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r ,,:.., fancy Eat-r efgp; Mrs
.-.... -eond prize. a lovely
S r Ir,. Each lady was present
.3 : prt-!ty colored Eamster ege.
(.. 'a Jill entertain the club

: 'i ,n- areout for the wedding
,' Max L. Kahn to MiesGer-
.1- -ntha.l of Lou.aville. Ky .
I.". '. Many of the prospect-
.*>- :a.i relatives will leav- heie
w-ek to attend the cel.-bra-
'" nuptiall.

i mnake m-niti n of buti fe-w
:*t :therings a. the u-ual f.---
i t'e way to the polenmuitiets
H \Week which preced-. our
FIaster. when all natur-.
.I" and di swer s i"tnii to, join ii
.* '. ;.< 'l;i ov thte Sail.re-
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J': -11 c(irele' the Paesover is
::- 'in-" 'l'o celebrated. tile -er-
r *. ImniefingT last evening at
7'. it-ttih El and will ctitln:io,
c" iniig week.

Itrate Men Fall
S to -tomach. liv.i uand k;d-
:,i .- w ltl a- Womeieti. a;.d
-!Ilts in ll 1)- app.-
~ *i- i t i*' hlo- Jd, l..k:('.t,'.
" .- .... h<, .ala 'ie aill tir-d.
-- !:-(j|l lwtj f.o elil:2. Bukt
.. :,.' t a feel like that.
J. \W t<:rdner. Idav:l.-.,
t -, :- "'Fl-ctric Bitt-,r-
t.iti fora a n iiai wheii
iltown and don't car#-
live- or die- It did
i ii- new titreiigth and
.- tatin anything I could
I 1il11.1w at at l'yth ing atld
*..-w t a la.e on life.'" (Onlv
,t W. A. D'Alemberte"
: v-ry bottle g-aarauteed.

I *-;::ir Fi-hel Clothing1 -
., *.v, ry re-pct to ina<1--to-
r,.t. See t.he new S.prini
S" .-, W hVhito',-.


SI'* of PasM tin 'Week
'-f Passion Week is lhe-
:-' t'..-'d with great solemaity
'- -:..iin Catholic and Episco-
,' .r.: ,**4. of the city, in which
*- ":m'.*atious asfembl,- at
t .: Mich-ol's church, the zeal-
*-cttr a~id his a,-sistant are
d t! tt, inr arduous labors by the
Y'"-... F, ':..r Aobot of the Benedic-
'< ull:nan, Ala. I-ast night.
:.'-,1 an impressive sermon
.'," -ive congregation.
h wonderfully roleust, ro-
.:: v .* which, with a deliber-
-'' :uu delivery, canUt but
Hi? sermon was a'l
S f 'li!,'r- through Christ's
"I ... . He will a-iist at tihe
.. :- :itt.t rnoon.
I pro ramni has been
II 'E-t*i-i.ao ci w' reat festi-
'I. ; -el'. AS tu aI. eitlt-
" V"e -well rend,. r.d. I,#'ii,-
S" I 'i ~-- will tIo. sung at tih-
-- ''l etdid i~ss'runitmental
1 -;t i'i.il ef ttliire< i i ti le
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S t. .,I'1.A.% k ." 1*:1', l a l .h -l at-s1 wheth e4r u ,l .,
t.... ti;t-y., -a t the 4 "', Cin ,ty -I .ar- -hI ulh be E.lcted dire'tlvy the w r. .
S>-'n- '-. l, .-T Ii..ItVtw nt!A ,. .1'id- c.d i;,.:t trhat ,-v.rv ...at,. etlect by direct the ;."!!, l. l ., ',- "
y- 6y woti,.-n carry tIw- ('cl th- a; ii l W, ,1 't lt y t ,.t't lw..:.':d an 1.1. 14 .
r<'.Put I'V th" .2ifi l. \vrI :- I ;ni' ,i U..i
inmlat. C inli t, thI Ii- i' a t uil tiin I ,' i,,ritv .,..l:,rin i, v.'hich was tirn ra .s.
t'uIi.pet-. h le men hold popsses, .ln ,mTT.r.,l I. a auh tiiitlt, was voted on
,f tt-h work- and swear :th-v wl. n11t lir1- a:-' w.s aUrri-d by an overwiehu- MRS. GRADDICK ON TRIAL.
give in until their demands are met. I ,:,,,-ay,, 13j: .. ?,).
One hundred additional deputies ar Mr. C,lis triedl imavailingly to get .he Is ('harked With Potisoning HIer
rived this morning andl thi. .it, riff an aye and no vote but ouly uiin. intm- Husband In IF'ebuar-ty.
hat gone after the militia. The ri,.r se, I'dedtll thendemand. COLUMBIA, .. C., April 13.-The trial
strikers attempted to cut the bridi The v,'t, wa then taken on the adop- of irn. Blle Graddick for pi. oni ng her
cable this morning, whereupon t e tiil ,f tbe amendmentbyvayesand eslle dick for p,g h
deputies made a lively charr- th. whole house ri.ling in support of the husband, William .1. Graddick, a mer
in which two of them were wounded. demand. chant of this city. ou Feb. 13 lns. has I*-
At noon the strike took a more' The resolution was adopted 140 to gun. Mrs. (;raddick was played iu th.
alarming shape. T1e .trikerd ht-ard The negative votes were cast by idock and plead not giy. She is a
tha military coming and shouted er. Allen of Maine, Burleigh of ck n pl not guil. She i a
defiance at the deputies. Many dis- in.. Oalderhend of Kansas, Furdney blonde, but not a pronounced type. a
played sticks of dynamite and yelled, of Michgan. Gardner of New Jerey, large woman. gitd looking and demure
-Th i for soldiers!" Hedge of Iowa, Henry of Connocicdnt, She is about ,. years old.
--- Iano of Iowa, Lester of Georgia, Little- Mrs. Graddick is av P tIs EXPolIION. field of Maine, McPhernu oflowa, Mann her husband, not in a fit ,f auger, but
-n of Illinois, Russellof Connecticut, Sperry deliberately after r.veral attempts, and
OpenigCerrenanitWb ithle Pul.'s of (onne-.rieut and Thomw of Louis- yet the woman's appearance suggests
Exclnd'd. i.lna. nothing rintiual. In ihe courtraio .the
I'.:'l- April i4.--TI.e expo-ition % M-. HE.pourn of Iowa asked unani- was a fiusao T co t to set aside May I for the er, Mr. and Mrs. William Kyall, aged,
was ,pened formally to-day. The sid t of the Niaragua nl r and r tabl. Mrs. Graddik's
inaugurati-in cremionief. were strict- bill. little child. alter, a tot of 4 years.
ly re-rvod. Invited guest- nuin- **I object." soiutesl 'L-. Burton of pla edf in laher lap.
here 14 ixi. but no provi-iion was Ohio emiphaticill. ere was something strangely unnat-
nade forthE- press. and exhibitor-' The houve the.n proveded with the rural in thegirl'laplpewranc. Her brown
tick.t- were dl-iegarded. ri.gular order, tho mesideratiou of pi1- hair falls over a foreheadon which there
The Anfiican section ih nearer vate soion h1ill. i not a line of care. In her eyes there
ready than any other, but the ex- '. is a reetlessness of motion, but not the
po'4ttion call be nothing more than a PROTEST AGAINST WAR TAX. gleam of a virago or the affectedliitless-
,erie- of iitu-i-elii until after Mav, ness of one practiced ins deception. She
a- tI! u;.z;ive power will not be BIn.lneoa Men Wi'll appearr Beforetoun- took a keen interest in all that wad hap-
re,'ad. dgre, ind i Urge Its Repeal. opening, but evnie'lle neither worried nor
frighteneiL
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A mtneri art. Ta. s inii itoe.
LwotooN. April 14.--A dia4patch
froti Rezt~ve *-a vsthat the Pope re-
ro tyme*eiv, d ci 211ty Atizt'icatit
t- r i 11-d.ienao- .ha..,l ie-tirvd, -,e
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R v.J,!,in :'.,-id. Jr.. cf (;r eat Falls.
',ot:.. rt .,iileIr tild-d l'v's (Cre'au
I':timi to I11-. I ca.n etilih.asize his.
stat'niileC:t. "It i- a positive cure for
catarrh if -,.-d *m. directed."--Rev.
Francis W. Poole,. Pastor 'Central
Pres. Church. Helena, Mont.
After uinug Ely's Cream Balm six
week.- I belie ve tmyself cured of ca-
tarrh o. J.sep h Sewart,(iraud Ave..
Buffalo. N. Y.
The Balm does not irritate or cauae
-neezing. Hold by druggists at F50
ct-. or wailed by Ely Brothers. 56
Warren St., New York.
Our mis-i-'n i- t- cloth Men and
lay-., from I#-ad to foot-White's.


