ad i,-
(i f th rsutsof the u~
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A Known FR
-,. salute cure for sic
(., dyscppia, malaria
.::h.dLdizzintsC, corst
:Q's fcvt-wr, pils, tor-
; i all kindred disease

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With Disfavcr.

LI[G ITFF- PAID TO1-111'ui:ATTOIlNEYh


KIDNEY DISEASES rEaste i

are the most fatal of all dis.


lCYC KIDNEY CURE Is -A: 7 R Ml
UFOLEY'O ruteuid R er n r
r. l #,f(.\%A-A t'w nC 1. i -1 _-


Does %4l;1t ten igcicThome For ~
k~ hum. Y luo mtendrit-4-aptain BobE*.- *medics by emized
Ares ottuar con (ioternment Land. nent physmdatns as the A o
IaI 5'd tI .J-PLe am emon s-mator Shoup. KIQCIMyrand Bladder Wtrou~bles
ti atn "' '\. I9- ..j PRICE SWc. a" $1.00.



Pils. ,x#-etLe- ailxot,:xt*,,! if to-t wl~i-IIj are' ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
t~h".iittxal'I*~~.I Lc't~ (W (I-S Cut grizfts before the buds beggin to

I: l-lui-i.i: ILat 0,. ~u~ r v'.11 iiolieO v(.iul Plant out a rew new fruit trees every
0 a re-dA rezgi -, !~a& t the war sra;
.o f livi IiLU!L&cngt'n -..s ~tiws that wxood ashes kre eitpccally beneficial
it wulild uti('t ,ItV lit r,-iin tit(,Lxmigti- to wo jons..
a v f l"mfl 111i00I d' 2WOf ot~tc to pay tbew if I'vaecbes require a bigh, dry u~n.i mod-
Ie g I tl\, imit i~t (fi~t ,t iitt-tId upon eratcily (e.rtl e sil.
1. 11 ~Itis t h. 1~201 LI tat lit- Ani application of lime iu often beue-
I::ii~~ tim- tit't Ii i'iir(.it-v % % Itui resxIcicthe -per- fic'.al to (lie orebard.
bmti'V.I -tI iijort'J trt tdl-iiII lig 111 Ilkready to LwakC SOUIC aRly garden
V. 2 mr fil-. :r lm. 1 em I' at thjc L'rst Iuvornitle opportuauey.
,.*'~ I ~d iit.~ 1 .~~ 4 U ide i~O~v jThe liit ttr nic~ted nud fitier tfie una-
i t.It 1-i~l~ 'i I.~ a Lr':v per-' nurt, and tie- njurF K uruung i Iy 1iIs in-
t i~ t 14 If ('LI i 1o"I4n b e C -tie( o !l. U IT, c 0i ~ ee te i
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tIhm' l.'.zi laturi and m,- l i-;t of de-le-
L''e. tttie (911:t (emfltcratiecCon-
I nat Powel -en. A pril 14, ten-
dor-fed by the Workingumen~ i etco-


Fea)r Ilice Iegxe.Iature.
C. Norm-no Joni-o..
H. (C(lovton.
D-'lemate-, 1mm Coutxny ('onvweyx! 1
Precinct 12-H. H. Wike F. R.
Rt A. Cre-dilie-. Wmt. Carmi-
c hat-I IiTho.;0. lb virz.
Pr,-v'i nct 1 L-J F. L. Q uin a. Ar-
t h ir Jmtt-, 111 1)). .1 (C. Avsery. J. Whit-
iing lfar;:i-. J:i-;. L. Swerriev.
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COFFEE. COFk'EE.

Roasting a Specialty.
l(tare ifon, tried Swtans'
Dou'n /our.' It is lthe whitest
and suweeest on the Ameri-
can Mnar',,f, in barrels, half
barrels, 2.', pound and 12
foundd sa cks, wholesale and


retail.
TryI Delatour's Ginger
.Ile: best .Mineral Waters
on the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
. 1.10O per dozen.
Try our Freshly Roasted

T.1 S. i'HGII H,
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Ball OUR


ORY HALL-- NAME'S
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Light Infantry.

Ad t-1 Wik4-pthk 1'. ill tho Iizu-'.-t Qe of allv
fln aud will Illt m ttm'oe int tat end.
we~allem un 50c ladies Free.


"THE 01 D RELIABLE."


El. Mualler,


Choice Family Draceries,


4FlIur, Meal and Feed.


Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or T 'l.phn-ri 'ilel and Delivered Promnptly.


Co -. Palafox an-i Zarragossa Streets,
PEN. ~CL'~ P.


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PANTS !


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged, sl-ort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
6< 0 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Home
are a dollar a pair, good
cassilnere pant. WMome
are two dollar- a plir,
good c:iasiinm r- pant-.
Sonic- are tire, dollars a
ipair, goni ,.astiainero
pantQ. S2ItiM ni e two.,
three and four dollar, a
pair, gVood v,,rA.:ed ijautt


HALL &n KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Groeery, W[ DfO NO1T0

502-504 SOUT x PALAFOX ST-,
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~"Ptrr!~,Newan GI,;Le Crdaly n~me~ t \si atd h~.'t sinff purposes --to voun'1
their fi n~inose Stock.


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE HAtTT.OAD.
IN EFFECT .JANI'ARY 27. 19K).


No. 6.
12:45 noonx
2 :15 p In
4:1:.' p n
4::30 p fit
t:IU p IIn
i; I n:. 111
12:25 .' oon
4:116 p n


No. 2.
I1:2(1 p In
n i g Iiiht
3:44)a xIn
7:441 a ini
C.:10 a cIn
7: V) p cn
a :2in
7:416 a i


Leave l'Penascola .....Arrive
Arrive ..Floniaton Arrive
Arrive. ... Mobilet ..Arrive
Arive. New Orl.a-ns. Arrive
Arrve... Montgomery Arrive
Arrive .NamsivI.ll. Arrive
Arrive .. ouivill ...Arrive
* Arrive ...incinnati Leave


No. 1.
4:15. p m
2:45 p m
12:I.5 uoon
7:56 a n
11 :'14 a In
2:21 a ui
Vt:12 p m
6:45 p Im


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2:&') a ax
12:201 night
7:45 p ax
9J:30 p cxi
io:t1l1a tfi
2:'')ain
I1:(10 p ax


Msz;,.wz&;Mi PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No0.'.1.N .N 0.:'. N o. .
ii:!5 Igh :fe ..... -n aola pme; pci
I1:55nigbL 7:impa in 2cjPt ip i
4 :21 aii34:fiaa III II'Pumaek !prlrxgN 111 1) f~:' piti
C:'u a Nn Icc:ts anIII.. I 1)IiillY v Incc ]2 7p II
7 :410 a In 11i: 1.5 a III %Ic Utiffila A- I, III 1 f I~
IL In 1~2:1C. n, on Emiv--r .J U ctliexxI,.111cx 12 ftaIII
-I : 13 p III latl Iioifts p III
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TiE OIIUA KNTCIYw


S. A. FRIEDMAN, PropI

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK. PRIVATE STOCK HEN HA)DIN SOUR MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEI)MAN'S CELEiRATED) OLD Pit,'V.AIE
STOCK. 12 YEARS 01); (01 ) SILK VELVET. KEN-
TI'CKY'S PERFECTION OF PRIT'Y. AND
LOTS OF OTHER HIRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
'TO M ENTIO)N.

JE OThi l-,tr..-,t and He-st Sf.l,,ct,.d :.'.(* ,,f l ,t WV .i-ky ;mi l t
Wines for Family 'se.I
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
,) "Al-;, A ,nt fr thl F.I.nous P.tl)h t Milwoaukee i;-,er. Fr,.,e I -liv-
,-ry to e-very Part tof the ('ity.


P. O. Box 4 Is.


PENSAC'OLA,. FLA.


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


cheap. We buy _ood pants,

pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front rockets, watch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see

if" she is &i//fing half of

your inic')c mi pistol pocket

and refresh ii t en/ pockets.


WE [[[ AL *


e WOOL PINS,



Solid a-; a rock. ,lain or fancy pat-
tvrn- for S2..' t:.at will keep an able
bodied nian hu-y ,ii.-it' and days tio
wear th in i out in a t' r. ;ai.l faor
.i. pa[tt,-:. l.1[,'cd -'-a!..- at.I creased


ALL O0DERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE 1 | 1 (151
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

4. ^" ') 1iRooms for Rent by the Day, lMeek or Month. 04.
S31f, 312 Morth Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot. a
O-Teiephone 68.--0 11 al, 1
-:-GEO. WILSON & CO.,-:--- ,. t_ for $;.e that ar.
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. \ lPatroniz- our P.tntry. it
FRiSHt VEGETABLE RCIVil DAILY, W ILSALE AllD RETAIL.


Hmello! I'mV Heiardicx4
atI tim1- I m liZ Ixclecti.


C~URE TUURSELII KLL L31AIL AMIII BEURLAL
lat. ... ictlir. ----*CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
vjtr f M 11 1 7 2.' ~'-.
e s~h n -H r r f A C O iF O R SA L E .
or iECin ~aUAi 081S PAedat ResoabeMates.
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rENlYR YAL PILLS A A

CA 7 S.Wa* Lal. ~u. ths tiny Capiules sm supwdor
fmCHI IHKArrtEs ENGE.LPimtltOBalomsnrot CIOpab%.
io rit&-wcnTake..me ther. Refuse a w ,jh UD
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900.


A NOODB BR AKR. I IID MillioUs OwGe Away.
--B Mor It is certainly gratifying to the
Sfe.1 at M- m or n ingcout MAT M public to know of one concern in
o eo A D AT ARAthe land who are not afraid to be
ARX[VZD AT QUARANTIIcE. generous to the needy and suffering.
There ere only four cases before Span s Frante. Arribi. Cientue- The proprto the need of y and r. Kingffers ewg.
Mayor Billia-d in the police court gos, toGulfTr~anit Co The proprietors of Dr. King's New
eer ship August, 1411, Jaburg. Bordeaux, Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
th morning, of which one was con- tooder and Colds, have given away over
Ciao" and one discharged. The Nor alp Prthena, lvyi. (romberg, Green- r have gie away over
aockd.toTor ttroton million trial bottles of this great
floes amounted to $15. Norbk Einer Tbambarskelver, o9.|Hihllie- medicine; and have the satisfac-
This is the smallest Monday morn- seRu Aerp to oer Dombe, Bar- tion of knowing it has absolutely
ingoonrton record. Up to undav bado, to Bait. Dunwody& to cured thousands of hopeless ca-es.
ng rt on record. p to n Am schoner Kebnoca I. Moulton. 5-', Asthma. Bronchitis, Hoarseness
morning at 9 o'clock only one arrest Cook,Triuidno, t) order and all diseases of the Throat. Chest
hadlbeen rade. The other twowere Havana,tott1o. Merrtt& o Erkin* and Lungs are surtly cured by it.,
made on Sunday. and the fourth wa- Call on w. A. D'Alemberte, Drug-i
continued from Friday. makingmonly ARRvrFI. gistss. and get a free trial bottle.:
three arrests in two nights and two :r -cbh i'oon:ce,4 t. o.t.-tr,('ia. men Brac, Regular size WOc. and $1. Every
daye. to order bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.


WHEN I TRAVELING
Whether on pletstre bent or busi-
ness, take onr every trip a bottle -of
Syrup of Fi t, as it acts moast pl.-a.-
antly and l '-ctu'ally or4 the k iney".
liver, and boweli-. preventing fevers,
headache-s ai:d ,o:iir for'ij- of( sick-
ness.. For -;t+1- 11m 7', ce-nt btti-es th
all leading: by the Cal:fo,rnia F'le Syru) C,.
only.
A v, ritabl):e '*e-t of .-cal t.ia
for eri ;n 1d bhoy, n \Vi: :- -.
ST. MICH Cel,'l (Hu cit'.
A Magn.ti -'nt New .l'ar andl a N. v
Pipe Organ Amoig the liii5r. ) -
men iia.
Palm Sunday service- at a -
chael'- CCatholi c-.hnr ., ye-tr .:.
were conducted b! fore a 1 1a':. I'i' '.t
new altar, preztit d ti to ,
by Mr. F. C. Brent a- a iii :1' :'n i :
his deceased broth, r. 'I'- !'i -
one of the hand-oum--t i:n ay -
*rn church. It i- '/-4 f-e:t hi.ti-: ,:, < .
feet wide and i- wl.ite ''nla i'-l'i .:. ,:
trim lled 1i .in id. t-.- t,.tl 3'. V t'
which ni.u-t t1- tU to l ';'--
ciated.
Mr.. Martin I. AS llivan ia- :l-,.
presented t! t c'uro!li w riA :I; --
gant new '.:pTe .r.man., wihCl! wli;
oona be pila e-d in Ipc-itiion T'!, <.
will alo ,be con-i-dltrable wo.rk in rpnov; iin.. tani.tig ;,t d ui co-t-
rating th,- church.

If *rouhbled with rhliumatiim. ivi-
Chambeilia i's Pain Halmn a triai. It
will not c-t you a cent if it does not
good. One application will iti ive
the pain. Ita!tecnre a ,praiit.s a:nd
bruises in oni-tl-ird tha tiint r -
quired by ai.y other tr'eatneiit.
1Unto. blnrls. fo-tl-ita. quii ill-y,
pains in the -id- atid che-t. g-la t.dF-
ar and other 'w -llings are quickly
cured by ap'pyinr it. Eve-ry hottl.-
warranted. Price. -.3 and 5.-' t-.
For sale by Hanntih Hros. atnd a.i
Iu*tdicinc f <;l'l.i r-.
Nobby Sprinj g Su '- for y.utz ) 2 '
at W!:t; -.
HElllt '., V-0 t ( HtA. 't'.
Iron, Woven Wire ar: (i 'ratu:> ;..
-'en-i'; Ifor A. I urp,-e .
J am agent fr the l. :r*--t ti. F *,
facturer-. in the world ttf evL'y'r: i:.
in the way of plain :and o; ;,ae:: .:..l
iron eand wire fe-:..cil-', 't .1-, .1 .
etc. There is !iott.il; ii t'.. i-. i
that I cannot ;upptly an i it !lt:e'1 :I-
facturers' pri"e-. +r-cted inF dir :.
and workinanlike manner a;' a:
-uch low price- that itl will :-
tonished. 1 '-i-pily a!.yt.:in,, frt n.
a plain wire farmi li-ice ti, 1t1.
nOostexpellt-iveOrIialiellit-i C iat t '


Bra-A Evorinazhaa. Niewlove. !Londton
IT k Coanatu. Pautrvutde. -Nap.--
Nor bU E,.-ier. M areu ~-%n. Hiamburg
Br sa Fruirrti. Penu'iil. Havania
Nor atip ratriarc'a. Salversen. L'Tb.-ck
Hr ss Arlington. Knowles, (,iei.-it
bkt' 6h(uiit. Lar!,eni. Iteeario

P !'k 1Ii i C 'r~lt cV. La'ieo .' o, hy 'W
L N% .ttIc.1 a 4 -ft (.':F&. with eI).fco ft
h-u-n [ a,;'. ;2ft -Awn tmimber. %'alu*d
A III F ) t '; te!'.k. C-7,7. .link. by
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FINE POULTRY.


At C. Corner'a Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell eggs f.,r sct-
ting from the following bree-ds of
chickens: Dark Brahmas, Partridge;
Cochins, Light Brahmas, White!
Cochins, Plymouth Rocks, Brown
Leghorns, Wyndot's. My fowls are,
from the very best strains to be!
found, and I invite th- public to call
m'ntd ee y poultry yard-about 7,4)1
line fowl- on hand. 'ettin:-' of 13
e :,s for $1.50. LotI'I Coil.INS,
7a tf Manager.
What you pay for Clothing is not
half so important ai what you get.
hit y' I' I rd.
If' y" I)ollarn leward.


i A' Those parties guilty of breaking
'* I :,.:.. '" -, .:ai, itoto t ufr ran- i to, St ',al buildings Nos. 1. 40 and
.-i Snotiln-+i that the reward of $5>0otfer. d
h::- feor thl: ar"-est and conviction oat alny
N,, : Ilit'r.ti'hu :. ;,, :-alvtr.t :i. clii f or onei for Il rl'-akiitlg into a school build-
'I.'. '* itn: or -!- .(a buildlug out-he u-t .
-t.il i.; i- ,oud. 1
I An'.l .- .' "-. Bar tto. V 1. it- N. B. O K.
Nto' II..,' --e.. .. :...*., t,> H tI: .V r G:nl* S i perinte In el.t.
N r I< ,:,. ; i ;. t ,rI r.
It 1Iu. u.. ..., :. L. ,..ta, .l Ir NOIIC mT 'roCONII1ACTOit.
aE'. nl I. %.'r.r. 777, Guncct:i-. to l oalved. by the members of the
I'taars. n. ,l~n % ,v a
.No.r intisa. '*-,. .-,:'. to Gulf Naval Lahirer's Protective Ucion No.
stre-( C" '. r.- Si,, ,of Pensacola. in regular meet-
It LI ta F. It,. 'i--.. 'K.-.vr ,in that the following announce-
Nor l.,u:.e.-: >5. ;..r,:ct-,n. to penlacola ment be made tor the benefit of the
l.u'miil>r )public:
ou, Lu:.. z7.-. Jinson. tiW S K-yser & On and after the 10:h day of May
Nor Ma-rzopie)-e li ;. John:son, to Baars, the scale of wages shall be as fol-
1)UitliAod t'L C lows:
Nor No',I -4Pi Mkke 4, to Pensacola Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
Lit m ber C.t
'ui >-iFlii). 7: .ottiiauli sen, to Pensacola Cotlmoni labor. $1 50 per da*v.
I.unmt.r tL o EDWAID C. WILLIIAMS,
N4r P,.rf-ct. -:. Lar-.en ell for Gtoode a7-lwC Secretary.
I t .st-;nI *c .i.t>i.zz,)., o Ro-a..co ros a-w Secretary.
Nor =1a11 iJd hI.tl .uU ,to i. at trson. Down-
Co.' ? anio MX. p-t.r-.n.to.,rir There will be a regular
Am V,-dan ;. 77, Ecker, to E E aun- meeting of Mt. Horeb R.
dter- & co A. Chapter on Monday
,, r ly, 47:. M:.-. i rdr evening. 9th inst., ati7:30
;. V:t.i. i nru lock.
'-.! U ,, }:a- kW.E. AN1)ERos.
Ani 1 l-ir'.c..' re Adieb r. r.7. Lank. eld for secretary .
'.1 .: t ,!..; .s e r et.y .
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.re ti, *.litii \.,' ii, to no rt -r How (' 11 we afford to sell such
jr .; .., .. i'i:.. ,,:. "i-. .tetliag., to .at hil igh eraido Clothing at such lose
!.r ,. :. I: ,-:t-. c:d for prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
N',,- ,, ple; ours is a modern store, con-
'-trtleted strictly on rproire-sive
_!_.LLA AN!;. .r'. l 2: <-a ; plat,. OurClothirig iQ sold on the:
S', ,.1T. smallest margin of profit, depending
S' .n a large volume of business. The
I-+.. .'-.* .,: .,. *. Br* : *i. ,:: more Clothing we ellI the greater
S:-:. .''t r.ja. our purcha-iing power, the lower
:,.x ,:,, i r i ,- our pries ; that's t:.estory in a nut
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i:a'. N .-. .--..'.- ,-. ":*r,, MIILINERY NEWS.
1' .:. V\i ii mv. l'. ,. A ;:11.. ai :!1 d- Kiot- M>Irts. 1 Coihen is Offt-ring as Sprcial
*.-'.*r. i *.b o I leaders FIr This W'eek.
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Wash Silks and Organdies.

t Greate-t Choice or the Most Celebrat-.,l :xA:.: t..1 -r


: Ladies' Shirt Waists:;
Alk> a Great Variety

Ladies' Skirts and Taio .' Suits

J .IT RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
A As I'wul N\V- L, I I: n tvlI l P'iP ,-. 1- M. .
Hl ti ,-. tt e I .:-; 1i M l iinpr, wll -, -. :.- ,.
eptltu ti,,n :,- :gii I'rn-to-DIta e Arti-t. V :
'"rowdI l. (ive yoir O)rders Ei:v :i
YoU'R EASTER HATS.


SOur Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Recommendatlo -i. Mf.r.. Women
Sand Children are More than Convinced that they
. wet the Most Fashionable and Durahl, Shoes- at th.,
e lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'S
6 riTORE .....


Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,
Men's Underwear,


t--Boys' and Children's


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At Re-di,'uliou:!lv Low Pi ict -.


MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
'WE ARE INVINCTHLES IN LOW 'I iE A'.

W Inpvite the PlPl)li' to Lolok Into i ;, r S[.) .-w ;.\V -
d -ws for Prieos. Pl-t';"v ot (i).Good. :i ,,f (' -rk t,
Wait on You'
YOUR)'[ ANXIOI S TO PLEASE,

Cohen, Friedman & CD'S
RACKET STORE.
Mail ()rdt-r Attended. to Pr :: ..


