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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 12. 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 59.


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


PUERTO RICAN BILL


IS PASSED BY HOUSE

-7 Vote on Measure Taken

at 5 O'Clock.


F.rRTY LINES ARE DRAWN

I. .uhllOtea \% ha .! l n et II-
r, E n to i.i.-,, \ ..- 1 c l ..'.! -t

.t -O thfer M atti.:- < ,,-;,l,'r,-,l.


W(PUrH AF iICA.N WARI.
lliwr.. Continue Their Attack
Elasiolp-lasgre.


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''.I24cit -fth.' remdina of
i *I'z'a~o f NMr Dah -111. th--
to.l'll euti i. Hadoptifn wasa
ru' n'.. was ad-opt-d. 1.1,4 u)
:-III:2th#e jiw'ie.age of the bull.
;.i'.e_-' riiite, -'.ir debAte on tach
'e21111V1,
nI i"' ,u thei*a Isum .rroulted
,..-.at.-in stui-itly party line.
0 I- .;etn.m I if a fow Repubiaami4
!n,.t he Whipped jlt4) hue.
'he Fwtiltte e'ciiioneid a rew~lu-
Ru! qpte ci calling on the prei-
.I11ilfilite "late whether any
r. -(to-c l.-'I extecute(d by garrote
ih nfl' thet" ltif-tedSW40At
-. .22 I.'* 'ii 1.aind if 01 why thid
e. ''.e'i~tlDWa.- eITUPleel'.
.1u1II- .u relatitig tA) the Quay
At -21hif..-,. -the ,sliuiatt'and Mr.
I f ichiginnrca'.... i iaddreax
.Mr. AiPl'N4in oflwa a'-
%I-. BRurr INi ,to vielel to hitm
A11".Ie"Pr'.eat 1 eI leill
-H_ COMPTROLLER'S REPLY.
IIIx.-.. -r' % *%mie' Inqiiir em lrItexuigriing
t i. mrre-uli-Hill .



hir v4 f s-CIO 5 193,

it%- 6. ''r'beten pe'ruittoed
Ii'tv as-i-atail t r.'aurer
2 1 tat.'% lawful Tiri."llieyll
I .e ..r-Il"ie of di'eppsit.
','.ttheY wxx crauth',o
2 ii- ;~et 1,1 t"Vcii lawful

'. It#li' it ief Mtram- 14,
1.'.I:- ,-nTiTvllV('*eV bill, ropeal..
:,1 41 If tilt' ro-viN., tattut..*li
-i''iethen' bank.swill here
r -t.'1t i* o (I fn' il oieuuntitxucg*th
pai-t i ef the-ir lawful re-

i "1- :t'-.it 114.,NW)t5mbolff theie
n,-w in .sets.ta~nding which 0.0
*:-: v byv the- Lanks in the prim.
-' If!e' e'ast with ithext-ex~pton
Av ox t.-in 'intile anid alqso audi-
hipir r91wcrrm am Unite'd State
....I f eiquoieit.
P-;;t I"I this rulw'al of *Ction 6
r .* -aploe.'ramv 'in ei-ircnjatken
t. i'r against which the
Ax IoeiDiP.2%utd.-
IIII 11,1011,to COLLAPE3SS
1an hiaI~UfMenl -Seemcrl Were
killed.
P.e.. April 12.-Thr-re walitPi
_-at te here at 9:I-k) tpolock
-,-unlfl and it iia feared that
AV' w#.'re lost. The large
Wrarehoute. of Arrnstron.-
y.x white lead w.)rk.;. ud-
*,pedand catine to the
::a cra~lh, buryinit all the
*- N.e-l 'a-ve'r still D. C.
-l,-nmzifor thetitirumi. were
*i.t.Frotr ponr~oioo are

ti.to.: hey :it#- terrn-
11 11a' aydie. ( tilio
I ti.*. -tiee-t mitd htirio-d.


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4p 1;.e listorI>
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: H! h--. Ihey -1',til
S : Tar be,,r, it I-
1 A. 1. AI ile)mbert,.
S -':-;e-l Clothing It-
S1 re-pect to made-to-
Se -e :;e new Spriug
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\V \-:i; \i. i IN. -April 12 i're-i-
dii. 2 1 I .st,.-v wiil pr.,ba:iiy mn.k,-
I 't. l, 1.-. '- All, n the fii?.t g; ve. rni r
"f P'rto wic.. H{e i n.cw ; -- -7tint
---r-tary ,.f t fo navy. The' r-*,.ilPlE
wi;I -ilZ t:j. bill to-day.

Tliree State ('l il'venleons.
POWIL-A\iN. Or-., April 12.-The
republican, democratic and populist
.state convetiiilni are in se-zsion here
to-day. Indications point to three
separate ticket., which will probably
assume a republican victory.

Bryan Speaks.
PHeNii x, Ariz.. April 12.-Williami
J. Bryan arrived here this morning.
A banquet will be held in his honor
to-night, at which he will make an
address. He i.- hoarse from his trip.
but look- well. Anti-expansion hat-
beeu the chi-f teOpic.

enuthern Railway Extenmion.
NEW YORK. April 12.-The Mouth-
err Railway is reporteJ to have ac-
quired the Louisville and St. Loui-,
air line and Moron routes, giving it
entry into St. Loui- and Chicago.
T'Liw will minik- it one (of the rate-
making powers in these citi* s.

Meeting oft T"ra'e Press A.ociation
BRENHAMI. T*x., April 12--The
annual irt-etinam of the Texa.i Pre-s
As--ociation oie-i-d here to-day and
will continue until the 14th. News-
paper men from all part? of the .-tale
are present. After the meitina n;
excursion will ,-l had tou .ilve-tout
and Beaumont.

Itelulil NEW YOiRK. April 12.-The repub-
liCaIn t; tate Oi',iVeI iti,,n 0('lt-n d i:i the
iraud Central Palace to-day. 'Ithe
inew HiW IFour." coisli-;tintlg lt Sel):l-
tor Piltt. Seiiit'rt Depew. ,vernor
tl.., -.1vclt and ('hairiint ()d r-ll. will
t>a- as-lc('ted .a delegates at larupt to


.., SEVERE SNOWSTORM


IN TH -E- SOU-THWEST


Crold W ave Is Following In

the flhiZzard'S Wake.

FALL OF 15 TO 30 DECREES

iIea' Ra it.. :1.-t. am'. Pr'--,a tIi t Man3
4 1 t % 1 -.t.".i I *eI o B t' t iati-11za w itot
*..I, h4mI 1 !0 :1 -t -I 14l n I c.-r~itkry

Ut 4 -. ikE 22 1. rI L -a' i


BRITISH SUSTAIN


SEVERE REVERSES

Six Hund:ed Are Killed aind

Wounded Near Brandfort.

THE BATTLE AT WEPENER

Heavy .n;, i;-einent Fought Ther,.
D)et i l'.ii btnintl e- I i'l-" 1 >in-
btirl L -.ad .-nith .1o ii' t 'nt tl.r
irifti.h I i li.-.lb{rt-,' I;*., ,t.
L,, A, ;'ril 1.- Th...--v. ; ln'h ti.;,!'
of l'.: .\ a in .., h A. ri i- \v l.
Bnri'ilh di-. .r. B : th .' -


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A!~)i' 1 thw, in'.;-unt4 1-h-,. h,riui n-
t4 P-r-!'aC.C 214 .)Vt.4.e .ida:I'eg
-i-rdina- t,, tli. z t'-l t-i weath
a;i i'iriiu tji the 'liut- i~a otiut~flUationf
-f crit(luutiburst'. that -ztu-;Ad the
An't iii, 'Tox., dmixa:.'r, amil wolleii
tiuutry !'4rvzvn'.sare, ra'jirted'l ire ctiall
c)v.- rtht- we*,; i. erh1minor vashorits
lxatvvw~irrd but -,o far thk- railrolimi
ziae511itvx..'ixet'cl -t~l N'r. ~str tuble.
Wowii~er bureau officialIsa*y th" fri)-.t
lin-3 will *'xteaid tonight at far south as
tI U:IIU river at lvea-t.

IndIAn 1'.rriltory Thr-.,tened.


DrN-M ).uIN, Tex., April 11.-High wa-
ter is reported at all poilx! in the RPdA
river territory. The Red riv,'r has risen-
li feet within the pa-.t 24 hours TheI
Wichita is on a big b,))):i and an evier-
flow is thr-atvniml.
Advice-. from Texarkana yqv that the
'Red river has risen b fe,.t and i. ilcreefls-
ing I inches an hour. The rise comes
from the upper tributaries and will be
aumnnented by the heavy water sports
of the past 24 hours in this s'wti. n. The
Sulphur river and Little river are also
booming, the latter being forced out of
its banks.
Reports this morning state that all the
river-, of the Texas fl,)( district are fall-
ing but the Red river and it is rising and
a flood is feared ill the Indian T,-rritory
and northern Texas. Reports to the
railroad and ttklegrph heaulquarters at
Dadlas state that the conditions of south-
mrn and *onthwe'*tern Texas is very bad.
It will require14) to 15 days' time and
,xpendituri 'if Large -umns of money to
:u.tke- permanent repairs.

WELLS FOUGHT AT FUNERAL.
Attack., (lid Main With ler-r lButtle
l'lien Assaiulti. Prea-hler.
M \'SVI rI.. Ga April 11.-At Leath-
erwxiod chur-h. in Banks county Rev.


the national conv-n'io;i whice L'-,iiuu,! Nortin. a Baptist minister, was
um-'ets in Phiil d.lphia June 19th. ndiiiactii; a funeral service before, a
Iem 'cralic Pr .es Assiam amn im tees. large congreglition when Will Wells, a
v RAI. a in-eetiiig of the North Carolina Demn- cursing hin. The excitement stampeded
ocratic Press Aesociation opened the congregittio(n.
here to-day. Many editors of dem- Wells struck Wilker.son several blows
ocratic papers throughout the state when Wells' grandfather came upon the
are, present. TlhiiA leetitig was sc',.i. imploring the young man to de.
called at the request of Chairman s.st and bwgging for pea'o, whereupon
-mtninona, of the State Democratic Well. turned and struck the gray haired
1* executive Committee for consulta- old man on the face with a beer bottle.
tio r-garding the campaign for By this time sheentire congregation had
white supremacy in North Carolina, .conlii out. and at the door the Rev. Nor-
which is- being vigoroui-ly di-cussed. t-on called loudly for peace and quiet.
Wells. in his drunken rtn, turned upon
NoChangti mc e conventionn Plans. the minister with a stick and ran him
WAFHIINi.TO.N. April 12 -The dem- bt-k in the church.
ociatic convention will be held in For several minutes the young man
Kani-as City in spite of the burning threatened the whole crowd, but he was
of the convention hall. The expres- finally surrounded., thrown to the ground.
sionn- of diasati-faction with the disarnd and under sortot o)f eight men
Missouri town. growing out of the started to Hnmer to be placed in il.
allegations of excessive hotel rates About a mile from the church Wellsh
and other indications of an intention seized a stick and turned upon the guard,
on the part of the residents to who immediately fled. Wells then made
"squeeze" the vi-.itors on July 4, led hi, escip-.l and has !eft for parts un-


to suggestions in some quarters that
the democratic le'tders might take
advantage of the fire as an excuse
for changing the location of the con-
vention. Nothing of the kind will
he done. The democratic leader-
are sati-fied with K unas City. and
the convention will be held there.

Brr:.'*s Noelirauka Platform.
IN .'.4I't,.IS. Ind.. April 12.-
From atii -tteie;nt ni nde by leaders.
it looks as if the two wings of the
Indiaiia d'-iinocracy night go-t t''-
zteth,-r before many months. ThIe
,old d'mnocr it- .-;iy that they have- a
tip that thes platform adop'etd in Ne-
brai-sk2. which is ruppos-d to have
a -en written lbyI l;iy t. i.s intend-dl'
for applic ttion t-o thi -ituati on in
thi-t state (ailly. ;and not a1 i a niatiolln.!
l.atf,.rin. It i rorarde' a- a plat-
;.,rmn tit i- -peci.Ally d--Jigned to)
c tc.': t!e'O N t-l'1raskt voters. a.l(d llmay
,,.i: *, t!;,- p',:ttforn tla;t Bryatti
w I'iuld r-c nmiiii', 1 ntl f,'r a trittiil
t4>iV n' t ,t1 ll. It w :i- le-wro l to-d:ay
fr'I. a1 atu:lir":,lIve -'tirc-, that the
.,ii l d, nt-.-'cr:tir le-.d'-r. in ta :i st:it,.



A.in Ilieou est lie ell( l i"e I-a <;r'.I|>'.
(;Go. W. W::i:t. of South (.ir(lit:er.
.MN .. Iay-: "'- t'-tve bhai the wor-t
('.Cuich. c'l (-2ltl land zrip and hi.tve
take-t l'ts o'! trish oif Iio account but
profit to th,- vlndor. Chaiiberlain'si
('ouh-ti {t"i -iy i- t he- nily thin i that
'ha- ,ilia. y "eood whatever. I have
it-ed one ,'co cent bottleand the chills,
cold and gA Ip h ayre all left me. I
congratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicinee" For sale by Han-
nah Bros. and a I medicine dealers.


FULL STATE TICKET NAMED.
tGeurgla Popultllts Nominate J. H.
Trailer For Atm,%XTA. ApriIl 11 -Tih. r')i-2.;:nized
P,] ul.--tr IIn t !- re '! .,iVi vourt n Tues-
lai A pl.otf.'inn 'wa- ;I'l ,'raI| !;:
*v;l:0 th' i'--t, 'f '*-! av i :lni 'hI deil--
gate-s t t) ti. nititi.n' l ,iiv. it,: in. which
nlit .t- at Cilm'mniiua. \v!'t're 1 in.tru'teti to
nil'[,1rt W'hartr.ii harkzr fIr pre. iiltnt
anl Icnatiu- I) inunly fI r vilee prc-i.
dent
A full stat.- ki -t \':i- put in thr- t -.ld
fur tilth '-U in a'It.piignl t,,'ll,\w-.
T ;vrii ir-J H Travyl r
S "''r.trv4 ,f Stat-Dr1)i L L CI'ni

Att rrnv i' r :-F 11 S.iff-i1.
tit, r-. T i.-urn-r-.I. \V ;.,1 )irk
T..'.v
."'.- S. h,' C.,::.::~i,-- ,ir--W T

': .': '.. .i :, r-- 'i T. D, kkv
i:.: S inM ...
'.if. l ilnd. saf-e fin l." -'.>rtify
vyomr--lf hy taking Hooid'- S:ir-:,r;:t-
-ilia now and be- sure of -'.,,)d ihealtl
f >r- l a,!|tl'. to) c .'+*


f;,'f0

Pi-t ic! 'o Cr-am Wafrr-somne-
th1ing new. Your deal-r s-lould have-
them.
An elegant assortment of tru-tks
and valises at White's.


piir-,t4 i n 4B411-1 al!",rt that (1-t 'l PrdD-

fer h. tir inwne ildizithe we.i'k, ib

inte".f X-Ied tii Iw)t(4y 1oinfiU'.111Vt bein
Mero t lmtefntewi tvRw.h
No C'fi. rimtBmudiAoti'tlhat 1)'if rec.'ive
we mfrir!a tt British oucsf b'rvr".
Lorth hrd brtim"wireai thuwar itii.tefill.,

Aperi 0kstsfollon.i
"To eexmy rmtihase bfsu x roo-cives
dnlRob te er~tsfewirs.dhays: U- n.ci-


maudo is now ou the~ norih bank of' he
Orange river. not far from Aliwaltiorth.
while atiother is eatackiug Wepener.
The gurrisou there is Inibliig out bravely'
and int~ii'te4t serious' liei on tho Bie~rs.
Major Springe of tht- Cape inowited,
ritles vwaskilled. No other .-asualtieA
havoc bo-pun rp. rted aM yetxt
''This troops are being mniveld up rap-
'idly'. A Parrkil of six men ctf the Sex-
#cUtb Dris.gtks'ugiiards. nude-i' iiteutenant
Wetherly, 'whi.-ii lmi N-vu ri iejuerted
mis-clim inim..ll4April 1, iia.-, rftuntie'1
safely."
Bloer Dhepatch De~lredlted1.


WORK ON THE TIFTON MILL.
.'l;.:]i( 1ry lid ; e- lurvh.a. l -'ri-nt
.Au .'-;liih llnu e.


'-".,: '. .N "C., re thv \,ut t


SOUTHERN'S TROUBLE


WITH OPERATORS


, Organizer Stillwell Talks of


th..14 ,iO2n1ix r W .? a
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L, t I I ilkt!'-.
A 1 i U *1 itit a t I h t-

.1 22,,.~. L :102 Il. I 1t .i. iit l2'
V 'A. I''. jii

A. I 'I t I F 1 m


th. ".(,:w il


KILLED BY


HIS OWN


MEN.


(catptalu'. liody Riddldt \VWith Anmeri-
caln 11llh4t.* In Phllllppilneft
SiwiitMtAN, Tex.. April 11 -tHenrvy Col-
hin- is in receipt ot a letter under (late of
C'bu. Philippine islands, Feb. 13. from
his friend He-nry Reich of this city, who
is a privat,- in the Third infantry. The
following is an exoerpt published by
permission:
"A captain in the Ninetec-uth infan-
try. on a hill over the mountains looking
for the rebels, left eight of his meu mu
the hills where they had fallen from ex-
haubtion, being overcome by bent. The
men were found dead the next day.
Their bodies had beeu literally hacked
to piei's by the Filipino Bolomen and
Lh.'ir guns and beltN stolen.
'A few days after that this salme e'ap
-ain was found dead after a ,kirnmish
tind there were 41 bullet hIles in hi..
b'oy, imntde to all appear, no '.x by An.-.r-
lean bullets."


STATEMENT


Telegraphers' Grievances.


REFERRED


TO SPENCER


4 d'ei1. l Ae'' I p,.a lid 1t I l' *'Itilra

t, ir'. '% re *i -' %en !sr e u 'I '.oa1 0 .1 i h rter
Iliumr, %t rP.iiv %% H1ti'I B e Pvc rval.
K". '\ ii : ~' 2 A 1'-. Sdw


-1 in 4121r .It. A Ti G-rnlcrn


I,% Vi IL im .il. h. I'1:ii t iiv' I iit) 14 effort


.' 'il h r- kinl' !i.iraol.--- Ivi'went
""2''* ~ .Iaii-r, lk"at !irike xx%%ill be ilet
'i f '-'! att wi 1 ll ik. ti. he S' iitherii
11., zItg ll.1 ) -te'a.1 f,:r # ver.jl u~.ptithas
r' a V(*.r. LU1? it xwill .ii*'11-Iv 'lii'.AlA u
Ill p r vIn edit t he t-Itgrap~henN OU Cfi hO



C 1%\\ 'Ill.A I 'I 11 Hvl~eixv.euta.
)I.e.ct rjh1. -Nurioual Irt-in 1".undt-r-' sa.-
-Nl-at ie i)u and of the In(( rinitF'uaJ rv)La
MejulidxrW union, u. after a 2 ulays' conu"-
oiicte lh#re', hav' le 4 #.grt-'leemonthe amubjdef
;o ai wege a6cale. The- demand sof Che
lflCii wa!. for an i Ivonee o~f 25 coas&~
dkiy on the ininiinuru vwago-4 of S2.76 ad
t.ir othktr cr fltivtIe~-ios. The outcoes
xvri'l n w d'peid cuto he acfi.n of loo"I
CLiii'% '1thnnoig~he ct lii.'.'eeflitry anid may
rvwt nut i a coinbiiiampu te, eniforce tbhe

MILLIONAIRES IN OVERALLS.
1e" f IMP.lug[lak %evoeiunt.!'Shouldeir
Solde'rin~g otm.


OF EXPORTS. ('cincon. .Apl ll.-Tw lveI mnn m


Mlereats of SIMMtat 1 4t4Notes i)cD-,'e.,-.e lu


A- the foregoing dispatch does not li),m:-thl<' Produ't-..
mention the alleged British reverse onti WA.-. !. I' i) .,I ,1 -Thu monitill
Sunday at Merketsfourein, the Boer dis-
patches are not credited at the war office i and they aret further discrtedite- on ae. pr,,luatrr, issued by the b .in'an 4f '--tis-
count iof the dis.repancies in th- dis. ti(nis.. .b ,w. extportt .k'..: Mar-h a
patches. as Merketsfontein in one u ins- *,1l,,Ii :.
sage i located near Brandfort and in an- -
other iti- 'e~ted southeat of Blternfou- Br* n' 2 flis. $;,;,''. T'). G1. l'' :',. *-
tviu, tht i. Leing 100 ,nil at'rt. 'on;):lr:-d with WMr.hi, I'-'u.', $1.t).O O;
(enerai Gtaere'sreiurn to England .,r!e and ho. N'2, 171.01.d. d.''mrnfse
is accepted as being in the nature of a i,.0).ONJ: pn>-o.i ,>.e : l.:1;:.;. d recall, though no reason is given for it r,,ea, I .ii,"',.o,: I. ir c ;:;., i. : .
and it will be associated with his lack of io-i,.r. .2 .' .'x..i' : ,i ir''i- ,,'. l !;.
success. Lord Roberts criticized his ItI:.', i'K r.a-'- i.:.' >. i -I.
management of the Stormburg attack, I): lir:', ihie' lie -Ilt;l' il' ) ,nri:.t r!.' 1i?
and pos-ibly Gatacre's having arrived '.,, .i-. fi e.ii .. ii- t ...-xIl'- t- i, f '; i .
an hour and a half troo late to rescue the r e-i. '- c,' ,ni itr-r R -ddersburg force may have decided his aii!,l'l Iii, 1:1 1il9 re. ;. \'-n :i- f'l,]!'\v-
rt'turn :,-,ii'l.tirlt'-.. il,,''C i,.l ...i'. l c,ii 11: ,'.' t
*'.ra.d Rundlle, secmini Yv,. su'-cee',l l.:. ,i l li -.' ),o i r.,
ne'ral (atautre anud a.-corditn to a dih- ,,-..>,'.. In a.'':-' .*-', o*; C* r till, 41.
tch fr mi Bloenitfontin, rile 'ciiinaul- ; 1 1 11,.1. lh ';] clil- i.4 >.0) 0.
,if several brigadvi- are about to be
_iged. MR. FR;3K WILL ViTHDRAW.
The Reuter Telegram i onpav's c.i)r- .
respondent at Aliwaluorth, wiring this- I lt-I'tIi Thd Ill ItI. \Will Itnv it the
morning, says: (4 m-'n; .hilp ;lald..
*There is no further news from We- .
pener. Too clondy to heliograph. More l'I.'I -k :,.. :w'! -- [ i-', that
British troops are arriving." l-'rn k w\- ,: .' .- f .. !i- I: >l,-
In view of the stata of unrest across ing :riti.: v -r.* ;;.)i K. ).I the
the border Lord Roberts has proclaimelICal 1,i-n ,i ', ,!11) ;-t. ,-1 ,it- ..i :1 :1-
a warning to Cape Colonists that further i t l tit a i
acts of hostility will be treated with thb :n It "' dl.v,.l that F1 K ail
utmost rigor of martial law S'(iVhwal art- nt 11 ),, ,I n- i in- ;'nil this


Hoern Bombard Indysmith.
LU'.v-,MtrrH, April 11. The Boers
opened tire Tuesday morning early, send-
ing shells into the British camp at
Elandslaagte from three positions widely
eepixrated. The shells did no diamaie.
The troops moved out to reoonnoiterand
found the Boers in strong force and well
fortified. One naval 4.7-inch gun re-
plied to the Boers, who have again
placed a Long Tom in position.
Advice from Aliwalnorth place the
Britiah loss in the fighting at Wepener
yesterday at 11 killed and 41 wounded.
Fighting was resumed raday. The
British are holding their own well.
When the Boers cou('(nenied shelling.
the British were drilling, and one pri-
vate was killed and annither wounded
bef,re the soldiers were withdrawn from
range. Then the naval brigade opened
tire anI dr>-w a hetiiv e-I.r fusillad'and
two gunners were killed. Tihe naval
men stuck to thn ir Ipoitiiin. i,,vever.,
and the Ls..rs unmasked -ix guns. in
eluding a lO(I-poundler, aind sih ls fell in
all the Brit.-h 'an .ps. Aft-,r thii-'ehi urs'
b,,mtmrdnwunt th, Brirish fir- ] wk-, --d
a::ndl il, h lib er:)r>, l ,ard :-, n i I ":1pje
on th.m ri giht wh-n Britrt-h s.h. I :., oi
the s-IC>t ,''ulpie'd iv rhteir ni i .\ i'trhe)r
(','Ir.lt!'ib Wva. -t' l in l vi ti !'\ i; 'w l tilt'
' tri --ii 1, ft :;ppair. trly w :T! i i.-ni i
ti.n *m tfl'i kiiln 'hnil. leut t.I- 11 :0:-
si:,]l- f .'e tl th 'lli t ;,r .
In the tfteri'i>.n th. .:.v. : !:''.vi
i.1iZ in lire',l a.t 1 \v xt : i,.
It i.- ruii',rel tlmit a Ix'v 'f B'.ar--, ha-
g r h,-rid -cuthwx-e- t t ,' aipairenti intrnutin of i'nrti:, trh-
B 'inti-1. llil'"- f c',lkunuint '.lti.a.
(Gen ral Cl-ary ,lr T r,,,iav',s ,pq -
r;tli :is.
< ;,-,'ir;. l Bull--r vi-I l E, FI. -a.i'l a
t< ,' t y..
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
rake Li.xative Bromo Quirnin Table-ts. All
Iruggitts refund the money if It fails tc
-are. -:. W.Grove's signature .- itn each
OX. **"C.

SEE ROS6 & CO.
ABOUT SCREENS.

Croasett's Young America '3 shoez
for young men. the best shoe in the
world for the price, at Wbite'e.


has : uil ,- iuul"1 ti war14 K, k iil.r; I 'lik
'-tl'l '.mrnlt' e t.I. a t
SeOfi-ial, 'f th 4 '.t 'ru -..: '. wpnnyk
dvy lthairt thrlien Iany rruth in h ie, re
pIrt that th cm'lipitiay will tak in the
Craimps Co(nTIe'l either in purt or in
whole.
A nmn,'r is -'arrenrt that Frick will
buy ouit the Cramps. N', foundation
can be found fr it, Fric'k refusing to
di ,'u.-s any of his prjy.t'ets.
T'o Develop Anthony 'Shoals.
WAs rIN;TON. (;a April I1 -( ; inral


Jvemll- w hii wer. -, *,;**.--. and whoe
h.ut.lb. looked anythiug but aw'u-tomed
to iiianual !; '..'r. t:laVy miar'-hed into the
M.art.ha.l l'.eld ii iinig again-'t wbhmlC
the uili tAo w!-k.
Ti.y wV 'r emulVi.I g pijAnibers whve
rag.,l .t> .'. nlrh f,. '"' we'll up into the
Ti!hiI loni. In ;I'crN r. t, fltill K Bigsutt
& I ,)'..'4 crra-tr -n t;:e bulnililimg they
volnuti.trerd last nit:lit to*stiep into the
bre'avih numde by dlip ?.triker4. and with
rtite ai of such kill w>. renutined to hm
aft,-r v'ears o p -ut iin w iIrthing growing
tnak tco(()uiints no fini.-h tue plumbiig
w,,rk iIn the 'trutiire.
:n.zoi 'liein were M. .1 Corbock.
\vh ,. ii.. lie placed' tlhe .ls l rinit iron In
lite ials, might havIe Ion pre-paring to
biN '-h, \:lhole ll'C,'k, fr he is rated a
fiHl:naire AnIl there wa.s Thomaa
C't.l 'i whioe wx-a,,lth is eh.stin-ated a
L',;o).O:M). Paul R':tli-.ki. ian1 other r of thte
\v,,r li', i ;. \ w. rth '21o0 .r9. F ruk
Fa5l. t'hairh- l trbert .nd 'x- Ald,'eria
An-,r'w \Vat.-,,n,. all credited with
'iw-iail t',rrunv.- w' r. r .fth.-r-. in the vul-
.lI irr. i4.- n,,n wtirrlln, against Cth
ut'!! t:n rr;ie' ,-.',una-il whnch they ty

lart.' in thle ,i':y it w.'V s IaUrned, thaL
E! & N OD'rit & (C w alo liai the -plumb-
LiU (Coutract f,,r the Marshall Fkied
I)ull2ling. on which the uni,,ns have
,nl!'-ol a .istrk-. ann,iiiin'd that thbwv
would not avail thvem.nelves of the o4r
of several wealthy plumbing icontrmares
to take the place of the- striking plumb-
'rs in order that the contract might b
fiui.hed in tinime, and no work was dose
by the bos&Ps
I.a Grippe- N-seve.fulrly Treated.
"I have, just recovered from the
second attack of la grippe this year.'
syl-- Mr. Ja.. A. Jonee, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia. Texan. "In the
latter case I ut.e'd chamberlainn' ,
Cough Remedy. and I think with
con-iderable succ- i-, only being lit


Manager T. K. .-ott ,of the Georgia rail- hd a little over two d<1 y-, against
r,),Ii, a mlui by.rV.rdcrv ten daya for the fornier attack. The
l, ac'ni -y M -aecond attack I am sati fled would-
and Nixon of Augusta. is here inspect- h.tvi tv" n P(qually a.s bad ai the first
ing the. Anthony shuIals. It is stated i but f,,r the use of this ruiemedy as I
that thi- (;,ergia isinte.restod in building -,iad to geo to bed in about six hour
an e-lectric line fronm here' to the shoals ite-r b-ing stuck' with it, while in
an'l tr:nsmnit the pow-r t. VWashingt1n1. ri(' fir-t v.-pe [ wasi able to ,ittsud tt
t ivil Engineer Max-v,.ll's r,'iert -Iihw' bu-in-lsl al)bout two d.av' be-forre get-
'hnt theren are. ov.-r *, ihorswie powt-r .in-g .d,".wii.'" Foer -al- by Hannan
th.r-' anid that it x :'l take 4-ph.iiotf ;t',,-. 'and" all In- icinie deal-r,.


vsi lp it A h-larter hav b'- n appl)ihil ,r
fo,r thE, ui-w hi'-.


Our Men'.s Spring (iClth,.i:, i-- n)p-
to-date in every way. Th0. .In,,.
W white label wolildn't be i:1 th -ili if
they weren't. Whit's.*.

BlISS IS THI; MAN.
('Cl.-. If. Bli-.s i l the 1ilo n wt.'o ad-
ve ti-*..- *'Pi-acol-i. }fe dmo1 it right
and de-serve- yojlr uppiirt.

WeV mak.- Clothing to order. and
represent M. l;',rn & Co.. Chlica;i-o.
the great-st merchant tailoring cntt
cern in the world ; satisfaction and
perfect fit guaranteed. White'-.
RO~< ) a ( 4). .l
FLVY greensNS .
We aim t)o I.ave all goods on -ale
th!orjugnly reliable, because there iia
-uch a tt'ing as ilmailitaining tile
.zade all lltliog ttie line, and no mat-
ter liow low an article may be
;'rice-d at thii- tore you catn reiy on
its quality at all times.. Wei keep
only what we can recommend, and
we recommend only what we know
i- tru-tworthy. When we tell you
the merits of a purchase you can
rely on the assurance. White's.


New -pring arrivals in . wear, at White's.


At a n1ar';a*M on Ela-y Terin-s.
',. l.,iim I" tr'in ituai, -d its the
''Id *%iI!iiu II'r \ ..;;a '- of A llen.
',~ lc I v- <'... l i ;l lt :~t."r- mrilS of
'-e ~, : l' '*_nt- f,,r 0-,t'' ._ p* ,-; th,
;,"'-,n l :;l'--i-iu ;l-.etre--t t,,+ vV lua-
:,,i ii af-.aiil icr',;,i rr". l'r,,c' <.,Ic to
S(I'-V, "1 ta (i t -lic 1, I i ., ir fund.
a' i gr *rr n l r '* 'y t.
XV';;-t 1"..\. -. M A *I !I-. v'tV.

r ...--. e-'" e l-l i.hrate- l a.; itcI $.I1 J" -
-" .,,0.. ,,cl WV hjt-'-.

4Ie will so.o re .,'/.',' (.
fin e /lt of / latent wn'/ow
(taWnings, IIt' tor /hem.
Marston ,- Finch.

Peve.r'3 famous l,)-cent collars, U
White's.

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


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


THE PORTR%~UllI


Statthf w !l -I,': .!,] ~l1hni v e bcna
very taailip y ........-L.1,-t 44 '1'ed

.re!Iml4.1. 'I. r" .~ -r.. A. ?- t *

4n-N t,
4rej mt-t,.t' f-: N. tW t :1 t.o-
CI ill
linet *: tion,2.,., a .:

thI'
June In .*'2f i .. .a .if..
waioid 'Rulse i -: 2. '' 2 a

&Ld .. 'd 4l* I *

*4dimdIt. V)' .2(O. i

say-(Cet a'..1of tha t t ''i' !'r k.t f
ecoverue-m2. ir x,' 171 ;.' ason tao
Cry t 01211 Yr'i i.. n' I- .* .wL.n. M rs..
*1111t M"t-Lae- 'I- 111 I 2'l* iI. panted
"ILnenlie I a! -i *i'-wi t k*
"iioldin her hand. Cmy.,- h .i::tin't. lint
Ousbitn't t' o : ':,: f t. t ;1' Iix Witt)
her. We ,.a%% th* 1 "I the a rs. I and

wife's Ltrild wi htlv i'..-4 md tn! our-
liabed arwiI it 1:11-1 1 .'izt,'-'miz her.
)Latith'w M *r''.r 1.,,tlii h- mv.'20,his


and f2!n!Wy. :2 a .' I; a great




the I.2"!I-: iP '11t........a .. v 'il f N1.at-
ttwY l: ,:
I~e prctut, r.' yl.'ui hi I'll,- 111.It hung
in a gio .2! gal:.- a .1:.h.
(4 It
_-7. r A nd
:2.'a ..~ 1.:. 2.22:. 2.t.

aL-aI12 tei;,] .t A A2, i
j'2Ctit C1't .222 : .. .s i. -i




faced v, -.A I-, t. 2 L. 'k r' 1a'ii
E.but I Lw~1*~ M2''~'' I
ltwjoL. I W y a' I .ut,.:,tayou or
He m aika'.!1 1n, to)t thpi, TuieUI':1-1u41 Iio-e~l
at it. h n I.'1,;,..I a .' i~o i
Su g;:I I i?'. it**lie iiumtttrecd.
Oh. ;i.Mar:irZo*i And ] t12li e afit
that a'.aw t~ a:I 't'...a 3 I'lp ttl


ya a~t, .i's 4.* v-kfl the p: [;V.'* a w s o
yfln 'aug J!"1 t \01 tiij u..iA "-go
fqaore the I itlr'' J ''h.Ii .Y 1.4.1 2:l d iJ .11
1- b.'rl.;ira'1 her.
ha~t oa'.r hs. '-. : .. paa

The .y 1 rt l Il I.I. I':2 i q
Child ddl. I;a a .1 t 1, '.~i l: p.
Iaead .it, th r AtI T.11:

liartd.t 1%f.t
ber .l-nIii TI
J Ic .g:Ia I .': VaL.tI:
Shoo 19't(P-42,!.* *'a etc~;r
Snurt'i ft.1 Ili,; .w! *. .ue t A':t'
Mie 1 0,;L .-a.' ., l


ready for a blow. And shbe. indeed. lift-
ed the knife. but the blow fell uipc the
picture. upon the painted face of the
ki:in. Tupon the golden hair of Rosamond
anid the r":,-l rol.ts of Quee-n Eleanor-
sli' :aind tore then. lashed from the can-
Sv:.< 2..t tl!;. toil of months int a few short
i;:.t:is.. 1lThre wvas no ,picture left as
2 t;:: ':,'; I'f:,'in hltr ,work for critics to
i': I 1m .Jd her chiels w4r1e ag;lw.
"'.\;l.:ini -tndilu tl ; fet ii ls now.
M'::' !h,-w." heto ;aid. "ITLre is io mem-
*... ,f I', I').-t <:on my h.airt any more
t,:::~ i t- at .anves. le.t it be blotted
",':t ~,."' I,1 i, .,f ;us. and lht i'- lt;:in our
:lic ai.'w : .,.-. :."-New York News.
The ('&any Scot.
A ndi.I! (-hl Scont, i f.-rmuir ri,.!e ::p to a
t':1l ..r'. inld. t d ilatg the gat upi'ln. h,-
w l hi ii: -.-',l th r um h uani sl,-.::ttd f,,r the
\.i\',\ ,.< *:.. ih o w r.s; ii.'i:- i t,.
l.< '.i sayi n f:i t' t t' d !:ia::;ge tae
git thrIu-h yor giat ',. i"' a hi!. t'."
"A i-hilliu".'' fhnutedl t. t..;Kvl>'fr.
niakinil his appearn:i:w '.
"A sl!ii'in*'" echoia- the f:i rl'er areacs-
ti'a!;y. "No shilling d'. yc git frae i i,. I'll
awa' thainp again." Andl. wl.ebliiig his
horse fio thl' second time. lie r.de' 'ff in
the dii-(,tion he wished to go. chtlcklinig
a* the trick he had perforneid upon thet
to!likeeper.-London Tit-Bits.

HOUSEHOLD HINTS.
To prevent s'te'l from rusting place a
little bag <,f ,'quickliniie ;1\\.Ly w .thl the
bright sti-el gaoodb.
To r.iLove piun.-s of glmqao lay soft soap
over the puty whiihi tixts thin. aHnd inl
a few h Iurs they i;iay I. easily renmioveil.
WVhen bru'-liin.'. a ro.,i s. SWvf, towarrl
lhe fi;-'pl:tce ot!hierv'\ i-t' tile draft from
the c'hinri:iiy draN s the du>t in; !hat di-
r 'i.tin ;a inil s :itoters it :il'';t; tb, r,., in.
N ,t,'iiti^ ill tiho :iy ov (at of I.; Ii ,,I)-
oe'r han tbi th' !aif blha-whtd d iliia.i.sk. ;aial
it i.s 4,. ';;t v',,.,till (l i .\ 1 It. f,,r it w ill
no.t g:iow yel!',w w lIo' l.i.j a'a.y ai
quickly as the fully Ibl. !i. .1.
4 toutaoan .o ir.
Mananii. I di:i MI '. Si:: i'!le i a'i any-
lIii : il', l :i,'s y, ,u to tli;:ik l at lie
ili;t n. l.- I t lo i-( I : : -- IN s!, .1 i-. if t 'r'- w i
a illt.u ;':i .' t. t'! l! hCi.'t'.-'LBostoU
Tran.o rDn'.

No. Don't.


Fond Mottls'r (Iou i('y 'u-y brother-
In L2i%\ i -Y'awi ni2Ldit liok after I-reddy-
[.'.h '1;) *,it. S.'a'fl;.il lie ila sn't T play
with Ii1':4.i 46ia'' hi 22 1 in'to '1 t 'h!ic oo-In

and if tL;it sn ,-m' t(j 'usop titmi r:n li~tli
ri~tlridIhOa (-rI'T1i 'volt rkwlack I. Ha' lvt s
1t ,t (! t --nt -.ti '' 2 14-it him lie a



a 1"I. ta 1.22 1

on I,, a2tih-fl2..2r -Z ati


VII-ytieprtonline'.
T'T,, To pr~oma .e i. 221 m to y e y'
a .,yr'in it fi. y u
Y-111e, uf !? t"S, sig!w tl -ae i Saal'

'Te -Ott. *tvI i1I'pt'tIl(l iat. :r e

Thei tre L i l P ni'ao vt('21 li' 'mtla'"
have i:i:a a'fit ero :u yuta ll ae~iv, dt'-ide

A'.'. it.. ha! to j't ir 2W ii

k .i1 t -thrtm.h 2 t1hit' cubtouilliousa'.'

.lutr~nb. (Ircusnuiwtgneeu.
5'''. 1'. it 'iii flmn it is- b tter to
If- t'.\* 1:'ma forino' a'.I'trv
I~ na'.'-m


fln i*. CA .12 t I ck -I nIsto ".i das, i tt v.':


GfOj'tsa I~t. aD ti11% N .II I o- Iu Js.Siu. h' r !'?i l-!.I


zlp ki H O' o 11;' jjv ,.i

Itl :-4--garea-tm t.m=.'W.:.A. -m


b~ox"t. 4.a' t : rem. All di alet' -- sa I



CASTOR IA
FhkIX fu vam waysmmb


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It ia the nragm-etimrn"of thme vatltioc'.
we offer thaet cautoe-A thta j'eopl. tt
buy wiatre their interest-i are pro-
- *- A ILVI i#-a


ti Lll tI !,i I, "ita, -i ; IT I1d I "I t : 22 12. "
T. Il, 4I v cI. 1


rich l'[~ H.will 'ati-,o thia.. *rc'-

ttd thle ht' ,i'2121-wea-t. 1; 1B. u
'u'At tIfit- ra-nma-d v vy5)tI hve 1-i-iaI'ok -
iu14 f~or. 'Jihr'Urouzla'te'Qt e I fa 'r ;8
ya -r'. (Cmr r-odidr- ar advi.;f-d to)
.rv BIfI Fr --kle hby lr
it* par iiarz.#' tattt~oz fullltr..'2t-
Sijet- A -t. Compinpa-t,- dmeet a' 'ni- with
-~ca ta'-atde. S,) ,u TI't. aI .;rIIIita-N*.I- t
A th. va m. Dt-(-,e tta vi ra'u ht-
Olld r e .''.'Intoia,! .1. -d%'a---


"MY OWN SELF A6AIN."


Mrs. Gate.* Writes to Mrs. PinakhauM
Follows Her Advice and lt Made Well.
"DRAR MRS. PINKRHAM :--For nearly
two and one-half years I have been in
feeblehealth. Aftermy little child came
itseemed I could not
get my strength
again. I have
chills and the
severest pains in
my limbs and top
of head and am
almost insensi-
ble at times. I
lso htave a pain
just to the right of
breast bone. It is
so severe at times
that I cannot lie on
myright side. Please
write me what you
i think of my case."*
SMMa. CLARA GATRs,
Johns P. 0., Miss.
April 25, 1898.
A" DRA Mas. PINKHAM: -
I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound as advised and now
send you a letter for publication. For
several years I was in such wretched
health that life was almost a burden.
I could hardly walk across the floor.
was so feeble. Several of our best
physicians attended me. but failed to
halp. I aconcludd to w rite to you for
advice. In a few days I received such
a kind. motherly letter. Ifollowedvour
instructions and am inmy 'old self'
alain. Was greatlbxna-fitedl before I
had ui-,'d one bottle. May (e iod bless
yI'ou for what you area doing for stmiffer-
ing wIiin."-- Mus. CL('A GAIATS,
Johns P1. O., il "s., Oct. 6, l n!)9.
Negro In Lolvy', Ruom..
WV.'';:,, -. Ga., April 1I.-Shortly
after rtiring la.-t nii;hit Miss Nora IAo
,'-noii, hearing a nits"- in her room,
liihz'd a lalip to inv'tstigate and dis-
,av.'r,-d a n'gro r'aiimht 4tbhind thet
dr.-.-ni cas.t-. Frightened she dropped
t.c ,uamp. :reanied and ran into the
hallway w1, re -he net her father, who
hadI lk.-en attrmftced by her crios, to whom
sne t1hld of her dis ,oery'. Her father
rl.,htd into the roin, but" the Iegr, had
jilamIl,'d throawlt he wilidow to the
g,.u'dl., a (li-tanc- of 25 tcet, anud es-
zpeli. -,



P;-'-.:TA Pl-ks-. aa.-' Tn) it2E*u2'a. April
Il.-'l' me trial 'it' Peti,', Pa.'u.m. who re-
'iiiuiv a] a-ratall DOM 'l~l 2Z a.111t,4 t thed
wi Itao ';ivwti.llm a-f trho pri,-' uer.
''2.2., !ALi .2.iI to pay a tit,,af 5 illJJi

C011%o'-11a2t11 i*:l'-aT *iyI

tieue.-caiabiw iNv. w11 mm at a.zui2.funti:
III x- 1. TLn.- jtet is l"tmif -w oi 'ai-
lialati' ',:2 a lf~ l rh" l. 'a'' )I"~ tlir-
''li.A1t-4' bv lv ti' 'l.- it22 tt'i k'jm .yatV~ia
I,,220ng 1 1g- a nA' at.' 4-:q) it) I



a]r' n-ti, *a pr oi;a Y'1."V t: -' tat'. air
I:v
a -t ~ a" a ~ ~ : :~.mktt'r711l
TI 'an- ~: '24 .01- d anal1:I.~.



