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DAILY


VNEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 13, 1900.


vOL. 30.


NO. 60.


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


SOUTHERN RAILWAY


TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE


PUERTO RICANS


FACE STARVATION


Several Hundred Members of Delegations Call Upon Govcr-


Order Quit Work.


nor For Food.


WALKiED OUJT AT 11 O'CLOCK MANY TOO LAZY TO WORK

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IeI'I'CItliC O3I~.EF L J~T~OF1 THE 'I'EAC. COND
l)EsTHIChr.

One of Ps- n..i wuacoa h r ipltN(t v ,Lu I awt n.whohat ~s sudd.enlyiti mp f ed into


"z','+[ ':'lit ,1"- ,,nl tl T ,* 7.1I' I \v re7 iar,,f,. d p lti(c tthe 'xr. --l : pro ll-ene e il t lll' gs poliltl'll. Ia the subject of tl e foreg, llu.tration.
,,I r.d u, a" ,,.'*-ik ianl the' strike ,f wanit and il,,s:itu:i m, to be w'i Jamines R. Landrum, democratic nominee for justice of tit peace for the
i- nllw an ini full lar. Tile euntiremaiin of this fa;t Neverthhles thI I itt~at i secondd di.triet. In the cntiett at theit priminaries April l Mr. Landrum
hinl fromi \ Wa.hiri.tin to (Groenville, Is nut qimte a. lad asit hasbeen painted opposed Judge Boykin Jones. the present incumbent, who as a Confed-
Mig..i is til up. Tihe bys are out on At n,,,,a vy"terTray auothlr delegation rate veteran and a man of great personal popularity. The ie-ult shows
e,, M.-niphisdivisio, Knoxvilledivision f pr ple from Ag e rs how popular Mr. Landrumn is with the masses, he having received 2
n"O Allana division. The Order 0f poor people fm Aguas n p votes, while the vot for Judge Jones wa- 352. Mr. Landrum is an attor-
Riilw Atlranta divi.don. Ther Order of seated thomselve at the Ipala'e. ney of ability, and ellough quite a young man, his friends are confident
S/ / ~~icut of the teleriaphersemployed on the The procession was headed by four or that he will preside over the court with dignity and that his decisions will
Entire syhteim, and we have reason to be. five little girls not over 10 years of age, all be equitable, impartial ana just. He has now crossed the threshold of
*lievk the tie-iup is complete. At present' two of whom carried black flag, evi- the political arena and there is every reason to believe that he will becoe
7 y I can not give out anything further." dently supposed to signify that the party one of the shining lights in future political campaign.
The operators in tis city, 12 in num- was itn mourning for the ones left be-
Sltr, went out prowmply at II o'clock. hind; too weak from starvation to at-
It a- alwavben redd that Atu M Me lan whnse picture C. A. Barnes, division freight t o0 tempt the lonu journey to the capital ARGUMENT IS CONCLUDED. FIENDISH CRIME IN SUMTER
it ha- always been corredad that Anu M Millan. whose picture the Souturn here, id at noon ut the The little gir were followed by 5 --
S..ar< herewith. at one of th. tni-ti popular of the county officials among I plaest of the striking operates had all women and 100 men. They were re- Judgel Hammond Reserves Decision la Il ,,iers in the country pr-cinct-. and now the vote at the primaries been promptly filled by men in the office teeived at the palace by Colonel Hoe. to Memphis and Charleston (Ca11s. Child Ilurned to *sath.
I April 10th prove% that hl ie. equally popular in the city precincts wh,, are olirators and that so far the whoAn they presented a petition, telling M.PIems, April 12.-Argument in the S-MWTER, S. C., April 1-.-A fend
"Abulated etate-wenlit of the returns published ill thil ls-ue shows that b.ieii Aprdwto h twutnd,,iuo.Tsthe
'- eMlan reivd 1 votes ur th the c ined vote of his two' nieity e ying condued without the o1 want awdetittio. This is the
Mcu M llanree d61 t ret h ti-o in vt esihistwod pw tiee heort ie of the m minority stockholders of the crime was sxkommitted n rhe sfaee w-
S.nts. bth of wh are popular c and both f them made a Hstatd t p to tis ti, the b Bue thi week, the trrivig on late emhi and Charleston rilrd vanna action of this county Teday
r,.us and e-arnte-t cauva.a.v of the county. each doing all il his power to ness of th .ad has not been interfered. Monday. It might be noted in this oon, against the Southern Railway company night. The dwelling house and 1at
r f- uficien vot-- t defeat Mr. Mc lallan ha wth any lay at this point nection that early all of these delep- 'which had beenin progressbefure Judge aud stableof Matt Gddis, an induutri.
d from hi- ple.nnt and magnetic person ilit. Mr. McMillan has w nhav f thi general Hammond for three days. was brought ous lvrrt wr tir by an nely
-rit..rated by ,.i-t -srvie ha.t he is a vry #fitciett. careful, ompe- tSltuation at BIrmingham. district. The arrive at the lael-t a clo yesterday y. he clndig and when h was awaken l the etime
X aid accurate circuit c.erk. I'l-i record- in hii4 oftlice are neaty kept istr t t to a loe eterda.
*. i- alway- ready to furnish any inform, ttin relative to public mat- Bl~INGHAM, Ala., Apt.11 .-At noou most daily and the general opinion argument was nude by Tully B. Conr. prnties were ahlaze. The dwelim
.-'at the public imay desie, therefore his popularity with the masses i it was ated at the offices of the super, obthaject y ar irected by people wih an nick ew.iof Knoxville who brought the a ous wa falling in, and in the pi
'-'-adv grwtti. Tie voter.. of Ecamnbhi county ar,, well pi -ased with intended of the Birmingham division obheu all rginate In the same diis- con i junction witb W B B. lender- that fullw.t eldtwa lt ioth
iWhen all originatee in the -ame ubia of thiscitvon Iyha'f of the 011iii. n6use anl
I-t I elecratit ti, agint by a handsome y have proved f the Southern railway that two teleg trit it appears rather suspicious. plaInanti. er. u:rrowly eiaping with their live.
mjri.t.. ic n h~anudoemjrt, raphers had obeiyed the order to strike. flames the Ak-alde. At the conclusion of Mr. Cornick's Every house *, h. 1 ..'i'es, with lhewr
ot.T.H AritIv4 WAIl. A T.. I Y C USE. i A colt the ofaAi( of tLae Alabama Greataler ho and
SOUTH.AFRICloNWAlt. A XVi1ltt I USE. Soulbheln, controlled by th', Southern, it Aml'ording to the report of tie post bpch court was adjouneid and Jnr.ge citrtiut. .'ittrs, d. N
wa... leaed that. six tun are Out at commander atAguas )meai,, unierHdateHammond took the (lae under sidvise. Il the stable w.' fur horse nn
S. r,- l H.-a at p-rer iah:,lx and rmmt ,rs to Be points between here and Meridian. of March 29, over 3,000 rations have uent. He will review the re .crd before the lbrn all of (eddis 'rn, forage and
B lrc ing lilt. A t Veptrer Iat.tsx and Wrigtar Srreleiae to Be Marea 29, o 800 r have
S ri -Adce fr sprinkled i Smmer lren isnud weekly from at post for reilering a diision. It i iit iitproba- fertihzerl for the year. Everything of
.M. i -Atice fr Th ino!a Medical society r tSituation In Atlanta. over three months. He says that there ble that an opinion will hl- handed down valut that he p, e.-! was burned.
a. N.rt. al- ilia: tl heI .r- .r T t -td TApril 12.-Prtcde t o tW. V.I are no needy people excepting those who within the next ten days. t
...;vily i te fi iat its lAtnelet.-ttilzdappointed a commit AT TA donot wish to work. The case will no dmrbt h. app':ehl.d AWARDED $10,000 DAMAGES.
a.. d ,v, -.. ..,,t ,uri- t ..-.- tee conl.isti of Dr.-. J. Harris Pier- Powell of tlhe Order of Railway Tele* There are few families who have not whtv.r rtilt. dociiion, a s the :tt i. r. Verdht A
fr t e. t..F. 1,trh ad H. I. to- graphers, orderedd a strike of the tele. ar lea-st one abhlebtdied man. The alealde ilti'Adis verylarge.
'. '*Xm .. l' f-r F, a -tan'..e. polt. iL. F.t Mrsh and Hf. L. graphers and other -tation ein ,yes hasi i Ied orders that any ablebo liedl an C K S southern Railway.
.-. t.r- au-o hv. n -on.,oactitheater.fproviding trhersadatt th r mustl- maden t w"rk for their rationu. JACKSON'S ARE CONVICTED. Aor..'r., April 12.-.A verdict a
1 .,.l :L .e .* tilt-ti !ave cap- for thet -pi inkini;,. diriti : the -urM- beadquarterUTrrsreprt.-re.'eivt hwI hat 1M- tates that the alcalde failed utterly Jur* lPturn-t rerdlt of udiilltv ul b,.nde re.iindered in tl>' 'a.'- of Elizlbes-
h e, r tiontht-. ,of tha entire length of the men are quitting all along the line -, ..* Ihe re. I, r -mired. although he Ke"omnends ere., 1 M. Elwarl. vers the SMuthern rail-
,'i. t- cit ,,,,-; r t' a -r, t n' th. wiaf te nd the situation i,. c,,sideref \e' h l vry. eli h ad aple tnint, aruad thaov the o |nr Apn .r..-p.le. wilr,.h h, ad th ,ait n at
'ia.t110.ila couragng.1 atilde receives 304 relief supply tie'ket- 0 C411.A .ii. S. .pril 2-.A -.ensit- %.%,t wimiV. h hats l..i ,n trial in thee
Ild .a iptiurd y H ,.'I- :it W ri!.t -:r-. t. ni .f \Wi: !it -treet aging. monthly. tional trial ha.i. -tnded at Ii'hestrti4d. l'u ,rI! -tat',. retuit ,'eurt in,',, A.pril:.
,i!;. *it w.t Ir works. -a- i.- rat n .i Pal.teix to, tli' tniiin d-epilat. No Interruption of Trat :i ,i i_: t'i.t it;'r_'l t .- t r. T .,. -,.,' tI I, c,I l ,, 1 : ,,ve ii th:i. W' i<;lllNlT;t,. April 12.-Vice Pro'si his lhrsonal opinion the rn u.psts for ,,,,,trerl..r 'f (rtH ..fi, i i anige i the sum of f1-0,01t
ti h. I '. )ii gt il,4t it rv r, lnt anl ( ,. a rl Manager iiil i f w r a d provisions warti .hiiplv sit' iit. il anf tig'e iiirl. r r 'l.-,I,. i i. Tha, ieT -u l,,t ., ,,
z- :-.< of t h-alvades tio provide" provi-i.ns f,,r v',:i' white lVomi a,,ll. "i jury l'.*',l. Th, plaLtu ff'- bi-,r;; l. \V S E -
,. -, ,v e i a : :t- a i i- ,,i itin, i th,- '. llrt.rn railway made' ligh .t th, th y idl, ,ple Th. rant .z i,.l. i,, n il i bl r n.. ks iw r.lt. w1 1.., i, i :. ;:s a rtiinOanaind
S,- i' i. :. l i I p' jil ,l t c1 r) 'rte .- t r i of tel *-raphher i~i :. 1 A v. .,. ii .k. -- at'-- a '-m S' h rn'A '*. Hlie said the re was no iiattr a ei rtai a rlilue of citlizelnL s of the town ].irt 'Teiei -lt n, \.a !i ii r| -ra', evi r:n!w.*v. ; ;i fIl a i ni i killed tv a
v. 1 : : c nt .v rv family hould draw rl f sup- T .lW k -- hal :-.-l F.1.a 1:t i t I l. \ h il. t k-
'; ali 'a i,, .\', h ',a : l" "it .'ti ",-n l h v -it -bi. Only Two Oiit at li a oxa ill l. clirs, whether or not they an ti ue: l it -,, t ; t iill'.. t'i l :ll l i' -. l, i lwe l, ,'. .I ,' ..1 ;in .t i(.> h r-.
i,. .'t ,.a oil. 0'1. Ap. I'a",, t I tw iti ii-..t ,,,f h lrl e i n i r ,, l l- T .,;t-,Ial ih ,I ia, ; i ''.it. 11 Ii
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t ca t li ti'ilute them' t thl, e n ire l stv Sh a ..- a .;:iie -, !,.. T i, :, ,., a r a 'a I i i I \ l i t'a -
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.- :h<,.I ttiat tl'. Ii..- walI t* te-lticat ally seeks the public welfare-
, t ", ita-mirraw. IIn health andil satitary matters., rath-
Ier than the individual interest of it-
.'ti.al c,,tiiipatiti i thmt d. .mr i member- ; and. s) far a. Peusacola i-
:' ailch lliiany of th tl-erim,- c nicerliedt. Its medical society is
t' ,a ardy are adiiitmled. -'Th i nitetd for fre lquenit aud effective ef-
-. '.A u-e of I'Ire KI.V Asv HIni lorta iit be halt of the saiinary well-
% ill ermija .ve d cilur' thi-e dip- e being of its inhabitant-. The present
( .ndition. Sold by Hannah disinterested and patriotic move-
:i;ent of the society. in endeavotiing
t to lni'iiniz?- thie dangers to) t the pub-
T'A1t-: Ite iNI I lic niealtti of inh.Aling the miicrohe-
latdoei du-t of the. pa iiincipil -treet-.
. < a,,t-ald-r SaL e lO li'. dla. ;>-ratli t otf .-vtry V i il-en.


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0- -m : tho.-r ~ato tn"now.

~ 'a ~ Bring. (G,-Wl.
0'lai t-t IFlat. Bm-zuav~.
BrI~. iga~~de.


An lionest Me eilic'tin" for Ifa Gripp*.
(;G ,. W. Waitt. of South G(ardii.er.
1-.,- ay-: 1 liat h- ad the wor-t
aoaugh, colela cthil ? ;ia( r-rip and haVe-
tak-u l It- ot tr: -I of noi account but
profit tm t)ilIm '-- Vidor. C'hamlherlain's
(Courh It- li -iy i- thl-i onily thin i), that
tia!- dloi,' *a,'," in.',a .d w ihatevoer. I have
u1-. 't- :i -':l to,, tle-and the chill-,
* -d :A iid .;'' I tave iall left m e. I
c iati ar.,til .* tt '- iiatieiuftacturersofi all
tloaei-"-t iite-dili'.'" For s.Ale by Hai -
it ti. li'i-. :a;inl a I Igmed.icine dtealels.

i .t y'ullr E .-te-t -retzels. soine-
t1 a. a t intl-. :i
I i. V1F IF t '-F iE Sl' \it H.AKE8 .
i-,cht !:'in -' l -1 C lothiiz 1 i-
), ii ils n v- ry r,- ip-,t tio itll ii--to.
,ordir m inn ". the new Spring
arllv l.- at h'ite'-.
BI,.IS IS THI: .MAN.
Ch:i-. H. ;11i-, ik the iman who ad-
vert;-..- Pei-acolta. He does it right
and dr-servs -your -upport.
WIe tuake Clothing to order, and
represent M.1. Htrn & Co.. Chicago,
the greatest merchant tailoring con-
cern in the world; satisfaction and
perfect fit guaranteed. White's.


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A1 1I A f h .1
ml I i "l*it ll .i .i t,. Ih : t
e1 ill *'liiport l'> lte' r. piah.ra..
.\II \ rT\. .\;i;l 12 .1A! thi r'..gular
-, Iii1 in i ti hly ri",' i i.u ,f tfi" .\ftlaint:i
lF-ad'rati a am Tradl'. li:- il last iightr a
ri'e' lutin i w'.s aiapti, tl e'xpre"si-iig Vyin-
plithy t',r the rier eif Railway T'l'gra-.
plhe'rs ill their controversy with thi',
Southlr-n Hailwy company. The oplt-r-
ators w re ffiially nodliled of the aup-
ptrt of tle' Atlanta f'deratin. .
New Udne to E'urope.
FERNANDINA, Fla., April l.-Huds-
peth & Co. (of Riobminm l. ap,.-nts of a
transatlantic steamship li nt, will estah.
liul a regula-' line oft steati:n r- f-I:oi F,-r-
naidinra to l-Eunqan w im j r- at an ,-',:'ly
,iate. These .teaiiers "lill t-ak- all kiuls
of uinscellani'os. freight. such a.s naval
tires. cotton, phosphates, ,c..
Comnlis.idon .at San iFruanelco.
SAN FilA\l(.-4o. April 12.-All the
mnemln'r- of the Philippinie' eommni iii.-.i ll
are her' no,.W e-vx'-opt IHenry tC. Id4e of
V'riniit. wit' is -xp-cted tixlay. Pra-
fe,-tar 1-'rnarl M..e. tihe ('alifornia
Vrlilvxr. will ienteTtain hins leaguesgus at
their U'ivi rtIrtv elub. at,.-r which they
will li,,ili a ttiriniial uLilt'-tinig.
Death tofan E ilitor.
rC vF i.iNi'. April 1'.-Carl Clan sseu.


,no. v at' 111.. 1at kyria tViI G e'rrman. .t'a. pemmood.


,a.rly rt vay a; th' rity hospital oft
lri.ht's disIa.v. H- wa-s .;) yVwas uld.
S"Ill weed grow apace." IImpuri-
ti-- in your blood will aleo g-ow uni-
le-s yon promptly expel them by
taking Hood' S arsaparill i.




Pi-tachio Cream WVafer-o-some-
thing new. Your dealer should have
them.
An elegant assortment of tru 'Is
and valises at White's.


'.Im i'al iandl- H11 ve14 IIeetn Fe'Il.
I ] l:; "l l r |4- .4 tilt .))l" ;1"" !I rl I:1ill\
-t:irvin:' witl v w iork to lo. i Fhil
.:iiis oaf i' dllar-' wir'th of prt -i ii'
'; '- 41 1-l't i- d to thee-. ]a pla r t r
i;;:,;:v Iliia iths. i'hliaim-iiliui as lilil, I ''ii
tf il. i el tilt r,.lito -Uplply li.a- itlv r riil
.1,!l IIt Pimerto Rico. a illn t-v rv
,',iitiry. a -lhi." of pieopll' exist who will
linot work st lon g as tlihey imay pk uli
'tinughl to ke''il the spark aof lift" aflani
without exerting theniselve'. This sort
of pepil' have' learned of the $2,095.000
appropriated to Puerto Rico. and many
of them have come in expecting to re-
ceive their share.
The condition of the laboring class
will lie materially relieved in a few
weeks. Contracts for the building off
nine new reads from seacoast towns toi
interior points were let a few days ago
The approximate cost of this work will'
be 00,000, of which $.5,000 must be'
earned per menath, according to the rmm-
tracts. It has been estimated that nearly.
10.000) men will be given employment.

CUBANS BECOME RESTLESS.
They lDel re a lVole In Managena-nt
of Affairs.
HAVN'.A. April 12. Thb Dnomesti,'
Union party has issued a circular ex
plaining that the advisory board wasi
only designed ait a means to h.lp the
Culans secure so-aite voice il the nian
ag'ment aof affairs while the I,'riod aof
intervention alart.ll. The. circular -na
phatically dis'-lainited any intention, lby
tihe institutiotln olf an advisory board,( te
a-sist ii prolonging the inltervention


raks Lt.xative Brnmo (uinine Tablets. All
trugglits refund the money it it fall tc
-*iur. W. Urove's signature is on eacb
'>ox. 16c.

Remember the date. Wednesday
evening, April 18th, at 8 o'clock.
The Little Folk's minstrel play at
Clutter's music hall. Admission -'
cents ticiketson sale at Coe's and
Clutter's.

SEE RO88 & CO.
ABOUT SCREENS.
Crossett's Young America 13 shoes
for young men, the best shoe in the
world for the price, at White's.


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1 i-li. I'' 1i a t t eil' htiproll rtyv ims
.a;. I< :' i hl' I t i! i ..- I \. 1! a :l- <1 a 1. 'V rv fi'na n: l w ill Io. u-4t-e in
'a *ill'-. \I ;il; I' 'i i t. i tili i'tll 'I" l- i I L ;" .lli t 'ta.g; M li! -,'e
I-:IL 1 ,, ;. ,'.ro, % C: I- *p- t I ,w iili* tlit pr I ),,p rty
a, -,t il'\t M ,,i' Vii t'i'r I.i la- ati > l tl; l the' r
pr4-., itt intI ii i ,ati i tl. (t I',arle -r, .r. 1lv
l)i\ 11 l-..,.ll will g'a t o thi.- pI,' the' fa- I ry (I.eI- Lifet' sentence .
v,,ri.' in tlh .- p-ecilatiaii. J Thr0. I eita t,'T- AT amiral Scint-hley. Iiut, aral ro am-r amiurt 'Mi ill a'alld ,, -..,'iioi tol try
0. ta nllu it '... \ lhn irn | .<-.l r '. iuf v a n dl i
Arthur B-hani's Arthur e'kai, \NV. H. iane'l r I'ry for tlihe nure.r of Joe U.
llandetan's Parmetnion, C. T. Patter- Isry o>n I)'ea. 22, 1 N9.. Tih. t-Mt wia
ill's ltnupliglht*-d, H. H. Stairihel's given tito the jury Tul'.-day night at tlk3i)
Dranilburg and H. J. .Scrogwan' Flori- o'clock aitd they returned a verdict
sar art, looked AIn aits the starter., i Wedlneday morniiig, finding the d&-
-fendant guilty with a reeommenadiata
liatertlate to Fight C(ae. to mercy. .Judge Rese sentenced fbl
An.ANTA, April 12.-Thel hiatertate tio the' (eorgia pienitentiary for life a
Building antd Lni amuc.iartion will re. adjourun-d court.
gist the effort being made to4 place its L.a Gripp Mucceasfnu'ly Treated.
affairs in the hands of a re.eiver. R. P. .,I have just'-rpoovered from tbw
Connor hlas filed a petition pravying for secondd attack uf li grippe thi year.'
the ailinlitmillnt ,t aitr, -e.-ivtrl-, tt the says Mr. Jas. A. Jones. publisher of
asi.iatiaoi will fight it. .'r..otarSy o',rt the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "ft the
states that the, a.et'x-iation i in ie.,l oral- Ilatter ca.,e I used Chamberlain's
edition anid til.- petition will i,- r',-se\e Cough Remedy, and I think with
at ievet ry stop- I,,,,,. ihl_ .-, ,. rl.r i .


Murderers entenieId to auinlg.
ErTA.w. Ala.. April 12.-The trial of
Walter ( orI'on aild B'ut Ingruiin, hin-
brother-in-law, ne-grem-s, for thri, nmirdler
of Tam Buntain. at I'lint-11. Manrh ;;l.
has I,'eun c':i'cluded itin tp rn-ii. a iul r
circuit court, each maitn lc'-ing ftunil
guil.-. Both were sentenced tA haLng

New spring arrivals in Silk Neck-
wear, at White's.
YOu will iet those c-le-,brat-d l 'a--
'er Pretzels next Satuiday andl sun-
'14v at
1:t,2 P- I 'IFF EIR'.S TEAM HlA a t:RK


bed a little over two diys, agaliet
' te- days for thl* former attack. The
-ecoendl attack I allI sati-fled would
hav-, it' o. ltially a- bad as the Ar9t
Init f.r tti. uL- oi4 t!jia ra -rnIedy as I
.!tjii to go to hd i'i .l'botr -ix hour-
after je-ling '.tuck' with it. while Ita
the- first i.ose I w,la zihle' to mttendItl t
businie-s abait two ( day before get-
tinir -downi. For-ale by Hanmrtn
Hiro-. a,..i all In'dlicine deal"rs4.
O)ur .M,-n'- Sprina. IClothiinvi' i up-
rto -d:i' ini every way. I'h Jn).
White- lab-I wouldn't be o theI if
they we-rei't. Whate'-.

WVe will soon re *eiie a
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We aim to have all goods onr -ale /' 01v t/ 1,t wJ wtW
thoroughly reliable, because there is awninfs, HWt"' for /them,
such a thing as tnaintaining th I" tO. Finch.
grade all along the line. and no, mat- f On inch.
ter show low an article inay be' p.v-#-rv faamious loe-cent collarsa
priced at this Store you caR relyous 10 cent coll
its quality at all times. %W k ',-, .
only what we can recommend, and
we recommend only what we know DUiHAX Cigar halve
is trustworthy. When we tell you nO equal. For I8ale a
the merits of a purchase you can .
rely on the assurance. White's. D'Alembert .


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.


' PEOPLE OF THE DAY.
Comnia l tr t, S :: ml S i'-iTr, at
prn-t.i.it .r-re 'il < f t'..' i' i:,- l .iL-p>''-
tion lt:h a ., ii :, i a-- 'l ',I r s,'--
ev I'apia .n I. a:. \ -:.. hsi. -;l t:. \, 'rli'r
rf i;.e i !.,n:! :f ( : T!.,. i'l"y ,',
lpazirt v,'t x\;, '- :1 :. :' f;:::l: I [,r

* I:--I ; a I-aIal salic. :i. ll the I'.i -ilke


(NOii'ANI)ER cj. ATONE -(-nROFDFFL

t~o tou.-la at (;u~aia(on thoi-r %%ayivti. -1114
1-01u11 : '1'114'1a-0't-Wvill I,,ae : cl 'h

c-la~li:nst:lliina is 4!ii Ii ii o-1i-'~lohisha-
o*i im:, mu.ant,l.r S. Ilt in o-.!4 r *-x Iof- .sts tii
ii-ail fmu --.InI aI I ra:tnu ~~~ aliitit thei' iuiil-
dile if \hi*iv :;r~l1qi '-.it a.a


I')st H4i1 if 1il u:j:!tla inI 14a naiI \'sin
16IN 1: 1~.1i4 A ioii-; I 't-4i1iho.' t


jac&b aloe an 'FRany Mark."
ha'i %thi4,rr% !.1:. 4a-r -1. lt kt ili-tunc~tio

1I1tr !1 lit.'r 1s -I :1 1.0 ~ii- i- v i- .'lis''


P-3 twha.-t isIitiii-r'rtalljlhs,:ihili- I ittia:Ivv

Itiorr-3 sr!-vt. ;I ~-II m ark." -
TJo ktia"I, muc ii li i Ioi9 .:t :: o iiaIas
Isq- ultme' ani-I 11dI II- lie tla- (,-ftq,-t tmiirk'
In thlle"4 I,-it -r-.-g:arl.- :-i:I,; irnnl'. It

4 r~fim t'al ii- II-it 'rstm-:itt arliam'.i-iisthe
wylalpath.iv'- :1111a14-I1i,'' -utl-sumt'lit iia-lt.
Iti'M*' uainmt Ultt Is' sitice i'010'p '- itt' -
bee laeatlquarto'i--. is Iht' N1I(,vi -ciof ut
c-onstant lorlwtession osf visitors. That t
range froim )theme-'litiit poineniailt piofi's-
plotil til 314 T-1i t iunal cit izi-lis tIo lunhlals
-ease alul.rt wot sl. rv-gmi:ti-fui fu.r the'au-
1hor'~s intl-rqI--? Ta-t -illes ir.inchl-
Yrna3- ''whait noo l(~l' or-t''ext or 3liat 1w41
art- ,t4Nk~iir a lemih- tq'iiihiv:iIv v:ii'h
-And Iiaw i-o fl'-'ii l: tio gtitit.' sa ii
cbte of liii iitold t :ia'--rs in II '.:lhi'-'r-r
Ptrv'et. iiiuti f tla'ris asii'i.' wlitti''
101n4-li of .itlaltill Ithal'%Iwtt. %. i-
411n't 1ri--I 5.-Ill im'u'-rt (of III,, wit ile'

This -I ft.- r 2- 1 n 11 i Mullai'irr
OtI'wet. Yi#i'k- Will Idl

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li tti 1113.10,'1,i t I,- I o. :I \ --x%' :1 -1

O-An uiatag.''lfi-itmia Wilh ili II .-u h.t '
Un-e loo-. t I. % ,o v-.:It'hriii'ti'n illmihuaa


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I will repmir yviur wItcho -zmt
,eweir; in fin-t-class w vi .J. I.
?41pbf-ns.

Hanan $Shoes, the late!-t Sj'rizi.-
0'tyiei. at lit'!.

F ')RT IRARRANC&AS, Marvih '-O
.1: ll ISRJ. -ealed propv4)al. imtripi
iiestv. will he ro-cei.led here utzitl 11
a. an.. April W4h. 144). and thee-
.'p.'no-d. f.i- co~in-t rliet iot at V. rv
Pickt'n-. Fla., I Bitrr.-tck and I
Ou" rd ow-w. U. S. reservves th
right to accept or reject any iar
all pr.~ofxv~l- 'iT Saty jl.firt thereof
jnffornlqt~i-oi furni-lae1 on applica-
totol'l. Evelopekpp iPP ldt h e marked :
--PrtboxiaI= I 'n on ructel'n at Fort
PicI-14.Fla ." 4dres-ttd T. -N.
HORN'. 1,t LipnL Q. M.


ARE YOU'

BANKRUPT;in health,
constitution undermined by ex-
travagance in eating, by disre-
garding the laws of nature, or
physical capital all gone, if so,

NEVER DESPAIR
Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you.
For sick headache, dyspepsia.
sour stomach, malaria, torpid
liver, constipation, biliousness
and all kindred diseases.

Tutt's Liver Pills
an absolute cure.

hls tnather afj Ii'e, i of tilt t Sa lvationl
Army in this country. The son thenl
organized the Volunteers with the he'llp
of the liolters who followed hinll out of
the Saivationists' ranks. lchlef of whoum
was his devoted wife.

The Princess of Valem.
The Princess of Wales is renierally
credited with having a al h tnp lri-te-
less colictioIn of oll ldi<- .. As a l t-
ter of fact. tile priu-tncess has never hadi
the nmeaus tu nmak-o a r-eally tiine collc-
tion, and the wivts iof tiii.-t A aineri-.: ii
millionaires and many lEuglish womnn
of wealth and title |mss,-ss far tl.urt
la 'e than her royal hlihlit-s. The;
prinf-css. l:oWelvr. r utndoiil 'tIlly ihas a
itl|lti i :.it |1i:a tity satisfy lher t.ast's. l i.li run more to-
ward fiiur. of u!ii(li she p *s..sses a
great are of ctliorin'i.s vialiue. ll e wealth ofi
the jprii<'O <-nl-.iEIvr:hly enhalnii'd at the time (If
her silver v;.ed'1i-jn.. whln ininy thou-
snndl po idstl worth of i)rfeiou i stones
were shi >welred non t!m e fOiture oueen.
SHE WANTED GOLD.


One Wornin's ilde:: of the Money to
i-p'cmit in ia Lank.
M o,- ,, ;lli .al .l i, i i k. : r ,1,1 :It ftil
expense o(if lht l;.ar s'-x r .:i'Lrilini hli.ir
lack of fatir lia ;it .\ ;ili .laiks- :ai i1
tIlh ir 1 li lh1 4 l i 1it 4-11 1 t lo i l h t :;'i s
of tid'-he ;iuit rt- h it .It ;iil:;It'a ly h-La
IthII merlit of nlii\\ lam-,.
"My wifl hilad si\t-d up Lor p;u
1iiim 4y. or tnlil tM : sh i :i. lin't I.ulail l :ia-
sion to use itf it." saild tihl' rl:air of
tle story. "iilitli sr!!- hall .* i ill hills
of va nriolus d1la- i iifitli o nt ls. 'liis ~ slihe
was ix'tr'e.m 'ly d'sio',in" iof s'i-'< ring
gold for. n111i e\-vry d iN \lNhui, I c ille
home to hiimner slite would lillul ie over
tle -no;ils Iata.iiis I hli:l fiorug tti n Ito
prori-iur' t.le sliining min tal. I'inally shel
,aid sht-e woul4 t a ilIttral to hIe mlii:latterlI
hier-r- if. Th'Imlt a vii' in i slima greiv(el lile
witli : trilipli liilan t smile.
"'I ot iay gill l.' s!i4. i' i-l:imit'-dl as
o n a:s I ,, 'i titer' lv he iholh u 101t I hadl
a Iiiln, in doI nt it. thouli igh.
"Tho ,a i : l i l t. ,o' .'- t t- h:ti, ii'--,rll
to th,-- m i' t 'ilm i l.>'r il,! "il :d l:.s fil l t. .1 i- m. -t ill l I.* : i:-li- I lie
Ilol '-. \ to' 1 l' t 1 Il ,i t \<,At ti S '.
blll'-!l d il'le;'ll to h 1 l.:l;;!> "i;l l <* !" r<' 1

SlIt li.r Iv 'tV- rm ,, I 'I 1H t :ji iiui
l\ ii i ml:. lI> ai tl rl, I i h I i '' 'i n I| i :t"
''Iit I t t ta- Ind Ix 2 lan izhuin itt-t

I -:0 l li A, z 4 l < -1 l :11 : in l t : :[IdI l L o t
; \\ i l 'l il i t':1 h'-, 1';-'- I i'a'-iiu t il lr-i -

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'I !:;\, '.'l u t li 'i :; ': n ;, I r.-
p ':iit,.l. ',"l!:it dd id yo\ i d \\ %]i ll il i'.'
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h iTi! l: lili Hll iii rl ( nll h N. f It I" li I k

"1',1 I 1 A\ :- Iz I :I i y lilnI li i,:st
ti ri1 :i l. f ,:" li;: f l : i l1 .n 'r "if li \l'\ I ;'
to Inl:lik ally r, l "- 'ii'ii:i:ili l ii
quir-,r.


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'H. \ '. I)'* otan:ll> Bi| o od', I- fo ii :
ti.- Bli:. :B;. w ill caiii; t'.' H eivz ire
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ll i- th.i breath *-weet. B H h.iii '
u< t the reIl edyvou have beenli look
iug for. 7 horeiubhly tested for -ki
veard. Our re tdero are acdired to
try. 11 B. otr ale b Bloodruggitn
t iic erli large bottled full treat-
mentt t*,l. itomi lete directions with
:t. Addbreath LOOwet. B ALM CO..
Atlanta. (i:a. Describe your trouble
->nd Free per-oaal medical advice'


LIGHTNING'S QUEER FREAK.'
Strikes Tree and RIunsThrough Resi- :


dence, Doing Great Dnamge".
GREENVILLE, S. C., April l].- A uo:st
remarkable freak of light:.nu i- r,-p irtvtd
from Reedv river, this c.uunty. It oc-
curred at the residence of Mrs. T. W.
Poe. Lightning struck a white pin-
tree near the house and tore up the
ground. The bolt then entered the par-
lor through a window, that room being
badly damaged, and pine bai-k wa.,
thrown all over it, while the plaster was
cracked. Every glass in the window.-
was broken. The bolt then went into
the diningroom and demolished things
there. The mantelpiece was thrown
into the middle of the riam and half tho
chimney torn out. A tin waiter on the
mantel looked as if it had IK-.'n perfo-
rated with large shot and a metal pitcher I
was melted. The lightning wemt up-
stairs, tore up the molding and disar-
ranged things generally. A bolt also
struck in the backyard and went up a
small tree where several! chickens were
roosting without hurting them. Three
tre s were struck and 35 windowpanes
in the house were broken.
Mrs. Poe was awakened by the noise
generally, as she had fallen asleep in
her chair, and when aroused she found
an incipient fire in the diningroomn
Every room in the house except her
own was visited by the lightning I

IN THEIR NIGHT CLOTHES.
Lightning Burns House and nimatet
Have Narrow Escaple.
MCiDO OI-U(.H. Ga.. April 12.-Tuesday
night lightning struck the re,.idi-ence of
Mr. A B. Dailey. who resides 2 miles
northwest of this place, and :et it on
tire. The hov-t % was c niiplttlt'y de-
..tr., ity. Mr. DaMi.Ry ana lhi, family "s-
caped witl-itu .s' riuli injury, but aill the
hou. .hild gidis, cl.lthing, tIc., we're
destroy1.d.
Thi niPeml-,rs 'of the fi:inily had r,--
tired for the night andi whlill the fire
was disc coveredd tii-v. were fornltld tv
leavi the housi in tliir night <(lothel;'


THE FORCE OF HABIT.
Uonv It Once Played a Menn Trick on
I'rederieL V illiers.
L'. V'. Saliel. in TI'hl- S:aturday Evien-
lan I' st. tells an anecdote of F'rmdl.r-
it-k Villiers. the famous war corre-
spndent. Villiers had liten under fire
f;,r solime days. thlie enemy homlba-lrding
thle force to whlii-h lthe artist was at-
it -li':- so thaltt the arrival of a shell
was a fo:imilouplace cirilluast:iance to Iw
ti.reted in: the usual wayv. Oiut of this
ordea li e (caile uins watliaed to London
and was strolling down the crowded
Strand. .i
On a sudden tihe pedestrians were
appalled to see him fling himself at
full lhe-glih upon tfle greasy. miidldy
paveileltii and there lie on his face.
rigid as a dead nian. From all direc-
tionus imen' r;ishled to render him as-
>istaint-e. They turned lhimt over tol
riull his lann da uibliiti ubottotti collar.
v, pl(-tiill to fin.d him In a fit. But no
(tn his face they found not thle pain
and pal:or of epilepsy. but astonish-
tilentli alnd ind. Villiers. when they
lai.l I lid ouf hiill. m iOth ly jv.iuil;ied ito
bis feet. shook til' imilud fr and l !otes a:id thlieln loked ar"i tld
for :nI explanal on of hIs o\\i: :ii:p:ir-
enltly ihliptic -atc The x !:' i'iiil: i : \ :;
forth.li- i 1'ilg.
A fewv i '. ds hl-I'li"d Iii:n t.-',.J a
hti 'se anmd r;:'t. Tl'lhi .ir-t'!m- h:i I a mo-
mIent iaftr- \Viili 'r. pl:rs.-d pilli1d thi'
l':: i a :1 :llli:. ,-I thie cart hlo, t > il:ni
ei .. u iid a load ofi ;:\.'l 1 '. ,
li(;,.y beam s of tlhi -l rt. lt i,'l:,i.
str -li thi wiii l p:i\'i \Vwili "i rai'-
S nilliii 1 "d lllll t :u;l." la I l ,.- <-l-:!ii
rawr'l hiissld mit v. itla ;hnl :I ruiir
This -r iimloililion of souids. thefi \;r
Irist di-.l:tilrd. \,was idnt- i<-ial \w ili thei
st: iinllg of a li\li she'll. :i!iIl \ ii; ,lrs.
forl ,.-l iig thlit hlia ltt i 'n stool ,, tlholusml:nis f maliih froi tii li .w:il of
\\:'.r. "1ilnlliiatircally tiling l niiinilf ili\\w n
to :1 i\\ it tilh direidfiul i'ex losiomn.

He fot the Infornintilon.
Anl Enait theli i i, .lhi plih W hitakrr. tlite |mlllili er of \lWhit:akIr'.s .dilaranik: "i-'Fr ithl
first issue hw' wv.iant.ll. :loig wiiha simi.
lar inforniatio.in, th amount of tic t :il-
nrie-. r 'l,,i\'tIe ly a niumil'-r u f ii'ertain
high fiuntlionarles in ilte civil s.'rvicv.
AppliRatio0 to I le Ie sa o ei, ;lm ti ihn-
selv<'s \--w itiiforiiily nit within only
flat refusals. A.%cordiii-ly tlie .\lni;i-
taack aptl -:ared''l wit!i n li.t of ll oI l-
c'ials. e:icii credited willi ia pitr-ly imiag-
inairy 1m1.
'"The result w.a- iniitatnl'nntios. IIar'l-
ly lihad tht lir-st eiition collie fore tli ,se whose s:i:iirihs :i i'n:: I .n
1- l propr<' t1 w;o t l iti!;in; <-rre wNIlhilr' tlie polite st;aIlai'llts of t'l il.
IilJ4 rlve''nule alti'lrities \\w r, iimil ir-
3l e 'l'-io-i lls i-where tit e alle;- I. ni' i tll fi
was :t all In exce conie."


\V.- make a special bu-iin-- "I
--liia.z miothinier that is dur.thlf, v', II
i::u e. ;uald perfect fittinir; i s i 11-1-
l!>-,- froi trme -t.art within u-;. ri d 'v--
,-eichi oiuit to, imy cary-fully ni:d --I11
,w : tithe re-ilt is we di.-dlay ,111
k.-k i theli h--t. and you findl your
c-lioic, ;igree'tablty ea-vy whmen you -''t
-"atiiy" t- lIllrlli.elao. iaThe iIm., wV;oi
A;i-4 out f i Pr stolr- w ithl :i n w
>n-ili-- -lit il l ii- l hi:.k i- r,';ili
inr hll-il-lh.; in ini.l -d : 1 i)- l ok- it. it. r
v- fitr p-rfect'lly: h.- f--Is it. tuir ,#.
j.i J i tho .?< ii f:icetioln th:lt I,#- l;i-
>:;id ltha rirht prio'; hi ft i'-'nd-s ;ani
itilhbir- knowlitt. ior hei la- shlowni
ii- u.tn li jiulganl fit b)y dii-;ulla i t 'ti:
it lii-t!tI ionI i w iir -r-' reli.hilitv i ;
*'atchwor.'. White's.


