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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 11, 1900.


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NO. 58.


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


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KAN-As CITY. April 11 --There ha-
bi-ent ie.tavy f ill of snow in Central
nt.d We--tIrn! Kanr-a. ten inches at
12me pI.c--'., and it is still snowing.

North Carolina [ena-cra oe.
R..Li,.H. April 11I-The demo-
cratic -tatu- conventionl is in session
t.-re. Cl:arle-s B. Aycock will be
'iu:in-at'-l for g ivertinor.
('Ciaton 2a1u'eIaions.
NEw YP.Ki. April ll.-Cotton i-
qiioted to day. :is follow' : April
;.442 M, iy.v., 4 Juine. :13; July, 9.31
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T10 :;:i~ay p .;'.i.- loe- valtuaible
!lt;;1. l ;; *X i *' "illlII lir W itt)
1 : :lil ld (c-ir*e-. I iyV !sh build
i k- r '.., Huot-;" :.-i Tar before it is
:" LATr W A. F Aleanlerte.
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t!.- 1..;-: I tL :i an id L on e;'.r (,..
le.-tii -:. rd.av. was continued to-
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DI'ah .l W VtW Manni
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'-rt.:i. died :,t Ii- htoii,'. corner iof
t'!.,rida Bl.aica aniil Itinanaa treet-.
I i: yve-ter.d %v att-iinoi o t of intli tnia-
tirnt of lthe bowel-. T'lih funeral will
t.tke pl:ce :it 5 ,i'tcl',ck thil- after ilooam
ft )imi toe family r-Idlencet' A large
faimilIy a;nd timany warun tri,-ids.
inour-: ll- denisl-e.

A k1din y remeitdy that can hbe de-
p. -id, d o-it will h-' found in PRICKLY
A.-n Bl11T RiK. It htealaidd strength-
eal-. Silhd by Haniinah BrosI.

WORKS WILL BE REMOVED.
'liunpl.ate Planta to He Loceati' Whlcitng.
\VHKFP.t'\.;. W. Va.., April .10-The
Aimri'ana Tinplato company has pur-
lha,.--dl fr.iu th- Laughlihhn Ironworks of
Martin's Ferry several acres of ground
%.wuth iof it. tinplate mill.-and it is stated
unofficially that the tinplate mills now
run int connection with the Aetna Stand-
ard at Bridgeport. will be moved to the
Martin'c Ferry plant.
It is also said that the tinplate oom-n
bine will dismantle the Cambridge, 0..
plant and move it to Martin's Ferry.
thus. co nii!entrating over the river a very
*ar&.'e tinplate making establishment.
A LITTLE KNOWN FACT.
That thlie majority of serious dis-
A.i-- otrlintite in disorder of the
kidnely'-. Io0-y's Kiueyv Cure i~
g.1 i n't *'-d. lI v It t-'-dav if vo-u are
ii ,t f, -,.i;t w 'l:. \V'. A )'Ale-ii-
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An eii.io't :s--ortni nt *1f trn:,k-
aint v.uli-tes at \W hit,' ..

INTERESTING CASE IN COURT
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FIERCE BATTLE IS


RAGING AT WEPENER


Fighting Severe and Lasted

All of Monday.


CASUALTIES WERE HEAVY

l i n \ N ick'r-'Il.aix in i>d S at ii'" lt omi iblirdriii ilt of' .11afkin ;g.
1. .-t 1 llort l.i 1.1ina to I'-i'uce TOu 1 .
I i ali:i-t .! ( lther Poinilt'.
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',iagrh ,ount,; It 1 i in t i:tii!wni what
thi- aI n .ii'- iCt l sit l;r ai of tiht PBaji.- i-,
t-it what''-ver it ma1 t-, it is blitieg rap-
idly arnumernet'-d. A body of Bo i"-rs
is marihi'ug t,,war'd Springfointe. ii frimi
:nitlifi -11, betwI-en Wepeneir aind
Sprini-foitein. Thie detunatin ,nif heavy
gains wLo he~rd at 3Ma--u on Monday.
Shir Godfriy lagden, the British resident
co1miniiwioner of Bas;ta, .tind, has 1:-ft
3at.e-ru for the border.
The events in t i*' ~ounh,1-.t portion of
the Fret-e S atU- hav- cau.-ed rh- Eighth
divisionit, which haI b",u ordered to
Fourteen Streams, to be di-paIch'd to
iSpringtontein.
Mysterious nove-ri.et.si of tro ps a
Bloemfontein arTe pr)teediug. Th- f ws--
paper co.rr. l-spndn t are not allowed to
telSigraph their destinations and thl pre-
truzniption is that Lord R.bert,. is making
a di.leosition to cut off the raid.- of thi
Boi- forci whei thea try to witrhdr'a
northward from the spur-aing Britioh
columns.
War feelingg In Free Sate.
The reappearance ot tht' Bo-.rs in the
occupied cuunitryl us i ca.usd a revival of
thl- warlike fthring antiong the Free
'tatfonr taf tho Faurearith anda Philip-
;.',lis districts. The federal agentA are
ausly getting detail of the asurreder-d
Btorw. and owing to the British garri-
5,,rtn ,ing withdrawn frIun thee dis-
trn-tN the British re..i-dents are ,in-it.
andl have sent delegate-s to aStringfoi-
tein to arik fir hlp. Theyi were told
that .'- fr their r d.-efenst: would b, ilm-
in-'lhatcly takin.
'iTh,'- lers are rcpaited to hav' v-ie -
tardA to the Biggarsi rirg and t,,o be pit-
ing heavy guns 4 iniles north tf Elands-
ltitte. Th y are ali said to have forti-
til the vicinity of Wessel's tNek.
The war Uofhe proposes to latn at
C(alt Town b-.forv theend of May 20t 0I
hior-es, which will be conveyed there, il.
'23 -teamers sailing from New Orleands,
Builnos Avrre aed Australian ports.
The Westmiunster Gazette likens the
Itritiash nmpaign to "the fruitless series.
of campaigns in which the large dist.ip-
lined anmies itf Sp.in sought to crush
thie Cuban insurrection. adding.
*( f Co4urte our troops far excel in valior
and discipline the cons.cript armnnies of
Spain and the climate is in our favor,
but our enemies equally excel the ragged
levies of the Cuban insurgents."
The Leader ars: y
"'The reports from Boer as well as
from British sonrce.s of our reverses near
the Bl-emfontein railway are truly laim-
entable. They show a distinct lack of
care and leading.
"In the face of surprise we seom ut-
terly without resource except reliance
on: pluck. That is a safe card to play.
but a cottly one.
'Lions led bv asses was an old de-
s-riprtion of the British army, but it was
thought the British hbad learned isome-
thing of late years in the ranks. What
light does this war throw upon that
possibility?"
A dispatch from Aliwalirirth says ant
engag'niemnt took place yesterday at
Wep-ner. The Boers' Vi'kern-Maxim
did onwiderable execution at first, but
the British guns soon got tlhe riin4e and
did great havoc. Tlrhe Rux:11'. cm-n-
niand-, has goue to Wen..i.r.
T'he fighting wua! ve-re and hinted all
day long. The Be-rs received a cie.ck.
The 'alual-ties were rather he-avy nn
i.thl -ides Another c niinaiio i- ad-
lani,'int' toward Wep-'lir from I).e\tt' ',
do rp.
1I.avy fighting wa. coitinued at We-
pnner this iTh,. sday i .rniri The re-
mailt ir atkiutil Ti rt- B, Ie..r oom-
zna':tI' i- are a't.i kiii# then t- ex'!l.


Initlhrdaliielt ofa 1l-fekilnig.
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war. M.af,-kinm. The e Er-. ,t 'u.n, fire
it lnlll-t wrlh .I'v. sv un t i, iln'ludulatz
onte 1F, -,p'imh.r. This has li.,,u th.'
most v; orOti bii 'Iallarllielit of th.,
i, Tint i.-r i u,'e u'l atir ha. al-
ready .iretl ovr #;', r uvds.
L iizhr cuv. r of the fire rth B,, r.; nAl-
v.I..'.I t ;i, < .i-thirt1 i tface ,fth w-'.tr'%-,
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Ti 1 '. und.i r C'.innnmi:danit .T:in
Cr..i ;i '.. e'. :fl it!y tfulling b -k 1 f.i,r..
thle :t',: ar:ci f th uth rir r,-li f ..!--
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Advcl fromIlll *f'kii z ---y i tlbl IS -itl
art-d Ka.ffir, left fkg, t hr; :uh.





Olt- lwwgb frs' hnvi. during the night of
April anrth f d were fltiid -. 'i a, sur-



irtound r ,it the blsh wherel t hk ewtir
Tihelo.4 mby an rgurniti -ioi e.j t n l .
th, k lin, during 31. The Kth nifought f
round in th, bu.h, where thl.y wcri


tiu. killing 31. The Ka\tlrs fought
stubbornly.
Skirnmii.hes are reported at Biggar-.
bwrg and in the Free State, mostly tw.
tween patrols.
A L'ady.mith dis watch aysi heavy fir-
ing wasi hi:rd early this minrning in the
dirtio.'(n of Sutliday. river. It contin-
led for a f aw houri No details of th
engau on ,lint have boen received.
It i i xi. aod that the Boers will o.u
deavor : '.tak.- and destroyv the bridge
over th. )'ang rivt-r. Cai-quently.
extrawrd inary precautions have been
taken. A f force of I ioers is located 12
miles ea-at. As a inatter of ftlt, the
Bo.ers rai-tically again holl the Fre,
StatIe ia.tward iof the -tilrasl l and are
greatly .'w- niuira. 1iil their sn.cesses ati
Roldddr-tburg aiitl Krni Sjoruitt.
Advi fr a tim A''ria, Briti-th (Gold
Cat Coiloiy, 100 htusa-rs has. started for Kuniassie.
As thi b. Ay of troops -is oiirt.ed in-
sufih-.i.-u, a ar'-er frfc, i f iti tg c-i ic'n-
tratol d oi thl of int.erlanid. Kuni.sie i
,v'idpitlv iiinv ted. The A\-1tiinti hnve
iapturtld i -,vra l r nttyi, ,tlih rs l uinot
th'r f' n:ihcts. 'ihe riinig is prei ditng.

Prisoners at St. Helena.
ISl..\1) OF ST. HELENA, Aprilr 10.-The
1Ni,,bn awil the Milwaukee have arrived
here ix tth the Boer prisouer.. Thir
hb-alth is gknid, with the exception "t
fur ,ia-, of niasles, noce itat ing tihe
M1ilwaukee belinug suara.ntined. The
risoner.sarel quiet and well behave.
hey will probSibly land Atitlorrr w. Th-t
gov-rnor has twen Mititia.d if the debir
of thi authorities that th, prisoner. lo
treaty with every ciurt.-y al on i-l-
erati U.
TO CUItE A COLD IN ONE DAY
rake Iu.ative' Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Jrugg-ts refund the money if It fall. to
ruro-. I. W. urove's signature is on each
tf x. 2dc.
Our Moin's Spring Clothing is Ip-
to.date in every way. The Jno.
White label wouldn't be on them if
they weren't. White'1.

COMBS' CASE GOES OVER.
Nothing IHeard From (;ranTd.Jury-Cat
of State Offleers.
F1:tNKrT T, Ky., April 10.-The hab-
eas ,',ripus proceedings begun in behalf'
of .rTaMlow Dick" Combs, one of the
So. h, I ,. vaemts, came up in Judg (Ca n-
trill's c.,urt today. County Attorney
PoIN'grove pruented his answer to the
petition .4' the pri-roner's counsel and the
,a.., went over until tomorrow, when it
will be argued.
Nort muchl is likely to be heard from
the ad jury iut:il it comelctes its in-
oesttgati-n or returns soni indictmernts.
Judge Cantrill has forbidden the local
newopapr mnun tDo sel out the nantesof
witue-'s who are called to testify or to
speulate upon the nature af the evi-
dease w iver i
To att ,rners fir l teh sides in the
,a-a.m- Inlmv,'!ini the statei th'e rs other
rthe giVe r a- anud lientznnat t gcvernlr ir
art' w.,rki ing n ant a-"rt4'itit-iut rui iIiiteC
iti a ti;lo' rtu' in order toe,'ncu esr('dy
a:i iani th.' cr.nll it c urt iaril c'nrt o .
ne -s" -, e tlnat d ,t ou '., I, heia keno

v rh" 'tltn S?.a?. '.rr'-o.urt at rh''
i)ene'ghted worh ller tI estorplln.
DeI-n",. April 1Ii.--Qui>en Victria


thnr'ugh th' authorities h'.r, ha- in
ftrmen.d the ,ctizr.ns of Dublin of h.-r d,,-
light :it th, recerltioii ateorl,.d li.hr II-r
maij, --y t.-mk h,.r '*u-t, *niary ir'iv, in hIt'
'*hAIr i thi. vit'-r,,wal rniilndu l ti invrni.-


An iHionewNl .Mle ine for lIa (Gri|>pp.
(;e,. \. 'Waitt. of South (.Grdiner.
Me.. say-: '-I have had the wor;-
cough, cold chil s and grip and have.
taken l,,ot of tr:nas: of in, acciount but
profit to, t!i vetnd'r. I'!i:iitibertl.- iin s
C('uti.i lt-iitedy is the only thin,, that
ha;s dole any igooda whatever. I itave
used ont-e ,eo cent bottle and thle ct.ill-,
cold and g!rip have all le-ft me. 1
eor:gratulate the nianufaic t er.n- f an
lionest medicinee" For s.ale by Hani-
iuh Bros. and a'l minedici i.e dealer-.
SEE ROSS 'CO.
ABOUT CRIIEENS.
Crossett's Young America I'; shoe
for young men, the best shoe in the
world for the price, at White's.


POORTN AUGARAGIN S W. A. NEAL PLACED ON TRIAL.


LANDED IN COLOMBIA

American Warships Hasten

to Scene of Trouble.


WAR SEES INEVITABLE


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.\<"t'> t.r. *1 thl N.ivy Al.i'n
--. l; ,ir i IL ,l k ir 'w ti ,r,. w\ n y i .ii-
t tr ;.,ii b e vt.-'n ihr t\" ev. n ist. but itca
iw b, i.rv,, l .t t.' dc ),'i' r a i;> re ,,i o1 t' i
t diir ,'i to o l--rve th-r c,,ndu't ,,f th,
NJ' ;agira.uu ment ,xp.tdith ,1.g
Tl'e Aml ri,'an iunni-i''r ,, ,< osta Riw'a
ant, Niegrantona dicr.lth trnroopanders at
tl,. Ptiladelphiatl tiuoi Detrhet arte acting
,i4d-r itistruetion-i.h to preserve the pxiwc'
.f ('**itrral A.iiiricu by ve ry proper
alieai !s.
I "i.in uii is n ot far fr.n i th- s utheru
bunnitry -of C',sra Rica It hia.; been
helieved byv the authorities that the ten-
sin between Nicaragua and Coasta Rica
was very much reduced as a result of the
goux oftiw.s of Mr. Merry, and the San
Jo.se government, apparently thinking
thter- was no further danger of hostili- t
titi. bItgan to discharge the troops ha-
lily l-vied and tot reduce the guard. In-
formation rexcived here is that the Nic-
aragua expedition was carried to Chiri-
qiui by the Nicaraguau transport Momio-
tollmb, so that the movement in relar d't d
ais ia goernment one for which Nicara-
ma cannot aviid the responsibility. In'
soiwi '.unarters it has beenit looked uponi at
a ilihnitering expl'dition intended to aidl
th,' r.volutionit ii Cololmbi against iii
tfh B 'g >t; gitvern:u'-ut. It wa- p iinted
.*::. h w,.v,. r, that the -at of the, rtevo-
lu'l.ii in t l b lia is in the. -'ite u Pan-
Iinia and not in Chirwiqi.
Ti ,ere i r *i 'i t, beli 0 v. C .-t;Ia ica
wIl.s avi- 1 Of B tht'. ia; 4f the Ni'P-
raMt1:1:i > xi;edtitio, anld rho infor ln>ti i1
liit h:iv -h b ..,n iv,'ii to C oimiin ndt-r
-;iu i.:in Keniiely of the D-tr.,t by rlit
i' a Ki.-i,'n authoWri'i,.-. If t' nb i
t +r!:i:i,',1. th* lf il !1114 ,f thi ,*\t <'.;lh,;!
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KILLING OF OBIE THARPE.:


I ,' ::.'Y. Ala A, ir .A I -tte-r
t'r K. i a !tl II n In I< 1 1hv.i ,',,0unty
reli, t tim' tatl'ts .f til killi. ut Obi-..
T ': if- t thatt r ,i ;: p
F. I Thmitrp,, it (. ir;:an. lt..ii 'i 'r
,if ra -.ilr ,.Li <,l stru,.-rim 1 Ii0 11 -,-
novi. A. numni itr oif igr',g lit- i'r. rcanl ,.
into, the eamp and sltart'd a r,,-v among
Tharie'> wo rkinn,. and he, acompatn-
ild lby his ai si.iant and nelphi'w. Obie
Thiarpi, order l t1i ti to leave, where-
upin th, ae groes showed fight. Tharpa'
and hi is nephew went totethler to te t
coniniis.sary and secured shotguns As
they left the building Tharl-w walked
around It oun one ide and his nephew,
unknown to ahimn, started around in t the
other side. When he reached the rear
of the' store. Tharpe, s.eing a nian with
a gun) ooniing upon him, fired, and a
minute afterward realized hbe had killed
his nephew.
Obie Tharpe had been his uncle's ward
and constant companion since he was 10
years old, and the uncle is alnist crazo-d
with grief.
Cramps, Dysentery, ('holera Morbus,
diarrhea, and, indeed, all bowel
complaints quickly relieved by
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-K ILI.tEI a safe,
sure and speedy cure. for all the
troubles named. Every r-putable,
druwgist keeps a supply. Each bot-
tle has full directions. Avoid .ub-
stitutes, th-re is butionoe ':in-Killer,
Perry Davis'. Price 2.' and .owc.

We make Clothing to order, and
re-res;-it M. Horn 4'o,.. ('hica-,,.
thle ,rrveatr-t mn-ro-hait tailoring ,' i
corni itI the world: sati-if-i'ti n aridl
p,--fect fit gu1aranit '.tii. Wtl.it'-.


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FLY sC'I-FI-:Ns.

We aim l to L.av' all g (d( on -:,t-
thiorougnly reliable., because th-i re i-
-uch a things, as 1-fiaintainiiiW ti-
,:ra.de all along tt'e line. a!nd no, inat-
ter how low an article rintiy b,
priced at this store you c:-H r-.ly ,on,
its quality at all times. We keep
onIly what we can recommeui nd. and
we recommend only what we know
is tru-tworthy. When we tell you
the merits of a purcha-e you can
rely on the assurance. White' .


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AN INTERESTING SUIT FILED.
mlllit of Southrri lliivY ,t Op erttr
the Slouith ':rollini ( onteoted.
E'..,i. i S.!>. S. t.. April 11. Th.
final lUApers in the cat'e of ell & DaitV
again-t the Southt-rn Railway co-niypa
were tihld last week. This ca.*- luvolves
the right o)f the South-.ru to own. % lai
or operate the Sourh Carolina aud Geor-
gia railroad. Under thli act of 197 nDo
Srailr.nx in the state cun own, lease or
operate a competing line of road; and
the road o owning. leasing or operating
a competing line ha.. to lay a penalty of
$100 dollars a day for every day it owns
or operates the competing hne. T. h
iSouthern secured control of 'he South
Caroliin and I ieorgia rad in April. 1%40.
The cam- will not. t'w heard probably
before April, 1V)02, thus making the
Southern libhle. to tfine of $tl0 a day
for two year-, or 730 dayi, which means
a tot.dl it ;:t .oi .
SECRETARY GAGE'S REPLY.

lie Send- ,Stt.,iemen'ut tuo lu-oe lelautive
to War leviume.
WA Sll.oTov, April ll. In r, ply w
th.- li bou '- lir. utoi n .-ki f,,r inif lrml.-
ti,-n re-lativ- ti o he \\.iir r \.tinu.- tiax.
S.tcrttary of .i,. Ti ,.-i..i:v (I .ag himas .-ug
a c.im ire.h-ni iv- rpi- r i m a rh'- -. ubj.-t
to, th..' h ,'. F or tit i, t ..l t ,-;:r n*i tuli
h.a.">i t,o(> i>tt le',t inm g ..1i 'it'- ia;rA.-I ur-
[ilu., of a ;0.00, 0 M >. Frth' fi-e iml Iear
,-iid nt. Juni4 3to,. 11l)1. thi r,.-.' iio, s .r u
rit- ati d at t1.,i,o s ~a. while tilie sur.
pIlu. ia plaedI at $'.aM><*.o.uoati. InternAl
r,-v.niue tix. t rc-.iv'el iunde-r war rvre-
nut ai't of Jnune 13, I s9i. aiI|1,i articleei
not hi'rrtofo re taxed, for tfisval vyer l9?).
wv,'r 4L724,5-440.O4. and f,-r the ftir4
rin months of the present ti'aul year
e.iiding March 31. $3:3.331o.70'.4.
l.a Gripp Succetssfu'ly Treated. i6-
"I have just recove-red from the
Second attack (of la grippe thi.ypar.'
says Mr. Ja.s. A. Jones, publi-hier of
the Leader, Mexia. Texats. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Rtmedy, and I think with
considerable success, only being In
bed a little over two al;yys, against
ten days for the former attack. The
second attack I am sati-fled would
have been equally as bad as the flri
but for the use of this remedy an I
had to go to bed in about six honr-
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 Hannah
Bros. and all medicine dealers.


Croaett celebrated $3 and $3.10
Shoes, at White's.

Preacbmr'CormmltA Sule'ide.
SANTA BARBARA,Cal., April 10.-News
has reached here that Rev. Dr. Josepb
Hemphill crmamitted suicide nar Bal-
lard by blowing the top of his head off
with a shotgun. He is believed to have
tben temporarily insane. A wife and
five children are left almost penniless.
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Annual .Mleetng.
Pirrsm-t'R, April 10. The annual
imneeting of the stockhoilde'rs of the Pitt-
burg., Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis
Railroad company was hldl here today.
The annual reports shows gr.',oss earn-
ings 41.1t:6,S1;.7;;; ,.exp nss,. $15,2Mi,.-
-,;!,t: ne-t earmi g". t. .,'t.N<.547.1 i.
"lie that seeks flinds.' He that
;:tke'- Hood's S-are:ipnrllt fitidls In
it-i ins pur., rich 1l.od i .and cqonle-
qie-uitly iloid he-alt!:..

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OI l SAI,I- 4
A' a llar;a'n on I-;A.v Terms.
Sw''+It IInflt I.r in. -ttituated in th
ti.ititrf.i'ttitring vallhi.; of Allen.
'ily Co.. Hr i.te St..te: T-nns of
-,l1-: 1'' cr- it-- f ,r *l gr :a-a- ; t i-
*,i'-'''0i': 7'10 1 -- i i'irl-n e-t tl- v;lni-
-.i -f -;mil property. Proceeds to
,.- i .-. ...-1 to l -it "l. i B F,, i' ,r c'ii I tr- a;tpplv t,, ;Iaz -it. i
\V .- I 1 \.-I EA' I: \ e-I'.

Wie will soo/ re "ei'e e a
line /,t of pattent I Wr/idow
aivninfs, wft't "w'r /hiem.
IIIarsStolln <' Finch. |

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at,
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


HANNAH BROS., Special Ae tsi-
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PERSONALITIES.


CharleqlHe~nry Gl,-.flt.e'ke cper of a
lfgbtbouse on Nanloit ul.e4t sj',tltc.
*a Wary (Pf $1 a ye-ar.
Frederick It. Burnloain. I!,(- Anie-r~itn
scout who won 41ci:,-?li~t Iin :i Ii.e NIMaui-
bele war, is wsio h e lhihcrsin
bouth A frica.
Arrbhishinolo ti Oti~f Ch;,i 812 Went
to the wcene 41f hiots Irisc':o la' eomrs in
WCO. tuah-tiz the' trip freion -NcW York
tw sta-e and -ste':tiIthe-a.
Mrs. Alt iiander II'Lappoii-'tnie. W it en-
tervill Sir Wnlte'z' Sc jzt*':.- t','t \ l'e at the
alre of lit; and %%I, %AII M.t'JLntat Allbitoi-
ford whe'nlie' i.,lcl. r--4-- nil-%d.**'cl at
Kiirk hill.


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o nly tof tt A'k I :II 'Or* ,'I' I :ci q 13"'00 ide


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Lined illto ii '.4 I.4
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I will rep-iir yvur watched anid
:ewelry in rtci style. J. 1.


DR. MELLEN -HAS- RESIGNED.
Retiree; Front C('a:r of (.r.eck anti 111s
tiir3 It* Univer-!ty of Tennessc.ee.

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Wo'lf-on'- ('or.% ltieon AfflrniV'd.
N' v I t; A".. jr;: 1 o.-Thu ii:

0. -1: V1 ',-11 4 Of.I.. I!,N W.if..n.4sW) ~1,
vva.,; ~ tr~i-df .r hus Viertin thet' re..'kzuog I If
W .4 1 It ic i w i ts ico t -a F4-1.::rii0 of ti .
a"' me' twvi v-a.'a1'.1g. ptIoting hi'. appeal
mn':de'lih-.Zt, U in th,, army. .le is. now
A:41i-t uie. e-'eu fcr,-'ner inl,4 ill the 'Phil


L4i \ it".. April III -The Nirthday oif
Rev. Wulliamt ?' 4thifthe Salvelt'jeoii
Arnmy, whn wa' lImt-uo at No'etringham.
Eniziand. April 10. w'i'. w-signah&lizi
t"Kdav'by ILc 'rt-.t-ijtlio!, 4 .n'orf i ( f" -u-cl
gTa-'lilatt. .r I9N t'fnc cifl 301, i-t~

III11im 3:3 eof Aro.
fl',71Ki1.i.:. Ca.. A .;.ril Vi. 'Mrs.
P~h. ..'ttA. Hearc~ a ei't." c
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De:'ath of Ilt-rmotan 't.iivi
N f V. Xc *iK. Airil l1'.-fie 0t-mizattA Ma
.11-. c nitrlv i -ft..4the b I-,kmiwt
Ionki mkr- in 'N- w 'Y..rk,. is- 1'I.td it N it'dvl-
v~a1!ut iu-Rhizii'. (it'rioiauv.y :3". 11).
kenttmcky Re'pubellcan, tip Me~et.
o i I-\ 3111'. April 1 t. -The.tH-puhR
'ii-nIrt- central("ll 'in.itrv 1tt-1 i--ue'fd it
nlf.r it -tate i'v,"iv:till tI i1'zille'therte
May 17.
c om~maodio~re 1114310 Deadl.
W ueIuAh'to .A'-ril ]oi L'i ctminitirop
W~illiamiK. NMa\ui. 1'. S.N., retu'e-d,
ihc'd Iat bi-.;home' in thi- city Ilat night,
tgogd 'Yvars .
Ohio IBanke~r Failc..
(7i.jxu",iaro. 0., Aj rol l.-R4 ionhardt
& (7 .pri'vat. baktw i' ec-weeo it., die ro. at

APHORISMS.


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Ely's Cream iBalmi

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COLO IN HEAD
It opn awl t9hlil't-e Na-dIa~;g
A lt- 1lau1jiioiaiitioli. Il'.i!- .tM11! otet
ti- ~! lIwcianeIc'. t~-topro- te .ic*.cf'
;oA' ~ l~- i.hkfrgp .- zt. 5ev. :at 3 ii ig., -t_ 1),I1,
ai a mu r ia bze- IW'b vniptil.
o; ~1 arren !t; cut, % vu '' k

sabeProfeasorg IForem~gIAt.

wljoids l~the clt:! !r oritmt ernatlt~iwal
law in the St. [tc ur~urilersity
aall is a freqo;uenit lejor. se:o 1:13 'ce pfth
cza r in 'u:ocouncticls tot'inwu:otit, is
Utet atRusstian citizen. nor t'~vtu n Rui-
slan Subject. but a Phtio-o)Ic 61-1-1r1:111.
lie is a1 nota idelol.hiisnt .1141 d nu~tho.,
and n athe Vuueztielaa:1rbit ration cou-
furi'nCe 113 P.1zo't. %% 1ucTV !-V I icad theude-
v'j'1e fl of thecl Iiit5j'. lie had a
Ieit'a,:atlt t'io.ii (in f :iilorvsi,3Ig eicl
i~lt'lgflt&'Aillois iwa kl:Iaozvo~. One cof

pro(fe~ssoir -, as ~a I'de i44keop uptiphis
lmovx 14'!;ze of So 111:11l1Y tl~h'4411'tnPi
lT' i c"p! !'rwp;livdcl "I t i tuSON' dt
rcl.-oi '. u!v. in c..-il '4. ll y c hair 13
I tt -' t li prepre')t4d fit,- nx'ietle'r 0
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~ *!l!'rlIV placed inl .4.hr.aclv~es. :as
c1:o N.i- no.lt 1ikk.1% IaI v::'.tf. lo"
deri,),l :o shot jImpll Jo r~whid. 1.1\c al-
rn-!a 1'v b-4n vI--II v, 141034l'fe' .l i I; lI :i rric'a'l.i
T!i t s tle hIo I s trmtul' ii':1:1 V:ol 1 l 411! .~
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KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of a~lldis-
eases.

IS KINEY CURE IsIi
FOLEY OurnsitedRuemed


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joiti. dtla of .. pr! 1.,i.'(4 2 '' fl::Jvolc (of
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k- .tambiotie co Omlv lt Ilt ~ loistriet I''
ii1oiici I i mhO.*l t; it otw Ait.1 t fe 0..',
to)'hi i oc're-.ent i. Ola ,.' ;o
.noListe C(OfIt nOio fitI -(!"h at,,!
Ili ace' TI~it;w1 w1 ; x0 ud ti hA'iIN 2 '.cI:-
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She Made it Like Starch.
It Is r;-ui ti...t : lre:u-. with the
pl)rea o i' :i ., -, i.!:io\l ld;e :l l i:u-
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t(. th:i;n th.. f a1:; '. 1' p1ort fr in

no li-hlit ll;Itt r I t .' i11 !'-1:la' to pIr-
scril'e f,"r i;nt's x '.'U .i,>i as. ;Is ti., f,1-
lowinz will sh'nw:
"If it's ilazin to, y'r h:onnor. I'tmi '.:, ,
to ax for a Ipottle." said an 4oH1 wim;Ian.i.
"I \v tuk that I.a"'l last uig,.t I
thought thle life 'iu'd lve ime."
After (ue inquiry Into her symptoms
slho was ,-ziven a picket of arrowroot.
with mInute directions how to prepare
It. As slie scarcely seemnied to take
them In. a happy thought struck the
lady. "You know how to make starch.
don't you'" she asked.
"Yes." said the old woman.
"Then make It just like that," said
her friend, "and add a little sugar to
It."
The old woman departed, to return
next day with the Information that
she was like to die after atin wl::it
Miss Norah gave her. and, with all (I:o,
respect to her. she wouldn't get it all
down; it wint so n'inst her.
Shie wvas reiiust.4,l to tbring what re-
rnaineil fir inspection. which revealed
that the ,!ir, e i.i na as to starch'li l
been lierally 'arrir1l ,iut. She had put
blue in it.-<'i'rnhill iMagazine.
C( me a runiiniyi.r, for t!'" last. !,it of
th'sc- inobhby pearl Alpine Hat ; at I0r
Cent- only la;t-d a wet k : 2.7, dozen
Il i- I .J -t1 r r-.iv d., But thet-v w n:'t
I -t I., NV. W lIir '.'.

FO1-'1: S\il-
A. t a, l';> inl. 7' acr- 30 unvtdr
feiio ,uTn c!iltivatio .n, tlho. lil:ni.ce.
Woiwdtll:(3 -t ,1 Inile' north of (,'or-
J. v;! t'ark. ;t:ol -; o: in t l ; ', iai n
.aln l t\\,, -;,tlin '; i.e x',, i i",r
further i tfr"'.. in. ::'. 'y to \V. R.
I) ,- i.!-- ,!> to o '.-e o:;' .1. :. I tUi li,.
-i eli & F .<... i'v. l'.'hoiiii1

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
vervf: rur : i:: spi inz u:id,-rw,;ar at

We will I.tii li r your -p;rteiad for
15 vI '!;!;- l't '!) :111ti( in sl!-" tl Ill look
like new St:t La ut:dry.

aKo refrigerator on fihe
imar'ket can equal those sold
byf Marston Fin ch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.


EVERY P DIO'


for Infants end Children.
The Kind You lHave Always Iought has borne tle .
ture of Ciha. 11. Fletcher, and hmas been made n ndt r ..
personal supeervis.ion for over 30 years. Allow ini ,,.
to deceive yon In this. Counterfeit%, Imitation," ;,,
6*'Ju.t-a-gsood" iare but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children-Exlwrience against Experiment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
TM eCC"au" compao m M 'V mav OTN9T. mne OWN 9cTP




Chase. H. Tu-rner,


+ARCHITECT*.


-AN--


General Contractor,


I~n il !::.; :*., .i : ..:. M .m:, : .-I t: t S ..:. i -.'* i :i P l:;!:m t,:1 -' :.: .,


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

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Hot WV.t:-,r ,a. 1 < i- ixtuite-.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE--




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HIfILTO 0(R E EN.
1-1 H ,- : N-'r.
F. E. NVE L T 'AS.
V; L. I.-- PR E I' N'.


J,HN F. PFEIFFI.
R. MI. I[SHNELL.
ADIREC. TORS'A
DIRECTORS:


'T. E. WELj!T-' -;* WMN. FISHER.
(iof Fl. I."~. Sat'i-A & U-..
K. J. N%* 1i'Al".1 AIR E. J~OHV F. PFEIFFER,
1.. HL t, oN ; nE E-N.


A General


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Place For Pem "acc.a'
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-1I Ar-


The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


JEHTZ & CO.,

::-120-122-c::-
E. Government Street.


MlORRIS1"M i. I


Banking Business Transacted.


Ye>ly'Ar' tr( ts Handled on Favorable Tern'. ?.
C hlr Dlought and Sold, ColUcti-:
romptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


.'i l BI RiY OiF IET FLORID '


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Our Address
i- lway.- a-ked for !. :
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Ir re i- di-pla-yt 0:
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McKEN1IE


OERTING & CO.


) -!,E1A LF R45 IN

~ Ch~n1I yan d General Hardware

6")3 AND) 605 S [T. L'ILA(MSYNICUT.


R.EVER~E COPPER ('fMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINW-4
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH88L&8MON' 4" '

Civa 6ril a ~ il 11ifoMP l A E i, W ri i, S irsETC.r, 1

CIApn for I C 1




ThY THE NVVA' WAIT 1eOLWMyV!


or money refunded. Contains Smoke DURHAM Ci-
remedies recognized by emi- gars at D'Alemberte's.
nent physicians as the best for suits for ihe little fellows, with
Kidney and Bladder troubles. Double Bre -ted Fancy Ve-,t, the
PRICE 50.a d $1.00. cutestthin .- that ever happened. at
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. --








THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 1900 3
o- .. . . .


SENATIOI. I'oURTESY


,antains An.m:cable Relations
Eetw-.een Pan~ics.


J'(J9~I kN'VT III: I)l(TATOIII I..1

~ ~.'.im ie.-ti~rds of senate.
Ir..a nen il% %. *-citu 1De mor n ft14
_,*. ..1'Bptitil icni t, Bnuin-I h.'
It* 5 m.?


T- ~ ..
A:;


'CER


IS NOT

I UflI IR A IS


Tir.c wai w.ier. Cancer was cor-.idere.-d s incurable a. le:: v A, T--
Phy-: : :.* fr'e-: s could :e little re::-.; or c; r..r. : .....:
e ,v*h' 1 his "h:s terri :'I' ; ] ::: n4w .:I : w -, :,,) r: -: :. Tr this fearful maladv while admitting it to be
a '. .-.,. t<-vy st:.ili.:t that ti-re i. i. hope ] outi..e of a suric I-.:--r:. n. and advise you to have the Cancer cut out,
l.,:t at th, s.:.e ":::e cannot a-sure y,,u that it wiii not r.-turn. Y : :t.vay c':(: or draw out t.:e sore, but another will come in
:2. c r t.he :- ... -.-st ,yn T-;a..strs. fTh }h ot i:iut ',t- piuri:.l a:1. s:;: i: .'..:e.:e 1, the svsteit: relieved of all poisonous, effete
t...1"'- :,,r," the Ca:ct;- .-r.re ill hleai'.
S ," s :he nly dicd:cine that can overcome this' powei.rf'l and c,,ntam:!n.tin.- poison and force it out of the blood. It
e t-...: .1 .. : 0te the ,.. and -,;p i-, nve r:c.1'1. ;:ft-givi'n- bl,,i. S S. is a purely vegetable renmedv no mineral
,I h, ,:l:.J ::: th"le ro ts and herbs Itrrn \h:ch it is male contain iwcrful purifying properties that act dircctlv upon
.:*..! -'. -'-*-'n a:di x::ake a ,ale .1.' pt'rtinanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousand,, why not you?
Ca:.cer :- :: it al~ a--, inherited ; y>'ur family may be free from any taint, yet your blood may become, so po)lluted that a severe
-o Blood Invites Disea and stublurn for of the disease may
a "AMD i 5- develop froni a S+re or ulcer onil vour tongue
N -oI i ss or other ptrt of %iour body a slight bruise
or hurt, a little pimple on the eyelid, lip
S- -;:... -:> : I: t..- w ,,r 're .,. a harmltssi lki...: w: rt or mole, and other cais. (,) insignificant as to attract
S:: : v. .-i -*.-:i,.Ie 1ore, ..,:: t r:v. upon savess tr luti:m'ents to cure it- begin with S. S. S.
at .: : : : ::. ,,. : the fi : :.. o n tc..Y;,'.-rou- u .