Penamac(la-Selnia Fxcurielmn.
We are requested by Judgie S..
Liddon. chairman of the finance
committee of the committee of ar-
rangements for the Selma excursion,
expected here on the 21th inst., to
state that tne committee has en-
deavored to canvas- the city thor-
oughly for the fund to entertain our
Selnma visitor. Unfortunately, they
have found quiteanumber of part, t
who they th:nk d-sire to subseriLe
to the fund .away from their places
of business at the time they called.
And while thvy have desir. d to bhe
as thorough :4. lpo-ible' in their c:in-
va-is ,f the city, itif.y have perhaps
tomittd to call upIIon sI i oli wIlli
would gladly ha\ e ub-crihbd to tas
I tudable purpoE- Atiny erioti do--
-'iringi e to -uti-crib.- cmant do =o by li .i;d-
i iz the nllOity to atiy I l.ii)ewr of
tht' c(onln iitte,-.
crlh isubtt-s rip'Iii of $. a ntiti-.o thei
nt0-c hil!,-r t a tl'k l-t oi t!f. lbiy x--
Iilr-i.ln ia !-tior of tmir ibu1 -t.-; o i t I t
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-iI. .; t' :I h :I I !1 hd i niII t-#
a.i.l- :ill : i li tl line a. lia d io :1 i." :
toi -wi l\ow ;ali article in m y hi% .
;.ri. t*.i a tt i -t, ** yo ,u cz riy n
It- 111 lity ait all tiim N. W'# ke-p
,,''ly wi.,it twt ('al reCoieunm end, ald
we r,'c1i.ll11V t whai itly whatt w,- knoww
i- trustworthy. %When we tell you
the merits of a purchase you can
r.ly o1 the a-surance. White's.


WASlivi l", .Apriol 1).-S-n-irus 'on-
i*-..rattn 1is to b.e g16 ivn by lth'publican
in.inal'r-- of the ',,ummirtee on ways and
in':tui ;- trhe qu,'stit m of radue-i, u of
tih' wa:r ;- t-vr'anue taxes. Dulegutiotis ,t
Inittlgn-l.t,-. 'r*-w,' rs unid oth" r iaun-
':"l't'urrs *vill -i.tu!iir argruni<>zut .shoW-
if:' whly ,h,' tai,; shouldd hl reduced.
Afr.-r thr-, hearnnr. I he 'omnuittee will
ti.,' ulp the' ,l' -'i.in of tax reduction.
Tiher- is li':lut (I:i'it of the reieal of all
tibe pro[iri#-tary .tawnp taxi-s and some of
thi" mnllt objeitionprble d(lumeintarv'
tax.-.. It is not probable that here will
I' aivy reduction in ti he beer taxes.


Get our prices before buying Ice
Cream Freezers, Haimmocks. Re -
frigerators, ILawn Mowers and Gar-
do n Ho to. The Forbes Store.

IAittle Folks' Minstrel Company.