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.n-tiacto,-~d fur BIrv'an U --t r jit-' 'nit
A LITTLE KNOWN FAI'.
That thme majority oh serim;-d is
ea-es orighiwiet in diQ'irder I)t tnt'
kidnvy-. FOley'S KidLm'V Cire a'.
~naranteed. 'Tryorit to'-da a' if '.itmaitre
not feelinag- Wa-l. Xv. A. I,,laii-
lberte.

We i. ijkc' a zp--ej'il i-' S

ic-s- troim t:e-td -Irt waim I-, ~ivdl we
roe-ch -ant to)by m.-ttlvaoj~al --I
pak o- f 1t1i''. t.-t. and lyogi l 1 .%"utIl






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All a.rt'ditori. l ite -. w1 :'t- e. atul
al. a.' jw'i.'a-w!211:4 -i ~..1.?I!, ,,I0-
i --id I. mrot I- li.est o p I.' u t hkA i'1


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F ORT BARRANCAS, March :;0.
PI'N. Healed proposals, in trip-
licate., will be received here until 11
a. in.. April 141h. l!lPI. and thern
opened. f.ar c->i-trnction at Fort
Picken, Fla., I Barrack and I
G(isrd House. U. 8. reserves th
right to accept or reject any for
!all prop4>ial-< ariyv part thereof
l-iforni tion furnished on app!i;:i-
tion. Envelopes shouldd he marked :
**Proposal. f')r construction at Fi'rt
Pi,-kens. Fls." adlire--ed T. N.
HORN. l-t I.:-nt. QM. 1.


THE REPORT IS FORWARDED.
*pevlal Agent Maentee Concludes lit,
Work at ('harle1ton.
CHIART.ESTON, Aupril 11.-The report It
Special Agent 3LMaat."* of th- trr-a.u-'-"
departmuent hb'a. been f, irwarded to WuV.ih-
ingtou and it will probably ew sevt'rdl
days b.f:>ar" his rec'ominmIndationt an'.l
the de(ci.-ion of tho departnient ion th.
violation of the (.Itmll houi- ragunla-
tians, in storing co)ntrantand liluor, irn
the building, will he annonne d.
Mr. Macatee refused It,) imake kitlavwn
hi- recommendation in advance iof thi-
report reaching and being ac'ted upon bv
the department at Washiiiton.
Fire Inl Elquitabl'e illding.
ATLANTA, April 11.-A peculiar and
what came natar proving a very dist.
Strous fire broke out in the Equitabl,
building last night. A bolt of lightning
struck some of the wires running into
the building and pusaing down into the.
shaft where all the electrical wires are
located set fire to the woodwork near the
shaft on nearly ,.very floor.


LINGFIING LIA G(IIPPE COUG;H
G. Vache'. 157 OoRood t., Chic:t-
go, say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of la grippe. and it loft her
with a very bad coumgh. She tried a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immediate relief. A (0 cent
,bottle c-u't-d her cough entire, ly.'
Price 25c. :.nd WOc. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.

('Come a runuir.ei, foar the lai--t lot of
those nobhhy pearl Alp ine Ilats at Zo
cents only lat',d a werk ; 2.: dozen
more ju-,L receive d, but they w!,n't
la-t long. \V\hi ?-'..

I-'01 S.A.I:
At a l'ar.aiiu.. 7TH ; 'r*'.s '.4) aIn'i!r
fejlc"' :it:d ciltltivatiqin. tih 1 l:ititl: tce
wo dltli.i' l i.i ', ift a ili north of (',r-
dova:t Paiirk. withli i-rroim li n-, bar!)
anti tw i) -c: bl.'. PJlicev .t IF ri
further iiifr:n,titnii. apply t4)o W. R.
Doudahi- u) p'Iace, or J. E. i u'uii.-
son40 & lr .. .ity. hl1i1iln

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--At D'A lemberte's


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought hat bornel tlhe -:-, .
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and ha;I been made unil, r ,
personal supervision for over 30 years. AIllh n, ...,.*
to deceive you in think. Counterfeits, Imitatiqon ..,,,
**Just-as-go)d1" are but Experiments, and end.ian.r ..
health of Children-Experience against xperinmi.nt.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
T04 9CIMTAWU CO WAUO TVUW T M* VTO66Y S19T 904CITy




Chas, H. Turner,


*-ARCHITECT-*


-AND-


General Contractor,




A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
( Fi \r'i-ti: ; I n*itsn E-tinit-. Pl ii- iand S;i -cfic.4:. : -
ing ot All i(iids, Prepared on .'htort N.'tie.
C r'\A Ltir.te aindl ('arefully St l. '-.d Stock ,.f Fi- :i .M *
Tilinig of All Kinds. Blth Tnb)-. Cl',o-t.ti w,..ii..,d A .;'i .
Hot Water and Gas Fixture-.


Everythiir. in springlunderwear at NO. 19 S. Palafox St.
White'-. N 19 alaox St.


%Ve will l iinder your spreads for
15 cents each andtl lllmak thin'i look
like new. Star Laui.dry.

.No refrigerator on the
market can equal those sold
by Marston 4 Fincht. Call
and see what beauties they
are.

Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.
Suits for the lih tle fellow., with
Double Breasted Fancy Vests, the
eutest things that ever happened, at
Whbite's.


EVElIy )10P


:: Telephone No. 345


---THE-




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON OREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WEPLLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFI- K
CA-fil
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. tCA'- H
IDIREC*TOMW:


1'. E. WVELLE.. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Satinders & (C'o.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOJIV F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON OREEN.


A General


oif I1)edhicjlme th:at -wsif) .i U
;.rs"(rilat~oon ilI.-di ititji .4tI'rte 1
pet ieTIli~te. u dm'ui~rs niei~uma
't-- lIdIyfc P V qwr I'II ti ruL! lii eanI
a I'4''e.Y.uwprthC lt.e-t. LOt
I-fill vi*iI p2.#-''I ?h1Iui2.:2'1N











Chincse and Japa-.i~e,_e

'*-Fancy Goods,zzz:7
F Ci'IN& TEAS.


old -
H


Place For Pensacoja
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-IS" AT-

The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


HENTZ & CO.,

E v-120-122 -e t
E. Government Street.


RIX M.


Banking Business Tranwrc d.


A'? Aeou-cr.ts Handled on Favorab.! T'1?-;*. :-.
.3:Anr. Dou-aht arid Sgold, Collyoth.,
*="wsly iAttrnded To.

4CCOr JNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


T PIQtR tliAUNDRY 0F lESt FLOIl!l


Our Address
i- :tlway- ia-ke I l..r w .
10-- beauty of t!i- 1I..:
li re ik display ,.:
SHIRT IT I"')N'I **
A.NI) ( I -
It i- ow'r li. -tr i'" ,'...;
aire ;lw av-< i i,.l !>.
nf. % ,.r t'.il t, 1,


AJLLL WORK U. 0. 1D.
j !14. 37 EC. GARDEN 81
Ii (. -1i~)FOR AND) DELlVEAED FI~i'.


ESTABLhISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO..
-- DEAALXR It 3

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
8J03 AND W05 q. PALA.%OX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S 81 4 '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUI EL & SON'S P UM -
CITuS, iordag., alilts. oills, Iaticil lstriMita, ilarts, 1liinf, i
O0MPAfBSN L00G4 W3.
C. McKenzie Oerti-, ('Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot-' B,-. "
ciation.



YT T ifWIWS' WAIT c1L M !'


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12 1900 3
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'I EHAM Cigars have
&een tried and fire tes'-
e D'Alemberte sells
them.


member, think that he would like to'
z.-t out. and when he is out bhis bst-
i-s.s affairs may engross him to s''lhi
:In xtevut that lie Is gatisfitil. but I
loilit if any uian who has ever swrvedl
* 4 ,1'o,4 ut hiave. a lonw !iwL, to rF-
*'irul at ':ilt. I Sv : i: i." not D.are Utlin.
IA iORNES HAVE AGRilllEED. ill-'. ll
'!., .'* !i;t!l it i" ,liff ,r<.nlt." This stait.<
.:. <:-.** prn .t v w ,ll. It i- .l 1il li;;l!l. 1'\ '1 1,v il*'Il hI hll.l l,'fl hli
: T '*>a iu i', .irtl.
AlT:I -' \V. DINN*.
A 1iORNEYS HAVE AGREED.


4)nl,-'-ts Lur ~uii.or !Statte 011lces to




V I, X.. ~i 1 11I ~'~tt-T,, a

* orn 1:1 !h'.* f U a on i


ii LiiiI **:l ici* -


I> l i' 1&\ lie .\lpp-in 1 .\' 1i i *, A.\ ri! li T:ae f..-.rani
urt f l i. :s-tii i a l r-
d r : *.. ':;i- : ," ,v r ( 'i,.v,.land,
'., a'. l a ,. it u 4-f $ .i;' t, t. hef
I" p- i;:l't'"l "'ha it Ti itV ;' ,'h,-
'".1] r. t*l t ,:nt.-'l t, tel charge.
.; r... !tv\- t 'i.ii>iil ei r ir]" ..
S:1 P0 1 .hi t i t tit ke (barg.

Pror;.ep(id New Mill.
I' -r.,\ t. t'. April! 11.--A 3V 000-

t.> ...f t:i i n -ihbli tit 'if the mear fu.
f l r F-i imu-. titue the matter hai
b.I* n Ih-i-us--d a a (anvais has t' en
nuIal. A ti-ri*t ing s called for Friday
ani(d th it'ok-, .t 'subcriptii will be
tomrtally op-n'ed
Arrived on the Oceante.
NEw Y"RK. April 11 -Amongthe paa-
.-tig-r.r who arrival t)n bard the Oce-
anic from Liverpanl were Phiji Pras-
adhli. the Sianmese minister to Great
Bnritain, .eo)ffrey Drage, M. P., a stu-
dent of thpo lahr question, the Earl ,of
Warwick and LIrd Herbert L. H. Vmane-
Tmpeat.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.
New Yoett April! 11 OPIR CLOS
January ... .. 7 8 .... 8 00
eouruary..... ... 7 9o .... l ,1
.Uar u.. 0.... .... 8 0t
April .. 3 .... 45
a y .. ...... .. ... ? -'; .... V 44
jaU .. .............. 1 ... 9 35
July ...12 1' .... .4
Atu ust. ......... .... U .... 9 24
:eptemr er .... ...... 41 .... 8 44
October ..... .. .... 14
November ........ 7 .... 7 9.'
Jo :oer .. 7 .... 7 9'
-pnot cotton ci!oed qii-t but teady.
u,, iilltU uptand'- 1 4 rmiddlin.- gulft Oc
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
LCHICaO. An-i1; II OPKI CLOSI
H l A T- A >nl.. ...i f.'


.ORN-May.. '..s .....-. .
uL --J ly .... 40 ,
S. --J*ept emlt r .... 41t1
)A'-- kprii ... ... 2 4P
JAIl-s-May 234'2 .... *
u ts--J'ir ..... 24 3
1)AI-- p n',r r. 212
;*o't. t\lril.. .... 12 (i7
an Mty ... ...... 13 'K .... I-'..;
ou --July.. .... 12.O
_AH ir \!:ril ..... .I
Rg -- ij'........... j 07 .... 6 -5
^A U-J ........... 6 9:
IaBs-Ma-. I>^!.', .. 6 .
Mli --Ju'y ....*. 6
NAVAL STORE
WitIlir.'. N. C.. April ll.--plrtt
urpeutieue steady at ..-4-kT3: reelpts II.
ltotin firm It $1 I(tl t. secelpt ISl.
Crude turpentine err quiet at i.i25.
revtelivs Tar firm A 11.30, eceipts
SAV.A\A'. A pI 11 Spirits turpen
tie firm aSt rwecepts 4t2. wsls .:
exportA X.7j. Rosia nirn and u( r-epf0 7,0. ivl io. exports 11,.17.
A main named E Pre-son, of Pre s
-ouiivlie. Kan- wrote a letter he
,,thr day. sayiuns the opinion of
everybody in hi- towin who has used
Fol~y's Honey and Tar i.. that it is
the very bet medicine for la grippe,
co:d-a. cuh. etc. W. A. D)'Aletni-
berte.
FACIAL MASSAGE..
Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
kle- can he prevented. Cheeks can
be plumpened out. All this, and
:i.ore can be don't by massage.
L.adie. call on tMi.-' Keeler ;at
ow.r- A& Kru.-e'- Millioerv. on1
.' -d .": after tiait date at 1 i V; t.-t

o()ir- i- an ever butVy store. lecatlist
,f a:ttraction-. con.tant. variu-. andi
.lt-p-itnd:ible. that appeal to thto-, whio
beii.-v- that "money -hnuld buy
nloney'- wort!:." White'..
i Hi-:1;.'S \)l'lt ('H.\2-'.
Ira,nt. W tov'n Wire anid Or nanaitaial
l"-'etiini for All I'urp.i.e-.
I a!n. e,-ent f.or the l:arge-t lilaiiil
Oc: ti; .Tr- in th world of *vf-rythiwtat
: T w:Iy .'f plainly and ortnalle!nt;it
''-< l. ;" 'l w Ir-t tt'e iii.', wett' t-. va- +'-.
:.." 1 c ii ,." st i lly ;aind :tt 1111 tl-
;.nt .i;! '*'-' pr.i-'--. erected iti dur" .i '
,' i wo;'kin t:a'ike ilil: iiefr :11:ti Ti!

I !11in w ii'e 1.arll f-i'e,' to tih-
i\ i-iv ornaental c;net-
:*: --t i for tow, er, tre,-
-t:a'-.i *,iri,tIl'.n?:il -. tti e-. bal -.-
'.:t wi ow-, window gi, ir,.!
r.:V ;::.I..w r -, w ltt:,er va; ,.-. .w .,\t 1
w ::- *-. iIltrV ard ft :i'iii S:'.a "-
w ,;, |,e tulllt Ille to t-nl it-tll r itt :;' i
.! .' I --1. uhlt .'.t ( I;an --e
:,l;-tr.t -c> d ait.lo u-' .' and get o'.i-
11 'itt-- at'& .;"' l -a at W ilI. Jl. ohiio;
&- .!'-' a~ v,..re dep irtnelnt
...111; A. J. WATKI\.
Trv THi- Ne- Want Columrn: it
will pjy vou.


4GOLD DOST.


Acme Beer.


'THE BIEPT RFFRI 4.fiLD. IN
PI;ENSAC()IA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A'so 2old byM,. PerrvyP w:,.Yt,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty. --
Prompt DeliV ry :, d .P:t'ia'tio,.
guaranteed .


Dannheisser


Bros.,


4411 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. (0. Box '1.
Railroad Exchange. Phone 2-,W.


ETiES BROS3..


REIIRER% BROR. I Co..


"Hieworisaid w tGGENERAL IiNSURANo TWBDO cEM
IkGENNE -AND-


\ TIIOAL FINANCES.


De.-and For Further Legislation
on the Subject.


ri 1 1, !' ;:iV M. I' 14 I', I .

S... .*... et :..- Ilsrl Tin#-% off

I tl iii-.. i I l.iiT rseit;r.- l lih
.., I a .. 1 a nil el< 1 ..


TheWorlds Triumph
of Master Brewing.

SWith the like of which the-,
I \ ancientt Norsemen built their
splendid stren th and sincw
-beer that rich with the (la.
or O choicest hops and malt. /

ASK FOR
and you will be repaid!

THE CHRISTIAN C*.&fl BREWING Ca
l .. CINCINNATI, U.S.A.
.ca,


Real Estate Agents,

REPh.F-SNT ITWENTY-TV~o opTHE
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
G4LASS AND STEAM BOiILERI.%I-
F-1BANCR CiMPANIES......

P'zEe VD1 FJZ1 01, ttiDc EQU~itabh'
Life Assume cSojioul offlt~e

mI:P.~'n~lew:E '. ;r.rr. n


Pensacola, Florida.

Q-zGOLAY--(*

Grist and Corn Ideal Mills,

I. F. GO M~[EZ A Co., Prop s,
Man Ufa&'tcr
CHOICE 3if U.AN! 10 v ':t1t4E ROND
STOCK i'EV:D.
Patronize flornit lndu,4trv. for therp is
-vt~ry rvatson you 'hould hbuy your Me-&l and
M~t. ,%k Ftted f im theflionte Mga:nufacturor.
for Uy -,v doinkln you enciournit ht nita indup-
t ry. Youtr imoneity :,left a'ittlpeo~mrunitv
awid yvu in turn*are ;ndirrct ly twielltetd.


WASHING CROCKS AND
MILK VESSELS
A great deal depends upon the care of crocks
or peans in which milk is kept. They should be
washed as soon as possible after being used.
Rinse first with co!d water, then wash thoroughly
Inaid: and oa with hot water, iq which enoughot .
Gold Dust Washing Powder
has been dissolved to make a good suds. Fialsh
by rinsing with scalding water; wipe dry and set
out. with r'zh. siJe up, in the fresh air and sun-
shine, and they 7;1ll be clean and sweet. .
T Le a taI. n Ir .,n o w r free. '".-?-let
#A,,L :, : RiLLa, FU H uLb.Hui.4"
Sat froe un r ..i.e.s to
THE f. K. FAIRSANK COMPANY,
Chicag*, St. Loust, M-w Vea. Se e...


LEWIS BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Dealers. Penaeola LOUGE UDIRCTOIRY

How to Dry Itbber Dooets. Medical Society. Attention KNIGHTS OF Yx A Aij S.
It was a problem how to dry out hip There will be a regular meeting of Penaacola Ul[ge, No. 3, K. of P,
rublter boots. In the sitting room there the Pensaccla Medical Society atry Monday ev
was an opeu grate tire which was cov- the Board of Health office at E ing at at Catie liall.
ered every night with fue 'coal and a o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 24. In Hutchinson hall. West
few bshovelfuls of ashe-s. so that the Visiting physicians are cordially nttndnbciatroordl.
;. so t,'. %%siting brethren oordially
rouinm t'ver bevintei- quite cold. We invited to atten. welcomed.
found that if we heated a piece of old D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D., H.r H. H UDv.W,
Sas t as oile ad stuffed it President 1. HOR. K.R. C.C.
fl:llnel as hut as possible and stuffed it VV T.K...... r K..,8.


down into the foot of a bout and stood
the boot In front uf the fireplace it
wasass (dry us a bolle next morning..
The handiest thing to keep the boot leg
oplnii is a spin g st'elt cutet rib about
1S inches Iln11 by lthree-liuarter inch
in widti.-F'uriet *a.d Stream.
tl'..ei-' J. Hall, thp poet ;and h-
li-hi r. s, that o, "do d -f ,'f Fol4,v's
Ho:I v a..d Tar re--t,,rd Ii voice
wlit'z lrittiltne. thre-atetnt d tao pre-
v'.tt Ii.; lecpture -it ('-t,tiral 1tu-ic
H ill,. ('ivicago. Not!hirt' eP.- a-
.:,Io.-W. A. D'Alei bert'.

A T In w3Imu. AL. B.
0t ,,,,,,,s


secretary.


&5mt


Do you believe all you read in the
psper-? Exaggeration.; in advertis-
ing may attract pa'Qsing attention:
but we are not seeking pissing at-
tentin. We're looking for perma-
nent customer,. White'.;.


W. O 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Friday night In
eaca month. Visiting oviri*nD cordi-
ally invited. W. W. W ATO)',
S. R. 'THAMr4. ('tirk. C.C.


, I 1n ei stumt ul C


*-Everything New and Clean.--
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meali Merved Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNimrtr STREET.
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WEEKIiLY CITE1ULI-. lInfterins the home mianuftctur.r .you
t .,,nttrtilute to the caustlof labor. Yo'u owe
FOK STEAMlT DIVISION it to thiceominunity in which you live and
'ENMS % '0A9 t l.ECTlI TlRMINAlA whiw ttlh cointributei to your Iupport.
ItAI .1 AY C"MPA1.
Trains l-vo -nP".ntacola for tha Iitt'-l PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Hayo.!, P'a!:it tt! ) a,.'t. Warrington, Navy ..
Yard anil' Fort Earranc:ts at
*,- .'i.nm ar'tv. HatlFort Har-aneran- ::I',.mDr Mareel lu5 (le rear
i ." a. i. arrive t Fort Barriancs l' 4.n.ru "
: u.:in. rr.ve at Fourt HaBrcaBrc 14~:l.io n.
8: p. :, a, rrive.st F>iirt Hartran ; i.; .r p m
r: ip. a. arriv, at. 1ort larranc.s 7::1 ,p n,
.-:- ?p t arrv..*st r ot Barratwts S:0 .' -
Trp.:ni !e.kve F oGrt t.;.rrancea for Feras- l;Iv!e:ice. Hotel Fs*rntaliba.
Cola at Plhoa r, I .'
7:V I. m. 'no. it at P.Tl t1sa ola...... '4:! a. nT V ll. I 'Aleint- rts haillrii I I. our:
11 :) p. n). ar!tav at PenuiucoA........ 11:45 p in alitfox Street. 'ih T.!.f71
p '" p in I-iv t Pnsacils a .. in
S ari ;r.ve at .tin '- olA .',.4. p nit -
7 "p.. i. ariv-eat Poacola......... 7: 4op D W
'4:4 in. arrive t nuacola......... :Up.m RD W D.wihm.Eim y.
S.-i rdavy% onlv.
n, : ,-t-c. :-., O. FFIOOE-Hanash Bros.' Drug tore.
61'NDAY uCH nrrx
.eave PenDacoio. Lv Fort Barr ,ness. RSBrIDEBNO-400 E. Jaokiou Stree
1ta.m. .i. m. m .
1 P. m. lp in-.- .. .

4p.m 6p m.
M.- I. Hcieo0pallic PTSiciae ant Sirgcei,
?ARR POR WEEK DAYS. Lae of Ocal. *I&[..
'PenmMola to Fort iarrancas and return fie l or ocaia. 1la.,
eashacola to Navy Yard and return ...... Offers his professional services the eli!.
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 16c sen of Pensacola.
FPAtlK PoU SUNDAY Espeelal attention given to ta, treatment
of Chronic iseaMM and D)ioasee of
tensaooli to art Barraneoa Navy Women and Uhildrtn.
Ilard and return.......................... ek Thirty Years Practice in the Slouth.
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beab and Office Hours:-V a. m. to 12 m., to 4 p. m.
rtsur't li,
No t receiRedenee Phone No. M.
No frewbht received after 8:1A e. m.


Uernt-Blount Bllditn-R-oom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
lusnui Topis. Pime 364


GRfND EASTIR BAILL
To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H.,
4odd Fellows Hall, Warringtoun.
Monday, April 23,1900.

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


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, i. -PES .. R,ST,
No. 1 North Palafox Street. o-PROPRIETOR OF-o
IISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. CRONIeS SA LOON
Voice Culture. Violin and Piano, Leipsig o-- DEALER IN-o
aysteni; also (uitusr, Banjo and Mandolin.

oPERA HOUSE Imported and Domestic Wines, L os and ars.
JUG TRAP A wW:EIa AT,TY.
ON E TSTOLD WEiEwK Cotrnr B]lmont aud Deviiiier. St9. PENSACOLA, FLA


DURHAM Cigars are -
the finest 6 centsmoke. PHIL AND NETTIE
Try them at D'Alem- -
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EMPLOYMENT OFFIt_. .
Ring up 3S2 or call at the office.
Ut North Palafox street. when in Ih NeW, Up-te-Date Rtprtoire.
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Argent of the Carpenter's
ind Joiners' Union. will furnish yon CHAN(E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.
with the desired help on short no-
ice. ,',tf ,Prices=10, 20 and 30c.

Iron bedsteads are cool, -
comfortable and durable-
,J;st what you need for gest io .
summer use. Call at MAfars-
1on ,4 Finch's and select We challenge the world
one. to produce a remedy equal
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No. 6 South P Frlaf Street.
All Kind! o& Plumbing and Gas Fittingp Materials Kept on Hand
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cold snap arrives. We will %end you C
best coal you can procure for either bahlig
or beating purposes at reasonable price*.


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W. W WILKI ,
Greenville. Ala.
Testinmtonial F'ronm Juade Ganton.
ti.REK NVII.LK, Ala.. A.U. 1 '<*.
I take great pleasure in certitfving to tho'
a)iri'v and tho nirit of Wilkinron'- .Match-
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toi.,,. ti iyV rrTonal knowledi,-. is tacen
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Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.
A


THE DAILY NJSW8:
ratTera at the Popt office at Pensacola.
ViF-. es*oond-claas matter.
OrMCK: Pitts Hulldtug." 11 ootb Pals-
bas street. up-4stars.
Pl"BLIdHEtK BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
'Trms-lnwariably in Advance.
O Y Tear by Mail .........
Tar- Moatb- -
Oise Month "1 '
Own Week, by Carrl-r. Payabt"e Monday 1-1

THE WKCIK I.Y NEWS:
PublshMed every Friday at $1.1 per year
fr4age free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Adertisinfg Rtes Frnwished on Applicaticn.




Thi paper sonM te with the
IM AEITISIMWN CO.,
aadiagi. St. Pal. Minn.. where
i drertiters and others nar-
e tmme it wher estimated wil be gives,
601e0- for GENERAL AODVRTI61NQG

FIIBAOOLA. APRIL 12. 1900

As automobile club in New York
bha begun a campaign for a govern-
meet appropriation for a hard road
from Boston to St. Augu-tine. Such
an enterprise would be a truly ex-
cellentthing-for the few million-
aires who are able to indulge in the
luxury of -ix-hundred-dollar auto-
mobiles. Odinary people who d-
not and cannot own these expensive
luxuries are expected to willingly
pay taxes in order that the elect nmay
enjoy themt-elve-.-
IN the Penti-ylvalia state demo-
cratic convention last week t!.e i6l
delegates of that state to the national
convention n w'ere in-truct+-d for Bry-
an. subject to the unit rule. and a
change Iy a majority of the delega-
tion. A formal platfoi m wa- adopt-
ed. but it nowhere insists upon the
readoption of the Chicago platforin.
Or the revival of the 1f to I issue of
ItW. It declares for a tariff for rev-
enue only, for free trade with l'lrto
Rico and for other -ound democratic
doctrines.
t UI'ITEI, STATES DISTRICT J.I'I")E
AIIl)ioN BROWN, of New York, who
ignored the indictment found by the
U. 8. court at savannah against the
alleged "pals" of Oberlin M. Carter.
and turned the accused loose instead
of ordering their removal to Savan-
nab for trial under the indictment.
has realized the necessity of ex-
plaining his extraordinary decision,
and has rushed into print to do so.
Part of his explanation. clearly ex-
hibiting his tender feeling for the
accused,'if not indicating a more d -
rect interest in their personal wel-
fare. i- as follow:
The reported surpris' ant anger on ac-
count of my d-ei-ieon. ha s%. in iny minil.
LOtbing more lack of thi-m ihai a pa--
si.onate foeeing d(oli n 4sou. t hi iat th y
would Ilk- t, tak, thl.-.e inen >,* the lneck
and hustle th-nm ,i f t,) trial ldown the-r,-.
Tbere l a f,.eling that they are bswiiin lefiI.
and should b..- Ihr,) o lht to trial thtire at
cnce. wh,'re tl e l- itnl8'* sst-IfIt n-t :g,- i a,


A Cl-an Campaign.
In the campaign for county otic--
just ended, THE NEWS flad 11) fa-
vorites to reward and LO f.es to de-
feat. It -stood for the winners, in a
fair race. The- race h-1s ht -n f,.ai
and time winner- are all egood men
and will make good officials. That
is what every voter dr-ire--. and i-
what every citizen should he re--
joiced to see. While there- :nu-t be
personal disappointments iiin t-very
such contest. the disappointited olin-
are not ene*-mnies but friends, arid
tiey will prove tlIeir loyalty to the
party and their abili:y to rise above
mere plr~onal coii-ider1%tin-,. icy
giving a cheerful and entl,usiastic
1-upport t tIm- ciot-eti statndar, bear-
er ofth.e part-.
The fact t!,:mt the calr.i:ii .. l-


t:uough a clo- an:td heated one, li:,-
itroulghout b-i- cle" a1 :ma i oai!!-
able to all c. ti,,n i s, is ,,. ; e,-t
.ratif% ii_ to tea i !t fri.--td ,,- el :;i ,f t
candidate, -. -it. c---- !l .mad nll '-
'e--.-ful. N. re 'ni nt. 1 tte: I1.e-
,or per-otii:a! I ,,I :._- w ill i r,--'a : i :i
affect the fin'a! celie-t- in N.,iv, m .li .
lEvery no~)i [ t wtll ;"he i I ** .
% ,te *if t '- .crf y. lland t!,'- ; i I;
. ,les; wall Iee tI c w< ,-! i u r lives o(f ti'- ( I>'ii dell.: r;r.t y ,1t I'--
t'am bia c<'nicr*v. :.ild i It 4-f -::iy -e .-
:ion or fact-':on tl .r, of. Many ,of
tho4e chlose---in -fa':. i''i-arlF all <'f
t!ieni--h.:ave h -.en ;i!re, idy tr #.d and
Te-ted: he-nce- tht, ir -a(cre--- in the
rt-s. it e-ll ttet. As ,fli'i, -. t!, -y
will bt-' a- td otancd : i fti.lifmi 1tt
:heir ri-pt-, c.tia e- U-t- a- iL--y LaV;y'-
been. No i,,ore coul't be wm1-l1-d of
them.
Another fact which r tiect.- li.ih
credit upijn the democrats ,of t:ie
rity, especially. vas the regular, or-
derly and busminess-like manner in
which the primary was conducted in
every precinct. No adverse reports
from the country precincts indicate
that this condition was otherwise
there. No drunkenness or other
disorder. were reported, and the
docket of the police court yesterday
was unusually small.
Tus NEtS" heartily congratulates
the people of the city and county
upon these features of the occasion.
and earnestlv hopes that all future


THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
A Splendid Barbecue and TBaket
Dinner Will be a Feaw ure.
The citizens of Powelton are pre-
paringto give the democrats of this
county a hearty welcome saturday
on the assembling of the democratic
county convention and the-y invite
the public to attend the irrand bar-
becueatud basket dinner which will
be given in honor of the event.
A round trip rate of ho cents will
be given. The train will leave Pt-n-
sacola at 9 a. m. and the citizens- rf
Powelton expect and will be pre-
pared for a large attendance in ad-
dition to the delegates.
A committee of ladies has charge
of the decoration of the convention
hall and they promise all who at-
tend a pleasant day.
Wyer's band will furnish music
and it i- expected that this will be a
grand democratic rally.

If troubled with rheumatism. give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does no
good. One application will relieve
the pain. It also cures sprains and
bruises in one-third the time re-
quired by any other treatment.
Cuts. burns. frostbites. quin-ey.
pains in the side and chcst, glandu-
lar and other swelling% are quickly
cured by applying it. Every bottle
warranted. Price. 25 and Fir et,.
For sale by Hannah Bros. and all
medicine dealers.
KING OF LIAtRS.
Another langhable Farce-Ticket No.
1174 Won the Priz,.
The Peter- comedy company
-cored another success and played
to good bu-inte- last niL'.ht in the
production of "King of Liar-."
The spefcialti(s were very good
and received bountiful encore~.
Pliil Peter- as Judga Hu-sel made
a tine justice of the peace and over
hil- head hung a sign "*Jame- R. LanI-
druni's court."
The dre-su pattern w.ts won by Mi-s
Fannie Maieely after callintt ,ti;t
about thirty or more nunmber-.
A grand minstrel bill will be put
on tto-night and no doubt but what
the opera house will be crowded. In
this performance the g:ils wiil lit
'u-pend+-d in swings. The S-pecialty
wurk prouis-es to be fine.
lDo dozen Scriven's Patent 'la-tic
earnm drawers at (;o cent- per pair. at
W hite'-..


(Gtumlao Supper and FiMh ('houader
The Frauen-Vtrein of the German
Lutheran church will give a gumbo
supper and fl-h chowder at the Mer-
chants hotel on Tuesday night.
April 17. at s o'clock. Tickets feor
gumbo tor chowder are for sale by
all members of the Verein and at the
Merchants hotel. price "_'5 ce:t-.
POI.IC; COutir.
.1 hn Htegers and Chas Johnson Fined
on the Samne Charges.
There were four cases before May-
or Hilliard in: the police c ~u>.: t!.i
morning. of which one wa ~- c..tin-
ued anid one disc> arged. TI.e fine-
amoullnted to f12.-,,i.
John IRger-. charged with cur-inSg
land abi-inz F;izaih(-ih R ager-, wa.-
fln'-d $7 -O'.

filled $5.
The caP o(If Eva tColje-in: i. ,* :ir-,,,i
with a--a'ilt. w.:ic!: wi- c,:'n :imu di
fre(m ye--t-d l iy. wa- a-:;ii:i c(oh: iI i.-d
until to-intrruw.


Clot!int ) that iQ tail,;,ed ho,:-t:y
and ta:',roughly at White"-.
A QUIET WlEDDING.
Mr .1. M. Ackern a and .Mis Eli/.*-
I Ila Pinney United in Marriage.
Mi-s Elizabeth Pinney and Mr. J.
M%. A-kerman were quietly wedded .,"
t te rectory of St. Kathel line's church
Tue-day evening. Rev. J. I. Bick-
ne ll. otiiatiig. There were noi card-.
anrd the friend. of the couple kia w
,,,tlhinzg of the marriage until after
til. ceiein)y. TH E NK E jiln-
th!iir niai '" trinc- i- in he-.trty c ,i-
. ratcuilat ailt :. r
I-a >o o;i i f i l teIe ,t ;ii ;v' "- --
mat-!it o0 Ta-; I I i N A t1 '4 ,ii 1 t;- .-t'.


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W E11l: ';NCING.
For th,. next 1,i days A. J. Wat-
kin- ill ord-r ornailnl-at-l wiret
lfe'cinr :at such low prices it will
-urprise everybody. You can have
any kind. from 2 feet to 4 teet high :
or you can get tlie best and cheete-t
iron fencing of all kind-. Wh-i
you desire fencing of anv kind don,
leave your order at Win. Jo)hnson &
?on't' for me and You will -;iv-
nmoney and get first-class guaran-
teed work. A. J. WAIKINS..
13mmlm.
NUTh': lO. lPER POUND.
Jacoby has 5th, to 600 pounds of
Italian Chestnuts and Choice Hazel-
nuts. which lie is offering, to close
out, at lo cents per pound. Tatf
T't, nk ibeest a -erive. .e.I-Iav ee n t


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Grand as the thunder of Niagara is the universal song of the cured

that Hood's Sarsaparilla is, ,
AMERICA'iS GREATEST, BLOODiMEDICINE
Hood 's purifies and enriches)the blood as nothingielse ,can.\


CO.NFEDEIATE REUNION.
Appointment -f sponsor and First
Maid of Honor.
A Marianna dispatch to the Flor-
ida Times-Union and Citizen says:
By the courtesy of Major-General
E. M. Law. the gallant commander
of the Florida division of United
Confederate Veterans, and ef Colo-
nel Frank Philips, assistant adju-
tant-general of said division, both of
whom are ever zealously active in
perpetuating the cherished memo-
ries of the Confederate cause, Miss
Annie Louise Baltzell has been
-elected as sponsor, and Miss Annie
Louise Guvon as her first maid of
honor fur the reunion of the Florida
division), United Confederate Vete-
-anQ. at Pe isacola, on the 26th and
27th of A*-ril.
Miss Bal z-ll is the daughter of
Mr. G. A. Balthz Il of Marianna. and
f er lumany years past the tax assessor
oJackson county. Miss (uyton is
a daughter of M:. Moses Gayton of
Mari.~ana. clerk of the circuit court.
The former of the-e gentlemeni was
a member of the Fifteenth Coinfed-
erate cavalry. department of the
gulf; the latter was a boy soldier
throughout the last year of the Con-
federate war, in the Fifth regiment.
Georgia R-serves. McLaw's divis-
in. Hardee's corps. Both have
honorable war records, having
fought gallantly in -everal ut the
important battles of the w:ia-.
For sponsor and maid of honor
certainly no more eminently appro-
priate selection could have- be-en
made from among the many fair
daughters of old Jackson than is 11-
lu.-trated in the honor confe-.rred on
these two refined and chaining
young ladies. A;s retresentative- of
the best society and traditions of the
Old South. right worthily and grace-
fully will they bear their honor, and
in a manner that will win the en-
thusiastic approbation of the good
people of the State of Florida and of
the Confederate veterans of Florida.

Circuit Court.
The case of H. Baars vs. Tle Pen
sacola Land & Lumber Co.. Price &
Pierce, et al was terminated yester-
day evening by a verdict for the de-
fendants. A motion to exclude the
evidence of plaintiff was granted by
the court and the jury was instruct-
ed to bring in its verdict accord-
ingly. A new suit was begun to-day
by the same parties plaintiff against
the same defendants for $5,otii dam-
Thie ca4e of C. G.-i-mar v. the
Pensacola Electric Terminal Ry.Co.
is on trial to-day, being a -uit for
$1. NA) damages for injuries su-ta.ined


MARSHALL DAY PROGRAM.
Arrangements C'onmpleted For Celebra-
tioI In February, 1901.
NEw ORLEANS. April 11.-William
Wirt Howe, chairman of the committee
of the American Bar association on John jfl
Marshall day. announces that the day
will be celebrated on the Feb 4. 1901. in
the city of Washington in co-operation
with the Bar Associatitn of the District
of Columbia.
There will be a public meeting, at
which the chief justice of the United
States supreme conrt will preside, and
at which the president has prom-
ised to be prestnlt. The oration will be
delivered lby tht. Hon. Wayne Mc(Veagh.
formerly attorney general of the- United(l
Stare, and minister to Italy. The pro-
gram als- included a balnquft in the
tv'ling alnd it is al'0o exIKc'ted that i
on the same day the-re will IN- local cele-
brationib lay the lbar a--"Kiation- of the
liftfertit -tatts aiird ternitotric; Thie har
asoc-iati ,n Ief Liuiman: lias al-ready ,ir-
ran ,-.i1 i toe have a c!;i Il:atiI a l tr'm r- ame
day


\V..A. Nea'l Is Acquittedl.
C( T --MIt.\, (. .\'n' II.-Th first
of the ca-, s '12aig -r ',C ln-, l Ne-al, for-
In'er .-t:p)Ilntte*'le, 't f the penitc,,tiary.
that for bre ac'lhi t nt with fraudulent
inteut ai'd i .,vi :ici lre'ny, ended last
night, th jury 1,t::igng in a verdict of
ij)t g1umlry T 'ii ,l'f,-iso put up n) wit-
nesse.'. A -sinibir -*ase has bee-n lno!
pri-,os-al. Today Neal is on trial e ,r
niisap!;rliriaiii;n state funds in several

Fine furniture in summer
styles, including" Wicker
rockers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is com-
plete. Don't buy anything
in furniture until you have
seen Marston 4' Finch's
stock.

We are doing a big business, 'and
it is no wonder. Why shouldn't we?
There is no particular mystery about
our success. We always have the
right goods, the right service and
the right prices, and these always
win. We emphasize the honest treat-
ment feature and sell to sell again.
White's.

AN ORDINANCE
T", he Entitled an Oidinance Ilelating
to the Erection and Rllpair of Cer-
tain liuilding within the Fire IUin.
its oftl he City of Pen acola.


ill getting o:1 on of the colmipa nv Be ;t )rdalned lby the Mayor and iountcil of
cars. Liddon & Eagan for plani,. i!ff; the CA:ty of Pie'-ia etla:
BlIunt & Blount for defeldat,.t. M -et). 1. lTta wch -ve .r Ithe own..r of
nvj lilt. nlth thl- tire InIit-4 of tre.- ci'.v itf
l'ri t. I'r-,lhdeut Ite \ I-it (Charlestorn. i leII atpily fir l-ri- .-t ,i- ll ti e-r<- pt ilin Rig a bio t ,ti' ., eeir lilk.- IltilhlinLg. !itiv-
(' x -r .\, April 11 It lht I-i.n i a < .-ii friiin-, and teo l ,t tlir.:Iy <'-'v-
.r.Li. a.,ly de.,,r- in ., i ih t r'r,-.e .ut r, i, v tin. /l:- r h-- tie t Irtlei. er i.h-n
T-r d ,leVe-I a Tht ,,etW lltl ee l ,it'," i t I |Ih11 ,1i1.9-, (f
M3c K iill-y w':11 1'-it 1 i1:trl.--r..u fltX ere!.i (tl w il.mii -a t(I litnls.- all ,i,|lipv fir
,h' 1 p hi ..it] to repair tl)- 'aniI-. the' tHonl t
July. ,during fit, s..-i.', i t ti t.:t,-h'rlrs i of I':l.ih Work-ofthe-city thull haviu ai-
coi'.ve.ntion. Frank i iN-i!.. wfVle thioriy tto f-ralt p-.rin--ion to-ucn ownclr
w lth .li M iy,r .,yttim. vt-it .-d \W .h'in:,gt te +.r(,t or re.-airsuch hu cim.nw
Sv n eC.2. :!That itanyv per,,on who -h'al Iree t.
.tl li Ir'_Ld th :rt,-id,* lt ti <'',:ll e toi or rpelpar. or atterlpt to **-iet --r refp ir,. aivy
(.',tarl.**.t ni. .tat-- thlat )lr-ic \lel It .i-- ut'li t.uLldIn WR withoe t tir-t hat-vin otiltine-d
Kiilehv t<,ik kl ,ilv to tht. invit i a:tln inwid I ,ri -it-li, t so t o1 I t"oin h if .- BontIrd (of t'Put)-
-]I e i Kl'llle I;t l> i li rkl. ,ili | l th p| ii 'htI-d by a 1till. l- Inet
prl -el tlhe p u r that he- \ald ex- i...iu :). or by uimprisoniti'ent nott --
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e,'( :e. TIhai t iv i ill ordi-i:tncpl. 1 (1d tiart '"f
seizurte of Tobaccio. rdi nanc-. iin co)niii l Nt it anly pitx -lon
hvreof ee aul- I IC aiic- ire lirh -r,.-hv ic' piled.
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To lie Tried For Embezzlement.
R.UI.EI;H, April 11.-At the upprmcah-
ing term of the federal coure here two
inegro postmasters are to be tried for em-
lezzlement.
New Slpring Manhattan Shirts, at
White's.