TAKING THE REINS.
fleeehwt'iil Iae-d a mile ini 2:1.5 at ima~
Aa'c vio I' '0%1*


s,t:ds ;It an aiujujuial (!.i'.ri ~la.I.o


tle Ia (s14-I xu t j II Ii fI Ir t 1 '.
I -'.th l. i u! l% i ci k p!a.il fr r d 1 1ri : t,4
t lnrIi uiicnaf4 t'~In lPi4 i otit11i at 11,,, 1

Tif:1 .1' ::, v. ;.Irhor.Oc(ld Late. (",
v:1 Mckll~ei.Cx's .,I:-:i 'iltlriilz .tlhe cuvlu
%%-at-. 'i ;!fi al. -!iv is ;;N lirs otld.
aIn l'(k4; Ialiff Iita 1:1 l.V11i- ijild talf.*

TIhi f~amiaiu'Kent tck v sadd le .gt'hldin
JI" Iif I IITl V shaSIIi IfI ped ltok EunInt It. t b (t 1- -
er dla'.y.IIt- V. ill tx ixhibitud ti the IPain'

D r. K~anea. p ci-i-idiot'f the New Y ul1,
Rld Dr'lI aivetr*s' flss't ialit 'll, has offered Ito
,j. InaOtt' :1icp valuedit'i t $50) ifor te~lfl
r.1ijeiag. 'fht.- l-'i'.g-Tiiiton company will
alogi ve .1a(.111)fol. thit Same1wiprpiow.-
1Ed1 4'orriigun i. thle Chic-ago Ihi krst'aii ii.
will si'nd Iih i'-ih rsf-o'u!,t higla ntl'ill t h*
Mialilleaplliis. wichiia is duti~t to il 4IllM) 1
26. He%%illV li ake I VV I*tightor'inehll
hoiursesz. li iiili~im. sk-i tlh2!t tilolds that
hait-1 lilt i tkttlt lt1t0. f .19

ml tht- 1Ni 1- k w 'it uk :.eiI- til ht- firt Sat-
(l14 i t lt, tg : ct itll fiiflvii. it Ihv ig ht hular-
Iat-s~ u,z it r!vtI.hi. l gi-mjiit 1-jiciw f r-n:


Already IIk,.! Ome.
When S!l i:itl inii isapd her rernanrks
relative to slimiuithulnafiehe anddom, that
41 itl I n t? m4eet -1 hr n pjki-val. hit- spike.
"1I 41(1 40 (,(. 'Why io 4''itsould l t.1t
wona:]ma surra Zl*.'lie: Sa id. "You al-
readY ihold of'-o."
"VWhat ofce'tbe< iilk. dmanded.
"Speakerr of' the house," be replied.-
Chie.ago IPost.
('Ole a 1,1iitiiiliz. for theli- ht!'Ilt '-f
cenlts or~ly la~t, d a we~ek ; 25 ovzoi~i
inore jw-t revoeivitd(. but thicy w-i'll
lant lotg. NVWIi iIe's..


We will launder ylour spreads for
15 cents each and iimake them look
like new. Star Laundry.

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


Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.
Sits for the little fellows, with
Double Breasted Falncy Ve-sts. the
eute-t things that ever happened, at
White'i.
i I*'YiLY lii'OP


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is ai harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pan..
gorie, Drops and soothing Syrups. It is Pe-;manit. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other N.r. 4t,.
substance. It destroys Wornis and allays F'everi .,iio..
It cures Diarrhwla and Wind Colic. It relieve-s T,- iti..
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regualhate. 11i,.
Stomach and Bov;els, giving healthy aLd natural lnh,.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bean the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
Vwg ceT~vnu S '- 01 of"~Y -


CASTOR


Chas. H. Turner,

+*ARCHITECT*.


--AND


General Contractor,


LBuilding. RIparing, Mantel and Grate Setting. Plumhbinei. ,
anid (as Fittir;f.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
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S Telephone No. 345


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Citizens National Bank

OP PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WVELLPS,.
VICK--PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFFIFFIVER.
CAS .i
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CA111 i.


T. E. WELLE4. %WM. FISHER.
J~ E. F. S-auders & (Co.
K. J. NNHII'M I, tEl. JOHV FI. PFEIFFER.
L.1HIlLTrON (REE.N.


A General


,f medicine that g,-.- ill a,
lr -cri ipti i ll filled iii thii- -t1oe i-
p rit'ctly pure. Piur drug.11 ; .m i :ii:. 1i
; p'f.ly lcr ovfy'4V. 1*11 1 ( tIil t1 111v:1;ih
a1 i -I t;->. Y u wa:ll II hiv -t. !. t
in- till y,,lr l4"--1' ipti ii. :is -u,,pi\
The daily news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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HE


DAILY


VNEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 13, 1900.


vOL. 30.


NO. 60.


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


SOUTHERN RAILWAY


TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE


PUERTO RICANS


FACE STARVATION


Several Hundred Members of Delegations Call Upon Govcr-


Order Quit Work.


nor For Food.


WALKiED OUJT AT 11 O'CLOCK MANY TOO LAZY TO WORK

I .at~e 'ite ,I A1.1,14~ .01 [;N t i~e'There Are sfam NuI( lp W :-al!
11 pli till%% I oX it' 'itis1atlo". Need .V..i-iaijvv, 0Wiwi-, Li'. t I
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JAMES R. LANDRUM,


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IeI'I'CItliC O3I~.EF L J~T~OF1 THE 'I'EAC. COND
l)EsTHIChr.

One of Ps- n..i wuacoa h r ipltN(t v ,Lu I awt n.whohat ~s sudd.enlyiti mp f ed into


"z','+[ ':'lit ,1"- ,,nl tl T ,* 7.1I' I \v re7 iar,,f,. d p lti(c tthe 'xr. --l : pro ll-ene e il t lll' gs poliltl'll. Ia the subject of tl e foreg, llu.tration.
,,I r.d u, a" ,,.'*-ik ianl the' strike ,f wanit and il,,s:itu:i m, to be w'i Jamines R. Landrum, democratic nominee for justice of tit peace for the
i- nllw an ini full lar. Tile euntiremaiin of this fa;t Neverthhles thI I itt~at i secondd di.triet. In the cntiett at theit priminaries April l Mr. Landrum
hinl fromi \ Wa.hiri.tin to (Groenville, Is nut qimte a. lad asit hasbeen painted opposed Judge Boykin Jones. the present incumbent, who as a Confed-
Mig..i is til up. Tihe bys are out on At n,,,,a vy"terTray auothlr delegation rate veteran and a man of great personal popularity. The ie-ult shows
e,, M.-niphisdivisio, Knoxvilledivision f pr ple from Ag e rs how popular Mr. Landrumn is with the masses, he having received 2
n"O Allana division. The Order 0f poor people fm Aguas n p votes, while the vot for Judge Jones wa- 352. Mr. Landrum is an attor-
Riilw Atlranta divi.don. Ther Order of seated thomselve at the Ipala'e. ney of ability, and ellough quite a young man, his friends are confident
S/ / ~~icut of the teleriaphersemployed on the The procession was headed by four or that he will preside over the court with dignity and that his decisions will
Entire syhteim, and we have reason to be. five little girls not over 10 years of age, all be equitable, impartial ana just. He has now crossed the threshold of
*lievk the tie-iup is complete. At present' two of whom carried black flag, evi- the political arena and there is every reason to believe that he will becoe
7 y I can not give out anything further." dently supposed to signify that the party one of the shining lights in future political campaign.
The operators in tis city, 12 in num- was itn mourning for the ones left be-
Sltr, went out prowmply at II o'clock. hind; too weak from starvation to at-
It a- alwavben redd that Atu M Me lan whnse picture C. A. Barnes, division freight t o0 tempt the lonu journey to the capital ARGUMENT IS CONCLUDED. FIENDISH CRIME IN SUMTER
it ha- always been corredad that Anu M Millan. whose picture the Souturn here, id at noon ut the The little gir were followed by 5 --
S..ar< herewith. at one of th. tni-ti popular of the county officials among I plaest of the striking operates had all women and 100 men. They were re- Judgel Hammond Reserves Decision la Il ,,iers in the country pr-cinct-. and now the vote at the primaries been promptly filled by men in the office teeived at the palace by Colonel Hoe. to Memphis and Charleston (Ca11s. Child Ilurned to *sath.
I April 10th prove% that hl ie. equally popular in the city precincts wh,, are olirators and that so far the whoAn they presented a petition, telling M.PIems, April 12.-Argument in the S-MWTER, S. C., April 1-.-A fend
"Abulated etate-wenlit of the returns published ill thil ls-ue shows that b.ieii Aprdwto h twutnd,,iuo.Tsthe
'- eMlan reivd 1 votes ur th the c ined vote of his two' nieity e ying condued without the o1 want awdetittio. This is the
Mcu M llanree d61 t ret h ti-o in vt esihistwod pw tiee heort ie of the m minority stockholders of the crime was sxkommitted n rhe sfaee w-
S.nts. bth of wh are popular c and both f them made a Hstatd t p to tis ti, the b Bue thi week, the trrivig on late emhi and Charleston rilrd vanna action of this county Teday
r,.us and e-arnte-t cauva.a.v of the county. each doing all il his power to ness of th .ad has not been interfered. Monday. It might be noted in this oon, against the Southern Railway company night. The dwelling house and 1at
r f- uficien vot-- t defeat Mr. Mc lallan ha wth any lay at this point nection that early all of these delep- 'which had beenin progressbefure Judge aud stableof Matt Gddis, an induutri.
d from hi- ple.nnt and magnetic person ilit. Mr. McMillan has w nhav f thi general Hammond for three days. was brought ous lvrrt wr tir by an nely
-rit..rated by ,.i-t -srvie ha.t he is a vry #fitciett. careful, ompe- tSltuation at BIrmingham. district. The arrive at the lael-t a clo yesterday y. he clndig and when h was awaken l the etime
X aid accurate circuit c.erk. I'l-i record- in hii4 oftlice are neaty kept istr t t to a loe eterda.
*. i- alway- ready to furnish any inform, ttin relative to public mat- Bl~INGHAM, Ala., Apt.11 .-At noou most daily and the general opinion argument was nude by Tully B. Conr. prnties were ahlaze. The dwelim
.-'at the public imay desie, therefore his popularity with the masses i it was ated at the offices of the super, obthaject y ar irected by people wih an nick ew.iof Knoxville who brought the a ous wa falling in, and in the pi
'-'-adv grwtti. Tie voter.. of Ecamnbhi county ar,, well pi -ased with intended of the Birmingham division obheu all rginate In the same diis- con i junction witb W B B. lender- that fullw.t eldtwa lt ioth
iWhen all originatee in the -ame ubia of thiscitvon Iyha'f of the 011iii. n6use anl
I-t I elecratit ti, agint by a handsome y have proved f the Southern railway that two teleg trit it appears rather suspicious. plaInanti. er. u:rrowly eiaping with their live.
mjri.t.. ic n h~anudoemjrt, raphers had obeiyed the order to strike. flames the Ak-alde. At the conclusion of Mr. Cornick's Every house *, h. 1 ..'i'es, with lhewr
ot.T.H AritIv4 WAIl. A T.. I Y C USE. i A colt the ofaAi( of tLae Alabama Greataler ho and
SOUTH.AFRICloNWAlt. A XVi1ltt I USE. Soulbheln, controlled by th', Southern, it Aml'ording to the report of tie post bpch court was adjouneid and Jnr.ge citrtiut. .'ittrs, d. N
wa... leaed that. six tun are Out at commander atAguas )meai,, unierHdateHammond took the (lae under sidvise. Il the stable w.' fur horse nn
S. r,- l H.-a at p-rer iah:,lx and rmmt ,rs to Be points between here and Meridian. of March 29, over 3,000 rations have uent. He will review the re .crd before the lbrn all of (eddis 'rn, forage and
B lrc ing lilt. A t Veptrer Iat.tsx and Wrigtar Srreleiae to Be Marea 29, o 800 r have
S ri -Adce fr sprinkled i Smmer lren isnud weekly from at post for reilering a diision. It i iit iitproba- fertihzerl for the year. Everything of
.M. i -Atice fr Th ino!a Medical society r tSituation In Atlanta. over three months. He says that there ble that an opinion will hl- handed down valut that he p, e.-! was burned.
a. N.rt. al- ilia: tl heI .r- .r T t -td TApril 12.-Prtcde t o tW. V.I are no needy people excepting those who within the next ten days. t
...;vily i te fi iat its lAtnelet.-ttilzdappointed a commit AT TA donot wish to work. The case will no dmrbt h. app':ehl.d AWARDED $10,000 DAMAGES.
a.. d ,v, -.. ..,,t ,uri- t ..-.- tee conl.isti of Dr.-. J. Harris Pier- Powell of tlhe Order of Railway Tele* There are few families who have not whtv.r rtilt. dociiion, a s the :tt i. r. Verdht A
fr t e. t..F. 1,trh ad H. I. to- graphers, orderedd a strike of the tele. ar lea-st one abhlebtdied man. The alealde ilti'Adis verylarge.
'. '*Xm .. l' f-r F, a -tan'..e. polt. iL. F.t Mrsh and Hf. L. graphers and other -tation ein ,yes hasi i Ied orders that any ablebo liedl an C K S southern Railway.
.-. t.r- au-o hv. n -on.,oactitheater.fproviding trhersadatt th r mustl- maden t w"rk for their rationu. JACKSON'S ARE CONVICTED. Aor..'r., April 12.-.A verdict a
1 .,.l :L .e .* tilt-ti !ave cap- for thet -pi inkini;,. diriti : the -urM- beadquarterUTrrsreprt.-re.'eivt hwI hat 1M- tates that the alcalde failed utterly Jur* lPturn-t rerdlt of udiilltv ul b,.nde re.iindered in tl>' 'a.'- of Elizlbes-
h e, r tiontht-. ,of tha entire length of the men are quitting all along the line -, ..* Ihe re. I, r -mired. although he Ke"omnends ere., 1 M. Elwarl. vers the SMuthern rail-
. ,'i. t- cit ,,,,-; r t' a -r, t n' th. wiaf te nd the situation i,. c,,sideref \e' h l vry. eli h ad aple tnint, aruad thaov the o |nr Apn .r..-p.le. wilr,.h h, ad th ,ait n at
'ia.t110.ila couragng.1 atilde receives 304 relief supply tie'ket- 0 C411.A .ii. S. .pril 2-.A -.ensit- %.%,t wimiV. h hats l..i ,n trial in thee
, Ild .a iptiurd y H ,.'I- :it W ri!.t -:r-. t. ni .f \Wi: !it -treet aging. - monthly. tional trial ha.i. -tnded at Ii'hestrti4d. l'u ,rI! -tat',. retuit ,'eurt in,',, A.pril:.
,i!;. *it w.t Ir works. -a- i.- rat n .i Pal.teix to, tli' tniiin d-epilat. No Interruption of Trat :i ,i i_: t'i.t it;'r_'l t .- t r. T .,. -,.,' tI I, c,I l ,, 1 : ,,ve ii th:i. W' i<;lllNlT;t,. April 12.-Vice Pro'si his lhrsonal opinion the rn u.psts for ,,,,,trerl..r 'f (rtH ..fi, i i anige i the sum of f1-0,01t
ti h. I '. )ii gt il,4t it rv r, lnt anl ( ,. a rl Manager iiil i f w r a d provisions warti .hiiplv sit' iit. il anf tig'e iiirl. r r 'l.-,I,. i i. Tha, ieT -u l,,t ., ,,
z- :-.< of t h-alvades tio provide" provi-i.ns f,,r v',:i' white lVomi a,,ll. "i jury l'.*',l. Th, plaLtu ff'- bi-,r;; l. \V S E -
,. -, ,v e i a : :t- a i i- ,,i itin, i th,- '. llrt.rn railway made' ligh .t th, th y idl, ,ple Th. rant .z i,.l. i,, n il i bl r n.. ks iw r.lt. w1 1.., i, i :. ;:s a rtiinOanaind
S,- i' i. :. l i I p' jil ,l t c1 r) 'rte .- t r i of tel *-raphher * i~i :. 1 A v. .,. ii .k. -- at'-- a '-m S' h rn'A '*. Hlie said the re was no iiattr a ei rtai a rlilue of citlizelnL s of the town ].irt 'Teiei -lt n, \.a !i ii r| -ra', evi r:n!w.*v. ; ;i fIl a i ni i killed tv a
v. 1 : : c nt .v rv family hould draw rl f sup- T .lW k -- hal :-.-l F.1.a 1:t i t I l. . \ h il. t k-
'; ali 'a i,, .\', h ',a : l" "it .'ti ",-n l h v -it -bi. Only Two Oiit at li a oxa ill l. clirs, whether or not they an ti ue: l it -,, t ; t iill'.. t'i l :ll l i' -. l, i lwe l, ,'. .I ,' ..1 ;in .t i(.> h r-.
. - i,. .'t ,.a oil. 0'1. Ap. I'a",, t I tw iti ii-..t ,,,f h lrl e i n i r ,, l l- T .,;t-,Ial ih ,I ia, ; i ''.it. 11 Ii
i :,t ',i.,a,.. :' . ,il' l r- , ; 1 **. I I , ,rnli f ti rit a lla tt d t o h im h it t til .tl'ta'i a ni.r 1, p7-1i.l v .1 i l ..- IIt ,:,i;,, i1 -at% ir Ii ,-r-- a nai .
t ca t li ti'ilute them' t thl, e n ire l stv Sh a ..- a .;:iie -, !,.. T i, :, ,., a r a 'a I i i I \ l i t'a -
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.- :h<,.I ttiat tl'. Ii..- walI t* te-lticat ally seeks the public welfare-
, t ", ita-mirraw. IIn health andil satitary matters., rath-
I er than the individual interest of it-
.'ti.al c,,tiiipatiti i thmt d. .mr i member- ; and. s) far a. Peusacola i-
:' ailch lliiany of th tl-erim,- c nicerliedt. Its medical society is
t' ,a ardy are adiiitmled. -'Th i nitetd for fre lquenit aud effective ef-
-. '.A u-e of I'Ire KI.V Asv HIni lorta iit be halt of the saiinary well-
% ill ermija .ve d cilur' thi-e dip- e being of its inhabitant-. The present
( .ndition. Sold by Hannah disinterested and patriotic move-
:i;ent of the society. in endeavotiing
t to lni'iiniz?- thie dangers to) t the pub-
T'A1t-: Ite iNI I lic niealtti of inh.Aling the miicrohe-
latdoei du-t of the. pa iiincipil -treet-.
. < a,,t-ald-r SaL e lO li'. dla. ;>-ratli t otf .-vtry V i il-en.


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0- -m : tho.-r ~ato tn"now.

~ 'a ~ Bring. (G,-Wl.
0'lai t-t IFlat. Bm-zuav~.
BrI~. iga~~de.


An lionest Me eilic'tin" for Ifa Gripp*.
(;G ,. W. Waitt. of South G(ardii.er.
1-.,- ay-: 1 liat h- ad the wor-t
aoaugh, colela cthil ? ;ia( r-rip and haVe-
tak-u l It- ot tr: -I of noi account but
profit tm t)ilIm '-- Vidor. C'hamlherlain's
(Courh It- li -iy i- thl-i onily thin i), that
tia!- dloi,' *a,'," in.',a .d w ihatevoer. I have
u1-. 't- :i -':l to,, tle-and the chill-,
* -d :A iid .;'' I tave iall left m e. I
c iati ar.,til .* tt '- iiatieiuftacturersofi all
tloaei-"-t iite-dili'.'" For s.Ale by Hai -
it ti. li'i-. :a;inl a I Igmed.icine dtealels.

i .t y'ullr E .-te-t -retzels. soine-
t1 a. a t intl-. :i
I i. V1F IF t '-F iE Sl' \it H.AKE8 .
i-,cht !:'in -' l -1 C lothiiz 1 i-
), ii ils n v- ry r,- ip-,t tio itll ii--to.
,ordir m inn ". the new Spring
arllv l.- at h'ite'-.
BI,.IS IS THI: .MAN.
Ch:i-. H. ;11i-, ik the iman who ad-
vert;-..- Pei-acolta. He does it right
and dr-servs -your -upport.
WIe tuake Clothing to order, and
represent M.1. Htrn & Co.. Chicago,
the greatest merchant tailoring con-
cern in the world; satisfaction and
perfect fit guaranteed. White's.


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A1 1I A f h .1
ml I i "l*it ll .i .i t,. Ih : t
e1 ill *'liiport l'> lte' r. piah.ra..
.\II \ rT\. .\;i;l 12 .1A! thi r'..gular
-, Iii1 in i ti hly ri",' i i.u ,f tfi" .\ftlaint:i
lF-ad'rati a am Tradl'. li:- il last iightr a
ri'e' lutin i w'.s aiapti, tl e'xpre"si-iig Vyin-
plithy t',r the rier eif Railway T'l'gra-.
plhe'rs ill their controversy with thi',
Southlr-n Hailwy company. The oplt-r-
ators w re ffiially nodliled of the aup-
ptrt of tle' Atlanta f'deratin. .
New Udne to E'urope.
FERNANDINA, Fla., April l.-Huds-
peth & Co. (of Riobminm l. ap,.-nts of a
transatlantic steamship li nt, will estah.
liul a regula-' line oft steati:n r- f-I:oi F,-r-
naidinra to l-Eunqan w im j r- at an ,-',:'ly
,iate. These .teaiiers "lill t-ak- all kiuls
of uinscellani'os. freight. such a.s naval
tires. cotton, phosphates, ,c..
Comnlis.idon .at San iFruanelco.
SAN FilA\l(.-4o. April 12.-All the
mnemln'r- of the Philippinie' eommni iii.-.i ll
are her' no,.W e-vx'-opt IHenry tC. Id4e of
V'riniit. wit' is -xp-cted tixlay. Pra-
fe,-tar 1-'rnarl M..e. tihe ('alifornia
Vrlilvxr. will ienteTtain hins leaguesgus at
their U'ivi rtIrtv elub. at,.-r which they
will li,,ili a ttiriniial uLilt'-tinig.
Death tofan E ilitor.
rC vF i.iNi'. April 1'.-Carl Clan sseu.


,no. v at' 111.. 1at kyria tViI G e'rrman. .t'a. pemmood.


,a.rly rt vay a; th' rity hospital oft
lri.ht's disIa.v. H- wa-s .;) yVwas uld.
S"Ill weed grow apace." IImpuri-
ti-- in your blood will aleo g-ow uni-
le-s yon promptly expel them by
taking Hood' S arsaparill i.




Pi-tachio Cream WVafer-o-some-
thing new. Your dealer should have
them.
An elegant assortment of tru 'Is
and valises at White's.


'.Im i'al iandl- H11 ve14 IIeetn Fe'Il.
I ] l:; "l l r |4- .4 tilt .))l" ;1"" !I rl I:1ill\
-t:irvin:' witl v w iork to lo. i Fhil
.:iiis oaf i' dllar-' wir'th of prt -i ii'
'; '- 41 1-l't i- d to thee-. ]a pla r t r
i;;:,;:v Iliia iths. i'hliaim-iiliui as lilil, I ''ii
tf il. i el tilt r,.lito -Uplply li.a- itlv r riil
.1,!l IIt Pimerto Rico. a illn t-v rv
,',iitiry. a -lhi." of pieopll' exist who will
linot work st lon g as tlihey imay pk uli
'tinughl to ke''il the spark aof lift" aflani
without exerting theniselve'. This sort
of pepil' have' learned of the $2,095.000
appropriated to Puerto Rico. and many
of them have come in expecting to re-
ceive their share.
The condition of the laboring class
will lie materially relieved in a few
weeks. Contracts for the building off
nine new reads from seacoast towns toi
interior points were let a few days ago
The approximate cost of this work will'
be 00,000, of which $.5,000 must be'
earned per menath, according to the rmm-
tracts. It has been estimated that nearly.
10.000) men will be given employment.

CUBANS BECOME RESTLESS.
They lDel re a lVole In Managena-nt
of Affairs.
HAVN'.A. April 12. Thb Dnomesti,'
Union party has issued a circular ex
plaining that the advisory board wasi
only designed ait a means to h.lp the
Culans secure so-aite voice il the nian
ag'ment aof affairs while the I,'riod aof
intervention alart.ll. The. circular -na
phatically dis'-lainited any intention, lby
tihe institutiotln olf an advisory board,( te
a-sist ii prolonging the inltervention


raks Lt.xative Brnmo (uinine Tablets. All
trugglits refund the money it it fall tc
-*iur. W. Urove's signature is on eacb
'>ox. 16c.

Remember the date. Wednesday
evening, April 18th, at 8 o'clock.
The Little Folk's minstrel play at
Clutter's music hall. Admission -'
cents ticiketson sale at Coe's and
Clutter's.

SEE RO88 & CO.
ABOUT SCREENS.
Crossett's Young America 13 shoes
for young men, the best shoe in the
world for the price, at White's.


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T l )ei'1 l \ ;' I' \ ; : I t* l -1, !. l I '.1 I' l ; tl ill lI'tr
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1 i-li. I'' 1i a t t eil' htiproll rtyv ims
.a;. I< :' i hl' I t i! i ..- I \. 1! a :l- <1 a 1. 'V rv fi'na n: l w ill Io. u-4t-e in
'a *ill'-. \I ;il; I' 'i i t. i tili i'tll 'I" l- i I L ;" .lli t 'ta.g; M li! -,'e
I-:IL 1 ,, ;. ,'.ro, % C: I- *p- t I ,w iili* tlit pr I ),,p rty
a, -,t il'\t M ,,i' Vii t'i'r I.i la- ati > l tl; l the' r
pr4-., itt intI ii i ,ati i tl. (t I',arle -r, .r. 1lv
l)i\ 11 l-..,.ll will g'a t o thi.- pI,' the' fa- I ry (I.eI- Lifet' sentence .
v,,ri.' in tlh .- p-ecilatiaii. J Thr0. I eita t,'T- AT amiral Scint-hley. Iiut, aral ro am-r amiurt 'Mi ill a'alld ,, -..,'iioi tol try
0. ta nllu it '... \ lhn irn | .<-.l r '. iuf v a n dl i
Arthur B-hani's Arthur e'kai, \NV. H. iane'l r I'ry for tlihe nure.r of Joe U.
llandetan's Parmetnion, C. T. Patter- Isry o>n I)'ea. 22, 1 N9.. Tih. t-Mt wia
ill's ltnupliglht*-d, H. H. Stairihel's given tito the jury Tul'.-day night at tlk3i)
Dranilburg and H. J. .Scrogwan' Flori- o'clock aitd they returned a verdict
sar art, looked AIn aits the starter., i Wedlneday morniiig, finding the d&-
-fendant guilty with a reeommenadiata
liatertlate to Fight C(ae. to mercy. .Judge Rese sentenced fbl
An.ANTA, April 12.-Thel hiatertate tio the' (eorgia pienitentiary for life a
Building antd Lni amuc.iartion will re. adjourun-d court.
gist the effort being made to4 place its L.a Gripp Mucceasfnu'ly Treated.
affairs in the hands of a re.eiver. R. P. .,I have just'-rpoovered from tbw
Connor hlas filed a petition pravying for secondd attack uf li grippe thi year.'
the ailinlitmillnt ,t aitr, -e.-ivtrl-, tt the says Mr. Jas. A. Jones. publisher of
asi.iatiaoi will fight it. .'r..otarSy o',rt the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "ft the
states that the, a.et'x-iation i in ie.,l oral- Ilatter ca.,e I used Chamberlain's
edition anid til.- petition will i,- r',-se\e Cough Remedy, and I think with
at ievet ry stop- I,,,,,. ihl_ .-, ,. rl.r i .


Murderers entenieId to auinlg.
ErTA.w. Ala.. April 12.-The trial of
Walter ( orI'on aild B'ut Ingruiin, hin-
brother-in-law, ne-grem-s, for thri, nmirdler
of Tam Buntain. at I'lint-11. Manrh ;;l.
has I,'eun c':i'cluded itin tp rn-ii. a iul r
circuit court, each maitn lc'-ing ftunil
guil.-. Both were sentenced tA haLng

New spring arrivals in Silk Neck-
wear, at White's.
YOu will iet those c-le-,brat-d l 'a--
'er Pretzels next Satuiday andl sun-
'14v at
1:t,2 P- I 'IFF EIR'.S TEAM HlA a t:RK


bed a little over two diys, agaliet
' te- days for thl* former attack. The
-ecoendl attack I allI sati-fled would
hav-, it' o. ltially a- bad as the Ar9t
Init f.r tti. uL- oi4 t!jia ra -rnIedy as I
.!tjii to go to hd i'i .l'botr -ix hour-
after je-ling '.tuck' with it. while Ita
the- first i.ose I w,la zihle' to mttendItl t
businie-s abait two ( day before get-
tinir -downi. For-ale by Hanmrtn
Hiro-. a,..i all In'dlicine deal"rs4.
O)ur .M,-n'- Sprina. IClothiinvi' i up-
rto -d:i' ini every way. I'h Jn).
White- lab-I wouldn't be o theI if
they we-rei't. Whate'-.

WVe will soon re *eiie a
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We aim to have all goods onr -ale /' 01v t/ 1,t wJ wtW
thoroughly reliable, because there is awninfs, HWt"' for /them,
such a thing as tnaintaining th I" tO. Finch.
grade all along the line. and no, mat- f On inch.
ter show low an article inay be' p.v-#-rv faamious loe-cent collarsa
priced at this Store you caR relyous 10 cent coll
its quality at all times. %W k ',-, .
only what we can recommend, and
we recommend only what we know DUiHAX Cigar halve
is trustworthy. When we tell you nO equal. For I8ale a
the merits of a purchase you can .
rely on the assurance. White's. D'Alembert .


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.


' PEOPLE OF THE DAY.
Comnia l tr t, S :: ml S i'-iTr, at
prn-t.i.it .r-re 'il < f t'..' i' i:,- l .iL-p>''-
tion lt:h a ., ii :, i a-- 'l ',I r s,'--
ev I'apia .n I. a:. \ -:.. hsi. -;l t:. \, 'rli'r
rf i;.e i !.,n:! :f ( : T!.,. i'l"y ,',
lpazirt v,'t x\;, '- :1 :. :' f;:::l: I [,r

* I:--I ; a I-aIal salic. :i. ll the I'.i -ilke


(NOii'ANI)ER cj. ATONE -(-nROFDFFL

t~o tou.-la at (;u~aia(on thoi-r %%ayivti. -1114
1-01u11 : '1'114'1a-0't-Wvill I,,ae : cl 'h

c-la~li:nst:lliina is 4!ii Ii ii o-1i-'~lohisha-
o*i im:, mu.ant,l.r S. Ilt in o-.!4 r *-x Iof- .sts tii
ii-ail fmu --.InI aI I ra:tnu ~~~ aliitit thei' iuiil-
dile if \hi*iv :;r~l1qi '-.it a.a


I')st H4i1 if 1il u:j:!tla inI 14a naiI \'sin
16IN 1: 1~.1i4 A ioii-; I 't-4i1iho.' t


jac&b aloe an 'FRany Mark."
ha'i %thi4,rr% !.1:. 4a-r -1. lt kt ili-tunc~tio

1I1tr !1 lit.'r 1s -I :1 1.0 ~ii- i- v i- .'lis''


P-3 twha.-t isIitiii-r'rtalljlhs,:ihili- I ittia:Ivv

Itiorr-3 sr!-vt. ;I ~-II m ark." -
TJo ktia"I, muc ii li i Ioi9 .:t :: o iiaIas
Isq- ultme' ani-I 11dI II- lie tla- (,-ftq,-t tmiirk'
In thlle"4 I,-it -r-.-g:arl.- :-i:I,; irnnl'. It

4 r~fim t'al ii- II-it 'rstm-:itt arliam'.i-iisthe
wylalpath.iv'- :1111a14-I1i,'' -utl-sumt'lit iia-lt.
Iti'M*' uainmt Ultt Is' sitice i'010'p '- itt' -
bee laeatlquarto'i--. is Iht' N1I(,vi -ciof ut
c-onstant lorlwtession osf visitors. That t
range froim )theme-'litiit poineniailt piofi's-
plotil til 314 T-1i t iunal cit izi-lis tIo lunhlals
-ease alul.rt wot sl. rv-gmi:ti-fui fu.r the'au-
1hor'~s intl-rqI--? Ta-t -illes ir.inchl-
Yrna3- ''whait noo l(~l' or-t''ext or 3liat 1w41
art- ,t4Nk~iir a lemih- tq'iiihiv:iIv v:ii'h
-And Iiaw i-o fl'-'ii l: tio gtitit.' sa ii
cbte of liii iitold t :ia'--rs in II '.:lhi'-'r-r
Ptrv'et. iiiuti f tla'ris asii'i.' wlitti''
101n4-li of .itlaltill Ithal'%Iwtt. %. i-
411n't 1ri--I 5.-Ill im'u'-rt (of III,, wit ile'

This -I ft.- r 2- 1 n 11 i Mullai'irr
OtI'wet. Yi#i'k- Will Idl

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Un-e loo-. t I. % ,o v-.:It'hriii'ti'n illmihuaa


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I will repmir yviur wItcho -zmt
,eweir; in fin-t-class w vi .J. I.
?41pbf-ns.

Hanan $Shoes, the late!-t Sj'rizi.-
0'tyiei. at lit'!.

F ')RT IRARRANC&AS, Marvih '-O
.1: ll ISRJ. -ealed propv4)al. imtripi
iiestv. will he ro-cei.led here utzitl 11
a. an.. April W4h. 144). and thee-
.'p.'no-d. f.i- co~in-t rliet iot at V. rv
Pickt'n-. Fla., I Bitrr.-tck and I
Ou" rd ow-w. U. S. reservves th
right to accept or reject any iar
all pr.~ofxv~l- 'iT Saty jl.firt thereof
jnffornlqt~i-oi furni-lae1 on applica-
totol'l. Evelopekpp iPP ldt h e marked :
--PrtboxiaI= I 'n on ructel'n at Fort
PicI-14.Fla ." 4dres-ttd T. -N.
HORN'. 1,t LipnL Q. M.


ARE YOU'

BANKRUPT;in health,
constitution undermined by ex-
travagance in eating, by disre-
garding the laws of nature, or
physical capital all gone, if so,

NEVER DESPAIR
Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you.
For sick headache, dyspepsia.
sour stomach, malaria, torpid
liver, constipation, biliousness
and all kindred diseases.

Tutt's Liver Pills
an absolute cure.

hls tnather afj Ii'e, i of tilt t Sa lvationl
Army in this country. The son thenl
organized the Volunteers with the he'llp
of the liolters who followed hinll out of
the Saivationists' ranks. lchlef of whoum
was his devoted wife.

The Princess of Valem.
The Princess of Wales is renierally
credited with having a al h tnp lri-te-
less colictioIn of oll ldi<- .. As a l t-
ter of fact. tile priu-tncess has never hadi
the nmeaus tu nmak-o a r-eally tiine collc-
tion, and the wivts iof tiii.-t A aineri-.: ii
millionaires and many lEuglish womnn
of wealth and title |mss,-ss far tl.urt
la 'e than her royal hlihlit-s. The;
prinf-css. l:oWelvr. r utndoiil 'tIlly ihas a
itl|lti i :.it |1i:a tity satisfy lher t.ast's. l i.li run more to-
ward fiiur. of u!ii(li she p *s..sses a
great are of ctliorin'i.s vialiue. ll e wealth ofi
the jprii<'O <-nl-.iEIvr:hly enhalnii'd at the time (If
her silver v;.ed'1i-jn.. whln ininy thou-
snndl po idstl worth of i)rfeiou i stones
were shi >welred non t!m e fOiture oueen.
SHE WANTED GOLD.


One Wornin's ilde:: of the Money to
i-p'cmit in ia Lank.
M o,- ,, ;lli .al .l i, i i k. : r ,1,1 :It ftil
expense o(if lht l;.ar s'-x r .:i'Lrilini hli.ir
lack of fatir lia ;it .\ ;ili .laiks- :ai i1
tIlh ir 1 li lh1 4 l i 1it 4-11 1 t lo i l h t :;'i s
of tid'-he ;iuit rt- h it .It ;iil:;It'a ly h-La
IthII merlit of nlii\\ lam-,.
"My wifl hilad si\t-d up Lor p;u
1iiim 4y. or tnlil tM : sh i :i. lin't I.ulail l :ia-
sion to use itf it." saild tihl' rl:air of
tle story. "iilitli sr!!- hall .* i ill hills
of va nriolus d1la- i iifitli o nt ls. 'liis ~ slihe
was ix'tr'e.m 'ly d'sio',in" iof s'i-'< ring
gold for. n111i e\-vry d iN \lNhui, I c ille
home to hiimner slite would lillul ie over
tle -no;ils Iata.iiis I hli:l fiorug tti n Ito
prori-iur' t.le sliining min tal. I'inally shel
,aid sht-e woul4 t a ilIttral to hIe mlii:latterlI
hier-r- if. Th'Imlt a vii' in i slima greiv(el lile
witli : trilipli liilan t smile.
"'I ot iay gill l.' s!i4. i' i-l:imit'-dl as
o n a:s I ,, 'i titer' lv he iholh u 101t I hadl
a Iiiln, in doI nt it. thouli igh.
"Tho ,a i : l i l t. ,o' .'- t t- h:ti, ii'--,rll
to th,-- m i' t 'ilm i l.>'r il,! "il :d l:.s fil l t. .1 i- m. -t ill l I.* : i:-li- I lie
Ilol '-. \ to' 1 l' t 1 Il ,i t \<,At ti S '.
blll'-!l d il'le;'ll to h 1 l.:l;;!> "i;l l <* !" r<' 1

SlIt li.r Iv 'tV- rm ,, I 'I 1H t :ji iiui
l\ ii i ml:. lI> ai tl rl, I i h I i '' 'i n I| i :t"
''Iit I t t ta- Ind Ix 2 lan izhuin itt-t

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to Inl:lik ally r, l "- 'ii'ii:i:ili l ii
quir-,r.