CHINESE EVADE THE LAW.
Over 10,(K00 Have Landed at Sauo
Francsuo Inu Four .kionths.
0N F'P.A. a.Isco, April LW.- -Thousainls
of Chinisep are I jtsing thO' barrierrs of
th-e anstoiulnuse and not -ni v are be-
iug Landtd, but are' being nwde' n1aiv".
bern citiz,.'ns of Cahforuia. each within a
vot" ant qualdifl'atitn-i to t piti,'ipatt' in
the political affairs of this city and state.
It is asserted that dwing the past
three or four months over 10,000 Chinese
have been landed, and of these about 100
a month have been admitted on the
ground that they were born in this state.
wbich fact being admitted, entitles then
to the right. of citizenship. Charges
ar made that this influx of orientials is
only made pomible by fraudulent eva-
sions of the restriction act.


The following is the program of BENSON'S HALLUCINATIONS.
this company. The performanince
takes place Wednesday, April ISth, Imagines He Is Dreyfus and Is Pursued
at S p. m.. sharp. Tickets, 25 cents, 'by His Knemtes..
to both adults and children. for sale Asnu;.vun.]., N. C., April 18.-Michael
at Coe s book store, Clutter's music Wson has developed a cae of insanity
hou-e, or by the children. There has develop a ca of nity
will be twenty-four little P-nsacola and laIbors under the hallucination that
girls an the company, all in full min- he is Captain Dreyfus. The fellow was
-tiel ('es.tumes. The management formerly employed on the Vanderbilt
pledge the b-st entertainment ever estate at Biltmore. He thinks that his
give-n in this city by children. Mr. enemies are pursuing him all the time
Julius Menko directs and manawe- and that they have succeeded in char-I
them. Florence Heinberg and Lillie n him'with electucity and avoid, 'al
Jacoby, two of Pensacola's promis- I ing him with electricity and avoids a8
ill pl s- a street car rails and all objects which he
aug young musicians, will play all thinks might oqductan ltilcunent.
'the musical accompaninots. ,Benson, while under this ballucina-
iROG RAM : tion, endeavored to gain an entrance to
Ori'hprtra slAectea the Biltmore house and swam the dwan-
.r'at l'art-Chorus hv '*." ,- 'orlipany nanoa river, thus securing an eutrancte
F, i nlin In i Mi Stur. 'Atl' ...iu: P the etate
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After the performance tnere- will
be an iunfc'rmaida nee for thle chiI ren.


CIIA- rA-,-'-Q'JEA. April I".'.- The 1 Phila-

pilay at the southern indau-!yitl ( .n Yen-
tion ia this eity. E. A. vr",Tu. rryp
=.rnrlatve of Oth- niuwcmn. is no-roar,. 9
iugz fir thl- display., tra ill hi1pr.
g..~thi.' can w'n114-'z.2 *i n thj,
,thf r forfeig'n iarKmt Ir will b-
tuei fir,-, di:Pla y th, P .1W11tin-
et,111a liaL ifladu in tile s-ntlian~d w:1 I
IMI(I.t- ieoxplain and Iiniv r wal.v 1 hi.-
trajte theforvil'uitrade it- (11,~ ,e.
i ,. llY in the 4 riernt.


8PriQ Fever.
I)',ri ug the winte~r. ex* i work -
tro~wn upon thI varn' u- 'irga rII Of
tI~eb.'V. pnriuL mnakt, thi- maul11-

p r -t~s%.bomel C. u-tip:a tped
-om-t io=there i-. dy-zpf; -i:&. li vui
or hid iie-y trojublc s*Lift 11,)ti
*w orth living. Thit -a theCf-tiiu'." to
tI kteHostptter's Stomnach Bitter-.
It iV hotter tthnitn .n-otlir -r pring
tonie iii the world. It rfeh-t
*tr-iigthon-. rebuiid.-. A Priiale Rei-
enue Stamp covers the neck oof tie-
bottle.


The Conquveror


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


-Ab'solutely Pure


For the third of a


century
I


the


standard for strength and purity. It

makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,

cake and other pastry light, swcet

and excellent in every quality.

No other baking powder is

"just as good as Royal," either in

strength, purity or wholesomeness.


Many low tpr(ce41. imiitilon bak in- powd1ers ara
ulmm the market: 1 he-w rafe madl' wth aluimii.
rind carc .hou 1.h1 intaltn touav usdthcm. .As Alumn
a, i4 poisufl. lic-. '21tCubt-*t~iktt iin ibc Igi.


ROYAL. aAKIN. PoWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NeW YORK.


PENNSYLVANIA AND

BALTIMORE AND OHIO

Reported That These Roads

Have Entered Combine.

BIG DEAL IS ANNOUNCED

VIlli Absorb Philadelphia und IRead-


Ing, New l4er.*rY.' sittral aad1121(1 ati-
Mfor'e'111341 obhi o l4l;t hwe. c-Item 4l
( unt roli I'a'ami'4I.N aiia 4 cA I Fleldts.

ho-id in Oni, -t ticly'hand i l;h;L i tihde
laitst few~~ (hay.E Lbv Int; ,it*,., ak if C ht-


DENIES THE RESPONSIBILITY.
Nicaragmian (Government HIas Set 31
Expedition Agalnt 4'otsa RIis.
WAsmHNUTUo. April i-. Nicaragun
has disavowed to the I united States tha
she organized and dispatched to David
the expedition which has aroused so
much concern in Colohmbia and CouM(
Rica. ieuor Corea, the Nicaragu
minister here, says timt if any such ex-
pedition landed at Bogota, or Beirm
Brava, Colombia. it was of a filibuster-
ing character andt mu-t have escaped the
idue diligetnce ob'lrved by his govern-
ment.
The navy dti-artin'nt Ihas not bten ad-
visd hby to I Detroit o f th, result of it*
visit to ,Chiriqui lagx,,n in search of the
Miiltomtolll w expedition. It is sMd tha
Mora, the ro,.tua Kiwan wh ha... beas o-
deavioring to irgailne /- in Nivragu
revolution against the government of