The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at


ca-e- of indiz-retiaon. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
strong: and it ,ives one who is all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pen-acola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim feor it. One dol-
lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol-
lars. Try it. It is made in Penna-
cola hv i)r Philin E. Hannah. For


2- cents will psy f r
ed ti-on of the Jaik-,
lis. a larse sh or 12
now until Nov. lt .
and $2.,') will pi y
Jack-onville M.,tr,;.
un'il Nov. loth. f.-r c
only. The obj-ct .
lelled offer is u, gav.-
Ilorida u lhance- -
the new- o t!h- c :
campaign at ,xtr- m i
alio to make tht i,. ".
with the leadi: fr.!r
Bryan new-paip-r i:
cartoon- are al,>:- w,.
Money.


JIilli*m 0_Io on & So0.




Our 20th Year at i

go Present Location!


- THE


- BIG ** STORE


AY FTOWEASTER. GN
SFOR EASTER.


Shirt Waists.


Embroidere-d White Wai-t-. 7.'>.
$1.00. $1.25"> to $2 54..
Misses' Wai-ts.:4ic to $1.oo.
Colored Waists. 45e to i;9c.
Silk 'Wa.i-t- for $3.!i.


Skirts.


Whito Pi(que. Embroidered. F4.
White Duck. T7ce to $.5).
Gelletea Applicued, in New CoIl-
ors. $2.-50 to $.5.0.
Black Brilliantinc. Box Pleat-
e( .,(I, $ I.
Novelty (God)(s in Black, $3..'i.


Millinery.


We are Showitg a Nice Line of
Pattern Hats at Low Prices.
Bunch Violet., Roses, Dai-eys
and Forget-me-Nots at lIc* a
Bunch.
Latest Styles in Sailors at oic.
75c and $l.iouJ.
Hats Trimmed on Short Notice.


French Caps.
Suir Sping Lin,- N,.\
t <':i.
Lawn ULat; :a.i| ;
( '.ildr'ni.

Clothing.
i'in,- T.,ilorn 'itf, S9;:'- "
at $1).k to ii (,on.
Youth."' smt.. Lr:
$7 )0 to $1i.im
F-ine Pant-. *J.'> t,
maide H.t-.

Straw Hats.


;spec(-ial in
Specials in


Bo vs. -


. I 1


Shirts.
1] K> D[ >, .- II (f lntt' ;,l;:-. -
$1.S;l each.
.d I).7n Boy-' Shim :-.
'-ach.
Shirt Waists for Hy- :*
without Collar-, '<- to o,1e *


I !Am


New Idea. Patterns


- AT-


10 cents each.


2206-LADIUS'i:kWr



1NEB 1 COODS;1

Displayed on Our Coiinters Facb Wte!



!Iiilliam. 30blno 0 & Son.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
--Manufacturer-p and i D .alr- i;:-


iCarriages, Buggies, qWagons andj Ir.ilv.


"- Repairing Attended to Promptly.


oi EAs'F GARDEN iSTJ.


11 F:NSA I( e


LENTEN SPECI ALTIES


-IN & CO'$.


- e '~ Li~ -~ e I -A '1, 11, 1 '' 1". a I


CANNI-:e tNN'i-


-A V.t \ JF -


1) 1 E-ItF, II A!,N IVN
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( LA 14 1i PI)W I i)E'aI".


I aLl ';F:-" I N -


"BUY THE BEST.'


Tg-- IT'S ECONOMY !Y

Our REFRIGERATORS are Guarar,t I to, K
and take a lower tempe-ratuir+e thati any other omn th l- ni. rk'.
They have an Ab'olute DRY Alt I'tROVISION CIiA.MN
Warranted Ab-olutely < )d,'rless.


S .SOur Ice Cream Freezers! '
WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN :'. MINUIE-

W"Prices- o Higher than for I-fe-rior makes. Con- m : .
plain them to yeu.


43oBa


GERSON,.-


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSAOOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1S03. 5


SETO HOLY WEEK. I00000000000000000
UO Ag REWS h ES Progeram of SIr.oes at St. Michael'l r the Farmer.
Catholic Church. *
Holy weekservice, at St. Michael's
-af or re."ucol a "etait, church will be as follows: 4
/. ,,, ,ir, I,,. f,,,r. rt | Holy Communion will be administered at 0000000 00 0 00W
p. ,n ifi. r itP,, I : 3 m. (vood Friday: Masm of the Pre-
S. rr anctifi.-d.ka.m.: singing of the tasiion, It is claimed that the (lost of canning
fr t,. tr ,,. n.rt',. r .'Holy Way of the Cross." : p. m.: Evening and handling fruits and vegetables will
i y.itw.in m tl '. ,-rn.t,,, ,,' I I'-Vot(ions..7:*i p. m .
Holy Haturday.creremoni-e will begin at Soon I:,- In reaseld from lllI tt 1 l. r
S,, ,,,,MM ,..- i -. i 7::t .: a Conf-iauaion at i m. A Bete- 'cent t Sdictin- father will assist In hearing coihlv--
\ ill f Rot.e. (... arrived -ou- i-aster taturdav. Itural New Yorker. There is a decided
1 rn J.P 1. MCCA a- EP.TI. l'stor. iuncrtas, in tih. '(.t of the Inetals used.
(rtng and Jh Na-t Brave Men Fall such as tin plate, cans and solder. The'
*it. vr MMenbilall. labels. wraiii'rs andl paper stock couie
Victims to stomach., liver and kid- in for their shart of the rise, which
p. Pitt- .f Alabama i- a gue-t ny troubles as well a- women. and is also true of packing cases. i achiu-
I ".-,.:"' t,- all feel the results in loss of appe- ery. etc. The new "classitications" of
1i. M..int',mi.'ry 'ft Fairford, tite, poisons in the blood, backache, the railroads -will also result in higher
% v-i.;ar he-r to-lay, nervousness, headache and tired., f ight ',,e sfor cantd g ,. I
listless, run-down feeling. But -i. s r i
.,n r Pl.itae i, lyin at there's no need to feel like that. every this in.ne in rie is due
," 1 arf di-chiar:itng a cargo Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, dirt''tly t, tohe' cxaitiontis of a trust or
.,nuT. Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters coil'!ine ofr smtile kind. The truck gar-
J .ii- I N ,l:aid aiid wift" of are just the thing for a man when deuner iand fariner is expi'ted to pay
: Jul-on. Ind.. are gue-t- at he is all run down and don't care the d!fTerence in the way of a lowering
MIn- htiou,-e. whether he lives or dies. It did tf his cotiittrat pi<:(-cs for growing: the
S o ,.reit ,.aorival-at th re to give me new strength and st(W'k. altho:ich it would stim that he
r w t ari t the good appetite than anything I could d It, ueed to the last liit nlu
-. rti at.,t thi- noriiin fruit the take. I can now Pat anything andT c dgo
.*I ill,.rniti train have a new lease on life." Only pr ei- ,has t s, 1 i s '. w c':au c.d tive( ls
.Jwiii F. D)iuke. f,,rnlir cle-rk at Ii cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's traih- has Intl.v ..en fairly active, and
t .Jae- n tl a;t "Tallaha-s drug store. Every bottle guaranteed., tlher' is no tan1d reason why thie actual
v t,. city la-t niit. pr.lod cE.r sho;1bl I er lI lItrdens of an
\10r,.s A .M ,'k tr, Iri-h com,.-i A veritable feat of good things arItiti.'ial inf-re' ,. In pi i A ,at :it t.e k ,,t- ra hu\e I for men and bovy, .t White'-. mo;,y 1 he t.E.a1s.
-,l av i.. lit i "'*F tii laia '- billl' -
Mals:ng <.0otd loads.
,t'i trItb.td.iur-. it i- CURTAIN RAISERS. Ve o.,n.e lihtIp,I a iaan f:lx a l>it of
: ; ; a I, t -! ,,w li' *i'y w ill ra:l, t.l,;,, .lh a low a n l I, ;y pi cte ,,f
: ra I t:i-- M ,niday :i',. : iiii nu t,. r of v a:i hl' iali e:i s land ,n his farm. : 'l' k .. Ai, r'ari
i il' atort. i'I'l r' \l ;s a 1 :1.1 r-aI' of-
'" ,. l I,.,,, !. w I, wI !,,, a: l- 441:been 1. : t'hr n of l t" .,'t :It: n s.: ,ns '.1 ho
tI- rt#,ela l I,. -t- i,-r.ald ay i I '1;,, :., J,;:.'a: ,l"t'a n ,.I .... ii" l'ia,:ia It'U i, ', 1 i i,:iai,'1 ,'11 ,,a,1l. 'l l ie s a ..tIt
1 | ., l-V t i.';% .t ,'i ii-" ... I',!'.:aia ; r:'i,t'. a <-,i i a' .i- 1 ,, i 1 i,'It ;i l :i' il i ; s it l a.:i s
t.-1: p imnn l.. :1 hat a'aiat i it' 'a a a:::erial. anl.
:, i


I* ,r i I in IItt't 4 1. f tl'I -I .' .-.t-
4. 1 'lub w i Il I -# -t ,t,- 1114 1t
-:.arp. at Je- PIort-r .

... :1 (' r.n -t C't' urcrl. ( ;, ,,l
11 : '.t to :, i ..!th r.,
-M t.,tl ,,!. s-ttn dil.y. E .t--tft

< w .i'l-n arrt v ,l e-re la.-t
S IM.tri n :i .aId left t,,-day
.' 45 :rain or L+,- hion*e.

1 ,. K. :.t- i r: trlin the- li-ilnr" rturid-
.. .**. -,:ppri- Th'.l Ida brought
,.;, 1-, f lp,:tni-th m a'ck rel.


T k I a I It'





NI:t : 1


w ill h, Itts **, .cam pn lent of S'! I I I Ia I .
i, :,i -t ate- ttI- ,p4 t ,Ii- year r a I. l. I i i ( a Ia .:.
.,i-l:aturtnt 0,f I .. tiv.t n:g m ade ..- :. .. -. '
:r I ra atit oit ftor tIiat Ip) rposE.. \ -:i l '! !:l..t ,:- ,.a I : i- l i. :.t
ltl.,t ,, : :, ia- a v. ;, ll -t i-,a I i tt"l ,.; t: ; l
SI talian bark P oi,,pero. w i'h .... '..n- t. -.- : t 1 ;7 in
-1 at oti f roll a IIavana. broriirlu t a 1 l- "
t *I i t.i f cE raIp ironpi for C. I .. a,, I lti,' v ing, ti statc ,,f tLh.
"b. ,! lIt.i l.!pt il i lltlt ,f l tl iltz:a;'| "
\ rwattl HlC('.lard- llon, whli for a1- i. ;'niai: i: il i t St. Jl.ni-",
..* tlin t 1a- lh en h ad oiler mn l :. Al.: I t,.r tilh ti 1t tiglht tlilt- lItlcI i'S
-te:-a311 iil Hip ll-ti. ,' la. w ill hI-IVIi |i, .. li.ni il,;, \\:- t it i II ac i lliIt I tf i;-
iz Lt for N *w Y ork. w h -re, t+ e I itI I i% ,, I I ;.,;,,I.,i k'n >'. li' thII.,t dihl tIt
r,--il,' il f tllre. j ait'O,.. : t ;ii iii. t 1.i:;1:i) il : a"nd Mr-. W illiam Pulliam and I ,I a A aa i l ;t i t tih, whi.th.k l .n
ii;-, Mr.-. C'alrrie ('lark. whit .
.*. .,- .ini -pending tlhe winter WRITERS AND PAINTERS.
niti'. in thi- a ity returned to their -.
:.ie n11 Illinois last Tuesday Piliil, L.a,;:Ia,. the luang:lrian larti-'.
niil'o ('lipper,. an enplloyv.e of ha- ,.'.I' at i :l -i-- I paall" t a fill
M il Il,% w m ill-, w hile at work 1 i,, :c ii ', t: t a-i t l',rt' l.- ia hie a
tm ir ing hliad the m ilsfortunt e oif I ,-a.- -a :a ,',l h th l,.i',.il lthra', '.
.kia t. I- atltn IH e (- 'llll to) tle :. S! 1 a 1 z. the l',li-Ih l -' 'i.-t. h' lt'
a :t.d I r. H .ltiiih:li dre-sed hna- a-k.a' i l., --.in ala ,i nl :1 t 1.,r t1' *;:,:a' '
a;:. IL. ,. S +ll \ft A t' ..a' u a .i:, al-l l.ii.- l ,a l
S t A t li I;l I 1 1 ., i I th e
",,- I'. N Brow n. w ife ,f tlo-.- .- .1,,l .a t l.a, I. a i'1 n. t T
,'t.t tilt of it.- i ntli .i: : ti.nal I 1' t It ,- Itta .'il .
S '. ; ('tv ,f .M exic'o. w ill :arraiv .\A I-a lilt ia S -i, l ie 1, '' .
*"rit-ii, itmatl I eC 4 :1 t aaft1'U N.1I.-i.1 I.y Ili. :aI!-t t I P 7T; fol.
t I- ..ltl-r n ...>n ut t i e 4 :1.: tl 'lll g 1., ,. 1,t :it T l".. .... 1 ,* 1.1 b u. a
St -i-te-r. M r-. Th ,-. V : *! i ; -
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; t. i t :- t 7::-.t ,i t o ,I, k i':1:,,' ,,I I. I ..,. ,'\% :. 1n l.'r m f th
I t-' I ra1"111 -.. 'i c it ti aiel; I,,lv I, .' I a, t, ,.'I lla ittit B, .'eti.ii t .

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a' a :; t r1 '-a t a .i r-< : a ltl a
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S M.: Cr. Mr F. W.! ,,..
Sf :. tM rl- f M r1 W ,,,, w il e
t ; 1. r aI t rit- \ i l ll l
l r. l I~ I V f3t 1 li* Z
? : i .. .. ,. !i t i lit' wua- abl- tto
r *-: e;:. ':;. a'h a w aiit, i 1', ,a I'.;ia.r:mrnit W afV:af -:- iild Idi-


,r:1'.-r.- t rii.h


FORBES


I tl,. a :; t;I:, \: 11 p .i l f,,; th' la -
a'l ,r. T 'I .-ii a laI ,taf 1 l1 stni!' \\t ;;1 ,\' :1
iput t: i: i a.ia. il .a .:t t :" Li ,; r -;i % s.
I,;t- :.ii Il Orttis .1 t t I Lc l : 1\ '.t
t1 :t1: S'. S it1 4 I' I ay T. II s-'t Vi tai'
i l I ii. "'.! p I. f -i:t i ll ,,.i,'- li;airt h:v il
lt'III l: !N !:1 ; ',1 i t '. !l < !( a :lfi I l1. Ill.S!. 4l-
a.w : -: i 'l : t\ Il t'hl -. It \\a i;l I \.a,
inkl Jilis d* Jartia'. lih' w callss atlia
s'ltl' l;e :;ps oun; of thn' \Vw Iy. This
l',,lllll;It;, :>l \\1 ; ',,\, I',', w it ll C :-;l\ l.
iiI1,l 1 hll it uv. th ll,, t et' >w\\ ll ul sa; ,l.
S"''Th,'r.. It:l t j, lit i-< tline,. :nvl I think it
\ill i-ta t d ni,,t' \ hil' I live." anil we'
lhlink it \',,t'!l anl t uir11':.i otne or (two
in,,r,.n i,.t ratioiis. \V' hal t, thoulith
114.4t. Ile l' itatii(n o o I1f the ( gt S i ,t,- InI tl.;it \% t- ,Ih lu hnl Inot rE :a'h ni so-
li;tiIn a if it until rioaltiiiakcrs learned to
l,I tlh'-ir work -', i t, l:'1t it w'tould "'stay
tloinr." Many f:irmis have places used
a;1s 1'roil\\aiy-' w'hi.tih iv+. just such
t:,':ltitln'ii. an! so dlo certain pieces of
town r l',:ads.
Mutton Sheep.
The feeder of' svelt'p and laiulis is
I now exlpricnci g that comfortable
fc-'linlg that c'tile' from tig proults,
I says 'l'h" Birc'dle's tiazettc. It taxes
lJt'lt it'ry to It all a tilne whlinu nlittou
hlieIl have 't- tchlI.'l such extravagant
11i '(-4 ;I~ at pr '(si'it. Inted, ldata kinag
ti italice oat \;it lot's for sleep. 'year
hin-;s a nil lIambls. tlht'y '1are iniprecedh-'nit-
cvl in ilt' history of I lie trade. They
have attainedr'l sc a heiilght that Ithe
lxpii i ltt4'iia:ai1l lIa's been ('he(kcled,
\ hit ] i, M, IIIn 1th laut I n-lou01 h. us .>.hln
Ittill i. nitt 'a'ii.\ di sii-suaeil il froin his
It,.; ofI laainlt Iay ht', ri< 'iat, ol it. SoI
'!11ti: is- l l,' dtleaiiail for sheep andl
laiuls 'fro' all lliiarte'rs t that caln-
t',lin' t.f ;t I*' \\" 'xlport o'ilt.-rs w ill ha.1\c
Itll.' ,'fi't' 1t aoil :ill s. NM llttIn reat r'
1ii ailtiplyin,* aii t laItnlw' :and.l fiir ishi
:!TI :;i.'all .l.ili1' illialt'kt't just at pri scnt.
' lii- 1 a< a! tn'a'itl nI 1a I i', m inii n'it fi':atuIre
<,l tl d tr:,l. \w ,,,l'l nli t I,, c ,niplchte
a\\ lthi ti t ,tii I I.n ri f thI e f:ia't thi:It lthe
S11111 )!' lit:i 1 1 :-1 i l-r; ily I -r i o\ 1t1tilet
l,'st" al.: trk .. a :>.tt ;a lilty i rli (asin\e r lprI'f-
r nl' allt a I l'. o \f 11 ; l tl : ll;lls. o Il' tillII
i :t \Vi f 11 aatlh i I,' l i' t 1 .at

Imnproer liur S.tile of I'arming.
l h1. flarill r1 \% II, i', 1-' i gI l tti I ti 'l- .
%*Pyi ',,'ircspinll iaih t ot' 'l'h ew .\ "'\" li.n -
la ,! I:'t11 ,.rr. i- ;ifrl:iil to :!rindl his. l.,-c
I11W r l'(ir oi r \\rl.ililL 1 it oit (W pf f t lt-
im i: i'I ; i ,r ,,1 4 l in:iia il <,I1 an acir. 4 f
11i-,1 f,.:- I, ar ('r t,'tlillg it too ri,.h, so
Ilhat 1 ;- .i r: \ 1ill all runI to stalks. lIe
;:- t'a;' ite .1 t, 'tit l:ialf a ton of hatv


STORE.


SILIVWAL{1CiiWESTSHIRT WIST8S!

S1.1 F'1< t -I- '" I. I;i IN i l:" N E\W F I' PATTEI' N-N i!"I -F MUil T
a a : i 1- I .'' a- wV rt : i- I:.;-i- a l i'ar. a l Fit \Vt' 1 :l \1il, -- -
a a ,: ,i ., '.* -T';,I: ** '' it c it t w' il.it W i't ; re ,. li.'. 3'1
L
t Thpe Calebrated "Trojau" W aists. t! Mit-: h', r'..,": 'i::.: w.\':, )
I I 1a .ir t i \V :. ': a:. l 4 b r- i'rice -: l.1,,. -! .,"t, $1.75 a:.d -".t'. 'i.


t :j A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.


Our Entire Line of .0 ald 1 60 Waists f r 4.)(i Each. or
I'HiF-,'E AIE MADF WIFH THE SAME CARE AS DOLLAR G(NOODS.



Just Received!

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


t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r AN ...CC *9,- .2 ***


*


". J, & Forbes.


per acie and thinks two tons a big crop
and doesn't want to read any of our
agricultural papers, for he says they
print lots of stuff that no common
farmer can practice and no one but
the richest cares to try. Now, I am
contested, says the old fogy farmer.
to travel the same road my father
traveled,. Hlie could not tell what it
cost to make a quart of milk or a
pound of butter or cheese. Many have
the idea that if a man cannot do any-,
thing ele lie ecnu be a farmer, but It
is a great mistake. Too few of our
farmers keep a debt and credit account
with their farm.

Siberian Wheat.
An expert who has been travellag in
Europe in the interest of the San Fran-
cisco Cliamber of Cotmmierce expresses
the opinion that Siberia will never
compete seriously with the American
wheat supply. lie says that wheat
grown in eastern Siberia Is inferior in
quality. and even when grown from
American seed it deteriorates the first
year.
IndigestibilIty of Oleomargarlne.
Professor Lindsay. at the Massachu-
setts agricultural experiment station,
tried feeding calves on skimnmilk and
oleomargarine and found that when
more th::n one ounce of oleomargarine
was added to ea,.h quart of milk indi-
gestion wa s produced. A. quart of nor-
11al whole< milk contains about 1.3
ouncIes of butter fat.

Shearing Mafchines.
Then increastl demand for shelaring
m:iliiines indic:ites that the a:ie of
prtrel'tss does not stop with te cUel-
tury. blt Iratler iincr'lase.s as time goes
oni. More liachineh she-hrintg plants will
lx' put itl ofE'r:itioil this s pri in the
greta't west Ilimni was aIhoiilit possible
Inat fall.- Sl,'pherds' Bulletin.


tled Hot From The Gun
WaQ the ball that hit 0. B. Stead
man of Newark, Mich., in the Civil
War. It caused horrible Uleers
that no treatment helped for 'io
year,. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him. Cures Cuts.
Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons, Corn-.
Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
earth. 25 ets. a box. Cure guairan-
teed. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte,
Druggists.
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
Reported Daily for The News by
Mesrs. A. M. Mome & Co.

W W .................... 75 H ................. ........ I sO
W (i............2...... "' 1 ........ ....1........ 1 "2'
N ................... .... .......2 ................. 1 47'1,
M ............... ........ -* 2 2 IC ....................... 1 4-"
K ............ ......... 2 ( D ................ .... ;31i
. ........... ............ I D! .
SPIBITS TURPKNTINH--62 0sent.
All leather suit cases and hand
-atchels with leather lining at
White'-.;-
Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
Wees' Cough Cure, Diarrhtma Rein
edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who uses them
without being benefited. Price 2"5
cents each.

HARPER Whiskey is liquid mu-
sic. bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, re-
freshing and delicious.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISMER BROS.
Pen-acola, Fla.
S,)ine folks' pretences to alw:iy
iutlt-rsell the world are rather tire-
S-titiel. No ntie ha- Imonolpoly of
brains and money. It will be a sor-
ry day for thi- town when competi-
tiolln e#:Iats. W white's.


Photographic Artist,
21l'.4 S utlh P'alafox St.
t" ti-!:-l

MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER,


R. HALLIDATY& CO.



Special Easter Offerings

*-at the following reduced prices -


Fancy Neclwear.
N%'" direct attention to our ineof ItRenal .
sancf Lacet* Barb. tock I')ltar.. ordled
ilent tichled Plaid Tip'-. with 'riant.( -ndsl,
Double-faced. Cord edgeS Sati ana T'atTet'a I
Fringed End T;es, Tlatl string Ties, Etc.


Dents* $'_'.i (Gloves red uce.1 to Il **.
Blair I.1.;) Colored kilovet .e'due'd to $I.-*.
Try our Guaranteed SI i i tilox e.
We call especial attention to our Milk
Ttffeti t (il an ex .enltl.ove i to for StUiin.


Parasols.a wear.
We have thHeNewestand Mo't1'p-t-Dater.
Stcck of Parasols ever Mbown tih tiLs ity. l.adie*' Hosiery. an plain, open work and
fancy effects. front l ie to $*' :2).
imrllas Chilldren Hoslery from nle to :c.
UlbrllCas IUiave our 2"- Urade of Ladtie. and 4 hbl-
dreli's Hopiery a trial: Ithey are th beht(
Ladle'.,Men's and Children's in all quali- value for lliemoney to be found anywhere.
tieb. W e have in stock a few Ieft of our l Adie '"Vet, wo-,' have fromal ite to 1 i.,
well-known Mercerized U'mbrellas. an ex- Take amlook at ou, iwe ve.t: altr our Milk
cellent value, while they last at $I.(%; also L.-le Vt-ts, 'X. value., for *.' they cannot
a 26-inch Close Roll I'mbtrella at stI.2. be btwat.

BL-ACK GOODS.
Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black (ood4 the
Coming Week. In this Department we have the Fine-t Fabrics ever
shown ill this city, including the exclusive of fashionable C'repet de Chine
Tainise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. In the Cotton, Wo-tl. Silk and
Wool and all Silk. we strongly recommend this material for its lightness
and durability, and the proper fabric 'or the present mode. We al-o hav s
a Large Liuneof Staple- and Fancies in BlacK Goods and at the Right
Price-.
LINENS.
For one wet-k ,only to introduce and bring before th. lpubllc .our Stock
of Daina-.k. "'awels,. Renai-.ai ce Dres-er Scarfs. Sidebl)oardi Se.ta fa. Centre
Pieces ant D ,ylie-s. we will (offer a Special Discount of lI',..


R. T TH-ALIW Y & C 3.,


"ITelf-Ii.-tjeI-)' I.


Some


:;' and :3V Palafx Street.


geresb9tq Figures.


Capital tif the four Gr. at IBanks of the Worldl.


Bank of England,
Bank of France, .


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S $86,047,936
. 36,500,000


Imperial Bank of Germany, 28,560,000
Bank of Russia, . . 25,714,920

Total, . .. $176,822,855

FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE 111UANCE COMPAlT

FRil TIE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, IECENBEI, 31. U i /

Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Thie inew f irmn of policy o*f 'Th Miutinl l.ife Ini-iranciii, (C'iaiany of
New Yoirk. Richard A. M31(cCii url. Pret-iE nt. pl)roviil-:
First he'li SE('I HI 'Y f S:;1il .. .T1.1:;7 of a;i-ct-.
S i-l- ( )FITA HL.E INVESTMENT-
ThirdI -LIIBERAI. I,()ANS TO TIIE INSIREDI).
E xtvw ti,,' tril i l l- "::;i in r :n' cf |l: ,-,.

L i r: u rr, i .i ;r \:ti -.



CECI L WILCOX, G neral Agent,

J.- 1 'ONVILILE. FLA.
WV. (. C'III1PLEY, AGENT,
PP.TSAC LA. rFLA.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

*--OF T HE--L

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHIeRNtITl' \iT'5 Af 1)1.N


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Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
-' ,-,:- P ro'inpt :v r\.l ll I ., :-
<'f I>ay (,r Ni.:t.

Fish and Oysters in All Style;.

Nick Apostle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
Dealer in
Bieyeles and Bieyele Sun ';ies.
Agent for Rambler. Cleveland and Racc.le
Bicycles. blx Years experi-nce in KRe-
airing of Bicycles, Casb Rgi-t,-rs.
typewriters. Guns, Etc. Keysv male to
fit any lock. Etc.
11 W~MM# itwM- 0 f'


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

.--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--O .


KREUGER & KUGELMAN,

*=WHOLESALE QROOERS.--
AN ENTIRELY FlRE-H AND NEW STOCK OF FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED (GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
xrvy Our >oldon flooco Bloxur.
Sale-roonm 132 >;4 E. (iovrnmenut troeet.
Warehou-e. Cor. Tarragona and Cli;u-c!. Streets.
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s THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


THE WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA..
W.U Equipped F'or'etUnder' lierru
lurades Costa RMen.
Ki'-OST0%, Jumaica. Anil ]I .-Ad
vi'es i'ef'-iveM hiwt r' birding th" i,- ig

bia~n ts.- il 4.ir'h !-i-ran-thit rTi- #x

Amt-ine'&n Jurt atid w-Tit a-!ik-c"' ii-.t
David. a t-m-n -.itu a Iv.rd'-c-Limil -t-:
elainiocl by P i th .-oia H' *: t awl jA-


7-he' -x.P1 it-i nr-.ii-d hiad. r l(r' tiP~:
Hervi a IbI I ,lT. ".u !-P 2tI ll., i
thas i--. l *uta] i. ,1 nt.4 1 IDri'. t. itIX


Th.-UItin *I1 .uit tu ru Ptii '- h- 'pi
~i~hte 'i'-. -. ~ rn'h--arr. q*d t-i(e'
ii-'(itip-in t-w 1il;!.8t Irn :, Ot. NIT .ia~
ki'llW A AI 7. 1-.
Killed"1tv\ I ruici t ar

tr .i.'k\: Ai.:. .ti L I Il' Ia *'It


R (2P0It.A B \V'~ .*.44-
at, n- 1 Th-C 1 Ar- .LTl- r

N~ci~. A' 1% 'A: -- L. PI:I-A !.'r


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*,ar. 'T'ie'?'- i- ''ml mle 4ai 'I
deafn.'-c-!. amnd t!;i-L i- bhy (Pi!I-:tim-
tiomial rvine'd It-. I t-a fit.-- T (it ai~i-d
by" all immlatii.'d vmiI(iti'.T '1iofii., !,III-


rig. amid w'ie'-n it i- 0em1irt-lu'i I -
I~efn=-'=tit,. -e'- lut duumtl.-,.-
the infiatmmati-stie tau blo ~taken iout
aud this tidoe rt~oid o its I'!ii mal
condition. lif-ar-itg will be dtde'troy(-el
forever: fiiine cas'-P out of t,-iti rp
caused by catarrii, which i isotl.imxg
but all latlatisd eoiidititi 4)fthle
mucoutm rurfarer..
We will give O0mw Hundrod Dollars
for any e'a- of D~eafn~ess caused by
catarria tOat (eatmot luthe-cure-a 1)3
Hall'sCatairrh Cur*. '.eu i fo~r cir-
cola"s; fret--.
IF. J. C('HI. % FN. '&- Co.. TI'ld o. 0
tRold by' Drmagists, 75c.
Hall I l. Fnily Pill" tart- the be!-t.


llules f.- [Len:.
All the faithful who have com-
pleted thi.r twenty-first yeal anu
who have not begun their sixtieth
year, and who are not exempted fr ,in
the obligation of fasting by -icknPs.,
hard work **r other w. II known re-m-
tons, a.reobliged to f -t ,on all tlhe
delay of L.-ent. -c#-pt tunti.t1.yv.
On those day- but on- fuil rn*al i-s
-allowed, which -ihounlI :. t I)e taken
before 1noon..
Cuttolm :tlLow. a Pt:p ,f c,,oT.-,. tea
or thin chocolate. lanId a '-ill il pi-ce
of bread or a 'rack,-r. too ieP taken in
the mlrniiirn and il the 4-venini,. a
collation, not -excte-ediTng the fout th
part of ran ordinaryry mne-.i. i aall.we-d.
At this c',,i tion. tirutt-r. ( :-e-e.
milk,eg'- a4nd all kirn.i- of fruit.
flsh and vei-rtabl-- are allowed.
When tht- lprinmip.dl Inpl-: ( anil'
witmltmlt t!ravp i;:'iiiv'1iii-11i('c t hei.
take12 at tiision. it I- i r diil-- l!,, too
take the (c llation in the!. mll irniit
and the dilelr inm the -vetiing
Abstinence Ir ia enjoined on all tht: \e-(Idn -day-
lnad Friday- if l[,'tit and on thi- s.:t-
turday of Emntrr Wee-k and ot: Holy
Saturday.
lThe u- of lard i- ;tl'iw-J in eok-


Fish and fl--h are not allowed at
The samw iweal. '.v.-tl oit Nmnday-.
Eg.. cheese, nilk and butter may
be used every day. but .tbs-tino-enc-
from all ff theee 1. recoinmmende-d ion
*'ood F-iday.
Permses eKemptid from Thte obli-
*ation of fs tit:L a-e not bound b:.'
t" re-trit'tion of u-intg nit-it but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat is p e-imtted by di-pen-
,ation.
Childie'i ov-r ovin yv-ars of ail.'
are bound by the law of abstinence.
saless excused by aickne-s or other
The paschal time,. in which all
Catholics who have colIme to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy comtmuniona worthily. ex-
tend. from the flr.t Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren over <*even years of aye are
bound by tilhe- pre-ept of annual con-
feec.orin. Pol-toir- atld pare-nt- 'lhoinldl
wse that the children comply with
thi- Juty.
The holy -e.ist of Le,-nt is "i time
of praiv'-r. i.lf ,-rrow foi -Ill. ot -etlu-
ujon from tihe world anl1 it.; anu-inn .-
meats. antd if e-ie-roius almhi-.iviiig
Bly a .-p-ci;al i'lfni t ,r-t.tt-d to the
bishops of the 'United St:ites for ten
vyesar. datinfr friomn Mar h .1). I",i.'
working peop.lev. who, c'antit ea-il
tds.erve the ceolnion law of thl-
church. ar- di-pen-ed from the- oi-
ligation ,It ;:b-i'iii"mne e eil id vay f
tlhe y''ar *-x-' Ipt Il' |:c', A-li
W'dne-da;y. Holy \VWe-k anil Chrisit-
tina-& Ev-. T'i i- i|t-pfws tini il,.-
lot Xt frt.,in t!)e :p llit!t:lti l )!
li-.ationl of fa-tt.i'. whirte -tur 'h t x-
iSt-. Li',r doet it 'tit:horiz7. thl, U-; of
fi-ti a idO -tie-1 .:t t'it- *. ll, nli^ Ial. It
.,ilude-. tlwi.ver. nie't itilv th, itiii-d
vidul.:l wokti li-tn ll \vti- favor it; i
gr'anite'd. but all tihe t)-mln-r- ,of t!!hir
fai-l; li- t- w ,.ll I i r, till i it I- ex-
I--ct0 d t',,i tnlo 1 w ti.l :;(v 1il tl-tilt-
-*iv'e- I tt i- It lit lt i ill 1-;,i-.tvor tio
'nt-r nut" t,-0 -piti t of l!* hio \ -s#a
S0inOt ..* ut I voluiit fav : t ot ,if lleor-
tiflcaMt ll. li ia an -ail a lnd nit-.iviit. A
ItIoi t ir':.t tle-uwo tly nCi-tolli i- t'att of
ab'taltiliti duriti: Letnt f uiti -tinIh-
Sint. inl honor ,! t!:- ?.u-. d !!nr't< t
our Oivine Savior.
Thoe whe crnterai;, antiv re:oi I-
tole doubt a(i.'ut t ,i ir ,'lln.ilionl to
fact or abt-tain. ought to apply teq.
their pastor or contfessor for advice
EI.WA Hit P. AI.I.:N.
Blishoip of Mobi e.
Mooile, Ala Feouiary l;. l tio.
A beautiful assortment of r,, and
71 cents spri,.n shirts at W'hite'-.


Memorial Day Orator.
ATHZss, Ga., April 11.-The Athens
chapter of the Daughters of the Confed-
eracy held a meeting and appointed a
committee to make all necessary ar-
rangements for memorial day exercises
Hon. Seaborn Wright of Rome will de.
liver the memorial aldress this year in
Athens. The Athens chapter will con.
fur nearly 2O) crosses of honor upon old
veterans on memorial day
Fire In Onalha..
O\.Am i. April I1 .-The tranIp.t'tion
building on th.- Trans-Missis-ippi expo-
.:ition gro.un(d-i wa- destroyed by fire to-
day. All their r .trui-tur.s have been
turn do,wu by the wre-cking ,'Piipany,
but this, the lhtrwst structure had lteien
pre. ervedl to heus- the workmniin who
havy- b,',n eniplovt-d liv tlht wr,-.k.rs. It
is' n t kin.,wn hliw the tfir. -tartEd
( onait national .Aimictelndmnt l'iiht.
R M.F.II,, Apnil lr.-Sx..akinii ,f trh,
er :l'-til 'i'tu ill;tl i'IlIniii 'Ii t ti l'. W altrtr
II. N .'.a !i:ilr''i in t .he stan:', ,e 'rl ii

a t;; i'i. I I i *' i.a.'I lV '** th r.iv
t .. i tl t ;ll t li ir \i ii
| .,Tt ,i ;.::,. i ;i r i) i lt-n ,t' tti,
h. al., :l ii '1. ;i~ :t!I I fI:: irr i

<|ii. -o. ti' i~l i' \ \'" '1 *.l :1 ih Au u-
\4,*tii ,j' N 'i 1 :" 1 .\t i r v I ) t l i,. ir 1i, :taliu
. -r:ir"-i ; : anr tile' gt l t', l: 1T- u:1' i,, ,ti t the 1ire .-
t lllt'il f It i ligll 4 s1.
a.'. \'a '\\ ;.e I', L.. 'i!rii i 1.-Th o .
cha.innIe. ,,t th S'. .IJ,;: s nv -r fr,,iu

d pt' h o I tf 1 *l iuwn : th, pILt-r y,.ar aind
it'i gt, rn -Tt ihul- lt tlh (irtig**,
Cap- F. ar ito ,-n itu p. D)uvAl "*-unt\y
ha-. Isp<-ut tc,,0;0 ,n imlnproving tho lar-
lxr aud ehta,.l ha l andil the g'vermtent
ap)rpropriati ins lihaiv li,'n -i madquate.
N, h r;,'- t ,.au Innor- can cro- th S t.
Johns bar at lprtse..nt.


Subcribh t-o T : N :\vws oily lDi
cents per we-k.

Hanan S'hoiE.. the late-t Spring
style-,. at \\'h:te'-.
('all Ifr Stale.s t'(c;tention.
Call for a "'tale leem-crtatic eonnv-ttio i to
he he-d at Jacksoitiille, Fila.'i'Tueda. June-
lI,. ItI* ;
The democratic party of the stato of Flor-
ida will hold a -tat ,onvte I i Inn at .lack.'fn
ville on T'Ueidvy. June 1i, at 12, noon, for the
following purposes:
To choose delegate. to rep e.ent the state
in the national dnemocrail ic'onve'nion., to
be held at Kar.n .s 'ity. Mo.. Jniv 4. I450: to
nomluate- candiate-s for the offleo of jov-
erior, one1 Ju.t:"e of thle Supreme C'ourt.
a Plecretary o0 State. Attirney-(woneral.
(oumptroller. Tr*easurer. Superiiite de-nt of
Public lnst ruction. Commntiil-oner of Agrt-
,ulture.a Railroid C 'OmlLsione-r for t'le
term of four yar. foutnr Presid-intlal El.ct-
or% and four alternaet.., to be voted for at
the lxt regular "Ia*:e election., and to
tranbact uch othir 'huJ.ii. is as may come
be'for' the COIlVrlntlUon.
The different c-tintips in the tate will
s,.'nd delegate to the' f>il'iwinig ba-.i Of r'-ipr-sw'I:itiviL: ine dol-
eg te f *r each one hbindrded votes ca.'t f- r
ti- (iit' iditC on thi.' sttt" eIicket w ho r--
eiVedl th he L 4-'t liiitilt) r of vt)tet a t th
ienerfrl election of 1',;. anid one adoitional
vote for the- frittcin i i e-xc'e-- thet-roif.
ilhell it atnount to rifty ,er more. The'
i.' qtil t Ci h h -t!a. e l I -il d iloial r.-p-
r' -fti atlon u.h-io tl C .' 4 'l. ft lhi':p' -t.-i
at til- *'I**'I ,ia f 1l]' in H Vy <"*'.;lity for
,',i' ofut'i '-: e h c 'Ilitl" uw.ile'r ti i- r I
li In- ';t'tli'd tou :*'prr'-*' tialont ..i I'-
lPo, >


Hiradt.'t d
it "art

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DL !-.Ctii
I' nt Illt-iii
ti-d totn ri~
14ltl I II to'Ir

lack -i -t

Lee-


Behind the Tlse=.
"This," the lecturer said, throwing
another picture upon the screen, "is a
view of the public highway leading to
the great pyramids of Egypt."
"The 'public highway!'" commented
an auditor in disgust. "The pynuniils
are in the desert. He'll be telling us
next that they have railroads in the
Holy Land andl that one can ride in a
car to tf:, top of Mount Vesuvius."-
Chicago Tribunite.


KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

(LfANSES THE SYSTEMM
_, -EFFECTUALLY,



OVERCOMES

HABITUAL CONST PATON
PERMANENTLY
% brfff10
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5VT THP
t V. ,0 ru-.t'-co M'r M ?40I
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Vow rDeves' c ;tile Con vpwvittir
R4 'V(.d. 'Hint ft tlv. io (of tile D en -
'Per~tic pa.Ii V 4-f i'~et In III IC4)Ufittlmj I I uI"t
11'.;'t Rt f'4)%p,'Aeltoal 12j ('c1(K;( 16ilnolil It')-
i ItLhdaytiy f Ap,-1l. NI'.U br Iihe pi, posie f
'"i-ct iiig rooel "o'2) p-r-'zin to) rvprt-eeilt
E-wainluist e('i t pt atthe DIii-t riet I' ,v.n-f
,1i11In t1,IUirIIIkL a caiididairli'fr C n ro-'s
and for t h" u rp.'se of feetit ~in CIWo-..- I1 -
Per~wn8 to repre--ent IFseauiihis citii r'y iht
ih, Si tar" ('onven ttoiniiti'suuchi til e and
1) nfeeta.filmay be 1 '. "by 0'h. f'l. nil-&0., o-
grors%iti('flI ......cei't- .min s~dI~ti'r
I h-"-,r os of sekectinx a Coun Exc u-
t.ve C IIki. ttODL4-e '&--, .unti _vip bucct,-
-or, halrl II #- -iected it. 1WIU.
The prec'net jart- and .tin, i to--eiiflt-ieto
( be- foll~owiti1. r 'pretenitatzumi at said Cou.-

N o. 2. K u p Ir Ia I'!1
No. 3. M iliview 1.
X o. 5, H tr-
No. 7, Pin- Ha rreti
No. '.Crslitiree
No. A nrletr-a .'s~~
No. IW"tlijit 11Hil
No. ,Pn 'ite.sI n'4
N .1 t4I)Me v I ft


N o :.". in.iatoii
C. B.. P-IfK1Imm.
D N3M I fi. ity. huji Jin fl.


tiutil She Asked Him..
"Iwom'ulit b) aytl~iiti,!fur you:" lie



m-indled.
ShowvI he r' ise'frc:i l ii X There
are ~'T: ~ i' '..a f.1 :for-
heiza .-l.olw 'i I k.".". )

MEil iti'AT 14-11,E1' 'sTHE.I. WOULt
a: nf, rZi e- It i- imttJ,'from a;
a -'.-ial OZ IJ i- o-tin-t~v -ythe

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1 e fn IL"atnd /11most.Nstill-
i-liline of ruo (Ulad niat-
tin (.'; eret' exv 'ihile' in Peli -
.vq Cola. a t 1111,;vton 'S
Finch's big fin iture otse
At C7. V 'l.iio'iu
C' mie'" di- Nt-Papir. AlAl
Kl IveIop'- toIn a tch
Cambridge Linien arnd Enivelopes.
H urd's Pa rchm e nt.
Invitation Paper aud Envloptes-.
Livien Tablet, z.
Frosted Veluni and Euvelopes;.
Englikh Note; -atin Wovp; Tissu,
Paper; Deiini-on's Cr(epe. Etc.. with
a geuerai assortment of -Atationiery.
C. V. THompsoN.
No. 30o South Palafox Street.