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ll i- th.i breath *-weet. B H h.iii '
u< t the reIl edyvou have beenli look
iug for. 7 horeiubhly tested for -ki
veard. Our re tdero are acdired to
try. 11 B. otr ale b Bloodruggitn
t iic erli large bottled full treat-
mentt t*,l. itomi lete directions with
:t. Addbreath LOOwet. B ALM CO..
Atlanta. (i:a. Describe your trouble
->nd Free per-oaal medical advice'


LIGHTNING'S QUEER FREAK.'
Strikes Tree and RIunsThrough Resi- :


dence, Doing Great Dnamge".
GREENVILLE, S. C., April l].- A uo:st
remarkable freak of light:.nu i- r,-p irtvtd
from Reedv river, this c.uunty. It oc-
curred at the residence of Mrs. T. W.
Poe. Lightning struck a white pin-
tree near the house and tore up the
ground. The bolt then entered the par-
lor through a window, that room being
badly damaged, and pine bai-k wa.,
thrown all over it, while the plaster was
cracked. Every glass in the window.-
was broken. The bolt then went into
the diningroom and demolished things
there. The mantelpiece was thrown
into the middle of the riam and half tho
chimney torn out. A tin waiter on the
mantel looked as if it had IK-.'n perfo-
rated with large shot and a metal pitcher I
was melted. The lightning wemt up-
stairs, tore up the molding and disar-
ranged things generally. A bolt also
struck in the backyard and went up a
small tree where several! chickens were
roosting without hurting them. Three
tre s were struck and 35 windowpanes
in the house were broken.
Mrs. Poe was awakened by the noise
generally, as she had fallen asleep in
her chair, and when aroused she found
an incipient fire in the diningroomn
Every room in the house except her
own was visited by the lightning I

IN THEIR NIGHT CLOTHES.
Lightning Burns House and nimatet
Have Narrow Escaple.
MCiDO OI-U(.H. Ga.. April 12.-Tuesday
night lightning struck the re,.idi-ence of
Mr. A B. Dailey. who resides 2 miles
northwest of this place, and :et it on
tire. The hov-t % was c niiplttlt'y de-
..tr., ity. Mr. DaMi.Ry ana lhi, family "s-
caped witl-itu .s' riuli injury, but aill the
hou. .hild gidis, cl.lthing, tIc., we're
destroy1.d.
Thi niPeml-,rs 'of the fi:inily had r,--
tired for the night andi whlill the fire
was disc coveredd tii-v. were fornltld tv
leavi the housi in tliir night <(lothel;'


THE FORCE OF HABIT.
Uonv It Once Played a Menn Trick on
I'rederieL V illiers.
L'. V'. Saliel. in TI'hl- S:aturday Evien-
lan I' st. tells an anecdote of F'rmdl.r-
it-k Villiers. the famous war corre-
spndent. Villiers had liten under fire
f;,r solime days. thlie enemy homlba-lrding
thle force to whlii-h lthe artist was at-
it -li':- so thaltt the arrival of a shell
was a fo:imilouplace cirilluast:iance to Iw
ti.reted in: the usual wayv. Oiut of this
ordea li e (caile uins watliaed to London
and was strolling down the crowded
Strand. .i
On a sudden tihe pedestrians were
appalled to see him fling himself at
full lhe-glih upon tfle greasy. miidldy
paveileltii and there lie on his face.
rigid as a dead nian. From all direc-
tionus imen' r;ishled to render him as-
>istaint-e. They turned lhimt over tol
riull his lann da uibliiti ubottotti collar.
v, pl(-tiill to fin.d him In a fit. But no
(tn his face they found not thle pain
and pal:or of epilepsy. but astonish-
tilentli alnd ind. Villiers. when they
lai.l I lid ouf hiill. m iOth ly jv.iuil;ied ito
bis feet. shook til' imilud fr and l !otes a:id thlieln loked ar"i tld
for :nI explanal on of hIs o\\i: :ii:p:ir-
enltly ihliptic -atc The x !:' i'iiil: i : \ :;
forth.li- i 1'ilg.
A fewv i '. ds hl-I'li"d Iii:n t.-',.J a
hti 'se anmd r;:'t. Tl'lhi .ir-t'!m- h:i I a mo-
mIent iaftr- \Viili 'r. pl:rs.-d pilli1d thi'
l':: i a :1 :llli:. ,-I thie cart hlo, t > il:ni
ei .. u iid a load ofi ;:\.'l 1 '. ,
li(;,.y beam s of tlhi -l rt. lt i,'l:,i.
str -li thi wiii l p:i\'i \Vwili "i rai'-
S nilliii 1 "d lllll t :u;l." la I l ,.- <-l-:!ii
rawr'l hiissld mit v. itla ;hnl :I ruiir
This -r iimloililion of souids. thefi \;r
Irist di-.l:tilrd. \,was idnt- i<-ial \w ili thei
st: iinllg of a li\li she'll. :i!iIl \ ii; ,lrs.
forl ,.-l iig thlit hlia ltt i 'n stool ,, tlholusml:nis f maliih froi tii li .w:il of
\\:'.r. "1ilnlliiatircally tiling l niiinilf ili\\w n
to :1 i\\ it tilh direidfiul i'ex losiomn.

He fot the Infornintilon.
Anl Enait theli i i, .lhi plih W hitakrr. tlite |mlllili er of \lWhit:akIr'.s .dilaranik: "i-'Fr ithl
first issue hw' wv.iant.ll. :loig wiiha simi.
lar inforniatio.in, th amount of tic t :il-
nrie-. r 'l,,i\'tIe ly a niumil'-r u f ii'ertain
high fiuntlionarles in ilte civil s.'rvicv.
AppliRatio0 to I le Ie sa o ei, ;lm ti ihn-
selv<'s \--w itiiforiiily nit within only
flat refusals. A.%cordiii-ly tlie .\lni;i-
taack aptl -:ared''l wit!i n li.t of ll oI l-
c'ials. e:icii credited willi ia pitr-ly imiag-
inairy 1m1.
'"The result w.a- iniitatnl'nntios. IIar'l-
ly lihad tht lir-st eiition collie fore tli ,se whose s:i:iirihs :i i'n:: I .n
1- l propr<' t1 w;o t l iti!;in; <-rre wNIlhilr' tlie polite st;aIlai'llts of t'l il.
IilJ4 rlve''nule alti'lrities \\w r, iimil ir-
3l e 'l'-io-i lls i-where tit e alle;- I. ni' i tll fi
was :t all In exce conie."


\V.- make a special bu-iin-- "I
--liia.z miothinier that is dur.thlf, v', II
i::u e. ;uald perfect fittinir; i s i 11-1-
l!>-,- froi trme -t.art within u-;. ri d 'v--
,-eichi oiuit to, imy cary-fully ni:d --I11
,w : tithe re-ilt is we di.-dlay ,111
k.-k i theli h--t. and you findl your
c-lioic, ;igree'tablty ea-vy whmen you -''t
-"atiiy" t- lIllrlli.elao. iaThe iIm., wV;oi
A;i-4 out f i Pr stolr- w ithl :i n w
>n-ili-- -lit il l ii- l hi:.k i- r,';ili
inr hll-il-lh.; in ini.l -d : 1 i)- l ok- it. it. r
v- fitr p-rfect'lly: h.- f--Is it. tuir ,#.
j.i J i tho .?< ii f:icetioln th:lt I,#- l;i-
>:;id ltha rirht prio'; hi ft i'-'nd-s ;ani
itilhbir- knowlitt. ior hei la- shlowni
ii- u.tn li jiulganl fit b)y dii-;ulla i t 'ti:
it lii-t!tI ionI i w iir -r-' reli.hilitv i ;
*'atchwor.'. White's.


TAKING THE REINS.
fleeehwt'iil Iae-d a mile ini 2:1.5 at ima~
Aa'c vio I' '0%1*


s,t:ds ;It an aiujujuial (!.i'.ri ~la.I.o


tle Ia (s14-I xu t j II Ii fI Ir t 1 '.
I -'.th l. i u! l% i ci k p!a.il fr r d 1 1ri : t,4
t lnrIi uiicnaf4 t'~In lPi4 i otit11i at 11,,, 1

Tif:1 .1' ::, v. ;.Irhor.Oc(ld Late. (",
v:1 Mckll~ei.Cx's .,I:-:i 'iltlriilz .tlhe cuvlu
%%-at-. 'i ;!fi al. -!iv is ;;N lirs otld.
aIn l'(k4; Ialiff Iita 1:1 l.V11i- ijild talf.*

TIhi f~amiaiu'Kent tck v sadd le .gt'hldin
JI" Iif I IITl V shaSIIi IfI ped ltok EunInt It. t b (t 1- -
er dla'.y.IIt- V. ill tx ixhibitud ti the IPain'

D r. K~anea. p ci-i-idiot'f the New Y ul1,
Rld Dr'lI aivetr*s' flss't ialit 'll, has offered Ito
,j. InaOtt' :1icp valuedit'i t $50) ifor te~lfl
r.1ijeiag. 'fht.- l-'i'.g-Tiiiton company will
alogi ve .1a(.111)fol. thit Same1wiprpiow.-
1Ed1 4'orriigun i. thle Chic-ago Ihi krst'aii ii.
will si'nd Iih i'-ih rsf-o'u!,t higla ntl'ill t h*
Mialilleaplliis. wichiia is duti~t to il 4IllM) 1
26. He%%illV li ake I VV I*tightor'inehll
hoiursesz. li iiili~im. sk-i tlh2!t tilolds that
hait-1 lilt i tkttlt lt1t0. f .19

ml tht- 1Ni 1- k w 'it uk :.eiI- til ht- firt Sat-
(l14 i t lt, tg : ct itll fiiflvii. it Ihv ig ht hular-
Iat-s~ u,z it r!vtI.hi. l gi-mjiit 1-jiciw f r-n:


Already IIk,.! Ome.
When S!l i:itl inii isapd her rernanrks
relative to slimiuithulnafiehe anddom, that
41 itl I n t? m4eet -1 hr n pjki-val. hit- spike.
"1I 41(1 40 (,(. 'Why io 4''itsould l t.1t
wona:]ma surra Zl*.'lie: Sa id. "You al-
readY ihold of'-o."
"VWhat ofce'tbe< iilk. dmanded.
"Speakerr of' the house," be replied.-
Chie.ago IPost.
('Ole a 1,1iitiiiliz. for theli- ht!'Ilt '-f
cenlts or~ly la~t, d a we~ek ; 25 ovzoi~i
inore jw-t revoeivitd(. but thicy w-i'll
lant lotg. NVWIi iIe's..


We will launder ylour spreads for
15 cents each and iimake them look
like new. Star Laundry.

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


Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.
Sits for the little fellows, with
Double Breasted Falncy Ve-sts. the
eute-t things that ever happened, at
White'i.
i I*'YiLY lii'OP


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is ai harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pan..
gorie, Drops and soothing Syrups. It is Pe-;manit. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other N.r. 4t,.
substance. It destroys Wornis and allays F'everi .,iio..
It cures Diarrhwla and Wind Colic. It relieve-s T,- iti..
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regualhate. 11i,.
Stomach and Bov;els, giving healthy aLd natural lnh,.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bean the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
Vwg ceT~vnu S '- 01 of"~Y -


CASTOR


Chas. H. Turner,

+*ARCHITECT*.


--AND


General Contractor,


LBuilding. RIparing, Mantel and Grate Setting. Plumhbinei. ,
anid (as Fittir;f.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the

Management of E. B. Morey.
gt i-ti : !Z -in-. f-.tilnite-. PI li- "ain d Sp[ cilit;ti,:,: f. -
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nl or1 t .- PtLICe.
v rI-i.-:t-d Stoek .f Fi M:i ;-


S Telephone No. 345


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Citizens National Bank

OP PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WVELLPS,.
VICK--PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFFIFFIVER.
CAS .i
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CA111 i.


T. E. WELLE4. %WM. FISHER.
J~ E. F. S-auders & (Co.
K. J. NNHII'M I, tEl. JOHV FI. PFEIFFER.
L.1HIlLTrON (REE.N.


A General


,f medicine that g,-.- ill a,
lr -cri ipti i ll filled iii thii- -t1oe i-
p rit'ctly pure. Piur drug.11 ; .m i :ii:. 1i
; p'f.ly lcr ovfy'4V. 1*11 1 ( tIil t1 111v:1;ih
a1 i -I t;->. Y u wa:ll II hiv -t. !. t
in- till y,,lr l4"--1' ipti ii. :is -u,,pi\
**t -l Ii -< ipti,, I >:u.,Li-:, >7 .
t'il; i,,x -tr"nt 1'l,,o iit ;' .





Wi KLHOP 6l.,
-Inmpoirters and Iialhers iiu -

Chinese and Japanesc

:--Fancy Goods,-:;,,
FINE CrINA TEAS.
No :!' i,'uth I':l:if x trre't,.


[ti ma molt'. ~ a:!


IH


I''$-I


Ui,
PlceFr Pnsacto\ ra


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-lI AT-

The Well-Known,


CASTOR I A Up-to-Date Store
Fr Infuits and Children. -
Rhe KiWd Yen Havi Always Bhot IIE TZ I -
Bears tne E & G
signature of


See the nobby effects iu Men's '-
i, ,- .. la'i.,


n-120-122-q
E. Government Street.


RIX St. ROM.",:- %


MORRIS J:EAl.


Banking Business Transarted.


''i' fB3(1z1't and Sold. Cc.,


1 0 ri: N T 8SOL~ICITF,.





The'tar LaufidrY,


THE !IiiR LANR Y FJET FLiDI! .


Our Address
i- alwayss -askel1 for wli-:
le-s beauty of t.he I.ir;. I
h i-re i- (lipllavf.ld ,

SN I) 4'1" ). i- ;
a' 1-i VIa:\t)1 i I I -
It i- 4 .r !> -t ri'<"i;i ,f "
:are alW .iy ;: eli.l,.. ; :!
Ia' v;': i. ti o \* .
t:


A-:LW 1J1jC.0. D.






T-'.;rABLIF-RED 1863.


MCKENZIE QJERTING & CO,.
o -- DZALRRSIN -0

Sbip Chandlery and Geneya1 Hardware.
603 AND 605 FL J .PALAFOX STREE.T.


R~rvrEPF. COPPFFR COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S SO.%-!'
GALVANIZED WJI-F, ROPE, A. RU88EL SON'S PUMP1-
;vict, lertigs. Ftim. Cils, Ezutictil Intruseets, kft.lalLIers,Chl
fY)MPA'E~. Gm. ICTO.
C 'McKenzj crie ,ru.(ihcin,' A,-ent for BKtr Plt'B-.v'
ciJ 101].



TRYTI: 1:Z V&'WAIT CDL1UMI!


N o better Cigar for "a i " 'L F""k .aI"
the money Rmade-DUR- A :ir,, (and Carfull
the money mae UK Tiling ,,f A^l Kinil. iBath Tubs
HAM--atD'Alemberte's Hot Water aiid (as Fixtures.

Evervthiirg in spring underwear at No. 19 S. Palafox St.
White'-.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13 1900
. .._. _______ I_____


nE Is-aES CONTAGIOUS BLOOD


.,:cnce Grows With Each Re-
Ciectiofl.




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IDURHAM Cigars have
Oeen tried and fire test -


Mt


POISON


Contagious Blood Poison is the most de.irading and l destru-tive of all diseases, as it vitiates and corrupts the entire system.
______ LThe first sore *ar ukl(-r is followed liv itile red pimples on the bodv. mouth and throat become sore, the
glands enlarge arnd i:.lie., copper c(.1':..1 notches appear, and hair and eyebrows fall out. These are
some of the mildler- :;1itoui.: the\ increat--e in severity, finally attacking the vital organs: the bodv is
torturt-1 with r:i-" 'nic pai::.s and l *-.\er -I \ hi offensive eating sores.
It is a peculi. r .' ,:sn,' and -o In-. liy rcotagious that an innocent lerson handling the same articles
\used | v one iilnfcted w:th tinh, loath-,mnie disease, may lie inoculated with the virus. It can e transmitted
I f ront pa.r to child, .ap-aring as the s :ame disease or in a modified form like Eczema aor Scrofula.
nMany all old ssre or stulbborn skin trouble alI-wring in middle life, is due and traceable to bloodt
poisn conltracttd in early life. You inmay have taken potash and mercury faithfullv for two or three ears
and thought you were curedr 1;Vut you were not, for these poisonous minerals never cure this disease thev
drive it fiom the o:t.ide. built it i-, doing its work on the inside, and v ill show up again sooner or later.
r, T.W lvLeeM-n" You tnay not recognize it a! the samTne old taint, but it is. S. S. S has cured thousands of cases of
.ral v-ar- at, I Contagious Blood l',i.oiin, and it will cure you. It is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known,
.:i.-111,C..l %,%'h and the only antidote for this poison. S. S. S cleanse!, the blodxxl thoroughly of every particle of the
.n1 lay a ,t.'a%.-d ,oison -there is never any return (.f the ,dis-tase.


nI A 'a nd fr Aix



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TII
C! 'I 1tI t.


Which gives i history of the disease in all
~C~l~ Ki~ adcu ieiY il .i tages, inrd is the result of many years of
close stu',\ ,'f blult i>i-on and actual experience in treat-
it:g it. You ca.n C'iire 'u1 urself perfectl~ p.ti [fi :.;:nttv
Shi ::i,' anrl v,,n;: s-.cret i'. \our o : ShouIll v,:: ti.-ie
any In::<,n :aitit n ,: medical .tlvicti .rnv time, ri' to
*),:r ]li. in-:c i '; Thl ) liavc n : L. se %lin iv ,4f l, ,iiIl
thi.eas n, i- l ,--f yo%- iv';<" ,,rr* il .i:lii .';rt':u|l
.;tf: :. i C i, ;:it tht r m a ft'c i .i- \ rN p l,] a s t ; \ ,. n :.ik e 4
nla *..iri"e \vx .l.iTv-r "f,,r .,j-, .- r- :. ,- t '; ; ,ii--;>a,. :: -. e V
,C- Addre-.. SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. C0.


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44,' -I'j---, :29 1.1' 'a
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ea Perrins'


Sauce


The Original
Worcestershire


BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
* Is adapted for every variety of dish-from Turtle to Beef, from Salmon
to Steaks, to all of which it gives a famous relish."
if %"I l*t* ... 1 %A s -& -.-.


I,.,,,r il.- It.eird., iBromken. JUIHN UDUNUAN S SONS, Agents, N. Y.
.\ \ -.1' .-ri.rais I-- liaitoa r ai.U s
: ".,, '. 1;3 l;'1U' d, l llI l ill the
i,,* ; ,, ,;. 1 -';.t. l'-i ,'I lor moaor 'ih.ift ie i a *li,. i.- -i.i. .. ,\ i-lhp. Th-e .\10 I ri,:!.. l, ; im up There will be a regular meeting (1
.i- :;.;: l.;I.~ 9.n.i.r- r ,, "2'. mil,. oin u-':" u.sk', l It11 l-';li;il:,ilo li,..r. the Pensaccla M medical Society ai
Tinrt' \ a01 Ii' i alili n ..i of "'.No,." Ii-T .ri iii- the e i. i e the Board of H health offlen at
l;il 1, 1t: a, ln T' s l -. iil.l. !il a jul t 1' 'wll 2a l solli st "s ll i... it- o'clock p m .Tuesday, April 24.
l'; lon..p,,,\. ,. l ,',,r, o ,o t ,of ti,_ oth- 1 el l:Iias -I 1. i ,:'t tljk I V t .y Visiting physicians tre cordial'
I 1,. i if i l,',t I,, ,t ) Tt 1 at invited to attend.
1 wof -:li i,,..w r. Fl. Lr <.1 I D. W cth," ar '.,u ."- D.W MCMILLAN. M. D.,
II,, ,, i ,,' ",, 1, l. s ri ,l tra l''! -h IlT Il '! U to Il President
1 ,.,, ,,o -11 gtour:x l. E F I K CE, M D ., ret
1 h, p.,'.' \\ .s tg'rili, l hro ioul 8 -cretary. 2F5mt
A. o 1 st:i'-s of tIi Ih ra;, iI oU 'l,\ 1 A Sirup Pipe line.
g ,round I,. Kn.fl c',Mera.I :i;- miles There Is a s:g:iar l>,.t f:ctor-vy at The Ne-w Colunmbia $1 shirt is a
inll ::; liniuti .-< li KuLIVf won I l.thi. ltah. At SpIringv:i.le 25 miles erackerjaek; this. eas(n's n w spring g
hi 4*,in. f,7- In,-t limi.., ext'-ludiain ittop a l ivi. th I re is no Ir-inery. lni t tihe>ne is st les at W white's.
lio:-,,. l.ai tina nill ri-.ords l iiwith a aver- a "',.rshler." wl-re. Ill.. siuw r Ibeets nre Ti and most y' -
:z, oif l,,:arlvy It iil,.s all lour s. liev4] i ] ol" l su -ar extri. -e.I. The 1T h 1en i o t s l-
MI:aC-,ellin. Ith.- ,lat.viclist. al-so broke er -1ml nil tthe ih:purities in a \vry Isht line of rut's and mnat-
:111 r.-,r-ls ia iis ll:i s, going tfh, dis- h!i s,'l-up ar'e pIipedl 2in mils to Lehi. tings ever e.vthibited in Pen -
t:a.,-. i .-i,h. 47w,1. 14s.. an a.ral e of h ,r th- sugar is retained and ex- ,S COla. at afarston
Anl'..irt .aui ana i. ar. i1 o-A. Finch's bi furniture house.
!P., ,hn ., ili.tl h laF la. -.c .- i '-. DURHAM Cigars are- ---.-
t, i:t ,i. l,, wtl, s:Iun.. I:o.,itan Nl.,w, the finest 5 cent smoke. Do you believe all you read in the
Yrk ord of I tu Try them at D'Alem- paper'-? Exagsreration- in advertis-
ilk rr of 17 ry tiem at Ale ing may attract passing attention;
.berte'. but we are not seeking passingg at-
"erord on. IrIn ff-r Iirt. itention. We're looking for permna-
1:.'il, -. l!..:it ,i oif 1nlin-.:ltl,"I:.-l ,9 EM I'iL ) tM NT ()FF 'l( n a-lit tlustotners. W hite'-.
a.* .. ', tin 3S2 or call at the Cifie ,
1 a I 11 Noirrh "alafox -tr-,t. when in IHE HLNE AA MYF MUSIC
r ,.- "' : ,,:'- ,',, f o a- .* d ,oft1 ,.rpnt Ar. H a HEap. INE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
SI .. p.!: !-. I.f- r] tin--i t A'. !-i lt of th. p (';>ar>nter'- No. M North Palafox Street.
.. M : ; I.,,- I ; oii r,.-r.-' i'niin. will turni-h you MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
1 -. **- ', '. .- 0:,- it,- wi' the die-ir-d help on hior't nio- MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
f2tf L V ice a ulture. Violin anrid Piano, L eipvig
a ysteni; also (;ulttr. lBanjoand Mandolin.
IK:f..1,... (arnnt IN. t ureal /ron bedsteads are cool, ... .
: al on (fo, portable and durable- OPE IIOUSE
I. .': th1 adi-aa-.-d aoirtivi of ',- f just what i/oil need ,for E U.
..-ir. f'1 re i-r a lly o e wal' ay aai t I'lla- ....t f a
! :afnl-;. and th.it i- bty c%-oniti-,tsutmmer tuse. Call af fMaNrs-
ti-nial r mdi,-. D .af,-. i-s au-i, 'd ton 4- Finch's and select ONE SOLID WiJ K!
li an illil:tiilld 'cond(litioni of thin- itlm- -- ..
,.*us lininii ofthe' Eistachlian T'ubti. one.PHIL AND NETTIE
WVheliu tili-tub- i-inflamed yolu have
a rmiblinir -inound or iinper<-ct hl-ar- -~ ~~~ ~~
,ifand, ,, ,i ,,-.., tie,, KIDNEY DISEASES Peters Comed Compa
tha iflailln ati, li n i ant he take out
and this tube re-toro(d to its iorital I
condition. hi.arintg will li destroyed arie the mSt fatal of all dat rt
forever: nii. cases outof ton .., II New, Up-Ic-Date Rprtl0ire.
cautied by catarrh, which i- notl.inig aCS
buit an inflainied condition of the,
inem ,ous surfaces. m EVIS KIDNEY CURE Is ,HANg.B OF PLAY NI.,,HTLY.
Wew.-ill give ono Hundred Dollars f
for anvca,<'o ,f OlIafDne.s C.caUR.E d bv F L -a PLrA-
anarr ca t-at Ieatnts n (;r.j tat__aPrices-10', 20 and 30c.
eatarrl; tlat canniIot he cirgas j0
Hall'- Catarrh Cure. FenJ for cir- or money refunded. Contains
F. J. CHENE-Y&(Co., Tohldo. O. medics re by emi- *
hby Drugistts. .. raent physicians as the best for10
Hall's Fmiily Pills are the be-t. IenA.thy .iI ndigest ioni....AL-


,TI Met KiNd Yu OktN Aluas Buqt


FACIAL, MASSA(.K.
Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
klee- can be prevented. Cheek-. can
he plumpened out. All this, and
niare can tie donii by massive.
ladies. call onl .Mi-s Keeler ati
Rower-' & Kr-n, e' Millitpry. on
Tue-day : after that date at 112 West
*;regory. 2.iIl w
Ours i- an ever hu y store, becatsv-
I attrIActioli-. on-ol-tault. varii us. ; dill
,I,,peidaiblde. that appeal to toa,-e wboa
Sciieve that "-'monel should I iiy
won i-y's worth. White's.
IIr if'S iL l'l H.V'ANCK.
Irm,,. Woven win- avid 0..name!" t;l
Freencifx for A'l l'urpoe-.


&%wamy aL n 7 -atiWilr


W. A. I)


Itfl:Irer i ill thv w,!IdItofiievvi-yr! mi:L
III thl. WAy'aV Of laila and ilnlaa1uhlt~al i'llF BFST lIFER si)I N
211'I ai~d wira- e-i-iu, sttt. v.1-' -. F A IL
h~tIczalla~t -miij'I AV :41tailat In :4 I t Da
tiv ,iren- r"; t-le-. erected IIi I utio- a mle heisser Bros.,
,11141 'W-,rl%1atavsxilke ina~tutear atid at
ota z! sI a I .ii p ie a ial i at IO zill 1 a1 i 'S S I l v Ma AGNT S l y t
aphll ti Wiret- .a!'lai fm-i~e- t.- 0 1 Iill AsoS b M ,;,Pr aA f1ps
1114 )t X aj~I )=~'I~le 11t- 11 Ce III-tm0. 1'V
fetaI, art- t i for t.w-- tra.- The Jug Trade
~lI~ : iid.t g~'r~:~Is Our Specialty.-*'~

wire Isoll t ry art.! femIIa I-,l. 5plieCO
ti l hupm- 111 lit.tat-illli'- t aI Praampt Dch-li-iry a-d S ati-factii'r
li--t% If--I bu-I.Ht i' i .-G(u~arutiteed.
11lu t. 11.1%7 ll- ;t .,1,:'jq11and Ii nn heisser Bros.,


i atIestwn, Dyspepsia andt
Sallforms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only 5) cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twven-
ty days.
For sale by all druggists;-


also II' T. Green ,- Co.
S. Palafox Street.


OR ADDRESS.

IW. I. WILKINSON,


Greenville. Ala.
Tesimonial From Judge Gat-ton.
GREKNVII.I.E, Ala.. Aug. 1 P. .1'0.
I take great pleasure in certifying to th"
purity and the meriit of Wilkinaaon's Match-
Iless itineral Water. This natural mineral
tori. i. to my personal knowledge. is t ken
from a well three miles -ast of (-raenville.
1n the exact condition in which-i it i% sold. I
halive- ven this water u-ed. with wonderful
.ucece-. for dyspepist. indigestion. ore
.y-e and for eruptive diseases, sores and


IOWLES 31OS., HEmlER BIOSN CO..


GENERAL INSURANCE ,ILL-E OU,
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Real Estate Agents,
PFNRACOLA. FMLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
IfURANVF COMPANIES. . .. .

Goceeal A^BIS of tlg Euitablt
L;e Asmrance So icty of the
M Ni!'I States.
r"4) t N.',T

StoP r d a remedy'' equal INNh


7to the MF atchless Mineral! ewt -e n Cl -u
^ V Water for the cure of In- *-Everything New and Clean.--
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The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular MealS Herved Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

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


DUNN'S


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37 ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


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Three Reuplar

Meals Each Day
25c Each.


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Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.

*-- GOLAY=<4

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
X. F. GONZAbEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturer%
CHOlCE M.AL ANAI) P Ik' I. GRO'WND
STOCK F KIEl.
P.atronize Home Iridustrv. for her@ is
tv.orv i.%,4,)n you should buyyour Meal and
'tlo.k Frt-d from the Ho:n- Maenufacturer.
i for oey 'o doinr you eneourace home Indw-
try. YTour money is left iii tht communally
and you; in turn atre indirectly t.nAftieo.


v~'FI.KL~- tInfia-t ranx the-home antifnetirer you
Cai1t rilit tto t lieseu~eof labor. You oweo
F" .ZTFA V IDIVISIO)N It to flip amrnunity in which yam, live and
PUNSj.f I-1,ICTItUC'rI:RMUNA11whieb vonitributem to your support.
Tralms, ..iv-nl'eacolx for the Llt*!?OFSIOA CRS
B8tyt-iu., iat ia:.t.Warrlntgion, !'asVy -'--------------------
it. In. atr:%i-* ijt i-(j rt larranwas 7 DraLf.IlareeIlu5 (fe(~reary.
I'! I A'. '-I. ar-lv-;V sR'I-O r L i-b.rr.in..-as It .. 10M .111
I~ i r~va toI art kiarraneasih :i-) nIU
3;; : ii. n rl 911 ltl-,IIt Ita r ranflC ,. ; 1) Ini'n' I
fijP1. il. Fa-riv.- i-.t 1- o-t l'arritcas 7; W1vill I ysictila End Ful, ~On.
'-,h p m a -it FoH tt Hiiraotycas S:,5i p TV
Tr-t i* it %%-,- Yirt !i'lrrisceapi for Prera5s- I*-iin., liI tt I Fst xirai tim
7. .in. arr~via At l'e: a n taFL o:I5a m. fit, 1 a AI l-gint'irrte HUiii 'At ,i -)C
It)1 3 Tit. p. ni. a-.!v..-:Lt !Itnsacaz3.....11:4.1 p.m n).afi t rei t. iV at.- 7
1. tp r: v tt at Ieasa,-olls. :-,4'.p. in
p it p Ki ii. ll'-i.at 1i'av:.-aria.t 5. tDR.WM). hp illfU
p:. 21. Tt.arrive %'t k'-uKa&cola *..... 1#i;P. ,nR' e0.D~wusx.
In -:T,-c: VPee. 1-t., FFIOE-Han~ah Bros.' Drug Store..
mONDAY sCI~wDrnZ.


'.eavo l'en aclat. Lv Fort Harranoas.
l a.. 12 m.
lp.m :'p.m.
P. m n p.m.
8p.m p.m.
4p.m bpm.
S p.m 8 p.m.
6 p.m. fp.m.
FR WROIK WEKgK DAYH.
Pensacola to Fort t;arrancas and return 45c
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ..... ASc
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beach and return 16c
VAUS FOR 8U.vDAY
ensaco'o 1o art narranca NKavy
ard and return............. ......
Ponwoola to Palmetto Beach and
ratn u ." ....e..... ... ._...... lce
No frolaht reco-ived after 9:15 o. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF Y'HI& AS.
Pensacola Ix)dge, No. 3, K. of P.
meet every Monday even-
ing att 4 at C('-tia Hall.
in Hutchinson hall. West
Intitndoncia street.
t'islting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. J 1>KVINBX.
e H. HORML.IE. C. C
K. R.& iH.
w. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Frirday night .-r
Hecch month. Vitlting sovretlgn cordi-
allv Invited. W. W. 'NATHON,
1. K. IHAMvS. C('lrk. C. C.


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RP-SIDENOE-400 E. Jsckson Stres

Win. H. Marean, M. D.,

Homieopathic Piysician ant Sarlni,
Late of Ocala, Fla..
Offers his professional services -) the eiti-
ztal of Pe.llsacola.
Fspetial attention given o ta- treatment
of C chronic Dinwssae and I -..a.ses of
Women and clilirttin.
Thirty Y-ar% Practice in tib- south.
4) flite Ifours:-9 a. ni. to 12 I i.. 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence Phone No. 2W0.
Wrent-TRiunt inlldine-ltonom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL BURGEON,
Massoic Tupl. Pklu U


GRIND [ASI[R BAIL!
To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
*Kid Fellows Hall. Warrington,
Monday, April 23, 1900.

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


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o-PROPRIETOt OF-o

CRONIeS SALOON
o--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A s5yrj ATtTy.
Co inr RBlmon$ and Devillhers Sts. PENRACOLA, FLA

S Cold Weather
S Coming. .Mnd Inw
orders and lotus fill your bin before s
cold snap arrives. We will send yous
chest coal you can procure for either bItsry
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.

DOMpsor), Olsery 9 to.,


Telephone No. 147.


Dealers In

Coal and Wood,
< flice and Yard: H. E. Corner Zarrag~os
and Railroad Streets.


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OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Fromn $1.ou to $1.7,o per Day. 'LODGING:
.51 and 519 8. South Palafox Street. Pe,,acula. Florida. 25 and 50C


He. H. e ICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900. 6


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'-d:. (,I. The New Cordova Coffee House and instructive meeting.
,n Govertinent street will serve an; A pleasant little informal gather-
M\ Me-lling. Florence. Ala.., Ea-ter Sunday dinner th-t prom- ing was i Id at the Quackenbu-lh
\\ .tn-r,. New York. J. W. l..to txcel ainythinwr in that line home laizt Friday niLvht in honir of
I ir. g.. atnd Isaac H. Webb, Pevr attempted in Pensacola, "(no Mr. Phelp' Eamn s, and l.a-t but n,,t
.-,ii. Ills.. are gut- -t a!t eal ;t:id avoid the ru- '."' 1-ast. reftfi-hmentit, helped pa!-' the
F-.-':itihia. -- -- evening very pleasantly.
-,,w windows at B. Ger- A veritable feast of (god tlhintgi Mr. L-o Fairchild cloi-ed a very
:..kry -tore to-day appear a for men and boys. at White'-. good ti-i'i of sc.ho,,l lat Wedne day
r- --iand that :t a :t Po.id deal for this
., .. -t and other pretty l iece- A NOIMEI) MACHINE.x Killagr a.iss e vol 'oter.
r. dr -.laed u a s special /.., ... ,.; F/, ,, /, .. ,,t. Mr. Frank Levey ac-iep)ted a good
fl. -I-. l. igf r ,asfr of work some iandred rtiles
-. ra.g at 25 centS each. ." ",,,';,,', 1,,.., ;' east of here and departed for the


iresning and delicious.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BIROS.
Pensacola, Fla.
Sinm- foik.' pretences to always
utndersell the world are rather tire-
soime. No one hte monopoly of
bruins and inoney. It will be a sor-
ry day for this town when competi-
tion ceases. White'-.

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.


the Terminal Co. have perform COTTAGE HILL CHAT. Red Hot From The Gan
CAh NEWS NOTES! their.duties. CoTTAGE HILL, April ll.-Thefine Va the ball that hitG. B. Stead
There will be service- held thiq prospect for a go d fruit crop n War. It caused horrible Ulersv
evening at Temple Beth El, at 7 this locality is very encouraging to that no treatment helped for 20
o'clock, in commemoration of the the growers and farmers. The El- ,year. Then Bucklen's Arnica
orra for reo rawt, Feast of the Pas-over, which begins berta peach will certainly do itself I e cured him. Cures Cutrnica
r,...... tdd-mga.d ewtirdah. rih- 'ealve cured him. Cures Cuts,
,,. e-gftI rd. this evening and lasts seven days. proud. Bruises. Burns, Boils. Felons. Corns,
..,... ,, ,,temp-,,m. t,r ate r R.v. I. E. Wagenheim will lecture Mr. Perd Phelps, one of Iowa' Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
M,,,, v term/, ra,te,, .,'-' to-rirt)t on the subject: Passover, genial railroad men, has been spend- earth. 26cts. a box. Cure guaran-
Se .... ,,f,l,s,, t ,t,,t _. 4 I',ir... t.. Feast of the Spring. The choir ing the past few weeks with rela- teed. Sold by W. A. A.D'Alemberte,
tKIri--v of Tampa is a guest will render appropriate music nn tives and o!d acquaintances in this Druzgists.
:cambain. t!i- occasion. Visitors cordially vicinity. He says Florida is muchI
f rf -cabiegi- welcomed. better appearing than he was led to NAVAL STORES MARKET.
tl -Iinm-r of Ei last night. The te-t of Mr. Henry Urch' ma- believe by what he had heard ere he
S Ecamba last nht. T t of slip ewe-rn Pa- came and saw for himself. Reported Daily for The News b)
,x being Good Friday the gr,- nx atd Ba lestreet wharvese Mrs. Helen Lewis and Mr. Over- Me A. M. Moses & Co.
-f Hall & Klein i. clcaed. aox afBanlen stret wharves ine sen were up from the city, calling
I.. ..f Halln ein i- closed. terday afternoon was successful in on "country cousins" Thursday last. ROs81N.
H igh and wife of Florala every particular and a large number Mr. Fredericks is very si-k with ww.................. 2 75 .......................
t.r t#guests at the Mer- of ladies and gentlemen were at- pneumonia and is under the care of we................... ............. .....
tracted to the wharves to witness the doctor from Muscogee. M ..................... ........ 4
another ride on the graceful movements of the The Misses Johnson from Pine -.........---...-.-. ( ................. i
r tk another ride on unique water craft, a flldescrip- Barren were visiting at the Wald ....s........- sen1s.
t'mornmg wit h his water tion of which has already beeni home last week.
printed in these columns. Little Miss Ella Ward spent a few TOO many people lose valuable
Ii Barflield,wife and son, i B Fall days with relatives here last week. .A. time in experimenting with
Ile-. arrived at hotel E- Brave Men all r. Kellog was up from Pensa- cough and cold cures. They should
t, .. -t.rday. Victims to stomach, liver and kid- cola a couple of days the past week take Foley's Honey and Tar before it is
SMr-. J. W. Sennott are ney troubles as well aq women. and taking out door pictures, etc. too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.
S u rents of a fine baby girl all feel the results in loss of ap e- Mrn. C. J. Levey aame up Monday -
;,,,ring. tite. poisons in the blood, backache, I from the city to spend a few days All leather suit cases and hand
nervousness, headache and tired,I with her parents here at the Hill. satchels with leather lining at
.!r and wife and Miss M. listless, run-down feeling. But Hahn & Co. are enlarging their White's.
4 Brewton arrived here there's no need t) feel like that. store building, preparatory to put-
.: eriooii. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, ting in a better stock of general Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
L i,:.-'r- n "of Muacogee and Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters merchandise. Wees'Cough Cure, Diarrhea Ren
; we.l:of Vernonareamong are just the thing for a man when Mrs. W. L. Hahn was a city caller edyand Witch Hazel Salve. They
-- at the Merchants. he is all run down and don't care Tuesday. guarantee all three of these prepara-
whether he lives or dies. It did The many friends of Miss Myrtie tons and will cheerfully refund the
-...,n-hip Francisca and more to give me new strength and Severance regret to learn of her Pe- money to any one who uses them
Hattie H. Harbour were stood appetite than anything I could vere illness in Chicago and niope for without being benefited. Price 3
-. quaraitief- thi-i morti- take. I can now eat anything and a speedy recovery. cents each
have a new lease on life." Only A few of our Hillites have been cents each.
v.--t-rdrvy even\ini' arri- 'o cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's attending the services at the Chris-
t'rd a werei rs. ,- drug store. Every bottle guaranteed. tian church at Gonzalez the past HARPER Whiskey is liquid mu-
.. re .. lls- --- otweek and report a very interesting sic. bottled poetry. ripe, mellow, re-


Exceptional values will he offered in our Line of Black Goods the
Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
shown in this city, including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chine
Tamise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. In the Cotton. Wool, Silk and
Wool and all Silk. we 'strongly recommend this material for its lightness
and durability, and the proper fabric 'or the present mode. W: also have
a Large Line of Staples and Fancies in Black Goods and at the Right
Prices.
LINE NS.
For one wtek only to introduce and bring before the publli' our Stock
of Dama-k.. Towel-. Renai-4ance )Dresser Scarfs. Sideboardi Scarfs. Centre
Pieces and I)oyli,-.. we will otffer a Special Discount of lo", .


