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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 10. 1900.


VCL. 30.


NO. 57.


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


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I ', -aLt., ck and a deadly

-wrji ttrmiaXii the viclnitv (of
i-l~aate. The Hatero have ftpr-
tL-viclinity 41f Wesalel's Neck
.ie Itulated he6avy guns. it
.tdt'1l.- that H ull. r hias engaged
*w-, thowuwaand BHoer,'are znarchiz'g
,A 7441Spriungfontein Gen. (;at&-
tw- btpe A Britisah divi-0ion ia
811. thildier and IA battle is. am-

11- t ho Bi't-'tfont'i n c' 'rr"-a
utt- arop-ta tpermlittedl to rend
anyitliiinz peotrautiti to) i lt-
t iieflt of Briti-Ah troop!. the
Al -uppuceition hore iAt that Lord
rt- a e'e-ndiniior int!force'.;t4) cut
H-er- whotn1 theyv attetilIpted
V pIjuilthIward.
r- ret4)rte-41 1. at tie It icr= will
*.re-tAk#- and d#-.-trqoiv the briadgr
--Orange- rive-r. 'l'lev practi-
..za i to ild tU. ,frt.e-- -taite- tipthe
t rd arnd are greatly eratipurag, d
.It de-vellopme~nt..
Kilta-aul Milwatike- have
-A a, uth -I ti 11tid of St. H elena
11 '.r ;4raoiner-.. There ar+e four
--f ~fIii tle-i aboard it,,+ M al-


apt Aniz-or ar' toi dizv -ia- ~
A* fill thiAt t eat4z=lw-
t:. iliiiet' 41 f tilt twi) C44tilt-


keti ltk) KtLepa uliliacin
: April ti -'ti. repu -
i t' tt- -ci eive 4inli iutt'.- will
Ii t to arrange plali- for tl,.-
: i K-ntiucky and -et tihe d:it-,
c.'Ivle titlon. which. it i,
t. will be May It; The* cn,-
S:i will *-n(doltrs tte cne of.- ,f
I .vlor and take a -tanid for thei
1 f the Ooetbie election law
*: -. Mc'ni -r. railroad law. Tlhi-
:ile*y ailuiinis-tration will he.
..iv endorsed. It will al-o de--
*- for expansion. for the gold
. .ri and anprove- the attitude-
*-. -ilnt McKinley toni the P-rto,

liaas"trbus t'rilket Gamile
oi,,N. April li.-A Sydney
u1 vMay that a iprty of Sam-
*-n route to the Paris expopi-
ve- arrived there and report
Sit before they left. In a cri:-ket
at Savwail, there wa-, a fignt
wi :.g or.(t* f the umpire's ducits-
and that ten ien were killed
I* ground was covered with

( o,,. April li.-The Post 4 ays
*-,.ssman Boutelle is still nII the
..riuin at Wave-rly and that hii-
ia not mending in any niani-t
!'. ree. The fact beconies daily
:i.anife-t that ihe will never
to.. able to re- etiter putllic life.

'r,iit Wind.. To-Nimhts.,
.'-r (Observer W\'rni&d r.-
: *i- tollw.i'nri aadvl-ory i. i --
.f:* moon -Stroun u ltntt 1.
Si- -outherly w*ind- to-til .
-':iftit.: to colil-r i r, tl -
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MAY SEIZE FOOKIEN.
I Ii i.h IU Mli nrlneral-( hln .-'


ni u~ih-birv n)~l,-.l%%-% trar thi
of .lapdv n.u ,'tai:?a
qU"'-..11'U o ')f Jjatux .' !'la: t11iz ga t ith :
,xi l4oikitii ;tr. vitic.. in --nuh-.r China

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11i p. 1 1 te4 1 a '. -1':it, 1*the ) leI'-t II -- Ii t I) L-.




L, rich in -iilv--r. ir, ii. 1.'..d anet c.e al. 1'.

flrsi w~tcnripd. t-4 to.- 1) 1 ~v~dlv fltil ':1
.n''.ss.'n. 1%%v '-ri14Fo 00 ,INVl .i1idK iii -
'<&V',ij~i**. ~~.~ rIt'. I1 AVA"iraa

1,v touer 'of rh~ .r'- .x ...r
r,1 theIit-in~t pr. Llint !.i's p 'r 1r
1! 1% i-'ej iz-, anti1,r' atal .v
Tia, vtire V'-Ug Iau cI .' ,, -! :i:.*r tilt r T-
,'I. i* -:.:,'r .. Pe sh. h f PI'11g.
:j~ -xi-.!Pr trinri2 al.t/a, I th.TIP- 'r"t
*.11111Z a1un u nI'h aring XY1it-or tre-a

CHICAGO CARS ARE RUNNING
\evw lieu inve Izelowixi c1tti! %tirke"4
at the l'uco.-r iHiowe.
Ci ji 4*Ap',1 H4.-Th.. ',trevt car.4
havo- !w-ni ii a ad ly dllt'eliw ru~lLvd condi-
tion -un.ethe- itrike oif the power honas'
men. 'out are. nw being operated, b)th
the cable on Stat' aand Waboah avenue.
and the Cr' .'et' own el~t"ric lined arm run.-
ning tho- un.ml numix-rs (of trains and on
nearl -ir ihe-dule time. New men haveq
boon jono'ur'd to) fill the pIs woof the
-rikerit and thiei- who ap lied for their
oAd pogituiii. were roefiu~
Tb e new ruleat re-.uinng the mein to
wtrk 12 h-ours hav#, been pnxned in the
power hou-*-?, which are under iW*
flrflwti.4I and ii., furthe-r trouble jit
Iook...d for.

EGAN ELECTED PRESIDENT.
H" 1% 4 h-,'wu as %oiveeis'or to the Laite
It. IM. 4(osnrr.
A'.~i. Ari' 9.-At the ro-gular
quart..rlv fi-4z,,iip -f the &Central,.
M. Eza4 %rva .ilt i. p. ,d~t' t1a. .1 h
1110Ats Nt i. :M. I'tw' r.tand J. F.
lhia:1%4 u *f Mae-on n rawh- chairman .4 tbo.
blkard, a tnew ,f~..He is tt have
chnrgv" -if the- tinau'et" of th.e.izulsti4mno
R.-;A4hlt i 4Z?1 ro4 vt ftw#,r1Eadi. .Jt4N1 on
the *, t i i-th f M4-4nlde-nr (t 4ozsr.
Releaa'ted Irum iQaaaraaaatinom.
S .NFRAN' I- *,. April 4.-The t~runs-
poirt Sheridli an and trti-- Pa''itiv stvanier14
Bk~gnizuinKitit~e aai'l F). ri-' haov*e loetiro-
loea-;..i from 'Jquar:inti'i., The transport

1,i-yi fr 'iii thi,. Mare- -4,ttd ranavyv ard
it o he .% -r'iaill: "I.-d 1 iiT h- 1411ki r 1W kS


11 oti ll a lii ri'4l to I )Death.
",%',, r. <'.. April 9.-Mrs. John
J 2''.v turniuxl trash in the field near
hier h,. iiin tl this ,olitiy. whvn her dress
>,.auii it firu- atil l.r The-,- were- burned
.t 14t.',r,, help could r- ach her. She was.
p]ra.'ri.'4lv uli mI'i-ious wuhen her broth-
er, w i% l- a. !in th,- tfild. reached her.
leer Problem Soled.
C i.t eimH. S C Apnil 9.-The state
btar iloft dispenary directors have finally
St'l.l the ,--4,r quet.riou. After Jue 12
enly 1:1 towns in the sate will hawebeer
il.- .iusars Clumbia aud Chllsslion
willbhave t wo each and I other town
in" wa ':1.
ll.4 Mitlan 111[ill In I eate.
W an.Is.,r,,, A;.rnl 14 -At the open-
lng 'f toluay's se-.si )u of the senate the
biU" for tht government of Hawaii. as
paiss-lI by the hliuse-. was presented and
at the frelqucst .,f Mr (Nillom was or-
diled printed.
Mob liHuntling Negro.
ANor-.iot. S April 9.-Nancy
Taylyr. a ni.gr, woninilli. waiS assaulted
bv au unknown negro man near here
while returning to her home. Negroes
orga~,4ued a i->.-e and aro- still hunting
t.he 'riminal
.lblts Ordered to, Wert India.
Ki'iu-Tv'. .Jan;iiii:. April 9-News
tihas tlien receis',d here that the Brrttish
Nor'h Amiuenca and \-eat Indies squad-
r.n i- to be ilrna' ed by a battleship.
tw, .criuiters aud ..-v.l! tr 4rp-du hi -tem
Quay C(a e In Senute.
WAitmunu*%. April is -An ineffect-
ual attemmpt wa.- mad to lix a time for a
v..t. th. Quay ,'a .


w\lrkini Ni.;.ht and Itayi
.' ** bi-i,'-t ;nld lili htl- t little
. i:.: t t.:it av.r waa- i;-ide- i s Dr.
K N.w'- N ,w l.1if,,e ill-. l-very pill i-
I 2.ir-c.' 4:.->l ..l,,!,i ii ,f h.e altll, t '.c

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SUFFERINGS OF THE


BRITISH IN AFRICA

A Correspondent Graphically

Describes the Conditions.


MANY PERISH IN


THE TEXAS FLOOD

More Than 50 Lives Already

Reported Lost.


WATER AND FOOD SCARCE SITUATION MORE SERIOUS


1sold ie.r.. I-lzlit iFil.IH ort Un. I~der ro Il)4
e. I %is a .11141 11 1111 railitg 1%uml iVIthi-
va~ et 4or I )H it k IF'qir:,4 .-t E% er)
UthIi .:2,I-'litISI! I'. lit 4? lame 4 l-Irt.

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ty'-rly.. Johaun,,s',um:g, Hl. Hl:,taitindand
Natai are- only now. whijil, .cajij]tgiaiming.
a xiu:.xring the exl..rie-ntce if the arimyv
with its. incessant tratmnpng, the .eas1e-
.tss fog of dust whi -h hailgs about its
Ocanp. And to that raust be aided the
compulsory life in rhe sun-the sun at
its hottest and dryest hours, the absence
of shadow, the parching suction of the
inud. which in bed, chair and table.
It will be curious to live without a
water laottle- Jslug about one's shoulder.
Onre can scarcely remember the day
when water was not regarded with rev-
erence and jealous envy when it could
bw made to run elear, continuous and
unvalued by a turn of the finger. Here,
where one knows by tried limber the
weight of what one drinks, thought of
water flowing through pipes i*eins a
dream of paradise. And such water.
Water through which one could see.
which left no mud at the b ittoan of the
mnug and did not stain what it was spilt
ion. Why, thb waitbr we drink here is
,oft-n t4) thick even to filter. )One can-
un,,t pauip ait through a B-rkfvlt candle.
At Raindan this wa it big ponud-
what was left't of moisture in the- damn.
O.o bathed in it only unde-r the i-most
l)pre-s.ing oininpulsi uioi ch.anulineSS. The,
water wa, very shallow, but the miud
was black and de-ep. uOne sank to the
kne.s if he tried to walk. and so sat
gmnxtly half in mud and half in brown
syrup and thankedi (od for water. ()iOT
r bse from it. with the green leeches hang-
ing about his body like bits ,of sia weled
and with sprinkling of in-ects. Horses
,looked askiwvie at that pod,l but the men
drnik of it freely, and drank of it wire
threy .',uhld g:t it. The li hors-e hoofs hail.
clhiurned it lt, a gr,.oi liquid lik-e tur-
ti, *, 11p.
At 1; '-'lo k th '-llier has ,oi--n 1
hour' under flre' his last meal was a bi'.-
ci.t 1. hours t Nik, w hen he had fallen in
at ro clo kin the ioruing afte-riinarching
all ,lay lsiefore. But be is aware neither
o.f w-anrin,'s or hunger, in the fever of
hi- thirst. Th!e flush of his fac., -tained
tIm-ow n by tvhe sun, has a dry, twistdml
l.).k, like the parched temn of a sernh.
though all the maoasture has been wrung
fronm it. Oneu grows to know that ,look
,out her,-. His fingers never leave his
water bottl-,. nor his eyes the green
fringe of bush along the river. Another
hoor and the guns cease firing: a ntew
fight begins far away to) the right. The
sun is going down and he can soe noth.
ing to the left of him but a hot gold
glare of dus.t. then out of it a man leaps
and makes a dash toward the river.
Thvre is a sharp ring of an order lost
anT a quick stammer of additional shots.
the tman awing around and pitches for-
ward on his bwxk.
The battle grows louder on the right.
the HowitzetAr battery has come into ac-
tion. browuish puffsof lyddite are burst-
iug along the kopje. But the man lying
in the scrub Ixys no heed to it. Hisarms
are spread out flat. his fingers dug into
the snnd. He is pulling himself slowly
forward, his .eves glaring ahead through
the scrub. When a bullet strikes near
him he st,,ps a moment, but goes on
again.
So in half an hour he covers a out .-01
vards. He can S4e the cool hbillow of
the. river, but there ii only brown gra.*
along its banks and hisu only chance lies
in a dash. He Is on all fours for a spring
hut he gets no furthb-r. A rifle has bx1-n
f, ll,,wing the faint trail of du-t above
liiin and he sinks down in a liunmip with
a tullet thruihn the hoeatd.


NEGRO SHOOTS AN OFFICER.

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1,AY Iv lila I I t111) -our i~.r h -,aiI a-


Now spring NI Anhattai. s..:-;.at,


R~epourt, Will11 (re~Atly Atiagnivnt ihr
De~atli LM T.. he IProperty Eats-'Will


DEAT.xI-. X'.A:rf. I9. -IR..p it r,'.co-iv f!
dt Ij~ up T. no~ona ?raxn ri: .' '-iithe


1111 tit544.iim.4 y* hca -.' .. the '..
w lrn'4 rL i rivo .%t ht itiii, ro t at.-,


Mh .t Ileu I are in tf--Ill t& lt-rul~r; val
-iout -.if Ah ulA' t Hitx diiP~~r p


Iil! ;itra iat noon says th* river i.
still ri:.-iii aua indl naing many countryry'
district Tihe stream is now 4 fee.
higher than during the great lL-od ut
'l.tst vair.
Bast.rop is entirely Surrounded by wa-
ter and cut off. Thu property damage
is enormous. All the wires along the
Miwsouri. Kansas and Texas railroad
south of Temple are lost. Railroad
traffl in the southern half of the state
is practically abandoned and all outlets
to California are gone because of the big
washout on the western divisions of
the T-xas and Paoifc.
E. H. R. Greene, son of Hetty Greene
and president of the Tarpon club of the
ulf (ist. has received telegrams from
uckport of heavy damage to the clnb
property on St. Joseph land. A aum-
her of small vessels were wrecked and
ome hlives are believed tot have been lost.
The Trinity river at Dallas continue
to rise. The- stream is nearly a mild
wide here. Much property has been
lost in the valley. No lives reported lost
as vert.
LIat,'.r r-pm)rts from i.3strop.Fayetteand
Wharton counties, on the Coloradi river,
art- that the full force of the flood is just
being f,.lt. The waters are rising so rap-
idly that the people are cotnl)'plled to de-
sert their homes with all possible Ispeed
to protect their liv.B.. Even this has not
s.tved sone. ft-, r -t come from Bai-M
trop tha\ 13 i pl, -*'v-e drownued rh rt,
during the niight. In Wharton and Fay-
eote counties the situation is even more
grave and it is expected that further re- i
p rts. froimi this section will uot only pilA
up aii itnnineins i)roperty lonQ. lbut thi
li't of iiturinxan life lost will be .welled
consi-ra'riixly.


TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
rake II.xative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
lru(gi-t-q refund the money if it fails to
mrrs. -:. W. Grove's signature ia on e tch
blox. -,'c.,
Our Men's Spring ('lothiin g is up-
to-date in every way. The .In1o.
White label wouldn't be on then if
they weren't. White'-.


CONFLICT
Labor I'ro.)il ,


OF AUTHORITY. BOERS DRIVEN FROM
4 'i r tate'v IwIste s .t'e rJ1 1F O


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Poc,1efi r -ate fo u~.ih'
ll .. K1:14 lt.. rwI'T yet 111) vn Up .4l~
Pi, n.it kii-ow'1wlwere 1wi. .A ,iaiul-r
:I "'uI'd I!,pury .'1i,-r-tT-; anr ill dutiY

allIi;["uI* -:1-.0"'i -n ~yt Ii. h i f'l

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a lalrh *- 'it:.-. ii~wui.4 VI-
I' ':'v ll'..Y'iar. '-I. il wh wa-In
.h~r ati~.L~v ii .iir.ha.'irvund.rethatl


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tkntr.k' th. l .A te it[ aIl ttenlalf.ez .

AGUINALDO IS IN MANILA.
Will' Dep~ ll 1-1itmeuit 114 SO Adth d111d3 St-
4.ret Se.r~ tee ()tiviajI.
WVA-.t~i\ToN. xpiril j.-In the mail
frzminlManitla whii.4i ia.~4 just arrived at
tilt war (1,jnIrrttuetat are twit4 Cot UhlhJi-
I~ktjt~5 '~re.tig %)lvt'itinthat A~gui-
nald,. is huihtg in that city. One of
thierw letters ~ is froan a Uuited Stat4a N-W
cret itrvioe official, who had found con-
clusive evidt'nve. that the Tagal leaderI
had beon in Manila sinco the rebel
armiets in Lu;&'u were di..perqed, and,
whio was satistiod that as, he had not eq-4
cap*ed by waiter he was probably still
cttcn'eIOledin, thP t4)Wni.
The other letter wiLs trom an army
offloer act~acbhed to headquarwr.e14,who
voiv*%d the PpiAuiont of all the higher mil-t
itary authoritiies that Agul nald. wakm c.r-
taiuly not in an of the outlying di.'--
trialt'A o the jisland1 -if Luzonf-rx.t4tr niri-
4-au trtiwps had tooi thi .roughly ,vterrun
theilt ittirt- c-.miirtiftr tlt- Wre0ivl chie-f tit
escapt. dtotitont~b.
AN ARMY OFFICER SUICIDES.


4 alotiahum 0!tiffiuin Take%. III-, tLie on


tla.'iIti Fir" xi 4jSiat-sam-Iill -V, NVILS-
fiuuinl 14''in has ro-ni iattlaOw Aixlitot

it bullet w.ii'ol inlhis ii ii4'.L:
happ aijmti--utly li un' a* Smatr-
layII till.it

(.,'' I rvui' t lav' :it T h.-,'I tite

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t. eu ~-i t mUx 4lit the '.;': t AMti-Ir it v I
II--v xw-- i I.- ta tct,.t f'..n' S, i ''c-

t.'!I..--,fai .Ifict-
N .tlai igr WAS left Matll-Ii.' r cix'1.4 tilxro)W
UIaV n' xtxwr *uts-'.


BIG SENSATION IN AUGUSTA. WILL IMPROVE THE TOWN.


Lxcavation Near cemeteryy Startlea the
People of the Town.
An't.-iA.Ga., April 9.-Foreman W.
H. Powell of the cemetery force has dis.-
covered a newly-made hole in thil pnunil
just on the outside of the wall. on Lin-
coln street. He went out to investigate
and found that some ,object had beeti dug
out of the ground, and had evidently
lew"n arrivedd off in a wagon,. as there
Wt., rh-" tracks made by wheels leading
up to th- hole.
It is gKenerully believed that some oine
dug up a pot of gold which was buried
th.i'er during the panicky years of the
civil war. What was buried there and
whoi dug it up in one of the mysteries
surrounding the Augusta cemetery.
Quarter Million Dollar FIre.
Nukw YOiK, April 9.-The Edward C.
Smith box factory was hurne.,l today.
The flames spread toi adjacent structures
and caused a loss stimat(d at $2.),()000.
The loss on tl box factory is about
1K)O.000. The Brooklyn ironwo rks, $50o,
000; Alexanide.r Colium (7'o., $,00X);
Church & Co.'s endaworks, $10(.it; t the
Brotklvyu oilworks,. '.:,i."m. l.ois s iin
vailius. small biuldings bring th r total
to about 2.50,000.
To Curtail Lunihber Output.
Tivrr Ga.. April I..-The G.-orgia
Sawmnill a..-ssoiation, repr.-tntiing iArn,
3, ywl,\w pin' nll plant= ill1 erri-gia.
South t.-arolina aind FloIria. hat-ve dlo
called by a praeri'idly uirinaniiou- vott.-
that on mind after Mny 10 all nill-. t.-
lo.nging t. thit asPoi.'ation w.iiirld I- run
on two -thirds timni. Th,. w,'l a1 .tfo-t
t!h-ou.i-ils'a d o t o- i nifivi aidl (ItCr'
1' 'ilt :r ,if t ,,. ill this stat,
u' arlY il.-ihlll.
An Honest Medicine for Ina (;Grilpo..
(Teo. WV. Waitt. of South (iG.rdiiner.
Me1.. ~ay-: "l have hadl the wir-t
ciitigh, cold c(hil s and grip and hitive
taken lots of traih ,of in) a'oiltuit but
profit t. ti vendor. (' tiheb rlain -
(.'oiuhi-!i lk-iit- y i-s tl e inl y t hi!:._:tta:
h o- ,iloit anyitv iood whal'ev.er I .ive
iiel ,o1- F`i eolent bottle and the chill-.
cold and 'it, lip have all lft it-. I
c,, iu rattil'te t the iiian;iuf nc' ',ire o.f ;it
iuL"ea t iiedicinii .' F'. r ,. i** by y 11 ii-
;I.il. Br-s. anid a l lin-ili,'.- i te- ale:-.
SEE ROSS & C('.
ABOI'T SCREENS.
'r,-,--:t'. Y,,iunw America Vi; -hri,-
f.'r Vy. iZt 11'en. the best ishoe i:n ti.-
w rid f, r tL. rice-. at VWhite'-.


I-i titn h .m Isses-1l~e Houls lForI' 5.ea 4e'rsffe


FOURTEEN STREAMS

Lydite and Shrapnell Silence

Enemy'" Guns.

HEAVY FIRE MAINTAINED

Holer IMatte %trqmn DIefen-ii of Iheir
I'o,.ll i In-.IpPr-ieheni. a-it IFor lirabast.
TI'raiiv.i.aler. Are tilll Actihe X.ear
UhII fmlnhf.trin.
L !',i ,. April '. A.vi',es from
Wirr,-i .Niv th-e l;i r-'h .,1. 1.4,4 F ,urteen
SIrra:zis. iwh. ii ii%- a,. 1.'la4,Ld by a foree
,4f B Ti'rs. This i.*r1:n1;: the .Kw-rs played
ll pI,-iti, I bi g i:an. whi i. they tired
ii .*fft.luially. A. tut.ilatl. ( M.iau ewrt
f,4ll.4w 'e at iuttrva:s thr,,ugh.ut thre
day.
Tin- triti-h lnr,,l.,1i lyvdhirte and shrap-
i-1l .ht lle s into4 the B.4-r p*s-itn,1.i.. finally
siluncing tIh, ea*txny's ti.-e- anddl ving
,off the. sniiters.
A displatch from MNseru ;ays the3
B wr.s, who were. nia.tw'l last week near
Ladybruand t4 the number of 10.000, after
seizing Thata N'Chu uaind the Modder
river waterwvorks, broke up Wato stnOg
divibions and are now raiding in Che
south of the Free State. reccvupyin the
small towns which were evacted by
the %*ritish. The BWr's policy seems to
be tv make raid movements, with little
transport, looting English farmers ad
storekeepers freely for provisioni ani
cutting the oommunicatioun of the Brit-
iah forced.
General Brabiuit's colonials are now
mostly at Weipener.
A squadrlnn of Brabant' bhorne cap-
tnred 400 rifles near Weipener. Hisvau-
pT)ts are rel-.rted to be in touch with
the RI-r.rs anti a tight is regarded as im-
minr nt.
rr.fiistent reports are being circulated
that the Bovmr an' pre.aring t., flank the
British position at WIapener and thus to)
'c'ure entrance into Bamt uilaud. Siuc
an at teipt will be reisried by the Banl-
tolaind tt ovrnment, which, it is b..liuvd.
has made quiet preparations.
The dispatch of the armies to Buaiuto-
land lpr,.tu.,--s much excitement among
the natives, nec-ssitating the utniot
vigi launce tOn the ptrt of the local officials.
The amazing activity of the Biwrs
*outha.t and siuthwet tf Bhla'mfon-
t.ii ('icotinu.es, the Boer coumitand
seelrningly ianming and going thrnughua
a wide region si they please. but taking
gKid care not to throw thenselve
agirtitist ttring1wldie.4"f the Bntish. Th.*
r-tire.iiin-int f the Irish rifles frnin Runo-
vilel to Aliwal laiv.'s thnieral Brabans
without ,oiuiumii'ation with the other
Britiu.h for.'-s. Ib. has 2,It,( or S.00)
coloni'ts hldiiig a tine ,left.u.ive coun-
try.
l'l.gri)aphi<- aid rail ',inuniunication
with liHiiainf, aiit-ini are kept up ast uuai.
Thlb albsniriv of news dish-arten4s the p -
ple and pr aging effet'r. The' last unuffical me-
"age- t-lls o'f the arrival >of animals and
twofrensh cavalry r.ginieinrn. LoArd Rob-
erts has now l.5,&h ) mmuntei.d men alto-


get lii r.
In the Orianig Free State the situation
is complex.


.'IIl. nti.,rin a e',triti.n wa ;tpr,.eintd ROBERTS IS DENOUNCED.


sigl.' byv a i.majority ,if rthl' fr-ihl,!,ers.
of th.. townli, prayinL g 'counii'l to oriler an
e.l*'-tion to a-s(ertain whether '.oupo
bonds to Ill- amount of $.'0,i le -hall be-
isu.,td. The Ii'nidrl d.-sired artm' 25.,00
for the building and x uiping of a sew-
er'ag syst-emi. $'2.100 for the improve-
mn-lit of the waterworks and $1 .IOJO for
the erection of a town hall.
Thie request was granted and an el.e-
tiou is stril'red on April 25.
Blue and G(ray at Shiloh.
MA 'TxIm.S, April 9.-Thoe soldiers' re.
union on the histori-c battlefield of Shi-
l ld, on Friday last, was of a very inter-
e-ting characte-r. Soldiers were there
whoi had fought under both the federal
and confederate flags and they met in
thei friendliest intercourse to tell of the.
stirring and tragic inciden-tits in which
lthiy had participated and wherein over
So.tt In'nu of the no,,rth and .oiuth had
fallen.
S')ifllculties give way tao dili-
gene'," iand di-ea.se ,germQ atri lti)ood
hlmor- di a.ppweir whei i iood's rSar-
saparilla is faithfully taken.
FACIAL MAS.1A GK.
WVrinkle acan be wiped ouit. Wrin-
k!e-- can be preve-nted. ('h-+k-c at
bt- plulilllneia lout. All this, and
mliore n t)' il e do- tan,, 111b ai. .. t'.
.Ladi( -. c ill on M i-- K- l-r ;it
1iiw,-r- A- Kru-e'- N Mi!lit.r or
l'u,--dl:a : ;aftF-r thi:t iite it :'; W e-st
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:! ,orouzly lLable, becauu-e tl.-r i-
-Die' t! in ii, i II t i t,t i iii t :;'
':..ll" :i sl .io ti, it' lan :t.t 1,0 I n m it-
w Il w ain a;irticl i ii "v I
Srl ,*l .:it -tor. yo! ., r,-Iv ,,
it- ,:', il~tv at all ti0 1--. \\'- k ,p
.;ly w:, ,; wA can recu.in.- ,ii allna
Wk t',h.;ie:id y whli,,it we- know
;- tru-'wrthy. iel lw'-" ;-1 you
:Lt.. i.-rit s of a purcha-- you ca
r-7 ,..- :t:e a-surance. W :'itt: s.


An Officer .everely.v ('rl'-I.e Hie
Method In South .Africa.
LrivNx-v. April .-The otflcer with
Ge-neral Bulle.r, who >,o scathingly de-
sc.ribed the disaster at Spion hop, con-
tinues his remarkable series with a de-
nunciation as bitter an ever fell upon a
general. This wee-k his article is e n-
tined to a general review of the strategy
or rather lack of strategy, which
ceded the relief of Ladysmith, and h
includes a terrible indictment a
the useless sacrifice of the Irtib bnde,
whose gallantry excited so much admi.
ration in England.
He states that British suceesesw ar
niore godal luck than gplod mainnagenwa
and refers to the plan of campaign a
tutpid, and their execution as worse.
Iled Hot From Tbe Gun
Waa the ball that hit 0. B. Mtead
ian of Newark, Mich., in the ('lvil
War. It caused horrible I'lcer
that no treatment helped for 2)
year;. Then Bicklen's Arnica
Salve curod him. Cures Cuts.
Bruise-. Burns, Bloils, F.'elois. Corns.
Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
earth. 25 etts. a box. ('ure gniaran-
t-ed. Sold by W. A. D'Ale-iberte.
l)ru.gi ts.

New -pring arrivals 111 Slik Nock-
wear, ait Whit-'-.


AT a Bargaitn tonI Eaey Teronois.
Sw--t it i- Fitrill. -itu Ied in the
I' .'i ,1 f.i-'urii vill:re- ,if A llen.
<' !iiy 4('.. i i -;1 s : lio cent' f,,r ,. '*7" i1--: the
('*r-**n )---m) t ari ir --t t;.** v ilu'l-
tou if -ail pro.;,i'. Pr 'p+t--.I to)
he (d-***'.t,- j to ('ttl,,I ll' liz.tlar find.
"For ;, *,'', uc' l ii ;;i,;iy to :ti'r- t.
WV .- lt i.\.. I F:.'.l 1; I\KL Y.

Wfe will soo.P re-eir'e a
jine lot of intentt window
(iwnin/ s, ui'tit for them.
.AfIrs.to/ li' Finch.

I)ou',l.iA Shoti S .it W t:i'.i- -

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no equal. For sale a;
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2 THE DAILY NE": PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


ECZEM.. ITCHING RHUMORS

Pflm s Cured by B. B. B.-Bottle
Free t? Sufferers
Does your Skin Itch and Burn.'
Diitre.sinig Eruption- on the Skin 'o
you feel ashamed to be een in com-
paby i Do -canb and Scales form on
the Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have you
Eczema? Skin. Sore and Cracked?
Raih form on the Skin? Prickling
Pain itn th- Sk;iin ',i!-? Pimpl-?
Bone Pains? Swollen Joint-'.' Falliner
Hair? All Win i Downt? Skin Pale?
Old Sore-? Eating bore-? Ulcers?
All th e*'are symptoms of Eczema
ind Imnpurities and Poi-ons in the
Blood. To cure to stave cured take
B. B. B. 1Botanic Iblood Balm
which trnkeP the blood pure and
rich. B. Bi B. will cau-e the sores
to heal. itchinir of ecz.-ma to stop
forever, the -kin to become cle;ir
mod the breath -weet. B li II. i.-
inot the remedy you havr be-en look-
iog for. lhorourhily tested for 3i
yearr. Our reader, are advised to
&ry B. B. B. For sale by druggists
&t I1 pe-r large btttles ,full treat-
ment $T5. Coulmplete directions with
each bottle. r?- sufferer inmAy test
it. Address BIO(il) B4L..M CO..
Atlanta. Ga. I),-.crbe your trouble
gand Free per-nial medical advice
Five.
-lephant awd Train.
A tisg and utly elephant which had
long been an otlject of pursuit to the
Sportsmen of the Straits Scitlenients
one day wandered on to their railway
line and tried co'(iniiiitis iii i thle en-
clue of a gool,-s itr.ii. !hir,-inL: it rte-
peatedly and k..pin tiup their s titet for
nearly an hotir. The entire \,as re-
frenwed in the hp1. tl,:t tLh. lr.:st wotl,]
allow tl- train t proci'ed, Iui:t as sqoon
as ther.- was i1ni. ait'lnipt to rcitew tlhe
journey the elpliaLit r''turndii to tlhe
'Dnoultet'r and r,-i:::l I ,s t.l,-tru' .ti\''
tact;<.. .. T d41: ., r i. :ifrai;d to
< Larig t!i<, rni;',. 1 .-t ths Itiai n should
be lihrotn ,off the r:i:l.. ;:idl the contv-st
night have ;:gin<' otn uiu'ih !linzer h:iad
Dot the .el -plh:it la k,'1 itto lthe en-
flae and. set'l:!i; it. fure feet firmly
between the rails. e;::,lavored to shove
the train backward with its hir., quar-
tit l.
The driver took ad.anrtage of the op-
portunity and put on stain. gradually
forcing I tile M:Ist off the line. In this
rIanteuer ,t'one o4f the w heels of the en-
is.e went over the lind l.( s of the
animal, whiclhi was oput out of its mis-
4" by the guard of a following passen-
ger train.-Science.

HRmers of the Law.
In a recent bankruptcy case. in
speaking of justices of the peace, they
are said to be "offtticers by no means in-
fallible. frequently innocent of law and
Actually sometimes known to construe
43e abbreviation attix designating their
ce 'J. P.' to mean 'judgment for
plantiff.'"
A federal court, In explaining that
the functions of a charge d'affaires
mwere not shown by tile literal transla-
tofn of the terms, illustrated by say-
Og. "To appoint a p-'rson chief builder
Ioold not le understood to invest him
with the ecclesiastical functions of tilhe
oatifez mnaxlnius."--Case and C(ui-
anent.
Efeertive Prr er.
A very IuI'e arid ;'in le euirate went
O0 a Yorkshire paris'h \%\ hire thle parish-
lo1ers brrcd horses and.l si,,-netins rac-
ed them. Ie I%'s :,i-Led to invite th1,
prayers of the vouigrcgation for Lu_-k
.Un days for l.,i. I. (;r:iy. itI th,. fourth
Lbe clerk toil( tih' cur-ate Le Lted ti.t
40 It any vtrore..
"'Wlvhy?:" el k,.] th' cu:at:,. "Is she
dead*'
"No," raid the clerk; "'-h.s won the
Steihlet !s;'."
Thlie curate l,"\'::'e ti' parish.
A Phil'd. Eil1 er--Yu r .;ii-ril r '!',,:nipkin'.?
Tes. I srnw hi:: .li\ iin :-it I'h.hil'lpil,.:i
the other d.av. I :-t.; i: t: cv ,'.-r. he op,
the dlep t pl.iifi,. I .u,.L ::.i"y iarnsi
out Of thie \\ ,udlew to ,.!':iLe li:iri .s wibii
qixm. and do y'tl lKinow before I could
get hold of his Ii:t'dl-
31gger-The lrai~n sta:;t>d,. ,i,?
"No, ny arm w, it to s-il',':"-Ty'pes.

In the nortlitwes't provin-'s of Indtlia
goats fremiiieitly ent \\:th.nut any ill
effectt the lI,:iv>'s :Iln1 crT.en s'-iis' of
4he aiknia or i;':inlir. tIe tilky jiice
o'f w ihhh is. n a.ri'l ,*si.i 'ii for hi'nii:ii i
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Aa Epidemic of Pneumonia.
ATHENS. Ala.. April 9.-This section
h' and i*- having au ep;'i.eric of pnieu-
:i:,snu. i ;ie und-rtaker hii- hi in thi-
. pl;h., ;.ri!i. thi- i;: ft fo"ur ,ia s ei c ttins
, t.r :..-,:'- w1 ln have l.'-tl w% :tih i,.-irnlo-
:ina. Tw.o .'ltinZ'i Tns'a.:d- (,'iil 'r and
Mr. Psotect. died .1i4li'id;. w '' t.i il,--
'a-', ;ii l Mr-. P1. iH ND. wVy. a i:,s.t
l ;>; l. I. A :;n. 1 ni ghy :iglt
w l!;. I 'ltel :. a ll It-' V
.\' ''" 1inS-t <_':1ATT T%\ N, %. Apll *. A\ t'mTli"
wind and ruliua-*ri m pr, vail,-.l hL r Sun-
t" aiftern,:on. Awuui:-- an;! iiiuo-ii)
.1gnl.- wver, illwii .owi and s-t verbal
ui..S inI tiL.L uliurb- w." rie unrout.fol. A
t'l- ol. n.' wI!'t wa- boiV'.'nai cris,..an el.'-
tris' !:t wi\vre- on a tirinuiziul strt.t and
.ev .rai p,-d.strxant. wt-rt ere ldly slh before tue taLU:lmage coi'ld I relit:red.
Two Fires In Macon.
MA(N. April 9.-Macon wa\S -vi.sted
with two tirn- Sunday n.wrniiiig. The
fir-t alarnim anxi- in at 4 o'clock in the
niorning, when the hou*- of Mr. George
Ciarke. at i lo Spring street, was almost
totally de-s!rroed. I'he second fire was
at the lumlxber yard of Mitchell & Elder,
where neariy 5',tO0) feet of lumber wa."
burned.


Killed by Live Wire.
DALLAS, April 7.-H. W. Kennedy, 2
years old, a telephone inspector, caught
hold of an electric wire and was in
stantly killmd.L
A t.ALL.

For Demnocralic Prnmaries anid Con
vent Ion.
R.--; v-d. That a convent ;:r of thi l, -m
.:crat party (if Ecambia c'tunly shi.ll to
he. I at rowelton at 1: o'clock lotion .isi ti
II i (li vy of Apli. i. s. fto ti,.i purpose 0
,'0 ecting tWelve, 1', i p-ersoni to repr-hen
I% %camlitiia county at the lDtrict IonvetI
t Iiit 1o nominal ate a candidate for I'Congrei-
a i!d for the purpose of --lecting twelve i i
p ,r0ons to represent E.camlbia county i
t i Stat e Conv'ntion at suc'h tiue an
pi't'e ast liay Iti ri\it-t by I li t-ttat it Iid Cv11
gr". .)oI ItMi ti Itmorl katic ( 1iniiitto- i fitId f(i
I hi.' purpose of select lin a County -'xo-eu
t 11 s. l ti.tit.tt-e to i hold ulnilll their a.c's-
-o r. -!iill ti e elected in llr'".
T lie prc!ncitici a t anlid :.;il llh, r nt I.: d t
the frillowaii. repr-'-,:i:.atn :! at l-ttd t'Oul
:% LC uutnllioU.
No. 1. NIX'*
No. 2. Kupfrian '
No. M ilIIv'I-w -
No. 4. Ferry l'a-
No. :.. Hur'st".
N o .. I'otl e ltol -,
No. 7, Pine Harren
Noi. -. t"ralst e-eI
No. It'. a'ard & tHollal,'t i -
No.. i1, W flnut Hill i
No. 12x. I'en-acola
No 1:;. P l-fiC'illu
No. 14, P'-ni*acola
No. 1.. Penp acoll o ,
No. It. Pin #-vli
No.. 17. itreIl '- t
No. 1. M liavil 1
No. it. MIonllo I
No .1. I loniatlii
For t lie purto -o of *-Ice( iIngI .l. o'ln. '- tr ti.; #.'.V>ral pr<"vincts a aUoi, -s, t Ior;h anid
fur It h putrpitie of tluirilitnll g two vatilal-
tlaite' tor Inc Hout-' o if feprrso'nitllvi'.-, tor
It purpose of nominating a 'aniaidailte fr
Shlirti. a candidatle for t'li-rk of 'ircuit
courtt a cand!l'ate for Tax (o'(,l-ctor. a n ;i-
didldte for Tlx A've-.-or. a 'anidai"u.* forr
l're-aurs'r. a candidate lor totntln I Judi:-. a
t; i(lidalt- for s Ut-i'nite'nd.itt oif u t isI( lni-
tiu ctio ,. a canliti(Idat for it a.iii .',y iI r % to-,r.
a caii diltaE for Cl'rK of C'rtninl ItCourt. a
Candtidaie for Justoiceoft Peace and a 'on-
tabist fo- -econd i li'trjtt, i candy laSte for
.lu t'i''ef Peace Ior ifth liLt Ct'. ('an-
dida0s- fo1 r thi r'-te iuct ber' i-ofi otiliiVy .L"i.hoi l
Hour. ;I primary -iect:onu of thi- liet-mo-
(*ra;ii- \to:t-tr of k.-'aiiIia county i -lhall tie
lllt enl I l-'-Iwo-f ll til. .tit r of "' a. in. rnti(
*,:.45 1 l 1l Ti' sdA.ilt li i' )thii tiny I of A prl,
I:,". a n f r! (t -11 p r 111 111 o4f k. nd.w t ".-
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IS HANGED FOR HIS HEALTH.
Surgeon is Undergoing Heroic Treat-
ment For Locomotor Ataxla.
CHUI A<<. April 9.-Reinhold Meyer,
a police surgeon, is undlergi.ing heroic
tr-eatment at St. Joseph's hospital for hI
onmiotrir ataxia. He is .u t.in(l'1d lby the
neck with a halter every d(y uin., tih'
1physimians in attendance hli,, t;, cure
him.
The hanging has taken ph.lace daily for
a wek anud will 1,w coniitiinutid for two
months or lng:'r. After a hyposdermnic
inj ction of co;Itp1und chtloride of gold
and s4loium is given a halter is put
around Meyer's neck and he is raised
from his bed. The knot. is placed at the
lha.e of the braiu and for 90 -counlds
Meyer is suspended.
.Malaga usually has nalont 1f rainy
days a year and at least 24m) days
when there is not a cloud in the blue
sky.
Bel.-um spends 1.213,000 francs a
day on strong drinks.

LINGERING LA GRIPPK COUGH
G. Vacher. 157 Osgood St.. Chica-
go, say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of la grippe, and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immediate relief. A 50 cent
bottle cured her cough entirely."
Price 25c. and W5c. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.

See the nobby effects in Mein'- '.
h )se, at White's.