WAITED.-
WIntsd to bey all kiods of Scun
lInd hrultors, Usrchaullc, Ac.
Idnrm 111 142.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OmYTJKS.

Frnits, Candies, Vegetable,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices.
Lor. Tarragona and Zarragossa -t..


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Fuel Gas


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I he c'o~unuci j- v i'-1.-vt their do; etate.' in
a ny tit ant! r Uhlh II oAv h-1..-- oi'Pei ed b- I
hiv the pt-''p artoingtOir u:,i the party ()1-
~Ai~az-t 4pu iit, r,,-4m /ii.-,I by I tie Iam- -t m.tte
convenIltio. AlI I-i dj,oeral tire ]itiLedto
pvtrt i~npFt.- inIn !I -i-ct Ou (if del@cmater'
hereto miticLuid nL. C .1' Ao wo hlve hocoin.
q taintflted Ito % otte"i lice I*, I ii-'t elecetloll.
The~chailrmian anod ..er,'topr'v cot each coun-
1v c'.vwtit ion h.ini for tit- purpon-e- of elect-
I ig d~'euzatoeit to the %taste conive-atinn are-
re-quested t-o -"11.1 to Hon. W. A Rawls..
elaitirlilali. Taiiatis-o..eeVail- a writtenflor
printede*opy iof htepro~eedt-iniii of suIch
v-ouInty C)Fisf t Ii-t. t* .v#-Chp-rr ttli b alIistcf
I he nflttri..f)"0!(hti- v("iii LIVexec(ut ive contimi t-
it-o. .InL'Ahieii -i~mldtoohemduisnat,'d the
chairintitn ar4 ae,:tary of TuIi 'ornirnittee.
~.A. IRAWLS,
J1. C. Cotni'goc. Chairtmana.

CONGKFSSIONAti CONVENTION
P(t the Fir~t ("tngreetaional flitpirict
cllt for a de-mocratic convontlnni of the
first Coligrot.!'ional i s-rie'L if the %tate of
I'Aori In. tit be- beId at Taila11baavitee. Florida.
Wod nesday. May 3m'th. A. 111. slte.
The d-mocratic party of the tl r%t congre-.
ioawl di'.LieId Ef t 114 Ctet of Floirida. will
hold a cout:gr'--imal con~venft ionr at Tal li-
haa',ee onl Wedniesday, Mlay 11th. at 1-!
(-*clouck no-i. (. or the purl) me of ile~minat~ini
&a andidsitte for ("'IL ite-'.'.fr'in -aid idi..t r c
tit the ta!t -%. vent)th ci o~uf the- t'v lied
States. t. Ii-vot.-.!for Pit the i" laX C 'd'.ct o:,.
fnI tt rvl i Cfuii-.et u,'h et h.-r bu..ns uo 11-4. i ila'
pe4 II. hef-i rc -9 d t.Oihiat~iln
Tite d tT.'r~zit c ulat .es t it the disit'cit will
ItOlowiri ii bt-l- f lerelp-sco Latbion ; Ine-del -
egal, 1,, i ei'owli I i tte I- cast for Ithe (ar d:-
tnstile ldore.'Ire- in %'.itl 'i-i~LrICalt tf:o eet',-
ftilamlI ilial 4'.pt 'for ttlie fraitcliolltita ee.--
I~~~~~a ni-cn~ihte sh")lo lhiilil't-davilditiontil
-i. .ea.''the vote. for ('((10
g'e'-iiti t -i *n- I at I h-el~ec~tionof
flIiS rule ikill be ,kit!:to rr'lor-"cintatioz
(oilhioFa Ltrmul

It( l k. u til I. -PPr-L!

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%A ait ,:tlit 'It I'l
lIti"e Co 'Utit %%tIl .I 'tI!it ;I'-,.t'. I

Y ti~dto pil Jp... t I:-".',-lo
!..%"I 'l '. g tbo e )311% or
I I/t iW-p 34C- 1,
t -.'0*of ~d"p1- 1..p!e11 4'( 4 .1
Vetdto poola:' r IW-t.'1 o ". ci C. '4.0
dI"9' dcu' t'y.. .; Ari* t1'Ial-'-e
,I%+ 11-coi ll j~~ 1~ i1 b Vteg i'i VL
I tit t*!~itW k .rui .It ..nd sti 'I'. iv f 'U iJ .
t e11 % -.iollhed It t-I rt i 'b f -v!- c
,,,I.: ut 4iegat A4I, ; rir.


WE HAVE THE ONE YrN WANT!
Whoth,'r you want aL hbi one,
ka -mill one. n e\pf-Ive' ,r f, 'el'-"p o'i..
We have a r,' at v.ri-tvy for .- orl' rent lTh
hbet iof them are luxurouti. '1 hlie cheape-t

I)WF.I,ING4 I-'O1 ltl-.NT.
No. d. w, findt- Itrf, room-l (.
4 tory I. '".,.I
No. 1hA1 Kte lith '.si '. t.. roomi.. mi East
Hi1ll 1.; i 0
No. :111 % k'.t Ialzua !t raft. 4 roonit, iI
ftory ) .-1.II)
No. inll We.t Holmont '*tr. -t. 7 rooms.
41 Itorv i .. 5.00
No. -- East ohu'ch -tre.'t, s rooms. i1
-tory) near P-'ivuil-e (jut e ..'1
No. 49* EKat basee st re-t, 4 ruoomns,
*tory1 1:2 50
No.912'Wp-t Helmont -ttre.'t.Srootis.i. l
story 11
No. IIll W'IC ('wrviiint-'. %tret, 7 rooms.
(2 story)
Cor. Roun airl L.aKuti stree,, io roonta.
'I storv i I) pI
No. 2:lsou'h .Spi inig stre.t. F room .I!
stor- ) .... .')
No. :).3 North bI IVi@llntrs trrt..1 rooms
I ti ,rv" ) ........ l o. i
No. :xI K.. Intendt.ciTa treet, room..in
I lor' I i
No. 7 Nolirt iorjnCll -l rt-t. .5 romiL-,
'orner (4attd-ln g11 I V1 ill).-, I r,.-n, ..
I -'0' ei
p i 1 ito 7.1(1
steverail you. al It th, i/ l .,,i, r ,; W.'ll.,I n-
%uring -tr 1'.\e- ,i,.


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REAL ESTATT..
Rental and Insurance
AGENr '.
N I. 1 Soith Palatfx trcep:.
P N.I..'. F.l". \


DRINK [I N BEEK!


Endorsed by ;-il P',.-ili,,'- *l< til-
omily B,-er a ,-'.lutI-a. a e i ;i .idul-
teratioi.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Aeent,


I :E CI3CIQ-
AND) MO-A' PPULI: IiNDS OF1


jDz-BEE RS, ETC..-

IN WVooD Nl) EA..I~ 1.-1X
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ALLIGAOR


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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


SSOLE lGNSl FOR


YELL *W'A'l'oNYE X1-T K~'.i-;-,Y.
DAIRY MAID)WHI'-KY.
ATA NTA B"%' Hltwe,%iVl Ntf em'.t1A N N


A. M. AVERY,
easerwoAm 9 er y # w^*-l '
(MPORTEB AND JOBBEB OF

Hlardcware,
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mil and Steamboat Suppiles, Cookirj
and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
Agate a.td Tinware and Houseftrnishing Goodx
Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.


AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Reve.-r Olan.
Stitched Belting. Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftit., & RaP,
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron R ang nd Buck- *-t,-..
and Ranges, Ww. Coupe AOo.'s Raw Hide L.*e Lesther, Maoury's Rsady
Kade i~tir1l4d Colorv.


Masonic Temple,


V. C. BPRI..N .


W HK. H kN4uW1.IEA.


(ah or.


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. U. BRENT.


Alphabet! -aO u- a jc Zhi
p ---it aZ*


A wlt an ANCIENT wlh u-ed
to burn wood.


B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I
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K

L

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Q

R

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ia for BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
war the (COAL that he after-
wards bought.
ik the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i- the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
wai, his FOLLY in not using
gas.
i- the GAS George used in his

ii the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
is the INDIAN; he doesn't
use GAS.
cannot uqe it, for J's the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel. ,
i- the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.
i- the MONEY, saved by a
Ga; Range.
is for NOW. thet bevt time for
a chanize.
i-t tho OIF'ER trie C',n1,pany
i a makes.
i- the iPROFIT. d ni.'t mn.ke a
Inistak,-.


4'^yWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Br:taj: -.
Germany, France. AuAsria, Italy. Holland, Mp.'nn, Belgium. .u .
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European oountriew.
glWVessels Diabursed upon the Most Faworable Terms. and t. r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Ie-,
after Vessel Arrives snere.
WSafoety Deposit Boze for Remt in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Renters.





McMillan Bros. Co.


!"Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.




Celebrated McMillan Seamless TupenStine Still,

906M a MOWLaEt, L A.m b i
MOBILEL, ALA.


i. for QI TION:" no THE ORIGINAL -
ti'nti ath THE ORIGINALal


i- tii. .AN(;|' yv,,u s ilim hi
btuy tler," Fail.
i, thel- SAVING y,.i ::..:k, if
y'u l<. b
i- th- TI.ME :,!il TIl l];ILE
-itv-.L, to0".
i- ": N I'NI)N of Comfort
;a I.1 t:. iI:.
i= VEXATIO)N. L iw cut it
adrift.
i- \\' I.I 1 i, >vii, in

; a'- i :i .- I) 'i..r- t, buy a
tL i- isnh-'.'.
i- f r Y'i ', '; a-- -..i rv-ry a;

yi Sr EA1. u;I Y )u


aaEANGES $13. Undct Free,

Panmoonh fCv 1"'n


PENSAC'OLA. I UU1L U(LU3 VV',
TrY It- Nl ~ T~l~i~is O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST..


STv. WLO


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDA Sole Wholesaler.

ALSO 11314$. BRAIlI Sl IE3. iSPORTE9 1AN DDOI
Paa I Jones and ECo Springs IClcbratid | iisi.
TRY i BOfIIT OF CELERY TOIlC.
PHONI 154. : : : : P O. BOX :.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICIT)
Free Deliv*ry to Any ~art of thb. City.
WIlAll order left at "The Offlce, Vtdal & SmItth,w wi t' ~:'' 7
attiondsd .o


Penstacola, Fla.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


C URES WEAK MEN FREE.

SA C.ve Fat.-' r", d N d A dd T an Doyle'sY
:re r.,:->t ;ve. I Send Neme and Address To-day---You Can


Easter Monday


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Have It Free and be Strong and

Vigorous for Life.


INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME.


AhRMlORYY HLALN AMtE'S


Chipley Light Infantry.


The Chipley's Intend to Make this BHll the Bijget Sacc- of any
they have heretofore given and will spare no ,vxpelnse to that end.

Admission, Gentlemen 50c Ladies Free.


"THE OLD RETTYTARTW,."


I- l. lMuller,

Choice Family G aroceries,3



Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


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-:- PENSACOLA. -:- P.


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SO METHING NEW

-"EVERY DAY
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wti*i .laitYve.-tent;i vAI-.kk ..]*I~I).etoofuij
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j2 illyv -t-iae tl !j. fro C'r- m t ., ipt %' ~h (till d '
jell- -o thu t aicV lenn in :." 'a ily cu rm thi -

ft...,, h i- cd aei% r1 M .1 ',, A w th at 1,114 t h if k

,Ianvk, f~or vtour- )f rv',rviit dat--. 1 have
I n- loenvu .I hias4 Wen vi Ierturerdinary. It has


I.L 'r ;- ia- N%. "11 a U y .V li!at IL;: 2:o
it r s I Sr .' i i I 11:( 1 iw -r d i I,. a
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top trwticle in 1 .01. !u- ;)eflthi e' r4 r' pt at
di~rvvite'd and c-al truthfully 'say it j-, a beei;
',- .i- k imen. I wit g'v-*4 tly itupro,% ed
izo~. "tre<'iith illdvid %'ecr.-
A ll e''rr iere pee nie.Ie ici.- I.- !n clly C I ~ ~
tin[. ineiti.od m p:ait 'ea~i'led -u%--iuple.. Tili
rI'ciript I(, fr--- 'f-r vlie askiniz a:;.! he wa ii:1)e
t-very rmatn to have it.


J'o yttar~ant ine Ag:ain%4 ( j~laqreP. E R'.D C 'A 0 0IV C OIatAT I ME.
A t- it\. -0,1A pril TW If-l th o fI i iu ide I ;uo' '* 1.841 n i k I M ar-
l" I jij u v il S e -11,0e1 4 f L -iise 1 1im i' lilt(]i '' *

r1 'rv i i e T e ii t r i l tre f C h inf' t
in x c': tu i 1, Iw l mains fr mcn ('alif or n ~ ..e ..6 ,,tr miW:4 t hl A t 'i i'
f a ~ qe e~a I t'1 t.he L 1e U l'e ii(' pla g U'iie if th q u 'xi'i4*;. W ,-i8: .o'. e i t--ie::ier
I I .n '-I :I I*, m nni i t, l 1 t,) e nter Oth e of timi it'l!.1"11, c -p- Sti in ~ l.
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Irt-init 1.!I n l v to ew e-d her so mli--r
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I i i j; c 1 2 c e el IW I '' l '. r e n c t ot'n
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:7'-r.:i. a'or :t large nuci
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tt m jthe 1 1 -f Ieail fiegr e 111I1110't ill th e-
\vti I l. d. JTAke 1,.o W~itt~ V. A .'


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Ser- n.,r &( e -igntevs. of ,the Bun
.A ( :11 1*iro-* .t iI Ib,, nftpon -
sCible for du lot- uoatraCtei bv
lie r.- w ut 'a id %. s -I.
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!' ~ ~ 1 ~ .l 1 t i ll a tt e 'r t h e u K r 4 '. .C a j a '
2 I' ', 'le tt o f S t -ek e t .'n1ii et
~~ N 1EMI1 r: the captain. own-
I-'- rnnr c i.ig of theo Brit
-c aiivndcen will be re~po"-
vA~m%%CO~mz.A. a s ;10--fUr deblt@ c.ontrocted by
Um'gt6 ....iai VU InAM* s V tl~e cr'ow of said 1~~-. uA'(D.


N%- ter,-t'ale u f.. .-l. lo-etriiod tint lit& was in
jail. Aeinijtalieil li bya 11miniter 'Miss
t,'ani: ein m r'., eain'.d t., tliC Je sinm e w h ere
-he in, t ii,-:- 1..ve-; and(It le-. marriage ('tre-
t~opnC ivAI-erzic utel.
The bride reqjuired tl t a heetel. while,
thek g re c ilt ie-tu ru t2'l to h ij.% c ell1 to CIII)-

4c: AL $S 400%qt .A6.








If y o u irr le i l n C t t l..-1fl. te ll
hill)ttoeze th'-!i.

:1~~~ eOI.eb' diAlpinie ~.tat
fityC, Ijt- Cac''. 3t N%7!. ze


COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.v 0

Harr .1/('11 tried Sicans,
Downilow-.'It isthewhite.vt
alm'sicecte-st rm Me dincri-
01 /1 M ft 1,4114. I'll, ba /- (F
h(I ri 2, /)O- I I ;101 a 71 ( I I
PeIll S-11c, /vIl 'drstfle (Ifid

Try Iblidom-'s Giner
.1(,'e: hi-.,,l 11aters
on. thi, wark, f. ctitial to MI-
#hNl'Ir-'i lf'*o('d":. (Iwl 0117Y
1. 10 r (by -_ v /I.
Try ow Fresif ly Brwisfe(I



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FREN(m wm PR!ZE
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Paris: 22 Rue Drouot.
Rew Ycrk E. Fouge-z & C,.. 26 %. r" IA I


502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
1ra1a3p3nLc>3tx4o 34393.

EV'Patrons, New and 01d, are Cordially Invited to Viit and Inspect
their lininecsfe Stock.


TIME TART.R.

LOUISVXLLE AND NANHVILLE JRj4TT-1%,OAD-
IN EFFECrJANUARY

No. 2. No. 1. No. 3.
12:4fo noon 11:24) p in Lenve Penf;scola ..... Arrtve 4:15 p tit 7):(N) a in
1--, p In 12:50 night Arrive .-Fiontaton Arrive 2:4--) p in 2:35 a in
4: 1:.1 p I it 3:05 a in Arrive .. .... 151obile ..Arrive 1'2:.ro4 noon 12:20 night
-:x) p lu 1 7.40ft fill Arjive-New 4 irlemns ..Arrive 7:.% a in 7:45 p m
e,:(Iu p In 6: 10 a in Arrive-Montgoomery. Arrive I 1:21u a in 9-.30 p in
f;:Nl a In 7:10 p m Arrive .... Nashville Arrive 2:21 a tit V;W a in
1-1.23 noon 2:;W a ni Arrive --- Louisvillt ..... Arrive 10:121 p m a tit
4:46 1) tit .:416 a in Arrive .. -Cirf-Innati Leave 6:4.5 P ill 11:110 p in

jsx;,.rwzz;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 21. No. 3. i N, 0. *2. X0.22.
11:5.5 night :Lw) a in .................. Penspotas 1) 111 #',:30 V 1.1
1*2:5*4 night 7:38 a tit Mi-ton L) Tit p Ill
4:(3 a tit i io:Lpflo a in 10tj-'uni:tk Spr.rigs -:6c; to Ill 44, p ill
#:(11 Iff, KI 10:34 a tit 4 h1pley 1) Ill 12:57 p tit
7:101 a ni 11: 15 A ill if o"ll
12.tk5 noon II-ver June"I )n p A
......... 1: 13 p in IFL11.ahs!-ve Ill
....... 7:*2.-) p in ....... Jack,,m ville a III


Ti: 011111L ID-ITUK


DDelmonico gotel and Restaurtant


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CHICHESTER'* ENGLISH
THE
YR YAL PILLS
F,"N 0 Mal 71m tiny C"Jes sm superior
4Al
CHlflH*-ZrFMVS k;LL1111 te Balum &*of ikCo*b%
:1 Kru &4 1 Gold SL*Wlsc b"lee -ea
iThbl-,eribhon Takessoolber. Keru-c 0--bels? and bjwUma
twits.
or u-t 4e.- neyc in48hm=tbe@
= :dWi. ma wi
&&W, by re- thoat
Sw 1',y
,,LEVY POU
ventl'a this a. Me&&@" gqswu PHILA.. le.-k.


Apo CURE YOURSELF!
44AP
dioc K.-t r.: I !I
il-ritzti-t.- ur L; :n.
a" to 11trusm" of ut u u
Coe*%CIO a: 7
Rnt or Ik-1--L
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Sold by DrumbbI&
nr socit in Plain


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3aid about 50) pairs of
long leirged, xt ort legged,
slim, fat, pusily, bow
legged, straight leirged
all sortP of legged gar-
ments., as they got out of
the boxes and up outts
our clothing tablete.
600 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many. but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollar.-4 a pair,
(V()()d cassimi-re pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassimere
ra n t Some are two.
threu and fmir dollar..a a
pair. .4vs)d worted vants


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bity pants fot'ir adver-


lisin6 purposes-fi) sound

cheap. 11ehuyloodpants,

pants that are made of

good goods, pan ts provided


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wUith. all the


Comforts


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home; fr~ont p~ockets, ivatch


pokes


(to watfch your


I money pock~ets


nilh ts i


crs otr cif she is half ofse


S.


BROOK, PRIVATE wro,,,-i HARLDIN Soun -sIASH.
VERY FINE; P'RIEDNIA N'S CF 1.1-'.BRAI ED OLD Pit' VATE
sroCK, 12 YEARS 01,I); OLD SILK VFIXET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERl,*I,:(-1"11-)N OF Pumn', AND
IMT,14 OF (),mmz BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT Ill-,'101IT
TO '%IF:N'1'1()N.

I)W'*rhe Lar-pst and BH-t St-11--eted St,)ck of B-pttlo Whi-k.v and
Win-s fill. Family Use.

THE JUG TRADE IS OURIMAM SPECIALTY.
for thf- V;iyums P.th-t Milwaukf-p. B#,r. Fr,,,. Df-liv-
ery to every Part of the


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t W 111189

Solid as a rock. plain ior fancy pat-

t#ru- for S2---,O that will keep ati able

bodied man bav uight-; and day-i to,

wear them out in ;i %.-. r. and for

-3.(,o, t,,,w futicy cn-iir.erv

pant-z. Lipp.-I -, :ir.d creased


P. O. I;,,x 1!s,


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Fm flonr4l'14
a! the Dpliwinieo.


I ain't. Itut Will
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24~ East Uoverntrin: Si~reet.


HALL &c KLEIN9S


FVUEDA', ,Prop


High-Grade


Liquors.


ALL OMERS SERVED ON SH03T NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

Vooms for Rent by the Day, Meek or ]Wonth I

31.1, 312 Korth Tarragoma Stre3t, Opposito Unim Dopot.
0-Teiephone 68.---0
----*;-GEO. WILSON & CO.9.4.-.-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Patnlliz, wir parltr%, it
MUM VERIAB118 R101,1111 UILY. WHOM Ali R11TAIL.


Pensacola. Florida.


m m a


JOHN XcDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AND BIMKERACE
CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.
Loans Plaeed at Reasonable Rates.


Cos


The B!t Devi Town Clitkier,I


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a THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


PERT PERSONALS.
KiVUin wi'l lhare to add a verse to
*@,hb&.,, lie has bcgxiu to advertise.
es 'Avenst 7r. B~e."NWYork. World.
Depew awn (te4ate may be jokers."
said the jui;tur tiL;uP-oIiier. -'but it's
lucky f4-r tixui that th4.y do't buthoe to
ira thuor liviu at j-Ae wrvitia."---Chicago

Still. if Mr. Ilarrne..n should become
president a*:i.tr. ~urui;;Lt Ly shvelling
gingr into jur f *reig':i polic-y manage ti)
(NAIE'Ct that fyi.: f:'ax VeLrVue'zua.-KunaaC4
City Jiexzrr...i.
Old *Ia aA ro.'- n.f.),-n~t:1 y- the Iben of
the taer..' n 11., ~t"'sn*-u athe
to bai *- .. 1,..! !,a'w a 't ..iat a .
1141 h. .4 l' .*.: a a .dut lu i ua i
('.hicaJ;-1.-.'-~.'i .1:, :4 a 4Lil,LiAj.


ANIMAL ODDITIES.


lifor-- : '. --, '.,-. l:v- to t- ,
apge f : -' f.;: '' fi

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Vor Over I-'try Wears
.4 ll. ^ W ISP tA >W tS `" 4 TH I C r '\* btwn u inotbero. I> '-..-itr .:xlu lr-:, wbhil" t--t "'' *
with p rfe- ''t '.c s" IIt ,oo le.- the- ,
sefttns tt- g Xum,-.Illa%,%ali I in.,curn e ,u
colic. and .e th- t-t r-'TTi dy I',r i *anrr. '
It will relieve tha poor litt!. niT, :'-r .',-
mediately. ,od by lpru~t5is;s ,i ..A \-
part of tbT world. Twenaty-flve c-:i- a b,.-
tie. Besure and aik for **Mrs. % i-., -A
*athIkatilyrup." and take no oti-r e:.i':
4n %4-4-- ^cl" l irese i -"1 .
T h.-. .! I !.. .-:.: ; ':..
th e iii, i. -' .. '.. i .. ., ', .
o f % i l ', ,,- 'i I X\ ;I ," t i'. '
when Iti.. e-..-ri r -.. :.
*"lkoctor. #;,' It!,e .0 ':." .i. ':v,
m arks al-., th ,i l--l, s-,.: < e ,.v t i .,# t
we may o-stalis!. somr:e s .-t of ilenti-
fication ?"
"Only in a general way." he replied.
*The decased was a suburbanite."
"How do you ascertain that?"
"The left arm Is about an inch lon-
ger than the right That comes from
the habit of carrying bundles."--Cbica-
go Tribune.
Am rfutetumate Error.
T e prisoner is accused of killing a
deer In the cloed (season. It has been
proved that he killed the deer.
Now be takes the stand In his own
defense.
"I mistook the deer for a man." he
protests.
Some tbh!:ik he is swearing falsely in
order to avoid punishment, but it is
Impossible to controvert his testimony.
-Detroit Journal.

Rev. John Reid. Jr.. of Great Falls.
Mont.. recoin'nended Ey's C'ream
Balm to tile. I can eml&tiasize hi.s
statement. "It ia a po-stive cure for
catarrh if i.- 1 i-" directed."-R#-v.
Francis W. Pole. Pa-tor ('e-nra!
Pre-. Church. IHeleina. Mont.
After using Ely's Creamn Halsn six
weeks I helie-v-e myself cured of ca-
tarrh. Je,-.vt .a' -wart, (ran:d Ave.,
Buffalo. N. Y.
The Ital:n d,s not irri'"te. r 'ru-'-
sneezillhi. "-,J ity dru..zi-t- at .so
et*. or ma!il,-d tiy Ely I.broth.:-, -.t;
WVarr-u n St N, w rk.
('leaning: iei, -kirt- ilid w.iai-'-
i one-' f ., i ial'ki. r-. -tar L.tuni-
.ry.

Our Ili-- i, 1- t cl.,tn .-nI arnd
!Loys, froit; .. I ., f'ioot-WV hi' e -..

tbr th c.mas Li l ton
Was, anid i '.i' tl Irl-t .iin and
a genuire :' "; t-nll-n. tlut fhi I-I al-o
a celebrat-J 11 1 tnufacturer of choice
gastronaieliit' i daitie-*. anid a nott-d
connotl-st r aid ini)'tort-r of fine tea-s,
that h v t.*.-comni fe filnou through-
out the civiliz.-d world. Jacoby, the
well-know i gr.'-ver, ha'- jni-t receive-d
a lare eti- i.:z ipi-i. "f mir Thoriia.''
celebrated te-a-. aid cordially in-
vitho thl- iov'-r- ,of 'o,,d tt-a to visit
Htis plane NanId li-p,*-t' ald IteSt th'rm..
He has al.,i )i-t receive-d full line.
of reinne-i '- e-lebtrated Cakeos. (;ia-
ham 'Cracke-r-. Cthes-e Bicuit. Oat-
meal rtvkaker-, .to.: I)odsuoii-Braun
Manufarturtnz C',i fa'nous Je-lJiea.
Jams. Pickle-. -*:c ; National Bis-
cuit Co',t (Ch'he-s, Straws. C('racker
Meal, .tc : K-nnedy-' Bi-cuits andti
Water-: Wuraen Iticuit Manufac-
tory's Vantill Wafers <(German :
Ang'r's ti'-runan Golden Seal EgK
Nudeln": Ar,'adia l'P(ckitpg C,,s'.
l'.vap,-rat, <1 A '1'' 5. Pe-ache*- ind oth-
er fruit .A -tnall iot oI tiho-e flue < .-
Iv if | ei-', lit b:ottle i- "till in stock.
Ttihe *"'lt:l.- i- till on igh lt tI tin r.at.' of a mile a minute.
14, fill ceti-.t'letly In('rea.,'i iuk orders
for fine C',tffT'-. 'l'h,-e who have
not receitliv i-ilted Jacoby'- should
not fail to io 'aid inspect hi- enir
miou tt Ki of everythiilin in the
'ahup*e eef eiatale- artid I.),d product-
dia;'layetd il prifu-iion in -v'ery d*--
partimie-nt of t:he- e-t.lali-lnm-ent.
Noly l' 1.,l: Siilt- fi yoniug nri n
ut White '-.

liana.,-- tl othe ( 'he- i:r,,.te-t danre-r from La


(;rl ioioila. If re.t,-onable c.*re- i- ti-ed.
how.ev r. anilo ('i c.ibeilain' ( 'e**,u
Ibeinedy t.tk'n. all danizr will lie
av'ilde-d. .Anmiii tlie t-.- of tilout-
ands-who |,;v- i!ve -ed thli- r-mnedy for
la grippe. %w,, i;:ti- yoet to learn of a
-.igl-e a-e I i n %11i i -ulted in pneu-
Iuonia. v itiich htiow-i 'or that thi- ti. it, td i ai et.mii prt-ven-
tive of t iat dicermii- di-.'-.t-. It
will cure la it i'pp in le- illin thanr
any oth-r tre-.trent. It i- pleasant
anil -.ffe to take-. For -.!e by lH:ii -
int" lat ,- i. -it. : 1 di ':ie-l dealer .
J. I. St,-p! -ii- ia- -i larze asstrt-
i-i.ht of S..lid Ste-rling Silver anli
Roger's Knltv-". Forks and Sp-ot)

Get a new HaWt 'f-om o;'r spl didi
stock of -,,.w -t~ t- : ;':icts low at
White'-.


MARITIME.
AiRRI'4'D AT QT-ARANTINuK.
Nor iseIDeramnore, 147). .Jvbftnsen. Cast ree,
St Lucia. to Pensacimia Lumbewr io
It hk Prospero mop9. Meghutri, Havana. to;

A RRIVXD.
Nor .%q Athial'tt. 4-q. .CNew Or-
it-ano, to 17.-r:.L'J~t Lutil,'er CU

Nor Ilk lra''.Laro-u. i(K'd,
It hk Iii'I ait.t.rn-ta ,i'fr~i
Am -c:l kij.rt-..ce raic.La,..kia


4,- t. F;V a 4"Ai Maa's. b1,V t'r aac,!a
1.Limxber ico. ,,iz. 1:2 ,1-. 11 iuxxitht.'r !,r C8n..
4'O Cfj.t t la..t P5,347 -ft ilivxC-r f-.r .4ak:1Pr.,i.
.1&: j 1I: UMt.-r for Aer- areVIU'..l 'itt 7A
Nair-Orta. B~ Irunx. by Biar- Inin-
,A 14v A Co. fortSu iiderium.it Ia, ad 1 ard! T, witLh

:..,*a'Sa 4 '.a~a x tI 4,'ac C "l(a 4 Iie.Tt $,, I k4 (


tor I Ar.:!I frrn-.: I i

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N a'A jr...:.. hi.-"- to VVn Kes r
Mr CapenJ.r. arI-. Withur. to W 8 K--yser &
Hfr I .r:.ru,s,-'40 t ik.tao WtSKea'ger
&k I -)
hr I- : ..I~ B3. ribrrid--. ta. W S Key--
%I ae
Nia r0*i:a. B ir--u. to BaAr"., I aunwaody
& k -)
kir 1. 2III4zIJ .e. In W a t)Gulf Tran-
"itt 10
Pr ,tabrauan. 1:-4:, uli4. t &ulf Tranixt
CO


MiloM Gi wn Away.
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
a Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, have given away over
ten million trial bottles of this irreat
medicine; and have the satisfac-
tion of knowing' it has absolutely
cured thousands of hopeless ca=es. I
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarsene. ss
and all diseases of the Throat, Chest
and Lungs are surely cured by it.
Call on W. A. D'Alembette, Drug-
ztists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 5)c. and $1. Every
bottle guarante-,d. or price refunded.

FINE POUL.TRY.
At C. Corner'a Pe,'ultry Vard.
I ami now ready to sell eggs f,.r ~et-
ting from the folllowin g br-,-ds of
rhickten-: Dark Brahnmas, Partridgre
Coc, it, I.i;Liht Brahuna-', Wl i:e
C icthil-, Plyin t-iti Roicks, Browti
I.elihorn'. Wyvndat:-. My fowls are
froin thle very beI-t s-.rins to be
fullin and I invite' th-- I ublic to c:ill
a',d -.-.e i:) y ,.iltrv y; i- -.lt ut 71'
fji. i.xwl- on \ha' d. UttiniLe- of I:
tr.:s f,>r *1l.5'i. Lio iE (' .i.i. N .
7a tf Mitiag'r.

WIhat you pay for C('!othini ik not
h:if -o i;n:p,)rtant as what youu get.
\V'hit :'.-..
F'il'fy Pllarti lReward.
Th-o-e parties rruilty of breaikiniv
;iito sei,.,l l uihnilint- N >os. 410 and
To artid utilatidl:ug sa iare lit rei'v
notified that the- reward of $5 otfered
for the arr,'st and conviction i anlly
one f,,r breaking into a school build-
in.. ,:" s ich l, building out-hi.u-e,
-Still 'old., -o d.


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superiI)te-izde I. t.


NOTICE TO CONI IRACTORI4.
Resolved, by the members of the
Laborer's Protective unionn No.
4'.04, of Pensacola, in regular meet-
.. .. .. .. .. .


aALKs. inig ciat tre foiiowing announce-
It Ange.a ALecame. ,--t. Bar-tto, w L. Wit- ment be made lor the benefit of the
ticaii & Co public:
Nor Btrosaa, E ivensen, to H II Boyor On and after the 10th day of May
Nor c(.neordai. ao,. ailvor,4 n, to order
Port ECintal Elver'. ir Gonc.hes, to the scale of wages shall be as fol-
I;ars, leunwxlvdi a 'o lows:
Nor lndia. *r7. Jeu.aes to Gulf Naval Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
Stores Co
It Luigia F. t9. Caras-a. cid for Algiers Common labor. $1 50 per day.
Nor Louise. l,).5,L)rentsL-n. to Pen!acola ElDWARD C. WILLIAMS,
Lumtr oa- Secretar.
KusL ouis. Co
Nor Merzsapre. 1175. Johnson, to Baars,
ltuaixody a& ('
Nor Nora. 1" Mikke!seM, to Pensacola
Lumber Co
Ru. Osumo, 7:0'..lohanssen. to Penbacola
Lumber ti o
it teoiuv.wra. iDVO9. Baz7o, cld for Genoa Brittles surpass all other makes-
Nor- igrud.5sv. t1iuan.Lto't-teronm.I)vwn- peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
:fl & Co
Nor .Solafido. s3. Peteren. to order nut.
Atu V-dlauJai, 77, Ecit-r, to E. L Saun-
der- j How can we afford to sell such
P.i1o-. high Erade Clothing at such close
Gor F:!y. 17- Mtas,. c.,i for Cape Coa.st prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
C.*-t' t pie; ours is a modern store, con-
RC H, ON -. structed strictly on progressive
Am Hjilma r. -. A5.-Bnon. to niat- er plans. Our Clothing is sold on the
I#r J uiia ;lizaie-tu. ,n sweetiug., to nIa.- smallest margin of profit, depending
te r on a large volume of business. The
r ab-I lning, i. Iobert, ciud fr more Clothing we sell the greater
br I'olon:,ce.42. Fost-r. to order our purchasing power, the lower
our prices; that's the story in a nut
'JP. CLEARKKAD A 1Ji BALiKDfOR PEN- shell. White s.


!SAC(ILA.
GKANNNIPS.
Va'1 rI~ fTiivv..ranm;J, Br. l'Hu -Inll March I*-
Ntordp'al. 1;,. -1 1 (reeurk-k Motrv~i 2A
i-oth.-rti--.'a. r. 11431. Cox4. ('ardiff Miarch 12
tilth. Na0I,r-f'4,. At New ('a~tte March 15~
I :e-Sx :.: Br. Luke. St Vinceat
MoArct,'.:%
'4Iaa'Ult r..; a:a. Antworp March 2


An..la iehiaflin. It. a!d MJaar-ille .Ian 210
A.nta.q',Nor. 1, 7. -Id ALtwerp t1cC i4
.Aia. i'tw-d, '.., at Tni'iO Bity "v V-) 12'
AIfr,1,o. It.,%"-' .,1 '.-uiOa Feb 17
rino>.u. It. I-' '7. .Id ('ad.z March .1
Rolival. Nor. i- l kid M(ae% March -t'
Bertrand. Nor. .I. 1'Id n.-,-r March I"
Hiincbelt'h ti. I: l. iI d I rl ith ient, .Ian .:;a
('lix-ftal, o. R ', iWI.:. at Itar>-lona. Fel> .)
Eritrro. It. id lunlIn i." *?*4
rri'z iGustav. Run-. d Iruncorn March 7
Fiduaci. It. -.7i, at A \'M lxcia March 1.1
Fablo. it. t, 0 1 aples Mept 1". ashore
Nov n11#ear Port Rovil
Ue:ulla I., It, 1171 ihl Marlieills March 214
ivas-tano t'nalt on,. It. ll1.' aid Genoa
March iW
K-nteg.-rn. Nor, 7.4. sld il uckstaitt Mlarch 7
Johan Ire.ns. Nor.-idC hritianqaxtd Nov 10
Johanne. Nor., ald TonDt)urig Iec to
lacaruna. It. 7'< M3arla Margarethl;i. tMwt'd. aid Cap r'own
March h*'
Micb@-I* It. !d 44@nno March -x24
Marcl'ia. It. iId liHtalburg. Nov i
Melu-ine, Ru-i. i a). d btiiruneni Feb *2
Monte A. It.7'*t. *ld Marefillei, March :3
'ron.ne-r. O.-r. 11M. at London Marchb 11
Proi,-,or J',hason. Nor, ItS. sid Bristol
OIn)ro. It. VI,. aOd Rotterdam March 23
i'leta, It,w.N. ilhl 3liar'iillies March 1!.
eachtelie. P, It. a?*., sAd Marsoillsa Feb e7
Ribt. IPan. 4x' ate HhahiaJan '".
8 lt ad, Nor. 41.'. sid London March 21|
Valuta. Nor. iid Lritch M)ch 10
Virginua. It, lsid Madeira, Feb-h


Beautiful assortment of Silk Neck-
wear. just received, at White's.
Working Night ard Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Pill-. Every pill is
a -uvar-coated globule of health, that
changes weakness into strength, list-
le-.ness into e nerzy. brain-fag into
mental powe-r. They're wonderful
in building up the health. Only 25c
per box. Sold by W. A. D'Alem
twrte-.
Nobby Boys' Knee Pants, with
Double Breated Vests, at White's.
Fo'r Fly Time.
Mr--r-. J. E. Ross & Co.. No.11 N.
lPalafox !-treet. have perfected ar-
rangenie'nts flor the manufacture of
the l)*--t window screen ever placed
upon t!,i- market., hey claim for
it the following desirable features:
It clani be leinoved and stored
away at it.,e -i.d .of the fly season
without tile u-e of tools: the blind
and -s:-h of t!.e wind,,w can beeasily
handled trotn the inside without in-
t'rftretnceor trouble from the screen ;
it is simple in construction, and the
prices i- -.o hlI as to be within the
reach of all. (.all and examine it.
and leave yoi: ,.rdoir t'r iiiy ziuniber
from oi.:- to o' .. hundred.
ROSI S & C<.'S
WINDOW SCREENS.
Our .rice- a:re ;a>)solutely the low-
eat; t!:h -e w!.,i think the contrary
have .-ither a' t f:tirly tried us. or
they h;avt.e mea sred our price-- by
.:hoe charged for Clothing of doubt-
ful ,quality. WhLte's.
Douglas S',-ccs at White's.


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SEaster Bargains






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*RRCIET STORE.


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We Pride Ourselves on Hlaving the Grandest a::d Moat
: Exqui-ite Selection in


* Spring and Summer Dress Fabrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

iGreatest 'Choice or the Mo-:t C( le):at,.- MA.ttnufutur.:


Lhadies' Shirt (laists;:
Al.-o :t (Grtat Vai;icty vf

Ladies' Skirs and Tailor-Made i

JI .-'T IIEC'EIVED.


Millinery Department.
As I-ual We Le'ul in Stvle- anl Pri-.o... Our M7.
Hughes, the Hrail \I1l inner. well sustitain her
Reputation :,- :it I 'p-to-Date Arti-t. We are
Crowdedf. (live yur Orders Early for
YOUR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
* We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Wome
and Children are More than Convinced that the
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes at th
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'
-) STORE......

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

S,=Boys' and Children's Suits-
At Rediculously Low Prices.

MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
IWE ARE INVINCIBLES IN LOW PRICES.

1 We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show Win
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of Clerks t
r Wait on You!
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

S GCohen, Friedman & Ca'S
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptiy.


MILLINERY NEWS.
Mrs. L Cohen is Offering as Special
I leaders for This Week.


4 Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage.
only 20 cents.
3-'pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
only 20 cents.


In My Pattern Hat Weparmnient
You will find rome extra e'ood val-
ues. We are making room in tills
department for the arrival of our
new Easter novelties.
In My Trimmed Hat Department
You can buy a nice trimmed Chic
Hat for $1.25. .1 50aid $1.75, in Leg-
horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
Go. to Mrs. L. Cohen's.


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W. B. WRIGHT COfDPANY,

MANUI'iACT I'IERS ANDr 1>E.AI.ERS IN

LUMBER, LATHS,

SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES--Klii-Driei Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SALE!


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Easter Sale!


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SPED14LPqOTICES.


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NJATIEDAllkinds of empty .
V Wh'Skyb.Utleg S. A. FUR1DMAN

TYANZTD.-.ol beer bottle$ at Vaunbo,


P-. M.ARAH BEiRNF-anuf,t,,
11and dealer in Haixr 4eood. list. r,
Artc les, iair al tc W. v .

k; UIUA -r ION A :.
M1l4SKLI?41 CH1PLp:jy Pritnary a,
and kitideritarten i-ifnow o(,;-'
its fifth trni In the rosIidonlie at !r.- c
nor of Pialaox and Jaeks,.n .tr.-t.. .-
tranco on JacksoD. Tormat 42.01, per mor.I.j
.Jlt

if icornerx'leaeumnd (evli, *1Ca. t.
pares. for collegte or hu-onpsa. J. JH. MA
del. .priane'xpal .N :.b t torn, b-1:1ii '.4


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S p".'al de.'.gnes ordserod f-or CtL-",
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Motto: Ab-)!utto l'i: r.
That feel in- -of e f[I a


OPERA HOUSE:

ONE NIGHT CNLY!
Monday, April 16th.

"lit Your Iny's Worth I"
The Best Show of the S- -
THE WORLD FAM

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

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents' t


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25 Dozn Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Ladies' Steevel-s Vest,. :',-incfh Solid and Whit-. Duck.
briggan 'ndershirtsat25centseach; Lisle Thread. our price 25c each or -4ur ,rrr e....................... I,.
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. i Yard-WideV -a I-laid C,,tt,)n
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Fr,,ont at............................ c
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price )c. each: Yard-Wide Fit! :v-iiule t;lai-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. d :i;de by L. i-da Co(.,
:30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fany and White Silk while it la-ts................. 7: c
briggan or Fancy Undershirt,. nice Pleated Bosom shirt-. ourpricel$ t:; v Pie-- Latet (',tlwo at...... le
quality, at 46 cents each; Drawers to all i-es. Il-.Ca- l.rlbati (; nghamn,
inatch. W e carry the l:ire t lin f M n rrantd ..... .......... .
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt- in the City
Balbriggan Undershirts at 50 cent-; at the Lowe-t Prices. .i-t re-..ived a full line of Skirt,
Drawers to match. 36-inch Sprin; PI'rc:ile-, .,nr and Shuit Wait -: '.ur p ices are th.-
1(M) Dozen Ladies' Sleevelecs Vests price .......................... I-I lowest.
at o0d price, 1; for 25 cents, or 45c 3 ;-inchl Very Sheelr White L'wni, Para-i- ;i ni I n: a', .- ;at .',. ,.'.
dozen ; embroidered neck. I our prit-.......................... S' c $1.omaanid *1 .5.
175 Dozen Ladies' Mi-s5s' and 27-iich ( 'hck Nainsook, our Lanie,- Jrr;'l,-' .*' P:r-,il-. in
Children-' Sleeveless Vest~. with price ......................... late-t t-ade- at .1.7. id '2.1'.
Tat e Neck. 3 for 25c or 9'c dozn. 3:I-inch NtW lhte an.l .11olorteil All tlh- lat-t y;, I-. di-' and
25 Doz-n Ltdie4' Sleev-le-, YVeet-,' Pique. our p; ic................ ..... lc Childr n'Stt-.w 11t- .1al d Sailors;
with silk Tape Neck, 2 for 25c or l.11 irch White Cordued PijuL., our also -Ai roll. N w .S;4.;: MMatting-
$1.35 dozen. rice ... ................. .. ...... 1 at 12 ,. 15 and ;c. e-r 3 ar!.