TelelphIa'' ItIie I't


R. HALLIDAY & CO.,
:33 and :V- Palaf.'x Street.


Some 1rterestil Figures.


t ,* s.v t r-* anT r i ..II a0 l u ,. t I. .Ifth f so l t r f tn- w -t ei o. a 'uus V o .- Notice is here-by given of the intention tof
.. -t il.p-d lo car loads within the , I/ ,, ,,f / ,,i :, /, ,,,,,. a , M i- Efliie Bet-worth is spending thi und.'r-igned to apply to the gov.-rnor
*. w da s. p to d ste. sncte a few davs this week with her si-ter, of the stateof F'lorida, on or after May 14.
SIe-g&an the bu-iness about two '* / """ /* "" ) "" 1" Mrs. Fratnk Levev. It,.. for letters patent incorponiting Brown.
r- ah. they have shipped from /,,/ ,. ,, , 'iAt '' If,. ', Mi- Martha Campbell stopped in Cha te o..under the ollowin proposed
- pl.ic- over 7To car lo ad-. ..-, ,in, ',/ ,'' ,,,. i .,, '' i .,,,,, the city with friends la-t week. re- i1. The name of ti,- said corporation shall
f tidation for about feet ,,,,,,.' /,, turning to Cottage Hill Thursday. be Brown. 4 ihpley & I .. and It- principal
SAa or ut genttlean by the name of John- place of business shall be Pen-acola, Flor-
w;i :tiliroad wharl is co,,tbopleted r,. /. l.. ,,.,. ,, a ,/ an old io)wa neighbor. was a 2. The nature of the business to be trans-
; h- r laid. hu far, about ,, -,,. caller at the Leve homestead ted a general ship and steamship
piles i have been u .-d-about a/ f aer t te Lee iie agency. brokerage and comnimission usi-
of tlie l-ntire lutinlb r that will ,m'a. f th' ,n, /i/ iip-, ,-,tla .. ,f T urday la-t. ness, marine insurance, cu-tom tihouse brok-
required. About sevenity-flve F,,' ,,,,,' ,, ,h -,ttj ritit/. '[fo TINKER. n.rs and forwarders, dealers in targo and
..b. hunker coal. and any and all other trans t -
: are now -iployed or .thework. I,,. i/,/, ,/,, .0 / ,,f '/1, t -. I An occasional dose of PRiCKLY tions usualnd pertaining to a general
wo foaming glassesof IPab't be,-r. )',,.r r, ,/. s 0 ; :ured In attractive colors. orna- f., y ,,,,,. ,a. healthy. wards off disease and main dti-in shall be ten thousand I $10Ot.wU dollars,
,t the front of S. A. riredman fs ,, taitis -trength and energy. For sale tundred($1o.ui) dollarseach.and to be paid
'.0n and. by their beauty of ex.- Hantnah Bros. in full by a transfer to the corporation of
i.o a:re attracting general attt-n- 1 ',I/ ,,,/, .' fi', j/f / ii def t, /It ion. the business and property of Fannin Chip-
%. Mr. Friedman il- always up to .I .. J. ','r'- I,! l[',, \ .r/i ,t,,l PAIhORi MARKl'T POINTE'Rq. uppy & o.. a copartnerlhipo,the southern
Switch attractive sini?., as we 11 a- i', ",,0 1 ',, ".' ,,/7-, ',.. Ainir the fresh and toothsome- Chipley &A o..a copartnership, which. for
: tir-t-cla.ss tock. .,,. i hlkint green groceries displayed at ,the purposesof this ine,,rporatin, Isvaluede
attention of the proper autho'r- the Parlor Market to-day and to- 4. The said corporation shall exist for the
,' a- ldntonf the properd u sth uad ( norrowl may b- seen some splendid term of ninety-nine (tr years fromthes t
I- calle-d to the codltinl ,Gu alloN Super and -h rChowder strawberries, raised right here in of the grantingof letters patent to it.
Te i 'alafox -teret in front .f Ar. 6. The business of the corporation is to
i tr 'I'her i a pol The Frauen- erein pof the (erman sPensacola, new potatoes,ruta baga, be conducted a president, a vice press-
." ;' i whih ta betn -lanid- l, Lutheran church will. give a gumbo carrots, radishes, lettuce, onions, dent and a secretary and treasurer, who
S.r.r tilt- tp t six otnta r -upper and fi-h chowder at the Mer- beets. cabbages, South Florida lipe hall deletenbthedirectors on theA
A t.-w lad of dry stid ichanits hotel on ITlesday night. tomatoes., fresh eggs and poultry and board of directors, coiistinig of thr-e
d t agreeable plae. April 17, at S o'clock. Tickets for "t comrnplete line of the finest meats of members. hall be elected at the regular
gulmbo or chowder arde for -alee, by all kind-&. 'When catering for your iceting of th,. btocklolder,. on the third
S-I:,.-C t'iliittie Pof the- 'en-a- all Ineinlbir- of the \ erein amid at the ,'a;ter Sunday dinner, do not fail to regular ing, in May. h ys. Fann chip-the
.hcltub lield all Ilitere-ti! Merchailt- hotel. pric,- "' Cent-. vi-it the Parlor Market. -y shall be president. Muckner ('hipley
h. l:-t limit anld iicri-a-.-d thi hall be vice presidentand ArthiurA. Brown
shall be- secretary and treasurer. These
.lilnlt by appointini ]i li dozen Scriv t'- Pat-tt .la-tic NOTICE. three shal:., until such meeting. and until
S;Prld. John \V-lti and I). salii drawer at *i' c.t- ;'-r pair, at th lheir su-cesso s are elected arid qualified,
i The- c-Intiiittet-i are all \V t,.'-. There will be a special 'constitute the board of directors of said
I* iX lk lid itinccling of Mt. \tlr. i corporation.
S- ; work t iml th-v wiall -.o,,,ln leh> tin of Mtiht. Ha r Thlie hoh t aniont of indt-btedne ssor
, t l to- t a n ,tt cll, FOl ** lt; sA ('hapt-." tIis eaveni laility to which litie anil orptration ( i
-.-,i l :rr fort e i t]t t t o'" lock. at any ti llki subject iIt elf, is all be five
* I'. ,. H. (-tha. ,I t a A a A Bargrain tont Ia[-ya Tertit .. W. E. ANI ,ERSN. i'touand oioi dollars. th
k,,,w ;lail-t. lla d,, .,o Swoet Hon Fain. itu.ted in th sriber- nd stockhold-rs are as f low-
,,f :.,. M itcha l'- paii-hli a niatiufacturing village of A ll .'n. r ,i wn.r -itl i- .l l'i.s ; ;il tiel r t hiirle '.
u ': i p tlitign--3 doth liad-. (';liitlv Co.. Brittle rtat:-: 1'nirns- of I'. & ('t ta'r t-oli. Fla. i"NNIN N IN 'llI '. .
t.. I-. d(l-i-ed of fsr it, he ;l]-: Il cent- for each ga.--; th. FLY 8(CREENS. .\~'r.i A I:,-
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S t: ,i Ith hur-lhi ait tihe :i- pe:-on g iue'--iig n,:;are-t tl:e v 1itit-
,. i l, i r.:[;ir. 'Thl pit'# ur-e, i-,,n li,01 of -;aidi prrop-rty. Plrro --.i|- to,
:.i I Ii i n ste of tihe- .-iiow will- he, de-vot,'d to Cat'iolic Bliz::!t' find.
,, ti l Foilhi.- -tolte itlid a htas at- F,,r i cirticil ai- apply toI e!-!t?.
.icl atdilirint Ite-nltion. W i;-i F 1 I : FI' t1 A\ k Ft' .
Sinduciitor-' and iMiotriiiimei-
.,-11, a -o 'i tioi w ill tlv- :1 N ritl N M i!,a, -a;,. ir: ;
i ttv .Y A ril 2-',:1 i. Iria 7 tI s I I lit t "-.
%' if-ft.--iiia erit- for :ill whot
: -, t., b h ,rved at tlie c. ii-
, itIt--n. Everyone w hi ridei- on(
S!'!I i-r- -1h, ld t:ake, p -lt-k-
!ilrilll tinli tol the n-ct-" of
t tlitiiien-It. as a rro-4ilritisili
I i'ilhftlneires and court.-y with I'.p-ait P phpf iii:.t \1 : '- a:ididi-
i:,.(-e estimabl-, employees of t estion. A-k your detalI r foi them.


FORBES


.1 II WNi'SS CH NG;E.
Mr. II. W. Seely has bought the,
liutchehr and green grocery n-iis--
of W. Hernandpz & Son. corner of
Zarri.aito-s- a iard arcelona striets
liad I- thuoronulily renovating tl,
Il:ice t intd inakini it neat and at-
Siactive. Hte' ia. put li (d-livery-
w:inan :;iid wi:l fill orders Sundiiiay
imiriinri: a- well la- week days. 1s'
I-k- tii ..:itti iiaa.:e of tlie i iililic.
H i- t"Nlit-',"- i- N ,i :;.7,. 1I' '-'
'r-' tt -. l. e ,lbrated $:3 amni d L.,I
Sl),ot~. :it \Vi~ite' .


STORE.


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qt .I *lt ,:- c T 0 ,'., : 1tim1 tat We al i-kil .

S The C elabrn*od "Trojan" W sist*. 1t M. -t i'f.- latia:*: Vai' |
'a: l; : ... . 1 - < 'li-- ri', ": *$1. s i l , -i .itdl .a nd .


A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value


S OuEr Entire 1lle of -.M1 alrid 60( Wai'tf -r 4.')( Eanth.
S -THESE A:ME 'ADE I W'FH THE SAME CARE As IIOLLAlG (iOODS.


Just Received!

1q I irn (Hemtitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
-.;.Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.- .- -
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Photographic Artist,
2:4'. South Palafox St.
& t i| l':i i<)14ol (n uarais lte -t* .

MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMA K K.,


capital l *f the Four Grat alainks of the World.


Bank of England, .


Bank of France, . . ..


Imperial Bank of Germany,
Bank of Russia, . .


S. . $86,047,935


. 36,500,000


28,560,000
25,714,920


Total, . . . $176,822,855


FUIDS HELD BY THEN MUTUAL LIFE IIURANCE COMPANY
FOR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. i899,

Or SI125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Ti< n*w form ni f policy of Ti' lic .1 tiil I.ife ln-iiranieC ('**Inp:11nv of
N-w York. litih>url A. Mc Car' lv. Pres 'le nt. priovile-:
Fir-t -'T. he SE('IITY of $S8 il.M.I',7 of a--et-.
Secnril1-l'IR( F'I'IA BI.E I NVEsT'MENT'-
TI'hir, --,lIBE I R.A. I. ,(A.Ni' rTIlE INSIR-EI).


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P ur ir l"o r tr ', he r .. : .: ".,, :.. ;0,

CECIL WIL.LCOX, General Agent,
J' ;:'ONVILLE. FLA.
Vv. G. CLIIIPLEY, AGENT,
P r SAC.3LA. FLA.
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI T,, ,P,,',,-,.,, ,, ,,: T ,v-.


No. 10 North B--iFn Strct,


REGULAR


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25 cents


-AT-


Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
- r it ,K.dsr-t Promptly M rv.,d all II.' r-
of Day or Nbght.
F:sh and Oysters in All Styles.

Nick A postle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
Dealer In
Bieyples aid Bieyels Sun'ries.
Agent for Rambler. Cleveland and Macl ',t-
Bicyci-es. ix Years dxperi-nie in K' -


S-g K of ic.ee. Cash ierst r .
m r. t E c. Ke s Cn to
nti any lock. Etc.
'AT.3. B Fobes12 West RownsUS Street.


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LEWIS BEAR& CO., Sole Agents.

Mld Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
;.-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.- --S@


KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
*=WHOLESALE CROOERS.=*
AN ENTIRELY FRE.H AND NEW HTO()K OF FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
Try Ou>xr Ooldon Ploeco ylouir.
Salesroome. 1:32 1:'4 E. G.verirnment Street.
Warehouse. Cor. Tarragona and Church -treets.
Telephone 151.


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Special Easter Offerings

*=at the following reduced prices =0

Fancy Neccwear, Glve!.
We direct attention to our line of Renals. Pents' $.00 Gloves reduced to $S 1A.
sance Lace Barb%. Stock 4'oilirs. ('ori-d Blair$1.50Colored Gloves .educed to l.i.
Hlemstitched Plaid Tit--. with Frnaleo Ends.
Ilouble-faced. Cord edge Statin anti Taffeta Try our Guaranteed 31.0t Glove.
Fringed End Ties, Tas .-l String Ties, Etc. We call fepecial attention to our ilk
Taffeta Gloves, an excellent love, for Sum-
Parasols.r wear.
Wehae theNewetand Mot siery a rw r.
Stock of Parasols ever Shonn in bits City. lAdle,' Hosiery. in plaitr open work and
fancy effects. from l Iic to) $2 .
Cmrllldrn Hosiery from lc to oe.
Umbrellas. Give our !0c Orade of Ladles' and (hbil-
dren's HotIery a trial: they are the best
Ladles', Men's and Children's In all quali- value for the money to be found anywhere.
ties. We have in stock a few left of our Ladies' Vests, ae have from 10c to l$i.>.
well-known Mercerized Umbrellas. an ex- Take a look at our luc vebt: aiuo our Bilk
cellent value. while they lait at $1.0u; also; Liele Vests, &c value, for .i'. they cannot
a &2-lnch Close Roll 1U'mbrella at ;..'. be beat.
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GOVERNOR OF PUERTO RICO.
Atltstant Seeretary of Navy Allen Will
lie Appoiiite-d.
WASTHi NOTON.. Aptii 12.-Charh-.s II.
All n. the present af-istant ew.-r'etary of
the navy, will 1,( ti;-" fir-t civi! g-ivernor
of l'Purt. Hit-. un<.-r tnhe provisions of
tin bi'l Ia-'e.I by tLt hiou
\Vniii. the forn.! t-id'-r a'.nd ac-ep-
tan -te ..f the l.-iit1i.u (ct;n, min' : the pr.-idrti'i het -i igu- i. kii awvi that Mr. M Kihley h"a been
t'riziz.iii pr,.-c.-tur.,, t I-ir to indUic Mr.
All.-iiTo.- r.linqui-h th-. care of his pri-
te- in-tret-t ff.r it suffi,'ient time at
l<-a-t t,* inutail tht. ieW civil gpovrrumeut
in the island and thin Lrtte-r ha-- con sent-
ed to assuin u the new r -I,onibilitir,.
Catholic Club Damaged by Fire.
Naw YORK, April 12 -The handsome
building of the Cathohc club in West
Ninzty-vighth breet wa.- badly damaged
by fire t.-lay. A incnlter of wealthy
and Iproumiet club men who live in the
building hlad narrow escapes. The po-
hie estimated t- th dtniage at $2S,(XOi, but
it is believe' that the injury to a valna-
N-, library of about 25,<(K t volumes. and
th." decorations and furniture, will raise
th l.os to a inmui higher figure
Plagte at (Cawnpore.
Al .IHABA.1i. April 12.--Svi'al cases
(of plainr. have lbenu rteirted ait Cawn-
p Ir- r,.eintly. A 1. ~,ly d ,.\ t l p -,;:. wrt- killed. Tht arri-
,pi ;wlj 1 I f',,t'e of vtului t..-r, \vt r. tt.al-di
,,at T p ;,, ;:" thbe up -ii:,L:g.


v.a- wip-A I- ly Lre 1R. t :'i.
;:. ;:i al anuidrd -frt'

Rain r ter. IlL %%iI. hlo~s

r.': '1I ~J~ '. .L'r ;pri vv:it~d trainer-
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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
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tlir;AemitwmI'uimal -' .c2 te%infl etoa
;4U11 Un~inkdIFTIj". rec.'lpts 66. Crud. tur-
pent Ite !t-a~d-c P.1 *-'t"432S receipts; Oto.
'1'ir firm ax il.2.i recrote~f'- '
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Mme firnn at il receipt~a112.;. uid 4.'r!:
expurte.-J'_'. Ro~iu ti: mIfi 1 up I Ic:41
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The Best Fo Easter Monday


for infants
Nature planned that infant
should have only milk for at
least the first year of life. But
thin milk, skimmed milk, wi!l
not nourish. It's the milk that
is rich in cream, or fat, that
does the work. This is be-
cause fat is positively neces-
sary for the growing body.


SoI1'S Mlow
contains the best fat, in the
fcrm of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
delicate children.
They thrive greatly under its use.
Soon they weigh more,. eat more.,
play better and look better. It's just
the right addition to their regular
fod. The hypophoihies of1li1Me
and soda in it are necessary to the
growth and formation of bone and
teeth.
At .'01 rurtit*; O v and ti,.w.
SOi & BO'VNt. Li.cmists, New York.


A Year Behind.
A missiijun;iy ir t une of those out of
the way stationI l- here un1:il comlies to
hini bit :l ai v i :,r s: lihe s;b-
Scrile.s ft<;: i i d)l:ily 1.- -Zir tl h1ir ;ii: hlh s
Uil Of I !:tn I. llha t sl lt liim& :It olive.
1 -,, tI[ 4 l1 'll ill 'olikOt'ltiVe' Or-
faSt t(:: t r I'ti1'.1 vt l 4L ,iG ti v IIoflth
rei. l ]. !sT |:i;>l ti:n is, jus' oi ile y-ar
oibl. "In this \.ay' I ,t IImy news con-
secuit;'ly," heli Sy. ""arl enjoy a
iijorill'uI i];:<'" ill tlir.,;;:!l tIle winter,
for I do not allow i"-s'lf to read
i !l i i. Youll a'ii iot inifgil' \vhfit 'com-
pIany it is niil ho.w civilized I feel."-
Indianapolis Press.

lean the The Kind Y Have Always Bougt





Chocolat- Creamn Mint Wafers.
If your dealer has not got them. tell
him to get them.


Just received. 25 more dozen of'
thioe nobby pearl Alpine hats at
fifty cents each, at White's.

COmFE., COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Have you, tried Swans'
Down flour.' It is the whitest
and sweetest on the .Ameri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 2' pound and 12
pow und sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Deeatotur's Ginger
.ile: bsf .Mlineral HI'aters
on the market, equal to im-
port d goods, and only
$1.10 per dozen.
Try! our Freshly i wasted
o('0ees.
.I.4S. A'P.U'II .
lhl /crItlc and Rletail G;ro-
cer. Phone J10.


OPERA HOUzE!

ONE NIGHT CNLY!
Monday. April 16th.

"Set Your M- ney's Worth!"
T I -t V w'. -o f t'l I-'I-A (.'
THE W1 LI>1) FA.!Ol's


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30-Ebony Ecstasies-30
In a F rT, i.e ,f C('on ,Cm'dv.
1) I ktt' lii (,i.' w2L',", Buc'k
I; ,uince ; Swi et 1N i il, -.
.: : ." at 4 *, .- l' ik s ,r-. F'r.iav.


Tuesday, April 17.

A JCoJus EASTER HAPPENING'

PI.,' 1-. rry M r:.r'n, ,'f Futn and
Fainou Ori;ialk.


Murray Mack


~ N I~i ~I nv ca. et 2.. ti. Pr-entinig thet'Live~y Fajrce,
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N:!r H ii ~t r, ".apt a inoir'n
& .tn.1- it w.;I be r-apo'
'oi.. ? C.. t cvntrnc~td by
'j c raw of s64d V-t-.


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lntroluclnsz the LarZ.'st. He-at SlnginLr
and i iS-4iIri. o"Ipztny JEver


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Ball OUR


A RMQORY HA7L Lt AYfr


I,Chipley Light Infantry
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The Chipley's Intend to Make this Bill the Birzs^t Secozs o)f ainv
they have heretofore given and will spare no ,expense to that end.
Admissior, Gentlem(n 50c Ladies Free.

"THE OLD U 'T-T ABIE."




Choice Family ronceries, .

4
Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213.


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O. Box 6.


said about W0C pairs of
long legged. sort legged,
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight lerged
all sorts of legged gar-
mnutet. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
0() pairs of pants in one
day is a good many., bat
what abont them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollar- a pair,
good cail-iinere pants.
' Some; are three dollars a
pair. good ca4asimere
panta. Somen are two.
three and four dollars a
pair. good wor-ted pants


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Hetail Grocery, E D 1


502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
Telephone ae8 0
A "Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
their Immense Stock.



- cheap. IWe buy ood pants,


TIME TART ,..
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RATTI.OAD.
IN EFFECT JANl'ARY 27. 19100.
No. 6. No. 2. No. 1. No. 8.
12:45 nootn 11:20p m Leave ..... Penescola .....Arrive 4:15 pnim .:(Xa nm
2:15p m 12:50 night Arrive......Flomaton ..... Arrive 2:45 p m 2:35a m
4:12 pm 3:06a min Arrive ....... Mobile ...Arrive 12:5M noon 12:'A2 night
h:30upm 7:4) a I Ar, ive...New rleanm ..Arrive 7:56aam 7:45 pm
6:tU p m 6i:10 a in Arrive...Montgomery... Arrive l1:20 am i:;)0 pmi
6:.50 a I 7:10 p m Arrive......Nashville..... Arrive 2:21 a m 9:0ua m
l2:26 noon 2:.Oa Im Arrive .... Louisville .....Arrive 9:12 pim 2:.6 a ni
4:ieipm 7:6an m i Arrive ..... 'incinmnati .....Leave' i:45 pm ll:00pm
ijsjrwz~MN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 21. | No 3. No. 2. No. 212.
1:56 ni ght 7:i a in ............ .... Pens.ceota .i..:. : pm in f:: p m
12:5 night 7:;.t na .. Milton I I) In I 5::' p III
4:138a in i::5 ain Ite Funmik Mprings ,* p i "?:10 p In
;:0uUa anm 10:' Ia nm .. ....... (tliple.v'y : p ri l'2:,7 p Iin
7:0UXa n 11:15)a nim . .... Mariniina .... C::1 4 m ni 1':(,5 nooi
':15a im 12':16 noon . River Junction ." p in I .l a ni
. ......... l1: p m .. .......'allahas-ee : p In
.. 7:2 p in ........ ....Jacksonville i:ii a n In


TIE DiTBI1L fEITYCKY !lMI W MTl


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AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOlIRt MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEI)MAN'S (LELRA'l E)D OLD Pit VAI E
STOCK. 12 YEAR' OD; Oi1) sILIK VELVET. KEN-
TCCKY'S PERFEICTION OF P'RiTY. AND
LI.'" OF OTHER RANI).DS W'HICH1
SPACE \WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
jE T vlj 'i rie-t and 11-zt Selectil St.1. 1 .1;1 \V' i-:\- i: n
Wines for Family '(-e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
Ir'Al-o A'.ent f, r t') i:tu' u. Pi)-t .Milwauk,.- ller. Fr. I),: liv-
* ry to every Part if tlcif City.


P. 0. Box l!.s,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


pockets,


money pockets


W liI

Solid ;t-; a rock. 'plainii or f:incy pat-
terns for s2.) *,!,:A! wial k.e p an ibli
bodied man.i !.;i-y ni;itt ;mid day, to
weari t!infmi n im- a ; i *. an for
.e'o, 'min' i..-w f.aii y f' a uin:ere
p.aret-. I.f *'eI -. ;: :- ~ i:.d eieased


kniei-.


ALL ODES SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. I

- Vooms fTr Rent by the Day, Wsek or month.
311, 312 Korth Tarrazona Street, Opposite Union Depot. I
O -Teiephone 68.---0 W. f, -i.11 !L ,
----..GEO. WILSON & CO.,-:>--- ti i,^ t .-.t f :, ht :r -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. 'v latroiiz" -.ur Pait:tr-. it
FREH VEGETABLES REEIYI DAILT. WHOLEALE All RETAIL. '


Hello'I'Fm Boardinz
at tim.'I 'i tilnt'i ce9.


ar.. wor-terl
imply great.
p:, ..


Sain't,. but w;ll
hertiao-er


CHICHMSER S ENGLISH
"NYROYAL, PILLS
A *p*Clam, Ie IMO i..
iiKED %at "~d zu.asc-'&mc'sel -&--
~~j~Ejtht,.%- rnbbe. To" e ote O&r. Refuse
bumagwrow Nubookude.. &ad am It..
Umanwfor rPrtne~53muTm~msmaiaie
v ~elv~ carLadle.,' in &.Uw.b, re
form M&iL 10Ae ?"Onumoala.,... ,
n SO? DTg- Chlphbeater Chempleal 4*.


JOHN McDAVID,
CURE YOURSELF REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
i s. s,a. i.' .,:.,. -. ,., CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
t,.,u.r' of, m.-',. :.... : AND TIMBER LANDS
TmEnqsCltVE TALCO. at*at r p ..... :... FOR ALE
meirmur.o **M^ r se. -
..1. " 'r "r'"in *i Ihoans Placed at Reasonable Rates
iV **". T' 1 'ottl-. (. i
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The Bi Devin ?ow Clotwes,

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


SOMETHING NEW

-4'EVERY DAY -


buy pants for adver-


rising purposes-to sound


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pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

h one; front pockets, watch


(to watch your


nights in


case Ioutr wife wants to see

if she is ,c/fing half of

your income e) pistol pockets

and refreshments rocketss.


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C--bebs and Injection&
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.


THE DAILY NJwti:
Mflr" at the Post Office at Fenncola.
Ft.Se ameoDd-class matter.
(WritCR: Pitt KBuldin.-'ll,2 Bonib Pals-
m troet, up-atairs.
PUBIldH .D BY
THE EWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-Invlriably in Advance.
Ceo Year by Mail .l
Three Months 1
0-* Week. by Carrirr. pay.ttlle Monday ,
THE WKIK I.Y NEWS:
Publshed every Friday at $1."14 1per year
Postage free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
AMewrtsing Raets Furnished on Application.




ThPeris oa sle with the
IA ElTlING CO.,
11110 11102l6 t. Past. Mian.. wln-
masbena. eadertlsets and otber- maAT
ami ft as4 when estemates will be given
poamT Ir eQINNKRA. A OVUTiMnSu

HI]AOOLA. APRIL 13. 1900

DEMOCRATIC NOM INEFS.
For Representativoe to I egilature:
r. MORENO .1ONE ,.
J. EMMET WOLFE.
For Plteriff:
K, *'.GI E. SMITH.
For Circuit Clerk:
ANit'i- M. Mc' MILLAN.
For Tax Collector:
%.H. D'AL.tMIIRTE.


Fo-'r Tax A.evwo.r:
W. W. HICHARU-.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN W. -RATER.
l-'or County .ludge:
THoMAI R. Mtccl I.LAtili.
Vor School Superintendent:
N. B C('OK.
For ( 'lerk Criminal Court:
M.I'. B NIF'AI.
For Justice of the Peace 2d district :
JAME R. LANDRI'UM
F'or oncttable 2d Di@i*e.tir:
CHARLIK' P B3iHB.
Fo+r county y Surveyor:
S. "'. BECK.
For Memlwroe School Board:
A. V.CI t'll S,
A BI D 'UNT. Jr...
E. WARDl.

A STAFF correspondent of the At-
lanta Journal at Washington reports
that from official statements just
made public the per capital circula-
tion of money in the United States
is now $26-.12. the gross amount be-
ing $2.021.254.3ti, an increas-e since
ItS of $492.646.043, or 32 per cent.
IxiC of a Paris exposition -ecaudal, in-
volving the reckless expenditures of
the United States commissioner. An
account just submitted to congress
aggregate-s 240.):..L51 faor tlh fti-cal
year, and includes -uclh items as of-
file furniture, .s.',: traveling ex-
pen.es, $:36;.,4% ; "'tni-clltneo -s."
not itemized. ?lAiate. A isollui'"ii
demanding azi inv-tigtiati lles
been introduced.
MR. RKVAN i- credited witli hav-
ing made. in a r-ecent speech at Salt
Lake City. the s iniflciint adnis-i >In
"*that the monL'y voilum0- iu thet
United Sat'- hias incr.a.--d ein-
1%,i0 fa-ter t.at: t i could po-sib;-
bave been increased under free -il-
vercoinnla'. with tht- miints ruttini:
riight and day." Mr. Bryavii- nott
only wile but htioiest-muchti more
*-o than soi- of his supter-loyal ad-
vocate-, whot' till ili-i-t that d4-1i,1o
cratic vot-r- mu-t -ubmtiIt tow ;!ht frt. ,
lowed to 'retuiin to) the party f,,cd."


Itlileritallc lax-t..
"The adoitl, tltia of taxes till ill! i;-
tauces it. maniy .- ate-a of ttI I a io;e .
pavy a- di- :i.- il-i,,t'd wl 1 it'i. "i- i:i-
questiontiallyv d":... ta ttile ,r,,wi:.. : -
.o iritail of t ,e : i tt :i'. .' littv. I
thle the r.',ia'al i II-ia t of t1ii propor-
tional 'gti ,e.'atl pro -rtvi t ix It i y v t.i
the tax la w- a- t! y I- :it i; i. On-
proved a' i.' t tv t 'r c l.i.>l. h 'iie the

r l yat flaid, l t. ,-.s-. ,or .i i] ,.V ein
O< 'ficial i lv,'-t lla t Illi ; ('*r lil. l iii n -
h;ave w r ;, i t, ,<'i -ir.' i, tl i- evil ini
lanigluai e that .-,illid, vio,;,:,t ,iall
ixtremi -. M ora ;inli i ;i.! in t aind
appeal- t., con.eiicj- [K-F- l::.v+r ni,,t
proved v ry mticacioun-. lt'nc'1 tlhe
resort on thle part of so many otf ourr
-tatca to iIil,.rctantce tax laws as :a
means of redre-sing tl;h wrongs r, -
9-ulting from tke utter t il1mt to give
e-ffect to law- tax\':~ e' trs-onaty."
Great Britain thas long had an iIi-
.ierltance tax law. and the recent
statute of tie UCtited St:at s. and
those of New York and other states-
imposing such taxes, have operat,-d
with gratifying success When
Cornelius Vanderbilt died recently.
the ['.. tax upon his estate amount-
ed to something like one million dol-
lars, while th New York tax was
about one-third as large. the lega-
cies tosons and daughters paying a
federal tix of 214 per cent. and a
state tax of I per cent, whil-k thoie
tocollateral distributees paid a 4;.
per cent federal and a b per cent
6tate tax.
The estate of tho late Geort<.


I 1
For Mem. Legi-lature- -
C. M. Jones........;
J. Enmmnet Wolfe...
H. C. Clopton......
P. M. Pritchett.... i
Cha l,-s~ Williamz*.. .....
For Sh1eritff:
Geo..JE. mith...... 2
J. C.Van Pe'lt......! 13


W. H. Hutchinson
Charles Hilbun ....
For Cl'k Circ't Court:
A. M. McMillanu....
John de it Rua ....
R. E. L. Daniell...
For Tax Collector:
A. H. D'Alemberte.
F. B. Bonifay ......
For Tax Assessor:
W. W. Richards ...
George Reese ....
For Treasurer:
John W. Frater ....
W. E. Anderson ...
For county y Judge ...
Those. R. McCullagh
For Supt. Pub. Ins.:
N. B. Cook.........
James M. Tate.....
C. J. Bell...........
For Clk C('rim. Court:
M. P. Bonifav......
For County Surveyor:
WN. C. Beck.


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24 4 4 1t
10 21 16 41
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12 15
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16 17T


23 26
19 2

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26 12 25
21 9 19
5 6 15
13 3 33


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20 1 18

34 9 19
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10 11 12 18 14 16 i 16
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25 2 164 129 87 106 9
15 15 122 s6 74 1-38
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10r2 79 44 88S
27 28 34! 27


146 114 75 109
74 61 64 77
77 4S 52 47

173 131 104 116'
114 90 74 121


224' 159


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175 117
119 106


102 132
75 99.

1041 139
78 99.


244 194 152 21]o


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I0 I Our 20th Year at

Present Location'
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ForJu-tice of the Peace. Second District: James R. Landrum. 632; Boykin Jones. 352.
For ('Cn-table. Second District: C. P. Bobe. 5413; H. H. Kelly. 30,
F.r Justice of Peace. Fifth District: Geo. W. Harrison, 6.5.
For Member School Board: A. V. Clubb-, l14; A.C. Blount. Jr.. 912; E. Ward, ;637.

land was estimated at one hundred Tuesday Night's Attraction.
million-. The British government. Murray and Mack will be the at-
on that portion of hi- estate un- traction at the opera house Tuesday
der its juri diction, received in night when they will present their
er it .u .;dicton. tcefelnow famous success, the hurrah
inheritance taxes $4,TuJ.,o. the Canvass of the Returns From comedy "Finigan's Ball." Thisplay
state of New York received nearly h as made us several visits and Mur-
two million-s, and the United States the Primary Election. ray and Macet are always welcome
re than dublethat visitors. They have gained for
more than double that sumn. themselves an enviable reputation
The conclusion from thte illu-t for always presenting an entertain-
trations is that an inheritance tax. Only Names Printed on the Ofhital ment full of fun and enjoyable fea-
especially as it affects personalty. i- Ballot Counted-A Recount of the tures.
one that cannot be dodged. Whatevt r vote of Precinct Three-List of This season they bring to us tihe
best show, it is claimed, ever under
may have been the success attend- Delegairs to the County Conven- their direction, including company
ing the efforts of the owner of large union. of twenty-five pa-ople and a complete
amounts of personal property during scenic equipment. In the company
hi lifetime to evade the collection The Escambia county democratic will be found such popular artists as
his lifetime to evade the collection executive committee met at the of- Kittie Beck, Charles Berry, Mayme
of just and equitable taxes thereon, flee of County Judge T. R. McCul- Taylor. the Grierson sisters, the
when death overtakes him his accu- Primrose Quintette, and a score of
nulations must yield up to the au- lagh at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon other names always identified with
o. b and proceeded to canvass the returns first class attractions.
thorities he has defied the just trib- from the primary election of April 1.
ute he owed to the government that In precinct 1 it was shown that the Black Patti's Troubadours
has po in te name of Archie Benton, not handed In addition to Black Patti. the
of his wealth. His fellow citizens :
o h ea i ll in as a candidate at the time speci- company of which she is the star at-
who have paid their ee smaller dues fled, and not printed on the official traction has a number of other ar-
while he went free. are avenged for tists who are gifted with remarkable
the injury he ha:s done the-i. and ballot, had been voted for as dele- singing voices. When these accom-
Sgate to the county convention. On plished artists unite with the Black
hi de.cendaits or. l Ieatee coe motion it was ordered that io name Patti's Troubadours chorus in the
his ri- fr a fair and jt ettle- be county unless sai name had rendition of operatic ensemble num-
me:,t of the loln.-stan'iingf figactounht. l bers which is the grand feature of
Fl rid law ker fid been filed with the committee and their performance, the inu-ical tone
Sra law ker printed on the official ballot. The etf-vt is said to be almost indescrib-
the situation valuable iii-truet:i )n in v)tes for Mr. Benton were therefore able. Audiences are invariably
the -ci hice- rf po litical ectfi.n;i i. not counted. arousetd to tile highest pitch of en-
At precinct :; Mr. If. T. Pursell re- thui-ias-m over the enenimble and solo
If roubled wit h rlei.tinatism. g(ive ported that more votes had been ca;.t ingiting of the company, and ellcore-
Ch'liambe-ilain'- Plaiin r:ilui a trial. It than were -hown by the returni; :are more fricluent than ">t ;a S in:i
will nlt e -C- tVlio .1a ci'lt if it d ies no, thiat -,uie Oallots improperly marked l)iand concert. They will a pp-:i" at
gZood. Oni application will r.-lipeve fur some candidate- had been thrown the opera hoaa-e Monday niiiiit.
the pain. It a:t-o curi-; -preairn and out entirely. It was therelore de- -
brui-e-s in onei-thirdt t:,, time re- cided to go behind the return- and ; WHEN 'It lIVEIN(;
tquired by itay other treatment. recount the vote, which wa- don(lIl. p re bent ,r hui-
C'tit-. burn-. fa t:bite. quin-ey, The canva+- by precii:cts th.n e- Whether on pleasure bent or busi
pa in. in thei -ide and che-t. gl.tidu gan. the result of which., a to 'andi- n,.-,I take ,on every trip a Itttle of
lar utnd other cw, llitig- are q icklv dates for county offices., is .hiown in 'Syrup 'of Fiis. as it acts m e-t pleas-
vcured by applviin it. Fve 'v tery ttlte tabulated f111inr elsewhere in this llntly and etffctuhlly o thl'- kid li-ys.
wa.rrantid. Price. 27, aind c (t-. iuie. liver. and bowels, preventing fever-.
F.,r -1A l)y Hanniah l;rh. and aul Thie del-zetes to the county ,on- I headaches and other forms uf sick-
t, dicin, dealer-. venltion, wnich meets at Pow ltioin s.ll l'"or sale in 5 c cenlit bottles by
to-mnorrow, are as follows: ;ll leading druggists. Manufactured
1POLICE ('l T-. i'ric'nct i-/. YRo.ert'. by the California Fig Syrup Co.
--I r ,n,'t !-'- I;. fk rlhieii. r..I. i'. 1unly.
Minnie IBrooke Solitcited t'nlawful I 1'l'jcin t ::-H T. IW-nili. Win. tcit i .
P.+int'. Irr t -A. C. l'IppiI.
Trade and i, li.'>el .d42S an 3 ) plretrenintt 5-W. A. :., iiPltoy.
l)av, in Jail. i'rre.,fct t-J. H. VaJ n.r .' '.ac T.
Iiarpe-r. A..I. lMne-key.
There were twelve cas-es bA.fore | 'r-,ci rtI 7-- \V. N acholaon> u. Fi:;tk I. T
the mayor ti.s itaorniigi, aid.ul t k'r.,.c tntt a l- 1. N. raiatrt. i, alii .r w itit..
i're-.il,'o li.- l Vt ard.le'. t. .t, In, ait.
tinires a ti'itu -1ited f ?1ill2.e.r A A .t0. I^ *. *;: ^;r,; ;; ai
Minnie Brook-s. a lewd we mati. 1'et- i.cti 1-.i. *etcw 1r.
c"!i ,rc'd with soliciting unllaWfni han. W\V it/,ztii, I. 'l, .M ',1 l, '. C O E '
T r ,. ,i ,ti il,.- 'r .... w-i- fi:,r,-n u W ril in 1. 1 t- - p w I "
t-. iI1 .-**l: n.ciit' t! !irt:y (.iy- All nih, Johlin C lir-tie. J. t,,. t it. W .T. n f
i i iincal n.
.1 t 1, A .v'-. <* i- I w : t-, ael,- 1 1'revn.i T 1i -~ I 1loi -1i'< .
,i -.l P M t. '.;ti -i.. | I.i(. iT J, J Hin;> -.
SI. < t 1) 1- w iN I! w l:: l i -k rI .-::n t l--.. .. A rt, ti.. '. -. 11.
S i- It :' 'Li tiii, WV. A iinl, .10in h. ti ll i. l.
l T,'l H .. i. o t, t i; 1 ( .;li, r; :.. ... ,, P ot-
Jui -e _'hir ,-,t wi:ti visit;.: t Ii.i.. 'l T e tabil;at:,-d st'teinf- nit publ-
whliere l- w.e a :iinl Imdt.--n.- i. li-hteoid *l-.* w ar' in tlis i--ne -h.-'.
p c:i',-il w. rI w i.'. fi'l+ d $'!. t iat ('. tia:eni Jones and .I. Em ni et i||
H- nry- Cl it k. il. i ,!. ,L i. ;-.i ; f wi' I lt l as- rep: -s nita- U i
dl. ?r!y. to-11 forii.i-t .. tiv -to to i th ..t l -ilature. .Mr. W% ,it
Al.o -it M 1 in Iii:iA, r I w i:!. :.i-t rec-v- i i, i ';i t ',vot,- lnitre tlh;1i Mlr
.A.it !Wivckt.-- l(111g. w.A- iti:i .- -':, i. lopttin idaul ;.si votes niore tlan Mr. FIPRAYEIE HR()OOIKS,
t:: -,-ii Iivill .'t. '! arsi..>! with l'titciiett. M r. Jttines rc.:\o kI -;2
d -o,.t I'V i*o, lvt 'I.:I n vote i mwore tt ian Mr. W olfe.
ili .1Ma :ie- Liviin'-t_'n, wa- ti:it d For Theriti Geo(. E. Sii !i wa Hvi-minlis a nd BibleC.
$5 le:'tt-d by a majority of til voAte .'ve r
Henry" Si fi l l :. ]l" .M ttI V an lIt.
thetws. tightinz. w-re lini-d ..- For circuit clerk A. M. Mc'Millia
H-iiry Simnti-1.l wa- al-o charged receiv-d 261 moro vote-s t:,;ii t)p .
wit' a-,asiititni. I '.-iry Fo-t-r witn combin-d vote of I :I lnia and ,
1t:- ti-t. fr whichI hie pala an addi- 1) iiil. Ol NTl Il
tio,,. l '. For tax collector A. H. D'Alen- JlAI |
I-v.t i Collni. an-.cal*, discihairgted. herte was eltcted by a majority of '
-.- ll3,over Judge B nifay.
Il* not f ii tto il,; thet aidv.rtise- Feor tax assessor W. W. I ichaii M
:n!i it of T:'F I'iIt\A 1:1i h:- ;.ap.r. w.as --lected bv a majority of 177 I TO
-- -i a elvFar (i-o. Ireli'ee.
('i,,thiig tlhat i- ttilord hon-tly For treasurer John W. Frater wa- Everybody needs a tonic tihes p


and turoui!ly at Wite is. elected by a majority of 34% over W. l sprin- das to drive awa- that
-I E, Andei son. i z sprin day drive wathat
UTS: lOc. PER IPOUNI. County Judge T. R. McCullagh. tired feeling. Mountain Mint clinic
J:cobv has t to 60 pounds of who had no opposition, received does this. It invigorates and puri-
ltaliin Cheotnts and Choicepo Hazn 1 votes. fies the blood. It cures the worst
Italian ilhe-.tnuts and Choice Hazel- For school .iunerintendent N. R.
nuts. which he is offering, to close Cook was elected by a majority of .5 Bcases of indigestion. It cures per-
out, at 1 cents per pound. 7atf over James M Tate. manently all stomach troubles. It
Th nbbit prin styles in hat M. P. Bonifay. for clerk of the makes the sick well: the weak
at nbbiest spri. ng stylesin hats criminal court. who had no opposi- strong; and it gives one who is all
at White*--,. tion, received 1.099 votes, I run down a new lease on life and a
W. C. Beck. for county surveyor, r ni
who had no opposition, received 932 healthy appetite Mountain Mint
The Non-Irritatin votes. Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
-O------ --itatiI, A.V. Clubbs. A. C. Blount. Jr.. people in Pensacola. everyone of
*t and E. Ward were re-elected mee- whom heartily recommends it aQ the
Cathalrte bers of the school board. best tonic they ever used. It does
S __ more than we claim for it. One dol-
Easy to take. easy to operate- A kidney remedy that can be de- lar per bottle. ix bottles for five dol-
p-ended on will bq found in PRICKLY lars. Try it. It is made in Pen-a-
wr _ Asi HITTrRrr It heals and streonoth. cola by Dr. Philip E. Hannah. Fo-


* BIG STORE


RA FOR EASTER.M


Shirt Waists.