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEIENTS,

t lFor representative.
I I hreby anilnounct my'"lif as a eat'il'-dt-
for representative of F..tC11I; coun1'illlt.
i 'loridia, In ithl- Ieiivlatiiure,. tu t.It to tht-
1 democratic primaries.
C. Molc Net INI-:'-.
. For Represirirat ive.
- I hureby announce uliyQ-lf a, a candidates
for t'pre ls'entativeof '-se'i t Iilil 'iounti y 1 ii
i the l.e!lnature, Lubject to the l-itiiocratic
rmJ. rMMlFT \VI. s..

For (sheriff'
I thereby announce myself a' a candidait-
for 1hberiff of ktncaiuibia county and re-
spectfully a-k the -uplort of lnt I iivid.
liid voters of th' t'aunty. I t1 it lctt-l I '%ii!
di charge t he duties ofs aidofflev etllc:ent ly,
fairly and iinpaltially'.
W. H. ii r('il.i\"N.
For Sherff'.
I herehy announce nivqef itas a vanl;datt-
far r'-elt'rtiion to the otice- of she.il lt of T,.-
camnbii county. Florida. and ITi'nit thb+ ,suf-
frages anud interest of all iny f- it-n-.
(UKK<. I E. -M ITit.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate fot
sheriff of Lscambia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VANPPI.rT.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. McM IL'.AN.
For Circuit Clerk.
I announce my candidacy for Clerk of their
Circul t'iourt of Escamlia coutinty. s tilj,-t'
to the action of the enstuing lo-,tIl'lratiC
prilnaries. R. '. L. ilANIFLL..
For Circuit Cl rk.
To the Voters of Escanmbia 4 county:
I hereby announce my-elif a candidate for
the office, of clerk of tihe circuit court of
Escailnbla county alid will be IJ:p';io,- to
have th support of mv friend- arid tIi-
v I,,t#r- .,-ii rnliy. ,14IH N li: I1 : F A.
j'oir' T'ax 'Utillt cu r.
I herevb announce niysVelf ;- a c:iiduli!:Ht
for re-el-ction a'. Tax t'o l ic r iof :'-tlilion-
i.a coiiniiv-. nld akk hll*- siippoit of Iil'
tri-nds a:lid voters g-nll-:nlly.
A. H. I'A l.r:Vi.iRTE..
-'r Tax C(ollectlor.
'I hin manVy friends of Judge I'. H. 'oinlfati
i'.ii;i 'h ,itasi-dbe his C l:si:t ?: s. l,.v !lli-
lin o i li h ll 8 a ar.ildid'tt -l f 0 'rl l'T \ I ,i'l,'rt
,I Llcaimbila county it thee- i-tllIisi. l's.-' I n

'For Tax Asu'eh.p r.
I her-i.sy ann' unce nwV-, lf n- a at't:-,lnt
ICl, "14 A 't's'.I li f 0 1',4 Tlitsii ('*-il1 I V. -it,-.
i--*'. If el-ict'd I ,*Tpt-s tI nii **t !,. :sp iri-_
Is:tnsii (!)fO I t"e- tax Pri-'ly vr lsi %1 I I1:,.,1 I1
I'it 'll t' of tl (1 t ilX p t" n ,Id w i I 1 ,,
l'itl' 'i v r'ir tain as 1 |:for '. Ii 1 r
t lt' 'nice- te-for,.


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u 11 of. L tre III..t.VS,,I f P' ii.! sC, A
(i'(t~ 4 4 ountitv Jexuri 't
;t~k the ipptort of niytv ri~r-ds.

Foir (C"unhv TIu4'Amwer.
lle,* l K5 si-14111KM I -- r- eI;-'.didatfi

IuL:Il'I"C'iI'Kthe' "lipporIoW t h" vstetr. of4tlit
i'i-it' 91' sgii9iltu *self foir tleIn, inKi,;. i
us''flis Kii iii s.'l 110: ii'.' .1! t 1.v that I

F-or .1si5.li(c4 f' vl~e too a'.e


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I ort .tiilxi Il ig'iitle litI i f I'iiielt'" In.
Itrr't ion.
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t'l il *t i st it i'i i i. .i N i t r
Vi t ; i l i- I, l i I .. v li s ; t' i ,.


S a' I f ir NI .. t! -i I ,


lar Mi- n iw)er s-tiosol s oarg<.
lYd t hid r in to ,-t urgent reqlus tI h. ';fr nd.

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The friends of M .A.. It .TsWA Ri of Wil.-
-iC teis anllnon te- hi's 'alnid iC'- fur m' ll-
-r of the E's'animl('Oi t:n -ci Hird
i r Ii'- north rn rtl tr t. i uhl't t* i> fTll iet ll' It ratIv prim 1 re.
For i'faxr 'ssel l ,r.
Tl-ldin'' to ti ur ili^nt reniW'..t of I riLrit ..
i h ,'nn ui d-lih I i t af'a' r-,. e0f ,n t m a -dd t


r-i-. ar f o- .'-hais undt'2ul0|'iv 'r to L -s
'. n *i? 'h

.... ,,r f,,r F.-c'. nilt'ift f'u', yv ulr,' r;. to ;..;,


raed Olive Oil.
A mistress b, fo:tc uin: g out told her
ner:' cook to fry s..,:e SaIratio,:i hli ps
in live e:l. Theli tir'st l:hi tllhat gre I-
ed tlie iuist:- ss I:, a : lieT' return ;as
an uinrec'gni iil 1te :' iLi ;:\% fiIl Woilr that
p-n.trat4d every c .':iuIny of th,e ;lnt.
l .us.hil to the kI!t ;'i:. the Ita;-tr .ss
found the clps -::.z,;:, awany in a
pa 11 t'lull tf \vL;1i i '-,,\ ,.i 1to 114e vin..l l r.
"But I told vo i )l.\e oil:"' cried tLe
mistress.
**'Ye.' s '. la I kL **.; ;n ';;:i," rl -
turned tlhe ',.k. wlo. I the \vy. cain
read anld wv ite al nt is "**II)" upollO lnIt-
ters of gooi a':tphiy anil history. lltt.
you sete. ii;i'a;in. I lld n't know what it
was. and I saw tlht bottle there,"
pointing to ai jir of live.. "a*tnd I j:,st
poured lthe stilf 'nit ot" that over, tlt
potatoes. I s'ipo<,el that where there
was olives there niiust be olive oil."-
New York Su-n.

Carioun Facts About Coal.
Australian soft or bituminous coal
produces twice as much gas as Euro-
pean or American coal. For this rea-
son the -Australian coal Is Imported
Into Europe. although it is very costly.
This is a ease of the best coal going
to Newcastle to ouist an inferior kind.
Pennsylvania i antirnite weighs twice
as much :is European anthracite and
takes but half the space. This fact
enables it to compete on favorable
ternis with the European product be-
cause of the advantage in railroad
freights.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

('Come a running, for the la-t lot of
those nolbby pearl Alpine Hats at 7.i'
cents only la-std a week : ).- dozen
more ju-t receive d, bu.)t they won't
I~iit lntiii. \Vtii'-'.

1-'Olt SALE
At a lairg:;itil. To'; ares :i) Iunder
felice alld lcltivation, the balalice
woodl:iitd i of i mile north oif Cor-
dova l'.iik. with 4-roon i houl, baiir
iand two -t;ablt~. rice iWN.i For
further inforinati or. a',pply to W. R.
l)ouli-- lon piee. or J. E. I u'luis-
son Br ,).. ('ity. lMinI1ii

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'A lemberte's
Everythi..g in -'iri:ing underwear at
White*-.
We will I umilder your sprealds for
15 cents each aulil lmaike their look
like new Star Lauil:ry.


JN/o refrigerator on the
market can equal those sold
by M.arston t- Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.

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


Suits for the little fellows, with
Double Bre i-ted Fancy Vests, the
cutest thin,.- that ever happened. at
WhI)ite's.


IlERHY D)ROP


for Infants and Children.


The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne th(e -;,,,
lure of ChIas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under i .
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow i oi.
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations an,
**Jist-as-good" are. but Experiments, and endan:er lt-
health of Children-Experience against Elxperiment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of







In Use For Over 30 Years.
Trew e -4aW"CMAW TV... WWRA v.. cv.v ~ New Veen Co"


Chas. H. Turner,


*. ARCHITECT*


--AND--


General Contractor,


lIluild .i!;j, Rr,.'irir..,. M a.l tel Kind (I .at S .-:. it_-. Pliuihinz:. :" ,- ,,
an;i!d (d .i- Fi:::i .

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
161y 'Ar'i-ti I>--ic::-. K-tiln,,a e-. P|;r., ;n ld s>eciic i,..;-. '
in ol Al linid Prepared on Shor. N'.:ico..
g'A Lir. rat'and CarefullyV -- s-ced St.ock of Fitie MR.n. i
Tiling if All Kid--, 1ithi Tub"-', C'lo---t.iind flno-etohl ApI li:t:, ,
Hot WVater andl (.ti- Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


S---THE





Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PREsItDENT.
T. E. WELLES,,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


T. E. WELLES.
of F. E. Stir.der-
K.J. WIHITM IRE.


A General


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
('AS lF ..
R. M. ;BUSHNELL.
ASST. CASH L.


0IRECTORS:
WM. FISHER.
& Co.
j I.'V F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


RIX M. ROhI.V-iN

MORRIS BF.1 .


Banking Business Transacted.


AeeJ-;)vn~zxv Iz Tfn1ed on Favorable Termr-. L:.
Bou,,,,itanSoeClctms
Pr'nl~~y Attended To.


~&CDNTSSOLICITED,


of 1110(1ici ZIP that ~ iri :1
lIt'sc r ilt I I t i Ied i i ltIi i- -4to( re' i
p.'rt.s' l ;tile. Pue(lit-wL iieall a
-"idy sis'Iy I~oi (Ij i~ l i.':i-4 l ij~
Lir~i~o' Y,'' u w:1 ist the b.-'t. !,,t
ii- fill ~ p Isti .r j i I o pi s is .i a;t z: ii?.. l




WiNG, 1HOP&N, GO (







Chinese and lJapan~e,_-
.-krnFancy Gcc ls,z-- 1

FNXE CHIN A TEAS.

NI 3t ( '- 44o l ', Sir I.r


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-I' AI--

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--'IF--



HE$TZ & CO.,


E-120-122-r

E. Government Street.
fWW rvT WWW x1%v Lcas


The tar


Laundry


T Pi. i R LASIDRY FT Of T FLOIDN


Our Address
i- i'iy-. a-ked for wi.-:. *
1, b ', utty of thl + Li;,' :. I


H I'TlU Fi ).N 1. l l *I
ANM A I F -
'ir i- I -: r'' (,>;i ;l.- i '


A.L, WORK C,. 0. D.
'-RoC 1 14. 37 E. OARDEN S7
-:,,' J^ >C.;1 .vLt:;D FOR AND DELIVERED FRFF. -M
.A.LKER INGRARHAM. Manager


ESTAABLIRIED 1S63.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
S-----D9ALIgB IN 0


Ship Chandlery and General Harduare,

603 AND 605 %. PALAIOX 8TRECT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S SO.- '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL& BON'S PUMP.-
Caunn, lariage. Piat, lil, lauticel listriiu ts, iarts, t ackgr, chill
COMPARSE.S. LOOGR ITi.
C McKenz,- O.ertinj: ('.,11-ctin. A;rent for Bar Pilots' B-ris-v. .
elation.




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10 1900


I\lil\ I 'AN F i1EIVEY.


Causes Surprise at the National
Capital.




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they can bear IDepew spe-ak rusheti to
the -.'nae. and Ilty fet that they had
IF,Pt hwo.n treitteil rizIit 1"entwe the Pten-
atritn'.d~! not take t he tariff qluestionl
-Ind Kilo- t~ itt h idii mirt h aud fuu.


%:I l, I !Ivtht UIn I'I 4#r -Some iii..u I hat

lie1..~. ~.'alilowetd imflxi-rr,..

awli po-~V DNN


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C A. 'o C 3 A.a
anm thel The Kind You Have Always Bught



Otirt i- an ever rbuy store, bheraiis
f attraclioni, conei talit. various>. and
dpetundtalul. that appeal to th4--e who
believe that "money should buy
no:.ey's worth.' White's.

Call frw State Convention.
('Cal for a Atate lDemocratic convention tII
!*- h-Id at Jacksonville. Fla., Tu sdav. Junei
.O. tA ,:
Tbe demneratic party of the stat riof Flor-
ida will h.ld a -ta( 'oonveniitiol it .lJak-n-
vil'. n Tuidaly. .Iltie 19. at 12' noon, for the
rol-o itng piiurpo>-.:
T'"o choo'-s d'lem.at- to repre-ent th. state
:n the national democratic ronvertiton,. to
'* held at Kana Citlty. Mo.. .Iuly 4. 14i.; to
noltiinhte candidates for the oftlet. of (tov-
:i nior,. oie Ju'Ltiio' of the Supreme Court.
I& s*-retarv of State. Attorney-teneral
Sompt roller. Treastier. Superlnteilndnt ovf
Public Instruction. ('ominis .oner of Agri-
.tiltur-.a ,alllroid (Conitni-ioner ft', tilte
*erni of four year. four Presidontial El-ci-
r4q and four alternate. to tb voted for at
Ith' nr.xt regular *twa'e" ie~t-ion. and t l
rnan-tt s Ich other huic'-s as may come
tdf,< r- the convention.
Tbte different counties in thestate wil
.>.(,i d.leiates to thb convention upon tlih
,t;ir(winit baias of representatlon: I-gate fa r each one hundred votes cast f')r
thit 'a'tilt tt o0: th-i' tatt- ltke-t whore--
c-.;vPd the hLleiStl nuinb.-r (if vote- at th.
.rTneritl election of Ie,.. and one* addilionial
v'ite fr th. fraction lii *''.ec tht-er ,f
.*m*mi tltf !' h t il-,i all.f(d1"-.1 !; ill t;l reip-
t( ll" *l'>'!i.w iit n f o 1 l in any unvily fru
I..nt .- i' "" It h c;re the it]- ,i;' t. i i rle-s-
a l1 1. -;.i 1 to > t : n ., .-
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a riial ~l C iir'of -"Wt. c,:ntifil.t:"
W.LA. I{A'4I.-.
(' C."'IF .1.Caru


GOLD DDST.


The Best


Washing Powder.

Cleans Everything from Cellar to Garret.


PENSAOOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWOI OF THE
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
SURANCE COMPANIES .......

senral AeUts of tie wqitabl
Lie Assurancc Society of tic
1T.ti. Rn ^i.


):=GOLAY--R

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

X5. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
Ma&nfact u- ,r-
CHOICE MIAL AN i Pt Itl GROUND
STOCK FEEDI.


UI llll, Patronize Home Industry, for there i
every rteaton you -hou;d hu your Meal aand
con rLok Feed from tue nHomin. Manufacturer.
r.Toi-itI^lrlf.-i' ) OMfhL~Lh6'rFT 1for by .o- doing you encoura, bohome indus-
try. Your monney is left ,i the community
and you in turn aret indirectly benemted.
WEEKL'Y CHEDUL in fostering thb home manufacturer you
contribute to the cause of labor. You owe


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Velema r.......... ... & I.... 8.4 l06

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LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Pen'acola LODGEDIRECTORY

Oeraorsn the a. Medical Society. Atter on. KNIGHTS OF r 'r iAllAS.
Operarerr Mngn the Scale.
There will be a regular meeting of Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P,
COi.MBu. ., April .- It an- the Pensacola Medical Society at meets every Monday even.
nounfcil at the stat4, headquarters of the the Board of Health office at F ing as 4 at Castle oHall
United Mine Worke.rs that an agreement o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24. In Hlutchinson hall. Wet
Intendencia street.
ha, been reached between the miners Visiting physicians are cordially v'isitlng brethren cordially
and operators of the B-llaire district at invited to attend. welcomed. H. JIDVI.K.
the new Philadelphia mine and all dif- D. W. McMILLAN. M. D., H. HOR14I.l. VI. C.
forenoe settl.d. The Indianapolis con. President K. R. & 8.
feren(e sall- was signed anil a new scale E. F. BRUCE, M. D.,
luade granting an inicretas~ f >t 241per cntr secretary. S5mt W. o. W.
to4) ot.id da(iv lai)reras. About j,0t)0 -
nimi are affect.'d. Do y)u believe all you read in the Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman ofthe


--- paper-? E.' xaggeration4 in advertis- World.
Monument to Confedlerate Dead. ing may attract passing attention ; Meetq first and third Friday night in
M.N>,R),F. (;t.. April 7.- Th. R. E. but we are not seeking passing at- eaclh month. Visiting overr" n-n cordi-
L4 4i r a tention. We're looking for perma- a M R. THA <. WW.Clrk. C. C.,
L. nimp of 'n.fedlenite veterans, aat uent customers. White'. 1HAWSClrk. .C.
thi-ir lait rt.s'nlar m fetiing, decided to -- -


'r''t ii' l,'iltllllt 011 the n-uiarein Mon l
rt th' r iit d.ad ('cmnirads. S)petchi.,
wo'r ini li y 1,v .liinel B. S. Walker and
' .>i. .1. hn NuinillV. and ->74r #-21O was.
rii-,l 11 a tf- w iliiinurlt-. Thu zaonu.
Ili is t ot t 2.',i. and will bi readv
f.,r ir ilvilti i x r'tz'i. '.s o1 Meul ,imrial April -26. 11K)1.

Bea the The Kind You Have AlwaIs FOUi4
Bigratwre A

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


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it to the conimunity in which you live ad2
which contributes to your support.

PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

Dr. Tiareellus Me
Physician and Sr n.
tesi(tlence. Hotel F'secanbia.
Phone- 1;1.
Slice. l>'Almbhertre Huiil:n 1'N Soantl
Falafox street. Phone ".'74."

DR. Wx. C. DswuSirik.
orFOE-H-anah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENOB-400 E. Jackson Stree

Win. I. Mayean, M. D.,

Homeopatlhic Physicin an irgen,
Late of Ocala. *In..
Offers his profesalonal servles to bthe* ei-
Xens of Pensacola.
Especial attention siven Wo tht treatme-a
of Ubronic Dlseas. and loelsesme of
Women and Chlldrtan.
Thirty Years Practice in the 8outb.
Office Hours:-9 a. m. to 1I m., 2 to 6 p. k.
seuldenoe Phone No. Mso.
Rwmsf-Rlount BD(l~dlng-R-ow S


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
aMsuec TmpIL. Pem 34.


GRAND EiST iBER!
To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H.M
I)dd Fellows Hall. Warrington.

Monday, April 16, 1900.

Tickets ."0 cents. ILadies Free. Free
Transportation on Dummy.


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THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, r3 :PEr:-*E -.TI
No. S North Palafox Street, --PROPRIETOR OF-o
I MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. O R O N I S S1 .L O O N
Voice C'ulture. Violin and Piano, Lelpsig 0o DEALER I.N-
bystem; also Guttar, BanJoand Maudolin. 0--EALER IN-o


OPRA IOUSE. I E Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
...... JUG TRADE A rZju ,ATrTY.
ONE SOLID WJ& iK Coiner Belmont and Devilliers Ste. PENRACOLA, FLA

PHIL AND NETTLE H Cold Weather


Peters Comedy Comlanv


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office. In New, U-ti-DatC Btprtoire.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's (HAN(;E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.
and Joihers' Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on short o- PriCs=10, 20 and 30c.
n25tfPrices

Iron bedsteads are cool,
comfortable and durable- IInOgestion!
just what youth need for
summer use. Call at Mafars- e challenge the world
fon 4 Finch's and select .


one.
.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST BFER SOLD IN
PENSACO()LA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A's Soll by M1. Perry a14 ', Y1tes,

The Jug Trade

13 Our Specialty.-*
P'rompt Delivt-ry .,:.k! l-factim.
(Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 Southi Palfox :..
Phone No. 11N. P. (. Box 2',1.
Railroad Exchange. Phone 26ae.


Telephone No. 147.


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Coming. .end In yu
orders and let us fil your bin before S
cold snap arrives. We will send you i
best coal you can procure for either bhalif
or beating purpoiae at reasonable prices.

TDompso0, Olse 9 l o.,
Dealers In

Coal and Wood,
Office and Yard: S. E. Corner Zarragom
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


to produce a remedy equal
to the0 Hatl lchlesl i t ni Coffu gnL
Water for the cure of In- -Everything New and Clean.-
-3 TheI. -Mon.t_ _Attracti-7 *- verintheintirewCit ndReClaMean.-evd*aiy


daiestion, Dyspepsia and
allforms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only J cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru-gists:
(ilso II. T. Green ,j Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. IV. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimonial From Judge Gahton.
tREE1 K VII.LE, Ala Auu. ,,. '*.'.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
Durity and the meritof Wiiklnson'- Match-
*,. .Mlniiral Water. This natural mineral
toni.., to my personal knowledg-. is taken
from a well three niiles east of (ir** iiville.
in t lie exact condition in which it is sold. I
have seen this water used. with wondwrfui
-uc'e-s. for dyspepsla. indigestioni. sore
.eyes aud for eruptive diseases. sir-, and
ui,'ers on nman and animals. As a remedy
fur these troubles. I do not tei-,rve its
ejual exists. It is highly reconime- ded by
physicians for a number of disease.
ZFLL (GASTON.
Judge of Probate Court, butler County.
Alabama.


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The NMo-t Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


Three Reislar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEAnON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to s1.&~ per Day. % LODGING:
51-3 and 510 8. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida. 25 and 50c


H. H. e ICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 5 South Palafoz Strut.
All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Hand
3ON3 ViAG>AVMA


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GENERAL INSURANCE WIGOp LIBE 0l0o2s,
Palatox Street.
Real Estate Agents, Pensacola, Florida.


SThe Worlds Triumplh
of Master Brewxng.

It nourishes, invioraties and tones.
It has the uUll strong body of
the brews that built the ancient
Norsemen to splendid physical
strength, together with the refined
4qvitie ansd delicate flavr .pe-
C uliar alone to c4Oe 4za"
Master Brews.

ASK FOR. c w !a.

,T LCHtIUSTIAN Ol&iBREWING CO
CINCINNATI. US.A.


FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSA(' OLA -A LECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leav, Pensacola for the Little
Bayuu, Palmetto Beach, Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort Harrancas at
4::H% a. in. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
lsiiX a. i,. arrive at Fort Barrancas l):;45a.m
1.6. p. mn.arrive at Fort Barrancae 1:46 pm
8::30 p. rn. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:1-. p m
j:15p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:14p m
*':!ip ni arr've at Fort Barrancas 8:46p.nr
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
7:;3) a. m. arrive at Pensacola....... M:15 a. m
l1; j p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........11:45 p. m
-';W .p .m. ,rrive at Pensacola........ -:45 p.m
.) -. p in arrive at P', nsacola .. 5:4;5 p m
7:1X) p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 7:45p. i!
'N:43 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 9:8U p. m
u urd~ yq oulv.
I l efT-c: Dlec. Ist, \l,'.4.
SUNDAY 5CHlDo l3.
Leave Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barransea.
i a.m. 10 a. m.
11 a. m. Ii m.
1 p.m. 2 p.m.
p m p.m.
3pm 4p.m.
Sp.m ipm.
6p.m 6p.m.
6p.m. Ip.m.
PARE FOR WEK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 6e
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... No
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return I
FPAU ro OSUe DAY
fenaboola to 3rt Barraneas Navy
I ard and return *
Peassoola to Palmetto Beeo and
No freight received after 8:1 P. m.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS.
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AMII AVERTISINm CO.,
adhtts Budiag. SBL Past, Minn.. where
hmbarwebe earertiacer and other may
a e It mas where esttiateg will be give
p* re *parr w NKERAL ADOVIRTIING.

PEIBAOOLA, APRIL 10. 1900
400a
PRfCINCT DELEGATFI 8
The Mays liemocratic Cluhot Pt-nsacola
lbas.ndorwMed the- following ticket for del-
oegate from th- city pre-inclts to thb I)em-
(rtic County ',onventl(n to tbe held at
rowelton. April 14 and ask thbt they b.
given a hearty support by t tie v,-terS:
Precinct l-4'. H. iiita'le... 1tavrl Shee-
baa. Wm. Bazz.ll, J. I0. Maxwell, aad I. 1.
Wrighton.
VIrectinct 1.;-W. A. Rlounit. Thb-. Hannah.
Joba 'hCri-t. J. Xo. \ it,.- aid \W. T.
1'sscan.
Prec'irct .14-<;-o. lhr,,wn .).. 1. 1oh iison.
J.G. M t.aughl.v. ,l l.1. :,1n r iand J. E.
flaro.
r einct ::.-F:. H. 'Putnam. J. 'Mn nelttt- J. I -. Ab.. rcr,'l lll-n Iat! VW A.
l'ucham.
THE war department ha- bestowed
historical n;tini.- upon the i-new -ea
coast definsei-. Those chosen for
the new batteries and fort- located
jn Florida a. e : s follow-:
Key Werst. at Fort Taylor. Bat'ery i0..
IA0n; at same fort. Battery <'-ceola at
same fort. Bhttery Se-ninole.
Tampa Bay. FIa.. on Egtmont Ke-y. Fort
l.ade:on .MulN-tt Key. Fort DeSuoto.
Pe-rtac,'la bat. at Fort Plckenp. Batt.-ry
W orthli: iii toI t. Hattery Culinm.


S A i'.4I.E mI-s-age from New Ze-al-
and report the arrival there (of the
antarctic expedition fitted out 'n
is*t to discover the south pole. The
report says that the expedition
reached latitude 7T and "located"
the pole, but gives no description of
that interesting object or of its sur-
rounding-. although it carefully
cirea the names of the party, in-
cluding the cook. Utility does not
appear to be a necessary element of
polar expeditions.
THre American Lumberman's rec-
ord of timber and lumber exports to
f *reign port- for February shows
that Pensacoia's exports oif sawn
timber for that month amounted to
4#,'S4 per cnt of the aggregate from
all souther:i ports. as against 41 9mI
per cent in January. 2:1* per centin
December. 2'. .5,9 per cent in No'vein-
ber, til.(oI per cent in OIctober. 4i.41.2
per cent in September and .7.1 i;2 per
rent ini Augu-t. The exports from
this port in F -brary of boards, deals
and plank- were 26.43 per centt of the
total from all southern ports, as
against ;';..12 per rcent in January,
:&,.s; per centi in Iieceibtiler, 27.72 per
cent in Novniber. :33.13i per cent inl
()October, 2 "'- per ('c-tl inill S-;'*-in l
and :;1 7 per c. rJt in AIu -:.


lI'uni:r,; !tr e PartY
Pl'rofe--in.: *, dc-ire ., ,.):n;ipl. t"
unification of the d4i )0i- a :ic tl .Is tyI ,
hy ir.vi;!!'i l!,. <0,-,*i tr'. li,"> of all
t;o)se vo, I- \ in con-i-htotl-Iy
it,.-ented fi.,t l ti-, t(i in- (f the Clui-
cago i*l.ath', ni. s0itie of .hi hidt-
1, unid 'x'.tr i;e -:-4 .ir,- following tht-
l*-.td of "* 1 ai t i r of l :..it!ioll. l
Co., tiin : P \ !, ,-, fillllc i 'li- \ li
s-a-e i; u e i'nin. of t4 f t! in-#
i 11 .4 l '" 2O t 1 1,it t h1l, :1t1,. 1 437
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laiitc i:. i i i: ~ :. A- t t, "' -; t -av -:
it ': Part. I -Olt. d- i l their'li -


face. i ;t: i ;'a .at ', ; tt ,.
t -I yrt ,,. ; -I1 ira ii-d in. ti -ir

l ...at il ;i l:.. oke tilei-r :ll,.! i;aiice to,
1..t- |,.ir:. ; ''.'*;.* Is the grn titli.:-a
ti,,I: o. t I lili. 1tilitm and il111i-liiii
: ,en: fr t ,i-i! deft-rtion worth more
:o the e~tr 1i1---t- th:in thti- reh:ibili-
:atAlUo> of t p;e party in ilftl? S'nall
tie few-- fr their tiunibers are
i-rr-atly reduced since lP<6-who in-
itat that an acceptance of thlt
c'hicago platform is the only true
test of a democratic voter's sincerity
and loyalty to his party, govern the
action of the many. who truly be-
lieve in a genuint- restoration of the
party to its former proud po-ition,
by drawing together all of its scat-
tered and divided element.-?
These are questions of vital im-
portance to the successof the democ-
racy this year. and they address
themselve, to every member of the
nartr. in every state of the Uni-ni.


BELMA EXCURSION.
The Commilirea Bustly Engaged Pre-
paring f r the Event.
Chairman Clnbbs of the invitation
committee has received from Genl.
Freight Agent Jhepard of the Louis--
ville and Nashville railroad a li-t of
the business men of Slu nia and invi-
tations are now beit;g priut.d to for-
ward to them.
The ielmna excur-i .n w;l. .:rive
here April 24 and the visitor- wi.. be
entertained that day and t:ie n, xt.
one of the principal feature- b-i g a
bay excursion and a fl-h dinrar.
The other committees are all act-
ively a" work and a ?ple.ditl prr-
gram will be arranged for tle eiL.:-
tailinent of our gue t-.
J.a Gripp- Sucvesfu'ly Treated.


"I have just recovered from the
second attack of la grippe this year.'
says Mr. Jas. A. Jones. publi-her of
the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "[n the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two d iys. against
ten days for the former attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally as bad as the first
but'for the u-e of this remedy as I
had to go to bed in about tix hours-
after being 'stuck' with it. while in
the first case I was able to attend to
business about two days before get-
ting 'down..'" For sale by HaLnah
Bros. and all medicine dea!-rs.


PHIL AND NETTIE.
They Play to Big Buisiness m n Their
Opening Night.
Notwithstanding the intere-t taken
in county politic-, the topra house-
wa< crowded last i.ight to welcome
Phil and Nettie Peter- and their
talented company. The play wa,-
**Fighti:g for Fortune" and it gave
general sati-faction. The play to-
niih!itjwill be "Wanted. a Husband."
fr,-morrow night a handsome dre -
pattern. now on exhibit )n at thne
F.orlbes -tore. will be given aw' y, and
(on Saturday night some thcky :n-
dividual will receive 12' i .n ,a-: a- a
gift. There will be -t candy :::.i:Li
for the children Saturday.
FRESH SHIlIII
at V. J. V:dal'-. Phone 1:,4.


We are doing a big zl-int---. a,.l
it i no wonder. Why -hy ui'l:'t we?
There is no particular nyv-:tery about
our success. We always have the
right goods, the right service and
the right prices, and these always
win. We emphasize the h,ne-t treat-
ment feature and sell to -ell araini.
White's.
HIUTISIH VICE CONSI LI
F-'rederit-k Bonar of Br~st appointed
to Succeed the Late () m(n(d C.
Howe.
Frederick Bonar of Brest has been
commitsioined by the B itis!: govern-
ment to be British vice- ,,i -ul at
Pensac 'a. vice O-n:ond C. Howe,
d eceai- 3.
Mr. Ge.ci:e W. H .wn- ..f :: ,-.:y.
a ,son the late vice co:.-;., was
strongly end. r(ed for :he h -i:iion
and it was th.ughit he w-, .il receive
the aipptointment. The ann.--unce-
inlent iof th,- al'pt iti:of:.: of Mr.
Bonar thOIerefore cit, t- "- .;1i.. --> -.
(Of thi- aIpoi iin ent thI It,,L;'J+jit
DI)ailv Telegraph of .March 25 5-ay-:
"Mr. Frederick BIoiar, w; _-.ive
!-ich valuable as--istance in c '.;i. c-
tion witil the wreck of the Ii: ;i i-
incind (Castle ff Isthalt. is aiiUi to
leave Bre-t i:i order t, ti:e up. a
appoilit'.enlt as ctommli--ioned } r:-
i-li vi(e -colnul at Pei~iacoe a. FI jit.
IUnited States."
Brave Ml-n 1Fall
Victim- to -to:-ict'. i;v -. d ali; k:l-
u*, x- troubles as wel! a- wonit-;. a,.,
:ill f-el the re-ult- i: 1- of ..; .
tit>. poisons iii the blood. backic.. .
iier.vousne,. headac'l.e and tir,-d.
l,'-:l,--. lu:-dowlii ft-el ii.z. liti
:I red's no need to feel like t!: it.
I.il-t-nL [,. J. W (G irl,:-. Ii v:, .
liid. H ie ;ay-: "KElectii 1l;: >'-
:re jll-t the tlini. for a i :t1' v'!.t*!.
lie is aWl run tlW1ii :; '.d i, :". c.: -
w hi-the.r hit- iivt- or mare, to, iv- iii s .w -i! : (i
tik I t ii. n w 'at ac: .
hiave a r. *a o li..' < :.' "
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Th-:, Fra- ven- re" i n of f: :n i







Lu lt hieran (-lutrch wili :ii i iiz bt
, 1 u tier chaiits hotel on ',Iva t.
April 17. at:.i ; i.T ik ; \..i .i-f ,






gumbo 4crchowdet r art- tfi -alt- lv
all meniber- : of the Vi reil i-- :i t.: ,.-
Merchants hotelk. .. J. price '. ,-.
That feelin-Vg of cmplt f at ( ac-
tion goen witn our cil .hin.--: t!;t-ir
merit is fien at a glance: the price
ihs an object lesl on in economy :t.
White's.
ril 17 at 'cck. PE P k- f
Jgacobyr ha owdr to r -atpound- of
Italianl hetnutrf the Vrehoice Hazl-
nuts. which lie is offrinc to clo-e
out, at feelints power pondlt. 7it-f
out. at l, ('*-lit. per pourd. 7itf


America's Greatest Spring Medliine.


CU.lI.31 9 OQF COMMERCE. TO-DAY'S ELECTION.
Preparati >as for the An..tli J3 'nquei .*uier. Orderly. But Earnest Contest
Are Being Puahed. 'For Votels
Secretary Thos. C. Watson of the The primary election at the four
Chamber of Commerce Is preparing' city precincts to-day ii quiet, order-


one of the most elaborate. complete ly, but earnest work is bring (
and comprehensive annual reports each by the advocates of the
ever written by him. giving detailed candidates for county offices.
statistical information of the pro- the result will be it is impossi
gress and development of Pensacola this writing to say, but all th
during the last year. This report didates appear confident an
will be presented at the annual wearing beaming smiles. (
meeting. The annual banquet will erable interest is being take
take place at Hotel E-cambia on the there will undoubtedly be a
evening of April 18 and will be one vote polled.
of the best ever given. A number vo
of distinguished guests will be in at-
tendance and interesting addresses SHIIMP Alr VIDAL'S
will be delivered. Call phone 154 and place your
A mr.n named E. Pre--on. of Pres
-onville. Kans., wrote a letter the Circuit Court.
other day, saying the opinion of Thi- court i occupied to-c
everybody in his town who has used hearing the case of H. Baa
Fo0ey's Honey and Tar i,. that it is Price and Pierce, et als., wl'ic
the very best medicine f ir la grippe. doubtless continue through
cold-, c'jugh. etc. W. A. D'Aleu.:- day.
berte. -


SHRIMP T1-DAY
at V. J. Vidal's. Phone 154.
S. M. -parkmnan.
Congressman S. 3M. Spat:kman is a
candidate for renomination. without
opposition. If tile people want a
clean and manly democrat. one who
doe- tniings in daylight, wi,o-e rec-
ord in business or otherwi-e i- not
tainted with anything that cani he,
made use of by the opposition iu the
campaign. and whose nomination
will enthuse the voters in the (di-
trict. then Congressman Sparkti:an
will receive the nomination by ac-
claination. He has experlefle.
ability and integrity. He has a
knowledge of tile r-q'iiielenttts of
the office, and can be far more u-eful
to his constituents than a man new to
the ways of congress and the depart-
ments. The men best known in
congress to-day and the most u-eful
are (o because they have been re-
peatedly elected. If they had been
retired at the end of a second term
they never would have been heard
of. No district is more ably repre-
sented than the First district of
Florida, and we feel assured that
the people will manife-.t their just
appreciation of the magnificent ser-
vice rendered by Colonel Sparkman
by nominating him by acclamation.
-Bartow Courier-Infornm int.

R< v. John Rtid. Jr.. of Gi-ear Fails.
Mont.. recommended Elvy' (Cream,
MIllmn to me. I can emi 'ha-:ze h'
statement, "It is a positive cure for
catarrh if used as directed."-Rev.
Francis \V. Poole, Pastor C-'n1r:1l
Pre-. Church. Helena. Mont.
After using Ely's Crt-!: iAAiin six
weeks I belie-ve my-elf cured of (t-
tarrh. Joseph S ewart. G(rai.d Ave..
Blf..lo. N. Y.
i'1: l;alm does not irritate or cau-.
niieezinz. Sold by di uz'.i-t- i:t .it
,'-. or liailed by Ely hr h. -..'
Warr-in St New York.


F-or F-ly Time.
J'-t 3.E-. R-0- & ('a.I N .V N
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Fine furn viitrie in suuiw,


rockc/r, (af t'very reasonablee
prices~. Th eir sfocke is copn.-
pletc. Don't buy an~yt/iind


done at
various
What
ible at
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id -'re
Consid-
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order.


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Sweat her Conditions.
The southwestern storm i< contr:tl
in Arkan-as to day. where the
barometer is a quarter of an inch b"-
low the normal, and is moving in ,t
southeast direction.
Brisk to high wind- occurred at
North Plaitte, St. Louis and .Mem-
phis. and precipitation has been
gen-ral, though liiht, in the (Iulf
state- and in the .Mississippi valley
and the Northwest. At S a. m. it
was raining at St.' Louis, Fort Snmith
and Pa.le-tiue and snow wa- falling
at Bufft o.
The extensive area of high pre-.
sure that centers in the upper M1is-
souri valley has caused lower telii-
perature throughout the northern
district. freezing temperature be-
ing reported this morning from New
York. Pennsylvania, Ohio. the Da-
kotas, Mitesota and the Lake Re-
gion.
It willerow"^Iooler in this vicinity
Wedne-da3. M. J. WRKIHT.
Observer.

30 many people lose valuable
time in experimenting with
cough and cold cures. They should
take rIoley's Honey and Tar before it is
too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.

Shri:p at Vidal's to-day. Phone
1->4. I


C inft-eti :.ery in I,. 2I
h,\-,-. Try them. All
them.


and :n-cenit
dealetr- sell


".' cents will p-y for : .
edition of the Ja( kon.v.. '
Is. a large ,s or ?2 pa'.- ; ,p
now until Nov. loh. b ,
and $2.', wil p:y :
Jack-onville Metro .,ipu
until Nov. loth. f,,r c-i .
only. The obj'-et of
1. Filed offer is o ;v.v t
Ilrida a ch.;1: .- t,. V ..
thle new of the cn.I:::
campaign ,it extr"in:,'v i
:Al-) to make thiei lh.-t.r ,
with the leadinii fr. -,.
F Bryan new-paper in t'
.trtoi.>nls art alone w * *iiiiney.


Wiilliam Iolu$(ou & Sou.




Our 20th Year at

OU Present Location! U


- THE


SFOR EASTER.


Shirt Waists.


Embro)iderd White Waists. 7Tt.
$1.4 '. $1.2.5 to 7 $2 2 .
Mis- -s' WV;tji. .'45( to $ l.ii.
Colored \\ai-t-. 4-le to (;i)it .
Silk '.;ai-t- for j$3."..

Skirts.
Whir. Piqw. Einbroidered. $4
White luck. 75 to $;.o.5.
tiellf-t,: Applienei l. in New ,,!-
ors. $t2.5k to ;$3.5i.
Black lhrilliattinti. Box Pleat-
ed, $4.(', .
Novelty (Goods in Black. ?:.- .

Millinery.


We ar Slhowing a Nice Line of
Pattern Hats at Low Prices.
Bunch Vioilets. Io-es, Da i-eys
and Foiget-me-Nots at 1' a
Bunch.
Latest Stvl-s in Sailors at .oAc.
75e and $i.m.l
Hats Trimmed on Short Notice.


French Caps.
()ur Spin;g line Nw .
LtWi l Ii i i
(' .ildreii.

Clothing.
1-int Tailornmail, Si :'- f
at lo.$ i to 1.;I i 11.
Y outhA uilt-., i .L i '.O : -
*7 7)it4 to $11.im i
Fi:ne Pait-. $'.2.7. to, "
Itadwe gHt.

Straw Hats.


'p-ecial ill
|Specials in


Shirts.
lio Do,);'Pn G -ent-' :.ir:-. .
.o Dozen Boy' shirt.-, ;,
each.
Shirt WuaiSts for ov.y- w:.
without Collar-. 2,e t, 7",>o .


2206-AIFI'-k I3e,


&iwiUrs & Kr, -c IWLlk~ a Seald Displayed on )irCounterS ahc


al~l A, thv 'ladies of Pensatola kI-inl-
'-it-'d tt illmr s -cwt't dMillinf-ryDin--
Itlhn. li c2 will he iiakdt VI-doln--
ulhy. Aplri! !I. Wo have I full litno
A E-tio iWt- iinall the lztest-tyl -
an 3nd Yp :'.-.a idmvli i6i towi*
dii~ i' t titlJziiandre.t tL'iii


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J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,

M I !,;;f l>:!rf:- ~ :l .i ,') ;. : ;


Carriages, Bulfgies, WaV..ons and lPrai,

;_Rc pairing Attended to Promptly.
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, ^ LENTEN S SPECIALTIES


1)yis,


I A 'Y EiL3(


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(P~NN~:! 'Ii \N ~' ifL A NL \-


"BUY THE BEST.'