-, +"- .' 4 1 -t'.* ,y1:. : I I,': t th

-" -. ." -' ,l:tair.s :; r, iv n ,r: i:.i ,. tha.t % : 1 interest


KIOWr3 BIIOS,


HEIIBERE BROS. g CO..


GENERAL INSURANCE SE GO CMS


-%-N D-

Real Estate Agents,
PFNlACOI .. VLA.
RVEPKFZEKNr TWENTY-TWo~ oF THE
Lf: kIJ ( FIRE. LIFE. MARINE.
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLA'IE
*11LASS AND STEAM BOILIEJ I.N-
?U.AN ; c'OMPAME< .. .


LI : AssaUrCe Societ ofi the

U40tAC! s,


Palafox Street.

Pensacola. Florida.

*0TGOLAY-(

Grist and Corn Meal Mdills,

If. F. GONZA16EZ &Co., Prop s,
n iun fac' -.


P'inrou-7-' ilont.Iruo ut..' rv. for !b..ro* :
IAV-' v l"r "", -.. U ,- ''.N %. .,r Mosl and
istl.k 1" Ifoon t~i H- I:, Vamifacturer.
fori L,,- i 1:l o m4 % ii Ir*' t~mo Itluq..


S ,t -. r a all'". f;"'mor:n i::o:n o :I'' I thev
" .. C .:. r .nI:J .: ,l(.I heasett.. Wt-e mak, :o charge wv hat-
S.\,iIr-s. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA.


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l URHAM Cigars have
I -3n tried and fire tes-
.d D'Alcmbaete sells
, them.


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GLEANINGS.
'Ili.~.Afz'.ars i' rI.a~tetheir barnes
ill: '.t i,,. in n ar-4i:Jei4-f wealt.ini
ini th.irl4t r Nmus arv tl..ir Swi~i-

The W41 .y.4 1the.'Am..!tL i-IWihirimlnt
ajll' t 1it11.'~ W [,nit lxnha 's tw, di ifl
La ,- NIin .utoi- i iigiteit mrneaure

Th a re M5fjooflncre~s of Wt' t eatti-
Iif..:..i % %~ithin the c,x0ibxliws of tile Yoi-
imiilit,, (.'Iluct ii Gumt vud Sequoia aa-
ti..:a! pu.rls ,of ('alifiruiA.
Tl'w d' lqxth Into 4-f I 'ublin iq CfitI-ijil
t .,-i~lx' a ,' ,X1it v. Rbecrt ly it ha's
tiiSi 1:11iti K:a I it In thje w..r'st of .%,I-i
Hut. low -.
t'.i. 1,I ii.A *S!iTqi the wny 111"11 or
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.~ :'.ain I- 11'kia of ar5'.

.h~t''Ztlz!.'! ti.-io N boa the public

I.:;:iii d.'I.~. it.I~g f scent-, and


i.* i ,-r 'ir'i i x. : ulto o l l inuItr 'ate Awake.' Illn u..l,;t, I. : i t ,I [ :
i!:iy rrlq iiio ti all tih thoil~i ht that can
l A mnian (f p .i .antl.r ;,ii( i :I
I,. ;ivt'u llt hil. .A ll t e l ell and w o Diotu e t to ,:..taote ii :ik;h..
hiavo'e all th'3y o:u n di to properly per- sand ie. Vl.. 1 aNi'ti .: i.r ons i,,
flitli their pliats. If a manager is an i Correct in ani.er., ju. like men.?"
ea-y going lnau. catinlg little for dis- -- 'Ash:gt, ,.Star.
.'ilrline., he soou gets to the end of his Hi Guiding Star.
v.areer. You may be sure there is no Clarissa-Clareuce, you had better
business that Is carried on li a more write your offer for my baud to pa on
businesslike way than is the play- your typewriter.
house, and when the fun Is on in the Clarence-Why, dear, that would be
front those behind the scenes are care- bad form.
fuLUy watching to see that no hitch oc- Clarissa-Yes. Clarence, but it would
curs and that every one is ready to do make pa think you were full of business.
his part at the proper time and does -Chicago Record.
it properly when the time ctuwes."- -
Wazhiugtou Star. Medical 8n set), At(e? tion
HuskLans CoInars. There will be a regular meeting cf
A prophet iudeod las not, onor In hbs the Pensaccla Meditcal Society at
o\' c,,:try'. An gl|lsh utltln the Board of Health offie, at t
wow cL.:nitry. An En.ish gethi.nan o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 24.
who l:i]had go. to l:Init. ing tour. tinding himself in need of iuvit'd to attend.
boI,t.s in order to be.-dile a hlravy hour D. W. MCMILLA X MX. M. D.,
or two.. s'.i'ped1 into a bookstore of Predident
I:us-kin's village i and asked the lady at- E. F. BRUCE, M. D..
tetil:ant if sh hail iany of the thinker's 8(cretary. 25mt
i. ,k s Yt.- ." r:e r p lkb d "' T h e r e .. .
wv..er solo(. but they wVere not often Do youbliev all you rad in the
.v ,.. phper-? Exaggerations in advertis-
a ed r. i t in g may attract pa-sing attention:
HIli. ,,obtain,.l thiI lIok ho de.t!red. but we are not seeking p-'ssiii- at-
I' nask. li her l:it sh.e.t tLsnliht of the tentiin. We're looking" for perma-
;r.':nt c;rtic ndi.l t.achir. lvhr ideas of nent customters. White'.
I ski' ('s p i'r-ii tlity were v' ry vat -
,,.:I. :I I,,i x r:'.;..t <, OW t e '.1.u,,1 : t tl.>t toI. p'o ile No. s North Palafox Street.
nl.-, :t: ;!,':' A dil tiot S4-tIi to trouble
1,,uh 1t,;btt hiun. A.s for herself. she MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
o;.\ l:. w '!!I as *"tlie 1 old ,ethrni:ia MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
v.l .iii y bad a cdkl u L ilar once V-ic< i ultnur. Violin anid 'lano, Ieipsi,
,.i." yysten : also (iuitar. Banjo and Mando;li.


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The Inlfildunl Sitnnln rd.
Ain ill t- %%:MnI-. a .....r Lm


Be
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Sthe The Knd You Hve Ala S P0L'z



DURHAM Cigars are


I.~s. tllnu ~Inltn ii.1 .1'the finest 5 cent smoke.
Try them at D'A~lem-
()ira anev4'r .-tuireberte.'s.
thtappeal tti th~mive wo E POMETIF E
i&aV't!':It '',iiogiey -hould buiy
-worth."' Whitte's. Ring up 3S~2 or call At the ofthop. I
-- INorth Palafox street, when1 in
('all itor State Convention, need of a carpenter. B. 6). Hoff mav,
"2 ra 'at' Pmrsrnn' Cn1. 74141 Btizines;; Asznt of the ('arpenteor's
7" 0.It-lto Jacke.O vrlit-. fon -itr :aniidJoitiirersl Un ion. will fu rn ish 'a. u
IA. .with the de~airudc help on hort no0-
Tbe dpnin( -att ic vp t, y fit !.-s? t I ?. (f ''' i,ir- :;Co. ie5.
.'.'iI :.~Iav Ju~nelio. at L., [ u~loonf.'i h

Ii !i ,at 14 4'-ital t1--imocrat ficia'tili4.'!t:,.. ov, (t)n;&fortable and durable-
IIdATK Z&V-'as4 "(oM 'i4"IV 4,.ViiC: to -

.7"mr' Stnitot,. Attrnv.iay-(i.'n.ral surnmer U.'se. t(" (di at Mars-.
oizIuti~;ornc or~prii fldIAit.i- ;,on k Finch's andlse I e c
ubrur.'. a Itailtouint ( oniituls'.iatior f-or iii'
!rinof yor%.boar Prs-%irisntiai El-t':'one.
HI mli .ar alt.'rniati'. t ~ t,.d tlr it-

11:i-' itrI.r.'ntT colutipq 7in thle tstme WI I
t,-.l irj:*tr-- to thbe coinve'eia io uvon t iw
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Acme Beer.


THE BEST HEEIt -tIO IN
PENSA'COLA.

Dannlieisser Bro-.,
AGENTS.
A': E i 5' M. Fc8 r .: T

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.
Pr,:mpt Dtliv-ry a:i .- : -ftct1io?.
it:uaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,
4,'1 soouthl :..fx s:..
P!,o:.e No. 11'N. P. 4). Box 2"1.
Railroad Exclhan; Ponae 2-3.


FOR STEAM DIVIsION it it, t Ii.. oommuunitv mtita his'n %,.,I i:i e an
eLN.S 10)LA Ii.ECRIC TERMIN A I w hw''. 'ntr:tout.rtoycr -r .rp-rt
1tAIllWAY COMPANY.
Trc~nqln. ay.' Pt'nacola for te1 It PaOFESIONAL CAK-r.s
tNiytoi, 1Pj;nitto Haac.'bWarrington, AV- ------. ----
e,3, m.m 'ar-:l'.'at IFocr, itarrancas 7:1U ,.lu Dr.Ma rce!IU5 (fle(reary.
I a xii. arr,iat Fortlinrranca.s I i.n.:,;
p. '.i. arriv.. at Fort 1arrancam 1::4.5 p iii
9 p. i au ,ait F'ort tinirauiten : '.)I:*1p) a'uifl
.'.ai~rrio. at k crt Bxrrancxse7: Io' p iii PEl ILjau EndLU uz o.
'' p:u.uu lvi '~ I~ 't arrarcas 01.45 p.:vi'
urn lt.ai. i.Fort barrauca~i fr PontiI:c .u.. Io,. 's'm:I
7' A. 17. m r ,At Pen-ac(Ola .. ... 415 fa. iD 0.'. I'A.''. s 1...' 1 oi
ni. arr~- ~.At 1-usneolsa........ 1:i, p. nlat m.. r- .1''i
1:-40 II. -rive #It Pensmeola ......... -_:_5__._
P III &Ar['!v-at 1ina ot .. pxIII
p, ni. ar. zvo- at Veasacola ....7 :1r,0 R.ca C.n; -m
11:4 l. riv.at PC assJOS.a........ V:b; wD .WmC.JE B B Y
*saarrnysonly.
:: :,ktI I.-.t:.l't, I".. .' OFFICE-Hanzah Bros.' Drug Store.
SUNDAY aCHZnrrDZ.


Leave Peansoia. Lv Fort Barraneas.
SFA. u. 1) a. m.
11 A. Fu 12 m.
1 p. m p. m.
Sp m 8 p.m.
1p.m 5p.m.
4 !n 6p m.
5p.m p.mn.
ap.m. Tp.m.
PARK OR WlIK DAYSt.
I'ensaoos to Fort Barrances and return 46e
Penqacola to Navy Yard and return...... Me
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beach and return 16e
FArBr OB MUNDAY
?ensaoola to rt Barraneas Navy
I ard and return ....-e
Pemnsoola so Palmeto Beoh and
return liae
No freight received after 3:Ui p. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola eodge, No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
ing at N at Cas'.le Hall
In Ilutchinoon hall. W'st
Int"ndencia strr-t.
S'i0ting bretbreu cordially
welcomed.
H. JI DF.VI .K.
H. HORSI.tR. C.
K. R.& 8.


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
M.'.'t% tlrst and third F'rtday night In
Pvh 111month. VisitingK sovereigns cordi-
tily it. vtId. -W. W. WAT.sON,
S. R. "THAMr-;. C14rk. C. C.


1FR.IDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree

Win. H. Marean, M. D.,

Homieopatbic Pysiciian a urgnm,
Late of Ocala t'la.,
Offers his professional srvlces '-) tbhe gill-
seas of lPenswaCola.
Espeial attention given to ta.r treatment
of Chronic tisesoew and li-'.ase. of
Women and Chlldrtn.
Thirty Yoer. s'ractice in tb Mouth.
OtDce Hours:-V a. m. to I. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
ReAdenee Phone No. So.
Rernt.Rlount RaldIlnI-RKnom A

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
isu0mic Tmpli. Phom 34.


GRND EASIER BA[!
To be (iiven By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H.,
4)dd F.'llows Hall. Warr.nxtun.

Monday, April 23,1900.

Tickets )50 cents. lIad le-4 Frep. Free
Transportation on Dummy.


E3. IBTERSE
o--PROPRIETOR OF--o

CRONIeS SALOON
--DIEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cipars.
JUG TRADE A SPFlTAT.TY.
Coiner B~lmnont and Devilliers Sta. PENrACOLA, FLA


tCold Weather
Coming. ,,-nd In yu
orders and lit us fill your bin before I
cold snap arrives. We will send you 9
best coal you can procure for lither batkit*
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.


Telephone o. 147.


Tpomps0o9, Osey 9 o.,
lDealers In

Coal and Wood.
Office and Yard: M. E. Corm.er Zarragoes
and Railroad tretM.


JUST OPENED.


to produce a remedy equalif
to the Matchless Mineral' 5 w OUIC I tiV UU lmU aU L
If'ater for the cure of In--
ater for the cre of In--- Everything New and Clean.--
diestion, Dspepsia and The Moit Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal! Served Daily.
all forms of Stomach, Bow- and Short Orders Merved at all hours. Special Weekly Rate9.
el Troubles and Skin Dis- A. E. BATRER & CO., Proprietors,
cases. Guaranteed to cure w I MV aAf r IwTm r WWs ...U


or money refunded.


Cost


only J cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
Fur sle by all dru 4'ists:


,.to 1'. T. Green ," (Co. 30,'
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS.

I.W W. sWILKINSON,

Greenville. Ala.
T sn im.ir ial From Judge (;aston.
Gl E StNVILLE, Ala.. Aug. 1,'. 1x'.V.
I *a.';c gr:,it pleasure in Ce rtifyinig to the
Sirity arnlt Thf[ i .ert m cf ,Wilkinon', Mntch-
;-, r.ral ,Water. Thi natural iminerral
ti.', to, myv p,-rsonal knowlt.dg'e. I- taken
.,,: a wtll thrt'- miles a ast of < .r-,nvihvl .
':.:, # xn t condition in wl iilch i ; i i4 old. I
:av. '.-e:i thi- water used. with wond *.',--'.. for cy eip'pia. itldie-.tion. sore-
Su:,di for eruipiv-p diaeasss. scores and
a: oi iian and anitinal.,. As a ru'nie'dv
,,r ":i-- trouble-. I do not bl:vu it-,
ii: .-. It is highly reconime-. d-d by
p.y-:c.ias for a number of diseases.
Z7IILLGASTO.W,
Ju:2- of Probate Court, Butler County.
V Alabama.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA-O,'.
Special Orders at Any Hour. *
RA'TES:-From 41.1, to $l.5 pe;r Day. ,LODGIG:
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H. H. eLICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. I South Palafox 8treet.
All Kinds oi Plumbing and Ga9 Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


THE DAILY NwB: RITI
EAterSt at tile Post Oth r at rt sacola.
Fla., a& ound-clase matter.


(Orite: Pitt Huildding, -'1, .lout:i Palas-
t street. ap-stairs.
PrIBLIdHEl' BY
THE NILWS PUBLISHING 00.
TerWs-Invariably in Advance.
O Year by Mail. .
Iaa Moatb- *" .*
Three n Months
4re Month *
One Week, by Carrier, Py.vail- M oidlay I"

THE W KK IY N WH.:
Pibipbehd evo-ry Friday at $l.-' per year
Postage fre.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Refes Furnished on Application.






Thi paper o fil e with the
BMIIlK AVEITISIN G CO.,
Nuleftt EIkmldk. St. Paul. Minn.. wber
1 nO Madvertim and others rmay
esame it etd- where esttiates will be given
a*m**pa kr eN"MRAL ADVERTItNG.

FIISAOOLA, APRIL 11. 1900

PRESIDENT M KINLEY Will not
have to hold his ear close to the
ground in order to hear the murmurs
of republican di-content and criti-
cism evei the attitude of his party
In congre-s concerning thl Porto
Rico taratf mea-ure or the Phlipp'ine
war.

HE4E i- tt.e view which the Haiti-
L:.ore uu tak. of the 1 ulitical -itua-
tion:
Hall thi. d.-mno'ra y .1n or "a'ini.,-"t "
in Nove-niter- w ill th.. record .hiw party
tSilur" or ICtC e l he* de- -'rntl l.lt-id rs.
iliust d<-cd, thi- qu--tlion t :i.'r %h% nl-.-
city Conventionu meet-. lhey al.ve an op-
portunity thi- year to elect ad democratic
preit-detit througti t'e*- r,'-tration of d ino-
craticuniity. Will they make thLe nmot of
ttim opportunity or deldiherat,-ly abaudo)n it
ian a aild-goo chaseafte-r silver republican
and populil t \ate.-' !.' thi- result utxt No-
%elatwr ,shows that they are still in t:i "*ai-
not wlaon"" c' tiy will bu a 1ily hthi -rn-
.welvrte to blamnie. A Inm joity of tilli p'.'pl'
are re-auy to uollow" theiirl ad ou a practi-al
lLatf(ril lia,'x-d oin l i i've ul1..
Pledged Ielegalti1n%.
The **warning' that has been sent
out from the pre-s bureau of the na-
tional democratic committee head-
qoaiter-. imperioti-ly demanding
that no delegations should be sent to
the national convention save
those instructed for the reatlirnation
of the Chicago platform, is an as-
tumption of authority by the cotm-
mittee that should be. and doubtless-
will be. vigorously resented by ail
democrat- as an attempt to e-tabli-h
a precedent hitherto unkl;nown to
political organization. aind to wi:ip
into line democratic voters and lead-
ers who are a'ccustoin,'d to form
their own individual jud(:mf-nt. and
to act thereton without d:ctation
from anybody.
The reaJdoptioni o(f t!L C'hica io
platform is an ,pean 4 il --:ioin, to l)e
decided only l y t:he ,ciinventitm
when it a--Iaiiibl-- If a iii i iiy of
the delegatt- believe that ucc--,-
can be be--t attain, d )y thie party ill
the plees-ent cuite-t by gi.nii lan4o-t
pronmitineic, inli the foirhic',liiigiplait-
formn t ho t i:inV liv i--ti- ti .t
have lrtt -'!ta di t!r-in I-lv. -. .1i.id liat
have blee. if i tii i-l,. d t1ay re i';la ic i Ii
blutid,,rint Iit'i'lii etell( ::irt c'i-
iaidity. that w ill ," t: ,- c'ui: ...*
procd iir w l'it I; 0* c*,*.\ ,- i.i,,i: \n i;;
adopt. w itl'."';' r,-'.r,:i' t., t; 'e '1 -
ires or T ,It- ; ii ;..,,l r c' :. -
ulittee to c. iatil l -* t.t Lll.; .f- I
Ito di tat. 1i:- t;i< ':iii.
The- t lt'ft- Ie**'illatiii't: t, ti;. prjr-~-
unt nalioii.il (*"ii llir t! -lP 'if tl,.


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p.lace-' fo'r theil-a laa, ohita.-1I t Il''i-


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a.at'.-:ita Italta! Ita. a-tt1 ii; aa
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ceeding- oftht li- (.41L.-, aI'tll. ihe :a c-
*ion of the sevt aal '-T~t. el'grIail
thle opiuaiealts 4af the IIi'illl Idwial (itlI-
%iates. or the so-u'irv tnt- aof I Ite tietti-
..rat-4 filruiam 1 iecont'u ruftaa-i.'-
that choose -U(.!;- d, Ia"',314 i

An occasional d-",e of PRIaK L V
ArSK Bu-PFIKs Lkee-e'-zthaa-".t i
!lealtliy. wards off diae:%,ae a i.iI tijatia
taintil e eugth iantdi ,nei g'..lFor :Ilef
by Hatnnah Brois.


POlICKE COU1 r.
Atlmer I imndaly WFe-y at for Diw.harging
lire Am e in the City Limits.
There were seven cases before
Mayor Hilliard this morning,. of
which two were discharged and one
continued.
Almer Lindtey, charged with dit-
charaing fire arms in the city limits.
was Slned V.
Rioert Lucky, a-saulting Henry
Carrtoll,withia knile. wnasdischarged.
.- -- . ;-:. .


Returns From the County Pre-
cincts Still Incomplete.


Contest for Sheriff Very Close but
SrumithWins-andrum Elected Just-
ice of the Peace-All (of Maya INIele-
gates in the City Except Two Elected.
Returns from the country pre-
cincts are still incomplete. but
enough is known to say almost pos-
itively who was elected at yester-
d %. primaries.
For representatives to th1 legi-la-
ture it appears that C. Moreno Jones
and J. Emmet Wolfe are elected.
though the vote is close between H.
C. Clopton and Mr. Wolfe.
For sheriff the vote is very close
between Geo. E. Smith and J. C.
Van Pelt, but Smith is thougnt to be
the winner by a small majority.
A. M. McMillan is re-elected cir-
cuit clerk by a safe plurality.
A. H. D'Aieuiberte is re-elected as
tax collector over Judge F. B. Boni-
fay.
W. W. Richards is re-elected a-.
tax assessor.
M. P. Bonifay ;as clerk of the crim-
inal court and Judge Thos. R. Mc-
Cullagh as county judge, had no op-
position.
James R. Landrum was elected
justice of the peace over Judge Roy-
kin Jones by a large majority.
N. B. Cook was re- elected school
-uperintendent.
All the candidates endorsed by the
Mays club as delegates to the county
convention were elected excelp) itn
precinct 15., whereJohn B. Jones and
Thos. Johnson, endorsed by the
Workingmen's Democratic club.
were elected.
The executive comtniittee will
meet at the office (of Judge T. R
McCullagh at (; o'clock to-nmorrow
afternoon to canva-s the vote.
The vote in the city pr.wcin:c:s was
as follow-s:
For Itepresentati\ e.
C. M. Jones---Precinct 12. 4": Ipre-
'inci t 13. I:9!#: precinct 14. 1:1; ; pre-
cinct 15. 16o; total. 571).
J. Emnmett Wolfe-Precinct 12. 164:
precinct 1:4. 12i9; precinct: 14, 7; pre--
cinct 15. 1(16: total. 4sti.
H. C. Clopton-Precinct 12. 122:
precinct 13. s6: precinct 14, 74; ,pre-
(cintct 1,, 113; total. :i).
1'. M. .i itchett-Precinct 12. 7a;
precinct 13, 36; precinct 14. 3:7,; pre -
inct 15. 37: total. 15'8.
Chas. Willialms-Precinct 12. 14:
pr(ei nct 13. 7: precinct 14. : p:rt-'cinIct
15. ;; total. "2.
For Sheriff.
Geo. E. Smith-Precini:t 12. 177:
precinct 1'.. 120; precinct 14. I 7: pr, -
cinct 15. 133; total. 546.
J. C. V'an Plelt-Preciinet 12. lot2:
precinct 13, 7I; precinct 14. 44; pre-
cinct 1"F .', : total, :. 1:.
W. H. Htitchiiion-PrPeiii,,t 12.
l27: precinct 13. 2*'; prerinc t 14. :'>4:
precinct i .'). J7: total. 1#;i.
l-'or ('ari sit ( lerk.
A. MN. M.c.1 ill:a -Prefei-r t 12. 14-;:
pr.ecinct 13. 114: pr c-'inct ;. 7.. : 'prte-
cinct 1-,. l,-;: totalt. 444.
John de Ila Hlia-Pr.tcitict 12. 74:
precinct 1:;. i; preeinjct 14 7,4; ,14 --
vinlet 1-. 77: ota al. .'* ;.
R. E.L. Danieil-Pr-einc: i. 77:
prlf Iiict 1;:. 1 ,: previ:ic: 14. .'-'; taro--
(-ia ct 1i). I7: tot.l. 224.-
lor lax ('olltetor.
liT th'- four city preciict- .\. H.
i'A. -i.!h-rtt, received 52,'4 aid J lude
F. R. Hinifay received ;,,.
l'or Tax Asinei-sor.
In t!- fuur city par'-i i.t- W. \V.
!,iclhard received C;i and (-; '..
ltoe.c rec,-iva.d 2"-.
I'"or S< hool ui, periai.tendent.
In the four city pr"caiin-t N. P.
.'o, k rec-eiv.d 4,:2: C. J. H. ll C -
a 1\.d 2.'> oa ait.l Jame- M1. T.'t,' ia -
' a-ted 2at8.
l'er .*Inti of tlhe PPRo T!. ta ,al voa,' f.,r j -ti'-( af :! ..
a-..a. a li t : ll-tilet w\ ~1.2 for 1..a.,-
l lii ,ai anl 2 for Jaoi! .


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l' Its I l: :,, oni T1 aiy : l.'I.
April 17 ;it a'al.n'k. l i k,-t- f,,.:
itllhlbo ,I '::o\t'vd, r : r, f,,r -:tI. 1>
ill !il inh -rs- o,! tI'! \'-rc'ii ;Ini l at t .;,
M 1 .r an i '.o'.i ;,; ic, "- .' ,: t-.

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Nil.'' S I l lIt loti 'Ni).
J.acolby hlia~ .yI o to tq ii0 pauiil, off
Italian C(he-ttints aid Choice Haz-l-I
nits. which tie Is ,TIe-lilit. to clo-e
out. at 10 co-;itsl pr poumd. 7atf
The nolhbi-st 'print style- in hats
at Wh ite's.


Tonight
Jiut bef oref r*'trrttn. if your liver is
i,'.ic isth. out of ;t,e .an1d you ft-l d.;Il.
bilious, con-tipatcd, take a d,.,-e of

NMnndla PillS


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. present representing the builderF,
Sthe following resolution was adJpteu
An Interesting and Lengthy Meeting unanimously:
Held Last Night. Resolved. That an advance pay-
-.- & I iW 1.1 L .1- # # .. .


The regular monthly meeting of met o D$1,00 be maue to the .on-
Sverse Bridge Co., without any ac-
the county commissioners was held cpptance of the bridge across Bayou
last night with Chairman Cody pie- Chico. the acceptance of said bridge
siding and the full board in at- to be left open and settled at some
tendance. future time. whenever the board of
The minutes of the March meeting county commissioners is satisfied
were read and approved, that the bridge has sufficient fouud-
Capt. C. B. Parkhill and Sergt. ation for the permanent use of any
John Massey of the Chipley Light and all public travel.
Infantry appeared before tne board The board also adopted the follow-
and stated that the room in which ing:
they held their business meetings The board of county commission-
was too small for them and asked ers most respectfully call the atten-
t that they be granted the use of the tion of the city authorities of Pensa-
grand jury room. The matter was cola to the deplorable condition of
taken under advisement. the streets leading to Bayou Chi'o
The finance committee did not bridge, and ask that the said streets
make its usual monthly report, be- be opened up and put in good condi-
- cause the bills presented were most tion.
S of them in bad shape, uot being ac- The board then took up a number
companies by the order given for of bills left over from yesterday's
* the purchase, as required by resolu- meeting, and acted upon them as
tion of the board. Chairman John- follows: Passed-G. W. Burrow,
son of the finance committee stated Bremner, J. P., Boykin Jones, B. R.
F that they would take up the bills Pitt Mill Co. and Wm. Johnson &
this morning and audit them, but Son. Referred to clerk-C. H. Tur-
that some of them should be sent: ner and J. M. Coe. The bill of H. S.
back to have the order attached or White for tax receipts was passed,
for approval by the one making the but, it was moved and carried that
purchase. no bills for similar work be audited
Scott M. Loftin, representing H. by the board unless the same wis
Heinberg, trustee of Bankrupt ordered by some member of the
Hauteman, stated that just before board.
being adjudged a bankrupt, Mr. Committee composed of Messrs.
Hauteman, without consideration, Sunday and Lewey appeared before
had by consent of the board. trans- the board and stated that colored
ferred his license to sell liquor to citizenQ had arranged for an address
Frank Beovich; that the trustee by Prof. Booker T. Washington of
wished this license re-transferred to Tuskegee, Ala., on the 17th of May.
him. to be disposed of as one of the to which the white people would be
as-ets of the said bankrupt. Mr. invited, and asked the use of the
Loftin was informed that the clerk armory therefore. The request was
would look into the records and that granted, provided the conimitt.e+
if it be found that Mr. Be-ovich had ticured thie "on-ent of Maj )r Cary.
advertised. as required by law. the as not conflicting with the u-e of the
matter had gone beyond the board'? room by the military.
control unless Mr. Beovich consented The request of the Chipley Light
to the re-transfer. Infantry for the u-e of the grand jury
The bond of George P. Wentworth room wat grated, provided such
as notary public was approved. use -hotul.t not conflict witti it. us-
The county physician's monthly by t!.e grand jury when in -esioni.
report was filed. On motion l31s.-r. Johnson anli
Chairman Cody read a cominuni- Welsh wer. appointed a committ-e
cation to City Attorney Fi-her from to confter with the harbor coin inl-
rtate Health Otlicer Jo,. Y. Porter stating that the board of health sel for the harbor police.
would meet at Pensacola about the The board t .en adjourned.
middle of this month to co-tide-r the
que-tlon of paying tile county of Habitual con-tipation is thi, door
Escambia and city of Pensacli for thirouIg;h which imany of th- -e -rioii
tlhe Santa Rosa quarantine pl:tit. ills of the body aie admitted. The
The contract between the city and occasional uiie of PRI 'KIY ASH 1i'r-
St. Anthony hospital for three" beds TER. will remiiov' and cure ttiis di.-
for $750 a year, half of wilich the tressing coniditi-'u. Sold by Hianna;hi
county had agreed to pay. was ap- Bros.
proved with the proviso that in the
event of an excess number of day' The Cel. rated Singer.
-ervice during the year. each parry.
either city or county, should pay for J. 31. Clutter's Music House ha-
its own excess. This provi-o was secured the agency for the Wonder-
a:dopted on the motion of Coniiis- ful SinLer Piano. They have ju-t
-ioner Welsh, seconded by Commis- received a shipment of these piano,-
-ioner Johnson, and the clerk was from the factory, and are the finest
in-tructed to so notify the mayor. Instruments ever put on the market
Major R. M. Cary. in ommald of at the prices they will be sold at;
th- third battalion, Florida .tate these prices rlnge from $251( to $373.
troops, requested ttiat in future all They arc all in double veneered
requests for use of the armory be re- cases. extra hand-ome polish. Each
ferred to him so that regular drills is warranted for five years and are
of the companies be not interferred constructed of the very be5t mate-
with. The request was granted and rial.
it was ordered that hereafter all Please call in and see then if you
.uch applications, if approved, be are anticipating buying a piano in
referred to Maj Cary. the near future, for they are certain-
A petition for a road in the vicinity lv beau:ie~. As this is the initial
of Van Pelt's store wa:. referr, t,,o shipment. we will make extra special
'nmis-ioner Pursell. ind(eti e-nits to the bauyiers of thi-
T'ile oath of ofttice of C. H. 1H irtz,- fir-t -hilpnmnt.
a- d g'ua.rd at the convict canlip w- J.' "M. 1 SI ii- RS M'.'1'. Hl -:.
fil. u 112 and 114 S. l'ialaafx St.
tt.-l:itive to notice c'liit to(i :v r\' :,- r
BlH xlhaln that tuieti- oii the b ),lid 1 a i:h a hir busii---: anIl
of certain county it<.ll I l- ; d!: died. : i i- di. w.,a,d-i. \\W y !t.!, ii t we.
letter frin (o.'eroii, : Bloxha'i : to 1 :, i- i, ':i p irticul.r niy-.t-ry a.:bout
C(letk McMilla: was re:id .Wati-a i r -:, --. e alway !Ia.i thl
tht th, county c.;in:,ii-- i,..o r :,- .- o i-. tr! i-I t -..rvi ,- ; ind
-! t;:d state w whether ,, to it i. >tU,', r.'. I1 t -. a..l i,- ." I *1w iav'-
dtieathz the -aid boii'l I i .- 1.; t l1 1 1 ;l i l. i .-t ZI'at-
iinp.aired. It wa; shown ty tt.' uii ii .ir fI'fali i' "lii'i .,il to a 11 i.,ti:i.
utt.- thit the board h dl ; :ilrfed t -.
and the' cler .k w' a iii-'r 'tt! t 1 }'.-, v f.1 l;a.'u l'i c'. it .;.;: n-. ;i
iiltorlni ( ,virrnor Hlx. ii:. \\': : -.
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ta': hialrd woullt polI ; ,;Iit W :; t!
*t;.'.y w.ia.t.'d ( aoni" ti inl-lilra It.'.t-;l--
i:., t!;, wori;. It was finally d '--
**;di.tl to 't:ik.' t til un-l tt r i,' : :iI.a i ,at
'.lz a i ii t ie 1 li.ect ii at 1i1 a'c 1 ck
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*"It 1;1' ni d from I 'I,-I l;ti 'a'i.-
atalla" al.a-*. to thle (riI'talii alac' i l-l
a,ort' t ilild it w'i- oird,-red ti.hat it ht e
I-cla.i1ed a public r.aad.
'Chairiman col 'y r-p r:ed that oldd
copper from pilini of thle -old Ha iyou
Chico bridge had b#-ni -,)id for
$: !) and it was ordered that it be
placed to the credit of the contingent
fund.
After di-cussion of various b.ll-
and general road matters the board
actjourned until 11 o'clock this morn-
ing.
This Morning's Sespsion.
The board met at II o'clock. all the
members beinir present. and took up
the report of the committee on the
BHyu Chico bridge. After con-id-
t-rable debate of different proposi-


U Fl \ I iiikdana .iU i :j it.~' L


SOur 20th Year at

0I680! Present Location*. 1


-4THE


-=OFFERS--O(







* FOR EASTER. *


Shirt Waists.


Embroidered Wh ite Wai-ts, 7.'w.
$1.iU, $1.25 to $2.5o.
Misses' Waists,.4.5c to $1.,".
Colored Waists, 45c to e)vc.
Silk Waists for $3.9;.

Skirts.
White Pique. Embroidered. $4.
White Duck, 75e to $;.5P,.
tiellptea Applicued. in New Co7l-
ors. $'2.x5 to 1..5o).
Black Hrilliantit-. Box Pleat-
ed. $4.14,.
Novelty Gaooa. illn lack, $:..:t.


Millinery.
We are Shtowini a Nice Line ,of
1Pattrni Hat- at Low Price-.
Bunchi \'iolt-. Roses. I)ai-.-y-
aiid F'ar ,t-;iif--Zn ts at 1''.' .
Burtch
L:ate~t S.-- 'l- illn Sailor-i at -.
7'rl anl 'i.oii i,
Hats Trimmled on Short Notic.'.


French Caps.
Our Sping Line N..w
tion.
Lawn flat- a:iid1; :
Children.

Clothing.
Fine Tailorm'ide S:it-
at $10 .l0 to I'I a1
Youths' Stlit-. loan. t ,
$7 .-i to $1la.aw
Fie Pant-. t .


Straw Hats.
Sp1 ial l :. < :*-
>' >f all- I. Ih.:a -

Shirts.

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ri tI' W a'i t- f. r 1.
w without I'li air-. _.


Il


New Illea Patterns


10 cents each,

A. A*. 9 1- JAILA. 0..


2206 1.4011 ~ : ;
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[NEW GOODS-


Displayed on Our Counters ac \W



Utilliani 0oblso1 & 1on.



J. M. RTTTALIARD & CO.,
-Manulitifacturer- and I)a-:a r- ,-I

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons11. ;l.d Iri-,

^Repairing Attended to Promptly. :
SFAST 'r ;.\I:!1)EN ST. : : : : : '1l:NS.\ i *


LENTEN SPECIALTIES




SO.. GAHN & CO'S.


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'BUT-Y THE BEST.


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Our Ice Cream Freezers': -


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SI0[XTAiN


|IINT TONIC


F %v,-ryl,,AI *v IIP? a tr:ic t:. --
lz.' ril.im days to driv'- :,way thi:t
tir, t f-'elinl. Mountain Mint To,;i.-
doa. tI!i-. It invi'orate- and puri--
fiec tl;- blod. It cajr.-, th-e wari-t
casep- of Iladiit-stioin. It cures per-
manently all stoniiich tir-iiblo-. It
uniake'- tihe sick well : the wo-ik
strong:l am(i it vivt. ol- whl i- all
run (dwni a tnov' '-'a-'e ei life aiind a
healthy appeti-. M.ourituii Miint:
Tonic has b-en trieui by hundrd-d tf
people in l)Pen'acol. -V-r',yo't- of
whom heartily r.-cmmll nd- it a- the
be-t tonic the-y eve-r u-a i. It d,(,-
more than we pcl iiwi foir it. Oin,. d(l-
lar per bottle. -ix bottles for five dl-
lar,. Trr it. It is mand- a ii n at-a-


L~ I .. :' hi.~ft~l 'iifar ,r'ai?. 4ka.