Embroidered White Waists. 75e.
$1. 0N. $1.25 to $2 5N).
Misses' Waists.q45c to $1.0.t.
Colored Waists. 45c to 69'c.
Silk Waists for $3.98.

Skirts.

White Pique. Embroidered. $4.
White Duck, 76c to $:.5&P.
Oielletea Applicued. in New Col-
ors. $2.50 to $3.5c.
Black Brilliantine. Box Pleat-
ed, $4.0'i.
Novelty Good.- in Black, $3.;-.0.

Millinery.
We are slihwing a Nice Line of
Pattern Hat-. at Low Price+-.
Bunch Violet-. Ro,-es., Dai-ey-
and Forgeit-ine-Nots at I,c' ae
Bunch.
LIate't Styl=s in Sailors at .',e.
o7.I' and $1.* .
Hats Trimmed on Short Notice.


2206-LA)ll1'% h'-wr.


--XN E GOODS'-

Displayed o Our Counters Each Week!


illi0iNi Ion)ion) & !on.




J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealer- in-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and lrMiy.

i._-Repairing Attended to Promptly.
o EAST A.\l EN ST. : : : : : PENS.\ 11! \


SOL


Co.


Kennedy's Fancy Cakes.

w Nunn-rlly's Easter Candie-


-'BUY THE BEST."'


f.ja i ':CONOMY!


REIEFRIGERAT4 RS ir O,,.i,:ar: t. i.1 :
i i t !'+ .1 i, I; + i.ie r;, tt-irt' t It t'I tryy otrlI-.r o 1; l; i .. k..
T!' y v .iV. a-i Ab-..lnt#- DRY Alit 'IPROVIs iN I II ;
w .: .;htt 1 Il...al ,; ly I Ifdorl,--s.

S- Our Ice Cream Freezers: '


MIN I r.


y Pric.,- n', t i..Hi-,-r th;.n for I'.l, r;or iiake-. C(.':
ia' ial tl t:i tol y tiou.


*B.


GERSON,:P-
107 South Palafox.


"2-.cents will p'ay f,.r the Saturday Fine furni tur.ei',
edition of the Jacksanvill- .Metropo- 8/l.. incltdil '
11s. a large s or 12 page paper from n
now until Nov. loth. by mail only, rockers, at venr ref '
and $2.o0 will pay for the Daily PrceCs. Their .siocA "
Jacksonville Metropolis from now plete. Don't b/ty a t -
until Nov. loth. for cash in advance a '/ furniture unt/ '
only. The object of this unparal-1 .V// ar f ton ,)' ,
lelled offer is to give the people of t ,e Marston
Florida a chance to keep posted on tock.
the news of the coming political
campaign at extr-nme y lowcost.and The best 5 cent Cigar
also to make themni better acquainted
with the leading free silver and on the market is the
Bryan newspaper in the ,.tate. Its DURIHAM Try then at
cartoons are alone worth, double the ', *


&


OFFICIAL CANVASS


OF VOTES CAST AT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES APRIL 10, 1900.


French Caps.
Our rtping Line N.,w
ti,,n.
Lawn Hats and 1;
Children.

Clothing.
Fine Ta:ilormnade Suit-
at $10.01 to $1is (i.
Youtri'" Suits. L0,1 ]',
$7 .5 to) $10i.1i
Fine Painits. .2.-. to -
made good-.


Sp, cial in .:-. .
Straw Hats.

Special in i.v-.


Shirts.
1 ,o Do -nl ; illt- >
$ P5 ch
'" l),zen )vy-' S- -
Shirt W ai-t, for It. .-
without CO'll:r-. "_-' -) .


New Idea Patteros


- AT-


10 cents each.

.L ".-A~l' .d.... j:'SL....


CAHN


ALLOFFERT Y

ALL THE INGREDIENTS FOR YOUR


WA'.-\.lAN'IED TO FI1.EZE I.N


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 19(0.


THE' P TA D

AND HE F..'NlG


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Vinbarrau,.cd the Bonnu.
the tt3 v 1'. 1i- I. I : -- '.I., ,
the t-fiI 4..1,(


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I "s ,- 2 .. a. f- .. r. it


I'ae.r.- Len'.
All t!,e' f mitt fulw -, !ive c- *ua-
pleved tilt :r twent-Il -t-t veiit anlt
who havi- Il t uut~rittt
year. mt'. id%% icarv' Pitt o\.'Ill ptv.d h IeI
the oblighti.-ii 'of fas 'ILiz t-I'kbys
hard work, r etth#-r w. t Iktilewner.-u-
"n.0I .-re i~bli,ogd tip f i-t ,ni ail thc'
day" 4)ofACLst. i('-tvi~t ;v-.A
On ttro?;#- d('1;4vl c-'!1' L!ii-A eI -
allowed, ''tti'L -.e1 ;.ub-t'kz
before afloiil.
Customii Al"Irs. It:1 cu")o.1'u,,
4iPr thin ChttteIilkt,-. tet~j i a-iu,!lpl..v,-(-
41f bread eti a l'f2,Ik' rto ie' IkeI, i
th.- dl'ct-Imt~g' aal itAntie- i'.'1IiIL. Ia
collati'wr. 11--tt xce.-d it *,I,(-.'feu t '
pa0rt Of 3'11 1Il'zd 'A r% N, I I i.: I Ie'tWed.
inilk'Peig.- 'tittlAl k;, I- -of fr-nut.
tj'Ah a d i~l allI VIr- !.j ;r- 'I I u
When the' Iuin 'p iftt i-al :tlt.-t
'takema ate-t uin. it I- ~- his, lc tfc
Anod ttit.dinIt-er tet t, e-vo-t ii,z
Abi-tiflesui-- rot?,. tiia-.t- -ef ti--I
i- '-3.J .- 1 ;4li t1.e- ~t-~.s t-
and Fuidai-- ot I.- it nd ion the'tat
urtday of knkEt- e.rWt-. k ard ton Holy
.-4tL-rdav.
The u-1.v. Llrj di- ;j!tP-wed iii ta1-k


Fi-h and t11.- *.-' not ;All,,owd Aat
l9 : tauit lim .tAl. ,-v,-tn .. t' n lay,
EKW hehi-e,. r1!k ad butte-r nay
be u~-d ev-.ry day. buit ab -tiuctnce
froua all of tthe-i-'- i- recomm-ended on
Unpod F -iday.
Persons exempted froin the obli-
gation of fastlo.g a-'- not hound b-.
the rt-trictiM: o'f II-iliL' Ilo-t biut
imw aday oie tih- d:ay- in whi'h the
eetf meat i-p.ruaitted I1y di-ptn-
Nation.
Child en ov.-r -.v n yi'tirs of avre
are bound hv the law of at..tii auless excused by -ickne-s ,or otner
causes.
The paschal tim,. in which all
Catholics whieo have corn*- tot the
year@ of di-cretion arre bound to re-
ceive holy comimntioin worthily. -x-
tondo from tht- fir't Sunday ,of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. iticlu-ive. ('hil-
dren over -v-Inl years of age are
bound by thet pre-c p: of annual con-
fi-sion. Pa-tr- sud parent, ,hold
seethat the childni ,n comply with
this duty.
The holy -,aonI, of I.-int i a tim'
of pr.yer. tion from* the world and it- aimu-i+-
mentv, and of 'n'lrout,- almii-ivIITIe
By a special itndt t gratntt-(l to the
bishops of tle l'nitod S .tt,' for '-n
year. datit:t? from M:tr-h ;7). l':,i
working p,,-ol<. who e-:mit eti-iiV
obewrve the- conillnin law of' the-
church. are di-pe:s-,-d fro,,im t!;: i!i-
ligation of iab-;*in. -i'h e on t ilI dI.I y- f
the vt-r x,- pt Frnd'd -. A-:
Wedtiesday. Ho'ly Ve-.-k aiind Chirt-
Ins Eve. Ti i- di-;,, :*- ,tion d .-
1u.t +X-lXe pt fo 'll t('* :;tiditiol* il ,li
j.igatialn of fa.-tit:. wt,'-r -'.'i! x-
iatiL. i>'r d ',e it .iiitli,-iz.,. thi.. tni \
fi4h and fl-h -t t\I),- -ill- n-meal. I
iiclude-. h, vidual ortkin.t in wh-..-... fav-or it i-
granted. but ail t!- ii-thiii.t r- .*f t h,-r
fuvmilie- as well In rt-uri i ; i- i x-
pectd lthat t 'o w, 4o av:il 1 irt -I -
,.elve- 4,, t'i- i!V,di:1: % % -i i m ;i \,"r to"
,**nte-r iln t to ll -; , :- Ilv -, :
son ef IL*-ut !y voii-i*t i art-1 o'f moir-
iI fcati nll. p ht., ',.i'*< !."! ;sia'i ,, Ivill.. -\
llli.-t trai-e-wirtt'y ciito4 I. i ti- i h.e p
ab'taitiing d tiii: l.,i:t fr,,'i; -ti:nti-
[Ants, it hoI,,r ,l :i... -li r. d -iact'-". 1
our diville aV14,i.r.
T h,.e w ho, nt. 1 t:,*, .ty !'.- -
file doubt about "*. .r I I I. t!moi to
la ,-t or i.b tait. ,i:.;!:t o apply t
their pa-tior ,.r c,':. --,,r I r :Idvic'e
]-.ltt \ ;:' I A A I I.v ..
I -, 4 11;: i it M ,.bile.
M ooile. Al t F-t,,uary li. 1'i : .


ASSAULTED BY STRIKERS.
Nonunion WVork~man sev-erely Beatten
In ('hirago.
CHIcA. oApril 12.-Strike sympathi-
zers (-:uded the guards at the Marshal]
Mield building t(P(Lav wnd ws'aulted t'wc
men. The foreman of the tuck pointers,
whli cwav; sk-d Iby two men for work,
upon r.'piyiug that ni'Ul unonl lf4'flwould
t*- taken. was struc-k by both men. whc
then ma'Ie their eficape. The s-ooxmd ari-
smtult wa.- xiiadt upon a nonunion man.
whot with hi~s comnpanionsi w&A. on his
way tit the louilding. He was siingled
cPU? anti-Avf-rt-1v iwat*'u livthre- menv.
who al..c A I~ i
Fifte.-n ho dvarrie'rs and tthrt4- plaster-
vrs wt~n-bro caught itito the building varly
and punt to Nv .wk. After the attack?;
niaido t4 .dAv rh.' guard has bet-n doubledl.
Women itf%~trikerm 1we thle Lam.h.
GCuTpt Nir:&. S'. G..April 1.N'shas

z -idii/r- a:..aiiir.-.1%U. Ward.
r''v"~~' ?IIiiI, ,tit 4 'the Xarr.-y
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it 1 T I- I ti- ur Tft'i~t -av


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8 CC& p. .''at -re ---:tr :t-ytit.. -t'ai,
tII;)rtll'r.'Ii.a- I- llt, I %.rIaet:...d.-rt"of
L't! "cI A~.rt C''n M.( tnii. JI!1v 4r D411):rt


1.0 in* fll o qtr i38r't. fo r Presi- tiii--n l F..Ct -
,,,, and~ f.-ur aIC-rniipT.-. to be \.,le.Id for hit
I ~i. rtt'l Ir r g:iila r ve. A i' c tIt-c i11. and to
I Itil -iI'(%IUT *l h'r uj it -, ii4a% comei
','l it.l--ti;,v ot'-.lbL1. o i litli u o h
I- ti-lwmctn~ m-'.. tit r-Pr i..n atitio : 4t ina -f-1
*'.u I 471on,-t- f iufilt'l .)te% .cme't f. r
1,7 iv.dt-,lt- !iii~iee--t itii) -r ,, *,t-t tatt* 1Iit
g e -f* ,-uti1.11on(f Ns;. acud o(Cueadoilifnti
%ot o: f t~ t. h et- i'tr a n t) t ii -,ks-.-s th-r.-tf.

Fket I.i.- ieci'iti f f i l'a i llv art 1t'.-ii I fm


it.!.A 1;.. AI I, -q I 1t7
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(- f iti- .1.- -IIT I I ,-te
i 4, 'It.-1-t7 Itutl it lr
42m ;t%.:o', I Satii Ia 1

Laful-U- Wcit n 4

a t 1-11fl eer1 witll njs-b tWA('.th insii. i' i nb -
liptnei/st alit) .,b* ., Ite n f-T it It.' la t lat e
1'.'nl I : n ttl. AlIi ctm~io.'rue I ar" l% I,'. a t o
p'el a'iplt-in tIP- i-'."-etlcln of deiot-ftte.
ier-o trtclu-11meeit la-.' whoi bavo' heca'tne
1'a01flr4cI It.o4 otrli.inco lit'he at telect'ion.l
I'lit-chitirntusn arvt' e',rot-trv for e-ct('h etun-
SCu Ivont ie 119 1et.ilIf-cr t Ii.' flOrf).i-4eo.f -I#ner -
mate de-l-ateee to lb.' state cfllve-atl''ll Itri-
r-j u.-i,'tt-ila't--old to HI a. W -A .ittw IQ.
.'chwrtepafl.Tmahailtlt -... Fin., a writtt-nir
pi tet 'icopyV --f Itleeprorve-Oi"uRigc(of tut h
t,' ttitntv u~te t.,n. ti bo-ter vkioiia list cif
'[i.- nt)ls of tlen'C-Olainty t-i~t'titI%'#1CfojIjjlIit
ctla.rui qn ai~d se-ct tary- of ut ch en flimt-Pe.
.1 (o &.4'tFtI. Cheairaman.
Sp-itei.tarv.


LXIJNGRMESIONAL CONVEMtION

I ali for a de.mocratic tlionviti. n of lb.'
ft -t cong~r"%siiitnal di.- ritd o(f Itoi-*tuto of
'lori cu. t~c It" b,-14 at 1alImbit-r. Ft...i~cr.das.
rThe d. na4prat.i' patty (If the- tlr~t coagre-
-iioni,4district of III- .la.nt- 4-fFlorida. will
li .1d : d~~r-:tt)!al cuft.*:ilmn at Ta~ 'ila-
(o--'. ill W'4.*ln-daY May ;v)(11. At 1-2
.,'4knoon. f.or I h..pnrpote o- i) .'iminat 2lit
a mroi; latv for c ~r-.froin .cd diIisr ci

,u. II.I tr-Ltt-nt -u-fl ot ner btijiesiu-v aza ni~ii
iTh..11 l c'..nt c 4uTIi..'A iln Meo di-tr cI wi;i
!iA III). Itt. hi t I .' C0!.V-'Wh i1VI Uj) AlI I t
,;.uIII-' tlftp--"If r.-pr..".'ntmti-m i: n-dl
..a.'for t-AIh 1D-0 Vet .- vasi.t ffor I h" vat d -
dlatt.' to, c,,t:aiti .- III...p!j ct~triic At th.' 17'
inna .1tef.-fr lii.. rmelitlIne11 t,.
I:. o n t.-I 't -il..U I. I') 11 *'iorti..r-~
pi 11. 11itt~:~ Ir -:.- i.- T toti- for Ceon-

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I 1. couto--Vt i .t~c~i h~n!.4-, tar-,.

110 .iIn A P ."'coion of
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-h : h ii.r'o .i:. ithu '-.t' *' I
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If a
wants to
heap on o.l
on water.kn
f:re. Wnern
well from d.
she shoi'.d
already t uri
sh.u-d nrtt
pc.;:ns corn
i:3 and cpa
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Woman
put cut a fire she doesn't
I and wood. She throws o
owangthatwaterquenches
i a woman wants to get
seases peculiar to her sex.
not aid fuel to the f.re
n:ng her life away. She 0
taxte worthless drugs and ,I
posed of harmful narco-
ates. They co not check %
they do rct cure:t-they 0
fuel to the f:re.
SEradfild's Female ,
Regulator should be
taken y every w.,,cman
or g:rl who ras the
sl gh:est rusp.c.on of
1 "" ..- t th. ,
.n t' :.; .h t-
1.ev wi nl .. piv
it t .f-'.'r. ane A
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WE HIVE TME OME YO# W4T !
Whoth'r you want a tbig one.
a -mall onp. an ex\ipenivt4- or n c'hi.-ip oii.
We live a great v.rierty for b *ir reit Thri-
he-'t of them are luxurious inr' thlieapest
are good.


I)W IIIG' volSt ItI'tT.
No. 2IPN Weeot i-adsdvn -tro'eI.7 roolI..t2
s-tory
No. il IF'At at 1 eL tre't'.t.-rei~ti, (. itst
No. IMl 4ust rLa~th In t.-?. 4 r'ilvtl., I
't ort-I
SN0. P141 V.euit I-clmoelt 'I rt'-t.7rom.
it i-torvi -
No. I'tit hu-rh tIre.t.'?,5 rn.'rnee
'.ory i li-st Ceviti 'qu.,tve
No. 49 -:at Chas" st r.-eo.4 rk-oin-i. 41
at ory p
Se.12 W@?-e-ti felinol-tnt rtI-t.5 )r~to).. c I
ttorV
No. Ili%%'--%i C4e-rt-pitn-. %I ret,-, roneoms..
('or. fteu- andLcI~I'uis -tri.-.:, ito rtonh,.
No. .tS 'eSpei in,-, %t re.t. .5 r(iilt., i
sto. Ii
a torv,

No 7 Nocrth '.rij .rtI 1iiIP
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D~os. j. Ufatsor P Li
REAL ESTATF.
Rental and Insurance
AGENr%:.
Not. I Sountth P.iI Ifox ~r.':
PENSIACO7LA. 11, k


DRINK LION' BEER!


Endorsed by all P'ny.icii,-:,a the
.:.ly vl er c ab-olutI ly ; :.; jul-
f rntiom.


CHOCOLATE FIENDS.
There Are Thoese Wo Becovme Slaves
to This Nerve Soothbig Food.
"The manufacture of chocolate." said
J. R. Anso of Brazil. "is a great indus-
try. Of all the chocolate beans Import-
ed into the United States two-thirds gu
to one firm in Boston. aad the other
third is distributed among the other
manufacturers. The chocolates sold
are of various grades. The Caracas
chocolate is supposed to be the best.
*If you take the various grades, tech-
nically known as the Caracas, the
Frenich. the German and so on. and
take a piece of each and place them in
a pan of water and allow them to dis-
solve. any expert will tell you which Is
the best chocolate. The better grades
will leave no sediment. The others
will. This Is explained by the fart
that in the cheaper :grades the shell is
ground tip antd used is a 'tiller.' Th.l
lighter the chocolate the better the
grade. The chenapr grades are dark
owing to the g-roundl up shell.
"It is a que'r thin'- :t0.out cihi,.ilate
cff nsil ptiill. Tf!i'ie m'm "h e 'wolate
t iendls. juii.t a th-'re aro ophii tienlds.
t(,i:,c.o llves mind li.; Or slaves. I
r :.!.'t.t t!ll y"',u u\\ "y it *-. bit if pf'op!.'
Iezin tf to at c' t,'ri l;ti p l:1;E a it rowi '
i;U l.n ;l '.'; I *.: c:'t i ::k a:i y a lla oui!t
of o' < l t;t Il', ;i:in. ;),'- ,,n. W
co :-0.1' !]* (t':;eror lts tie ot'.f :t
a." l: ii; [, '"'' !1T:;.' of s,!'_:ir in
thltei. :itnil !L:air is to a cert:;!tn ex-
it(lit ilt!~ jrioius, Iu )t fo)r tm e h. ( olte
it-4 I ePiio'!ih to hurt i; hin :i.i :'i< n!y. In
(c(,trl:i(i.T;n 'tiorn to ; xhilaration of
nilo' ioli (11rinkl s rl:o)'o;;lte s'nims to be

I:t;l ir:rr ::iile fin.i it a t' i.." v* % inis an.!I sot:his an th .ni. It is l',( cr. 1-ut it I.; thle truth.
The 'nili'-timption ( fl c, i o'.e:t te is in
crit<-i. P enorlr,(;ly.lvy n the United
Satl, s."-.New Yo)rk Tribune.


A beautiful1 a--''rfureznt of ;-,41 and

At C. V The'mpsoias.
0-r i -*- Lad;i(s' Note Paper. and
:,!~e.Pb~to) match.
Ca ~biz'"Li non and1 Envelopes~.
1111rd>, Iaretmin-t.
Itivlitation~ Papi-r and EnveIt'pss.
F'r-)eted Veuimn and Ernvelop'Q..
EDl-lNote; Satin Wove: Ti-sune
Pap~r; IDenui-on's ('rppo. Etc., with
C. V. TrM-x
So 0 "outh Pal;&fox Street.

WANTED.
Wanted to hay ill kids of Sicoso
eaod Firmitire, Uerckadiso, Ac.
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EETHINMae ct,
n6 (Teething Powders) TEH~AI~
- AS r a .ULq.L6 Troubles o
tOr mail !'peu,cmto J.MO0F FETT, M. D.. ST. LOILB


br a JE3QITCICET3Sw~
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[MY'ORIVE11 AND JOBBER OF'



[ron. Nfl'ais.AX31,. ~Saw IMP, an!d xb.t C*

Agate tt.-d Tp-War3 ~a A L ) frZ13?
GILzn, Pistls and2 Fif-hizig TackIs..

AGEN~T for P.!roilghamRON li'w 21111- Ci~''vy .
Stitched Boit.ng, Nor bhamptor. k 1nirnry' WhivcJ Conmr.k.17, I :till. A ,;
Powder Companty, Johni~nrs Kalsw-A i. Irn. in fJugan *.. lu4- -%
and Ran,;e-, Wn,. Con-p & Co.%; Raiw lFlids Lsa&A iip-o, &eur m vh-


F. C. liFHkNT.
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First National Bank

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. K. HIVY .?


SG E BRENT,


Alph abet


X-M W ',,^We draw our own Blili of Exchanre on Greao: .rLtan I- ... '
A wa- an ANCIENT who used Germany. Franc,. Au'tria, Italy, Holland, pain. Belgini,. Hu-.. > :
to burn wood. way, sweden. Denmark aud other European countries..
B i-a fr BILLS that lie paid W'Vessels Disbursed upon the Moe Favonrable TArrrn -nd *,:?
when he could. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dessknalson Ten or Fifteen i .
IN wai the COAL that he after-, ftel Vessel Arrivea tuerv.


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wards bought.
jt the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i- the EVIL those things
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in not using
gaA.
i. the GAS George ustAd in his.
St,)ve.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
is the INDIAN; he doesn't
use GAt.
cannott une it, for J the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wh i GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY, they'er
both of 'em cool.
ii the MONEY,. savtt' by a
(;ia Range-.
is for NOW, t'he hlubt time for
a C"allitre.
i- tl- OFF"ER tiie Cri,,;any

i- thi- I'PROFIT. di ,.'t im..k,- a
linitake.
i- for Q( FT-lION'; 0 (;I:i.-
tion at l!
i- tih' It.AN -(; y.u -,,oui
buy b)-ltt i Fall.
i- t SAVING .yoi l.;ak-. i:
iou dt".
i- the TIME alrd 'I IL:Rl') LE
-a ve-d. too.
i- tin- I NMON of Comfort
Iald t',rmt.
i- V"EXATTON, n1wv cut i:
adrift.

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; :- 'i :r, I ) '1 tr, t !.,uy a

i- f,' Y()O['. ,icn- + al)-,rv a- -a

i- our ZEALI t, -upply you
with iGAS.


W'Safety Deposit Beoes for Rent in Connoctt.l
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Uss
of Rentenr.





McMillan Bros. Co.


SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

umictwm of aid aipm *thu


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.,



MOBILE, ALA.


THE ORIGOTNL &



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A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sole Wholesaler.
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IL! ii9 l BRIDIES WIlmI, IMPORTED AiD Oi0.
Pail Jones aai Ecno Spriis Ccliarate wlilst
TRY I BOTTLE OF Cill 1011C.
PHONE 154. : 1' : : i. o. BOX 7


u13 RANGES $12,uConect d Free.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.


The circuit oourt met this morn ing
and adjourned until to-morrow, after
a brief session.
The cases of Sullivan vs. Pitt Mill
Co., and same vs. Vaugnn et al .
were dismissed.
The case for trial to-morrow i-
Ponder vs. Fidelity & Casualty Co.
The case of Geismar vs. Penuacolst
Electric Terminal Co. was di-|osed
of yesterday by a verdict for the de-
fendant.
JU'tST RECEIVED
On cotui'iguiter't. a choice lat f.
Fancy Veg--tables-Cele-ry. l'ar-ley.
Carrot,. Lettute. Large Tlur:il-.
Shallots, rtrawberries, etc. T bI-
sold at ro-asonable prices. Geo. Wil-
son & Co.. -Delmoniico Reataurant.
orposite Unioni Depot. T,:leph~.lin.- .
:1a2t
Annual (.laurhI Meetin.g
The annual nieeting f (' : ri-t
(Church Panr-It ffr t!h- alVtir,, ,f a
busint--'% will tak- 1l.w- <>: Ea-:i -
Monday. Api:1l i; at -t <'(i *k ; ,
in tti-e ti'i chi T"L- 1- a v,-ry in
portant iiI*stin:- ;i- : : t- iiatt.-ri" f ti;e
ni-w c( uri h i.l t,1 l di"o -'--n d ais ,i
a *ted upi : +" i st;' :t;;* :;. i:.t. r :-
thte'eftul*- :;r-1;,* J
MItS. C'Otl SON
(Offer. far .!,, E.a-t-* r -', i -an- -
t.,- rtment oI t!.< r.rar t ain a* -:
vt-.-ta)blos in tl;l n.t1rkt-t. viz: New
Tri-h Potato<#,. Snapt l kRt.- I'.... -
IP,+a*. C('-l ry. l."tttl,",+. I.,iu ..." .
,+Ic. A i.<, th v,-i y" li -" 1 .;" v* +
,.n htere. Turk-- a. i < C -.
Call and in *k.. yo, :r -,-"-. 't ,t
tonce. or ; --*, ..a tI : '*
phone No. l',T i -2
Re .Joi t ll .J. Jr ... r '. -
M unt.. r, t-o:.: .i ]" r !- y"- 'tr.* ,t.
ltalm t, InI I can fnnti .t ; -i-'^ t,'-


MITIl M o Given Away.
A* It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of one concern In
sALK). the land who are not afraid to be
It bk i .g, F. Caras.s. Alg;rs *generous to the needy and suffering.
It bk LiigiF.Carassa.g-r The proprietors of Dr. King's New
CLKAReD. Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
Nor hk Louise. 1.a. Larentsen. hb Pensa and Colds, have given away over
c:)ia Lumetw.ro. fr Herutick. with 14.7.c ton million trial bottles of this great
ft hewn timber. ? .-'t4 ft 'wn timber. 1I,- medicine; and have the satisfac-
.orbkToncorda.. alv.rasen. ty Rix tion of knowing it has absolutely
M ttoia.soen for Atns.-rp,. with 417'7 a, nt cured thousands of hopeless case.
luniewr., alud a: s*.'.f. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the Throat.Chie.st
AT iARAATIsMK. and Lungs are surely cured by it.
N'or q Deramre,1W79. Johanain.Catre, Call on W. A. D'Alemberte. Drug-
:t Lucia. tLo I-s tsacua Lumber tCo)
It tik Proaper,) c ,. Meghor, liavana. ists. and get a free trial bottle.
C .-rrt- Regular size 5oc. and $1. Every
tir i r%.ttila -:t. 4. (-oot'd. Tampico bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.
to Tranl-it Tran-,t '
%Or lK n'ira~- il .. osnsa-.---au Ur


I utm corer oku.A eCt~r1
I:.for A palftichtoia. iput ia) fur flv'isi gS-
tii and ditinf!-t .man
!t tak Pi.:t *Ns.l a 5 a. I Schikitllwt'. Antl
ast-rdain. tia aar'la-.-

A YE I rp - t
llCicl Aitrrs loombe, Gar-- V~ i
to Bui ta-. .A Va t I




Lr_4 IN P14TY


... uW a" o-',a-r~




kir W.~urns a'-' J 1101. to VGull Kevae:


f~r iad~au.1-.I .a.s.to GuiI Tran-i
Ca.


I'lNE POULTRY.
At C. Corner'% Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell egga f nr st-
ting from the following ihro-d4 of
chickon-: DPrk Irlra hmias., P.ttridge
C()e tPni l.i,!it l'ral.iinac, WVi% it+-
C.-)cl ii-, P'lymu.)th IRocks, 1}'IWlt
L.- hrnas. VWynd(!, ,-. My fowlk are
from the very he-t strains to be
ftiundl. andI I invite th I'ublit to cAil
:ttid -,.o t:;y ('.,,ilt'v \ n) -- abtt 7;',o
title fow l- on lhai i F.-ttri df 1:;
eggr s for $l.)i. li, I I; ('il.I.INt-.
a tf Magr.

What ,you p:i for C('lothiii i- s not
hIlf -.o iiniportant as what ymu g, t.
" li ivt'-.


Thloe parti,.; guilty of broakiiL ,
into school )building-s Nos. 1. 40 and
7T n id nuitilaiug same, are thr-hby
notified that the reward of $5<0.Tl-re-d
for the arrest and conviction of any
one for br,-aking into a chliool huild-
iti or lcehool building out-hon-e.,
still hold good. i.
S\ It ,,-


statement. "AIt i. a po t( irs- ( -r-- tr BARK .. .. ...-r..
catarrh if u,-d v- direct.J. .---t-v. :t Ang-ea A,-;:ns--. ;-. Bar,-tto. W I. %% it- 5.1lw Superinteindent.
Francis Pale. Pator %t tr:il ... ea. 1-v-nen.t- I II Bvyer NOTICE TO CONi RACTOIRA.
Press. Church. HeleItna. Moant. *Nor Ccncordia. ,*'N. ialv-rsuni. cl for
After usirg Ely' Cr-a i I thF::m :ox ritaGc too Resolved, by the members of the
weeks I belit-ve mys-If cured of c-a- taurs l)unwov a ,ar to Laborer's Protective lUnion No.
tarrh. JAoseph .tewart,(irand Ave.. Nor Iniia. ix72, Jensen. to oulf Naval S14, of Pensacola. in regular meet-
Buffalo, N. Y. itoro'Co for Ha- in that the following announce-
The Balm does not irritate or cau-e wic ment be made for the benefit of the
sneeingr. I old by druggis-t at .50 Kus Louls,:73, Jane on. toW Keyser a public:
eta. or mailed by Ely brothers. 56 co On and after the 10th day of May
Warren St New York. 11 Johuwody to Brsthe scale of wages shall be as fol-
------- Nor Norm. 1l Mikke:sea, to Pensaeola lows:
Cleaning ladies skirts and waist Lumewrtco t Mortar maker, $1.76 per day.
tI one of our specialties. btar Laun- .Lun moer. o Johansen to Pea ,olr Common labor. $1 50 per day.
dry. It 6teinvors. 1tWO. lozzo, eld for Uenoa EDWARDI U. WILLIAMS,
- Nor!-ig..id.i549.aunan.torattersou.[ )wn- a7-lw Secretary.
We are d-ing a big business. and Nor oleflde. M. Peterson, to order
it is no wonde-t. Wty shouldn't wte? Am V1odandi. 779, Koker. to BE Saun-
There is nto particular mysntery abo',t ders a Lo ,o


our success'. WAe always have the
right goods. the rijrht service and
the right price", and these always
win. We emphasize the honest treat-
ment feature and sell to sell again.
White's.
Elfven Men Drowned.
LOU)oN, Apr-l' 1,.-A.- th.- result oi
the wr -k ,' fa t ihing bota* ou rthe North
Cornish rosrt Th-. fihermnin and eight
life sav rs wr, a'r .wnti'l The life loat
went tAo the r..- a. of th. iniperikhd tijah-
r-mev. and w1a- up!'.-t lu Ith. attempt to,
save their i k->.
Ruaia I:enew% l Her IDemands.
YOKooIAM April 12-Advies from
F'oul, capital of 0a*,v, announos that
Reamia has prt,.nt-I tLo the Corean gov-
ornment renewed d.-nmand- r,-ferrmg t,
Mimampo.
Am Historic Building Burned.
Co.CORD), Mai s<. Aprnl 12.-The first
parish church, one of CAquord'. best
known historic lbaiildugs, wa destroyed
by fir early today. LI. s $'5.000.

Ourmi-.-ion i- tao cloti Ma-It an I
i. ,yS, from I adl tto ,at- Vt.ite',-.

bir Tih t is- I. ; tonl
W a-, anJ i-. a 'Y. ; I;':-.: ;' and
t >r':lili "i < ,,,o: ;-! 'i;' !. '! i 1- a l- )
a rl-lt, .'**i i h tief ,'t -', r oaf 4 ,oice

HI- u o I a al--'I IPii .a: art o tif l<''..
Ih.t t hl;.v. a, ," ,,i..- I ,ionas- thr,,.:..:.-
,,ut tTe a't. -. w ".! !. i a ,ty. t .
%a Il. '.a W I. La l ?j- I ; i- 1. a I
ia },:2 a >* I 1 ::.. f -:r I
ce-1i hr:., t -. t i! I t, !' i 1 i. a i'.-
Vii-l tt l- vI I- ." i u ,, i- ;
He l:a- tel- I I .* P of lrol- r u a"'': "- t ':tk --. (' ; a -
oa'n Cr ir- -.( .* 'C t. -
noI alto rfck'-:-. ,; ; a,-th ''i-n r' th
a yiufatt tt-p1 4' ,u- f;ater lamn l'a ck, -. -:" : N:t'.,os tal I;i--
euit Co'.- h-se Straw-. Cracker
Meal. etc : K-nuedy'- i-cult- an.d
Wafers: \Wurz,-n 'I,-cuit Mainufa(-
tory's Vanilli Wafers -iermnant::
Anger's tGerian Golden Se-l r Eg
Nudein; Arcadia P'ackirg CG '.
Evaporated Apple-s. Peaches and oth-
er fruits. A .inall lot of those fintie O-
ives in 10-cent hottle4 i.setill in stock.
The "Little rtiant" Colffoe Roa-t,-r
is still on deck. running day otnd
night at the rate of a mile a minute.
to all contat-ntly increasing orders
for fne Coffe. Thoe hose who have
not recently vi-ited Jacoby's- should
not fail to go and inspect hi- etior
moos stock of everything in the
shape of lartable- antl f-tod product-
displayed in profu,.ion In every de-
partment of the establishlnent.
Nobby intrii>g Suit! for young ment
at White'-.

llancg'es t'I l*ie (;rip.
The cre.,te-t dan,,er from La
Grippe is of it, resultlint in ;'neu-
nionia. If roeaas-onable care is used.
however, and ('hamCilbeilain's (C',11..'
iRemedy taken, -ill danger will ba
avoided. Amoiing the t,"i- of tlOhu'-
:ndswho havt- u-.d thi*i raina-dv for
li grippe. w- ii.1ve vet to learn of a
.*tngle case having resulted in pint-u-
muonia. which -;owtaWS corclu'ively
that thit, remedy i- a certain preven-
tive of that daivzero,-, disp:s-e. It
will cure Ia grippie in I*t-~ time than
any other treatment. It is pleasant
and safe to take. For -ale- by Hai.-
ush lros. an 1 all rnediiv'ie dealer:.
J. I. Step.en-ts isa' a lai re assort-
metut of Qlid Sterling Silver ind
Roger's Kntves. Forke Rad S;>,.ou

Get a r.rw H-it from our -p:inlidt
stock 'f 1 -w sty' -: i'ts''-S low at


HRIGO4.
Oer Elly. 473. Maass. cd for Cape Coast
Ca-tle


SCsioKA. I. Brittles surpass all other makes-
Am Els A BvSeies. 5v, BHonson, to master peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
Am Hjalmar. 6. Axelson. to tuaster
Am:Hattle H Uarbour. _M, Erkine, toJno nut.
A Merritt & o.
l;r Julia Eitiabeth. 0', sweating., to ma How can we afford to sell such
te r high erade Clothing at such close
or 'oion!ee,,4C. I-ost-r, to order prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
P. ULCLEAUiD AND SAILED FOR Pfl-. ple; ours is a modern store, con-
aIAtl.A. ,structed strictly on progressive
sTnammatIM. plans. Our Clothing is sold on the
Falls of Inversnaid. Br. 17T. Hull March I'' smallest margin of profit, depending
Noraipol. ir. .11i re.nrock March 2 on a large volume of business. The
Kothoirneld. lBr. lI;( Cox. Cardiff March 12
Ruth. Nor. t New Castle March 15 more Clothing we sell the greater
resoiiiam ir. t*w. Luke. 1t Vincent our purchasing power, the lower
Mnre h our prices; that's tthe story in a nut
Wildcroft, Br. 1.4l';,Cassap. Antwerp March shell. Whites.
An-#tlaSchianflina. it. sad Msrseill q .Ianu 20 .
AL:attle. Nor. 12,7. ild Antwerp le-c 11 MILLINEI Y NEWS.
Adlat. raPd. ., at Table Bay -F'ob 1 -
Alfre-do. It. l'. .'d Genoa Feb 17 Mrs. L Cohen is Offering ans Spe.ial
Srmionta. It. -Ili7. ,-1 Cadiz Mar'h .)'
H,,lvia. Nor. tal oldM Mros. March ti I eadet fIor This Week.
11.-r, ranal. Nair. 51t. ald Le-r March lIa
iiantit.tt,. It. t.sid CarthlaMena, .Ian n 4 Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage.
*'hn. fIai.u, Ku.. *Lt. at Itsrc-iona,. 'eti 5 o lyv 20 cent-.
-ritr It.sd Iu I, rac=orn arc :-'pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
i-'ri;/ Vi lucia. It. :7:-- i.! Vaa-ncia Marcht l. only 2> cents.
'ahfit It. M:,, -1d tu iei a.-pt 12, ashore In 31)- I'atser n Hat I}cpart llle llt
Na. -ne' rar a orPrr O t ly er. Hat Department
;iuis t I:. !t !il .ia Mare1'!los Marchl "21 You will find ,o-nie extra rood val-
Mr tie. \\ atre inlukiv riomlll in tilis
Sit..i. r : -.:,- 7 '.3 i in.*kItn .March' 7 lTepartniiant for tile arrival of our
, r... r, -. l ar:-tnlad Nov a Eater novetie..
S:..'It .. 'a .t:t,,':'.- b In My 'Trinmme.ld at INepartlaent
S Jin 's: r 1s'- 1. I a. a5--* ,Own
'',' You calln tlv a nice- triminvld Chic
..,..l i. P.-.,' at. -r! .-., H-it faor $1.25. 2 .l 5. o ;tld $1.7i-, in La .-
\!,. -..,.- a I"~- *.' -,1 r-i"iIr ia>;.-- a!orn-. M ixe -d raias, etc.
i :, ; ",a.: ,.:. -- : l.".O .0 a,
.', ,p .... j ..:- ..;,. .N\ ,:'. ..'. -1.1 I :'-a o:
1 .V.1 a", a I 7 .
*,,,.,. 1". -t -*' ,'t, r,'n M r,': a-.

L*. AA 1 = q \l, ,, L.. ..... n A


.t.a' c.t T--Vat.,It-Iit W


Easter Bargains

M.*I I-o-




11 f1 l


S. I RACKET STORE.


25 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vesta, ;; -inch Solid and White Duck.
briggan Undershirtsat25cents each; Lisle Thread, our price 25c each or o, r pr i-.......................... .aie
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. I Yard-\Vide sea I-ia;nd Cotton
30)Dozen Men's Fancy or C'olored, 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at.................... ....... Sc
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts. our price 5.. each : i Yard-Wide Fitclivill- l Ie-ach-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. ed. mad- by L'n-dtal- Co..


30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk wt.ile it lasts................
briggan or Fancy Undershirts. nice: Pleated Bosom Shirts,ourprice$1."; ;pi) Pi-cep L;ate't ('ally-o at......
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all sines. I -Ca- lt!hiltiu'- Ginham,
match. We carry the lar_-et line of Men s W\, rra,At.-d .................
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt, in the City rc. iv.- a full line of SI
Ralbriggan Undershirts at 50 cents; at the Lowest Pries. : t r. Wait a full lr rine of Sar
Drawers to match. I 3-inch Spinv Plrclf-. our tdrw iit Wai-t: ,,.r-,-, are
10t Dozen Ladios' Sloevele(1p Vet price ......................... west.
at old price. f for 25 cents. or 4-:c 3.*-inch Very Sheer White Law:. Para.-ol- a:Td I -1 .ii ii..- ;at .7p
dizoii: em broidered neck. our pri(c ..................... .. S'..c fI t) and i .
175 Doz-n Ladieo- Mi-s'-s' and '_7-inch Check Nainsook, our Lad!in- Irr;dl--,- it P ,."-,.I,
Children' Sleeveless ... t, with price ............................ late-t -lhade- t i a t and i.
Tare Neck. 31 for 26c or TSc doz-n. ;;U-inch Vli ite nnd t Iolare-d All the late-t ,t%. l- It, I. 1.d;-'
25 Dozen Ldies' Sloevrol--s Vest., Pique. our p; ic............... 10c 'hilh:r nr' with silk Tape Neck, 2 for 25c or 3I ii.h t% I% t-C',,rd#t-d Pibl|ti'..uiir al-o Trs rol!-4 N,-w S rr:i-: Mist.
1.35 doz..n. I ice.... . .......... .......... 1c t a .. 1- ai nd .r v:r .