-rc~z I "I"t~ V~Ch~ I'~ 'If ~T a- ~-<-A-


If I'tI I (I t<'"(-. It Evert-hontv needs a tonic t.ie 1 I k) VT Uj I -
, /'eei ar-s on Finchs s -, -.r ;i,, ,,.v i s t ,, ,- "
ee, ir~6SO v F.. l s;,ring dayt drive away th:a"
>tock. :ired leelini. Mountain Mint Tini. ) Our REFRIGERATORS are (jurar,.t..-, 1 t K. .
)e- thins. It invigorates and puri- :and take a lower temnperatir- t!.:ii ar:y other o)r, th1 ii.ark.-
C A S T O IA ties th,-' tlood. It cures tht- w')rt They have an Absolut DRY AIR PROVISIION CHAM
Fr Inats R cases of itdize-stiou. It cure, per- Warranted Absolutely Idorl ,-.
F3r lmfanUtr and ChildrenL manently all stomach troubles. It
lbIts di Yond HnV AiwaVn B l makes the sick well: the weak
e eM Yu H ve ystronir: and it trivfs one who i- all Our Ice Cream Freezers -
Sears .tn run down a n-w l-ase on11 life rand a
Bears .he healthy appetite. Mountain Mintr WARRANTED TO fREEZE IN ;:s, VMINIF-
Sgnature of ( Tonic has b-en tried by liundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
-- -- -- whom heartily recommends it as the ~Prices tno Higher thin for I:if*-rior makes. Corn.- :...
The best 5 cent Cigar bhet tonic they ever used. It does plain then to y u.
i|more than we claim for it. One dol-
on the market is the lar per bottle, six 1ottlea for five dol- l 1- C


SBIG STORER--


New Idea Patterns


10 cents each.


11 NT TONIC


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900. 5


N-WS NS will go to Tampa.wh.-re her husband
C fI~t NEWS IlOTiS will engage inbusine-i..
The American schooner R. W.
Hopkins. bourd from Vera Cruz to
SApalachicola. pit into quarantine
... -n' r.vora .ar ta' it, t!tis iuornair: f.r: di-:nf action and
Irr .., .. .r 1 .,,, fum igation.
S, '" "', '* The Knigfht f PythiaQ hall on,
We-it Intendraiceia -trt-et has beenI
i.-wly llyfd ;aud rurt.ih-hed, nriew
.f* (- chair have b-een i i: in toaccomnio-
u .te th, rapidly growing mnembr-r
''Jip. and it I-now one of the hnud-
i, 3 .- -..; q; :, i : ; tIe -jil -st l>dge ro( -s in the South.


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. HALLIDAY & CO.


Special Easter Offerings


zat the following


TI aaa,,.?. tw1ani


reduced prices --


rl I.rr.


The -t.,re aA dr(-taurant of Jos- tidLUJ taWmr U.'!
- ~' ~.r. ~James. corner of Zarrasges~a at ~d sr' tpnlnt orlnofR- ~Dtnts' $2.100 loves reduced to t44 .5.
~~ ~* Wivlei -trpeet. irm being torn down sane" l Brhq, Stock C'ollars. ('ordo-d Blair *Il.tAlCoiored Uioves du--to*
Sarid waill he replaced by a brick Ilem~titched Plaid Ties. with Fringed End'4.Trou uaned$(4 iNt.
'i ildn~. te re~uranthavin beenI)oublf-i faced.(-'ord-edg#- 8atin and Tafita-ta YOr(Urftei i4 i'


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


.SRAI PADDUIAI AI C11


------End- riarii-icti z-.nu a sTi, astz Bung nea, rEtc. we call peciaa attention to <>uir Silk 0 IVLiWW U r
i.. ::t t-d. t mured across the street to Butl -r r Taffeta Gloves, an excelle.,t iove, for Sum-
r 1 ,f -v"I i. r*-:.- Bro-'. old stand until the new build- Pr mer w-ar.
..: .camet l,-t M ;in, ins i.. pushed. H'i er. y0r lllbT erwa O L'R first announcement of
Sa-. A. ('Tihatto!fTIE NEW:- Ben Dunham, the Pensacola boy w, ha1 th;i, Newert and Most t'p-to-ltate Hil1 Udewe
a ,-j ta. il- i,'I- i \y lln%--. who has made a world record as the stock of ParLolaever diS Hosiery. in plain., open work and Apparel. A generous
a greatest horizoutal bar performer on fancy effects. from l e to t2.5t.
-. ra-, aerd 4 arth, has returned from Europe and mbrCllaLGve our 25crade of Ladiesand l- of colors and styles to select f
.lic('. court reward i..i u or*n ', ia now fidin atn e nragetnent at dren's Hoslerya trial; they are the best
:r I,. A. McLea u of tt lf'reep'(,t Madison Isquare Garden, New York. Ladie'. Men's and Chlldren's in all quall- value for the money to be found anywhere.
2t),- r 4 '., F ro-lrt. i- 0: t,,. city. it is hoped that he will visit his rel- ti-h. W, hav- In stock a few le-ft of our Ladles' Vests, we have from ,tc to $,.iXt. e Carry all kinds: the la
i;r a nativess here this euin ier. cellent value, while the-v last at l.m'; also LiAle Vests,5c value, for %5c. they cannot
a' .t t -rc o andr-in-hifunihr Hey- a.cb Cloe oI umbrella at S1.:'. be beat. Clty Of well known brands. i
*i- i-a i; t the Merchait-. Conimanduer-in-chiefCharler.Hey-t!
S, wa- wood of ihe United States Marine ---- .' r/ll i Pril." famous fo
^a :, ,'" *+ "*:* at tt .- '-:ysterday afterutoni aid wa. met by BL CK D .
.a lieutenant and orderly from the Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black Goods the fact the best fitting V aist in
S.M \.d; J: -f ira-wton. Penisacaila navy yard, who escorted Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
,. :.r.. the 5 him to Palafaix wharf, where a boat shown in thi- city. including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chine dealer cr customer can den\.
,,:.. wa' in waiting to convey him to the Tamise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. In the Cotton, Wool, Silk and
re ,'- Murray yard. There hL- was welcomed by a Wool and all Silk, we strongly recommend this material for its lightness idea of our offerings by a glar
.te of urray f 11 cunQ. T!hi di-tinguished and durability, and the proper fabric for the present mode. We alko have I
S, ( .v-d .: the Ev-,anibia officer is her, -io an infection tour. a Larg- Line cf -taples and Fancie. in Black Goods and at the Right Shirt Waist Window, and
i' i*. He i, the gue-t rif Couniandant W Prices. Shirt Waist Window, an
i* o -f. i.'- 'T I*-Fiia:.iak sprinai,- XW a-i-initije. LI E N i
.,,-" r-trdia ;.. e. LI N NS. heretofore by reason of our M
; -.i-A. A LITTLE KNOWN F'ACT. .For oe w-t-k only to introduce and bring before the public our Stock -r_ -


\V,-11- wil a na:, a :-w l't:at thf- iajrity serious di- (of Dain.k-. Tow-l. Reniaissanc# Dresser Scarfs, Sideboard 8carfQ. Centt(
: ,a',.r w:.i ,' i- ,,-t (t- a-e originate in disorder of toe Piece- ai:d Daylies. we will offer a Special Discount of 10",,
-' t. a. ki idrey. Fo!ey's Kidney Cure i- -
S-rin-t a.dr wif'"- ,f Mc i -1 taraunt"' i .-" rv It to-day ifyN ) lltare
~vI ,. :t.r,- a ,,)z tIth ,j#- uo.-t :. t ,t i. ;, ,* j. iA -. A K a.,
I a.nIltI t,,-,Ay. T"l"r:. T .T., ,,: 1,. 33 and 35 Palafox Strero t.


Aw r. W il : A isrt. ff, s ~ c,,I hoMe-i15nd4m
n *: i''s-jrofi- Nalch w;1 tralth t'.ai o m
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Irterestir Figures.


ipital of the FIour Grpar Hanks of' the World.


New Arnivals of Spring
assortment, large variety
rom of Ladies' Waists
irgest assortment in thL
Among them the famous
r fit, stvle and finish-in


the land.


This fact no


You may form some
ice at our large exclusive
I they are cheaper than
Ottoo: "SE A-. CHI:\P ANe


I. ILIAY ICR-.XSE I LLbUSINSS.~~


New
Arrivals!


IACE8 AND NMBROIlRIES! Aivas:


Oar Cen.tre Tablt-a ,t .::',aiiir)g beneath a goodly share of t.- Newe-t
T-i.iiL',-- in Laces and Embroideries.
Swi-s Eliing atr: I:ilaertion, Hamburg Edgi ;:a Ld Insertion.
Valticia Lace and Insertions.
MaIacine Trlchion EJging and Insertion.


(itrinan Torc!'on


ApIqiue i..Lc- an:d I lertioi.


LI. ipl-rL"V I.ilitI rita itry 11Ol
rsima rsia:-d hby r, their

*- P~Ii-:(t'l t i-to tt rid their
r Matouda% .lad11 at W;irriizvgorr.
-pIaortatifti- on t ha- dutuaiin'wall
.ikL. He irtri-. ow- oif the fio-it
taul and art i-tieraprater-; (of thi-a
-i. '.a-t.'a rd hi, caon na-c. io witth
l'-: '~ia I:PIro- -. a.11 W h ict) riara-r
a.h -me -as it', flr-,t publici-


Prr'gra ., ., S.-r.: at Sr. Mi.tairl'. Bank of England,
( 'At. ,In ('hL.r'h


. .. $86,047,935


Hlyvw,#-k-servceer at st. Michael's Bank of France, . .
c, .a :, Imperial Bank of Germany, .
%k ,,drs-eiday. Ten,-ttra r, 5 ;5p in.
l1 Vly TIluI'day, Ma.. a. m.: Evening
,a.,.-.7:-,,,p,,,"sgBank of Russia, . .
Holy Cuisslii ni>n will ha- admiai-.ra d At
4:'tat m. (tn -"l I-'riday(:t Ma- of their' Ire-
aictitri-d. na. n. I: -ngtrin aof the pasa-ion. i Total, $1
-Holy w ay of the tn'-r.", p. in.; k .venslg
l ''ot ution11 7:*i' m .
.H.iv '.:atur.a. .I-ion morsa, wall .en- FUIDS HELD Y THE MUTUAL LIFE IISUINAIE C8NPAI N
dictin- fat hr will a ns.,a.t in liaring conie--
-soai. East.r ia rtr F THE PYENT F IT PLICIE, EBER 3tv.1. 1
.1. '. M'CA,- i:iN,. l'Pator. F511 THE PrIiENT OF IT: PILICIE:, DECEINN, 31, IIII,


If Troubled with rheumatism. give.
r.- Tl>i-,-n ia- eon-tantly miak- I Cianberlain Pain Balm a trial. It
.. ili atv.-ment- iIIt he prl-rt will not co-t you a cent if it does no
.-u hy l.. H,- i now tearin' good. One application will relieve
wn the. old building at the corner thpai. -cures sprains and
1I.t.-u- ;Id l .ate(lencia trq--tsand brui-es in one-third the time re-
a .-r.(.-ta h.:and-.n- new residence quired by any other treatment.
SCuts. burns. fro-tbitpz. quin-ey.
'1 a. M.ain Soiiiitn -r- and little pains in the -ide and che-t., elandin-
... r Luci >-. ,-f IDenver. ,'ol.. lar and other -w* lin z- are quickly
K-. x;,-etd t'o arrivohere thi.,after- cured by applying it. Evw-ry bottle
z -. ,na tls 4:1- train tt j,,ik, M rQ. w:irra it .-d. Prie'. '.' and *,' (ti.
::.p,, -, ;n,' ., r. M r-. H iLa.'-. F,,or -.ale- !y Hlartir.t ; 1:r -. a:id all
.-,--r ,,t (' "oa. -n. I'ri.-(l,( t.: m iim ,Itltciie- d'.al,-r-.
a s .. asn ri .' -,Irt-nt.. r
A .- v-.e ..1. 4 ..,,ir. tlni; i


-a- .\1,14.11 and bflxtl. '.I1.%Xl ,t#,*-.
I alit fi ~o mi n r~ati ~ua ~ -s '.'Iii N
'a 'i. i~' t.1Q1 utt--n i -l.a
I'';. *r. at.sa aC!2 -.I-;. W- :H.. as a~h d-


Or SI125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
'Thi' new- ftorm of poalivy of Tinh Mutual Life Insuiran.'c Co'mIpany of
N,'% York. Hichar, A. McCurdl'. President. provides:
Fir--- Th'e SEC''lHITY of 8:104 1.44..537 of asset-.
S.-.,.nd-l'H( FIT''ABI.E INVESTMENT-
hir, -LIB ERAI L IANS T(o TIHE INSU'REI).
l-:\1 e!l'i t.-rrn in-airairce in <-:,-, of lap-,.
A nt, ia ti, puil-u ini-urn i t'. iho t cliha,, ,, o f l,,,li.'y.
l.i iTratl urrend vr v :ivir..
( l :t. ; ]1rioi l i' a'r:ai'" iln Ja:in \ p ia-i t ,at ir-t.liuilii .
t" ',: .: ii ,r iiil,,raii:a ,it i ,1,,I 'V ',,


CECIL WILLCOX, General


Point de Spre!t, Oriental and Plat Val. La,'-e.


36,500,000 -."'' lean:m;alt- H.:an.burg Edging. six yard leI:zlt!,., w.r: t:' ". a at .'c.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin underwear *
' One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmpd and tucked. l.a- I and (, at...I le pair
Sizes 3. 4. 5 and '. only....................................... pairr
O:ni Lot ,'hild' Trimmed Drawers- at ('o-,t Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Oown- at Cor.t Mark.
One Lt Child's Trimmed Skirts at ('<-t Mark.
One Lot Misei' Trimmed Gowns at ('Co-: M.tik.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed ('hemi~ep. worth : .'. for.................:ic each
One Lot Ladi-es' Trimmed Cambric Chemise. wort!; 7.'.: fr.......4-e each
ne Lot Odds and Endss
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to, Clo-e (.)j: a: (',-: Mark Price.
. . . . . .


/nvestigate the Convertible


Ternr Confracts


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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHIH. i' ,. ,I." : .


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Agent,


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JA2 KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.


KREUGER


& KUGELMAN,


*IZWL4O0fESALE GROCERS.-Z*
.\N JN F\YI R. 7,,N'FRII-f ANT~\) N -,roc('i 0OF FANC'Y
i: i1) N EI t)S A N PKI tA L'l-IFES.


Telephone 151.


THE


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STORE.


ALL THE NEWE T SHIlRl WAIS iTS! U





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The CAlebrp.tod "Troejain" W niqtq. t'!a M,-t l'.'.f.," ,: \ Wa:-
: .: .2 ; t ''.> .: -- 'r i. 2 .T :_. $1. T anSd E ..-'. .Q
r 3 r-_BE- _r -_E 5 2 ~-2 CS.-2-5-2-.S~--- -
) B A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.
C -c SS-?5S2 25 S 2SES2ES- 25-2S552S2SSaS2S2525a22SE52s
S()h1r El ire Lilne of" 51 a'i; (ite. Waists f r 1t4. Each.
Ai 'llF -F A\l MAD" WIIH THE SAME CARE AS DOLLAR (OOID.


Just Received!
1t Linen (Hemstitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
S---..Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.- -


.T.s Bm ForI b-es
Z. ...k I- = __ = .. 5' ,


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LEWIS `E e & CO., Sole Agents.

Old QuaKer, Hunter and Pairole Iye Whiskeys.
::--Chesterfield BoUrl con Whiskey.-(::-
_


l'-11-iis I'.p p e tr iiir t XVX'f t r-.' :s li k ~ ~ ~ ~ \' u h : s s !
l#'-!iais,.t sail de-:t-s a,,r


l:apnar il; Bro4'. :are :agenit ftor i), -
V,- ug."', h Cure. Diarrh,,,: It in:
"-(yv and Witch Hazel Salve. T'ly
.':;arintee all three- tf these prepara-
ri,':i and will cheerfulily refund tha-
!,nonr'y to ally one- who us.--4 then
without being benefited. Price "'
c .nts each.


Some folk-' pretences to always
undl-rsell the world are rather tire-
oine. No one has monopoly of
brains and money. It will be a sor-
ry day for thia town when competi-
tion ceases. White's.


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DRESSMAK I( uclK,


H&-.TIi' j I !a-?tin.s. ra'(of %ilk Neck-


RIGULAI


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25 Cents


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$ick Apostle's Restaurant.


Photographic Artist,
204-4 South Palafox St.


- .rt (ardert. Promptly H crL,-d all Hair-
of Day or NiihLt.
F s i and Oysters in All Styles.


ViT' 'sl A ~a'Eulm'


GEO. A. ryw'tr.ON,

Lieyules rid Bityele S52ables.


-Aga-at for Itaainhiir.CievceJand and K."cloJ.
kiiee #-%. a-jix 'aYeatr. a'xpprli~n, S es j a
pairing of flicycle%, (:&,;b k'gi~ts-ro,
fypoawrlterig. (iuna. Et:c. K-s mae- t
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e THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


FREE COCKTAILS ARE SERVED
WbMik Dumped In s Cuom lHoe
sewer Flows Into (Isterns.
CNARLKSTro. April 9.-One thousand
dollar worth of fine Cabinet rye whisky
was dumped into the -.ewer of the cus-
tom bon.,- the other day, while state
constables were trying to break in the
doors. The coistabl,, were making
things so ho-t for trh officials the other
day that 3!4 lnrr<-l, of liquor r could not b,-
removed, and in order to throw aside,-
anspicion th-. liqiur hail t) t1e pmour.
into the .*-w-.r. Th. r.- waj- go much
duampl at w'- that th,- pies cuuld uot
carry it off and am a re-ult a great part
of the stuff WvA forced through other
pipe- and finally drifted into the- ci-t.'rn
from which th.- drinking water wa.-
drawn.
Every cjoler in the building was
spikeded" Tht officials refused to drink.
The water was t-ested and the liquor wa-
in evid*ucte so str.)ngly that the unegr<*
from the water front gut ii droves and
berged for a tast-.
Tbe watiT from t'-e (-ustom, house e;s-
tern ir u'--d at the Clyde Steaumhipe'n. -
pa y'fs ofii(e and the clerk- unnx.-i otck-
tails. Ti- only in(rediL- eed wr.
'ungr and ie and a ila-ih *f bitt'r-. It
wa rivallv- sur!,ri-n1 hw ,tr ug tilt,
drnukc w,.-,e ai.i f i i; ti:a;.- th ta't thut
free drnkL- were l tl )p cr-at. .1 a '*-
tided P lwn.t ion al bt r ti 'u It wai a uova l e-x;-rl 'e,..


-Off" For "*Of."
I always say "I brought it off Jine-a."
and iup to now. t'.iro i;:% -, ('so ,a ,t;itily
liearing 0iieople. L:y lat, t. atl. r .ii luil-
**d (ho' ale i.vs -.-d<] t;o pri'; r, **.. *f-
'.-2 as corffe.t-.t::!k in t ,is a :y.tiim,;:git
It was ri;lg t. Stal t1.:s v .i:li It oi.y
In conversation. \iiltir: to an y o',11
saying 1 ial l1 1 uh1it ":;i1iihiug. 1 s ,-'ul,!
put "*'of J ,oio r "'I',i J,,n-.." I
suppose 'f-:otia Joues-" v#ould bl-c i r-
feetly (-orri-ct.
I have heard this form 4f ?sio.n; in
many different parts of the' coni:itr.%
but inost frelue:tliy, I th:zk, iin a:01
Dear Liverpool.
The use of "'ofr fr "of" an! **"ofT ot"
I common in the u.rlh of Englaud.-
Notes and Que,''i'.s.
A Dreary Thoroesahare.
Of all dreary roads few have such
desolate surroundings as that leading
from Jerusalem. The road winds
among rocky hills which for miles
,eem destitute of every living thing
save occasional flocks of long black
haired gonts and sheep. apparently
eating pebbles and attended by a youth-
ful shepherd. The steep hillsides are
dotted with numerous holes and caves
cut in the rock.-Indianapolis News.
iRules U.- Lent.


All the fa it!,ful wi; a.ive acn-
pleted th< ir twenty-fir-t year anu,
who have not be gun their -ixtieth
year, atnd w hoare nlit exemIpt-d fi iin
the obligation -of fastinti by sickne-s.
hard work or other w. II kn >wni rpa-
sonos, i re obliged to f -t on all the
davy of Lent. ic('ept ; t:itd,.y-.
On those day- buti oti- full mt-:il i-
allowed, which -Loiuld ,:, b- tak tn
before noon.
(Cu-toin al';o)w a ti ru; ,f (,f tT tt.a
(or thin ciocolatf,. aidJ at -111 all piece-
<4f bread or a crack-r, ti I.t t:tikn in
the inorniig: amnd iliite .-eevii uig. a
collation,) not exr'.dI ., the foult')
part of an ordinary met-al. ia allowed.
A t this ciollatiio t i ititr. ,l.t ---.
milk,erg-s and all kiiii.- of fruit.
fi-h and ve r ttabii-- art, allowed.
IVhein the pri ci; :Im tieal (atinot
-without rav,1 i)'c":;ive lii:'t-e"' I1
taken at :i,.)n. it i- tp-rni-p, !)1- to
take the c .ll.a io; n. ti .. in ,ril:
and the diu neli i t:h .-ve-i, it,
Abstinedce r.,in, -'ia tl of ftl-ha
- olinined o4t all ti \V-dn1 d. ;ivy-
and Friday- of L-,n' tri to ,th, S.it-
urday of Ei i.-r \\We-k aid on Holy
kSaturday.
T.e uoe of larJ I- al'.1wed in cok-


Fish and fl--ih :ar nuot allowed at
the same nlial. ev-en on Sundays.
EgEs. cheese., mi k and butter may
be used ev-ry day. but ab)tinence
from all of the-e i- recommended on
".ood Fridav.
Pereans ex inpt g"tomt of fa-tiLn9 a'e not bound by.
lt restriction of using ineNt but
once a day on the day-a in which the
use of meat is permitted iby dispen-
sation.
Children over .ev-t-n year of age
are bound by the law of abstinence,
unless excused by !-icknez-s or other
causes.
The paschal tim". in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
*ends from the fir-t Sunday of Lo*it
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age aie
bound by the precept tof annu.il con-
fetsion. I'a-tor- and parents shotil,
see that the clildr* u comply with
this duty.
The holy -.,e-i1n ,,f I.-hi is 4a ti::,.
of pr.iyer. .i.rro)w fo- s-in. of s-tclu-
bioD fr)mn t!ie world and it- atnutl--
inants, and otf c':leero)us auilll-ivi.ii
By a 'p'ci:al i'du. :t e': tited to ti,,.
bishop. of tht- I :it.ed1 States for teni
years. datii:. from, M.ar:h 1I7. l,i'*
working people. who c:innot pa-ilI
observe th-i ('c1iutla: Law oft the
church. are di-pen-id from the ot
laration of ab-tintic-nee ,:i a( ;days < f
the y-ar ,x.- pt F'rid-iv.. A-hi
Wednesday. Holy Week and Chri-t-
inas -Eve. Ti is d(i-pens iti'nl do-
not e-X'nipt fro'ni the additional 44h
ligation of fa-ting. whert -uch *ex--
ikts. nor doe- it :iuthol izt- th- tii-, ot
fi i aniid fl'-li t thle :- i Imeal. It
nocludes however,- not oi. V t t ind-
vidual workmen ill wio-*- favor it i-
igrante-d.blut ailt th un ibt ro- of th,';i
fami ilipes .ai w. I n r- tmi li it i- t-x-
pect,-d that tlhq-e w'o :tv iil then-l-
-elve- ,'f tl i! indllt wil i*-1tv,.r to
e-nt-r into to .- -pirit of th!. ,olyv -t*a
,on oit Itent by voluntary" ac; I nior-
tification. pi-iiance and alwh-invit:. A.
Inost rprai-ewotrtlhy custom i- that os
abstairinig dtrint_: Lent fritin -tTin::-
lants, in honor osf She -.tart d i:ir-t, I
our divine Savior.
Those who -nte-rt'i, any re.:.otn ,-
ble doubt about tht-ir ,oll_.1,tou t.
fa,-t or abstain. otiit t,, ap;'Ily t .
their pastor or gonf-,ssor for advice
Emi A.I>t P. Ai I 'N.
lisho;" of Ml.-Ib e.
Mooile. Ala Fe-bi nary e;. it *'.
A beautiful a.-.'rtmi',ti of *, o;d
75 cent- spring s.iL:t? at W'i:;:t -.


Queen Victorta and Lady Roberta.
Lo.%DON, April 7.-A member of par-
liament tell" a charming story of the
quten and Lady Roberts. When Lady
Roberts visit*'d Windsor a few days be-
f ,re sh, ..ailed for the Cape, the queen
haud,"i her a small ptr .*l. rqun.tiug
her n.t to opt n it till sh,. got homine.
la'i.y Rol. rt, fl',undl that th,- parcel cn-
tain"-ul th.- 'i.toria cri,. wn,: hby hrr
dtidi s ,u by hi, gallan!try at C *l.-use..
Threatened the Iteeord*.r.
ATI.ANTA. April 7.-Dred Crumpton
and Iila Wilhaiui-. hb th i.ner, .s, havy,
1t,.eI! toouun' ov,.r to the superior crimi-
nal court tin the charge of sending a
threatening l-,tter to Judget Broylh-, re-
,torder of the p- *lit(e c urt.
Avreged the Slight.
A rich Prussian banker who had
li.ught his title of "v'on" ly some
mrI'anis or other miannageil to s|tl'ze
Iiis son into a rezgirnent of the guair-.s.
S*inc-e a.l:nitti-,l. lie %v:is of cour.-'e treat-
t,: lby the otiwr '-ilicers as (one of theim-
s\ ,'vs. ( tin uly the Ibanker gave :i
s peudid dinner, to which lie invitctl
through his sori all thel o'Iicrs of the
ri',;ii'I sa .e one, a very nice fellow.
\\)>, Ih, ,weVx T. \'%a nr.t n,,In i., hav:i ii:
not ari;.ttr:tlic "vou" Ilreuiixed to Lis
z:a iie.
All a 'e*-'pteil thl i'l\it:ltiIn,. perfectly
In l,:al lb,-'n so i,:i.lly tr.hatl. Wh\n., how-N
uvvr,. trihey took their se.:lts at the table.
tl' aI.- ( t I icr i)Iiiitlale was im-
n,', e! l;ie f:lt t, tht e hlie I. l.o said in a
i: \'Voi-e. ".\!h. you Si 1\\0 tre coin
t1o lIv ciitre noins toi!'iht, a really se-
l,,,'t pa:rty. yo-I 'l .l ow."
""J'thell \\ ::nIst tot di.turb y)u."
said thie s,,:ii,' r ot.icr present. rising
from his cl:;:ir. a nil oin- anf!er another
te, giar',!s;'en solmiiinly ilil out of
the r )inii. tii:< a:!i ply \' v cii' n, the
sl;cht to) v in'h nn i!ie.r iof their regi-
iitut had been subjected.


Gas Over the Telephone.
A lady of the West village decided to
have a telephone pllaced in her house.
At about the same time she also decid-
ed to have a gas range put in. After a
family consultation she instructed her
daughter to order the telephone. In
the conversation both the telephone
and gas range had been spoken of. and
the daughter apparently became some-
what confused, as will be seen by the
following letter which she wrote or-
dering the telephone: "Dear Sir-We
have decided to have a telephone plac-
ed In the house. Please give It your
Immediate attention. The house Is
noit piped for gas. but the street is."-
Winsted (Coan.' Citizen.
Wa'*. Mighty Lever.l Machinery.
Taking all the manufactures of the
'nilte-d States in Iil.Ni. barring some
oi:is,-iutis in rriporti:n;; horst'epower, it
is fouil that the tt:il horsepower was
in roziintil iiu:mbe,'rs ('.quu iovm. eetivalent.
to the lalo.,r of ;;i;.40wu.o< men. while
,,:ily 4.17;. 4 prlsoins ,were, employed.
the supp;le!;ienLtal labor having a ratio
'iui\;iahl-rt to ') to 1. Ilor-"t.,o\vetr used
in iii;tanuf:actures liialetit tlo ;;.t .-
I ,N i'.1 '!J i' | -II' rst' s a poi), ul .1 on of
Is oo":o.04"I-i i tith,r w\\ ,rn ,. if the prod-
UI-'s of tile i;i:ini;f:ilu 'ilriilng ,staItliislh-
Il' is ailoiI. of ithi l :ittil Sii rates iin
l O % ti had Ia.e:i .1- ,'lur'i .l liy tlih. uhl hani
II;'tio wiws w ilo t I1 :01 (Ofi o o p \l 1r I!:1--
'hl iit i ry it '\\ i:11 l.\ i r'(]0 it ;r) il a poeft

tili.iii.i. fto e'st.'. Ithe prof sioi s or
\\ P":i t! i;i I) ;i. la.'s I.Ma I 'u:It l -'.


F'I:hy L.u"rre.
"II:ilf th,1 !,:i;..r 1:1. Q I t i,.:riiLta ing in
the N\, st." s'i s an 4 :.:ali:t itn. "**is
n tI' ;!:i.! t;II.z ';. O ;S to lt<;hi. It is
tilthiy I tI cn' t INe hI.ive l,';i:I nII,tyiv' Vlhat's
the ust e of hr l ii:JIp: p ,;>: ) pi ., s; "',rily?.
Printin doesn't cost IIot-hi. e\Vt outiht
to have a Iuoniy fac-ory somewhere
west of the Mississippi. New money
should Ite on the barl:llun counter of
all western banks. If the bubonic
plague ever Ktrikif-s this country, our
pa]ier ci'rrenc-.y will lat nall re.-cords of
rats as gorin catri-it-ris. A dollar bill
(-an do nmore than te1n rats. It moves
In better society. The $1 bill will make
the bubontic pli.uane as easy to get In
the homes of thte rich as in the hovels
of the loor."
A Ball Bearing (on.
liriin ('yI,-I .' Cuilti oif Warren. Va..
has inhven; - large proijectil'es in whiih the spiral
nroovos in ithe bor' of the piece are
fitte'I with kial lT.:tne:is. This causes
l'ss fri'ctio in the it <' .- of t the nis--
-ilh. fronM Th'' gu!:. .111s !we claims that
the project. -'. sl-iug thi-i;s h.-ss retard-
ed. wiU go far;hlir and fasMtr.


W 110 n vo u wa tt ., ill; -tIlInzti. 1 toh-aI
4himrn .Eoilsre -i cuit, why rI'ti
try Barne.:Baly- wilxcri i~g'artwe d
thoa mlo-t ical:: Z ei:*110111ititthe


The Ne~w C(''ihmhi:A il-hirt, is
('m-fckerj aek : t J -a' inew -prii r.,
s-tyles at W! I

The nicest awd most siqi7-
I.s/it lilie Of a1%'cnd miat-
tini rj.- ei T,' e 71 7*/''ted in Pell -
Xa ClaTl. a t Th' I-stop 4
Fin cit shl.12/hn iture -c ii ue.
Stioc'raia- .- T v F:in-N i 0 n~mvy I,,

At (C. I TLomp.,i'se~i.
C!'a~- L.:Ie P.tcIaper. and

f-Bmrd's aeni::
Invrt~iti-ii 'e:- 2 and1-: eop.

Pa,~r Eiiii--Ce. Cret'!t-. Et.. with
A ..ein-iall a Z'11t@--,it s4i satioimerv.


Women



Think


About This

In addressing Mrs.
PMkhalm you are oam.
fnIun-ating wih

A Woman
A woman whose expe-
rienme In trhteaatgfomae,
IVo Is giaS thi hat
of any vihg person, mas
or fem oIe.
She has fifty thousand
smoh test. mnial lters
as we aree o0na9tly 0 ai-
lihIngshownygthat
E. Pin khaer's Vegetable

E,.VCg.,LyNn,
.- -pound Is daffy re
lieg iag hundreds of suf-
ferhig woena.
Every woman knows
some woman Mrs. Pink-
ham has restored to
health.
Mrs. PInkham makes
no statements she .cannot
prove. Her advice Is
from Lydia E Plnkbam
f eW Mcd. Co., Lynn, Mai&


Clarke Superior Court.
ATHENS, Ga., April 7.-Clarke supe-
rior court meets Monday morning. The
criminal docket is heavier than it has
been in many years. There are three
murder cases to be tried-Frank Derri-
ootte, for killing John Batiste in a
drunken row a few weeks since; Phil
Baugh for killing his mistress, and Sam
Baldwin for stabbing a negro named
Hardin several months since. All these
parties are negroe. There are in addi-
tion to these about three murder cases
and a number of other felony cases.
Progress of Chess Tourney.
TLNDON, April 7.-The second round
of the tournament of the ehessmasters
and amateurs, held under the auspices
of the City of London Chess club, was
commenced yesterday, the committee
having altered the days of play. When
an adjournment was taken early this
morning five games were finished as fol-
lows: Blackburn won from Jones, Teach.
mann from Ward, Passmore from Guns-
berg. Tiet'n from Ia)man and Lee from
Physick. The gamn between Mason and
Lawson was adjourned.


Charged With Attempted Bribery.
ATLANTA, April 7.-Charged with at-
tempted jury bribing Detective David S.
Looney and William M. Bradley, form-
erly a justice court bailiff, have been or-
dered to appear before Judge Lumpkin
Monday morning and show cause why
they should not be attached for xmnteinit.
Wild Over Cotton.
ASHVILLF, Ala., April 7.-Thiscounty
is going wild ou cotton. Thtr, has b.,ni
an increase iu the sal*- of guano. The.
wheat crop is looking well, but oats will
be scar-e, as the hirg.ar portion of the
crop was killed by cold weath.er.
.John (odmnan iDeadl.
BoSTON., April 7.--C-ptain John Coxl-
man, famous advoeato of free ?hips and
free trade, is dead in his eighty-sixth
year. He was known ias advocate of
free ships and free trad,a and wrote for
many periodicals.
An Old Negro Murdered.
WAYc'aROSS. Ga., April 7.-An old, ne-
gro was called from his home at Hasty,
in this county. Thursday night and shot
down by unknown* parties. Two load -
of buckshot were fired into his body.
Gardiner and uantry Matched.
SLnt'IsVILLE. April 7,-The Nonpreil
Athletic clab have received Oscar Gaarcb-
ner's signature to articl-s for a 2u-round
c nutest with Eddli. Satnrry *,m.e tiue
during the sea-,,'u in Luisville.


lir,-e r .-nii< .'.c-.
NIw xv i:;.\\-, .-.\.! .-Alfred C.
G(;r'rt,. in-mbt r .t' :: h-rt- firm
of .1. 11. '..nl,,r & .. i;n-ilft al r
t., ,,ltr"a ,'-r r,, h. *,:'fi *-! th.'
t. Ch! .trrl>, iti l to.,is-. II'1 d: .^i ,.ot

WAITED.
Wanted t key all kiouds of :.coao
laid Faraitiur, imrcbudise, ic.
Address Beo 142.

CHEW &twUTICE l=
NEITHER the captain,owners
nor conig nees of the Port bk
LEmella Elvera will be respon-
slble for debt contracted by
the crew of. said vesol.
ANTONrI UONtCAHo ,
Baars, Dunwody & co., Captain.
Con.ianepp. 464t


'T'BE CHOIOES'r
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF
WI IsIES, wrf l;,:.




'=BRP.RS, ETC.,-:-:-
IN WOol) AND" tLASS. LAR'iE <)I -M.\Ir. L \
--A" THE-


vs :,


SAL00I


4) ,..t~ I-..,, m.~ -i*- *:.~ N
a .aa'iai *I.'P~* -'


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


PE~iNNLAYD F1.so'AEWI: i A' )

h~YMA Ili. \o I-KN"
A ILA N"I A 1;1.''!;JV IN ('(1,N! 'A~


A. M. AVERY,
i rMPO'()RTER AND JOBBER OF

I--aI rd. ware,
Lron, Nails, Axe-.. Hhovels, Saw Mil and steambnat 4upp:les. (' k
and Heai;ng Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Gla.;.
Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
Gans. Pistols and F!shing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company. I tver-, o,-t
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Ra:
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klaf and Buck'-~-:. v
and Rangea, Wm. Coupe ACo.'s Raw Hide LaeI Leather, Masury's Rea4y
Made Railroad Colorsn.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


NICOLA CASSA, T DR. MOFFETTS AllaysrritatimeAidsODigsti.-
l RTe e ten a' the
R.*. ITHI ststhe I
Fruits, Candies, VetabtIg g Makes Teething Ev,,
Emlit, Caiiicl, Vigt eU, J' BS" (Teething Powders) TEETHIlNA Relieve, the 9.,.,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Price.. Cos cts at Drm s, TroubI ChAdr.
Cor. Tarragona and Zarragosa -ts. Or mail ..,rents toC. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


WE HAVE THE ONE YON WANT!
Whether vou w.,nt a hig one.,
a *mall one, an expensiive~ tir tn titeh p (on .
We lhave a great variety for .vl* or rent Tih-
he't tof them are luxurious. 'li he cheape-.t
are good.


I)WELINeG0t FOlR RENT.
No. ~ '.4 W.t4aiidnere',7ouna
story).. .
No. 10111 Eui lth .tbtreet, .5 roona... i it-.at
W ililm *13 49)
No. .111 We'tt Ln~atts trapt. 4 ruionis. (1
story) .
%'o. iVol i't it olmoint .1 re-. 7 rtooms.
4 1 -torvi-. P.'
No. Em Fit h Iiu~vci-f roott, 5 rooms~. t I
ston' i ne-ar [bA ilssqun- e 13.10A
N o. 41.1 End it Ce ,tq tro'ct. 4 rOonu' Ii
utory )~5
So.i~We- Belmiont .atr'e't.6 rooms. il
story '."* i10 loi
No. III Wt-%t 4ervaut.-A %.troet,7 room-..
r.atoryl .:!),
Cor. lHeusi andi L&tU&itrtse-ri, ls rooms.
fIi story w~ i
No.2913oit h Spi Ing stroe't. f6rooini.,
.No. l$w Noirth IeVi1111cr,. stre.-Z. --) roorils
i I *tory ) -....ie.
Nqo. :01 h. Intondencia stricet. 5 room%.
,Iistory i'tll
SNo. 7 North staringi stropt. 5 rtuowi-.
4 'orne-r t;itrd- Rilla]iD i lh~ii -r. 4 r oi
i I stor) !-7


soe'v.ralI yj Is I I or jqa. II: 'n ja -it111.- ,1 ..- 11
surng tier It,%c-h ilt?-


T. os. (. Ufatso0r 9
REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insura
AGENru,
No. 1 South P;,lafox Str-e
I'ENSAO I.A. .FLA


DRINIK LION BEE


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Endors-d by all Phyvici;,in
only BHe r ab-olut-ly iret fi '.'i
t-ratioin.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agen


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was an ANCIENT who,, used
to burn wood.
i- for BILLS that ,he paid
when tie could.
was the COAL that i.# after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in not using
gas.
is the GAS George used in his
stove.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
i.s the INDIAN: he doesn't
use GAS.
cannot u-e it. for J s the'
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
i6 the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.
is the MONEY, saved by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW, the beat time for
a change.
i. the OFF"ER the Comnpany
minak s.


is the- PROFIT, d.,n't make a
mistake.
i- for QIE.S-TION: no ,qnves-
tiol at all,'
is the I-ANG(;. y'u -i. uld
buy befor- Fail.
ik tli SAVING; yiU n.>ake. if
you do.
i- the TIME i:;. Ti;') h;I.lE
saved -. too.
i- til,- INI N ,.f C..mfort
a i th r.'t.
is VEXATION, n w (it it

i' .' .. M ..:;v;i. in

u;Ii -i hr-. i l, r- to, buy at

i- f..r YO('. pl ..a- b-.rve a-

is ,;ir ZEAL t -u'':ly yu
witi: (i.A .


GAS RANGES $13, ConnCt d Frc.


PENSACOLA. 1 UUU0tLVUlL I VUV
Try It. On T p ati c alUon0. NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


F. C.PIll'NT.


W31.It K -'N %V 1,F S.


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First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES,. W. A. B
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ILOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K HYER. J".
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A-We dri-w oar own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Briamr:. Ir- ;
Germav:y. Francs.. Au-tria, Italy, Holland, i*pain. Belgium, Ra-u:: .t y
way. Sweden. Denmark and other European countrie.
gW"mVessels Dtsbursed upon the Moet Fanorable Terrta. aid t.'*:
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destmnation Ten or Fifteen itvy
iftei Vessel Arrives m ore.
W'Safety Deposit Boeme for Ret in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the UN
of Reuters.


THE ORIGINAL--


ST. L5m3


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler.

13 HUSKIES. 1BRANIDIES WIlES. IMPORTED 10 1
PFal Jones ant EcHO Sprinlgs celcra.l ,A -
TRY i BOTTLE OF CELERY 16,:4]
PHONE 134. : : : : 1 \ 1. ,",
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fro.* IDllv.ry to Any Part of ttb- '
4-Ai; orders left at The Office, Vidtal & sm:t2 .
at:t0as e: to.


AL IATIOR


fSOLE GflES FOR


Milian Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

SGeneral Metal Workers.


Celebrated Mcilan Seamless Turpentine Still.


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Arne4 tout tail u Vwthinka*- 'itthe'c untl
I .. i )tn r-wt- j ve- II 1ja .n l..-rla.i-ani
:a. he r -ta r' ..a i i: rI. i a'.-. w have4
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ACTS GENTL.Y ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSESTHE SYSTEM

D pt '5-,EFFECTUALLY,



H4BITUAL C0oNS-iITIoN
PERMANENTLY
fT5 BENfr -toCTS.