-B.,


GERSON,:-


107 South Palafox.

_" c-tit-, will p 'II f,,r i. S LturI.avy ine f urnttr i
edition of the J .- k-,ifvi Metrop .I-
ii.. a larzn o .r 12 ;a:.,- ;a:per .. ft ly: */le .. i /u'i/I /
,,now until N<,v. II't!,. .y r,. Lil only, roc'1er', at ery r"
and $2., i will ptav for th Daily price. Their /i '
Jack-onville Metropoi- fr. ri now .plete. Don't l iii,
until Nov. lt!.. for ca-!. inl advance i firn mitse n/ / ,
only. The ohj'-ct (af ti-i unparal- .el,, Afarston
lulled otf,-r i- tea give. trIe people" of stock.
Florida a chance to keep poted on *


the news of the comingi political
campaign at extrne. y low e,-t. yandl
als-o to Iitake tht- t h-t'-r t ;If'a'aIir'l llf
with th- leadingir fr-.e- *-iver anrl
Bryan nt-w-pap-er inl t! e tmart. It-


+ BIG STORE -


The best 6 cent C;-'1
on the market is tr.e
DURHAM. Try then a:


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900. 5


111 NEWS IOTES
f Itar,' p~aenavona lEtnd "sstw
n,'"t ar.,i 7 TV .?.1


"t j~; *~ -* i-v ~lat :

*'~-I- at It'ip Mtarc.Atit'.


A MARINE WONDiiL SLAIAHEO WITH A RAZOR. HOLY WEEK.
A Novel Invention Which Enables EvaColeman Assaults Eele Stanly- Program of Services at St. Michael's
Heni y Urch to Walk on the Water Family Trouble. Cathlic Church.
Considerable interest is being man- Eva Coleman's husband having Holy week services at St. Michael's
ifested in the East End by the ap- frequently visited the home of Essie church will be as follows:
Wednesday. Tenebrar, 6 p. in.
pearance of a neatly constructed Stanly, contrary to his wife's wishes. Holy Thursday, Mass, ',. am.: E-*vening
bicycle boat, which is completed she went last night to the home of oyc'C nnion7willbepdminiterdat
and nearly ready for i.t flrst trial. Essie Stanley. accompanied by her ana mi. (ood Friday; Mas of the Pre-
I ,anctifi d. a. ni.; singing of the pas.ion.
The inventor of thi- curious water husband to piove by E.'sie that her "Holy Way or the Cross,"3 p. ni.; Evening
craft is Mr. Henry Irch. who re- husband had been visiting there. Devotions. 7:A:Pp. m.
Holy saturday. ceremonies will begin at
sides at f614 East Belmont street. He They had some words at the front 7:Aa.i.:contfesion at "2 m. A B-ne-
door and Eva Coleman drew a razor dictinp father will assist in hearing coeune-
i a carpenter b.y trade and has been and slashed Essie Stanly across the sloas Easter Baturdav.
in the employ of Clha-. Turner for I arm. inflicting a painful but not se- J.P.. MCCAFFRT\. .'stor.
t!he pa-t few motit! and. we might rious wound. If troubled with rheumatism, give
A I 1- t Lfew. I-o-)_,1_ a _d. we-_ mig i,-- o r ,,|al.V p n i .was rr tst od and a .n


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


add alo. that he i.. a member 0o fte ... W. ...t. o. Chamberlaini's Pain Balm a trial. It
S *f Far. Alla..,j Carpenter, ar.dt Janer* e iOr t-f peered bu fore the mayor this morn- will not cost you a cent if it does no
.. .: ,- Mrc.a.. !A. petn;hi r" city. 'in. but oher cae wao continued on good. One application will relieve
The boat or marine bicycle, a account of lack of wite ses. the pain. It also cures sprains and
SClothing that is tailored honestly bruises in oli-third the time re-
a i. ho-r'y if F!,:dl I- an>n" i- called. is comped of two floats, an thoroughly at White's. quired by any other treatment.
,.. :-.- -:-.-rtd at :.- M-r- 19 feet long, Gx7 inches in the cen- Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsey,
ter. which taper towards the ends. BLI.S IS THE MAN. pains in the side and chest, glandu-
SDwr f New lk was These two floats, which are air ar and other swellings are quickly
E. D-warval- N-w Y i wan tiThese two floats, which are airet Chas. H. Bliss is the man who ad- cured by applying it. Every bottle
xfnithe-arrival- at t'.e N.f-rro.ant- tight, are placed about four feet :
-i' anni ,' apartt and are held teorether by light vertises Pensacola. He does it right warranted. Price, 25 and 50 cts.
wood fastenings. Upon this is and deserves your support. For sale by Hannah Bros. and all
ountyvComr -n',t nr r rank .1 i- mounted a frame something like an medicine dealers.
:. and 4'.n '4 Pine I..rren ar- ..rdinary bicycle frame, with seat, We make a special business, of
hiding thte cay 1.r,. handlebars and pedals. 'ellitg clothing that Is durable, well FACIAL MASSAG(;E.
'I ,,-re will to, hn niil, r' .: ".... :- Ant upright shaft just in front of made, and perfect fitting; it's hu-i- wrinkles can be wiped out. WVrin-
r. i,! (. 'k ui,.f at ,c. the handlebarslupports a horizontal ness from the start with us, and wekies can be prevented. Cheeks can
-.. o: K 1'.,.,l. btr, on which canbeospreadacanvas reach out to buy carefully and sell a be plu pee one. A ethis, an
_A .btr onwhichcanbpseadacanvas, be plumpened out. All this, and
to protect the rider fromin the sun. low; the result is we display our more can be done b maae
T.... ..k 'kttl. F.ur The propeller is connected with a pick of the best, and you find your Ladies, call on Miss Keeler at
,- 1 Mul-r arriv-d tti- horizontal shaft, which is operated choice agreeably easy when you get Bowers & Kruss Millinery, on
.-..;-. .by uing tie nedal. ready to purchase. The man who Tuesday; after that date at 112 Vest
C.. -. (" .th r:Iurnd t)i-, The rudder is ctuine('ted to the walks out of our store with a re IW regory. 2aplw
.:.a.. .:,. 1a ,-a-,:t ,,';t t on liatidl bar- by)v a ,-trong w ire. and it business suit on his back is ready gor
-,. .k s.ivia. ,' b hr,.ti tl i l aid can fe hl andled wi:lth ea by for business indeed; lie iook- ,it, fir
; t- ,.: .- i,- i. ,(k,.rl any child (if ten years. we fit perfectly; he feels it, for t,-
.. ..r. Mr. rc does no caiin tat this enjoy the sati-f:action that he ha-l i r .
iaat i- th,- fir-t e-ver placed before paid the right price; his frtit-nd- alnd
I. i .':; i- r-l.. inr r r- it : ,. public l)but dot s cltinli several neighlbo)r know it, for he ha4 shown
S i- io;i ,- rtv l: in i'rv n-ntsov any, f the others. his ootl jud glnieit by d alink with (Confectionery in li, 211 and ":-pocent
.. ,' f r l.a:tid:tir A M>-yvr :f Thi rir-t I1 itrnt- bicycle was placed an iii-titutiou wi,,r- raliaibility i- a boxb s. Try them. All dealers sell
l, ar','-;,.;-" .ip.- lo-f,j:,r the public several ye r- ;Zao watchword. WVhite-. them.
S ;I.. t;le cliothier. by a br other ,f Mr. I ren--.M1 j -r
:.u.,L,. whila- returnit:: lI.vil I r .' of Parts.. it!h. N. I .
of r ..
.. -... ...,i,..w;.lk..,, Air..,,;. ,R, H i Ai. '""1i"I ALLA & C O.

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  • S* -t v ls i ah>..- t .;iil-- -, ith -:t-t of t!.,
    i ;' i ,! '. :.dverr'-, N ew w 'I :" o-:Ire c'' -t. so nll of t!: -
    l-,- .t of H .d n, r. to, ; ;n ;ointd t a
    : aincton i.-xt l.'. ...k *..... whi haSl Special Easter Offerings
    othriutwihg- A il t!: t !' w;:. r. 0)'i ,i ;, i fti
    '-' l.tt. r carri-r- are t '' I,* a iil aat the following reduced prices.--
    :i. tI,' ln,, the !#-.iw i~le oi f thta- h:l vitlir -ver\'- atIp .ir.a c i- a ,, w a!kji.
    a.. d-;,.rtin- ., to r.:rl-'tr rapidly Iv.r t1- !- e >vv -, -. Gra-at
    Xy..ur owi J .; l :- lett-r int. r.-t w,- n ;afe-ted by all d11 r'P* ,- p InyT
    -: !,.I- i r,-adlit. unot to de- board at t:.i t- ran'ie 1et'ill witt WFaL n uc l, ,uuY
    thi- (:irri. r ;t tiiit-ait. H.- will l nav l ,a 1 .l 1c of Inavtl:'a oil. tNo V, ..u dtr.-t at,-ntiaNn to our lineof Ral- ltnta" 2.,i- (lo\es reriec-d o $ ;,.
    is r,.c,-i,.t l' hi,- na i;. -iiid ad- ti.aI, T ,- atill, I ,)a) l. no ,.ar r S'" sitwo-,. l. ta- l.r tiqck a i'q lai-. ('ir .ild Blair il .aii'olorei Guioas. .-eiua.-.d to 1 *.:.
    f -- -e td-r ina -t Ie l I gtI)lY paddle- i, n-r d(id the aid of a gl a-ln-tfa ch-ed Plai Ta-. watit ri ig-d f- t r o.r uaraI ted S o .
    n I mu:l";-.,',"d, q'Ord -l^d1 ,. l'4a l 'l l'nt.- Tryilllnof ^f1,i I 1' Srtn.,n.Tua,-ante,.d.T..io\.a.
    : t 'ii oly lt-" t arow a;l V li:t 0,-'n the -ti object. lThe Filii End enil T.", Tas. l tri ng Tes Etc. W-* cull e.pecial attelilion to ,nar Milk
    o- i t- t.i r it-l' e tarc-l- -, ',- y mi n;-; -nooth in- Taffeta (loves, an excelleuta lovt for uini-
    .-t be- -,i to tI p,,-;.- tth i I*- a -da wla-lit t!.a :;:toinii wa- fir-t D ia h iner w-ar.
    ,,f,.r.-. ti-ciovt-red it wa- vi-iul-, oily wn n u P Uia ii n r
    Mu *llea l 'e le..A tte.nlion, t r #a- tI th, t,,p f o a :' l-ticeedill n e t,.. N w,.,.t ,and1 M 4.Ht p-t-Iry anat. U Cr ar.
    wa:tV JV. pa- -ed it about lanD etl th stclk; i -f Parapol w v,.r sho n i L ti- (:t.. L adres" Hosiery. in plain, open work atdt
    I J. M. ('lhit!. Mu-ic 1,,u-i- t- f aiiltti o ota t:e leeI ward, the lone fancy effcts. froi li to e .o-r a
    :Vi.'L daily inew piano- andl ta,-e ,,vi -ato>r, waI. !,,= at while ,lir Cranh nhl ',iidre. Hoaiery from lh -to.'eoc.
    ek at pr*-s-nt ta full amid ( ,I- ermm rturun,1d h llC Give our .-<* Grade of Ladies' and I hil-
    :..- llt of splr. -it a tfhu iota- ('a ;h- rdren's Howiery a trial; they are the he-t
    d ia f all I .Ladi-' Men'- awl C'liildrten's In aill qualil- value for lih e money to be found anywhere.
    Sd ia i- O (if t.- (day. Thi fa- e \V e ni.toi d tio W itc t with ill t '*. W I- hav- in -rock a few lI-ft ot our Ladies' Vests., w have from loc to tl.iA .
    Kra it'n An I Je l. thi ct -lre tore. t th*t rtir ,, --- of *:!t< animn ated t -lw kll <-d 1 tP HaId the world rel -lent \lue. witIe they last atvI .1; itls. l ve t, :.c value, for 4a:. they cannutt
    i.e 1,'d r oldn re ia '- Upon -i e can until It aded .-an,..h ato-- Roll I i lab.rel.la .It .i'. h.beat.
    Ied Crtwi. the old reliable entirely from view in ti-e di-talice.'
    Sl a:tid S iith A- Barne-s plianl- Anyi'on wi-ling to -- tin-. (,rio-
    :,il 1 o ur floors. izvin.r purcha-- it inope,,ration can b- at Palafox BL:..CK GOODS.
    t* o t id;itiz purchas~ers all ex- ,whairf Thur-dav at i o,'il ck p. in..,
    :-!ail opportunityy to sePlect pia- w!., Mr. U'rIEh rc:e.'a---every- Exceptional valu-s will b-oltfered in our Line of Black Goods thf-
    : a'.1 n th. (*ti- ;p-t k, .wn relii- tittlni" fv.* raIt o l givUe it a1 trial. Coiaiini \VW eek. In this Departinitit we have the Finest Fabrics ever
    n rtoi tt.- ;,-t f.i ,o-i- -i' it.r i, ', t at'w i t at t a ow'a in this city, iicludi:u the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de China'
    i 1) ii- ;itv!it\" t Io rIl.- : ,+- '. 1 rct li tr mia- Taiiii-c and Nuinl \l iling iTi all grades. In the Cotton, W ool, Silk andi
    .it, .i tr :* t, ;i>..\ w.e t: i, ,t" Sa ,ir- l.tii aa-r of --,i:lv itn-,.ld lt-lLa-- t', wad' :,- a.d. ra fr- di-- and dirabtility, anid tihe proper fabric for the )present mode. W e aIl-o h: ate
    t i.i : -o: ..f t '. i .- hli,'- f,,r tohe ',',-- i t.* ,cc.- t the a i .araIi- Line f of St.iples aidl Fancies in Black Goods and at the Riglht
    ... r : t,- f w ;, i i vit.it,,'ll,- tm :;i : ill:" ,t!f,. P rica--.
    S !. .11. .': u..*-- .'L -tv- f.-.,w try S. LI N EN S.


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    NEW ARRIVALS!


    O LUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


    Apparel.


    A generous assortment, large variety


    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


    city of well known brands.


    Among them the famous


    "G(riffi& /,lrld," famous for fit, st\le and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or customer can denrv.


    This fact no


    You may form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
    Shirt Waist Window, .nd they arc cheaper than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si-:i.- C -XIAl AND
    TIIHI-F -IBV INCiA'-I THI: EUSIN SS."


    New
    Arrivals:


    ICES H(D EB lODRIE S! ArrilNew
    LWlE MU 9 fNl0HlUOIlBi.! Arrivals'


    Our C,:.t:r Tablf-- i.::- ,:-'.ini belnath a iroodly share of th,. Newe-t
    T:.i:iJn- in Laces and Einbroideries.
    Swi-s Ed-i:iL- .: I:i-'ertion. Hamburg Edging and In.;ertion,
    \'.lei.cia .Lace and Insertions.
    1M.-i :':Te T.,rrh oiu Edging and Insertion,


    (;. t'tti.at: 'Fr K *a;~ f.l..IitLL.


    Aplique Lace and Insertion.


    P :r.1t J',- Sprvet, Ori.enit:il and Plat Val. Laee.'.
    . Ite::.:.,i::- H1.I :.J : Ed .:ing. six yard h .:t!:-. wort.l 7T ,. ; at o15 c.


    Sweeping Sale of fioMuslin underwear! *
    One Lot C(hild'- DrawerQ. h)m:nel ati.d tucked. -i.z, 1I and '2, at... liJc pair
    Siz <- 3. ;. 1 and *;. only .................... ................... 15cic pair
    <()i, Lot Child'- Trmmnd Drawer at Cost Mark.
    ). I,,)t (Child's Trinmied Gownz at Co-t Mark.
    in; t Lt Cru ild' Trimnied Skirtts at Co-t Mark.
    One L.t M;s-e' Trimmind GO'wnII at (',-t M.ark.
    One Lot L-dtie-' Trim:nedl (Chenmie., worth :-e;. f-or.................w0c each
    On- I,: Ladie'" Trinnied i ambric ( hemni-., wort!, 7' f,,or.......4'e each
    ,ne Lot Odds and Endsz-
    In L.die--' Sk.:- a':d (Gwn.- :, ('1 i- at ('*-"t Mark Price.


    Invecf/gcfe the Corvcrt,'h'e term Con r-cts
    j/


    Old PFnn


    Mnutua!liTfe Trw.. Co.


    DAVID E '. \- -, ,- ,.,


    I'..r o,. \v.- k only t, iitrodu(e and bring tlbfore the public our Stck
    of D ,a ii -k-. 'Towal-. RI{n:ti--s.alince Drr-essr Scarfs, Sideboard Scarfs, C'er:,.
    Pi; .i LI i.i -. Wt. will ofT.,Ir a Special D)iscount of lI",,.


    T i. ,:', ',;.


    R. HALLIDAY & CO.,
    :'i and 3-5 Palafox Street.


    KREUGER & KUGELAMAN,
    *XWS0)%ESALE GORCERS,-*
    A N EN Ii R6FT.Y Ii A )ND NEW".STOCK OF IFANCY
    -1(1(, E Nll~. 1E:4 C A NN El)(;(u)f S A NID Pl [AI A' I s.S
    3rxr y C:Oxxu ur C>-c1IC-32. I' ic~c cc F'13PcL1x
    Warelaoai-e. Ci r. 1'arrzig.'ria anid CI~urch S~rtn-,
    Telephone 151.


    THE


    FORBES


    STORE.


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    F V I F N; 11U 1 HH N-EE < ATTI-:RN- R THS OST
    t < I .- : .. .'- ;. ,1, \ : It ( .- 1 l1 C ( .. :t l F it i- \VW iI ., t ., 1l l" -t, -
    I A ,* ,:, I ( ::. ** l- ;: *- i ,,,.. ,, h,.,t w e :tr ,. -',:, _-. .t .
    Th- Celebraited Trojan"- W aisto. : .. ,, ''* "" .-
    i M .,- i V ;: 1 :1d l ,,r---!'r -.,- : a-I.1 $**. "-l. lTD d t-


    " A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.
    c -c jL i2S2SE S2525'525 ^s25E55Ess2525232525 2252525Ei
    -u4 011 III I" l ,illle 44 53;*l 41 le f;II. r t.ic EIa('Ii v-
    TilE-

    Just Received!

    0i Linen (Hemstitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
    I ---.*-Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.* .-


    Itepritrf-1i), Driy(fir Thae N'%el tO.
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    I'.p -iin P p,';ap-riliiint W\ iaf i :Ii,! ,:-
    , -ti In. A-k your d alr lr t.L ,..
    I; i BI, hr '. a:ir ai-7 nt- flir [it -
    W e-' C'],rich ('CiI',. lt; .rrl "ta IH*
    #*(ly and WVitcli H" v-1 Salv /. V ''l t-v
    u;trn.lltee all thr-ee of t ltese prepar:;-
    tionli anad will ci.eetifully refund the
    moiin-yt to aV ly ol whi u.- thlten
    withutit heing benefited. Price 5',
    'ett- eac h.
    So me folk-' pretelicufs to always
    undersell the world are rather tire-
    SwIni-. No one llia- monopoly of
    brains and money. It will be a sor-
    ry day for thi- town when competi-
    'ion ceases. White's.


    LEVI II CO., Soe Agents.

    Old Quaker, Hunte'r :.'nd I: .ole Rye W hiskeys.
    :;:)-Chcstcrfield o'-.bon Whislkey -(>:-


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


    Save Your Money.
    One box of Tutt's Pills will save
    many dollars in doctors' bil!s
    They willsurely cure all diseases
    ot the stomach, liver or bowc.-:,.
    No Reckless Assertion,
    For sick headache, dyspepsia,
    malaria, constipation and bilio-
    usness. a million people endorse
    TUTTS Liver PILLS


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    SCRAPS OF SCIENCE.
    In the exp-rzin.--_t-s nLith have I ..'....
    ('arrit-ol o .; S ,a KtuihAfrica with th.- MIjr-
    cons Pj 574-i ia ieit l-hs ttelegraphy it was
    round that (auut3LUIadlilg load nio effect 4'U
    the plysteri.
    The smcll II f riire prussic acid is al-
    ways fatal, the dis~coverer of the Elo
    himself hav-ing tle.-n instantly kil,'ed by
    to whiff of it. It kills the instant it en-
    ters the lungs as ra,. Pure tirusbic al-id
    in Dever sodd or haudledl.
    From mlicroskcu[Ejil olbservatiuns it has
    been computed that the akiu as perf.o-
    rated with l.owkou Loclea in a square inch.
    if the vtbok- umrfaee of the human body
    tie estimated at 14; Square feet. it must
    CIOntain tif*E-her t;AU 2-3,04.OtiU 0-es.
    lule. f.6 UP-nt.
    All th.' f iit'iful Whod have voin-
    pleted th. r twenly-ftr-t year uziu
    who have wit hi, gun th.-ir -ixtm.-thi
    yooar. atid t~onre ttin -o i 4en~llopolf .. I
    thoooobligati. Efl44 f a'.-' tr by siek :iie--'
    hardt work r EithE..r w- 11. kw-wni rai-
    t$ons, ire -~hh!zt d !o f.l-t 4,1i all the
    datra of 1,# :t. *-e.pt oU~.% !..
    On ttiose da b ut ontE- full nin-al i.;
    allowed. which 'i ail.o, bI-_- taktti
    bilfore noon.
    or thu) ('tE.i,.,lat-. ;,lid :1 -111 ill paecc
    .Ef bread lot it 'i~atk-r. t.E toe tako- imi
    the : Efil. Eind inI t!;.*- eii4~
    eloli-.taion. t1A .X(.-X-1111i4 till- flomt'lt
    11a t of 3nI t .lai jarvii~. il*Wi.
    At thli..c 4Lj'i '~..e
    tnitlIk, eirg= :tI;all I 1,1t:- o' if,:


    tmkpln at 6111 i '1'TlT! l. :
    take t!le v1it.,'a:1 L a
    3nd the dii:;.~- t, m H- Eli.

    nd IFriday- -TE !,L.E4: .'i E4o~nthf- .,it-
    t.rday of Eajii, r .'~e. Ik ..imd 011Holy
    raattardar.
    The ulV -e f ljcd i :tli.lwel in coo-,k-
    Fi.'h arid ':-iti -I.r- not allowed at
    the ttanite izil-a 1. t-"i (till Sinday!1.
    F,"~--. c ih-e-'. Tli: Ik aitatd ttatt.-r tay
    he uw-d ev.r ~d..v. but mbhatinence
    from at!ilt Vt-4- I- irecoi:nntiended on
    0hwod F -i d -av.
    PeigOni pD I1"t.from the obli-
    Wation of 1ss~i-.e a.t. n.-t holund b,'
    tha re~trict;'ai E:ltit-iziaietmteabut
    once a day ot the daty- in which thoo
    uste of ineat : ;.l at' y di-j'.n-
    itation.
    Child~ e,: 'v r -'-v,' it -+:irQ o'f aze
    are boutid hyit..- Ltww(if a b-tiznenLe.
    t301e4p txe u-ed by qyx*-' r other
    The paschal titne. ini wh ic-h-all
    Catholics W1140Ihave. Comn- toEthe
    years -if d;.e-rt-tion a4re boittd to) re-
    ceive holeir r-imnminniaoi:worthily, ex-
    tends froin t lie tir.~t $urm'1:i1 uf'Lent
    till Trinhity rinday. izielu-il-e. ('hi ml-
    dren 'over --' ta years Eif Hao re i-
    bound by t ie*-;'roct p- of' iinzu.il coonf-
    fe-u,.ion. PdatE 'r-' mtidpairptit-i -h- h. 1
    see that the children colnl"l k 1:11
    this duty.
    T['e lholy *- -n i .f L.-u.: i- .
    of prayrer. ,Ii-, -,,,A- :,,! -;rit. t-'-Iiu-
    ..io f roni I, #- ali t it- i i i -4-
    tnoputA. and-ial l.I. .' i ; 1-.:i vi :i4'
    bishop- Eof th" ~I stated !,)T-a#- o*i.ti
    y'earis. dittiitz ft 'in a. h 1.". 1-.41-
    ;working p..i'1'b.-.wile im..iiot a-ilv
    obiserve the C''i11in-on i1:w '"tIt
    church. lirE' Eu. p-'i-E4(froAm T&l-it-


    Mobile, A'a.Ft-brunary 1l;.lt'.
    A bteattiful and-tne~ u '
    C5 ce n t- ?,riu *1 'I ;:~ A: .N\1.t '-.l


    REPORTED BACK TO HOUSE.
    Committ" fe Ke'nmendl4 .Aveeptance of
    SSenate Put-rto !Uiiau.Bill.
    WA.kZIJT%1iT1)N, Aip:-.l 1:.-At the ilw~n.
    4ilz u f thi .'-. -f .1the h'mn.;;e t4iday Mr.
    Riynn ',f s,W Y,r',i cha:rnian E4fthe
    vr.vti. n I mi,*n- 'ia.:t,

    'hat :1ai --with t ht- .. :utua
    t; u1.1 tiia~t titx- setiat4- a~nonuim~ents b,,4
    c. iw-rr.,--lin. I- xw.!.'rlr 1priurte
    and L!. i-1 *oni th.- -.-d r
    4 or.' -r-A Ti rij1 17. ;:,xg .4a ~- Iw:'11 4* -1 1
    q \Irt II..IE4 lot. 'i Ili-: 0 '2

    -of 01--. Niceara1.TUa rallIl. i!..
    Ir. Wh...1-r -it' K. mton. kv a-'. .1 if i!
    wa.s Th.. Lv i~. 'i tlOT -r I::t. ce4al.'i
    bill a', rhi ..-i.
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    (~~EVlLudi- liw tr i the 'o Eruhitmiff of
    tii4. city of' Havtuia awil as-ugriing IBrigu-
    d'ter (rO~lQ1-AL" [ to ) immand the new
    &Iepa.Itmeiit of Fi.tLana will Pitiar del
    Rio. The changed wtll ticcur on May- 1.
    TOWN TOPICS.
    "S9creened J wtt-i in tlic late~zt in (Chi-
    ca g-.. St. Lovii!, is t nave tht*- mor-t-n-
    tngs.-St. Lojuis Star.
    Empiiria is a Fe. I!prhiition on
    but a manl can n;.:nk a li. 'ing by picking
    tip einhIty LootthE-s in the al~le&ys.-Lalo~orla

    It w would be oal iniloivr' i .oii.t tit leiv -t mif
    the ',fliials w".(iltI j'i-t try t-011111 New~
    Yol k f4Er a wevk *il--I ie .y3 1 ariL i rut
    would E.,- 'mczo e IA..
    f~The est~abishu:IE it 4-f a h-miik, f.r TifEe~,


    Nvo- Y'.mk f' Er yt~ars.- l-:t sa-i4City Sta r.
    It 111.1v ..' t Iunothat hK a Ii:1 .4 mt v is4EdCv-
    fi.-4,z.t mn -.h lo~ing '1.4-,l~l) ll. 0.1.1 bu-.hit
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    r ;tFLe:''IEti r;..Etc.. 'wit h
    .1 :.--tit-al :--4ol t"--nlt of atLatiE4.iery.
    -No.4..' ui Palafox -Strcoet.


    Ever.? woman love-- to th!nk of the
    tI'm s wea a sc". L-!I0 body. all her
    c.J.r. -.t% in h,!r bc~rn f-
    saJ;.-'1:* g !-.- ytevnnrg 4....iies ,.-
    the h*-ar: of every g:3d wv.-Dmn. But
    ytt th-rt is a Uack Ccloud hvr
    a~z:ierro:.p: ;:ure In. her -,- -,d
    v.--hf. -.r w: er ?ns
    dr-ad of ci2Lr ai.r5 away nru.*un
    . : .tZej,Yc~f m iL2 nd*-t
    read n t bt so. Fcr a~e.
    has Leti cn pn tr-e mr~a.wl-.;
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    I ~rc !ottle.
    i':[ BD4iIU() 0 GIIG ATOR C.
    NN r:e f r our f .. .l.o,,I)cf~ra
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    LEGAL DECISIONS.
    In a r<("e ct .ca in St. Louis the j udgi-
    decided that it is the tit.v ,.f the husband
    to gvt tip In tihe morning and make the
    kitchuia tire.
    A St. lo.mis judge has rulel that if a
    husblanl Itbe locked out by his wife he
    iay chop down the door. if neces.-ry. to
    gain entrance, but he has to pay for the
    door.
    It has just bown judicially decided in
    Oregon that in an lemergenlcy c::se a phy-
    biciani can drive across a bridge at a
    speed greater than that permitted in or-
    i -,dy tragic.

    OUR MARKETS.
    According to Sw(retary Wilson. tire
    "roast beef 4t ,li Englaud" is io ) ship-
    pel from ('hia;r.A. Ameirica feerrds the
    wold.-l'hilad.lphia ia LAedger.
    The sale of Aimnrican -t,.l.I in England
    for $2 a ti:n less thau the English price
    has arousei rth GE.rimian .tcdlituakers to
    the possibilities of Aimericaln competition.
    There is no doubt aletit our ability to
    capture the mark< ts of the world.-Cleve-
    lapld lAnder.


    DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
    icot ru:<.
    1siw YoRK. April 10. ,Rws CIAR
    January............... 7 .... 800
    february.............. i. ,1 i "I
    SMarom.................. 03
    April.................. 35 .... 4
    MA ................. 9 .... v :<
    Jaung.............. 9 .ii $0 3-
    July................... ....
    August.................. .... -. .
    September............ .. .... 4
    October ................ 1 i
    November .............- ... 7 9
    Leoemrbe .. ...... 7 ...- I
    Spot cotton closedl (lliet but steady.
    mi:ddling upLand. 4. I mi;dling gulf ieC
    GRAiN AN"D k'tOVislUNm.
    CHICAGO. April 10 UPVS CLOUS
    WHEAT-Aril ......... .... C
    WRzAT-May .........6:'3 ,- .... t$:
    WHBAT-JulV ......... .... s 4
    W\VuEAT-September....... tiv
    LOUL-Apri ... .... 3:0-
    LORM-May............ 3" .... J -..
    IoKN.--Juiy ......... 4t .
    LOLL N-eptemer ... 4.t1
    UArS- \prl....... .... 2 ,
    UATS-May ........... '. 5 .... .
    UAT--July .. .... 24 ,
    PORit .A\ r.l..... .......... 1.. .>
    kOnL-May ..........12 .... 11 FL
    rumK--July ...... ......... 1 2
    a.-l ':,r.l . ..... 7 0
    t A-D-Matl............ .... i
    t -S- April.. .. .... .... 7 1"'
    Lltl N lA-M -tV 7 .... 7 1
    L d- J y .. ....... 7 It,
    NAVAL rOI'T-
    nII.MINGT ,,'N. a .. Apr:l 1'J.--pir1t.
    turpentine s:ea'lv- a .., .." *. re'eiprt 11.
    I to-in li'- lit ;i !:. :, recei;.t.s 1 .:.
    Cr'itle tu.rpentiline it rv :e.t :it 2-', :1..5,
    r,-teit'l o. Tar firm at l.:, receipts
    %N %\NAI,. April 1, Spirit' turpen-
    tine firm at rece:prs 4-2. -ins ,P;*.
    export 2 ;.' kosLU it : '4* al, i ,1an latib ..Al,
    receipts 7.:,; sales 7.. -exp rts li,1lu7.


    THE ART OF WAR.


    W ith .a : i:,h hI iir' : tri'r,,- it is
    pos iI-itl ti (> tlii.-1 h ,'. i .i 44114 .; :, be-
    twc.en forces 1 :.t Tii :i;, ,:rt.
    A f'orCe' ('f 1l.4il i nTW,':i ,A hi ;i'an Cover
    25 lmii'A i: thhe da!y is strb-neir than a
    force of 1 .'EN which h (ann c.-ver 'Only 13.
    ('avalry. Awl mn marching in sections -
    that is. four abreas--orupy as exactly
    as possible as many yard as thee are
    men in the force.


    NICOLA CASSA,
    RESTAURANT---O mYiTBs.

    Fruits, Candies, Vqgltabls,
    Cigars and Tobacco at Low Price?.
    Cor. Tarragona and Zarrmoisa -ts.


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    Gosts oily 3 ceats at DnUTroubksoAM A
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    Stitched Rii ..Nr iTon ~Ay W V iCo .1y ~::
    Power CMnip.1n-, JhZ1bnjK.lP'-f). rn Mug sr .? I H
    and R~ans'. r. 0?s & Co'a fRaw 1!&Js La- l&Casi..*.'h'- *, ~
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    Whot hEr 1441 wsiwa 11mg h onoE.
    a-msiallonp. eAll exiwti~ivS'(ir ;- Ci4-EI4 (ill..
    V.- av grt-st v'siraty for .4:--i rengt Th-
    ite-t of thtena tire luxurious. A1o4 cbeap.--t
    are- go4d.
    1)WFLLlNG.I lORl IE"JT.
    story I 241
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    No. 491 Emil 4babC str. et,4 F.iii
    ,,:oiry I 2
    No.9III21 IAAd-t eli ion t .t r,.-vt .!frooms~. II
    N0 llV.--t4C- rvis ti I -t ro-e I, room 4.E
    ('or. ltpu'. aii.1 I .itua .- i rooni'-.
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    No) &4SowIt Sl3iting %I tr*-t. I)r'i rpuiii-II
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    No. ):; 3N tort It I"- iisr-,t rei-'--4rwiEtiA~
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    wa-, an ANCIENT w;"., u-ed
    to burn wood.
    i- for BILLS that :l. paid
    when he could.
    was the COAL that lie after-
    wards bought.
    is the DIRT and DUST that it
    brought.
    is the EVIL th.e-" things
    brought to pars.
    was his FOLLY in not u-ing
    gad.
    is the GAS George u-ed ini his

    is the HEIGHT of joy gas
    brought to his home.
    is tho INDIAN; he doesn't
    use GAS.
    cannot uae it. for J w the
    JACKASS.
    is the KITCHEN whe-re GAS
    is the fuel.
    is the IAI'NDIIY. they'er
    b,)tli of 'em cool.
    i" tho" MONEY. aved- by a
    Gas IRange.
    is for NOW, the b-st tini(o for
    a chan ..
    is the OFFIERI tIP (.'.*m, p tr
    makes.
    i- thf P'iOFIT, d,,,'t m:, k- ;
    Ini-take.
    i- f..r QVE.4ITION : n,- i -
    tiln ;at :l: '
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    buy b,-f,' Fail.
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    way, 6wedan. D.~kand other Euroi,.,e', .* r,
    AW'Ve3Ael3 Dl-barsel upon the Mo-41 Favo',LblAr.-P
    Obligatior-9 Taken Payable ate Port of D~tmuatlou leu k.'r I ..
    iifter Vea3aI ArrivesItdFor.
    AWSafety Deposit Bozos for Rent In Conne.cts-n
    with which we have a Private Apartment for tho Ttje
    of Reuters.


    Mllan Bros. Co.


    SCoppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.1

    WN 1m.edqaW N a tr for t

    *II-II w so 0 .. ... 1


    I5el0rai80 MCMIIian Seamless luorentine Still.


    MOBILE, ALA.


    THE ORIGNAL ---


    A. B. C.

    A. B. C


    BEER.


    V. J. VLO0ATh, Sle WboieUS3ir.-




    Tif A IR~JE Of V16 iRY 110

    JUG & FAMILY TRADX S0LICITE-1
    yrop 10- :Ivi--r to Any Part of ths t
    j~~iii ~~i*:~ef'.AtI't omEffcv, a1I.ixx. *.-4


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    SOiE iG"TS FiR


    WANTED.c0 3?v
    Waitd tokoyall lad:of oonI...Nails,, Azea, Shovel~s, Saw MKI &ArtS~teambo'Hasupp ile.C...'
    Ind Firsitirs, Muschadlss, Ac mand Heating Stoveo, Pains. (0119 and Window GI&9-4.
    udiressBox 142. Agate and Tinware and If ousefurn~shing Gow'.-


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900. 7


    The Future of ;



    children
    A chi.d's ', rry be" I
    Sblighted by k ,te d-ceazs cf
    South, such ?s tickets, ,
    which is characterized by
    weak bones or crooked
    spine, and inability to stand
    or walk steadily. or Maras-
    Smus, that wasting disease
    characterized by paleness
    and emaciation, or Scrofula,
    a constitutional disease of
    the glands and neck. "


    Scott's Emulsion
    of pwe Cod-Liver Od with Hypo.
    phuph of Lame and Soda wilU
    prevent and cue these diseases
    It ppks st the material needed
    to form strong bone, rich red
    blood and solid Ies. It wiU also
    reach the infant through the moth.
    her's milk, and be of the greatest
    benefit to both.
    r i.t! i s c, ard i on
    -. ,i I .. I)WN k.. tbemnsts. Nre York.