7'..c
Ic
5c
kirts
the

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- in
and
lor-;


C.ALBIhI


IIO UsaEJ.e


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We Pride O'lr-lvf- on Having th- (i randt-t ain: M st
Exmiui-ite Slection in


S Spring aid Summer Dress Fais

Wash Silks and Organdies.

(iitatt-t (I~,'ai < r the Mt-.t C*-lkbratt.d ltM.::". .r .

S L-badies' Shirt Waists:;

Al-o a (;rcat \'arity < f


!.adis' Skirts andI Tailor-la'le Suits
J r-T RICEI-EIVED.


Millinery Department.
A As I'-ual \XV.e L-ai in 'vl-,o and Pric,-. our Mi1s.
Hughe-1 tho eliptad \ill iiter, well susrai.n hr
SItReputatiii r~-. n lp)-ti,-Date Arti-t. \V- are
*, Crowded. (ii-ve- o r Orders Early f,,r
YOUR EASTER HATS.


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

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

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


MATTINCS,


CARPETS,


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

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

Cohen, Friedman & Co's
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.


W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY,


IL I.N1'1-* k l iL- AN: a-P Y i L F. It -4 IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

ISA WED u'P Lt u i.L


;TER


Easter Sale!


Motto: Absolute Purity.


Working Night ard Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Every pill is
a -urar-coated globule of health. that
changes weakness into strength, list-
le-sness into energy. brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful
in building up the health. Only 25c
per box. Sold by W. A. D'Alem
berte.
Nobby Boyv- Knee Pant'. with
Double Breasted Ve'ts. at White's.
For Fly Time.
Me-sr-. J. E. Ross & Co.. No. 11 N.
P ilafox street. have perfected ar-
rangenient- for the manufacture of
rt e best window screen ever placed
upon thti- market. They claim for
it the following desirable features:
It can be rtamoved and 'tored
away at t 'v end of the fly season
without the u-e of tool-; the blind
a:td sa-sh of tlhe window can beeasily
handledd from the inside without in-
t- rferetnce or trouble from the screen ;
it is simple in construction. and the
price i-- o low as to be within tihe
r.-ach of a!l. (';ill and examine it.
tid leave your ,order for any number
from one to ti -" Lu:ndred.

ROS)S & CO.'P
WINDOW SCREENS.

Our prices are ta-olutely the low-
eat: tlh eso wbho think the contrary
h.ive jitiier not taiily tried us. or
thl:e hl:ve mea-nstred our prices by
:t:ose charzg*-d for Clothing of doubt-
ful

C) ~ FIO B


Remember the Place,


**


SALE!


Easter Sale


.


.lfar~stoarti.
/3ea4'h/tarters


Pit' /


mockv. e/ithr p efi,,
('all'tfd.%ee IIeirst/',

-*~ N X IT~la:Rth-s
nor cousign-. ?- *
~ sible ffor data:-
the crew Of seaid vesug..


lIg, Pnsacoia I.unhr a..


~ rrP- r.i n I .K l n ti a,;
l nor' c'>fi>1sgn--- "
uA;ri f T mni' -.
-g 105 S. Palafox Street, .r-,r'.,....
To w rAA.. t-r.
"T,,or'iM-.


,of I'atjibc i'af#-tw na A'
fayr to raishang sunamrsaa-r a:
II. f:a-' par trile-Sat. it a a. : ,
Y.agbt to ra-ject any ar a,i !ala.
it 1 P .e. '
Y. UA( IMFYIiv.


I,
~aJa.
4~paj
'ak
;ar~,j
6 aaij
-'a-
al-sr
- ''iIri
Iai151
flab


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Mr. BMll lIorv a -ti iki;g .. -.
G(;.n.r-l Wa.'hinlton, anl r -
phbotogrphi have Ie-* n imiis-ak.
produe ionis of portrait of Usa- tir-t
ident.
Mr. Ball was born in I,-ndrw '
Va., but early in life w.-nt w-rt :,- a
ner and was at ino tin a ""
Indian fighter in the army. If.. r ,
WaAhington about 9) y-ar- a ,a :
graged in trade, during rhI. 1o ," ,'-
his life-. -,ondlucting by t,- i :
siou a tobacco .tawd n tvh- I.. n ...


Nobby effects in new -i;rim,:
vests at White's.
That feeling of comr) et,# t
tion goes with our clothn.
merit is a'.en at a lrorn-i-: *
iq an object l4-aIm I:
White's.


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

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


YOUR FOR BARGAIN FROM NO- ON,


L.3.BU WE '


___ __~__ ___. ___~~_


SPS014LPOTICES.


Oft 04T7 4 WOqo.


TR4YKIla fr'm my ra T
aicso. ft gr~v inuttU l t4 I
baitor: St. rawar,1 tas r -t irri a
stuker. N.~Cev a iioiq t!--


nro-tvApp yt.,% x 1-
Husi~isni., P~fz.r
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!IO ISIIitc Aha~e-tr, *.~
bc r. 2.5 A llt h n o on -


V hisky bott!eA. s.A. VIXk
noftilf
~AAN0TXD...Oldbeer botuis ati& a ,
WY eerBros. V


and deaIor in Hair tiOx-ds. II.6t.



1814 KLII4F CHIPLI-A Primarv A-
31A and Kiaderigartcn uto now u1:
Its fifth terms In lbe reidones at :.-,
no.r of Falafox and Jacksnn qtr-. -,4
Lrane. on Jaokson. Termts 2.01 pr rr n.*

'IALE ANDI FEM5AIP N(EH- a.%.
pasres !or co~ilog.oor buminw'.4 J. H :ow
doll. principal. Sight torin .-p.r.


( ur 1 Sr~oW Fll*. anti FI .aral I
C Special dt-.:Xn. ordereda-l ar o.-.:
pbone 3,i.V

ijoiE.H5 r~.isitI'Ua 3A14.11-.

Fpromptly Inful bunuet-i 'arostweimtI!l


THE ALABAMA CAMPAIGN.
'!t rt:;Z ;le 44if M-au ;&1U)u41 .Iu1hihI-1-a iI 'r
setia t..rtail Ngmsa 11
Mo~o;.~ii:~.Alit.. A prilI 1 A
toulterr .wnight he 11P- I t-

a f lli I i t he 1,.1u .' 1..

at*, tp uo -'J''* AIS, Utt-Ir 'i *r'lr
'Ihore as arv -nv tVa'..141A




th'V

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DEThe FEEN~


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t'il; i,,x -tr"nt 1'l,,o iit ;' .





Wi KLHOP 6l.,
-Inmpoirters and Iialhers iiu -

Chinese and Japanesc

:--Fancy Goods,-:;,,
FINE CrINA TEAS.
No :!' i,'uth I':l:if x trre't,.


[ti ma molt'. ~ a:!


IH


I''$-I


Ui,
PlceFr Pnsacto\ ra


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-lI AT-

The Well-Known,


CASTOR I A Up-to-Date Store
Fr Infuits and Children. -
Rhe KiWd Yen Havi Always Bhot IIE TZ I -
Bears tne E & G
signature of


See the nobby effects iu Men's '-
i, ,- .. la'i.,


n-120-122-q
E. Government Street.


RIX St. ROM.",:- %


MORRIS J:EAl.


Banking Business Transarted.


''i' fB3(1z1't and Sold. Cc.,


1 0 ri: N T 8SOL~ICITF,.





The'tar LaufidrY,


THE !IiiR LANR Y FJET FLiDI! .


Our Address
i- alwayss -askel1 for wli-:
le-s beauty of t.he I.ir;. I
h i-re i- (lipllavf.ld ,

SN I) 4'1" ). i- ;
a' 1-i VIa:\t)1 i I I -
It i- 4 .r !> -t ri'<"i;i ,f "
:are alW .iy ;: eli.l,.. ; :!
Ia' v;': i. ti o \* .
t:


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T-'.;rABLIF-RED 1863.


MCKENZIE QJERTING & CO,.
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Sbip Chandlery and Geneya1 Hardware.
603 AND 605 FL J .PALAFOX STREE.T.


R~rvrEPF. COPPFFR COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S SO.%-!'
GALVANIZED WJI-F, ROPE, A. RU88EL SON'S PUMP1-
;vict, lertigs. Ftim. Cils, Ezutictil Intruseets, kft.lalLIers,Chl
fY)MPA'E~. Gm. ICTO.
C 'McKenzj crie ,ru.(ihcin,' A,-ent for BKtr Plt'B-.v'
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TRYTI: 1:Z V&'WAIT CDL1UMI!


N o better Cigar for "a i 'L F""k .aI"
the money Rmade-DUR- A :ir,, (and Carfull
the money mae UK Tiling ,,f A^l Kinil. iBath Tubs
HAM--atD'Alemberte's Hot Water aiid (as Fixtures.

Evervthiirg in spring underwear at No. 19 S. Palafox St.
White'-.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13 1900
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nE Is-aES CONTAGIOUS BLOOD


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POISON


Contagious Blood Poison is the most de.irading and l destru-tive of all diseases, as it vitiates and corrupts the entire system.
______ LThe first sore *ar ukl(-r is followed liv itile red pimples on the bodv. mouth and throat become sore, the
glands enlarge arnd i:.lie., copper c(.1':..1 notches appear, and hair and eyebrows fall out. These are
some of the mildler- :;1itoui.: the\ increat--e in severity, finally attacking the vital organs: the bodv is
torturt-1 with r:i-" 'nic pai::.s and l *-.\er -I \ hi offensive eating sores.
It is a peculi. r .' ,:sn,' and -o In-. liy rcotagious that an innocent lerson handling the same articles
\used | v one iilnfcted w:th tinh, loath-,mnie disease, may lie inoculated with the virus. It can e transmitted
I f ront pa.r to child, .ap-aring as the s :ame disease or in a modified form like Eczema aor Scrofula.
nMany all old ssre or stulbborn skin trouble alI-wring in middle life, is due and traceable to bloodt
poisn conltracttd in early life. You inmay have taken potash and mercury faithfullv for two or three ears
and thought you were curedr 1;Vut you were not, for these poisonous minerals never cure this disease thev
drive it fiom the o:t.ide. built it i-, doing its work on the inside, and v ill show up again sooner or later.
r, T.W lvLeeM-n" You tnay not recognize it a! the samTne old taint, but it is. S. S. S has cured thousands of cases of
.ral v-ar- at, I Contagious Blood l',i.oiin, and it will cure you. It is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known,
.:i.-111,C..l %,%'h and the only antidote for this poison. S. S. S cleanse!, the blodxxl thoroughly of every particle of the
.n1 lay a ,t.'a%.-d ,oison -there is never any return (.f the ,dis-tase.


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Which gives i history of the disease in all
~C~l~ Ki~ adcu ieiY il .i tages, inrd is the result of many years of
close stu',\ ,'f blult i>i-on and actual experience in treat-
it:g it. You ca.n C'iire 'u1 urself perfectl~ p.ti [fi :.;:nttv
Shi ::i,' anrl v,,n;: s-.cret i'. \our o : ShouIll v,:: ti.-ie
any In::<,n :aitit n ,: medical .tlvicti .rnv time, ri' to
*),:r ]li. in-:c i '; Thl ) liavc n : L. se %lin iv ,4f l, ,iiIl
thi.eas n, i- l ,--f yo%- iv';<" ,,rr* il .i:lii .';rt':u|l
.;tf: :. i C i, ;:it tht r m a ft'c i .i- \ rN p l,] a s t ; \ ,. n :.ik e 4
nla *..iri"e \vx .l.iTv-r "f,,r .,j-, .- r- :. ,- t '; ; ,ii--;>a,. :: -. e V
,C- Addre-.. SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. C0.


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Sauce


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Worcestershire


BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
* Is adapted for every variety of dish-from Turtle to Beef, from Salmon
to Steaks, to all of which it gives a famous relish."
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I,.,,,r il.- It.eird., iBromken. JUIHN UDUNUAN S SONS, Agents, N. Y.
.\ \ -.1' .-ri.rais I-- liaitoa r ai.U s
: ".,, '. 1;3 l;'1U' d, l llI l ill the
i,,* ; ,, ,;. 1 -';.t. l'-i ,'I lor moaor 'ih.ift ie i a *li,. i.- -i.i. .. ,\ i-lhp. Th-e .\10 I ri,:!.. l, ; im up There will be a regular meeting (1
.i- :;.;: l.;I.~ 9.n.i.r- r ,, "2'. mil,. oin u-':" u.sk', l It11 l-';li;il:,ilo li,..r. the Pensaccla M medical Society ai
Tinrt' \ a01 Ii' i alili n ..i of "'.No,." Ii-T .ri iii- the e i. i e the Board of H health offlen at
l;il 1, 1t: a, ln T' s l -. iil.l. !il a jul t 1' 'wll 2a l solli st "s ll i... it- o'clock p m .Tuesday, April 24.
l'; lon..p,,,\. ,. l ,',,r, o ,o t ,of ti,_ oth- 1 el l:Iias -I 1. i ,:'t tljk I V t .y Visiting physicians tre cordial'
I 1,. i if i l,',t I,, ,t ) Tt 1 at invited to attend.
1 wof -:li i,,..w r. Fl. Lr <.1 I D. W cth," ar '.,u ."- D.W MCMILLAN. M. D.,
II,, ,, i ,,' ",, 1, l. s ri ,l tra l''! -h IlT Il '! U to Il President
1 ,.,, ,,o -11 gtour:x l. E F I K CE, M D ., ret
1 h, p.,'.' \\ .s tg'rili, l hro ioul 8 -cretary. 2F5mt
A. o 1 st:i'-s of tIi Ih ra;, iI oU 'l,\ 1 A Sirup Pipe line.
g ,round I,. Kn.fl c',Mera.I :i;- miles There Is a s:g:iar l>,.t f:ctor-vy at The Ne-w Colunmbia $1 shirt is a
inll ::; liniuti .-< li KuLIVf won I l.thi. ltah. At SpIringv:i.le 25 miles erackerjaek; this. eas(n's n w spring g
hi 4*,in. f,7- In,-t limi.., ext'-ludiain ittop a l ivi. th I re is no Ir-inery. lni t tihe>ne is st les at W white's.
lio:-,,. l.ai tina nill ri-.ords l iiwith a aver- a "',.rshler." wl-re. Ill.. siuw r Ibeets nre Ti and most y' -
:z, oif l,,:arlvy It iil,.s all lour s. liev4] i ] ol" l su -ar extri. -e.I. The 1T h 1en i o t s l-
MI:aC-,ellin. Ith.- ,lat.viclist. al-so broke er -1ml nil tthe ih:purities in a \vry Isht line of rut's and mnat-
:111 r.-,r-ls ia iis ll:i s, going tfh, dis- h!i s,'l-up ar'e pIipedl 2in mils to Lehi. tings ever e.vthibited in Pen -
t:a.,-. i .-i,h. 47w,1. 14s.. an a.ral e of h ,r th- sugar is retained and ex- ,S COla. at afarston
Anl'..irt .aui ana i. ar. i1 o-A. Finch's bi furniture house.
!P., ,hn ., ili.tl h laF la. -.c .- i '-. DURHAM Cigars are- ---.-
t, i:t ,i. l,, wtl, s:Iun.. I:o.,itan Nl.,w, the finest 5 cent smoke. Do you believe all you read in the
Yrk ord of I tu Try them at D'Alem- paper'-? Exagsreration- in advertis-
ilk rr of 17 ry tiem at Ale ing may attract passing attention;
.berte'. but we are not seeking passingg at-
"erord on. IrIn ff-r Iirt. itention. We're looking for permna-
1:.'il, -. l!..:it ,i oif 1nlin-.:ltl,"I:.-l ,9 EM I'iL ) tM NT ()FF 'l( n a-lit tlustotners. W hite'-.
a.* .. ', tin 3S2 or call at the Cifie ,
1 a I 11 Noirrh "alafox -tr-,t. when in IHE HLNE AA MYF MUSIC
r ,.- "' : ,,:'- ,',, f o a- .* d ,oft1 ,.rpnt Ar. H a HEap. INE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
SI .. p.!: !-. I.f- r] tin--i t A'. !-i lt of th. p (';>ar>nter'- No. M North Palafox Street.
.. M : ; I.,,- I ; oii r,.-r.-' i'niin. will turni-h you MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
1 -. **- ', '. .- 0:,- it,- wi' the die-ir-d help on hior't nio- MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
f2tf L V ice a ulture. Violin anrid Piano, L eipvig
a ysteni; also (;ulttr. lBanjoand Mandolin.
IK:f..1,... (arnnt IN. t ureal /ron bedsteads are cool, ... .
: al on (fo, portable and durable- OPE IIOUSE
I. .': th1 adi-aa-.-d aoirtivi of ',- f just what i/oil need ,for E U.
..-ir. f'1 re i-r a lly o e wal' ay aai t I'lla- ....t f a
! :afnl-;. and th.it i- bty c%-oniti-,tsutmmer tuse. Call af fMaNrs-
ti-nial r mdi,-. D .af,-. i-s au-i, 'd ton 4- Finch's and select ONE SOLID WiJ K!
li an illil:tiilld 'cond(litioni of thin- itlm- -- ..
,.*us lininii ofthe' Eistachlian T'ubti. one.PHIL AND NETTIE
WVheliu tili-tub- i-inflamed yolu have
a rmiblinir -inound or iinper<-ct hl-ar- -~ ~~~ ~~
,ifand, ,, ,i ,,-.., tie,, KIDNEY DISEASES Peters Comed Compa
tha iflailln ati, li n i ant he take out
and this tube re-toro(d to its iorital I
condition. hi.arintg will li destroyed arie the mSt fatal of all dat rt
forever: nii. cases outof ton .., II New, Up-Ic-Date Rprtl0ire.
cautied by catarrh, which i- notl.inig aCS
buit an inflainied condition of the,
inem ,ous surfaces. m EVIS KIDNEY CURE Is ,HANg.B OF PLAY NI.,,HTLY.
Wew.-ill give ono Hundred Dollars f
for anvca,<'o ,f OlIafDne.s C.caUR.E d bv F L -a PLrA-
anarr ca t-at Ieatnts n (;r.j tat__aPrices-10', 20 and 30c.
eatarrl; tlat canniIot he cirgas j0
Hall'- Catarrh Cure. FenJ for cir- or money refunded. Contains
F. J. CHENE-Y&(Co., Tohldo. O. medics re by emi- *
hby Drugistts. .. raent physicians as the best for10
Hall's Fmiily Pills are the be-t. IenA.thy .iI ndigest ioni....AL-


,TI Met KiNd Yu OktN Aluas Buqt


FACIAL, MASSA(.K.
Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
klee- can be prevented. Cheek-. can
he plumpened out. All this, and
niare can tie donii by massive.
ladies. call onl .Mi-s Keeler ati
Rower-' & Kr-n, e' Millitpry. on
Tue-day : after that date at 112 West
*;regory. 2.iIl w
Ours i- an ever hu y store, becatsv-
I attrIActioli-. on-ol-tault. varii us. ; dill
,I,,peidaiblde. that appeal to toa,-e wboa
Sciieve that "-'monel should I iiy
won i-y's worth. White's.
IIr if'S iL l'l H.V'ANCK.
Irm,,. Woven win- avid 0..name!" t;l
Freencifx for A'l l'urpoe-.


&%wamy aL n 7 -atiWilr


W. A. I)


Itfl:Irer i ill thv w,!IdItofiievvi-yr! mi:L
III thl. WAy'aV Of laila and ilnlaa1uhlt~al i'llF BFST lIFER si)I N
211'I ai~d wira- e-i-iu, sttt. v.1-' -. F A IL
h~tIczalla~t -miij'I AV :41tailat In :4 I t Da
tiv ,iren- r"; t-le-. erected IIi I utio- a mle heisser Bros.,
,11141 'W-,rl%1atavsxilke ina~tutear atid at
ota z! sI a I .ii p ie a ial i at IO zill 1 a1 i 'S S I l v Ma AGNT S l y t
aphll ti Wiret- .a!'lai fm-i~e- t.- 0 1 Iill AsoS b M ,;,Pr aA f1ps
1114 )t X aj~I )=~'I~le 11t- 11 Ce III-tm0. 1'V
fetaI, art- t i for t.w-- tra.- The Jug Trade
~lI~ : iid.t g~'r~:~Is Our Specialty.-*'~

wire Isoll t ry art.! femIIa I-,l. 5plieCO
ti l hupm- 111 lit.tat-illli'- t aI Praampt Dch-li-iry a-d S ati-factii'r
li--t% If--I bu-I.Ht i' i .-G(u~arutiteed.
11lu t. 11.1%7 ll- ;t .,1,:'jq11and Ii nn heisser Bros.,


i atIestwn, Dyspepsia andt
Sallforms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only 5) cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twven-
ty days.
For sale by all druggists;-


also II' T. Green ,- Co.
S. Palafox Street.


OR ADDRESS.

IW. I. WILKINSON,


Greenville. Ala.
Tesimonial From Judge Gat-ton.
GREKNVII.I.E, Ala.. Aug. 1 P. .1'0.
I take great pleasure in certifying to th"
purity and the meriit of Wilkinaaon's Match-
Iless itineral Water. This natural mineral
tori. i. to my personal knowledge. is t ken
from a well three miles -ast of (-raenville.
1n the exact condition in which-i it i% sold. I
halive- ven this water u-ed. with wonderful
.ucece-. for dyspepist. indigestion. ore
.y-e and for eruptive diseases, sores and


IOWLES 31OS., HEmlER BIOSN CO..


GENERAL INSURANCE ,ILL-E OU,
--ASD--


Real Estate Agents,
PFNRACOLA. FMLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
IfURANVF COMPANIES. .. .

Goceeal A^BIS of tlg Euitablt
L;e Asmrance So icty of the
M Ni!'I States.
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StoP r d a remedy'' equal INNh


7to the MF atchless Mineral! ewt -e n Cl -u
^ V Water for the cure of In- *-Everything New and Clean.--
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The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular MealS Herved Daily,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

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


DUNN'S


HOTEL


37 ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


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Three Reuplar

Meals Each Day
25c Each.


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Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.

*-- GOLAY=<4

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
X. F. GONZAbEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturer%
CHOlCE M.AL ANAI) P Ik' I. GRO'WND
STOCK F KIEl.
P.atronize Home Iridustrv. for her@ is
tv.orv i.%,4,)n you should buyyour Meal and
'tlo.k Frt-d from the Ho:n- Maenufacturer.
i for oey 'o doinr you eneourace home Indw-
try. YTour money is left iii tht communally
and you; in turn atre indirectly t.nAftieo.


v~'FI.KL~- tInfia-t ranx the-home antifnetirer you
Cai1t rilit tto t lieseu~eof labor. You oweo
F" .ZTFA V IDIVISIO)N It to flip amrnunity in which yam, live and
PUNSj.f I-1,ICTItUC'rI:RMUNA11whieb vonitributem to your support.
Tralms, ..iv-nl'eacolx for the Llt*!?OFSIOA CRS
B8tyt-iu., iat ia:.t.Warrlntgion, !'asVy -'--------------------
it. In. atr:%i-* ijt i-(j rt larranwas 7 DraLf.IlareeIlu5 (fe(~reary.
I'! I A'. '-I. ar-lv-;V sR'I-O r L i-b.rr.in..-as It .. 10M .111
I~ i r~va toI art kiarraneasih :i-) nIU
3;; : ii. n rl 911 ltl-,IIt Ita r ranflC ,. ; 1) Ini'n' I
fijP1. il. Fa-riv.- i-.t 1- o-t l'arritcas 7; W1vill I ysictila End Ful, ~On.
'-,h p m a -it FoH tt Hiiraotycas S:,5i p TV
Tr-t i* it %%-,- Yirt !i'lrrisceapi for Prera5s- I*-iin., liI tt I Fst xirai tim
7. .in. arr~via At l'e: a n taFL o:I5a m. fit, 1 a AI l-gint'irrte HUiii 'At ,i -)C
It)1 3 Tit. p. ni. a-.!v..-:Lt !Itnsacaz3.....11:4.1 p.m n).afi t rei t. iV at.- 7
1. tp r: v tt at Ieasa,-olls. :-,4'.p. in
p it p Ki ii. ll'-i.at 1i'av:.-aria.t 5. tDR.WM). hp illfU
p:. 21. Tt.arrive %'t k'-uKa&cola *..... 1#i;P. ,nR' e0.D~wusx.
In -:T,-c: VPee. 1-t., FFIOE-Han~ah Bros.' Drug Store..
mONDAY sCI~wDrnZ.


'.eavo l'en aclat. Lv Fort Harranoas.
l a.. 12 m.
lp.m :'p.m.
P. m n p.m.
8p.m p.m.
4p.m bpm.
S p.m 8 p.m.
6 p.m. fp.m.
FR WROIK WEKgK DAYH.
Pensacola to Fort t;arrancas and return 45c
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ..... ASc
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beach and return 16c
VAUS FOR 8U.vDAY
ensaco'o 1o art narranca NKavy
ard and return............. ......
Ponwoola to Palmetto Beach and
ratn u ." ....e..... ... ._...... lce
No frolaht reco-ived after 9:15 o. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF Y'HI& AS.
Pensacola Ix)dge, No. 3, K. of P.
meet every Monday even-
ing att 4 at C('-tia Hall.
in Hutchinson hall. West
Intitndoncia street.
t'islting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. J 1>KVINBX.
e H. HORML.IE. C. C
K. R.& iH.
w. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Frirday night .-r
Hecch month. Vitlting sovretlgn cordi-
allv Invited. W. W. 'NATHON,
1. K. IHAMvS. C('lrk. C. C.


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RP-SIDENOE-400 E. Jsckson Stres

Win. H. Marean, M. D.,

Homieopathic Piysician ant Sarlni,
Late of Ocala, Fla..
Offers his professional services -) the eiti-
ztal of Pe.llsacola.
Fspetial attention given o ta- treatment
of C chronic Dinwssae and I -..a.ses of
Women and clilirttin.
Thirty Y-ar% Practice in tib- south.
4) flite Ifours:-9 a. ni. to 12 I i.. 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence Phone No. 2W0.
Wrent-TRiunt inlldine-ltonom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL BURGEON,
Massoic Tupl. Pklu U


GRIND [ASI[R BAIL!
To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
*Kid Fellows Hall. Warrington,
Monday, April 23, 1900.

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


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o-PROPRIETOt OF-o

CRONIeS SALOON
o--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A s5yrj ATtTy.
Co inr RBlmon$ and Devillhers Sts. PENRACOLA, FLA

S Cold Weather
S Coming. .Mnd Inw
orders and lotus fill your bin before s
cold snap arrives. We will send yous
chest coal you can procure for either bItsry
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.

DOMpsor), Olsery 9 to.,


Telephone No. 147.


Dealers In

Coal and Wood,
< flice and Yard: H. E. Corner Zarrag~os
and Railroad Streets.


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OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Fromn $1.ou to $1.7,o per Day. 'LODGING:
.51 and 519 8. South Palafox Street. Pe,,acula. Florida. 25 and 50C


He. H. e ICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.


THE DAILY NJwti:
Mflr" at the Post Office at Fenncola.
Ft.Se ameoDd-class matter.
(WritCR: Pitt KBuldin.-'ll,2 Bonib Pals-
m troet, up-atairs.
PUBIldH .D BY
THE EWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-Invlriably in Advance.
Ceo Year by Mail .l
Three Months 1
0-* Week. by Carrirr. pay.ttlle Monday ,
THE WKIK I.Y NEWS:
Publshed every Friday at $1."14 1per year
Postage free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
AMewrtsing Raets Furnished on Application.




ThPeris oa sle with the
IA ElTlING CO.,
11110 11102l6 t. Past. Mian.. wln-
masbena. eadertlsets and otber- maAT
ami ft as4 when estemates will be given
poamT Ir eQINNKRA. A OVUTiMnSu

HI]AOOLA. APRIL 13. 1900

DEMOCRATIC NOM INEFS.
For Representativoe to I egilature:
r. MORENO .1ONE ,.
J. EMMET WOLFE.
For Plteriff:
K, *'.GI E. SMITH.
For Circuit Clerk:
ANit'i- M. Mc' MILLAN.
For Tax Collector:
%.H. D'AL.tMIIRTE.


Fo-'r Tax A.evwo.r:
W. W. HICHARU-.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN W. -RATER.
l-'or County .ludge:
THoMAI R. Mtccl I.LAtili.
Vor School Superintendent:
N. B C('OK.
For ( 'lerk Criminal Court:
M.I'. B NIF'AI.
For Justice of the Peace 2d district :
JAME R. LANDRI'UM
F'or oncttable 2d Di@i*e.tir:
CHARLIK' P B3iHB.
Fo+r county y Surveyor:
S. "'. BECK.
For Memlwroe School Board:
A. V.CI t'll S,
A BI D 'UNT. Jr...
E. WARDl.

A STAFF correspondent of the At-
lanta Journal at Washington reports
that from official statements just
made public the per capital circula-
tion of money in the United States
is now $26-.12. the gross amount be-
ing $2.021.254.3ti, an increas-e since
ItS of $492.646.043, or 32 per cent.
IxiC of a Paris exposition -ecaudal, in-
volving the reckless expenditures of
the United States commissioner. An
account just submitted to congress
aggregate-s 240.):..L51 faor tlh fti-cal
year, and includes -uclh items as of-
file furniture, .s.',: traveling ex-
pen.es, $:36;.,4% ; "'tni-clltneo -s."
not itemized. ?lAiate. A isollui'"ii
demanding azi inv-tigtiati lles
been introduced.
MR. RKVAN i- credited witli hav-
ing made. in a r-ecent speech at Salt
Lake City. the s iniflciint adnis-i >In
"*that the monL'y voilum0- iu thet
United Sat'- hias incr.a.--d ein-
1%,i0 fa-ter t.at: t i could po-sib;-
bave been increased under free -il-
vercoinnla'. with tht- miints ruttini:
riight and day." Mr. Bryavii- nott
only wile but htioiest-muchti more
*-o than soi- of his supter-loyal ad-
vocate-, whot' till ili-i-t that d4-1i,1o
cratic vot-r- mu-t -ubmtiIt tow ;!ht frt. ,
lowed to 'retuiin to) the party f,,cd."


Itlileritallc lax-t..
"The adoitl, tltia of taxes till ill! i;-
tauces it. maniy .- ate-a of ttI I a io;e .
pavy a- di- :i.- il-i,,t'd wl 1 it'i. "i- i:i-
questiontiallyv d":... ta ttile ,r,,wi:.. : -
.o iritail of t ,e : i tt :i'. .' littv. I
thle the r.',ia'al i II-ia t of t1ii propor-
tional 'gti ,e.'atl pro -rtvi t ix It i y v t.i
the tax la w- a- t! y I- :it i; i. On-
proved a' i.' t tv t 'r c l.i.>l. h 'iie the

r l yat flaid, l t. ,-.s-. ,or .i i] ,.V ein
O< 'ficial i lv,'-t lla t Illi ; ('*r lil. l iii n -
h;ave w r ;, i t, ,<'i -ir.' i, tl i- evil ini
lanigluai e that .-,illid, vio,;,:,t ,iall
ixtremi -. M ora ;inli i ;i.! in t aind
appeal- t., con.eiicj- [K-F- l::.v+r ni,,t
proved v ry mticacioun-. lt'nc'1 tlhe
resort on thle part of so many otf ourr
-tatca to iIil,.rctantce tax laws as :a
means of redre-sing tl;h wrongs r, -
9-ulting from tke utter t il1mt to give
e-ffect to law- tax\':~ e' trs-onaty."
Great Britain thas long had an iIi-
.ierltance tax law. and the recent
statute of tie UCtited St:at s. and
those of New York and other states-
imposing such taxes, have operat,-d
with gratifying success When
Cornelius Vanderbilt died recently.
the ['.. tax upon his estate amount-
ed to something like one million dol-
lars, while th New York tax was
about one-third as large. the lega-
cies tosons and daughters paying a
federal tix of 214 per cent. and a
state tax of I per cent, whil-k thoie
tocollateral distributees paid a 4;.
per cent federal and a b per cent
6tate tax.
The estate of tho late Geort<.


I 1
For Mem. Legi-lature- -
C. M. Jones........;
J. Enmmnet Wolfe...
H. C. Clopton......
P. M. Pritchett.... i
Cha l,-s~ Williamz*.. .....
For Sh1eritff:
Geo..JE. mith...... 2
J. C.Van Pe'lt......! 13


W. H. Hutchinson
Charles Hilbun ....
For Cl'k Circ't Court:
A. M. McMillanu....
John de it Rua ....
R. E. L. Daniell...
For Tax Collector:
A. H. D'Alemberte.
F. B. Bonifay ......
For Tax Assessor:
W. W. Richards ...
George Reese ....
For Treasurer:
John W. Frater ....
W. E. Anderson ...
For county y Judge ...
Those. R. McCullagh
For Supt. Pub. Ins.:
N. B. Cook.........
James M. Tate.....
C. J. Bell...........
For Clk C('rim. Court:
M. P. Bonifav......
For County Surveyor:
WN. C. Beck.


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ForJu-tice of the Peace. Second District: James R. Landrum. 632; Boykin Jones. 352.
For ('Cn-table. Second District: C. P. Bobe. 5413; H. H. Kelly. 30,
F.r Justice of Peace. Fifth District: Geo. W. Harrison, 6.5.
For Member School Board: A. V. Clubb-, l14; A.C. Blount. Jr.. 912; E. Ward, ;637.

land was estimated at one hundred Tuesday Night's Attraction.
million-. The British government. Murray and Mack will be the at-
on that portion of hi- estate un- traction at the opera house Tuesday
der its juri diction, received in night when they will present their
er it .u .;dicton. tcefelnow famous success, the hurrah
inheritance taxes $4,TuJ.,o. the Canvass of the Returns From comedy "Finigan's Ball." Thisplay
state of New York received nearly h as made us several visits and Mur-
two million-s, and the United States the Primary Election. ray and Macet are always welcome
re than dublethat visitors. They have gained for
more than double that sumn. themselves an enviable reputation
The conclusion from thte illu-t for always presenting an entertain-
trations is that an inheritance tax. Only Names Printed on the Ofhital ment full of fun and enjoyable fea-
especially as it affects personalty. i- Ballot Counted-A Recount of the tures.
one that cannot be dodged. Whatevt r vote of Precinct Three-List of This season they bring to us tihe
best show, it is claimed, ever under
may have been the success attend- Delegairs to the County Conven- their direction, including company
ing the efforts of the owner of large union. of twenty-five pa-ople and a complete
amounts of personal property during scenic equipment. In the company
hi lifetime to evade the collection The Escambia county democratic will be found such popular artists as
his lifetime to evade the collection executive committee met at the of- Kittie Beck, Charles Berry, Mayme
of just and equitable taxes thereon, flee of County Judge T. R. McCul- Taylor. the Grierson sisters, the
when death overtakes him his accu- Primrose Quintette, and a score of
nulations must yield up to the au- lagh at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon other names always identified with
o. b and proceeded to canvass the returns first class attractions.
thorities he has defied the just trib- from the primary election of April 1.
ute he owed to the government that In precinct 1 it was shown that the Black Patti's Troubadours
has po in te name of Archie Benton, not handed In addition to Black Patti. the
of his wealth. His fellow citizens :
o h ea i ll in as a candidate at the time speci- company of which she is the star at-
who have paid their ee smaller dues fled, and not printed on the official traction has a number of other ar-
while he went free. are avenged for tists who are gifted with remarkable
the injury he ha:s done the-i. and ballot, had been voted for as dele- singing voices. When these accom-
Sgate to the county convention. On plished artists unite with the Black
hi de.cendaits or. l Ieatee coe motion it was ordered that io name Patti's Troubadours chorus in the
his ri- fr a fair and jt ettle- be county unless sai name had rendition of operatic ensemble num-
me:,t of the loln.-stan'iingf figactounht. l bers which is the grand feature of
Fl rid law ker fid been filed with the committee and their performance, the inu-ical tone
Sra law ker printed on the official ballot. The etf-vt is said to be almost indescrib-
the situation valuable iii-truet:i )n in v)tes for Mr. Benton were therefore able. Audiences are invariably
the -ci hice- rf po litical ectfi.n;i i. not counted. arousetd to tile highest pitch of en-
At precinct :; Mr. If. T. Pursell re- thui-ias-m over the enenimble and solo
If roubled wit h rlei.tinatism. g(ive ported that more votes had been ca;.t ingiting of the company, and ellcore-
Ch'liambe-ilain'- Plaiin r:ilui a trial. It than were -hown by the returni; :are more fricluent than ">t ;a S in:i
will nlt e -C- tVlio .1a ci'lt if it d ies no, thiat -,uie Oallots improperly marked l)iand concert. They will a pp-:i" at
gZood. Oni application will r.-lipeve fur some candidate- had been thrown the opera hoaa-e Monday niiiiit.
the pain. It a:t-o curi-; -preairn and out entirely. It was therelore de- -
brui-e-s in onei-thirdt t:,, time re- cided to go behind the return- and ; WHEN 'It lIVEIN(;
tquired by itay other treatment. recount the vote, which wa- don(lIl. p re bent ,r hui-
C'tit-. burn-. fa t:bite. quin-ey, The canva+- by precii:cts th.n e- Whether on pleasure bent or busi
pa in. in thei -ide and che-t. gl.tidu gan. the result of which., a to 'andi- n,.-,I take ,on every trip a Itttle of
lar utnd other cw, llitig- are q icklv dates for county offices., is .hiown in 'Syrup 'of Fiis. as it acts m e-t pleas-
vcured by applviin it. Fve 'v tery ttlte tabulated f111inr elsewhere in this llntly and etffctuhlly o thl'- kid li-ys.
wa.rrantid. Price. 27, aind c (t-. iuie. liver. and bowels, preventing fever-.
F.,r -1A l)y Hanniah l;rh. and aul Thie del-zetes to the county ,on- I headaches and other forms uf sick-
t, dicin, dealer-. venltion, wnich meets at Pow ltioin s.ll l'"or sale in 5 c cenlit bottles by
to-mnorrow, are as follows: ;ll leading druggists. Manufactured
1POLICE ('l T-. i'ric'nct i-/. YRo.ert'. by the California Fig Syrup Co.
--I r ,n,'t !-'- I;. fk rlhieii. r..I. i'. 1unly.
Minnie IBrooke Solitcited t'nlawful I 1'l'jcin t ::-H T. IW-nili. Win. tcit i .
P.+int'. Irr t -A. C. l'IppiI.
Trade and i, li.'>el .d42S an 3 ) plretrenintt 5-W. A. :., iiPltoy.
l)av, in Jail. i'rre.,fct t-J. H. VaJ n.r .' '.ac T.
Iiarpe-r. A..I. lMne-key.
There were twelve cas-es bA.fore | 'r-,ci rtI 7-- \V. N acholaon> u. Fi:;tk I. T
the mayor ti.s itaorniigi, aid.ul t k'r.,.c tntt a l- 1. N. raiatrt. i, alii .r w itit..
i're-.il,'o li.- l Vt ard.le'. t. .t, In, ait.
tinires a ti'itu -1ited f ?1ill2.e.r A A .t0. I^ *. *;: ^;r,; ;; ai
Minnie Brook-s. a lewd we mati. 1'et- i.cti 1-.i. *etcw 1r.
c"!i ,rc'd with soliciting unllaWfni han. W\V it/,ztii, I. 'l, .M ',1 l, '. C O E '
T r ,. ,i ,ti il,.- 'r .... w-i- fi:,r,-n u W ril in 1. 1 t- p w I "
t-. iI1 .-**l: n.ciit' t! !irt:y (.iy- All nih, Johlin C lir-tie. J. t,,. t it. W .T. n f
i i iincal n.
.1 t 1, A .v'-. <* i- I w : t-, ael,- 1 1'revn.i T 1i -~ I 1loi -1i'< .
,i -.l P M t. '.;ti -i.. | I.i(. iT J, J Hin;> -.
SI. < t 1) 1- w iN I! w l:: l i -k rI .-::n t l--.. .. A rt, ti.. '. -. 11.
S i- It :' 'Li tiii, WV. A iinl, .10in h. ti ll i. l.
l T,'l H .. i. o t, t i; 1 ( .;li, r; :.. ... ,, P ot-
Jui -e _'hir ,-,t wi:ti visit;.: t Ii.i.. 'l T e tabil;at:,-d st'teinf- nit publ-
whliere l- w.e a :iinl Imdt.--n.- i. li-hteoid *l-.* w ar' in tlis i--ne -h.-'.
p c:i',-il w. rI w i.'. fi'l+ d $'!. t iat ('. tia:eni Jones and .I. Em ni et i||
H- nry- Cl it k. il. i ,!. ,L i. ;-.i ; f wi' I lt l as- rep: -s nita- U i
dl. ?r!y. to-11 forii.i-t .. tiv -to to i th ..t l -ilature. .Mr. W% ,it
Al.o -it M 1 in Iii:iA, r I w i:!. :.i-t rec-v- i i, i ';i t ',vot,- lnitre tlh;1i Mlr
.A.it !Wivckt.-- l(111g. w.A- iti:i .- -':, i. lopttin idaul ;.si votes niore tlan Mr. FIPRAYEIE HR()OOIKS,
t:: -,-ii Iivill .'t. '! arsi..>! with l'titciiett. M r. Jttines rc.:\o kI -;2
d -o,.t I'V i*o, lvt 'I.:I n vote i mwore tt ian Mr. W olfe.
ili .1Ma :ie- Liviin'-t_'n, wa- ti:it d For Theriti Geo(. E. Sii !i wa Hvi-minlis a nd BibleC.
$5 le:'tt-d by a majority of til voAte .'ve r
Henry" Si fi l l :. ]l" .M ttI V an lIt.
thetws. tightinz. w-re lini-d ..- For circuit clerk A. M. Mc'Millia
H-iiry Simnti-1.l wa- al-o charged receiv-d 261 moro vote-s t:,;ii t)p .
wit' a-,asiititni. I '.-iry Fo-t-r witn combin-d vote of I :I lnia and ,
1t:- ti-t. fr whichI hie pala an addi- 1) iiil. Ol NTl Il
tio,,. l '. For tax collector A. H. D'Alen- JlAI |
I-v.t i Collni. an-.cal*, discihairgted. herte was eltcted by a majority of '
-.- ll3,over Judge B nifay.
Il* not f ii tto il,; thet aidv.rtise- Feor tax assessor W. W. I ichaii M
:n!i it of T:'F I'iIt\A 1:1i h:- ;.ap.r. w.as --lected bv a majority of 177 I TO
-- -i a elvFar (i-o. Ireli'ee.
('i,,thiig tlhat i- ttilord hon-tly For treasurer John W. Frater wa- Everybody needs a tonic tihes p


and turoui!ly at Wite is. elected by a majority of 34% over W. l sprin- das to drive awa- that
-I E, Andei son. i z sprin day drive wathat
UTS: lOc. PER IPOUNI. County Judge T. R. McCullagh. tired feeling. Mountain Mint clinic
J:cobv has t to 60 pounds of who had no opposition, received does this. It invigorates and puri-
ltaliin Cheotnts and Choicepo Hazn 1 votes. fies the blood. It cures the worst
Italian ilhe-.tnuts and Choice Hazel- For school .iunerintendent N. R.
nuts. which he is offering, to close Cook was elected by a majority of .5 Bcases of indigestion. It cures per-
out, at 1 cents per pound. 7atf over James M Tate. manently all stomach troubles. It
Th nbbit prin styles in hat M. P. Bonifay. for clerk of the makes the sick well: the weak
at nbbiest spri. ng stylesin hats criminal court. who had no opposi- strong; and it gives one who is all
at White*--,. tion, received 1.099 votes, I run down a new lease on life and a
W. C. Beck. for county surveyor, r ni
who had no opposition, received 932 healthy appetite Mountain Mint
The Non-Irritatin votes. Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
-O------ --itatiI, A.V. Clubbs. A. C. Blount. Jr.. people in Pensacola. everyone of
*t and E. Ward were re-elected mee- whom heartily recommends it aQ the
Cathalrte bers of the school board. best tonic they ever used. It does
S __ more than we claim for it. One dol-
Easy to take. easy to operate- A kidney remedy that can be de- lar per bottle. ix bottles for five dol-
p-ended on will bq found in PRICKLY lars. Try it. It is made in Pen-a-
wr Asi HITTrRrr It heals and streonoth. cola by Dr. Philip E. Hannah. Fo-


* BIG STORE


RA FOR EASTER.M


Shirt Waists.