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At t..empt-ato, R'olb e (ei: i-te a nf~e.
w\I aizLN'. !,i~.. A Iril I ..-Aix at-
tt'inip! '%%-:I- .111 I a 1A.-w qot eeel thf,' anft.
1i : a .11a1 a a t Y l~ S, t. iallivR an at thte
!'':,- TVa Ti!- l paa' I ina' r t.m't lire kk.' ae
tll. -I.!t a ,C -IIa ndCI 011 t, hall anax. lie'
.t It 'I 11a0' t, aRaai- a.jo.and with
aie- xa :ala x, W"'tra 'Cli !xt l wx roke the.
c.~ jii ;,;i.ti. i )-iaal leaa att, !o "aftfe fromtinit-

II,'.kesmi cm in'ei'le tot Death.
Am I.%\ I ota Aprmil 7.-WV. M. Au~eit, Ia
bn '- ay '.C1 t ic (".1anti. (if a t ~ rgia
raln ow'ls ewaid ita in'a'txlatr cat t lht.-'Yardl crew'a.
Vi~- ilel I i'.ii t-liet~il'tatilicoupe..
a I-lx ca r. ll'. Ii-.f,. et caug tiw i t t In au o a
t'w'ch hiri'cl11#-16 1111 Cle..apit&. hiq.
uja ati hte'r thit'who-C'AlSatthe' ba cur
p~ma". aa'i l' l Iii he ai'

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tha la NI~.a1, figaaJ2hglt, con.i
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'L tit anwl iQ po-itiv'ely If-e
v i.'r;. ru fluitml ir Se a i an1kd
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PROGRAM FOR THE REUNION
, (General .M1orntan Approves the 'Work.
Sthe ('ommiltt.nday Ball
LoVs:'. ILLE, April 9.-G-(tn,-ral (;- E rg-e
M.rm Ain, adjutentt g *u'-ral of th- .ttl-d
C :f-.l-i. ra, v "'r..:N-. .- -n Irhr for -A'--
svt r! iaay.- I. :. '.rri: with the Dti: T- m w-
vill,- rin,,: :: : rt n rRard t., the -
reun'nl : : :- t. !ii mlI-n'e .on May
30. u. xt. -,A;-;r w, days lotikil-og GAfJovu a 2, Nr 3rE
. ov(r t::;i-*..-; whibh has- alrea'dyv een
i..:- i con- hpley Light Infantry.
mitt,., iV l.i- itHivi. find ox"K:r ,..l,: in
fortniubLtin; la!.ti- for thev. w-rk which
wiUl rtipy' t t'ilVtwe t-n -.Vw andW the *
dit, >f the ru;.:i .i. The Chipley's Intend to Mfakp thiI ill the Bizcest Stice:-z of any
Th,.y: have trt :r wrk wt1llin hand and they have heretofore given and will spare no expense to that e:d.
plansa- :r, Ir.-::yiv fully maede fir the car-
ryin, ,.r ,t every :,-eaura in:i',:. ct L'..CAnfe.,h rnte hall i. nearing
c, n:pl-ti an:d will b tnii.-Jed in about -
2J t1-lI-. "THE OLD URTTA DL."
Law r t,-..hlavt bea nw set'red and ar- THE OLD ABL ."
r:'uent-r- bav" been made for tLhe
coaimfort ot the vet.-rans while here.
(Gu. MIrmin cominmiends the thought-
fulnCe o-t tha' canunmittee in securiung a W Mu l l e r
band fir (tach ditvi-ial in the parade. .
H. :. apprv.-s th' (di-ClSiou of the Uloice Fam ily Groac lBes, *.
col:ir:ltt- that the ll.rande will be -0 ar-
ra;ngdl that the old veterans will coun-
t-rniar.Ml, se that they'W cu sete each 44 .ur, IMeal and Food.
other (u.:ing th" I .r:tde.
A Trick Thai Woon.
A few weeks ago a pretty little Pa- Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.
rislau actress was apIlKaring at a the- _


ater in G(e'ne\a. the pilay a tall. wtll dissed l m:an sent
In his ,':irl au id.o l Ic ;'l .-i(.in to
thali:k !.Lr por',,n;ally fr Ith,' pIlhtasu -r'
that her lo.rfiirt::itc.es L.1ai gi\fla i to)
him. ,II.- .int ietainikled her at sni;~u 'r
alIdl -'.,'l p-le i--.a| l 10 11 Set lt. 'r nil" 1 a t

S It ri\t > v. i'1i :: ; 1 1 L. l ,o w I:!:-
ryti'_' :: t:,r!i.a l l, io- i ,lia 11' t,. l l.,.r C L,:0 : Ie. !hi:i 1 t 'l. .r1 i u e!a f
t'c L I t al.e:'. :. a .ims :;i I ':a'I mIi I
w\! ;l:,, i: t hl' eli,' I. ,:h w ith !i pr [t'"ss
ait l. ] Ir m I lit ;.'. 1 a ;i i: n !. ;I t ;ia'
l':tri''. la .a'. ;i :,-'a .,;:-hai .<;t eaf tla-
I '':I t '-- Ill I' I : l- t .' l I (a Iti to I 1> a' !'' t'.
anicl -! fa'IInil a I:l';iili iac'lnt 'alrri:ztc,
at tlith st;itilm. A tii<' li:)niier fillotwi'd.
The. girl w:.Is iltin]b wvithl astiiis.!-
ni '-lt. llr hict toll lher ttit it '.v:nis
nill far tht- s'aket of hit s brother. whoml
Ih' lo\fed l'n-;'ilv. andl he spoke patth't-
icnily of tihe b.iautifuil boutiiuet that
she carried land which was made lip of
t!,owr ,s culleil In the garden of the old
honi'stcad. She offered him the botn-
qCic't iii-tlintly. and he accepted it with
a thoti!e-ail thanks.
Now sihe has found out why she was
treated so well. She had b en the
tniians of smniizallng watch springs to
the value of $1,
LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
And iDelegateso Itotie C4unty Conven
tion at Powelion, April 14.
Fallowintg are the candidates for
the legi-lature and the list of dele-
.gate- to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton, April 14. en-
dorsed by the Workingmen's Dino,-
cratic club:
For lihe Legiclature.
C. Moretio Jones-.
If. C. Cloipton.
IIlegate- to County Conventimn.
Pr-cincit 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
PIuii. E. A. Cre-cille. WVin. Carmi-
c'!I-,l. Tho-,. G. lIivr-.
I'r-clni: ;:;-J. V. I. ( tni.a. Ar-
;':iIr J >!,!,.-.... J. ( A v#-.ry. J. %Vhit-
inl', H l 1.I;-. .:.s. i, Sw'e n -v.
k'r-.i'cl l--(;ts- Ei' .e'n. J. E.
hi:mr-s. A. r. Zlie-, H. Cr. II,-Silv.m
Ja Fl; *rAt..
l'r,-,.mc'a t l,'--Th-,,. Jehil-, i. Jah.:t
f'. Jet:d -. rF'. E. ; 4 lllllVi'll-. X'V. A.
I): .hI,:iin, H. A. Water'-. 14m-tf
(~t A LIICATION
Of' V eer,. in Dfintieratic I'riimar
Elein > AIpril 10th. 190o.
All white IDIr'iepr:its who are r-ze-
ister,-<, and wo,, havepaiid th,-ir i,,l
taxe-' far itn. a.la s 9 : ;lld :;-!t<.
Th,'-a ;>er-,:-; llmtt vote in the
pric inet w!,.ir'- they ar,' reistered.
ll l(--s tr:;Ii-.!. 'real 1e foare tr'e el ."'-
C vii!y t ,.c'".i, r\i i-ar of -egi~ tra-
Vt'.-.,'- w. a !ihave' r.n'a cived fr'an
I'l'k ;a;' a'I' r '; aae .:m.ath. +! e ..ij:i, I! + i
-I' .,. ,' ('aa I,,ii |I.' tr .&n-lf- ;,1A
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COFFEE, CO.FFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Ifare 10"1 fr7e1 Sivan.'"
I )o:ci/,rj.' It v's the u'hitest
zai; su.(acEfst on lthe .4meri-
('an markAet, in barrels. half
,barrels. 2.' pound and 12
,Iou d sai'ks, whiole.,ale and
retail.
Try J)ela tour's Ginger
.4le: best Mineral Waters
on the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
.S1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly Roasted
(Co/fees.,
.T. JS. Af'HUGH,.
i 'hole0eale and Retail Gro-
cer. Phone 105.


Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


Co Palafox and Zarragossa Streets,
. -:- PENSACOLA. -:- P.


0 Box (f.


SOMETHING NEW

E EVERY DAYY
o-- A.T'--


502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Telepo xioxio 83B.

AlPatrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Vi-it and Inspect
their Immerse Stock.

TIME TART.E.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IRATTRLOAD.
IN EFFECT JANI'ARY *27. 110).
No.6. No. 2. No. I. No. 8.
12:45 noon 11:21 p im Leave. Pennaeola .....Arrive 4:1.5 p In .",:I a m
2:15pi 12:. a night Arrive ...Flomaton Arrive 2:45 p I 2.3'i5 am
4:12 p in 3:06 a m Arrive ..... Mobile ...Arrive 1-:i' noon 12':2' night
X:: pmn 7:44>a in Arnive. New Orleans Arrive 7:.~1am 7:4.'5pm
6:IN0 pm in :1) a In Arrive.. Montgomery Arrive 11:2I a mn ::.0 pm
*ei.' a m 7:101p m Arrive Na-liville ..Arrive 2;21 a in m a amn
12:25 noon 2:30 a m Arrive Louitvill- .....Arrive :12 pm 2:5 a ni
4:05 pm 7:05 m Arrive-.. ncinnati Leave 6:45 p ni 11:0 pm
js&-'rw&EN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 2l. I No. 8. No. No. 2. No. '2.
II:.55night 7 :t4i a ...... ... Pensacola .ll:'W p it 1 1:.i p m
12:5xnight 7:: a m Milton I : in .5:'* Ip inI
4:1$a ni e'. a in 1'elFuriitnk Mpriring :.; p ill ": 2 p ni
'*::na I 0:3:4 a ni hiipley p' : I p in I 1:- 7 p III
7 :(J a m 11:15a in tM aii 11nn111ii I 1i I 1-'.';1 poVl'
:15 a !i 12:;' noon l: !v r .Junction pl ..; p iI I i':-':I n i
...... 1 l13 p in l' Hlliahm e .'..;
...... ... 7:2. ) p m .lacki.- nvil :. -'." in



TI: OIlllliAN EILW UI IlRs,


S. A. FRIEDMA Prop.
AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK' K HEN HARDIN S0Ii? MASH.
VERY FINE; lFRIEIDMAN'S CEI.EHRATED OLD 'R'VATE
,-TOCK. 12 YEF:AR 01.1); OLI) SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERF('CTION OF PIRIi'Y. AND
LOTS OF OTHER 'RANDS WHICH
Sk'AC'E WILI, NOT PERMIT
TO' MENT'0 ION.

g T"'The Large-t an;d h-t selt.-d Stek o 1, { H \V. -ky ;ahl
Wines for Family I's0.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
'W"Also- Azent for the I",pitr u ; tPah-t M lw:i~ike l1.. r. Fr, I )-liv-
ry to every Part of the City.


P. 0. lcx 41",,


PEN'.''I.A.FL.A.


JOHN McDAVID,
' CURE YOURSELF: REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
SRE. I h. l' t f .r "
tts '.-.I :,-"h C CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
a" 't .o.r. 'f L 'I 1 .. "' AND TIMBER LANDS
sT FAtt C se -t r p.... FOR SALE.
u S t bpia r,, n .a I boans Plieed at Reasonable Rates.
cr"' .< a L.r ..W:I r "4 East Government street .


OUR


NAME'S


PANTS !e


Said about W&O pairs of
long legged. sl ort legged,
slim, fat, pus-y, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
60(i pairs of pants in one
day is a good many. but
what about thenm? "Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimnere pant-. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good ca.silnl re pant?.
Some are t!: rre, dollars a
pair. good va a 'asiiinere
pantt. Somn. are two.
three aian four dollars :*
pair. good wor-ted pant-


buy p,antx ifor (arer-


tisinf purp/oxes-t,, sound

cheap. I 'e hy ood pants,

pants that are made of

good goods: pants provided

with all the comforts of

h ome; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(to watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see

if she is Iet/ing half of

yomur income pistol pockets

an d re/'eshiien t /,ockets-


WE S[EL AI*




W6m P111,

Slid as a rock, ,lain ,r faicy pat-
tern- foir $2.).' tl,-it t w ill I...p' t an bl,-
hrliil 11mail nI-y i !.t- nd (d"y- te,
wear thie-i oil*t i, ,a v- .. ii,1 fii,
1:4*i..'', <'aI;l' tie'w f.I,!" a t' --itelra '
paiit-. l~;a;,'


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Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL 03OES SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

S> ooms for Rent by the Day, W(eek or Ionth. :
3Vi, 312 Korth Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot.
O-Telephone 68.---0 .. il ,I
--.GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.:- -,- 'a- a" ; e' -t .' -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. \ atr.ni/.z, u Pl:[. it
FRESH VEG[TIBLIS REGiIlVi DAILLe. HL [ A I All RETAIl.


If allo 1 'ii 'm ifl'nrat C
atC tI~a'ii.'l1naoliicoc


Pensacola. Florida.


ua w,' r-te
nni;,ely .Treat.
p ty-.


h irt. ,' it A I
h o-.rfattt--r


CO.


The Bi! Dowi Taoa Ciother?,

509-511 8. Palafoz St.


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CHICHLSTIERS ENGLISH A
FENYROAL ILL;,THE
!EN orlieusl;!tI-r..-tThese tiny Capsules ire superior
for CI(H ERIN lNi 'Hto (lam~Of Cpi
In KED ai "aIiGd n.J:-w*.17 N -X pal
sao o'b.a ak. tber. Kvtuae Ct'bebsand .Injections
a eeemebotsmutie. and Imla i l
ma n wo r P t e l u T ra ilm~e a l .l u i e m i h m
pal e.'~(h~eir(ela .V1I~ SOLD B L M I


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THE OAILY NIW: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


UNIN TIMON OF


NICARAGUA CANAL

oesmary Territory Is Said
to Have Been Secured.

COKES FROM WASHINGTON

Statement Made by Admlni-tration
OIBl-al That the I nited %tat.es Ila-
Praetically .Acquir.-t .trip of Terri-
tory Near <(r.-ytowmu aud Brito.
WASmIO';TO., Apr'. a -.A' .,'4 :.:1 t
the aduini-stratin 1- auth r.'y : .r :r
Ftatment that arran'-in-wu' hav 'Xv.- .;i
pra'ticaly '-. u ::Li.,- w-th lh, t : v ri-
anent*<4f C.*a R: a ani! Nt ,.r.t7-.- :
ialqu iition i1v rh. I ,-: 1 'at.- t
ntr p of t .rn. .rv 1.> :ml.- w "

Nirt-ra in and l il> : r :
Re( r llrtir.l *! :n \V i.K.'k r. : :, :
of the l-th:i.:.t:: ..' i: ",!i:-: "
sounded rb I'.-*-ra1 .!I -a: .1.
Mn a-t t the at; :a h.'-v w *i:. i '.
ia the .vent ,.t at ,rit'Ir.r .: ..v U'i : ,
tiMilijvernntnwnt I ,kuL~c t. t.'- :~
thim of th. .r r :T' y rv 'ii
answw he r',h ivd v.r. :--r..'.
antataory chary', r.
The detr.nmiitri: '* '
Ovfmt it R'a-i and .;ra;i:' *:.'
indicato-d ttat .*f 'r ',' ti2,l'itt ,, \ ";.
nemubers -f rth., L-.rhuan ,:;
the prewideut <'une t ', th.-, ; '. l i
the body would und'l,.i't.tllv r.-' ,:,:i.
the nornrt. *n ,of th- N-ari. :. i
rather than the Pa:iama ,a:i.t:
WHEN TVAIL E.I%(.
Whether on pla-ure b-:.t .,r bu-1i
nes., take oin every trip a b,,i:.- 4f
Myrup of Fira. a% it act; nmo-t plI- ,-
antly and rffectually on the k'dneys.
liver, and bowelk. prv-ntin;: f-v-r-.
headache. and oth,-r foru,- of -ic.k-
noe.. For -ail* in U'> cent bottl'- by
all leading druzgiste Manufactur.d
by the California Fig Syrup Co.
only.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. Star Ltun-
dry.
Both Are CoaAldd t.
BiamwzMaiAx. Ala.. April W.-Frionds
of both Senator Morgan and Goveruor
Jomatomn, rival caudidat~e for the United
taem menatorship, which is to be voted
on at the coming primnares to be held in
this sat next Saturday, ar tech oodfl
dens. They claim that they see victory
head for their favorites.
Sir Th mas Lipton


Was, and i4, a typical Iri-'.:.-:: ,-ani
a genuine si'ort-nimn. but h- i ali-4
a celebrated mn tnufactur-r of chiic-
gastronontic'al daintio-. and a n,,t,-d
connoisseurand importer of fie tea.s,
that have t,-cme famou- thr,,uztI-
out the civilized world. J:tcoby. tt,-
well-known grocer. ha- ju-t received
a large coi-iinment of o,:r T! '.: *n:
celebrated tea-. and c,,rdi.tily iii-
Sites thile lover- f good tea to, vi-it
hi- place and inspect and 'e-t t!h -ni'
He has also, jjut received full liii-
of Bremnei'- c-elebrated Cake-. (a;t-
ham Cracker-.Che(s0 Bi'cuit. o.it
meal Irack ers, etc.: D-,d-zou-B R:suni
ManufacturinCt (',,' fatnu- Je-l.i.-.
Jams., Pickle-.. etc : National HIi--
cuit Co's Cho, t- -trawa. Cracker
Meal. etc : Kn-rnedv'y Bi-cuit- at.dl
Wafers-; Wurz-n Bi-cuit Mi'uf:t'
tory's Vanilla Wafr-ii- Ger :ati :
Auger's (.'rman Golden Seal Ez:z
Nudeln; Arcadia Packing C,,'.
i .vaporated Apples. Peach.s- an.Ith-
Sr fruits. A !ira!l lot of th--.- fiie(t '-
ives in 10-ceint bottles is -till in stock.
The "Little Giant" Coffee Roaster
is still on deck. running day aiid
night at the rate of a mile a minute.
to fill conMtt'ntly increaoinz orders
for fine Coffee". Those who nave
not recently vi-ited Jscoby'-. should
not fail to go and in-pect his enor-
mnous stock of everything in the
shape of eatables and food products
displayed in profusion In every de-
partment of the establishment.
Nobby Spring Sui's for young men
at White's.


HERL'S YOCR CHANCE.
Iron, Woenm Wire and Ornametal
lencing for All Purpee .
I am agent for the largest manu-
facturers in the world of everything
in the way of plain and ornamental
iron and wire fencing, settees. vase-,.
etc. There is nothing in this line
that I cannot supply and at manu-
facturers' prices, erected in durable
and workmanlike manner and at
such low price- that you will be a--
tonished. I supply anything fr.nin
a plain wire farm fence to th -
m4etexpen-ive ortiamnental ceinet-t ry
face; crestit g for towers. tree
guard ornainental settee-, ba-e-
tneut windows,. window uuard-.
hitching rack-, weather vane-'.wtovei,
wire poultry %ard fencinr. S;:iact.
will not permit mn to enunierate : II
the styles I sell. but you can i -,
idlustrated catalogues aid :a-.t J -th ti-
mate by applying at Wni. J'hlin'::
& Son's'hardware department
.alm A. J. WAVIKINS.
langes-(of the Grip.
The create-t danger frmn La:i
G(rppe ins of its resulting in ;pu-u-
monia. If re-asonable care i- u-ed.
however. and Chamberlain'- ('O.u>:
Remedy taken. all danger will be,
avoided. Among the tenu- of thou,-
ands who have ui-ed this reinedy for
ia grippe, we have yet to learn of ;a
-~lagle caSe having resulted in pneu-
inonia. which shows coxwclusivelr
that thi.- remne-dy i a certain preven-
tive of that d(anmzreroti- di-eae. It
will cure la grippe in le-- time ti:aut
any other treatment. It is plea-ant
aud ,afeto t:ake. For sale by Hatn-
itsah rro-. atid all maedici ne d ealez-.

J. I. Stephens has a large asszrt-
anent of Solid Sterling Silver a.v-
Rogers Knives. Forks and Sp0on
Oet a new Hat from our ;,i;::did
stock of new ,tvles-: pricet- ,w ;:
White',-.


ARRIVED AT QUARAN-TINEL.
Rr as 'ru'tia Bright. '-I I#.Coode, Tampico
to Transit Transit t-n
Nor bk Andrake. 1,1:4. tCormiehessen. Aber
deen to order
Am inch EL W Hopk~no.. ". Heekborn. Vera
Cruz for Apalachicola. put ini for futniga-
tion and dzaanifection
CLEARED.
ir t,- lrlinztun, additional cargo for
.-nox. 1411 rd tuel... 'ttoli. 47 tain- ph'-ntaatte
3~k.1414A# s ft I unib-'r. vaiuod at SK ?t4.
sf 'i- lrn'-rm. ienjt. '1cr,,' U
van',, 41. 5' lb. iion pipes anid fittings.
-'hk ottle-I he..r. %-h- ibi nictur.' frame
'nat-rial. 1i$' bead cau,*lt. %, head bogs.
.A~u~d at l.iP.
It bk St-Inr-ora. I'r. '.zz~o hv Rllqr'4fo
.,r,),fo~rt;,--noa. wi: fl r -N -ft .ewa tin:l-
Ds-r. 17.5,j7 s ft d.ali. .aI U.-d at $ 5-#1

AT QTARAN-Tl~i
IIt hk- Pa ru Ia M n4ra. KC1. !, a Mn n. A in-
sto'rdan). to urd.'r
Span .a4lFrxnin.ca. A .. Am hi. ('.-njfUo-
1;. 11k!T rz n:nt C
*,r'. r
N :- .a;iip P n '!!-rna .rotnatwrx. (,T'-"'ii-
Nor 61L !'iier T.aatnhai-k-lov.-r. 14,.I.jHil~ioe-
.. Ant a.-rp. to -.roz.'r
F-:.- 1'Et Amina '1alb:!'a~. .7 Ionibe, lst-
,ji.to 8.ar-. I'11 V
AM l,~iit-t*'-,-*~tI. Mo'ulton. a.
AT'i Haiti..8 i Harbour. 'a Iark~n,-.
H d-ia:, : J :., A v o.~.iu

THlE SHIPPLNU.,
IVICSIOLS IN PORT
N.-Azn- -i2". H tort lord'i-
i~n ap-o:. -0,au:. to Vt%~k L -;'er a
t,,W Ket
hi i r :n:.n2. B .ainbr.1.ii-, to W'A Key
Nor,- itjtta. H; ,.;-I a. to:'Ba&: ii, I tunw'ody
Or Ri-ql-datm. isf.I-rt, mtanx. Ct) ultTran-
-: 0
H!'1-4, 1 o 3i f 'lWi-i


It AnPr.!a Aecam'-. ; Bar -ito, W I. 11t- B. COOK.
S'].1Co5dalw uperintendet.
Nor Baro--a. *-. vsnonsn. to H I Boy..r lw Superintende.t.
N o r .o n co rd ;a ,' ,. itlv ,- -- ,,:i. to o rd e r ..--
It lDu-Ltu;ii. :. Larsartta, c.d for NOIICE TOCONlRACTONlO .
i',, Emi.lia E-"v-ra. 777. (oncahes, to Resolved, by the members of the
Nor lna:d. ,7. J.-a-,a. to Gulf Naval Laborer's Protective Union No.
Stores Co .I94, of Pensacola. in regular meet-
it Luigia F.i.Carasa. to w SKeyser & ing that the following announce-
'Nor uiLUIe,. 1.5. Lorente.. to |Penacola meant be made tor the benefit of the
Lunib-rI o public:
Ru, Louis. "7:., Jansen, toW 8 Keyser &, On and after the 10th day of May
Cor Mr apore, lHt, Johnson, to Baar the scale of wages shall be as fol-
Dunwody & Co lows:
Nor Nora. 1,". Mikke:pse, to Pensacola Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
u^. omoo, -.. Johanssen. to Peasaooia Common labor. $1 50 per day.
Lumber to EDWARD C. WILLIAMS,
>or Perfect.W *. Laraen.cld for (oode aT-I WSecretary.
It ttainvora. ;JW. Bozzo. cld for nienoa
Nor .: gti d.54t. Hauaa. to fat teron, Down-
ing A Co ,
Nor rsolafdo, .:t:. Peteren. to order
Am V-'lanli, 7 J, Ecker. to E fE Saun-
ders & Co


Ger Elly. 473. Mamss. to order
*'CH.ONERK*.
Am FI)ironc 'readich,. 557, Lank. eld for
l'a.i.ad-lphia
A In Ekla A BaRies. W.St. Benson. to master
A.m H Halmar. '.. Ax'-lon. to n master
1:r Jai:a Eal:zabetto. 4', S.weetiug., to mas-
t.. -
Hr Mabel ha:Is:&.. 1::. ouberts. cld for
.r P'oli2.L k. F-'ost-r, tj order
'TP. CLEARED ANiD SAILuD FOR PIll-
SACOLA.
STRAMEIlPS.
..rgvin. N"r. -Id Minci"-str March 7
Fla.!- of lnvn-rna.l. Br. l7'c. Hull March is
tld 'l,- il. br.iml. t BHarry. Jan .*i
Langfoin:l. Nor. li.; Hash.esen. Griinsby
MMarch i I
Nonipol. I;'. *Ilt qir-,*no-k Mtarc'i --,
tan. Nor. ;.* Hans-n. Shihids. March l'I
a.I-utlhai.u l|r. 1.-,i. harri-on, At Mlicha,!-
ia !. -#
T:i,.s Waynimn. Br. 1411. Wat:. arriedl Rot-
trdatni. F-t .*
I";v r Mrton. Br. '"-'-'.Rot)-ton. Ti-non. ian 25
i .l'ronft Hr. ':';. ,Ca',-a. Ant%%rp .March
Z/,i.zibar. Ar. -.d swatir-a Fe!) ;,


An,'sa Sch:a. .na. it. s1 Mar..-:ll-. Ian '21,
A a it'i-, er. 2 7. -Id Aiutwro l'-c 14
AIt. Mw-'l. :*.: at Tatt)le Bav Fl) 1-'
ifr-do. It. '-: *I Genos F ch 17
Her rtrund. Nor. .44. .%t L,.-r March 1 ,
iiantnib-tto. It. :ii. sI d 'Cart'.*a~-*;i. Clit n -'o
(hli-'tain. Ru-. W'i3, at lat*-lona, I-. i .:
ipaaliI. ,wd. ,!d Hull Jan 4
Erur.'r. It. Id Tunil Iec ?1,
r'ritz *,u.tav. tu,-. ld RKuncorn March 7
Flducia. It. ;,7s. ild Val-nc:a March 1.
fabt,. It .5.-). sid Naples -)Sep 12, ashore
Nov -i, near Port Ro al
Glr. Nor. mid Presiton I "c I!
(.aetano Casabor.a. It. ilr., sld (Genoa
March b
Konteicern. Nor, 7'1. ild i.luckstadt March 7
Johan lrens,. Nor. ,id t'hrlttianund Nov o1
J' ohann-. Nor. Sel Tonsburg Dec
Maria Margaretha, Swed, aid Cape Town
Maicb *
Micbhel B. It. ld iGenoa March 24
Marcella. It. old Hamburg. Nov *
Mleluine, RuS.f lm). ld dharone -'sFb :M
Monte A, It.T7". sid Marseille March 3
Oleta. Ru<. sd La Pallice Oct -!L'
Pione"-r. U-r. lIt,. at London March 11
PrTif--or Jobhnen. Nor, 1,'r. said Bristol
Fetb) 7,
Rachelie P. It. 9.,2. sid Marseilles eb .7r
Kehe. Dan. 44%. at Babia Jan :"!
Stlla B, It. ,1;I, at La Plata. Nov lit
Valuta. Nor. .,id L.ith Mch 10
.V;trginia. It, id Madeira. Feb "N
CONGRESSIONAL CO*'EN ION
For the First Congresaional District.


i all for a democratic convention of the
fnrt con regional district of the oate of
Florila. to be boheld at Tallahassee. Florida,
W.'dnoeday. May :*tth. A. 1'. li)..
The democratic party of the hrit congre'-
ional datrirt of the state of Florida., will
h.ld a congr-iotial convention at Talla-
ha.e.- on Wedun"day. May .)lth. at 1:
o'clock noon. for the purp) se of nominating
,t candidate for con.;res from ,aid distr.ct
to thy-nfty-s'-ventb congr'- of the 'Unittd
s':atle. to ue- vot-d f-,r at the next -ei'-tion,
41i to tran-n't Au'-h ot er business ams nti\
-otn'i h-or-t -a d e'ouvoitlion.
The different coailtt, s in the di-trict will
,i-nd d-:ve.ate- to thi- conrv-ntion upon the
b'.!!ouiia ha*i- of representation: Onedcl-
.-gat,. for ,-ach I'* vrt-te cast for the cardl-
dlat, foir c' *ioin f )r '5on!;roai-u u h.'-l' in l'.:i. aid one
tj ia:'siial vo)to fi th, fraction in xcea S
*:..-r'-or f :!.! it amtoUint- to iftI y or Inore.
S:. tsi :'- ha- alto allowed additional
.r,..)-* t i %on% h lcro the vote for con-
r.a! ii- mir-at.-,' at tht election of
i'-. in anv cu-Ct The counties und. r
t :i, ule il h- ei;.tl.- to representation
t-. f i rl. I .-
S a n-; I C itrus3
la -oo E KkanitkiI .
ra:, i n :i (ial-dein
linetian:., t" litil-' rurouvi
Hl )i i ', 4 .1- tk-,,n li
l-.te i.'!! j' Lalay.tt :
L<.-- i I.eo1n
Li-V-v C I.ibert \
.MNtaIt A M,.roe l
'a-co 4 Poik ,
-nntra l;-oa 7 Tamif".
Wakuila 7 Waita.i 5
w ash: ::; t.:. .;es
T:iT m c'n t- 'w I *- ct ti:w r dc i ..ate, tI
an'. hi : llf-r .l,.'s :llny it.* c.'i'ld-, l ,> i.-t't
',>\ ia- p.-.- e'c;;,i ii ]roli i CIhe p'trty or-
=itli/ tlKn- :** r.-.',,.".::/et( ly ":i. las-t Conl-
.t- il ce>-vvi' 1:1. Al ."tl'i ocrtts are
;ll ,.I Ito pt ic'.p ; I 1 :1 -e-lccion Of
dl.-h-',*'- t !:, .-''.. ii '!i'rl';; those O wbbo
i Is.c',oa- a',:.':, .1 tI Vout since tbh
i a.. '.uirta a aud secretary of each coun-
t% .->:,V -i.iou held f.,r lit- tutrp0 e of of l k.c*d-
: -.l; o-egatea C t o itt rL t ciere --:orail 'iin -
vletitor a- rt,-'i ,'--d to --rid to W. IR.
I'.';:; -r 'l. n lh:a:, :aiia Tamnpa. Floriia, a
tI ::' ; -'r i; i;ietd 'e py of the proc r %-: i -*u; : 'oi.v-;!tion. toKrlti,r A iLh
,. i -. ":, ;.. :il- ot tli- county C x- i-r iie
,-o n e;t-t",-'. l:.% ::ka. -:iould ',e le-ignat.-d
: L'!ia. lila:. a.n'd t'reo; a: o fl such coi-
!in :'-- V 1A IHE NCKR&t,1N.
I', :.- V A: Cha-r: ,an.


o1**3F-3PRIaE


IL,,. ." V ww wv vwfro l A7 W ., .3 --. . .---.. .- .


S ]illios OGiva Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of on* concern in
the land who are not afraid to be
generous to the needy and suffering.
The proprietors of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, have given away over
ten million trial bottles of this great
medicine; and have the satisfac-
tion of knowing it has absolutely
cured thousands of hopeless cases.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the Throat, Chest
and Lungs are surely cured by it.
Call on W. A. D'Alemberte, Drug-
gists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 50c. and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.

FINE POULTRY.
At C. Ccrner'e Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell eggs for set-
ting from the following breeds of;
chickens: Dark Brahmas, Partridge!
Cochins, Light BrahmaA, White
Cochin-, Plymouth Rocks, Brown!
Leghorns, Wyndotts. My fowls are
from the very best strains to be
found, and I invite th0 public to call
and s -e my potiltry yard-about 7To
tine fowl-k on hand. Settings of 13
eges for $1. 0. Lou I Co.I.iN.s.
7a tf Manager.
What you pay for Clothing is not
half so important as what you get.
White's.
-'i iy IDollare Reward.
Those partied guilty of breaking
into school buildings Nos. 1.40and
To and mutilating same, are hereby
notified that the reward of $50offered
for the arrest and conviction of any
one for breaking into a school build-
inz or school building out-hou-e,
still holds good.


0 0RACKET STORE.


7p


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We Pride OurselveQ on Having the Grandest aad Mr,:
Exquisite Selection in

Spring and Slummer Dress Falrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Greate-t Choice or the Most Celebrated Ma... :r.

SLadies' Shirt Wlaists.;--

Al-o a (Great Variety of


Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-Made Suits
JUST RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
As Usual P\\ LPad in Styles and Prices. Outr Mr-.
. Hughes. t:e head lMilliner. well u-'ain: -
Reputati-,n a- an U'p-to-Date Arti-t. W\ ar,-
: Crowded. (Give your Orders Early f,, ,
YOUR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
7 We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
b and Children are More than Convinced that they
Sret the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes at the
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'S
STORE......

SMen's Clothing, Men's Shirts,

Men's Underwear,
*"Boys' and Children's Suits---
At Rediculously Low Prices.

MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
WE ARE INVINCTBLES IN LOW PRICES.

We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show Wi:.-
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goodn! Plenty of Cl-rk- t.,
Wait on You.
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

SCohen, Friedman & Co's
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Prompt!:'.


-W B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


MANIA FA CTF~ I ERS AN:, II.ER- Ix

LUMBER, LATHS,

SATED CTIPESS SHINGLE-KLi A-Driel Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SALE!N


Easte:


Brittles surpass all other makes-
peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
nut.
How can we afford to sell such
high trade Clothing at such close
prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
ple; ours is a modern store, con-
structed strictly on progre-sive
plans. Our Clothing is sold on the
smallest margin of profit, depending
on a large volume of business. The
more Clothing we sell the greater
our purchasing power, the lower
our prices; that's tte story in a nut
shell. White's.
MILLINERY NEWS.
Mrs. L Cohen is Offering aA Special
I eaders for This Week.
4 Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage,
only 20 cent.
3-.pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
only 20 cents.
In My Pattern Hat Department
You will find Lome extra good val-
ues. We are making room in this
department for the arrival of our
uew Easter novelties.
In My Trimmed Hat Department
You can buy a nice trimmed Chic
Hat for $1.25. $1.50 aad $1.75, in Leg-
horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
Ga to Mrs. L. Coben's.


EASTERR


Easter Sale!


We have Received Our spring Line of

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and


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louXSt E:m.


spEOI4L PoTICES.


Easter Bargains

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wiANTZIP-Turor....hoard.-r%. mmi
Y wife and One singitle goutima;.
34)i Woet Chases -tre-..t.


Oft OVNT 4 wOqD.


Ul~. tb a sr Ed-r;!-
turn to0 2% t- 46 MC~

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V ATZDAllkinds of empty
w hlTk7bot s. SA. Far Dw a P

1,W ANTS5D-014 .r bosuslsat Dnn


ItS. 4. ARAH MlKIC-MaI*
..jand de~aler in Hair od.H.
A rtirie 7-hir (oil, vt'L..3:1v W'A. i-


1.1 fLIME C(H I PLVYr Yrmira.
and Kiaidorsgarton ip t. ow
its fifth torm n at theare~ad.once at
no-r of Psimfso arnd Jaeks#.a i
trance on Jackson. Teramb 5Z.Mrper nw.. &i

hALE AX!' ?kEMALF KMCH... .
.ifeir ncr tiaa..eand ('evallau. girt-'
pacre, for col g" or busiric... J. H.-
dell. principal. Night term b.'gin-is


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~ L-'W;R~s vHR HlNvR.jki.'-4

p ho n e &"j.

Corner-torue'Nt1.
ATrLANTA. April !9 -.....
of the Fir.4t Univcr'.ine h%? -
of East Harris and PvwIi,.tr'.-*' -
laid at '3::P) o'elw'lk Snninel' v ?!*
T'he gransibloge -)f 4 is' urgitF*-.-
Anci-nt M..o~.under th.-di...iz'
Thomn.' ;H. Jpffriewofe.slm-iard ~
proms~ive ('f'tnolbnmie..
Killed by Kirk of H,lr~pe
GAD-43'V., Ala., April 9- W:!,, -
ion, the 9-y#ar-old qon of H J V
was kicked by a horasand lwl dt-Afr-m i-
offect, an hour later. The h,,r-w Iia.-.
him iu the back of th. head at tt sw-
of the brain. rupturing a blr..w.1
To Raise VFnmk For 'Bslot.


OmcAoo, April 9.-Cbicusat'p Inslt
rV. famine ommlamiom h"a decided t b-
A, o aje? 1it f i agin for tho rw-o-i pt f "..a

Marston 4 Finch ar,
headquarters for h ii; -
Up-to-Date mnocks, either fine or -ch',,r
- --. Call and see their sfork


uents


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal-1 2) Dozen Ladies' Sleeveles, Vest-, '--inch Solid and WhLz- Duck.
briggan l'ndershirtsat25 cents each ;, Lisle Thread, our price 25c each or ,ir price...... ....... ic
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. I Yard-Wide .Sea l-iai'l C.tt'un
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at................... ........ c
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts. our price -"oc. each: 1 Yard-Wide i'itci.v;l; ,- ;(h--
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. *-d, made by L.,n-;-t Co.. (
:0 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20I) Dozen Fancy and Wtlite Silk while it la-t:................ 7 ,c
briggan or Fancy Underhirts, nice Pleated Bosom Shirt~, our price I m; f0 Pjec1P .; I,:Lt -t Clico at...... Ic
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all asies. .-Ca. Pi Phn.. n
match. We carry the l.ar:.t line of Meun'1 t .r (h "
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boysv'Clored Sh irts in thet City, Warrantd.. ............ .
Balbriggai Undershirts at 54l cent,; at the Lowest Prices. J'i-t rc v-l f ull line 'f Skirtx-
Drawers to match. 36-inch Sprin; I' -real,-. ,,ur and .lhirt V\ ast-: our ; r:-- ar the
lIxI Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vei.tQ price .................... .... lowest.
at old price, 6 for 25 cents, or 45cc 3-inch Very Sheer White L:-wn. Paraol- atr,, l: (. :.-i at ., 75.
doz.tn: embroidered neck. our pric"t....................... t c $1 '"0 antd 1: I .
175 Dozen Ladies' Misse and 27-inch Cht-ck Naai;-uuk. our L.aii,- lr;l-. :. P r.i-',l in
C'hildren-' Sleev-less Ve-ts, with price .......................... .. late-t -hades at 1 7 'i. -2.
Tare Neck. :3 for 25c or 95c doz-n. .;it-inch White and ( oi',r-d All the late-t-tyr,- :: I. i e-' and
25 Dozon L tdie"' Slnev-Ile-- Vet-, Pique, our pri'-, .............. 10c ('hildr-"n's tr-Aw H .t- i s; NIlor-;
with silk Tape Ncck, 2 for 25e or :>i-inch White Csrd-d Il}'ild.-.atr al-o So rolls N.-w -; :2: M.at:ing.


Remember the Place,


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Language: English
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Creation Date: April 10, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 10. 1900.


VCL. 30.


NO. 57.


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


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,; ... -,-r.d thitr \vickrt ao d
in.l >lid comi-ld,-raubl-, -cu-

i;rla t-! T;111i-. how vt-r, h o -
i. r; nl and cau-ed gr-. t
t*r reiifnorcmuinputiA are
Sit fro i I all -ide" to o parti(i-
t'ei" attack and a deadly
will u rsdoubtddly be fought. d
%'. .vy 'nuonadinK coinuienced
iioriinr ii thle vicinity of
-lAa_'te. TThe Bort halve for-
St. vicllinty of d t'gl'e s Neck
S, i, iunted h+,avy guon. It
..t1t'l.- that Hull. r has engaged

* w-, thoiuand Boer.s are marching
,A .74 Springfontein. Gden. (;ata-
hw-e. A Britidah division i.
-" ,ili thi-iter and I battle is 1im-

Si- ti- Bi'tmf nontin corr- -
ut-t are nott permitted to -end
iiiythinig p*rtaining to tlie-
!Ielnt of Briti-h troop!., the
ral -uppwition here iA tliat Lord
:,rt i- endiniir outi force. to cut
BHoer- wht-n they atteiptled
vp- Iiort ward.
re-port-,d ti it the I; ,cr- will
retake- and d,--tro, t!ie briadye
-- Orang- river. 'Th'ev practi-
.talli tlold tt. frt.e- -tate tio the
rd and are greatly enicourag, d
I .it de-velopmennt..
SMi-t.e- aili Milwaukee- have
S1 ,at tht* Isla td of St. Helena
lt .'-r pr-ioner-. TThere are f,,jr
-. f il -le-s aboard the Mail-
-'** altj -.1 *1 i I i t int <| J, in! i-

'.t "i-o arti to diy -av- all
a p .111 Anil,- o -'re-itno w:ir tia-
-* I til that t relations lIe--
; ,ilnietl4I. of the tw'io couil-


knetit k) Ktieptaloillac.n
: i April ii -rTh.- reput -
i -, teo- ',4x- t -ive- contliutt*.- will
iIt to arrange plali- for tl,.-
i ii KI-niticky and -#t the dtiitt-
S* co''liVe- tioln. which. i i -
*' will be May 1t; The' cn,-
S:i will *-ndo(ltrs tthe ':uis- .of
I .vylir and take a -taiid for the4
,1 f the (Ooetb*e election law
:* Ni Mc('n.r.l railroad law. The'
:,le-yv adluiini-tratioti will bhe
,-iv endorsed. It will al-o ,de-
*- for expansion. for the gold
. .rl and anprov.- the attitude-
-. -id-nt McKinle-y ton the Porto
*
liaastrou i'rl'cket Gastile
,,,N April l1i.-A Sydney
..1 11y- that a party of Sam-
*-n route to the Paris expopi-
ve- arrived there and report
it before they left. In a cr.t-ket-
at Seavail, there wa- a fignt
wi:.g or.t of the umpire'.s dlecs-
and that ten iene were killed
I ~ ~ -round wa.s covered with

('mtcreaman Brutel!e.
,)N. April 1I.-The post 4 ays
.-.4ssnian Boutelle is still in the
..rum n at Wave-rly and that hist
ia not mending in any nianli-
!' ree. The fact becomes daily
:iiani'fet that ihe will never
to.. able- to re- eilter put)lic life.