F,.insylvvania, i(j)ilni- .,nd ; Ohioi at:.l C. >ta Rica, is probably responMsible for
orhir rail.roia c,,mp.' p .- h iv'. vI':i ri-A, the expedition. In view oif the paciiL
I, repres.utatiions made by Nicaruaand
to a re'iirt hiar'. wh..'!l has I',n par*its dismavowal oif any intention to a-
tifll ".,fiin:-d. of a Lil d-eal by whicn-h gage in hostilities against Costa Rica ur
the Pn i,:!syl::.;tia .nd hi( Hl altitmre andi Colombina, the authorities believe arw
Ohio) ..-.,jiji',. u.t- I J.,it t .,. b thte that it will be easier to pre"srve pum*
Phid i and eaidirg t11:11 Ne in Central America.
Jer- t" '. .il 'nil" plan i. -. i.l toi be' la Gripp H iuccetmnruPly Treated.
for thi- fvn fi an I L. I,- "I have just recovered from th*
s 1:ui~ to) ,> !ai.e the' p..,. -i,,- and second attack of la grippe this year.'
liv:i o whiin altonlg tihir ,,'.'..,-u.. the says Mr. Ja4. A. Jones, publisher of
Ba'i..r- and Ohi4o Iu':u;; ti. l'. : ;. ,.l the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "In thV
phia a:',l .Readli:g i;;visi, ,:.r,,.:,lino latter iv'*e I us-d (t hamberlain'.
oi P, lpa t' B B',, Cough Remedy, and I think Wtr.
forot Phl.lpha. t1, t Lanl B,,.l,. N. (.oiasiderable .uccees, only being" I'
J.. w: ain( ib N',w .*Jer-r ( Cn:ral 1 vi-.,n -x- ten days for the former attack. Thb
r'tifd:D4g fr,,;n B a.iK i tibr)-k t1 h .e 'oirk. second attack I amI satidfled would
Ti .- 1', i.ylauia will w'qui- rh r.*- hiave been equally as bad a s the flrC
uiil'auiui( Jiv1r4L"u. but for the u." of this remedy as I
This i. iheme wduld give the liItiili:i:- had to go to bed iIn about six hour
and ('l.. an unilro.-ken line' of ITs own after being stuck' with it, while, iu
from New York to St. Iui,. and loul.- the first case I was able to attndj t"-
ville by way of 4'4iciiniuati. an'l would busine-a about two days before get-
er'uro to the PeniSylvauialab-oit"e ,.ou tii 'r)down,.' For sale by Hauua,,
trol of the Anbhrarite ooal tontnage of iBrs. aind all medicine de;al-rs.
;he Srmiiton Wilk~ehiarre and Mlaich
('hunk disrri'ts of P.nnsRylvvimia, which SEE ROSS & CO.
a,'. int dl;.umilat-Al by the N'-w Jerr-',.
Central. ABO'Ur M(.:P"E;NS.
Men in fin fanieal i"-1 h"rp syv that.
n.,rwvithstandlini the' r-ti.-e:'-, andI Even Croisett's Youne America 1.3 ho'
deluiai1s of I*-.lurore and (ahio official', for young men, the beat shoe in tb..*
thui deal is a.-s.ured. Iutd is in hu le wth world for the price, at White's.
the movm.'Cen-it ,f the P'. insVylvania anid
ialrti;nre and O)ti oiiimpanis fior th-t 1he tp'el. bratetl anger.
rnoergriu of th-ir iut.:,-.Ct. J. M. Clutter's Mu-'ic Hols-e ha.4
'r-i, "lit uw-e and Vi-. Proe-idnt ecure- th- agency for th WoVnder-
ree.-n. f i ri : : . l ( -, el.-,'l fil Sinzer Pian,. 'Th v hivp ji :
we. Bltine',r,' ,id a l .- r,..:rdinK fro:n the factory. aid ar, a el Ue flnea.
ter t:, t-fer ;. Ie: hS :, ; I r I nstruneiit. ever pim on the miarke.
1.4 i t thel prices th-'y will be sold at;
t i :! ,, ;, t r an e fl'111u $~25 to $ .5j
Md hi ,- ; i .. ",T -y aire ;ill in ol,'iie, v.n-erer d
S, **:-*-. "xtra il iartd-,inil" poli-h. iEfctti
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TO CIURE A COLD IN o.'u; *'JY (Lf/g, I
h'a k-- i.xat :,,-- Hr~or'o Q; nin- A! '- .IIlJ'stoI/ $'-kFinch.
It -t. ;AI d th' tflemoney ;fhIit N11-t[ (
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The' little Folk '- mrin-tr.l pl.y at ,
Clutter'-mu-ic hall. Adcnis-i,,on -,:,no equal. For sule at
cent-: ticK.t-son Fale at Cot'- and
clu:t"r-. D'Alemberte's.


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May objeck to gittin' up and bildin' the fire in the morning but if you commence with her at
you may be able to overkum this prejoodiss I regret to obsarve that I didn't commence
enuff. ..... It was a rather cold morning' when I fust proposed the idee to Betsy. It wasn't
received, and I found myself layin' on the floor pretty suddent. ..... I thought rd git up
build the fire myself."-Artemus Ward.


once
early
well
and


Betsyr-


Betsy.-


will build the fire if you give

her a Gas Range, and you

can sleep until breakfast is


ready....


Scan also sleep a half hour


longer, as the fire is started


instantly....


Simply strike a match and your fire is in full effect in one second, day or night, any time of year.


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Pensacola


GAS COMPANY. S


-wOver 300 Ranges Now in Use in Pensacola.-p


Ranges Set on Trial.


$13.00 Each


Connected Free.


Pensacola


t i GAS COMPANY


No. 3 South Palafox Street.