Embroidered White Waists. 75e.
$1. 0N. $1.25 to $2 5N).
Misses' Waists.q45c to $1.0.t.
Colored Waists. 45c to 69'c.
Silk Waists for $3.98.

Skirts.

White Pique. Embroidered. $4.
White Duck, 76c to $:.5&P.
Oielletea Applicued. in New Col-
ors. $2.50 to $3.5c.
Black Brilliantine. Box Pleat-
ed, $4.0'i.
Novelty Good.- in Black, $3.;-.0.

Millinery.
We are slihwing a Nice Line of
Pattern Hat-. at Low Price+-.
Bunch Violet-. Ro,-es., Dai-ey-
and Forgeit-ine-Nots at I,c' ae
Bunch.
LIate't Styl=s in Sailors at .',e.
o7.I' and $1.* .
Hats Trimmed on Short Notice.


2206-LA)ll1'% h'-wr.


--XN E GOODS'-

Displayed o Our Counters Each Week!


illi0iNi Ion)ion) & !on.




J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealer- in-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and lrMiy.

i._-Repairing Attended to Promptly.
o EAST A.\l EN ST. : : : : : PENS.\ 11! \


SOL


Co.


Kennedy's Fancy Cakes.

w Nunn-rlly's Easter Candie-


-'BUY THE BEST."'


f.ja i ':CONOMY!


REIEFRIGERAT4 RS ir O,,.i,:ar: t. i.1 :
i i t !'+ .1 i, I; + i.ie r;, tt-irt' t It t'I tryy otrlI-.r o 1; l; i .. k..
T!' y v .iV. a-i Ab-..lnt#- DRY Alit 'IPROVIs iN I II ;
w .: .;htt 1 Il...al ,; ly I Ifdorl,--s.

S- Our Ice Cream Freezers: '


MIN I r.


y Pric.,- n', t i..Hi-,-r th;.n for I'.l, r;or iiake-. C(.':
ia' ial tl t:i tol y tiou.


*B.


GERSON,:P-
107 South Palafox.


"2-.cents will p'ay f,.r the Saturday Fine furni tur.ei',
edition of the Jacksanvill- .Metropo- 8/l.. incltdil '
11s. a large s or 12 page paper from n
now until Nov. loth. by mail only, rockers, at venr ref '
and $2.o0 will pay for the Daily PrceCs. Their .siocA "
Jacksonville Metropolis from now plete. Don't b/ty a t -
until Nov. loth. for cash in advance a '/ furniture unt/ '
only. The object of this unparal-1 .V// ar f ton ,)' ,
lelled offer is to give the people of t ,e Marston
Florida a chance to keep posted on tock.
the news of the coming political
campaign at extr-nme y lowcost.and The best 5 cent Cigar
also to make themni better acquainted
with the leading free silver and on the market is the
Bryan newspaper in the ,.tate. Its DURIHAM Try then at
cartoons are alone worth, double the ', *


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OFFICIAL CANVASS


OF VOTES CAST AT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES APRIL 10, 1900.


French Caps.
Our rtping Line N.,w
ti,,n.
Lawn Hats and 1;
Children.

Clothing.
Fine Ta:ilormnade Suit-
at $10.01 to $1is (i.
Youtri'" Suits. L0,1 ]',
$7 .5 to) $10i.1i
Fine Painits. .2.-. to -
made good-.


Sp, cial in .:-. .
Straw Hats.

Special in i.v-.


Shirts.
1 ,o Do -nl ; illt- >
$ P5 ch
'" l),zen )vy-' S- -
Shirt W ai-t, for It. .-
without CO'll:r-. "_-' -) .


New Idea Patteros


- AT-


10 cents each.

.L ".-A~l' .d.... j:'SL....


CAHN


ALLOFFERT Y

ALL THE INGREDIENTS FOR YOUR


WA'.-\.lAN'IED TO FI1.EZE I.N


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900. 6


010


'-d:. (,I. The New Cordova Coffee House and instructive meeting.
,n Govertinent street will serve an; A pleasant little informal gather-
M\ Me-lling. Florence. Ala.., Ea-ter Sunday dinner th-t prom- ing was i Id at the Quackenbu-lh
\\ .tn-r,. New York. J. W. l..to txcel ainythinwr in that line home laizt Friday niLvht in honir of
I ir. g.. atnd Isaac H. Webb, Pevr attempted in Pensacola, "(no Mr. Phelp' Eamn s, and l.a-t but n,,t
.-,ii. Ills.. are gut- -t a!t eal ;t:id avoid the ru- '."' 1-ast. reftfi-hmentit, helped pa!-' the
F-.-':itihia. -- -- evening very pleasantly.
-,,w windows at B. Ger- A veritable feast of (god tlhintgi Mr. L-o Fairchild cloi-ed a very
:..kry -tore to-day appear a for men and boys. at White'-. good ti-i'i of sc.ho,,l lat Wedne day
r- --iand that :t a :t Po.id deal for this
., .. -t and other pretty l iece- A NOIMEI) MACHINE.x Killagr a.iss e vol 'oter.
r. dr -.laed u a s special /.., ... ,.; F/, ,, /, .. ,,t. Mr. Frank Levey ac-iep)ted a good
fl. -I-. l. igf r ,asfr of work some iandred rtiles
-. ra.g at 25 centS each. ." ",,,';,,', 1,,.., ;' east of here and departed for the


iresning and delicious.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BIROS.
Pensacola, Fla.
Sinm- foik.' pretences to always
utndersell the world are rather tire-
soime. No one hte monopoly of
bruins and inoney. It will be a sor-
ry day for this town when competi-
tion ceases. White'-.

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.


the Terminal Co. have perform COTTAGE HILL CHAT. Red Hot From The Gan
CAh NEWS NOTES! their.duties. CoTTAGE HILL, April ll.-Thefine Va the ball that hitG. B. Stead
There will be service- held thiq prospect for a go d fruit crop n War. It caused horrible Ulersv
evening at Temple Beth El, at 7 this locality is very encouraging to that no treatment helped for 20
o'clock, in commemoration of the the growers and farmers. The El- ,year. Then Bucklen's Arnica
orra for reo rawt, Feast of the Pas-over, which begins berta peach will certainly do itself I e cured him. Cures Cutrnica
r,...... tdd-mga.d ewtirdah. rih- 'ealve cured him. Cures Cuts,
,,. e-gftI rd. this evening and lasts seven days. proud. Bruises. Burns, Boils. Felons. Corns,
..,... ,, ,,temp-,,m. t,r ate r R.v. I. E. Wagenheim will lecture Mr. Perd Phelps, one of Iowa' Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
M,,,, v term/, ra,te,, .,'-' to-rirt)t on the subject: Passover, genial railroad men, has been spend- earth. 26cts. a box. Cure guaran-
Se .... ,,f,l,s,, t ,t,,t _. 4 I',ir... t.. Feast of the Spring. The choir ing the past few weeks with rela- teed. Sold by W. A. A.D'Alemberte,
tKIri--v of Tampa is a guest will render appropriate music nn tives and o!d acquaintances in this Druzgists.
:cambain. t!i- occasion. Visitors cordially vicinity. He says Florida is muchI
f rf -cabiegi- welcomed. better appearing than he was led to NAVAL STORES MARKET.
tl -Iinm-r of Ei last night. The te-t of Mr. Henry Urch' ma- believe by what he had heard ere he
S Ecamba last nht. T t of slip ewe-rn Pa- came and saw for himself. Reported Daily for The News b)
,x being Good Friday the gr,- nx atd Ba lestreet wharvese Mrs. Helen Lewis and Mr. Over- Me A. M. Moses & Co.
-f Hall & Klein i. clcaed. aox afBanlen stret wharves ine sen were up from the city, calling
I.. ..f Halln ein i- closed. terday afternoon was successful in on "country cousins" Thursday last. ROs81N.
H igh and wife of Florala every particular and a large number Mr. Fredericks is very si-k with ww.................. 2 75 .......................
t.r t#guests at the Mer- of ladies and gentlemen were at- pneumonia and is under the care of we................... ............. .....
tracted to the wharves to witness the doctor from Muscogee. M ..................... ........ 4
another ride on the graceful movements of the The Misses Johnson from Pine -.........---...-.-. ( ................. i
r tk another ride on unique water craft, a flldescrip- Barren were visiting at the Wald ....s........- sen1s.
t'mornmg wit h his water tion of which has already beeni home last week.
printed in these columns. Little Miss Ella Ward spent a few TOO many people lose valuable
Ii Barflield,wife and son, i B Fall days with relatives here last week. .A. time in experimenting with
Ile-. arrived at hotel E- Brave Men all r. Kellog was up from Pensa- cough and cold cures. They should
t, .. -t.rday. Victims to stomach, liver and kid- cola a couple of days the past week take Foley's Honey and Tar before it is
SMr-. J. W. Sennott are ney troubles as well aq women. and taking out door pictures, etc. too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.
S u rents of a fine baby girl all feel the results in loss of ap e- Mrn. C. J. Levey aame up Monday -
;,,,ring. tite. poisons in the blood, backache, I from the city to spend a few days All leather suit cases and hand
nervousness, headache and tired,I with her parents here at the Hill. satchels with leather lining at
.!r and wife and Miss M. listless, run-down feeling. But Hahn & Co. are enlarging their White's.
4 Brewton arrived here there's no need t) feel like that. store building, preparatory to put-
.: eriooii. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, ting in a better stock of general Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
L i,:.-'r- n "of Muacogee and Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters merchandise. Wees'Cough Cure, Diarrhea Ren
; we.l:of Vernonareamong are just the thing for a man when Mrs. W. L. Hahn was a city caller edyand Witch Hazel Salve. They
-- at the Merchants. he is all run down and don't care Tuesday. guarantee all three of these prepara-
whether he lives or dies. It did The many friends of Miss Myrtie tons and will cheerfully refund the
-...,n-hip Francisca and more to give me new strength and Severance regret to learn of her Pe- money to any one who uses them
Hattie H. Harbour were stood appetite than anything I could vere illness in Chicago and niope for without being benefited. Price 3
-. quaraitief- thi-i morti- take. I can now eat anything and a speedy recovery. cents each
have a new lease on life." Only A few of our Hillites have been cents each.
v.--t-rdrvy even\ini' arri- 'o cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's attending the services at the Chris-
t'rd a werei rs. ,- drug store. Every bottle guaranteed. tian church at Gonzalez the past HARPER Whiskey is liquid mu-
.. re .. lls- --- otweek and report a very interesting sic. bottled poetry. ripe, mellow, re-


Exceptional values will he offered in our Line of Black Goods the
Coming Week. In this Department we have the Finest Fabrics ever
shown in this city, including the exclusive of fashionable Crepe de Chine
Tamise and Nuns' Veiling in all grades. In the Cotton. Wool, Silk and
Wool and all Silk. we 'strongly recommend this material for its lightness
and durability, and the proper fabric 'or the present mode. W: also have
a Large Line of Staples and Fancies in Black Goods and at the Right
Prices.
LINE NS.
For one wtek only to introduce and bring before the publli' our Stock
of Dama-k.. Towel-. Renai-4ance )Dresser Scarfs. Sideboardi Scarfs. Centre
Pieces and I)oyli,-.. we will otffer a Special Discount of lo", .


TelelphIa'' ItIie I't


R. HALLIDAY & CO.,
:33 and :V- Palaf.'x Street.


Some 1rterestil Figures.


t ,* s.v t r-* anT r i ..II a0 l u ,. t I. .Ifth f so l t r f tn- w -t ei o. a 'uus V o .- Notice is here-by given of the intention tof
.. -t il.p-d lo car loads within the I/ ,, ,,f / ,,i :, /, ,,,,,. a M i- Efliie Bet-worth is spending thi und.'r-igned to apply to the gov.-rnor
*. w da s. p to d ste. sncte a few davs this week with her si-ter, of the stateof F'lorida, on or after May 14.
SIe-g&an the bu-iness about two '* / """ /* "" ) "" 1" Mrs. Fratnk Levev. It,.. for letters patent incorponiting Brown.
r- ah. they have shipped from /,,/ ,. ,, 'iAt '' If,. ', Mi- Martha Campbell stopped in Cha te o..under the ollowin proposed
- pl.ic- over 7To car lo ad-. ..-, ,in, ',/ ,'' ,,,. i .,, '' i .,,,,, the city with friends la-t week. re- i1. The name of ti,- said corporation shall
f tidation for about feet ,,,,,,.' /,, turning to Cottage Hill Thursday. be Brown. 4 ihpley & I .. and It- principal
SAa or ut genttlean by the name of John- place of business shall be Pen-acola, Flor-
w;i :tiliroad wharl is co,,tbopleted r,. /. l.. ,,.,. ,, a ,/ an old io)wa neighbor. was a 2. The nature of the business to be trans-
; h- r laid. hu far, about ,, -,,. caller at the Leve homestead ted a general ship and steamship
piles i have been u .-d-about a/ f aer t te Lee iie agency. brokerage and comnimission usi-
of tlie l-ntire lutinlb r that will ,m'a. f th' ,n, /i/ iip-, ,-,tla .. ,f T urday la-t. ness, marine insurance, cu-tom tihouse brok-
required. About sevenity-flve F,,' ,,,,,' ,, ,h -,ttj ritit/. '[fo TINKER. n.rs and forwarders, dealers in targo and
..b. hunker coal. and any and all other trans t -
: are now -iployed or .thework. I,,. i/,/, ,/,, .0 / ,,f '/1, t -. I An occasional dose of PRiCKLY tions usualnd pertaining to a general
wo foaming glassesof IPab't be,-r. )',,.r r, ,/. s 0 ; :ured In attractive colors. orna- f., y ,,,,,. ,a. healthy. wards off disease and main dti-in shall be ten thousand I $10Ot.wU dollars,
,t the front of S. A. riredman fs ,, taitis -trength and energy. For sale tundred($1o.ui) dollarseach.and to be paid
'.0n and. by their beauty of ex.- Hantnah Bros. in full by a transfer to the corporation of
i.o a:re attracting general attt-n- 1 ',I/ ,,,/, .' fi', j/f / ii def t, /It ion. the business and property of Fannin Chip-
%. Mr. Friedman il- always up to .I .. J. ','r'- I,! l[',, \ .r/i ,t,,l PAIhORi MARKl'T POINTE'Rq. uppy & o.. a copartnerlhipo,the southern
Switch attractive sini?., as we 11 a- i', ",,0 1 ',, ".' ,,/7-, ',.. Ainir the fresh and toothsome- Chipley &A o..a copartnership, which. for
: tir-t-cla.ss tock. .,,. i hlkint green groceries displayed at ,the purposesof this ine,,rporatin, Isvaluede
attention of the proper autho'r- the Parlor Market to-day and to- 4. The said corporation shall exist for the
,' a- ldntonf the properd u sth uad ( norrowl may b- seen some splendid term of ninety-nine (tr years fromthes t
I- calle-d to the codltinl ,Gu alloN Super and -h rChowder strawberries, raised right here in of the grantingof letters patent to it.
Te i 'alafox -teret in front .f Ar. 6. The business of the corporation is to
i tr 'I'her i a pol The Frauen- erein pof the (erman sPensacola, new potatoes,ruta baga, be conducted a president, a vice press-
." ;' i whih ta betn -lanid- l, Lutheran church will. give a gumbo carrots, radishes, lettuce, onions, dent and a secretary and treasurer, who
S.r.r tilt- tp t six otnta r -upper and fi-h chowder at the Mer- beets. cabbages, South Florida lipe hall deletenbthedirectors on theA
A t.-w lad of dry stid ichanits hotel on ITlesday night. tomatoes., fresh eggs and poultry and board of directors, coiistinig of thr-e
d t agreeable plae. April 17, at S o'clock. Tickets for "t comrnplete line of the finest meats of members. hall be elected at the regular
gulmbo or chowder arde for -alee, by all kind-&. 'When catering for your iceting of th,. btocklolder,. on the third
S-I:,.-C t'iliittie Pof the- 'en-a- all Ineinlbir- of the \ erein amid at the ,'a;ter Sunday dinner, do not fail to regular ing, in May. h ys. Fann chip-the
.hcltub lield all Ilitere-ti! Merchailt- hotel. pric,- "' Cent-. vi-it the Parlor Market. -y shall be president. Muckner ('hipley
h. l:-t limit anld iicri-a-.-d thi hall be vice presidentand ArthiurA. Brown
shall be- secretary and treasurer. These
.lilnlt by appointini ]i li dozen Scriv t'- Pat-tt .la-tic NOTICE. three shal:., until such meeting. and until
S;Prld. John \V-lti and I). salii drawer at *i' c.t- ;'-r pair, at th lheir su-cesso s are elected arid qualified,
i The- c-Intiiittet-i are all \V t,.'-. There will be a special 'constitute the board of directors of said
I* iX lk lid itinccling of Mt. \tlr. i corporation.
S- ; work t iml th-v wiall -.o,,,ln leh> tin of Mtiht. Ha r Thlie hoh t aniont of indt-btedne ssor
t l to- t a n ,tt cll, FOl ** lt; sA ('hapt-." tIis eaveni laility to which litie anil orptration ( i
-.-,i l :rr fort e i t]t t t o'" lock. at any ti llki subject iIt elf, is all be five
* I'. ,. H. (-tha. ,I t a A a A Bargrain tont Ia[-ya Tertit .. W. E. ANI ,ERSN. i'touand oioi dollars. th
k,,,w ;lail-t. lla d,, .,o Swoet Hon Fain. itu.ted in th sriber- nd stockhold-rs are as f low-
,,f :.,. M itcha l'- paii-hli a niatiufacturing village of A ll .'n. r ,i wn.r -itl i- .l l'i.s ; ;il tiel r t hiirle '.
u ': i p tlitign--3 doth liad-. (';liitlv Co.. Brittle rtat:-: 1'nirns- of I'. & ('t ta'r t-oli. Fla. i"NNIN N IN 'llI '. .
t.. I-. d(l-i-ed of fsr it, he ;l]-: Il cent- for each ga.--; th. FLY 8(CREENS. .\~'r.i A I:,-
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S t: ,i Ith hur-lhi ait tihe :i- pe:-on g iue'--iig n,:;are-t tl:e v 1itit-
,. i l, i r.:[;ir. 'Thl pit'# ur-e, i-,,n li,01 of -;aidi prrop-rty. Plrro --.i|- to,
:.i I Ii i n ste of tihe- .-iiow will- he, de-vot,'d to Cat'iolic Bliz::!t' find.
,, ti l Foilhi.- -tolte itlid a htas at- F,,r i cirticil ai- apply toI e!-!t?.
.icl atdilirint Ite-nltion. W i;-i F 1 I : FI' t1 A\ k Ft' .
Sinduciitor-' and iMiotriiiimei-
.,-11, a -o 'i tioi w ill tlv- :1 N ritl N M i!,a, -a;,. ir: ;
i ttv .Y A ril 2-',:1 i. Iria 7 tI s I I lit t "-.
%' if-ft.--iiia erit- for :ill whot
: -, t., b h ,rved at tlie c. ii-
, itIt--n. Everyone w hi ridei- on(
S!'!I i-r- -1h, ld t:ake, p -lt-k-
!ilrilll tinli tol the n-ct-" of
t tlitiiien-It. as a rro-4ilritisili
I i'ilhftlneires and court.-y with I'.p-ait P phpf iii:.t \1 : '- a:ididi-
i:,.(-e estimabl-, employees of t estion. A-k your detalI r foi them.


FORBES


.1 II WNi'SS CH NG;E.
Mr. II. W. Seely has bought the,
liutchehr and green grocery n-iis--
of W. Hernandpz & Son. corner of
Zarri.aito-s- a iard arcelona striets
liad I- thuoronulily renovating tl,
Il:ice t intd inakini it neat and at-
Siactive. Hte' ia. put li (d-livery-
w:inan :;iid wi:l fill orders Sundiiiay
imiriinri: a- well la- week days. 1s'
I-k- tii ..:itti iiaa.:e of tlie i iililic.
H i- t"Nlit-',"- i- N ,i :;.7,. 1I' '-'
'r-' tt -. l. e ,lbrated $:3 amni d L.,I
Sl),ot~. :it \Vi~ite' .


STORE.


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qt .I *lt ,:- c T 0 ,'., : 1tim1 tat We al i-kil .

S The C elabrn*od "Trojan" W sist*. 1t M. -t i'f.- latia:*: Vai' |
'a: l; : ... 1 < 'li-- ri', ": *$1. s i l -i .itdl .a nd .


A Line of Percale Waists at 75c. Dollar value


S OuEr Entire 1lle of -.M1 alrid 60( Wai'tf -r 4.')( Eanth.
S -THESE A:ME 'ADE I W'FH THE SAME CARE As IIOLLAlG (iOODS.


Just Received!

1q I irn (Hemtitched) Table and Dresser Scarfs, Pillow
-.;.Cases, Etc. New Val. Laces.- .- -
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Photographic Artist,
2:4'. South Palafox St.
& t i| l':i i<)14ol (n uarais lte -t* .

MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMA K K.,


capital l *f the Four Grat llanks of (the World.


Bank of England, .


Bank of France, . ..


Imperial Bank of Germany,
Bank of Russia, .


S. $86,047,935


. 36,500,000


28,560,000
25,714,920


Total, . $176,822,855


FUIDS HELD BY THEN MUTUAL LIFE IIURANCE COMPANY
FOR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. i899,

Or SI125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Ti< n*w form ni f policy of Ti' lic .1 tiil I.ife ln-iiranieC ('**Inp:11nv of
N-w York. litih>url A. Mc Car' lv. Pres 'le nt. priovile-:
Fir-t -'T. he SE('IITY of $S8 il.M.I',7 of a--et-.
Secnril1-l'IR( F'I'IA BI.E I NVEsT'MENT'-
TI'hir, --,lIBE I R.A. I. ,(A.Ni' rTIlE INSIR-EI).


Ui :i r >.1. 'ri a.
P ur ir l"o r tr ', he r .. : .: ".,, :.. ;0,

CECIL WIL.LCOX, General Agent,
J' ;:'ONVILLE. FLA.
Vv. G. CLIIIPLEY, AGENT,
P r SAC.3LA. FLA.
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI T,, ,P,,',,-,.,, ,, ,,: T ,v-.


No. 10 North B--iFn Strct,


REGULAR


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25 cents


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Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
- r it ,K.dsr-t Promptly M rv.,d all II.' r-
of Day or Nbght.
F:sh and Oysters in All Styles.

Nick A postle.


GEO. A. PETERSON,
Dealer In
Bieyples aid Bieyels Sun'ries.
Agent for Rambler. Cleveland and Macl ',t-
Bicyci-es. ix Years dxperi-nie in K' -


S-g K of ic.ee. Cash ierst r .
m r. t E c. Ke s Cn to
nti any lock. Etc.
'AT.3. B Fobes12 West RownsUS Street.


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LEWIS BEAR& CO., Sole Agents.

Mld Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
;.-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.- --S@


KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
*=WHOLESALE CROOERS.=*
AN ENTIRELY FRE.H AND NEW HTO()K OF FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
Try Ou>xr Ooldon Ploeco ylouir.
Salesroome. 1:32 1:'4 E. G.verirnment Street.
Warehouse. Cor. Tarragona and Church -treets.
Telephone 151.


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Special Easter Offerings

*=at the following reduced prices =0

Fancy Neccwear, Glve!.
We direct attention to our line of Renals. Pents' $.00 Gloves reduced to $S 1A.
sance Lace Barb%. Stock 4'oilirs. ('ori-d Blair$1.50Colored Gloves .educed to l.i.
Hlemstitched Plaid Tit--. with Frnaleo Ends.
Ilouble-faced. Cord edge Statin anti Taffeta Try our Guaranteed 31.0t Glove.
Fringed End Ties, Tas .-l String Ties, Etc. We call fepecial attention to our ilk
Taffeta Gloves, an excellent love, for Sum-
Parasols.r wear.
Wehae theNewetand Mot siery a rw r.
Stock of Parasols ever Shonn in bits City. lAdle,' Hosiery. in plaitr open work and
fancy effects. from l Iic to) $2 .
Cmrllldrn Hosiery from lc to oe.
Umbrellas. Give our !0c Orade of Ladles' and (hbil-
dren's HotIery a trial: they are the best
Ladles', Men's and Children's In all quali- value for the money to be found anywhere.
ties. We have in stock a few left of our Ladies' Vests, ae have from 10c to l$i.>.
well-known Mercerized Umbrellas. an ex- Take a look at our luc vebt: aiuo our Bilk
cellent value. while they lait at $1.0u; also; Liele Vests, &c value, for .i'. they cannot
a &2-lnch Close Roll 1U'mbrella at ;..'. be beat.
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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 19(0.


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Vinbarrau,.cd the Bonnu.
the tt3 v 1'. 1i- I. I : -- '.I., ,
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I'ae.r.- Len'.
All t!,e' f mitt fulw -, !ive c- *ua-
pleved tilt :r twent-Il -t-t veiit anlt
who havi- Il t uut~rittt
year. mt'. id%% icarv' Pitt o\.'Ill ptv.d h IeI
the oblighti.-ii 'of fas 'ILiz t-I'kbys
hard work, r etth#-r w. t Iktilewner.-u-
"n.0I .-re i~bli,ogd tip f i-t ,ni ail thc'
day" 4)ofACLst. i('-tvi~t ;v-.A
On ttro?;#- d('1;4vl c-'!1' L!ii-A eI -
allowed, ''tti'L -.e1 ;.ub-t'kz
before afloiil.
Customii Al"Irs. It:1 cu")o.1'u,,
4iPr thin ChttteIilkt,-. tet~j i a-iu,!lpl..v,-(-
41f bread eti a l'f2,Ik' rto ie' IkeI, i
th.- dl'ct-Imt~g' aal itAntie- i'.'1IiIL. Ia
collati'wr. 11--tt xce.-d it *,I,(-.'feu t '
pa0rt Of 3'11 1Il'zd 'A r% N, I I i.: I Ie'tWed.
inilk'Peig.- 'tittlAl k;, I- -of fr-nut.
tj'Ah a d i~l allI VIr- !.j ;r- 'I I u
When the' Iuin 'p iftt i-al :tlt.-t
'takema ate-t uin. it I- ~- his, lc tfc
Anod ttit.dinIt-er tet t, e-vo-t ii,z
Abi-tiflesui-- rot?,. tiia-.t- -ef ti--I
i- '-3.J .- 1 ;4li t1.e- ~t-~.s t-
and Fuidai-- ot I.- it nd ion the'tat
urtday of knkEt- e.rWt-. k ard ton Holy
.-4tL-rdav.
The u-1.v. Llrj di- ;j!tP-wed iii ta1-k


Fi-h and t11.- *.-' not ;All,,owd Aat
l9 : tauit lim .tAl. ,-v,-tn .. t' n lay,
EKW hehi-e,. r1!k ad butte-r nay
be u~-d ev-.ry day. buit ab -tiuctnce
froua all of tthe-i-'- i- recomm-ended on
Unpod F -iday.
Persons exempted froin the obli-
gation of fastlo.g a-'- not hound b-.
the rt-trictiM: o'f II-iliL' Ilo-t biut
imw aday oie tih- d:ay- in whi'h the
eetf meat i-p.ruaitted I1y di-ptn-
Nation.
Child en ov.-r -.v n yi'tirs of avre
are bound hv the law of at..tii auless excused by -ickne-s ,or otner
causes.
The paschal tim,. in which all
Catholics whieo have corn*- tot the
year@ of di-cretion arre bound to re-
ceive holy comimntioin worthily. -x-
tondo from tht- fir't Sunday ,of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. iticlu-ive. ('hil-
dren over -v-Inl years of age are
bound by thet pre-c p: of annual con-
fi-sion. Pa-tr- sud parent, ,hold
seethat the childni ,n comply with
this duty.
The holy -,aonI, of I.-int i a tim'
of pr.yer. tion from* the world and it- aimu-i+-
mentv, and of 'n'lrout,- almii-ivIITIe
By a special itndt t gratntt-(l to the
bishops of tle l'nitod S .tt,' for '-n
year. datit:t? from M:tr-h ;7). l':,i
working p,,-ol<. who e-:mit eti-iiV
obewrve the- conillnin law of' the-
church. are di-pe:s-,-d fro,,im t!;: i!i-
ligation of iab-;*in. -i'h e on t ilI dI.I y- f
the vt-r x,- pt Frnd'd -. A-:
Wedtiesday. Ho'ly Ve-.-k aiind Chirt-
Ins Eve. Ti i- di-;,, :*- ,tion d .-
1u.t +X-lXe pt fo 'll t('* :;tiditiol* il ,li
j.igatialn of fa.-tit:. wt,'-r -'.'i! x-
iatiL. i>'r d ',e it .iiitli,-iz.,. thi.. tni \
fi4h and fl-h -t t\I),- -ill- n-meal. I
iiclude-. h, vidual ortkin.t in wh-..-... fav-or it i-
granted. but ail t!- ii-thiii.t r- .*f t h,-r
fuvmilie- as well In rt-uri i ; i- i x-
pectd lthat t 'o w, 4o av:il 1 irt -I -
,.elve- 4,, t'i- i!V,di:1: % % -i i m ;i \,"r to"
,**nte-r iln t to ll -; :- Ilv -, :
son ef IL*-ut !y voii-i*t i art-1 o'f moir-
iI fcati nll. p ht., ',.i'*< !."! ;sia'i ,, Ivill.. -\
llli.-t trai-e-wirtt'y ciito4 I. i ti- i h.e p
ab'taitiing d tiii: l.,i:t fr,,'i; -ti:nti-
[Ants, it hoI,,r ,l :i... -li r. d -iact'-". 1
our diville aV14,i.r.
T h,.e w ho, nt. 1 t:,*, .ty !'.- -
file doubt about "*. .r I I I. t!moi to
la ,-t or i.b tait. ,i:.;!:t o apply t
their pa-tior ,.r c,':. --,,r I r :Idvic'e
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M ooile. Al t F-t,,uary li. 1'i : .


ASSAULTED BY STRIKERS.
Nonunion WVork~man sev-erely Beatten
In ('hirago.
CHIcA. oApril 12.-Strike sympathi-
zers (-:uded the guards at the Marshal]
Mield building t(P(Lav wnd ws'aulted t'wc
men. The foreman of the tuck pointers,
whli cwav; sk-d Iby two men for work,
upon r.'piyiug that ni'Ul unonl lf4'flwould
t*- taken. was struc-k by both men. whc
then ma'Ie their eficape. The s-ooxmd ari-
smtult wa.- xiiadt upon a nonunion man.
whot with hi~s comnpanionsi w&A. on his
way tit the louilding. He was siingled
cPU? anti-Avf-rt-1v iwat*'u livthre- menv.
who al..c A I~ i
Fifte.-n ho dvarrie'rs and tthrt4- plaster-
vrs wt~n-bro caught itito the building varly
and punt to Nv .wk. After the attack?;
niaido t4 .dAv rh.' guard has bet-n doubledl.
Women itf%~trikerm 1we thle Lam.h.
GCuTpt Nir:&. S'. G..April 1.N'shas

z -idii/r- a:..aiiir.-.1%U. Ward.
r''v"~~' ?IIiiI, ,tit 4 'the Xarr.-y
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1.0 in* fll o qtr i38r't. fo r Presi- tiii--n l F..Ct -
,,,, and~ f.-ur aIC-rniipT.-. to be \.,le.Id for hit
I ~i. rtt'l Ir r g:iila r ve. A i' c tIt-c i11. and to
I Itil -iI'(%IUT *l h'r uj it -, ii4a% comei
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I- ti-lwmctn~ m-'.. tit r-Pr i..n atitio : 4t ina -f-1
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1,7 iv.dt-,lt- !iii~iee--t itii) -r ,, *,t-t tatt* 1Iit
g e -f* ,-uti1.11on(f Ns;. acud o(Cueadoilifnti
%ot o: f t~ t. h et- i'tr a n t) t ii -,ks-.-s th-r.-tf.

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a t 1-11fl eer1 witll njs-b tWA('.th insii. i' i nb -
liptnei/st alit) .,b* ., Ite n f-T it It.' la t lat e
1'.'nl I : n ttl. AlIi ctm~io.'rue I ar" l% I,'. a t o
p'el a'iplt-in tIP- i-'."-etlcln of deiot-ftte.
ier-o trtclu-11meeit la-.' whoi bavo' heca'tne
1'a01flr4cI It.o4 otrli.inco lit'he at telect'ion.l
I'lit-chitirntusn arvt' e',rot-trv for e-ct('h etun-
SCu Ivont ie 119 1et.ilIf-cr t Ii.' flOrf).i-4eo.f -I#ner -
mate de-l-ateee to lb.' state cfllve-atl''ll Itri-
r-j u.-i,'tt-ila't--old to HI a. W -A .ittw IQ.
.'chwrtepafl.Tmahailtlt -... Fin., a writtt-nir
pi tet 'icopyV --f Itleeprorve-Oi"uRigc(of tut h
t,' ttitntv u~te t.,n. ti bo-ter vkioiia list cif
'[i.- nt)ls of tlen'C-Olainty t-i~t'titI%'#1CfojIjjlIit
ctla.rui qn ai~d se-ct tary- of ut ch en flimt-Pe.
.1 (o &.4'tFtI. Cheairaman.
Sp-itei.tarv.


LXIJNGRMESIONAL CONVEMtION

I ali for a de.mocratic tlionviti. n of lb.'
ft -t cong~r"%siiitnal di.- ritd o(f Itoi-*tuto of
'lori cu. t~c It" b,-14 at 1alImbit-r. Ft...i~cr.das.
rThe d. na4prat.i' patty (If the- tlr~t coagre-
-iioni,4district of III- .la.nt- 4-fFlorida. will
li .1d : d~~r-:tt)!al cuft.*:ilmn at Ta~ 'ila-
(o--'. ill W'4.*ln-daY May ;v)(11. At 1-2
.,'4knoon. f.or I h..pnrpote o- i) .'iminat 2lit
a mroi; latv for c ~r-.froin .cd diIisr ci

,u. II.I tr-Ltt-nt -u-fl ot ner btijiesiu-v aza ni~ii
iTh..11 l c'..nt c 4uTIi..'A iln Meo di-tr cI wi;i
!iA III). Itt. hi t I .' C0!.V-'Wh i1VI Uj) AlI I t
,;.uIII-' tlftp--"If r.-pr..".'ntmti-m i: n-dl
..a.'for t-AIh 1D-0 Vet .- vasi.t ffor I h" vat d -
dlatt.' to, c,,t:aiti .- III...p!j ct~triic At th.' 17'
inna .1tef.-fr lii.. rmelitlIne11 t,.
I:. o n t.-I 't -il..U I. I') 11 *'iorti..r-~
pi 11. 11itt~:~ Ir -:.- i.- T toti- for Ceon-

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If a
wants to
heap on o.l
on water.kn
f:re. Wnern
well from d.
she shoi'.d
already t uri
sh.u-d nrtt
pc.;:ns corn
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Woman
put cut a fire she doesn't
I and wood. She throws o
owangthatwaterquenches
i a woman wants to get
seases peculiar to her sex.
not aid fuel to the f.re
n:ng her life away. She 0
taxte worthless drugs and ,I
posed of harmful narco-
ates. They co not check %
they do rct cure:t-they 0
fuel to the f:re.
SEradfild's Female ,
Regulator should be
taken y every w.,,cman
or g:rl who ras the
sl gh:est rusp.c.on of
1 "" ..- t th. ,
.n t' :.; .h t-
1.ev wi nl .. piv
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WE HIVE TME OME YO# W4T !
Whoth'r you want a tbig one.
a -mall onp. an ex\ipenivt4- or n c'hi.-ip oii.
We live a great v.rierty for b *ir reit Thri-
he-'t of them are luxurious inr' thlieapest
are good.


I)W IIIG' volSt ItI'tT.
No. 2IPN Weeot i-adsdvn -tro'eI.7 roolI..t2
s-tory
No. il IF'At at 1 eL tre't'.t.-rei~ti, (. itst
No. IMl 4ust rLa~th In t.-?. 4 r'ilvtl., I
't ort-I
SN0. P141 V.euit I-clmoelt 'I rt'-t.7rom.
it i-torvi -
No. I'tit hu-rh tIre.t.'?,5 rn.'rnee
'.ory i li-st Ceviti 'qu.,tve
No. 49 -:at Chas" st r.-eo.4 rk-oin-i. 41
at ory p
Se.12 W@?-e-ti felinol-tnt rtI-t.5 )r~to).. c I
ttorV
No. Ili%%'--%i C4e-rt-pitn-. %I ret,-, roneoms..
('or. fteu- andLcI~I'uis -tri.-.:, ito rtonh,.
No. .tS 'eSpei in,-, %t re.t. .5 r(iilt., i
sto. Ii
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REAL ESTATF.
Rental and Insurance
AGENr%:.
Not. I Sountth P.iI Ifox ~r.':
PENSIACO7LA. 11, k


DRINK LION' BEER!