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fence": c; Stl. g lor tsower-, t: A'-- ; .,I .:. i .1 "lar-.-'l.' J,.n _i only 20 ce its.
A" ci. :,:'.) 8I v F'lo.In ty Pa tern Hat fifpartment
!cent witi.ld -.. witialw :unar i _. ;.. -:,Ol 1 .; a .-a-t j .
hitchngr.k .weather ;, -.w .. N .: d I..... ; Y-..u will find -omine cxtra rood v:,-' -
wire poultry .1a:!d feniclrin.. Spi.t,.- '..''. 'i. .r. :h les. W e are king ro in ti
will not peri t o tt to enu ier 'e n. :. ; : i eprtment f,,r ttei arrival of our' '
ine stles I sell. Itut vou can s' ro. Iv I i. ew Ea-ter novelties -
Illustrated catalogues and get e-ti- "r:'.' i'e. Itn an In 7' T!mo n D m 7 et
maltes b ::lainatW.J r .i: V id.L.. V7ts.. M -ti -(.!a a In My Ts.minied Hat DI)epartnment
mates by tpplyine at WD). Joiinison : o it. :- ..... ,. i.., : *,..p" ashore
& Son's hardware departmieot Nov. P eir al'trr: ,.l You canl hily a nice trimmed Chic
.alm A. J. WAUIKIINS. r. or.- ..tt .Hat for $1.25. $1 0 and $1.75, in Leg-
Mairch t. l horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
J)ag''i. f l he Glip. KI-nt*gertn. N.or. r. -iil t;u'ksta't March 7 Go to 1Mrs. L. Coahen's.
.Johan I rg.'n-.. N'1rr. s; I 'C i aitiatn-tni(l Nov 10
The gre.te--t d ngp-r from La jotbanl". Nir. -t.i "!on-aburg Jerc r
'trippe is of its resulting in ;.eu- M"tr.hargara,:' tIwed. st Cape 'laown
ocits. If reasonable care is used, MichICle I. It. ld 4iTnoat March 2.4
however. and Chamberlain's Cougl .Marcel:, It.lId Hayitburg.Nov x
medy taken, all danger will be Meluont o .ln ,id. '1arseun.n-..Marh 24
avoided Among the tenst of thous- ia. Rnu,. sid La Ii'e ii.et .
and8 who have used thi- remedy for Pioneer.e'r.Ili .ast London March 11
la grippe, we have yet to learn of a rof-ssor Johnso*n. Nor, la,. siad Bristol
a;gle easoe having resulted in pneu- Rachel.le P. It, .%ldaid MSareill.en Feb h-7
monia. which shows conclusively KheFt. Ilmn. 44s. at Habia Jan >t
that thib remedy is a certain preven- ~"l It. %; at I&a Pla. Nov is
tive of that dangerous disease. It Virginia. it.sild IMadi-ira. Feb -N
will cure la grippe in les% time than, C.RO S. l
any other treatment. It is pleasant CONGRESSIONAL CONVNTIrON W
and ,afe to take. For sale by Han- --
nabh Iros. and all medicine dealers. For the First Congre.fetonal Distrlct.
Call for a democratic (-invntir.n of thje
If you wnt the best Preserves and rstcongriona di.. of ie ta oW e have Received Our
Pickles., ak for Williams Bros. lhFtri., to t hd at 'Tallhas'ee. Florida, W e have Received Our
W* dw D ay. ay :lv *th. A. 1). IWO. I
Charboniece BBratd. sold at whole- Th democrat c party of th. first congre..
sale by Krueger & Kugelman. idonal district of thb ,tDte s ot Florida. will O
hold a congro-slonal convention at TallD-- Ja La ie ,
has;r's on Wedne.sday, May ;ithl at 12
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists o'clock noon. for the purp .,e of nominating *Fg
is one of our specialties. Star Laun- a candidate foir conigre., from aid distr'et F rniSis Sh
to the tifty-s9 v.nrbh c.ionar-s of the U'nlted
dry. Statet.. to lbe vot--d for at th,. nCixt elt -t,tI t.
NAV S l.^ MAMKKT. an( i to trioinaat tu'h eot ier buimc-ls 5 nlloy
NAVAL STUiM. MAlKMET. COrt" btfi-r sa CojlVt-a:n. 25 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal-' 20 Dozen Ladies
Thedf df-rent counties it t'.e district will briggan Undershirtsatcentseach L,1 red, or
i1ep ted Datly Aw The News by send dlegtitoe Ct-cn tin upon th br rhrtt cnteach; hread, our
Aollo. ,ng tiaio rat ro'preteatattion: Oneodel- Drawers to match. $2.75 doz<-n.
01.magA. m' date for o ,ch ,I'.nea ast for-t th card- 30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozpn Men's F
ww ..-o.... ....n for congremf.tn hld in ii~n;. and one Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirtsi, our
S... .. ... ....... additional voti fr hr fraction in *xci m each; Drawers to match. all sizes.-
WU ... ................ -- G I ", tlirfof .!....B -t Iuuit a so rfte" or urf ,r
S..................... ........... ......... itnmm:tt e ha- ial alltomed additional 30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fancy
-.... .....-- 2 D .... -...... I : r-I)rtutntin wh.-re. tie vote for con- brigzan or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated Bosom S.i
.. ...... ........... ....r"sli l a wa ji r-iii--. ett th)- "!eEo ctioll (4a)f ; B s all -iSes
S......... ........ Ik *.. in azye c-unt. 'T'hec OiCuntie ui u t. r y,at 4.5 cents each; Drawers to all -izes.
*nzaneTUaraTit-- oent. titi rule wil beent:tled to representatiou tatch. We carry the lar


J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
ment of Solid Sterling Silver anid
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spoon
Get a new Hat from onr splendid
stock of new styles: prices iow a:
White's.
Brare Men Fall
Victims stomach. liver and k :d-
ney troubles as well as women. andl
all feel the results in loss of appe-
tite, poisons ii the blood, backache..
nervousness, headache and tired.
listless, run-down feeling. But
there's no need to feel like that.
Listen to J. W. Gardner. Idavill.-.
Ind. He say-: *"Electric Bitters
are ju-t the thing for a man when
he is all run down and don't care
whether he lives or dies. It did
more to give me new strength and
good appetite thau anything I could
take. I can now eat anything and
have a new lease on life." Only
60 cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's


Caltoun .C .t;ru :
lDesoto .... E-tmbia 1
r'ruklin l (.lden
ie-rnasitlo "l i6!1-borough li 4
Holiuit .I ,it" on 1
,I-ferson l.aaywtk -
L-fer: I. Fihrty
Mlanate-.- 3 .M i'ire 4
I-asco 4 'olk. k
-nitta 'It,..a 7 la' lor -
WarutLa n 7 Wat o 1
The cotir'ti.f v::! ''-.-eC t 'ih ir deleate--, iti
any niai.n.-r wh : 1 iisv I" toiiiderld Ihe-.t
!yv thl.. pt-o!ie :,ic il *i .r u ilg thti-. party tor-
.' llz titttio i o .'t-il7t->1 Ity I t ': a.t Con -
grte-.-ional conim -: i-.i. Ali Ot-inocrats art
iaitetedi to parti-;p.: i' ni t ;.- 'election of
IdehlegateS thhet'C.. imilIudilm tuose who
hliivse Ifc oCIr quaitil; d to 'ute since lut'
!;ist et'ct.o".'
I Le chtairro'i: Ir:d secretaryrof each cun-
;y c'iventltou hedl for th- tpurpo-e of selvet -
iiig delegates to thb .r.-t ctlngrest .ional con-
ventlon are r-qu-ested to Fs.ad to W. B.
ienderson. chte:.rmin. Tampa. I'lorida. a
written or printed copy o( tbh proce.dinas
of such county coniven, tions, together with
a list of the naqnifa of the coueity executive
cotmittte', iu stihch -hould tal designat-d
the chairman ana secrta-ry or such com-
nilt ee. W. B HEN.laRSON.
lI.'iL. t.. WALL.. chairman.


W. B. WRIGHT COflPANY,
gMA N F.\< (T R AMi J-:. -1-1. IN

LUMBER, LATHS,

S ATED CYPRE3E lHINGLE--KIn-DrIel d aps
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Easter Sale!


pring Line of Up-to-Date'

, Misses' and Gents'

es and Slippers.

Splevels- Vpst-, : )-inch Solid adu Whi:to Duck,
price 25c each or tour *prir f....................... lo0
1 Yard-\Wiile Sea I-lai:d Cotton
Fancy Silk Front at ............................ 5c
price *")o. each: I Yurd-Wide Fitc.nvill iBleach-
e.'1, tinide by I.,nidale Co).,
and W hite Silk while it la ts................ 7i.,c
rts, our price $1 n1; Piec t-- Late-t Calico at...... 4c
e lit i ne of MnIf 1-C' '.!bn'- Ginghamn,
* hi *- in th, V it ,. r t -d ....... .......... o


1k) .J. .r T y- rll t tuS rL v.- a'-. v l r n I. ... *, e k Lf irls .ti n L n ttLe -i
Balbriggan Undershirts at 50 cents; at the Lowest Prices. J"l-t r-ceived a full line of Skirts
Drawers to match. ,38-inch Spring Percalr our and "'.:rt, Waiats; our prices are th"
100 Dozen Ladio-s' Sleevele-s Vpe t-i price ................ .......... l l.
at old price, 6 for 25 cents, or 45c 3.-inch Very Sheer White Lawn, Para=,,. l- 1 ;iIlla- at S,. 75.
doz-n: embroidered neck. our pric-e..................... b'c $1.- antrd $1 25.
175 Dozen Ladies' Misses' and 27-inch Ch(eck Naiu3ouk, our Ltad(ies Irr:,l- c'; rt Pir:i ols in
Childrenn' Sleev-,ees Vests, with price .......................... late-t --hadees at I 7.7 anid .i2.i .
Tare Neck. "3 for 25c or 95c dozen. ':,o-ich W! i;- and Cont,-l All the latet-t 4tylo- in L adi-' and
25 Dozen Ladie-' Sil evele s Vet-, Pioue. our prier................ 10c 'hildr n's Str-w Hat- atd Sailor-;
with silk 'lape Neck, 2 fur 25c or '"n inch Whit l ( $1.35 dozen. I Vr.ie ...... ......... ... 15c at .. 15 and 2 IC. pir yar'l.
I Irc ILI... ....................... F1v5 at 12 I a d ';)u ,. r


Remember the Place,


- 105 S. Palafox Street,


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COHEN F iEDMAN & CO' S'



* RACKET STORE. *


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Brittles 'sarpias all ) o ,v-r a. n .a -
peanut, coeroanut, potp ceorn a. i '
nut.
Our mnission i- to cloth MW c.
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headquarters for him-
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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 9, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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DAILY


VOL. 30.


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 9. 1900.


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


WRIT OF ERROR FILED


IN KENTUCKY CASE

7aylor~s Cc~u:~sel Will Appeal
I rer the Dncjsion.

WARRANT FOR HO WARD

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"-,,',.g t! h lower Colerad.,*, Vr -
SI:, (.:tzmde :d and tributarie-.
Sri-i, of mountain water con-
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Si of anvimial, and humnain leitig.
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,.. I- ave suffered severall hundred
..ti.d dollars lons.

FOR SALE
a Ilaral m En Easy Ter nms..
.w*.t Home Farm. situated in the
,.1factmurtirw village of Allen.
Sa:i1. ('... Brittle 4itate: Term-n of
ce nts for each guess: the
:ue-.ing nearest the valua-
d property. Proce+ d- to'
d to Catholic Bazaar fund.
S"iclar apply to seent.
\' 7T FLA. -TFAM B AKEit .
Working Night aid Day
S .t'-,,-t and nmiihti' -t little
: vr wA.i- iaitde I Dr.
S- Nw Life Pill-. Ev.ery pi!Ol 1-
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-.-tki.4,'- i uto -tre-n h. li it-
.t,> ,fnery. brain-fag into
'w.-r. Tihev're wonderful
S :: up the health. Onlv 25c
S: \ .id by W. A. D'Alem


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)!.,:v we..'k rvie.-- at St. M ichia-Ie'La
i't' re!: will lie 21.1 f-alI,)Ws;
4.. l:.eAmv. Teru.-hrnr. .' p. m
7 ~% p. M..
"o it 'IVommunion wl 141 Ih te atitni na.tpred at
a mi. tvo- -d !ritia"v Ma-is of the Pre-
-manctiti':. a. na : 'iingtrfliv of Itt'he sICP1I.

H,)l% t4turda%.C.re-r*nonles will beatin At
::4 mtm.: 4ionimitetllflat 9p.Dm. A Ilene-
dirt-t"alfirt ir wl sw:I t .lLin heara'.g cuaa1.vb.


Do not NOj to road the idvertise-
Wan t ofi LETHINA in this paper.
N-w spring ."I inlatt'an Shirts, at
WEI .t e 's.


Will Improve the Property.
C w.'-v'r4. S C. April 7.-The work-
inug committee of the South Carolina Ag-
ncultural and Mechaunial society are in
the city making plian for expending in
buildim andl other improvements the
nijaer received from The Seaboard Air
Line tor right-of-way through a quarter
of a mile of the s .cietr's land on th-
edgA0 of the city. .Mauy substantial and
needed additions aud impi-wvemintS will
be made.
.IoneH aliootr, HIe Iival.
C.r: A.NtsK.A. Ap:!l ;.-.hJ .TIones. a
n.gi ,4. -li it aUii f,.tally vw,unIcd Martin
Daii-T'.. atunthi-r ut,'err Tihvy had ib,-wn
l iy :i; :.tentilna; ti th.li aine girl andl
hadA flhe n iut about her. Jome .-*-cr. t.d
hlmi-,f ,in it;ergia avtnue- anid when
D)arti'.. 'niit- iy with the girl be shbr at,
.1t,:,. tw,, bull. to jst--,inag thirughi hi.

%% II TI,-et at lT.llandte..
T : : .1 '. .\ A lrhl 7 --Tl', uai-
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S.1 ..'.!.t t1 h. t -\Iv%1 tfn- A 'r't h d

S n,, : <. : L D-if at Tal.adim .Jui,
.',1, M.:v o& the hlrt-ai -i af IuI - i-

ULA
<,o0e.nor t(o % -it I..'ou.


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'lIj DISPENSARY BOARD MEETS. ASHANTEE REBEL ION TALIANS ARE MADE SLAVES.
SFirst .Sesslon Held Under the New Laborers \e Ilorr llvy ireatd 1
State Law. Pho inM ALARMINGt
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 7.-The state CBE'MES ALARMING. t'.. Ar'.:! .-The goW
Ixard of (dihr-eirs of the dis.ensar .y are ernor has received atuihthr ommnnnmi-
holding th-.ir first meeting under thvTe Kt on frori Italian Consul Branchi 9t
.new law. There bcing a question as to The King of Bekwai Alone New York iu reference to the treatme
J.~* N E~LThligterba a'eigudrteT torIa~r Elsu rnh


For Sheriff.


FLOR!DIANS ARE EXCITED.


Ai'iitiiitilrit at'of Negro J'Potiflu'lr Ite-4


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Ib i.i l ; w, Fl't., ,Aprl 7.-It is ni,
4 t 7.:;: 1114 r 4 i -tan u'?.-r h r
.'"! p r!-LIu i, ti n -'.ig; hia ic4 e, a-
1 .. h- Ie' 6 ;'!v r.i do o'' .-thi.olh.er
i. 40 : Il 'i <11i;)'.- 4 .11it'v Ifl.oo- r -Litil t.
lt, r, .:n.:'l!!lltv. A in retiill \L a ,h'I1>1
t',. *v v ..;: ; w i,'h tim thir -
I, n i t i, v u.it ~ j imk i .atitI ff t l.-
v4 .'. r I' lv, tI tl h utpIkh ilnint lt 'of a
I*. _"*, T"":;!!ina ;r- \V;iS W ,|' l hsu h a I/;iturt
S it W' i\v (i to wl.i n oh," ar't f the
:t -;it i,.unlde .nt ,mI i : -ist ia h,,l'un;4

TL," un, l.thanb.l manner by which
th., ::,,iiiitm,.nt w;.s swuredl fo'r the n.-
g; i '.>y (- d*uty pstrnaster is co1n-
;:.,,m?.,i by all honest thinking rpoplk- of
I Ith ra-1.'s, and the wople of BP.llviuw
a;:.- nww determined that ho shall step
d, own and out.

TO OBSERVE THE ECLIPSE.
('hicago U'nlverlty t) Hlave lleadquar-
ters Near Atlainta.
C-:vi ,;o,. April 7.-Th !,'sicutific dle-
T.;.":III'i' of tlt' ULniv.r-ity of Chicago
ar. i, 01m-: phI:is f ir ti..striudy )f th.-
i. hlin- of th,.-mun w li,-h .',-nrs. M:y :'.
Th, f r,'.' iti (l.at.. of "t}I Y",l.: .,s -
r .: i.:,r. I t I tl;,'- .n' ','i\,. W i4 t ;r1' air-
r n:,n_' ] ;'i-a1.1:. |.... ir y of in i ?
.;;.i hi.i. m.: : r t, t,' th .-- M ;L:u-,i; nld
l i\ n ll1 : th l'. a'1 lt' -.l']> :- t -ri 'iviug
'i 1 .l I..i : .' i'i t I i ;i i tl 1 4 El i-t r
,ii,', 1i Ii .,' : a- .' a i ; i *i unl .i r v.
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l: a zr & Ki ig;-Inan i t.ive Ie-
Siv,. :t ,Ilii ca.r of Pre olrvets and
P'; -kl -,. t.t.iiinz ,', l c ises. T h,
art, l.; ilt< toi- El y.
l).,'u;las Shoca at White'-.

ATTEMPT ON WALES' LIFE.
It U.alls. M. ay Attmack. t 1de on
Queen Vietlrla.
LoDO,'. April 7.-The scatter bruinel
youth and his three franc u i.-stol gave
England a thrill that has not been quite
effaced by the knowledge that the Prinoe
of Wales was unharmed. This wa. the
first time the prince has been attacked,
though the &a&amdnation of the queen
has heh attempted five timnes-by Ox-
ford in 1840; by Pranisain 1442; by B-an
Lu the lmmne year; by Hamilton m Itn&5
and by Mac Lan at Windior in 18n3.
The life of no monarch in Europe habs
leea in danger as many times as that of
"(ueen Victoria, thougL, with the excep-
tiou of Emperor William, the hereditary
ruler of every principal country ha. had
one experie-oe with an asamain.


HEAD WAS ALMOST SEVERED


Ins.ane Taillor Cuts liii. Throat Ini Pres-
Peze of IllsVtre.
,NF.WPI'q)T. Ky., Apr-il t-Ol'Idthe
MA'st frightful 5l~i..1Cef l ts1-- ho1 i'4I1'V of
th4 iry1ta wa.-4 titalt of .44.' F dau.z. a
tailor.
In thie -7 l.4.a% Ili, lan's44 .1 ha''i'l:hi-
throait within r~azq.i44,afler ait a Ia.)'':u.
pk, ith ha-iihr, iin wiaa'bh lir 4JWU A-il. 44w'Ls
i~unw-rilt'd. A n..liaman Inllun'oIJ. 1'.
R te'il '1, w~wa,44ic ll'to the r.".''ute. (4-M41
ne-ar 1.'balag hi ep#wualift' in Lis v --at
,with th.e freiizt-! ikti, l.w. ~ I'd a-ta .
a.'a -tIt')I Il.Ave 1..- 11 jarI l~ip~tf41 liy Ill-
'.41iuit flu..iu t-10 i llj a ccu'tltaila!'k'i I f
Fwt I',z n. 'Aitrl v -v-s. '.!'--(I hi, i'. 4a(IIfr' iat
hi, b ,4'tv.


SprirP Feuer.


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4.4~ Apt-;I 7 .44ifir 0El' u'u.'r w)rz

It' il
'22 Iu'in.mor '4 the !*v.r1't44--ifth a.njjii--
Zl.41urfrf h"u. rit'cetvtd fl.'t'n-that thtn bo t
gFinerfli rha er Fd tbelin4Cothinz i

inI every rer-pect to ui ida-to- of
perder :arinith.1. -.,-e t!;e new rSpr ln.
arriva!-d! 3t Wh.4te*s.;SMOM


Iii':itizthe 'wuluti.r. .-xtrtl wollk i

owiltt''. th.42 a- v'ipa'j'-; or Iis of
bod. Spi4in' i:.? ai.1 -1 tulie to~m


I-fa'.ti~ttr'. $Stomachi Bitters.
, at-tv~'i, hIall ally o(it aor ?sprirag
io 'i !! 0 -w(ol d. It re-fr#- i'-,
:;t~~--.ri'-build.1. A Private He%-
St % OI0111 .'el:. the 11t'L'k P44ftI.h
tie.


(onqueror


nach Ills


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


the tcrm-, (4ofl~ of the incumbent
C. Wit rti-bards of control, the boeird has
drii'ld tattho-y are utieraffNeted bv tht3
fact that theflw now prt)4.id4'1 a diff;'erert
anettlu. ad of .O(l tiu ern amid that niew
l)o<EIhave tli'n fl el-t'+tedby the loia
ti 4.': -I,-'U --,eachwunV. T he.41111
bLudrd-. will h 4t41l till th-ir rl'rina exjllrv
sftvt riallru' .ta'Ia- g a t:tol d l.(11 1 t 'a d t.4
~~ ~ ii. a 1 ~ i -' t h4 a ft r11- m li X


I( M4-I.4.:' T t' T ..1 . ...tli da I lilt' 1111.4-<
1I~ .*.:' xI te 1W. 'Par 4 41l' I, nNp1 *April 7-~~sfromn Al.
El~it, Etl (: 44 l1ll'1. lat la1 crit. 11: tPI-ii ii.l.1,1 : C 4. C I44 v,ra -dty L11i
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1h4'r.'~. I.. oi l n 'I'.. i Oi.' r I-,l 1 *' I t -4'e! La 1i ,,tJt, .i':a 1 t t!,nA~l hat thei .ua

I:) !;1 1,1.1. N :U:.4 i I a ii I (.I Ili Itht t.''Up-' AAv,)r of 1, 4' ioI vtrio 'r 4if
U h>.: 1' I''il, s it't~''. t lk- I on r.pa, Sir Fred -r:, k Mit -11.-l i I, ig.
I - t~i, t44 ll o Pt I4 t .
"HARVEYV GRANTED N-a"NTRIAL A140.jt'.; tl'Iif Cl (ltI'4All.1. t
41 t, raiI faE.4 1 tC'14a1) ti) t 4.isc W !1,1+
()ecl-i-m off L~iwer ('0sa-i1'l.ii. 13t' 'day by tihe B a ~I'i 10 t ..II
Cour:')P ~sIt. ?.,4.V!.1. 44 %If 01-21l ,U0'' c.lIiUlu u ..tinfl
~b4 '.L.*4~ .':.Ai.t. .. Ai4P117.-Tht'! 411- wxaa
N 11a, rc the oat' '4.asU.1ui in imof lie nri~va.*rA
f)I 1-.)'_-t Ltin ill 1nl.41'1wai. kill,-d uidd mzii-a~r Wd- W..cUt~ift
w4. ir' 'd r.tL!&:,Ii..i-.:,'a-e if G(jJ- onn''?a wm m4a.4re'aptu~red.
c. .1vi -te.l *tit la*iaimrd- r )f'a js L-rd P. aberts replortt..Ito !h~e war
tuuth.'r-i:i-law fiii Barlmir ou~ ~w1lty. T. raf!'.ce frotm LMonufozitei.n. April! 6, a4
-fotlows:
Woanen. whl* YTiameC w. %', iS ryT. dis-ap- "Tb~e .'i.-maltie% at Rsddersburg were
P&'lI~.41 4(1f:tItri~h..;!-. '.eiiir.h was 'insU1ti- twt. 4)Ilioe.rs killed and two wounded,
tuted cnl ti' hr 4l'El,-# )ii/V Wi-,f14 lUjl~lljU -a While eigh vwre (purre; o emrn !i~
_bl.. ir 1*ua lreI 4ahi h iOE4"11i:Jakfl-d..igbt; wounded, i83.
wan h.I:4t. a h1xioIrepatittiinatb III un hlti al the r-4:t werp c-mytualre-. l. Our stirtig;h
trot'anl.- 4vi"Ithe wr.iiiaa. -was 167 flioujntod inlftitatiry and 4-N) in-
%% n',lx*I 'ut 4:- ewii- III) upffir triql Clay- fa~ntry. 'IhA eniwuy vw aiil ~1to he`3,ZJ.'2y
tA oo. w ~ ..' 'were aA.jt41t-,4 d-"- strong, with ilve gutit..
I~A 1l a f~e- a-* r '.( 'I iiaicl.' It i.' -prt i'that 'J*ul insidrgenr-., wl,'h
rk~. nr ,-litrL4.?a tfJ4.1'.viln--a(~ tii1ii e 4.4.was 4.vr;4 nw '.~a. th.~., Si r l41 il
4'~~~ Us.4l hiPXnd l2; ''Lt1' ll o_a'jIt14I.1h.nhar'lt aalWl -i
k~' l.'.av,.',et%.-.IL ,C'.' t(. t ~ t~ On1 th.e'r '"I to ii t j1h 4I4 ,, .1
1':.-.v k wt 4141 i 1'.t~ai 'tr'. 1''the V I~z~,nar.*~

WANTS TO 0- PRESIDENT q :i:


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1: wM'ith i 4 rita111i, 'lil' i pI 1 r i l.'p ~ .. : ~ '

r~1 ts 1d h.tnqel wol It beoIt e to~.II2 li 1 Ut'4I'' .&
t';,** ,Nuc

they weren't. WVhite'v.1.i ...~.

New let FFactory. AN ULTIMATUM TO CHINA..
hi
M4 )NT.lOMERV. Ala., April 7.- Mr.3lu'.f Slmppre,,I4 Ho'i-4 tar I'IJIcr- Wi~ll H
WV. J. BlEKwk, proment~ei of the Southern Laud 1troop U(
CGaimtonil coumpan!, and seveml W Uiop Aprili 7.-A di'.It,'!tI1 from
ate have rj-c nrniz*ed a new ice company g h~niyhaui 4-tv-, that th- Anierit.~un. Brit
thvt will be in operations by June 1. it'--9
will h. ituated on the'W'esit-ru m*rodiph, 0--r~mia a and lFr..,a'.4a atinai.t-re-havte
ne'ar rLk ofCt 114(o! that company. It s.'.lt a j,'itltnot'- to)til hebin.vta4'er .iirCign i
will li.ave L ain'cait- tiof 25 tons per day. offi~m domanilathig the t,)tal suppressio.n of
The inuthiuvry had bent ordert-d frona t!'o *Kjty uf *'Boxetq-' within two
thte York Matnuraicruring compa~any of ,l4id1 a iaonig ht-ltews
York, Pa tba powers ineaiutiaaned will land 1rri)P6 l
M urderers Sente~mied. mtdd mar,!b into the ilaterilir. northern
TI.1 4.j.Dro% ', Alai., April 7.-hint be rQ niceft Shani Tung and Clhi Li, iu or-
thI 4-r to secure, the safety of the forei~rteris.
cases of 1110 'statfv vi r-stis Curry aand te Aocordin- to the 'alian" dkptch the
state vv~r.us C111114'an. fthe jtrivs ~rumndere~d Animirican. Y fuand Frenach h'gatian14
verdicts finding buth guilty. arllxing the 'am now provided witlh naval gulards
deth pi enalry in the tiist ta.*' and life from the large gattaez'unec of' wur.'lbps at'd4
impril')anient in the hi~rt,.r. 'Nirry is Takii.
the negro who wasm chargttI vitb ffI~u Kun Yih. viceroy of Liatag Chang.
murder of Pink D"Mbhins, thk Clavemtiory v aa hall thrt*- audiences with the dow-
farner who was ftalanl Jl .ri,*' Uthir- siser emprem~ relative bi thtaemperorand
ribly butcherell and iianrgle.'C.it is bE-lieved that he has imfpfltsedl ber
with the advii-nbibity of re-atoring hisi til
I'Iu'ftt I Under $1 ,OMM Bowltn.. majes~ty tA pOwCT.V
Coi.untusi.- (I., Aparil 7.-F. V. 1)111- 'AniFcc'sioiiuI dose of PIKrT'IV B
Inr- a 'Ironp 'aIinlt y I'A'4aiff. hats l'". AsIf Flair-rius keepvilt th#4 ystpn) i
Ijl~l~ oeria-IrajtFvvif,.]lfilaj1.healthy, wardicoff dkseaip and main- 4


Remains Loyal.