    -:Q'vv TO CATCH A COLD.
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    TEXAS TOWNS STILL CAUTIONS EaNt$ Mondy

    MENACED BY FLOOD i- :..T'_,n 'I
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    Rivers Cci-iinue t3 Rise at K

    11 anv P a cc- s .tal- 7

    WEATHER THRZATLNING',` k; 4 1 4


    It~IainVFK-v!Pe d and G (rcnnt.r Iamige
    Feared I ndiant, Frrittorv Eo~mun In,
    L)'imuer -Re-ported *1 hill nTornado Has.



    tj'aillv the -satyif, w. '..t-terdnnv. Most of
    tht. nv,-'ri,;appiear t., b., it a stand, nuort
    Mit-11. t!.n rain arv fi~rr-d. howtevvr. "~
    ttb. 'ew-ht-r is clrowidv, xnui-kv ind g*-n-
    1r.4i v yt Ilit-areuj1g.
    Tbe (vutluojk in the Indian Territory i
    stntm*.. A bullehufiim n~uD4,ntisiin at
    4.3 1 nu', I-ck tbisi'4i .tni; ng mystht-Red
    ri,.ir there i 64.slww r.l y but no iu
    iwA.4hat4e dma(rn is 1 feared. The wort-t
    4 ri. ,-k itu the Indian JTrritirv is that
    titn.- ('na'limn ritrI- r n- vin.nluusly high
    aittit it,. ri1.ihg ww-!rs atrt. .(srly up tuj
    tOw racks it tt- Mis..,Aiuri, KIian.sand
    1.-xa .ranilridai nk. UI1 iny IVthkai IUltd.. of
    d.11-arr~. wrtb ot pri .p*rty is in dalnger.
    .-p-j. In,.from 'iv het.lwu oif LRUirangliz
    Fmj ~4 ette iiA iiitYt vt ii tiinrniiiislincn,
    fli.' thuutwtvr ini the CGi-nru.1..rivor con-
    Tini':1-- I' ri-v. [U. 14-voer part 4It L~a
    I t~I..4isiiuridint-d N(, ],,-s of lift: JA
    1-i 11 r Tnai !ii~r~ ht the to~wn o
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    Tit I.'.~ -ri% .r !-ri i ng rallidlly. in-
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    THE DRESSY WOMAN.


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    POLITICAL QU!PS.


    TI i Xl! .- iar!:.-r %x .1 have-



    THE PEDAGOGUE.
    Ill Nk h. i~~t ie it4ro,141 log r.( 1)441-
    b-u-..-. 1 uilt -if S-1d, Ohue if bliui.d

    140tI"'1 00110's~,4144imillj.4, everything
    ex(41t *OAK= W $65 a:4 1.-tr.
    lheafji(-4-54. ( t~iIlbt 1,' 1r


    d, tat. I~~r :1d I4'ltiV 4'4 .I V v 1!] 4 i


    tig. itIr i o-dwl -n i t is emire]- i' ca .d


    hut all iitla nifed (.. 'tadit li -ifi tt Il
    o11C11 uf taee=. taiialT114-
    f ho' .r i a mv c-'- i kiliflaf ies d N-4,11h by
    eta rrmlin-- that d 0(.r it i. crb-tlt a-uh
    1m'. 1. it 1-NEYit& Co Toled. 0.11,e
    Sod. by ii rwi~f-rfi-uts. and nb
    Hao~ilt F.larinul will= r he dbest.~Nv
    bo.fzvt-. YlllC& ou Have Atw11s"Bcin
    Dgait t; y (It rII.xr!1;c1e ; 1 t il


    ('1.4 --. Iito ('r-:c N itit \Vaf#er-.
    III ti-i- L Ie: V t !! -I II. 'tg le~l f

    J ~i-t '(.(4.vyv4j .i 1'' d-7-!" Of
    ..Ti-hhY at tt I~t


    COFFEE. COFlf'E.,.

    Roasting a Specialty.


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    .~ HIare you tried Swans'
    i1t 1u'n flour.' It is the whitest
    (/1( sweetest on the .4meri-
    .. ,. mar/'et ,, in. b(trrels, h,,alf
    f. rrel/S, 2. iound fll nd 1 2
    pou /n d s( r/ks, whole sale a 11 (1
    ,,t,,,- \. +: retyaiH.
    L "ry !catou.rs Ginger
    .,le: best Afineral Waters
    S' .' l!v. oz th/e In trllket, equal to iin-
    I : p/rferd goods, t and only
    .. ':'"' rl 1 t or d lozen.
    Tnrortt Fsicxhll// I,'ortst/cd
    S,,,.i i|,,,.. ( 't f/j ('C '.


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    Ci*JlReWORY H*LLh InAa


    Chipley Light Infantry.


    The Chipley's Intend to Make thi ill the Bir-e-t S'cc-- of avy
    they have heretofore given and will spare no xpense to that ent.
    Admissior, Gentlemen 50e Ladies Free.


    "THE OLD R1ETTABLE."


    II. Lvu~ller,

    Choice Family Groceries,'



    Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

    Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


    Phone 213


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


    PA TS !f


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    SOMETHING NEW

    -,EVERY DAYt-
    o---AT--o


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    Tolopaon.o>o a803.

    CI""Patron,. New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Vi-it and Inspect
    their InmieBse Stock.


    TIME TARTAR.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN EFFECT .IANI'ARY -*27. JOC*


    Ni'. t4
    12:1 .' loon
    2:1-, p I n
    4:12 p tin
    S ::1) p InI
    *1:i10 p nn
    '; : S' o a in i
    : 1.- ( ) no
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    No. 2.
    11:210 p m
    12:.544 light
    3:ilS a U)
    :141 a nIi
    A1: 10 ain
    7:10 p m
    Y::101 a inn
    7 :05 a im


    Leave Penraeolft .... Arrive
    Arrive ..Floniaton .. Arrive.
    Arrive .... Mobile .. Arrive
    ArilvteNow 4 Prlt-aiis. Arrive
    ArieMontg~onneiy... A rriv.e
    Arrive.. -. Nnaslni-Ie .Arrive
    Arriv e .Loui~vili.- ....Arrive4
    Arrive C(incinirnai I. Loave-


    No. 1.
    4:15 p ni
    2:15. p m
    12:5.M noon
    7 :.5 a n
    11: :-' a rn
    2:21 a inn
    10:12 p m
    6 :45 p im


    N-o. 8.
    2:):5 an m
    *- :i5 a ni
    12:-t1i night
    7:45 p mn
    14:.10 p n
    i :fl ia in
    2:55 a in
    1 .4, p in


    is;.wzz;f PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

    No. '21. No. 3. 0. No0. 22.
    11:56 night I 7:txl a m............. pn'aeola 1 1pii i::0 1p m
    1-1~:44i ngbt 7 :3l4 a rn -Miltoin..~ p Ini
    4:2 a III $12!5Aina m e~Fuiiank przrngn 1)'ft p iii1) 111
    #*: ~ it) a] 1 41:314 mIT .. ( tiiipI.y p. 111;.1i,-:.-7 p "
    7. k a 1" 11:1.5 : III Martnanina "t, III 2I', n* (r)
    ~.~ja ii 12:Wo noon Itverr Junction .11) In*I.. fi ati
    1 A.; p niii. allillna.. ,-"...; .1 In
    7::.5 gp i n.ak~v1. 2 it in


    TI:Z OUGINAL K1NTUOIT 11,a IL IOUIB


    S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE: STOCK HIN HARDIN SolIR MASH.
    VERY FINE: 'RIEDMAN'S ('EL.LII.ATE1 ) (ILD PI''VATE
    STOCK. 12 YE LA S OI.): O.) SILK VELVET. KEN-
    TI'CKY'S PEPRFICTION OF PI ITY. AND
    LOTS O" F OTHER I.R AN)DS WHICH
    Sl'PACE L.' Ii Nl' PERMIT
    '1TO() MENTION.
    'L" h largest and iit ,t Sr;.ct \Vtin.s fir Family U1-e.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    I "IAl, A.'zP t f, r ftf l -'.n ,- P,tl,-t Milwmuke '.,r. 'r- D.liv-
    *.rv t ,o -v,,ry Part ,f ti, ('- v.


    P. 0). Rn :'w .


    Said about 5oi pairs of
    long legged. -t ort legged.
    slim, fat. pu*,y, bow
    legged, straight lergged
    all sort- of legged gar-
    ili'"nts. as they got out of
    the loxes and up onto
    our clothing tables.
    5iq pair.- of pants in oune
    day is a good many, but
    what .about themi* Som.-
    are a dollar a pair. good
    ca-'ITnere paniti. Som1e
    are two4 dollar- a pair.
    goodl c.a--iilnre pant".
    Sona ;ire- t!hr-. dollar, a
    pu ir. go,,,, a':,si inere
    pan-t. S<>it1.- are two.
    three anzl fur dollars. a
    pair. it,,od w'.r-ted pant-&


    WE DO NOT


    but/! pant itsfor adrer-

    tising pmUr/osex-to xound

    cheap. II 'e huy good pants,

    pants that are made of

    good goods; pants provided

    with all the comforts of

    home; front pockets, i'atch

    pockets, (to watch your


    money pockets


    nights in


    case yicar wife giants to see

    if she is ',ftting Ihalf of

    ywijr incomeJ ,pistol pockets

    a nd refresh inn nf /ockets.


    WE SI Aill *



    SWOL PIIS,


    Soli I-4 a r 'ck. i lan -r fancy pat-
    tvrn- fr $2.,'1 t!;: t will k #.p an ablk .
    bdi dl m1 n t -y nig!t- and I.hy- t,
    w, ;I tr "I t i ,,:;' j!; ,t i .r. :iiit f,.r

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    -iemr.4!:e V j~S in zhe 44 t!i -t t \k -, '.r. ms4. it sp444...l tre.tittfent
    is re4._ CJ 1:-.e% c.t -' ,: to t;,- A '\ *,rv I -,,ar--tfleit t ithe (:h.1ta-
    1.4.4 4A 4..!t..2~C- .:.i :t.r IieUrs .4.iltI e ,I~~Aart," erxl 1'y
    W.-Imen strained nn tle cure of
    LAmES' ASVISIY *!PAR7LEaT. 1 x% ,,42. v1eat,,, e'.'esand nrrezu-
    ,r s-i it i ammrqf v"--l jr:-.c~j. :rher: S:,.:J. le no hesita-
    (4t1:41.. 1.te.a ti'.,T-. t. m ~. Dela- e..itre-Ittieflt means a
    aUiN-i'? 13..to- T,. I.n. Chr .tti,:C!C-n_:t1. -I. The ]lner
    p ist,_ned the hia-der to Cure.
    A LARGE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUE
    COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE.

    Lw"AA I


    Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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    ALL ORDERS SERVE, ON SH3IO1T NOTICE
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

    R) Rooms for ent by the Day, Week or Month. ('.
    311, 312 Forth 7arragona Stre:t, Opposite Unin Depot.
    O-Teiephone 68.-0
    ----:GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    F..EH VEGiTLAl3,S REPIH 9 1ALB HOLEALE ANi RETA1 .


    SWHY, SAY
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    !ENWRO1YAL, PILLS; ORBTT)&
    @A &M~* ~iAi t0 ade.. .. i 7 ew tny.t-essr .tao
    fr. CHICHESTERN4 ENGLI%iI to Balaaxn;of.-(Copia
    it uiRED A01i41 Gld 4~a. 4 ~
    wi, ov -m..Take..we theer. K ,Crbebs *and.- Injectons.
    Ibue.. .Pt..v ~og.. ad mla-ry-7camein48bounathe
    'La -s Rlitf als"-i~..b 4. uN~e disease withot anylzncon-44sa Mdemeut.PIL. A.~,.... EV i~ h i
    *~ J. ,* 4~i' YminceSOLDBY ALL DRUGIMBIT

    CURE 1 JOHN ~McDAVID,
    CUR YORSLF :REAL ESTATE AND1 BROKERACE. c
    ~ h- *. r CITY PROPERTY.F 'W R'INGi
    Qum ogantd irritsA D T N B R I N S
    :. IIFOR tAI'.F..Th B!Don cwiTanu CIoticry,
    4 h1 T1zo3 Sold byd atReasogaie Rate

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    g THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


    WANTED. &A W BAND.
    fPete Comeir Oempay Played to
    Good at-es Leet Nc br
    The Peters Comedy company
    scored a great Isucess at the opera
    bhose last night in the production of
    "Wanted. A Husband."
    The Browning and Nau s-itera. the
    celebrated Orient Female quartette.
    rendered some fine music and were
    called back a number o' time-.
    Mr. Cam Baily. the clever yomne'
    comedian. pleas.-d tt:e ae'dleuce w ith
    comic ditte-, and intat itu-.
    Phil Peter,. :o- Mr. pcht::it*.
    brought dowu t.- I ,u--e witni L. s
    fau tnakitr.
    To.nigtt bWl; will he -"Kii'z ,f
    Liars" at w.,;c:: peor(,rinanatie
    haodsonie dr.--- ;p:ttt-r:i i,, I e
    given away. I: i i..w *,:. x'.i'::i :i
    at the Fort.-. -tr' .
    WHINi TIRAl\ I 1.I.
    'W whether n l,.i .r,- h-:." I ,- :-
    "s, take- ,,, vry r t:; a t'
    tSyrup 4 tV i-. : arT- ::.-t
    autly ani '.rt:iii ": k i.--.
    liter. ; i h< ,-;- i -', v..::*;.,. b- :-
    headac" *- a'. '; ,-r ',rtr- ,'" -.k
    -' ll a d :t : t ': '- t- l .,t *:f ,': :, .-
    hy the ( '.!;** *:. :.i F'-" :y : t
    enly.
    HIE-A\ V AIIAIL TOIlRM
    City of Tanmpa lRan Into It This Morn-
    int-Captain tast Control of Boat.
    The ;te-amer ('ity dof Tampa wl;hich,
    plie between t!:i-s ;rt an:d Milt::.
    while iu reute t.ere tl i- morznriiz.
    encounter-ed a !h.vy :il -tor' ;, ei
    Black Haimnock ab!)4t s" ,,-cri.
    which la-ted about fift:e n i ;t: ute-.
    Theeaptain -tated to a NEN.- r,-
    pfrter tlhii mnrn hn:r that t!. iii;.;
    were a" large *- t.he end ,f !,i-
    thumb. The hail wa-s so thick t:, t
    the boat shifted broad side to .T:,
    atorm. the captain lo-t all contr,-l o'
    her and she drifted for some di--
    tance.
    There were fifteen pa --ng-r- ,t1
    board the stearner and they were all
    pretty well frightened.
    Red nHot From The Gun
    Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead
    man of Newark. Mich.. in the civil
    War. It caused horrible Ulcers
    that no treatment helped for "-'4
    years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
    Halve cured him. Cures 'ut-.
    Brmees, Burns. Boils. Felons. Corn-.
    Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure oni
    earth. 25 cts. a blox. Cure giuaran-
    teed. Sold by W. A. D'Alembert-f
    Druggists.

    Cleanin, ladies kirts and wai-tz
    M one of our speciai::et-. ftar I.auU-
    dry.
    Sir lhmas Lipton
    WaVs, and i-. a typical Iri! r; in :ti.d
    a genuine sport-m'in. but i.e i- a-i)
    a celebrated manufacturer of choice-
    gatronomic.al dai nti-a. and a nirtedd
    connoisseur and import-r of fine tea-.
    that have iecolme famouwa threougn-
    out the civilize-d world. Jacoby. ti,,-
    well-known grocer. hat- juitt re.e-ive-d
    a large con-igidient 44f ir T1hoiin -
    celebrated teaM. and cordially iin-
    vit.s the lovers of good tea to vi-it
    his place and in-pect and te-t th !-n.
    He ha, als- ju-t r-ceive-d full litn-s
    of Bremnetr' (celebrated ('akes. (v;a-
    ham Cracker-. ('Che. HI-1cuit. ()it-
    meal C(rackers. e-tc.: Do,,.soc-llraun
    Macafacturin. (i** ftinou- J,-l.ia-.
    Jamnl. Pickl'-. e:c : National Hi--
    euit Co's ('t, -s trtw-. ('rack r
    M[al, etc : hi, nu i'K- ci-rct- ;:11d
    Wafe-rs;: Wurz-n Bi--,;it Ma, uf.'-
    tory's Vanilla Wafer- Oerinta :
    Anger's G-rman ;Golden E4-al Ei:,:
    NudeJn; Arcadia l'ackir C"'"-'.
    hvaporat d Apple-.. Peach-- and oth-
    er fruits A small lot of those tine(.-
    ives in 10-cent bottle-i- -'till in stock.
    'he "Little Giant" Coffee Roaste-r
    is still on deck. running day ard
    uflght at the rate of a mile a minute.
    to Ell constantly increasing orders
    far Sue ('offeea. Tho-e who nave
    a*treeestlt visited Jacoby'- should
    net il to go and inspect his enor-
    a'mos -tock of everything in the
    'shape.O eatable anid food product"
    .djjplayed In profusion In every de-
    pgtanent of the establishment.
    Nobby r'ri1ng Sui:te for young men
    at White'.-
    BElL'fi YOUR CHANCF.
    hon. Woven Wire and Ornamental
    Feocing for All Purpose-.
    I am agent for the largest manu-


    factnrerr in the world of everything
    in the way of plain and ornamental
    iroe and wire fencing, settees. vase--.
    ec. There i. nothing in this line
    that I cannot -upply and at mann-
    facturers' prices, erected in durable-
    &ad workumatlike manner and at
    such low price- that you will be a.-
    tonisbed. I s supply anything froin
    a plain wire farm fence to the
    weot expensive ornamental cemetery
    feet; crestivTg for tower-. tree
    guards. ornamental settees, base-
    meat windows, window guard-.
    hitching racks, weather vane--.wovn,
    wire poultry yard fencing. Spa(ce
    will not permit me to enumerate vIl
    the styles I sell. but you can -**
    illustrated catalogues and get esti-
    mates by aplplyin.: at Win. John-.'.i
    &A on'f hardware department
    9Ahim A. J. W ATKINS.


    DangeR- of the Grip.
    The create-t danger from La
    ripee is of its resultinitt ;'n-u
    molisa. If reaonable care is u-ed.
    however, andi Ct'amberlain s (." t'i
    Ilemedy taken,. all danger will b-
    avoided. Aotnog thl tt-- of thOi-"-
    ands wico hiave-' used this retmedy for
    la grippe. we tiave yet to learn of a:
    single case hma ing resulted in epneu-
    momia. which shows cotlclusively
    that thi- remedy is a cei tain prevet-n-
    tive of that tlalgerouts disel-e. It
    will care la grippe iii l-s time than:
    auy oth-r trt.at tIent. I: i- l,'a-ar
    and stafe t,, take. For -.i:; b1y -ia:t-
    tah Uiros. anJ all int-dicinet dealt i-.
    J. I. Ste-phens has a large asst rt-
    ment of solid Sterling Silver ,an.)
    Roger's Knivt-s. Forks and Spoor,

    Get a new Hat from our spletId:i;
    stock of inew -ty -: .rices low .:
    White -.


    ARRTUD.
    IK s Cst arrgten, u-7. Biad. Himilto-i to W

    I. KAMIR IP-
    *- I~L~ *. 4i.I. %3-a 1~W ~Koy-
    --rA cofei r ti W-th :*l; C- 0, ft %& W11
    * nitit~r. :iued at $4.!,"%
    AT QTVARA'NTINK
    I''-'*-~a r:.zht.*'!ACoode. TATmPiCO
    1 ~ran'.it Trom-:it -
    N-or tek Andraho,. I t2.a.ormt-eh-4.t'n. Abe'r
    1.--"L to ordor
    Amn sch kW Hopk,:i-. -2', Hterkhorn. Ve-ra
    fo kphler~;uin: ..a, put in tfer 1.211ga-
    taand distnfect~oa
    it )k v. rtoe in avirs. !le:7. SHi halvin-). Am-
    ste-rdam. to order
    .us Frrosixtcs. 1-3. ..A iri ha. (:d~?
    4-. to W.if Iran-at. Co
    q,, tl-ri) pAugiu-1. :4pi. IJatui-g~. Bordeaux,
    rt-er
    No dl Iii )Part 1>-ns. : i. ; rum b.-'-.;. I..r.-n)-
    4-k .to 4) '1cr
    -:.. 8 1 i%% rp. ti -r e
    i.,-- bitt A-1ma Dah a. 'LuiiaeC. ar-

    I ri Cfl. nt-'i.- ViPplI u. Murk. A.
    it va) 1,. ttt-- &P h ur.

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    Pr Ca.:.;* --* al': -i. ti 'iW S Keyse-r
    ;.4 Hat. loz.d

    I r '-:a:n. to jz! 'I ran-
    e. 5 .rC C I to (.uIfTiaoiit
    BARILP


    iA ..-;a Ac m.'an-. *.. Bar-tto. W I. %% t-
    Nor B:ro--a, .-~. lVven-.n, to H II B1oy-r
    c r ,t2.... d'< a -i tiv.-r-oli. to) order
    ;t lPu<. c. u.!Ia. ;,'7. I.irar.ttma, c.'d tor
    t..-: ion
    -, 'n-:.a F: .-:'a. 777. jo0lc.t!le"-. to
    !;:dr. I6 > n. :' a *A
    7,,r i!ad:a. '.. J. -e". to (j:uf Na*al
    1 lu:,a i .4.:. t-1 a--:t c': l for A.I2..r,.
    N-ir I.',uise. .5. .) i r.-..-u-.. to l'. iiaculat
    I L;-Lou::. "7. Janson. toW S Keyser *
    Nor Merzapore. i175. Ji.i:nson. to Iaars,
    %,or Nore. 1.a". M:,ke set*:, t,' P en.ucola
    Iu iU tber 'Co
    iue ,1omo. 7:Ji,. .olianbien. to Pen-acois
    I.uinter tL o
    tor Perfect.e. Larien. id for toode
    It 8teinvora. 1I(%. Bozo.e cid for tjenom
    sor -i.z id.Sl, dausan.to rat person. Down-
    :.ng a Co
    Nor 5>lsoiad, 3N. Petepren. to order
    Am V.odanJi, .7,. Ecker. to IE 8aun-
    Jer- & Co
    RIS;-.
    tj-r EIly. C7-1 Maais. to order
    Am i l-.ranc-,e readich,. 37, Lank. cid for
    l'ainad-lpbhi
    Aui Elsa A Bavi4. "J5'2. BRenson. to master
    Am HIlsaiiar. -S. Axel.on, to ma ter
    1ir Julia Eziia'peth. *', swettling., to mas-
    tr Mahol darling,. 1::. Roberts, eld for
    N ,-au
    ar Plolo.'.Ice, L- F-st.-r, to order
    JP CLEARFtD AND SAILED FOR PEN-
    BALOLA.
    87K9 4NGIPS.
    r*' ,zv.a. No-. -!1 %anch',str Mar,'h 7
    ial.. ti ;iivr-rna I Br. l;ir.-. ull March 1"
    ij -,!d.d r i.- r,. .I. at Harry, Jan :31
    I: s.,. (r. !.'", (e ;n-'a iFeh "-'
    Lanitfond1. Nor. 1-4.. Hailiesen, G rlinby
    March !1
    N\",iltpol 1'.. -' lir-4 r.iock March e2
    .an. Nr. Ha len. -id. Marcli 1'
    ni. i-nrh5*. l;r. ;,t. H.arrion. tIt Michae-b
    T,, Q Waynian. Br, 1 it. Watt. arri\-d. Rot-
    tC-rldmill. F1i 1%
    l1% .-tonr., r. i-','" t>e rt;:, ).: (i, -non. Ian -)t
    a ,i -r tU. r, I ,;.,c as-al. Antw.-rp March -'
    L/.a./ tar. Br. ilid wa:ie- il"t 33
    A K5.
    An .z in S *ch;afTi: It. sid Mar.AilI.- Jan -:~
    ALiathe*. Nor. 1- 7. -Id Antw.-rp l.ec 14
    Ala,. Aw-t. .: at Talte KaY F.-h 12
    ir--do. 1'. 7-'. i ( fl onoa F'eh 17
    H, ,iand. Nir. 544. -hi l.-r Mar.ch '
    ar-:n ntle-tt,>?.!. "!1. d 'arthagepnlt. Ian -'
    b' tal n. Ru.-. *L. a lircvelon-'k. i' -e)i
    li t1:aa. f-w l. d tt u ll Jain I
    r:r'',o. It. -l, Tulli I',c .VC
    ur'r / zGu-tat. l;-..- d Ilun-, rr! Marchi 7
    I'i auc'i. It. --.75, -11 Valienoai March :.i
    Faiti.,. It. '5". -Id %aple s sept 1., ashore
    Nov.-) near Port KRo al
    i-t-. .Nor. t-il Preston, Ic.';:1
    e,..-ta(no i aat-. ona. It. 1:1'.., sd ( '-fnlaft
    Mnrch.
    h.nt-gt-rni. N"r'. 7 N. .ii' .It:,'kstadt March 7
    Jobhan Irge-n-. Nor. id t'hrt-tiansand Nov 10
    Johbanne. Nor. :41 Tonshurg le-c w
    Maria Margaret. ta, 'wed ,d C Capoe Town
    Mart-i it'
    M.etie-li B, It. sid (tienoa March 24
    Marcells. It.t ld Hamburg. Nova
    Mielutie., u! '.9*%. ild Stbarunes i F.-h '
    Monte A. It.74,. lsid Marsetlle% March :3
    1hiia. Kus. s d La Paillce Oct *.2
    Pioneer. Ger. liti. at London March 11
    Prote .sor John-en, Nor, Iwik. sid Bristol
    Rachblloe P. It. 9 O,. cld Maraellias Fel .-7
    R.t, Ilan. 44., at Kahis Jan !-
    ts* llio t. It.'l.,at La iiata. Nov Hi
    Valluta. Nor. lid Lcitb Mch 10
    Virginia. It, l3d Madeira. Ieh b-N
    Working Night ard Day
    The busiest and mightiest little
    thing that ever was made is Dr.
    King'! New Life Pill. Every pill is
    a sugar-coated globule of health, that
    changes weakness into strength, list-
    lessness into energy. brain-fag into
    mental power. They're wonderful
    in building up the health. Only 25c
    per box. Sold by W. A. D'Alem
    oerte.
    For Ely Time.
    Me|-r-. J. E. Ro,- & Co.. No. 11 N.
    Pal.itfox stre--t. have perfected ar-
    rantreiaent- for the manufacture of
    the t, -t window screen ever placed
    uip i thi- market. rhey claim for
    it the following desirable features:
    It can he r-moved and stored
    away at the end of the fly season
    without the use of tools; the blind
    and i-~h of the window can be easily
    handle d from the inside without in-
    trference or trouble from the screen ;
    it i- -i:ple in con-truction. and thie
    pric- i-s -i low as to be within tlhe
    re-ach of .all. Call and examine it.
    -tind leave your order for any number
    train one to *u,.e hundred.
    IS & CO.'S
    \\ I N I)0W SCREEN .

    Our ;prices r e- al-olut'ly the low-
    es-t t;h'-e who t!:nk the contrary
    have -ither not fairly tried u,. o'r
    th,\ lh:vle tn,.:r red ot r pries by
    :ho-- lh:ri,.d f,'i Clotlin zg of doubt-
    fulq tiiality. White'-.


    Milome OGives Away. I
    It is certainly gratifying to the
    public to know of one 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
    tan million trial bottles of this great
    medicine; and have the satisfac-
    tion of knowing it has absolutely
    cured thousands of hopeless cases.
    Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse-ness:
    and all di-eases of the Throat. Chest
    and Lungs are surely cured by it.,
    Call on W. A. D'Alemberte. Drug-
    gi.t.s, and get a free trial bottle.
    Regular size 60c. and $1. Every
    bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.

    FINE POULTRY.
    At C. Corner's Poultry Yard.
    I am now ready to sell eggK for set-
    ting from the following breed-I of
    chicken-: Dark Brahmas, Paitridge
    Cochin-, Light Brahmas, Wlhite
    Cochiiis, Plymouth Rocks, Br-own
    l.eghrn-, Wynlt's. My fowls are
    from the very beat strains to be
    fouitu,!. and I invite th public to cnll
    aid r-*.- my poiltry yard--ihut 7t"1
    li-l fewl-. 'o ha l(. e-,-ttini-, of 1I:
    t e,- f- r f l..'>n. IL( I-o 1I.1.INS..
    7a tf M1!aiager.

    Wh'ar vyo pay for ('CothinLg -is not
    half -o iitiportadnt as what you get.
    \\ iit,-'.


    l-'ity Dollara ILeward.
    Those parties guilty of breakintr
    into school building- Nos. I. 40 and
    T7 and intilatitng #same, are h-r-hby
    notified that the reward of $5ootfered
    for the arrest and conviction of any
    one for breaking into a school build-
    ini or school building out-huu-e,
    still hod zgouod.


    N. It. Cdez t


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    NO IICE TO CON ItRACTOltA.
    Resolved, by the member. o{ the
    Laborer's Protective Union No.
    N.44, of Pensacola. in regular meet-
    ing that the following announce-
    ment be made tor the benefit of the
    public:
    On and after the 10th day of May
    the scale of wages shall be as fol-
    lows:
    Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
    Common labor. $1 .50 per day.
    EIWARI C. WILLIAMS,
    a7-lw' Secretary.




    Brittles surpass all other makes-
    peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
    nut.
    How can we afford to sell such
    high irade Clothing at such close
    prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
    ple; ours is a modern store, con-
    structed strictly on progre-sive
    plan. 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 the story in a nut
    shell. White s.
    MIIJANEitY NEWS.

    Mrs.L Cohen io Offering as SpecIal
    I ewdere lor This Week.
    4 Spray Runch Rosebud foliage.
    only 2 cent. .
    3-atpray Bunch Violet Foliage,;
    only 20 cents.
    In My Paitern Hat Department


    You will find -ome extra eood
    uPs. We are making room in
    department for the arrival of
    new Easter novelties.


    v-al-
    tiur
    our


    2o Dozon Men's French Neck Bal-' 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vestm.
    briggan Undershirtsat2.5cents each; Lisle Thread, our price 25ec each ,r
    Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen.
    :3 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front
    Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price .ac. eacn :
    each ; Drawers to match. all sizes.
    :W Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 21 Dozen Fancy and White Silkl
    briggan or Fancy I'ndershirts. nice Pleated BosomtiShnt-. our price$1 c';
    quality, at 45 cents each: Drawers to all -ines.
    .match. We carry the laro.t lin i li Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt- 1in the City"
    lBalbrlggai Undershirts at 50o cent-,: at the Lowest Prices.
    Drawers to match. 36;-inch Spring Percale--. ,,ir
    l I Dozen Ladies' Sleevele- Vests price ............... .......... c
    at old price, 6 for 25 cents. or 4)c 33-inch Very Shet-r White L awn,.
    dzce--n: embroidered neck. i our pri- c ................. .c
    17.- Dozn Ladip!-" Mi-,-' atld 27-inch: Ch:,ck -Namn-ook. our
    Childrenn' Sleeve-ie-s Ve-tQ, with price- ....................
    Tare Neck. 3 for 25c or t95c dozen. .0-inch ,laite ant l.a Oc.t
    25D.ze-nt L 1tie- Sltevel Ve te,. j Pique, our pri .................. I c
    with silk Tape Neck. : for 25 or, A ihire White Coerded l'a. lu-. eor
    s4.35 dozen. i rice .......................... l.c


    We have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date

    Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

    Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


    .;,-ineh S our price .......... .- ....... 1 Cle
    1 Yard-Wi(ide 'S a I-land (' C-tton
    at ............... ... .c
    1 Yard-Wide Fitc;.vyiL- l.i,.ach-
    ed, made by I. n.d-ele- Co.,
    w while it last s.... ........... 7 c
    e ) Pi-eces Iate-t (.' hlo at...... Ic
    I C., lPa hlbrui'-a G.tLamin,
    W' rra tetd ... ........... c
    Ji receiv-l a full line of Sirts
    ainl Slirt Waist--: ; Ie:- are the
    lowest.
    Para-; l- o- I :..:r'- n :tt i4, 74.
    l.',4) andl I 25.
    Ladlie Irril't--:--'.t P rra; ia ira
    l a t t -t a d a t ,- .7 i a d 2 .
    All tlie- late-t -'yl --t l.li-n-' and
    'thildr.n's itr:iw Htt- ai.d Sailor-;
    al-o .ti rolls Nn w .;,ri Mattin!-.
    at 1 1) ... l, and 2,.. ; -. .r :.:,r I.


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    COHEN, IDAN COl


    RACKET STORE.


    0 & 0


    We Pride Our-elv- ,,,; Having the ,irande-: a::J M -:
    Exiquisite Selectioi. in


    * Spriog and Summiei Dress Fabrits,

    Wash Silks and Organdies.

    (_;r#ate-t (Choie,, or th.-. Mot C-lebratl M..LI:

    S^Ladies' Shirt W(flaists:

    Al-' a (;r'-.it V\ariety f


    : Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-MIlade Suit
    Jl IT 1" ECEIVED).


    Millinery Department.
    As I'sual WN l.. /i : .yvlae and Pri4 < ''I:- M'..
    Hughlo-, th JI-ad \11I inner, we-ll !-ta.'i :- .r
    Reputtion :- I'~-,-I)Date Arti-t. W -\ .,.--
    .> Crowds i. iiv- v ur Order'- E tr.v fr.-
    YO(R- EASTER HATS.


    Our Shoe Department.
    We do Not Need any RPcommendation.. Men. Women
    and Children are More than Convinced that they
    ,et the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoe- at the
    ? lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'S
    "; BTORE. .....

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

    *=Boys' and Children's Suits=*
    At Rediculoulvy Low Price-s.


    MATTINCS, CARPETS,
    Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
    Trunks and Valises.
    WE ARE INVINCIBLE IN LOW FPI'CE.

    We Invite the Public to Look Into 'iur S,!.w Wi -
    dowi for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of C:,-k- t.
    Wait on You!
    YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

    SCohen, Frieilman & C's
    RACKET STORE.
    Mail Orders Attended to Pr-,::pt.-


    W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


    lmI My Trimmed Hat Department
    You can buy a nice trimmed Chic
    Hat for $1.25. $1 50 and $1.75, in Leg-
    horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
    Go to Mrs. L. Cohen's*


    SEASTER


    Easter Sale!


    **


    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAED CYPRESS SHINGLES-K1ii-Dricd Sap
    PENSACOLA. FLA.


    SALE!


    Easter Sale!


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    Doulas Shoe, :St W\1wt, -

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    Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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    Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
    Creation Date: April 11, 1900
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    DAILY


    NEWS.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 11, 1900.


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    NO. 58.


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


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    '-1 -ii wa- re-ached.- after a twt
    -'!itn tHt whi'b all th,- un-iul'rs
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    -*.I ': #, Lumpkin gTainted a .-u
    .,i- atd Bls-iAte ltwo itent und,-r
    S. niukiu i'tpn. ,,vis' ai that
    'jitt lltir s mti i e til i l -ithin
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    KAN-As CITY. April 11 --There ha-
    bi-ent ie.tavy f ill of snow in Central
    nt.d We--tIrn! Kanr-a. ten inches at
    12me pI.c--'., and it is still snowing.

    North Carolina [ena-cra oe.
    R..Li,.H. April 11I-The demo-
    cratic -tatu- conventionl is in session
    t.-re. Cl:arle-s B. Aycock will be
    'iu:in-at'-l for g ivertinor.
    ('Ciaton 2a1u'eIaions.
    NEw YP.Ki. April ll.-Cotton i-
    qiioted to day. :is follow' : April
    ;.442 M, iy.v., 4 Juine. :13; July, 9.31
    Ailu-t. i

    T10 :;:i~ay p .;'.i.- loe- valtuaible
    !lt;;1. l ;; *X i *' "illlII lir W itt)
    1 : :lil ld (c-ir*e-. I iyV !sh build
    i k- r '.., Huot-;" :.-i Tar before it is
    :" LATr W A. F Aleanlerte.
    ( i. cmit (''"nrt .
    '..-. ;:";l ,-f tie ....- of };a i,- v-.
    t!.- 1..;-: I tL :i an id L on e;'.r (,..
    le.-tii -:. rd.av. was continued to-
    >iv i
    I :.,: t.e;! te r' :ie l t!.e :ndverti-.(-
    i,'.: ": 1 i t 1 \ ;i i .t l ;i-'. ai r.

    DI'ah .l W VtW Manni
    \\" \V :lli. l;1'- f Pi'e i- lcoi -
    !,i c'e:: n~- na.tl '.tinfed,-r.t, \"- et-
    '-rt.:i. died :,t Ii- htoii,'. corner iof
    t'!.,rida Bl.aica aniil Itinanaa treet-.
    I i: yve-ter.d %v att-iinoi o t of intli tnia-
    tirnt of lthe bowel-. T'lih funeral will
    t.tke pl:ce :it 5 ,i'tcl',ck thil- after ilooam
    ft )imi toe family r-Idlencet' A large
    faimilIy a;nd timany warun tri,-ids.
    inour-: ll- denisl-e.

    A k1din y remeitdy that can hbe de-
    p. -id, d o-it will h-' found in PRICKLY
    A.-n Bl11T RiK. It htealaidd strength-
    eal-. Silhd by Haniinah BrosI.

    WORKS WILL BE REMOVED.
    'liunpl.ate Planta to He Loceati' Whlcitng.
    \VHKFP.t'\.;. W. Va.., April .10-The
    Aimri'ana Tinplato company has pur-
    lha,.--dl fr.iu th- Laughlihhn Ironworks of
    Martin's Ferry several acres of ground
    %.wuth iof it. tinplate mill.-and it is stated
    unofficially that the tinplate mills now
    run int connection with the Aetna Stand-
    ard at Bridgeport. will be moved to the
    Martin'c Ferry plant.
    It is also said that the tinplate oom-n
    bine will dismantle the Cambridge, 0..
    plant and move it to Martin's Ferry.
    thus. co nii!entrating over the river a very
    *ar&.'e tinplate making establishment.
    A LITTLE KNOWN FACT.
    That thlie majority of serious dis-
    A.i-- otrlintite in disorder of the
    kidnely'-. Io0-y's Kiueyv Cure i~
    g.1 i n't *'-d. lI v It t-'-dav if vo-u are
    ii ,t f, -,.i;t w 'l:. \V'. A )'Ale-ii-
    . r : 0.