SMALL PIMPLE ON HER LIP.!
lit (.Au*, Denth of Mmr~ Adair After
F4ea rful ~S ifferinXa.
Puwx KCMT-. Ala.. April l3.-Mrs.
"Wifflia Adair, a f-orner re-i4 it-ut if this;
pbe. wa-s buried fromi the Baptist
ckurch ye*-trdav. Sit*-wa!-. the wifte
4d William Adat uw a iiA t lanta n a -
eb~l emuployred it the Deljoiiwh iat-
~Ae' works. anidd (ied W(4119iIIHiV afte-r
* rtherr ptwuliar illnies'.'
A week ag& ni- ,) t 'Hhe-r hu-band that I
abie felt an itching iT~tI.ol oni her up-I
= lip- He eZaIImiTI' the lip.l.but --onld
¬hing but a saiuall pitTikJElo.alb4 out
*a ai of a pin homl. The1w n rwtrinmn-
iug her lip Wan. badly Nsw9 9l-.1Ianivdem-,
4okyslater '.ht-(li.41 f r, ni t)hO. "-f,-t-%of
whbat the do't-or- '-ziud 'va' ua arbuneh'
an rwlip. 11-rI "iff ,ings wt re lyitieis-o
asdher f atnr'-. wNers, gr-t "I?]v elitor.,.d..
Jms. Ad~air %N as oiul1v ',4 yea rAiold andl
ww sqtute lbIyal:t'i-I viei CityV.

Qgkv"iivv. S. C.. April l .-Plltus are,
beinpotrf,-noi fC or thi.' 9Ifolol9itiont of
GOsswi Sh-asi'. n.'nr here. H. D). Wheat.
Fr"eimet of th,- Gaffney Mmlufoctur.
am mg v paiiv. i: li1Lproha.-44 that pro.p-
4ty with alarg" traet -if haud rn ieitht-r
4Wioof Brcm..1 river, and ig now 'irganiz-
Ug a (Ucjwripiy1,~'194 EICVI91thi' watt-r
me. Anl eltN-tril' jvwinver jiint w~i~ll1,.'
feWMandi plowetr transmitted tio Gaer-
207 SpirtIhlibur~z :wiid tlthe.r nearby
towam pbmle several toiwils %ill1w i
jeflujab.~ ith 0.11*r-tv1~1igit ~


MEONTF' Au .. Ala ..'Aprln].3-.T.P.
Ww-d.d it'itig a s-i-.11 m, lin-r~ha Iri:- 12
im~ here ati-i a, al ra. u. h oiTim.!e :11
rnqigumet t9'9 %im-iTiA.'Ti.lhrhmtvii& i(',.
1F.rtnv-vz)!h'i.,"I 1 2li. I"I'fit oiliiiscr-ref
iFt~v. It 1i-111i.1r"T!.) AIn, is~sarv
Anrt r Ef T I'.141% Cull'. t-ct. -,,
all @L i 'v: I'i' 9'-eu :11i.1j


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SUMMER'S WALKING STICK. ECZEMA, ITGHING HUMORS ( ommiinlon Enroute to Milan.
Aged North Carolina Lady Has It In Pimples Cured by B. i. B.-IH tie NA Pis.. Anril 1. -iThe Tb .IMODl fotel and Restaurant
Her Pos-vlon. Frev to Sufferers. ( .mlis ,m. rs a,'mptmiOd lq Dr. Mul i V1A
WAsmNTxox, April 1:1.-A letter to Does your Skin Itch and Hur -r and Jt-,ik orr VsanlBoechoten, started
Senator Melaurin from a prominent Distressing Eruptions on the.Skin -,, ...... f Mln ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE AL
citizeAn of Windsor, N. C.. information that Mrs. Hannah Biddle, pany? Do scabs and Srales form on *Yes,< e dog follows him every-
an aged lady of that towu and a grand- -he Skin, Hair or Scalp? Hav- you wheri." P 906mSs for Rent by the Day, Ileek o lWODth. (P..
daughter of ex-Governor Stone of North Eczema? Skin, Sore and Cr'ack-.': *Il'hiTt looks bad for the dog's mor.
'Canroina, has in her possession, as an Rash form on the Skin? Prickling als."-Clevvlnnd I'lain Dealer. 3H 312 North Tarragl a stret, Opposite Uniao Depot.
heirhloom, the walking cane of General O-Teephone 68.-
Suniter of revolutionary fame. Pain i the Skin? Hails? Piple-.' r -Teephone 68.-F0en.
The stick i~ iuagood state ofprtierva- Bone Pains?Swollen Jeint,-? Fallin "o vo levea men are Itar GEO. WILSON & CO.
"*Ie foDr or :: oulleve allmen are namrs 1E WILSON & CO.Y.A0
tion. with the exception of some four or Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale? ". n
five worm holes. It id made of some. "No. it some men have more elastic Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
kind at jointed wood. res.mbling briar Old Sores? Eating S..re.. I lc.i-. vocabularies than others." Chicago
rot. and hLa a buckhorn head. with an All these are symptoms ,of E.z-n na Record. H rEl VllL[EIBLIS RECEIVl 01ILY, II0iLFL[ RAIl "i
ivory (spping, Ulpom which is inwcrilied and Impurities and Poison. ill thlie W\h,-u vyo waInt -minlthine to heal Hello' I'm oar*niti Pensacola. F!lorida
the word "Sumter." said to have been Blood. To cure to stay cured t. ke a harn. or a sore. or a cut, why potl at th. il..ii,n',dc,. a.
put there by the old general himself. H. H. B. (Botanic Blood IS .l1, 'Y ..' e-'r a've which i- gartnre d -,- --
&ANOTHER NEWCOTTON MILL. wh ichl .aksthe blo d *rT t le ost heali tig oi titltit ill th fe Tr HE HEINE ACADEMY fF MUSIC.
'ommigssEon I.~ned to ;reenvll (o- to heal, thing of ei.zha to,-t D'Alemberte. Northmila'..
C inv-( t or. Grnvile Com- forever, the skin to becomuie vler ---- I .. MISS EVELENE M. HEINE P'
pany-Other nter.rise. a.ld thl. breath sweet. B. I I8. is W V make a spcial hun-s of 1 MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A-.,-.
COL t SBIA. S. c.. April l:t.-The s.sTre- just the remedy you have h. 1 loo, k- .e o i, I ,.l,, !iti, that i-, dur..hll, we.llII L ultur v i n i i .
tarv of state has isu -l a 'c,,uiiL.on lo i ug for. Thorouirhly to-tedi for :, In -a t. a,,d pe' fect littinw ; i 's hu-i- Place For Pensacola '"tem ; alu" uiti. .
.a',,iia nn olll ,,r r.nvill. tlh. c'p- yeara. Our readers are advised to, fro, f ttr ,rt wit s, weace or enaco
tttl j. : i.'. i, b* j try II. B. B. For sale by druggi-ts r.eavh out !T huv carefully and sell
ital<, ,,. vhi r,>t-.. >. !an s at $1 per large bottles (full treat- lw: th,- re-ul we display our BuyerstoBuy ro bed
"i', I;L-kshear .t;,:. mill LnT,:Ti..; ment .5. Complete directio,,- with 1pivk ,I thi- bht., irii you find your co' fnfortaJJle a,/ /r/ ,I
v? a (-f*. K, itpr. -., each bottle. So sufferers .:.y ov t i w agree;blyl ea-v wien you get I f I V *,
fr :,i6r1o t-,,, t ,. .. it. Address BLOOD BA 1.M1 CO., readv t., lurh, ;se. Tlie i.a who / .t Iha O "
'1- STt rni i : *,,,.. In.dI T.1 Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble w-ilk..s oit ,if ,.il stf i ,r with a new uyU, g.rer Ve. ('/ ,l/,,/ .,I,
gr.laph f. ,timy ft;>vo If'.i v .1 til,.d i ,..!- I and Free personal lme-ical Atdvice hn-in".-- -it 'on Il- back is ready (
9, , r,.t -.-<>ot i, ,<.n,;it:l .-t.k tru,- i iven. tfor ,,-iii. --- i,,,m e loo,, s f,,k1 i f! / rOn F inch 's al,,I