BRISISH TAKE PRISONERS

Sinall Boer 1"or,-'- Surrl~r1eCINetr lKen.
bardt by lPar.,uii-iFourteena 1'rk,-on-
ers t dtil4Uonftowl)W E -..ape -J..1Aul
Br-itish ('a'miaaitl'. .at IIddtICr'lbiIg.


miau naler EiviixiJOi a:'a:alptr r. Jiun ati el-r
fo-d,'i'ato 1'11lIt vIi44..- ruth, ra i liflasy'
f vi Irk. Dt 4lh~r wu--a htldti UUt'r


l'tauieua Fight am D1t0-l.
ClTV Mi xii -". ApI ;A -A !uIi w"a-
1 r.12t i2n tht' Iort-,5j:,.4 4? th, City "-
t, rita' ly t4.44i W4.4' i,11'aI '2!Ia 4-I'... w itha
j,!*.lluaa!4'11jt f: a:'.f till't. t;air.0d. l'--

'ii' 4. 4jari d liii'14.4. w'-'''ti.. nda lu'
ti 1.1 4-~ I'f lIIr has' lt'.'IK-111rrt'. t--d. '1'ai.
afatiar 4ri.lt#-t4I a -'.:tI4:


New -prinz arriv.tl i:u ;ik N, .r.-
wear, at White's.

We will soon receirpp a
fine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
.lI(arston 5 Finch.

Cross,-tt's Young America .t" sIho,
for yourn men, the best shoe in th..
world for the price.at WVhite'-.


FACIAL MASSAGEc.
Wrinklp.1 can be wiped otit. WrirI-
klo-'. can he- pr*-vented. t'Iaetk-,(!it(II
be Pphfimiwtl.tI hout. All tiaii'. aind


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J~1 ilty .at al najjl--. VPk"1

r'' --( o ti~ia Iv whlat wr knou.1
:- t''t:wotL~' iVet we tell v, u
thle in-rit-i if a purcha-e Yotcu aU.


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of phi b41pba?, aburu.rs al Piiu Pm... m
of thtm ni utkeig affidavit t1i.j6 ithau nis.
burt'rsaare nmu&.prak ti( ally lan't'w by an
Italian co4ntrou-tCor and thai they arp only
able to -1unhv aabout 301 evio. a dar. wbi&
iS Vh..1'iZVd 1u11ri~lthein t. r b:1ant.H
maaku, Halidulvir that Lm LItalmn gnaw&
abiitanud killed a 1almNrvrwwr ~ t-fr.?aed to
%VLlYk I't.*au-~e he Wu~..; :'iffvr:Ig from
fk, yr.
"irunk Q. .:)*. :.pr .i e t I lie tI
bernia SavingIg. natk. Itr.4.I.wriceo
thti gov.eruir t~tt.*i w Palum~n i4torv is
rmrtu, anud .atv., it ia a et~-zrawr .on the
ciriixh.11':o i4 uf 111t. jt the Vruvyho
1uK)rtir~. art, rr,.*..t. 1.

BILL TO AID THE COLLEGES.
M~r. I'llmi nanItuEmn'%ai not
3IeastiureIts Senaate.

mnc la~ihs Irli.at ini thot4 sewaft
wh .-hi-4of m~ ui hmrpr-mJ o I'* $tO h4 tel.

'Pio. I11'j4-, I .f ie 1'1d t1,tt.) alk;14y a P[ic-
tlrvi 4 t 'i,--r%,:. -.ljr.iN % the .mai%,of tbo


ps.1rflh4it.M 4 axuinitxlg rin-1 v..la~lurgy to
the ftmruvtira1ut."4ard in oem-
neti~con %iv Ish nl:~ ~h.m- 1.& I. rt Is,- bent&
of aed iiacultr, nil ii*" ~ tn Lb rnaioo..ot
of ', a*.-twtElf co-ug 44.'. aror,)%tAJuly' 1.


M-)BILkE. April 7.-YinAict1 l-:ti1eu1
JU1e ht14-11 111.01" with T. .1 ~. S,. 4 Wwor
tt&-) c4)Zirt r.*L U* 1v i ho- mj.ni'.iit Ef the I11

4.. -i..el r#--li*J::a. t tmaaar Ii- .1-en ul

11"'. i. v !).21.t lyji idg~iii.ot whtvL&
1iav .: i.i' y ,; 'ila,.t -l suirt ut M x".

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lii"l '.1 lIll, II; 11 ,*' (r. :l1ii1 11: f. alr-
S .<,r,.r, "ha-; ;- r, iar i I hv th* ,rv e-r
>f a trtl.grain trt-i ,a r .La -vilh'. ~. il Ml
was.< refu:.-tl n- th*. gr;.%i'y .,f 'i>'- hartfs
., not kut,,.:i. is -x:. '.*, :' ,rk. ry 'I*
.111 Delivery. 7
J4 K-,s;vitr-,s, lih .\l)'l ;.-Turn
lamiold, the- s-'.t.t inrplror of

Iloherte fatiily, hs brke jail. Fmur
u(gro lawbrpakers, who were otioni ed
n the jail with hinI, al*- e'apt-pd.
Ruin Down by Frelgbt.
DAL.).s. Apr:l 7.-John Ruff, a proW-
inut bubiucos, and bthuribhumi, wa rus
ver by a freight train lat night lad
nd killed. The body was horrtAy
rushed and maugled. He waAs o ye&M
id.
Heavy Court Docket. -
AsUV[LI.E, Ala., April 7.-Th.- cit'tl
ourt convenes April 10 with a lhir
ocket. There- ar"e 10 casws tn the etril
locket and 35 on the criminal docket.
R-d Hut I'rom The Gun
Wa- the ball that hit 0. H. Stand
nan of Newark. Mich.. in the Civil
Var. It caused horrible Ulcers
Iast no treatment helped for A'
mar:. Then Bucklen'- Arnica
,ilv. cured him. Cures Cuts.
Irui~- 4. Hurnr, Boils. Felons. Corn@.
kin Ei uptious. Best Pile cure ou
arthi. 2.' cts. a box. Cure wuartan-
?ed. Sold by W. A. D'Aleinberte.
>ruzgi.-4ts.


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AO'te fo r (-EN.


Vote for


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J. C. Van Pelt


:For Sheriff.

limp (JoZzeh $crivon fat1I-I
A-mrn drawers at w)* p a* iir. is
white s.

DURHAX Luiiar j have
no equal. For s~lo as
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL ', 1900.


WHIlTic Added to Southern.. IE f T ff
I!JDlANANI.US, April 7.-W. L. c CA~~% I.TARRHflfl 11c
n.rkerO'efltmg ti- J. P. Ilc.gan s~yn. NClP 4 P % IN pare:
b of N-w Yor'n, st.-ited in tboUnited' RAUn
c-nfi~oda~y riutthe tyndki~zI,)ha4 rn flvi O
v-t-uLrvt.NI :.-w~i.- .t Trli rtgiz'o 15 of the Dl1Ifl1111P l en
N-wl~ip.ii. aud .-imi. s l10 on-('i
.la#..sri. :.---wl ud that- if a (1 %zc:!ot ai
~1 ';'.M~y _Ntb~ a'jic oto u,,'jot J' "Ely's Cr'UaID BalmYa
wouy (Ipit ~sntand
l~aart~z ~ ~Ofll ~ w u%e. ItC-whi~tibl nfo W (of t')
C.~~-A~e ~,A',il 7.-Thn euT~nf,s- ed q4ivf" 1.'ai. f C L ~H A
bf~P ,'irUbst. htirA ~azraTIVI for th,%'r It oer snd! le~mnevs the'NXitsl ina-i-atg"s -h%
C V- iti n .s yL -)April11, Allsis411raij.1 LA"tiorel tb' l,T'(t4..t,. Ar
to lo1,gjC! to tho rnational 00n' Sii,*1.& rus-.zf- j(se tit J)rjggj.. 4),by Elf
In C~vl in (Tieinui. 11,mU. Wharton 111HJAi-L; Ai1?-Z-I t- z. y M. .A'.
!j_.,rke-r, tintonfed as ac ftd~t or the ]KIN TIE!-.Ci
.11______-____-___A_-_- ... 56 arre'....t..,c- vw%.r i C J. 1.


willU be in I h (ty April 11 IviarnNlre,%ewIo-r
STAGE GLINTS. on a tour talrough tbo tgouth. Ca.Bun.
C It'glass lbuiIld~nj;ston" libecome pop-'
.oquelin bas Seurt'd fa bit a-s Mu 3DST. Lsittr5, April 7.(;eneraI John W,. ukar. people way yet "'live iii glass
Waljcan In a. drauian;!zation of "Les ~s;,etwaryof thu iflterl'3T under' -aose." eatne Iwre Invented
NierI s.Pri-sQtoeat 1lj.riSwi, hws been ordered ta In Franne and are now being r ade in
winl ii. Fox and 11,7=1r, rt. flaymond I 11,idit by his Rpiiyuveian. He is miad to: Cermuny. They are hollow, are filled
am making a tour of the music balls of b's threasa'ntd with poon wnonisadtwt rrfe i and iimtth n
Ioreat lBritain. I ufferting with throa Ut rublel &3 Qe re- withraneeof(leayirh?.atndbpermittimeen
pwhMay R.use willnt pin app~'s ear s~- ut fadiffusing the 8sunlight. They are not
$aoPublic untilOc-al nt=. inaperExport Houta Asaigna. Itrnsparent. however. and one on tile
letersfrm Eirpe iso tat w'YomK April IJ t~ Orows outside cannot see what Is going on
1uaewlcan goerfrortners are in great de- o H aWO w0.,wzi merll ,washed. The wels may berhas twe
Maud 0n the continent. :sa"oxpo'ter mside la a ignumant 6.,tried with surcesit in an operating'
Jgepb O'liara. we'llI LowttrIS 3as f room at the E117zalwtl hospital of the
meber of vartotiq cowriii' p'ra I-or- d~ Sisters of Mercy In ('.6sel., (ermanyr.-
g4M Is ritak-ing a corcse'rt tour ofIt re- A 4 ALob New York 'rribline.
I m- Ittmoeiraitc i rsItivarleso;ard Con-~
Vbytllais ankin. 1llsrry 134n;1r iVert, itt. n -ct icbvelc nlvn!
i I~n It:.y wll osi.lcy ie i th It-olved. Thotts acnrv@-ntionnof thP l-m'in-h i*e, bit Whi~jt'4.
S of rheirt tllldtIE.- to Ii''pt'041111'. *cr,.tt n iatt of ps~IlU"t.t.i V hvs ii Icw
48d I loo don.whe" it w ll 14. c lledL t'Wewi "lain t 12 ("Coi'S 1~ .0.)151 El 1 t14.
litb day tif Ar H. io so, 1(r Is:-I~ vlirri p Ci 1 ?
i 1, t 0 ;-..v1V-4.1 wltotiit8 L-'I T.- (I*-) (p- Isit'I l ri3, .. -P LITIo;1,I J AN N OU E14IM~
Sarah its'rnm~r'li is i l '. r' :1V( i7`10-Sof '-anl si4i i.Iho I'Sr v -
sainesI~ isr- Ciatr a tiCtr.ow.'tit,'o tiiapi-o 4tta(of c ..
~alau'i '.l r ..rI. s i~r :t I l IlaifIt.l'SI ii(i- f-i.".s-I ~~I- .K-: .to.fire sO c :I,. a 0 "it

ile rr616. it VI1 i!U11111.4 1V! l f I l -


rdia all e i IzJmW to.-' Irf th 1, 1:N1:.V U.I II i 0*r I Iq:- crt tlir-rrnf V.
"Cik jd Iha'Vj;d-r:I ' 'w'tlto .t, -r-s a 1(0in 1f41I rd.d't
;, ('n' I*: rIV:afor1-' b-. 'uia ~ -' .rilr-
9.ri of i.,I 10 Iia 'k (n 'ofp Si- to1 fi.'sic
olad nip' crl- 11!9 I.5 O i'lr ~ii' a-lV'.r.i I'oi s,, i~'a 'II'
W as tWa l e I'i)isl A (f' the Ias '- 11. Ik ii*. III Oil)iind 1ei.airi V,

.'ii:4 '1411 :ir--Y anrurIe uI:I 'If S. A a. d I l'AAI

OW [r .- il CO r i P\-11i L sW Il''..sl f Sutillu I1Li w."L f a iti. I; k'-i r

7''a rI on 41 ol j14I iiri Ci'42 5:issrLtSr n i c hil tsrf o s bfh6a o r41 t t e os.us,
1" ihE 'UR RVI Vl. a-hrf. i isi&1id11t fr 4' k1al4irl -, or Clr k if)the-, rtit e-rt
!'rofthe I.IAif, eiis 1:1i(I n ftil bao d .-iu--. aniat Iri '~Aiit- i-."f E.cctnabU ~le~ia cOut""astki Iiiag lcto
Sorom utero 's dneli'la i. .,spr'o lau. %'o.Is. a,, aesddi~nr(.uit sv.ir .M.t MILAN
going e to- la Ils'i) Las a rorldk' ltoI-icon-sltit fcr5i-i'itII, pt. a ca Ifsoai Ia' IfIor annou none my candida cy for Ct-skf ir
thi ecsiii. lua.I o.* 'I. in'- i-nat iiv O tlt C sh.ruit C urto f Esc sibacoinb a tcot lieV. Ukl- ii
he p131'-r- ti-rOfii oelininailwr- af is lit) i'hiai f or I(oa.to 1te esun ,slCrai
I~rd 'l~iiisn. a i~ wa~ hippe to B fird.a vpriidaefrk.r ary*rle'i(fI i'Ihlao- piForClerkof he iL F L.it '.i NIL..
THE TURF REVIEW. I~~~('rt a uCIt.-r% uilt -for I'n iii cisfyin-lasi it vn esb anuc *tIfa addM
Englnd li,-. ~ ar s tin. I ts(a-ai, itiCl1-55 lcl U 'Di A. or. a tsi' Is. cc- 5 Of hfor 54. Il. Alid i timr cl'rk ofthe iru-kour
5:1raeps tio a exhlitos will.Joe,:4., p.I aai. urt-, iUana--dsiy.Iforc it-Iis i J106-lt (i --my if Aprualte ii-ingu~-ti
1:. sirlac f. .r li-. IPrpinct,- if o~(If' d et .I"I[- adasTo k l the ot p otofsli l t-rhevta loi n
a,--it he date for fti'Iork tfith4 cs i-krSal 4'an rr. ia
OS.k E.n'! lar' is. 2 SC& is- ll.I -' 'd fr o tCSlls 5''L i c -ii'~ i~IF'll. s ibiaitCo orCiimsl nit Cile 1.' p. ed
this. L. la% i'l1 ," f I- ircuit oturtPa.. W.of. Etci, :s.pi'nL Cr.; i.. ti' Ee::oli,--
I 1111.5 Ic I i- 1 I a '. ':1 r a'l t t iiatss'a for tir. a a-Pw ch-r- ,. o 4 Ni s -sr iii. t o t i'h, actiono~f ta'C n sui nst f a- a cn riattc-
l~ird"ClNnt.n.-2 iNak 1 was .-i- ped.to tioucr rI i-iti-rt o'ieatio' (of it'*' lit-i110- 1j. F:. 1-
iit I-r4 f SoiIIIIII 0 111 o, lrzia ri'o *t .~ i O i' 1 P It u i
Englane d ha' Ma rle l.c 55 fit is said. W01 l'o .-..':n'' '. -entl. ThoursIV % ;A'- .il. Slid-oorhe r etiaf C~ i '~rk.

'''ti'la-a fl-.:t C. 'Hit-. pk-rt-i11ToI I i p N ot" s of *al''l'tIY ty
ipr ofii the aMiet ofclerU:A t' tits--ie- nc ro. ..,-tirt(i
Oa '.'-I ltar-n. isl -Ikid -,I.. or i t l'ri-I:c o C. ~rtV. 4crt:'5a1 Vi." sk i,-V '..- E e \ it oi~v mll ilb l-lite
(' I -t Shiel d:a!, :ifa:1 :I ''*.it. V 5 I1;i5'',s il c lj -i' Si- voer. Ice,vr Ta: Ae-1.',;- *' I. %K A
X slit: V.- IIlu, :-.
I~ tl. S :S iN" -I.A.l~eI, I. ii '. Iur- Y awon 'a-one.- in' '.I or.- - It
a:--' 1 1.1.!'.''' hlY'' .. N. Fss rk:,,.Ill~tcto-:Vi. W. 'iu t flsI..u -..'--...nuro f T-.lnvt.:.c a '2. a

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w X. li.!)'AlrV :i* IV
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it,-iaiu ti aa- tnVS-d i'elIcovi-lC pri-au. I,% awS
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(.tli- (' ..~I.~ .aat d I iar.. I,.* t ia~ j ~.",VSii~i '. \.No -.

'a.'r. I.. No.V 7-11. AI LipeC.aSW T-tiik .r 1.'--.'5li..lp:tS C i i' t,-r- slf
tX ni arLSSIIIL, ortl' i* l At N '., Ca~pt-5to.l-'v, s :1.- iori ''-If foK-.' .a L' III.-
ih~a~t ihtbtV p arl 4lp tii 1Itt' at mg.lisS i' ik. -I A'.T Fs i:~~n.- It.-1' Hr- 1..1.- I -,I:ttwnt~a'. iom:- fI!'c ,*- 1 aa ; ait.t
.1.re j IVIlr-e C t. h ttli~ -% rn'ir**. cler-k C' 1 1'sIa 1. T..-- -_I,% -r-


Ata ar:sis 7 st-e'. ~ un br i-i'. 1 "i,. i :i...' tq~-. 11 .. ti,. -I--t .for-
ll;:t1it' ll% 1\I r eltu eIil. lr' I'Ia c :- !!I- an.o .01-.lt
woed a:0 f -& aSI,'- l~it~laof (Er-- TC N .1- -.1. C'- a \C.1.VI-t.J---1' 4 1". ~-
j r It -,...I-ll L' '. N C a,:I Illn"''-. 1 C"a a* 'I'II N.atli.: 5'. -i '-ait,5 '5.. 1-aI. I -
'c~iI& Fts' c,,it in-li'' il -i. ii. ,-ia. o art i I to .'rS-a-t of''Ilia.i- tn 06 'S .
; - -t N .1 2 W a .F P .. 1 .- - -
1:1Oi; H.-i,,vi rk F r ipu it T e -it.er
No be ter Cgar1!r1 ::'-i;- r. Iti.I, ..,

HA --tVlrn ete -L. \ % 'l.>. -1)P .f* i
M. r .z 1>5 at-1- 1111%ic I "lA tt o-- I.asn ,- i-al
C o ea r.. o it, -f o of 111 ,W \k',iAk It,,55(,*- i
Ce tz 4?1.N4t d a v i: 2)ttZ 11 \ ..-:,.rk. !I.,. J '%-
F~r Infants and Children.P1, I'N,k. IN ---------------------------------.:,d.a~ia
more u wt*rSWviv d. b t th .l Ii t'ii stil.*


We iI 114a.--.-I'fo
lficent -cla land- .'o t Iv 1 --ki nr~
aik'tew A-r L im TV
w~-aid M"
~ Wi~s a~ll- I -, I. 'rot off''y; -- -
a iii I. -mi'1*1 aIll. Z-- - --I'a -)f5- -a'? i 55: b a
by Mars ~'ton A- Finch. -Call -i -j.
a .. i' i I. 11.a1V '. .C:A C-v I.
Itj 1 -e /r14crie i-m f th e017 A /lt CC- A;1i kti .'.t1it a .. SiC-1-td. 1 '1 t ''n -Iu! I~ 'r'illt l iic r i n-l. i


bu ft i t e r'ttt eIa3 e 'j 1 -- c'14 'i -- 11. A-at r7'.a :.-& kr,1.: ?'.-tr i-.fto s.. ,,tarto


I will repair your watchesarnd


T or'l't f % I'am ''.
T .**irr-.n.a of W il'tam W I: h!- 1-


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i'codim of Thleves
iN'h.April 7. LxEidofli i~. ap-
L-n,-yvto bo *suedfor the !iixt few
Ithl( jof c.l I 5,,i. v-. forlihiU.



I-.an, .!i



:1rl-'.l niporr from
d-l :i: Si,-' s* vas built at
a-: ir'.,vi. W. rknanClark- &
S~~~~~.~m r..~ ~ j,4 tls iset. i
feet ~.i... it't lioxini with a dt-pthi
I4 foot. Sho iq iti with a refrigvr-
ig ji:.in wt h a ca.1 (t iv'tV for 10'1,1ARX)
qj.,',-'..(of ~ie.Tiilj-m plaist hass.jbont
nile.' uf ~ ~ IgfI ,r cir4'ul~tiagbrine


4Sht- -.cudeofl hvi. Si'110any more.
lie-I couldn't.
f~be m..-Iti-c-a- Ph iladt'lihia Bulltetin..
Rbe Was Sure.


I a ar I. r f

(Arod S1 4aC rc .5ia -at.'Uin
In a1--,.t a'',p at I-


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W li .-'..

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


Suit'z for the little fellows. with
Double lre~iaztpd Fza m'y est~ tho-
(It.1thznig that ever happened, at

EVERtY DROP


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Chinese and Jap
*--Fancy Goodsz*
riNE CITINA TEAS.


for Infant3s nd Children.
The Kind You live Alw .vys v~ou" !ht h.. Ir t, het :- .
tore of Chias. 11. Fletch<-r, a.d I I bi' h en irfae l111iI. r i,
personal super*.i.-iot for o\er :') years. Allow no i.m
to deceive you in thi.;. Counterfeits, lomittiou, a;.,i
**Just-as-gimd" ar.' but. E\ w*rintents, and endai,;-r it.,
health of Children-Exp.rience agaln.t *-jzpriran-tit.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
,e9 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.




Chase. H. Turner,


*.ARCHITECT+-


General Contractor




A Complete Plumbing Department under *
Management of E. B. Morey.


SA.S I -. ir i :: li ( ir-ftiy ". I 1 t
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No. 19 Palafox St.


S Telephone No. ~i


Citizens National Bank
OF PESACOLA.


L. HILTON CvREEN,
PH F- IDE NT.
T,. E. NWF41,E1, FS
VICE- PRESIDE EN.s


T. E. WELJEF-4. WM. FIo~l1EU.R
11lf F,.-E t: i i Irnda:Co 'i.
L. IfILTONO(HEE-N.


JUHN F. PFIFFEI''PIR.
R BM.IUSHINELL..
AANT. ('A-If'


RIX M. hol.1% -


A General Banking Business Transatled.

"e,,' > ,~a" w~ ts HiAndle.d en, F'.orable T.',:r. '.
Chany ioulht and oJld, 0'jl)!pc.:
-',;:'!7T Att-nideoi To.

AC-LO NTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,

SIUi llM Y OF IT FLOilIA!


Our Address

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Face For Pen acoia
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


The WeUl-Known,
Up-to-Date Store



EN$TZ & CO.,

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McKENZIE OERTING & C


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Ship Cban'iier1y and General Hlart
Is AND dolip It5 1. PAIFOX UTRr.t.