Remember the Place,


-(- 105 S. Palafox Street,


o(rreatet olor lj -,how ei n i ir'

BL7TCK. PATTI
-AND--
30-Ebony Ecstasies 3C
In a lRtpertoire of (Con
Dairkey Fun. ("ikwxlk-
Dances arrd .* .*t .1 ;
n '*. '. lan at a -


Tuesday, April 17

A JOYOUS EASTER HAPPEN '


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Presentiu; the Liv.',.v

'Finnigan's Ball
Introducing tbh lf.ro-tt. B--' -
and l h. -al tri. i*,m ..
-n in this Famoi, Comrdy

28--People,- Al Li ly- "

splendidd pe ialtie Exhllara '. *
iori.L of Pretty ilrie, All .w 1- &:


YDOTR FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 12. 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 59.


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


PUERTO RICAN BILL


IS PASSED BY HOUSE

-7 Vote on Measure Taken

at 5 O'Clock.


F.rRTY LINES ARE DRAWN

I. .uhllOtea \% ha .! l n et II-
r, E n to i.i.-,, \ ..- 1 c l ..'.! -t

.t -O thfer M atti.:- < ,,-;,l,'r,-,l.


W(PUrH AF iICA.N WARI.
lliwr.. Continue Their Attack
Elasiolp-lasgre.


L~\ 'N.April 12.-Thte II-cra r'---

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ti-a. "a' .. liii'buit rt!)- Hrit:-h

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''.I24cit -fth.' remdina of
i *I'z'a~o f NMr Dah -111. th--
to.l'll euti i. Hadoptifn wasa
ru' n'.. was ad-opt-d. 1.1,4 u)
:-III:2th#e jiw'ie.age of the bull.
;.i'.e_-' riiite, -'.ir debAte on tach
'e21111V1,
nI i"' ,u thei*a Isum .rroulted
,..-.at.-in stui-itly party line.
0 I- .;etn.m I if a fow Repubiaami4
!n,.t he Whipped jlt4) hue.
'he Fwtiltte e'ciiioneid a rew~lu-
Ru! qpte ci calling on the prei-
.I11ilfilite "late whether any
r. -(to-c l.-'I extecute(d by garrote
ih nfl' thet" ltif-tedSW40At
-. .22 I.'* 'ii 1.aind if 01 why thid
e. ''.e'i~tlDWa.- eITUPleel'.
.1u1II- .u relatitig tA) the Quay
At -21hif..-,. -the ,sliuiatt'and Mr.
I f ichiginnrca'.... i iaddreax
.Mr. AiPl'N4in oflwa a'-
%I-. BRurr INi ,to vielel to hitm
A11".Ie"Pr'.eat 1 eI leill
-H_ COMPTROLLER'S REPLY.
IIIx.-.. -r' % *%mie' Inqiiir em lrItexuigriing
t i. mrre-uli-Hill .



hir v4 f s-CIO 5 193,

it%- 6. ''r'beten pe'ruittoed
Ii'tv as-i-atail t r.'aurer
2 1 tat.'% lawful Tiri."llieyll
I .e ..r-Il"ie of di'eppsit.
','.ttheY wxx crauth',o
2 ii- ;~et 1,1 t"Vcii lawful

'. It#li' it ief Mtram- 14,
1.'.I:- ,-nTiTvllV('*eV bill, ropeal..
:,1 41 If tilt' ro-viN., tattut..*li
-i''iethen' bank.swill here
r -t.'1t i* o (I fn' il oieuuntitxucg*th
pai-t i ef the-ir lawful re-

i "1- :t'-.it 114.,NW)t5mbolff theie
n,-w in .sets.ta~nding which 0.0
*:-: v byv the- Lanks in the prim.
-' If!e' e'ast with ithext-ex~pton
Av . ox t.-in 'intile anid alqso audi-
hipir r91wcrrm am Unite'd State
....I f eiquoieit.
P-;;t I"I this rulw'al of *Ction 6
r .* -aploe.'ramv 'in ei-ircnjatken
t. i'r against which the
Ax IoeiDiP.2%utd.-
IIII 11,1011,to COLLAPE3SS
1an hiaI~UfMenl -Seemcrl Were
killed.
P.e.. April 12.-Thr-re walitPi
_-at te here at 9:I-k) tpolock
-,-unlfl and it iia feared that
AV' w#.'re lost. The large
Wrarehoute. of Arrnstron.-
y.x white lead w.)rk.;. ud-
*,pedand catine to the
::a cra~lh, buryinit all the
*- N.e-l 'a-ve'r still D. C.
-l,-nmzifor thetitirumi. were
*i.t.Frotr ponr~oioo are

ti.to.: hey :it#- terrn-
11 11a' aydie. ( tilio
I ti.*. -tiee-t mitd htirio-d.


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4p 1;.e listorI>
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r a 1 C'C a: .-r -c ;l ie M :1-4--
v II!sr. twt1,11
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c .11i,. |..i.. va I tl:l'.e
S\'. 2 : ;lli'-:-' 1 1:. W it2
: H! h--. Ihey -1',til
S : Tar be,,r, it I-
1 A. 1. AI ile)mbert,.
S -':-;e-l Clothing It-
S1 re-pect to made-to-
Se -e :;e new Spriug
t-'* .. t .f _


\V \-:i; \i. i IN. -April 12 i're-i-
dii. 2 1 I .st,.-v wiil pr.,ba:iiy mn.k,-
I 't. l, 1.-. '- All, n the fii?.t g; ve. rni r
"f P'rto wic.. H{e i n.cw ; -- -7tint
---r-tary ,.f t fo navy. The' r-*,.ilPlE
wi;I -ilZ t:j. bill to-day.

Tliree State ('l il'venleons.
POWIL-A\iN. Or-., April 12.-The
republican, democratic and populist
.state convetiiilni are in se-zsion here
to-day. Indications point to three
separate ticket., which will probably
assume a republican victory.

Bryan Speaks.
PHeNii x, Ariz.. April 12.-Williami
J. Bryan arrived here this morning.
A banquet will be held in his honor
to-night, at which he will make an
address. He i.- hoarse from his trip.
but look- well. Anti-expansion hat-
beeu the chi-f teOpic.

enuthern Railway Extenmion.
NEW YORK. April 12.-The Mouth-
err Railway is reporteJ to have ac-
quired the Louisville and St. Loui-,
air line and Moron routes, giving it
entry into St. Loui- and Chicago.
T'Liw will minik- it one (of the rate-
making powers in these citi* s.

Meeting oft T"ra'e Press A.ociation
BRENHAMI. T*x., April 12--The
annual irt-etinam of the Texa.i Pre-s
As--ociation oie-i-d here to-day and
will continue until the 14th. News-
paper men from all part? of the .-tale
are present. After the meitina n;
excursion will ,-l had tou .ilve-tout
and Beaumont.

Itelulil NEW YOiRK. April 12.-The repub-
liCaIn t; tate Oi',iVeI iti,,n 0('lt-n d i:i the
iraud Central Palace to-day. 'Ithe
inew HiW IFour." coisli-;tintlg lt Sel):l-
tor Piltt. Seiiit'rt Depew. ,vernor
tl.., -.1vclt and ('hairiint ()d r-ll. will
t>a- as-lc('ted .a delegates at larupt to


.., SEVERE SNOWSTORM


IN TH -E- SOU-THWEST


Crold W ave Is Following In

the flhiZzard'S Wake.

FALL OF 15 TO 30 DECREES

iIea' Ra it.. :1.-t. am'. Pr'--,a tIi t Man3
4 1 t % 1 -.t.".i I *eI o B t' t iati-11za w itot
*..I, h4mI 1 !0 :1 -t -I 14l n I c.-r~itkry

Ut 4 -. ikE 22 1. rI L -a' i


BRITISH SUSTAIN


SEVERE REVERSES

Six Hund:ed Are Killed aind

Wounded Near Brandfort.

THE BATTLE AT WEPENER

Heavy .n;, i;-einent Fought Ther,.
D)et i l'.ii btnintl e- I i'l-" 1 >in-
btirl L -.ad .-nith .1o ii' t 'nt tl.r
irifti.h I i li.-.lb{rt-,' I;*., ,t.
L,, A, ;'ril 1.- Th...--v. ; ln'h ti.;,!'
of l'.: .\ a in .., h A. ri i- \v l.
Bnri'ilh di-. .r. B : th .' -


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A!~)i' 1 thw, in'.;-unt4 1-h-,. h,riui n-
t4 P-r-!'aC.C 214 .)Vt.4.e .ida:I'eg
-i-rdina- t,, tli. z t'-l t-i weath
a;i i'iriiu tji the 'liut- i~a otiut~flUationf
-f crit(luutiburst'. that -ztu-;Ad the
An't iii, 'Tox., dmixa:.'r, amil wolleii
tiuutry !'4rvzvn'.sare, ra'jirted'l ire ctiall
c)v.- rtht- we*,; i. erh1minor vashorits
lxatvvw~irrd but -,o far thk- railrolimi
ziae511itvx..'ixet'cl -t~l N'r. ~str tuble.
Wowii~er bureau officialIsa*y th" fri)-.t
lin-3 will *'xteaid tonight at far south as
tI U:IIU river at lvea-t.

IndIAn 1'.rriltory Thr-.,tened.


DrN-M ).uIN, Tex., April 11.-High wa-
ter is reported at all poilx! in the RPdA
river territory. The Red riv,'r has risen-
li feet within the pa-.t 24 hours TheI
Wichita is on a big b,))):i and an evier-
flow is thr-atvniml.
Advice-. from Texarkana yqv that the
'Red river has risen b fe,.t and i. ilcreefls-
ing I inches an hour. The rise comes
from the upper tributaries and will be
aumnnented by the heavy water sports
of the past 24 hours in this s'wti. n. The
Sulphur river and Little river are also
booming, the latter being forced out of
its banks.
Reports this morning state that all the
river-, of the Texas fl,)( district are fall-
ing but the Red river and it is rising and
a flood is feared ill the Indian T,-rritory
and northern Texas. Reports to the
railroad and ttklegrph heaulquarters at
Dadlas state that the conditions of south-
mrn and *onthwe'*tern Texas is very bad.
It will require14) to 15 days' time and
,xpendituri 'if Large -umns of money to
:u.tke- permanent repairs.

WELLS FOUGHT AT FUNERAL.
Attack., (lid Main With ler-r lButtle
l'lien Assaiulti. Prea-hler.
M \'SVI rI.. Ga April 11.-At Leath-
erwxiod chur-h. in Banks county Rev.


the national conv-n'io;i whice L'-,iiuu,! Nortin. a Baptist minister, was
um-'ets in Phiil d.lphia June 19th. ndiiiactii; a funeral service before, a
Iem 'cralic Pr .es Assiam amn im tees. large congreglition when Will Wells, a
v RAI. a in-eetiiig of the North Carolina Demn- cursing hin. The excitement stampeded
ocratic Press Aesociation opened the congregittio(n.
here to-day. Many editors of dem- Wells struck Wilker.son several blows
ocratic papers throughout the state when Wells' grandfather came upon the
are, present. TlhiiA leetitig was sc',.i. imploring the young man to de.
called at the request of Chairman s.st and bwgging for pea'o, whereupon
-mtninona, of the State Democratic Well. turned and struck the gray haired
1* executive Committee for consulta- old man on the face with a beer bottle.
tio r-garding the campaign for By this time sheentire congregation had
white supremacy in North Carolina, .conlii out. and at the door the Rev. Nor-
which is- being vigoroui-ly di-cussed. t-on called loudly for peace and quiet.
Wells. in his drunken rtn, turned upon
NoChangti mc e conventionn Plans. the minister with a stick and ran him
WAFHIINi.TO.N. April 12 -The dem- bt-k in the church.
ociatic convention will be held in For several minutes the young man
Kani-as City in spite of the burning threatened the whole crowd, but he was
of the convention hall. The expres- finally surrounded., thrown to the ground.
sionn- of diasati-faction with the disarnd and under sortot o)f eight men
Missouri town. growing out of the started to Hnmer to be placed in il.
allegations of excessive hotel rates About a mile from the church Wellsh
and other indications of an intention seized a stick and turned upon the guard,
on the part of the residents to who immediately fled. Wells then made
"squeeze" the vi-.itors on July 4, led hi, escip-.l and has !eft for parts un-


to suggestions in some quarters that
the democratic le'tders might take
advantage of the fire as an excuse
for changing the location of the con-
vention. Nothing of the kind will
he done. The democratic leader-
are sati-fied with K unas City. and
the convention will be held there.

Brr:.'*s Noelirauka Platform.
IN .'.4I't,.IS. Ind.. April 12.-
From atii -tteie;nt ni nde by leaders.
it looks as if the two wings of the
Indiaiia d'-iinocracy night go-t t''-
zteth,-r before many months. ThIe
,old d'mnocr it- .-;iy that they have- a
tip that thes platform adop'etd in Ne-
brai-sk2. which is ruppos-d to have
a -en written lbyI l;iy t. i.s intend-dl'
for applic ttion t-o thi -ituati on in
thi-t state (ailly. ;and not a1 i a niatiolln.!
l.atf,.rin. It i rorarde' a- a plat-
;.,rmn tit i- -peci.Ally d--Jigned to)
c tc.': t!e'O N t-l'1raskt voters. a.l(d llmay
,,.i: *, t!;,- p',:ttforn tla;t Bryatti
w I'iuld r-c nmiiii', 1 ntl f,'r a trittiil
t4>iV n' t ,t1 ll. It w :i- le-wro l to-d:ay
fr'I. a1 atu:lir":,lIve -'tirc-, that the
.,ii l d, nt-.-'cr:tir le-.d'-r. in ta :i st:it,.



A.in Ilieou est lie ell( l i"e I-a <;r'.I|>'.
(;Go. W. W::i:t. of South (.ir(lit:er.
.MN .. Iay-: "'- t'-tve bhai the wor-t
('.Cuich. c'l (-2ltl land zrip and hi.tve
take-t l'ts o'! trish oif Iio account but
profit to th,- vlndor. Chaiiberlain'si
('ouh-ti {t"i -iy i- t he- nily thin i that
'ha- ,ilia. y "eood whatever. I have
it-ed one ,'co cent bottleand the chills,
cold and gA Ip h ayre all left me. I
congratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicinee" For sale by Han-
nah Bros. and a I medicine dealers.


FULL STATE TICKET NAMED.
tGeurgla Popultllts Nominate J. H.
Trailer For Atm,%XTA. ApriIl 11 -Tih. r')i-2.;:nized
P,] ul.--tr IIn t !- re '! .,iVi vourt n Tues-
lai A pl.otf.'inn 'wa- ;I'l ,'raI| !;:
*v;l:0 th' i'--t, 'f '*-! av i :lni 'hI deil--
gate-s t t) ti. nititi.n' l ,iiv. it,: in. which
nlit .t- at Cilm'mniiua. \v!'t're 1 in.tru'teti to
nil'[,1rt W'hartr.ii harkzr fIr pre. iiltnt
anl Icnatiu- I) inunly fI r vilee prc-i.
dent
A full stat.- ki -t \':i- put in thr- t -.ld
fur tilth '-U in a'It.piignl t,,'ll,\w-.
T ;vrii ir-J H Travyl r
S "''r.trv4 ,f Stat-Dr1)i L L CI'ni

Att rrnv i' r :-F 11 S.iff-i1.
tit, r-. T i.-urn-r-.I. \V ;.,1 )irk
T..'.v
."'.- S. h,' C.,::.::~i,-- ,ir--W T

': .': '.. - .i :, r-- 'i T. D, kkv
i:.: S inM ...
'.if. l ilnd. saf-e fin l." -'.>rtify
vyomr--lf hy taking Hooid'- S:ir-:,r;:t-
-ilia now and be- sure of -'.,,)d ihealtl
f >r- l a,!|tl'. to) c .'+*


f;,'f0

Pi-t ic! 'o Cr-am Wafrr-somne-
th1ing new. Your deal-r s-lould have-
them.
An elegant assortment of tru-tks
and valises at White's.


piir-,t4 i n 4B411-1 al!",rt that (1-t 'l PrdD-

fer h. tir inwne ildizithe we.i'k, ib

inte".f X-Ied tii Iw)t(4y 1oinfiU'.111Vt bein
Mero t lmtefntewi tvRw.h
No C'fi. rimtBmudiAoti'tlhat 1)'if rec.'ive
we mfrir!a tt British oucsf b'rvr".
Lorth hrd brtim"wireai thuwar itii.tefill.,

Aperi 0kstsfollon.i
"To eexmy rmtihase bfsu x roo-cives
dnlRob te er~tsfewirs.dhays: U- n.ci-


maudo is now ou the~ norih bank of' he
Orange river. not far from Aliwaltiorth.
while atiother is eatackiug Wepener.
The gurrisou there is Inibliig out bravely'
and int~ii'te4t serious' liei on tho Bie~rs.
Major Springe of tht- Cape inowited,
ritles vwaskilled. No other .-asualtieA
havoc bo-pun rp. rted aM yetxt
''This troops are being mniveld up rap-
'idly'. A Parrkil of six men ctf the Sex-
#cUtb Dris.gtks'ugiiards. nude-i' iiteutenant
Wetherly, 'whi.-ii lmi N-vu ri iejuerted
mis-clim inim..ll4April 1, iia.-, rftuntie'1
safely."
Bloer Dhepatch De~lredlted1.


WORK ON THE TIFTON MILL.
.'l;.:]i( 1ry lid ; e- lurvh.a. l -'ri-nt
.Au .'-;liih llnu e.


'-".,: '. .N "C., re thv \,ut t


SOUTHERN'S TROUBLE


WITH OPERATORS


, Organizer Stillwell Talks of


th..14 ,iO2n1ix r W .? a
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L, t I I ilkt!'-.
A 1 i U *1 itit a t I h t-

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V 'A. I''. jii

A. I 'I t I F 1 m


th. ".(,:w il


KILLED BY


HIS OWN


MEN.


(catptalu'. liody Riddldt \VWith Anmeri-
caln 11llh4t.* In Phllllppilneft
SiwiitMtAN, Tex.. April 11 -tHenrvy Col-
hin- is in receipt ot a letter under (late of
C'bu. Philippine islands, Feb. 13. from
his friend He-nry Reich of this city, who
is a privat,- in the Third infantry. The
following is an exoerpt published by
permission:
"A captain in the Ninetec-uth infan-
try. on a hill over the mountains looking
for the rebels, left eight of his meu mu
the hills where they had fallen from ex-
haubtion, being overcome by bent. The
men were found dead the next day.
Their bodies had beeu literally hacked
to piei's by the Filipino Bolomen and
Lh.'ir guns and beltN stolen.
'A few days after that this salme e'ap
-ain was found dead after a ,kirnmish
tind there were 41 bullet hIles in hi..
b'oy, imntde to all appear, no '.x by An.-.r-
lean bullets."


STATEMENT


Telegraphers' Grievances.


REFERRED


TO SPENCER


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t, ir'. '% re *i -' %en !sr e u 'I '.oa1 0 .1 i h rter
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""2''* ~ .Iaii-r, lk"at !irike xx%%ill be ilet
'i f '-'! att wi 1 ll ik. ti. he S' iitherii
11., zItg ll.1 ) -te'a.1 f,:r # ver.jl u~.ptithas
r' a V(*.r. LU1? it xwill .ii*'11-Iv 'lii'.AlA u
Ill p r vIn edit t he t-Itgrap~henN OU Cfi hO



C 1%\\ 'Ill.A I 'I 11 Hvl~eixv.euta.
)I.e.ct rjh1. -Nurioual Irt-in 1".undt-r-' sa.-
-Nl-at ie i)u and of the In(( rinitF'uaJ rv)La
MejulidxrW union, u. after a 2 ulays' conu"-
oiicte lh#re', hav' le 4 #.grt-'leemonthe amubjdef
;o ai wege a6cale. The- demand sof Che
lflCii wa!. for an i Ivonee o~f 25 coas&~
dkiy on the ininiinuru vwago-4 of S2.76 ad
t.ir othktr cr fltivtIe~-ios. The outcoes
xvri'l n w d'peid cuto he acfi.n of loo"I
CLiii'% '1thnnoig~he ct lii.'.'eeflitry anid may
rvwt nut i a coinbiiiampu te, eniforce tbhe

MILLIONAIRES IN OVERALLS.
1e" f IMP.lug[lak %evoeiunt.!'Shouldeir
Solde'rin~g otm.


OF EXPORTS. ('cincon. .Apl ll.-Tw lveI mnn m


Mlereats of SIMMtat 1 4t4Notes i)cD-,'e.,-.e lu


A- the foregoing dispatch does not li),m:-thl<' Produ't-..
mention the alleged British reverse onti WA.-. !. I' i) .,I ,1 -Thu monitill
Sunday at Merketsfourein, the Boer dis-
patches are not credited at the war office i and they aret further discrtedite- on ae. pr,,luatrr, issued by the b .in'an 4f '--tis-
count iof the dis.repancies in th- dis. ti(nis.. .b ,w. extportt .k'..: Mar-h a
patches. as Merketsfontein in one u ins- *,1l,,Ii :.
sage i located near Brandfort and in an- -
other iti- 'e~ted southeat of Blternfou- Br* n' 2 flis. $;,;,''. T'). G1. l'' :',. *-
tviu, tht i. Leing 100 ,nil at'rt. 'on;):lr:-d with WMr.hi, I'-'u.', $1.t).O O;
(enerai Gtaere'sreiurn to England .,r!e and ho. N'2, 171.01.d. d.''mrnfse
is accepted as being in the nature of a i,.0).ONJ: pn>-o.i ,>.e : l.:1;:.;. d recall, though no reason is given for it r,,ea, I .ii,"',.o,: I. ir c ;:;., i. : .
and it will be associated with his lack of io-i,.r. .2 .' .'x..i' : ,i ir''i- ,,'. l !;.
success. Lord Roberts criticized his ItI:.', i'K r.a-'- i.:.' >. i -I.
management of the Stormburg attack, I): lir:', ihie' lie -Ilt;l' il' ) ,nri:.t r!.' 1i?
and pos-ibly Gatacre's having arrived '.,, .i-. fi e.ii .. ii- t ...-xIl'- t- i, f '; i .
an hour and a half troo late to rescue the r e-i. '- c,' ,ni itr-r R -ddersburg force may have decided his aii!,l'l Iii, 1:1 1il9 re. ;. \'-n :i- f'l,]!'\v-
rt'turn :,-,ii'l.tirlt'-.. il,,''C i,.l ...i'. l c,ii 11: ,'.' t
*'.ra.d Rundlle, secmini Yv,. su'-cee',l l.:. ,i l li -.' ),o i r.,
ne'ral (atautre anud a.-corditn to a dih- ,,-..>,'.. In a.'':-' .*-', o*; C* r till, 41.
tch fr mi Bloenitfontin, rile 'ciiinaul- ; 1 1 11,.1. lh ';] clil- i.4 >.0) 0.
,if several brigadvi- are about to be
_iged. MR. FR;3K WILL ViTHDRAW.
The Reuter Telegram i onpav's c.i)r- .
respondent at Aliwaluorth, wiring this- I lt-I'tIi Thd Ill ItI. \Will Itnv it the
morning, says: (4 m-'n; .hilp ;lald..
*There is no further news from We- .
pener. Too clondy to heliograph. More l'I.'I -k :,.. :w'! -- [ i-', that
British troops are arriving." l-'rn k w\- ,: .' .- f .. !i- I: >l,-
In view of the stata of unrest across ing :riti.: v -r.* ;;.)i K. ).I the
the border Lord Roberts has proclaimelICal 1,i-n ,i ', ,!11) ;-t. ,-1 ,it- ..i :1 :1-
a warning to Cape Colonists that further i t l tit a i
acts of hostility will be treated with thb :n It "' dl.v,.l that F1 K ail
utmost rigor of martial law S'(iVhwal art- nt 11 ),, ,I n- i in- ;'nil this


Hoern Bombard Indysmith.
LU'.v-,MtrrH, April 11. The Boers
opened tire Tuesday morning early, send-
ing shells into the British camp at
Elandslaagte from three positions widely
eepixrated. The shells did no diamaie.
The troops moved out to reoonnoiterand
found the Boers in strong force and well
fortified. One naval 4.7-inch gun re-
plied to the Boers, who have again
placed a Long Tom in position.
Advice from Aliwalnorth place the
Britiah loss in the fighting at Wepener
yesterday at 11 killed and 41 wounded.
Fighting was resumed raday. The
British are holding their own well.
When the Boers cou('(nenied shelling.
the British were drilling, and one pri-
vate was killed and annither wounded
bef,re the soldiers were withdrawn from
range. Then the naval brigade opened
tire anI dr>-w a hetiiv e-I.r fusillad'and
two gunners were killed. Tihe naval
men stuck to thn ir Ipoitiiin. i,,vever.,
and the Ls..rs unmasked -ix guns. in
eluding a lO(I-poundler, aind sih ls fell in
all the Brit.-h 'an .ps. Aft-,r thii-'ehi urs'
b,,mtmrdnwunt th, Brirish fir- ] wk-, --d
a::ndl il, h lib er:)r>, l ,ard :-, n i I ":1pje
on th.m ri giht wh-n Britrt-h s.h. I :., oi
the s-IC>t ,''ulpie'd iv rhteir ni i .\ i'trhe)r
(','Ir.lt!'ib Wva. -t' l in l vi ti !'\ i; 'w l tilt'
' tri --ii 1, ft :;ppair. trly w :T! i i.-ni i
ti.n *m tfl'i kiiln 'hnil. leut t.I- 11 :0:-

si:,]l- f .'e tl th 'lli t ;,r .
In the tfteri'i>.n th. .:.v. : !:''.vi
i.1iZ in lire',l a.t 1 \v xt : i,.
It i.- ruii',rel tlmit a Ix'v 'f B'.ar--, ha-
g r h,-rid -cuthwx-e- t t ,' aipairenti intrnutin of i'nrti:, trh-
B 'inti-1. llil'"- f c',lkunuint '.lti.a.
(Gen ral Cl-ary ,lr T r,,,iav',s ,pq -
r;tli :is.
< ;,-,'ir;. l Bull--r vi-I l E, FI. -a.i'l a
t< ,' t y..
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
rake Li.xative Bromo Quirnin Table-ts. All
Iruggitts refund the money if It fails tc
-are. -:. W.Grove's signature .- itn each
OX. **"C.

SEE ROS6 & CO.
ABOUT SCREENS.

Croasett's Young America '3 shoez
for young men. the best shoe in the
world for the price, at Wbite'e.


has : uil ,- iuul"1 ti war14 K, k iil.r; I 'lik
'-tl'l '.mrnlt' e t.I. a t
SeOfi-ial, 'f th 4 '.t 'ru -..: '. wpnnyk
dvy lthairt thrlien Iany rruth in h ie, re
pIrt that th cm'lipitiay will tak in the
Craimps Co(nTIe'l either in purt or in
whole.
A nmn,'r is -'arrenrt that Frick will
buy ouit the Cramps. N', foundation
can be found fr it, Fric'k refusing to
di ,'u.-s any of his prjy.t'ets.
T'o Develop Anthony 'Shoals.
WAs rIN;TON. (;a April I1 -( ; inral


Jvemll- w hii wer. -, *,;**.--. and whoe
h.ut.lb. looked anythiug but aw'u-tomed
to iiianual !; '..'r. t:laVy miar'-hed into the
M.art.ha.l l'.eld ii iinig again-'t wbhmlC
the uili tAo w!-k.
Ti.y wV 'r emulVi.I g pijAnibers whve
rag.,l .t> .'. nlrh f,. '"' we'll up into the
Ti!hiI loni. In ;I'crN r. t, fltill K Bigsutt
& I ,)'..'4 crra-tr -n t;:e bulnililimg they
volnuti.trerd last nit:lit to*stiep into the
bre'avih numde by dlip ?.triker4. and with
rtite ai of such kill w>. renutined to hm
aft,-r v'ears o p -ut iin w iIrthing growing
tnak tco(()uiints no fini.-h tue plumbiig
w,,rk iIn the 'trutiire.
:n.zoi 'liein were M. .1 Corbock.
\vh ,. ii.. lie placed' tlhe .ls l rinit iron In
lite ials, might havIe Ion pre-paring to
biN '-h, \:lhole ll'C,'k, fr he is rated a
fiHl:naire AnIl there wa.s Thomaa
C't.l 'i whioe wx-a,,lth is eh.stin-ated a
L',;o).O:M). Paul R':tli-.ki. ian1 other r of thte
\v,,r li', i ;. \ w. rth '21o0 .r9. F ruk
Fa5l. t'hairh- l trbert .nd 'x- Ald,'eria
An-,r'w \Vat.-,,n,. all credited with
'iw-iail t',rrunv.- w' r. r .fth.-r-. in the vul-
.lI irr. i4.- n,,n wtirrlln, against Cth
ut'!! t:n rr;ie' ,-.',una-il whnch they ty

lart.' in thle ,i':y it w.'V s IaUrned, thaL
E! & N OD'rit & (C w alo liai the -plumb-
LiU (Coutract f,,r the Marshall Fkied
I)ull2ling. on which the uni,,ns have
,nl!'-ol a .istrk-. ann,iiiin'd that thbwv
would not avail thvem.nelves of the o4r
of several wealthy plumbing icontrmares
to take the place of the- striking plumb-
'rs in order that the contract might b
fiui.hed in tinime, and no work was dose
by the bos&Ps
I.a Grippe- N-seve.fulrly Treated.
"I have, just recovered from the
second attack of la grippe this year.'
syl-- Mr. Ja.. A. Jonee, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia. Texan. "In the
latter case I ut.e'd chamberlainn' ,
Cough Remedy. and I think with
con-iderable succ- i-, only being lit


Manager T. K. .-ott ,of the Georgia rail- hd a little over two d<1 y-, against
r,),Ii, a mlui by.rV.rdcrv ten daya for the fornier attack. The
l, ac'ni -y M -aecond attack I am sati fled would-
and Nixon of Augusta. is here inspect- h.tvi tv" n P(qually a.s bad ai the first
ing the. Anthony shuIals. It is stated i but f,,r the use of this ruiemedy as I
that thi- (;,ergia isinte.restod in building -,iad to geo to bed in about six hour
an e-lectric line fronm here' to the shoals ite-r b-ing stuck' with it, while in
an'l tr:nsmnit the pow-r t. VWashingt1n1. ri(' fir-t v.-pe [ wasi able to ,ittsud tt
t ivil Engineer Max-v,.ll's r,'iert -Iihw' bu-in-lsl al)bout two d.av' be-forre get-
'hnt theren are. ov.-r *, ihorswie powt-r .in-g .d,".wii.'" Foer -al- by Hannan
th.r-' anid that it x :'l take 4-ph.iiotf ;t',,-. 'and" all In- icinie deal-r,.


vsi lp it A h-larter hav b'- n appl)ihil ,r
fo,r thE, ui-w hi'-.


Our Men'.s Spring (iClth,.i:, i-- n)p-
to-date in every way. Th0. .In,,.
W white label wolildn't be i:1 th -ili if
they weren't. Whit's.*.

BlISS IS THI; MAN.
('Cl.-. If. Bli-.s i l the 1ilo n wt.'o ad-
ve ti-*..- *'Pi-acol-i. }fe dmo1 it right
and de-serve- yojlr uppiirt.

WeV mak.- Clothing to order. and
represent M. l;',rn & Co.. Chlica;i-o.
the great-st merchant tailoring cntt
cern in the world ; satisfaction and
perfect fit guaranteed. White'-.
RO~< ) a ( 4). .l
FLVY greensNS .
We aim t)o I.ave all goods on -ale
th!orjugnly reliable, because there iia
-uch a tt'ing as ilmailitaining tile
.zade all lltliog ttie line, and no mat-
ter liow low an article may be
;'rice-d at thii- tore you catn reiy on
its quality at all times.. Wei keep
only what we can recommend, and
we recommend only what we know
i- tru-tworthy. When we tell you
the merits of a purchase you can
rely on the assurance. White's.


New -pring arrivals in . wear, at White's.


At a n1ar';a*M on Ela-y Terin-s.
',. l.,iim I" tr'in ituai, -d its the
''Id *%iI!iiu II'r \ ..;;a '- of A llen.
',~ lc I v- <'... l i ;l lt :~t."r- mrilS of
'-e ~, : l' '*_nt- f,,r 0-,t'' ._ p* ,-; th,
;,"'-,n l :;l'--i-iu ;l-.etre--t t,,+ vV lua-
:,,i ii af-.aiil icr',;,i rr". l'r,,c' <.,Ic to
S(I'-V, "1 ta (i t -lic 1, I i ., ir fund.
a' i gr *rr n l r '* 'y t.
XV';;-t 1"..\. -. M A *I !I-. v'tV.

r ...--. e-'" e l-l i.hrate- l a.; itcI $.I1 J" -
-" .,,0.. ,,cl WV hjt-'-.

4Ie will so.o re .,'/.',' (.
fin e /lt of / latent wn'/ow
(taWnings, IIt' tor /hem.
Marston ,- Finch.

Peve.r'3 famous l,)-cent collars, U
White's.

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


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


THE PORTR%~UllI


Statthf w !l -I,': .!,] ~l1hni v e bcna
very taailip y ........-L.1,-t 44 '1'ed

.re!Iml4.1. 'I. r" .~ -r.. A. ?- t *

4n-N . t,
4rej mt-t,.t' f-: N. tW t :1 t.o-
CI ill
linet *: tion,2.,., a .:

thI'
June In .*'2f i .. .a .if..
waioid 'Rulse i -: 2. '' 2 a

&Ld .. 'd 4l* I *

*4dimdIt. V)' .2(O. i

say-(Cet a'..1of tha t t ''i' !'r k.t f
ecoverue-m2. ir x,' 171 ;.' ason tao
Cry t 01211 Yr'i i.. n' I- .* .wL.n. M rs..
*1111t M"t-Lae- 'I- 111 I 2'l* iI. panted
"ILnenlie I a! -i *i'-wi t k*
"iioldin her hand. Cmy.,- h .i::tin't. lint
Ousbitn't t' o : ':,: f t. t ;1' Iix Witt)
her. We ,.a%% th* 1 "I the a rs. I and

wife's Ltrild wi htlv i'..-4 md tn! our-
liabed arwiI it 1:11-1 1 .'izt,'-'miz her.
)Latith'w M *r''.r 1.,,tlii h- mv.'20,his


and f2!n!Wy. :2 a .' I; a great




the I.2"!I-: iP '11t........a .. v 'il f N1.at-
ttwY l: ,:
I~e prctut, r.' yl.'ui hi I'll,- 111.It hung
in a gio .2! gal:.- a .1:.h.
(4 It
_-7. r A nd
:2.'a ..~ 1.:. 2.22:. 2.t.

aL-aI12 tei;,] .t A A2, i
j'2Ctit C1't .222 : .. .s i. -i




faced v, -.A I-, t. 2 L. 'k r' 1a'ii
E.but I Lw~1*~ M2''~'' I
ltwjoL. I W y a' I .ut,.:,tayou or
He m aika'.!1 1n, to)t thpi, TuieUI':1-1u41 Iio-e~l
at it. h n I.'1,;,..I a .' i~o i
Su g;:I I i?'. it**lie iiumtttrecd.
Oh. ;i.Mar:irZo*i And ] t12li e afit
that a'.aw t~ a:I 't'...a 3 I'lp ttl


ya a~t, .i's 4.* v-kfl the p: [;V.'* a w s o
yfln 'aug J!"1 t \01 tiij u..iA "-go
fqaore the I itlr'' J ''h.Ii .Y 1.4.1 2:l d iJ .11
1- b.'rl.;ira'1 her.
ha~t oa'.r hs. '-. : .. paa

The .y 1 rt l Il I.I. I':2 i q
Child ddl. I;a a .1 t 1, '.~i l: p.
Iaead .it, th r AtI T.11:

liartd.t 1%f.t
ber .l-nIii TI
J Ic .g:Ia I .': VaL.tI:
Shoo 19't(P-42,!.* *'a etc~;r
Snurt'i ft.1 Ili,; .w! *. .ue t A':t'
Mie 1 0,;L .-a.' ., l


ready for a blow. And shbe. indeed. lift-
ed the knife. but the blow fell uipc the
picture. upon the painted face of the
ki:in. Tupon the golden hair of Rosamond
anid the r":,-l rol.ts of Quee-n Eleanor-
sli' :aind tore then. lashed from the can-
Sv:.< 2..t tl!;. toil of months int a few short
i;:.t:is.. 1lThre wvas no ,picture left as
2 t;:: ':,'; I'f:,'in hltr ,work for critics to
i': I 1m .Jd her chiels w4r1e ag;lw.
"'.\;l.:ini -tndilu tl ; fet ii ls now.
M'::' !h,-w." heto ;aid. "ITLre is io mem-
*... ,f I', I').-t <:on my h.airt any more
t,:::~ i t- at .anves. le.t it be blotted
",':t ~,."' I,1 i, .,f ;us. and lht i'- lt;:in our
:lic ai.'w : .,.-. :."-New York News.
The ('&any Scot.
A ndi.I! (-hl Scont, i f.-rmuir ri,.!e ::p to a
t':1l ..r'. inld. t d ilatg the gat upi'ln. h,-
w l hi ii: -.-',l th r um h uani sl,-.::ttd f,,r the
\.i\',\ ,.< *:.. ih o w r.s; ii.'i:- i t,.
l.< '.i sayi n f:i t' t t' d !:ia::;ge tae
git thrIu-h yor giat ',. i"' a hi!. t'."
"A i-hilliu".'' fhnutedl t. t..;Kvl>'fr.
niakinil his appearn:i:w '.
"A sl!ii'in*'" echoia- the f:i rl'er aracs--
ti'a!;y. "No shilling d'. yc git frae i i,. I'll
awa' thainp again." Andl. wl.ebliiig his
horse fio thl' second time. lie r.de' 'ff in
the dii-(,tion he wished to go. chtlcklinig
a* the trick he had perforneid upon thet
to!likeeper.-London Tit-Bits.

HOUSEHOLD HINTS.
To prevent s'te'l from rusting place a
little bag <,f ,'quickliniie ;1\\.Ly w .thl the
bright sti-el gaoodb.
To r.iLove piun.-s of glmqao lay soft soap
over the puty whiihi tixts thin. aHnd inl
a few h Iurs they i;iay I. easily renmioveil.
WVhen bru'-liin.'. a ro.,i s. SWvf, towarrl
lhe fi;-'pl:tce ot!hierv'\ i-t' tile draft from
the c'hinri:iiy draN s the du>t in; !hat di-
r 'i.tin ;a inil s :itoters it :il'';t; tb, r,., in.
N ,t,'iiti^ ill tiho :iy ov (at of I.; Ii ,,I)-
oe'r han tbi th' !aif blha-whtd d iliia.i.sk. ;aial
it i.s 4,. ';;t v',,.,till (l i .\ 1 It. f,,r it w ill
no.t g:iow yel!',w w lIo' l.i.j a'a.y ai
quickly as the fully Ibl. !i. .1.
4 toutaoan .o ir.
Mananii. I di:i MI '. Si:: i'!le i a'i any-
lIii : il', l :i,'s y, ,u to tli;:ik l at lie
ili;t n. l.- I t lo i-( I : : -- IN s!, .1 i-. if t 'r'- w i
a illt.u ;':i .' t. t'! l! hCi.'t'.-'LBostoU
Tran.o rDn'.

No. Don't.


Fond Mottls'r (Iou i('y 'u-y brother-
In L2i%\ i -Y'awi ni2Ldit liok after I-reddy-
[.'.h '1;) *,it. S.'a'fl;.il lie ila sn't T play
with Ii1':4.i 46ia'' hi 22 1 in'to '1 t 'h!ic oo-In

and if tL;it sn ,-m' t(j 'usop titmi r:n li~tli
ri~tlridIhOa (-rI'T1i 'volt rkwlack I. Ha' lvt s
1t ,t (! t --nt -.ti '' 2 14-it him lie a



a 1"I. ta 1.22 1

on I,, a2tih-fl2..2r -Z ati


VII-ytieprtonline'.
T'T,, To pr~oma .e i. 221 m to y e y'
a .,yr'in it fi. y u
Y-111e, uf !? t"S, sig!w tl -ae i Saal'

'Te -Ott. *tvI i1I'pt'tIl(l iat. :r e

Thei tre L i l P ni'ao vt('21 li' 'mtla'"
have i:i:a a'fit ero :u yuta ll ae~iv, dt'-ide

A'.'. it.. ha! to j't ir 2W ii

k .i1 t -thrtm.h 2 t1hit' cubtouilliousa'.'

.lutr~nb. (Ircusnuiwtgneeu.
5'''. 1'. it 'iii flmn it is- b tter to
If- t'.\* 1:'ma forino' a'.I'trv
I~ na'.'-m


fln i*. CA .12 t I ck -I nIsto ".i das, i tt v.':


GfOj'tsa I~t. aD ti11% N .II I o- Iu Js.Siu. h' r !'?i l-!.I


zlp ki H O' o 11;' jjv ,.i

Itl :-4--garea-tm t.m=.'W.:.A. -m


b~ox"t. 4.a' t : rem. All di alet' -- sa I



CASTOR IA
FhkIX fu vam waysmmb


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It ia the nragm-etimrn"of thme vatltioc'.
we offer thaet cautoe-A thta j'eopl. tt
buy wiatre their interest-i are pro-
- *- A ILVI i#-a


ti Lll tI !,i I, "ita, -i ; IT I1d I , "I t : 22 12. "
T. Il, 4I v cI. 1


rich l'[~ H.will 'ati-,o thia.. *rc'-

ttd thle ht' ,i'2121-wea-t. 1; 1B. u
'u'At tIfit- ra-nma-d v vy5)tI hve 1-i-iaI'ok -
iu14 f~or. 'Jihr'Urouzla'te'Qt e I fa 'r ;8
ya -r'. (Cmr r-odidr- ar advi.;f-d to)
.rv BIfI Fr --kle hby lr
it* par iiarz.#' tattt~oz fullltr..'2t-
Sijet- A -t. Compinpa-t,- dmeet a' 'ni- with
-~ca ta'-atde. S,) ,u TI't. aI .;rIIIita-N*.I- t
A th. va m. Dt-(-,e tta vi ra'u ht-
Olld r e .''.'Intoia,! .1. -d%'a---


"MY OWN SELF A6AIN."