    An eii.io't :s--ortni nt *1f trn:,k-
    aint v.uli-tes at \W hit,' ..

    INTERESTING CASE IN COURT
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    FIERCE BATTLE IS


    RAGING AT WEPENER


    Fighting Severe and Lasted

    All of Monday.


    CASUALTIES WERE HEAVY

    l i n \ N ick'r-'Il.aix in i>d S at ii'" lt omi iblirdriii ilt of' .11afkin ;g.
    1. .-t 1 llort l.i 1.1ina to I'-i'uce TOu 1 .
    I i ali:i-t .! ( lther Poinilt'.
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    ',iagrh ,ount,; It 1 i in t i:tii!wni what
    thi- aI n .ii'- iCt l sit l;r ai of tiht PBaji.- i-,
    t-it what''-ver it ma1 t-, it is blitieg rap-
    idly arnumernet'-d. A body of Bo i"-rs
    is marihi'ug t,,war'd Springfointe. ii frimi
    :nitlifi -11, betwI-en Wepeneir aind
    Sprini-foitein. Thie detunatin ,nif heavy
    gains wLo he~rd at 3Ma--u on Monday.
    Shir Godfriy lagden, the British resident
    co1miniiwioner of Bas;ta, .tind, has 1:-ft
    3at.e-ru for the border.
    The events in t i*' ~ounh,1-.t portion of
    the Fret-e S atU- hav- cau.-ed rh- Eighth
    divisionit, which haI b",u ordered to
    Fourteen Streams, to be di-paIch'd to
    iSpringtontein.
    Mysterious nove-ri.et.si of tro ps a
    Bloemfontein arTe pr)teediug. Th- f ws--
    paper co.rr. l-spndn t are not allowed to
    telSigraph their destinations and thl pre-
    truzniption is that Lord R.bert,. is making
    a di.leosition to cut off the raid.- of thi
    Boi- forci whei thea try to witrhdr'a
    northward from the spur-aing Britioh
    columns.
    War feelingg In Free Sate.
    The reappearance ot tht' Bo-.rs in the
    occupied cuunitryl us i ca.usd a revival of
    thl- warlike fthring antiong the Free
    'tatfonr taf tho Faurearith anda Philip-
    ;.',lis districts. The federal agentA are
    ausly getting detail of the asurreder-d
    Btorw. and owing to the British garri-
    5,,rtn ,ing withdrawn frIun thee dis-
    trn-tN the British re..i-dents are ,in-it.
    andl have sent delegate-s to aStringfoi-
    tein to arik fir hlp. Theyi were told
    that .'- fr their r d.-efenst: would b, ilm-
    in-'lhatcly takin.
    'iTh,'- lers are rcpaited to hav' v-ie -
    tardA to the Biggarsi rirg and t,,o be pit-
    ing heavy guns 4 iniles north tf Elands-
    ltitte. Th y are ali said to have forti-
    til the vicinity of Wessel's tNek.
    The war Uofhe proposes to latn at
    C(alt Town b-.forv theend of May 20t 0I
    hior-es, which will be conveyed there, il.
    '23 -teamers sailing from New Orleands,
    Builnos Avrre aed Australian ports.
    The Westmiunster Gazette likens the
    Itritiash nmpaign to "the fruitless series.
    of campaigns in which the large dist.ip-
    lined anmies itf Sp.in sought to crush
    thie Cuban insurrection. adding.
    *( f Co4urte our troops far excel in valior
    and discipline the cons.cript armnnies of
    Spain and the climate is in our favor,
    but our enemies equally excel the ragged
    levies of the Cuban insurgents."
    The Leader ars: y
    "'The reports from Boer as well as
    from British sonrce.s of our reverses near
    the Bl-emfontein railway are truly laim-
    entable. They show a distinct lack of
    care and leading.
    "In the face of surprise we seom ut-
    terly without resource except reliance
    on: pluck. That is a safe card to play.
    but a cottly one.
    'Lions led bv asses was an old de-
    s-riprtion of the British army, but it was
    thought the British hbad learned isome-
    thing of late years in the ranks. What
    light does this war throw upon that
    possibility?"
    A dispatch from Aliwalirirth says ant
    engag'niemnt took place yesterday at
    Wep-ner. The Boers' Vi'kern-Maxim
    did onwiderable execution at first, but
    the British guns soon got tlhe riin4e and
    did great havoc. Tlrhe Rux:11'. cm-n-
    niand-, has goue to Wen..i.r.
    T'he fighting wua! ve-re and hinted all
    day long. The Be-rs received a cie.ck.
    The 'alual-ties were rather he-avy nn
    i.thl -ides Another c niinaiio i- ad-
    lani,'int' toward Wep-'lir from I).e\tt' ',
    do rp.
    1I.avy fighting wa. coitinued at We-
    pnner this iTh,. sday i .rniri The re-
    mailt ir atkiutil Ti rt- B, Ie..r oom-
    zna':tI' i- are a't.i kiii# then t- ex'!l.


    Initlhrdaliielt ofa 1l-fekilnig.
    N ,'. ha.s b1-en re.' ,i\v-d of th!. aNt-
    -.: K .- -s '-:1 -1 !i 'f ili 'r i i ,1-


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    Bitters


    war. M.af,-kinm. The e Er-. ,t 'u.n, fire
    it lnlll-t wrlh .I'v. sv un t i, iln'ludulatz
    onte 1F, -,p'imh.r. This has li.,,u th.'
    most v; orOti bii 'Iallarllielit of th.,
    i, Tint i.-r i u,'e u'l atir ha. al-
    ready .iretl ovr #;', r uvds.
    L iizhr cuv. r of the fire rth B,, r.; nAl-
    v.I..'.I t ;i, < .i-thirt1 i tface ,fth w-'.tr'%-,
    i'.r n t;rU'.- r' '.pia:,.'! tl ..ri li Iui \,i tliillt
    ri:- -rta !-'..
    Ill-.y ,il:, I a v, n, .-l rt Ite rth\v..-t-

    Ti 1 '. und.i r C'.innnmi:danit .T:in
    Cr..i ;i '.. e'. :fl it!y tfulling b -k 1 f.i,r..
    thle :t',: ar:ci f th uth rir r,-li f ..!--
    U1fi i l21dl airte ',l 't-llitr;it.i ii W i l t' \ .
    ,it ;:t .'i,; .,-. \'!h artr r' tlrio bl l ,et' r
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    Advcl fromIlll *f'kii z ---y i tlbl IS -itl
    art-d Ka.ffir, left fkg, t hr; :uh.





    Olt- lwwgb frs' hnvi. during the night of
    April anrth f d were fltiid -. 'i a, sur-



    irtound r ,it the blsh wherel t hk ewtir
    Tihelo.4 mby an rgurniti -ioi e.j t n l .
    th, k lin, during 31. The Kth nifought f
    round in th, bu.h, where thl.y wcri


    tiu. killing 31. The Ka\tlrs fought
    stubbornly.
    Skirnmii.hes are reported at Biggar-.
    bwrg and in the Free State, mostly tw.
    tween patrols.
    A L'ady.mith dis watch aysi heavy fir-
    ing wasi hi:rd early this minrning in the
    dirtio.'(n of Sutliday. river. It contin-
    led for a f aw houri No details of th
    engau on ,lint have boen received.
    It i i xi. aod that the Boers will o.u
    deavor : '.tak.- and destroyv the bridge
    over th. )'ang rivt-r. Cai-quently.
    extrawrd inary precautions have been
    taken. A f force of I ioers is located 12
    miles ea-at. As a inatter of ftlt, the
    Bo.ers rai-tically again holl the Fre,
    StatIe ia.tward iof the -tilrasl l and are
    greatly .'w- niuira. 1iil their sn.cesses ati
    Roldddr-tburg aiitl Krni Sjoruitt.
    Advi fr a tim A''ria, Briti-th (Gold
    Cat Coiloiy, 100 htusa-rs has. started for Kuniassie.
    As thi b. Ay of troops -is oiirt.ed in-
    sufih-.i.-u, a ar'-er frfc, i f iti tg c-i ic'n-
    tratol d oi thl of int.erlanid. Kuni.sie i
    ,v'idpitlv iiinv ted. The A\-1tiinti hnve
    iapturtld i -,vra l r nttyi, ,tlih rs l uinot
    th'r f' n:ihcts. 'ihe riinig is prei ditng.

    Prisoners at St. Helena.
    ISl..\1) OF ST. HELENA, Aprilr 10.-The
    1Ni,,bn awil the Milwaukee have arrived
    here ix tth the Boer prisouer.. Thir
    hb-alth is gknid, with the exception "t
    fur ,ia-, of niasles, noce itat ing tihe
    M1ilwaukee belinug suara.ntined. The
    risoner.sarel quiet and well behave.
    hey will probSibly land Atitlorrr w. Th-t
    gov-rnor has twen Mititia.d if the debir
    of thi authorities that th, prisoner. lo
    treaty with every ciurt.-y al on i-l-
    erati U.
    TO CUItE A COLD IN ONE DAY
    rake Iu.ative' Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
    Jrugg-ts refund the money if It fall. to
    ruro-. I. W. urove's signature is on each
    tf x. 2dc.
    Our Moin's Spring Clothing is Ip-
    to.date in every way. The Jno.
    White label wouldn't be on them if
    they weren't. White'1.

    COMBS' CASE GOES OVER.
    Nothing IHeard From (;ranTd.Jury-Cat
    of State Offleers.
    F1:tNKrT T, Ky., April 10.-The hab-
    eas ,',ripus proceedings begun in behalf'
    of .rTaMlow Dick" Combs, one of the
    So. h, I ,. vaemts, came up in Judg (Ca n-
    trill's c.,urt today. County Attorney
    PoIN'grove pruented his answer to the
    petition .4' the pri-roner's counsel and the
    ,a.., went over until tomorrow, when it
    will be argued.
    Nort muchl is likely to be heard from
    the ad jury iut:il it comelctes its in-
    oesttgati-n or returns soni indictmernts.
    Judge Cantrill has forbidden the local
    newopapr mnun tDo sel out the nantesof
    witue-'s who are called to testify or to
    speulate upon the nature af the evi-
    dease w iver i
    To att ,rners fir l teh sides in the
    ,a-a.m- Inlmv,'!ini the statei th'e rs other
    rthe giVe r a- anud lientznnat t gcvernlr ir
    art' w.,rki ing n ant a-"rt4'itit-iut rui iIiiteC
    iti a ti;lo' rtu' in order toe,'ncu esr('dy
    a:i iani th.' cr.nll it c urt iaril c'nrt o .
    ne -s" -, e tlnat d ,t ou '., I, heia keno

    v rh" 'tltn S?.a?. '.rr'-o.urt at rh''
    i)ene'ghted worh ller tI estorplln.
    DeI-n",. April 1Ii.--Qui>en Victria


    thnr'ugh th' authorities h'.r, ha- in
    ftrmen.d the ,ctizr.ns of Dublin of h.-r d,,-
    light :it th, recerltioii ateorl,.d li.hr II-r
    maij, --y t.-mk h,.r '*u-t, *niary ir'iv, in hIt'
    '*hAIr i thi. vit'-r,,wal rniilndu l ti invrni.-


    An iHionewNl .Mle ine for lIa (Gri|>pp.
    (;e,. \. 'Waitt. of South (.Grdiner.
    Me.. say-: '-I have had the wor;-
    cough, cold chil s and grip and have.
    taken l,,ot of tr:nas: of in, acciount but
    profit to, t!i vetnd'r. I'!i:iitibertl.- iin s
    C('uti.i lt-iitedy is the only thin,, that
    ha;s dole any igooda whatever. I itave
    used ont-e ,eo cent bottle and thle ct.ill-,
    cold and g!rip have all le-ft me. 1
    eor:gratulate the nianufaic t er.n- f an
    lionest medicinee" For s.ale by Hani-
    iuh Bros. and a'l minedici i.e dealer-.
    SEE ROSS 'CO.
    ABOUT CRIIEENS.
    Crossett's Young America I'; shoe
    for young men, the best shoe in the
    world for the price, at White's.


    POORTN AUGARAGIN S W. A. NEAL PLACED ON TRIAL.


    LANDED IN COLOMBIA

    American Warships Hasten

    to Scene of Trouble.


    WAR SEES INEVITABLE


    I o-t.I I k 4 I' ,, ri.,r to I1 ->e.cl I o.tile
    lu\.'ijon- in .ilt <.n I ril i .il -i lo- il-
    il e- .1l,li\ (n-.' .it .Ani .iIan* ut.
    Aftklt' ii-u N HI N .ol ltl r i -tere.
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    lt. : r thet ,at.hitt.n
    .\<"t'> t.r. *1 thl N.ivy Al.i'n
    --. l; ,ir i IL ,l k ir 'w ti ,r,. w\ n y i .ii-
    t tr ;.,ii b e vt.-'n ihr t\" ev. n ist. but itca
    iw b, i.rv,, l .t t.' dc ),'i' r a i;> re ,,i o1 t' i
    t diir ,'i to o l--rve th-r c,,ndu't ,,f th,
    NJ' ;agira.uu ment ,xp.tdith ,1.g
    Tl'e Aml ri,'an iunni-i''r ,, ,< osta Riw'a
    ant, Niegrantona dicr.lth trnroopanders at
    tl,. Ptiladelphiatl tiuoi Detrhet arte acting
    ,i4d-r itistruetion-i.h to preserve the pxiwc'
    .f ('**itrral A.iiiricu by ve ry proper
    alieai !s.
    I "i.in uii is n ot far fr.n i th- s utheru
    bunnitry -of C',sra Rica It hia.; been
    helieved byv the authorities that the ten-
    sin between Nicaragua and Coasta Rica
    was very much reduced as a result of the
    goux oftiw.s of Mr. Merry, and the San
    Jo.se government, apparently thinking
    thter- was no further danger of hostili- t
    titi. bItgan to discharge the troops ha-
    lily l-vied and tot reduce the guard. In-
    formation rexcived here is that the Nic-
    aragua expedition was carried to Chiri-
    qiui by the Nicaraguau transport Momio-
    tollmb, so that the movement in relar d't d
    ais ia goernment one for which Nicara-
    ma cannot aviid the responsibility. In'
    soiwi '.unarters it has beenit looked uponi at
    a ilihnitering expl'dition intended to aidl
    th,' r.volutionit ii Cololmbi against iii
    tfh B 'g >t; gitvern:u'-ut. It wa- p iinted
    .*::. h w,.v,. r, that the -at of the, rtevo-
    lu'l.ii in t l b lia is in the. -'ite u Pan-
    Iinia and not in Chirwiqi.
    Ti ,ere i r *i 'i t, beli 0 v. C .-t;Ia ica
    wIl.s avi- 1 Of B tht'. ia; 4f the Ni'P-
    raMt1:1:i > xi;edtitio, anld rho infor ln>ti i1
    liit h:iv -h b ..,n iv,'ii to C oimiin ndt-r
    -;iu i.:in Keniiely of the D-tr.,t by rlit
    i' a Ki.-i,'n authoWri'i,.-. If t' nb i
    t +r!:i:i,',1. th* lf il !1114 ,f thi ,*\t <'.;lh,;!
    an'! aVlow .'!,.- r .- i::. t,, u-' t-
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    ;,>.l r'.un.m d fr dih nn -' a .illit tlhl
    i; ,;i >tu f IVT n i t.
    thavir; bl.tii i'ef 'e f h,, L::ilin;
    of t0 ,,.Spel v' i iO .i '.irl ,::1i. i 1- r.
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    KILLING OF OBIE THARPE.:


    I ,' ::.'Y. Ala A, ir .A I -tte-r
    t'r K. i a !tl II n In I< 1 1hv.i ,',,0unty
    reli, t tim' tatl'ts .f til killi. ut Obi-..
    T ': if- t thatt r ,i ;: p
    F. I Thmitrp,, it (. ir;:an. lt..ii 'i 'r
    ,if ra -.ilr ,.Li <,l stru,.-rim 1 Ii0 11 -,-
    novi. A. numni itr oif igr',g lit- i'r. rcanl ,.
    into, the eamp and sltart'd a r,,-v among
    Tharie'> wo rkinn,. and he, acompatn-
    ild lby his ai si.iant and nelphi'w. Obie
    Thiarpi, order l t1i ti to leave, where-
    upin th, ae groes showed fight. Tharpa'
    and hi is nephew went totethler to te t
    coniniis.sary and secured shotguns As
    they left the building Tharl-w walked
    around It oun one ide and his nephew,
    unknown to ahimn, started around in t the
    other side. When he reached the rear
    of the' store. Tharpe, s.eing a nian with
    a gun) ooniing upon him, fired, and a
    minute afterward realized hbe had killed
    his nephew.
    Obie Tharpe had been his uncle's ward
    and constant companion since he was 10
    years old, and the uncle is alnist crazo-d
    with grief.
    Cramps, Dysentery, ('holera Morbus,
    diarrhea, and, indeed, all bowel
    complaints quickly relieved by
    PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-K ILI.tEI a safe,
    sure and speedy cure. for all the
    troubles named. Every r-putable,
    druwgist keeps a supply. Each bot-
    tle has full directions. Avoid .ub-
    stitutes, th-re is butionoe ':in-Killer,
    Perry Davis'. Price 2.' and .owc.

    We make Clothing to order, and
    re-res;-it M. Horn 4'o,.. ('hica-,,.
    thle ,rrveatr-t mn-ro-hait tailoring ,' i
    corni itI the world: sati-if-i'ti n aridl
    p,--fect fit gu1aranit '.tii. Wtl.it'-.


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    FLY sC'I-FI-:Ns.

    We aim l to L.av' all g (d( on -:,t-
    thiorougnly reliable., because th-i re i-
    -uch a things, as 1-fiaintainiiiW ti-
    ,:ra.de all along tt'e line. a!nd no, inat-
    ter how low an article rintiy b,
    priced at this store you c:-H r-.ly ,on,
    its quality at all times. We keep
    onIly what we can recommeui nd. and
    we recommend only what we know
    is tru-tworthy. When we tell you
    the merits of a purcha-e you can
    rely on the assurance. White' .


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    AN INTERESTING SUIT FILED.
    mlllit of Southrri lliivY ,t Op erttr
    the Slouith ':rollini ( onteoted.
    E'..,i. i S.!>. S. t.. April 11. Th.
    final lUApers in the cat'e of ell & DaitV
    again-t the Southt-rn Railway co-niypa
    were tihld last week. This ca.*- luvolves
    the right o)f the South-.ru to own. % lai
    or operate the Sourh Carolina aud Geor-
    gia railroad. Under thli act of 197 nDo
    Srailr.nx in the state cun own, lease or
    operate a competing line of road; and
    the road o owning. leasing or operating
    a competing line ha.. to lay a penalty of
    $100 dollars a day for every day it owns
    or operates the competing hne. T. h
    iSouthern secured control of 'he South
    Caroliin and I ieorgia rad in April. 1%40.
    The cam- will not. t'w heard probably
    before April, 1V)02, thus making the
    Southern libhle. to tfine of $tl0 a day
    for two year-, or 730 dayi, which means
    a tot.dl it ;:t .oi .
    SECRETARY GAGE'S REPLY.

    lie Send- ,Stt.,iemen'ut tuo lu-oe lelautive
    to War leviume.
    WA Sll.oTov, April ll. In r, ply w
    th.- li bou '- lir. utoi n .-ki f,,r inif lrml.-
    ti,-n re-lativ- ti o he \\.iir r \.tinu.- tiax.
    S.tcrttary of .i,. Ti ,.-i..i:v (I .ag himas .-ug
    a c.im ire.h-ni iv- rpi- r i m a rh'- -. ubj.-t
    to, th..' h ,'. F or tit i, t ..l t ,-;:r n*i tuli
    h.a.">i t,o(> i>tt le',t inm g ..1i 'it'- ia;rA.-I ur-
    [ilu., of a ;0.00, 0 M >. Frth' fi-e iml Iear
    ,-iid nt. Juni4 3to,. 11l)1. thi r,.-.' iio, s .r u
    rit- ati d at t1.,i,o s ~a. while tilie sur.
    pIlu. ia plaedI at $'.aM><*.o.uoati. InternAl
    r,-v.niue tix. t rc-.iv'el iunde-r war rvre-
    nut ai't of Jnune 13, I s9i. aiI|1,i articleei
    not hi'rrtofo re taxed, for tfisval vyer l9?).
    wv,'r 4L724,5-440.O4. and f,-r the ftir4
    rin months of the present ti'aul year
    e.iiding March 31. $3:3.331o.70'.4.
    l.a Gripp Succetssfu'ly Treated. i6-
    "I have just recove-red from the
    Second attack (of la grippe thi.ypar.'
    says Mr. Ja.s. A. Jones, publi-hier of
    the Leader, Mexia. Texats. "In the
    latter case I used Chamberlain's
    Cough Rtmedy, and I think with
    considerable success, only being In
    bed a little over two al;yys, against
    ten days for the former attack. The
    second attack I am sati-fled would
    have been equally as bad as the flri
    but for the use of this remedy an I
    had to go to bed in about six honr-
    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 Hannah
    Bros. and all medicine dealers.


    Croaett celebrated $3 and $3.10
    Shoes, at White's.

    Preacbmr'CormmltA Sule'ide.
    SANTA BARBARA,Cal., April 10.-News
    has reached here that Rev. Dr. Josepb
    Hemphill crmamitted suicide nar Bal-
    lard by blowing the top of his head off
    with a shotgun. He is believed to have
    tben temporarily insane. A wife and
    five children are left almost penniless.
    -_------ *
    Annual .Mleetng.
    Pirrsm-t'R, April 10. The annual
    imneeting of the stockhoilde'rs of the Pitt-
    burg., Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis
    Railroad company was hldl here today.
    The annual reports shows gr.',oss earn-
    ings 41.1t:6,S1;.7;;; ,.exp nss,. $15,2Mi,.-
    -,;!,t: ne-t earmi g". t. .,'t.N<.547.1 i.
    "lie that seeks flinds.' He that
    ;:tke'- Hood's S-are:ipnrllt fitidls In
    it-i ins pur., rich 1l.od i .and cqonle-
    qie-uitly iloid he-alt!:..

    N'.w -;,rin'i-it rrival- in -i lk .N-ck-
    w Jri, a;t \W hiit-'.


    OI l SAI,I- 4
    A' a llar;a'n on I-;A.v Terms.
    Sw''+It IInflt I.r in. -ttituated in th
    ti.ititrf.i'ttitring vallhi.; of Allen.
    'ily Co.. Hr i.te St..te: T-nns of
    -,l1-: 1'' cr- it-- f ,r *l gr :a-a- ; t i-
    *,i'-'''0i': 7'10 1 -- i i'irl-n e-t tl- v;lni-
    -.i -f -;mil property. Proceeds to
    ,.- i .-. ...-1 to l -it "l. i B F,, i' ,r c'ii I tr- a;tpplv t,, ;Iaz -it. i
    \V .- I 1 \.-I EA' I: \ e-I'.

    Wie will soo/ re "ei'e e a
    line /,t of pattent I Wr/idow
    aivninfs, wft't "w'r /hiem.
    IIIarsStolln <' Finch. |

    DURHAM Cigars have
    no equal. For sale at,
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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


    HANNAH BROS., Special Ae tsi-
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    PERSONALITIES.


    CharleqlHe~nry Gl,-.flt.e'ke cper of a
    lfgbtbouse on Nanloit ul.e4t sj',tltc.
    *a Wary (Pf $1 a ye-ar.
    Frederick It. Burnloain. I!,(- Anie-r~itn
    scout who won 41ci:,-?li~t Iin :i Ii.e NIMaui-
    bele war, is wsio h e lhihcrsin
    bouth A frica.
    Arrbhishinolo ti Oti~f Ch;,i 812 Went
    to the wcene 41f hiots Irisc':o la' eomrs in
    WCO. tuah-tiz the' trip freion -NcW York
    tw sta-e and -ste':tiIthe-a.
    Mrs. Alt iiander II'Lappoii-'tnie. W it en-
    tervill Sir Wnlte'z' Sc jzt*':.- t','t \ l'e at the
    alre of lit; and %%I, %AII M.t'JLntat Allbitoi-
    ford whe'nlie' i.,lcl. r--4-- nil-%d.**'cl at
    Kiirk hill.


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    o nly tof tt A'k I :II 'Or* ,'I' I :ci q 13"'00 ide


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    :ewelry in rtci style. J. 1.


    DR. MELLEN -HAS- RESIGNED.
    Retiree; Front C('a:r of (.r.eck anti 111s
    tiir3 It* Univer-!ty of Tennessc.ee.

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    N' v I t; A".. jr;: 1 o.-Thu ii:

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    vva.,; ~ tr~i-df .r hus Viertin thet' re..'kzuog I If
    W .4 1 It ic i w i ts ico t -a F4-1.::rii0 of ti .
    a"' me' twvi v-a.'a1'.1g. ptIoting hi'. appeal
    mn':de'lih-.Zt, U in th,, army. .le is. now
    A:41i-t uie. e-'eu fcr,-'ner inl,4 ill the 'Phil


    L4i \ it".. April III -The Nirthday oif
    Rev. Wulliamt ?' 4thifthe Salvelt'jeoii
    Arnmy, whn wa' lImt-uo at No'etringham.
    Eniziand. April 10. w'i'. w-signah&lizi
    t"Kdav'by ILc 'rt-.t-ijtlio!, 4 .n'orf i ( f" -u-cl
    gTa-'lilatt. .r I9N t'fnc cifl 301, i-t~

    III11im 3:3 eof Aro.
    fl',71Ki1.i.:. Ca.. A .;.ril Vi. 'Mrs.
    P~h. ..'ttA. Hearc~ a ei't." c
    ma non-Urn(If art ati~l i'an tt


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    .11-. c nitrlv i -ft..4the b I-,kmiwt
    Ionki mkr- in 'N- w 'Y..rk,. is- 1'I.td it N it'dvl-
    v~a1!ut iu-Rhizii'. (it'rioiauv.y :3". 11).
    kenttmcky Re'pubellcan, tip Me~et.
    o i I-\ 3111'. April 1 t. -The.tH-puhR
    'ii-nIrt- central("ll 'in.itrv 1tt-1 i--ue'fd it
    nlf.r it -tate i'v,"iv:till tI i1'zille'therte
    May 17.
    c om~maodio~re 1114310 Deadl.
    W ueIuAh'to .A'-ril ]oi L'i ctminitirop
    W~illiamiK. NMa\ui. 1'. S.N., retu'e-d,
    ihc'd Iat bi-.;home' in thi- city Ilat night,
    tgogd 'Yvars .
    Ohio IBanke~r Failc..
    (7i.jxu",iaro. 0., Aj rol l.-R4 ionhardt
    & (7 .pri'vat. baktw i' ec-weeo it., die ro. at

    APHORISMS.


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    ITEMS OF INTEREST.


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    Ely's Cream iBalmi

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    COLO IN HEAD
    It opn awl t9hlil't-e Na-dIa~;g
    A lt- 1lau1jiioiaiitioli. Il'.i!- .tM11! otet
    ti- ~! lIwcianeIc'. t~-topro- te .ic*.cf'
    ;oA' ~ l~- i.hkfrgp .- zt. 5ev. :at 3 ii ig., -t_ 1),I1,
    ai a mu r ia bze- IW'b vniptil.
    o; ~1 arren !t; cut, % vu '' k

    sabeProfeasorg IForem~gIAt.

    wljoids l~the clt:! !r oritmt ernatlt~iwal
    law in the St. [tc ur~urilersity
    aall is a freqo;uenit lejor. se:o 1:13 'ce pfth
    cza r in 'u:ocouncticls tot'inwu:otit, is
    Utet atRusstian citizen. nor t'~vtu n Rui-
    slan Subject. but a Phtio-o)Ic 61-1-1r1:111.
    lie is a1 nota idelol.hiisnt .1141 d nu~tho.,
    and n athe Vuueztielaa:1rbit ration cou-
    furi'nCe 113 P.1zo't. %% 1ucTV !-V I icad theude-
    v'j'1e fl of thecl Iiit5j'. lie had a
    Ieit'a,:atlt t'io.ii (in f :iilorvsi,3Ig eicl
    i~lt'lgflt&'Aillois iwa kl:Iaozvo~. One cof

    pro(fe~ssoir -, as ~a I'de i44keop uptiphis
    lmovx 14'!;ze of So 111:11l1Y tl~h'4411'tnPi
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    ~ *!l!'rlIV placed inl .4.hr.aclv~es. :as
    c1:o N.i- no.lt 1ikk.1% IaI v::'.tf. lo"
    deri,),l :o shot jImpll Jo r~whid. 1.1\c al-
    rn-!a 1'v b-4n vI--II v, 141034l'fe' .l i I; lI :i rric'a'l.i
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    i n :Z c fima ,-I tlhe cefet of a spoli lntt'liul
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    KIDNEY DISEASES

    are the most fatal of a~lldis-
    eases.

    IS KINEY CURE IsIi
    FOLEY OurnsitedRuemed


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    to)'hi i oc're-.ent i. Ola ,.' ;o
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    She Made it Like Starch.
    It Is r;-ui ti...t : lre:u-. with the
    pl)rea o i' :i ., -, i.!:io\l ld;e :l l i:u-
    proved u, <......i ::.;! "' t. ;;, i l ip. r-
    stith i,, are : ,. :. .; ll ".. .


    "lT, :, y we : II!" i- :" ,:lU .1, hi :!' .: val-
    t(. th:i;n th.. f a1:; '. 1' p1ort fr in

    no li-hlit ll;Itt r I t .' i11 !'-1:la' to pIr-
    scril'e f,"r i;nt's x '.'U .i,>i as. ;Is ti., f,1-
    lowinz will sh'nw:
    "If it's ilazin to, y'r h:onnor. I'tmi '.:, ,
    to ax for a Ipottle." said an 4oH1 wim;Ian.i.
    "I \v tuk that I.a"'l last uig,.t I
    thought thle life 'iu'd lve ime."
    After (ue inquiry Into her symptoms
    slho was ,-ziven a picket of arrowroot.
    with mInute directions how to prepare
    It. As slie scarcely seemnied to take
    them In. a happy thought struck the
    lady. "You know how to make starch.
    don't you'" she asked.
    "Yes." said the old woman.
    "Then make It just like that," said
    her friend, "and add a little sugar to
    It."
    The old woman departed, to return
    next day with the Information that
    she was like to die after atin wl::it
    Miss Norah gave her. and, with all (I:o,
    respect to her. she wouldn't get it all
    down; it wint so n'inst her.
    Shie wvas reiiust.4,l to tbring what re-
    rnaineil fir inspection. which revealed
    that the ,!ir, e i.i na as to starch'li l
    been lierally 'arrir1l ,iut. She had put
    blue in it.-<'i'rnhill iMagazine.
    C( me a runiiniyi.r, for t!'" last. !,it of
    th'sc- inobhby pearl Alpine Hat ; at I0r
    Cent- only la;t-d a wet k : 2.7, dozen
    Il i- I .J -t1 r r-.iv d., But thet-v w n:'t
    I -t I., NV. W lIir '.'.

    FO1-'1: S\il-
    A. t a, l';> inl. 7' acr- 30 unvtdr
    feiio ,uTn c!iltivatio .n, tlho. lil:ni.ce.
    Woiwdtll:(3 -t ,1 Inile' north of (,'or-
    J. v;! t'ark. ;t:ol -; o: in t l ; ', iai n
    .aln l t\\,, -;,tlin '; i.e x',, i i",r
    further i tfr"'.. in. ::'. 'y to \V. R.
    I) ,- i.!-- ,!> to o '.-e o:;' .1. :. I tUi li,.
    -i eli & F .<... i'v. l'.'hoiiii1

    No better Cigar for
    the money made-DUR-
    HAM--at D'Alemberte's
    vervf: rur : i:: spi inz u:id,-rw,;ar at

    We will I.tii li r your -p;rteiad for
    15 vI '!;!;- l't '!) :111ti( in sl!-" tl Ill look
    like new St:t La ut:dry.

    aKo refrigerator on fihe
    imar'ket can equal th ose sold
    byf Marston Fin ch. Call
    and see what beauties they
    are.


    EVERY P DIO'


    for Infants end Children.
    The Kind You lHave Always Iought has borne tle .
    ture of Ciha. 11. Fletcher, and hmas been made n ndt r ..
    personal supeervis.ion for over 30 years. Allow ini ,,.
    to deceive yon In this. Counterfeit%, Imitation," ;,,
    6*'Ju.t-a-gsood" iare but Experiments, and endanger the
    health of Children-Exlwrience against Experiment.

    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    Bears the Signature of






    In Use For Over 30 Years.
    TM eCC"au" compao m M 'V mav OTN9T. mne OWN 9cTP




    Chase. H. Tu-rner,


    +ARCHITECT*.


    -AN--


    General Contractor,


    I~n il !::.; :*., .i : ..:. M .m:, : .-I t: t S ..:. i -.'* i :i P l:;!:m t,:1 -' :.: .,


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

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    'Tiili.: .fA l K\H I 0 !-. 1; h ITu r;. ; . :.! .i;-,:..> .A;;i ..a.
    Hot WV.t:-,r ,a. 1 < i- ixtuite-.


    No. 19 S. Palafox St.


    :: Telephone No. 345.


    ---THE--




    Citizens National Bank

    OF PENSACOLA.


    L. HIfILTO 0(R E EN.
    1-1 H ,- : N-'r.
    F. E. NVE L T 'AS.
    V; L. I.-- PR E I' N'.


    J,HN F. PFEIFFI.
    R. MI. I[SHNELL.
    ADIREC. TORS'A
    DIRECTORS:


    'T. E. WELj!T-' -;* WMN. FISHER.
    (iof Fl. I."~. Sat'i-A & U-..
    K. J. N%* 1i'Al".1 AIR E. J~OHV F. PFEIFFER,
    1.. HL t, oN ; nE E-N.


    A General


    i ,f iMipd1ici I)e h at If~ i I I

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    Buyers to Buy


    Choice Family


    GROCERIES


    -1I Ar-


    The Well-Known,


    Up-to-Date


    Store


    JEHTZ & CO.,

    ::-120-122-c::-
    E. Government Street.


    MlORRIS1"M i. I


    Banking Business Transacted.


    Ye>ly'Ar' tr( ts Handled on Favorable Tern'. ?.
    C hlr Dlought and Sold, ColUcti-:
    romptly Attended To.

    ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





    The Star Laundry,


    .'i l BI RiY OiF IET FLORID '


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    Our Address
    i- lway.- a-ked for !. :
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    OERTING & CO.


    ) -!,E1A LF R45 IN

    ~ Ch~n1I yan d General Hardware

    6")3 AND) 605 S [T. L'ILA(MSYNICUT.


    R.EVER~E COPPER ('fMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINW-4
    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH88L&8MON' 4" '

    Civa 6ril a ~ il 11ifoMP l A E i, W ri i, S irsETC.r, 1

    CIApn for I C 1




    ThY THE NVVA' WAIT 1eOLWMyV!


    or money refunded. Contains Smoke DURHAM Ci-
    remedies recognized by emi- gars at D'Alemberte's.
    nent physicians as the best for suits for ihe little fellows, with
    Kidney and Bladder troubles. Double Bre -ted Fancy Ve-,t, the
    PRICE 50.a d $1.00. cutestthin .- that ever happened. at
    W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. --








    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 1900 3
    o- .. . . . . .


    SENATIOI. I'oURTESY


    ,antains An.m:cable Relations
    Eetw-.een Pan~ics.


    J'(J9~I kN'VT III: I)l(TATOIII I..1

    ~ ~.'.im ie.-ti~rds of senate.
    Ir..a nen il% %. *-citu 1De mor n ft14
    _,*. ..1'Bptitil icni t, Bnuin-I h.'
    It* 5 m.?