REVERE COPPER ('PANY. JOHN A. ROMBLpN-0
GALVANIZED -WIRE ROPE, A. RU8FL & 140.
:21YM91,St211, F1P41. i.li81i atcai 11trMUuts, Iharts, I
(x)MPAIFLMS.WOO. uVW
C -*cKerzje (.-i (.c~.,A.pnt for Bar Pil":-. i:

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HANNAH BROB., Fpccisl Agents'


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9 1900


SCROFULA


The9BiLashtn

DIsease of


na:', ---c;" '- r,,.li and LoT:..-.r: )tion are alike ; they dev:'op from the same .,en- -_
*..l" caus-s, both are hereditary and dep.rindent upon an impure im- FVH
i ,,ishdl ,blo l supply. In consumption the dis a.-e fastens its< f upon .
k 1:' :: : in: Scr : =la the glands of the nreck and throat swell and suppurate, causing ugly running sores;
I!tX t.' S-' ar: i:..'ame an:d weak ; there is an almost continual discharge from the ears, the limbs swell.
.t ., :.. a-: I white swtll:n. is frequently a result. causing the dise-ased bones to work out through
the I. r 'I:" n.es-rba 1- pii ard sufft-ring. Cutting away a sore or diseased gland does no1
S, .. tht- tm, is po:-ont-d. The I scrofulous taint which hlias probably come down through several
-en-' 3:',r.s has j plluted. every drop of blood.
rt.la rejui-rs vigorous. persistent treatment. Ti- l1l..o.l must be brought back to a healthy
S "' c,-::1';on '.-fr:e the terrible (dlia.se can be stoppet'l in its work .-f destructi,,n. Mercury. potash and
S,, '.. t .' ;'s oni. :',ir.. u-uailvy iven in such cases do iaore hair than good ; thev ruin the digestion
4d-.t:i -lave the svstein in a worse condition than before.
..: icine that can reach dee;p-s-e td 1lkxxd troubles like Scrofula. It goes down to the very roots of
( v\: e m )o:; ot tof ti' .i lod S1 S S. S. is their only purely vegetable blood purifier known.
f-r:: : w '. it 1< ma :e contain wonderful blo 1 purifving pro' ,cr'* s, \% which n long resist 8. S. S. siimulatts ani lpurif-s thit blood, increases the
SA VE THE CHI REN. appetite, aids the digest and restor-s lieltl and streui.th to the
enfeebled hIKlyd. If you h,.l e reason to think you have Scrofula, or
:.... : *i.. .: ...i. '.a :" .'.i,' t wait for it t, 'ev-lou ), ut b-egin at ncei ie use of S. S. S. It is a fine tonic and the
.. k n. as it cont.:ins no jxisotnous mineral-. S. S. S. is pre-eminently a remedy for
.-, . -. '* ...- ;' cruof ln f,, w h1 -,.- i. ];: l1er the, n-n
,' tll ltt a ',it r .)

e.7.. ce ,y cin ho have ma, lle
S, . thi-i I', u. vy ur Ci ot :t I:Tl e
; *....- .: ;,;* -' .: ... ;..-pTr.,mpt and c'a'reful attention. W -u make
., : : AIddrs. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA.

THE DRESSY WOMAN. CHIMNEY FIRES. DAILY MARKET REPORT.


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s tie .c 4 tlt- I.; "-t
n*r t.-~ScH.n ceome
* ;- l'ri.liiin r~Ibur-
r i.i.%%- kulitd and
;e -ii'j~att Is lar ovr-
4 .~n theb.-twoiifabries ar-
*.-' -r Lvvire. ext to a in1ee
.ar~iiii be entirt- skirt from
U i.the diniitranin a vpry
an Pu4iVe~iietjamn guipurehase". in
~;llepattiruis.u brought on dei-
:t !1eheh'. ur.' much usewdby'
,A1ivr, audtid iwdaata'e for trim-
..i, Ptb giwne in ilke soft
Le %I .prrnK jnikets tfor yoc~thftil
"a'I iIri ta d.w i collar anid ht iil-



's loalw% v Ml i: h -iiAdq ided dee.-
:t. re t t(. N. meri atitig thenet1w
1hi.-tiih~. to:t fovr Th..se uwli., Mak
* '... '.t Iit.,irwt- tsr tin entire
!!*I-- it 1111.1 Kiri nil injacket.. ialla e

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~. 'io. latl'tiare in


TAKING THE REINS.


Pilat, N. N~hvi::.- hoT..

'iihbii.4,. '-L.t. that 4 "'tiwr.
lehis u'A110-14d IaD
in.-k ati
u ~I r InI Bilt4 0no -:I I I--t ItIig
i twr. anrd i a6tia. ntu'.(I

I7it I*i i I v 1.'Pi ianhi ct~a~~
c u t tr. :t II lWIi I ist

v t!:-rlAiTW1. kr Ti, la i%1'.
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Why e1t Iwn (oinonly I feed to Pit COTTON.
Them tout. NiEw YctvK April 7. ,rlP ClWaS
I: :i unts ," ..a.y 11r.. it is Jauuiry ...... .. .. 7 .3 .... 7.L0
S I: '. 1 . l l i. 11' .* l' 1 1 z:1 < v I i en r:l a ry .... . .. . 4
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\. i" ** T:* ': l' *,\ ;iixt';i i h-llgt i ; tw;(. mot w .......... .... .0 ... I
'1 :, [ ::r ,I\ purpos. in Ithl)ro in; .Salt letW7m- ............. 7 V .... 7
Wy N.%; !.m..''11* :4,1 11i' Oem ber ........ 7.15 .... 7.901
"o :. .:. .:.. l r>i a iuing .hibnum- o bottom ecood sttodv: middling up-
n. \ ,. t,, ,i'slo.l, 1th,- lml:t;i .,so t. la dnd"s middling gulft i0; sales 1,110
I hiiuiey ir.s hiii in 4 ,.au7s l lby tit, ilgni- hileA
t;U.u of tii' s4,1t clinging; to the Insidle OSR&A AND PROVISION&
of tlIh chian,.iy. Salt is used for this OlOOAQ. April 7. OPv CLOss
p:irlpo-. uot alone le(-ause of Its pecul- W.alAT-A id......... .... ..'/
iar eff.'ctive.u ss, but also because it is tA.. M .J..... ..6 .... 6-
soitlihng available for the purpose WSA Stnbew .
that can (-ilnliii(oly tw1 found at hand prL .....
in a house. It is thrown down the 6. ............ ....
chimneyy in such a manner that t will 0"- ..
rattle down the Bides and by its weight Ul41-prnl............ . *I
knock iuf: to their chimnney's insides. a-- ...... ... 1...
A ,'ucket of sand has lwen put to the M ....... 2... .. 12.70
same use with good effect, and some- .-Jay............ .... It.
times. a shuttle of coal has been poured LAAp-April .............61L.
diown thi.'- chuney, the coal bounding LA a...........036 ...., 6 M
S .. ... *.... 6.TS
alioiit iron) .side to side ai It dropped i ...........
antl so dloi-dg its work effectively. F-ila" ...... .... 6.'/ .7
So >eltinis a bri, k is taken from the .MM-O-July .......... .... 6
ciii1nn.-y its.-lf and, tied to a clothes- NAVAL 70ORD&
line. is Laul.-I up and down the chim- WILMIWtlW. N. C.. l .-
ney. with te same result. At the RptnfsteSady ad uco.ed pts
h,,:rtlh I1.low or at the bottom of the (OCrude turpentine quiet at. .ls.ft
chiiiiliny % hNlrever th.l sharks may fall retsipts K. Tar firm at $1.31 uelta
thltre is, stailtilol a n11:1I with al plail of
S:,.t. to pAt out r AH. April 7. Spirits ta urn-
drlp Wat.r is not Iiluyeld on a chii- sp la. xM. e1e-'w IuitO MMlwpta l1,9M.
nvy tfie lroi:i a lo .s,. ..awuse it is nIt emf test. *exporMllU, NMe
[i,, ,'--.: 1 1. ; d lir u :!',-r w oull 4 1, 1
,.n. ,:,,:, .,.t nii .:ire. DURRHAM Cigars are
i. .i:ain. ,, cauild by a fire in a the finest 5 cent smoke
,'i :;! I". : t I Is i.n:n I,,t.s Try them at D'Alem-
hl io\'\, r. 1a h ;n;.'ty fire I;inight w-(irk it- berte's.
\\ iy iii'n : 1 ilililng nn t-o pr..'e i 'do
st- ,. T; a nidl tl.rcl'.o:'a slig l ;t as I:.\ Medical tty, Arti tion
!..iv > 13 I l .*!,, "ll -* or" H!N tl,.ry lliii, t..t
:... isn at ......In....s n i iii.. There will be a regular niei-t' ,
I,.i, .thi '. 4y ir. the Pensaco.la Medical oc' ,ty a'
i. il'a pt i,,t nutil c ,inily the Board f Health e lit
th, t:,au:..r d,..-,'r.rd.-I- x'lauuie. o'clock p.m. Tuesldayv. April ol. and 24.
..... Visiting physicians are cordially
A Comrr. iuvited to) attend.


1tiyv sa1 .- said Mrs. Oli'iox, 'tha.t D. W. McMILLA"N. MD., UPP m
Mr. \Wi.i,.il .y is a rolning iian." Presideut us
"'1 should say he was:" her hu.-banll E. F. IlRI'CE, ,M. D..
snnrle.d. "Hls twon coming evVry secretary. 25mt
In Now, U-tc-Date n iortoire,
n,.iht v er since Mall got back from --, U-U-U t
Florida.'--Chicago Times- lerald. Nobby Children's fancy -u for
San ever u storearly spring, at White'.-. Prices-10, 20 and 30c.
Our i. an ever busy store, hecanie "- I *
of attraction-, Cotstant, variiutq. and MIT F
dependabl,. that appeal to) those who EM lYMNT O-i MONDAY NIGHT
I believe that "money should buy Ring up 3S2 or call at the office.
ioney'-l worth." White'c. 11 North Palafox street, when in
needof a carpenter. B. D. Hotfman, Fighting for a Fortune.
'Call lor Stite Convention. Business Airent of the Carpenter's
('t!l for a atate Ilemocratic convention to and Joiners' Union. will furnish you 4'HA.N;B OF PLAY NIGHTLY.
ti.tr.!I at Jacks-ouvlille. Fla..Tu.esday, Junie with the desired help on short no- -.
I,. k; tice. li2.5tf Ladle- free Monday night it accompanied
I h -.-itrnocratic party of those stt.vt of Florr. by a pe-rsor holding a paid 30-cent ticket,
ida Aill hold a -inate convention at .Jack- n- It reserved before p. m. Monday.
%lileon Tiu-eaVy..iune I,. at 12 noon, for the Iron bedsteads are cool,
ftoI'" l ptria-i).c: -ur7 7 7:- -- -
Tio ch -. d-legat- to trepre..-nt the state COmfortable and(i durable- e
in ith* national detcmcrar ac convention. to .
- h- iat Kanr.sas ity. Mo...iulT 4. ,1"o.to f st what you need for I igestion 1
enontiihtt,'candidatres for the offlepm of .ov-,
Snlor,. ,i. Ju-tilri of the Supreme- Court. Isunmer use. Call at M.Tars-
a t*ecr vttry rof State. Attorney-( neral. I
< ..ipt rollr. Treasurer. Superintendent of tOn fc Finch's and select W e challenge the world
Publ c Insitruction. culture. a Railroad Commitliioner for the on.
',-utr.. a o,, COm,____o,___ t,,_ _,_ _one. to produce a remedy equal
term of four years. four Pr sldential Eloct-- tp o d UC remedy equ
or. and four alternates, to be voted for at t the Matchles s mineral
I!th next ratular sta'e election, and t to the Matchless mineral'
trianart -ucb other busine-a as may come t
b'r. r. th convention. te o th r f -
The different counties In st wwll iaterfor the cure of In-
,'iil dseillates to the convention upon the -
>ii,..wn ba.is ,of r-opr- ntatlon: .-ne dl-i diestion, Dyspepsia and
.,tt fir e~ch oon hbundrtd votes cast for die i, dDyspepsi a
tI!- a-i, .inl t itonil the state ticket who r- r
,-:v.d the hightist number of vote- at th all forms of Stontach, Bow-
- an.fi el election of li i. and on adda iti ional
\. ,t,, lr the fro tion ig 'cn 1 x 4' there,-f.
., ..i t, n,..t.:, f tiofy or e ore.. 'The el Troubles and Skin Dis-
,'.,i 1ii ilt--' :lt- ,ti-.i alliied' ma l t tlio'lat ri p- i .,"
ih .--*iio .tb r- ot -i* a uty f, eases. Guaranteed to cure
RZ cl no ll -of ]1 ,14 it) any eouii ty I
"*; >t' i--i l i vi" -tit1ln' rIl r f r tihi] rule'
,,u ,. !. 1.r..it,,,.o,,n 1. o,,- or money refunded. Cost
I ,.c,'., !.. o /,nl5 cents a day to use it.


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1m 7t -itrl&n a yd 'ec relafrin 'if t'tic a11 i
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10. *toht'e -1ltate cO41V 11 1itma nr-
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p tt -1,y (,', I lit, rie~iis of e
t i. t' ~ l ivert .0(. ot-ittber 'uith a i-t if
n~uwni. af th county t17 evle~]i ve Cf'1fl liii-
an.... lit t b,- icl ~ e-cittate-d the
c. aisirman and eeC'cretary of "uch *.,,qumatjet..
,J. C. C.0"irpke. 4:amnuiari.
StrrEary.I


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFER sq.I) IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A's So!i by M. Perry aild w, Yates.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--*
Prompt Dtlivery a;il ati-factit
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 2 1.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 26S.


One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru(ffists:
ails.o 1'. T. Green & Co. 37"
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

WI. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Te<,timonial F'rnin Judge Gaston.
IKREE.NVILLE, Ala.. Aug. 1 .!-.'.
I take' grtat pl-easure in certifying to the"
u:rinty and the in-ritof 'Wilkineon's Matcb-
l.... minerall Water,. This natural nIn-ral
t.)i.'t, to inly personal knowledge. is taken
,nron a well three miles east of (ireeiiville.
thlie eac't condition In which it is sold. I
hiav aeen thib water used. with wonderful
.u1.ce-%. for dyspepsia. Indiebtion. seore
..*v- t and for eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for there troubles. I do not believe its
equal -xolt,. Itis highly rcomme-dedby
physicians for a number otf aiseasi.s.
ZELL (OATO!9.
Judg, of Probate Court, Butler County.
Alabama.


TEXAS CLOUDBURST HOW LE B31., HU BS. 0.,

DOES GREAT DAMAGE NEAL INSTANCE

ra vae n T n rft A ^ 1 .... -. t


In Its Wake.

THE WORST STORM KNOWN

Six Lives ICevourted Lo],t-Plassenger
Train PlugCe. Into. Wasthoiut-Sev-
eral People IReJported IIurnt-Lo.s
Will lie Enuornous.


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Real Estate Agents,
PENRACOLA. .T..A.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THF
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLAIN E
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCZB coxPNIS. . ....

Uhp&.;i] afnUT nf t hp Pnnitfhlp


Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.

*0--GOLAY=4 -

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

W. F. GONZAbEZ & CO., Prop s,
M anufacturer- 1


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, .veOaku
No. North Palafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. "tll't4 oi
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. ally inv.t:e
Voice- ulture. Violin and Plano, Leipaig h. R. T:t
-) st':n; also (uitar, Banjo and Mandoln.


W. 0. W.
Camp No. I Woodman of the
World.
rat and third Friday night In
th. Visiting sovrteigns cordi-
ad. W. W. WAreoN,
AxMe.ChIrk. C. C.


a)dd Fellows Hall. Warrington.
Monday, April16, 1900.

Tickets '50 cents. Ladies Free. Free
Transportation on Dummy.


P3-EBTE RSB3,
OPERA HOUSE. 0-PROPRIETOR OF-o

ONE SOLID w EEKCRONIeS SALOON
-o-.--DEALER IN-o
-PHIL AND NETTE Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cipars.

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JUG TRADE A sy^n ellrAITY.
Corner Belmont and Devilliers Ste. PENRACOLA, FLA

Cold Weather
0om ng. Pend In ,'
ordersand letus fill your bin before s
cold snap arrives. We will send you S
best coal you can procure for either bakllg
or heating purposes at reasonable price.


Telephone No. 147.


Tpompso0, 01seq 9 0o.,
Dealers In
Coal and Wood,

officee and Yard: 8. E. Corner Zarrage
and Railroad Btreets.


JUST OPENED.


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*--averyinmg New ana uiean.--
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meals Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Reilar

leals Eact Day

25c Each.
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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEA.ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.0() to $1.5 i per Day. \LODGING:
v.15. and 519 S. South Palafox Street ,. Pen.ac.la. Florid. 1 25 and 500


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafz Street.
All Kinds oa Plumbing and Gaa Fittingp Materials Kept on Hada
INAMBM-IM2 W -. V r AOtOIjLA.


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A LU .T IV. A p r il 7 .- T h i-s se ,ti; n w a s ,' ,ti 1 u u l llo a . . . ..
vi.it,-d by a .o,,dburst this nimi, ai g a Life m 0ra ce c Of oce o the cSBTOCK 'PEED.
3 o *-lock a"l the entire couniv is iui-
datted 1itt Statels. Patronlz. Horn. oIndutry. for there t
dated. every rvnan you -houlid huy your Meal *MI
tt,,ek Fo from the Homti. Manufacturer.
The C.l..r-,i river has rinu 11 f-.*,t iu ro itPO lclT byn o dtlni you t encourage a home aruds
thrb-e hours an.i is still ri-ing 3 f3..,t au try. Your money : left inI tho community
and you in turn are i directly beoneie.
hour. VWE KLY CHEDULLE. InI fostering the home manufacturer you
hqt itir. l n' tr n'* oeilntrthutX to the Cati( o(f labor. YoU owe
As a result of the storin a bridgeio on F'R STEAM DIVISION It tit thae cmmunlty In which y.ou live a i
the Intetnariiainai, Great Northern rail- PENSAC(OLA I'LECTRICTERMINAI whi'h contributettoyour support.
ruad, 15 miles north of here, was washed BAIIWAY OOMPANY.
out. wrotking the St. LIAmis southbound Trains l-ave Penaecola for the Littlet PROFESIONAL OARD8.
caniioni ball trihi. ng th, n IUl, Bayo)u., P.alm-tto Beach, Warrington, Navy
tl,(c'lii oYara and Fort Harrancaa at
the n.m.al .ar, o.u. .i-.,n, coach ai.n a: inm.arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.i Dr Mar elWlu5 ?QrearV
o)-l, Q.le..r. Quite a ulini iil*r f ,eT opli lo-. io.m.arrive at Fort Barrances Ii.46a.ro I
ar. ri-pr retd burnt. 1 inm. arrive at Fort Harrancas 1:46 p m
8:;;,pp.i. arrive at Fort Harraneas. 4:15 pm
Thl. ,iunage to this ..ction of the state t:15p. in. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:10p m Physicia 0an ,
will le humnirtd. ot' thousands of dollars. *x:,'i p arrive at Fort Barrancas :45 p.m
Thl. Atui.titi and Northwetsterni railroaut Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa- lI.iMdence. Hotel Escarinbia.
cola at Plin. !:.
i. a s.ri'Ks 1i...Tr, I n1o- trains axe 11ing 7:.'3 a. m. arrive at Pensacola ..... 8:S1 a.m n o e. I Alemrte. |ulhrlii Ii sooUth
o Pirated today. R'-orrs froin all -e- ll:00p. m. arriveat Penaceola........11:46p.m Palafox Mtreet. Plihne ti.s
tioi.s tributary rto the Colorado river re- *- ': p. m. '~trive at Pensacola......... 2:46 p.m
ort gr eart dtniai ti)o pr4|rty. .~,- p rl arrive at Pensacola 5;45 p m ----
Su g t pro .p. m. arriveat Peasasola ......... 7:4pm
Ult ionfirimed rimor isay that a faintly :4.5 p m. arriveat Pensacols......... 9:80p.' m l. W M. jDsw.JaJs a .
of six net.r. is living in Show rivtr, w vst .,arurdays only.
of heive. were drowned. In e:Tet le.c. 1st, IS OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Dru gIter.
People living in the bottoms had to BUNDAY SOHEDUDE.
leavw their hnl at 4 o'lwk tis nioru LeavePensacola. Lv Fort Barranoa. REBIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree
leave~ their h tnies4 at 4 uY i ck tlhismorn9 A. :n. 10 a. m.
ing, the water having flixwldIt them to II a. m. I m. -.---
the depth oi 3 firet. I p. m. 2 p.m.
Re rts fro.t Concho river above here 2 p. W.. m P arean, I. D.,
asy txhe worst atorui ever kiiowi is n ow 4p.m 6 pin
racing there, attended by los of life and 5 P m..m. nomenathic PiyFlC2l nc i 1rSlm,
property. ep.m. fp.m. =
A telephone mesaagte rto'aeivedl fprom P .fPARK p Foa WNrE DAYS.
A tleponems reteivEofo Pensoola to Fort Barramncas and return 46e Late of Ocala. ial..
LaLGrange ast uion states that the big Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... Offers his profesional services t i-
dam of the Colorado aiver at Auatin Pensacola to Palmetto Bech and return iAs rsens of Penea tol.
broke at 11:25 o'clock. A large flood .t PARuO rO sNDAT Especial attention givetO o tbh treatmioe
wts r was released, wSaniing awaythe enseseooto ra BrrBances of Uhonle DIsomee and l l en of
poehos. anSsrn Women and Chaldrtn.
-'powerhouse. Iard sare turne ~ Thirty Years Practice in the South.
Pensacola soPalmetto Bol Ia" Oftice iours:-V a. m. to 12 m., I to 4 p. i.

S3 ithe A ll ToNloAM*S Boo No frelght received after 8:1 p . RB enee Pbone No. 0.
81steae .T -.reent-.Ront BIllding-UnomS
of'^7 ,. LODGiDiICTO1Y Dr. .Wilmer #a-//
Do you believe all you read in the Dr. er .
paper,? Exaggerations In advertis- KN G T V YIA aT ev w
ing may attract passing attention;iKNIGHTS OF t'rLAS. DENTAL SURGEON,
but we are not seeking passing at-,
*tention. We're looking for perma- Pensacola Lodge. No.3, K. of P, Elusei Timpl. Phesl .4.
nent customers. White's. meets evory Monday even- ----- .
DURM Cgar ~ing at < at Castle Hall
ini lutchinson ball. W,,l
DUR AM Cigars bave nt ndencla Street.
vi brethren cordially GRIND.11ST1R B 1!
been tried and fire test- ',.'elom.'rethre corddl.ly
H. JUDIVINK. To be givenn By
:ed. D'Alemberte sells H. HoR9L, .C.. To
the K. .&. HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
them.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORICA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. 5


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Ii 2 i.- ,-t ~ iB r" :~~r med listel. 6.-d by r irdmviit% rmi-'i .r
part of thet world. Twe-nty-Eve nm-ab-
I W P.u-r- iii wfe ~.t)-- Hbe u.e aLd a~k for Mr6..Wnh~
W. p, :1111 Wie- :t! I 1_1 uothing iyrup." &atd take no otbtr 16-1 ld.
V 4 0 *''I;: I"!.. t' *,- r II-S -I EIl*.NI%- X

-- I h 4- iw rI3.-.4'~~ yert:-e- P- !.-ac *!.i..fie does itri't
a~ ~ ~ ~~~' :;r-ro 2ac~ *~-.d A.-t-V('
2 -i- 1 ~aV-arriva- L,, :


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,vy I I. II!":. .I. '..n N : i rot,,. in l and,, Defati Filed
S Vt N,,"v and wif-. f K l-
S- (:v .trrv-d at the l-c(ai, I t (e .,f the City (erk l'(r
-'" da iw iic Wp >-,k l.r.tlie S-anilar A..ptiil 7.
T..- El.-':r.- Terminal li. R. Co'. oir 1-'.
d tl.f opeq-l cAr- r :.- yive-terday and they w.r,, we-ll daughter: M. B. Fr.ink and wife. a
.' o'ninzd. daughter: Chris Join-on and wife,
a daughter.
Sit-.. th rillt !aind mart .r(fho-e Colore.-d-Adain Hal,- r a:t wife,
:::,;,-.yty No :. o,t \\Wet Zarrag--: d htr.
r- .-* t. Lrave birth to a fine colt ab, n
clock thi- morning. IEAT'I! -.
lcric theWhite-N. P.. Durant, .,:3 vear-.
T.-C eltric lilhtb rn the Palatx pinimonia : Mr-. Saplhroni a Smith.
-***.: circuit will be run to-niht by 45 year-. cerebral homorrh.aLae: Frank
Si,-w n:ct ineryo of the tscambia Stran-ovy. 47 years, apoplexy.
S.ty Electric .ight and Power ('Colored-Ella McIDuffy, 1', day-.
.' :lpay. lockjaw; Elizao th Nichols..;2 year-.
Itr Britj.h schooner Polonice, senility: Juntu- Biuter. ;6 years,
wic! arrived yeste#iday front C(iv- consumption : (;-eorgiBa radley. 2'
n Brae. hbrucht a car ,o of 12.(>o years, tylpinid fever: Pt-ter Blunt. 32
( .11it-t arid L2,<001 i ounid- of ,old year., (onsuniptiton: Gertrude Free-
to orderi. t mail. 3l1 y~-ar-. .r -ite rrhair.-
Wii. Htud-,.n, wi j bhas been in H{pv.Joh.I; R-id. Jr.. if (;r(at Fall".
1. w Ori rai,- f,.r th- pa-t thr'.- M,,e 1.. re A ., k- utnd.r',toinir-p-cial treatment. lialnm t(o nfe. I can lf.imph.a-ize his
*.trnd lionie la-t night much i1- it.tatment. It ;- :a po-inive cure for
"* .-l inl hel .lth. cat:arrh if -.-d :r- directe-d."--Iev.
'lip.'" t!~h Picavine mnr. i itn Franci- W. PW.ol I'.-t<,r Central
---I ,, ,i : 1,i l 'ted l.t." about P're Chlirchl. II-1-:;a. Mont.
w -tlv vo ir'- ,i T -i e,.-. ;ar- After us,:.- Ely'- (Cre-a::: i.talin -ix


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Wa~ricii S5:.. Ne-w York.