Mrs. Gate.* Writes to Mrs. PinakhauM
Follows Her Advice and lt Made Well.
"DRAR MRS. PINKRHAM :--For nearly
two and one-half years I have been in
feeblehealth. Aftermy little child came
itseemed I could not
get my strength
again. I have
chills and the
severest pains in
my limbs and top
of head and am
almost insensi-
ble at times. I
lso htave a pain
just to the right of
breast bone. It is
so severe at times
that I cannot lie on
myright side. Please
write me what you
i think of my case."*
SMMa. CLARA GATRs,
Johns P. 0., Miss.
April 25, 1898.
A" DRA Mas. PINKHAM: -
I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound as advised and now
send you a letter for publication. For
several years I was in such wretched
health that life was almost a burden.
I could hardly walk across the floor.
was so feeble. Several of our best
physicians attended me. but failed to
halp. I aconcludd to w rite to you for
advice. In a few days I received such
a kind. motherly letter. Ifollowedvour
instructions and am inmy 'old self'
alain. Was greatlbxna-fitedl before I
had ui-,'d one bottle. May (e iod bless
yI'ou for what you area doing for stmiffer-
ing wIiin."-- Mus. CL('A GAIATS,
Johns P1. O., il "s., Oct. 6, l n!)9.
Negro In Lolvy', Ruom..
WV.'';:,, -. Ga., April 1I.-Shortly
after rtiring la.-t nii;hit Miss Nora IAo
,'-noii, hearing a nits"- in her room,
liihz'd a lalip to inv'tstigate and dis-
,av.'r,-d a n'gro r'aiimht 4tbhind thet
dr.-.-ni cas.t-. Frightened she dropped
t.c ,uamp. :reanied and ran into the
hallway w1, re -he net her father, who
hadI lk.-en attrmftced by her crios, to whom
sne t1hld of her dis ,oery'. Her father
rl.,htd into the roin, but" the Iegr, had
jilamIl,'d throawlt he wilidow to the
g,.u'dl., a (li-tanc- of 25 tcet, anud es-
zpeli. -,


P;-'-.:TA Pl-ks-. aa.-' Tn) it2E*u2'a. April
Il.-'l' me trial 'it' Peti,', Pa.'u.m. who re-
'iiiuiv a] a-ratall DOM 'l~l 2Z a.111t,4 t thed
wi Itao ';ivwti.llm a-f trho pri,-' uer.
''2.2., !ALi .2.iI to pay a tit,,af 5 illJJi

C011%o'-11a2t11 i*:l'-aT *iyI

tieue.-caiabiw iNv. w11 mm at a.zui2.funti:
III x- 1. TLn.- jtet is l"tmif -w oi 'ai-
lialati' ',:2 a lf~ l rh" l. 'a'' )I"~ tlir-
''li.A1t-4' bv lv ti' 'l.- it22 tt'i k'jm .yatV~ia
I,,220ng 1 1g- a nA' at.' 4-:q) it) I



a]r' n-ti, *a pr oi;a Y'1."V t: -' tat'. air
I:v
a -t ~ a" a ~ ~ : :~.mktt'r711l
TI 'an- ~: '24 .01- d anal1:I.~.



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3: 13. C:. Lt .


.n-tiacto,-~d fur BIrv'an U --t r jit-' 'nit
A LITTLE KNOWN FAI'.
That thme majority oh serim;-d is
ea-es orighiwiet in diQ'irder I)t tnt'
kidnvy-. FOley'S KidLm'V Cire a'.
~naranteed. 'Tryorit to'-da a' if '.itmaitre
not feelinag- Wa-l. Xv. A. I,,laii-
lberte.

We i. ijkc' a zp--ej'il i-' S

ic-s- troim t:e-td -Irt waim I-, ~ivdl we
roe-ch -ant to)by m.-ttlvaoj~al --I
pak o- f 1t1i''. t.-t. and lyogi l 1 .%"utIl






fI: W it 41':ir 40 ;''.urV





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All a.rt'ditori. l ite -. w1 :'t- e. atul
al. a.' jw'i.'a-w!211:4 -i ~..1.?I!, ,,I0-
i --id I. mrot I- li.est o p I.' u t hkA i'1


-'Ini a(Riw%


-a' T, ta.'r


F ORT BARRANCAS, March :;0.
PI'N. Healed proposals, in trip-
licate., will be received here until 11
a. in.. April 141h. l!lPI. and thern
opened. f.ar c->i-trnction at Fort
Picken, Fla., I Barrack and I
G(isrd House. U. 8. reserves th
right to accept or reject any for
!all prop4>ial-< ariyv part thereof
l-iforni tion furnished on app!i;:i-
tion. Envelopes shouldd he marked :
**Proposal. f')r construction at Fi'rt
Pi,-kens. Fls." adlire--ed T. N.
HORN. l-t I.:-nt. QM. 1.


THE REPORT IS FORWARDED.
*pevlal Agent Maentee Concludes lit,
Work at ('harle1ton.
CHIART.ESTON, Aupril 11.-The report It
Special Agent 3LMaat."* of th- trr-a.u-'-"
departmuent hb'a. been f, irwarded to WuV.ih-
ingtou and it will probably ew sevt'rdl
days b.f:>ar" his rec'ominmIndationt an'.l
the de(ci.-ion of tho departnient ion th.
violation of the (.Itmll houi- ragunla-
tians, in storing co)ntrantand liluor, irn
the building, will he annonne d.
Mr. Macatee refused It,) imake kitlavwn
hi- recommendation in advance iof thi-
report reaching and being ac'ted upon bv
the department at Washiiiton.
Fire Inl Elquitabl'e illding.
ATLANTA, April 11.-A peculiar and
what came natar proving a very dist.
Strous fire broke out in the Equitabl,
building last night. A bolt of lightning
struck some of the wires running into
the building and pusaing down into the.
shaft where all the electrical wires are
located set fire to the woodwork near the
shaft on nearly ,.very floor.


LINGFIING LIA G(IIPPE COUG;H
G. Vache'. 157 OoRood t., Chic:t-
go, say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of la grippe. and it loft her
with a very bad coumgh. She tried a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immediate relief. A (0 cent
,bottle c-u't-d her cough entire, ly.'
Price 25c. :.nd WOc. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.

('Come a runuir.ei, foar the lai--t lot of
those nobhhy pearl Alp ine Ilats at Zo
cents only lat',d a werk ; 2.: dozen
more ju-,L receive d, but they w!,n't
la-t long. \V\hi ?-'..

I-'01 S.A.I:
At a l'ar.aiiu.. 7TH ; 'r*'.s '.4) aIn'i!r
fejlc"' :it:d ciltltivatiqin. tih 1 l:ititl: tce
wo dltli.i' l i.i ', ift a ili north of (',r-
dova:t Paiirk. withli i-rroim li n-, bar!)
anti tw i) -c: bl.'. PJlicev .t IF ri
further iiifr:n,titnii. apply t4)o W. R.
Doudahi- u) p'Iace, or J. E. i u'uii.-
son40 & lr .. .ity. hl1i1iln

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--At D'A lemberte's


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought hat bornel tlhe -:-, .
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and ha;I been made unil, r ,
personal supervision for over 30 years. AIllh n, ...,.*
to deceive you in think. Counterfeits, Imitatiqon ..,,,
**Just-as-go)d1" are but Experiments, and end.ian.r ..
health of Children-Experience against xperinmi.nt.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
T04 9CIMTAWU CO WAUO TVUW T M* VTO66Y S19T 904CITy




Chas, H. Turner,


*-ARCHITECT-*


-AND-


General Contractor,




A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
( Fi \r'i-ti: ; I n*itsn E-tinit-. Pl ii- iand S;i -cfic.4:. : -
ing ot All i(iids, Prepared on .'htort N.'tie.
C r'\A Ltir.te aindl ('arefully St l. '-.d Stock ,.f Fi- :i .M *
Tilinig of All Kinds. Blth Tnb)-. Cl',o-t.ti w,..ii..,d A .;'i .
Hot Water and Gas Fixture-.


Everythiir. in springlunderwear at NO. 19 S. Palafox St.
White'-. N 19 alaox St.


%Ve will l iinder your spreads for
15 cents each andtl lllmak thin'i look
like new. Star Laui.dry.

.No refrigerator on the
market can equal those sold
by Marston 4 Fincht. Call
and see what beauties they
are.

Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.
Suits for the lih tle fellow., with
Double Breasted Fancy Vests, the
eutest things that ever happened, at
Whbite's.


EVElIy )10P


:: Telephone No. 345


---THE-




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON OREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WEPLLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFI- K
CA-fil
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. tCA'- H
IDIREC*TOMW:


1'. E. WVELLE.. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Satinders & (C'o.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOJIV F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON OREEN.


A General


oif I1)edhicjlme th:at -wsif) .i U
;.rs"(rilat~oon ilI.-di ititji .4tI'rte 1
pet ieTIli~te. u dm'ui~rs niei~uma
't-- lIdIyfc P V qwr I'II ti ruL! lii eanI
a I'4''e.Y.uwprthC lt.e-t. LOt
I-fill vi*iI p2.#-''I ?h1Iui2.:2'1N











Chincse and Japa-.i~e,_e

'*-Fancy Goods,zzz:7
F Ci'IN& TEAS.


old -
H


Place For Pensacoja
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-IS" AT-

The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


HENTZ & CO.,

E v-120-122 -e t
E. Government Street.


RIX M.


Banking Business Tranwrc d.


A'? Aeou-cr.ts Handled on Favorab.! T'1?-;*. :-.
.3:Anr. Dou-aht arid Sgold, Collyoth.,
*="wsly iAttrnded To.

4CCOr JNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


T PIQtR tliAUNDRY 0F lESt FLOIl!l


Our Address
i- :tlway- ia-ke I l..r w .
10-- beauty of t!i- 1I..:
li re ik display ,.:
SHIRT IT I"')N'I **
A.NI) ( I -
It i- ow'r li. -tr i'" ,'...;
aire ;lw av-< i i,.l !>.
nf. % ,.r t'.il t, 1,


AJLLL WORK U. 0. 1D.
j !14. 37 EC. GARDEN 81
Ii (. -1i~)FOR AND) DELlVEAED FI~i'.


ESTABLhISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO..
-- DEAALXR It 3

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
8J03 AND W05 q. PALA.%OX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S 81 4 '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUI EL & SON'S P UM -
CITuS, iordag., alilts. oills, Iaticil lstriMita, ilarts, 1liinf, i
O0MPAfBSN L00G4 W3.
C. McKenzie Oerti-, ('Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot-' B,-. "
ciation.



YT T ifWIWS' WAIT c1L M !'


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12 1900 3
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'I EHAM Cigars have
&een tried and fire tes'-
e D'Alemberte sells
them.


member, think that he would like to'
z.-t out. and when he is out bhis bst-
i-s.s affairs may engross him to s''lhi
:In xtevut that lie Is gatisfitil. but I
loilit if any uian who has ever swrvedl
* 4 ,1'o,4 ut hiave. a lonw !iwL, to rF-
*'irul at ':ilt. I Sv : i: i." not D.are Utlin.
IA iORNES HAVE AGRilllEED. ill-'. ll
'!., .'* !i;t!l it i" ,liff ,r<.nlt." This stait.<
.:. <:-.** prn .t v w ,ll. It i- .l 1il li;;l!l. 1'\ '1 1,v il*'Il hI hll.l l,'fl hli
: T '*>a iu i', .irtl.
AlT:I -' \V. DINN*.
A 1iORNEYS HAVE AGREED.


4)nl,-'-ts Lur ~uii.or !Statte 011lces to




V I, X.. ~i 1 11I ~'~tt-T,, a

* orn 1:1 !h'.* f U a on i


ii LiiiI **:l ici* -


I> l i' 1&\ lie .\lpp-in 1 .\' 1i i *, A.\ ri! li T:ae f..-.rani
urt f l i. :s-tii i a l r-
d r : *.. ':;i- : ," ,v r ( 'i,.v,.land,
'., a'. l a ,. it u 4-f $ .i;' t, t. hef
I" p- i;:l't'"l "'ha it Ti itV ;' ,'h,-
'".1] r. t*l t ,:nt.-'l t, tel charge.
.; r... !tv\- t 'i.ii>iil ei r ir]" ..
S:1 P0 1 .hi t i t tit ke (barg.

Pror;.ep(id New Mill.
I' -r.,\ t. t'. April! 11.--A 3V 000-

t.> ...f t:i i n -ihbli tit 'if the mear fu.
f l r F-i imu-. titue the matter hai
b.I* n Ih-i-us--d a a (anvais has t' en
nuIal. A ti-ri*t ing s called for Friday
ani(d th it'ok-, .t 'subcriptii will be
tomrtally op-n'ed
Arrived on the Oceante.
NEw Y"RK. April 11 -Amongthe paa-
.-tig-r.r who arrival t)n bard the Oce-
anic from Liverpanl were Phiji Pras-
adhli. the Sianmese minister to Great
Bnritain, .eo)ffrey Drage, M. P., a stu-
dent of thpo lahr question, the Earl ,of
Warwick and LIrd Herbert L. H. Vmane-
Tmpeat.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.
New Yoett April! 11 OPIR CLOS
January ... .. 7 8 .... 8 00
eouruary..... ... . 7 9o .... l ,1
.Uar u.. 0.... . .... 8 0t
April . .. . 3 .... 45
a y .. ...... .. ... ? -'; .... V 44
jaU .. .............. 1 ... 9 35
July . ...12 1' .... .4
Atu ust. ......... .... U .... 9 24
:eptemr er .... ...... 41 .... 8 44
October ..... .. .... 14
November ........ 7 .... 7 9.'
Jo :oer .. 7 .... 7 9'
-pnot cotton ci!oed qii-t but teady.
u,, iilltU uptand'- 1 4 rmiddlin.- gulft Oc
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
LCHICaO. An-i1; II OPKI CLOSI
H l A T- A >nl.. ...i f.'


.ORN-May.. '..s .....-. .
uL --J ly .... 40 ,
S. --J*ept emlt r .... 41t1
)A'-- kprii ... ... 2 4P
JAIl-s-May 234'2 .... *
u ts--J'ir ..... 24 3
1)AI-- p n',r r. 212
;*o't. t\lril.. .... 12 (i7
an Mty ... ...... 13 'K .... I-'..;
ou --July.. .... 12.O
_AH ir \!:ril ..... .I
Rg -- ij'........... j 07 .... 6 -5
^A U-J ........... 6 9:
IaBs-Ma-. I>^!.', .. 6 .
Mli --Ju'y ....*. 6
NAVAL STORE
WitIlir.'. N. C.. April ll.--plrtt
urpeutieue steady at ..-4-kT3: reelpts II.
ltotin firm It $1 I(tl t. secelpt ISl.
Crude turpentine err quiet at i.i25.
revtelivs Tar firm A 11.30, eceipts
SAV.A\A'. A pI 11 Spirits turpen
tie firm aSt rwecepts 4t2. wsls .:
exportA X.7j. Rosia nirn and u( r-epf0 7,0. ivl io. exports 11,.17.
A main named E Pre-son, of Pre s
-ouiivlie. Kan- wrote a letter he
,,thr day. sayiuns the opinion of
everybody in hi- towin who has used
Fol~y's Honey and Tar i.. that it is
the very bet medicine for la grippe,
co:d-a. cuh. etc. W. A. D)'Aletni-
berte.
FACIAL MASSAGE..
Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
kle- can he prevented. Cheeks can
be plumpened out. All this, and
:i.ore can be don't by massage.
L.adie. call on tMi.-' Keeler ;at
ow.r- A& Kru.-e'- Millioerv. on1
.' -d .": after tiait date at 1 i V; t.-t

o()ir- i- an ever butVy store. lecatlist
,f a:ttraction-. con.tant. variu-. andi
.lt-p-itnd:ible. that appeal to thto-, whio
beii.-v- that "money -hnuld buy
nloney'- wort!:." White'..
i Hi-:1;.'S \)l'lt ('H.\2-'.
Ira,nt. W tov'n Wire anid Or nanaitaial
l"-'etiini for All I'urp.i.e-.
I a!n. e,-ent f.or the l:arge-t lilaiiil
Oc: ti; .Tr- in th world of *vf-rythiwtat
: T w:Iy .'f plainly and ortnalle!nt;it
''-< l. ;" 'l w Ir-t tt'e iii.', wett' t-. va- +'-.
:.." 1 c ii ,." st i lly ;aind :tt 1111 tl-
;.nt .i;! '*'-' pr.i-'--. erected iti dur" .i '
,' i wo;'kin t:a'ike ilil: iiefr :11:ti Ti!

I !11in w ii'e 1.arll f-i'e,' to tih-
i\ i-iv ornaental c;net-
:*: --t i for tow, er, tre,-
-t:a'-.i *,iri,tIl'.n?:il -. tti e-. bal -.-
'.:t wi ow-, window gi, ir,.!
r.:V ;::.I..w r -, w ltt:,er va; ,.-. .w .,\t 1
w ::- *-. iIltrV ard ft :i'iii S:'.a "-
w i ,n ,, |,t' lll t t ole t. t-ll it-tll r itt :;' i
.! .' I --1. uhlt .'.t ( I;an --e
:,l;-tr.t -c> d ait.lo u-' .' and get o'.i-
11 'itt-- at'& .;"' l -a at W ilI. Jl. ohiio;
&- .!'-' a~ v,..re dep irtnelnt
...111; A. J. WATKI\.
Trv THi- Ne- Want Columrn: it
will pjy vou.


4GOLD DOST.


Acme Beer.


'THE BIEPT RFFRI 4.fiLD. IN
PI;ENSAC()IA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A'so 2old byM,. PerrvyP w:,.Yt,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty. --
Prompt DeliV ry :, d .P:t'ia'tio,.
guaranteed .


Dannheisser


Bros.,


4411 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. (0. Box '1.
Railroad Exchange. Phone 2-,W.


ETiES BROS3..


REIIRER% BROR. I Co..


"Hieworisaid w tGGENERAL IiNSURANo TWBDO cEM
IkGENNE -AND-


\ TIIOAL FINANCES.


De.-and For Further Legislation
on the Subject.


ri 1 1, !' ;:iV M. I' 14 I', I .

S... .*... et :..- Ilsrl Tin#-% off

I tl iii-.. i I l.iiT rseit;r.- l lih
.., I a .. 1 a nil el< 1 ..


TheWorlds Triumph
of Master Brewing.

SWith the like of which the-,
I \ ancientt Norsemen built their
splendid stren th and sincw
-beer that rich with the (la.
or O choicest hops and malt. /

ASK FOR
and you will be repaid!

THE CHRISTIAN C*.&fl BREWING Ca
l .. CINCINNATI, U.S.A.
.ca,


Real Estate Agents,

REPh.F-SNT ITWENTY-TV~o opTHE
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
G4LASS AND STEAM BOiILERI.%I-
F-1BANCR CiMPANIES......

P'zEe VD1 FJZ1 01, ttiDc EQU~itabh'
Life Assume cSojioul offlt~e

mI:P.~'n~lew:E '. ;r.rr. n


Pensacola, Florida.

Q-zGOLAY--(*

Grist and Corn Ideal Mills,

I. F. GO M~[EZ A Co., Prop s,
Man Ufa&'tcr
CHOICE 3if U.AN! 10 v ':t1t4E ROND
STOCK i'EV:D.
Patronize flornit lndu,4trv. for therp is
-vt~ry rvatson you 'hould hbuy your Me-&l and
M~t. ,%k Ftted f im theflionte Mga:nufacturor.
for Uy -,v doinkln you enciournit ht nita indup-
t ry. Youtr imoneity :,left a'ittlpeo~mrunitv
awid yvu in turn*are ;ndirrct ly twielltetd.


WASHING CROCKS AND
MILK VESSELS
A great deal depends upon the care of crocks
or peans in which milk is kept. They should be
washed as soon as possible after being used.
Rinse first with co!d water, then wash thoroughly
Inaid: and oa with hot water, iq which enoughot .
Gold Dust Washing Powder
has been dissolved to make a good suds. Fialsh
by rinsing with scalding water; wipe dry and set
out. with r'zh. siJe up, in the fresh air and sun-
shine, and they 7;1ll be clean and sweet. .
T Le a taI. n Ir .,n o w r free. '".-?-let
#A,,L :, : RiLLa, FU H uLb.Hui.4"
Sat froe un r ..i.e.s to
THE f. K. FAIRSANK COMPANY,
Chicag*, St. Loust, M-w Vea. Se e...


LEWIS BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Dealers. Penaeola LOUGE UDIRCTOIRY

How to Dry Itbber Dooets. Medical Society. Attention KNIGHTS OF Yx A Aij S.
It was a problem how to dry out hip There will be a regular meeting of Penaacola Ul[ge, No. 3, K. of P,
rublter boots. In the sitting room there the Pensaccla Medical Society atry Monday ev
was an opeu grate tire which was cov- the Board of Health office at E ing at at Catie liall.
ered every night with fue 'coal and a o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 24. In Hutchinson hall. West
few bshovelfuls of ashe-s. so that the Visiting physicians are cordially nttndnbciatroordl.
;. so t,'. %%siting brethren oordially
rouinm t'ver bevintei- quite cold. We invited to atten. welcomed.
found that if we heated a piece of old D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D., H.r H. H UDv.W,
Sas t as oile ad stuffed it President 1. HOR. K.R. C.C.
fl:llnel as hut as possible and stuffed it VV T.K...... r K..,8.


down into the foot of a bout and stood
the boot In front uf the fireplace it
wasass (dry us a bolle next morning..
The handiest thing to keep the boot leg
oplnii is a spin g st'elt cutet rib about
1S inches Iln11 by lthree-liuarter inch
in widti.-F'uriet *a.d Stream.
tl'..ei-' J. Hall, thp poet ;and h-
li-hi r. s, that o, "do d -f ,'f Fol4,v's
Ho:I v a..d Tar re--t,,rd Ii voice
wlit'z lrittiltne. thre-atetnt d tao pre-
v'.tt Ii.; lecpture -it ('-t,tiral 1tu-ic
H ill,. ('ivicago. Not!hirt' eP.- a-
.:,Io.-W. A. D'Alei bert'.

A T In w3Imu. AL. B.
0t ,,,,,,,s


secretary.


&5mt


Do you believe all you read in the
psper-? Exaggeration.; in advertis-
ing may attract pa'Qsing attention:
but we are not seeking pissing at-
tentin. We're looking for perma-
nent customer,. White'.;.


W. O 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Friday night In
eaca month. Visiting oviri*nD cordi-
ally invited. W. W. W ATO)',
S. R. 'THAMr4. ('tirk. C.C.


, I 1n ei stumt ul C


*-Everything New and Clean.--
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meali Merved Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNimrtr STREET.
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WEEKIiLY CITE1ULI-. lInfterins the home mianuftctur.r .you
t .,,nttrtilute to the caustlof labor. Yo'u owe
FOK STEAMlT DIVISION it to thiceominunity in which you live and
'ENMS % '0A9 t l.ECTlI TlRMINAlA whiw ttlh cointributei to your Iupport.
ItAI .1 AY C"MPA1.
Trains l-vo -nP".ntacola for tha Iitt'-l PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Hayo.!, P'a!:it tt! ) a,.'t. Warrington, Navy ..
Yard anil' Fort Earranc:ts at
*,- .'i.nm ar'tv. HatlFort Har-aneran- ::I',.mDr Mareel lu5 (le rear
i ." a. i. arrive t Fort Barriancs l' 4.n.ru "
: u.:in. rr.ve at Fourt HaBrcaBrc 14~:l.io n.
8: p. :, a, rrive.st F>iirt Hartran ; i.; .r p m
r: ip. a. arriv, at. 1ort larranc.s 7::1 ,p n,
*-:- p t arrv.*st ro 1 t Barratwts S:0 .' -
Trp.:ni !e.kve F oGrt t.;.rrancea for Feras- l;Iv!e:ice. Hotel Fs*rntaliba.
Cola at Plhoa r, I .'
7:V I. m. 'no. it at P.Tl t1sa ola...... '4:! a. nT V ll. I 'Aleint- rts haillrii I I. our:
11 :) p. n). ar!tav at PenuiucoA........ 11:45 p in alitfox Street. 'ih T.!.f71
p '" p in I-iv t Pnsacils a .. . in
S ari ;r.ve at .tin '- olA .',.4. p nit -
7 "p.. i. ariv-eat Poacola......... 7: 4op D W
'4:4 in. arrive t nuacola......... :Up.m RD W D.wihm.Eim y.
S.-i rdavy% onlv.
n, : ,-t-c. :-., O. FFIOOE-Hanash Bros.' Drug tore.
61'NDAY uCH nrrx
.eave PenDacoio. Lv Fort Barr ,ness. RSBrIDEBNO-400 E. Jaokiou Stree
1ta.m. .i. m. m .
1 P. m. lp in-.- .. .

4p.m 6p m.
M.- I. Hcieo0pallic PTSiciae ant Sirgcei,
?ARR POR WEEK DAYS. Lae of Ocal. *I&[..
'PenmMola to Fort iarrancas and return fie l or ocaia. 1la.,
eashacola to Navy Yard and return ...... Offers his professional services the eli!.
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 16c sen of Pensacola.
FPAtlK PoU SUNDAY Espeelal attention given to ta, treatment
of Chronic iseaMM and D)ioasee of
tensaooli to art Barraneoa Navy Women and Uhildrtn.
Ilard and return.......................... ek Thirty Years Practice in the Slouth.
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beab and Office Hours:-V a. m. to 12 m., to 4 p. m.
rtsur't li,
No t receiRedenee Phone No. M.
No frewbht received after 8:1A e. m.


Uernt-Blount Bllditn-R-oom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
lusnui Topis. Pime 364


GRfND EASTIR BAILL
To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H.,
4odd Fellows Hall, Warringtoun.
Monday, April 23,1900.

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


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, i. -PES .. R,ST,
No. 1 North Palafox Street. o-PROPRIETOR OF-o
IISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. CRONIeS SA LOON
Voice Culture. Violin and Piano, Leipsig o-- DEALER IN-o
aysteni; also (uitusr, Banjo and Mandolin.

oPERA HOUSE Imported and Domestic Wines, L os and ars.
JUG TRAP A wW:EIa AT,TY.
ON E TSTOLD WEiEwK Cotrnr B]lmont aud Deviiiier. St9. PENSACOLA, FLA


DURHAM Cigars are -
the finest 6 centsmoke. PHIL AND NETTIE
Try them at D'Alem- -
berte'N. T Peters Comedy Company
EMPLOYMENT OFFIt_. .
Ring up 3S2 or call at the office.
Ut North Palafox street. when in Ih NeW, Up-te-Date Rtprtoire.
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Argent of the Carpenter's
ind Joiners' Union. will furnish yon CHAN(E OF PLAY NIGHTLY.
with the desired help on short no-
ice. ,',tf ,Prices=10, 20 and 30c.

Iron bedsteads are cool, -
comfortable and durable-
,J;st what you need for gest io .
summer use. Call at MAfars-
1on ,4 Finch's and select We challenge the world
one. to produce a remedy equal
N to the Matchless Mineral

S W~{ V Iater for the cure of In-
NH ;digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure


Cost


DUNN'S *

0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Replar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA-ON'.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $l.i,) to $l..,i per Day. LODGING:
.M ., anti I) S. Sotah Palafox Street. Penacola. Florilda. 25 and 50C


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South P Frlaf Street.
All Kind! o& Plumbing and Gas Fittingp Materials Kept on Hand
EMLKPMONB =.l, PRFISACOLA, LrA.


, Cold Weather
ComingMend in o
orders and let us fill your bin before t
cold snap arrives. We will %end you C
best coal you can procure for either bahlig
or beating purposes at reasonable price*.


Telephone No. 147.


Tfompso Olser 9 J o.,
Dealers In

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


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only cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all druj.ists:;
a so If1 T. Green ~' Co. 37
S. Pala fox Street.
O()R ADDRESS

W. W WILKI ,
Greenville. Ala.
Testinmtonial F'ronm Juade Ganton.
ti.REK NVII.LK, Ala.. A.U. . 1 '<*.
I take great pleasure in certitfving to tho'
a)iri'v and tho nirit of Wilkinron'- .Match-
;.-- 'iiit.ral Water. Thi, natural mlri-ra'
toi.,,. ti iyV rrTonal knowledi,-. is tacen
fr.,n a wtil three miles -a-t of (ire-inv: lle.
i:1 te exSact condition in ,hicth iti ,soil. I
1H',P e a lthi. wattr u-..d. with wtnllrfil
-.'aC"-"-. (for dypep..ia. indieatiinti. soro-
y.v-i, and for eruptive dieses. %ore-, aind
ulceraon muan and animal. A, a r-nilvy
for thlis troubles. I do not beli-ve ;.-
t-qual exists. It is highly recomme ded by
physicians for a numtntber of disease-s.
ZRLL OASTON.
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
i Alabama.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSAOOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1S03. 5


SETO HOLY WEEK. I00000000000000000
UO Ag REWS h ES Progeram of SIr.oes at St. Michael'l r the Farmer.
Catholic Church. *
Holy weekservice, at St. Michael's
-af or re."ucol a "etait, church will be as follows: 4
/. ,,, ,ir, I,,. f,,,r. rt | Holy Communion will be administered at 0000000 00 0 00W
p. ,n ifi. r itP,, I : 3 m. (vood Friday: Masm of the Pre-
S. rr anctifi.-d.ka.m.: singing of the tasiion, It is claimed that the (lost of canning
fr t,. tr ,,. n.rt',. r .'Holy Way of the Cross." : p. m.: Evening and handling fruits and vegetables will
i y.itw.in m tl '. ,-rn.t,,, ,,' I I'-Vot(ions..7:*i p. m .
Holy Haturday.creremoni-e will begin at Soon I:,- In reaseld from lllI tt 1 l. r
S,, ,,,,MM ,..- i -. i 7::t .: a Conf-iauaion at i m. A Bete- 'cent t Sdictin- father will assist In hearing coihlv--
\ ill f Rot.e. (... arrived -ou- i-aster taturdav. Itural New Yorker. There is a decided
1 rn J.P 1. MCCA a- EP.TI. l'stor. iuncrtas, in tih. '(.t of the Inetals used.
(rtng and Jh Na-t Brave Men Fall such as tin plate, cans and solder. The'
*it. vr MMenbilall. labels. wraiii'rs andl paper stock couie
Victims to stomach., liver and kid- in for their shart of the rise, which
p. Pitt- .f Alabama i- a gue-t ny troubles as well a- women. and is also true of packing cases. i achiu-
I ".-,.:"' t,- all feel the results in loss of appe- ery. etc. The new "classitications" of
1i. M..int',mi.'ry 'ft Fairford, tite, poisons in the blood, backache, the railroads -will also result in higher
% v-i.;ar he-r to-lay, nervousness, headache and tired., f ight ',,e sfor cantd g ,. I
listless, run-down feeling. But -i. s r i
.,n r Pl.itae i, lyin at there's no need to feel like that. every this in.ne in rie is due
," 1 arf di-chiar:itng a cargo Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, dirt''tly t, tohe' cxaitiontis of a trust or
.,nuT. Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters coil'!ine ofr smtile kind. The truck gar-
J .ii- I N ,l:aid aiid wift" of are just the thing for a man when deuner iand fariner is expi'ted to pay
: Jul-on. Ind.. are gue-t- at he is all run down and don't care the d!fTerence in the way of a lowering
MIn- htiou,-e. whether he lives or dies. It did tf his cotiittrat pi<:(-cs for growing: the
S o ,.reit ,.aorival-at th re to give me new strength and st(W'k. altho:ich it would stim that he
r w t ari t the good appetite than anything I could d It, ueed to the last liit nlu
-. rti at.,t thi- noriiin fruit the take. I can now Pat anything andT c dgo
.*I ill,.rniti train have a new lease on life." Only pr ei- ,has t s, 1 i s '. w c':au c.d tive( ls
.Jwiii F. D)iuke. f,,rnlir cle-rk at Ii cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's traih- has Intl.v ..en fairly active, and
t .Jae- n tl a;t "Tallaha-s drug store. Every bottle guaranteed., tlher' is no tan1d reason why thie actual
v t,. city la-t niit. pr.lod cE.r sho;1bl I er lI lItrdens of an
\10r,.s A .M ,'k tr, Iri-h com,.-i A veritable feat of good things arItiti.'ial inf-re' ,. In pi i A ,at :it t.e k ,,t- ra hu\e I for men and bovy, .t White'-. mo;,y 1 he t.E.a1s.
-,l av i.. lit i "'*F tii laia '- billl' -
Mals:ng <.0otd loads.
,t'i trItb.td.iur-. it i- CURTAIN RAISERS. Ve o.,n.e lihtIp,I a iaan f:lx a l>it of
: ; ; a I, t -! ,,w li' *i'y w ill ra:l, t.l,;,, .lh a low a n l I, ;y pi cte ,,f
: ra I t:i-- M ,niday :i',. : iiii nu t,. r of v a:i hl' iali e:i s land ,n his farm. : 'l' k .. Ai, r'ari
i il' atort. i'I'l r' \l ;s a 1 :1.1 r-aI' of-
'" ,. l I,.,,, !. w I, wI !,,, a: l- 441:been 1. : t'hr n of l t" .,'t :It: n s.: ,ns . '.1 ho
tI- rt#,ela l I,. -t- i,-r.ald ay i I '1;,, :., J,;:.'a: ,l"t'a n ,.I .... ii" l'ia,:ia It'U i, ', 1 i i,:iai,'1 ,'11 ,,a,1l. 'l l ie s a ..tIt
1 | ., l-V t i.';% .t ,'i ii-" ... I',!'.:aia ; r:'i,t'. a <-,i i a' .i- 1 ,, i 1 i,'It ;i l :i' il i ; s it l a.:i s
t.-1: p imnn l.. :1 hat a'aiat i it' 'a a a:::erial. anl.
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I* ,r i I in IItt't 4 1. f tl'I -I .' .-.t-
4. 1 'lub w i Il I -# -t ,t,- 1114 1t
-:.arp. at Je- PIort-r .

... :1 (' r.n -t C't' urcrl. ( ;, ,,l
11 : '.t to :, i ..!th r.,
-M . t.,tl ,,!. s-ttn dil.y. E .t--tft

< w .i'l-n arrt v ,l e-re la.-t
S IM.tri n :i .aId left t,,-day
.' 45 :rain or L+,- hion*e.

1 ,. K. :.t- i r: trlin the- li-ilnr" rturid-
.. .**. -,:ppri- Th'.l Ida brought
,.;, 1-, f lp,:tni-th m a'ck rel.


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w ill h, Itts **, .cam pn lent of S'! I I ' I Ia I ' .
i, :,i -t ate- ttI- ,p4 t ,Ii- year r a I. l. I i i ( a Ia .:.
.,i-l:aturtnt 0,f I .. tiv.t n:g m ade ..- :. .. -. '
:r I ra atit oit ftor tIiat Ip) rposE.. \ -:i l '! !:l..t ,:- ,.a I : i- l i. :.t
ltl.,t ,, : :, ia- a v. ;, ll -t i-,a I i tt"l ,.; t: ; l
SI talian bark P oi,,pero. w i'h .... '..n- t. -.- : t 1 ;7 in
-1 at oti f roll a IIavana. broriirlu t a 1 l- "
t *I i t.i f cE raIp ironpi for C. I .. a,, I lti,' v ing, ti statc ,,f tLh.
"b. ,! lIt.i l.!pt il i lltlt ,f l tl iltz:a;'| "
\ rwattl HlC('.lard- llon, whli for a1- i. ;'niai: i: il i t St. Jl.ni-",
..* tlin t 1a- lh en h ad oiler mn l . :. Al.: I t,.r tilh ti 1t tiglht tlilt- lItlcI i'S
-te:-a311 iil Hip ll-ti. ,' la. w ill hI-IVIi |i, .. li.ni il,;, \\:- t it i II ac i lliIt I tf i;-
iz Lt for N *w Y ork. w h -re, t+ e I itI I i% ,, I I ;.,;,,I.,i k'n >'. li' thII.,t dihl tIt
r,--il,' il f tllre. j ait'O,.. : t ;ii iii. t 1.i:;1:i) il : a"nd Mr-. W illiam Pulliam and I ,I a A aa i l ;t i t tih, whi.th.k l .n
ii;-, Mr.-. C'alrrie ('lark. whit . .
.*. .,- .ini -pending tlhe winter WRITERS AND PAINTERS.
niti'. in thi- a ity returned to their -.
:.ie n11 Illinois last Tuesday Piliil, L.a,;:Ia,. the luang:lrian larti-'.
niil'o ('lipper,. an enplloyv.e of ha- ,.'.I' at i :l -i-- I paall" t a fill
M il Il,% w m ill-, w hile at work 1 i,, :c ii ', t: t a-i t l',rt' l.- ia hie a
tm ir ing hliad the m ilsfortunt e oif I ,-a.- -a :a ,',l h th l,.i',.il lthra', '.
.kia t. I- atltn IH e (- 'llll to) tle :. S! 1 a 1 z. the l',li-Ih l -' 'i.-t. h' lt'
a :t.d I r. H .ltiiih:li dre-sed hna- a-k.a' i l., --.in ala ,i nl :1 t 1.,r t1' *;:,:a' '
a;:. IL. ,. S +ll \ft A t' ..a' u a .i:, al-l l.ii.- l ,a l
S . t A t li I;l I 1 1 ., i I th e
",,- I'. N Brow n. w ife ,f tlo-.- .- .1,,l .a t l.a, I. a i'1 n. t T
,'t.t tilt of it.- i ntli .i: : ti.nal I 1' . t It ,- Itta .'il .
S '. ; ('tv ,f .M exic'o. w ill :arraiv .\A I-a lilt ia S -i, l ie 1, '' .
*"rit-ii, itmatl I eC 4 :1 t aaft1'U N.1I.-i.1 I.y Ili. :aI!-t t I P 7T; fol.
t I- ..ltl-r n ...>n ut t i e 4 :1.: tl 'lll g 1., ,. 1,t :it T l".. .... 1 ,* 1.1 b u. a
St -i-te-r. M r-. Th ,-. V : *! i ; -
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S M.: Cr. Mr F. W.! ,,..
Sf :. tM rl- f M r1 W ,,,, w il e
t ; 1. r aI t rit- \ i l ll l
l r. l I~ I V f3t 1 li* Z
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FORBES


I tl,. a :; . t;I:, \: 11 p .i l f,,; th' la -
a'l ,r. T 'I .-ii a laI ,taf 1 l1 stni!' \\t ;;1 ,\' :1
iput t: i: i a.ia. il .a .:t t :" Li ,; r -;i s.
I,;t- :.ii Il Orttis .1 t t I Lc l : 1\ '.t
t1 :t1: S'. S it1 4 I' I ay T. II s-'t Vi tai'
i l I ii. "'.! p I. f -i:t i ll ,,.i,'- li;airt h:v il
lt'III l: !N !:1 ; ',1 i t '. !l < !( a :lfi I l1. Ill.S!. 4l-
a.w : -: i 'l : t\ Il t'hl -. It \\a i;l I \.a,
inkl Jilis d* Jartia'. lih' w callss atlia
s'ltl' l;e :;ps oun; of thn' \Vw Iy. This
l',,lllll;It;, :>l \\1 ; ',,\, I',', w it ll C :-;l\ l.
iiI1,l 1 hll it uv. th ll,, t et' >w\\ ll ul sa; ,l.
S"''Th,'r.. It:l t j, lit i-< tline,. :nvl I think it
\ill i-ta t d ni,,t' \ hil' I live." anil we'
lhlink it \',,t'!l anl t uir11':.i otne or (two
in,,r,.n i,.t ratioiis. \V' hal t, thoulith
114.4t. Ile l' itatii(n o o I1f the ( gt S i ,t,- InI tl.;it \% t- ,Ih lu hnl Inot rE :a'h ni so-
li;tiIn a if it until rioaltiiiakcrs learned to
l,I tlh'-ir work -', i t, l:'1t it w'tould "'stay
tloinr." Many f:irmis have places used
a;1s 1'roil\\aiy-' w'hi.tih iv+. just such
t:,':ltitln'ii. an! so dlo certain pieces of
town r l',:ads.
Mutton Sheep.
The feeder of' svelt'p and laiulis is
I now exlpricnci g that comfortable
fc-'linlg that c'tile' from tig proults,
I says 'l'h" Birc'dle's tiazettc. It taxes
lJt'lt it'ry to It all a tilne whlinu nlittou
hlieIl have 't- tchlI.'l such extravagant
11i '(-4 ;I~ at pr '(si'it. Inted, ldata kinag
ti italice oat \;it lot's for sleep. 'year
hin-;s a nil lIambls. tlht'y '1are iniprecedh-'nit-
cvl in ilt' history of I lie trade. They
have attainedr'l sc a heiilght that Ithe
lxpii i ltt4'iia:ai1l lIa's been ('he(kcled,
\ hit ] i, M, IIIn 1th laut I n-lou01 h. us .>.hln
Ittill i. nitt 'a'ii.\ di sii-suaeil il froin his
It,.; ofI laainlt Iay ht', ri< 'iat, ol it. SoI
'!11ti: is- l l,' dtleaiiail for sheep andl
laiuls 'fro' all lliiarte'rs t that caln-
t',lin' t.f ;t I*' \\" 'xlport o'ilt.-rs w ill ha.1\c
Itll.' ,'fi't' 1t aoil :ill s. NM llttIn reat r'
1ii ailtiplyin,* aii t laItnlw' :and.l fiir ishi
:!TI :;i.'all .l.ili1' illialt'kt't just at pri scnt.
' lii- 1 a< a! tn'a'itl nI 1a I i', m inii n'it fi':atuIre
<,l tl d tr:,l. \w ,,,l'l nli t I,, c ,niplchte
a\\ lthi ti t ,tii I I.n ri f thI e f:ia't thi:It lthe
S11111 )!' lit:i 1 1 :-1 i l-r; ily I -r i o\ 1t1tilet
l,'st" al.: trk .. a :>.tt ;a lilty i rli (asin\e r lprI'f-
r nl' allt a I l'. o \f 11 ; l tl : ll;lls. o Il' tillII
i :t \Vi f 11 aatlh i I,' l i' t 1 .at

Imnproer liur S.tile of I'arming.
l h1. flarill r1 \% II, i', 1-' i gI l tti I ti 'l- .
%*Pyi ',,'ircspinll iaih t ot' 'l'h ew .\ "'\" li.n -
la ,! I:'t11 ,.rr. i- ;ifrl:iil to :!rindl his. l.,-c
I11W r l'(ir oi r \\rl.ililL 1 it oit (W pf f t lt-
im i: i'I ; i ,r ,,1 - 4 l in:iia il <,I1 an acir. 4 f
11i-,1 f,.:- I, ar ('r t,'tlillg it too ri,.h, so
Ilhat 1 ;- .i r: \ 1ill all runI to stalks. lIe
;:- t'a;' ite .1 t, 'tit l:ialf a ton of hatv


STORE.


SILIVWAL{1CiiWESTSHIRT WIST8S!

S1.1 F'1< t -I- '" I. I;i IN i l:" N E\W F I' PATTEI' N-N i!"I -F MUil T
a a : i 1- I .'' a- wV rt : i- I:.;-i- a l i'ar. a l Fit \Vt' 1 :l \1il, -- -
a a ,: ,i ., '.* -T';,I: ** '' it c it t w' il.it W i't ; re ,. li.'. 3'1
L
t Thpe Calebrated "Trojau" W aists. t! Mit-: h', r'..,": 'i::.: w.\':, )
I I 1a .ir t i \V :. ': a:. l 4 b r- i'rice -: l.1,,. -! .,"t, $1.75 a:.d -".t'. 'i.


t :j A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value.