%'rttln Wtnd-. To-Ni~hts.
S. .'r Observer Writ r,--
S:' .l-tollow'in adva-ory i. i t--
.;* noon -Stro ..u but n.
Si- -outherly wind- to-tnil t
-':iIfti.: to colil-r r, t. -.
W\" -i l >lt.iy n.oriinmi


t>li ali< Hollalr 'Caro

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MAY SEIZE FOOKIEN.
I Ii i.h Ii Mli nrlneral-( hln .-'


Iefof ril,.;-., I"x -'lt,',l.

ni uith-.birv- ) n':l,- % %- trir ti *, ;
ur-.li.-t of .lapa:n tr.- a 1tar. in: ? a,
qUU'-.'1 >.''of Japan .. :a ni i a tih .
x11 Foiki.-ii r,'.vin,,.. in -, !h,.r. t Chin;.
.p1 iit,.-n ,r'os, .-.i. Th, J.q .n -. \
pTrt X-l'ey, fouti h.-d lbv ',unt I 'n .
1;!i> a1 1t i tUV a*' '.itt the .'-t fnliI.-Ith, i)!
o rt a *ti r. 1" nt
1: r'A. -ig eX[. rls and ,lfe ia..iI: 1111

1,.*. r" F' 44i4-2't. 1h: *i ) p:. ;. t34 h*
i- richly in ilv-r. irii. lead ;anti e"al. t11'
r.-,omn ,i.tnds that ruiiitic r"'<'n<<-io, '..,
tirsi -w urid. r, I4 ft.-l.w ) hv rt irn:d l
..nn,%.ii %n- h "\v. o-n l" 0> N.' ; a Kld K ii-
e: .:ng. .)fi0 'n l. ., T:r p.,rt ,,t T-wa'ii 1 ii;,

t, ia. with Fd i l -ria
1;y v rler 'f th *. pr,.. 0. w.i&, r \w ,
r,t thle In.t pr, Llint'r 'in'-* r- rii r-
1i- I -.-un w iz l a ti prant.y t x*-cal -ut.
i' v atirt W .-U g' T i:aik , t,. ; i.-r ;ut. r t,
tI.- -:.:..r,,r. ul:, Pe- S. f t P,' P 11 u ,
'i *.v ,'P r iPip in 1a ./ *I th. *.n;i:r'-T t
*"\ .'** J1iun Ia un 'l K.arig Yi t.or treea

CHICAGO CARS ARE RUNNING
New lMen HiMve Iel-iac-d tth' %trlrke"
at the l'uower Howise..
Cm, i,', Ap-i1! .-Thb. ,'trevt uar4.
have !'-.n iii a hadlly deino ralied condi-
tion sin.e! rhe 'trike of the power houna
men. but art. nw being operated, b)th
the cable on Stat and Wabash avenue.o
and the Crn ietown elt*,tric lined are run-
ning th- unmual numlxrs of trains and on
nearly iche-dule time. New men have
boen pro'-ur di to till the pi w of the
trikeri and tho.,- who applied for their
old pogitionii were refund.
Tho new rnle- re-uinng thb men to
wotrk l hours have been ported in the
power hon-u-'s which are under poli
nrot.cti o and no further trouble ij
looLk.d for.

EGAN ELECTED PRESIDENT.
He I1 4 ho,'wu as si.ees'sor to the Late
II. M. oner.
S\.t\i. Anr 9.-At the regular
quart.,rly ,ni-'n ,,ip f the Central ,f
( 1 l,4rtia r i.ilv ;i dii.r-, t' lay, J.hn
M Ezani wa.- -. .t.-- l pr,-.idfnt ti s u -
,-*4 -, t it.- l. . ('o u, r. and J. F.
lha:ou of Ma'coin rniahe' chairman of th,.
bolard, a new ,offhl. He is t) have
charge oif the tilnau't"e of the otiiilniiy.
R.-oAlutin 1f 1r'-grtt wrr adloi)pt. i on
thre i<-ath of P'r.-ldenit ('4oni-r.
Relea'tAd F rom niQ uaravatine.
S'N FiAN' i'- *,. April H.-The trans-
port Sheridai aind trani--Pa'iitiv sttaninr.14
Bkllantti KitI auil [). n'' have lIei-n re-
lea-..- frNmT ,Jluarinti!'., The transport
liwt.n, foUnn'rly r thl adge-r. bhap omw,
l)wn fr iiin th.- Mare- I-lami navy yard
L.) th e.%-riatull.-d at Tih 1 "mi' ii trunw1 -rkSi.


\\ r otii.1i |aiisrit'4l to I)Death.
t,%',',. S. .'.. April .-Mrs. John
J '.v '. tturniiux trash in th' field near
hter Ihl.iiin i this elolaiity. when her dress
,-.au.iit firu-, ail hl.-r 'l The-- were- burned
.t 1!tr,' ir,' help would r ach her. She win.
prai.'i,.-l ulai,'onious wuhen her broth-
er, n i, i -a. !n th,- field. reached hexr.
Beer Problem !Soled.
G i.it eIHI. S C April 9.-The state
b tari of dispnii-ary directors have finally
St'l-.1 the 1.--'r quvesriou. After June 12
enly 1:1 towns in the itate will hawvbeer
is i.'usarst.. Clumbia aud Chlthlss
wifl have t wo each and I oher town
in" ,a ':1.
ll.4" Mllani 111illI Iu elate.
W a..Hl .nr,, A;.nrl 4 -At the open-
ing f )tl ay's se-.-i n of the senate the
biU. for the governiniint oif Hawaii. as
pass*-t.l by the hliu-4e. was presented and
at the frelqucst ',f Mr C(illom was or-
dl,'rd printed.
Mob llinntluig Negro.
Ai.OF r-.o%. C April 9.-Nancy
Taylyr. a nigr wViill.an, w assaulted
by au unknown negro man near here
while returning to her home. Negroes
,,rglani'd a t,-W- and atr. still hunting
t.he criminal l
Ibipst Ordered to West India.
Ki,;'T,)u .Jam:;,ii:. April! -News
ha-s tle-m r''ei' N'rh Amuenct a and \V-t Idies squad-
r,.un i- to be inrea-wd by ba iittleship.
tw, cruii'ers aud e-veml! ta rp-du i mitts
Quay (Ca ~ In Senate.
WAimuTi,'. April i. -An ineffect-
ual attemmpt wa.- ma to tix a time for a
v..t. -u th., Quay ,' .


Wolrking- Ni..ht andl I)ay
T" .' ** b -i,"t ;:! ld miLzhtl-t little
:. :: t .::t v.r m a- i:;-ti iis D r.
1K ; N. N*w l.i,"fe ill-. E'verV pill i-
i 2.ir-c.' .->l 4lo !4 ii.^ f ,he altit t '.,
.. -:. -- i;.',o ., I . !>r ll -f; in to
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SUFFERINGS OF THE


BRITISH IN AFRICA

A Correspondent Graphically

Describes the Conditions.


MANY PERISH IN


THE TEXAS FLOOD


More Than 50 Lives Already

Reported Lost.


WATER AND FOOD SCARCE SITUATION MORE SERIOUS


-o lirT.. I'lziht F-or iHour, I !ad-er I'rol)-
e.uil % ili .in l Ian iluri-iiig ~u il. i \Vlth-
*tuit I)at or I)rinik I'ar .-(,* I-.ery-)-
thinll: liil I't I n. li ati tae4 '* l A* \, : 11 f.- A c 'I.-->; m t
.... th it gh t.i !. it i:.i -. :. r -
4i1 .;ir ,I h :. t 1 .1 f t. r 1
, .'t '* '. !;.* ~ii:,i'- : \ .- :.: t >) ; .i fr,_-h


'r , 1 <(ill-Ii r- r i.Ll :: 'lr .- t ,a.
:i,. '* 'i, It l- thl arn y a i S)Ithi
Aln i t.I.I h, ", no d,,u .at, wlv -hi i ,the-
C'.a-i., f,,r iun whl lhav, -hv-,l in Kun-


t'-.ly..I, n haun .s 'u,'g, Hl-n:f. ,tirin daud
Natal are- only tiow. whiljl, .caxjij]triiig g.
ia l.4:-iaig the exi..rie.i-ice of the aru.iv
with its inte-ssant tranlipng, the .eas.e-
k.ss fog of duq t whli -h haigs about its
Otinps. And tA that ia.ust be aided the
compultory life int rhe sun-the sun at
its. hottest and dryest hours, the absence
,f shaMde, the parching suction of the
iand. which is bed, chair and table.
It will be curious to live without a
water lbottle- Jslng about one's shoulder.
One can scarcely remember the day
when water was not regarded with rev-
erence and jealous envy when it could
be! made to run elear, continuous and
unvalued by a tnrn of the finger. Hore,
where one knows by tried limber the
weight of what one drinks, thought of
water flowing through pipes eemins a
dream of paradise. And such water.
Water through which one could se,.
which left no mud at the bo)ttoan of the
mrnu and did not stain what it was spilt
1on. Why, thb water we drink here is
,oft-n t4o thick even to filter. )One can-
no,,t paulj iit through a Btrkfvlt candle.
At Raindan this was a big pond-
what was left of uoi.sture in the- dam.
O.o bathed in it only und-r tihe- most
l)pre-s.ing ,'nipulsion of chianliness. The
water wa,4 very shallow, but the mud
was black and dee-p. One sank to the
knees if he tried to walk, and so sat
Kointly half in mud and half in brown
syrup and thanked (od for water. (Onit,
r bse from it with the green leeches hang-
ing about his body like bits 4of sia we-ed
aud with sprinkling of insects. Horses
,looked askwlii,'e at that pool, but the mnen
drntik of it freely, and drank of it where
they .',uhid g:t it. The, hiors-s hooifs hail
(chiurinedt inteo i a gr oin liiquid lik,- tur-
tl*-. 11P.
At ; o',-'l k th '.ldlier has beio-i 1
hour' under fire; his last meal wasit bi.,-
,it i. hours l i'k, when he had fallen in
at r ,cl, ik I nthe morning afte-rinarching
all ,lay lefor.ire. But be iN aware neither
of w.anin,,sm or hunger, in the fever of
hi- thirst. Th''e flush of his fac', -.tainedl
tlim-wn byi the sun, has a dry, twisted l
)l. k, like the parched steni of a scrnt.
though all the moature has b been wruning
front it. One grows to know that look
,out her-. His fingers never leave his
water bottl-,. nor his eyes the green
fringe of bush along the river. Another
hoor and the guns cease firing: a ntew
fliht begins far away ti) the right. The
sun is going down and he can sewo oth.-
ing to the left of him but a hot gold
glare of dus.t. then out of it a man leaps
and makes a dash toward the river.
Thvre i. a sharp rug of an ordor lost
and a quick stammer of additional shots.
the man swint around and pitches for-
ward on his b1ak.
The battle grows louder on the right.
the HowitTzer battery has come into ac-
tion. browuish puffsof lyddite are burst-
iug along the kopje. But the man lying
in the scrub ixays no heed to it. Hisarms
are spread out flat. his fingers diug into
th#e snnd. H.e is pulling himself slowly
forward, his eves glaring ahead through
the scrub. When a bullet strikes near
him he st,,ps a moment, but goes on
again.
So in half an hour he covers about .-01
yards. He can S4e the cool hbillow of
the. river, but there iw only brown gram.,
along its banks and bhis only change lies
in a dash. He Is on all fours for a spring
hut he getst no further. A rifle has bewen
f, 1,wing the faint trail of du-t above
him and he sinks down in a lump with
a bullet thri"nh the hiead.


NEGRO SHOOTS AN OFFICER.
Po.-'v I ow % wo rt'lrnin I ti'he I mntr.y
tFor the ( rhi nali l.

I1 >\ \-\ II.l l.T'l' ll A;t'i --I i- Tivh .f
Yi n.uTi. .x ii:. .r in th'- vi. nity of
S r't ,,i .lll i 1.i .il 1'' iV ,'; :;: o. : iT

:I.. \x -,.r. '.a. a O ',,-rr \V .j N -lr o4f

!: 1 !i.i I t a r, i t l. '' -i .i .it!


\ :'-:. .- b*YIa. dId..). r r h t ,r ra
:- ** ,4 4 -


:*',' ;" : :*i-*- iaii N i ti- i. e ,n
:. i n 'i th.'A ; i".- i h.a-; .':-
" -* ,'.. '4 a *, ,ul :-'.:a :-r,' '"! ,';2;1 .
- -.... -:.* ', I '.. -1 ft urn .\- !: f .-::
* .::!i '.1' l;:.- in r i, r pi .rl :t(
. *'.ntx -|) ,'- i *ni, tl '.rth',, t,' xa~ ch,
4 1:', i t -, 'illi: tr ie u rr -,, ii ,ti. xig ':l.-
*,., : 4':-:.i h l.::i_ pi a 1 .; i ,.gr ..-
N .~- : : ... ri ,u ly w ,,nt ,,:..
"("tchli +l,, opportunity." lv tak-
;*..- Ho.o 1'- S.r-ap ritl inow V0'.
'i: v l.iillt liup vour lieal:!-. ;a;l i re--
venit serioiiu illne-s.

New Spring MN.inhatta; 5. ..r:. at
W i:te ;: '-.


Ri ers <'utntiii:ne to lilte I"var.dl ILit'r
report Will (reA.tly Aiiginrnt t hr
Deatli ls.-t -'he Property I.Los Will
A.iiioint to .any Thouia1id-.a
DAt.i .i. Apr'il 9i --R.p ,rt r.s-civ. !
at I),ll. up tl niooni fran th.- .'iitheirni
a11 l ,d itrh\\,.r-rli T.- x. ti.id -. ti' i
whiv i ,l iv' !'. hit rh in.. h r t ln .-,
1i1-. hiave" h' tu l.ost. inllh1lig4 tlhowe :i
Au.st n. Th" liat,,-_ .,f ar l'a! t il a'.
.I.' 1i t oh: .iil)*4 yt hec'ani-. o,' the i.,
lation th r r (di -tri-t-- f:-itn thiie rai; a.d
M 'st ,,f Iihi- i are in ti .I (" .lora,,, v il
l o.y.. suirb ,f Austin and &P.ntrop.


Ilt ua t', al n)oon says th" river i.
still ri:ini; and mnuatiung many : ouuntry
district. The itreamu is now 4 fee.
highitr than during the great lh-od ut
'hLst var.
Bastrop is entirely Surrounded by wa-
ter and count off. Tho property damage
is eutrmous. All the wire.s along the
Miso. ui, Kamia and Texas railroad
south of Temple are lost. Railroad
traffl, in the southern half of the state
is practically abandoned and all outlets
to California are gone because of the big
washoutei on the western division oul
the T-xas and Pacifc.
E. H. R. Greene, son of Hetty Greene
and president of the Tarpon club of the
ulf (ist, has received telegrams from
uckport of heavy damage to the clnb
property on St. Joseph lMand. A mnum-
her of small vessels were wreoked and
some hves are believed to have been lost.
The Trinity river at Dalai. continues
to rise. The- stream is nearly a mild
wide here. Much property has been
lost in th, valley. No liv#is reported lost
as vet.
LIat,'.r r-p)irts from .i strop.Fayetteand
Wharton iountieL, on the Colorad_ i river,
art that the full fore of the flood is just
being f,.lt. The waters are rising so rap-
idly that the people ar'e conelled to de-
2ert their himnies with all possible speed
to prott.ct thl'ir liv..s. Even this has not
staved soene. ft, rt4 come from Bas-
trop tha\ 13 i e,'plt "-.t drowued thrhn
during the night. In Wharton and Fay-
eote counties the- situation is even more
grave and it is expe-ted that furthTr re-
urts froimi this section will not only pilA
up an iniiixneiso, i)lroprty loQ. lbut rth
li't of h tunixta life lost will be t.wlhlrd
Ci mi-.ru'l'rxahly.


TO CURE A COLD) IN ONE DAY
fake II.xative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
truggi-t-s refund the- money if it fails to
mrso. -:. W. Grove's signature ia on e ich
i),X. c. .
Our Men's Spring ('llthinig is ilp-
to-date in every way. The .In1o.
White label wouldn't bp on then if
they weren't. White's.


CONFLICT
l)abor I'ro.)u;il


OF AUTHORITY. BOERS DRIVEN FROM
4 1'revl II.'ite s ti s *- r 1F O


i- til a imppr .. f. *'hn1 n,,I'rain ,
v t))ril !':h.tl ptr r. r thi, l,.'al la-
1. *r 'r ,;:'.i.., h>,r', S.ttiir avy tu cit, .Sh-.r-

SPii r ,atf. k.,in. t'h'
l i ... Ki:1 lli..r nIt yer ilh,)\vn up ln,'.
Si' lin.,t ki 'w i wli'r 1 hw 1 i,. A ti l-lwr
If ',I'l ipury .'irtTff a"r il, duty
an I t[I H.*;.r.. 'i -a i, saiy til'.v wi'tl bv
k,.p 1 i'i'- a'rt, v i r, n.a ,,. ,l. The
~tv1) 1i ,. :lT i, 1:1 .ll i r l 111 l i t ) ;tl-




Sltir 1 b .f a tilht, ,!itv a tilt-
: ::: i .r.~l ia l.r h inii i.-r f in-
.h..r *ai' ai .:;!. ha > 'i. b..ripp ',t lien.
TI! 1 ': -l r i 3 ,,l .> !- 4 I, t th ,rt, w\ il!

!'. p' rt' iri n te *ir a ut:v-- un ntiht

I i,':'v.ti Sl ri, 'iir!,.- (' r*i-l w h\v wa-
hl,)o Iul'rLi.Vy iliiit. hallt. oitertr i ih '

the Ri I{.i-p) a)!'r iln 'Vhti \ar rt '4 tlit l l-
li n it "i V '' '111r 411111 r, i v .ti t! rhr' D in.-
t: 'trI > it 'l i t[ ; t 11 I t .til a l lt ie .

AGUINALDO IS IN MANILA.
Wlar l'Dellrmienit I' s So .t'Ated 1ha **AS-
'-ret Serive Otlrlual.
W.\tUlTroI Axprnl j.-Iu the mail
fon Manila whiih has just arrived at
the war d(,rLartuneint are twi tommuii-
ations *xsprs.s uald,) is hailing in that city. One of
thiee letters is from a United States se-
cret service official, who had found con-
clusive evidtince that the Tagal leader
had been in Manila since the rebel
armies in Luzon were dispersed, and
whio was satisfied that as he had not es-
caped by water he was probably still
contcaled in the t4)wn.
The other letter was from an army
officer attab'hed to headquarters, who
voiced the opinion of all the higher mil-
itary authorities that Aguinaldo waa c.r-
taiuly not in any of the outlying di.--
triet ou on he i.landi of Luzon, ftor Anewri-
caun troops had too) thoroughly overrun
the 'ilt tirle iounltry for tilh re .l chie-f tot
escape .l- dttction.
AN ARMY OFFICER SUICIDES.


4 apt.ain Othf'ili Tak I'.eik 11-. ,ife on
W.l'fi fg Il)av iy E%-.
Cm \;, April 9.-C-'tprain Tnui- O-
thl.-'in. Fir-; I ni.,il Siates arI ill,-ry, was
founil in' l as in hS ro .:n at th,- Auilito-
rinni :i :n ex Int la t ri,ghlii. Ti.:- ,-;"
a bullet w uiunol in his rilit *in;!,'. .It'
h;l appartiutly leixn *luiin 't -:i'* St lur-
Lapy mantuir.
laII tiillht.
.\,.,rr dinui' t, r 'h .ti inn .t *i,-n.i in th.
Oi-aU* piaa't4':. 4* '.Xiain 0)'' ;.t t n.d
M1ri, l' .t .-. ir: '.- W 4Iul \v.trl tI ii iiri
i,'l I ll ''ii (.Irv i ..il\v :it th., p-', i u." -
ti ,' 1orrl ',- iminl.-, W\V,il r t. i':ni t-hr.
;'M whi- i th..- w r m i. an ll x-
r!. e .ivs t,)our lit thf' .:I-t Afrtir aitvy I
*II-v w-' i 1>-- iait cun, .at Forn S.ir'vc-n,
4 .*!:" 'i I *r; I. \\ h r.' i>h r',ip' ni '- hr
r..y:v i..-,i.ioiicd.
I'!I' -,iuse it l t. *-iii. iin tltV- !'!y.
N .rli ig wA\s e-ft Il thi.- ro.ni-, i1. throw
Uit limV >i t!i' luat'r '.


BIG SENSATION IN AUGUSTA. WILL IMPROVE THE TOWN.


LExavatlon Near 'ensetery Startileathe.
People of the Town.
A'ti.-iA.Ga., April 9.-Formanin W.
H. Powell of the cemetery force has dis.-
covered a newly-made hole in thilponundi
just on the outside of the wall. on Lin-
coln street. He went out to investigate
and found that some object had beeti dug
out of the ground, and had evidently
lel"n arrivedd off in a wagon, a there
te' rh," tracks made by wheels leading
up to th- hole.
It is gKinerally believed that some ,one
dug up a pot (if gold which was buried
th civil war. What was buried there and
who) dug it up in one of the mysteries
surrounding the Augusta cemetery.
Quarter Million Dollar i'Ire.
Nkw YosiK, April 9.-The Edwhvard C.
Smith box factory was hurn.,l today.
The flames spread to) adjaent struturnres
and caused a loss estimated at $2-).4000).
The loss on t box factory is about
10t0.000. The Brooklyn ironwo rks., $ io
000; Alexandir Collium ('o.., $1),000);
Church & Co.'s endaworks, $10,.I..; the
Bro)klvyu Oilworks, $.'2.').i. Lois s ion
vai,us smanall buildingr, bring ths- total
to about 2.)50,000.
To Curtail Luiniher Output.
Tivr'i', Ga.. April I9..-The Go.,,rgla
Saw nill a.-'ssoiiation, reprt-nuitiing 'im- r-
Sywlw pin,' mill plant i1 ( rf eorigia.
"uth tuarolhna and Floi'ria. hav-- d l
ct'ill'd by a praeti'daly tiunninmou. vo)tt.
that on mind after Mny 10 all nill- hw-I
1.nging to thit as.i':atiolln w.iiIlld I run
ion two-thirds tinm. Tha- w,-I1 aff.-*T.
th'.iu ii l-s o-if oeal n vi ail d ( rI ;'
dr il- ro'-tIhil l in t.i s stat.
n, arlY i.-ithlFl.
An Honest Medicine for Ia .Gi.lppi..
(ieo. W. Waitt. of South (i:;rd(iner.
Me.. "-ay-: haveP hall the wr-t
coiiigh, cold chil and grip and htave-
takeni lots of traih ,of itn) a ouiitit but
priotit to ti, ve-tndor. ('hatiberlain -
(.'ouih'-i l ii-n i- y i -s t eonl y thil!:_' t a:
h o- ,,)ilin ;tyv gitod wha'evt.r I .:AiVe
IIucl ,oI;- io cent bottleanid their t' ll-.
cold and vrip( hav liar- ll left itn. I
c,, iu ratuIl'ite tthe iiianiufrac' 'irei- .f ;itI
iu.,e, .-t iiedicinti..' For *i., by H tii-
;,Iio Br-.. anid a I nlid- iI'.- t al e:-.
SEE ROSS & C().
ABOl'T SCREENS.
'r<-i--tts ,,Younw America Vi; .-ho -
f.'r y.11li n i men. the best shioe in ti.o-
w rid fr tL.- rice-. at WhLite'..


I '"n tl I n le( Issue Honldl l*'o r k sr nrM.e
i ld \\ erwlrr -ork -.
I'vi.w >- 0 A \-ril '> t \ th'.. last


FOURTEEN STREAMS

Lydite and Shrapnell Silence

Enemy? Guns.

HEAVY FIRE MAINTAINED

Ho ,r. aulte %trun Di)fen-ii- of Iheir
IN)-.li I In-.i-AppI-irehelii ae-i IFor lIrabant.
Traiinvaailier. Are .%till Actihe X.ear
Illhnrn f )nl!.lt On.
b,!'i \. April :i A.lvie's fromi
Warr-i .iNv th-e l;i'ii -,h ., l.,41 F urteen
S.Irra:iis, win. ii %%- ,. 1.cpi,4d lby a force
of Bi'rs. Thi.s iirnii'nn the B.K-rsplaued
it pI,-itiI a biL g t.itian. whi. il they tired
ii "4t*T.'tiiailly. A. 7i'lillad. oMf Ma.iuwr
foll,w41wl at iutrva:s. thr ,ughout thae
day.
Tin irt uih diropp, l.1e lvyiirteallnd shrap-
n'-l be ll.s iuto the B,.-r p* s-itn n%.. finally
siluncinug th, e,*nemy's ni.-e and lnving
,off th, enilppers.
A. dispatch from Maseru ;ays the
B wr.s, who were nma.sidl last weetk nar
Ladybrnud t4o the- number of 10.000, after
s.*izing Thata N'Chu uand the Modder
river waterworks, broke up Wnto tmog
divibi,)ua and are now raiding in Cht
iouth of the Fr,'e State. rce upyng the
small towns which were evacuaed by
the %*ritish. The BWr's policy seems to
be tv.j make raid movements, with little
transport, looting English farmers Md
storekeepers freely for protviioni ant
cutting the oomnmunictions of the Brit-
iah forced.
General Brabauit's cohonials are now
mostly at Weipener.
A squadron of Brabant' horbue cap-
tnred 400 rifles near Weipener. Hisau-
ptx)st are reported to be in touch with
the RK-r.rs anti a tight is regarded as im-
min tit.
rf-r'istent reports are being circulatel
that the Boh r an' pre. ring to flank the
British position at Wtupener and thus to
,cur' enitranlce into Bawut laud. Such
an attempt will be resisted by the Basla
tolattid government, which, it is b..liuvd.
has made quiet preparations.
Tho dispatch of the armies to Buinuto-
land )prwluc.es much ex'itemeut among
the natives, necessitating the utnmst
vigi laui'e (on the part of the local officials.
The amazing activity of the Bows
south'a.'t and southwe.t tf Blohmfon-
t.in ('c;itiuues, the iHaer o)mmuand
see-niingly ,nouing and going throughuat
a widt. region is they plenam. but taking
g1oti care not to throw themselves
agritinst tryingg lwdie. of the Brntish. Thl.
retrire-iiintit of the Irish rifles from Runo-
ville to Aliuwal v le's ith'lieral Brabans
wiithtut omiutuuiiration with the other
Briti.-h for'.-s. 1b. has 2,'0, ) or S.00)
colo4ni.ts holdiing a tine u eftU.nive coun-
try.
l'lf.gri)ahie aind rail e',niaunication
with lIlfwinf, aitein are kept up as u.ual.
T'hs albseiin uof news dish.-arten.s the p -
ple and prwiinc-s an altogether dismaur-
iging eff,'lt. The la.-t unofficial me-
tage t-lls o'f the arrival of animals and
two fre.l> cavalry rgitientrn. Lo)rd Rob-
erts lias now l.'u5,(h ) iiiountrd men alto-


get liir.
In the. Oranig Free State- the situation
is c mple'.


..ii.l tm.,-rin, a pnrtion t\v;ta Ipr,>t.itd ROBERTS IS DENOUNCED.


sira',. yv a majority of' t rlh' 'fr,.i-h !lrs.
of th.' townl, prayinlig ,counii'l to oriler an
elb-'tion to a-s'ertain whether io.upon
bonds to Ill- amount of $,O,il -shall be
is-u.,l. The'l Imi nld d.-sired a'rt. ,25,<00
for the building andi tuiping iof a sew-
erlagm syst-em.i'12.(00 for the improve-
inc-lit of the waterwork's and $1 .I.oJ for
the erection of a town hall.
The. request was granted and an eles-
tiou is strlo'red on April 25.
Illue and G(ray at Shiloh.
Mr.A'Txm.-, April 9.-The soldiers' re.
union on the histori- battlefield of Shi-
liol, on Friday last, was of a very inter-
e-iting characte-r. Soldiers were there
whole had fought under both the federal
and confederate flag and they met in
thei friendliest intercourse to tell of the.
stirring and tragic inciden-tits in which
thly had participated and wherein over
".i tni'i of the north and south had
fall,:n.
"Difllculties give way to dili-
genae," nid di-sease germs atdri )oiod
humoria dia ppe;ir whera HoodI's Sar-
saparilla is f-ittfully taken.
FACIAL .MASS.1K. .
WVriinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
k!-- cain be preve-nted. ('hi-k- ati
bt- plumill-nei lout. All thi.- and
mliore n ( e'il doh- taiy mi, ;i..i ..
Lad.i( -. c ill on M i-- K .-tl-r ;t
t1iw,-r- A- K]ru-e-o' .Mi!lit ory r
,'i--d(l:y :a ft,-r th:tt tiite at : W e-st

P'.-v-,.r'- fa:i:ou,, I,-',l ,t (.,.;. >r-. at





i';- C ( :'[ Ill,. W afr .I -


> :ti:l ti Lav t- all ,oltd( ", -,I!#
rt! our :2;,ly r-l;able, becau-e tl.i-r- i-
nt'. a t! i l aii iI tii tItm iii tC:'
:, .il" all .l.io i tt'- lian ; I.d I 0 i mll t-
w. l.;w ian rtic!- n i iv ti,
i rl i t..:i- -tor.- y ,io i .tH r-Iv ,,.
i- 'i', illty Iat all ti0 1--. \V,- k -^;
:.;ly w:, i W ('can re-cot,,i:.- ,ii. alia
Wk ro-fo' ';iili:id ontil wit we- know
;- tru-twortlhy. When w" t-ll you
:tt. n.-irit- of a purcha-- you can
r.ly ,... th:e a-surance. W:'itte s.


An Officer .everely.v CI'rl'i-l'e H
Method In Sojuth .lfria.
LciNrx)v. April .-The otffcr with
General Bulle.r, wh )o scathingly de-
sc.ribed the disaster at Spion kop, con-
tinues his remarkable seri,-a with a de-
nunciatioin as bitter as ever fell upon a
general. This week his article is e n-
tined to a general review of the strategy
tor rather lack of strategy, which
ceded the relief of Ladysmith, and h
includes a terrible indictment apidA
the useless sacrifice of the Irish bnd.,
wheoe gallantry excited so much admi.
ration in England.
He states that British suceeseo are
more godal luck than "gied mianagenwal
and refers to the plan of campaign M
stupid, and their execution as worse.
Ilel Hot From Tbe Gun
Waa the ball that hit 0. B. Mtead
man of Newark, Mich., in the Ci'lvil
War. It caused horrible I'lcer
that no treatment helped for 20
year;. Then Biicklen'.s Arnica
Salve cured him. Cures Cuts.
Brnise s. Hurns, Boils, Fielors. Corns.
Skin Eruption.s. Hest Pile cure on
earth. 25 tts. a box. ('ure uiiaran-
t,-d. Sold by W. A. D'Al-inberte.
Dru .gits .

Ne.w -prini arrivals in1 Silk N-ck-
w-ar, ait Whit-'-.


Ai a TIargain onIm Eaey Terimis.
Sw.-t Ili. i-It Ftrm. -itu cI-d in the
' .' 1!111fi"r-Inru ri v ll:ra ,- of A llen.
4' !iaily (''... o I it' ;; State : 'l-rtrl4 of
-;1- : |I cent- for "1 e'7" i i--: the
('**r-"o * i) 11 i .irT -t ; >* v ilu 'I-
tou of -;it pro,, 'v. Pr ,'t-el.i to)
(- (lvd.-.,t,- j t ,o I'tlI,-I lh- z.tlaar fund.
"For ;. *,''u'iil ii- ;aiily" to ati'-rht.
V .-1 i. \. .-IF:.'.l 1 ; I\KL. V.

\We will soe.r re-eir'p a
jine lot of talent t window
(iwnin/sX, ui'tit for them.
. fla'.rtoi/ I' Finch.

Iol) l',.ila Stoi S ,t V!:i'.- -

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale a;
D'Alemberte's.


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2 THE DAILY NE": PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


ECZEM.. ITCHING RHUMORS

Pflm s Cured by B. B. B.-Bottle
Free t? Sufferers
Does your Skin Itch and Burn.'
Diitre.sinig Eruption- on the Skin 'o
you feel ashamed to be een in com-
paby i Do -canb and Scales form on
the Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have you
Eczema? Skin. Sore and Cracked?
Raih form on the Skin? Prickling
Pain itn th- Sk;iin ',i!-? Pimpl-?
Bone Pains? Swollen Joint-'.' Falliner
Hair? All Win i Downt? Skin Pale?
Old Sore-? Eating bore-? Ulcers?
All th e*'are symptoms of Eczema
ind Imnpurities and Poi-ons in the
Blood. To cure to stave cured take
B. B. B. 1Botanic Iblood Balm
which trnkeP the blood pure and
rich. B. Bi B. will cau-e the sores
to heal. itchinir of ecz.-ma to stop
forever, the -kin to become cle;ir
mod the breath -weet. B li II. i.-
inot the remedy you havr be-en look-
iog for. lhorourhily tested for 3i
yearr. Our reader, are advised to
&ry B. B. B. For sale by druggists
&t I1 pe-r large btttles ,full treat-
ment $T5. Coulmplete directions with
each bottle. r?- sufferer inmAy test
it. Address BIO(il) B4L..M CO..
Atlanta. Ga. I),-.crbe your trouble
gand Free per-nial medical advice
Five.
-lephant awd Train.
A tisg and utly elephant which had
long been an otlject of pursuit to the
Sportsmen of the Straits Scitlenients
one day wandered on to their railway
line and tried co'(iniiiitis iii i thle en-
clue of a gool,-s itr.ii. !hir,-inL: it rte-
peatedly and k..pin tiup their s titet for
nearly an hotir. The entire \,as re-
frenwed in the hp1. tl,:t tLh. lr.:st wotl,]
allow tl- train t proci'ed, Iui:t as sqoon
as ther.- was i1ni. ait'lnipt to rcitew tlhe
journey the elpliaLit r''turndii to tlhe
'Dnoultet'r and r,-i:::l I ,s t.l,-tru' .ti\''
tact;<.. .. T d41: ., r i. :ifrai;d to
< Larig t!i<, rni;',. 1 .-t ths Itiai n should
be lihrotn ,off the r:i:l.. ;:idl the contv-st
night have ;:gin<' otn uiu'ih !linzer h:iad
Dot the .el -plh:it la k,'1 itto lthe en-
flae and. set'l:!i; it. fure feet firmly
between the rails. e;::,lavored to shove
the train backward with its hir., quar-
tit l.
The driver took ad.anrtage of the op-
portunity and put on stain. gradually
forcing I tile M:Ist off the line. In this
rIanteuer ,t'one o4f the w heels of the en-
is.e went over the lind l.( s of the
animal, whiclhi was oput out of its mis-
4" by the guard of a following passen-
ger train.-Science.

HRmers of the Law.
In a recent bankruptcy case. in
speaking of justices of the peace, they
are said to be "offtticers by no means in-
fallible. frequently innocent of law and
Actually sometimes known to construe
43e abbreviation attix designating their
ce 'J. P.' to mean 'judgment for
plantiff.'"
A federal court, In explaining that
the functions of a charge d'affaires
mwere not shown by tile literal transla-
tofn of the terms, illustrated by say-
Og. "To appoint a p-'rson chief builder
Ioold not le understood to invest him
with the ecclesiastical functions of tilhe
oatifez mnaxlnius."--Case and C(ui-
anent.
Efeertive Prr er.
A very IuI'e arid ;'in le euirate went
O0 a Yorkshire paris'h \%\ hire thle parish-
lo1ers brrcd horses and.l si,,-netins rac-
ed them. Ie I%'s :,i-Led to invite th1,
prayers of the vouigrcgation for Lu_-k
.Un days for l.,i. I. (;r:iy. itI th,. fourth
Lbe clerk toil( tih' cur-ate Le Lted ti.t
40 It any vtrore..
"'Wlvhy?:" el k,.] th' cu:at:,. "Is she
dead*'
"No," raid the clerk; "'-h.s won the
Steihlet !s;'."
Thlie curate l,"\'::'e ti' parish.
A Phil'd. Eil1 er--Yu r .;ii-ril r '!',,:nipkin'.?
Tes. I srnw hi:: .li\ iin :-it I'h.hil'lpil,.:i
the other d.av. I :-t.; i: t: cv ,'.-r. he op,
the dlep t pl.iifi,. I .u,.L ::.i"y iarnsi
out Of thie \\ ,udlew to ,.!':iLe li:iri .s wibii
qixm. and do y'tl lKinow before I could
get hold of his Ii:t'dl-
31gger-The lrai~n sta:;t>d,. ,i,?
"No, ny arm w, it to s-il',':"-Ty'pes.

In the nortlitwes't provin-'s of Indtlia
goats fremiiieitly ent \\:th.nut any ill
effectt the lI,:iv>'s :Iln1 crT.en s'-iis' of
4he aiknia or i;':inlir. tIe tilky jiice
o'f w ihhh is. n a.ri'l ,*si.i 'ii for hi'nii:ii i
*'

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Aa Epidemic of Pneumonia.
ATHENS. Ala.. April 9.-This section
h' and i*- having au ep;'i.eric of pnieu-
:i:,snu. i ;ie und-rtaker hii- hi in thi-
. pl;h., ;.ri!i. thi- i;: ft fo"ur ,ia s ei c ttins
, t.r :..-,:'- w1 ln have l.'-tl w% :tih i,.-irnlo-
:ina. Tw.o .'ltinZ'i Tns'a.:d- (,'iil 'r and
Mr. Psotect. died .1i4li'id;. w '' t.i il,--
'a-', ;ii l Mr-. P1. iH ND. wVy. a i:,s.t
l ;>; l. I. A :;n. 1 ni ghy :iglt
w l!;. I 'ltel :. a ll It-' V
.\' ''" 1inS-t <_':1ATT T%\ N, %. Apll *. A\ t'mTli"
wind and ruliua-*ri m pr, vail,-.l hL r Sun-
t" aiftern,:on. Awuui:-- an;! iiiuo-ii)
.1gnl.- wver, illwii .owi and s-t verbal
ui..S inI tiL.L uliurb- w." rie unrout.fol. A
t'l- ol. n.' wI!'t wa- boiV'.'nai cris,..an el.'-
tris' !:t wi\vre- on a tirinuiziul strt.t and
.ev .rai p,-d.strxant. wt-rt ere ldly slh before tue taLU:lmage coi'ld I relit:red.
Two Fires In Macon.
MA(N. April 9.-Macon wa\S -vi.sted
with two tirn- Sunday n.wrniiiig. The
fir-t alarnim anxi- in at 4 o'clock in the
niorning, when the hou*- of Mr. George
Ciarke. at i lo Spring street, was almost
totally de-s!rroed. I'he second fire was
at the lumlxber yard of Mitchell & Elder,
where neariy 5',tO0) feet of lumber wa."
burned.


Killed by Live Wire.
DALLAS, April 7.-H. W. Kennedy, 2
years old, a telephone inspector, caught
hold of an electric wire and was in
stantly killmd.L
A t.ALL.