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R. HALLIDAT & CO.


Special Easter Offerings

9*at the following reduced prices _--


Fancy Neckwear.
W direct attention to our lineof Rent-as-
sance- I-ae HBarb). Stock Co'lliar. Corded
Ie-m-ttiche'd Plaid Tek, with Frinetd Endq.
Isoubli-fa(--dl. Cordr-dgtK-HatiII nd Taffeta
SrintL(led Ed Tieb, Tassel 23tring Ties, Etc.
Parasols.
W\\,- ha~- thi Newest and Most lIp-t'-liate-
Sttck of Parasol- ev. r ShoINt\ in tti City.
Umbrellas,
I.adle-. Menrs anh ('lildrens' in all quall-
tit-,. We hav- in tlock a few left of our
w~-ll known Mercerize-d lI'mbrellas. an ex-
cell-.nt value. while- they last at Sl.tI; also
S*'.-i n-t clo-e Roll I umbrella at sl.-o..


BL ACK


Gloves.
D)ents' 2.i'. Gloves redutic'd to 41 *,.5.
Blair l.50i_ Colored Ulove"s .-educd to .
Try our Guaranteed $.Lit Glo\e.
We call eHspe-cial atteintion to) our 1 Silk
Taffeta Oloves, an excellent tove, for Sunm-
iner wear.
Hosiery ani Underwear,
Ladies' Hosiery, in plain, open work and
fancy effects, from 10c to $2..mi.
Children Hosiery from lk: to "ki'.
Give our ?.'e Grade of Ladles' and 4 hil-
dren's Hosiery a trial; they are the best
value for tlihe ion>ey to be found anywhere.
Ladies' Vests, .e have from likOc to Il.v.
Take a look at our loc vest; also our Milk
Li-le Vests, .S'.e value, for %"5c. they cannot
be beat.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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Mff' ALARIA Sir Thomas LIpton REAL STATE
NA EWS N lOTES e, b ChiK Cough. Was, and i,o a typical Irishman and Transfers For Week Ending April
c..lda. Dyspepelaof what- a genuine sportsman. but he is also
ever form. quickly cured a celebrated manufacturer of choice 7. I O.
Pu- ve ak:ng DUFr"s Msat. gastronomical dainties, and a noted [Reported for THE NEWs by Thos. C. Wat
Sr l wad art Malt A -ablespoonful n glass of connoisseur and importer of fine teas, on11 & Co.. Real Estate Agents. No. I South
.... ,' .. .. .- "r tr-ee times adagroer. that have become famous through- Falafox treet.i
,,,,... r../... -- W iskh t;saruftiUataUeoia-. out the civilized world. Jacoby, the WVn. Fisher, trustee, and wife. to
,, .. well-known grocer, has just received P. K. Yonge-1-ndivldd d i.,of secl..
a larr-e con-ignment of Sir Thornma' tp 2-, r 3ow, lyinr within utrie city of
,', 1B : ;--:, "f B J ara 'cele-brated -*t-a,, and cordially in,- Pensarola. le-s 11 6 aere--$1.
-,. z ,a r. 'all at ,- e"ot F'l tforida vite- th lov-rs of good tea to vie-it Louis R.-ley and wife to L.oui-ville
r,,, f .-,. rdi r- r .-- "tm akry ai pahii llac- and inspect and te-t them. & Naslihville R. R. Co.-Fart ,of the
S .. -. "-sn its valuation. He ha- also ju-t received full lines LaRtui ,rant near Molino--4)..
Thi ;ny mvfri,-ndQ of Mr. and Mrs. of Bremner'-ce lebrated Cake. (;ra- R. W. Anile and wfe, t,) I.. I.,
I ,. "-' ,. 1 e, .,. 1 :'.. Cha. B .rn'e will bI- grieved to learn i iam Crackers,Clietzsa Biscuit, Oat- Burnhain-NEl, of stw ; :1 d -! ; 41f
..--.- t .1 '(" '. ,f tti,- d(lo-ati of th-ir little eight- meal ( rockers, etc.; Dodson-lraun ne' .s c 9. tp- .. r :'Iw- -s 1.
.' .. ,, "',.. y .- m ,no t:.--,,il -,,. whi,'-! occurr-l .ve -! M atufacturinh Co's famous Jelit,. \\'illi'mi Fi-h-r ;, d w;f.- to l;. l-1
S : .' -. t-rd y. T' fu- ral will tak,- place Jamn-. Pickl-, ete ; National Bi- ('Cook--Lot S in block 2i'; f tie 1-
fro t::- i r, a.i' e. *. 15 Ea-t cnit (c o's Ch' ese- Straws,. Cracker m niii t trac--It- 12..
SL-. w I -' .-t : ;- .l:-r : at I .M eal. ete : Kennedy's Hi-cuits n11 .: Tin .- ('l; ii .ta t dlli it i.::--
.. i-- 'Cl.-ck : r: :: :. Johin- W af -r- : W iirzon H l-cn it M:-!mufar- All of !lt- 11 in I l ,k :t;. .xc-it
c, :e,'.'-rv. tory \V.~niillIa \Vatf-: *,( rt :Iit ; olt!l :. lf--rt \\ ;t', r Ir. i -- i.
.-. . ^. w ,. 'i'i Andec I A- (ti II l (;ti, e S ,ld l 1 F'. \\ulo'k I, H l-l id wif t M.Irris
S. -m. r-w w ; ,inary ee- Nude,-ln: Areadia Packing C.--'. l.-a-l' w,- ~.et2 i t ,f lot :;,.;. (i
." i. n ( y a :-. :::- : ,; at w voter-s vap,,- rated l Apl. -s. Peachesa nd oth Cit--$.5.>.
w ll .ii. w -:.. t ,,,unty or fruit- A -ma!l lot of those fin:eOi- Mar lRowve :itd nii-band to Euil ili
-. :: 1 -. :t .i,'--. r .,-- : .v ,' : t z i --it i in li-c,.it little i-.. till ii stock. I)aveo2p *. ., n :",r ,f v. w :' d,~T- T -L. littlee (i :ant" Cott.-e Rlt a-t -r thl- Mary Jacks(n lproptrty in Don-
.t ic no,;::.- l:,. .,- ". tlt\y i- till n deck. r tnningc day atnd el-40, tract-$3'">.
w ',I -w r"-e,-;- t:' ,,i vt.- f E-cain- igln :l at tiediat- .of a wile a iniitite, i e -acola Electric Termin al HRail-
H 1.: .- N 2, ". ... e' d~in rar-- v t t !- l ele(- to fill cost ntly iicireasitnI) orders w: ,'o to Escaliubia County Et lele-
S.. .-- ',, ."- t; *rn in N.,v.t .-:. for fine (Cotfee-. Those who have tried Light and Power Co.--Souith 3 '
'R ith bouie Lodge,- No. :. K. of P. not recently visited Jacoby's should f-et front of lot 4 and :north 10 f-Pt
.- ,. "- w:i i w ii~.. ** Haiinen-r Pvyt.ianr lds:e of the not fail to go arid inspect his enor- of lot 5, block 4, W after Frout--$1'au .
S;e. r .. .. .i .t .:. ate, will 1.old a -pecia! i -etilne i in milou- stock of everything in the Louis Boley and wift- to Thorn is
: .. -',. :u.. their ca-tl- hall to-nigiht at7 o'clock. shape of eatables ari* f iod products Peblpy-Lot 13 in bluck 6, New City
S i ,., r ,l i.i .itl ,harp. fr th: purpo,-e if conf-rritig displayed in profusion In every de- --75.
; .I. 1. n ,. -'-t .iC.!. t',- rank ,f page. aft. r which this pa 1tment of the establishment. Laura C. Caro and husband to
!,:., :i .. pr aore -ive ,or a-./ati, will visit Jeinnie B. Mayer-'52 by 1229 feet ol
p,.ro-,l, r-iveo d ,-Now.:l A llPvthians All leathher uit caTes anid t and Arnt lot Oldity--$1.
-i.,.'k- 1. I. l.b..ll. 1Pr;-c,;lPi | i l b d>,Nrdial l welc lm P td. i- t('hlQ with leather linil. t at Buckner Ciipley and F. W. Mairsh
wt i ,c;. :,rrr\,-d ir,,win W.i W h:te' -. riand wife to Jennie B. Mayer-Lots
nt,- ;"i ::T" For Over Vifty Years. 17T. 1S and 1 in block :7, Belmol)t
(! :.v a F. f R. WiNTA>W'% noOTHNO P H. Sullivan and wife to C. H.
S.1 M K. F.rIT-wich of ,-i ,a be.-n u-d for over fiftv yvars by millions of M ullvanan
i:e-i ru-T at .,,1tel E-'ii:ti.t. ni m iti.-r for th.-ir children while teething. Di mtan arind Rix M. Rbii-on. a -
wl'i p-rf.-ct -ucces. :t soothes the child. !he Gulf Pine Tie Co-We-t i, f ne
..'r' M aA 1 .11 r 1 ,JI C. i he -gum,.&:lver allr r.re dy for winarrh-a.P
.trr A d lie he u oor lltt- utfor, r umwi. gPepsin Penpk your dealWer foaid di-te n, tp. so, rf l e Of1w-- .2.
;i --. w u> 1. hii arrivnl ;* re It will roi-ieve :ho poor little suffrt r t nm- gestion. Ask your dealer lor then 19, tp. I s, r 31 w- 1211).


stNEW An-RCtIVALSprng
(j) 1R firstanno- Lfntcnu 1 Nt\r'l\.t's : Spring


A pparel.


A rar4e variety


01f colors and styles t, scIkl t iron ei Ladies' Waists
We carry all kin(is: the largest a -ortnmcnt in thle
city of well known i'rands. Among them t!:e famous
I"'/7i// p ///.-,/.'" famous for fit, styIe and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the Li.nd.


dealer or customer can der v.


This fact no


You ii.av form some


idea of our offerings by a q!ance at our large cx, lusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc Lhcaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S : Cll' \.kAM
Tin-:i.:i- v I 1N<: .\I : Ill I E i' IN .> ."


New
Arrivals' L AND 0 0flUl 84Ilo. Arrivals!
Our Centre Table-- art.- n >.e i;a n benielath a :, odly :ar.. : Newe.t
T: i. in Lace- and Fminbroidert-.


swi-s -at ;-


H mi ha i,~ lCd.. : .~ -ertwn


Valencia Lace and Inrertiens.
Macl;ilie T",rionr Edt'inirz and Iin-ertin.


G( Irnia- Turchoen 'Ed-rinig,


.Apliej ii- 14*1C.L:,,i jI a-ertriujj


Point de prv-t. Oriental and PLa: V.al. a.,.,-.
_ ,- e Iteinants H.amtlurg Edg.iini.. six yard l.rgt -. w, r: : 7',.- ., at 5..


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drawers, henimed anld tucked. iz- I ain I. :t .. i pair
Sizes 3. 4, 5 and (t. only................................... .. ..... ... l pair
One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at (',;.~t Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimumiepd (owni- at ('Cst Mark.
()One ot ('hild's Trimmed Skirts at (o't .Mark.
Onie Lot Mi-se.' Trimmed Gownq at ('C-t M.Ark.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise. worth l3-c fior............... ..-,c pach
One Lot Iadies' Trimmed Cambric Chpmi-e, worth 7'. for ..... 4-,c each
,SOne Lot Odds and Endsi
In Ladies' Skirt- and Gowns to Clo.- ),t at ('C)-t Mark Price.


GOODS.


Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black Goods the
Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
-hown in this city, including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chino
Tami-e and Nuns' Veiling in all grade-z. In the Cotton, Wool, Silk and
Wool mind all Silk. we strongly recommend this material for its lightness
and durability, and the proper fabric for the present mode. We also have
a Large Line of Staples and Fancie- in Black Good- anid at the- Riiht
Price-.
LINENS.
1Fr ,~,i- w- k only teo introduce and bring before the public, our Stock
,of I)aina-k-. T'we-l-, Renai-lace-n' Dres-er Scarfs, Sid(eboard Scarfs. Cent e
t'e-'c' ;at.d Diylie-z. we will oltlr a Special Discount of lI',..


'T 1 ... ,, I' ;..


Investigate the Convertib'e
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Term Contracls


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


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R. HALLIDAY & CD.,
338 and ;. Palafox Street.


KREUGER & KUGEIAWAN,
*-:WHOLESALE CROCERS.11*
AN ENTIRELY I-REI-H AND) NEW STOCK OF 'FANCY


~~'at l~mue (s'r 'Frr~g~ii~rand (!,nrrI-ch stre. ftz.
Telephone 151.


THE


FORBES


STORE.


. . -. -. m ... . a a .- -. -'. .. -- 2 ... -.w-e "'-:'w ,- .": " "-
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ii ALL I E NIEWES SH iT WAiIS i

I tI ti

I 4 l .t : ,. ,. ;:-. \,.: -, : : k t e. : "e ;,-k i: :. -k .
Th e Cplebrn4ed *rrejan'" Wnists. t!' M P 'I::- i-t
C < -, :t k : \ ''t .. .- l.'i". '1 . 5 a n '. i
\'3 r~-s a w ws^5 -2-s---sm -2asa s '2saa s2 t
A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.
L-a-72'-s P25252 .=-c -.5,-25 2- 252 5E-S.252-5E5 2 a2522 S2-R? -
S (h;r Entire line ,of .'- a :d t41e C1aiksts f -r 4.,)( Ealch.
THE 'F- ARE MA!- Wi H THl SAME CARE AS IDLI.AI GOODS. .


Just Received!
t Linen (Hemstitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
S-.--.*,.Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.- .*.-


S ST I LLLIN TH9E RA FJE.


.1iriitoi' is blinei;i indits-
t rioa leN il -ii-(la/e(/ /haf I
-wouldl u'rif/,v~la,-,,w/'rf ,Ii/l~e
ritrejl'(- then/omiuna/iou / Jii'


f!he oijice o ('Clerk" of fhc
circuit t ('Colur. Such rumoto
is (ibsoluitfly false and is
bein. circulated for/ its ef-
tect oin my chances of suc-
ess. I tril///l be in the rJtc'
until t/hlie cose of /I/, polls
0/o THtesdaff landhl lier',
/rom the assurances mt(de
;to me, anud with the a.ssis-
f((ncc of tn,y friend's, /hat I
(i in( the winner.
R. E. L. DA.XIELL.
Hlantali Bros'. :re agents for I)e-
\VWees" Cough C.'re. lDiarrhea t-niii
(e-y aUid Witch HazI-l Salve. They
S.ruaraniitee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who uses them
without being benefited. Price *5
c ints each.



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LEWIS BE B, & CO., Sole Agents.

Old Quaker, Hunter anc Parole Rye W hiskeys.
-::)-Chesterfield Boa.ron Whiskey.--(:


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MiSS R. NEWELL,

DIRE SSMARWFR.,


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& J& B. ForbesT LN4. South Palafox St.
iD i J 3 I iat WtH l.m (a ,m, iarim:.te.-e


tick Apostle's Restaurant.
-i( rt ordtr. Prormptlv nir l -d i lt H i-
of Day .r Nic .t.
Fish and Oysters in All S'y1s.


Nick Apostle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
L)ealor i'j
Bielilo 3 ad BieyeI. Scinbiles.
Ag~-~it for Itai~iem')p. (ii fvobaad *nil H yl-t mr
HcreS. tSix ') ear% xp-ri-n-, &an He-
PIIar~bg of hic.yceq--. C~ -.e.
',I Yr-writEr). ('un-. 1.n.K.-,m iwl. to
N. Ir ln ock.- F.K"!
12 West R-nnam 8a tret.


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Proprietor.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. 7


A CLEAR HEAD; PENDING IllR CAMS.
,'--tion: sound sleep; a


* ivand a ripe (;(1Ad i,-
(i f th rsutsof the u~
..Lix r X!S Asinic.

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A Known FR
-,. salute cure for sic
(., dyscppia, malaria
.::h.dLdizzintsC, corst
:Q's fcvt-wr, pils, tor-
; i all kindred disease

Tutt's Liver I



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Ccrngress Views MaOSt of Them
With Disfavcr.

LI[G ITFF- PAID TO1-111'ui:ATTOIlNEYh


KIDNEY DISEASES rEaste i

are the most fatal of all dis.


lCYC KIDNEY CURE Is -A: 7 R Ml
UFOLEY'O ruteuid R er n r
r. l #,f(.\%A-A t'w nC 1. i -1 _-


Does %4l;1t ten igcicThome For ~
k~ hum. Y luo mtendrit-4-aptain BobE*.- *medics by emized
Ares ottuar con (ioternment Land. nent physmdatns as the A o
IaI 5'd tI .J-PLe am emon s-mator Shoup. KIQCIMyrand Bladder Wtrou~bles
ti atn "' '\. I9- ..j PRICE SWc. a" $1.00.



Pils. ,x#-etLe- ailxot,:xt*,,! if to-t wl~i-IIj are' ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
t~h".iittxal'I*~~.I Lc't~ (W (I-S Cut grizfts before the buds beggin to

I: l-lui-i.i: ILat 0,. ~u~ r v'.11 iiolieO v(.iul Plant out a rew new fruit trees every
0 a re-dA rezgi -, !~a& t the war sra;
.o f livi IiLU!L&cngt'n -..s ~tiws that wxood ashes kre eitpccally beneficial
it wulild uti('t ,ItV lit r,-iin tit(,Lxmigti- to wo jons..
a v f l"mfl 111i00I d' 2WOf ot~tc to pay tbew if I'vaecbes require a bigh, dry u~n.i mod-
- Ie g I tl\, imit i~t (fi~t ,t iitt-tId upon eratcily (e.rtl e sil.
1. 11 ~Itis t h. 1~201 LI tat lit- Ani application of lime iu often beue-
I::ii~~ tim- tit't Ii i'iir(.it-v % % Itui resxIcicthe -per- fic'.al to (lie orebard.
bmti'V.I -tI iijort'J trt tdl-iiII lig 111 Ilkready to LwakC SOUIC aRly garden
V. 2 mr fil-. :r lm. 1 em I' at thjc L'rst Iuvornitle opportuauey.
,.*'~ I ~d iit.~ 1 .~~ 4 U ide i~O~v jThe liit ttr nic~ted nud fitier tfie una-
i t.It 1-i~l~ 'i I.~ a Lr':v per-' nurt, and tie- njurF K uruung i Iy 1iIs in-
t i~ t 14 If ('LI i 1o"I4n b e C -tie( o !l. U IT, c 0i ~ ee te i
:i I !. x I:&x:,e~(e.2'e~e',I ~ :t~ c :,: in. : c A 1-i in ixing all r~le-

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agi t l wImmf-141,iipwiiI1.1
1-' a1l~tI x xre tt he' an d ida tep moi
tIhm' l.'.zi laturi and m,- l i-;t of de-le-
L''e. tttie (911:t (emfltcratiecCon-
I nat Powel -en. A pril 14, ten-
dor-fed by the Workingumen~ i etco-


Fea)r Ilice Iegxe.Iature.
C. Norm-no Joni-o..
H. (C(lovton.
D-'lemate-, 1mm Coutxny ('onvweyx! 1
Precinct 12-H. H. Wike F. R.
Rt . A. Cre-dilie-. Wmt. Carmi-
c hat-I IiTho.;0. lb virz.
Pr,-v'i nct 1 L-J F. L. Q uin a. Ar-
t h ir Jmtt-, 111 1)). .1 (C. Avsery. J. Whit-
iing lfar;:i-. J:i-;. L. Swerriev.
iVrvein-zcc 4-(itii..Eitze-.n J. E.
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I-Ac-ti c cA prai l 10111,19001.


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COFFEE. COFk'EE.

Roasting a Specialty.
l(tare ifon, tried Swtans'
Dou'n /our.' It is lthe whitest
and suweeest on the Ameri-
can Mnar',,f, in barrels, half
barrels, 2.', pound and 12
foundd sa cks, wholesale and


retail.
TryI Delatour's Ginger
.Ile: best .Mineral Waters
on the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
. 1.10O per dozen.
Try our Freshly Roasted

T.1 S. i'HGII H,
J II iolesale and Retail Gro-
r"61- 1- in !,


uripiey


h.- ave !ierttofour i.ivt-


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Pensacola, Florida.


Ball OUR


ORY HALL-- NAME'S
V. s -'. -


Light Infantry.

Ad t-1 Wik4-pthk 1'. ill tho Iizu-'.-t Qe of allv
fln aud will Illt m ttm'oe int tat end.
we~allem un 50c ladies Free.


"THE 01 D RELIABLE."


El. Mualler,


Choice Family Draceries,


4FlIur, Meal and Feed.


Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or T 'l.phn-ri 'ilel and Delivered Promnptly.


Co -. Palafox an-i Zarragossa Streets,
PEN. ~CL'~ P.


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PANTS !


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged, sl-ort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
6< 0 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Home
are a dollar a pair, good
cassilnere pant. WMome
are two dollar- a plir,
good c:iasiinm r- pant-.
Sonic- are tire, dollars a
ipair, goni ,.astiainero
pantQ. S2ItiM ni e two.,
three and four dollar, a
pair, gVood v,,rA.:ed ijautt


HALL &n KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Groeery, W[ DfO NO1T0

502-504 SOUT x PALAFOX ST-,
hi/d n an r o fo r nn


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~"Ptrr!~,Newan GI,;Le Crdaly n~me~ t \si atd h~.'t sinff purposes --to voun'1
their fi n~inose Stock.


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE HAtTT.OAD.
IN EFFECT .JANI'ARY 27. 19K).