    T- ~ ..
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    'CER


    IS NOT

    I UflI IR A IS


    Tir.c wai w.ier. Cancer was cor-.idere.-d s incurable a. le:: v A, T--
    Phy-: : :.* fr'e-: s could :e little re::-.; or c; r..r. : .....:
    e ,v*h' 1 his "h:s terri :'I' ; ] ::: n4w .:I : w -, :,,) r: -: :. Tr this fearful maladv while admitting it to be
    a '. .-.,. t<-vy st:.ili.:t that ti-re i. i. hope ] outi..e of a suric I-.:--r:. n. and advise you to have the Cancer cut out,
    l.,:t at th, s.:.e ":::e cannot a-sure y,,u that it wiii not r.-turn. Y : :t.vay c':(: or draw out t.:e sore, but another will come in
    :2. c r t.he :- ... -.-st ,yn T-;a..strs. fTh }h ot i:iut ',t- piuri:.l a:1. s:;: i: .'..:e.:e 1, the svsteit: relieved of all poisonous, effete
    t...1"'- :,,r," the Ca:ct;- .-r.re ill hleai'.
    S ," s :he nly dicd:cine that can overcome this' powei.rf'l and c,,ntam:!n.tin.- poison and force it out of the blood. It
    e t-...: .1 .. : 0te the ,.. and -,;p i-, nve r:c.1'1. ;:ft-givi'n- bl,,i. S S. is a purely vegetable renmedv no mineral
    ,I h, ,:l:.J ::: th"le ro ts and herbs Itrrn \h:ch it is male contain iwcrful purifying properties that act dircctlv upon
    .:*..! -'. -'-*-'n a:di x::ake a ,ale .1.' pt'rtinanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousand,, why not you?
    Ca:.cer :- :: it al~ a--, inherited ; y>'ur family may be free from any taint, yet your blood may become, so po)lluted that a severe
    -o Blood Invites Disea and stublurn for of the disease may
    a "AMD i 5- develop froni a S+re or ulcer onil vour tongue
    N -oI i ss or other ptrt of %iour body a slight bruise
    or hurt, a little pimple on the eyelid, lip
    S- -;:... -:> : I: t..- w ,,r 're .,. a harmltssi lki...: w: rt or mole, and other cais. (,) insignificant as to attract
    S:: : v. .-i -*.-:i,.Ie 1ore, ..,:: t r:v. upon savess tr luti:m'ents to cure it- begin with S. S. S.
    at .: : : : ::. ,,. : the fi : :.. o n tc..Y;,'.-rou- u .

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    " ' -" -. ." -' ,l:tair.s :; r, iv n ,r: i:.i ,. tha.t % : 1 interest


    KIOWr3 BIIOS,


    HEIIBERE BROS. g CO..


    GENERAL INSURANCE SE GO CMS


    -%-N D-

    Real Estate Agents,
    PFNlACOI .. VLA.
    RVEPKFZEKNr TWENTY-TWo~ oF THE
    Lf: kIJ ( FIRE. LIFE. MARINE.
    ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLA'IE
    *11LASS AND STEAM BOILIEJ I.N-
    ?U.AN ; c'OMPAME< . .. .


    LI : AssaUrCe Societ ofi the

    U40tAC! s,


    Palafox Street.

    Pensacola. Florida.

    *0TGOLAY-(

    Grist and Corn Meal Mdills,

    If. F. GONZA16EZ &Co., Prop s,
    n iun fac' -.


    P'inrou-7-' ilont.Iruo ut..' rv. for !b..ro* :
    IAV-' v l"r "", -.. U ,- ''.N %. .,r Mosl and
    istl.k 1" Ifoon t~i H- I:, Vamifacturer.
    fori L,,- i 1:l o m4 % ii Ir*' t~mo Itluq..


    S ,t -. r a all'". f;"'mor:n i::o:n o :I'' I thev
    " .. C .:. r .nI:J .: ,l(.I heasett.. Wt-e mak, :o charge wv hat-
    S.\,iIr-s. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA.


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    I -3n tried and fire tes-
    .d D'Alcmbaete sells
    , them.


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    'Ili.~.Afz'.ars i' rI.a~tetheir barnes
    ill: '.t i,,. in n ar-4i:Jei4-f wealt.ini
    ini th.irl4t r Nmus arv tl..ir Swi~i-

    The W41 .y.4 1the.'Am..!tL i-IWihirimlnt
    ajll' t 1it11.'~ W [,nit lxnha 's tw, di ifl
    La ,- NIin .utoi- i iigiteit mrneaure

    Th a re M5fjooflncre~s of Wt' t eatti-
    Iif..:..i % %~ithin the c,x0ibxliws of tile Yoi-
    imiilit,, (.'Iluct ii Gumt vud Sequoia aa-
    ti..:a! pu.rls ,of ('alifiruiA.
    Tl'w d' lqxth Into 4-f I 'ublin iq CfitI-ijil
    t .,-i~lx' a ,' ,X1it v. Rbecrt ly it ha's
    tiiSi 1:11iti K:a I it In thje w..r'st of .%,I-i
    Hut. low -.
    t'.i. 1,I ii.A *S!iTqi the wny 111"11 or
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    I.:;:iii d.'I.~. it.I~g f scent-, and


    i.* i ,-r 'ir'i i x. : ulto o l l inuItr 'ate Awake.' Illn u..l,;t, I. : i t ,I [ :
    i!:iy rrlq iiio ti all tih thoil~i ht that can
    l A mnian (f p .i .antl.r ;,ii( i :I
    I,. ;ivt'u llt hil. .A ll t e l ell and w o Diotu e t to ,:..taote ii :ik;h..
    hiavo'e all th'3y o:u n di to properly per- sand ie. Vl.. 1 aNi'ti .: i.r ons i,,
    flitli their pliats. If a manager is an i Correct in ani.er., ju. like men.?"
    ea-y going lnau. catinlg little for dis- -- 'Ash:gt, ,.Star.
    .'ilrline., he soou gets to the end of his Hi Guiding Star.
    v.areer. You may be sure there is no Clarissa-Clareuce, you had better
    business that Is carried on li a more write your offer for my baud to pa on
    businesslike way than is the play- your typewriter.
    house, and when the fun Is on in the Clarence-Why, dear, that would be
    front those behind the scenes are care- bad form.
    fuLUy watching to see that no hitch oc- Clarissa-Yes. Clarence, but it would
    curs and that every one is ready to do make pa think you were full of business.
    his part at the proper time and does -Chicago Record.
    it properly when the time ctuwes."- -
    Wazhiugtou Star. Medical 8n set), At(e? tion
    HuskLans CoInars. There will be a regular meeting cf
    A prophet iudeod las not, onor In hbs the Pensaccla Meditcal Society at
    o\' c,,:try'. An gl|lsh utltln the Board of Health offie, at t
    wow cL.:nitry. An En.ish gethi.nan o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 24.
    who l:i]had go. to l:Init. ing tour. tinding himself in need of iuvit'd to attend.
    boI,t.s in order to be.-dile a hlravy hour D. W. MCMILLA X MX. M. D.,
    or two.. s'.i'ped1 into a bookstore of Predident
    I:us-kin's village i and asked the lady at- E. F. BRUCE, M. D..
    tetil:ant if sh hail iany of the thinker's 8(cretary. 25mt
    i. ,k s Yt.- ." r:e r p lkb d "' T h e r e .. . .
    wv..er solo(. but they wVere not often Do youbliev all you rad in the
    .v ,.. phper-? Exaggerations in advertis-
    a ed r. i t in g may attract pa-sing attention:
    HIli. ,,obtain,.l thiI lIok ho de.t!red. but we are not seeking p-'ssiii- at-
    I' nask. li her l:it sh.e.t tLsnliht of the tentiin. We're looking" for perma-
    ;r.':nt c;rtic ndi.l t.achir. lvhr ideas of nent customters. White'.
    I ski' ('s p i'r-ii tlity were v' ry vat -
    ,,.:I. :I I,,i x r:'.;..t <, OW t e '.1.u,,1 : t tl.>t toI. p'o ile No. s North Palafox Street.
    nl.-, :t: ;!,':' A dil tiot S4-tIi to trouble
    1,,uh 1t,;btt hiun. A.s for herself. she MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
    o;.\ l:. w '!!I as *"tlie 1 old ,ethrni:ia MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
    v.l .iii y bad a cdkl u L ilar once V-ic< i ultnur. Violin anid 'lano, Ieipsi,
    ,.i." yysten : also (iuitar. Banjo and Mando;li.


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    Ain ill t- %%:MnI-. a .....r Lm


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    DURHAM Cigars are


    I.~s. tllnu ~Inltn ii.1 .1'the finest 5 cent smoke.
    Try them at D'A~lem-
    ()ira anev4'r .-tuireberte.'s.
    thtappeal tti th~mive wo E POMETIF E
    i&aV't!':It '',iiogiey -hould buiy
    -worth."' Whitte's. Ring up 3S~2 or call At the ofthop. I
    -- INorth Palafox street, when1 in
    ('all itor State Convention, need of a carpenter. B. 6). Hoff mav,
    "2 ra 'at' Pmrsrnn' Cn1. 74141 Btizines;; Asznt of the ('arpenteor's
    7" 0.It-lto Jacke.O vrlit-. fon -itr :aniidJoitiirersl Un ion. will fu rn ish 'a. u
    IA. .with the de~airudc help on hort no0-
    Tbe dpnin( -att ic vp t, y fit !.-s? t I ?. (f ''' i,ir- :;Co. ie5.
    .'.'iI :.~Iav Ju~nelio. at L., [ u~loonf.'i h

    Ii !i ,at 14 4'-ital t1--imocrat ficia'tili4.'!t:,.. ov, (t)n;&fortable and durable-
    IIdATK Z&V-'as4 "(oM . 'i4"IV 4,.ViiC: to -

    .7"mr' Stnitot,. Attrnv.iay-(i.'n.ral surnmer U.'se. t(" (di at Mars-.
    oizIuti~;ornc or~prii fldIAit.i- ;,on k Finch's andlse I e c
    ubrur.'. a Itailtouint ( oniituls'.iatior f-or iii'
    !rinof yor%.boar Prs-%irisntiai El-t':'one.
    HI mli .ar alt.'rniati'. t ~ t,.d tlr it-

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    t,-.l irj:*tr-- to thbe coinve'eia io uvon t iw
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    THE BEST HEEIt -tIO IN
    PENSA'COLA.

    Dannlieisser Bro-.,
    AGENTS.
    A': E i 5' M. Fc8 r .: T

    The Jug Trade

    Is Our Specialty.
    Pr,:mpt Dtliv-ry a:i .- : -ftct1io?.
    it:uaranteed.

    Dannheisser Bros.,
    4,'1 soouthl :..fx s:..
    P!,o:.e No. 11'N. P. 4). Box 2"1.
    Railroad Exclhan; Ponae 2-3.


    FOR STEAM DIVIsION it it, t Ii.. oommuunitv mtita his'n %,.,I i:i e an
    eLN.S 10)LA Ii.ECRIC TERMIN A I w hw''. 'ntr:tout.rtoycr -r .rp-rt
    1tAIllWAY COMPANY.
    Trc~nqln. ay.' Pt'nacola for te1 It PaOFESIONAL CAK-r.s
    tNiytoi, 1Pj;nitto Haac.'bWarrington, AV- ------. ----
    e,3, m.m 'ar-:l'.'at IFocr, itarrancas 7:1U ,.lu Dr.Ma rce!IU5 (fle(reary.
    I a xii. arr,iat Fortlinrranca.s I i.n.:,;
    p. '.i. arriv.. at Fort 1arrancam 1::4.5 p iii
    9 p. i au ,ait F'ort tinirauiten : '.)I:*1p) a'uifl
    .'.ai~rrio. at k crt Bxrrancxse7: Io' p iii PEl ILjau EndLU uz o.
    '' p:u.uu lvi '~ I~ 't arrarcas 01.45 p.:vi'
    urn lt.ai. i.Fort barrauca~i fr PontiI:c .u.. Io,. 's'm:I
    7' A. 17. m r ,At Pen-ac(Ola .. ... 415 fa. iD 0.'. I'A.''. s 1...' 1 oi
    ni. arr~- ~.At 1-usneolsa........ 1:i, p. nlat m.. r- .1''i
    1:-40 II. -rive #It Pensmeola ......... -_:_5__._
    P III &Ar['!v-at 1ina ot .. pxIII
    p, ni. ar. zvo- at Veasacola ....7 :1r,0 R.ca C.n; -m
    11:4 l. riv.at PC assJOS.a........ V:b; wD .WmC.JE B B Y
    *saarrnysonly.
    :: :,ktI I.-.t:.l't, I".. .' OFFICE-Hanzah Bros.' Drug Store.
    SUNDAY aCHZnrrDZ.


    Leave Peansoia. Lv Fort Barraneas.
    SFA. u. 1) a. m.
    11 A. Fu 12 m.
    1 p. m p. m.
    Sp m 8 p.m.
    1p.m 5p.m.
    4 !n 6p m.
    5p.m p.mn.
    ap.m. Tp.m.
    PARK OR WlIK DAYSt.
    I'ensaoos to Fort Barrances and return 46e
    Penqacola to Navy Yard and return...... Me
    Pensaoola to Palmetto Beach and return 16e
    FArBr OB MUNDAY
    ?ensaoola to rt Barraneas Navy
    I ard and return ....-e
    Pemnsoola so Palmeto Beoh and
    return liae
    No freight received after 3:Ui p. m.


    LODGE DIRECTORY

    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    Pensacola eodge, No. 3. K. of P.
    meets every Monday even-
    ing at N at Cas'.le Hall
    In Ilutchinoon hall. W'st
    Int"ndencia strr-t.
    S'i0ting bretbreu cordially
    welcomed.
    H. JI DF.VI .K.
    H. HORSI.tR. C.
    K. R.& 8.


    W. 0. W.
    Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
    World.
    M.'.'t% tlrst and third F'rtday night In
    Pvh 111month. VisitingK sovereigns cordi-
    tily it. vtId. -W. W. WAT.sON,
    S. R. "THAMr-;. C14rk. C. C.


    1FR.IDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree

    Win. H. Marean, M. D.,

    Homieopatbic Pysiciian a urgnm,
    Late of Ocala t'la.,
    Offers his professional srvlces '-) tbhe gill-
    seas of lPenswaCola.
    Espeial attention given to ta.r treatment
    of Chronic tisesoew and li-'.ase. of
    Women and Chlldrtn.
    Thirty Yoer. s'ractice in tb Mouth.
    OtDce Hours:-V a. m. to I. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
    ReAdenee Phone No. So.
    Rernt.Rlount RaldIlnI-RKnom A

    Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

    DENTAL SURGEON,
    isu0mic Tmpli. Phom 34.


    GRND EASIER BA[!
    To be (iiven By
    HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H.,
    4)dd F.'llows Hall. Warr.nxtun.

    Monday, April 23,1900.

    Tickets )50 cents. lIad le-4 Frep. Free
    Transportation on Dummy.


    E3. IBTERSE
    o--PROPRIETOR OF--o

    CRONIeS SALOON
    --DIEALER IN--o

    Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cipars.
    JUG TRADE A SPFlTAT.TY.
    Coiner B~lmnont and Devilliers Sta. PENrACOLA, FLA


    tCold Weather
    Coming. ,,-nd In yu
    orders and lit us fill your bin before I
    cold snap arrives. We will send you 9
    best coal you can procure for lither batkit*
    or heating purposes at reasonable prices.


    Telephone o. 147.


    Tpomps0o9, Osey 9 o.,
    lDealers In

    Coal and Wood.
    Office and Yard: M. E. Corm.er Zarragoes
    and Railroad tretM.


    JUST OPENED.


    to produce a remedy equalif
    to the Matchless Mineral' 5 w OUIC I tiV UU lmU aU L
    If'ater for the cure of In--
    ater for the cre of In--- Everything New and Clean.--
    diestion, Dspepsia and The Moit Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal! Served Daily.
    all forms of Stomach, Bow- and Short Orders Merved at all hours. Special Weekly Rate9.
    el Troubles and Skin Dis- A. E. BATRER & CO., Proprietors,
    cases. Guaranteed to cure w I MV aAf r IwTm r WWs ...U


    or money refunded.


    Cost


    only J cents a day to use it.
    One dollar bottle last twen-
    ty days.
    Fur sle by all dru 4'ists:


    ,.to 1'. T. Green ," (Co. 30,'
    S. Palafox Street.
    OR ADDRESS.

    I.W W. sWILKINSON,

    Greenville. Ala.
    T sn im.ir ial From Judge (;aston.
    Gl E StNVILLE, Ala.. Aug. 1,'. 1x'.V.
    I *a.';c gr:,it pleasure in Ce rtifyinig to the
    Sirity arnlt Thf[ i .ert m cf ,Wilkinon', Mntch-
    ;-, r.ral ,Water. Thi natural iminerral
    ti.', to, myv p,-rsonal knowlt.dg'e. I- taken
    .,,: a wtll thrt'- miles a ast of < .r-,nvihvl .
    ':.:, # xn t condition in wl iilch i ; i i4 old. I
    :av. '.-e:i thi- water used. with wond *.',--'.. for cy eip'pia. itldie-.tion. sore-
    Su:,di for eruipiv-p diaeasss. scores and
    a: oi iian and anitinal.,. As a ru'nie'dv
    ,,r ":i-- trouble-. I do not bl:vu it-,
    ii: .-. It is highly reconime-. d-d by
    p.y-:c.ias for a number of diseases.
    Z7IILLGASTO.W,
    Ju:2- of Probate Court, Butler County.
    V Alabama.


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    DUNN'S E


    + HOTEL


    ON EUROPEA1S PLAN.


    *', +" A "^__ 1'

    Three Reular

    Mcals Each Day

    25c Each.
    @IV


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
    OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA-O,'.
    Special Orders at Any Hour. *
    RA'TES:-From 41.1, to $l.5 pe;r Day. ,LODGIG:
    -.I., and 511) S. South Palarox Street. Pensaala. Florida / 25 and 50c


    H. H. eLICKE.


    Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

    No. I South Palafox 8treet.
    All Kinds oi Plumbing and Ga9 Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
    WELEWHOKE z33. *> V-AOOLa, VsA.


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    ONE SOLID WEEK:

    PHIL AND NETTI.


    Peters Comedy Company


    In N"w, Up-to-Datc ip9rftoire.

    HAN(.E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.

    Prices-r10, 20 and 30c.



    Indigestion!

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900. 5


    111 NEWS IOTES
    f Itar,' p~aenavona lEtnd "sstw
    n,'"t ar.,i 7 TV .?.1


    "t j~; *~ -* i-v ~lat :

    *'~-I- at It'ip Mtarc.Atit'.


    A MARINE WONDiiL SLAIAHEO WITH A RAZOR. HOLY WEEK.
    A Novel Invention Which Enables EvaColeman Assaults Eele Stanly- Program of Services at St. Michael's
    Heni y Urch to Walk on the Water Family Trouble. Cathlic Church.
    Considerable interest is being man- Eva Coleman's husband having Holy week services at St. Michael's
    ifested in the East End by the ap- frequently visited the home of Essie church will be as follows:
    Wednesday. Tenebrar, 6 p. in.
    pearance of a neatly constructed Stanly, contrary to his wife's wishes. Holy Thursday, Mass, ',. am.: E-*vening
    bicycle boat, which is completed she went last night to the home of oyc'C nnion7willbepdminiterdat
    and nearly ready for i.t flrst trial. Essie Stanley. accompanied by her ana mi. (ood Friday; Mas of the Pre-
    I ,anctifi d. a. ni.; singing of the pas.ion.
    The inventor of thi- curious water husband to piove by E.'sie that her "Holy Way or the Cross,"3 p. ni.; Evening
    craft is Mr. Henry Irch. who re- husband had been visiting there. Devotions. 7:A:Pp. m.
    Holy saturday. ceremonies will begin at
    sides at f614 East Belmont street. He They had some words at the front 7:Aa.i.:contfesion at "2 m. A B-ne-
    door and Eva Coleman drew a razor dictinp father will assist in hearing coeune-
    i a carpenter b.y trade and has been and slashed Essie Stanly across the sloas Easter Baturdav.
    in the employ of Clha-. Turner for I arm. inflicting a painful but not se- J.P.. MCCAFFRT\. .'stor.
    t!he pa-t few motit! and. we might rious wound. If troubled with rheumatism, give
    A I 1- t Lfew. I-o-)_,1_ a _d. we-_ mig i,-- o r ,,|al.V p n i .was rr tst od and a .n


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


    add alo. that he i.. a member 0o fte ... W. . ...t. o. Chamberlaini's Pain Balm a trial. It
    S *f Far. Alla..,j Carpenter, ar.dt Janer* e iOr t-f peered bu fore the mayor this morn- will not cost you a cent if it does no
    .. .: ,- Mrc.a.. !A. petn;hi r" city. 'in. but oher cae wao continued on good. One application will relieve
    The boat or marine bicycle, a account of lack of wite ses. the pain. It also cures sprains and
    SClothing that is tailored honestly bruises in oli-third the time re-
    a i. ho-r'y if F!,:dl I- an>n" i- called. is comped of two floats, an thoroughly at White's. quired by any other treatment.
    ,.. :-.- -:-.-rtd at :.- M-r- 19 feet long, Gx7 inches in the cen- Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsey,
    ter. which taper towards the ends. BLI.S IS THE MAN. pains in the side and chest, glandu-
    SDwr f New lk was These two floats, which are air ar and other swellings are quickly
    E. D-warval- N-w Y i wan tiThese two floats, which are airet Chas. H. Bliss is the man who ad- cured by applying it. Every bottle
    xfnithe-arrival- at t'.e N.f-rro.ant- tight, are placed about four feet :
    -i' anni ,' apartt and are held teorether by light vertises Pensacola. He does it right warranted. Price, 25 and 50 cts.
    wood fastenings. Upon this is and deserves your support. For sale by Hannah Bros. and all
    ountyvComr -n',t nr r rank .1 i- mounted a frame something like an medicine dealers.
    :. and 4'.n '4 Pine I..rren ar- ..rdinary bicycle frame, with seat, We make a special business, of
    hiding thte cay 1.r,. handlebars and pedals. 'ellitg clothing that Is durable, well FACIAL MASSAG(;E.
    'I ,,-re will to, hn niil, r' .: ".... :- Ant upright shaft just in front of made, and perfect fitting; it's hu-i- wrinkles can be wiped out. WVrin-
    r. i,! (. 'k ui,.f at ,c. the handlebarslupports a horizontal ness from the start with us, and wekies can be prevented. Cheeks can
    -.. o: K 1'.,.,l. btr, on which canbeospreadacanvas reach out to buy carefully and sell a be plu pee one. A ethis, an
    _A .btr onwhichcanbpseadacanvas, be plumpened out. All this, and
    to protect the rider fromin the sun. low; the result is we display our more can be done b maae
    T.... ..k 'kttl. F.ur The propeller is connected with a pick of the best, and you find your Ladies, call on Miss Keeler at
    ,- 1 Mul-r arriv-d tti- horizontal shaft, which is operated choice agreeably easy when you get Bowers & Kruss Millinery, on
    .-..;-. .by uing tie nedal. ready to purchase. The man who Tuesday; after that date at 112 Vest
    C.. -. (" .th r:Iurnd t)i-, The rudder is ctuine('ted to the walks out of our store with a re IW regory. 2aplw
    .:.a.. .:,. 1a ,-a-,:t ,,';t t on liatidl bar- by)v a ,-trong w ire. and it business suit on his back is ready gor
    -,. .k s.ivia. ,' b hr,.ti tl i l aid can fe hl andled wi:lth ea by for business indeed; lie iook- ,it, fir
    ; t- ,.: .- i,- i. ,(k,.rl any child (if ten years. we fit perfectly; he feels it, for t,-
    .. ..r. Mr. rc does no caiin tat this enjoy the sati-f:action that he ha-l i r .
    iaat i- th,- fir-t e-ver placed before paid the right price; his frtit-nd- alnd
    I. i .':; i- r-l.. inr r r- it : ,. public l)but dot s cltinli several neighlbo)r know it, for he ha4 shown
    S i- io;i ,- rtv l: in i'rv n-ntsov any, f the others. his ootl jud glnieit by d alink with (Confectionery in li, 211 and ":-pocent
    .. ,' f r l.a:tid:tir A M>-yvr :f Thi rir-t I1 itrnt- bicycle was placed an iii-titutiou wi,,r- raliaibility i- a boxb s. Try them. All dealers sell
    l, ar','-;,.;-" .ip.- lo-f,j:,r the public several ye r- ;Zao watchword. WVhite-. them.
    S ;I.. t;le cliothier. by a br other ,f Mr. I ren--.M1 j -r
    . :.u.,L,. whila- returnit:: lI.vil I r .' of Parts.. it!h. N. I .
    of r ..
    .. -... ...,i,..w;.lk..,, Air..,,;. ,R, H i Ai. '""1i"I ALLA & C O.

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  • S* -t v ls i ah>..- t .;iil-- -, ith -:t-t of t!.,
    i ;' i ,! '. :.dverr'-, N ew w 'I :" o-:Ire c'' -t. so nll of t!: -
    l-,- .t of H .d n, r. to, ; ;n ;ointd t a
    : aincton i.-xt l.'. ...k *..... whi haSl Special Easter Offerings
    othriutwihg- A il t!: t !' w;:. r. 0)'i ,i ;, i fti
    '-' l.tt. r carri-r- are t '' I,* a iil aat the following reduced prices.--
    :i. tI,' ln,, the !#-.iw i~le oi f thta- h:l vitlir -ver\'- atIp .ir.a c i- a ,, w a!kji.
    a.. d-;,.rtin- ., to r.:rl-'tr rapidly Iv.r t1- !- e >vv -, -. Gra-at
    Xy..ur owi J .; l :- lett-r int. r.-t w,- n ;afe-ted by all d11 r'P* ,- p InyT
    -: !,.I- i r,-adlit. unot to de- board at t:.i t- ran'ie 1et'ill witt WFaL n uc l, ,uuY
    thi- (:irri. r ;t tiiit-ait. H.- will l nav l ,a 1 .l 1c of Inavtl:'a oil. tNo V, ..u dtr.-t at,-ntiaNn to our lineof Ral- ltnta" 2.,i- (lo\es reriec-d o $ ;,.
    is r,.c,-i,.t l' hi,- na i;. -iiid ad- ti.aI, T ,- atill, I ,)a) l. no ,.ar r S'" sitwo-,. l. ta- l.r tiqck a i'q lai-. ('ir .ild Blair il .aii'olorei Guioas. .-eiua.-.d to 1 *.:.
    f -- -e td-r ina -t Ie l I gtI)lY paddle- i, n-r d(id the aid of a gl a-ln-tfa ch-ed Plai Ta-. watit ri ig-d f- t r o.r uaraI ted S o .
    n I mu:l";-.,',"d, q'Ord -l^d1 ,. l'4a l 'l l'nt.- Tryilllnof ^f1,i I 1' Srtn.,n.Tua,-ante,.d.T..io\.a.
    : t 'ii oly lt-" t arow a;l V li:t 0,-'n the -ti object. lThe Filii End enil T.", Tas. l tri ng Tes Etc. W-* cull e.pecial attelilion to ,nar Milk
    o- i t- t.i r it-l' e tarc-l- -, ',- y mi n;-; -nooth in- Taffeta (loves, an excelleuta lovt for uini-
    .-t be- -,i to tI p,,-;.- tth i I*- a -da wla-lit t!.a :;:toinii wa- fir-t D ia h iner w-ar.
    ,,f,.r.-. ti-ciovt-red it wa- vi-iul-, oily wn n u P Uia ii n r
    Mu *llea l 'e le..A tte.nlion, t r #a- tI th, t,,p f o a :' l-ticeedill n e t,.. N w,.,.t ,and1 M 4.Ht p-t-Iry anat. U Cr ar.
    wa:tV JV. pa- -ed it about lanD etl th stclk; i -f Parapol w v,.r sho n i L ti- (:t.. L adres" Hosiery. in plain, open work atdt
    I J. M. ('lhit!. Mu-ic 1,,u-i- t- f aiiltti o ota t:e leeI ward, the lone fancy effcts. froi li to e .o-r a
    :Vi.'L daily inew piano- andl ta,-e ,,vi -ato>r, waI. !,,= at while ,lir Cranh nhl ',iidre. Hoaiery from lh -to.'eoc.
    ek at pr*-s-nt ta full amid ( ,I- ermm rturun,1d h llC Give our .-<* Grade of Ladies' and I hil-
    :..- llt of splr. -it a tfhu iota- ('a ;h- rdren's Howiery a trial; they are the he-t
    d ia f all I .Ladi-' Men'- awl C'liildrten's In aill qualil- value for lih e money to be found anywhere.
    Sd ia i- O (if t.- (day. Thi fa- e \V e ni.toi d tio W itc t with ill t '*. W I- hav- in -rock a few lI-ft ot our Ladies' Vests., w have from loc to tl.iA .
    Kra it'n An I Je l. thi ct -lre tore. t th*t rtir ,, --- of *:!t< animn ated t -lw kll <-d 1 tP HaId the world rel -lent \lue. witIe they last atvI .1; itls. l ve t, :.c value, for 4a:. they cannutt
    i.e 1,'d r oldn re ia '- Upon -i e can until It aded .-an,..h ato-- Roll I i lab.rel.la .It .i'. h.beat.
    Ied Crtwi. the old reliable entirely from view in ti-e di-talice.'
    Sl a:tid S iith A- Barne-s plianl- Anyi'on wi-ling to -- tin-. (,rio-
    :,il 1 o ur floors. izvin.r purcha-- it inope,,ration can b- at Palafox BL:..CK GOODS.
    t* o t id;itiz purchas~ers all ex- ,whairf Thur-dav at i o,'il ck p. in..,
    :-!ail opportunityy to sePlect pia- w!., Mr. U'rIEh rc:e.'a---every- Exceptional valu-s will b-oltfered in our Line of Black Goods thf-
    : a'.1 n th. (*ti- ;p-t k, .wn relii- tittlni" fv.* raIt o l givUe it a1 trial. Coiaiini \VW eek. In this Departinitit we have the Finest Fabrics ever
    n rtoi tt.- ;,-t f.i ,o-i- -i' it.r i, ', t at'w i t at t a ow'a in this city, iicludi:u the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de China'
    i 1) ii- ;itv!it\" t Io rIl.- : ,+- '. 1 rct li tr mia- Taiiii-c and Nuinl \l iling iTi all grades. In the Cotton, W ool, Silk andi
    .it, .i tr :* t, ;i>..\ w.e t: i, ,t" Sa ,ir- l.tii aa-r of --,i:lv itn-,.ld lt-lLa-- t', wad' :,- a.d. ra fr- di-- and dirabtility, anid tihe proper fabric for the )present mode. W e aIl-o h: ate
    t i.i : -o: ..f t '. i .- hli,'- f,,r tohe ',',-- i t.* ,cc.- t the a i .araIi- Line f of St.iples aidl Fancies in Black Goods and at the Riglht
    ... r : t,- f w ;, i i vit.it,,'ll,- tm :;i : ill:" ,t!f,. P rica--.
    S !. .11. .': u..*-- .'L -tv- f.-.,w try S. LI N EN S.


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    NEW ARRIVALS!


    O LUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


    Apparel.


    A generous assortment, large variety


    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


    city of well known brands.


    Among them the famous


    "G(riffi& /,lrld," famous for fit, st\le and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or customer can denrv.


    This fact no


    You may form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
    Shirt Waist Window, .nd they arc cheaper than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si-:i.- C -XIAl AND
    TIIHI-F -IBV INCiA'-I THI: EUSIN SS."


    New
    Arrivals:


    ICES H(D EB lODRIE S! ArrilNew
    LWlE MU 9 fNl0HlUOIlBi.! Arrivals'


    Our C,:.t:r Tablf-- i.::- ,:-'.ini belnath a iroodly share of th,. Newe-t
    T:.i:iJn- in Laces and Einbroideries.
    Swi-s Ed-i:iL- .: I:i-'ertion. Hamburg Edging and In.;ertion,
    \'.lei.cia .Lace and Insertions.
    1M.-i :':Te T.,rrh oiu Edging and Insertion,


    (;. t'tti.at: 'Fr K *a;~ f.l..IitLL.


    Aplique Lace and Insertion.


    P :r.1t J',- Sprvet, Ori.enit:il and Plat Val. Laee.'.
    . Ite::.:.,i::- H1.I :.J : Ed .:ing. six yard h .:t!:-. wort.l 7T ,. ; at o15 c.


    Sweeping Sale of fioMuslin underwear! *
    One Lot C(hild'- DrawerQ. h)m:nel ati.d tucked. -i.z, 1I and '2, at... liJc pair
    Siz <- 3. ;. 1 and *;. only .................... ................... . 15cic pair
    <()i, Lot Child'- Trmmnd Drawer at Cost Mark.
    ). I,,)t (Child's Trinmied Gownz at Co-t Mark.
    in; t Lt Cru ild' Trimnied Skirtts at Co-t Mark.
    One L.t M;s-e' Trimmind GO'wnII at (',-t M.ark.
    One Lot L-dtie-' Trim:nedl (Chenmie., worth :-e;. f-or.................w0c each
    On- I,: Ladie'" Trinnied i ambric ( hemni-., wort!, 7' f,,or.......4'e each
    ,ne Lot Odds and Endsz-
    In L.die--' Sk.:- a':d (Gwn.- :, ('1 i- at ('*-"t Mark Price.


    Invecf/gcfe the Corvcrt,'h'e term Con r-cts
    j/


    Old PFnn


    Mnutua!liTfe Trw.. Co.


    DAVID E '. \- -, ,- ,.,


    I'..r o,. \v.- k only t, iitrodu(e and bring tlbfore the public our Stck
    of D ,a ii -k-. 'Towal-. RI{n:ti--s.alince Drr-essr Scarfs, Sideboard Scarfs, C'er:,.
    Pi; .i LI i.i -. Wt. will ofT.,Ir a Special D)iscount of lI",,.


    T i. ,:', ',;.


    R. HALLIDAY & CO.,
    :'i and 3-5 Palafox Street.


    KREUGER & KUGELAMAN,
    *XWS0)%ESALE GORCERS,-*
    A N EN Ii R6FT.Y Ii A )ND NEW".STOCK OF IFANCY
    -1(1(, E Nll~. 1E:4 C A NN El)(;(u)f S A NID Pl [AI A' I s.S
    3rxr y C:Oxxu ur C>-c1IC-32. I' ic~c cc F'13PcL1x
    Warelaoai-e. Ci r. 1'arrzig.'ria anid CI~urch S~rtn-,
    Telephone 151.


    THE


    FORBES


    STORE.


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    F V I F N; 11U 1 HH N-EE < ATTI-:RN- R THS OST
    t < I .- : .. .'- ;. ,1, \ : It ( .- 1 l1 C ( .. :t l F it i- \VW iI ., t ., 1l l" -t, -
    I A , ,* ,:, I ( ::. ** l- , ;: *- . i ,,,.. ,, h,.,t w e :tr ,. -',:, _-. .t .
    Th- Celebraited Trojan"- W aisto. : .. ,, ''* "" .-
    i M .,- i V ;: 1 :1d l ,,r---!'r -.,- : a-I.1 $**. "-l. lTD d t-


    " A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.
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    Just Received!

    0i Linen (Hemstitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
    I ---.*-Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.* .-


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    I; i BI, hr '. a:ir ai-7 nt- flir [it -
    W e-' C'],rich ('CiI',. lt; .rrl "ta IH*
    #*(ly and WVitcli H" v-1 Salv /. V ''l t-v
    u;trn.lltee all thr-ee of t ltese prepar:;-
    tionli anad will ci.eetifully refund the
    moiin-yt to aV ly ol whi u.- thlten
    withutit heing benefited. Price 5',
    'ett- eac h.
    So me folk-' pretelicufs to always
    undersell the world are rather tire-
    SwIni-. No one llia- monopoly of
    brains and money. It will be a sor-
    ry day for thi- town when competi-
    'ion ceases. White's.


    LEVI II CO., Soe Agents.

    Old Quaker, Hunte'r :.'nd I: .ole Rye W hiskeys.
    :;:)-Chcstcrfield o'-.bon Whislkey -(>:-


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    NEWELL,


    DR ESSMAKER,


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    Photographic Artist,
    244 South Palafox St.
    i-at i-'<'t ion (

    Hick Apostle's Restaurant.,
    -.crt ( rders Promptly S L rx.-d 1al Hi,,r-
    of Day or N:.t-t.
    F s) end Oysters in All Styles.


    Nick Apostle.


    GEO. A. PETERSON,


    Dealer h:a
    Bieyales and Bieyele Sattries.
    Agerit for Ita ibiler. Cleveland and Rar. .Ic-e.
    Jicyc-.. ,%ix Years .experi-ncie .i. He-
    pair:ng of Bscycl.i. (Cab R gi-t.-r,
    r yp4writer. ( 1;t any lock. Etc.
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900. 7


    The Future of ;



    children
    A chi.d's ', rry be" I
    Sblighted by k ,te d-ceazs cf
    South, such ?s tickets, ,
    which is characterized by
    weak bones or crooked
    spine, and inability to stand
    or walk steadily. or Maras-
    Smus, that wasting disease
    characterized by paleness
    and emaciation, or Scrofula,
    a constitutional disease of
    the glands and neck. "


    Scott's Emulsion
    of pwe Cod-Liver Od with Hypo.
    phuph of Lame and Soda wilU
    prevent and cue these diseases
    It ppks st the material needed
    to form strong bone, rich red
    blood and solid Ies. It wiU also
    reach the infant through the moth.
    her's milk, and be of the greatest
    benefit to both.
    r i.t! i s c, ard i on
    -. ,i I .. I)WN k.. tbemnsts. Nre York.