For Demnocralic Prnmaries anid Con
vent Ion.
R.--; v-d. That a convent ;:r of thi l, -m
.:crat party (if Ecambia c'tunly shi.ll to
he. I at rowelton at 1: o'clock lotion .isi ti
II i (li vy of Apli. i. s. fto ti,.i purpose 0
,'0 ecting tWelve, 1', i p-ersoni to repr-hen
I% %camlitiia county at the lDtrict IonvetI
t Iiit 1o nominal ate a candidate for I'Congrei-
a i!d for the purpose of --lecting twelve i i
p ,r0ons to represent E.camlbia county i
t i Stat e Conv'ntion at suc'h tiue an
pi't'e ast liay Iti ri\it-t by I li t-ttat it Iid Cv11
gr". .)oI ItMi ti Itmorl katic ( 1iniiitto- i fitId f(i
I hi.' purpose of select lin a County -'xo-eu
t 11 s. l ti.tit.tt-e to i hold ulnilll their a.c's-
-o r. -!iill ti e elected in llr'".
T lie prc!ncitici a t anlid :.;il llh, r nt I.: d t
the frillowaii. repr-'-,:i:.atn :! at l-ttd t'Oul
:% LC uutnllioU.
No. 1. NIX'*
No. 2. Kupfrian '
No. M ilIIv'I-w -
No. 4. Ferry l'a-
No. :.. Hur'st".
N o .. I'otl e ltol -,
No. 7, Pine Harren
Noi. -. t"ralst e-eI
No. It'. a'ard & tHollal,'t i -
No.. i1, W flnut Hill i
No. 12x. I'en-acola
No 1:;. P l-fiC'illu
No. 14, P'-ni*acola
No. 1.. Penp acoll o ,
No. It. Pin #-vli
No.. 17. itreIl '- t
No. 1. M liavil 1
No. it. MIonllo I
No .1. I loniatlii
For t lie purto -o of *-Ice( iIngI .l. o'ln. '- tr ti.; #.'.V>ral pr<"vincts a aUoi, -s, t Ior;h anid
fur It h putrpitie of tluirilitnll g two vatilal-
tlaite' tor Inc Hout-' o if feprrso'nitllvi'.-, tor
It purpose of nominating a 'aniaidailte fr
Shlirti. a candidatle for t'li-rk of 'ircuit
courtt a cand!l'ate for Tax (o'(,l-ctor. a n ;i-
didldte for Tlx A've-.-or. a 'anidai"u.* forr
l're-aurs'r. a candidate lor totntln I Judi:-. a
t; i(lidalt- for s Ut-i'nite'nd.itt oif u t isI( lni-
tiu ctio ,. a canliti(Idat for it a.iii .',y iI r % to-,r.
a caii diltaE for Cl'rK of C'rtninl ItCourt. a
Candtidaie for Justoiceoft Peace and a 'on-
tabist fo- -econd i li'trjtt, i candy laSte for
.lu t'i''ef Peace Ior ifth liLt Ct'. ('an-
dida0s- fo1 r thi r'-te iuct ber' i-ofi otiliiVy .L"i.hoi l
Hour. ;I primary -iect:onu of thi- liet-mo-
(*ra;ii- \to:t-tr of k.-'aiiIia county i -lhall tie
lllt enl I l-'-Iwo-f ll til. .tit r of "' a. in. rnti(
*,:.45 1 l 1l Ti' sdA.ilt li i' )thii tiny I of A prl,
I:,". a n f r! (t -11 p r 111 111 o4f k. nd.w t ".-
i-; .'t;iiL l iif' f i iei' itO1 iii l C Jt.,. i '[Hil 'i-r ,(
,s' *'.* iL:i,;i [-i, L s :', t'y -,',, tet-l lii> 11|'-
p 'iliL-il :
Prt-ci>"et No. l-('Cha-. At.sir' -. N: L; g..
W I I. ie;, ll. ptpi -IT. r ; Art'L;.- : tI.,:!.
S'sI'l ..' N A'- r v't 1 1 : -

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IS HANGED FOR HIS HEALTH.
Surgeon is Undergoing Heroic Treat-
ment For Locomotor Ataxla.
CHUI A<<. April 9.-Reinhold Meyer,
a police surgeon, is undlergi.ing heroic
tr-eatment at St. Joseph's hospital for hI
onmiotrir ataxia. He is .u t.in(l'1d lby the
neck with a halter every d(y uin., tih'
1physimians in attendance hli,, t;, cure
him.
The hanging has taken ph.lace daily for
a wek anud will 1,w coniitiinutid for two
months or lng:'r. After a hyposdermnic
inj ction of co;Itp1und chtloride of gold
and s4loium is given a halter is put
around Meyer's neck and he is raised
from his bed. The knot. is placed at the
lha.e of the braiu and for 90 -counlds
Meyer is suspended.
.Malaga usually has nalont 1f rainy
days a year and at least 24m) days
when there is not a cloud in the blue
sky.
Bel.-um spends 1.213,000 francs a
day on strong drinks.

LINGERING LA GRIPPK COUGH
G. Vacher. 157 Osgood St.. Chica-
go, say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of la grippe, and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immediate relief. A 50 cent
bottle cured her cough entirely."
Price 25c. and W5c. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.

See the nobby effects in Mein'- '.
h )se, at White's.


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEIENTS,

t lFor representative.
I I hreby anilnounct my'"lif as a eat'il'-dt-
for representative of F..tC11I; coun1'illlt.
i 'loridia, In ithl- Ieiivlatiiure,. tu t.It to tht-
1 democratic primaries.
C. Molc Net INI-:'-.
. For Represirirat ive.
- I hureby announce uliyQ-lf a, a candidates
for t'pre ls'entativeof '-se'i t Iilil 'iounti y 1 ii
i the l.e!lnature, Lubject to the l-itiiocratic
rmJ. rMMlFT \VI. s..

For (sheriff'
I thereby announce myself a' a candidait-
for 1hberiff of ktncaiuibia county and re-
spectfully a-k the -uplort of lnt I iivid.
liid voters of th' t'aunty. I t1 it lctt-l I '%ii!
di charge t he duties ofs aidofflev etllc:ent ly,
fairly and iinpaltially'.
W. H. ii r('il.i\"N.
For Sherff'.
I herehy announce nivqef itas a vanl;datt-
far r'-elt'rtiion to the otice- of she.il lt of T,.-
camnbii county. Florida. and ITi'nit thb+ ,suf-
frages anud interest of all iny f- it-n-.
(UKK<. I E. -M ITit.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate fot
sheriff of Lscambia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VANPPI.rT.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. McM IL'.AN.
For Circuit Clerk.
I announce my candidacy for Clerk of their
Circul t'iourt of Escamlia coutinty. s tilj,-t'
to the action of the enstuing lo-,tIl'lratiC
prilnaries. R. '. L. ilANIFLL..
For Circuit Cl rk.
To the Voters of Escanmbia 4 county:
I hereby announce my-elif a candidate for
the office, of clerk of tihe circuit court of
Escailnbla county alid will be IJ:p';io,- to
have th support of mv friend- arid tIi-
v I,,t#r- .,-ii rnliy. ,14IH N li: I1 : F A.
j'oir' T'ax 'Utillt cu r.
I herevb announce niysVelf ;- a c:iiduli!:Ht
for re-el-ction a'. Tax t'o l ic r iof :'-tlilion-
i.a coiiniiv-. nld akk hll*- siippoit of Iil'
tri-nds a:lid voters g-nll-:nlly.
A. H. I'A l.r:Vi.iRTE..
-'r Tax C(ollectlor.
'I hin manVy friends of Judge I'. H. 'oinlfati
i'.ii;i 'h ,itasi-dbe his C l:si:t ?: s. l,.v !lli-
lin o i li h ll 8 a ar.ildid'tt -l f 0 'rl l'T \ I ,i'l,'rt
,I Llcaimbila county it thee- i-tllIisi. l's.-' I n

'For Tax Asu'eh.p r.
I her-i.sy ann' unce nwV-, lf n- a at't:-,lnt
ICl, "14 A 't's'.I li f 0 1',4 Tlitsii ('*-il1 I V. -it,-.
i--*'. If el-ict'd I ,*Tpt-s tI nii **t !,. :sp iri-_
Is:tnsii (!)fO I t"e- tax Pri-'ly vr lsi %1 I I1:,.,1 I1
I'it 'll t' of tl (1 t ilX p t" n ,Id w i I 1 ,,
l'itl' 'i v r'ir tain as 1 |:for '. Ii 1 r
t lt' 'nice- te-for,.


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;t~k the ipptort of niytv ri~r-ds.

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The friends of M .A.. It .TsWA Ri of Wil.-
-iC teis anllnon te- hi's 'alnid iC'- fur m' ll-
-r of the E's'animl('Oi t:n -ci Hird
i r Ii'- north rn rtl tr t. i uhl't t* i> fTll iet ll' It ratIv prim 1 re.
For i'faxr 'ssel l ,r.
Tl-ldin'' to ti ur ili^nt reniW'..t of I riLrit ..
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r-i-. ar f o- .'-hais undt'2ul0|'iv 'r to L -s
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raed Olive Oil.
A mistress b, fo:tc uin: g out told her
ner:' cook to fry s..,:e SaIratio,:i hli ps
in live e:l. Theli tir'st l:hi tllhat gre I-
ed tlie iuist:- ss I:, a : lieT' return ;as
an uinrec'gni iil 1te :' iLi ;:\% fiIl Woilr that
p-n.trat4d every c .':iuIny of th,e ;lnt.
l .us.hil to the kI!t ;'i:. the Ita;-tr .ss
found the clps -::.z,;:, awany in a
pa 11 t'lull tf \vL;1i i '-,,\ ,.i 1to 114e vin..l l r.
"But I told vo i )l.\e oil:"' cried tLe
mistress.
**'Ye.' s '. la I kL **.; ;n ';;:i," rl -
turned tlhe ',.k. wlo. I the \vy. cain
read anld wv ite al nt is "**II)" upollO lnIt-
ters of gooi a':tphiy anil history. lltt.
you sete. ii;i'a;in. I lld n't know what it
was. and I saw tlht bottle there,"
pointing to ai jir of live.. "a*tnd I j:,st
poured lthe stilf 'nit ot" that over, tlt
potatoes. I s'ipo<,el that where there
was olives there niiust be olive oil."-
New York Su-n.

Carioun Facts About Coal.
Australian soft or bituminous coal
produces twice as much gas as Euro-
pean or American coal. For this rea-
son the -Australian coal Is Imported
Into Europe. although it is very costly.
This is a ease of the best coal going
to Newcastle to ouist an inferior kind.
Pennsylvania i antirnite weighs twice
as much :is European anthracite and
takes but half the space. This fact
enables it to compete on favorable
ternis with the European product be-
cause of the advantage in railroad
freights.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

('Come a running, for the la-t lot of
those nolbby pearl Alpine Hats at 7.i'
cents only la-std a week : ).- dozen
more ju-t receive d, bu.)t they won't
I~iit lntiii. \Vtii'-'.

1-'Olt SALE
At a lairg:;itil. To'; ares :i) Iunder
felice alld lcltivation, the balalice
woodl:iitd i of i mile north oif Cor-
dova l'.iik. with 4-roon i houl, baiir
iand two -t;ablt~. rice iWN.i For
further inforinati or. a',pply to W. R.
l)ouli-- lon piee. or J. E. I u'luis-
son Br ,).. ('ity. lMinI1ii

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'A lemberte's
Everythi..g in -'iri:ing underwear at
White*-.
We will I umilder your sprealds for
15 cents each aulil lmaike their look
like new Star Lauil:ry.


JN/o refrigerator on the
market can equal those sold
by M.arston t- Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.

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


Suits for the little fellows, with
Double Bre i-ted Fancy Vests, the
cutest thin,.- that ever happened. at
WhI)ite's.


IlERHY D)ROP


for Infants and Children.


The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne th(e -;,,,
lure of ChIas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under i .
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow i oi.
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations an,
**Jist-as-good" are. but Experiments, and endan:er lt-
health of Children-Experience against Elxperiment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of







In Use For Over 30 Years.
Trew e -4aW"CMAW TV... WWRA v.. cv.v ~ New Veen Co"


Chas. H. Turner,


*. ARCHITECT*


--AND--


General Contractor,


lIluild .i!;j, Rr,.'irir..,. M a.l tel Kind (I .at S .-:. it_-. Pliuihinz:. :" ,- ,,
an;i!d (d .i- Fi:::i .

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
161y 'Ar'i-ti I>--ic::-. K-tiln,,a e-. P|;r., ;n ld s>eciic i,..;-. '
in ol Al linid Prepared on Shor. N'.:ico..
g'A Lir. rat'and CarefullyV -- s-ced St.ock of Fitie MR.n. i
Tiling if All Kid--, 1ithi Tub"-', C'lo---t.iind flno-etohl ApI li:t:, ,
Hot WVater andl (.ti- Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


S---THE





Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PREsItDENT.
T. E. WELLES,,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


T. E. WELLES.
of F. E. Stir.der-
K.J. WIHITM IRE.


A General


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
('AS lF ..
R. M. ;BUSHNELL.
ASST. CASH L.


0IRECTORS:
WM. FISHER.
& Co.
j I.'V F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


RIX M. ROhI.V-iN

MORRIS BF.1 .


Banking Business Transacted.


AeeJ-;)vn~zxv Iz Tfn1ed on Favorable Termr-. L:.
Bou,,,,itanSoeClctms
Pr'nl~~y Attended To.


~&CDNTSSOLICITED,


of 1110(1ici ZIP that ~ iri :1
lIt'sc r ilt I I t i Ied i i ltIi i- -4to( re' i
p.'rt.s' l ;tile. Pue(lit-wL iieall a
-"idy sis'Iy I~oi (Ij i~ l i.':i-4 l ij~
Lir~i~o' Y,'' u w:1 ist the b.-'t. !,,t
ii- fill ~ p Isti .r j i I o pi s is .i a;t z: ii?.. l




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Chinese and lJapan~e,_-
.-krnFancy Gcc ls,z-- 1

FNXE CHIN A TEAS.

NI 3t ( '- 44o l ', Sir I.r


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-I' AI--

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--'IF--



HE$TZ & CO.,


E-120-122-r

E. Government Street.
fWW rvT WWW x1%v Lcas


The tar


Laundry


T Pi. i R LASIDRY FT Of T FLOIDN


Our Address
i- i'iy-. a-ked for wi.-:. *
1, b ', utty of thl + Li;,' :. I


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A.L, WORK C,. 0. D.
'-RoC 1 14. 37 E. OARDEN S7
-:,,' J^ >C.;1 .vLt:;D FOR AND DELIVERED FRFF. -M
.A.LKER INGRARHAM. Manager


ESTAABLIRIED 1S63.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
S-----D9ALIgB IN 0


Ship Chandlery and General Harduare,

603 AND 605 %. PALAIOX 8TRECT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S SO.- '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL& BON'S PUMP.-
Caunn, lariage. Piat, lil, lauticel listriiu ts, iarts, t ackgr, chill
COMPARSE.S. LOOGR ITi.
C McKenz,- O.ertinj: ('.,11-ctin. A;rent for Bar Pilots' B-ris-v. .
elation.




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10 1900


I\lil\ I 'AN F i1EIVEY.


Causes Surprise at the National
Capital.




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they can bear IDepew spe-ak rusheti to
the -.'nae. and Ilty fet that they had
IF,Pt hwo.n treitteil rizIit 1"entwe the Pten-
atritn'.d~! not take t he tariff qluestionl
-Ind Kilo- t~ itt h idii mirt h aud fuu.


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anm thel The Kind You Have Always Bught



Otirt i- an ever rbuy store, bheraiis
f attraclioni, conei talit. various>. and
dpetundtalul. that appeal to th4--e who
believe that "money should buy
no:.ey's worth.' White's.

Call frw State Convention.
('Cal for a Atate lDemocratic convention tII
!*- h-Id at Jacksonville. Fla., Tu sdav. Junei
.O. tA ,:
Tbe demneratic party of the stat riof Flor-
ida will h.ld a -ta( 'oonveniitiol it .lJak-n-
vil'. n Tuidaly. .Iltie 19. at 12' noon, for the
rol-o itng piiurpo>-.:
T'"o choo'-s d'lem.at- to repre-ent th. state
:n the national democratic ronvertiton,. to
'* held at Kana Citlty. Mo.. .Iuly 4. 14i.; to
noltiinhte candidates for the oftlet. of (tov-
:i nior,. oie Ju'Ltiio' of the Supreme Court.
I& s*-retarv of State. Attorney-teneral
Sompt roller. Treastier. Superlnteilndnt ovf
Public Instruction. ('ominis .oner of Agri-
.tiltur-.a ,alllroid (Conitni-ioner ft', tilte
*erni of four year. four Presidontial El-ci-
r4q and four alternate. to tb voted for at
Ith' nr.xt regular *twa'e" ie~t-ion. and t l
rnan-tt s Ich other huic'-s as may come
tdf,< r- the convention.
Tbte different counties in thestate wil
.>.(,i d.leiates to thb convention upon tlih
,t;ir(winit baias of representatlon: I-gate fa r each one hundred votes cast f')r
thit 'a'tilt tt o0: th-i' tatt- ltke-t whore--
c-.;vPd the hLleiStl nuinb.-r (if vote- at th.
.rTneritl election of Ie,.. and one* addilionial
v'ite fr th. fraction lii *''.ec tht-er ,f
.*m*mi tltf !' h t il-,i all.f(d1"-.1 !; ill t;l reip-
t( ll" *l'>'!i.w iit n f o 1 l in any unvily fru
I..nt .- i' "" It h c;re the it]- ,i;' t. i i rle-s-
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GOLD DDST.


The Best


Washing Powder.

Cleans Everything from Cellar to Garret.


PENSAOOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWOI OF THE
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
SURANCE COMPANIES .......

senral AeUts of tie wqitabl
Lie Assurancc Society of tic
1T.ti. Rn ^i.


):=GOLAY--R

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

X5. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
Ma&nfact u- ,r-
CHOICE MIAL AN i Pt Itl GROUND
STOCK FEEDI.


UI llll, Patronize Home Industry, for there i
every rteaton you -hou;d hu your Meal aand
con rLok Feed from tue nHomin. Manufacturer.
r.Toi-itI^lrlf.-i' ) OMfhL~Lh6'rFT 1for by .o- doing you encoura, bohome indus-
try. Your monney is left ,i the community
and you in turn aret indirectly benemted.
WEEKL'Y CHEDUL in fostering thb home manufacturer you
contribute to the cause of labor. You owe


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salm 1 11 epors .24 isuoe:4 B;C
D.is- 611 K ly 0 .5.5 S.... H.
OA Indw-as 6.541Waarkie.~..


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Pen'acola LODGEDIRECTORY

Oeraorsn the a. Medical Society. Atter on. KNIGHTS OF r 'r iAllAS.
Operarerr Mngn the Scale.
There will be a regular meeting of Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P,
COi.MBu. ., April .- It an- the Pensacola Medical Society at meets every Monday even.
nounfcil at the stat4, headquarters of the the Board of Health office at F ing as 4 at Castle oHall
United Mine Worke.rs that an agreement o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24. In Hlutchinson hall. Wet
Intendencia street.
ha, been reached between the miners Visiting physicians are cordially v'isitlng brethren cordially
and operators of the B-llaire district at invited to attend. welcomed. H. JIDVI.K.
the new Philadelphia mine and all dif- D. W. McMILLAN. M. D., H. HOR14I.l. VI. C.
forenoe settl.d. The Indianapolis con. President K. R. & 8.
feren(e sall- was signed anil a new scale E. F. BRUCE, M. D.,
luade granting an inicretas~ f >t 241per cntr secretary. S5mt W. o. W.
to4) ot.id da(iv lai)reras. About j,0t)0 -
nimi are affect.'d. Do y)u believe all you read in the Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman ofthe


--- paper-? E.' xaggeration4 in advertis- World.
Monument to Confedlerate Dead. ing may attract passing attention ; Meetq first and third Friday night in
M.N>,R),F. (;t.. April 7.- Th. R. E. but we are not seeking passing at- eaclh month. Visiting overr" n-n cordi-
L4 4i r a tention. We're looking for perma- a M R. THA <. WW.Clrk. C. C.,
L. nimp of 'n.fedlenite veterans, aat uent customers. White'. 1HAWSClrk. .C.
thi-ir lait rt.s'nlar m fetiing, decided to - -- -


'r''t ii' l,'iltllllt 011 the n-uiarein Mon l
rt th' r iit d.ad ('cmnirads. S)petchi.,
wo'r ini li y 1,v .liinel B. S. Walker and
' .>i. .1. hn NuinillV. and ->74r #-21O was.
rii-,l 11 a tf- w iliiinurlt-. Thu zaonu.
Ili is t ot t 2.',i. and will bi readv
f.,r ir ilvilti i x r'tz'i. '.s o1 Meul ,imrial April -26. 11K)1.

Bea the The Kind You Have AlwaIs FOUi4
Bigratwre A

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


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it to the conimunity in which you live ad2
which contributes to your support.

PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

Dr. Tiareellus Me
Physician and Sr n.
tesi(tlence. Hotel F'secanbia.
Phone- 1;1.
Slice. l>'Almbhertre Huiil:n 1'N Soantl
Falafox street. Phone ".'74."

DR. Wx. C. DswuSirik.
orFOE-H-anah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENOB-400 E. Jackson Stree

Win. I. Mayean, M. D.,

Homeopatlhic Physicin an irgen,
Late of Ocala. *In..
Offers his profesalonal servles to bthe* ei-
Xens of Pensacola.
Especial attention siven Wo tht treatme-a
of Ubronic Dlseas. and loelsesme of
Women and Chlldrtan.
Thirty Years Practice in the 8outb.
Office Hours:-9 a. m. to 1I m., 2 to 6 p. k.
seuldenoe Phone No. Mso.
Rwmsf-Rlount BD(l~dlng-R-ow S


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
aMsuec TmpIL. Pem 34.


GRAND EiST iBER!
To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H.M
I)dd Fellows Hall. Warrington.

Monday, April 16, 1900.

Tickets ."0 cents. ILadies Free. Free
Transportation on Dummy.


4$

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THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, r3 :PEr:-*E -.TI
No. S North Palafox Street, --PROPRIETOR OF-o
I MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. O R O N I S S1 .L O O N
Voice C'ulture. Violin and Piano, Lelpsig 0o DEALER I.N-
bystem; also Guttar, BanJoand Maudolin. 0--EALER IN-o


OPRA IOUSE. I E Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
...... JUG TRADE A rZju ,ATrTY.
ONE SOLID WJ& iK Coiner Belmont and Devilliers Ste. PENRACOLA, FLA

PHIL AND NETTLE H Cold Weather


Peters Comedy Comlanv


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office. In New, U-ti-DatC Btprtoire.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's (HAN(;E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.
and Joihers' Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on short o- PriCs=10, 20 and 30c.
n25tfPrices

Iron bedsteads are cool,
comfortable and durable- IInOgestion!
just what youth need for
summer use. Call at Mafars- e challenge the world
fon 4 Finch's and select .


one.
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Acme Beer.


THE BEST BFER SOLD IN
PENSACO()LA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A's Soll by M1. Perry a14 ', Y1tes,

The Jug Trade

13 Our Specialty.-*
P'rompt Delivt-ry .,:.k! l-factim.
(Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
401 Southi Palfox :..
Phone No. 11N. P. (. Box 2',1.
Railroad Exchange. Phone 26ae.


Telephone No. 147.


*1$
-4
/4


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.44
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Coming. .end In yu
orders and let us fil your bin before S
cold snap arrives. We will send you i
best coal you can procure for either bhalif
or beating purpoiae at reasonable prices.

TDompso0, Olse 9 l o.,
Dealers In

Coal and Wood,
Office and Yard: S. E. Corner Zarragom
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


to produce a remedy equal
to the0 Hatl lchlesl i t ni Coffu gnL
Water for the cure of In- -Everything New and Clean.-
-3 TheI. -Mon.t_ _Attracti-7 *- verintheintirewCit ndReClaMean.-evd*aiy


daiestion, Dyspepsia and
allforms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only J cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru-gists:
(ilso II. T. Green ,j Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. IV. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimonial From Judge Gahton.
tREE1 K VII.LE, Ala Auu. ,,. '*.'.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
Durity and the meritof Wiiklnson'- Match-
*,. .Mlniiral Water. This natural mineral
toni.., to my personal knowledg-. is taken
from a well three niiles east of (ir** iiville.
in t lie exact condition in which it is sold. I
have seen this water used. with wondwrfui
-uc'e-s. for dyspepsla. indigestioni. sore
.eyes aud for eruptive diseases. sir-, and
ui,'ers on nman and animals. As a remedy
fur these troubles. I do not tei-,rve its
ejual exists. It is highly reconime- ded by
physicians for a number of disease.
ZFLL (GASTON.
Judge of Probate Court, butler County.
Alabama.


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The NMo-t Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal Served Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


Three Reislar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEAnON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to s1.&~ per Day. % LODGING:
51-3 and 510 8. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida. 25 and 50c


H. H. e ICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 5 South Palafoz Strut.
All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Hand
3ON3 ViAG>AVMA


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GENERAL INSURANCE WIGOp LIBE 0l0o2s,
Palatox Street.
Real Estate Agents, Pensacola, Florida.


SThe Worlds Triumplh
of Master Brewxng.

It nourishes, invioraties and tones.
It has the uUll strong body of
the brews that built the ancient
Norsemen to splendid physical
strength, together with the refined
4qvitie ansd delicate flavr .pe-
C uliar alone to c4Oe 4za"
Master Brews.

ASK FOR. c w !a.

,T LCHtIUSTIAN Ol&iBREWING CO
CINCINNATI. US.A.


FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSA(' OLA -A LECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leav, Pensacola for the Little
Bayuu, Palmetto Beach, Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort Harrancas at
4::H% a. in. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
lsiiX a. i,. arrive at Fort Barrancas l):;45a.m
1.6. p. mn.arrive at Fort Barrancae 1:46 pm
8::30 p. rn. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:1-. p m
j:15p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:14p m
*':!ip ni arr've at Fort Barrancas 8:46p.nr
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
7:;3) a. m. arrive at Pensacola....... M:15 a. m
l1; j p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........11:45 p. m
-';W .p .m. ,rrive at Pensacola........ -:45 p.m
.) -. p in arrive at P', nsacola .. 5:4;5 p m
7:1X) p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 7:45p. i!
'N:43 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 9:8U p. m
u urd~ yq oulv.
I l efT-c: Dlec. Ist, \l,'.4.
SUNDAY 5CHlDo l3.
Leave Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barransea.
i a.m. 10 a. m.
11 a. m. Ii m.
1 p.m. 2 p.m.
p m p.m.
3pm 4p.m.
Sp.m ipm.
6p.m 6p.m.
6p.m. Ip.m.
PARE FOR WEK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 6e
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... No
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return I
FPAU ro OSUe DAY
fenaboola to 3rt Barraneas Navy
I ard and return *
Peassoola to Palmetto Beeo and
No freight received after 8:1 P. m.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900. 5


N-WS NS will go to Tampa.wh.-re her husband
C fI~t NEWS IlOTiS will engage inbusine-i..
The American schooner R. W.
Hopkins. bourd from Vera Cruz to
SApalachicola. pit into quarantine
... -n' r.vora .ar ta' it, t!tis iuornair: f.r: di-:nf action and
Irr .., .. .r 1 .,,, fum igation.
S, '" "', '* The Knigfht f PythiaQ hall on,
We-it Intendraiceia -trt-et has beenI
i.-wly llyfd ;aud rurt.ih-hed, nriew
.f* (- chair have b-een i i: in toaccomnio-
u .te th, rapidly growing mnembr-r
''Jip. and it I-now one of the hnud-
i, 3 .- -..; q; :, i : ; tIe -jil -st l>dge ro( -s in the South.


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. HALLIDAY & CO.


Special Easter Offerings


zat the following


TI aaa,,.?. tw1ani


reduced prices --


rl I.rr.


The -t.,re aA dr(-taurant of Jos- tidLUJ taWmr U.'!
- ~' ~.r. ~James. corner of Zarrasges~a at ~d sr' tpnlnt orlnofR- ~Dtnts' $2.100 loves reduced to t44 .5.
~~ ~* Wivlei -trpeet. irm being torn down sane" l Brhq, Stock C'ollars. ('ordo-d Blair *Il.tAlCoiored Uioves du--to*
Sarid waill he replaced by a brick Ilem~titched Plaid Ties. with Fringed End'4.Trou uaned$(4 iNt.
'i ildn~. te re~uranthavin beenI)oublf-i faced.(-'ord-edg#- 8atin and Tafita-ta YOr(Urftei i4 i'


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


.SRAI PADDUIAI AI C11


. ------End- riarii-icti z-.nu a sTi, astz Bung nea, rEtc. we call peciaa attention to <>uir Silk 0 IVLiWW U r
i.. . ::t t-d. t mured across the street to Butl -r r Taffeta Gloves, an excelle.,t iove, for Sum-
r 1 ,f -v"I i. r*-:.- Bro-'. old stand until the new build- Pr mer w-ar.
..: .camet l,-t M ;in, ins i.. pushed. H'i er. y0r lllbT erwa O L'R first announcement of
Sa-. A. ('Tihatto!fTIE NEW:- Ben Dunham, the Pensacola boy w, ha1 th;i, Newert and Most t'p-to-ltate Hil1 Udewe
a ,-j ta. il- i,'I- i \y lln%--. who has made a world record as the stock of ParLolaever diS Hosiery. in plain., open work and Apparel. A generous
a greatest horizoutal bar performer on fancy effects. from l e to t2.5t.
-. ra-, aerd 4 arth, has returned from Europe and mbrCllaLGve our 25crade of Ladiesand l- of colors and styles to select f
.lic('. court reward i..i u or*n ', ia now fidin atn e nragetnent at dren's Hoslerya trial; they are the best
:r I,. A. McLea u of tt lf'reep'(,t Madison Isquare Garden, New York. Ladie'. Men's and Chlldren's in all quall- value for the money to be found anywhere.
2t),- r 4 '., F ro-lrt. i- 0: t,,. city. it is hoped that he will visit his rel- ti-h. W, hav- In stock a few le-ft of our Ladles' Vests, we have from ,tc to $,.iXt. e Carry all kinds: the la
i;r . a nativess here this euin ier. cellent value, while the-v last at l.m'; also LiAle Vests,5c value, for %5c. they cannot
a' .t t -rc o andr-in-hifunihr Hey- a.cb Cloe oI umbrella at S1.:'. be beat. Clty Of well known brands. i
*i- i-a i; t the Merchait-. Conimanduer-in-chiefCharler.Hey-t!
S, wa- wood of ihe United States Marine ---- .' r/ll i Pril." famous fo
^a :, ,'" *+ "*:* at tt .- '-:ysterday afterutoni aid wa. met by BL CK D .
.a lieutenant and orderly from the Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black Goods the fact the best fitting V aist in
S.M \.d; J: -f ira-wton. Penisacaila navy yard, who escorted Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
,. :.r.. the 5 him to Palafaix wharf, where a boat shown in thi- city. including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chine dealer cr customer can den\.
,,:.. wa' in waiting to convey him to the Tamise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. In the Cotton, Wool, Silk and
re ,'- Murray yard. There hL- was welcomed by a Wool and all Silk, we strongly recommend this material for its lightness idea of our offerings by a glar
.te of urray f 11 cunQ. T!hi di-tinguished and durability, and the proper fabric for the present mode. We alko have I
S, ( .v-d .: the Ev-,anibia officer is her, -io an infection tour. a Larg- Line cf -taples and Fancie. in Black Goods and at the Right Shirt Waist Window, and
i' i*. He i, the gue-t rif Couniandant W Prices. Shirt Waist Window, an
i* o -f. i.'- 'T I*-Fiia:.iak sprinai,- XW a-i-initije. LI E N i
.,,-" r-trdia ;.. e. LI N NS. heretofore by reason of our M
; -.i-A. A LITTLE KNOWN F'ACT. .For oe w-t-k only to introduce and bring before the public our Stock -r_ -


\V,-11- wil a na:, a :-w l't:at thf- iajrity serious di- (of Dain.k-. Tow-l. Reniaissanc# Dresser Scarfs, Sideboard 8carfQ. Centt(
: ,a',.r w:.i ,' i- ,,-t (t- a-e originate in disorder of toe Piece- ai:d Daylies. we will offer a Special Discount of 10",,
-' t. a. ki idrey. Fo!ey's Kidney Cure i- -
S-rin-t a.dr wif'"- ,f Mc i -1 taraunt"' i .-" rv It to-day ifyN ) lltare
~vI ,. :t.r,- a ,,)z tIth ,j#- uo.-t :. t ,t i. ;, ,* . j. iA -. A K a.,
I a.nIltI t,,-,Ay. T"l"r:. T .T., ,,: 1,. 33 and 35 Palafox Strero t.


Aw r. W il : A isrt. ff, s ~ c,,I hoMe-i15nd4m
n *: i''s-jrofi- Nalch w;1 tralth t'.ai o m
i:..7..AI II)IA I Ca


Irterestir Figures.


ipital of the FIour Grpar Hanks of' the World.


New Arnivals of Spring
assortment, large variety
rom of Ladies' Waists
irgest assortment in thL
Among them the famous
r fit, stvle and finish-in


the land.


This fact no


You may form some
ice at our large exclusive
I they are cheaper than
Ottoo: "SE A-. CHI:\P ANe


I. ILIAY ICR-.XSE I LLbUSINSS.~~


New
Arrivals!


IACE8 AND NMBROIlRIES! Aivas:


Oar Cen.tre Tablt-a ,t .::',aiiir)g beneath a goodly share of t.- Newe-t
T-i.iiL',-- in Laces and Embroideries.
Swi-s Eliing atr: I:ilaertion, Hamburg Edgi ;:a Ld Insertion.
Valticia Lace and Insertions.
MaIacine Trlchion EJging and Insertion.


(itrinan Torc!'on


ApIqiue i..Lc- an:d I lertioi.


LI. ipl-rL"V I.ilitI rita itry 11Ol
rsima rsia:-d hby r, their

*- P~Ii-:(t'l t i-to tt rid their
r Matouda% .lad11 at W;irriizvgorr.
-pIaortatifti- on t ha- dutuaiin'wall
.ikL. He irtri-. ow- oif the fio-it
taul and art i-tieraprater-; (of thi-a
-i. '.a-t.'a rd hi, caon na-c. io witth
l'-: '~ia I:PIro- -. a.11 W h ict) riara-r
a.h -me -as it', flr-,t publici-


Prr'gra ., ., S.-r.: at Sr. Mi.tairl'. Bank of England,
( 'At. ,In ('hL.r'h


. .. $86,047,935


Hlyvw,#-k-servceer at st. Michael's Bank of France, . . .
c, .a :, Imperial Bank of Germany, . .
%k ,,drs-eiday. Ten,-ttra r, 5 ;5p in.
l1 Vly TIluI'day, Ma.. a. m.: Evening
,a.,.-.7:-,,,p,,,"sgBank of Russia, . . .
Holy Cuisslii ni>n will ha- admiai-.ra d At
4:'tat m. (tn -"l I-'riday(:t Ma- of their' Ire-
aictitri-d. na. n. I: -ngtrin aof the pasa-ion. i Total, $1
-Holy w ay of the tn'-r.", p. in.; k .venslg
l ''ot ution11 7:*i' m .
.H.iv '.:atur.a. .I-ion morsa, wall .en- FUIDS HELD Y THE MUTUAL LIFE IISUINAIE C8NPAI N
dictin- fat hr will a ns.,a.t in liaring conie--
-soai. East.r ia rtr F THE PYENT F IT PLICIE, EBER 3tv.1. 1
.1. '. M'CA,- i:iN,. l'Pator. F511 THE PrIiENT OF IT: PILICIE:, DECEINN, 31, IIII,


If Troubled with rheumatism. give.
r.- Tl>i-,-n ia- eon-tantly miak- I Cianberlain Pain Balm a trial. It
.. ili atv.-ment- iIIt he prl-rt will not co-t you a cent if it does no
.-u hy l.. H,- i now tearin' good. One application will relieve
wn the. old building at the corner thpai. -cures sprains and
1I.t.-u- ;Id l .ate(lencia trq--tsand brui-es in one-third the time re-
a .-r.(.-ta h.:and-.n- new residence quired by any other treatment.
SCuts. burns. fro-tbitpz. quin-ey.
'1 a. M.ain Soiiiitn -r- and little pains in the -ide and che-t., elandin-
... r Luci >-. ,-f IDenver. ,'ol.. lar and other -w* lin z- are quickly
K-. x;,-etd t'o arrivohere thi.,after- cured by applying it. Evw-ry bottle
z -. ,na tls 4:1- train tt j,,ik, M rQ. w:irra it .-d. Prie'. '.' and *,' (ti.
::.p,, -, ;n,' ., r. M r-. H iLa.'-. F,,or -.ale- !y Hlartir.t ; 1:r -. a:id all
.-,--r ,,t (' "oa. -n. I'ri.-(l,( t.: m iim ,Itltciie- d'.al,-r-.
a s .. asn ri .' -,Irt-nt.. r
A .- v-.e ..1. 4 , ..,,ir. tlni; i


-a- .\1,14.11 and bflxtl. '.I1.%Xl ,t#,*-.
I alit fi ~o mi n r~ati ~ua ~ -s '.'Iii N
'a 'i. i~' t.1Q1 utt--n i -l.a
I'';. *r. at.sa aC!2 -.I-;. W- :H.. as a~h d-


Or SI125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
'Thi' new- ftorm of poalivy of Tinh Mutual Life Insuiran.'c Co'mIpany of
N,'% York. Hichar, A. McCurdl'. President. provides:
Fir--- Th'e SEC''lHITY of 8:104 1.44..537 of asset-.
S.-.,.nd-l'H( FIT''ABI.E INVESTMENT-
hir, -LIB ERAI L IANS T(o TIHE INSU'REI).
l-:\1 e!l'i t.-rrn in-airairce in <-:,-, of lap-,.
A nt, ia ti, puil-u ini-urn i t'. iho t cliha,, ,, o f l,,,li.'y.
l.i iTratl urrend vr v :ivir..
( l :t. ; ]1rioi l i' a'r:ai'" iln Ja:in \ p ia-i t ,at ir-t.liuilii .
t" ',: .: ii ,r iiil,,raii:a ,it i ,1,,I 'V ',,


CECIL WILLCOX, General


Point de Spre!t, Oriental and Plat Val. La,'-e.


36,500,000 -."'' lean:m;alt- H.:an.burg Edging. six yard leI:zlt!,., w.r: t:' ". a at .'c.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin underwear *
' One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmpd and tucked. l.a- I and (, at...I le pair
Sizes 3. 4. 5 and '. only....................................... pairr
O:ni Lot ,'hild' Trimmed Drawers- at ('o-,t Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Oown- at Cor.t Mark.
One Lt Child's Trimmed Skirts at ('<-t Mark.
One Lot Misei' Trimmed Gowns at ('Co-: M.tik.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed ('hemi~ep. worth : .'. for.................:ic each
One Lot Ladi-es' Trimmed Cambric Chemise. wort!; 7.'.: fr.......4-e each
ne Lot Odds and Endss
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to, Clo-e (.)j: a: (',-: Mark Price.
. . . . . . . . . . . .


/nvestigate the Convertible


Ternr Confracts


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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHIH. i' ,. ,I." : .


'I "Ix.l


Agent,


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JA2 KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.


KREUGER


& KUGELMAN,


*IZWL4O0fESALE GROCERS.-Z*
.\N JN F\YI R. 7,,N'FRII-f ANT~\) N -,roc('i 0OF FANC'Y
i: i1) N EI t)S A N PKI tA L'l-IFES.


Telephone 151.


THE


FORBES


STORE.


ALL THE NEWE T SHIlRl WAIS iTS! U





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The CAlebrp.tod "Troejain" W niqtq. t'!a M,-t l'.'.f.," ,: \ Wa:-
, : .: .2 ; t ''.> .: -- 'r i. 2 .T :_. $1. T anSd E ..-'. .Q
r 3 r-_BE- _r -_E 5 2 ~-2 CS.-2-5-2-.S~--- -
) B A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.
C -c SS-?5S2 25 S 2SES2ES- 25-2S552S2SSaS2S2525a22SE52s
S()h1r El ire Lilne of" 51 a'i; (ite. Waists f r 1t4. Each.
Ai 'llF -F A\l MAD" WIIH THE SAME CARE AS DOLLAR (OOID.


Just Received!
1t Linen (Hemstitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
S---..Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.- -


.T.s Bm ForI b-es
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LEWIS `E e & CO., Sole Agents.

Old QuaKer, Hunter and Pairole Iye Whiskeys.
::--Chesterfield BoUrl con Whiskey.-(::-
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l'-11-iis I'.p p e tr iiir t XVX'f t r-.' :s li k ~ ~ ~ ~ ' \' u h : s s !
l#'-!iais,.t sail de-:t-s a,,r


l:apnar il; Bro4'. :are :agenit ftor i), -
V,- ug."', h Cure. Diarrh,,,: It in:
"-(yv and Witch Hazel Salve. T'ly
.':;arintee all three- tf these prepara-
ri,':i and will cheerfulily refund tha-
!,nonr'y to ally one- who us.--4 then
without being benefited. Price "'
c .nts each.


Some folk-' pretences to always
undl-rsell the world are rather tire-
oine. No one has monopoly of
brains and money. It will be a sor-
ry day for thia town when competi-
tion ceases. White's.


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DRESSMAK I( uclK,


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RIGULAI


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$ick Apostle's Restaurant.


Photographic Artist,
204-4 South Palafox St.


- .rt (ardert. Promptly H crL,-d all Hair-
of Day or NiihLt.
F s i and Oysters in All Styles.


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GEO. A. ryw'tr.ON,

Lieyules rid Bityele S52ables.