Endorsed by all P'ny.icii,-:,a the
.:.ly vl er c ab-olutI ly ; :.; jul-
f rntiom.


CHOCOLATE FIENDS.
There Are Thoese Wo Becovme Slaves
to This Nerve Soothbig Food.
"The manufacture of chocolate." said
J. R. Anso of Brazil. "is a great indus-
try. Of all the chocolate beans Import-
ed into the United States two-thirds gu
to one firm in Boston. aad the other
third is distributed among the other
manufacturers. The chocolates sold
are of various grades. The Caracas
chocolate is supposed to be the best.
*If you take the various grades, tech-
nically known as the Caracas, the
Frenich. the German and so on. and
take a piece of each and place them in
a pan of water and allow them to dis-
solve. any expert will tell you which Is
the best chocolate. The better grades
will leave no sediment. The others
will. This Is explained by the fart
that in the cheaper :grades the shell is
ground tip antd used is a 'tiller.' Th.l
lighter the chocolate the better the
grade. The chenapr grades are dark
owing to the g-roundl up shell.
"It is a que'r thin'- :t0.out cihi,.ilate
cff nsil ptiill. Tf!i'ie m'm "h e 'wolate
t iendls. juii.t a th-'re aro ophii tienlds.
t(,i:,c.o llves mind li.; Or slaves. I
r :.!.'t.t t!ll y"',u u\\ "y it *-. bit if pf'op!.'
Iezin tf to at c' t,'ri l;ti p l:1;E a it rowi '
i;U l.n ;l '.'; I *.: c:'t i ::k a:i y a lla oui!t
of o' < l t;t Il', ;i:in. ;),'- ,,n. W
co :-0.1' !]* (t':;eror lts tie ot'.f :t
a." l: ii; [, '"'' !1T:;.' of s,!'_:ir in
thltei. :itnil !L:air is to a cert:;!tn ex-
it(lit ilt!~ jrioius, Iu )t fo)r tm e h. ( olte
it-4 I ePiio'!ih to hurt i; hin :i.i :'i< n!y. In
(c(,trl:i(i.T;n 'tiorn to ; xhilaration of
nilo' ioli (11rinkl s rl:o)'o;;lte s'nims to be

I:t;l ir:rr ::iile fin.i it a t' i.." v* % inis an.!I sot:his an th .ni. It is l',( cr. 1-ut it I.; thle truth.
The 'nili'-timption ( fl c, i o'.e:t te is in
crit<-i. P enorlr,(;ly.lvy n the United
Satl, s."-.New Yo)rk Tribune.


A beautiful1 a--''rfureznt of ;-,41 and

At C. V The'mpsoias.
0-r i -*- Lad;i(s' Note Paper. and
:,!~e.Pb~to) match.
Ca ~biz'"Li non and1 Envelopes~.
1111rd>, Iaretmin-t.
Itivlitation~ Papi-r and EnveIt'pss.
F'r-)eted Veuimn and Ernvelop'Q..
EDl-lNote; Satin Wove: Ti-sune
Pap~r; IDenui-on's ('rppo. Etc., with
C. V. TrM-x
So 0 "outh Pal;&fox Street.

WANTED.
Wanted to hay ill kids of Sicoso
eaod Firmitire, Uerckadiso, Ac.
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DRMOFFEITS Map kltftI, Aid$ 0g::


EETHINMae ct,
n6 (Teething Powders) TEH~AI~
- AS r a .ULq.L6 Troubles o
tOr mail !'peu,cmto J.MO0F FETT, M. D.. ST. LOILB


br a JE3QITCICET3Sw~
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[MY'ORIVE11 AND JOBBER OF'



[ron. Nfl'ais.AX31,. ~Saw IMP, an!d xb.t C*

Agate tt.-d Tp-War3 ~a A L ) frZ13?
GILzn, Pistls and2 Fif-hizig TackIs..

AGEN~T for P.!roilghamRON li'w 21111- Ci~''vy .
Stitched Boit.ng, Nor bhamptor. k 1nirnry' WhivcJ Conmr.k.17, I :till. A ,;
Powder Companty, Johni~nrs Kalsw-A i. Irn. in fJugan *.. lu4- -%
and Ran,;e-, Wn,. Con-p & Co.%; Raiw lFlids Lsa&A iip-o, &eur m vh-


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First National Bank

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. K. HIVY .?


SG E BRENT,


Alph abet


X-M W ',,^We draw our own Blili of Exchanre on Greao: .rLtan I- ... '
A wa- an ANCIENT who used Germany. Franc,. Au'tria, Italy, Holland, pain. Belgini,. Hu-.. > :
to burn wood. way, sweden. Denmark aud other European countries..
B i-a fr BILLS that lie paid W'Vessels Disbursed upon the Moe Favonrable TArrrn -nd *,:?
when he could. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dessknalson Ten or Fifteen i .
IN wai the COAL that he after-, ftel Vessel Arrivea tuerv.


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jt the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
i- the EVIL those things
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in not using
gaA.
i. the GAS George ustAd in his.
St,)ve.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
is the INDIAN; he doesn't
use GAt.
cannott une it, for J the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wh i GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY, they'er
both of 'em cool.
ii the MONEY,. savtt' by a
(;ia Range-.
is for NOW, t'he hlubt time for
a C"allitre.
i- tl- OFF"ER tiie Cri,,;any

i- thi- I'PROFIT. di ,.'t im..k,- a
linitake.
i- for Q( FT-lION'; 0 (;I:i.-
tion at l!
i- tih' It.AN -(; y.u -,,oui
buy b)-ltt i Fall.
i- t SAVING .yoi l.;ak-. i:
iou dt".
i- the TIME alrd 'I IL:Rl') LE
-a ve-d. too.
i- tin- I NMON of Comfort
Iald t',rmt.
i- V"EXATTON, n1wv cut i:
adrift.

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i- f,' Y()O['. ,icn- + al)-,rv a- -a

i- our ZEALI t, -upply you
with iGAS.


W'Safety Deposit Beoes for Rent in Connoctt.l
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Uss
of Rentenr.





McMillan Bros. Co.


SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

umictwm of aid aipm *thu


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.,



MOBILE, ALA.


THE ORIGOTNL &



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A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sole Wholesaler.
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IL! ii9 l BRIDIES WIlmI, IMPORTED AiD Oi0.
Pail Jones aai Ecno Spriis Ccliarate wlilst
TRY I BOTTLE OF Cill 1011C.
PHONE 154. : 1' : : i. o. BOX 7


u13 RANGES $12,uConect d Free.


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GOVERNOR OF PUERTO RICO.
Atltstant Seeretary of Navy Allen Will
lie Appoiiite-d.
WASTHi NOTON.. Aptii 12.-Charh-.s II.
All n. the present af-istant ew.-r'etary of
the navy, will 1,( ti;-" fir-t civi! g-ivernor
of l'Purt. Hit-. un<.-r tnhe provisions of
tin bi'l Ia-'e.I by tLt hiou
\Vniii. the forn.! t-id'-r a'.nd ac-ep-
tan -te ..f the l.-iit1i.u (ct;n, min' : the pr.-idrti'i het -i igu- i. kii awvi that Mr. M Kihley h"a been
t'riziz.iii pr,.-c.-tur.,, t I-ir to indUic Mr.
All.-iiTo.- r.linqui-h th-. care of his pri-
te- in-tret-t ff.r it suffi,'ient time at
l<-a-t t,* inutail tht. ieW civil gpovrrumeut
in the island and thin Lrtte-r ha-- con sent-
ed to assuin u the new r -I,onibilitir,.
Catholic Club Damaged by Fire.
Naw YORK, April 12 -The handsome
building of the Cathohc club in West
Ninzty-vighth breet wa.- badly damaged
by fire t.-lay. A incnlter of wealthy
and Iproumiet club men who live in the
building hlad narrow escapes. The po-
hie estimated t- th dtniage at $2S,(XOi, but
it is believe' that the injury to a valna-
N-, library of about 25,<(K t volumes. and
th." decorations and furniture, will raise
th l.os to a inmui higher figure
Plagte at (Cawnpore.
Al .IHABA.1i. April 12.--Svi'al cases
(of plainr. have lbenu rteirted ait Cawn-
p Ir- r,.eintly. A 1. ~,ly d ,.\ t l p -,;:. wrt- killed. Tht arri-
,pi ;wlj 1 I f',,t'e of vtului t..-r, \vt r. tt.al-di
,,at T p ;,, ;:" thbe up -ii:,L:g.


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bfo


't4 II t I ,
11 p-ail s of


lit-t hight sriA saiw
2 t.*I take ts Ii lt. 2 h


The Best Fo Easter Monday


for infants
Nature planned that infant
should have only milk for at
least the first year of life. But
thin milk, skimmed milk, wi!l
not nourish. It's the milk that
is rich in cream, or fat, that
does the work. This is be-
cause fat is positively neces-
sary for the growing body.


SoI1'S Mlow
contains the best fat, in the
fcrm of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
delicate children.
They thrive greatly under its use.
Soon they weigh more,. eat more.,
play better and look better. It's just
the right addition to their regular
fod. The hypophoihies of1li1Me
and soda in it are necessary to the
growth and formation of bone and
teeth.
At .'01 rurtit*; O v and ti,.w.
SOi & BO'VNt. Li.cmists, New York.


A Year Behind.
A missiijun;iy ir t une of those out of
the way stationI l- here un1:il comlies to
hini bit :l ai v i :,r s: lihe s;b-
Scrile.s ft<;: i i d)l:ily 1.- -Zir tl h1ir ;ii: hlh s
Uil Of I !:tn I. llha t sl lt liim& :It olive.
1 -,, tI[ 4 l1 'll ill 'olikOt'ltiVe' Or-
faSt t(:: t r I'ti1'.1 vt l 4L ,iG ti v IIoflth
rei. l ]. !sT |:i;>l ti:n is, jus' oi ile y-ar
oibl. "In this \.ay' I ,t IImy news con-
secuit;'ly," heli Sy. ""arl enjoy a
iijorill'uI i];:<'" ill tlir.,;;:!l tIle winter,
for I do not allow i"-s'lf to read
i !l i i. Youll a'ii iot inifgil' \vhfit 'com-
pIany it is niil ho.w civilized I feel."-
Indianapolis Press.

lean the The Kind Y Have Always Bougt





Chocolat- Creamn Mint Wafers.
If your dealer has not got them. tell
him to get them.


Just received. 25 more dozen of'
thioe nobby pearl Alpine hats at
fifty cents each, at White's.

COmFE., COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Have you, tried Swans'
Down flour.' It is the whitest
and sweetest on the .Ameri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 2' pound and 12
pow und sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Deeatotur's Ginger
.ile: bsf .Mlineral HI'aters
on the market, equal to im-
port d goods, and only
$1.10 per dozen.
Try! our Freshly i wasted
o('0ees.
.I.4S. A'P.U'II .
lhl /crItlc and Rletail G;ro-
cer. Phone J10.


OPERA HOUzE!

ONE NIGHT CNLY!
Monday. April 16th.

"Set Your M- ney's Worth!"
T I -t V w'. -o f t'l I-'I-A (.'
THE W1 LI>1) FA.!Ol's


- "A
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I-.
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BL 7C K -PrtTTI


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30-Ebony Ecstasies-30
In a F rT, i.e ,f C('on ,Cm'dv.
1) I ktt' lii (,i.' w2L',", Buc'k
I; ,uince ; Swi et 1N i il, -.
.: : ." at 4 *, .- l' ik s ,r-. F'r.iav.


Tuesday, April 17.

A JCoJus EASTER HAPPENING'

PI.,' 1-. rry M r:.r'n, ,'f Futn and
Fainou Ori;ialk.


Murray Mack


~ N I~i ~I nv ca. et 2.. ti. Pr-entinig thet'Live~y Fajrce,
_________ .S (fji 'I ro'--IA ill ho 7 awio.. e m
*it. f- c-~i (ui~At -.!V lF in n ig a n 's B a l


N:!r H ii ~t r, ".apt a inoir'n
& .tn.1- it w.;I be r-apo'
'oi.. ? C.. t cvntrnc~td by
'j c raw of s64d V-t-.


Ha'?
B ~ A Nfl.
AA'4


lntroluclnsz the LarZ.'st. He-at SlnginLr
and i iS-4iIri. o"Ipztny JEver


- C 'd petcia I i uy-2
i of Pre.'t' .11OisA~. Al:Nvw kVLU I


Ball OUR


A RMQORY HA7L Lt AYfr


I,Chipley Light Infantry
I


The Chipley's Intend to Make this Bill the Birzs^t Secozs o)f ainv
they have heretofore given and will spare no ,expense to that end.
Admissior, Gentlem(n 50c Ladies Free.

"THE OLD U 'T-T ABIE."




Choice Family ronceries, .

4
Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213.


r:


O. Box 6.


said about W0C pairs of
long legged. sort legged,
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight lerged
all sorts of legged gar-
mnutet. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
0() pairs of pants in one
day is a good many., bat
what abont them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollar- a pair,
good cail-iinere pants.
' Some; are three dollars a
pair. good ca4asimere
panta. Somen are two.
three and four dollars a
pair. good wor-ted pants


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Hetail Grocery, E D 1


502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
Telephone ae8 0
A "Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
their Immense Stock.


- cheap. IWe buy ood pants,


TIME TART ,..
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RATTI.OAD.
IN EFFECT JANl'ARY 27. 19100.
No. 6. No. 2. No. 1. No. 8.
12:45 nootn 11:20p m Leave ..... Penescola .....Arrive 4:15 pnim .:(Xa nm
2:15p m 12:50 night Arrive......Flomaton ..... Arrive 2:45 p m 2:35a m
4:12 pm 3:06a min Arrive ....... Mobile ...Arrive 12:5M noon 12:'A2 night
h:30upm 7:4) a I Ar, ive...New rleanm ..Arrive 7:56aam 7:45 pm
6:tU p m 6i:10 a in Arrive...Montgomery... Arrive l1:20 am i:;)0 pmi
6:.50 a I 7:10 p m Arrive......Nashville..... Arrive 2:21 a m 9:0ua m
l2:26 noon 2:.Oa Im Arrive .... Louisville .....Arrive 9:12 pim 2:.6 a ni
4:ieipm 7:6an m i Arrive ..... 'incinmnati .....Leave' i:45 pm ll:00pm
ijsjrwz~MN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 21. | No 3. No. 2. No. 212.
1:56 ni ght 7:i a in ............ .... Pens.ceota .i..:. : pm in f:: p m
12:5 night 7:;.t na .. Milton I I) In I 5::' p III
4:138a in i::5 ain Ite Funmik Mprings ,* p i "?:10 p In
;:0uUa anm 10:' Ia nm .. ....... (tliple.v'y : p ri l'2:,7 p Iin
7:0UXa n 11:15)a nim .... Mariniina .... C::1 4 m ni 1':(,5 nooi
':15a im 12':16 noon River Junction ." p in I .l a ni
......... l1: p m .. .......'allahas-ee : p In
.. 7:2 p in ........ ....Jacksonville i:ii a n In


TIE DiTBI1L fEITYCKY !lMI W MTl


S.


AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOlIRt MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEI)MAN'S (LELRA'l E)D OLD Pit VAI E
STOCK. 12 YEAR' OD; Oi1) sILIK VELVET. KEN-
TCCKY'S PERFEICTION OF P'RiTY. AND
LI.'" OF OTHER RANI).DS W'HICH1
SPACE \WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
jE T vlj 'i rie-t and 11-zt Selectil St.1. 1 .1;1 \V' i-:\- i: n
Wines for Family '(-e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
Ir'Al-o A'.ent f, r t') i:tu' u. Pi)-t .Milwauk,.- ller. Fr. I),: liv-
* ry to every Part if tlcif City.


P. 0. Box l!.s,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


pockets,


money pockets


W liI

Solid ;t-; a rock. 'plainii or f:incy pat-
terns for s2.) *,!,:A! wial k.e p an ibli
bodied man.i !.;i-y ni;itt ;mid day, to
weari t!infmi n im- a ; i *. an for
.e'o, 'min' i..-w f.aii y f' a uin:ere
p.aret-. I.f *'eI -. ;: :- ~ i:.d eieased


kniei-.


ALL ODES SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. I

- Vooms fTr Rent by the Day, Wsek or month.
311, 312 Korth Tarrazona Street, Opposite Union Depot. I
O -Teiephone 68.---0 W. f, -i.11 !L ,
----..GEO. WILSON & CO.,-:>--- ti i,^ t .-.t f :, ht :r -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. 'v latroiiz" -.ur Pait:tr-. it
FREH VEGETABLES REEIYI DAILT. WHOLEALE All RETAIL. '


Hello'I'Fm Boardinz
at tim.'I 'i tilnt'i ce9.


ar.. wor-terl
imply great.
p:, ..


Sain't,. but w;ll
hertiao-er


CHICHMSER S ENGLISH
"NYROYAL, PILLS
A *p*Clam, Ie IMO i..
iiKED %at "~d zu.asc-'&mc'sel -&--
~~j~Ejtht,.%- rnbbe. To" e ote O&r. Refuse
bumagwrow Nubookude.. &ad am It..
Umanwfor rPrtne~53muTm~msmaiaie
v ~elv~ carLadle.,' in &.Uw.b, re
form M&iL 10Ae ?"Onumoala.,... ,
n SO? DTg- Chlphbeater Chempleal 4*.


JOHN McDAVID,
CURE YOURSELF REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
i s. s,a. i.' .,:.,. -. ,., CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
t,.,u.r' of, m.-',. :.... : AND TIMBER LANDS
TmEnqsCltVE TALCO. at*at r p ..... :... FOR ALE
meirmur.o **M^ r se. -
..1. 'r "r'"in *i Ihoans Placed at Reasonable Rates
iV **". T' 1 'ottl-. (. i
*' ,C,.r C .. ,t .u r"4.i t 2 ti4 E st Governmen' S reet.
EV C"r', r,,'tt t co,


THE


L


CO.


The Bi Devin ?ow Clotwes,

509-511 S- Palafhw @A+


*


PANTS !


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


SOMETHING NEW

-4'EVERY DAY -


buy pants for adver-


rising purposes-to sound


4.4


pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

h one; front pockets, watch


(to watch your


nights in


case Ioutr wife wants to see

if she is ,c/fing half of

your income e) pistol pockets

and refreshments rocketss.


A. FRIEI)MA., Prop.


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' ; Delmonieo Hotel and Restaurant


AV



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Pensacola. Florida.


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Telop!.ato !TD.


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71M tiny Capsules Sm superior
to Balw of Copalbe.
C--bebs and Injection&
TLeY c in 48 hours the
diseam without anyincon..










THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.


The circuit oourt met this morn ing
and adjourned until to-morrow, after
a brief session.
The cases of Sullivan vs. Pitt Mill
Co., and same vs. Vaugnn et al .
were dismissed.
The case for trial to-morrow i-
Ponder vs. Fidelity & Casualty Co.
The case of Geismar vs. Penuacolst
Electric Terminal Co. was di-|osed
of yesterday by a verdict for the de-
fendant.
JU'tST RECEIVED
On cotui'iguiter't. a choice lat f.
Fancy Veg--tables-Cele-ry. l'ar-ley.
Carrot,. Lettute. Large Tlur:il-.
Shallots, rtrawberries, etc. T bI-
sold at ro-asonable prices. Geo. Wil-
son & Co.. -Delmoniico Reataurant.
orposite Unioni Depot. T,:leph~.lin.- .
:1a2t
Annual (.laurhI Meetin.g
The annual nieeting f (' : ri-t
(Church Panr-It ffr t!h- alVtir,, ,f a
busint--'% will tak- 1l.w- <>: Ea-:i -
Monday. Api:1l i; at -t <'(i *k ; ,
in tti-e ti'i chi T"L- 1- a v,-ry in
portant iiI*stin:- ;i- : : t- iiatt.-ri" f ti;e
ni-w c( uri h i.l t,1 l di"o -'--n d ais ,i
a *ted upi : +" i st;' :t;;* :;. i:.t. r :-
thte'eftul*- :;r-1;,* J
MItS. C'Otl SON
(Offer. far .!,, E.a-t-* r -', i -an- -
t.,- rtment oI t!.< r.rar t ain a* -:
vt-.-ta)blos in tl;l n.t1rkt-t. viz: New
Tri-h Potato<#,. Snapt l kRt.- I'.... -
IP,+a*. C('-l ry. l."tttl,",+. I.,iu ..." .
,+Ic. A i.<, th v,-i y" li -" 1 .;" v* +
,.n htere. Turk-- a. i < C -.
Call and in *k.. yo, :r -,-"-. 't ,t
tonce. or ; --*, ..a tI : '*
phone No. l',T i -2
Re .Joi t ll .J. Jr ... r '. -
M unt.. r, t-o:.: .i ]" r !- y"- 'tr.* ,t.
ltalm t, InI I can fnnti .t ; -i-'^ t,'-


MITIl M o Given Away.
A* It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of one concern In
sALK). the land who are not afraid to be
It bk i .g, F. Caras.s. Alg;rs *generous to the needy and suffering.
It bk LiigiF.Carassa.g-r The proprietors of Dr. King's New
CLKAReD. Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
Nor hk Louise. 1.a. Larentsen. hb Pensa and Colds, have given away over
c:)ia Lumetw.ro. fr Herutick. with 14.7.c ton million trial bottles of this great
ft hewn timber. ? .-'t4 ft 'wn timber. 1I,- medicine; and have the satisfac-
.orbkToncorda.. alv.rasen. ty Rix tion of knowing it has absolutely
M ttoia.soen for Atns.-rp,. with 417'7 a, nt cured thousands of hopeless case.
luniewr., alud a: s*.'.f. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the Throat.Chie.st
AT iARAATIsMK. and Lungs are surely cured by it.
N'or q Deramre,1W79. Johanain.Catre, Call on W. A. D'Alemberte. Drug-
:t Lucia. tLo I-s tsacua Lumber tCo)
It tik Proaper,) c ,. Meghor, liavana. ists. and get a free trial bottle.
C .-rrt- Regular size 5oc. and $1. Every
tir i r%.ttila -:t. 4. (-oot'd. Tampico bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.
to Tranl-it Tran-,t '
%Or lK n'ira~- il .. osnsa-.---au Ur


I utm corer oku.A eCt~r1
I:.for A palftichtoia. iput ia) fur flv'isi gS-
tii and ditinf!-t .man
!t tak Pi.:t *Ns.l a 5 a. I Schikitllwt'. Antl
ast-rdain. tia aar'la-.-

A YE I rp t
llCicl Aitrrs loombe, Gar-- V~ i
to Bui ta-. .A Va t I




Lr_4 IN P14TY


... uW a" o-',a-r~




kir W.~urns a'-' J 1101. to VGull Kevae:


f~r iad~au.1-.I .a.s.to GuiI Tran-i
Ca.


I'lNE POULTRY.
At C. Corner'% Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell egga f nr st-
ting from the following ihro-d4 of
chickon-: DPrk Irlra hmias., P.ttridge
C()e tPni l.i,!it l'ral.iinac, WVi% it+-
C.-)cl ii-, P'lymu.)th IRocks, 1}'IWlt
L.- hrnas. VWynd(!, ,-. My fowlk are
from the very he-t strains to be
ftiundl. andI I invite th I'ublit to cAil
:ttid -,.o t:;y ('.,,ilt'v \ n) -- abtt 7;',o
title fow l- on lhai i F.-ttri df 1:;
eggr s for $l.)i. li, I I; ('il.I.INt-.
a tf Magr.

What ,you p:i for C('lothiii i- s not
hIlf -.o iiniportant as what ymu g, t.
" li ivt'-.


Thloe parti,.; guilty of broakiiL ,
into school )building-s Nos. 1. 40 and
7T n id nuitilaiug same, are thr-hby
notified that the reward of $5<0.Tl-re-d
for the arrest and conviction of any
one for br,-aking into a chliool huild-

iti or lcehool building out-hon-e.,
still hold good. i.
S\ It ,,-


statement. "AIt i. a po t( irs- ( -r-- tr BARK .. .. ...-r..
catarrh if u,-d v- direct.J. .---t-v. :t Ang-ea A,-;:ns--. ;-. Bar,-tto. W I. %% it- 5.1lw Superinteindent.
Francis Pale. Pator %t tr:il ... ea. 1-v-nen.t- I II Bvyer NOTICE TO CONi RACTOIRA.
Press. Church. HeleItna. Moant. *Nor Ccncordia. ,*'N. ialv-rsuni. cl for
After usirg Ely' Cr-a i I thF::m :ox ritaGc too Resolved, by the members of the
weeks I belit-ve mys-If cured of c-a- taurs l)unwov a ,ar to Laborer's Protective lUnion No.
tarrh. JAoseph .tewart,(irand Ave.. Nor Iniia. ix72, Jensen. to oulf Naval S14, of Pensacola. in regular meet-
Buffalo, N. Y. itoro'Co for Ha- in that the following announce-
The Balm does not irritate or cau-e wic ment be made for the benefit of the
sneeingr. I old by druggis-t at .50 Kus Louls,:73, Jane on. toW Keyser a public:
eta. or mailed by Ely brothers. 56 co On and after the 10th day of May
Warren St New York. 11 Johuwody to Brsthe scale of wages shall be as fol-
------- Nor Norm. 1l Mikke:sea, to Pensaeola lows:
Cleaning ladies skirts and waist Lumewrtco t Mortar maker, $1.76 per day.
tI one of our specialties. btar Laun- .Lun moer. o Johansen to Pea ,olr Common labor. $1 50 per day.
dry. It 6teinvors. 1tWO. lozzo, eld for Uenoa EDWARDI U. WILLIAMS,
Nor!-ig..id.i549.aunan.torattersou.[ )wn- a7-lw Secretary.
We are d-ing a big business. and Nor oleflde. M. Peterson, to order
it is no wonde-t. Wty shouldn't wte? Am V1odandi. 779, Koker. to BE Saun-
There is nto particular mysntery abo',t ders a Lo ,o


our success'. WAe always have the
right goods. the rijrht service and
the right price", and these always
win. We emphasize the honest treat-
ment feature and sell to sell again.
White's.
Elfven Men Drowned.
LOU)oN, Apr-l' 1,.-A.- th.- result oi
the wr -k ,' fa t ihing bota* ou rthe North
Cornish rosrt Th-. fihermnin and eight
life sav rs wr, a'r .wnti'l The life loat
went tAo the r..- a. of th. iniperikhd tijah-
r-mev. and w1a- up!'.-t lu Ith. attempt to,
save their i k->.
Ruaia I:enew% l Her IDemands.
YOKooIAM April 12-Advies from
F'oul, capital of 0a*,v, announos that
Reamia has prt,.nt-I tLo the Corean gov-
ornment renewed d.-nmand- r,-ferrmg t,
Mimampo.
Am Historic Building Burned.
Co.CORD), Mai s<. Aprnl 12.-The first
parish church, one of CAquord'. best
known historic lbaiildugs, wa destroyed
by fir early today. LI. s $'5.000.

Ourmi-.-ion i- tao cloti Ma-It an I
i. ,yS, from I aIld t,,o t- Vt.ite',-.

bir Tih t is- I. ; tonl
W a-, anJ i-. a 'Y. ; I;':-.: ;' and
t >r':lili "i < ,,,o: ;-! 'i;' !. '! i 1- a l- )
a rl-lt, .'**i i h tief ,'t -', r oaf 4 ,oice

HI- u o I a al--'I IPii .a: art o tif l<''..
Ih.t t hl;.v. a, ," ,,i..- I ,ionas- thr,,.:..:.-
,,ut tTe a't. -. w ".! !. i a ,ty. t .
%a Il. '.a W I. La l ?j- I ; i- 1. a I
ia },:2 a >* I 1 ::.. f -:r I
ce-1i hr:., t -. t i! I t, !' i 1 i. a i'.-
Vii-l tt l- vI I- ." i u ,, i- ;
He l:a- tel- I I .* P of lrol- r u a"'': "- t ':tk --. (' ; a -
oa'n Cr ir- -.( .* 'C t. -
noI alto rfck'-:-. ,; ; a,-th ''i-n r' th
a yiufatt tt-p1 4' ,u- f;ater lamn l'a ck, -. -:" : N:t'.,os tal I;i--
euit Co'.- h-se Straw-. Cracker
Meal. etc : K-nuedy'- i-cult- an.d
Wafers: \Wurz,-n 'I,-cuit Mainufa(-
tory's Vanilli Wafers -iermnant::
Anger's tGerian Golden Se-l r Eg
Nudein; Arcadia P'ackirg CG '.
Evaporated Apple-s. Peaches and oth-
er fruits. A .inall lot of those fintie O-
ives in 10-cent hottle4 i.setill in stock.
The "Little rtiant" Colffoe Roa-t,-r
is still on deck. running day otnd
night at the rate of a mile a minute.
to all contat-ntly increasing orders
for fne Coffe. Thoe hose who have
not recently vi-ited Jacoby's- should
not fail to go and inspect hi- etior
moos stock of everything in the
shape of lartable- antl f-tod product-
displayed in profu,.ion In every de-
partment of the establishlnent.
Nobby intrii>g Suit! for young ment
at White'-.

llancg'es t'I l*ie (;rip.
The cre.,te-t dan,,er from La
Grippe is of it, resultlint in ;'neu-
nionia. If roeaas-onable care is used.
however, and ('hamCilbeilain's (C',11..'
iRemedy taken, -ill danger will ba
avoided. Amoiing the t,"i- of tlOhu'-
:ndswho havt- u-.d thi*i raina-dv for
li grippe. w- ii.1ve vet to learn of a
.*tngle case having resulted in pint-u-
muonia. which -;owtaWS corclu'ively
that thit, remedy i- a certain preven-
tive of that daivzero,-, disp:s-e. It
will cure Ia grippie in I*t-~ time than
any other treatment. It is pleasant
and safe to take. For -ale- by Hai.-
ush lros. an 1 all rnediiv'ie dealer:.
J. I. Step.en-ts isa' a lai re assort-
metut of Qlid Sterling Silver ind
Roger's Kntves. Forke Rad S;>,.ou

Get a r.rw H-it from our -p:inlidt
stock 'f 1 -w sty' -: i'ts''-S low at


HRIGO4.
Oer Elly. 473. Maass. cd for Cape Coast
Ca-tle


SCsioKA. I. Brittles surpass all other makes-
Am Els A BvSeies. 5v, BHonson, to master peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
Am Hjalmar. 6. Axelson. to tuaster
Am:Hattle H Uarbour. _M, Erkine, toJno nut.
A Merritt & o.
l;r Julia Eitiabeth. 0', sweating., to ma How can we afford to sell such
te r high erade Clothing at such close
or 'oion!ee,,4C. I-ost-r, to order prices? Our answer is pure and sim-
P. ULCLEAUiD AND SAILED FOR Pfl-. ple; ours is a modern store, con-
aIAtl.A. ,structed strictly on progressive
sTnammatIM. plans. Our Clothing is sold on the
Falls of Inversnaid. Br. 17T. Hull March I'' smallest margin of profit, depending
Noraipol. ir. .11i re.nrock March 2 on a large volume of business. The
Kothoirneld. lBr. lI;( Cox. Cardiff March 12
Ruth. Nor. t New Castle March 15 more Clothing we sell the greater
resoiiiam ir. t*w. Luke. 1t Vincent our purchasing power, the lower
Mnre h our prices; that's tthe story in a nut
Wildcroft, Br. 1.4l';,Cassap. Antwerp March shell. Whites.
An-#tlaSchianflina. it. sad Msrseill q .Ianu 20 .
AL:attle. Nor. 12,7. ild Antwerp le-c 11 MILLINEI Y NEWS.
Adlat. raPd. ., at Table Bay -F'ob 1 -
Alfre-do. It. l'. .'d Genoa Feb 17 Mrs. L Cohen is Offering ans Spe.ial
Srmionta. It. -Ili7. ,-1 Cadiz Mar'h .)'
H,,lvia. Nor. tal oldM Mros. March ti I eadet fIor This Week.
11.-r, ranal. Nair. 51t. ald Le-r March lIa
iiantit.tt,. It. t.sid CarthlaMena, .Ian n 4 Spray Bunch Rosebud foliage.
*'hn. fIai.u, Ku.. *Lt. at Itsrc-iona,. 'eti 5 o lyv 20 cent-.
-ritr It.sd Iu I, rac=orn arc :-'pray Bunch Violet Foliage,
i-'ri;/ Vi lucia. It. :7:-- i.! Vaa-ncia Marcht l. only 2> cents.
'ahfit It. M:,, -1d tu iei a.-pt 12, ashore In 31)- I'atser n Hat I}cpart llle llt
Na. -ne' rar a orPrr O t ly er. Hat Department
;iuis t I:. !t !il .ia Mare1'!los Marchl "21 You will find ,o-nie extra rood val-
Mr tie. \\ atre inlukiv riomlll in tilis
Sit..i. r : -.:,- 7 '.3 i in.*kItn .March' 7 lTepartniiant for tile arrival of our
, r... r, -. l ar:-tnlad Nov a Eater novetie..
S:..'It .. 'a .t:t,,':'.- b In My 'Trinmme.ld at INepartlaent
S Jin 's: r 1s'- 1. I a. a5--* ,Own
'',' You calln tlv a nice- triminvld Chic
..,..l i. P.-.,' at. -r! .-., H-it faor $1.25. 2 .l 5. o ;tld $1.7i-, in La .-
\!,. -..,.- a I"~- *.' -,1 r-i"iIr ia>;.-- a!orn-. M ixe -d raias, etc.
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Easter Bargains

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S. I RACKET STORE.


25 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vesta, ;; -inch Solid and White Duck.
briggan Undershirtsat25cents each; Lisle Thread, our price 25c each or o, r pr i-.......................... .aie
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. I Yard-\Vide sea I-ia;nd Cotton
30)Dozen Men's Fancy or C'olored, 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at.................... ....... Sc
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts. our price 5.. each : i Yard-Wide Fitclivill- l Ie-ach-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. ed. mad- by L'n-dtal- Co..


30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk wt.ile it lasts................
briggan or Fancy Undershirts. nice: Pleated Bosom Shirts,ourprice$1."; ;pi) Pi-cep L;ate't ('ally-o at......
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all sines. I -Ca- lt!hiltiu'- Ginham,
match. We carry the lar_-et line of Men s W\, rra,At.-d .................
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt, in the City rc. iv.- a full line of SI
Ralbriggan Undershirts at 50 cents; at the Lowest Pries. : t r. Wait a full lr rine of Sar
Drawers to match. I 3-inch Spinv Plrclf-. our tdrw iit Wai-t: ,,.r-,-, are
10t Dozen Ladios' Sloevele(1p Vet price ......................... west.
at old price. f for 25 cents. or 4-:c 3.*-inch Very Sheer White Law:. Para.-ol- a:Td I -1 .ii ii..- ;at .7p
dizoii: em broidered neck. our pri(c ..................... .. S'..c fI t) and i .
175 Doz-n Ladieo- Mi-s'-s' and '_7-inch Check Nainsook, our Lad!in- Irr;dl--,- it P ,."-,.I,
Children' Sleeveless ... t, with price ............................ late-t -lhade- t i a t and i.
Tare Neck. 31 for 26c or TSc doz-n. ;;U-inch Vli ite nnd t Iolare-d All the late-t ,t%. l- It, I. 1.d;-'
25 Dozen Ldies' Sloevrol--s Vest., Pique. our p; ic............... 10c 'hilh:r nr' with silk Tape Neck, 2 for 25c or 3I ii.h t% I% t-C',,rd#t-d Pibl|ti'..uiir al-o Trs rol!-4 N,-w S rr:i-: Mist.
1.35 doz..n. I ice.... .......... .......... 1c t a .. 1- ai nd .r v:r .


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We Pride O'lr-lvf- on Having th- (i randt-t ain: M st
Exmiui-ite Slection in


S Spring aid Summer Dress Fais

Wash Silks and Organdies.

(iitatt-t (I~,'ai < r the Mt-.t C*-lkbratt.d ltM.::". .r .

S L-badies' Shirt Waists:;

Al-o a (;rcat \'arity < f


!.adis' Skirts andI Tailor-la'le Suits
J r-T RICEI-EIVED.


Millinery Department.
A As I'-ual \XV.e L-ai in 'vl-,o and Pric,-. our Mi1s.
Hughe-1 tho eliptad \ill iiter, well susrai.n hr
SItReputatiii r~-. n lp)-ti,-Date Arti-t. \V- are
*, Crowded. (ii-ve- o r Orders Early f,,r
YOUR EASTER HATS.


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

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

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


MATTINCS,


CARPETS,


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

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

Cohen, Friedman & Co's
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.


W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY,


IL I.N1'1-* k l iL- AN: a-P Y i L F. It -4 IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

ISA WED u'P Lt u i.L


;TER


Easter Sale!


Motto: Absolute Purity.


Working Night ard Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Every pill is
a -urar-coated globule of health. that
changes weakness into strength, list-
le-sness into energy. brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful
in building up the health. Only 25c
per box. Sold by W. A. D'Alem
berte.
Nobby Boyv- Knee Pant'. with
Double Breasted Ve'ts. at White's.
For Fly Time.
Me-sr-. J. E. Ross & Co.. No. 11 N.
P ilafox street. have perfected ar-
rangenient- for the manufacture of
rt e best window screen ever placed
upon thti- market. They claim for
it the following desirable features:
It can be rtamoved and 'tored
away at t 'v end of the fly season
without the u-e of tool-; the blind
a:td sa-sh of tlhe window can beeasily
handledd from the inside without in-
t- rferetnce or trouble from the screen ;
it is simple in construction. and the
price i-- o low as to be within tihe
r.-ach of a!l. (';ill and examine it.
tid leave your ,order for any number
from one to ti -" Lu:ndred.

ROS)S & CO.'P
WINDOW SCREENS.

Our prices are ta-olutely the low-
eat: tlh eso wbho think the contrary
h.ive jitiier not taiily tried us. or
thl:e hl:ve mea-nstred our prices by
:t:ose charzg*-d for Clothing of doubt-
ful

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Remember the Place,


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SALE!


Easter Sale


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.lfar~stoarti.
/3ea4'h/tarters


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mockv. e/ithr p efi,,
('all'tfd.%ee IIeirst/',

-*~ N X IT~la:Rth-s
nor cousign-. ?- *
~ sible ffor data:-
the crew Of seaid vesug..


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~ rrP- r.i n I .K l n ti a,;
l nor' c'>fi>1sgn--- "
uA;ri f T mni' -.
-g 105 S. Palafox Street, .r-,r'.,....
To w rAA.. t-r.
"T,,or'iM-.


,of I'atjibc i'af#-tw na A'
fayr to raishang sunamrsaa-r a:
II. f:a-' par trile-Sat. it a a. : ,
Y.agbt to ra-ject any ar a,i !ala.
it 1 P .e. '
Y. UA( IMFYIiv.


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Mr. BMll lIorv a -ti iki;g .. -.
G(;.n.r-l Wa.'hinlton, anl r -
phbotogrphi have Ie-* n imiis-ak.
produe ionis of portrait of Usa- tir-t
ident.
Mr. Ball was born in I,-ndrw '
Va., but early in life w.-nt w-rt :,- a
ner and was at ino tin a ""
Indian fighter in the army. If.. r ,
WaAhington about 9) y-ar- a ,a :
graged in trade, during rhI. 1o ," ,'-
his life-. -,ondlucting by t,- i :
siou a tobacco .tawd n tvh- I.. n ...


Nobby effects in new -i;rim,:
vests at White's.
That feeling of comr) et,# t
tion goes with our clothn.
merit is a'.en at a lrorn-i-: *
iq an object l4-aIm I:
White's.


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

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


YOUR FOR BARGAIN FROM NO- ON,


L.3.BU WE '


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31A and Kiaderigartcn uto now u1:
Its fifth terms In lbe reidones at :.-,
no.r of Falafox and Jacksnn qtr-. -,4
Lrane. on Jaokson. Termts 2.01 pr rr n.*

'IALE ANDI FEM5AIP N(EH- a.%.
pasres !or co~ilog.oor buminw'.4 J. H :ow
doll. principal. Sight torin .-p.r.


( ur 1 Sr~oW Fll*. anti FI .aral I
C Special dt-.:Xn. ordereda-l ar o.-.:
pbone 3,i.V

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Fpromptly Inful bunuet-i 'arostweimtI!l


THE ALABAMA CAMPAIGN.
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