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One Cirmteruil Iteqeenflant.

11,! z-;(r pot'qit WithI reve-en~tini i we
T''. it l.: (Y ti '!c ri lIitnln I t 'i I Ir-o
f -- t"~') 14i t ;v ono9nl t f'l .A nv ea
T2 t-''.t'T' Ie imtrntreil. "I
:1 ii I:i'.t tvnn i 14 arib to ro-


Portal Dintinef iona.
"She Is inclined to aq'tuzae ,I gr4-t
deal of iImpoertancle."' said one '-oun n
woomin. "But I dou't know t;I:t I can
blaw hT Ier."
"~l.you ma rricid a Euro 'i .i T
"Yo. ut she ninlfrr4,d1 ,i A::i I,
coal I' aoaon.'--Wasliington Star.


Otur- js aan ever busy s to~re.h'a ,
i attratction-. eonmtaut. %'ar'I11-:. .ttld
4i-!bflndahble. that appt-a1 t't '9.-" I
Ineiim'i'iathat --monev sheIol~li 1911

IliF. OU It (II.AN(V.
I ro)f, Woven Wf 'ire andi ori'motaacui
Fencirig for A.1 Purp-v".e.


rI I n '" .U ,. ., 1 X i I t .T 1.01,w r y'-lT o u r s i n I o wa I
dp F'i i 9 il;' .out r ,. 'y To oulr sin I ow> I am agent for tho lar-ge t n,;::-
fortial a da N' -. .*: ,.at:*..i rwe l f:-a w:-i I ,u van l Ts T HERFT SALVi\ TnI W< 1 in the way of plaJ and ornan-; Lt,
re :,.-- t1, 111, r i- E T S.ALV : I T i lU IW(lliI ironic : dd wirI 'fel'("lig, rett-.eQ. va-0 -.
Moketd call D aid- nk:-niia 'n- Fanner Balve. It i-s ki:de from a etc. There is nothing in thi- iii,.
:. prescription by a world wide known : that I cannot supply and at nimaTIn
o etle,. ofi braim. ski.i specialist and is po-itive-ly the facturers' prices, erected in durable
Subtleties of re D. n est healing salve for piles. burns and workmanlike manner and at
"Do yo tiuk your new production ,s1aidh. ulcers. running sore- and such low prices that you will be a?-
lI to for a nlog ruu?" asked the friud. -kin diseases.--W. A. D'Alemberte tonished. I supply anything front,
"It Is tliiossible to state at this esr- a plain wire Iarm fence to the
ly day." nauswerd Mr. Siormilrton most expensive ornamental cemetery
Bazne. *The' mnenbers of our corn- i fX / fence; crestir g for towers, tree j
p~Iy are still In doubt as to whether T /f guards, ornamental settees, base-
tbry are to for a loun run or a long ment windows, window guards.
wlk."-Washinvron Star. hitching racks, weather vanes,woven
_- Confectioncry in ]i. 2-> and 30-cent wire poultry 3ard fencing. Sptce i
boxes. Try tl-em. All dealers sell will not permit me to enumerate ell ;
GOING DOWN HILL. them. the styles I sell, but you can see
People suffering from kidney dit- illustrated catalogues and get esti-
easce feel a rralual but stesdy los! I will repair your watches and mates by applying at Win. Johnson
o ,iality. T hey should o 1 jewelr, in first-class style. J. I. & Son's hardware department
of vislity. They should lo-,- noi tjph-ns. 914alm A. J. WATKINss.
time in trying Fo'ey's Kidney Cure -- --p -- ATKIN.
i. ... ...W.. . .t... A n AI..., unnn I. c tha \tb t ui, ,iri Sep the nobby effects in Men's


N--fit ;erfec thY leit-1-el,. it, f( inr ris
e:, j,, -.-thp -at i!.actiouthat 1!# 1ha -a
Ti-ig 1I.',4- khii n it. tom' lip hi.; hv'wII
1,I 1u-'i'n~: d* nh:1 (4 wvit


VJlUJUJ-i.AilliD
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The Well-Known.
Up-to-Date Sto ic


CASTORIA .
F-r Infarts an Children E N IZ & CO
The Kind You Have Always Bought J Z
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Bears t-me
natureue o


(if In.-dicille that goes. in a
or~recirt AEPTIfiilo-d in1 th i- tore is
pettectly ptin#. Pure- drugs moan at
spefedy rpCe.v-rA. Poo-r drug's meana
a rp I a Y. Yu w:Iint thp beat. Let
ug fill v.'Ur ipr*-Qci ptioui. and supply
vtlh#-r M ic~f-rro, v G1(reen ArCo.
'TePrt-scrniptieon1 Drunlri-at,' 317,


one.