-Aga-at for Itaainhiir.CievceJand and K."cloJ.
kiiee #-%. a-jix 'aYeatr. a'xpprli~n, S es j a
pairing of flicycle%, (:&,;b k'gi~ts-ro,
fypoawrlterig. (iuna. Et:c. K-s mae- t
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UNITED IRISHMAN SEIZED.
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Arne4 tout tail u Vwthinka*- 'itthe'c untl
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ACTS GENTL.Y ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSESTHE SYSTEM

D pt '5-,EFFECTUALLY,



H4BITUAL C0oNS-iITIoN
PERMANENTLY
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At t..empt-ato, R'olb e (ei: i-te a nf~e.
w\I aizLN'. !,i~.. A Iril I ..-Aix at-
tt'inip! '%%-:I- .111 I a 1A.-w qot eeel thf,' anft.
1i : a .11a1 a a t Y l~ S, t. iallivR an at thte
!'':,- TVa Ti!- l paa' I ina' r t.m't lire kk.' ae
tll. -I.!t a ,C -IIa ndCI 011 t, hall anax. lie'
.t It 'I 11a0' t, aRaai- a.jo.and with
aie- xa :ala x, W"'tra 'Cli !xt l wx roke the.
c.~ jii ;,;i.ti. i )-iaal leaa att, !o "aftfe fromtinit-

II,'.kesmi cm in'ei'le tot Death.
Am I.%\ I ota Aprmil 7.-WV. M. Au~eit, Ia
bn '- ay '.C1 t ic (".1anti. (if a t ~ rgia
raln ow'ls ewaid ita in'a'txlatr cat t lht.-'Yardl crew'a.
Vi~- ilel I i'.ii t-liet~il'tatilicoupe..
a I-lx ca r. ll'. Ii-.f,. et caug tiw i t t In au o a
t'w'ch hiri'cl11#-16 1111 Cle..apit&. hiq.
uja ati hte'r thit'who-C'AlSatthe' ba cur
p~ma". aa'i l' l Iii he ai'

t a i Ap-il "I ro I, :a ic-l-
tha la NI~.a1, figaaJ2hglt, con.i
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'L tit anwl iQ po-itiv'ely If-e
v i.'r;. ru fluitml ir Se a i an1kd
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PROGRAM FOR THE REUNION
, (General .M1orntan Approves the 'Work.
Sthe ('ommiltt.nday Ball
LoVs:'. ILLE, April 9.-G-(tn,-ral (;- E rg-e
M.rm Ain, adjutentt g *u'-ral of th- .ttl-d
C :f-.l-i. ra, v "'r..:N-. .- -n Irhr for -A'--
svt r! iaay.- I. :. '.rri: with the Dti: T- m w-
vill,- rin,,: :: : rt n rRard t., the -
reun'nl : : :- t. !ii mlI-n'e .on May
30. u. xt. -,A;-;r w, days lotikil-og GAfJovu a 2, Nr 3rE
. ov(r t::;i-*..-; whibh has- alrea'dyv een
i..:- i con- hpley Light Infantry.
mitt,., iV l.i- itHivi. find ox"K:r ,..l,: in
fortniubLtin; la!.ti- for thev. w-rk which
wiUl rtipy' t t'ilVtwe t-n -.Vw andW the *
dit, >f the ru;.:i .i. The Chipley's Intend to Mfakp thiI ill the Bizcest Stice:-z of any
Th,.y: have trt :r wrk wt1llin hand and they have heretofore given and will spare no expense to that e:d.
plansa- :r, Ir.-::yiv fully maede fir the car-
ryin, ,.r ,t every :,-eaura in:i',:. ct L'..CAnfe.,h rnte hall i. nearing
c, n:pl-ti an:d will b tnii.-Jed in about -
2J t1-lI-. "THE OLD URTTA DL."
Law r t,-..hlavt bea nw set'red and ar- THE OLD ABL ."
r:'uent-r- bav" been made for tLhe
coaimfort ot the vet.-rans while here.
(Gu. MIrmin cominmiends the thought-
fulnCe o-t tha' canunmittee in securiung a W Mu l l e r
band fir (tach ditvi-ial in the parade. .
H. :. apprv.-s th' (di-ClSiou of the Uloice Fam ily Groac lBes, *.
col:ir:ltt- that the ll.rande will be -0 ar-
ra;ngdl that the old veterans will coun-
t-rniar.Ml, se that they'W cu sete each 44 .ur, IMeal and Food.
other (u.:ing th" I .r:tde.
A Trick Thai Woon.
A few weeks ago a pretty little Pa- Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.
rislau actress was apIlKaring at a the- _


ater in G(e'ne\a. the pilay a tall. wtll dissed l m:an sent
In his ,':irl au id.o l Ic ;'l .-i(.in to
thali:k !.Lr por',,n;ally fr Ith,' pIlhtasu -r'
that her lo.rfiirt::itc.es L.1ai gi\fla i to)
him. ,II.- .int ietainikled her at sni;~u 'r
alIdl -'.,'l p-le i--.a| l 10 11 Set lt. 'r nil" 1 a t

S It ri\t > v. i'1i :: ; 1 1 L. l ,o w I:!:-
ryti'_' :: t:,r!i.a l l, io- i ,lia 11' t,. l l.,.r C L,:0 : Ie. !hi:i 1 t 'l. .r1 i u e!a f
t'c L I t al.e:'. :. a .ims :;i I ':a'I mIi I
w\! ;l:,, i: t hl' eli,' I. ,:h w ith !i pr [t'"ss
ait l. ] Ir m I lit ;.'. 1 a ;i i: n !. ;I t ;ia'
l':tri''. la .a'. ;i :,-'a .,;:-hai .<;t eaf tla-
I '':I t '-- Ill I' I : l- t .' l I (a Iti to I 1> a' !'' t'.
anicl -! fa'IInil a I:l';iili iac'lnt 'alrri:ztc,
at tlith st;itilm. A tii<' li:)niier fillotwi'd.
The. girl w:.Is iltin]b wvithl astiiis.!-
ni '-lt. llr hict toll lher ttit it '.v:nis
nill far tht- s'aket of hit s brother. whoml
Ih' lo\fed l'n-;'ilv. andl he spoke patth't-
icnily of tihe b.iautifuil boutiiuet that
she carried land which was made lip of
t!,owr ,s culleil In the garden of the old
honi'stcad. She offered him the botn-
qCic't iii-tlintly. and he accepted it with
a thoti!e-ail thanks.
Now sihe has found out why she was
treated so well. She had b en the
tniians of smniizallng watch springs to
the value of $1,
LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
And iDelegateso Itotie C4unty Conven
tion at Powelion, April 14.
Fallowintg are the candidates for
the legi-lature and the list of dele-
.gate- to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton, April 14. en-
dorsed by the Workingmen's Dino,-
cratic club:
For lihe Legiclature.
C. Moretio Jones-.
If. C. Cloipton.
IIlegate- to County Conventimn.
Pr-cincit 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
PIuii. E. A. Cre-cille. WVin. Carmi-
c'!I-,l. Tho-,. G. lIivr-.
I'r-clni: ;:;-J. V. I. ( tni.a. Ar-
;':iIr J >!,!,.-.... J. ( A v#-.ry. J. %Vhit-
inl', H l 1.I;-. .:.s. i, Sw'e n -v.
k'r-.i'cl l--(;ts- Ei' .e'n. J. E.
hi:mr-s. A. r. Zlie-, H. Cr. II,-Silv.m
Ja Fl; *rAt..
l'r,-,.mc'a t l,'--Th-,,. Jehil-, i. Jah.:t
f'. Jet:d -. rF'. E. ; 4 lllllVi'll-. X'V. A.
I): .hI,:iin, H. A. Water'-. 14m-tf
(~t A LIICATION
Of' V eer,. in Dfintieratic I'riimar
Elein > AIpril 10th. 190o.
All white IDIr'iepr:its who are r-ze-
ister,-<, and wo,, havepaiid th,-ir i,,l
taxe-' far itn. a.la s 9 : ;lld :;-!t<.
Th,'-a ;>er-,:-; llmtt vote in the
pric inet w!,.ir'- they ar,' reistered.
ll l(--s tr:;Ii-.!. 'real 1e foare tr'e el ."'-
C vii!y t ,.c'".i, r\i i-ar of -egi~ tra-
Vt'.-.,'- w. a !ihave' r.n'a cived fr'an
I'l'k ;a;' a'I' r '; aae .:m.ath. +! e ..ij:i, I! + i
-I' .,. ,' ('aa I,,ii |I.' tr .&n-lf- ;,1A
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COFFEE, CO.FFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Ifare 10"1 fr7e1 Sivan.'"
I )o:ci/,rj.' It v's the u'hitest
zai; su.(acEfst on lthe .4meri-
('an markAet, in barrels. half
,barrels. 2.' pound and 12
,Iou d sai'ks, whiole.,ale and
retail.
Try J)ela tour's Ginger
.4le: best Mineral Waters
on the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
.S1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly Roasted
(Co/fees.,
.T. JS. Af'HUGH,.
i 'hole0eale and Retail Gro-
cer. Phone 105.



Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


Co Palafox and Zarragossa Streets,
. -:- PENSACOLA. -:- P.


0 Box (f.


SOMETHING NEW

E EVERY DAYY
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502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Telepo xioxio 83B.

AlPatrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Vi-it and Inspect
their Immerse Stock.

TIME TART.E.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IRATTRLOAD.
IN EFFECT JANI'ARY *27. 110).
No.6. No. 2. No. I. No. 8.
12:45 noon 11:21 p im Leave. Pennaeola .....Arrive 4:1.5 p In .",:I a m
2:15pi 12:. a night Arrive ...Flomaton Arrive 2:45 p I 2.3'i5 am
4:12 p in 3:06 a m Arrive ..... Mobile ...Arrive 1-:i' noon 12':2' night
X:: pmn 7:44>a in Arnive. New Orleans Arrive 7:.~1am 7:4.'5pm
6:IN0 pm in :1) a In Arrive.. Montgomery Arrive 11:2I a mn ::.0 pm
*ei.' a m 7:101p m Arrive Na-liville ..Arrive 2;21 a in m a amn
12:25 noon 2:30 a m Arrive Louitvill- .....Arrive :12 pm 2:5 a ni
4:05 pm 7:05 m Arrive-.. ncinnati Leave 6:45 p ni 11:0 pm
js&-'rw&EN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 2l. I No. 8. No. No. 2. No. '2.
II:.55night 7 :t4i a ...... ... Pensacola .ll:'W p it 1 1:.i p m
12:5xnight 7:: a m Milton I : in .5:'* Ip inI
4:1$a ni e'. a in 1'elFuriitnk Mpriring :.; p ill ": 2 p ni
'*::na I 0:3:4 a ni . hiipley p' : I p in I 1:- 7 p III
7 :(J a m 11:15a in tM aii 11nn111ii I 1i I 1-'.';1 poVl'
:15 a !i 12:;' noon l: !v r .Junction pl ..; p iI I i':-':I n i
...... 1 l13 p in . l' Hlliahm e .'..;
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TI: OIlllliAN EILW UI IlRs,


S. A. FRIEDMA Prop.
AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK' K HEN HARDIN S0Ii? MASH.
VERY FINE; lFRIEIDMAN'S CEI.EHRATED OLD 'R'VATE
,-TOCK. 12 YEF:AR 01.1); OLI) SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERF('CTION OF PIRIi'Y. AND
LOTS OF OTHER 'RANDS WHICH
Sk'AC'E WILI, NOT PERMIT
TO' MENT'0 ION.

g T"'The Large-t an;d h-t selt.-d Stek o 1, { H \V. -ky ;ahl
Wines for Family I's0.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
'W"Also- Azent for the I",pitr u ; tPah-t M lw:i~ike l1.. r. Fr, I )-liv-
ry to every Part of the City.


P. 0. lcx 41",,


PEN'.''I.A.FL.A.


JOHN McDAVID,
' CURE YOURSELF: REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
SRE. I h. l' t f .r "
tts '.-.I :,-"h C CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
a" 't .o.r. 'f L 'I 1 .. "' AND TIMBER LANDS
sT FAtt C se -t r p.... FOR SALE.
u S t bpia r,, n .a I boans Plieed at Reasonable Rates.
cr"' .< a L.r ..W:I r "4 East Government street .


OUR


NAME'S


PANTS !e


Said about W&O pairs of
long legged. sl ort legged,
slim, fat, pus-y, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
60(i pairs of pants in one
day is a good many. but
what about thenm? "Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimnere pant-. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good ca.silnl re pant?.
Some are t!: rre, dollars a
pair. good va a 'asiiinere
pantt. Somn. are two.
three aian four dollars :*
pair. good wor-ted pant-


buy p,antx ifor (arer-


tisinf purp/oxes-t,, sound

cheap. I 'e hy ood pants,

pants that are made of

good goods: pants provided

with all the comforts of

h ome; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(to watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see

if she is Iet/ing half of

yomur income pistol pockets

an d re/'eshiien t /,ockets-


WE S[EL AI*




W6m P111,

Slid as a rock, ,lain ,r faicy pat-
tern- foir $2.).' tl,-it t w ill I...p' t an bl,-
hrliil 11mail nI-y i !.t- nd (d"y- te,
wear thie-i oil*t i, ,a v- .. ii,1 fii,
1:4*i..'', <'aI;l' tie'w f.I,!" a t' --itelra '
paiit-. l~;a;,'

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Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL 03OES SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

S> ooms for Rent by the Day, W(eek or Ionth. :
3Vi, 312 Korth Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot.
O-Telephone 68.---0 .. il ,I
--.GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.:- -,- 'a- a" ; e' -t .' -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. \ atr.ni/.z, u Pl:[. it
FRESH VEG[TIBLIS REGiIlVi DAILLe. HL [ A I All RETAIl.


If allo 1 'ii 'm ifl'nrat C
atC tI~a'ii.'l1naoliicoc


Pensacola. Florida.


ua w,' r-te
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CO.


The Bi! Dowi Taoa Ciother?,

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CHICHLSTIERS ENGLISH A
FENYROAL ILL;,THE
!EN orlieusl;!tI-r..-tThese tiny Capsules ire superior
for CI(H ERIN lNi 'Hto (lam~Of Cpi
In KED ai "aIiGd n.J:-w*.17 N -X pal
sao o'b.a ak. tber. Kvtuae Ct'bebsand .Injections
a eeemebotsmutie. and Imla i l
ma n wo r P t e l u T ra ilm~e a l .l u i e m i h m
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THE DAILY NEWS.
ILIterei at the Post Offiet at Pensaacola.
FPM- am second -cia'ss uat trr.
OrvTIEg: Pitt Rutiding. 1ii, South Pala-

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THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
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THE WXIC.K~IY W'IWB:
Publiabod every Friday at V1.- per year
Postage fIrer..
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id.,VK1#ifw9 Rates Furnighed en oppi~cafion.


Ths paper Is om et with the
AMII AVERTISINm CO.,
adhtts Budiag. SBL Past, Minn.. where
hmbarwebe earertiacer and other may
a e It mas where esttiateg will be give
p* re *parr w NKERAL ADOVIRTIING.

PEIBAOOLA, APRIL 10. 1900
400a
PRfCINCT DELEGATFI 8
The Mays liemocratic Cluhot Pt-nsacola
lbas.ndorwMed the- following ticket for del-
oegate from th- city pre-inclts to thb I)em-
(rtic County ',onventl(n to tbe held at
rowelton. April 14 and ask thbt they b.
given a hearty support by t tie v,-terS:
Precinct l-4'. H. iiita'le... 1tavrl Shee-
baa. Wm. Bazz.ll, J. I0. Maxwell, aad I. 1.
Wrighton.
VIrectinct 1.;-W. A. Rlounit. Thb-. Hannah.
Joba 'hCri-t. J. Xo. \ it,.- aid \W. T.
1'sscan.
Prec'irct .14-<;-o. lhr,,wn .).. 1. 1oh iison.
J.G. M t.aughl.v. ,l l.1. :,1n r iand J. E.
flaro.
r einct ::.-F:. H. 'Putnam. J. 'Mn nelttt- J. I -. Ab.. rcr,'l lll-n Iat! VW A.
l'ucham.
THE war department ha- bestowed
historical n;tini.- upon the i-new -ea
coast definsei-. Those chosen for
the new batteries and fort- located
jn Florida a. e : s follow-:
Key Werst. at Fort Taylor. Bat'ery i0..
IA0n; at same fort. Battery <'-ceola at
same fort. Bhttery Se-ninole.
Tampa Bay. FIa.. on Egtmont Ke-y. Fort
l.ade:on .MulN-tt Key. Fort DeSuoto.
Pe-rtac,'la bat. at Fort Plckenp. Batt.-ry
W orthli: iii toI t. Hattery Culinm.


S A i'.4I.E mI-s-age from New Ze-al-
and report the arrival there (of the
antarctic expedition fitted out 'n
is*t to discover the south pole. The
report says that the expedition
reached latitude 7T and "located"
the pole, but gives no description of
that interesting object or of its sur-
rounding-. although it carefully
cirea the names of the party, in-
cluding the cook. Utility does not
appear to be a necessary element of
polar expeditions.
THre American Lumberman's rec-
ord of timber and lumber exports to
f *reign port- for February shows
that Pensacoia's exports oif sawn
timber for that month amounted to
4#,'S4 per cnt of the aggregate from
all souther:i ports. as against 41 9mI
per cent in January. 2:1* per centin
December. 2'. .5,9 per cent in No'vein-
ber, til.(oI per cent in OIctober. 4i.41.2
per cent in September and .7.1 i;2 per
rent ini Augu-t. The exports from
this port in F -brary of boards, deals
and plank- were 26.43 per centt of the
total from all southern ports, as
against ;';..12 per rcent in January,
:&,.s; per centi in Iieceibtiler, 27.72 per
cent in Novniber. :33.13i per cent inl
()October, 2 "'- per ('c-tl inill S-;'*-in l
and :;1 7 per c. rJt in AIu -:.


lI'uni:r,; !tr e PartY
Pl'rofe--in.: *, dc-ire ., ,.):n;ipl. t"
unification of the d4i )0i- a :ic tl .Is tyI ,
hy ir.vi;!!'i l!,. <0,-,*i tr'. li,"> of all
t;o)se vo, I- \ in con-i-htotl-Iy
it,.-ented fi.,t l ti-, t(i in- (f the Clui-
cago i*l.ath', ni. s0itie of .hi hidt-
1, unid 'x'.tr i;e -:-4 .ir,- following tht-
l*-.td of "* 1 ai t i r of l :..it!ioll. l
Co., tiin : . P \ !, ,-, fillllc i 'li- \ li
s-a-e i; u e i'nin. of t4 f t! in-#
i 11 .4 l '" 2O t 1 1,it t h1l, :1t1,. 1 437
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laiitc i:. i i i: ' ~ :. A- t t, "' -; t -av -:
it ': Part. I -Olt. d- i l their'li -


face. i ;t: i , ;'a .at ', ; tt ,.
t -I yrt ,,. ; -I1 ira ii-d in. ti -ir

l ...at il ;i l:.. oke tilei-r :ll,.! i;aiice to,
1..t- |,.ir:. ; ''.'*;.* Is the grn titli.:-a
ti,,I: o. t I lili. 1tilitm and il111i-liiii
: ,en: fr t ,i-i! deft-rtion worth more
:o the e~tr 1i1---t- th:in thti- reh:ibili-
:atAlUo> of t p;e party in ilftl? S'nall
tie few-- fr their tiunibers are
i-rr-atly reduced since lP<6-who in-
itat that an acceptance of thlt
c'hicago platform is the only true
test of a democratic voter's sincerity
and loyalty to his party, govern the
action of the many. who truly be-
lieve in a genuint- restoration of the
party to its former proud po-ition,
by drawing together all of its scat-
tered and divided element.-?
These are questions of vital im-
portance to the successof the democ-
racy this year. and they address
themselve, to every member of the
nartr. in every state of the Uni-ni.


BELMA EXCURSION.
The Commilirea Bustly Engaged Pre-
paring f r the Event.
Chairman Clnbbs of the invitation
committee has received from Genl.
Freight Agent Jhepard of the Louis--
ville and Nashville railroad a li-t of
the business men of Slu nia and invi-
tations are now beit;g priut.d to for-
ward to them.
The ielmna excur-i .n w;l. .:rive
here April 24 and the visitor- wi.. be
entertained that day and t:ie n, xt.
one of the principal feature- b-i g a
bay excursion and a fl-h dinrar.
The other committees are all act-
ively a" work and a ?ple.ditl prr-
gram will be arranged for tle eiL.:-
tailinent of our gue t-.
J.a Gripp- Sucvesfu'ly Treated.


"I have just recovered from the
second attack of la grippe this year.'
says Mr. Jas. A. Jones. publi-her of
the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "[n the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two d iys. against
ten days for the former attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally as bad as the first
but'for the u-e of this remedy as I
had to go to bed in about tix hours-
after being 'stuck' with it. while in
the first case I was able to attend to
business about two days before get-
ting 'down..'" For sale by HaLnah
Bros. and all medicine dea!-rs.


PHIL AND NETTIE.
They Play to Big Buisiness m n Their
Opening Night.
Notwithstanding the intere-t taken
in county politic-, the topra house-
wa< crowded last i.ight to welcome
Phil and Nettie Peter- and their
talented company. The play wa,-
**Fighti:g for Fortune" and it gave
general sati-faction. The play to-
niih!itjwill be "Wanted. a Husband."
fr,-morrow night a handsome dre -
pattern. now on exhibit )n at thne
F.orlbes -tore. will be given aw' y, and
(on Saturday night some thcky :n-
dividual will receive 12' i .n ,a-: a- a
gift. There will be -t candy :::.i:Li
for the children Saturday.
FRESH SHIlIII
at V. J. V:dal'-. Phone 1:,4.


We are doing a big zl-int---. a,.l
it i no wonder. Why -hy ui'l:'t we?
There is no particular nyv-:tery about
our success. We always have the
right goods, the right service and
the right prices, and these always
win. We emphasize the h,ne-t treat-
ment feature and sell to -ell araini.
White's.
HIUTISIH VICE CONSI LI
F-'rederit-k Bonar of Br~st appointed
to Succeed the Late () m(n(d C.
Howe.
Frederick Bonar of Brest has been
commitsioined by the B itis!: govern-
ment to be British vice- ,,i -ul at
Pensac 'a. vice O-n:ond C. Howe,
d eceai- 3.
Mr. Ge.ci:e W. H .wn- ..f :: ,-.:y.
a ,son the late vice co:.-;., was
strongly end. r(ed for :he h -i:iion
and it was th.ughit he w-, .il receive
the aipptointment. The ann.--unce-
inlent iof th,- al'pt iti:of:.: of Mr.
Bonar thOIerefore cit, t- "- .;1i.. --> -.
(Of thi- aIpoi iin ent thI It,,L;'J+jit
DI)ailv Telegraph of .March 25 5-ay-:
"Mr. Frederick BIoiar, w; _-.ive
!-ich valuable as--istance in c '.;i. c-
tion witil the wreck of the Ii: ;i i-
incind (Castle ff Isthalt. is aiiUi to
leave Bre-t i:i order t, ti:e up. a
appoilit'.enlt as ctommli--ioned } r:-
i-li vi(e -colnul at Pei~iacoe a. FI jit.
IUnited States."
Brave Ml-n 1Fall
Victim- to -to:-ict'. i;v -. d ali; k:l-
u*, x- troubles as wel! a- wonit-;. a,.,
:ill f-el the re-ult- i: 1- of ..; .
tit>. poisons iii the blood. backic.. .
iier.vousne,. headac'l.e and tir,-d.
l,'-:l,--. lu:-dowlii ft-el ii.z. liti
:I red's no need to feel like t!: it.
I.il-t-nL [,. J. W (G irl,:-. Ii v:, .
liid. H ie ;ay-: "KElectii 1l;: >'-
:re jll-t the tlini. for a i :t1' v'!.t*!.
lie is aWl run tlW1ii :; '.d i, :". c.: -
w hi-the.r hit- iivt- or mare, to, iv- iii s .w -i! : (i
tik I t ii. n w 'at ac: .
hiave a r. *a o li..' < :.' "
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G!u ':ti l S i -'p '. Iper i oi er
Th-:, Fra- ven- re" i n of f: :n i







Lu lt hieran (-lutrch wili :ii i iiz bt
, 1 u tier
chaiits hotel on ',Iva t.
April 17. at:.i ; i.T ik ; \..i .i-f ,






gumbo 4crchowdet r art- tfi -alt- lv
all meniber- : of the Vi reil i-- :i t.: ,.-
Merchants hotelk. .. J. price '. ,-.
That feelin-Vg of cmplt f at ( ac-
tion goen witn our cil .hin.--: t!;t-ir
merit is fien at a glance: the price
ihs an object lesl on in economy :t.
White's.
ril 17 at 'cck. PE P k- f
Jgacobyr ha owdr to r -atpound- of
Italianl hetnutrf the Vrehoice Hazl-
nuts. which lie is offrinc to clo-e
out, at feelints power pondlt. 7it-f
out. at l, ('*-lit. per pourd. 7itf


America's Greatest Spring Medliine.


CU.lI.31 9 OQF COMMERCE. TO-DAY'S ELECTION.
Preparati >as for the An..tli J3 'nquei .*uier. Orderly. But Earnest Contest
Are Being Puahed. 'For Votels
Secretary Thos. C. Watson of the The primary election at the four
Chamber of Commerce Is preparing' city precincts to-day ii quiet, order-


one of the most elaborate. complete ly, but earnest work is bring (
and comprehensive annual reports each by the advocates of the
ever written by him. giving detailed candidates for county offices.
statistical information of the pro- the result will be it is impossi
gress and development of Pensacola this writing to say, but all th
during the last year. This report didates appear confident an
will be presented at the annual wearing beaming smiles. (
meeting. The annual banquet will erable interest is being take
take place at Hotel E-cambia on the there will undoubtedly be a
evening of April 18 and will be one vote polled.
of the best ever given. A number vo
of distinguished guests will be in at-
tendance and interesting addresses SHIIMP Alr VIDAL'S
will be delivered. Call phone 154 and place your
A mr.n named E. Pre--on. of Pres
-onville. Kans., wrote a letter the Circuit Court.
other day, saying the opinion of Thi- court i occupied to-c
everybody in his town who has used hearing the case of H. Baa
Fo0ey's Honey and Tar i,. that it is Price and Pierce, et als., wl'ic
the very best medicine f ir la grippe. doubtless continue through
cold-, c'jugh. etc. W. A. D'Aleu.:- day.
berte. -


SHRIMP T1-DAY
at V. J. Vidal's. Phone 154.
S. M. -parkmnan.
Congressman S. 3M. Spat:kman is a
candidate for renomination. without
opposition. If tile people want a
clean and manly democrat. one who
doe- tniings in daylight, wi,o-e rec-
ord in business or otherwi-e i- not
tainted with anything that cani he,
made use of by the opposition iu the
campaign. and whose nomination
will enthuse the voters in the (di-
trict. then Congressman Sparkti:an
will receive the nomination by ac-
claination. He has experlefle.
ability and integrity. He has a
knowledge of tile r-q'iiielenttts of
the office, and can be far more u-eful
to his constituents than a man new to
the ways of congress and the depart-
ments. The men best known in
congress to-day and the most u-eful
are (o because they have been re-
peatedly elected. If they had been
retired at the end of a second term
they never would have been heard
of. No district is more ably repre-
sented than the First district of
Florida, and we feel assured that
the people will manife-.t their just
appreciation of the magnificent ser-
vice rendered by Colonel Sparkman
by nominating him by acclamation.
-Bartow Courier-Infornm int.

R< v. John Rtid. Jr.. of Gi-ear Fails.
Mont.. recommended Elvy' (Cream,
MIllmn to me. I can emi 'ha-:ze h'
statement, "It is a positive cure for
catarrh if used as directed."-Rev.
Francis \V. Poole, Pastor C-'n1r:1l
Pre-. Church. Helena. Mont.
After using Ely's Crt-!: iAAiin six
weeks I belie-ve my-elf cured of (t-
tarrh. Joseph S ewart. G(rai.d Ave..
Blf..lo. N. Y.
i'1: l;alm does not irritate or cau-.
niieezinz. Sold by di uz'.i-t- i:t .it
,'-. or liailed by Ely hr h. -..'
Warr-in St New York.


F-or F-ly Time.
J'-t 3.E-. R-0- & ('a.I N .V N
s lfc tree:,. hjivi'- l-PC.~

"pm ma iina kp-. IWO. ,-c.opu Mi~ r,

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Fine furn viitrie in suuiw,


rockc/r, (af t'very reasonablee
prices~. Th eir sfocke is copn.-
pletc. Don't buy an~yt/iind


done at
various
What
ible at
e can-
id -'re
Consid-
n and
lar.e


order.


aiy in
ir. v-.
li will
ut the


Sweat her Conditions.
The southwestern storm i< contr:tl
in Arkan-as to day. where the
barometer is a quarter of an inch b"-
low the normal, and is moving in ,t
southeast direction.
Brisk to high wind- occurred at
North Plaitte, St. Louis and .Mem-
phis. and precipitation has been
gen-ral, though liiht, in the (Iulf
state- and in the .Mississippi valley
and the Northwest. At S a. m. it
was raining at St.' Louis, Fort Snmith
and Pa.le-tiue and snow wa- falling
at Bufft o.
The extensive area of high pre-.
sure that centers in the upper M1is-
souri valley has caused lower telii-
perature throughout the northern
district. freezing temperature be-
ing reported this morning from New
York. Pennsylvania, Ohio. the Da-
kotas, Mitesota and the Lake Re-
gion.
It willerow"^Iooler in this vicinity
Wedne-da3. M. J. WRKIHT.
Observer.

30 many people lose valuable
time in experimenting with
cough and cold cures. They should
take rIoley's Honey and Tar before it is
too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.

Shri:p at Vidal's to-day. Phone
1->4. I


C inft-eti :.ery in I,. 2I
h,\-,-. Try them. All
them.


and :n-cenit
dealetr- sell


".' cents will p-y for : .
edition of the Ja( kon.v.. '
Is. a large ,s or ?2 pa'.- ; ,p
now until Nov. loh. b ,
and $2.', wil p:y :
Jack-onville Metro .,ipu
until Nov. loth. f,,r c-i .
only. The obj'-et of
1. Filed offer is o ;v.v t
Ilrida a ch.;1: .- t,. V . ..
thle new of the cn.I:::
campaign ,it extr"in:,'v i
:Al-) to make thiei lh.-t.r ,
with the leadinii fr. -,.
F Bryan new-paper in t'
.trtoi.>nls art alone w * *iiiiney.


Wiilliam Iolu$(ou & Sou.




Our 20th Year at

OU Present Location! U


- THE


SFOR EASTER.


Shirt Waists.


Embro)iderd White Waists. 7Tt.
$1.4 '. $1.2.5 to 7 $2 2 .
Mis- -s' WV;tji. .'45( to $ l.ii.
Colored \\ai-t-. 4-le to (;i)it .
Silk '.;ai-t- for j$3."..

Skirts.
Whir. Piqw. Einbroidered. $4
White luck. 75 to $;.o.5.
tiellf-t,: Applienei l. in New ,,!-
ors. $t2.5k to ;$3.5i.
Black lhrilliattinti. Box Pleat-
ed, $4.(', .
Novelty (Goods in Black. ?:.- .

Millinery.


We ar Slhowing a Nice Line of
Pattern Hats at Low Prices.
Bunch Vioilets. Io-es, Da i-eys
and Foiget-me-Nots at 1' a
Bunch.
Latest Stvl-s in Sailors at .oAc.
75e and $i.m.l
Hats Trimmed on Short Notice.


French Caps.
()ur Spin;g line Nw .
LtWi l Ii i i
(' .ildreii.

Clothing.
1-int Tailornmail, Si :'- f
at lo.$ i to 1.;I i 11.
Y outhA uilt-., i .L i '.O : -
*7 7)it4 to $11.im i
Fi:ne Pait-. $'.2.7. to, "
Itadwe gHt.

Straw Hats.


'p-ecial ill
|Specials in


Shirts.
lio Do,);'Pn G -ent-' :.ir:-. .
.o Dozen Boy' shirt.-, ;,
each.
Shirt WuaiSts for ov.y- w:.
without Collar-. 2,e t, 7",>o .


2206-AIFI'-k I3e,


&iwiUrs & Kr, -c IWLlk~ a Seald Displayed on )irCounterS ahc


al~l A, thv 'ladies of Pensatola kI-inl-
'-it-'d tt illmr s -cwt't dMillinf-ryDin--
Itlhn. li c2 will he iiakdt VI-doln--
ulhy. Aplri! !I. Wo have I full litno
A E-tio iWt- iinall the lztest-tyl -
an 3nd Yp :'.-.a idmvli i6i towi*
dii~ i' t titlJziiandre.t tL'iii


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!itlliaii olIAsoD & oC .


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,

M I !,;;f l>:!rf:- ~ :l .i ,') ;. : ;


Carriages, Bulfgies, WaV..ons and lPrai,

;_Rc pairing Attended to Promptly.
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, ^ LENTEN S SPECIALTIES


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(P~NN~:! 'Ii \N ~' ifL A NL \-


"BUY THE BEST.'


-rc~z I "I"t~ V~Ch~ I'~ 'If ~T a- ~-<-A-


If I'tI I (I t<'"(-. It Evert-hontv needs a tonic t.ie 1 I k) VT Uj I -
, /'eei ar-s on Finchs s -, -.r ;i,, ,,.v i s t ,, ,- "
ee, ir~6SO v F.. l s;,ring dayt drive away th:a"
>tock. :ired leelini. Mountain Mint Tini. ) Our REFRIGERATORS are (jurar,.t..-, 1 t K. .
)e- thins. It invigorates and puri- :and take a lower temnperatir- t!.:ii ar:y other o)r, th1 ii.ark.-
C A S T O IA ties th,-' tlood. It cures tht- w')rt They have an Absolut DRY AIR PROVISIION CHAM
Fr Inats R cases of itdize-stiou. It cure, per- Warranted Absolutely Idorl ,-.
F3r lmfanUtr and ChildrenL manently all stomach troubles. It
lbIts di Yond HnV AiwaVn B l makes the sick well: the weak
e eM Yu H ve ystronir: and it trivfs one who i- all Our Ice Cream Freezers -
Sears .tn run down a n-w l-ase on11 life rand a
Bears .he healthy appetite. Mountain Mintr WARRANTED TO fREEZE IN ;:s, VMINIF-
Sgnature of ( Tonic has b-en tried by liundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
-- -- -- whom heartily recommends it as the ~Prices tno Higher thin for I:if*-rior makes. Corn.- :...
The best 5 cent Cigar bhet tonic they ever used. It does plain then to y u.
i|more than we claim for it. One dol-
on the market is the lar per bottle, six 1ottlea for five dol- l 1- C


SBIG STORER--


New Idea Patterns


10 cents each.


11 NT TONIC


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e THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


FREE COCKTAILS ARE SERVED
WbMik Dumped In s Cuom lHoe
sewer Flows Into (Isterns.
CNARLKSTro. April 9.-One thousand
dollar worth of fine Cabinet rye whisky
was dumped into the -.ewer of the cus-
tom bon.,- the other day, while state
constables were trying to break in the
doors. The coistabl,, were making
things so ho-t for trh officials the other
day that 3!4 lnrr<-l, of liquor r could not b,-
removed, and in order to throw aside,-
anspicion th-. liqiur hail t) t1e pmour.
into the .*-w-.r. Th. r.- waj- go much
duampl at w'- that th,- pies cuuld uot
carry it off and am a re-ult a great part
of the stuff WvA forced through other
pipe- and finally drifted into the- ci-t.'rn
from which th.- drinking water wa.-
drawn.
Every cjoler in the building was
spikeded" Tht officials refused to drink.
The water was t-ested and the liquor wa-
in evid*ucte so str.)ngly that the unegr<*
from the water front gut ii droves and
berged for a tast-.
Tbe watiT from t'-e (-ustom, house e;s-
tern ir u'--d at the Clyde Steaumhipe'n. -
pa y'fs ofii(e and the clerk- unnx.-i otck-
tails. Ti- only in(rediL- eed wr.
'ungr and ie and a ila-ih *f bitt'r-. It
wa rivallv- sur!,ri-n1 hw ,tr ug tilt,
drnukc w,.-,e ai.i f i i; ti:a;.- th ta't thut
free drnkL- were l tl )p cr-at. .1 a '*-
tided P lwn.t ion al bt r ti 'u It wai a uova l e-x;-rl 'e,..


-Off" For "*Of."
I always say "I brought it off Jine-a."
and iup to now. t'.iro i;:% -, ('so ,a ,t;itily
liearing 0iieople. L:y lat, t. atl. r .ii luil-
**d (ho' ale i.vs -.-d<] t;o pri'; r, **.. *f-
'.-2 as corffe.t-.t::!k in t ,is a :y.tiim,;:git
It was ri;lg t. Stal t1.:s v .i:li It oi.y
In conversation. \iiltir: to an y o',11
saying 1 ial l1 1 uh1it ":;i1iihiug. 1 s ,-'ul,!
put "*'of J ,oio r "'I',i J,,n-.." I
suppose 'f-:otia Joues-" v#ould bl-c i r-
feetly (-orri-ct.
I have heard this form 4f ?sio.n; in
many different parts of the' coni:itr.%
but inost frelue:tliy, I th:zk, iin a:01
Dear Liverpool.
The use of "'ofr fr "of" an! **"ofT ot"
I common in the u.rlh of Englaud.-
Notes and Que,''i'.s.
A Dreary Thoroesahare.
Of all dreary roads few have such
desolate surroundings as that leading
from Jerusalem. The road winds
among rocky hills which for miles
,eem destitute of every living thing
save occasional flocks of long black
haired gonts and sheep. apparently
eating pebbles and attended by a youth-
ful shepherd. The steep hillsides are
dotted with numerous holes and caves
cut in the rock.-Indianapolis News.
iRules U.- Lent.


All the fa it!,ful wi; a.ive acn-
pleted th< ir twenty-fir-t year anu,
who have not be gun their -ixtieth
year, atnd w hoare nlit exemIpt-d fi iin
the obligation -of fastinti by sickne-s.
hard work or other w. II kn >wni rpa-
sonos, i re obliged to f -t on all the
davy of Lent. ic('ept ; t:itd,.y-.
On those day- buti oti- full mt-:il i-
allowed, which -Loiuld ,:, b- tak tn
before noon.
(Cu-toin al';o)w a ti ru; ,f (,f tT tt.a
(or thin ciocolatf,. aidJ at -111 all piece-
<4f bread or a crack-r, ti I.t t:tikn in
the inorniig: amnd iliite .-eevii uig. a
collation,) not exr'.dI ., the foult')
part of an ordinary met-al. ia allowed.
A t this ciollatiio t i ititr. ,l.t ---.
milk,erg-s and all kiiii.- of fruit.
fi-h and ve r ttabii-- art, allowed.
IVhein the pri ci; :Im tieal (atinot
-without rav,1 i)'c":;ive lii:'t-e"' I1
taken at :i,.)n. it i- tp-rni-p, !)1- to
take the c .ll.a io; n. ti .. in ,ril:
and the diu neli i t:h .-ve-i, it,
Abstinedce r.,in, -'ia tl of ftl-ha
- olinined o 4t a : i \V,-dn1d.;ivy-
and Friday- of L-,n' tri to ,th, S.it-
urday of Ei i.-r \\We-k aid on Holy
kSaturday.
T.e uoe of larJ I- al'.1wed in cok-


Fish and fl--ih :ar nuot allowed at
the same nlial. ev-en on Sundays.
EgEs. cheese., mi k and butter may
be used ev-ry day. but ab)tinence
from all of the-e i- recommended on
".ood Fridav.
Pereans ex inpt g"tomt of fa-tiLn9 a'e not bound by.
lt restriction of using ineNt but
once a day on the day-a in which the
use of meat is permitted iby dispen-
sation.
Children over .ev-t-n year of age
are bound by the law of abstinence,
unless excused by !-icknez-s or other
causes.
The paschal tim". in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
*ends from the fir-t Sunday of Lo*it
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age aie
bound by the precept tof annu.il con-
fetsion. I'a-tor- and parents shotil,
see that the clildr* u comply with
this duty.
The holy -.,e-i1n ,,f I.-hi is 4a ti::,.
of pr.iyer. .i.rro)w fo- s-in. of s-tclu-
bioD fr)mn t!ie world and it- atnutl--
inants, and otf c':leero)us auilll-ivi.ii
By a 'p'ci:al i'du. :t e': tited to ti,,.
bishop. of tht- I :it.ed1 States for teni
years. datii:. from, M.ar:h 1I7. l,i'*
working people. who c:innot pa-ilI
observe th-i ('c1iutla: Law oft the
church. are di-pen-id from the ot
laration of ab-tintic-nee ,:i a( ;days < f
the y-ar ,x.- pt F'rid-iv.. A-hi
Wednesday. Holy Week and Chri-t-
inas -Eve. Ti is d(i-pens iti'nl do-
not e-X'nipt fro'ni the additional 44h
ligation of fa-ting. whert -uch *ex--
ikts. nor doe- it :iuthol izt- th- tii-, ot
fi i aniid fl'-li t thle :- i Imeal. It
nocludes however,- not oi. V t t ind-
vidual workmen ill wio-*- favor it i-
igrante-d.blut ailt th un ibt ro- of th,';i
fami ilipes .ai w. I n r- tmi li it i- t-x-
pect,-d that tlhq-e w'o :tv iil then-l-
-elve- ,'f tl i! indllt wil i*-1tv,.r to
e-nt-r into to .- -pirit of th!. ,olyv -t*a
,on oit Itent by voluntary" ac; I nior-
tification. pi-iiance and alwh-invit:. A.
Inost rprai-ewotrtlhy custom i- that os
abstairinig dtrint_: Lent fritin -tTin::-
lants, in honor osf She -.tart d i:ir-t, I
our divine Savior.
Those who -nte-rt'i, any re.:.otn ,-
ble doubt about tht-ir ,oll_.1,tou t.
fa,-t or abstain. otiit t,, ap;'Ily t .
their pastor or gonf-,ssor for advice
Emi A.I>t P. Ai I 'N.
lisho;" of Ml.-Ib e.
Mooile. Ala Fe-bi nary e;. it *'.
A beautiful a.-.'rtmi',ti of *, o;d
75 cent- spring s.iL:t? at W'i:;:t -.