No. 6.
12:45 noonx
2 :15 p In
4:1:.' p n
4::30 p fit
t:IU p InI
i; I n:. 111
12:25 .' oon
4:116 p n


No. 2.
I1:2(1 p In
n i g Iiiht
3:44)a xIn
7:441 a ini
C.:10 a cIn
7: V) p cn
a :2in
7:416 a i


Leave l'Penascola .....Arrive
Arrive ..Floniaton Arrive
Arrive. ... Mobilet ..Arrive
Arive. New Orl.a-ns. Arrive
Arrve... Montgomery Arrive
Arrive .NamsivI.ll. Arrive
Arrive .. ouivill ...Arrive
* Arrive ...incinnati Leave


No. 1.
4:15. p m
2:45 p m
12:I.5 uoon
7:56 a n
11 :'14 a In
2:21 a ui
Vt:12 p m
6:45 p Im


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2:&') a ax
12:201 night
7:45 p ax
9J:30 p cxi
io:t1l1a tfi
2:'')ain
I1:(10 p ax


Msz;,.wz&;Mi PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No0.'.1.N .N 0.:'. N o. .
ii:!5 Igh :fe ..... -n aola pme; pci
I1:55nigbL 7:impa in 2cjPt ip i
4 :21 aii34:fiaa III II'Pumaek !prlrxgN 111 1) f~:' piti
C:'u a Nn Icc:ts anIII.. I 1)IiillY v Incc ]2 7p II
7 :410 a In 11i: 1.5 a III %Ic Utiffila A- I, III 1 f I~
IL In 1~2:1C. n, on Emiv--r .J U ctliexxI,.111cx 12 ftaIII
-I : 13 p III latl Iioifts p III
7 2inDcx.ak~mxx~

TiE OIIUA KNTCIYw


S. A. FRIEDMAN, PropI

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK. PRIVATE STOCK HEN HA)DIN SOUR MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEI)MAN'S CELEiRATED) OLD Pit,'V.AIE
STOCK. 12 YEARS 01); (01 ) SILK VELVET. KEN-
TI'CKY'S PERFECTION OF PRIT'Y. AND
LOTS OF OTHER HIRANDS WHICH

SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
'TO M ENTIO)N.

JE OThi l-,tr..-,t and He-st Sf.l,,ct,.d :.'.(* ,,f l ,t WV .i-ky ;mi l t
Wines for Family 'se.I
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
,) "Al-;, A ,nt fr thl F.I.nous P.tl)h t Milwoaukee i;-,er. Fr,.,e I -liv-
,-ry to e-very Part tof the ('ity.


P. O. Box 4 Is.


PENSAC'OLA,. FLA.


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


cheap. We buy _ood pants,

pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front rockets, watch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see

if" she is &i//fing half of

your inic')c mi pistol pocket

and refresh ii t en/ pockets.


WE [[[ AL *


e WOOL PINS,



Solid a-; a rock. ,lain or fancy pat-
tvrn- for S2..' t:.at will keep an able
bodied nian hu-y ,ii.-it' and days tio
wear th in i out in a t' r. ;ai.l faor
.i. pa[tt,-:. l.1[,'cd -'-a!..- at.I creased


ALL O0DERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE 1 | 1 (151
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

4. ^" ') 1iRooms for Rent by the Day, lMeek or Month. 04.
S31f, 312 Morth Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot. a
O-Teiephone 68.--0 11 al, 1
-:-GEO. WILSON & CO.,-:--- ,. t_ for $;.e that ar.
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. \ lPatroniz- our P.tntry. it
FRiSHt VEGETABLE RCIVil DAILY, W ILSALE AllD RETAIL.


Hmello! I'mV Heiardicx4
atI tim1- I m liZ Ixclecti.


C~URE TUURSELII KLL L31AIL AMIII BEURLAL
lat. ... ictlir. ----*CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
vjtr f M 11 1 7 2.' ~'-.
e s~h n -H r r f A C O iF O R SA L E .
or iECin ~aUAi 081S PAedat ResoabeMates.
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
altered at tb, Post Office at Pen-scola.
FlaSI a second-clats matter.
OFFiCK: Pitt Buildlng,-'ll I tooth Pala-
ft street. up-ttairt..
PlBI.14H Il' ItY
THE NEW8 PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-lnvariably in Advance.
Oae Year hy vari F:' '
Lix MoiKLOt .. ,
Tbre Molth- "1 -
Gc* Weefk. ty Carr-r. paynti;.,- Meinday 1!

THE WI$$KIY NEWS:
Publi-h- d v.,ry 1- ril y at .t I ri y r
Postae,- !*,-.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Addvrfits;g Rates Furnrih-d on Anpltca',on.






Ths paper Is on file with the
LINING ADVERTISING CO.,
EaNtett Bilding. St. Paul. Minn.. when
eseacribers. advertisers and other: na-
es smtae it ead where estimates will te given
spoes acp for GENERAL ADVERTISlN.-

PENBACOLA. APRIL 9. 1900

PRECI-CT l-r I:a.IEATFJS
The MayV !-Mocratir ( lnhu of P, n-ac hasic ndor d'dth,' following ticket for del-
egates froin the c-ty pre-iin'ets to the- It n-
viertic C county Oonv*lei iil to i hetit'l 4 *!
J'oweItii. April I1 and ak thbat t t y I'.
given a hearty support by the v,'ite-ri;
Precinct "'- Ii. <,tigl f-. l v s e -h,--
bas.w m. lazz.l. J. I1. Mawell. and '1. .
Wrlghton.
Precarnt I-w.. HIlour ".Th"-. Hannal.

Precn ct i 14-4,'. l. n<> .' .. l lohnson.
J .8 M8t. au!-). J,,.hn -fT,f, il and J. 1-.
t're mcn t 17-E H. l' tnarn J :n \ ,- .
*mni. l1e-Ti Z ; ,J. I, At. rrcruloil)-WAi.; A
laatm.au.

APRIl. "'".:: i- "T oinas J,.ettr-en
Day."
THE Kan-a- City people Have al-
ready begun the work of preparing
for the rebuilding of their auditor-
ium, recently do-troyed by fire. but
are confronted by the dittfficulty of
procuring structural metal for the
work. Nevertheless they promise
that the national convention shall
bave. by July 4. "a new and grander
hall" than the one destroyed, int)
which to assemble.


WHETHEK it was Speaker Hen-
derson's vigoilous denunciation of
the '*coward.-" in: the senate. or the
-'cohesive powerof public plunder"
that won a majority in that body f,,r
the 15-per-tent Porto Rico tariff
bill, is immaterial The result does
uot extract Presid ent McKinley
from the hole in which the protec-
tionists deposited him. nor close the
great gapa in th- republican firing
line caused by their itisi-tence in
forcing uron tlheir party a pernicious
policy that tcie c,,untry had cein-
demned.
THE Lake City Inidex has this to
say about the-' ca;idid'Acy eof Senatior
J. H. T. 1y.nun for tiet tli,-, of -e-
retary of state:
Senator Byniur: :Ii- ., a ..-i.ls n f
ttowannee ('c.iuntity all b h itfe and lt e .-.erve -
bis county' n1ima y" t .ile' ini p)iteiniofl honor
and tru-t I- r te'i\e -'::- he' -srv-d a-
circuit c>,ur; ,cit-rk. ha ti niH oiit le em f s'!e-e
noeit i-flf'A'l t i2 !. ..1 tl at,. or l ie" t.iFo tt I e ll -
he waas u I ilt I -I :th- dieillocra. 'x '.i-
t:ve .om ll t of i 't. ; ,- '.o nty "ai "t t e.Vi- e
S ountiel i;d ee *"' *::ie:l :-It .: ','" .' ; -
<-ratl" party "'. .' nr '8 * " .- iti -- i.
indelbtChet ( t I ,.-" iit It .- p, li'.


aut cr-edit t bite-- !f inud to its Bt;i i. i -
tion of h:l' >',r."it u.sit .
t524 atoL1 cr I i' I.I ii] V ;t tll;!ii t1 .' 1 t I- '
ietveral ;tear- ..-oe ihn ti:'t l'.-n n ;y 0*: -
kae-ged i ni tt pr 4' (it I''.- .f I:t. ..v* -r :lr-v 1 -t.
,iotw ilih-tahd'>ie !ees p'uit' i"' il'jite -. he hia-
a r ays t tes-ii. leI 'eel 2ii r. 1it- ftaill I*'- i.e'
m ile- ftroi I 1 i:hk : 'l .: I*ttr l it I- nt1'\\
S .a nt ll 1: ,'e ;I :. e r- 1 t- ie i i n l i
i.T nf tin : ;. : !lar-.s ei-.ei
M r. Byz ni 1 :t iiintg i i-t: il: l l1 I: I in

S 3 life; hea- I.. l *'1 Te y'. .
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T.w<' lll. o' .i : ",' " ;
, th 0 1 ni I f '* ,+-t,' t .,' ,, : t.
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N'ork t-. te, ilo ,,-t.. i .e '.'. 1,. i he. ;
:.ne t'ha'-gio e N t : N t.
Ki.ec ord. ill '-, -- Ii, i -.-
a itu3rti ;n It 1 t;1 e' ,' \e 't o W k
--I. an '**'I tll.. tl : !: lt'---th.
oo tton oo< l ,1,-. a: ., !I.! ad. Mtna 1.n i- 4 ,.,
y i ,tl- p-ili .1.. a, 'it : iiaitI n i< ;i, : I *.
* By Ihe tl: .' the ti-l -- :t- *.-II-
Sqjuipp l' s''t11:11 2ii -I ';p"r .ha e t',.-- ed il-,
:.s-tWe-tIS cin:. tl' w', r 1 ? ne l' l ia -. f, r t'
nt ft Ilf'i. it''- .,!i- e :-." >-;)" a,I at c ''i'l l's
Ws-miiakntt:iz. I...,; J i' th*' ii t ilpor-
taut adstalltalge p d'-.. 1 ley t01.. 'V ee. i:.,
over the t"e ri:.t p-Ini-r rem' iin- ttio .'- stat-
tee. It i t. ttle a- lis oita*be e*t coiiing dr alt.l'
from the' pr''e- ani- into (bhe hoitie"- t the
one hoer an all the- tritnty-fiour v i-ii the'
ratllItono for whoin (i newspapers are
miede are rely for it' perusal. 'e are
a latson of workers. Our vioc-atior.s tDM.ort
theallhtted o ,rk tiue of eacfl dtay. lecre-
aSto corm#-- after. t.ot before. tbhe daily re--
ururncg duty of br-ad-winning. And to
red be daily paper-t hat is one of the ret'-
re tioneot the man who (ilh1. Naturally
hedlelres that its coming ball be timed to
ttecog tngof his recreation period. And
no American is so slow as heartily to enjoy
bis first reading, of a morning piper at
nitgt. The wotkniiig peo pl arebecoming
a majorit)( of then country'*. newspaper
-redkd-. Tb'- are thlIe Inasses; and they
are *ad are. Ito be the constituency of teli
--- -r .ii..it A...thpir nz.. as


Expo it Comparkio's.
A late issce of the Mobile Regis-
t *r contained the following:
The commerce of Mobile cor.:ine.P :"o
grow w.th amazi'ig rap.lity. The-r isn w a
fleet t,'f slity ve-"t-ls iu port. counting. of
course. the (oa-swls,. crift. 'Ie hi prt'
river is ffillel with s.ips. There ha- b-enu
all winter from ten to a doz-n st-tn. r at a
time loading bhere. 'I he- result fsbows l,. t 1.-
fi Lurl.r rCeor'ded 1i:1 i (:- c',lion !
Th-e xport- fir tn.'- .r!e- mo : S %,l r..'
March ;:. a- conilar'-d wi: "e -'ulti. r L -
ceding two y'-ar-. :r. ns f ,.., .
;,'5 +. $7 .e.", .'-"
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f tvir ,' P. iisactol:.
The ;g2e 'Ja:t vailti : :--t :.i *"-
Ie t-. fru ,::: '1 :.-' it :.r t:.- til'
ioritt!:- ohdini i ;11a:t'.! :1. i ; '. wVV
Sl. l' .:i:.. a ditT.-'ie'ice. a- c' in:.ere o
willt t!..- of Mobile for ;e:t: -0at:,
pt-riod. f t2 -T 7"70 I' fav'. oi t!.i-
pirt.
The azgr,-g.te value if fT re-i;n ex-
ports from Penrsatola for t:!e nine
mntihi- ending Marc I. I was
$<.i4r,2>j,. :t difference in favor of
Mobile of .',2."j. .
Taking the aggregate value of ex-
ports for the s-ae period f,'r the
three years named together. the nOt
difference in favor of Peta, ola i
(_'. i .
The foregoing exhibit is certainly
gratifying. but wheli we ex t;nine the
imllporting hbuine-s. of the two cities
the balance iS largely in l'avor ,of
Mobile. The- same article above-
quoted say:.-
J'nl import- for the i.:.:. n;< :i c.'in--
pared with t.ce ia:ie, years. a'e a- fLil, .ws.
i,'., $,s=.'.;?41 .
il -.'. * The imipjrt- dulrilt: ; w ht l'.c.-- f, i a r :;r
I .*4 were hut l.it.tll;.
Mare-h last !:'lows .ust A:.at t e i.ew '..t.r
is d ilig in the co iii.i-'ret't l i 'I J h tn ex\-
parts of that month were t!.2'_2 a. coin-
pared wilth S',f7. ..'1 ior thet auiue mouL:h lin:
S.-ar. an increase of (; per <'ien. T1Li mi-
purte wer'- ,. ag- aini t ',...i'. .I.: ';-a-e
,if 1,'-2 per cent.
We know how insignificant the
import trade of Peusacola' is. Is
there any good and suttifient reason
why it should not equal th.it of 3o-
bile-or exceed it. as our exports do'.


Habitual constipation is th, door
through which many of the senrioul-
ills ol the body are admitted. 'I'lh
occasional ue of PKRI KI.V A-H li'l-
TEHS will r-eiove aid cure tl:.: dt(ii--
tie.-iig conditions. sAld by Hannah
Bros.
I,.\'T 1WEI:K'SI EXPORTS.
Shipment to Foi-ireiitn i*Ports. We rc Vatl-
ued at Sto0-47.
Butsin-Q- wa- better in ti.e- i.ti l,-t
week that. it ha-t, hei il .i l,: i: tiunell
there were very t.-w if any idl'- bay-
men and thle pay rolls 'or thi, wef-k
we-ri' u inti ally large. cnee tiiit'tly
hIusine-- :tt t e -tore-S.atu;rdaty ight
wa- up to 'i..h-water mark.
During the week !ix steamn-hip-
and on11t b iIk of it toti l tat1ni i L t f
"..132 arrived from ftrei.:,'! 'o,!t-. a;dl
Itlur te;llIm aid.( tIwv-Ive -,ali v---l- I I
a tor:tl toe aii g.c e ef 1t 2'.- chl .ti 'i 1',;
f. .r i.u p,,rI.
ExipoI t- fore,;tn we r1 v'aiirll at
$4 ">, e 7' a id Wvre di-triliut-d f,- -

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Hood's PIlls


VOTE FOR


J. C. VAN PELT


For Sheriff.


A PLEASANT PICNIC.
(Given liy the *JIwirh Young r- n VYes-
t-rday.
A 'no,-t enjoyb! l'I-k-: ; i'nic
W.i- _\' v by t:l Jew.'1v N *YI!
:; :1 "f ;;.l- c ity ;: ,, :-11 : : 1 '

T'.v trail'- vwer' i .. ,i'.:. :. ; '
aind the th -r ;at 12 ,,'cl.ick. Tli-er
w r- ;itabout ione hundr'l i aitt':(l-
anci aI:t .ial had a b:lo-t -i.; y.able

La Gripp r Successfully Treated.
"I have just recovered from the
,second attack 4, la grippe thisyear.'
-vtys Mr. Jas. A. Jones. publi-tier of
the Leader. Mexia. Texa-. "In tthe
latter case I used C('haberltain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
con-iderable success. only beinir in
bed a little over two ti ty<. against
ten days for the former attack. The
second attack I am sati-fled would
have been equally as bad as the first
but for the u-e of this renmedy as I
had to go to bed in about -ix hoiur
after being 'stuck' withit whil- in
the first case I was able to attend ti)
business about two day- before get-
ting 'down.'" For sale by Haunah
Bro-. and all medicine deal-r-.
For School Superintendent.
VFiltor Iaivly N>ews.
I am a patron of t! e publ c
schools, and. a, such. I ibeg-i bri-f
space in your valuable pap-r to call
the attention of other patrons to the
need of more advanced meithod- in
the management of our school af-
fairs. This is a rich and prugres-
sive county and it behooves uI to be
up with the times in educational
il..tters as well as in thiing- con-
mercial. I have given much thought
to the question and it i- plain to my
mind that school matters will roil
lazily along in the ,-ame old rut,.
which is not at allsatisfACtory to the
masses. unless we make a change in
the head of the school department,
which we can do by our votes to-
morrow. We need a younger school
superintendent-one who will inau-
gurate new ideas and push vigor-
ously for better school facilities
throughout the county. We want a
man of executive ability and who at
the same time can view matters
from a practical, experienced -tand-
point, a man who has hiunself been a
teacher and who from per-onal ex-
perience knows the needs of the
public schools. Such a man is C. J.
Bell. Under his admini-tration we
would have. live up-to-date -chools
and I hope the school patron" will
elect him at to-morrow's print tries.
Vote for Bell and improved sehool-.
e'CII'n ''. I'. LT 'N.
An Honrat Medicine for La (Gripp-.
(ieo. W. Waitt. of South (i.dl;uer,
Me.. ays: "-1 have ha;l the wor t
cough. cold chil anid .-ip amnd i :ive
tak nti lots ,of trast: of no af c.uli.' but
profit to the vendor. ('hani.,'. I.t-i,: -
Cough Remedy is theoinly th::z: tii:t
has done any good wlia';eve'r I !,ave
ii--(d o(.I*- cent bhottl anid t! .!ill,
>''old and l 'ip have all 1.-ft mie. I
v(' ngrattil tte the itlinufat ; *'-- of :i
I lt >n- 1 w edi'itn ." F",,r ., !" }l:iI!-
ial.: I r,-,. aidl a I ln.e l:i,; e 4' t', i .
WVIlRI: FENC(I N;.
F',r th-t ni-xt :i day-. A. .1. \ -
k it.- w "1l I ,r'l r ,l a ir; ,' : \% I:-
t,-'-w i it -1'h1i low I" it I l
-ilrF i i-l j'" vet' Iy'hodY. ',Ii :;ii 1 :Iv'
.:;y k tid., fr'im 2 t. .I t ,' 4 .. : :

ir, l 1t't i#oi4 tf all k;n i-. ..
1o d(1 11 .!* in.''f .:i l. .' !
-, 'I\if ell Ilet;- .tt .l: .1 '-O' *
< ',it'. fr lllt- ialiei ,~ i \ i:d -.1'1IV-
!11 Il1ty .tild get tir-t-: 1 u..n:i:.in-
t #.,t W, ik. A. J. \V.A '.
I.1 tn I i.


Vote for


J. C. Van Pelt


For Sheriff.

4I'Pr IF IY Time.
M .. r-. .1. I-:. .. (',.. N .. ; N .
l' l lt ,,x -tree '. I t' ,; i'-
ra :n 'l;-nt, f,,r tI: i't ,I] fav t'p -" ,'f
tht- bt)-t wintidow -e re-' ,i v.\ r 'pl.ie-
iipe oIt tii ll:irket. l'!,y cl i;:ii !,;
it tI' fl,Ilow i:.I.' d I; t.iit be t" ll'l, V i ;j .|1 "-r..,i
tw.i y : i' I i i- i(l ,of It le -, *t,,
. it :, ;it t !r 1 -. eef tie- il-; t: ..' ,l:,
; id ,>- li oif t li - w i miiie4 c ; :i 1)0 -i- v
:i,:r d f-dl .'li i' ;tih i ul-id w ih e'i i,, 1:1-
t .rf -r-ten'c' or trouble froIn the -'Tr- :
It is si ipl- ir;: constIl ucl(tioII, ;i:. d ti;h
price is -e low ats to be witliiln the
re.:ch of all. Call and -xa!minte it.
tind le-live your order for aniy i.ium1beo-r
from o4ne to one hundred.
RO(SS & CO.'S
WINDOW SCREENS.

Our prices are absolutely the low-
est; thlse who think the contrary
have either not fairly tried ua. or
they have measured our prices by
those charged for Clothing of doubt-
ful quality. White's.
We make Clothing to order. and
represent M. Born &S Co.. Chicavo.
the greatest mo-rchant tailoring con-
oorn in the wnrld satiafartion ando


A BOLD SNEAK THIEF.
'Steals $80 From Beneath Col. Tarblt's


Pillow at Hotel Eacambia.
A bold sneak thief entered Col
Tarble's room at Hotel E-cambia
Saturday night and stole St;o from
beneath his pillow while he slept.
About lo o'clock. when ready to
retire. Col. Tarbel counted his
money, put ` 1o iti bill- in the ri1ht
hand ve-t pocket and a dollar bill
and two ilvor dollar- in the 1 ft
pockt-t. He the-t c:ali-d thie bell boy
to ald him in dinsri inz., folded t(I -
Ve-t :Ilt tIht the boy to put it ui)Id-r
.!i pi:l.'w. tIeIn h:tI.: ..'d him t.i- fliu
rol d w It'l; to utit b,-;,+ath tt,. ,:!:-r
pillow. \V .t-i theO l i y l-ft tie rl.e ni
h lo .'ked )hi (!,do r, t Iin- d the ..;-
down :ai'! re ire. I.
About 11 1'cloeX !., wa, a;vak' lt(
by ai ni--. .t .>rd hi- ,lI,.,r -cr ;i,.! -:
its liing e- looked, saw that hi'i li-l!t
was out and the door optel. fit
jtiiil'ed up. liih:ted t:t, g:pa; and at
,cie looked for hii- monev an;d tound
the ve-t une::tly folde-di as before, but
the $(i was -gone. The ,old watch
and other money were undisturbed.
Marshal Wilde was notified and is
ht work mon the vae. but no arre-t-
have yet been madte.

**I)ifmculties give way to ,dili-
gence." and disease gerull- aQid blood
humor' di-appoar when Hood's Sar-
-aparilla is f: tthfully taken.



Put a X M(ark Before



J. C. Van Pelt


Jl~illirnn ^oljn~on & S'ou.



Our 20th Year at

180 Present Location I


- THE


BIG STORE ,

eC-OFFERS (,*


READY-TO-WEAIR QRME


l FOR EASTER. :


Shirt Waists.


Eulbrcil.r--iffe X'. 7
\"Ii~~. V: i it -1.'4.5, ee$

;ilk Witi-t'e for $'i~


Skirts.


W lhirt Piolue. Etihri-.il-r,.d. $ .
White Duck. 7,"' t ..*;.t,,.
tielletea Applit'u-d. I: N,'w C('!-
or-., '_2..4I to g.61o.
Black Brilliaintiins. Box Pleat-
ed. i lk4. :41.
Novo-Ity Goods in black, ?:.'.< .


For Sheriff Millinery.


WVe are doing a big- business, and
it i- no wridlt. Why shouldn't we?
There i- tiio p|a rticula r mystery about
our succe--. WV always have the
ritht ;oods. the right service- and
the ri-.!:t prices, and these always
win. \WV fenphasi.e the hone-,t treat-
inent fea ture and sell to sell again.





Motto,: At olute Purity.
('l,,thinig that is tailored hoie-tly
and taioroughly at White's.
ROSS & CO.'S
FI-Y SCREENS.

Cro-sset celebrated $3 and $3: .;
Shoes. at White's.
TOO many people lose valuable
time in experimenting with
cough and cold cures. They should
take Folev's Honey and Tar before it i-
too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.




('ornfecti ,,:-ry in i. 21) and :;!-,-tc'it
box-. Tfy them. All deal'-r!- -ell
then-:.


Ve are Sl owini :; Nic .Linlie ef
Pattin-l Hat- at I ow Price-.
Bunch Violet-. Ro,-e., I)at-i-y-
and F re;.t-ie-Not-< a: .
Bunch.
L:ate-t Styles in Sailors at .o,.at
75c and i1.mio.
Hat-Tritrnnvd on Short Nonte..


French Caps.


N .k


Clothing.

at $1l. te "
Y ,,lt!l-h"' t-. 1. ,t:_ }'
7 -.0 to $;re
I- !. Pa. t-. ".


Straw Hats.

; ia l i ( ; .

I"i l-.

Shirts.


1 4 .0 ). ''i hs


Newl' Iea Patterns


10 cents each.
S/ 2206 I. Arfl kur



NXNEL CGOODSA%

Displayed on Our Counters E ach \\et,




.lHillinm 0 11n0Rnt Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


-MIaniuaol~er ure-r- and h 1)..:,1. r- i :,


EASTER IILI.\EfrY Carriages. Bggies, Wa80ins nd lld. .