M tN ICtmLMTER'S (NC "'.-
rE vNNYIfYL F ILLS
KIT' ii-Il
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:$-120-122-0 / *,~ CURE -
E. Government Street. ,( ," .
TELt.PHONE 281. ,,c -E,-

(OPERA HOUSE. 1%i
ONE SOLD WEiK:
PHIL AND NETTIE
^- ThesetinyCap;'.

IPeters C edy Company| They I
s me diseases with,* ; '.
S In New, Up-tc-Date Btpertoire. Tan ..W MiSOLD 'Y*'LDcL' 6G*0
CHANi;K OF PIA' NIGHTLY.
JOHN McDAVID.
PricesA10, 20 and 30c. O MG Am
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-_____ __ CITY PROPERT. F-!'
PAIRKBAL AND TIMBER i..\A

nevr a FOR eAL..
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STTHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14 1900


TRAINS MOVE WITH


rrption of :,tz


s:?KEISARE


BRABANT'S FORCE IS


MTercy of Enemy.


HOPEFUL BATTLE OF BULLFONTEIN


I( r'l-r%*fI l 1-b- 1. 'rit fi Ij )tfepaj-jt'- id IW'treat Toward
f.*,*i bit lfmn. (bp*ratorm Lad3*snvith-11..fi,~r% Fgtrenuchitig Their
1, It I lit Ir hIt.% 4s -lrie'-i Iter- 4I'thpltlt at lrdridfort Lomln lraIn


4 ~:.i l ~ ii. .i -4o :ira 41ruis
'",-Tho.-t=r~k-.. -itua


. -'~~.~~a' ti.ttrri


Anl' li)n e -.A Fro m F'auelpen.e-


Iittf h I- c trrir 1 1 (e I trElI Il ,-1 iti.


while Th-ldirim


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0OLD DUST.


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GREAT DIFFICULTY HEMMED IN BY BOERS -isi otits GENERAL INSURANCE: C,

.T. Tviento Sinl Tn. f iftfenn Hundred Ritia s at 2 -t


1 !) 'P: 6 V *1h- wl 1.11hirdlnIIIutt
L-trd all Jar
elO. u,: .. o 1],#-on li-arn A dr-2.tri-hu:g
'11. *t ( *..:l 1ol-i P .v1~


i-i wh.~ Iti: ;tilt- g-N';r--al 1ti41VWLUt
In. ::t L i r r-' r t v 2u -hive ii

*oa 11w. 1. sr : ii-tr'f t-t4,i qrsi ll, !e' 1:e 1na !1

A ke. P. i I ft1 11" jh.,t- f11 00111,1J.111:

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r- 1 ho-. a. o a fI f- ., a id b
rm or.. 1 *10 11-. '4W A'tIt-1-0 ~f

1:f4-r#-rti.e- Willi train.. exe-dp
do 4-;u 'f ithe.-fi'e-ight triuri, -111
%t.ilounaara I.ret SviurhtorII divi-t..u
i Trniutus-t,-r 'Wa14-4tt oft tht-
4! :iv t'r'.i4;nti -i h-em ant it 1y, tOlaf
tIn 149 I-lIsr c'i-iit of thiioi, r onV
I .t Ni-.eliha%-,- g -ft- imur.
1 ruMd- %'crio~es-Ay Hamiperedl.
.i~eIIM.Ala.. April 13.-At 10'
i% tb-.. nritrriitig A. .1. Fraz-r, vi
W-.iad.-ntitofthe .Birnuhigharn dti.-i
.1thi- Suiutht--rit ratilway-. -at~e--l that
T- ~ t-i t -Oi r-4- 11tt ill hit di vti il,
fia ht all trium? w- w*- t- Iurwrule ou
[i &1-,40 4e aar..that itb-I11e-i
,--r. aiei toobe-rug tille- ipllyra.ielv At tie-
,. o f tht-e ujwrrwmr-tile-uit 4of the.- Ala
-im rv(r-at 5-euthvrn irI, was Nett It' Lit
I I- hart i' P, r -Ii u'-riibuit.I i- e
rivr t 14o qniki-anid thal -2'!ajolo11ia

*tite-rn tmid ?',IAlabatuia (r.-t-At
r* anm zr. ,r!.- mt- .JINh i are-41 lii01t1'
*-Itr i-fitruafrirm-. I#hea_- JLwi-tlg Tratfin-,
!X Wti-jib iriii-r--f-'-a I-ttn.k
pr.r-ight train- him No .Piu- idi~-
No.i t oiii ilt I ill ..o


-re-mamuit.lt li-a. -vo--ctterelty-
-jr P-VeIe-il that )iot-ip rt- r.,- ha%.,-
0 at *thor I- r litit- ,it li lvii t~-w)iv
Sat till- point. T Iii
.j~ rit i- u--unll. btint he~r- .,
-t' cithi. Iirt~i of the. vi-e.ss
_0A- ite- Wtulli: tIoM-u.faetotthat at
-tat in fill-i rt.i- hliiIate-
C- i,- I VI 4,ftin itas i-xpre-'i cagenlit--


11t.111-%. 'itt tliet -mv. i-s- ire. t-i
I IX. I f n 1 13 W L-lt.