Our Entire Line of .0 ald 1 60 Waists f r 4.)(i Each. or
I'HiF-,'E AIE MADF WIFH THE SAME CARE AS DOLLAR G(NOODS.



Just Received!

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


t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r AN ...CC *9,- .2 ***


*


". J, & Forbes.


per acie and thinks two tons a big crop
and doesn't want to read any of our
agricultural papers, for he says they
print lots of stuff that no common
farmer can practice and no one but
the richest cares to try. Now, I am
contested, says the old fogy farmer.
to travel the same road my father
traveled,. Hlie could not tell what it
cost to make a quart of milk or a
pound of butter or cheese. Many have
the idea that if a man cannot do any-,
thing ele lie ecnu be a farmer, but It
is a great mistake. Too few of our
farmers keep a debt and credit account
with their farm.

Siberian Wheat.
An expert who has been travellag in
Europe in the interest of the San Fran-
cisco Cliamber of Cotmmierce expresses
the opinion that Siberia will never
compete seriously with the American
wheat supply. lie says that wheat
grown in eastern Siberia Is inferior in
quality. and even when grown from
American seed it deteriorates the first
year.
IndigestibilIty of Oleomargarlne.
Professor Lindsay. at the Massachu-
setts agricultural experiment station,
tried feeding calves on skimnmilk and
oleomargarine and found that when
more th::n one ounce of oleomargarine
was added to ea,.h quart of milk indi-
gestion wa s produced. A. quart of nor-
11al whole< milk contains about 1.3
ouncIes of butter fat.

Shearing Mafchines.
Then increastl demand for shelaring
m:iliiines indic:ites that the a:ie of
prtrel'tss does not stop with te cUel-
tury. blt Iratler iincr'lase.s as time goes
oni. More liachineh she-hrintg plants will
lx' put itl ofE'r:itioil this s pri in the
greta't west Ilimni was aIhoiilit possible
Inat fall.- Sl,'pherds' Bulletin.


tled Hot From The Gun
WaQ the ball that hit 0. B. Stead
man of Newark, Mich., in the Civil
War. It caused horrible Uleers
that no treatment helped for 'io
year,. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him. Cures Cuts.
Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons, Corn-.
Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
earth. 25 ets. a box. Cure guairan-
teed. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte,
Druggists.
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
Reported Daily for The News by
Mesrs. A. M. Mome & Co.

W W .................... 75 H ................. ........ I sO
W (i............2...... "' 1 ........ ....1........ 1 "2'
N ................... .... .......2 ................. 1 47'1,
M ............... ........ -* 2 2 IC ....................... 1 4-"
K ............ ......... 2 ( D ................ .... ;31i
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SPIBITS TURPKNTINH--62 0sent.
All leather suit cases and hand
-atchels with leather lining at
White'-.;-
Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
Wees' Cough Cure, Diarrhtma Rein
edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who uses them
without being benefited. Price 2"5
cents each.

HARPER Whiskey is liquid mu-
sic. bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, re-
freshing and delicious.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISMER BROS.
Pen-acola, Fla.
S,)ine folks' pretences to alw:iy
iutlt-rsell the world are rather tire-
S-titiel. No ntie ha- Imonolpoly of
brains and money. It will be a sor-
ry day for thi- town when competi-
tiolln e#:Iats. W white's.


Photographic Artist,
21l'.4 S utlh P'alafox St.
t" ti-!:-l

MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER,


R. HALLIDATY& CO.



Special Easter Offerings

*-at the following reduced prices -


Fancy Neclwear.
N%'" direct attention to our ineof ItRenal .
sancf Lacet* Barb. tock I')ltar.. ordled
ilent tichled Plaid Tip'-. with 'riant.( -ndsl,
Double-faced. Cord edgeS Sati ana T'atTet'a I
Fringed End T;es, Tlatl string Ties, Etc.


Dents* $'_'.i (Gloves red uce.1 to Il **.
Blair I.1.;) Colored kilovet .e'due'd to $I.-*.
Try our Guaranteed SI i i tilox e.
We call especial attention to our Milk
Ttffeti t (il an ex .enltl.ove i to for StUiin.


Parasols.a wear.
We have thHeNewestand Mo't1'p-t-Dater.
Stcck of Parasols ever Mbown tih tiLs ity. l.adie*' Hosiery. an plain, open work and
fancy effects. front l ie to $*' :2).
imrllas Chilldren Hoslery from nle to :c.
UlbrllCas IUiave our 2"- Urade of Ladtie. and 4 hbl-
dreli's Hopiery a trial: Ithey are th beht(
Ladle'.,Men's and Children's in all quali- value for lliemoney to be found anywhere.
tieb. W e have in stock a few Ieft of our l Adie '"Vet, wo-,' have fromal ite to 1 i.,
well-known Mercerized U'mbrellas. an ex- Take amlook at ou, iwe ve.t: altr our Milk
cellent value, while they last at $I.(%; also L.-le Vt-ts, 'X. value., for *.' they cannot
a 26-inch Close Roll I'mbtrella at stI.2. be btwat.

BL-ACK GOODS.
Exceptional values will be offered in our Line of Black (ood4 the
Coming Week. In this Department we have the Fine-t Fabrics ever
shown ill this city, including the exclusive of fashionable C'repet de Chine
Tainise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. In the Cotton, Wo-tl. Silk and
Wool and all Silk. we strongly recommend this material for its lightness
and durability, and the proper fabric 'or the present mode. We al-o hav s
a Large Liuneof Staple- and Fancies in BlacK Goods and at the Right
Price-.
LINENS.
For one wet-k ,only to introduce and bring before th. lpubllc .our Stock
of Daina-.k. "'awels,. Renai-.ai ce Dres-er Scarfs. Sidebl)oardi Se.ta fa. Centre
Pieces ant D ,ylie-s. we will (offer a Special Discount of lI',..


R. T TH-ALIW Y & C 3.,


"ITelf-Ii.-tjeI-)' I.


Some


:;' and :3V Palafx Street.


geresb9tq Figures.


Capital tif the four Gr. at IBanks of the Worldl.


Bank of England,
Bank of France, .


. .


S $86,047,936
. . 36,500,000


Imperial Bank of Germany, . 28,560,000
Bank of Russia, . . . . 25,714,920

Total, . . .. $176,822,855

FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE 111UANCE COMPAlT

FRil TIE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, IECENBEI, 31. U i /

Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Thie inew f irmn of policy o*f 'Th Miutinl l.ife Ini-iranciii, (C'iaiany of
New Yoirk. Richard A. M31(cCii url. Pret-iE nt. pl)roviil-:
First he'li SE('I HI 'Y f S:;1il .. .T1.1:;7 of a;i-ct-.
S i-l- ( )FITA HL.E INVESTMENT-
ThirdI -LIIBERAI. I,()ANS TO TIIE INSIREDI).
E xtvw ti,,' tril i l l- "::;i in r :n' cf |l: ,-,.

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CECI L WILCOX, G neral Agent,

J.- 1 'ONVILILE. FLA.
WV. (. C'III1PLEY, AGENT,
PP.TSAC LA. rFLA.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

*--OF T HE--L

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


DAVID EDREHIeRNtITl' \iT'5 Af 1)1.N


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Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
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<'f I>ay (,r Ni.:t.

Fish and Oysters in All Style;.

Nick Apostle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
Dealer in
Bieyeles and Bieyele Sun ';ies.
Agent for Rambler. Cleveland and Racc.le
Bicycles. blx Years experi-nce in KRe-
airing of Bicycles, Casb Rgi-t,-rs.
typewriters. Guns, Etc. Keysv male to
fit any lock. Etc.
11 W~MM# itwM- 0 f'


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

.--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--O .


KREUGER & KUGELMAN,

*=WHOLESALE QROOERS.--
AN ENTIRELY FlRE-H AND NEW STOCK OF FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED (GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
xrvy Our >oldon flooco Bloxur.
Sale-roonm 132 >;4 E. (iovrnmenut troeet.
Warehou-e. Cor. Tarragona and Cli;u-c!. Streets.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


C URES WEAK MEN FREE.

SA C.ve Fat.-' r", d N d A dd T an Doyle'sY
:re r.,:->t ;ve. I Send Neme and Address To-day---You Can


Easter Monday


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Vigorous for Life.


INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME.


AhRMlORYY HLALN AMtE'S


Chipley Light Infantry.


The Chipley's Intend to Make this BHll the Bijget Sacc- of any
they have heretofore given and will spare no ,vxpelnse to that end.

Admission, Gentlemen 50c Ladies Free.


"THE OLD RETTYTARTW,."


I- l. lMuller,

Choice Family G aroceries,3



Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


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SO METHING NEW

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ft...,, h i- cd aei% r1 M .1 ',, A w th at 1,114 t h if k

,Ianvk, f~or vtour- )f rv',rviit dat--. 1 have
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top trwticle in 1 .01. !u- ;)eflthi e' r4 r' pt at
di~rvvite'd and c-al truthfully 'say it j-, a beei;
',- .i- k imen. I wit g'v-*4 tly itupro,% ed
izo~. "tre<'iith illdvid %'ecr.-
A ll e''rr iere pee nie.Ie ici.- I.- !n clly C I ~ ~
tin[. ineiti.od m p:ait 'ea~i'led -u%--iuple.. Tili
rI'ciript I(, fr--- 'f-r vlie askiniz a:;.! he wa ii:1)e
t-very rmatn to have it.


J'o yttar~ant ine Ag:ain%4 ( j~laqreP. E R'.D C 'A 0 0IV C OIatAT I ME.
A t- it\. -0,1A pril TW If-l th o fI i iu ide I ;uo' '* 1.841 n i k I M ar-
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in * x c': tu i 1, Iw l mains fr mcn ('alif or n ~ ..e ..6 ,,tr miW:4 t hl A t 'i i'
f a ~ qe e~a I t'1 t.he L 1e U l'e ii(' pla g U'iie if th q u 'xi'i4*;. W ,-i8: .o'. e i t--ie::ier
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2 I' ', 'le tt o f S t -ek e t .'n1ii et
~~ N 1EMI1 r: the captain. own-
I-'- rnnr c i.ig of theo Brit
-c aiivndcen will be re~po"-
vA~m%%CO~mz.A. a s ;10--fUr deblt@ c.ontrocted by
Um'gt6 ....iai VU InAM* s V tl~e cr'ow of said 1~~-. uA'(D.


N%- ter,-t'ale u f.. .-l. lo-etriiod tint lit& was in
jail. Aeinijtalieil li bya 11miniter 'Miss
t,'ani: ein m r'., eain'.d t., tliC Je sinm e w h ere
-he in, t ii,-:- 1..ve-; and(It le-. marriage ('tre-
t~opnC ivAI-erzic utel.
The bride reqjuired tl t a heetel. while,
thek g re c ilt ie-tu ru t2'l to h ij.% c ell1 to CIII)-

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If y o u irr le i l n C t t l..-1fl. te ll
hill)ttoeze th'-!i.

:1~~~ eOI.eb' diAlpinie ~.tat
fityC, Ijt- Cac''. 3t N%7!. ze


COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.v 0

Harr .1/('11 tried Sicans,
Downilow-.'It isthewhite.vt
alm'sicecte-st rm Me dincri-
01 /1 M ft 1,4114. I'll, ba /- (F
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PeIll S-11c, /vIl 'drstfle (Ifid

Try Iblidom-'s Giner
.1(,'e: hi-.,,l 11aters
on. thi, wark, f. ctitial to MI-
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502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
1ra1a3p3nLc>3tx4o 34393.

EV'Patrons, New and 01d, are Cordially Invited to Viit and Inspect
their lininecsfe Stock.


TIME TART.R.

LOUISVXLLE AND NANHVILLE JRj4TT-1%,OAD-
IN EFFECrJANUARY

No. 2. No. 1. No. 3.
12:4fo noon 11:24) p in Lenve Penf;scola ..... Arrtve 4:15 p tit 7):(N) a in
1--, p In 12:50 night Arrive .-Fiontaton Arrive 2:4--) p in 2:35 a in
4: 1:.1 p I it 3:05 a in Arrive .. .... 151obile ..Arrive 1'2:.ro4 noon 12:20 night
-:x) p lu 1 7.40ft fill Arjive-New 4 irlemns ..Arrive 7:.% a in 7:45 p m
e,:(Iu p In 6: 10 a in Arrive-Montgoomery. Arrive I 1:21u a in 9-.30 p in
f;:Nl a In 7:10 p m Arrive .... Nashville Arrive 2:21 a tit V;W a in
1-1.23 noon 2:;W a ni Arrive --- Louisvillt ..... Arrive 10:121 p m a tit
4:46 1) tit .:416 a in Arrive .. -Cirf-Innati Leave 6:4.5 P ill 11:110 p in

jsx;,.rwzz;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 21. No. 3. i N, 0. *2. X0.22.
11:5.5 night :Lw) a in .................. Penspotas 1) 111 #',:30 V 1.1
1*2:5*4 night 7:38 a tit Mi-ton L) Tit p Ill
4:(3 a tit i io:Lpflo a in 10tj-'uni:tk Spr.rigs -:6c; to Ill 44, p ill
#:(11 Iff, KI 10:34 a tit 4 h1pley 1) Ill 12:57 p tit
7:101 a ni 11: 15 A ill if o"ll
12.tk5 noon II-ver June"I )n p A
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Ti: 011111L ID-ITUK


DDelmonico gotel and Restaurtant


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CHICHESTER'* ENGLISH
THE
YR YAL PILLS
F,"N 0 Mal 71m tiny C"Jes sm superior
4Al
CHlflH*-ZrFMVS k;LL1111 te Balum &*of ikCo*b%
:1 Kru &4 1 Gold SL*Wlsc b"lee -ea
iThbl-,eribhon Takessoolber. Keru-c 0--bels? and bjwUma
twits.
or u-t 4e.- neyc in48hm=tbe@
= :dWi. ma wi
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ventl'a this a. Me&&@" gqswu PHILA.. le.-k.


Apo CURE YOURSELF!
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a" to 11trusm" of ut u u
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Sold by DrumbbI&
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3aid about 50) pairs of
long leirged, xt ort legged,
slim, fat, pusily, bow
legged, straight leirged
all sortP of legged gar-
ments., as they got out of
the boxes and up outts
our clothing tablete.
600 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many. but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollar.-4 a pair,
(V()()d cassimi-re pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassimere
ra n t Some are two.
threu and fmir dollar..a a
pair. .4vs)d worted vants


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lisin6 purposes-fi) sound

cheap. 11ehuyloodpants,

pants that are made of

good goods, pan ts provided


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BROOK, PRIVATE wro,,,-i HARLDIN Soun -sIASH.
VERY FINE; P'RIEDNIA N'S CF 1.1-'.BRAI ED OLD Pit' VATE
sroCK, 12 YEARS 01,I); OLD SILK VFIXET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERl,*I,:(-1"11-)N OF Pumn', AND
IMT,14 OF (),mmz BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT Ill-,'101IT
TO '%IF:N'1'1()N.

I)W'*rhe Lar-pst and BH-t St-11--eted St,)ck of B-pttlo Whi-k.v and
Win-s fill. Family Use.

THE JUG TRADE IS OURIMAM SPECIALTY.
for thf- V;iyums P.th-t Milwaukf-p. B#,r. Fr,,,. Df-liv-
ery to every Part of the


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Solid as a rock. plain ior fancy pat-

t#ru- for S2---,O that will keep ati able

bodied man bav uight-; and day-i to,

wear them out in ;i %.-. r. and for

-3.(,o, t,,,w futicy cn-iir.erv

pant-z. Lipp.-I -, :ir.d creased


P. O. I;,,x 1!s,


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HALL &c KLEIN9S


FVUEDA', ,Prop


High-Grade


Liquors.


ALL OMERS SERVED ON SH03T NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

Vooms for Rent by the Day, Meek or ]Wonth I

31.1, 312 Korth Tarragoma Stre3t, Opposito Unim Dopot.
0-Teiephone 68.---0
----*;-GEO. WILSON & CO.9.4.-.-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Patnlliz, wir parltr%, it
MUM VERIAB118 R101,1111 UILY. WHOM Ali R11TAIL.


Pensacola. Florida.


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JOHN XcDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AND BIMKERACE
CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.
Loans Plaeed at Reasonable Rates.


Cos


The B!t Devi Town Clitkier,I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.
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THE DAILY NJSW8:
ratTera at the Popt office at Pensacola.
ViF-. es*oond-claas matter.
OrMCK: Pitts Hulldtug." 11 ootb Pals-
bas street. up-4stars.
Pl"BLIdHEtK BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
'Trms-lnwariably in Advance.
O Y Tear by Mail .........
Tar- Moatb- -
Oise Month "1 '
Own Week, by Carrl-r. Payabt"e Monday 1-1

THE WKCIK I.Y NEWS:
PublshMed every Friday at $1.1 per year
fr4age free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Adertisinfg Rtes Frnwished on Applicaticn.




Thi paper sonM te with the
IM AEITISIMWN CO.,
aadiagi. St. Pal. Minn.. where
i drertiters and others nar-
e tmme it wher estimated wil be gives,
601e0- for GENERAL AODVRTI61NQG

FIIBAOOLA. APRIL 12. 1900

As automobile club in New York
bha begun a campaign for a govern-
meet appropriation for a hard road
from Boston to St. Augu-tine. Such
an enterprise would be a truly ex-
cellentthing-for the few million-
aires who are able to indulge in the
luxury of -ix-hundred-dollar auto-
mobiles. Odinary people who d-
not and cannot own these expensive
luxuries are expected to willingly
pay taxes in order that the elect nmay
enjoy themt-elve-.-
IN the Penti-ylvalia state demo-
cratic convention last week t!.e i6l
delegates of that state to the national
convention n w'ere in-truct+-d for Bry-
an. subject to the unit rule. and a
change Iy a majority of the delega-
tion. A formal platfoi m wa- adopt-
ed. but it nowhere insists upon the
readoption of the Chicago platforin.
Or the revival of the 1f to I issue of
ItW. It declares for a tariff for rev-
enue only, for free trade with l'lrto
Rico and for other -ound democratic
doctrines.
t UI'ITEI, STATES DISTRICT J.I'I")E
AIIl)ioN BROWN, of New York, who
ignored the indictment found by the
U. 8. court at savannah against the
alleged "pals" of Oberlin M. Carter.
and turned the accused loose instead
of ordering their removal to Savan-
nab for trial under the indictment.
has realized the necessity of ex-
plaining his extraordinary decision,
and has rushed into print to do so.
Part of his explanation. clearly ex-
hibiting his tender feeling for the
accused,'if not indicating a more d -
rect interest in their personal wel-
fare. i- as follow:
The reported surpris' ant anger on ac-
count of my d-ei-ieon. ha s%. in iny minil.
LOtbing more lack of thi-m ihai a pa--
si.onate foeeing d(oli n 4sou. t hi iat th y
would Ilk- t, tak, thl.-.e inen >,* the lneck
and hustle th-nm ,i f t,) trial ldown the-r,-.
Tbere l a f,.eling that they are bswiiin lefiI.
and should b..- Ihr,) o lht to trial thtire at
cnce. wh,'re tl e l- itnl8'* sst-IfIt n-t :g,- i a,


A Cl-an Campaign.
In the campaign for county otic--
just ended, THE NEWS flad 11) fa-
vorites to reward and LO f.es to de-
feat. It -stood for the winners, in a
fair race. The- race h-1s ht -n f,.ai
and time winner- are all egood men
and will make good officials. That
is what every voter dr-ire--. and i-
what every citizen should he re--
joiced to see. While there- :nu-t be
personal disappointments iiin t-very
such contest. the disappointited olin-
are not ene*-mnies but friends, arid
tiey will prove tlIeir loyalty to the
party and their abili:y to rise above
mere plr~onal coii-ider1%tin-,. icy
giving a cheerful and entl,usiastic
1-upport t tIm- ciot-eti statndar, bear-
er ofth.e part-.
The fact t!,:mt the calr.i:ii .. l-


t:uough a clo- an:td heated one, li:,-
itroulghout b-i- cle" a1 :ma i oai!!-
able to all c. ti,,n i s, is ,,. ; e,-t
.ratif% ii_ to tea i !t fri.--td ,,- el :;i ,f t
candidate, -. -it. c---- !l .mad nll '-
'e--.-ful. N. re 'ni nt. 1 tte: I1.e-
,or per-otii:a! I ,,I :._- w ill i r,--'a : i :i
affect the fin'a! celie-t- in N.,iv, m .li .
lEvery no~)i [ t wtll ;"he i I ** .
% ,te *if t '- .crf y. lland t!,'- ; i I;
. ,les; wall Iee tI c w< ,-! i u r lives o(f ti'- ( I>'ii dell.: r;r.t y ,1t I'--
t'am bia c<'nicr*v. :.ild i It 4-f -::iy -e .-
:ion or fact-':on tl .r, of. Many ,of
tho4e chlose---in -fa':. i''i-arlF all <'f
t!ieni--h.:ave h -.en ;i!re, idy tr #.d and
Te-ted: he-nce- tht, ir -a(cre--- in the
rt-s. it e-ll ttet. As ,fli'i, -. t!, -y
will bt-' a- td otancd : i fti.lifmi 1tt
:heir ri-pt-, c.tia e- U-t- a- iL--y LaV;y'-
been. No i,,ore coul't be wm1-l1-d of
them.
Another fact which r tiect.- li.ih
credit upijn the democrats ,of t:ie
rity, especially. vas the regular, or-
derly and busminess-like manner in
which the primary was conducted in
every precinct. No adverse reports
from the country precincts indicate
that this condition was otherwise
there. No drunkenness or other
disorder. were reported, and the
docket of the police court yesterday
was unusually small.
Tus NEtS" heartily congratulates
the people of the city and county
upon these features of the occasion.
and earnestlv hopes that all future


THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
A Splendid Barbecue and TBaket
Dinner Will be a Feaw ure.
The citizens of Powelton are pre-
paringto give the democrats of this
county a hearty welcome saturday
on the assembling of the democratic
county convention and the-y invite
the public to attend the irrand bar-
becueatud basket dinner which will
be given in honor of the event.
A round trip rate of ho cents will
be given. The train will leave Pt-n-
sacola at 9 a. m. and the citizens- rf
Powelton expect and will be pre-
pared for a large attendance in ad-
dition to the delegates.
A committee of ladies has charge
of the decoration of the convention
hall and they promise all who at-
tend a pleasant day.
Wyer's band will furnish music
and it i- expected that this will be a
grand democratic rally.

If troubled with rheumatism. give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does no
good. One application will relieve
the pain. It also cures sprains and
bruises in one-third the time re-
quired by any other treatment.
Cuts. burns. frostbites. quin-ey.
pains in the side and chcst, glandu-
lar and other swelling% are quickly
cured by applying it. Every bottle
warranted. Price. 25 and Fir et,.
For sale by Hannah Bros. and all
medicine dealers.
KING OF LIAtRS.
Another langhable Farce-Ticket No.
1174 Won the Priz,.
The Peter- comedy company
-cored another success and played
to good bu-inte- last niL'.ht in the
production of "King of Liar-."
The spefcialti(s were very good
and received bountiful encore~.
Pliil Peter- as Judga Hu-sel made
a tine justice of the peace and over
hil- head hung a sign "*Jame- R. LanI-
druni's court."
The dre-su pattern w.ts won by Mi-s
Fannie Maieely after callintt ,ti;t
about thirty or more nunmber-.
A grand minstrel bill will be put
on tto-night and no doubt but what
the opera house will be crowded. In
this performance the g:ils wiil lit
'u-pend+-d in swings. The S-pecialty
wurk prouis-es to be fine.
lDo dozen Scriven's Patent 'la-tic
earnm drawers at (;o cent- per pair. at
W hite'-..


(Gtumlao Supper and FiMh ('houader
The Frauen-Vtrein of the German
Lutheran church will give a gumbo
supper and fl-h chowder at the Mer-
chants hotel on Tuesday night.
April 17. at s o'clock. Tickets feor
gumbo tor chowder are for sale by
all members of the Verein and at the
Merchants hotel. price "_'5 ce:t-.
POI.IC; COutir.
.1 hn Htegers and Chas Johnson Fined
on the Samne Charges.
There were four cases before May-
or Hilliard in: the police c ~u>.: t!.i
morning. of which one wa ~- c..tin-
ued anid one disc> arged. TI.e fine-
amoullnted to f12.-,,i.
John IRger-. charged with cur-inSg
land abi-inz F;izaih(-ih R ager-, wa.-
fln'-d $7 -O'.

filled $5.
The caP o(If Eva tColje-in: i. ,* :ir-,,,i
with a--a'ilt. w.:ic!: wi- c,:'n :imu di
fre(m ye--t-d l iy. wa- a-:;ii:i c(oh: iI i.-d
until to-intrruw.


Clot!int ) that iQ tail,;,ed ho,:-t:y
and ta:',roughly at White"-.
A QUIET WlEDDING.
Mr .1. M. Ackern a and .Mis Eli/.*-
I Ila Pinney United in Marriage.
Mi-s Elizabeth Pinney and Mr. J.
M%. A-kerman were quietly wedded .,"
t te rectory of St. Kathel line's church
Tue-day evening. Rev. J. I. Bick-
ne ll. otiiatiig. There were noi card-.
anrd the friend. of the couple kia w
,,,tlhinzg of the marriage until after
til. ceiein)y. TH E NK E jiln-
th!iir niai '" trinc- i- in he-.trty c ,i-
. ratcuilat ailt :. r
I-a >o o;i i f i l teIe - ,t ;ii ;v' "- --
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W E11l: ';NCING.
For th,. next 1,i days A. J. Wat-
kin- ill ord-r ornailnl-at-l wiret
lfe'cinr :at such low prices it will
-urprise everybody. You can have
any kind. from 2 feet to 4 teet high :
or you can get tlie best and cheete-t
iron fencing of all kind-. Wh-i
you desire fencing of anv kind don,
leave your order at Win. Jo)hnson &
?on't' for me and You will -;iv-
nmoney and get first-class guaran-
teed work. A. J. WAIKINS..
13mmlm.
NUTh': lO. lPER POUND.
Jacoby has 5th, to 600 pounds of
Italian Chestnuts and Choice Hazel-
nuts. which lie is offering, to close
out, at lo cents per pound. Tatf
T't, nk ibeest a -erive. .e.I-Iav ee n t


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Grand as the thunder of Niagara is the universal song of the cured

that Hood's Sarsaparilla is, ,
AMERICA'iS GREATEST, BLOODiMEDICINE
Hood 's purifies and enriches)the blood as nothingielse ,can.\


CO.NFEDEIATE REUNION.
Appointment -f sponsor and First
Maid of Honor.
A Marianna dispatch to the Flor-
ida Times-Union and Citizen says:
By the courtesy of Major-General
E. M. Law. the gallant commander
of the Florida division of United
Confederate Veterans, and ef Colo-
nel Frank Philips, assistant adju-
tant-general of said division, both of
whom are ever zealously active in
perpetuating the cherished memo-
ries of the Confederate cause, Miss
Annie Louise Baltzell has been
-elected as sponsor, and Miss Annie
Louise Guvon as her first maid of
honor fur the reunion of the Florida
division), United Confederate Vete-
-anQ. at Pe isacola, on the 26th and
27th of A*-ril.
Miss Bal z-ll is the daughter of
Mr. G. A. Balthz Il of Marianna. and
f er lumany years past the tax assessor
oJackson county. Miss (uyton is
a daughter of M:. Moses Gayton of
Mari.~ana. clerk of the circuit court.
The former of the-e gentlemeni was
a member of the Fifteenth Coinfed-
erate cavalry. department of the
gulf; the latter was a boy soldier
throughout the last year of the Con-
federate war, in the Fifth regiment.
Georgia R-serves. McLaw's divis-
in. Hardee's corps. Both have
honorable war records, having
fought gallantly in -everal ut the
important battles of the w:ia-.
For sponsor and maid of honor
certainly no more eminently appro-
priate selection could have- be-en
made from among the many fair
daughters of old Jackson than is 11-
lu.-trated in the honor confe-.rred on
these two refined and chaining
young ladies. A;s retresentative- of
the best society and traditions of the
Old South. right worthily and grace-
fully will they bear their honor, and
in a manner that will win the en-
thusiastic approbation of the good
people of the State of Florida and of
the Confederate veterans of Florida.

Circuit Court.
The case of H. Baars vs. Tle Pen
sacola Land & Lumber Co.. Price &
Pierce, et al was terminated yester-
day evening by a verdict for the de-
fendants. A motion to exclude the
evidence of plaintiff was granted by
the court and the jury was instruct-
ed to bring in its verdict accord-
ingly. A new suit was begun to-day
by the same parties plaintiff against
the same defendants for $5,otii dam-
Thie ca4e of C. G.-i-mar v. the
Pensacola Electric Terminal Ry.Co.
is on trial to-day, being a -uit for
$1. NA) damages for injuries su-ta.ined


MARSHALL DAY PROGRAM.
Arrangements C'onmpleted For Celebra-
tioI In February, 1901.
NEw ORLEANS. April 11.-William
Wirt Howe, chairman of the committee
of the American Bar association on John jfl
Marshall day. announces that the day
will be celebrated on the Feb 4. 1901. in
the city of Washington in co-operation
with the Bar Associatitn of the District
of Columbia.
There will be a public meeting, at
which the chief justice of the United
States supreme conrt will preside, and
at which the president has prom-
ised to be prestnlt. The oration will be
delivered lby tht. Hon. Wayne Mc(Veagh.
formerly attorney general of the- United(l
Stare, and minister to Italy. The pro-
gram als- included a balnquft in the
tv'ling alnd it is al'0o exIKc'ted that i
on the same day the-re will IN- local cele-
brationib lay the lbar a--"Kiation- of the
liftfertit -tatts aiird ternitotric; Thie har
asoc-iati ,n Ief Liuiman: lias al-ready ,ir-
ran ,-.i1 i toe have a c!;i Il:atiI a l tr'm r- ame
day


\V..A. Nea'l Is Acquittedl.
C( T --MIt.\, (. .\'n' II.-Th first
of the ca-, s '12aig -r ',C ln-, l Ne-al, for-
In'er .-t:p)Ilntte*'le, 't f the penitc,,tiary.
that for bre ac'lhi t nt with fraudulent
inteut ai'd i .,vi :ici lre'ny, ended last
night, th jury 1,t::igng in a verdict of
ij)t g1umlry T 'ii ,l'f,-iso put up n) wit-
nesse.'. A -sinibir -*ase has bee-n lno!
pri-,os-al. Today Neal is on trial e ,r
niisap!;rliriaiii;n state funds in several

Fine furniture in summer
styles, including" Wicker
rockers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is com-
plete. Don't buy anything
in furniture until you have
seen Marston 4' Finch's
stock.

We are doing a big business, 'and
it is no wonder. Why shouldn't we?
There is no particular mystery about
our success. We always have the
right goods, the right service and
the right prices, and these always
win. We emphasize the honest treat-
ment feature and sell to sell again.
White's.

AN ORDINANCE
T", he Entitled an Oidinance Ilelating
to the Erection and Rllpair of Cer-
tain liuilding within the Fire IUin.
its oftl he City of Pen acola.


ill getting o:1 on of the colmipa nv Be ;t )rdalned lby the Mayor and iountcil of
cars. Liddon & Eagan for plani,. i!ff; the CA:ty of Pie'-ia etla:
BlIunt & Blount for defeldat,.t. M -et). 1. lTta wch -ve .r Ithe own..r of
nvj lilt. nlth thl- tire InIit-4 of tre.- ci'.v itf
l'ri t. I'r-,lhdeut Ite \ I-it (Charlestorn. i leII atpily fir l-ri- .-t ,i- ll ti e-r<- pt ilin Rig a bio t ,ti' ., eeir lilk.- IltilhlinLg. !itiv-
(' x -r .\, April 11 It lht I-i.n i a < .-ii friiin-, and teo l ,t tlir.:Iy <'-'v-
.r.Li. a.,ly de.,,r- in ., i ih t r'r,-.e .ut r, i, v tin. /l:- r h-- tie t Irtlei. er i.h-n
T-r d ,leVe-I a Tht ,,etW lltl ee l ,it'," i t I |Ih11 ,1i1.9-, (f
M3c K iill-y w':11 1'-it 1 i1:trl.--r..u fltX ere!.i (tl w il.mii -a t(I litnls.- all ,i,|lipv fir
,h' 1 p hi ..it] to repair tl)- 'aniI-. the' tHonl t
July. ,during fit, s..-i.', i t ti t.:t,-h'rlrs i of I':l.ih Work-ofthe-city thull haviu ai-
coi'.ve.ntion. Frank i iN-i!.. wfVle thioriy tto f-ralt p-.rin--ion to-ucn ownclr
w lth .li M iy,r .,yttim. vt-it .-d \W .h'in:,gt te +.r(,t or re.-airsuch hu cim.nw
Sv n eC.2. :!That itanyv per,,on who -h'al Iree t.
.tl li Ir'_Ld th :rt,-id,* lt ti <'',:ll e toi or rpelpar. or atterlpt to **-iet --r refp ir,. aivy
(.',tarl.**.t ni. .tat-- thlat )lr-ic \lel It .i-- ut'li t.uLldIn WR withoe t tir-t hat-vin otiltine-d
Kiilehv t<,ik kl ,ilv to tht. invit i a:tln inwid I ,ri -it-li, t so t o1 I t"oin h if .- BontIrd (of t'Put)-
-]I e i Kl'llle I;t l> i li rkl. ,ili | l th p| ii 'htI-d by a 1till. l- Inet
prl -el tlhe p u r that he- \ald ex- i...iu :). or by uimprisoniti'ent nott --
, 1f'i- e i'n'c 1 \ i'-LIai t :i'i t -i,--' e lo c.--edlIlg 'cdSy( I
e,'( . :e. TIhai t iv i ill ordi-i:tncpl. 1 (1d tiart '"f
seizurte of Tobaccio. rdi nanc-. iin co)niii l Nt it anly pitx -lon
hvreof ee aul- I IC aiic- ire lirh -r,.-hv ic' piled.
S \ F l" :\'f !-(e .\ ril] l .I Fl-v.- hIttl- A.t--t: I. M. s i I .i It -., -I tf t:2 t t.it, 'av .t . I vMayo r.
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tw- ai-c -: i c ~ b ~- c --I J W i M n 1 IN T T O N Ic
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To lie Tried For Embezzlement.
R.UI.EI;H, April 11.-At the upprmcah-
ing term of the federal coure here two
inegro postmasters are to be tried for em-
lezzlement.
New Slpring Manhattan Shirts, at
White's.

The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at


ca-e- of indiz-retiaon. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
strong: and it ,ives one who is all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pen-acola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim feor it. One dol-
lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol-
lars. Try it. It is made in Penna-
cola hv i)r Philin E. Hannah. For


2- cents will psy f r
ed ti-on of the Jaik-,
lis. a larse sh or 12
now until Nov. lt .
and $2.,') will pi y
Jack-onville M.,tr,;.
un'il Nov. loth. f.-r c
only. The obj-ct .
lelled offer is u, gav.-
Ilorida u lhance- -
the new- o t!h- c :
campaign at ,xtr- m i
alio to make tht i,. ".
with the leadi: fr.!r
Bryan new-paip-r i:
cartoon- are al,>:- w,.
Money.


JIilli*m 0_Io on & So0.




Our 20th Year at i

go Present Location!


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SFOR EASTER.


Shirt Waists.


Embroidere-d White Wai-t-. 7.'>.
$1.00. $1.25"> to $2 54..
Misses' Wai-ts.:4ic to $1.oo.
Colored Waists. 45e to i;9c.
Silk 'Wa.i-t- for $3.!i.


Skirts.


Whito Pi(que. Embroidered. F4.
White Duck. T7ce to $.5).
Gelletea Applicued, in New CoIl-
ors. $2.-50 to $.5.0.
Black Brilliantinc. Box Pleat-
e( .,(I, $ I.
Novelty (God)(s in Black, $3..'i.


Millinery.


We are Showitg a Nice Line of
Pattern Hats at Low Prices.
Bunch Violet., Roses, Dai-eys
and Forget-me-Nots at lIc* a
Bunch.
Latest Styles in Sailors at oic.
75c and $l.iouJ.
Hats Trimmed on Short Notice.


French Caps.
Suir Sping Lin,- N,.\
t <':i.
Lawn ULat; :a.i| ;
( '.ildr'ni.

Clothing.
i'in,- T.,ilorn 'itf, S9;:'- "
at $1).k to ii (,on.
Youth."' smt.. Lr:
$7 )0 to $1i.im
F-ine Pant-. *J.'> t,
maide H.t-.

Straw Hats.


;spec(-ial in
Specials in


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Shirts.
1] K> D[ >, .- II (f lntt' ;,l;:-. -
$1.S;l each.
.d I).7n Boy-' Shim :-.
'-ach.
Shirt Waists for Hy- :*
without Collar-, '<- to o,1e *


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New Idea. Patterns


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10 cents each.


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1NEB 1 COODS;1

Displayed on Our Coiinters Facb Wte!



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J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
--Manufacturer-p and i D .alr- i;:-


iCarriages, Buggies, qWagons andj Ir.ilv.


"- Repairing Attended to Promptly.


oi EAs'F GARDEN iSTJ.


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Tg-- IT'S ECONOMY !Y

Our REFRIGERATORS are Guarar,t I to, K
and take a lower tempe-ratuir+e thati any other omn th l- ni. rk'.
They have an Ab'olute DRY Alt I'tROVISION CIiA.MN
Warranted Ab-olutely < )d,'rless.


S .SOur Ice Cream Freezers! '
WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN :'. MINUIE-

W"Prices- o Higher than for I-fe-rior makes. Con- m : .
plain them to yeu.


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s THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


THE WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA..
W.U Equipped F'or'etUnder' lierru
lurades Costa RMen.
Ki'-OST0%, Jumaica. Anil ]I .-Ad
vi'es i'ef'-iveM hiwt r' birding th" i,- ig

bia~n ts.- il 4.ir'h !-i-ran-thit rTi- #x

Amt-ine'&n Jurt atid w-Tit a-!ik-c"' ii-.t
David. a t-m-n -.itu a Iv.rd'-c-Limil -t-:
elainiocl by P i th .-oia H' *: t awl jA-


7-he' -x.P1 it-i nr-.ii-d hiad. r l(r' tiP~:
Hervi a IbI I ,lT. ".u !-P 2tI ll., i
thas i--. l *uta] i. ,1 nt.4 1 IDri'. t. itIX


Th.-UItin *I1 .uit tu ru Ptii '- h- 'pi
~i~hte 'i'-. -. ~ rn'h--arr. q*d t-i(e'
ii-'(itip-in t-w 1il;!.8t Irn :, Ot. NIT .ia~
ki'llW A AI 7. 1-.
Killed"1tv\ I ruici t ar

tr .i.'k\: Ai.:. .ti L I Il' Ia *'It


R (2P0It.A B \V'~ .*.44-
at, n- 1 Th-C 1 Ar- .LTl- r

N~ci~. A' 1% 'A: -- L. PI:I-A !.'r


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*,ar. 'T'ie'?'- i- ''ml mle 4ai 'I
deafn.'-c-!. amnd t!;i-L i- bhy (Pi!I-:tim-
tiomial rvine'd It-. I t-a fit.-- T (it ai~i-d
by" all immlatii.'d vmiI(iti'.T '1iofii., !,III-


rig. amid w'ie'-n it i- 0em1irt-lu'i I -
I~efn=-'=tit,. -e'- lut duumtl.-,.-
the infiatmmati-stie tau blo ~taken iout
aud this tidoe rt~oid o its I'!ii mal
condition. lif-ar-itg will be dtde'troy(-el
forever: fiiine cas'-P out of t,-iti rp
caused by catarrii, which i isotl.imxg
but all latlatisd eoiidititi 4)fthle
mucoutm rurfarer..
We will give O0mw Hundrod Dollars
for any e'a- of D~eafn~ess caused by
catarria tOat (eatmot luthe-cure-a 1)3
Hall'sCatairrh Cur*. '.eu i fo~r cir-
cola"s; fret--.
IF. J. C('HI. % FN. '&- Co.. TI'ld o. 0
tRold by' Drmagists, 75c.
Hall I l. Fnily Pill" tart- the be!-t.


llules f.- [Len:.
All the faithful who have com-
pleted thi.r twenty-first yeal anu
who have not begun their sixtieth
year, and who are not exempted fr ,in
the obligation of fasting by -icknPs.,
hard work **r other w. II known re-m-
tons, a.reobliged to f -t ,on all tlhe
delay of L.-ent. -c#-pt tunti.t1.yv.
On those day- but on- fuil rn*al i-s
-allowed, which -ihounlI :. t I)e taken
before 1noon..
Cuttolm :tlLow. a Pt:p ,f c,,oT.-,. tea
or thin chocolate. lanId a '-ill il pi-ce
of bread or a 'rack,-r. too ieP taken in
the mlrniiirn and il the 4-venini,. a
collation, not -excte-ediTng the fout th
part of ran ordinaryry mne-.i. i aall.we-d.
At this c',,i tion. tirutt-r. ( :-e-e.
milk,eg'- a4nd all kirn.i- of fruit.
flsh and vei-rtabl-- are allowed.
When tht- lprinmip.dl Inpl-: ( anil'
witmltmlt t!ravp i;:'iiiv'1iii-11i('c t hei.
take12 at tiision. it I- i r diil-- l!,, too
take the (c llation in the!. mll irniit
and the dilelr inm the -vetiing
Abstinence Ir ia enjoined on all tht: \e-(Idn -day-
lnad Friday- if l[,'tit and on thi- s.:t-
turday of Emntrr Wee-k and ot: Holy
Saturday.
lThe u- of lard i- ;tl'iw-J in eok-


Fish and fl--h are not allowed at
The samw iweal. '.v.-tl oit Nmnday-.
Eg.. cheese, nilk and butter may
be used every day. but .tbs-tino-enc-
from all ff theee 1. recoinmmende-d ion
*'ood F-iday.
Permses eKemptid from Thte obli-
*ation of fs tit:L a-e not bound b:.'
t" re-trit'tion of u-intg nit-it but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat is p e-imtted by di-pen-
,ation.
Childie'i ov-r ovin yv-ars of ail.'
are bound by the law of abstinence.
saless excused by aickne-s or other
The paschal time,. in which all
Catholics who have colIme to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy comtmuniona worthily. ex-
tend. from the flr.t Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren over <*even years of aye are
bound by tilhe- pre-ept of annual con-
feec.orin. Pol-toir- atld pare-nt- 'lhoinldl
wse that the children comply with
thi- Juty.
The holy -e.ist of Le,-nt is "i time
of praiv'-r. i.lf ,-rrow foi -Ill. ot -etlu-
ujon from tihe world anl1 it.; anu-inn .-
meats. antd if e-ie-roius almhi-.iviiig
Bly a .-p-ci;al i'lfni t ,r-t.tt-d to the
bishops of the 'United St:ites for ten
vyesar. datinfr friomn Mar h .1). I",i.'
working peop.lev. who, c'antit ea-il
tds.erve the ceolnion law of thl-
church. ar- di-pen-ed from the- oi-
ligation ,It ;:b-i'iii"mne e eil id vay f
tlhe y''ar *-x-' Ipt Il' |:c', A-li
W'dne-da;y. Holy \VWe-k anil Chrisit-
tina-& Ev-. T'i i- i|t-pfws tini il,.-
lot Xt frt.,in t!)e :p llit!t:lti l )!
li-.ationl of fa-tt.i'. whirte -tur 'h t x-
iSt-. Li',r doet it 'tit:horiz7. thl, U-; of
fi-ti a idO -tie-1 .:t t'it- *. ll, nli^ Ial. It
.,ilude-. tlwi.ver. nie't itilv th, itiii-d
vidul.:l wokti li-tn ll \vti- favor it; i
gr'anite'd. but all tihe t)-mln-r- ,of t!!hir
fai-l; li- t- w ,.ll I i r, till i it I- ex-
I--ct0 d t',,i tnlo 1 w ti.l :;(v 1il tl-tilt-
-*iv'e- I tt i- It lit lt i ill 1-;,i-.tvor tio
'nt-r nut" t,-0 -piti t of l!* hio \ -s#a
S0inOt ..* ut I voluiit fav : t ot ,if lleor-
tiflcaMt ll. li ia an -ail a lnd nit-.iviit. A
ItIoi t ir':.t tle-uwo tly nCi-tolli i- t'att of
ab'taltiliti duriti: Letnt f uiti -tinIh-
Sint. inl honor ,! t!:- ?.u-. d !!nr't< t
our Oivine Savior.
Thoe whe crnterai;, antiv re:oi I-
tole doubt a(i.'ut t ,i ir ,'lln.ilionl to
fact or abt-tain. ought to apply teq.
their pastor or contfessor for advice
EI.WA Hit P. AI.I.:N.
Blishoip of Mobi e.
Mooile, Ala Feouiary l;. l tio.
A beautiful assortment of r,, and
71 cents spri,.n shirts at W'hite'-.