Bmwas & iKrTw, W',i mA ac a oon



Ii~ Ift ep li i I-feIe #, Iie ; ce-IlIa i -Z i I,

I w' i I w Ill ,le' iia(dI I I I f .-
1, 1 %- A ii W e. hav'.e' I billI mp
ei E~t-Te rH it- in oil the 1ii--t'.%"I


AT


COE'S


r1 asteil Cards,


[)y~~ ~


and i3iblcf-s.


10) UNTAIN


MINT TONIC


Everybody ncIl-Cis a tlt io t.-i'
la:zy spring g day-. to driv-e :waiy thi it
tired fe-elinit. Mountain .Mint To'ri
,oe- thii-. It invigorates and puri-
fie, the blood. It cureso the w,)ort
cases of itnlize-tion. It cures p-r-
inanently ali stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
strong: and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease on lile arnd a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has bpen tried by hundreds of
people in Pen-aceola. ev-r-.-one oft
whom heartily re-cemintmends it a- the.
beat tonic they ever u-ed. It doe,-
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottle, for five dol-
lar.. Try it. It is made in Penra-
cila hbv Dr. Philin E. Hanni:h. F,or


_Repairing Attended to Promptly.
F S EA, IT ( 1At )EN 1. : : p; \<\, "


LENTEN SPECIALTIES




SOL CAHN & CO'S.


S'l()IE")>111A 1.1 iti 1F


~LA :%I.-


"BUY THE BEST.


~T -ON 0I'lY.


RI-RFX{IGEIc."l RS isea

'I. t!i' XI- ei~e .v ii I 1):'i rl


. f \ I % \


Cur Ice Cream Freez-rs' -
\\ .\ll \.N IE > *l- I lt--F /.E | \ I '

Si t l Ie I' o 1. .


(~B.


PERSON .-


107 South Palafox.

2 ,cent- will pvy f,,r ::, "1rurd;ay F'ine ftr flntt/n d ,
dition ,,f th. J., k- r. ; :.* M-ltropo.,,, I//.
lis. a lart'es *,r 12 ,. e"- p- r rr.in ,
now until N ov. l11th !,e .il onAly. I 'r / /" 1
and $2.'O will pay t.r th Ila.i! nr es. TIe'ir
.Jack-onvillp M1-tro[,it, frOTm now Di le. J)on't l/': "'
until Nov. loith. for ca-- inr advancife I i ffirnitue lpl//
(only. The obj,-ct f t is unparal-
lIlled offer is t;o give- t.e- pes-,pli. of ee' .fA arsh#m
Florida a chance to k"p. p oate-d on s tock.
the news of the cornmrg polltiral
campaign at ext:r'-ne- v l.ow'e-t. and The best 5 cent C;.'-
als- to make thin tIIt-r ac('(jlnrit d h-
with tho leading fr. -i.v--r andOn 0 the market is s
Bryan n-ewspaplr in the -tIat-. It- DURH&M. Try theI- at
eiirtoo)ns are alone wor', ,nl the, p, JA Z.-"


('.% N N; F.? T: N N'. F I i i.


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( L\ %I ( 1 '( 1XV I I F R


S ; I '. -


AL %-..g JL '--OF JL JL %-J' JL X X A. *








g THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900.


3r- -. -'-- -w-w-w MIA
ink Enugmh For Any Amount.
'11h1d lit) I ~ a .
I her. lHe an -' i. iv i:, :o 'I ctillI
draw a cl-h". : I *lhm~.zt
1ijousand.-
bank. Lhate y( 11:
"No. [out l *e a i t, i
the Jink botils. "- tlce-voand Plaini
Lkealer.
TUP %unsge ah~r
"T1heliii II' i Es 0'.'t Its' wilrn4
said. "to t.i lst z-fitany sj utt-4
the St%'(14.4ti'5lung thilirg. :apnojpo'. of
socnethiniz q ~r (ot losr. not eqse'utiziI to the
Working tout (if this StorY as a bit of
art.
"Oil. she did, did she?" finappislk the
warage loacbt-lor.-lntflaimpolis Press.
A Defumilsm.
"Father," said the buy who has Neen
encourago-4 to a-k questios. "what
does the word credulity mean.,"
CVredu~lty," was thoe answt-r, "means
the ability to 8:0 right ahead believing
the Weather r*-joirts.' -NWashiogto4,
star.
Ititle. fr -Lent.
All the faiitt'ful who have Coln-
pleted thf-ir twtntv-tirqt yedrai az
who have not b(-gln their !-ixtieth
year, apd who arte not cex.4m~ptd fr i-in
the obligation 4-f fastinsr by sickness,
hard work cr ssther w. 11 knowns rca-
t~n. are oblig# d to f vit on all the
davA of L-n'it. #ixetpt Sutsda-.
(On those- day-.tout oti#- fuill meai ij
allowed. Whit k h-1;,uld niot be ta&kenj
before noon.
Cufatiin ;il ,5wQ a ctip 4)f c--tlee. to-a
'ior thin cht~cs,lale.'.a14id a -ill 411 pit'.'
-Ko bread or a crack.-r. to hp taikeii in
tte m ornmilr: anzd iio tiie -eni'zui1'.a
-c1ollation.RIwt CXCf-t'd~ini:Ot-e fou!Vt'
part of 2n o~ru iitarv iio .i-i all-owe-d.
At tha.i cithlajtzcs.loutte~r.
m~ilk,ee~gQ arid Al! kind- of fruit,
tfi~zh and ve.tih~ art- di l-w.-d.
lXheenati JTIHCIJdIthelrnia i't-a IIdn iot
without irav- iiC5'R1~Zijeiwv 1)b
taken at 1 -..it i- psrtm loIde to
t-Ike the sI~ausill ti..'insrllM


1


Weak



Children
How sad it is to see weak
didren-boys and grls who
are pale and thin. They can-
not enjoy the sports of child-.
hood, neither are they able
to prolitby school life. They
are indeed to be pitied. But
there is hope or them.


Scott's Emulsion
has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
Your doctor will tdel you it is both
e antd medicine to them. Thy
begin to pick up at once under its
=L Their color improves, the flesh
bLmeM s moare firm. the weight
increases and all the ul f ll ie and
vigor of childhood returns again L
At all rniz'r t : w ar ?i fs 3.
SCOTT & 1u& ANL. Chtnuits, New York.


The Wap. of Prirene.
There have lsts'n mal4Y rss'nl anthnrx.
and we vwisib sn~txisthsb7-' vs'reyet
rnssther. a prinso 'iofs'Itri' IlwO azd of a
really grest lat''. iss !s.11 %,,N titanvr tislk
how princem Ireally fool al,,,tv l th. sb-
soE Q'lfr"'fltiug. 3-vs'lthy s lti. .i h rlyI "-~1w
i-ca 1'; l f. test sd lov Ith'Iste '.h las.0wsY ths'in
or thio iv'stuld1"~t !in%- -1: -.k .1 s;if.tta.-v
huive in c ~~t si1'S t'"', wnvy
of m'en.
pr-1 Abd l, v pv avl%'' Iht'-y 'v 1 isd ssrtiers,
'A ho t.'s 'k :l' i15..- '1 si .. f 'i -
ty cr Ow No .s' ~'~s:-)'ssIT 4dw'vina,
thium. !.ul 4 4 rs-iai:tr ist.) make' -sf

,Ily 'O# '"ll %%t, tt .4"!k.I I z' iL7 1 tr1
n ai: I N~V f *1 I* I\

It iwit 1' ss'- '' oa kina re-v-


f i !f git.hol- Ik '.: a hisin[n- a.
f- i f-c'.' '.i- .-tii i' Iti. 125 Itiso 1 .II1IlIi
h'11 ib h I O'Iand %I' It-s+v-I:.IT-
1:11. llutt lie %U" 1-4,1111. V11' e '1101. V'-.


-~~~-L-L - - -


PROFITS FROM CONVICTS. !
State Clear* 8,000 Under the New
LeAwe ?Sytem.
ATLANTA, April 7..-The year which
was aitked for the trial of the new con-
viet 1Ls*e system in the' stat' closed
April 1, and the report f1 th.* last quar-
ter of th" amount re-'civeI f<,r convie't
hire h.ts I s.-n prepare-d at th.. office of
the prns-ul commiasioiu.
The reps rm .h-iws that the inew ha.- brought injto ithe tr.as-.ury 2o .:19.13,
uot iun'luding a cle-ar prfifi ol;f 6.Imi) ,tn
the prn. tu farn at OMlfedgvill,. Of
this amluut $12v,<-) was appropriated
to meet th- o.xpen~'s of tih, d-xpartusnt,t
loeavini at thet l, \w-.t ftir'nr -a pr fit to
the state.. f #N .W( lu a y.mar a-u a .e-
-ult of its t,-xp'rim,'nt.
Un.e'r the .ld lt-"s vst.t li.y which
the stat,. pras-tically so1d tli," convicts.
lahbr aul all. t., the l.....*-, the Innual
profit aoiunts'i" tO' $1').) an- seldom
'x<,e '"ld d el.''1 ">.


SAfter He Comesj
he has a hard enough time. Every.
thing that the expectant mother
can do to help her child she should
n do. One of the greatest blessings
she can give him is health, but to
do this. she must have health her- -P
se',. She should u-c every mean ca
to improve her ph:v. ica1l or- .:t:on.
* She should, by all 1.eaus, .-,;pply 4
herself with
Mother's 4

Friend.
It ,will1 tke her .
h eI%
S C Ioug t e :'isa
n,.n nrt wichl

; "o:' t. t an or to the*

S Ithaturte g



woman 1: vi'i in F,-t \Vr.vne, 4
Snd.. s.tvs": -MFhier Frienttd wi
'n e t for inc. Gra,.e (d for
y. :r lhim ..nt."
" R.'a t h:er lrj f, l i: e~l '.n f.
Small %m7,n 1wh l) undlcrgo nature's
_ ,"dc.,t of childbirth.'"
Get Mother's Friend at the 4
drug store. $1SI per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD "[GULATOR CO.,

y XV r '" fr our .r.f i ;.ts,-at-d b..,k, l~efore


Quick Ar.-ow Shlootini.
The Maya Indians liave acquired ex-
traordinary dexterity with the bow and


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'5'
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' N A I. a I II2I


WANTED.
Waitdtoi keby all klidsif mh:cooa
land Furiltore, Usrckuiise, &c.
Address Bit 142.


Staste Thunder and LiIghtning.
The r w!sit'. v CtA.w i ai. for
n.:tkingu~ h Oie 1twi;)t toalsu s
a 1,!:,.11,'41 is- 55-I:Yl C11.is' aiis1ieuco
js1. to thi lhz.]%d If'J, IIws*4; 1 lsl o t
in 11t". L-s I 44 It''.'.exs..:.l ii 'S1'
,11:. 'pi-.eo ( II&, 1 '', i 3 I 1 :la lisl: ig she u'
st~ir wi;Ita ti-:et's* s>vl'-.srin-

hits (oft"41 1,4 L-:1 4 a. ill1sI (-Ne it.lmd r sit
rilk. tijiisdl W i!i Ia si:ltk. st''.iit te'
telLs'.sh Atttt.ll5.. I r-

.ml (irslingry T LlsIt- .i1 1.t (if*a1 wil. 'n .)htItI

t r1.4 11
Th A un f sstt eI Is I'. f a cArr-
r An vtti .' .9 %% ta t li Ii I i '.vs es'a


i. jsrl ure sof a III sr-s'. Whcts then' is
' a r, 3 Aj~s !' t ''ir '.'. ii S isli
tho ritil X41114-V 4t jfs' .ssley Itst
Is ofh s m ,1t oy e Ivrni-poilY lv i ss'5 It a dried
oR Ifs. a with ra tt ans* .'.hilos' hivvy
stroks'a on the Isatzs 'irmn "'.ill com-toy'5
tbc Iiis'.iof earnntmadin8.
If th*-;niesdhnisti were seen In iop-
em'tlon tby an t) lishs'l'N. it w~uldsImake
the Altbolt: Ipetlortr.inait' seem itl tsheuiou.


in an anna tree gathering e apples.
He at once fired an arrow at the ila:n.
striking him through the chest and
while the Iodly was falling placed an-
other arrow in the neck. I'urtunately
for himself hli moaunged to reach the
ueairest Spianislh settlimtent before any
of tlie inmurdered im:mI's relatives could
overtake him.--Chaibers' Journli


Sor. Tarragona and Zarrago..a -ts.


A


0


Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


-......... ....... ... ..... ......1.... ..A.1 'l.iu i, tip ',,t sup.- tr.,oier. ..s.e 1,iit o mur
and the dinner in th-li eveiin, to alter an etia'uette -Sp..tt.r.
Abstinence ron ti- heu-e of fl-h ARE YOU
i1 enj'ined on all the W ednesdays *Ii'm Quite tist. i i.; a.s..-11. m1 | 1 a*
and Friday-of L,-iit and on the Sat- -. ;' -..::i .'' !:..! ; :.- I
urday of Enilt-br %'eek and on Holy ed a li:t;'- :n. ,. : usi.; l 1 0'l- i fE A'-
fttarday. van.'-int; -.::,. : ., i ', i.> I. 1 is;il l--
The ue of lard i- allowed in cook- vi.,-.s. "[ i:i.:i, I s...il r, fri t,. p1.-,- WE NAVE THE ONE YON WANT'
Fish and fl. sh are not allowed at " Whoth'er y n want ia bI oont. ne
ih aod ,h* .r not alowed at "-.. ;,.r v. lit:. i 1 v. h:t par- a -maill one. ian oxp-n-ivr. or I ch-,p on-..
the same in'al. ev-ten on Sundays. W ..': Is' !stsi..-.. wse have a gr-at vatripty for i*/." r rent Th'
Eggs. choose, mtilk and butter may i ''. o s-t of them are luxurious. 'lls- c tisa le-t
be Ised every day. but abstiuince ": I'll aor:1i,;t. i.-w :111 >v of My m aregood. J
fr all of thl'- i-. recomni-.nded on own'" w:a. the ,'rl,:y'. 'Th0 nil ldo it. DWELLING V'FORlt IIENT.
04wd Friday. '.u l.n-t.W ha; ;s.. :1 a..i::y progress. o. A:. Woat Gadsden .tr.et,7rums.2 F
Pei ons exempted from the obli- i opl,."--4i ha ,co I',st. atory) 5.'.to
nation of ferting are not bound by No.1001 Ei ot Kasth street: -rm., r i s l. t i G' t
the reotrictioni of u.inz meat but Deafheent Cannot he u'tret No. :11 We't Laltus 'trt.4 roomm'.,l
once a day on the day.- in which the *tory) r.
use of meat is permitted by di-pen- by local ap locations a.; thvy cannot No. i west Hetmonit ti.-ee-t. 7 roonmt.
"Lion. reach th- diiaaed portionii of thle I. .t' hu, .h -tr., r I
Cbild'en over seven years- of are ear. There i d only one iay to cure storyy nar ne s\ti #, .-(iae 1:.013' T
are bound by the law of abstinence, deafness, and that is by constitu- No. 4.: a unlesa excused by sickne s or other tional remedies. Deafness is caused -No. 9".e.tyHelmrint stre..t.5 r.om.. i i T
causes. by an infltamed condition of the 1in- btorv It IN
The paschal tili:n. in which all ouiis lining of the Eustachian Tube. No. 111 west C('rvtint--tr.*et.7 rooms.-
Catholics whf o have c d:mo to tI.e When this tube is inflamed vou have Iteund'torVKua sr, s rooms. 'T
years of discretion are bound to re- A ruinhlinIr sound or inpierfct lhear- Cor. iiltou andl.Ruat-,.,iroomi. "
ceive holy commtunion worthily. ex- ing. and wh-n it is entirely closed, No. -iMouthl Spring street. rooln. Il
tends from the fir t Sunday of Lent Deafnessis, th, result. and uniets- No..~, s -,rstree..srm.
till Trinity Sunday. inclu-ive. 'hil- the inflammation can bhe takon out Itomrv> ........ I.e __
dren over se-ven years of are are and this tub', r,..tor.d ,to it. nolrtnl No.'11" E. Intensldencia Street. r)oomi'.
bound by ths pr"cl pt of annual con- condition. htearinz will be d, tr-oyd 7 Norh spring ,treet. ruom-.
fe'eion. P, w thathat the (.ildien comply ni!, c iau'cd by e:tt:rrh, whi,-v i- no,,tini corner.ardeit an, l. Villi.er. rrc m..
thi duty. eut an intlamn d condition of th!e i -,torjs .,)
The holy 'ea= ; of L.-nt i- a time- inuCtu-i surfaces. several iatiler dw-llinize <:an I- -. w
of prayer. ,ot -,trow fo. -in, of i.;t-s'u- W'.- wi!l giv.e o n11 H nii 'r- d Dollar, -ou. a'l it th e i,', ,art. r .f" t s' in-
t.ion from tihe world and it- a;Inlu-t-- for any eli--" f l)Detfnirs-- caut-id by ri
ments,. and of renerou- lain,,vmte ,atarlr that c.tInnot h,. cei!',(I tty Th}OS / Iat80) t CO. P
By a special inijut trainted to til, Hall'- Catarrl; Cure. Sonid fuor cir- D O- /- Vatso7l/ .,
bis-hops of th- I' .ited States for "oin -ulars : f:'-. O
year.I dating fr-ttin Mtarit 1C'. I-', F. J. (':t![ v & (' Tol.(l* Io. REAL ESTATE.
working popI, who caiinit ea-i s,d.i by )rui.i-... -,. Rental nd Insurance
observe the comiImi.on law of thll Ha:ll'- ".n.iv Plli- aret the bo-t. eb
church, are l-ssit'n--d Ir-,in th.- hob- AGENT .
ligation sf ab-, n,. clie '',n dl sl.,L"- ,f
the year c. hpt F-'riday.;l. A-1i The nicet (and most stYl- Nio. I South Pa.itfox Str,.-, S
Wedne-day. H.sly Week and (Chri-t- /h //Ili of rul;s a-nt mat- PINSA A, FI.A
nmas Eve. Trti- di-pens ition ii .-i-- *- T .
not exempt trsm the additiont:l s-i1 tif.I erer e.i'iihited In el'-
ligation iof fam-tiiir. wh.i* -it h *x x acOV la. (_t 7a at farston (
hh nt DINK LION BEER! u
iats. nor doe- it :iithoriz.. th-t i-- .t -lf
hih and fl.--ht 1 tl ,- t,-;; ,n-;l. it Fi ch'sh hrI 1 i ? itu Ile house.
vidual o-kiment ii whe t iv-sr it -



enter into th.' spirit of ?1: t oly vt-a ynvelop- to mateL-. X
son of Lent by voluntary acts of tor- .u C hritig-el ::'-. aii E.ve.es.
tificaton.pe -nianceI.an d tnlrn ivi <. A id'-- Pa rclinie!.
most praiseworthy custom m is that of Invi.Ati.ion Pap-r and Ernv.ilope-.
ab-tainiuis duritL: L-tnt from < tiant,- Linen 'Ia')iet. jz
plants, in honor ,,f tihe -acrtd t.ir-t t-f Fro-ted Velum and Enivelopoe. Endrsd by alfl Physicin- as the
our divine Savior. Euglish Note: S atin W Vov: Ti-sue .nly -Rer ab-olut l"y iree fro,,i adul-
Those who entertatih any re.,oua- Paper: Denti-oi'-s Crope. Etc.. with teratiou.
ble doubt about thli-ir obligation to t general asortment of stationery.
fast or abstain. ought to apply to C. V. TnoMN'soN. Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
their pastor or confessoAr for advice No. :i Stouth Palafox Street.
EIIWARI> P. ALIEN. PENSACOLA.
lishlop of Mobi e. A beautiful as-ortment of & and
Mooile. Ala February rt. Ika. 75 ceut piling, -hirts at White's. Try It. 01 Ta a! all U10011 NO.


wai an ANCIENT who used
to nurn wood.
iQ for BILLS that hie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that he after-
wards bought.
i-s the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i- the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in not using
ffa-.


i- the GAS George used in his
-tove.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to hi- home.
i- the INDIAN; he doesn't
u.-e GAS.
cannot use it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY, they'er
both of 'em cool.
i- the MONEY, save-d by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW, the bept time for
a change.
i- the OFFER the Company
inake s.
i- the PROFIT. dsn't mlake a
nti-take.
I-or fsQI -ESTION : nI ( ques-
tilt at ai,
i- ti- AL. N(G ': yuti -,,ould
buy befr,- i-Fail.
i- th, SAVING v.- r.;ake. If

i- ti; TiME ttisl TiIl 'tLE
i;t v-.d, to',.
I- t I ; "UNI N 'f C',InfI t
: ,i t1 : t.
i- VEXATION, now (cut it

1v1 TuIDOMT is it:'.viti in

; 'i lr-e i:irsr- to buy a
t i I ti ..,
t- f.,r '<>1". Il'. .- slt trve a-
y.iiL pa.-.
i- .ur 7.EAL tso -upply you
witi. iGA."

ANGES $13. Connect d Free


Pensacola Gas Co.,
3 S. PALAFOX ST.


TrC 03Q OIO:BT
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


wziuz:9, W1:1, uL.0 C,1:.

j:.-RRRS, ETC.,-0::-
IN WOOD AND tLASS. LAlt( <: E-M0.W.1 '
- Al TH IE-


BIG FIRE IN PROCTORVILLE.
Entire Businesa Portion of Town Is
Laid Waste.
PROCTORVILLE, 0., April 7.-At 10
o'clock today the flour mill of D. G.
Pugh caught fire and from that a con-
flagration resulted which destroy ivl half
the town. The fire l urn-d. horh up andt
down the street. ci.,aring two -j|uar i ,,it
reisdeince. and bu-minie hsou.. Bur
two stores of any imrorrance the t.own. The 1 l i- etiumated at nearly
*200,000) w ith t-nly a t!) ier cent insur-
auc.'.
Tw,'lv' r,'si'l-n'l***' wr r'. d.tr yved with
ni,)st ,f th.-ir c.inti.nt,. No lyves wer-
lost.
ConsolinK Thought.


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XaLOON.


(I i'): ite I .~ as :i Dsp ': .


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


I'PNN~~f 1.I'i. V W J- '


SOLE AG TSI FOR


A. m. AVERY,
Pfcopw to jigv I *W-,I*'1*
rMIOWrTEll AND JOBBER OP



Iron, Nails, Axee, Shovels, Saw Mill aLd reteamboat u~i-pntes. C' *x.
and Hessing Stoves, Paint. 01ls and Window iasn.
Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing GoodK.
Guas, Plitols and F!shint Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, R.-ver- OsIa.:
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, LafUn & Rar.J
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalhmilne, Iron Kiag and Hock'- t. v-.
and Ranges, Wmi. Coupe & Co.'s Baw Hide Laoe Leasher, MaUary's Ready
Made ~illroad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


DR. MOFFET'S Anyslritti, Aids Digestka
T Eit A egulat.s the Bowe.l
L I NI Makes Teething F&q
.(Teething Powders) TEETHINA Relieves the R. -.
low. AS pS 16 t ATroubl sof (hildrinm
Cs -r costs mly 25 cats at CJ MO T ANSY At.
Or mall 125.feftm toC. J. MOFFITT, m. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.


F. C.ItEIRN .
P e id s I.


W31.it IINs'%~.


I 515'l4. 1-. .~.'- S


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


I2X1
WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. H
D


ILOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. K. HYER. Jit
). BRErNT,


Mii 4 D;io kiug light ul S.

C'OWe draw our own Blll of Exchange on Oreat Brit:'n. Is' .'
Germany. France. An4trna, Italy, Holland. Hpain. Belgium, i ar,:, N
way, Sweden, Denmark and other Enropeau coantrler.
W"Vessels Diasbared upon the Moes Favorable Tarm.i. and rt. .r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of DeetiaMtlon Ten or Fifteen tL 7e
after Vessel Arriveo toere.
WSafSety Deposit Boxze for Rent in Co-, section
with which we have s Private Apartament for the Use
of Reuters.


'- lt1 if atn adnd Nlmp*rt fr the

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still
CEO & tto np m tmt am AmaWad h tib a t )m

MOBILE, ALA.
m


THE ORIGINAL--


I T. LOLIs


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDA, Sole Wholesaler.