    -:Q'vv TO CATCH A COLD.
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    TEXAS TOWNS STILL CAUTIONS EaNt$ Mondy

    MENACED BY FLOOD i- :..T'_,n 'I
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    Rivers Cci-iinue t3 Rise at K

    11 anv P a cc- s .tal- 7

    WEATHER THRZATLNING',` k; 4 1 4


    It~IainVFK-v!Pe d and G (rcnnt.r Iamige
    Feared I ndiant, Frrittorv Eo~mun In,
    L)'imuer -Re-ported *1 hill nTornado Has.



    tj'aillv the -satyif, w. '..t-terdnnv. Most of
    tht. nv,-'ri,;appiear t., b., it a stand, nuort
    Mit-11. t!.n rain arv fi~rr-d. howtevvr. "~
    ttb. 'ew-ht-r is clrowidv, xnui-kv ind g*-n-
    1r.4i v yt Ilit-areuj1g.
    Tbe (vutluojk in the Indian Territory i
    stntm*.. A bullehufiim n~uD4,ntisiin at
    4.3 1 nu', I-ck tbisi'4i .tni; ng mystht-Red
    ri,.ir there i 64.slww r.l y but no iu
    iwA.4hat4e dma(rn is 1 feared. The wort-t
    4 ri. ,-k itu the Indian JTrritirv is that
    titn.- ('na'limn ritrI- r n- vin.nluusly high
    aittit it,. ri1.ihg ww-!rs atrt. .(srly up tuj
    tOw racks it tt- Mis..,Aiuri, KIian.sand
    1.-xa .ranilridai nk. UI1 iny IVthkai IUltd.. of
    d.11-arr~. wrtb ot pri .p*rty is in dalnger.
    .-p-j. In,.from 'iv het.lwu oif LRUirangliz
    Fmj ~4 ette iiA iiitYt vt ii tiinrniiiislincn,
    fli.' thuutwtvr ini the CGi-nru.1..rivor con-
    Tini':1-- I' ri-v. [U. 14-voer part 4It L~a
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    THE DRESSY WOMAN.


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    POLITICAL QU!PS.


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    THE PEDAGOGUE.
    Ill Nk h. i~~t ie it4ro,141 log r.( 1)441-
    b-u-..-. 1 uilt -if S-1d, Ohue if bliui.d

    140tI"'1 00110's~,4144imillj.4, everything
    ex(41t *OAK= W $65 a:4 1.-tr.
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    hut all iitla nifed (.. 'tadit li -ifi tt Il
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    f ho' .r i a mv c-'- i kiliflaf ies d N-4,11h by
    eta rrmlin-- that d 0(.r it i. crb-tlt a-uh
    1m'. 1. it 1-NEYit& Co Toled. 0.11,e
    Sod. by ii rwi~f-rfi-uts. and nb
    Hao~ilt F.larinul will= r he dbest.~Nv
    bo.fzvt-. YlllC& * ou Have Atw11s"Bcin
    Dgait t; y (It rII.xr!1;c1e ; 1 t il


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    ..Ti-hhY at tt I~t


    COFFEE. COFlf'E.,.

    Roasting a Specialty.


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    .~ HIare you tried Swans'
    i1t 1u'n flour.' It is the whitest
    (/1( sweetest on the .4meri-
    .. ,. mar/'et ,, in. b(trrels, h,,alf
    f. rrel/S, 2. iound fll nd 1 2
    pou /n d s( r/ks, whole sale a 11 (1
    ,,t,,,- \. +: retyaiH.
    L "ry !catou.rs Ginger
    .,le: best Afineral Waters
    S' .' l!v. oz th/e In trllket, equal to iin-
    I : p/rferd goods, t and only
    .. ':'"' rl 1 t or d lozen.
    Tnrortt Fsicxhll// I,'ortst/cd
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    Ci*JlReWORY H*LLh InAa


    Chipley Light Infantry.


    The Chipley's Intend to Make thi ill the Bir-e-t S'cc-- of avy
    they have heretofore given and will spare no xpense to that ent.
    Admissior, Gentlemen 50e Ladies Free.


    "THE OLD R1ETTABLE."


    II. Lvu~ller,

    Choice Family Groceries,'



    Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

    Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


    Phone 213


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


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    SOMETHING NEW

    -,EVERY DAYt-
    o---AT--o


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    Tolopaon.o>o a803.

    CI""Patron,. New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Vi-it and Inspect
    their InmieBse Stock.


    TIME TARTAR.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN EFFECT .IANI'ARY -*27. JOC*


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    4:12 p tin
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    No. 2.
    11:210 p m
    12:.544 light
    3:ilS a U)
    :141 a nIi
    A1: 10 ain
    7:10 p m
    Y::101 a inn
    7 :05 a im


    Leave Penraeolft .... Arrive
    Arrive ..Floniaton .. Arrive.
    Arrive .... Mobile .. Arrive
    ArilvteNow 4 Prlt-aiis. Arrive
    ArieMontg~onneiy... A rriv.e
    Arrive.. -. Nnaslni-Ie .Arrive
    Arriv e .Loui~vili.- ....Arrive4
    Arrive C(incinirnai I. Loave-


    No. 1.
    4:15 p ni
    2:15. p m
    12:5.M noon
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    11: :-' a rn
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    10:12 p m
    6 :45 p im


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    2:):5 an m
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    12:-t1i night
    7:45 p mn
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    is;.wzz;f PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

    No. '21. No. 3. 0. No0. 22.
    11:56 night I 7:txl a m............. pn'aeola 1 1pii i::0 1p m
    1-1~:44i ngbt 7 :3l4 a rn -Miltoin..~ p Ini
    4:2 a III $12!5Aina m e~Fuiiank przrngn 1)'ft p iii1) 111
    #*: ~ it) a] 1 41:314 mIT .. ( tiiipI.y p. 111;.1i,-:.-7 p "
    7. k a 1" 11:1.5 : III Martnanina "t, III 2I', n* (r)
    ~.~ja ii 12:Wo noon Itverr Junction .11) In*I.. fi ati
    1 A.; p niii. allillna.. ,-"...; .1 In
    7::.5 gp i n.ak~v1. 2 it in


    TI:Z OUGINAL K1NTUOIT 11,a IL IOUIB


    S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE: STOCK HIN HARDIN SolIR MASH.
    VERY FINE: 'RIEDMAN'S ('EL.LII.ATE1 ) (ILD PI''VATE
    STOCK. 12 YE LA S OI.): O.) SILK VELVET. KEN-
    TI'CKY'S PEPRFICTION OF PI ITY. AND
    LOTS O" F OTHER I.R AN)DS WHICH
    Sl'PACE L.' Ii Nl' PERMIT
    '1TO() MENTION.
    'L" h largest and iit ,t Sr;.ct \Vtin.s fir Family U1-e.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    I "IAl, A.'zP t f, r ftf l -'.n ,- P,tl,-t Milwmuke '.,r. 'r- D.liv-
    *.rv t ,o -v,,ry Part ,f ti, ('- v.


    P. 0). Rn :'w .


    Said about 5oi pairs of
    long legged. -t ort legged.
    slim, fat. pu*,y, bow
    legged, straight lergged
    all sort- of legged gar-
    ili'"nts. as they got out of
    the loxes and up onto
    our clothing tables.
    5iq pair.- of pants in oune
    day is a good many, but
    what .about themi* Som.-
    are a dollar a pair. good
    ca-'ITnere paniti. Som1e
    are two4 dollar- a pair.
    goodl c.a--iilnre pant".
    Sona ;ire- t!hr-. dollar, a
    pu ir. go,,,, a':,si inere
    pan-t. S<>it1.- are two.
    three anzl fur dollars. a
    pair. it,,od w'.r-ted pant-&


    WE DO NOT


    but/! pant itsfor adrer-

    tising pmUr/osex-to xound

    cheap. II 'e huy good pants,

    pants that are made of

    good goods; pants provided

    with all the comforts of

    home; front pockets, i'atch

    pockets, (to watch your


    money pockets


    nights in


    case yicar wife giants to see

    if she is ',ftting Ihalf of

    ywijr incomeJ ,pistol pockets

    a nd refresh inn nf /ockets.


    WE SI Aill *



    SWOL PIIS,


    Soli I-4 a r 'ck. i lan -r fancy pat-
    tvrn- fr $2.,'1 t!;: t will k #.p an ablk .
    bdi dl m1 n t -y nig!t- and I.hy- t,
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    -iemr.4!:e V j~S in zhe 44 t!i -t t \k -, '.r. ms4. it sp444...l tre.tittfent
    is re4._ CJ 1:-.e% c.t -' ,: to t;,- A '\ *,rv I -,,ar--tfleit t ithe (:h.1ta-
    1.4.4 4A 4..!t..2~C- .:.i :t.r IieUrs .4.iltI e ,I~~Aart," erxl 1'y
    W.-Imen strained nn tle cure of
    LAmES' ASVISIY *!PAR7LEaT. 1 x% ,,42. v1eat,,, e'.'esand nrrezu-
    ,r s-i it i ammrqf v"--l jr:-.c~j. :rher: S:,.:J. le no hesita-
    (4t1:41.. 1.te.a ti'.,T-. t. m ~. Dela- e..itre-Ittieflt means a
    aUiN-i'? 13..to- T,. I.n. Chr .tti,:C!C-n_:t1. -I. The ]lner
    p ist,_ned the hia-der to Cure.
    A LARGE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUE
    COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE.

    Lw"AA I


    Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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    ALL ORDERS SERVE, ON SH3IO1T NOTICE
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

    R) Rooms for ent by the Day, Week or Month. ('.
    311, 312 Forth 7arragona Stre:t, Opposite Unin Depot.
    O-Teiephone 68.-0
    ----:GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    F..EH VEGiTLAl3,S REPIH 9 1ALB HOLEALE ANi RETA1 .


    SWHY, SAY
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    !ENWRO1YAL, PILLS; ORBTT)&
    @A &M~* ~iAi t0 ade.. .. i 7 ew tny.t-essr .tao
    fr. CHICHESTERN4 ENGLI%iI to Balaaxn;of.-(Copia
    it uiRED A01i41 Gld 4~a. 4 ~
    wi, ov -m..Take..we theer. K ,Crbebs *and.- Injectons.
    Ibue.. .Pt..v ~og.. ad mla-ry-7camein48bounathe
    'La -s Rlitf als"-i~..b 4. uN~e disease withot anylzncon-44sa Mdemeut.PIL. A.~,.... EV i~ h i
    *~ J. ,* 4~i' YminceSOLDBY ALL DRUGIMBIT

    CURE 1 JOHN ~McDAVID,
    CUR YORSLF :REAL ESTATE AND1 BROKERACE. c
    ~ h- *. r CITY PROPERTY.F 'W R'INGi
    Qum ogantd irritsA D T N B R I N S
    :. IIFOR tAI'.F..Th B!Don cwiTanu CIoticry,
    4 h1 T1zo3 Sold byd atReasogaie Rate

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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


    THE DAILY NwB: RITI
    EAterSt at tile Post Oth r at rt sacola.
    Fla., a& ound-clase matter.


    (Orite: Pitt Huildding, -'1, .lout:i Palas-
    t street. ap-stairs.
    PrIBLIdHEl' BY
    THE NILWS PUBLISHING 00.
    TerWs-Invariably in Advance.
    O Year by Mail. .
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    Three n Months
    4re Month *
    One Week, by Carrier, Py.vail- M oidlay I"

    THE W KK IY N WH.:
    Pibipbehd evo-ry Friday at $l.-' per year
    Postage fre.
    TELEPHONE NO. 118.
    Advertising Refes Furnished on Application.






    Thi paper o fil e with the
    BMIIlK AVEITISIN G CO.,
    Nuleftt EIkmldk. St. Paul. Minn.. wber
    1 nO Madvertim and others rmay
    esame it etd- where esttiates will be given
    a*m**pa kr eN"MRAL ADVERTItNG.

    FIISAOOLA, APRIL 11. 1900

    PRESIDENT M KINLEY Will not
    have to hold his ear close to the
    ground in order to hear the murmurs
    of republican di-content and criti-
    cism evei the attitude of his party
    In congre-s concerning thl Porto
    Rico taratf mea-ure or the Phlipp'ine
    war.

    HE4E i- tt.e view which the Haiti-
    L:.ore uu tak. of the 1 ulitical -itua-
    tion:
    Hall thi. d.-mno'ra y .1n or "a'ini.,-"t "
    in Nove-niter- w ill th.. record .hiw party
    tSilur" or ICtC e l he* de- -'rntl l.lt-id rs.
    iliust d<-cd, thi- qu--tlion t :i.'r %h% nl-.-
    city Conventionu meet-. lhey al.ve an op-
    portunity thi- year to elect ad democratic
    preit-detit througti t'e*- r,'-tration of d io-
    craticuniity. Will they make thLe nmot of
    ttim opportunity or deldiherat,-ly abaudo)n it
    ian a aild-goo chaseafte-r silver republican
    and populil t \ate.-' !.' thi- result utxt No-
    %elatwr ,shows that they are still in t:i "*ai-
    not wlaon"" c' tiy will bu a 1ily hthi -rn-
    .welvrte to blamnie. A Inm joity of tilli p'.'pl'
    are re-auy to uollow" theiirl ad ou a practi-al
    lLatf(ril lia,'x-d oin l i i've ul1..
    Pledged Ielegalti1n%.
    The **warning' that has been sent
    out from the pre-s bureau of the na-
    tional democratic committee head-
    qoaiter-. imperioti-ly demanding
    that no delegations should be sent to
    the national convention save
    those instructed for the reatlirnation
    of the Chicago platform, is an as-
    tumption of authority by the cotm-
    mittee that should be. and doubtless-
    will be. vigorously resented by ail
    democrat- as an attempt to e-tabli-h
    a precedent hitherto unkl;nown to
    political organization. aind to wi:ip
    into line democratic voters and lead-
    ers who are a'ccustoin,'d to form
    their own individual jud(:mf-nt. and
    to act thereton without d:ctation
    from anybody.
    The reaJdoptioni o(f t!L C'hica io
    platform is an ,pean 4 il --:ioin, to l)e
    decided only l y t:he ,ciinventitm
    when it a--Iaiiibl-- If a iii i iiy of
    the delegatt- believe that ucc--,-
    can be be--t attain, d )y thie party ill
    the plees-ent cuite-t by gi.nii lan4o-t
    pronmitineic, inli the foirhic',liiigiplait-
    formn t ho t i:inV liv i--ti- ti .t
    have lrtt -'!ta di t!r-in I-lv. -. .1i.id liat
    have blee. if i tii i-l,. d t1ay re i';la ic i Ii
    blutid,,rint Iit'i'lii etell( ::irt c'i-
    iaidity. that w ill ," t: ,- c'ui: ...*
    procd iir w l'it I; 0* c*,*.\ ,- i.i,,i: \n i;;
    adopt. w itl'."';' r,-'.r,:i' t., t; 'e '1 -
    ires or T ,It- ; ii ;..,,l r c' :. -
    ulittee to c. iatil l -* t.t Lll.; .f- I
    Ito di tat. 1i:- t;i< ':iii.
    The- t lt'ft- Ie**'illatiii't: t, ti;. prjr-~-
    unt nalioii.il (*"ii llir t! -lP 'if tl,.


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    a.at'.-:ita Italta! Ita. a-tt1 ii; aa
    411111-. t I i 'a ri-: .ap-.i a' Vil Itl-




    ceeding- oftht li- (.41L.-, aI'tll. ihe :a c-
    *ion of the sevt aal '-T~t. el'grIail
    thle opiuaiealts 4af the IIi'illl Idwial (itlI-
    %iates. or the so-u'irv tnt- aof I Ite tietti-
    ..rat-4 filruiam 1 iecont'u ruftaa-i.'-
    that choose -U(.!;- d, Ia"',314 i

    An occasional d-",e of PRIaK L V
    ArSK Bu-PFIKs Lkee-e'-zthaa-".t i
    !lealtliy. wards off diae:%,ae a i.iI tijatia
    taintil e eugth iantdi ,nei g'..lFor :Ilef
    by Hatnnah Brois.


    POlICKE COU1 r.
    Atlmer I imndaly WFe-y at for Diw.harging
    lire Am e in the City Limits.
    There were seven cases before
    Mayor Hilliard this morning,. of
    which two were discharged and one
    continued.
    Almer Lindtey, charged with dit-
    charaing fire arms in the city limits.
    was Slned V.
    Rioert Lucky, a-saulting Henry
    Carrtoll,withia knile. wnasdischarged.
    .- -- . . . ;-:. .


    Returns From the County Pre-
    cincts Still Incomplete.


    Contest for Sheriff Very Close but
    SrumithWins-andrum Elected Just-
    ice of the Peace-All (of Maya INIele-
    gates in the City Except Two Elected.
    Returns from the country pre-
    cincts are still incomplete. but
    enough is known to say almost pos-
    itively who was elected at yester-
    d %. primaries.
    For representatives to th1 legi-la-
    ture it appears that C. Moreno Jones
    and J. Emmet Wolfe are elected.
    though the vote is close between H.
    C. Clopton and Mr. Wolfe.
    For sheriff the vote is very close
    between Geo. E. Smith and J. C.
    Van Pelt, but Smith is thougnt to be
    the winner by a small majority.
    A. M. McMillan is re-elected cir-
    cuit clerk by a safe plurality.
    A. H. D'Aieuiberte is re-elected as
    tax collector over Judge F. B. Boni-
    fay.
    W. W. Richards is re-elected a-.
    tax assessor.
    M. P. Bonifay ;as clerk of the crim-
    inal court and Judge Thos. R. Mc-
    Cullagh as county judge, had no op-
    position.
    James R. Landrum was elected
    justice of the peace over Judge Roy-
    kin Jones by a large majority.
    N. B. Cook was re- elected school
    -uperintendent.
    All the candidates endorsed by the
    Mays club as delegates to the county
    convention were elected excelp) itn
    precinct 15., whereJohn B. Jones and
    Thos. Johnson, endorsed by the
    Workingmen's Democratic club.
    were elected.
    The executive comtniittee will
    meet at the office (of Judge T. R
    McCullagh at (; o'clock to-nmorrow
    afternoon to canva-s the vote.
    The vote in the city pr.wcin:c:s was
    as follow-s:
    For Itepresentati\ e.
    C. M. Jones---Precinct 12. 4": Ipre-
    'inci t 13. I:9!#: precinct 14. 1:1; ; pre-
    cinct 15. 16o; total. 571).
    J. Emnmett Wolfe-Precinct 12. 164:
    precinct 1:4. 12i9; precinct: 14, 7; pre--
    cinct 15. 1(16: total. 4sti.
    H. C. Clopton-Precinct 12. 122:
    precinct 13. s6: precinct 14, 74; ,pre-
    (cintct 1,, 113; total. :i).
    1'. M. .i itchett-Precinct 12. 7a;
    precinct 13, 36; precinct 14. 3:7,; pre -
    inct 15. 37: total. 15'8.
    Chas. Willialms-Precinct 12. 14:
    pr(ei nct 13. 7: precinct 14. : p:rt-'cinIct
    15. ;; total. "2.
    For Sheriff.
    Geo. E. Smith-Precini:t 12. 177:
    precinct 1'.. 120; precinct 14. I 7: pr, -
    cinct 15. 133; total. 546.
    J. C. V'an Plelt-Preciinet 12. lot2:
    precinct 13, 7I; precinct 14. 44; pre-
    cinct 1"F .', : total, :. 1:.
    W. H. Htitchiiion-PrPeiii,,t 12.
    l27: precinct 13. 2*'; prerinc t 14. :'>4:
    precinct i .'). J7: total. 1#;i.
    l-'or ('ari sit ( lerk.
    A. MN. M.c.1 ill:a -Prefei-r t 12. 14-;:
    pr.ecinct 13. 114: pr c-'inct ;. 7.. : 'prte-
    cinct 1-,. l,-;: totalt. 444.
    John de Ila Hlia-Pr.tcitict 12. 74:
    precinct 1:;. i; preeinjct 14 7,4; ,14 --
    vinlet 1-. 77: ota al. .'* ;.
    R. E.L. Danieil-Pr-einc: i. 77:
    prlf Iiict 1;:. 1 ,: previ:ic: 14. .'-'; taro--
    (-ia ct 1i). I7: tot.l. 224.-
    lor lax ('olltetor.
    liT th'- four city preciict- .\. H.
    i'A. -i.!h-rtt, received 52,'4 aid J lude
    F. R. Hinifay received ;,,.
    l'or Tax Asinei-sor.
    In t!- fuur city par'-i i.t- W. \V.
    !,iclhard received C;i and (-; '..
    ltoe.c rec,-iva.d 2"-.
    I'"or S< hool ui, periai.tendent.
    In the four city pr"caiin-t N. P.
    .'o, k rec-eiv.d 4,:2: C. J. H. ll C -
    a 1\.d 2.'> oa ait.l Jame- M1. T.'t,' ia -
    ' a-ted 2at8.
    l'er .*Inti of tlhe PPRo T!. ta ,al voa,' f.,r j -ti'-( af :! ..
    a-..a. a li t : ll-tilet w\ ~1.2 for 1..a.,-
    l lii ,ai anl 2 ' for Jaoi! .


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    -i;.pi,.r ami t!-i. l 'lI wJI % .v r :- t i :l -
    l' Its I l: :,, oni T1 aiy : l.'I.
    April 17 ;it a'al.n'k. l i k,-t- f,,.:
    itllhlbo ,I '::o\t'vd, r : r, f,,r -:tI. 1>
    ill !il inh -rs- o,! tI'! \'-rc'ii ;Ini l at t .;,
    M 1 .r an i '.o'.i ;,; ic, "- .' ,: t-.

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    Nil.'' S I l lIt loti 'Ni).
    J.acolby hlia~ .yI o to tq ii0 pauiil, off
    Italian C(he-ttints aid Choice Haz-l-I
    nits. which tie Is ,TIe-lilit. to clo-e
    out. at 10 co-;itsl pr poumd. 7atf
    The nolhbi-st 'print style- in hats
    at Wh ite's.


    Tonight
    Jiut bef oref r*'trrttn. if your liver is
    i,'.ic isth. out of ;t,e .an1d you ft-l d.;Il.
    bilious, con-tipatcd, take a d,.,-e of

    NMnndla PillS


    COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. present representing the builderF,
    Sthe following resolution was adJpteu
    An Interesting and Lengthy Meeting unanimously:
    Held Last Night. Resolved. That an advance pay-
    -.- & I iW 1.1 L .1- # # .. .


    The regular monthly meeting of met o D$1,00 be maue to the .on-
    Sverse Bridge Co., without any ac-
    the county commissioners was held cpptance of the bridge across Bayou
    last night with Chairman Cody pie- Chico. the acceptance of said bridge
    siding and the full board in at- to be left open and settled at some
    tendance. future time. whenever the board of
    The minutes of the March meeting county commissioners is satisfied
    were read and approved, that the bridge has sufficient fouud-
    Capt. C. B. Parkhill and Sergt. ation for the permanent use of any
    John Massey of the Chipley Light and all public travel.
    Infantry appeared before tne board The board also adopted the follow-
    and stated that the room in which ing:
    they held their business meetings The board of county commission-
    was too small for them and asked ers most respectfully call the atten-
    t that they be granted the use of the tion of the city authorities of Pensa-
    grand jury room. The matter was cola to the deplorable condition of
    taken under advisement. the streets leading to Bayou Chi'o
    The finance committee did not bridge, and ask that the said streets
    make its usual monthly report, be- be opened up and put in good condi-
    - cause the bills presented were most tion.
    S of them in bad shape, uot being ac- The board then took up a number
    companies by the order given for of bills left over from yesterday's
    * the purchase, as required by resolu- meeting, and acted upon them as
    tion of the board. Chairman John- follows: Passed-G. W. Burrow,
    son of the finance committee stated Bremner, J. P., Boykin Jones, B. R.
    F that they would take up the bills Pitt Mill Co. and Wm. Johnson &
    this morning and audit them, but Son. Referred to clerk-C. H. Tur-
    that some of them should be sent: ner and J. M. Coe. The bill of H. S.
    back to have the order attached or White for tax receipts was passed,
    for approval by the one making the but, it was moved and carried that
    purchase. no bills for similar work be audited
    Scott M. Loftin, representing H. by the board unless the same wis
    Heinberg, trustee of Bankrupt ordered by some member of the
    Hauteman, stated that just before board.
    being adjudged a bankrupt, Mr. Committee composed of Messrs.
    Hauteman, without consideration, Sunday and Lewey appeared before
    had by consent of the board. trans- the board and stated that colored
    ferred his license to sell liquor to citizenQ had arranged for an address
    Frank Beovich; that the trustee by Prof. Booker T. Washington of
    wished this license re-transferred to Tuskegee, Ala., on the 17th of May.
    him. to be disposed of as one of the to which the white people would be
    as-ets of the said bankrupt. Mr. invited, and asked the use of the
    Loftin was informed that the clerk armory therefore. The request was
    would look into the records and that granted, provided the conimitt.e+
    if it be found that Mr. Be-ovich had ticured thie "on-ent of Maj )r Cary.
    advertised. as required by law. the as not conflicting with the u-e of the
    matter had gone beyond the board'? room by the military.
    control unless Mr. Beovich consented The request of the Chipley Light
    to the re-transfer. Infantry for the u-e of the grand jury
    The bond of George P. Wentworth room wat grated, provided such
    as notary public was approved. use -hotul.t not conflict witti it. us-
    The county physician's monthly by t!.e grand jury when in -esioni.
    report was filed. On motion l31s.-r. Johnson anli
    Chairman Cody read a cominuni- Welsh wer. appointed a committ-e
    cation to City Attorney Fi-her from to confter with the harbor coin inl-
    rtate Health Otlicer Jo,. Y. Porter stating that the board of health sel for the harbor police.
    would meet at Pensacola about the The board t .en adjourned.
    middle of this month to co-tide-r the
    que-tlon of paying tile county of Habitual con-tipation is thi, door
    Escambia and city of Pensacli for thirouIg;h which imany of th- -e -rioii
    tlhe Santa Rosa quarantine pl:tit. ills of the body aie admitted. The
    The contract between the city and occasional uiie of PRI 'KIY ASH 1i'r-
    St. Anthony hospital for three" beds TER. will remiiov' and cure ttiis di.-
    for $750 a year, half of wilich the tressing coniditi-'u. Sold by Hianna;hi
    county had agreed to pay. was ap- Bros.
    proved with the proviso that in the
    event of an excess number of day' The Cel. rated Singer.
    -ervice during the year. each parry.
    either city or county, should pay for J. 31. Clutter's Music House ha-
    its own excess. This provi-o was secured the agency for the Wonder-
    a:dopted on the motion of Coniiis- ful SinLer Piano. They have ju-t
    -ioner Welsh, seconded by Commis- received a shipment of these piano,-
    -ioner Johnson, and the clerk was from the factory, and are the finest
    in-tructed to so notify the mayor. Instruments ever put on the market
    Major R. M. Cary. in ommald of at the prices they will be sold at;
    th- third battalion, Florida .tate these prices rlnge from $251( to $373.
    troops, requested ttiat in future all They arc all in double veneered
    requests for use of the armory be re- cases. extra hand-ome polish. Each
    ferred to him so that regular drills is warranted for five years and are
    of the companies be not interferred constructed of the very be5t mate-
    with. The request was granted and rial.
    it was ordered that hereafter all Please call in and see then if you
    .uch applications, if approved, be are anticipating buying a piano in
    referred to Maj Cary. the near future, for they are certain-
    A petition for a road in the vicinity lv beau:ie~. As this is the initial
    of Van Pelt's store wa:. referr, t,,o shipment. we will make extra special
    'nmis-ioner Pursell. ind(eti e-nits to the bauyiers of thi-
    T'ile oath of ofttice of C. H. 1H irtz,- fir-t -hilpnmnt.
    a- d g'ua.rd at the convict canlip w- J.' "M. 1 SI ii- RS M'.'1'. Hl -:.
    fil. u 112 and 114 S. l'ialaafx St.
    tt.-l:itive to notice c'liit to(i :v r\' :,- r
    BlH xlhaln that tuieti- oii the b ),lid 1 a i:h a hir busii---: anIl
    of certain county it<.ll I l- ; d!: died. : i i- di. w.,a,d-i. \\W y !t.!, ii t we.
    letter frin (o.'eroii, : Bloxha'i : to 1 :, i- i, ':i p irticul.r niy-.t-ry a.:bout
    C(letk McMilla: was re:id .Wati-a i r -:, --. e alway !Ia.i thl
    tht th, county c.;in:,ii-- i,..o r :,- .- o i-. tr! i-I t -..rvi ,- ; ind
    -! t;:d state w whether ,, to it i. >tU,', r.'. I1 t -. a..l i,- ." I *1w iav'-
    dtieathz the -aid boii'l I i .- 1.; t l1 1 1 ;l i l. i .-t ZI'at-
    iinp.aired. It wa; shown ty tt.' uii ii .ir fI'fali i' "lii'i .,il to a 11 i.,ti:i.
    utt.- thit the board h dl . ; :ilrfed t -.
    and the' cler .k w' a iii-'r 'tt! t 1 }'.-, v f.1 l;a.'u l'i c'. it .;.;: n-. ;i
    iiltorlni ( ,virrnor Hlx. ii:. \\': : -.
    l.tt.-rl front lie I taii: J urn :,g!
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    lIn =T ihu r. < ii I n otlorl ( ::i; at i : i: -- i. r.- " I ' .*, 1-
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    ;>, i'.. 31; (',>nvri el-e s '.id tl" w ,i-
    ta': hialrd woullt polI ; ,;Iit W :; t!
    *t;.'.y w.ia.t.'d ( aoni" ti inl-lilra It.'.t-;l--
    i:., t!;, wori;. It was finally d '--
    **;di.tl to 't:ik.' t til un-l tt r i,' : :iI.a i ,at
    '.lz a i ii t ie 1 li.ect ii at 1i1 a'c 1 ck
    ;' -!u: ;1: .
    i" otiiii;t..' a appointnt i "a I'al
    *"It 1;1' ni d from I 'I,-I l;ti 'a'i.-
    atalla" al.a-*. to thle (riI'talii alac' i l-l
    a,ort' t ilild it w'i- oird,-red ti.hat it ht e
    I-cla.i1ed a public r.aad.
    'Chairiman col 'y r-p r:ed that oldd
    copper from pilini of thle -old Ha iyou
    Chico bridge had b#-ni -,)id for
    $: !) and it was ordered that it be
    placed to the credit of the contingent
    fund.
    After di-cussion of various b.ll-
    and general road matters the board
    actjourned until 11 o'clock this morn-
    ing.
    This Morning's Sespsion.
    The board met at II o'clock. all the
    members beinir present. and took up
    the report of the committee on the
    BHyu Chico bridge. After con-id-
    t-rable debate of different proposi-


    U Fl \ I iiikdana .iU i :j it.~' L


    SOur 20th Year at

    0I680! Present Location*. 1


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    -=OFFERS--O(







    * FOR EASTER. *


    Shirt Waists.


    Embroidered Wh ite Wai-ts, 7.'w.
    $1.iU, $1.25 to $2.5o.
    Misses' Waists,.4.5c to $1.,".
    Colored Waists, 45c to e)vc.
    Silk Waists for $3.9;.

    Skirts.
    White Pique. Embroidered. $4.
    White Duck, 75e to $;.5P,.
    tiellptea Applicued. in New Co7l-
    ors. $'2.x5 to 1..5o).
    Black Hrilliantit-. Box Pleat-
    ed. $4.14,.
    Novelty Gaooa. illn lack, $:..:t.


    Millinery.
    We are Shtowini a Nice Line ,of
    1Pattrni Hat- at Low Price-.
    Bunchi \'iolt-. Roses. I)ai-.-y-
    aiid F'ar ,t-;iif--Zn ts at 1''.' .
    Burtch
    L:ate~t S.-- 'l- illn Sailor-i at -.
    7'rl anl 'i.oii i,
    Hats Trimmled on Short Notic.'.


    French Caps.
    Our Sping Line N..w
    tion.
    Lawn flat- a:iid1; :
    Children.

    Clothing.
    Fine Tailorm'ide S:it-
    at $10 .l0 to I'I a1
    Youths' Stlit-. loan. t ,
    $7 .-i to $1la.aw
    Fie Pant-. t .


    Straw Hats.
    Sp1 ial l :. < :*-
    >' >f all- I. Ih.:a -

    Shirts.

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    New Illea Patterns


    10 cents each,

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    |IINT TONIC


    F %v,-ryl,,AI *v IIP? a tr:ic t:. --
    lz.' ril.im days to driv'- :,way thi:t
    tir, t f-'elinl. Mountain Mint To,;i.-
    doa. tI!i-. It invi'orate- and puri--
    fiec tl;- blod. It cajr.-, th-e wari-t
    casep- of Iladiit-stioin. It cures per-
    manently all stoniiich tir-iiblo-. It
    uniake'- tihe sick well : the wo-ik
    strong:l am(i it vivt. ol- whl i- all
    run (dwni a tnov' '-'a-'e ei life aiind a
    healthy appeti-. M.ourituii Miint:
    Tonic has b-en trieui by hundrd-d tf
    people in l)Pen'acol. -V-r',yo't- of
    whom heartily r.-cmmll nd- it a- the
    be-t tonic the-y eve-r u-a i. It d,(,-
    more than we pcl iiwi foir it. Oin,. d(l-
    lar per bottle. -ix bottles for five dl-
    lar,. Trr it. It is mand- a ii n at-a-


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    _" c-tit-, will p 'II f,,r i. S LturI.avy ine f urnttr i
    edition of the J .- k-,ifvi Metrop .I-
    ii.. a larzn o .r 12 ;a:.,- ;a:per .. ft ly: */le .. i /u'i/I /
    ,,now until N<,v. II't!,. .y r,. Lil only, roc'1er', at ery r"
    and $2., i will ptav for th Daily price. Their /i '
    Jack-onville Metropoi- fr. ri now .plete. Don't l iii,
    until Nov. lt!.. for ca-!. inl advance i firn mitse n/ / ,
    only. The ohj'-ct (af ti-i unparal- .el,, Afarston
    lulled otf,-r i- tea give. trIe people" of stock.
    Florida a chance to keep poted on *


    the news of the comingi political
    campaign at extrne. y low e,-t. yandl
    als-o to Iitake tht- t h-t'-r t ;If'a'aIir'l llf
    with th- leadingir fr-.e- *-iver anrl
    Bryan nt-w-pap-er inl t! e tmart. It-


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


    Save Your Money.
    One box of Tutt's Pills will save
    many dollars in doctors' bil!s
    They willsurely cure all diseases
    ot the stomach, liver or bowc.-:,.
    No Reckless Assertion,
    For sick headache, dyspepsia,
    malaria, constipation and bilio-
    usness. a million people endorse
    TUTTS Liver PILLS


    THE CENSOR.
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    SCRAPS OF SCIENCE.
    In the exp-rzin.--_t-s nLith have I ..'....
    ('arrit-ol o .; S ,a KtuihAfrica with th.- MIjr-
    cons Pj 574-i ia ieit l-hs ttelegraphy it was
    round that (auut3LUIadlilg load nio effect 4'U
    the plysteri.
    The smcll II f riire prussic acid is al-
    ways fatal, the dis~coverer of the Elo
    himself hav-ing tle.-n instantly kil,'ed by
    to whiff of it. It kills the instant it en-
    ters the lungs as ra,. Pure tirusbic al-id
    in Dever sodd or haudledl.
    From mlicroskcu[Ejil olbservatiuns it has
    been computed that the akiu as perf.o-
    rated with l.owkou Loclea in a square inch.
    if the vtbok- umrfaee of the human body
    tie estimated at 14; Square feet. it must
    CIOntain tif*E-her t;AU 2-3,04.OtiU 0-es.
    lule. f.6 UP-nt.
    All th.' f iit'iful Whod have voin-
    pleted th. r twenly-ftr-t year uziu
    who have wit hi, gun th.-ir -ixtm.-thi
    yooar. atid t~onre ttin -o i 4en~llopolf .. I
    thoooobligati. Efl44 f a'.-' tr by siek :iie--'
    hardt work r EithE..r w- 11. kw-wni rai-
    t$ons, ire -~hh!zt d !o f.l-t 4,1i all the
    datra of 1,# :t. *-e.pt oU~.% !..
    On ttiose da b ut ontE- full nin-al i.;
    allowed. which 'i ail.o, bI-_- taktti
    bilfore noon.
    or thu) ('tE.i,.,lat-. ;,lid :1 -111 ill paecc
    .Ef bread lot it 'i~atk-r. t.E toe tako- imi
    the : Efil. Eind inI t!;.*- eii4~
    eloli-.taion. t1A .X(.-X-1111i4 till- flomt'lt
    11a t of 3nI t .lai jarvii~. il*Wi.
    At thli..c 4Lj'i '~..e
    tnitlIk, eirg= :tI;all I 1,1t:- o' if,:


    tmkpln at 6111 i '1'TlT! l. :
    take t!le v1it.,'a:1 L a
    3nd the dii:;.~- t, m H- Eli.

    nd IFriday- -TE !,L.E4: .'i E4o~nthf- .,it-
    t.rday of Eajii, r .'~e. Ik ..imd 011Holy
    raattardar.
    The ulV -e f ljcd i :tli.lwel in coo-,k-
    Fi.'h arid ':-iti -I.r- not allowed at
    the ttanite izil-a 1. t-"i (till Sinday!1.
    F,"~--. c ih-e-'. Tli: Ik aitatd ttatt.-r tay
    he uw-d ev.r ~d..v. but mbhatinence
    from at!ilt Vt-4- I- irecoi:nntiended on
    0hwod F -i d -av.
    PeigOni pD I1"t.from the obli-
    Wation of 1ss~i-.e a.t. n.-t holund b,'
    tha re~trict;'ai E:ltit-iziaietmteabut
    once a day ot the daty- in which thoo
    uste of ineat : ;.l at' y di-j'.n-
    itation.
    Child~ e,: 'v r -'-v,' it -+:irQ o'f aze
    are boutid hyit..- Ltww(if a b-tiznenLe.
    t301e4p txe u-ed by qyx*-' r other
    The paschal titne. ini wh ic-h-all
    Catholics W1140Ihave. Comn- toEthe
    years -if d;.e-rt-tion a4re boittd to) re-
    ceive holeir r-imnminniaoi:worthily, ex-
    tends froin t lie tir.~t $urm'1:i1 uf'Lent
    till Trinhity rinday. izielu-il-e. ('hi ml-
    dren 'over --' ta years Eif Hao re i-
    bound by t ie*-;'roct p- of' iinzu.il coonf-
    fe-u,.ion. PdatE 'r-' mtidpairptit-i -h- h. 1
    see that the children colnl"l k 1:11
    this duty.
    T['e lholy *- -n i .f L.-u.: i- .
    of prayrer. ,Ii-, -,,,A- :,,! -;rit. t-'-Iiu-
    ..io f roni I, #- ali t it- i i i -4-
    tnoputA. and-ial l.I. .' i ; 1-.:i vi :i4'
    bishop- Eof th" ~I stated !,)T-a#- o*i.ti
    y'earis. dittiitz ft 'in a. h 1.". 1-.41-
    ;working p..i'1'b.-.wile im..iiot a-ilv
    obiserve the C''i11in-on i1:w '"tIt
    church. lirE' Eu. p-'i-E4(froAm T&l-it-


    Mobile, A'a.Ft-brunary 1l;.lt'.
    A bteattiful and-tne~ u '
    C5 ce n t- ?,riu *1 'I ;:~ A: .N\1.t '-.l


    REPORTED BACK TO HOUSE.
    Committ" fe Ke'nmendl4 .Aveeptance of
    SSenate Put-rto !Uiiau.Bill.
    WA.kZIJT%1iT1)N, Aip:-.l 1:.-At the ilw~n.
    4ilz u f thi .'-. -f .1the h'mn.;;e t4iday Mr.
    Riynn ',f s,W Y,r',i cha:rnian E4fthe
    vr.vti. n I mi,*n- 'ia.:t,

    'hat :1ai --with t ht- .. :utua
    t; u1.1 tiia~t titx- setiat4- a~nonuim~ents b,,4
    c. iw-rr.,--lin. I- xw.!.'rlr 1priurte
    and L!. i-1 *oni th.- -.-d r
    4 or.' -r-A Ti rij1 17. ;:,xg .4a ~- Iw:'11 4* -1 1
    q \Irt II..IE4 lot. 'i Ili-: 0 '2

    -of 01--. Niceara1.TUa rallIl. i!..
    Ir. Wh...1-r -it' K. mton. kv a-'. .1 if i!
    wa.s Th.. Lv i~. 'i tlOT -r I::t. ce4al.'i
    bill a', rhi ..-i.
    A Will -41v tha! if I vii t 7,,-z
    'tIll jII 14 4
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    -l-WM Lot- b S,4--4uel1V2'ltalry Roto'u di-

    (~~EVlLudi- liw tr i the 'o Eruhitmiff of
    tii4. city of' Havtuia awil as-ugriing IBrigu-
    d'ter (rO~lQ1-AL" [ to ) immand the new
    &Iepa.Itmeiit of Fi.tLana will Pitiar del
    Rio. The changed wtll ticcur on May- 1.
    TOWN TOPICS.
    "S9creened J wtt-i in tlic late~zt in (Chi-
    ca g-.. St. Lovii!, is t nave tht*- mor-t-n-
    tngs.-St. Lojuis Star.
    Empiiria is a Fe. I!prhiition on
    but a manl can n;.:nk a li. 'ing by picking
    tip einhIty LootthE-s in the al~le&ys.-Lalo~orla

    It w would be oal iniloivr' i .oii.t tit leiv -t mif
    the ',fliials w".(iltI j'i-t try t-011111 New~
    Yol k f4Er a wevk *il--I ie .y3 1 ariL i rut
    would E.,- 'mczo e IA..
    f~The est~abishu:IE it 4-f a h-miik, f.r TifEe~,


    Nvo- Y'.mk f' Er yt~ars.- l-:t sa-i4City Sta r.
    It 111.1v ..' t Iunothat hK a Ii:1 .4 mt v is4EdCv-
    fi.-4,z.t mn -.h lo~ing '1.4-,l~l) ll. 0.1.1 bu-.hit
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    vx.-;. l to -!4, !a e r i ton is*.-irneb an of-
    1.-n 44e7to) i Tle t vii.1 hyani!.4. i~ :n Call.