Queen Victorta and Lady Roberta.
Lo.%DON, April 7.-A member of par-
liament tell" a charming story of the
quten and Lady Roberts. When Lady
Roberts visit*'d Windsor a few days be-
f ,re sh, ..ailed for the Cape, the queen
haud,"i her a small ptr .*l. rqun.tiug
her n.t to opt n it till sh,. got homine.
la'i.y Rol. rt, fl',undl that th,- parcel cn-
tain"-ul th.- 'i.toria cri,. wn,: hby hrr
dtidi s ,u by hi, gallan!try at C *l.-use..
Threatened the Iteeord*.r.
ATI.ANTA. April 7.-Dred Crumpton
and Iila Wilhaiui-. hb th i.ner, .s, havy,
1t,.eI! toouun' ov,.r to the superior crimi-
nal court tin the charge of sending a
threatening l-,tter to Judget Broylh-, re-
,torder of the p- *lit(e c urt.
Avreged the Slight.
A rich Prussian banker who had
li.ught his title of "v'on" ly some
mrI'anis or other miannageil to s|tl'ze
Iiis son into a rezgirnent of the guair-.s.
S*inc-e a.l:nitti-,l. lie %v:is of cour.-'e treat-
t,: lby the otiwr '-ilicers as (one of theim-
s\ ,'vs. ( tin uly the Ibanker gave :i
s peudid dinner, to which lie invitctl
through his sori all thel o'Iicrs of the
ri',;ii'I sa .e one, a very nice fellow.
\\)>, Ih, ,weVx T. \'%a nr.t n,,In i., hav:i ii:
not ari;.ttr:tlic "vou" Ilreuiixed to Lis
z:a iie.
All a 'e*-'pteil thl i'l\it:ltiIn,. perfectly
In l,:al lb,-'n so i,:i.lly tr.hatl. Wh\n., how-N
uvvr,. trihey took their se.:lts at the table.
tl' aI.- ( t I icr i)Iiiitlale was im-
n,', e! l;ie f:lt t, tht e hlie I. l.o said in a
i: \'Voi-e. ".\!h. you Si 1\\0 tre coin
t1o lIv ciitre noins toi!'iht, a really se-
l,,,'t pa:rty. yo-I 'l .l ow."
""J'thell \\ ::nIst tot di.turb y)u."
said thie s,,:ii,' r ot.icr present. rising
from his cl:;:ir. a nil oin- anf!er another
te, giar',!s;'en solmiiinly ilil out of
the r )inii. tii:< a:!i ply \' v cii' n, the
sl;cht to) v in'h nn i!ie.r iof their regi-
iitut had been subjected.


Gas Over the Telephone.
A lady of the West village decided to
have a telephone pllaced in her house.
At about the same time she also decid-
ed to have a gas range put in. After a
family consultation she instructed her
daughter to order the telephone. In
the conversation both the telephone
and gas range had been spoken of. and
the daughter apparently became some-
what confused, as will be seen by the
following letter which she wrote or-
dering the telephone: "Dear Sir-We
have decided to have a telephone plac-
ed In the house. Please give It your
Immediate attention. The house Is
noit piped for gas. but the street is."-
Winsted (Coan.' Citizen.
Wa'*. Mighty Lever.l Machinery.
Taking all the manufactures of the
'nilte-d States in Iil.Ni. barring some
oi:is,-iutis in rriporti:n;; horst'epower, it
is fouil that the tt:il horsepower was
in roziintil iiu:mbe,'rs ('.quu iovm. eetivalent.
to the lalo.,r of ;;i;.40wu.o< men. while
,,:ily 4.17;. 4 prlsoins ,were, employed.
the supp;le!;ienLtal labor having a ratio
'iui\;iahl-rt to ') to 1. Ilor-"t.,o\vetr used
in iii;tanuf:actures liialetit tlo ;;.t .-
I ,N i'.1 '!J i' | -II' rst' s a poi), ul .1 on of
Is oo":o.04"I-i i tith,r w\\ ,rn ,. if the prod-
UI-'s of tile i;i:ini;f:ilu 'ilriilng ,staItliislh-
Il' is ailoiI. of ithi l :ittil Sii rates iin
l O % ti had Ia.e:i .1- ,'lur'i .l liy tlih. uhl hani
II;'tio wiws w ilo t I1 :01 (Ofi o o p \l 1r I!:1--
'hl iit i ry it '\\ i:11 l.\ i r'(]0 it ;r) il a poeft

tili.iii.i. fto e'st.'. Ithe prof sioi s or
\\ P":i t! i;i I) ;i. la.'s I.Ma I 'u:It l -'.


F'I:hy L.u"rre.
"II:ilf th,1 !,:i;..r 1:1. Q I t i,.:riiLta ing in
the N\, st." s'i s an 4 :.:ali:t itn. "**is
n tI' ;!:i.! t;II.z ';. O ;S to lt<;hi. It is
tilthiy I tI cn' t INe hI.ive l,';i:I nII,tyiv' Vlhat's
the ust e of hr l ii:JIp: p ,;>: ) pi ., s; "',rily?.
Printin doesn't cost IIot-hi. e\Vt outiht
to have a Iuoniy fac-ory somewhere
west of the Mississippi. New money
should Ite on the barl:llun counter of
all western banks. If the bubonic
plague ever Ktrikif-s this country, our
pa]ier ci'rrenc-.y will lat nall re.-cords of
rats as gorin catri-it-ris. A dollar bill
(-an do nmore than te1n rats. It moves
In better society. The $1 bill will make
the bubontic pli.uane as easy to get In
the homes of thte rich as in the hovels
of the loor."
A Ball Bearing (on.
liriin ('yI,-I .' Cuilti oif Warren. Va..
has inhven; - large proijectil'es in whiih the spiral
nroovos in ithe bor' of the piece are
fitte'I with kial lT.:tne:is. This causes
l'ss fri'ctio in the it <' .- of t the nis--
-ilh. fronM Th'' gu!:. .111s !we claims that
the project. -'. sl-iug thi-i;s h.-ss retard-
ed. wiU go far;hlir and fasMtr.


W 110 n vo u wa tt ., ill; -tIlInzti. 1 toh-aI
4himrn .Eoilsre -i cuit, why rI'ti
try Barne.:Baly- wilxcri i~g'artwe d
thoa mlo-t ical:: Z ei:*110111ititthe


The Ne~w C(''ihmhi:A il-hirt, is
('m-fckerj aek : t J -a' inew -prii r.,
s-tyles at W! I

The nicest awd most siqi7-
I.s/it lilie Of a1%'cnd miat-
tini rj.- ei T,' e 71 7*/''ted in Pell -
Xa ClaTl. a t Th' I-stop 4
Fin cit shl.12/hn iture -c ii ue.
Stioc'raia- .- T v F:in-N i 0 n~mvy I,,

At (C. I TLomp.,i'se~i.
C!'a~- L.:Ie P.tcIaper. and

f-Bmrd's aeni::
Invrt~iti-ii 'e:- 2 and1-: eop.

Pa,~r Eiiii--Ce. Cret'!t-. Et.. with
A ..ein-iall a Z'11t@--,it s4i satioimerv.


Women



Think


About This

In addressing Mrs.
PMkhalm you are oam.
fnIun-ating wih

A Woman
A woman whose expe-
rienme In trhteaatgfomae,
IVo Is giaS thi hat
of any vihg person, mas
or fem oIe.
She has fifty thousand
smoh test. mnial lters
as we aree o0na9tly 0 ai-
lihIngshownygthat
E. Pin khaer's Vegetable

E,.VCg.,LyNn,
.- -pound Is daffy re
lieg iag hundreds of suf-
ferhig woena.
Every woman knows
some woman Mrs. Pink-
ham has restored to
health.
Mrs. PInkham makes
no statements she .cannot
prove. Her advice Is
from Lydia E Plnkbam
f eW Mcd. Co., Lynn, Mai&


Clarke Superior Court.
ATHENS, Ga., April 7.-Clarke supe-
rior court meets Monday morning. The
criminal docket is heavier than it has
been in many years. There are three
murder cases to be tried-Frank Derri-
ootte, for killing John Batiste in a
drunken row a few weeks since; Phil
Baugh for killing his mistress, and Sam
Baldwin for stabbing a negro named
Hardin several months since. All these
parties are negroe. There are in addi-
tion to these about three murder cases
and a number of other felony cases.
Progress of Chess Tourney.
TLNDON, April 7.-The second round
of the tournament of the ehessmasters
and amateurs, held under the auspices
of the City of London Chess club, was
commenced yesterday, the committee
having altered the days of play. When
an adjournment was taken early this
morning five games were finished as fol-
lows: Blackburn won from Jones, Teach.
mann from Ward, Passmore from Guns-
berg. Tiet'n from Ia)man and Lee from
Physick. The gamn between Mason and
Lawson was adjourned.


Charged With Attempted Bribery.
ATLANTA, April 7.-Charged with at-
tempted jury bribing Detective David S.
Looney and William M. Bradley, form-
erly a justice court bailiff, have been or-
dered to appear before Judge Lumpkin
Monday morning and show cause why
they should not be attached for xmnteinit.
Wild Over Cotton.
ASHVILLF, Ala., April 7.-Thiscounty
is going wild ou cotton. Thtr, has b.,ni
an increase iu the sal*- of guano. The.
wheat crop is looking well, but oats will
be scar-e, as the hirg.ar portion of the
crop was killed by cold weath.er.
.John (odmnan iDeadl.
BoSTON., April 7.--C-ptain John Coxl-
man, famous advoeato of free ?hips and
free trade, is dead in his eighty-sixth
year. He was known ias advocate of
free ships and free trad,a and wrote for
many periodicals.
An Old Negro Murdered.
WAYc'aROSS. Ga., April 7.-An old, ne-
gro was called from his home at Hasty,
in this county. Thursday night and shot
down by unknown* parties. Two load -
of buckshot were fired into his body.
Gardiner and uantry Matched.
SLnt'IsVILLE. April 7,-The Nonpreil
Athletic clab have received Oscar Gaarcb-
ner's signature to articl-s for a 2u-round
c nutest with Eddli. Satnrry *,m.e tiue
during the sea-,,'u in Luisville.


lir,-e r .-nii< .'.c-.
NIw xv i:;.\\-, .-.\.! .-Alfred C.
G(;r'rt,. in-mbt r .t' :: h-rt- firm
of .1. 11. '..nl,,r & .. i;n-ilft al r
t., ,,ltr"a ,'-r r,, h. *,:'fi *-! th.'
t. Ch! .trrl>, iti l to.,is-. II'1 d: .^i ,.ot

WAITED.
Wanted t key all kiouds of :.coao
laid Faraitiur, imrcbudise, ic.
Address Beo 142.

CHEW &twUTICE l=
NEITHER the captain,owners
nor conig nees of the Port bk
LEmella Elvera will be respon-
slble for debt contracted by
the crew of. said vesol.
ANTONrI UONtCAHo ,
Baars, Dunwody & co., Captain.
Con.ianepp. 464t


'T'BE CHOIOES'r
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF
WI IsIES, wrf l;,:.




'=BRP.RS, ETC.,-:-:-
IN WOol) AND" tLASS. LAR'iE <)I -M.\Ir. L * \
--A" THE-


vs :,


SAL00I


4) ,..t~ I-..,, m.~ -i*- *:.~ N
a .aa'iai *I.'P~* -'


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


PE~iNNLAYD F1.so'AEWI: i A' )

h~YMA Ili. \o I-KN"
A ILA N"I A 1;1.''!;JV IN ('(1,N! 'A~


A. M. AVERY,
i rMPO'()RTER AND JOBBER OF

I--aI rd. ware,
Lron, Nails, Axe-.. Hhovels, Saw Mil and steambnat 4upp:les. (' k
and Heai;ng Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Gla.;.
Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
Gans. Pistols and F!shing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company. I tver-, o,-t
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Ra:
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klaf and Buck'-~-:. v
and Rangea, Wm. Coupe ACo.'s Raw Hide LaeI Leather, Masury's Rea4y
Made Railroad Colorsn.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


NICOLA CASSA, T DR. MOFFETTS AllaysrritatimeAidsODigsti.-
l RTe e ten a' the
R.*. ITHI ststhe I
Fruits, Candies, VetabtIg g Makes Teething Ev,,
Emlit, Caiiicl, Vigt eU, J' BS" (Teething Powders) TEETHIlNA Relieve, the 9.,.,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Price.. Cos cts at Drm s, TroubI ChAdr.
Cor. Tarragona and Zarragosa -ts. Or mail ..,rents toC. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


WE HAVE THE ONE YON WANT!
Whether vou w.,nt a hig one.,
a *mall one, an expensiive~ tir tn titeh p (on .
We lhave a great variety for .vl* or rent Tih-
he't tof them are luxurious. 'li he cheape-.t
are good.


I)WELINeG0t FOlR RENT.
No. ~ '.4 W.t4aiidnere',7ouna
story).. .
No. 10111 Eui lth .tbtreet, .5 roona... i it-.at
W ililm *13 49)
No. .111 We'tt Ln~atts trapt. 4 ruionis. (1
story) .
%'o. iVol i't it olmoint .1 re-. 7 rtooms.
4 1 -torvi-. P.'
No. Em Fit h Iiu~vci-f roott, 5 rooms~. t I
ston' i ne-ar [bA ilssqun- e 13.10A
N o. 41.1 End it Ce ,tq tro'ct. 4 rOonu' Ii
utory )~5
So.i~We- Belmiont .atr'e't.6 rooms. il
story '."* i10 loi
No. III Wt-%t 4ervaut.-A %.troet,7 room-..
r.atoryl .:!),
Cor. lHeusi andi L&tU&itrtse-ri, ls rooms.
fIi story w~ i
No.2913oit h Spi Ing stroe't. f6rooini.,
.No. l$w Noirth IeVi1111cr,. stre.-Z. --) roorils
i I *tory ) -....ie.
Nqo. :01 h. Intondencia stricet. 5 room%.
,Iistory i'tll
SNo. 7 North staringi stropt. 5 rtuowi-.
4 'orne-r t;itrd- Rilla]iD i lh~ii -r. 4 r oi
i I stor) !-7


soe'v.ralI yj Is I I or jqa. II: 'n ja -it111.- ,1 ..- 11
surng tier It,%c-h ilt?-


T. os. (. Ufatso0r 9
REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insura
AGENru,
No. 1 South P;,lafox Str-e
I'ENSAO I.A. .FLA


DRINIK LION BEE


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Endors-d by all Phyvici;,in
only BHe r ab-olut-ly iret fi '.'i
t-ratioin.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agen


is the
adul-

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was an ANCIENT who,, used
to burn wood.
i- for BILLS that ,he paid
when tie could.
was the COAL that i.# after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in not using
gas.
is the GAS George used in his
stove.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
i.s the INDIAN: he doesn't
use GAS.
cannot u-e it. for J s the'
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
i6 the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.
is the MONEY, saved by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW, the beat time for
a change.
i. the OFF"ER the Comnpany
minak s.


is the- PROFIT, d.,n't make a
mistake.
i- for QIE.S-TION: no ,qnves-
tiol at all,'
is the I-ANG(;. y'u -i. uld
buy befor- Fail.
ik tli SAVING; yiU n.>ake. if
you do.
i- the TIME i:;. Ti;') h;I.lE
saved -. too.
i- til,- INI N ,.f C..mfort
a i th r.'t.
is VEXATION, n w (it it

i' .' .. M ..:;v;i. in

u;Ii -i hr-. i l, r- to, buy at

i- f..r YO('. pl ..a- b-.rve a-

is ,;ir ZEAL t -u'':ly yu
witi: (i.A .


GAS RANGES $13, ConnCt d Frc.


PENSACOLA. 1 UUU0tLVUlL I VUV
Try It. On T p ati c alUon0. NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


F. C.PIll'NT.


W31.It K -'N %V 1,F S.


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First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES,. W. A. B
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ILOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K HYER. J".
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A-We dri-w oar own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Briamr:. Ir- ;
Germav:y. Francs.. Au-tria, Italy, Holland, i*pain. Belgium, Ra-u:: .t y
way. Sweden. Denmark and other European countrie.
gW"mVessels Dtsbursed upon the Moet Fanorable Terrta. aid t.'*:
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destmnation Ten or Fifteen itvy
iftei Vessel Arrives m ore.
W'Safety Deposit Boeme for Ret in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the UN
of Reuters.


THE ORIGINAL--


ST. L5m3


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler.

13 HUSKIES. 1BRANIDIES WIlES. IMPORTED 10 1
PFal Jones ant EcHO Sprinlgs celcra.l ,A -
TRY i BOTTLE OF CELERY 16,:4]
PHONE 134. : : : : 1 \ 1. ,",
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fro.* IDllv.ry to Any Part of ttb- '
4-Ai; orders left at The Office, Vidtal & sm:t2 .
at:t0as e: to.


AL IATIOR


fSOLE GflES FOR


Milian Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

SGeneral Metal Workers.


Celebrated Mcilan Seamless Turpentine Still.


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THE OAILY NIW: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.


UNIN TIMON OF


NICARAGUA CANAL

oesmary Territory Is Said
to Have Been Secured.

COKES FROM WASHINGTON

Statement Made by Admlni-tration
OIBl-al That the I nited %tat.es Ila-
Praetically .Acquir.-t .trip of Terri-
tory Near <(r.-ytowmu aud Brito.
WASmIO';TO., Apr'. a -.A' .,'4 :.:1 t
the aduini-stratin 1- auth r.'y : .r :r
Ftatment that arran'-in-wu' hav 'Xv.- .;i
pra'ticaly '-. u ::Li.,- w-th lh, t : v ri-
anent*<4f C.*a R: a ani! Nt ,.r.t7-.- :
ialqu iition i1v rh. I ,-: 1 'at.- t
ntr p of t .rn. .rv 1.> :ml.- w "

Nirt-ra in and l il> * : r :
Re( r llrtir.l *! :n \V i.K.'k r. : :, :
of the l-th:i.:.t:: ..' i: ",!i:-: "
sounded rb I'.-*-ra1 .!I -a: .1.
Mn a-t t the at; :a h.'-v w *i:. i '.
ia the .vent ,.t at ,rit'Ir.r .: ..v U'i : ,
tiMilijvernntnwnt I ,kuL~c t. t.'- :~
thim of th. .r r :T' y rv 'ii
answw he r',h ivd v.r. :--r..'.
antataory chary', r.
The detr.nmiitri: '* '
Ovfmt it R'a-i and .;ra;i:' *:.'
indicato-d ttat .*f 'r ',' ti2,l'itt ,, \ ";.
nemubers -f rth., L-.rhuan ,:;
the prewideut <'une t ', th.-, ; '. l i
the body would und'l,.i't.tllv r.-' ,:,:i.
the nornrt. *n ,of th- N-ari. :. i
rather than the Pa:iama ,a:i.t:
WHEN TVAIL E.I%(.
Whether on pla-ure b-:.t .,r bu-1i
nes., take oin every trip a b,,i:.- 4f
Myrup of Fira. a% it act; nmo-t plI- ,-
antly and rffectually on the k'dneys.
liver, and bowelk. prv-ntin;: f-v-r-.
headache. and oth,-r foru,- of -ic.k-
noe.. For -ail* in U'> cent bottl'- by
all leading druzgiste Manufactur.d
by the California Fig Syrup Co.
only.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. Star Ltun-
dry.
Both Are CoaAldd t.
BiamwzMaiAx. Ala.. April W.-Frionds
of both Senator Morgan and Goveruor
Jomatomn, rival caudidat~e for the United
taem menatorship, which is to be voted
on at the coming primnares to be held in
this sat next Saturday, ar tech oodfl
dens. They claim that they see victory
head for their favorites.
Sir Th mas Lipton


Was, and i4, a typical Iri-'.:.-:: ,-ani
a genuine si'ort-nimn. but h- i ali-4
a celebrated mn tnufactur-r of chiic-
gastronontic'al daintio-. and a n,,t,-d
connoisseurand importer of fie tea.s,
that have t,-cme famou- thr,,uztI-
out the civilized world. J:tcoby. tt,-
well-known grocer. ha- ju-t received
a large coi-iinment of o,:r T! '.: *n:
celebrated tea-. and c,,rdi.tily iii-
Sites thile lover- f good tea to, vi-it
hi- place and inspect and 'e-t t!h -ni'
He has also, jjut received full liii-
of Bremnei'- c-elebrated Cake-. (a;t-
ham Cracker-.Che(s0 Bi'cuit. o.it
meal Irack ers, etc.: D-,d-zou-B R:suni
ManufacturinCt (',,' fatnu- Je-l.i.-.
Jams., Pickle-.. etc : National HIi--
cuit Co's Cho, t- -trawa. Cracker
Meal. etc : Kn-rnedv'y Bi-cuit- at.dl
Wafers-; Wurz-n Bi-cuit Mi'uf:t'
tory's Vanilla Wafr-ii- Ger :ati :
Auger's (.'rman Golden Seal Ez:z
Nudeln; Arcadia Packing C,,'.
i .vaporated Apples. Peach.s- an.Ith-
Sr fruits. A !ira!l lot of th--.- fiie(t '-
ives in 10-ceint bottles is -till in stock.
The "Little Giant" Coffee Roaster
is still on deck. running day aiid
night at the rate of a mile a minute.
to fill conMtt'ntly increaoinz orders
for fine Coffee". Those who nave
not recently vi-ited Jscoby'-. should
not fail to go and in-pect his enor-
mnous stock of everything in the
shape of eatables and food products
displayed in profusion In every de-
partment of the establishment.
Nobby Spring Sui's for young men
at White's.


HERL'S YOCR CHANCE.
Iron, Woenm Wire and Ornametal
lencing for All Purpee .
I am agent for the largest manu-
facturers in the world of everything
in the way of plain and ornamental
iron and wire fencing, settees. vase-,.
etc. There is nothing in this line
that I cannot supply and at manu-
facturers' prices, erected in durable
and workmanlike manner and at
such low price- that you will be a--
tonished. I supply anything fr.nin
a plain wire farm fence to th -
m4etexpen-ive ortiamnental ceinet-t ry
face; crestit g for towers. tree
guard ornainental settee-, ba-e-
tneut windows,. window uuard-.
hitching rack-, weather vane-'.wtovei,
wire poultry %ard fencinr. S;:iact.
will not permit mn to enunierate : II
the styles I sell. but you can i -,
idlustrated catalogues aid :a-.t J -th ti-
mate by applying at Wni. J'hlin'::
& Son's'hardware department
.alm A. J. WAVIKINS.
langes-(of the Grip.
The create-t danger frmn La:i
G(rppe ins of its resulting in ;pu-u-
monia. If re-asonable care i- u-ed.
however. and Chamberlain'- ('O.u>:
Remedy taken. all danger will be,
avoided. Among the tenu- of thou,-
ands who have ui-ed this reinedy for
ia grippe, we have yet to learn of ;a
-~lagle caSe having resulted in pneu-
inonia. which shows coxwclusivelr
that thi.- remne-dy i a certain preven-
tive of that d(anmzreroti- di-eae. It
will cure la grippe in le-- time ti:aut
any other treatment. It is plea-ant
aud ,afeto t:ake. For sale by Hatn-
itsah rro-. atid all maedici ne d ealez-.

J. I. Stephens has a large asszrt-
anent of Solid Sterling Silver a.v-
Rogers Knives. Forks and Sp0on
Oet a new Hat from our ;,i;::did
stock of new ,tvles-: pricet- ,w ;:
White',-.


ARRIVED AT QUARAN-TINEL.
Rr as 'ru'tia Bright. '-I I#.Coode, Tampico
to Transit Transit t-n
Nor bk Andrake. 1,1:4. tCormiehessen. Aber
deen to order
Am inch EL W Hopk~no.. ". Heekborn. Vera
Cruz for Apalachicola. put ini for futniga-
tion and dzaanifection
CLEARED.
ir t,- lrlinztun, additional cargo for
.-nox. 1411 rd tuel... 'ttoli. 47 tain- ph'-ntaatte
3~k.1414A# s ft I unib-'r. vaiuod at SK ?t4.
sf 'i- lrn'-rm. ienjt. '1cr,,' U
van',, 41. 5' lb. iion pipes anid fittings.
-'hk ottle-I he..r. %-h- ibi nictur.' frame
'nat-rial. 1i$' bead cau,*lt. %, head bogs.
.A~u~d at l.iP.
It bk St-Inr-ora. I'r. '.zz~o hv Rllqr'4fo
.,r,),fo~rt;,--noa. wi: fl r -N -ft .ewa tin:l-
Ds-r. 17.5,j7 s ft d.ali. .aI U.-d at $ 5-#1

AT QTARAN-Tl~i
IIt hk- Pa ru Ia M n4ra. KC1. !, a Mn n. A in-
sto'rdan). to urd.'r
Span .a4lFrxnin.ca. A .. Am hi. ('.-njfUo-
1;. 11k!T rz n:nt C
*,r'. r
N :- .a;iip P n '!!-rna .rotnatwrx. (,T'-"'ii-
Nor 61L !'iier T.aatnhai-k-lov.-r. 14,.I.jHil~ioe-
.. Ant a.-rp. to -.roz.'r
F-:.- 1'Et Amina '1alb:!'a~. .7 Ionibe, lst-
,ji.to 8.ar-. I'11 V
AM l,~iit-t*'-,-*~tI. Mo'ulton. a.
AT'i Haiti..8 i Harbour. 'a Iark~n,-.
H d-ia:, : J :., A v o.~.iu

THlE SHIPPLNU.,
IVICSIOLS IN PORT
N.-Azn- -i2". H tort lord'i-
i~n ap-o:. -0,au:. to Vt%~k L -;'er a
t,,W Ket
hi i r :n:.n2. B .ainbr.1.ii-, to W'A Key
Nor,- itjtta. H; ,.;-I a. to:'Ba&: ii, I tunw'ody
Or Ri-ql-datm. isf.I-rt, mtanx. Ct) ultTran-
-: 0
H!'1-4, 1 o 3i f 'lWi-i


It AnPr.!a Aecam'-. ; Bar -ito, W I. 11t- B. COOK.
S'].1Co5dalw uperintendet.
Nor Baro--a. *-. vsnonsn. to H I Boy..r lw Superintende.t.
N o r .o n co rd ;a ,' ,. itlv ,- -- ,,:i. to o rd e r . ..--
It lDu-Ltu;ii. :. Larsartta, c.d for NOIICE TOCONlRACTONlO .
i',, Emi.lia E-"v-ra. 777. (oncahes, to Resolved, by the members of the
Nor lna:d. ,7. J.-a-,a. to Gulf Naval Laborer's Protective Union No.
Stores Co .I94, of Pensacola. in regular meet-
it Luigia F.i.Carasa. to w SKeyser & ing that the following announce-
'Nor uiLUIe,. 1.5. Lorente.. to |Penacola meant be made tor the benefit of the
Lunib-rI o public:
Ru, Louis. "7:., Jansen, toW 8 Keyser &, On and after the 10th day of May
Cor Mr apore, lHt, Johnson, to Baar the scale of wages shall be as fol-
Dunwody & Co lows:
Nor Nora. 1,". Mikke:pse, to Pensacola Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
u^. omoo, -.. Johanssen. to Peasaooia Common labor. $1 50 per day.
Lumber to EDWARD C. WILLIAMS,
>or Perfect.W *. Laraen.cld for (oode aT-I WSecretary.
It ttainvora. ;JW. Bozzo. cld for nienoa
Nor .: gti d.54t. Hauaa. to fat teron, Down-
ing A Co ,
Nor rsolafdo, .:t:. Peteren. to order
Am V-'lanli, 7 J, Ecker. to E fE Saun-
ders & Co


Ger Elly. 473. Mamss. to order
*'CH.ONERK*.
Am FI)ironc 'readich,. 557, Lank. eld for
l'a.i.ad-lphia
A In Ekla A BaRies. W.St. Benson. to master
A.m H Halmar. '.. Ax'-lon. to n master
1:r Jai:a Eal:zabetto. 4', S.weetiug., to mas-
t.. -
Hr Mabel ha:Is:&.. 1::. ouberts. cld for
.r P'oli2.L k. F-'ost-r, tj order
'TP. CLEARED ANiD SAILuD FOR PIll-
SACOLA.
STRAMEIlPS.
..rgvin. N"r. -Id Minci"-str March 7
Fla.!- of lnvn-rna.l. Br. l7'c. Hull March is
tld 'l,- il. br.iml. t BHarry. Jan .*i
Langfoin:l. Nor. li.; Hash.esen. Griinsby
MMarch i I
Nonipol. I;'. *Ilt qir-,*no-k Mtarc'i --,
tan. Nor. ;.* Hans-n. Shihids. March l'I
a.I-utlhai.u l|r. 1.-,i. harri-on, At Mlicha,!-
ia !. -#
T:i,.s Waynimn. Br. 1411. Wat:. arriedl Rot-
trdatni. F-t .*
I";v r Mrton. Br. '"-'-'.Rot)-ton. Ti-non. ian 25
i .l'ronft Hr. ':';. ,Ca',-a. Ant%%rp .March
Z/,i.zibar. Ar. -.d swatir-a Fe!) ;,


An,'sa Sch:a. .na. it. s1 Mar..-:ll-. Ian '21,
A a it'i-, er. 2 7. -Id Aiutwro l'-c 14
AIt. Mw-'l. :*.: at Tatt)le Bav Fl) 1-'
ifr-do. It. '-: *I Genos F ch 17
Her rtrund. Nor. .44. .%t L,.-r March 1 ,
iiantnib-tto. It. :ii. sI d 'Cart'.*a~-*;i. Clit n -'o
(hli-'tain. Ru-. W'i3, at lat*-lona, I-. i .:
ipaaliI. ,wd. ,!d Hull Jan 4
Erur.'r. It. Id Tunil Iec ?1,
r'ritz *,u.tav. tu,-. ld RKuncorn March 7
Flducia. It. ;,7s. ild Val-nc:a March 1.
fabt,. It .5.-). sid Naples -)Sep 12, ashore
Nov -i, near Port Ro al
Glr. Nor. mid Presiton I "c I!
(.aetano Casabor.a. It. ilr., sld (Genoa
March b
Konteicern. Nor, 7'1. ild i.luckstadt March 7
Johan lrens,. Nor. ,id t'hrlttianund Nov o1
J' ohann-. Nor. Sel Tonsburg Dec
Maria Margaretha, Swed, aid Cape Town
Maicb *
Micbhel B. It. ld iGenoa March 24
Marcella. It. old Hamburg. Nov *
Mleluine, RuS.f lm). ld dharone -'sFb :M
Monte A, It.T7". sid Marseille March 3
Oleta. Ru<. sd La Pallice Oct -!L'
Pione"-r. U-r. lIt,. at London March 11
PrTif--or Jobhnen. Nor, 1,'r. said Bristol
Fetb) 7,
Rachelie P. It. 9.,2. sid Marseilles eb .7r
Kehe. Dan. 44%. at Babia Jan :"!
Stlla B, It. ,1;I, at La Plata. Nov lit
Valuta. Nor. .,id L.ith Mch 10
.V;trginia. It, id Madeira. Feb "N
CONGRESSIONAL CO*'EN ION
For the First Congresaional District.


i all for a democratic convention of the
fnrt con regional district of the oate of
Florila. to be boheld at Tallahassee. Florida,
W.'dnoeday. May :*tth. A. 1'. li)..
The democratic party of the hrit congre'-
ional datrirt of the state of Florida., will
h.ld a congr-iotial convention at Talla-
ha.e.- on Wedun"day. May .)lth. at 1:
o'clock noon. for the purp) se of nominating
,t candidate for con.;res from ,aid distr.ct
to thy-nfty-s'-ventb congr'- of the 'Unittd
s':atle. to ue- vot-d f-,r at the next -ei'-tion,
41i to tran-n't Au'-h ot er business ams nti\
-otn'i h-or-t -a d e'ouvoitlion.
The different coailtt, s in the di-trict will
,i-nd d-:ve.ate- to thi- conrv-ntion upon the
b'.!!ouiia ha*i- of representation: Onedcl-
.-gat,. for ,-ach I'* vrt-te cast for the cardl-
dlat, foir c' *ioin f )r '5on!;roai-u u h.'-l' in l'.:i. aid one
tj ia:'siial vo)to fi th, fraction in xcea S
*:..-r'-or f :!.! it amtoUint- to iftI y or Inore.
S:. tsi :'- ha- alto allowed additional
.r,..)-* t i %on% h lcro the vote for con-
r.a! ii- mir-at.-,' at tht election of
i'-. in anv cu-Ct The counties und. r
t :i, ule il h- ei;.tl.- to representation
t-. f i rl. I .-
S a n-; I C itrus3
la -oo E KkanitkiI .
ra:, i n :i (ial-dein
linetian:., t" litil-' rurouvi
Hl )i i ', 4 .1- tk-,,n li
l-.te i.'!! j' Lalay.tt :
L<.-- i I.eo1n
Li-V-v C I.ibert \
.MNtaIt A M,.roe l
'a-co 4 Poik ,
-nntra l;-oa 7 Tamif".
Wakuila 7 Waita.i 5
w ash: ::; t.:. .;es
T:iT m c'n t- 'w I *- ct ti:w r dc i ..ate, tI
an'. hi : llf-r .l,.'s :llny it.* c.'i'ld-, l ,> i.-t't
',>\ ia- p.-.- e'c;;,i ii ]roli i CIhe p'trty or-
=itli/ tlKn- :** r.-.',,.".::/et( ly ":i. las-t Conl-
.t- il ce>-vvi' 1:1. Al ."tl'i ocrtts are
;ll ,.I Ito pt ic'.p ; I 1 :1 -e-lccion Of
dl.-h-',*'- t !:, .-''.. ii '!i'rl';; those O wbbo
i Is.c',oa- a',:.':, .1 tI Vout since tbh
i a.. '.uirta a aud secretary of each coun-
t% .->:,V -i.iou held f.,r lit- tutrp0 e of of l k.c*d-
: -.l; o-egatea C t o itt rL t ciere --:orail 'iin -
vletitor a- rt,-'i ,'--d to --rid to W. IR.
I'.';:; -r 'l. n lh:a:, :aiia Tamnpa. Floriia, a
tI ::' ; -'r i; i;ietd 'e py of the proc r %-: i -*u; : 'oi.v-;!tion. toKrlti,r A iLh
,. i -. ":, ;.. :il- ot tli- county C x- i-r iie
,-o n e;t-t",-'. l:.% ::ka. -:iould ',e le-ignat.-d
: L'!ia. lila:. a.n'd t'reo; a: o fl such coi-
!in :'-- V 1A IHE NCKR&t,1N.
I', :.- , V A: Cha-r: ,an.


o1**3F-3PRIaE


IL,,. ." V ww wv vwfro l A7 W ., .3 --. . . . .---.. .- . .


S ]illios OGiva Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of on* concern in
the land who are not afraid to be
generous to the needy and suffering.
The proprietors of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, have given away over
ten million trial bottles of this great
medicine; and have the satisfac-
tion of knowing it has absolutely
cured thousands of hopeless cases.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the Throat, Chest
and Lungs are surely cured by it.
Call on W. A. D'Alemberte, Drug-
gists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 50c. and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.

FINE POULTRY.
At C. Ccrner'e Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell eggs for set-
ting from the following breeds of;
chickens: Dark Brahmas, Partridge!
Cochins, Light BrahmaA, White
Cochin-, Plymouth Rocks, Brown!
Leghorns, Wyndotts. My fowls are
from the very best strains to be
found, and I invite th0 public to call
and s -e my potiltry yard-about 7To
tine fowl-k on hand. Settings of 13
eges for $1. 0. Lou I Co.I.iN.s.
7a tf Manager.
What you pay for Clothing is not
half so important as what you get.
White's.
-'i iy IDollare Reward.
Those partied guilty of breaking
into school buildings Nos. 1.40and
To and mutilating same, are hereby
notified that the reward of $50offered
for the arrest and conviction of any
one for breaking into a school build-
inz or school building out-hou-e,
still holds good.


0 0RACKET STORE.


7p


* *


We Pride OurselveQ on Having the Grandest aad Mr,:
Exquisite Selection in

Spring and Slummer Dress Falrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Greate-t Choice or the Most Celebrated Ma... :r.

SLadies' Shirt Wlaists.;--

Al-o a (Great Variety of


Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-Made Suits
JUST RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
As Usual P\\ LPad in Styles and Prices. Outr Mr-.
. Hughes. t:e head lMilliner. well u-'ain: -
Reputati-,n a- an U'p-to-Date Arti-t. W\ ar,-
: Crowded. (Give your Orders Early f,, ,
YOUR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
7 We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
b and Children are More than Convinced that they
Sret the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes at the
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'S
STORE......

SMen's Clothing, Men's Shirts,

Men's Underwear,
*"Boys' and Children's Suits---
At Rediculously Low Prices.

MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
WE ARE INVINCTBLES IN LOW PRICES.

We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show Wi:.-
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goodn! Plenty of Cl-rk- t.,
Wait on You.
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

SCohen, Friedman & Co's
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Prompt!:'.


-W B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


MANIA FA CTF~ I ERS AN:, II.ER- Ix

LUMBER, LATHS,

SATED CTIPESS SHINGLE-KLi A-Driel Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SALE!N


Easte:


Brittles surpass all other makes-
peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
nut.
How can we afford to sell such
high trade Clothing at such close
prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
ple; ours is a modern store, con-
structed strictly on progre-sive
plans. Our Clothing is sold on the
smallest margin of profit, depending
on a large volume of business. The
more Clothing we sell the greater
our purchasing power, the lower
our prices; that's tte story in a nut
shell. White's.
MILLINERY NEWS.
Mrs. L Cohen is Offering aA Special
I eaders for This Week.
4 Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage,
only 20 cent.
3-.pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
only 20 cents.
In My Pattern Hat Department
You will find Lome extra good val-
ues. We are making room in this
department for the arrival of our
uew Easter novelties.
In My Trimmed Hat Department
You can buy a nice trimmed Chic
Hat for $1.25. $1.50 aad $1.75, in Leg-
horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
Ga to Mrs. L. Coben's.


EASTERR


Easter Sale!


We have Received Our spring Line of

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and


**


louXSt E:m.


spEOI4L PoTICES.


Easter Bargains

H 0- AN I




CHN F AN& o


wiANTZIP-Turor....hoard.-r%. mmi
Y wife and One singitle goutima;.
34)i Woet Chases -tre-..t.


Oft OVNT 4 wOqD.


Ul~. tb a sr Ed-r;!-
turn to0 2% t- 46 MC~

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hai-"r :s' r.wart f'.r r.-t -
Stu ke r N C.e.va; I,





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'alf-t Pb. ne. :rmi htj .


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V ATZDAllkinds of empty
w hlTk7bot s. SA. Far Dw a P

1,W ANTS5D-014 .r bosuslsat Dnn


ItS. 4. ARAH MlKIC-MaI*
..jand de~aler in Hair od.H.
A rtirie 7-hir (oil, vt'L..3:1v W'A. i-


1.1 fLIME C(H I PLVYr Yrmira.
and Kiaidorsgarton ip t. ow
its fifth torm n at theare~ad.once at
no-r of Psimfso arnd Jaeks#.a i
trance on Jackson. Teramb 5Z.Mrper nw.. &i

hALE AX!' ?kEMALF KMCH... .
.ifeir ncr tiaa..eand ('evallau. girt-'
pacre, for col g" or busiric... J. H.-
dell. principal. Night term b.'gin-is


1,r viII''i i Fisand5 Picorai i
C Spo-vial d..~zi .- ord,.,t-.1 f. -r a-



~ L-'W;R~s vHR HlNvR.jki.'-4

p ho n e &"j.

Corner-torue'Nt1.
ATrLANTA. April !9 -.....
of the Fir.4t Univcr'.ine h%? -
of East Harris and PvwIi,.tr'.-*' -
laid at '3::P) o'elw'lk Snninel' v ?!*
T'he gransibloge -)f 4 is' urgitF*-.-
Anci-nt M..o~.under th.-di...iz'
Thomn.' ;H. Jpffriewofe.slm-iard ~
proms~ive ('f'tnolbnmie..
Killed by Kirk of H,lr~pe
GAD-43'V., Ala., April 9- W:!,, -
ion, the 9-y#ar-old qon of H J V
was kicked by a horasand lwl dt-Afr-m i-
offect, an hour later. The h,,r-w Iia.-.
him iu the back of th. head at tt sw-
of the brain. rupturing a blr..w.1
To Raise VFnmk For 'Bslot.


OmcAoo, April 9.-Cbicusat'p Inslt
rV. famine ommlamiom h"a decided t b-
A, o aje? 1it f i agin for tho rw-o-i pt f "..a

Marston 4 Finch ar,
headquarters for h ii; -
Up-to-Date mnocks, either fine or -ch',,r
- --. Call and see their sfork


uents


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal-1 2) Dozen Ladies' Sleeveles, Vest-, '--inch Solid and WhLz- Duck.
briggan l'ndershirtsat25 cents each ;, Lisle Thread, our price 25c each or ,ir price...... . ....... ic
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. I Yard-Wide .Sea l-iai'l C.tt'un
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at................... ........ c
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts. our price -"oc. each: 1 Yard-Wide i'itci.v;l; ,- ;(h--
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. *-d, made by L.,n-;-t Co.. (
:0 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20I) Dozen Fancy and Wtlite Silk while it la-t:................ 7 ,c
briggan or Fancy Underhirts, nice Pleated Bosom Shirt~, our price I m; f0 Pjec1P .; I,:Lt -t Clico at...... Ic
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all asies. .-Ca. Pi Phn.. n
match. We carry the l.ar:.t line of Meun'1 t .r (h "
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boysv'Clored Sh irts in thet City, Warrantd.. ............ .
Balbriggai Undershirts at 54l cent,; at the Lowest Prices. J'i-t rc v-l f ull line 'f Skirtx-
Drawers to match. 36-inch Sprin; I' -real,-. ,,ur and .lhirt V\ ast-: our ; r:-- ar the
lIxI Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vei.tQ price .................... .... lowest.
at old price, 6 for 25 cents, or 45cc 3-inch Very Sheer White L:-wn. Paraol- atr,, l: (. :.-i at ., 75.
doz.tn: embroidered neck. our pric"t....................... t c $1 '"0 antd 1: I .
175 Dozen Ladies' Misse and 27-inch Cht-ck Naai;-uuk. our L.aii,- lr;l-. :. P r.i-',l in
C'hildren-' Sleev-less Ve-ts, with price .......................... .. late-t -hades at 1 7 'i. -2.
Tare Neck. :3 for 25c or 95c doz-n. .;it-inch White and ( oi',r-d All the late-t-tyr,- :: I. i e-' and
25 Dozon L tdie"' Slnev-Ile-- Vet-, Pique, our pri'-, .............. 10c ('hildr-"n's tr-Aw H .t- i s; NIlor-;
with silk Tape Ncck, 2 for 25e or :>i-inch White Csrd-d Il}'ild.-.atr al-o So rolls N.-w -; :2: M.at:ing.


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