1130 i311E3. DRINDIES IllE,. IIPORTED 11AD i,
Pal Jones ani Echo Srius Celebratd !:.
IRT I BOTTLE OF CELERY TONIC.
PHONE 1S4. : : : : P. O itpx .',**
JUG & FAMILY TRADE ZSOLICITE9
Free Delivery to Any Part of the '.ty.
W Ail ordrt l-.ft at ThTe Offeo., Vidal a lmith, wi. t- *'- '-
atteadled to.


LLI TOR


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers


5'/ '5
Q~LI


arrow, which, with the spear. Is their
only weapon. though the boys before
they are strong enough to draw the tItEW N t
bo)w oftmn use a sling made from a NEITlHEK tbecaptain,owners
strip of mwhide. with which they kill nor conmitneem of the Port bk I
Emella Elvera will be respon-
squirrels and small birds. The bows ble for debts ontracted by
are about five fett long. made of a theorewotsaid vestal.
ArNTONN GONCAHX@,
thin, tough strip of euhoon palm. well Basrs, Dunwody & C'o., Csaptain.
. seasoned. The arrows are usually car- (onnitpse. *At
ried in a tigtr skin quiver and can be
used with marvelous rapidity, as the NICOLA CA98A,
following incident will show: IC L AS
A chief of the Lacoodones of my ac- RESTAURANT.---OYWrM S. I
quaintance named C('anek had been on
litd terms with his father-nd-law for Frit. Caies VeptaI, r
some time. One time. One m(orullg wh!lr hunt- FnI lls d Vej p,
Ing in the bush be espied the old nimah Cigar'. and Tobacco at Low Pricep.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900.


A NOODB BR AKR. I IID MillioUs OwGe Away.
--B Mor It is certainly gratifying to the
Sfe.1 at M- m or n ingcout MAT M public to know of one concern in
o eo A D AT ARAthe land who are not afraid to be
ARX[VZD AT QUARANTIIcE. generous to the needy and suffering.
There ere only four cases before Span s Frante. Arribi. Cientue- The proprto the need of y and r. Kingffers ewg.
Mayor Billia-d in the police court gos, toGulfTr~anit Co The proprietors of Dr. King's New
eer ship August, 1411, Jaburg. Bordeaux, Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
th morning, of which one was con- tooder and Colds, have given away over
Ciao" and one discharged. The Nor alp Prthena, lvyi. (romberg, Green- r have gie away over
aockd.toTor ttroton million trial bottles of this great
floes amounted to $15. Norbk Einer Tbambarskelver, o9.|Hihllie- medicine; and have the satisfac-
This is the smallest Monday morn- seRu Aerp to oer Dombe, Bar- tion of knowing it has absolutely
ingoonrton record. Up to undav bado, to Bait. Dunwody& to cured thousands of hopeless ca-es.
ng rt on record. p to n Am schoner Kebnoca I. Moulton. 5-', Asthma. Bronchitis, Hoarseness
morning at 9 o'clock only one arrest Cook,Triuidno, t) order and all diseases of the Throat. Chest
hadlbeen rade. The other twowere Havana,tott1o. Merrtt& o Erkin* and Lungs are surtly cured by it.,
made on Sunday. and the fourth wa- Call on w. A. D'Alemberte, Drug-i
continued from Friday. makingmonly ARRvrFI. gistss. and get a free trial bottle.:
three arrests in two nights and two :r -cbh i'oon:ce,4 t. o.t.-tr,('ia. men Brac, Regular size WOc. and $1. Every
daye. to order bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.


WHEN I TRAVELING
Whether on pletstre bent or busi-
ness, take onr every trip a bottle -of
Syrup of Fi t, as it acts moast pl.-a.-
antly and l '-ctu'ally or4 the k iney".
liver, and boweli-. preventing fevers,
headache-s ai:d ,o:iir for'ij- of( sick-
ness.. For -;t+1- 11m 7', ce-nt btti-es th
all leading: by the Cal:fo,rnia F'le Syru) C,.
only.
A v, ritabl):e '*e-t of .-cal t.ia
for eri ;n 1d bhoy, n \Vi: :- -.
ST. MICH Cel,'l (Hu cit'.
A Magn.ti -'nt New .l'ar andl a N. v
Pipe Organ Amoig the liii5r. ) -
men iia.
Palm Sunday service- at a -
chael'- CCatholi c-.hnr ., ye-tr .:.
were conducted b! fore a 1 1a':. I'i' '.t
new altar, preztit d ti to ,
by Mr. F. C. Brent a- a iii :1' :'n i :
his deceased broth, r. 'I'- !'i -
one of the hand-oum--t i:n ay -
*rn church. It i- '/-4 f-e:t hi.ti-: ,:, < .
feet wide and i- wl.ite ''nla i'-l'i .:. ,:
trim lled 1i .in id. t-.- t,.tl 3'. V t'
which ni.u-t t1- tU to l ';'--
ciated.
Mr.. Martin I. AS llivan ia- :l-,.
presented t! t c'uro!li w riA :I; --
gant new '.:pTe .r.man., wihCl! wli;
oona be pila e-d in Ipc-itiion T'!, <.
will alo ,be con-i-dltrable wo.rk in rpnov; iin.. tani.tig ;,t d ui co-t-
rating th,- church.

If *rouhbled with rhliumatiim. ivi-
Chambeilia i's Pain Halmn a triai. It
will not c-t you a cent if it does not
good. One application will iti ive
the pain. Ita!tecnre a ,praiit.s a:nd
bruises in oni-tl-ird tha tiint r -
quired by ai.y other tr'eatneiit.
1Unto. blnrls. fo-tl-ita. quii ill-y,
pains in the -id- atid che-t. g-la t.dF-
ar and other 'w -llings are quickly
cured by ap'pyinr it. Eve-ry hottl.-
warranted. Price. -.3 and 5.-' t-.
For sale by Hanntih Hros. atnd a.i
Iu*tdicinc f <;l'l.i r-.
Nobby Sprinj g Su '- for y.utz ) 2 '
at W!:t; -.
HElllt '., V-0 t ( HtA. 't'.
Iron, Woven Wire ar: (i 'ratu:> ;..
-'en-i'; Ifor A. I urp,-e .
J am agent fr the l. :r*--t ti. F *,
facturer-. in the world ttf evL'y'r: i:.
in the way of plain :and o; ;,ae:: .:..l
iron eand wire fe-:..cil-', 't .1-, .1 .
etc. There is !iott.il; ii t'.. i-. i
that I cannot ;upptly an i it !lt:e'1 :I-
facturers' pri"e-. +r-cted inF dir :.
and workinanlike manner a;' a:
-uch low price- that itl will :-
tonished. 1 '-i-pily a!.yt.:in,, frt n.
a plain wire farmi li-ice ti, 1t1.
nOostexpellt-iveOrIialiellit-i C iat t '


Bra-A Evorinazhaa. Niewlove. !Londton
IT k Coanatu. Pautrvutde. -Nap.--
Nor bU E,.-ier. M areu ~-%n. Hiamburg
Br sa Fruirrti. Penu'iil. Havania
Nor atip ratriarc'a. Salversen. L'Tb.-ck
Hr ss Arlington. Knowles, (,iei.-it
bkt' 6h(uiit. Lar!,eni. Iteeario

P !'k 1Ii i C 'r~lt cV. La'ieo .' o, hy 'W
L N% .ttIc.1 a 4 -ft (.':F&. with eI).fco ft
h-u-n [ a,;'. ;2ft -Awn tmimber. %'alu*d
A III F ) t '; te!'.k. C-7,7. .link. by
.1 u.. r'l t a '!,,'r i'ta1a,_cuIpiice, w ii~




Wr SA 'a1 IA kw



'Z. P t P S. 1)u n ii wriiv


r~ ~ -~ -~ -r


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FINE POULTRY.


At C. Corner'a Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell eggs f.,r sct-
ting from the following bree-ds of
chickens: Dark Brahmas, Partridge;
Cochins, Light Brahmas, White!
Cochins, Plymouth Rocks, Brown
Leghorns, Wyndot's. My fowls are,
from the very best strains to be!
found, and I invite th- public to call
m'ntd ee y poultry yard-about 7,4)1
line fowl- on hand. 'ettin:-' of 13
e :,s for $1.50. LotI'I Coil.INS,
7a tf Manager.
What you pay for Clothing is not
half so important ai what you get.
hit y' I' I rd.
If' y" I)ollarn leward.


i A' Those parties guilty of breaking
'* I :,.:.. '" -, .:ai, itoto t ufr ran- i to, St ',al buildings Nos. 1. 40 and
.-i Snotiln-+i that the reward of $5>0otfer. d
h::- feor thl: ar"-est and conviction oat alny
N,, : Ilit'r.ti'hu :. ;,, :-alvtr.t :i. clii f or onei for Il rl'-akiitlg into a school build-
'I.'. '* itn: or -!- .(a buildlug out-he u-t .
-t.il i.; i- ,oud. 1
I An'.l .- .' . "-. Bar tto. V 1. it- N. B. O K.
Nto' II..,' --e.. . .. :...*., t,> H tI: .V r G:nl* S i perinte In el.t.
N r I< ,:,. ; i ;. t ,rI r.
It 1Iu. u.. ..., :. L. ,..ta, .l Ir NOIIC mT 'roCONII1ACTOit.
aE'. nl I. %.'r.r. 777, Guncct:i-. to l oalved. by the members of the
I'taars. n. ,l~n % ,v a
.No.r intisa. '*-,. .-,:'. to Gulf Naval Lahirer's Protective Ucion No.
stre-( C" '. r.- Si,, ,of Pensacola. in regular meet-
It LI ta F. It,. 'i--.. 'K.-.vr ,in that the following announce-
Nor l.,u:.e.-: >5. ;..r,:ct-,n. to penlacola ment be made tor the benefit of the
l.u'miil>r )public:
ou, Lu:.. z7.-. Jinson. tiW S K-yser & On and after the 10:h day of May
Nor Ma-rzopie)-e li ;. John:son, to Baars, the scale of wages shall be as fol-
1)UitliAod t'L C lows:
Nor No',I -4Pi Mkke 4, to Pensacola Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
Lit m ber C.t
'ui >-iFlii). 7: .ottiiauli sen, to Pensacola Cotlmoni labor. $1 50 per da*v.
I.unmt.r tL o EDWAID C. WILLIIAMS,
N4r P,.rf-ct. -:. Lar-.en ell for Gtoode a7-lwC Secretary.
I t .st-;nI *c .i.t>i.zz,)., o Ro-a..co ros a-w Secretary.
Nor =1a11 iJd hI.tl .uU ,to i. at trson. Down-
Co.' ? anio MX. p-t.r-.n.to.,rir There will be a regular
Am V,-dan ;. 77, Ecker, to E E aun- meeting of Mt. Horeb R.
dter- & co A. Chapter on Monday
,, r ly, 47:. M:.-. i rdr evening. 9th inst., ati7:30
;. V:t.i. i nru lock.
'-.! U ,, }:a- kW.E. AN1)ERos.
Ani 1 l-ir'.c..' re Adieb r. r.7. Lank. eld for secretary .
'.1 .: t ,!..; .s e r et.y .
,, il i- t A I Vt ,''. . "'. Hi'<11i. t ;m. a r T tt'r
.re ti, *.litii \.,' ii, to no rt -r How (' 11 we afford to sell such
jr .; .., .. i'i:.. ,,:. "i-. .tetliag., to .at hil igh eraido Clothing at such lose
!.r ,. :. I: ,-:t-. c:d for prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
N',,- ,, ple; ours is a modern store, con-
'-trtleted strictly on rproire-sive
_!_.LLA AN!;. .r'. l 2: <-a ; plat,. OurClothirig iQ sold on the:
S', ,.1T. smallest margin of profit, depending
S' .n a large volume of business. The
I-+.. .'-.* .,: .,. *. Br* . : *i. ,:: more Clothing we ellI the greater
S:-:. .''t r.ja. our purcha-iing power, the lower
:,.x ,:,, i r i ,- our pries ; that's t:.estory in a nut
I. t t'+l;i+. Ni r... '-F. .,.hI. -:, t :.:,:,t v 11h -1. W white

i:a'. N .-. .--..'.- ,-. ":*r,, MIILINERY NEWS.
1' .:. V\i ii mv. l'. ,. A ;:11.. ai :!1 d- Kiot- M>Irts. 1 Coihen is Offt-ring as Sprcial
*.-'.*r. i *.b o I leaders FIr This W'eek.
I v *.it':,,;. 'ir. ." , a. ,
' i ': : i; .* r.. .\'itw,.rp sM,.! .i:c 4 Spray Eu cllil Roet bud floliaiz.e.
./.'.:t: t; -, .l ; -" I l ', .. I .2 1 ., ,,*


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r


Sxrin NeUd 5lffl lecti De in


Wash Silks and Organdies.

t Greate-t Choice or the Most Celebrat-.,l :xA:.: t..1 -r


: Ladies' Shirt Waists:;
Alk> a Great Variety

Ladies' Skirts and Taio .' Suits

J .IT RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
A As I'wul N\V- L, I I: n tvlI l P'iP ,-. 1- M. .
Hl ti ,-. tt e I .:-; 1i M l iinpr, wll -, -. :.- ,.
eptltu ti,,n :,- :gii I'rn-to-DIta e Arti-t. V :
'"rowdI l. (ive yoir O)rders Ei:v :i
YoU'R EASTER HATS.


SOur Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Recommendatlo -i. Mf.r.. Women
Sand Children are More than Convinced that they
. wet the Most Fashionable and Durahl, Shoes- at th.,
e lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'S
6 riTORE .....


Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,
Men's Underwear,


t--Boys' and Children's


3


Suits =*


At Re-di,'uliou:!lv Low Pi ict -.


MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
'WE ARE INVINCTHLES IN LOW 'I iE A'.

W Inpvite the PlPl)li' to Lolok Into i ;, r S[.) .-w ;.\V -
d -ws for Prieos. Pl-t';"v ot (i).Good. :i ,,f (' -rk t,
Wait on You'
YOUR)'[ ANXIOI S TO PLEASE,

Cohen, Friedman & CD'S
RACKET STORE.
Mail ()rdt-r Attended. to Pr :: ..


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fence": c; Stl. g lor tsower-, t: A'-- ; .,I .:. i .1 "lar-.-'l.' J,.n _i only 20 ce its.
A" ci. :,:'.) 8I v F'lo.In ty Pa tern Hat fifpartment
!cent witi.ld -.. witialw :unar i _. ;.. -:,Ol - 1 .; a .-a-t j .
hitchngr.k .weather ;, -.w .. N .: d I..... ; Y-..u will find -omine cxtra rood v:,-' -
wire poultry .1a:!d feniclrin.. Spi.t,.- '..''. 'i. .r. . :h les. W e are king ro in ti
will not peri t o tt to enu ier 'e n. :. ; : i eprtment f,,r ttei arrival of our' '
ine stles I sell. Itut vou can s' ro. Iv I i. ew Ea-ter novelties -
Illustrated catalogues and get e-ti- "r:'.' i'e. Itn an In 7' T!mo n D m 7 et
maltes b ::lainatW.J r .i: V id.L.. V7ts.. M -ti -(.!a a In My Ts.minied Hat DI)epartnment
mates by tpplyine at WD). Joiinison : o it. :- ..... ,. i.., : *,..p" ashore
& Son's hardware departmieot Nov. P eir al'trr: ,.l You canl hily a nice trimmed Chic
.alm A. J. WAUIKIINS. r. or.- ..tt .Hat for $1.25. $1 0 and $1.75, in Leg-
Mairch t. l horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
J)ag''i. f l he Glip. KI-nt*gertn. N.or. r. -iil t;u'ksta't March 7 Go to 1Mrs. L. Coahen's.
.Johan I rg.'n-.. N'1rr. s; I 'C i aitiatn-tni(l Nov 10
The gre.te--t d ngp-r from La jotbanl". Nir. -t.i "!on-aburg Jerc r
'trippe is of its resulting in ;.eu- M"tr.hargara,:' tIwed. st Cape 'laown
ocits. If reasonable care is used, MichICle I. It. ld 4iTnoat March 2.4
however. and Chamberlain's Cougl .Marcel:, It.lId Hayitburg.Nov x
medy taken, all danger will be Meluont o .ln ,id. '1arseun.n-..Marh 24
avoided Among the tenst of thous- ia. Rnu,. sid La Ii'e ii.et .
and8 who have used thi- remedy for Pioneer.e'r.Ili .ast London March 11
la grippe, we have yet to learn of a rof-ssor Johnso*n. Nor, la,. siad Bristol
a;gle easoe having resulted in pneu- Rachel.le P. It, .%ldaid MSareill.en Feb h-7
monia. which shows conclusively KheFt. Ilmn. 44s. at Habia Jan >t
that thib remedy is a certain preven- ~"l It. %; at I&a Pla. Nov is
tive of that dangerous disease. It Virginia. it.sild IMadi-ira. Feb -N
will cure la grippe in les% time than, C.RO S. l
any other treatment. It is pleasant CONGRESSIONAL CONVNTIrON W
and ,afe to take. For sale by Han- --
nabh Iros. and all medicine dealers. For the First Congre.fetonal Distrlct.
Call for a democratic (-invntir.n of thje
If you wnt the best Preserves and rstcongriona di.. of ie ta oW e have Received Our
Pickles., ak for Williams Bros. lhFtri., to t hd at 'Tallhas'ee. Florida, W e have Received Our
W* dw D ay. ay :lv *th. A. 1). IWO. I
Charboniece BBratd. sold at whole- Th democrat c party of th. first congre..
sale by Krueger & Kugelman. idonal district of thb ,tDte s ot Florida. will O
hold a congro-slonal convention at TallD-- Ja La ie ,
has;r's on Wedne.sday, May ;ithl at 12
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists o'clock noon. for the purp .,e of nominating *Fg
is one of our specialties. Star Laun- a candidate foir conigre., from aid distr'et F rniSis Sh
to the tifty-s9 v.nrbh c.ionar-s of the U'nlted
dry. Statet.. to lbe vot--d for at th,. nCixt elt -t,tI t.
NAV S l.^ MAMKKT. an( i to trioinaat tu'h eot ier buimc-ls 5 nlloy
NAVAL STUiM. MAlKMET. COrt" btfi-r sa CojlVt-a:n. 25 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal-' 20 Dozen Ladies
Thedf df-rent counties it t'.e district will briggan Undershirtsatcentseach L,1 red, or
i1ep ted Datly Aw The News by send dlegtitoe Ct-cn tin upon th br rhrtt cnteach; hread, our
Aollo. ,ng tiaio rat ro'preteatattion: Oneodel- Drawers to match. $2.75 doz<-n.
01.magA. m' date for o ,ch ,I'.nea ast for-t th card- 30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozpn Men's F
ww ..-o.... ....n for congremf.tn hld in ii~n;. and one Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirtsi, our
S... .. ... ....... additional voti fr hr fraction in *xci m each; Drawers to match. all sizes.-
WU ... ................ -- G I ", tlirfof .!....B -t Iuuit a so rfte" or urf ,r
S..................... ........... ......... itnmm:tt e ha- ial alltomed additional 30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fancy
-.... .....-- 2 D .... -...... I : r-I)rtutntin wh.-re. tie vote for con- brigzan or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated Bosom S.i
.. ...... . ........... ....r"sli l a wa ji r-iii--. ett th)- "!eEo ctioll (4a)f ; B s all -iSes
S......... ........ Ik *.. in azye c-unt. 'T'hec OiCuntie ui u t. r y,at 4.5 cents each; Drawers to all -izes.
*nzaneTUaraTit-- oent. titi rule wil beent:tled to representatiou tatch. We carry the lar


J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
ment of Solid Sterling Silver anid
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spoon
Get a new Hat from onr splendid
stock of new styles: prices iow a:
White's.
Brare Men Fall
Victims stomach. liver and k :d-
ney troubles as well as women. andl
all feel the results in loss of appe-
tite, poisons ii the blood, backache..
nervousness, headache and tired.
listless, run-down feeling. But
there's no need to feel like that.
Listen to J. W. Gardner. Idavill.-.
Ind. He say-: *"Electric Bitters
are ju-t the thing for a man when
he is all run down and don't care
whether he lives or dies. It did
more to give me new strength and
good appetite thau anything I could
take. I can now eat anything and
have a new lease on life." Only
60 cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's


Caltoun .C .t;ru :
lDesoto .... E-tmbia 1
r'ruklin l (.lden
ie-rnasitlo "l i6!1-borough li 4
Holiuit .I ,it" on 1
,I-ferson l.aaywtk -
L-fer: I. Fihrty
Mlanate-.- 3 .M i'ire 4
I-asco 4 'olk. k
-nitta 'It,..a 7 la' lor -
WarutLa n 7 Wat o 1
The cotir'ti.f v::! ''-.-eC t 'ih ir deleate--, iti
any niai.n.-r wh : 1 iisv I" toiiiderld Ihe-.t
!yv thl.. pt-o!ie :,ic il *i .r u ilg thti-. party tor-
.' llz titttio i o .'t-il7t->1 Ity I t ': a.t Con -
grte-.-ional conim -: i-.i. Ali Ot-inocrats art
iaitetedi to parti-;p.: i' ni t ;.- 'election of
IdehlegateS thhet'C.. imilIudilm tuose who
hliivse Ifc oCIr quaitil; d to 'ute since lut'
!;ist et'ct.o".'
I Le chtairro'i: Ir:d secretaryrof each cun-
;y c'iventltou hedl for th- tpurpo-e of selvet -
iiig delegates to thb .r.-t ctlngrest .ional con-
ventlon are r-qu-ested to Fs.ad to W. B.
ienderson. chte:.rmin. Tampa. I'lorida. a
written or printed copy o( tbh proce.dinas
of such county coniven, tions, together with
a list of the naqnifa of the coueity executive
cotmittte', iu stihch -hould tal designat-d
the chairman ana secrta-ry or such com-
nilt ee. W. B HEN.laRSON.
lI.'iL. t.. WALL.. chairman.


W. B. WRIGHT COflPANY,
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pring Line of Up-to-Date'

, Misses' and Gents'

es and Slippers.

Splevels- Vpst-, : )-inch Solid adu Whi:to Duck,
price 25c each or tour *prir f....................... lo0
1 Yard-\Wiile Sea I-lai:d Cotton
Fancy Silk Front at ............................ 5c
price *")o. each: I Yurd-Wide Fitc.nvill iBleach-
e.'1, tinide by I.,nidale Co).,
and W hite Silk while it la ts................ 7i.,c
rts, our price $1 n1; Piec t-- Late-t Calico at...... 4c
e lit i ne of MnIf 1-C' '.!bn'- Ginghamn,
* hi *- in th, V it ,. r t -d ....... .......... o


1k) .J. .r T y- rll t tuS rL v.- a'-. v l r n I. ... *, e k Lf irls .ti n L n ttLe -i
Balbriggan Undershirts at 50 cents; at the Lowest Prices. J"l-t r-ceived a full line of Skirts
Drawers to match. ,38-inch Spring Percalr our and "'.:rt, Waiats; our prices are th"
100 Dozen Ladio-s' Sleevele-s Vpe t-i price ................ .......... l l.
at old price, 6 for 25 cents, or 45c 3.-inch Very Sheer White Lawn, Para=,,. l- 1 ;iIlla- at S,. 75.
doz-n: embroidered neck. our pric-e..................... b'c $1.- antrd $1 25.
175 Dozen Ladies' Misses' and 27-inch Ch(eck Naiu3ouk, our Ltad(ies Irr:,l- c'; rt Pir:i ols in
Childrenn' Sleev-,ees Vests, with price .......................... late-t --hadees at I 7.7 anid .i2.i .
Tare Neck. "3 for 25c or 95c dozen. ':,o-ich W! i;- and Cont,-l All the latet-t 4tylo- in L adi-' and
25 Dozen Ladie-' Sil evele s Vet-, Pioue. our prier................ 10c 'hildr n's Str-w Hat- atd Sailor-;
with silk 'lape Neck, 2 fur 25c or '"n inch Whit l ( $1.35 dozen. I Vr.ie ...... ......... ... 15c at .. 15 and 2 IC. pir yar'l.
I Irc ILI... ....................... F1v5 at 12 I a d ';)u ,. r


Remember the Place,


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COHEN F iEDMAN & CO' S'



* RACKET STORE. *


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peanut, coeroanut, potp ceorn a. i '
nut.
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