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    is/i !..Irnz O I2: i .-t and i eve -
    fi%,- (mi C'/ f r t:: h )*/ir /wi on et1 nit


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    t~I4 m.. 14;.." -.%. ote Pa. c 1Z n r. .,,

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    Fr''r- V l,,1%: ,. .nd ETin -and d-.
    Fazv 1le-h AN At-::1 k-I. V v i-i


    r ;tFLe:''IEti r;..Etc.. 'wit h
    .1 :.--tit-al :--4ol t"--nlt of atLatiE4.iery.
    -No.4..' ui Palafox -Strcoet.


    Ever.? woman love-- to th!nk of the
    tI'm s wea a sc". L-!I0 body. all her
    c.J.r. -.t% in h,!r bc~rn f-
    saJ;.-'1:* g !-.- ytevnnrg 4....iies ,.-
    the h*-ar: of every g:3d wv.-Dmn. But
    ytt th-rt is a Uack Ccloud hvr
    a~z:ierro:.p: ;:ure In. her -,- -,d
    v.--hf. -.r w: er ?ns
    dr-ad of ci2Lr ai.r5 away nru.*un
    . : .tZej,Yc~f m iL2 nd*-t
    read n t bt so. Fcr a~e.
    has Leti cn pn tr-e mr~a.wl-.;
    .

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    I ~rc !ottle.
    i':[ BD4iIU() 0 GIIG ATOR C.
    NN r:e f r our f .. .l.o,,I)cf~ra
    1;.i .4y 1


    LEGAL DECISIONS.
    In a r<("e ct .ca in St. Louis the j udgi-
    decided that it is the tit.v ,.f the husband
    to gvt tip In tihe morning and make the
    kitchuia tire.
    A St. lo.mis judge has rulel that if a
    husblanl Itbe locked out by his wife he
    iay chop down the door. if neces.-ry. to
    gain entrance, but he has to pay for the
    door.
    It has just bown judicially decided in
    Oregon that in an lemergenlcy c::se a phy-
    biciani can drive across a bridge at a
    speed greater than that permitted in or-
    i -,dy tragic.

    OUR MARKETS.
    According to Sw(retary Wilson. tire
    "roast beef 4t ,li Englaud" is io ) ship-
    pel from ('hia;r.A. Ameirica feerrds the
    wold.-l'hilad.lphia ia LAedger.
    The sale of Aimnrican -t,.l.I in England
    for $2 a ti:n less thau the English price
    has arousei rth GE.rimian .tcdlituakers to
    the possibilities of Aimericaln competition.
    There is no doubt aletit our ability to
    capture the mark< ts of the world.-Cleve-
    lapld lAnder.


    DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
    icot ru:<.
    1siw YoRK. April 10. ,Rws CIAR
    January............... 7 .... 800
    february.............. i. ,1 i . "I
    SMarom.................. 03
    April.................. 35 .... 4
    MA ................. 9 .... v :<
    Jaung.............. 9 .ii $0 3-
    July................... ....
    August.................. .... -. .
    September............ .. .... 4
    October ................ 1 i
    November .............- ... 7 9
    Leoemrbe .. ...... 7 ...- I
    Spot cotton closedl (lliet but steady.
    mi:ddling upLand. 4. I mi;dling gulf ieC
    GRAiN AN"D k'tOVislUNm.
    CHICAGO. April 10 UPVS CLOUS
    WHEAT-Aril ......... .... C
    WRzAT-May .........6:'3 ,- .... t$:
    WHBAT-JulV ......... .... s 4
    W\VuEAT-September....... tiv
    LOUL-Apri ... .... 3:0-
    LORM-May............ 3" .... J -..
    IoKN.--Juiy ......... 4t .
    LOLL N-eptemer ... 4.t1
    UArS- \prl....... .... 2 ,
    UATS-May ........... '. 5 .... .
    UAT--July . .. .... 24 ,
    PORit .A\ r.l..... .......... 1.. .>
    kOnL-May ..........12 .... 11 FL
    rumK--July ...... ......... 1 2
    a.-l ':,r.l . . ..... 7 0
    t A-D-Matl............ .... i
    t -S- April.. .. .... .... 7 1"'
    Lltl N lA-M -tV 7 .... 7 1
    L d- J y .. ....... 7 It,
    NAVAL rOI'T-
    nII.MINGT ,,'N. a .. Apr:l 1'J.--pir1t.
    turpentine s:ea'lv- a .., .." *. re'eiprt 11.
    I to-in li'- lit ;i !:. :, recei;.t.s 1 .:.
    Cr'itle tu.rpentiline it rv :e.t :it 2-', :1..5,
    r,-teit'l o. Tar firm at l.:, receipts
    %N %\NAI,. April 1, Spirit' turpen-
    tine firm at rece:prs 4-2. -ins ,P;*.
    export 2 ;.' kosLU it : '4* al, i ,1an latib ..Al,
    receipts 7.:,; sales 7.. -exp rts li,1lu7.


    THE ART OF WAR.


    W ith .a : i:,h hI iir' : tri'r,,- it is
    pos iI-itl ti (> tlii.-1 h ,'. i .i 44114 .; :, be-
    twc.en forces 1 :.t Tii :i;, ,:rt.
    A f'orCe' ('f 1l.4il i nTW,':i ,A hi ;i'an Cover
    25 lmii'A i: thhe da!y is strb-neir than a
    force of 1 .'EN which h (ann c.-ver 'Only 13.
    ('avalry. Awl mn marching in sections -
    that is. four abreas--orupy as exactly
    as possible as many yard as thee are
    men in the force.


    NICOLA CASSA,
    RESTAURANT---O mYiTBs.

    Fruits, Candies, Vqgltabls,
    Cigars and Tobacco at Low Price?.
    Cor. Tarragona and Zarrmoisa -ts.


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    IA.E.tl ae eti (Tei~Ig Povdmn) TEETMN1ARt!~c%(1t6-I,
    Gosts oily 3 ceats at DnUTroubksoAM A
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    Stitched Rii ..Nr iTon ~Ay W V iCo .1y ~::
    Power CMnip.1n-, JhZ1bnjK.lP'-f). rn Mug sr .? I H
    and R~ans'. r. 0?s & Co'a fRaw 1!&Js La- l&Casi..*.'h'- *, ~
    m X12 AL'dir -"-d C (nt -)rv.
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    WE HAVE THE ONE ro# WANT!
    Whot hEr 1441 wsiwa 11mg h onoE.
    a-msiallonp. eAll exiwti~ivS'(ir ;- Ci4-EI4 (ill..
    V.- av grt-st v'siraty for .4:--i rengt Th-
    ite-t of thtena tire luxurious. A1o4 cbeap.--t
    are- go4d.
    1)WFLLlNG.I lORl IE"JT.
    story I 241
    No. wmti Kno.t 1:11 n u t r--t. .4-) r,6iTlj'. I Lf-
    Hi llIii1.1 a
    'Co. :111 'A.--rt Ltfita .-troet. 4 rEOn1-, El
    -t4irv I -10
    -. s -I!AE-t atelznmiot I 1--t. -7 ro~ms..

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    No. 491 Emil 4babC str. et,4 F.iii
    ,,:oiry I 2
    No.9III21 IAAd-t eli ion t .t r,.-vt .!frooms~. II
    N0 llV.--t4C- rvis ti I -t ro-e I, room 4.E
    ('or. ltpu'. aii.1 I .itua .- i rooni'-.
    i I ator I 44EN
    No) &4SowIt Sl3iting %I tr*-t. I)r'i rpuiii-II
    %ttor-4 1 .1. .
    No. ):; 3N tort It I"- iisr-,t rei-'--4rwiEtiA~
    No. :1)l E. I utendencia -it rt owni..
    No. 7Noi I urgingg -lr--I. 5rtc-ni-.
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    wa-, an ANCIENT w;"., u-ed
    to burn wood.
    i- for BILLS that :l. paid
    when he could.
    was the COAL that lie after-
    wards bought.
    is the DIRT and DUST that it
    brought.
    is the EVIL th.e-" things
    brought to pars.
    was his FOLLY in not u-ing
    gad.
    is the GAS George u-ed ini his

    is the HEIGHT of joy gas
    brought to his home.
    is tho INDIAN; he doesn't
    use GAS.
    cannot uae it. for J w the
    JACKASS.
    is the KITCHEN whe-re GAS
    is the fuel.
    is the IAI'NDIIY. they'er
    b,)tli of 'em cool.
    i" tho" MONEY. aved- by a
    Gas IRange.
    is for NOW, the b-st tini(o for
    a chan ..
    is the OFFIERI tIP (.'.*m, p tr
    makes.
    i- thf P'iOFIT, d,,,'t m:, k- ;
    Ini-take.
    i- f..r QVE.4ITION : n,- i -
    tiln ;at :l: '
    i- tl*- ANG. ypo -:. ult
    buy b,-f,' Fail.
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    Try IE. On Tap ~ al"l c E lS.83NO. 3 S, PALAFOX ST.


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    g~f".Ve lr'iw vir .'Wtj JBill-'Of FXer:!Ar.j.t*-,:IGr# -Lt I
    Gerzni~u; y .i mi:iItaly, F-oi11 r; *-i.w~-.....
    way, 6wedan. D.~kand other Euroi,.,e', .* r,
    AW'Ve3Ael3 Dl-barsel upon the Mo-41 Favo',LblAr.-P
    Obligatior-9 Taken Payable ate Port of D~tmuatlou leu k.'r I ..
    iifter Vea3aI ArrivesItdFor.
    AWSafety Deposit Bozos for Rent In Conne.cts-n
    with which we have a Private Apartment for tho Ttje
    of Reuters.


    Mllan Bros. Co.


    SCoppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.1

    WN 1m.edqaW N a tr for t

    *II-II w so 0 .. ... 1


    I5el0rai80 MCMIIian Seamless luorentine Still.


    MOBILE, ALA.


    THE ORIGNAL ---


    A. B. C.

    A. B. C


    BEER.


    V. J. VLO0ATh, Sle WboieUS3ir.-




    Tif A IR~JE Of V16 iRY 110

    JUG & FAMILY TRADX S0LICITE-1
    yrop 10- :Ivi--r to Any Part of ths t
    j~~iii ~~i*:~ef'.AtI't omEffcv, a1I.ixx. *.-4


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    SOiE iG"TS FiR


    WANTED.c0 3?v
    Waitd tokoyall lad:of oonI...Nails,, Azea, Shovel~s, Saw MKI &ArtS~teambo'Hasupp ile.C...'
    Ind Firsitirs, Muschadlss, Ac mand Heating Stoveo, Pains. (0119 and Window GI&9-4.
    udiressBox 142. Agate and Tinware and If ousefurn~shing Gow'.-


    W.M. 11 N.1;


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    g THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1900.


    WANTED. &A W BAND.
    fPete Comeir Oempay Played to
    Good at-es Leet Nc br
    The Peters Comedy company
    scored a great Isucess at the opera
    bhose last night in the production of
    "Wanted. A Husband."
    The Browning and Nau s-itera. the
    celebrated Orient Female quartette.
    rendered some fine music and were
    called back a number o' time-.
    Mr. Cam Baily. the clever yomne'
    comedian. pleas.-d tt:e ae'dleuce w ith
    comic ditte-, and intat itu-.
    Phil Peter,. :o- Mr. pcht::it*.
    brought dowu t.- I ,u--e witni L. s
    fau tnakitr.
    To.nigtt bWl; will he -"Kii'z ,f
    Liars" at w.,;c:: peor(,rinanatie
    haodsonie dr.--- ;p:ttt-r:i i,, I e
    given away. I: i i..w *,:. x'.i'::i :i
    at the Fort.-. -tr' .
    WHINi TIRAl\ I 1.I.
    'W whether n l,.i .r,- h-:." I ,- :-
    "s, take- ,,, vry r t:; a t'
    tSyrup 4 tV i-. : arT- ::.-t
    autly ani '.rt:iii ": k i.--.
    liter. ; i h< ,-;- i -', v..::*;.,. b- :-
    headac" *- a'. '; ,-r ',rtr- ,'" -.k
    -' ll a d :t : t ': '- t- l .,t *:f ,': :, .-
    hy the ( '.!;** *:. :.i F'-" :y : t
    enly.
    HIE-A\ V AIIAIL TOIlRM
    City of Tanmpa lRan Into It This Morn-
    int-Captain tast Control of Boat.
    The ;te-amer ('ity dof Tampa wl;hich,
    plie between t!:i-s ;rt an:d Milt::.
    while iu reute t.ere tl i- morznriiz.
    encounter-ed a !h.vy :il -tor' ;, ei
    Black Haimnock ab!)4t s" ,,-cri.
    which la-ted about fift:e n i ;t: ute-.
    Theeaptain -tated to a NEN.- r,-
    pfrter tlhii mnrn hn:r that t!. iii;.;
    were a" large *- t.he end ,f !,i-
    thumb. The hail wa-s so thick t:, t
    the boat shifted broad side to .T:,
    atorm. the captain lo-t all contr,-l o'
    her and she drifted for some di--
    tance.
    There were fifteen pa --ng-r- ,t1
    board the stearner and they were all
    pretty well frightened.
    Red nHot From The Gun
    Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead
    man of Newark. Mich.. in the civil
    War. It caused horrible Ulcers
    that no treatment helped for "-'4
    years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
    Halve cured him. Cures 'ut-.
    Brmees, Burns. Boils. Felons. Corn-.
    Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure oni
    earth. 25 cts. a blox. Cure giuaran-
    teed. Sold by W. A. D'Alembert-f
    Druggists.

    Cleanin, ladies kirts and wai-tz
    M one of our speciai::et-. ftar I.auU-
    dry.
    Sir lhmas Lipton
    WaVs, and i-. a typical Iri! r; in :ti.d
    a genuine sport-m'in. but i.e i- a-i)
    a celebrated manufacturer of choice-
    gatronomic.al dai nti-a. and a nirtedd
    connoisseur and import-r of fine tea-.
    that have iecolme famouwa threougn-
    out the civilize-d world. Jacoby. ti,,-
    well-known grocer. hat- juitt re.e-ive-d
    a large con-igidient 44f ir T1hoiin -
    celebrated teaM. and cordially iin-
    vit.s the lovers of good tea to vi-it
    his place and in-pect and te-t th !-n.
    He ha, als- ju-t r-ceive-d full litn-s
    of Bremnetr' (celebrated ('akes. (v;a-
    ham Cracker-. ('Che. HI-1cuit. ()it-
    meal C(rackers. e-tc.: Do,,.soc-llraun
    Macafacturin. (i** ftinou- J,-l.ia-.
    Jamnl. Pickl'-. e:c : National Hi--
    euit Co's ('t, -s trtw-. ('rack r
    M[al, etc : hi, nu i'K- ci-rct- ;:11d
    Wafe-rs;: Wurz-n Bi--,;it Ma, uf.'-
    tory's Vanilla Wafer- Oerinta :
    Anger's G-rman ;Golden E4-al Ei:,:
    NudeJn; Arcadia l'ackir C"'"-'.
    hvaporat d Apple-.. Peach-- and oth-
    er fruits A small lot of those tine(.-
    ives in 10-cent bottle-i- -'till in stock.
    'he "Little Giant" Coffee Roaste-r
    is still on deck. running day ard
    uflght at the rate of a mile a minute.
    to Ell constantly increasing orders
    far Sue ('offeea. Tho-e who nave
    a*treeestlt visited Jacoby'- should
    net il to go and inspect his enor-
    a'mos -tock of everything in the
    'shape.O eatable anid food product"
    .djjplayed In profusion In every de-
    pgtanent of the establishment.
    Nobby r'ri1ng Sui:te for young men
    at White'.-
    BElL'fi YOUR CHANCF.
    hon. Woven Wire and Ornamental
    Feocing for All Purpose-.
    I am agent for the largest manu-


    factnrerr in the world of everything
    in the way of plain and ornamental
    iroe and wire fencing, settees. vase--.
    ec. There i. nothing in this line
    that I cannot -upply and at mann-
    facturers' prices, erected in durable-
    &ad workumatlike manner and at
    such low price- that you will be a.-
    tonisbed. I s supply anything froin
    a plain wire farm fence to the
    weot expensive ornamental cemetery
    feet; crestivTg for tower-. tree
    guards. ornamental settees, base-
    meat windows, window guard-.
    hitching racks, weather vane--.wovn,
    wire poultry yard fencing. Spa(ce
    will not permit me to enumerate vIl
    the styles I sell. but you can -**
    illustrated catalogues and get esti-
    mates by aplplyin.: at Win. John-.'.i
    &A on'f hardware department
    9Ahim A. J. W ATKINS.


    DangeR- of the Grip.
    The create-t danger from La
    ripee is of its resultinitt ;'n-u
    molisa. If reaonable care is u-ed.
    however, andi Ct'amberlain s (." t'i
    Ilemedy taken,. all danger will b-
    avoided. Aotnog thl tt-- of thOi-"-
    ands wico hiave-' used this retmedy for
    la grippe. we tiave yet to learn of a:
    single case hma ing resulted in epneu-
    momia. which shows cotlclusively
    that thi- remedy is a cei tain prevet-n-
    tive of that tlalgerouts disel-e. It
    will care la grippe iii l-s time than:
    auy oth-r trt.at tIent. I: i- l,'a-ar
    and stafe t,, take. For -.i:; b1y -ia:t-
    tah Uiros. anJ all int-dicinet dealt i-.
    J. I. Ste-phens has a large asst rt-
    ment of solid Sterling Silver ,an.)
    Roger's Knivt-s. Forks and Spoor,

    Get a new Hat from our spletId:i;
    stock of inew -ty -: .rices low .:
    White -.


    ARRTUD.
    IK s Cst arrgten, u-7. Biad. Himilto-i to W

    I. KAMIR IP-
    *- I~L~ *. 4i.I. %3-a 1~W ~Koy-
    --rA cofei r ti W-th :*l; C- 0, ft %& W11
    * nitit~r. :iued at $4.!,"%
    AT QTVARA'NTINK
    I''-'*-~a r:.zht.*'!ACoode. TATmPiCO
    1 ~ran'.it Trom-:it -
    N-or tek Andraho,. I t2.a.ormt-eh-4.t'n. Abe'r
    1.--"L to ordor
    Amn sch kW Hopk,:i-. -2', Hterkhorn. Ve-ra
    fo kphler~;uin: ..a, put in tfer 1.211ga-
    taand distnfect~oa
    it )k v. rtoe in avirs. !le:7. SHi halvin-). Am-
    ste-rdam. to order
    .us Frrosixtcs. 1-3. ..A iri ha. (:d~?
    4-. to W.if Iran-at. Co
    q,, tl-ri) pAugiu-1. :4pi. IJatui-g~. Bordeaux,
    rt-er
    No dl Iii )Part 1>-ns. : i. ; rum b.-'-.;. I..r.-n)-
    4-k .to 4) '1cr
    -:.. 8 1 i%% rp. ti -r e
    i.,-- bitt A-1ma Dah a. 'LuiiaeC. ar-

    I ri Cfl. nt-'i.- ViPplI u. Murk. A.
    it va) 1,. ttt-- &P h ur.

    THLE sIRIPP1Iti.




    Pr Ca.:.;* --* al': -i. ti 'iW S Keyse-r
    ;.4 Hat. loz.d

    I r '-:a:n. to jz! 'I ran-
    e. 5 .rC C I to (.uIfTiaoiit
    BARILP


    iA ..-;a Ac m.'an-. *.. Bar-tto. W I. %% t-
    Nor B:ro--a, .-~. lVven-.n, to H II B1oy-r
    c r ,t2.... d'< a -i tiv.-r-oli. to) order
    ;t lPu<. c. u.!Ia. ;,'7. I.irar.ttma, c.'d tor
    t..-: ion
    -, 'n-:.a F: .-:'a. 777. jo0lc.t!le"-. to
    !;:dr. I6 > n. :' a *A
    7,,r i!ad:a. '.. J. -e". to (j:uf Na*al
    1 lu:,a i .4.:. t-1 a--:t c': l for A.I2..r,.
    N-ir I.',uise. .5. .) i r.-..-u-.. to l'. iiaculat
    I L;-Lou::. "7. Janson. toW S Keyser *
    Nor Merzapore. i175. Ji.i:nson. to Iaars,
    %,or Nore. 1.a". M:,ke set*:, t,' P en.ucola
    Iu iU tber 'Co
    iue ,1omo. 7:Ji,. .olianbien. to Pen-acois
    I.uinter tL o
    tor Perfect.e. Larien. id for toode
    It 8teinvora. 1I(%. Bozo.e cid for tjenom
    sor -i.z id.Sl, dausan.to rat person. Down-
    :.ng a Co
    Nor 5>lsoiad, 3N. Petepren. to order
    Am V.odanJi, .7,. Ecker. to IE 8aun-
    Jer- & Co
    RIS;-.
    tj-r EIly. C7-1 Maais. to order
    Am i l-.ranc-,e readich,. 37, Lank. cid for
    l'ainad-lpbhi
    Aui Elsa A Bavi4. "J5'2. BRenson. to master
    Am HIlsaiiar. -S. Axel.on, to ma ter
    1ir Julia Eziia'peth. *', swettling., to mas-
    tr Mahol darling,. 1::. Roberts, eld for
    N ,-au
    ar Plolo.'.Ice, L- F-st.-r, to order
    JP CLEARFtD AND SAILED FOR PEN-
    BALOLA.
    87K9 4NGIPS.
    r*' ,zv.a. No-. -!1 %anch',str Mar,'h 7
    ial.. ti ;iivr-rna I Br. l;ir.-. ull March 1"
    ij -,!d.d r i.- r,. .I. at Harry, Jan :31
    I: s.,. (r. !.'", (e ;n-'a iFeh "-'
    Lanitfond1. Nor. 1-4.. Hailiesen, G rlinby
    March !1
    N\",iltpol 1'.. -' lir-4 r.iock March e2
    .an. Nr. . Ha len. -id. Marcli 1'
    ni. i-nrh5*. l;r. ;,t. H.arrion. tIt Michae-b
    T,, Q Waynian. Br, 1 it. Watt. arri\-d. Rot-
    tC-rldmill. F1i 1%
    l1% .-tonr., r. i-','" t>e rt;:, ).: (i, -non. Ian -)t
    a ,i -r tU. r, I ,;.,c as-al. Antw.-rp March -'
    L/.a./ tar. Br. ilid wa:ie- il"t 33
    A K5.
    An .z in S *ch;afTi: It. sid Mar.AilI.- Jan -:~
    ALiathe*. Nor. 1- 7. -Id Antw.-rp l.ec 14
    Ala,. Aw-t. .: at Talte KaY F.-h 12
    ir--do. 1'. 7-'. i ( fl onoa F'eh 17
    H, ,iand. Nir. 544. -hi l.-r Mar.ch '
    ar-:n ntle-tt,>?.!. "!1. d 'arthagepnlt. Ian -'
    b' tal n. Ru.-. *L. a lircvelon-'k. i' -e)i
    li t1:aa. f-w l. d tt u ll Jain I
    r:r'',o. It. -l, Tulli I',c .VC
    ur'r / zGu-tat. l;-..- d Ilun-, rr! Marchi 7
    I'i auc'i. It. --.75, -11 Valienoai March :.i
    Faiti.,. It. '5". -Id %aple s sept 1., ashore
    Nov.-) near Port KRo al
    i-t-. .Nor. t-il Preston, Ic.';:1
    e,..-ta(no i aat-. ona. It. 1:1'.., sd ( '-fnlaft
    Mnrch.
    h.nt-gt-rni. N"r'. 7 N. .ii' .It:,'kstadt March 7
    Jobhan Irge-n-. Nor. id t'hrt-tiansand Nov 10
    Johbanne. Nor. :41 Tonshurg le-c w
    Maria Margaret. ta, 'wed ,d C Capoe Town
    Mart-i it'
    M.etie-li B, It. sid (tienoa March 24
    Marcells. It.t ld Hamburg. Nova
    Mielutie., u! '.9*%. ild Stbarunes i F.-h '
    Monte A. It.74,. lsid Marsetlle% March :3
    1hiia. Kus. s d La Paillce Oct *.2
    Pioneer. Ger. liti. at London March 11
    Prote .sor John-en, Nor, Iwik. sid Bristol
    Rachblloe P. It. 9 O,. cld Maraellias Fel .-7
    R.t, Ilan. 44., at Kahis Jan !-
    ts* llio t. It.'l.,at La iiata. Nov Hi
    Valluta. Nor. lid Lcitb Mch 10
    Virginia. It, l3d Madeira. Ieh b-N
    Working Night ard Day
    The busiest and mightiest little
    thing that ever was made is Dr.
    King'! New Life Pill. Every pill is
    a sugar-coated globule of health, that
    changes weakness into strength, list-
    lessness into energy. brain-fag into
    mental power. They're wonderful
    in building up the health. Only 25c
    per box. Sold by W. A. D'Alem
    oerte.
    For Ely Time.
    Me|-r-. J. E. Ro,- & Co.. No. 11 N.
    Pal.itfox stre--t. have perfected ar-
    rantreiaent- for the manufacture of
    the t, -t window screen ever placed
    uip i thi- market. rhey claim for
    it the following desirable features:
    It can he r-moved and stored
    away at the end of the fly season
    without the use of tools; the blind
    and i-~h of the window can be easily
    handle d from the inside without in-
    trference or trouble from the screen ;
    it i- -i:ple in con-truction. and thie
    pric- i-s -i low as to be within tlhe
    re-ach of .all. Call and examine it.
    -tind leave your order for any number
    train one to *u,.e hundred.
    IS & CO.'S
    \\ I N I)0W SCREEN .

    Our ;prices r e- al-olut'ly the low-
    es-t t;h'-e who t!:nk the contrary
    have -ither not fairly tried u,. o'r
    th,\ lh:vle tn,.:r red ot r pries by
    :ho-- lh:ri,.d f,'i Clotlin zg of doubt-
    fulq tiiality. White'-.


    Milome OGives Away. I
    It is certainly gratifying to the
    public to know of one 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
    tan million trial bottles of this great
    medicine; and have the satisfac-
    tion of knowing it has absolutely
    cured thousands of hopeless cases.
    Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse-ness:
    and all di-eases of the Throat. Chest
    and Lungs are surely cured by it.,
    Call on W. A. D'Alemberte. Drug-
    gi.t.s, and get a free trial bottle.
    Regular size 60c. and $1. Every
    bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.

    FINE POULTRY.
    At C. Corner's Poultry Yard.
    I am now ready to sell eggK for set-
    ting from the following breed-I of
    chicken-: Dark Brahmas, Paitridge
    Cochin-, Light Brahmas, Wlhite
    Cochiiis, Plymouth Rocks, Br-own
    l.eghrn-, Wynlt's. My fowls are
    from the very beat strains to be
    fouitu,!. and I invite th public to cnll
    aid r-*.- my poiltry yard--ihut 7t"1
    li-l fewl-. 'o ha l(. e-,-ttini-, of 1I:
    t e,- f- r f l..'>n. IL( I-o 1I.1.INS..
    7a tf M1!aiager.

    Wh'ar vyo pay for ('CothinLg -is not
    half -o iitiportadnt as what you get.
    \\ iit,-'.


    l-'ity Dollara ILeward.
    Those parties guilty of breakintr
    into school building- Nos. I. 40 and
    T7 and intilatitng #same, are h-r-hby
    notified that the reward of $5ootfered
    for the arrest and conviction of any
    one for breaking into a school build-
    ini or school building out-huu-e,
    still hod zgouod.


    N. It. Cdez t


    5,1lw


    NO IICE TO CON ItRACTOltA.
    Resolved, by the member. o{ the
    Laborer's Protective Union No.
    N.44, of Pensacola. in regular meet-
    ing that the following announce-
    ment be made tor the benefit of the
    public:
    On and after the 10th day of May
    the scale of wages shall be as fol-
    lows:
    Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
    Common labor. $1 .50 per day.
    EIWARI C. WILLIAMS,
    a7-lw' Secretary.




    Brittles surpass all other makes-
    peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
    nut.
    How can we afford to sell such
    high irade Clothing at such close
    prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
    ple; ours is a modern store, con-
    structed strictly on progre-sive
    plan. 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 the story in a nut
    shell. White s.
    MIIJANEitY NEWS.

    Mrs.L Cohen io Offering as SpecIal
    I ewdere lor This Week.
    4 Spray Runch Rosebud foliage.
    only 2 cent. .
    3-atpray Bunch Violet Foliage,;
    only 20 cents.
    In My Paitern Hat Department


    You will find -ome extra eood
    uPs. We are making room in
    department for the arrival of
    new Easter novelties.


    v-al-
    tiur
    our


    2o Dozon Men's French Neck Bal-' 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vestm.
    briggan Undershirtsat2.5cents each; Lisle Thread, our price 25ec each ,r
    Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen.
    :3 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front
    Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price .ac. eacn :
    each ; Drawers to match. all sizes.
    :W Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 21 Dozen Fancy and White Silkl
    briggan or Fancy I'ndershirts. nice Pleated BosomtiShnt-. our price$1 c';
    quality, at 45 cents each: Drawers to all -ines.
    .match. We carry the laro.t lin i li Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt- 1in the City"
    lBalbrlggai Undershirts at 50o cent-,: at the Lowest Prices.
    Drawers to match. 36;-inch Spring Percale--. ,,ir
    l I Dozen Ladies' Sleevele- Vests price ............... .......... c
    at old price, 6 for 25 cents. or 4)c 33-inch Very Shet-r White L awn,.
    dzce--n: embroidered neck. i our pri- c ................. .c
    17.- Dozn Ladip!-" Mi-,-' atld 27-inch: Ch:,ck -Namn-ook. our
    Childrenn' Sleeve-ie-s Ve-tQ, with price- ....................
    Tare Neck. 3 for 25c or t95c dozen. .0-inch ,laite ant l.a Oc.t
    25D.ze-nt L 1tie- Sltevel Ve te,. j Pique, our pri .................. I c
    with silk Tape Neck. : for 25 or, A ihire White Coerded l'a. lu-. eor
    s4.35 dozen. i rice .......................... l.c


    We have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date

    Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

    Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


    .;,-ineh S our price .......... .- ....... 1 Cle
    1 Yard-Wi(ide 'S a I-land (' C-tton
    at ............... . ... .c
    1 Yard-Wide Fitc;.vyiL- l.i,.ach-
    ed, made by I. n.d-ele- Co.,
    w while it last s.... ........... 7 c
    e ) Pi-eces Iate-t (.' hlo at...... Ic
    I C., lPa hlbrui'-a G.tLamin,
    W' rra tetd ... ........... c
    Ji receiv-l a full line of Sirts
    ainl Slirt Waist--: ; Ie:- are the
    lowest.
    Para-; l- o- I :..:r'- n :tt i4, 74.
    l.',4) andl I 25.
    Ladlie Irril't--:--'.t P rra; ia ira
    l a t t -t a d a t ,- .7 i a d 2 .
    All tlie- late-t -'yl --t l.li-n-' and
    'thildr.n's itr:iw Htt- ai.d Sailor-;
    al-o .ti rolls Nn w .;,ri Mattin!-.
    at 1 1) ... l, and 2,.. ; -. .r :.:,r I.


    - -


    i:r


    Easter Bargains






    COHEN, IDAN COl


    RACKET STORE.


    0 & 0


    We Pride Our-elv- ,,,; Having the ,irande-: a::J M -:
    Exiquisite Selectioi. in


    * Spriog and Summiei Dress Fabrits,

    Wash Silks and Organdies.

    (_;r#ate-t (Choie,, or th.-. Mot C-lebratl M..LI:

    S^Ladies' Shirt W(flaists:

    Al-' a (;r'-.it V\ariety f


    : Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-MIlade Suit
    Jl IT 1" ECEIVED).


    Millinery Department.
    As I'sual WN l.. /i : .yvlae and Pri4 < ''I:- M'..
    Hughlo-, th JI-ad \11I inner, we-ll !-ta.'i :- .r
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    Our Shoe Department.
    We do Not Need any RPcommendation.. Men. Women
    and Children are More than Convinced that they
    ,et the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoe- at the
    ? lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'S
    "; BTORE. .....

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

    *=Boys' and Children's Suits=*
    At Rediculoulvy Low Price-s.


    MATTINCS, CARPETS,
    Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
    Trunks and Valises.
    WE ARE INVINCIBLE IN LOW FPI'CE.

    We Invite the Public to Look Into 'iur S,!.w Wi -
    dowi for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of C:,-k- t.
    Wait on You!
    YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

    SCohen, Frieilman & C's
    RACKET STORE.
    Mail Orders Attended to Pr-,::pt.-


    W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


    lmI My Trimmed Hat Department
    You can buy a nice trimmed Chic
    Hat for $1.25. $1 50 and $1.75, in Leg-
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    Go to Mrs. L. Cohen's*


    SEASTER


    Easter Sale!


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    LUMBER, LATHS,

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