Memorial Day Orator.
ATHZss, Ga., April 11.-The Athens
chapter of the Daughters of the Confed-
eracy held a meeting and appointed a
committee to make all necessary ar-
rangements for memorial day exercises
Hon. Seaborn Wright of Rome will de.
liver the memorial aldress this year in
Athens. The Athens chapter will con.
fur nearly 2O) crosses of honor upon old
veterans on memorial day
Fire In Onalha..
O\.Am i. April I1 .-The tranIp.t'tion
building on th.- Trans-Missis-ippi expo-
.:ition gro.un(d-i wa- destroyed by fire to-
day. All their r .trui-tur.s have been
turn do,wu by the wre-cking ,'Piipany,
but this, the lhtrwst structure had lteien
pre. ervedl to heus- the workmniin who
havy- b,',n eniplovt-d liv tlht wr,-.k.rs. It
is' n t kin.,wn hliw the tfir. -tartEd
( onait national .Aimictelndmnt l'iiht.
R M.F.II,, Apnil lr.-Sx..akinii ,f trh,
er :l'-til 'i'tu ill;tl i'IlIniii 'Ii t ti l'. W altrtr
II. N .'.a !i:ilr''i in t .he stan:', ,e 'rl ii

a t;; i'i. I I i *' i.a.'I lV '** th r.iv
t .. i tl t ;ll t li ir \i ii
| . .,Tt ,i ;.::,. i ;i r i) i lt-n ,t' tti,
h. al., :l ii '1. ;i~ :t!I I fI:: irr i

<|ii. -o. ti' i~l i' \ \'" '1 *.l :1 ih Au u-
\4,*tii ,j' N 'i 1 :" 1 .\t i r v I ) t l i,. ir 1i, :taliu
. -r:ir"-i ; : anr tile' gt l t', l: 1T- u:1' i,, ,ti t the 1ire .-
t lllt'il f It i ligll 4 s1.
a.'. \'a '\\ ;.e I', L.. 'i!rii i 1.-Th o .
cha.innIe. ,,t th S'. .IJ,;: s nv -r fr,,iu

d pt' h o I tf 1 *l iuwn : th, pILt-r y,.ar aind
it'i gt, rn -Tt ihul- lt tlh (irtig**,
Cap- F. ar ito ,-n itu p. D)uvAl "*-unt\y
ha-. Isp<-ut tc,,0;0 ,n imlnproving tho lar-
lxr aud ehta,.l ha l andil the g'vermtent
ap)rpropriati ins lihaiv li,'n -i madquate.
N, h r;,'- t ,.au Innor- can cro- th S t.
Johns bar at lprtse..nt.


Subcribh t-o T : N :\vws oily lDi
cents per we-k.

Hanan S'hoiE.. the late-t Spring
style-,. at \\'h:te'-.
('all Ifr Stale.s t'(c;tention.
Call for a "'tale leem-crtatic eonnv-ttio i to
he he-d at Jacksoitiille, Fila.'i'Tueda. June-
lI,. ItI* ;
The democratic party of the stato of Flor-
ida will hold a -tat ,onvte I i Inn at .lack.'fn
ville on T'Ueidvy. June 1i, at 12, noon, for the
following purposes:
To choose delegate. to rep e.ent the state
in the national dnemocrail ic'onve'nion., to
be held at Kar.n .s 'ity. Mo.. Jniv 4. I450: to
nomluate- candiate-s for the offleo of jov-
erior, one1 Ju.t:"e of thle Supreme C'ourt.
a Plecretary o0 State. Attirney-(woneral.
(oumptroller. Tr*easurer. Superiiite de-nt of
Public lnst ruction. Commntiil-oner of Agrt-
,ulture.a Railroid C 'OmlLsione-r for t'le
term of four yar. foutnr Presid-intlal El.ct-
or% and four alternaet.., to be voted for at
the lxt regular "Ia*:e election., and to
tranbact uch othir 'huJ.ii. is as may come
be'for' the COIlVrlntlUon.
The different c-tintips in the tate will
s,.'nd delegate to the' f>il'iwinig ba-.i Of r'-ipr-sw'I:itiviL: ine dol-
eg te f *r each one hbindrded votes ca.'t f- r
ti- (iit' iditC on thi.' sttt" eIicket w ho r--
eiVedl th he L 4-'t liiitilt) r of vt)tet a t th
ienerfrl election of 1',;. anid one adoitional
vote for the- frittcin i i e-xc'e-- thet-roif.
ilhell it atnount to rifty ,er more. The'
i.' qtil t Ci h h -t!a. e l I -il d iloial r.-p-
r' -fti atlon u.h-io tl C .' 4 'l. ft lhi':p' -t.-i
at til- *'I**'I ,ia f 1l]' in H Vy <"*'.;lity for
,',i' ofut'i '-: e h c 'Ilitl" uw.ile'r ti i- r I
li In- ';t'tli'd tou :*'prr'-*' tialont ..i I'-
lPo, >


Hiradt.'t d
it "art

I Isi-
DL !-.Ctii
I' nt Illt-iii
ti-d totn ri~
14ltl I II to'Ir

lack -i -t

Lee-


Behind the Tlse=.
"This," the lecturer said, throwing
another picture upon the screen, "is a
view of the public highway leading to
the great pyramids of Egypt."
"The 'public highway!'" commented
an auditor in disgust. "The pynuniils
are in the desert. He'll be telling us
next that they have railroads in the
Holy Land andl that one can ride in a
car to tf:, top of Mount Vesuvius."-
Chicago Tribunite.


KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

(LfANSES THE SYSTEMM
_, -EFFECTUALLY,



OVERCOMES

HABITUAL CONST PATON
PERMANENTLY
% brfff10
I ICIAL T
5VT THP
t V. ,0 ru-.t'-co M'r M ?40I
r cMsu EY, AH aOesr P DcPu boi iT L
A CA.'s


Vow rDeves' c ;tile Con vpwvittir
R4 'V(.d. 'Hint ft tlv. io (of tile D en -
'Per~tic pa.Ii V 4-f i'~et In III IC4)Ufittlmj I I uI"t
11'.;'t Rt f'4)%p,'Aeltoal 12j ('c1(K;( 16ilnolil It')-
i ItLhdaytiy f Ap,-1l. NI'.U br Iihe pi, posie f
'"i-ct iiig rooel "o'2) p-r-'zin to) rvprt-eeilt
E-wainluist e('i t pt atthe DIii-t riet I' ,v.n-f
,1i11In t1,IUirIIIkL a caiididairli'fr C n ro-'s
and for t h" u rp.'se of feetit ~in CIWo-..- I1 -
Per~wn8 to repre--ent IFseauiihis citii r'y iht
ih, Si tar" ('onven ttoiniiti'suuchi til e and
1) nfeeta.filmay be 1 '. "by 0'h. f'l. nil-&0., o-
grors%iti('flI ......cei't- .min s~dI~ti'r
I h-"-,r os of sekectinx a Coun Exc u-
t.ve C IIki. ttODL4-e '&--, .unti _vip bucct,-
-or, halrl II #- -iected it. 1WIU.
The prec'net jart- and .tin, i to--eiiflt-ieto
( be- foll~owiti1. r 'pretenitatzumi at said Cou.-

N o. 2. K u p Ir Ia I'!1
No. 3. M iliview 1.
X o. 5, H tr-
No. 7, Pin- Ha rreti
No. '.Crslitiree
No. A nrletr-a .'s~~
No. IW"tlijit 11Hil
No. ,Pn 'ite.sI n'4
N .1 t4I)Me v I ft


N o :.". in.iatoii
C. B.. P-IfK1Imm.
D N3M I fi. ity. huji Jin fl.


tiutil She Asked Him..
"Iwom'ulit b) aytl~iiti,!fur you:" lie



m-indled.
ShowvI he r' ise'frc:i l ii X There
are ~'T: ~ i' '..a f.1 :for-
heiza .-l.olw 'i I k.".". )

MEil iti'AT 14-11,E1' 'sTHE.I. WOULt
a: nf, rZi e- It i- imttJ,'from a;
a -'.-ial OZ IJ i- o-tin-t~v -ythe

~ di.e~-.-%V.A. I )'A1 iL~bt-rts-




1 e fn IL"atnd /11most.Nstill-
i-liline of ruo (Ulad niat-
tin (.'; eret' exv 'ihile' in Peli -
.vq Cola. a t 1111,;vton 'S
Finch's big fin iture otse
At C7. V 'l.iio'iu
C' mie'" di- Nt-Papir. AlAl
Kl IveIop'- toIn a tch
Cambridge Linien arnd Enivelopes.
H urd's Pa rchm e nt.
Invitation Paper aud Envloptes-.
Livien Tablet, z.
Frosted Veluni and Euvelopes;.
Englikh Note; -atin Wovp; Tissu,
Paper; Deiini-on's Cr(epe. Etc.. with
a geuerai assortment of -Atationiery.
C. V. THompsoN.
No. 30o South Palafox Street.

WAITED.-
WIntsd to bey all kiods of Scun
lInd hrultors, Usrchaullc, Ac.
Idnrm 111 142.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OmYTJKS.

Frnits, Candies, Vegetable,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices.
Lor. Tarragona and Zarragossa -t..


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0

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Fuel Gas


-ifnv
po-4 4


Wi I'riI
li i i g I o


I he c'o~unuci j- v i'-1.-vt their do; etate.' in
a ny tit ant! r Uhlh II oAv h-1..-- oi'Pei ed b- I
hiv the pt-''p artoingtOir u:,i the party ()1-
~Ai~az-t 4pu iit, r,,-4m /ii.-,I by I tie Iam- -t m.tte
convenIltio. AlI I-i dj,oeral tire ]itiLedto
pvtrt i~npFt.- inIn !I -i-ct Ou (if del@cmater'
hereto miticLuid nL. C .1' Ao wo hlve hocoin.
q taintflted Ito % otte"i lice I*, I ii-'t elecetloll.
The~chailrmian anod ..er,'topr'v cot each coun-
1v c'.vwtit ion h.ini for tit- purpon-e- of elect-
I ig d~'euzatoeit to the %taste conive-atinn are-
re-quested t-o -"11.1 to Hon. W. A Rawls..
elaitirlilali. Taiiatis-o..eeVail- a writtenflor
printede*opy iof htepro~eedt-iniii of suIch
v-ouInty C)Fisf t Ii-t. t* .v#-Chp-rr ttli b alIistcf
I he nflttri..f)"0!(hti- v("iii LIVexec(ut ive contimi t-
it-o. .InL'Ahieii -i~mldtoohemduisnat,'d the
chairintitn ar4 ae,:tary of TuIi 'ornirnittee.
~.A. IRAWLS,
J1. C. Cotni'goc. Chairtmana.

CONGKFSSIONAti CONVENTION
P(t the Fir~t ("tngreetaional flitpirict
cllt for a de-mocratic convontlnni of the
first Coligrot.!'ional i s-rie'L if the %tate of
I'Aori In. tit be- beId at Taila11baavitee. Florida.
Wod nesday. May 3m'th. A. 111. slte.
The d-mocratic party of the tl r%t congre-.
ioawl di'.LieId Ef t 114 Ctet of Floirida. will
hold a cout:gr'--imal con~venft ionr at Tal li-
haa',ee onl Wedniesday, Mlay 11th. at 1-!
(-*clouck no-i. (. or the purl) me of ile~minat~ini
&a andidsitte for ("'IL ite-'.'.fr'in -aid idi..t r c
tit the ta!t -%. vent)th ci o~uf the- t'v lied
States. t. Ii-vot.-.!for Pit the i" laX C 'd'.ct o:,.
fnI tt rvl i Cfuii-.et u,'h et h.-r bu..ns uo 11-4. i ila'
pe4 II. hef-i rc -9 d t.Oihiat~iln
Tite d tT.'r~zit c ulat .es t it the disit'cit will
ItOlowiri ii bt-l- f lerelp-sco Latbion ; Ine-del -
egal, 1,, i ei'owli I i tte I- cast for Ithe (ar d:-
tnstile ldore.'Ire- in %'.itl 'i-i~LrICalt tf:o eet',-
ftilamlI ilial 4'.pt 'for ttlie fraitcliolltita ee.--
I~~~~~a ni-cn~ihte sh")lo lhiilil't-davilditiontil
-i. .ea.''the vote. for ('((10
g'e'-iiti t -i *n- I at I h-el~ec~tionof
flIiS rule ikill be ,kit!:to rr'lor-"cintatioz
(oilhioFa Ltrmul

It( l k. u til I. -PPr-L!

llI" I,


%A ait ,:tlit 'It I'l
lIti"e Co 'Utit %%tIl .I 'tI!it ;I'-,.t'. I

Y ti~dto pil Jp... t I:-".',-lo
!..%"I 'l '. g tbo e )311% or
I I/t iW-p 34C- 1,
t -.'0*of ~d"p1- 1..p!e11 4'( 4 .1
Vetdto poola:' r IW-t.'1 o ". ci C. '4.0
dI"9' dcu' t'y.. .; Ari* t1'Ial-'-e
,I%+ 11-coi ll j~~ 1~ i1 b Vteg i'i VL
I tit t*!~itW k .rui .It ..nd sti 'I'. iv f 'U iJ .
t e11 % -.iollhed It t-I rt i 'b f -v!- c
,,,I.: ut 4iegat A4I, ; rir.


WE HAVE THE ONE YrN WANT!
Whoth,'r you want aL hbi one,
ka -mill one. n e\pf-Ive' ,r f, 'el'-"p o'i..
We have a r,' at v.ri-tvy for .- orl' rent lTh
hbet iof them are luxurouti. '1 hlie cheape-t

I)WF.I,ING4 I-'O1 ltl-.NT.
No. d. w, findt- Itrf, room-l (.
4 tory I. '".,.I
No. 1hA1 Kte lith '.si '. t.. roomi.. mi East
Hi1ll 1.; i 0
No. :111 % k'.t Ialzua !t raft. 4 roonit, iI
ftory ) .-1.II)
No. inll We.t Holmont '*tr. -t. 7 rooms.
41 Itorv i .. 5.00
No. -- East ohu'ch -tre.'t, s rooms. i1
-tory) near P-'ivuil-e (jut e ..'1
No. 49* EKat basee st re-t, 4 ruoomns,
*tory1 1:2 50
No.912'Wp-t Helmont -ttre.'t.Srootis.i. l
story 11
No. IIll W'IC ('wrviiint-'. %tret, 7 rooms.
(2 story)
Cor. Roun airl L.aKuti stree,, io roonta.
'I storv i I) pI
No. 2:lsou'h .Spi inig stre.t. F room .I!
stor- ) .... .')
No. :).3 North bI IVi@llntrs trrt..1 rooms
I ti ,rv" ) ........ l o. i
No. :xI K.. Intendt.ciTa treet, room..in
I lor' I i
No. 7 Nolirt iorjnCll -l rt-t. .5 romiL-,
'orner (4attd-ln g11 I V1 ill).-, I r,.-n, ..
I -'0' ei
p i 1 ito 7.1(1
steverail you. al It th, i/ l .,,i, r ,; W.'ll.,I . n-
%uring -tr 1'.\e- ,i,.


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REAL ESTATT..
Rental and Insurance
AGENr '.
N I. 1 Soith Palatfx trcep:.
P N.I..'. F.l". \


DRINK [I N BEEK!


Endorsed by ;-il P',.-ili,,'- *l< til-
omily B,-er a ,-'.lutI-a. a e i ;i .idul-
teratioi.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Aeent,


I :E CI3CIQ-
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ALLIGAOR


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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


SSOLE lGNSl FOR


YELL *W'A'l'oNYE X1-T K~'.i-;-,Y.
DAIRY MAID)WHI'-KY.
ATA NTA B"%' Hltwe,%iVl Ntf em'.t1A N N


A. M. AVERY,
easerwoAm 9 er y # w^*-l '
(MPORTEB AND JOBBEB OF

Hlardcware,
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mil and Steamboat Suppiles, Cookirj
and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
Agate a.td Tinware and Houseftrnishing Goodx
Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.


AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Reve.-r Olan.
Stitched Belting. Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftit., & RaP,
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron R ang nd Buck- *-t,-..
and Ranges, Ww. Coupe AOo.'s Raw Hide L.*e Lesther, Maoury's Rsady
Kade i~tir1l4d Colorv.


Masonic Temple,


V. C. BPRI..N .


W HK. H kN4uW1.IEA.


(ah or.


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. U. BRENT.


Alphabet! -aO u- a jc Zhi
p ---it aZ*


A wlt an ANCIENT wlh u-ed
to burn wood.


B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I
J


K

L

K

N

0

P


Q

R

S

T

U

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ia for BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
war the (COAL that he after-
wards bought.
ik the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i- the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
wai, his FOLLY in not using
gas.
i- the GAS George used in his

ii the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
is the INDIAN; he doesn't
use GAS.
cannot uqe it, for J's the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel. ,
i- the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.
i- the MONEY, saved by a
Ga; Range.
is for NOW. thet bevt time for
a chanize.
i-t tho OIF'ER trie C',n1,pany
i a makes.
i- the iPROFIT. d ni.'t mn.ke a
Inistak,-.


4'^yWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Br:taj: -.
Germany, France. AuAsria, Italy. Holland, Mp.'nn, Belgium. .u .
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European oountriew.
glWVessels Diabursed upon the Most Faworable Terms. and t. r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Ie-,
after Vessel Arrives snere.
WSafoety Deposit Boze for Remt in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Renters.





McMillan Bros. Co.


!"Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.




Celebrated McMillan Seamless TupenStine Still,

906M a MOWLaEt, L A.m b i
MOBILEL, ALA.


i. for QI TION:" no THE ORIGINAL -
ti'nti ath THE ORIGINALal


i- tii. .AN(;|' yv,,u s ilim hi
btuy tler," Fail.
i, thel- SAVING y,.i ::..:k, if
y'u l<. b
i- th- TI.ME :,!il TIl l];ILE
-itv-.L, to0".
i- ": N I'NI)N of Comfort
;a I.1 t:. iI:.
i= VEXATIO)N. L iw cut it
adrift.
i- \\' I.I 1 i, >vii, in

; a'- i :i .- I) 'i..r- t, buy a
tL i- isnh-'.'.
i- f r Y'i ', '; a-- -..i rv-ry a;

yi Sr EA1. u;I Y )u


aaEANGES $13. Undct Free,

Panmoonh fCv 1"'n


PENSAC'OLA. I UU1L U(LU3 VV',
TrY It- Nl ~ T~l~i~is O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST..


STv. WLO


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDA Sole Wholesaler.

ALSO 11314$. BRAIlI Sl IE3. iSPORTE9 1AN DDOI
Paa I Jones and ECo Springs IClcbratid | iisi.
TRY i BOfIIT OF CELERY TOIlC.
PHONI 154. : : : : P O. BOX :.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICIT)
Free Deliv*ry to Any ~art of thb. City.
WIlAll order left at "The Offlce, Vtdal & SmItth,w wi t' ~:'' 7
attiondsd .o


Penstacola, Fla.


C -


'. K. HYYER. rA


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a THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.


PERT PERSONALS.
KiVUin wi'l lhare to add a verse to
*@,hb&.,, lie has bcgxiu to advertise.
es 'Avenst 7r. B~e."NWYork. World.
Depew awn (te4ate may be jokers."
said the jui;tur tiL;uP-oIiier. -'but it's
lucky f4-r tixui that th4.y do't buthoe to
ira thuor liviu at j-Ae wrvitia."---Chicago

Still. if Mr. Ilarrne..n should become
president a*:i.tr. ~urui;;Lt Ly shvelling
gingr into jur f *reig':i polic-y manage ti)
(NAIE'Ct that fyi.: f:'ax VeLrVue'zua.-KunaaC4
City Jiexzrr...i.
Old *Ia aA ro.'- n.f.),-n~t:1 y- the Iben of
the taer..' n 11., ~t"'sn*-u athe
to bai *- .. 1,..! !,a'w a 't ..iat a .
1141 h. .4 l' .*.: a a .dut lu i ua i
('.hicaJ;-1.-.'-~.'i .1:, :4 a 4Lil,LiAj.


ANIMAL ODDITIES.


lifor-- : '. --, '.,-. l:v- to t- ,
apge f . : -' f.;: '' fi

'rT r .tl ,,:' ., : a' t -: a a: : -
Tu '. ;. 7.



7 a1t i ., J .'4a



ous digp st:' !i tLa:N tlC.s, a i.uua.i.

Vor Over I-'try Wears
.4 ll. ^ W ISP tA >W tS `" 4 TH I C r '\* btwn u inotbero. I> '-..-itr .:xlu lr-:, wbhil" t--t "'' *
with p rfe- ''t '.c s" IIt ,oo le.- the- ,
sefttns tt- g Xum,-.Illa%,%ali I in.,curn e ,u
colic. and .e th- t-t r-'TTi dy I',r i *anrr. '
It will relieve tha poor litt!. niT, :'-r .',-
mediately. ,od by lpru~t5is;s ,i ..A \-
part of tbT world. Twenaty-flve c-:i- a b,.-
tie. Besure and aik for **Mrs. % i-., -A
*athIkatilyrup." and take no oti-r e:.i':
4n %4-4-- ^cl" l irese i -"1 .
T h.-. .! - . I !.. .-:.: ; ':..
th e iii, i. -' .. '.. i .. * ., ', .
o f % i l ', ,,- 'i I X\ ;I ," t i'. '
when Iti.. e-..-ri r -.. :.
*"lkoctor. #;,' It!,e .0 ':." .i. ':v,
m arks al-., th ,i l--l, s-,.: < e ,.v t i .,# t
we may o-stalis!. somr:e s .-t of ilenti-
fication ?"
"Only in a general way." he replied.
*The decased was a suburbanite."
"How do you ascertain that?"
"The left arm Is about an inch lon-
ger than the right That comes from
the habit of carrying bundles."--Cbica-
go Tribune.
Am rfutetumate Error.
T e prisoner is accused of killing a
deer In the cloed (season. It has been
proved that he killed the deer.
Now be takes the stand In his own
defense.
"I mistook the deer for a man." he
protests.
Some tbh!:ik he is swearing falsely in
order to avoid punishment, but it is
Impossible to controvert his testimony.
-Detroit Journal.

Rev. John Reid. Jr.. of Great Falls.
Mont.. recoin'nended Ey's C'ream
Balm to tile. I can eml&tiasize hi.s
statement. "It ia a po-stive cure for
catarrh if i.- 1 i-" directed."-R#-v.
Francis W. Pole. Pa-tor ('e-nra!
Pre-. Church. IHeleina. Mont.
After using Ely's Creamn Halsn six
weeks I helie-v-e myself cured of ca-
tarrh. Je,-.vt .a' -wart, (ran:d Ave.,
Buffalo. N. Y.
The Ital:n d,s not irri'"te. r 'ru-'-
sneezillhi. "-,J ity dru..zi-t- at .so
et*. or ma!il,-d tiy Ely I.broth.:-, -.t;
WVarr-u n St N, w rk.
('leaning: iei, -kirt- ilid w.iai-'-
i one-' f ., i ial'ki. r-. -tar L.tuni-
.ry.

Our Ili-- i, 1- t cl.,tn .-nI arnd
!Loys, froit; .. I ., f'ioot-WV hi' e -..

tbr th c.mas Li l ton
Was, anid i '.i' tl Irl-t .iin and
a genuire :' "; t-nll-n. tlut fhi I-I al-o
a celebrat-J 11 1 tnufacturer of choice
gastronaieliit' i daitie-*. anid a nott-d
connotl-st r aid ini)'tort-r of fine tea-s,
that h v t.*.-comni fe filnou through-
out the civiliz.-d world. Jacoby, the
well-know i gr.'-ver, ha'- jni-t receive-d
a lare eti- i.:z ipi-i. "f mir Thoriia.''
celebrated te-a-. aid cordially in-
vitho thl- iov'-r- ,of 'o,,d tt-a to visit
Htis plane NanId li-p,*-t' ald IteSt th'rm..
He has al.,i )i-t receive-d full line.
of reinne-i '- e-lebtrated Cakeos. (;ia-
ham 'Cracke-r-. Cthes-e Bicuit. Oat-
meal rtvkaker-, .to.: I)odsuoii-Braun
Manufarturtnz C',i fa'nous Je-lJiea.
Jams. Pickle-. -*:c ; National Bis-
cuit Co',t (Ch'he-s, Straws. C('racker
Meal, .tc : K-nnedy-' Bi-cuits andti
Water-: Wuraen Iticuit Manufac-
tory's Vantill Wafers <(German :
Ang'r's ti'-runan Golden Seal EgK
Nudeln": Ar,'adia l'P(ckitpg C,,s'.
l'.vap,-rat, <1 A '1'' 5. Pe-ache*- ind oth-
er fruit .A -tnall iot oI tiho-e flue < .-
Iv if | ei-', lit b:ottle i- "till in stock.
Ttihe *"'lt:l.- i- till on igh lt tI tin r.at.' of a mile a minute.
14, fill ceti-.t'letly In('rea.,'i iuk orders
for fine C',tffT'-. 'l'h,-e who have
not receitliv i-ilted Jacoby'- should
not fail to io 'aid inspect hi- enir
miou tt Ki of everythiilin in the
'ahup*e eef eiatale- artid I.),d product-
dia;'layetd il prifu-iion in -v'ery d*--
partimie-nt of t:he- e-t.lali-lnm-ent.
Noly l' 1.,l: Siilt- fi yoniug nri n
ut White '-.

liana.,-- tl othe ( 'he- i:r,,.te-t danre-r from La


(;rl ioioila. If re.t,-onable c.*re- i- ti-ed.
how.ev r. anilo ('i c.ibeilain' ( 'e**,u
Ibeinedy t.tk'n. all danizr will lie
av'ilde-d. .Anmiii tlie t-.- of tilout-
ands-who |,;v- i!ve -ed thli- r-mnedy for
la grippe. %w,, i;:ti- yoet to learn of a
-.igl-e a-e I i n %11i i -ulted in pneu-
Iuonia. v itiich htiow-i 'or that thi- ti. it, td i ai et.mii prt-ven-
tive of t iat dicermii- di-.'-.t-. It
will cure la it i'pp in le- illin thanr
any oth-r tre-.trent. It i- pleasant
anil -.ffe to take-. For -.!e by lH:ii -
int" lat ,- i. -it. : 1 di ':ie-l dealer .
J. I. St,-p! -ii- ia- -i larze asstrt-
i-i.ht of S..lid Ste-rling Silver anli
Roger's Knltv-". Forks and Sp-ot)

Get a new HaWt 'f-om o;'r spl didi
stock of -,,.w -t~ t- : ;':icts low at
White'-.


MARITIME.
AiRRI'4'D AT QT-ARANTINuK.
Nor iseIDeramnore, 147). .Jvbftnsen. Cast ree,
St Lucia. to Pensacimia Lumbewr io
It hk Prospero mop9. Meghutri, Havana. to;

A RRIVXD.
Nor .%q Athial'tt. 4-q. .CNew Or-
it-ano, to 17.-r:.L'J~t Lutil,'er CU

Nor Ilk lra''.Laro-u. i(K'd,
It hk Iii'I ait.t.rn-ta ,i'fr~i
Am -c:l kij.rt-..ce raic.La,..kia


4,- t. F;V a 4"Ai Maa's. b1,V t'r aac,!a
1.Limxber ico. ,,iz. 1:2 ,1-. 11 iuxxitht.'r !,r C8n..
4'O Cfj.t t la..t P5,347 -ft ilivxC-r f-.r .4ak:1Pr.,i.
.1&: j 1I: UMt.-r for Aer- areVIU'..l 'itt 7A
Nair-Orta. B~ Irunx. by Biar- Inin-
,A 14v A Co. fortSu iiderium.it Ia, ad 1 ard! T, witLh

:..,*a'Sa 4 '.a~a x tI 4,'ac C "l(a 4 Iie.Tt $,, I k4 (


tor I Ar.:!I frrn-.: I i

t. "a. anid d-xnf" -a
F k 1;, jxa V -7
I-*i ~.A rr: .i, ioit-


A in V, -.It'






N .r A Zn-q. -% 'Ii'% tc-n.aour.-. irk n


N a'A jr...:.. hi.-"- to VVn Kes r
Mr CapenJ.r. arI-. Withur. to W 8 K--yser &
Hfr I .r:.ru,s,-'40 t ik.tao WtSKea'ger
&k I -)
hr I- : ..I~ B3. ribrrid--. ta. W S Key--
%I ae
Nia r0*i:a. B ir--u. to BaAr"., I aunwaody
& k -)
kir 1. 2III4zIJ .e. In W a t)Gulf Tran-
"itt 10
Pr ,tabrauan. 1:-4:, uli4. t &ulf Tranixt
CO


MiloM Gi wn Away.
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
a Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, have given away over
ten million trial bottles of this irreat
medicine; and have the satisfac-
tion of knowing' it has absolutely
cured thousands of hopeless ca=es. I
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarsene. ss
and all diseases of the Throat, Chest
and Lungs are surely cured by it.
Call on W. A. D'Alembette, Drug-
ztists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 5)c. and $1. Every
bottle guarante-,d. or price refunded.

FINE POUL.TRY.
At C. Corner'a Pe,'ultry Vard.
I ami now ready to sell eggs f,.r ~et-
ting from the folllowin g br-,-ds of
rhickten-: Dark Brahnmas, Partridgre
Coc, it, I.i;Liht Brahuna-', Wl i:e
C icthil-, Plyin t-iti Roicks, Browti
I.elihorn'. Wyvndat:-. My fowls are
froin thle very beI-t s-.rins to be
fullin and I invite' th-- I ublic to c:ill
a',d -.-.e i:) y ,.iltrv y; i- -.lt ut 71'
fji. i.xwl- on \ha' d. UttiniLe- of I:
tr.:s f,>r *1l.5'i. Lio iE (' .i.i. N .
7a tf Mitiag'r.

WIhat you pay for C('!othini ik not
h:if -o i;n:p,)rtant as what youu get.
\V'hit :'.-..
F'il'fy Pllarti lReward.
Th-o-e parties rruilty of breaikiniv
;iito sei,.,l l uihnilint- N >os. 410 and
To artid utilatidl:ug sa iare lit rei'v
notified that the- reward of $5 otfered
for the arr,'st and conviction i anlly
one f,,r breaking into a school build-
in.. ,:" s ich l, building out-hi.u-e,
-Still 'old., -o d.


5alw


N. B. CO K.
superiI)te-izde I. t.


NOTICE TO CONI IRACTORI4.
Resolved, by the members of the
Laborer's Protective unionn No.
4'.04, of Pensacola, in regular meet-
.. .. . .. . .. .. .


aALKs. inig ciat tre foiiowing announce-
It Ange.a ALecame. ,--t. Bar-tto, w L. Wit- ment be made lor the benefit of the
ticaii & Co public:
Nor Btrosaa, E ivensen, to H II Boyor On and after the 10th day of May
Nor c(.neordai. ao,. ailvor,4 n, to order
Port ECintal Elver'. ir Gonc.hes, to the scale of wages shall be as fol-
I;ars, leunwxlvdi a 'o lows:
Nor lndia. *r7. Jeu.aes to Gulf Naval Mortar maker, $1.75 per day.
Stores Co
It Luigia F. t9. Caras-a. cid for Algiers Common labor. $1 50 per day.
Nor Louise. l,).5,L)rentsL-n. to Pen!acola ElDWARD C. WILLIAMS,
Lumtr oa- Secretar.
KusL ouis. Co
Nor Merzsapre. 1175. Johnson, to Baars,
ltuaixody a& ('
Nor Nora. 1" Mikke!seM, to Pensacola
Lumber Co
Ru. Osumo, 7:0'..lohanssen. to Penbacola
Lumber ti o
it teoiuv.wra. iDVO9. Baz7o, cld for Genoa Brittles surpass all other makes-
Nor- igrud.5sv. t1iuan.Lto't-teronm.I)vwn- peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
:fl & Co
Nor .Solafido. s3. Peteren. to order nut.
Atu V-dlauJai, 77, Ecit-r, to E. L Saun-
der- j How can we afford to sell such
P.i1o-. high Erade Clothing at such close
Gor F:!y. 17- Mtas,. c.,i for Cape Coa.st prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
C.*-t' t pie; ours is a modern store, con-
RC H, ON -. structed strictly on progressive
Am Hjilma r. -. A5.-Bnon. to niat- er plans. Our Clothing is sold on the
I#r J uiia ;lizaie-tu. ,n sweetiug., to nIa.- smallest margin of profit, depending
te r on a large volume of business. The
r ab-I lning, i. Iobert, ciud fr more Clothing we sell the greater
br I'olon:,ce.42. Fost-r. to order our purchasing power, the lower
our prices; that's the story in a nut
'JP. CLEARKKAD A 1Ji BALiKDfOR PEN- shell. White s.


!SAC(ILA.
GKANNNIPS.
Va'1 rI~ fTiivv..ranm;J, Br. l'Hu -Inll March I*-
Ntordp'al. 1;,. -1 1 (reeurk-k Motrv~i 2A
i-oth.-rti--.'a. r. 11431. Cox4. ('ardiff Miarch 12
tilth. Na0I,r-f'4,. At New ('a~tte March 15~
I :e-Sx :.: Br. Luke. St Vinceat
MoArct,'.:%
'4Iaa'Ult r..; a:a. Antworp March 2


An..la iehiaflin. It. a!d MJaar-ille .Ian 210
A.nta.q',Nor. 1, 7. -Id ALtwerp t1cC i4
.Aia. i'tw-d, '.., at Tni'iO Bity "v V-) 12'
AIfr,1,o. It.,%"-' .,1 '.-uiOa Feb 17
rino>.u. It. I-' '7. .Id ('ad.z March .1
Rolival. Nor. i- l kid M(ae% March -t'
Bertrand. Nor. .I. 1'Id n.-,-r March I"
Hiincbelt'h ti. I: l. iI d I rl ith ient, .Ian .:;a
('lix-ftal, o. R ', iWI.:. at Itar>-lona. Fel> .)
Eritrro. It. id lunlIn i." *?*4
rri'z iGustav. Run-. d Iruncorn March 7
Fiduaci. It. -.7i, at A \'M lxcia March 1.1
Fablo. it. t, 0 1 aples Mept 1". ashore
Nov n11#ear Port Rovil
Ue:ulla I., It, 1171 ihl Marlieills March 214
ivas-tano t'nalt on,. It. ll1.' aid Genoa
March iW
K-nteg.-rn. Nor, 7.4. sld il uckstaitt Mlarch 7
Johan Ire.ns. Nor.-idC hritianqaxtd Nov 10
Johanne. Nor., ald TonDt)urig Iec to
lacaruna. It. 7'< M3arla Margarethl;i. tMwt'd. aid Cap r'own
March h*'
Micb@-I* It. !d 44@nno March -x24
Marcl'ia. It. iId liHtalburg. Nov i
Melu-ine, Ru-i. i a). d btiiruneni Feb *2
Monte A. It.7'*t. *ld Marefillei, March :3
'ron.ne-r. O.-r. 11M. at London Marchb 11
Proi,-,or J',hason. Nor, ItS. sid Bristol
OIn)ro. It. VI,. aOd Rotterdam March 23
i'leta, It,w.N. ilhl 3liar'iillies March 1!.
eachtelie. P, It. a?*., sAd Marsoillsa Feb e7
Ribt. IPan. 4x' ate HhahiaJan '".
8 lt ad, Nor. 41.'. sid London March 21|
Valuta. Nor. iid Lritch M)ch 10
Virginua. It, lsid Madeira, Feb-h


Beautiful assortment of Silk Neck-
wear. just received, at White's.
Working Night ard Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Pill-. Every pill is
a -uvar-coated globule of health, that
changes weakness into strength, list-
le-.ness into e nerzy. brain-fag into
mental powe-r. They're wonderful
in building up the health. Only 25c
per box. Sold by W. A. D'Alem
twrte-.
Nobby Boys' Knee Pants, with
Double Breated Vests, at White's.
Fo'r Fly Time.
Mr--r-. J. E. Ross & Co.. No.11 N.
lPalafox !-treet. have perfected ar-
rangenie'nts flor the manufacture of
the l)*--t window screen ever placed
upon t!,i- market., hey claim for
it the following desirable features:
It clani be leinoved and stored
away at it.,e -i.d .of the fly season
without tile u-e of tools: the blind
and -s:-h of t!.e wind,,w can beeasily
handled trotn the inside without in-
t'rftretnceor trouble from the screen ;
it is simple in construction, and the
prices i- -.o hlI as to be within the
reach of all. (.all and examine it.
and leave yoi: ,.rdoir t'r iiiy ziuniber
from oi.:- to o' .. hundred.
ROSI S & C<.'S
WINDOW SCREENS.
Our .rice- a:re ;a>)solutely the low-
eat; t!:h -e w!.,i think the contrary
have .-ither a' t f:tirly tried us. or
they h;avt.e mea sred our price-- by
.:hoe charged for Clothing of doubt-
ful ,quality. WhLte's.
Douglas S',-ccs at White's.


mL CM 1; v - -o, v % vy ; -'j-.:y w:-" "- w1





SEaster Bargains






C OE FiA & cs
.,'
gOE EDA (


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*RRCIET STORE.


* *


We Pride Ourselves on Hlaving the Grandest a::d Moat
: Exqui-ite Selection in


* Spring and Summer Dress Fabrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

iGreatest 'Choice or the Mo-:t C( le):at,.- MA.ttnufutur.:


Lhadies' Shirt (laists;:
Al.-o :t (Grtat Vai;icty vf

Ladies' Skirs and Tailor-Made i

JI .-'T IIEC'EIVED.


Millinery Department.
As I-ual We Le'ul in Stvle- anl Pri-.o... Our M7.
Hughes, the Hrail \I1l inner. well sustitain her
Reputation :,- :it I 'p-to-Date Arti-t. We are
Crowdedf. (live yur Orders Early for
YOUR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
* We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Wome
and Children are More than Convinced that the
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes at th
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'
-) STORE......

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

S,=Boys' and Children's Suits-
At Rediculously Low Prices.

MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
IWE ARE INVINCIBLES IN LOW PRICES.

1 We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show Win
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of Clerks t
r Wait on You!
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

S GCohen, Friedman & Ca'S
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptiy.


MILLINERY NEWS.
Mrs. L Cohen is Offering as Special
I leaders for This Week.


4 Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage.
only 20 cents.
3-'pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
only 20 cents.


In My Pattern Hat Weparmnient
You will find rome extra e'ood val-
ues. We are making room in tills
department for the arrival of our
new Easter novelties.
In My Trimmed Hat Department
You can buy a nice trimmed Chic
Hat for $1.25. .1 50aid $1.75, in Leg-
horns, Mixed Braids, etc.
Go. to Mrs. L. Cohen's.


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MANUI'iACT I'IERS ANDr 1>E.AI.ERS IN

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SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES--Klii-Driei Saps
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OPERA HOUSE:

ONE NIGHT CNLY!
Monday, April 16th.

"lit Your Iny's Worth I"
The Best Show of the S- -
THE WORLD FAM

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

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents' t


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25 Dozn Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Ladies' Steevel-s Vest,. :',-incfh Solid and Whit-. Duck.
briggan 'ndershirtsat25centseach; Lisle Thread. our price 25c each or -4ur ,rrr e....................... I,.
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. i Yard-WideV -a I-laid C,,tt,)n
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Fr,,ont at............................ c
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price )c. each: Yard-Wide Fit! :v-iiule t;lai-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. d :i;de by L. i-da Co(.,
:30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fany and White Silk while it la-ts................. 7: c
briggan or Fancy Undershirt,. nice Pleated Bosom shirt-. ourpricel$ t:; v Pie-- Latet (',tlwo at...... le
quality, at 46 cents each; Drawers to all i-es. Il-.Ca- l.rlbati (; nghamn,
inatch. W e carry the l:ire t lin f M n rrantd ..... .......... .
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt- in the City
Balbriggan Undershirts at 50 cent-; at the Lowe-t Prices. .i-t re-..ived a full line of Skirt,
Drawers to match. 36-inch Sprin; PI'rc:ile-, .,nr and Shuit Wait -: '.ur p ices are th.-
1(M) Dozen Ladies' Sleevelecs Vests price .......................... I-I lowest.
at o0d price, 1; for 25 cents, or 45c 3 ;-inchl Very Sheelr White L'wni, Para-i- ;i ni I n: a', .- ;at .',. ,.'.
dozen ; embroidered neck. I our prit-.......................... S' c $1.omaanid *1 .5.
175 Dozen Ladies' Mi-s5s' and 27-iich ( 'hck Nainsook, our Lanie,- Jrr;'l,-' .*' P:r-,il-. in
Children-' Sleeveless Vest~. with price ......................... late-t t-ade- at .1.7. id '2.1'.
Tat e Neck. 3 for 25c or 9'c dozn. 3:I-inch NtW lhte an.l .11olorteil All tlh- lat-t y;, I-. di-' and
25 Doz-n Ltdie4' Sleev-le-, YVeet-,' Pique. our p; ic................ ..... lc Childr n'Stt-.w 11t- .1al d Sailors;
with silk Tape Neck, 2 for 25c or l.11 irch White Cordued PijuL., our also -Ai roll. N w .S;4.;: MMatting-
$1.35 dozen. rice ... ................. .. ...... 1 at 12 ,. 15 and ;c. e-r 3 ar!.


Remember the Place,


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o(rreatet olor lj -,how ei n i ir'

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In a lRtpertoire of (Con
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Tuesday, April 17

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Presentiu; the Liv.',.v

'Finnigan's Ball
Introducing tbh lf.ro-tt. B--' -
and l h. -al tri. i*,m ..
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28--People,- Al Li ly- "

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YDOTR FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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