*-:-tutt- P.--rd-tt Pvwe-li of the
f Railwtiv Te-l--gru~sie-r,. Iras iti-
T. i ilti al ijetirted ouit iijtiaf Afi
1 2-lit -- .J.z atned 1.uok iseglig
Ih-e--.4t.11-rrliig the-rn 14l (other
111. fh-'it i--itnin the hope -if
'11-11 -of f wit.'o eN, .till errrnag the

WtIll igi mlt 4-U ouer divis
:1a- til.- Ktoxville divitiion

fir lt:.s1r hrailistown Tinme.
4 irru.. .. N A ri I 1:1 The
* .ijad tn-on-. 4sjtilt. re- r-- st-mn ruiowav.
-tnWau-itingitolu anid No. 36
~ ~ pa-ttCl 'har' itte toll tile
itig. he-sI mriill.u a -m.uc(lor
n -k-gular nacetitg pemmaN ~and
r'irl-.undl hat*.- he right of way.
--P-hug tht-nitit run f41 Al'tue 01

r. e? nicht were from One
r- late- TIai-1- tilliiipat.uij
I' t,-Esrms l rib 111,01111119


M itre l- lz nlo r-at.. th


1-11 I-lit 4iliC tratint ilelv,,4
-.itr a1" W iilliutu,- T
Lill er i iI trr tilt a


a I -iit~- hitt h- at

Mrr~ne-r urphy-1 thf
oi-l- Til~k- t ml li-an

\: t-l W N urpi t hein t
-rike i-il the S,'urhe-rrr1nail

t n hadi- 'rz~~ier. f1'! -I
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A!. i' -. ,I in i ti* r h ia itUart'-
in N.iata.l ..v til afr-,r ia heavy linm-
hitr 1-i:i-nt the Briii-, : i .rtiritig in tit-
lire...- ,!.: IA l dv--utlih i ani.I thw federn i,
ar- i-uin t. 1, lt nisuhingti t t.-in hard.
It nrw aipl..ars thia <(ein.-ral Buller is
a, \lhw il:it.r;h an that ,nlv a l .'rtiou
of hi-r. iluru i' at \V -* .r.
Ari.-al-, fr!:Ia .C' in, Siding s.ay tihe
I'..r-., ;are. liily irtn-. r hiizt rhe-ir | --
iit.n e-nit -,f Branli'. f, rui, ling Iarndlle-
%,,hlti :i.;ilrval. whi], s .till %t.pnszly
J 0l.1i;- ,I- \Viart.rv;l .,v -.-. fr-.,n \V.[>,:-:,r. w\ t-:-.' a I rt
-,h> l ,-,. ) -' i ,i:-riurl-,l, -. %.! tli -- battle
.,.iri;..- fsvrnl-l,- to thet f-ede rtil
X\',i'. I. I Iiti-h ,r .,p.) art, satld to I -
T.. F- r i. (;17t t-t'- 1 iu >lih-.h s ,r-
l r rh- ti a:' t:; thT no i < r--,wh \ ovli) iha.-
.- )n :;ii l and r,' (" ia v- ,tiv -rvice hlas
i ,. i; t tIt --*n.i a -i,.-tit te t.with,'ut
rt:i. 'fI- ;,t th- l.emilr ,.t IIl r.-fer-
I e t'. i] -:I V o l' ;f lT,-e-' . "h ( a ,' t t.
-, V, l;llt I' ) ]r! ,"lit lf h 0I' 'lt 4llllalm lld(
S;!I t,, rrh '.i- '| by 'ii v fir 12 days.
' -I i, itiI.ti .d ., 1 ii.,t'I w iil ti vt w isli,-
f1 II 4' !r 'i 'r-t t <- .i-,rIl to plant thl-ir

Ilor l-For thIe Irltlh.
IN 'i i'i .\,' .i-., April 12 -H,,r-e, ial
,- III ti ,ty rt i,, purv-ha-iin hn r-'- f,'r
-,- .' the Brit- ih cavalry in Si ,tli At'-
1Aj. Tlir-- .4arl-,'l- will b .-hiliop-d ti,
;ilv,.-*t ,n. whel-r tih-v will bI' taken 'ni
l.,aird a -'.eavan-r Mul.-. art- a!.-- IN .i,
l.,n'ight uip f,,r tlO' iiz i uirpiln
lIinu:a trt'ni,'rs.
lafl'nerms ( alieot Iw Curedl
t;y lI.atl appllicatio'ns ;1' they cannot
rI'-ah the- li-e;fea-. d iortioin of the-
-ar. Tlire is only ote way to cure-
'dl-:ti ss,-. a nd that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is cau ed
by an iniitlmnd condition of the- nlu-
--is lining of the Eustachian Tube.
,e-'li this tube is inflamed you have
a ruminlini sound or imperfect hear-
in.z. and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnessis tho result, aud unless
thl inflanmation can be taken out
and thiis tube re-stored to its normal
condition. hearing will be destroyed
forever: nine cases out of t Ii are
eause.d by catarrh. which is n)tl.ing
but an inflamined condition of the
mucous -,irfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness caused by
,.at.rr) that cantinot be cure by
Hall'.-Catarrh Cure. H'end for cir-
culars: free.
F. J. CHKNEY&CO., Toledo. 0.
S. lJ by Druggists.T75c.
Hall's Fmily Pills are the best.




Peppermint Cream Wafers, an af-
t,-r diiJner dainty. Ask your dealer
for them

, DURN AN Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.
N 1 by C'hillr,-n's fancy sui's for
. rly -print. ;at Wlhie'*z.

Boas the The kind Yis Nw itys Bf'


Medical Society. Attention
There will be a regular meeting (f
the P'unsactla Medical society a*
the Board of Health o0111 at
o'kc rk p.m.Tuesday. April 24.
Vi.ltini physicaus are cordiall'
iavi:-d t') attend.
D. W. MCMILL.AN. M. D..
President


E. M.tH-~. s. D..
tAfcretary.
1- ACIA.L M.ksAtSg F..


25mt


Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
kle '.,nii he p'evented. Choc-k- cani
ie plumpenut-d out. All this, and
: O..le c:,I 'be d-Ine- Dy nias- t,-e.
La.:die-, cAll on Mi! Keeler at
Itower %, Kruse's Millinery. on
Ie-.day : after that date at 112 West
<;e oreg r 1_2a_ 1 plw
Try THE N'E w Want Column: it
wril! paIy rou.


ce 40c Beer is thoroughly-
fermented and of ripe aIle. It never
makes you bilious as"young"beer does.
It nourishes, i yiLforates and
tones. Ask for c/ofr h teI on
draught. Order a case for home.

THE CHRISTIAN C4CfIC 4t BREWING CO.. CICINNATI, U.5.A.


Real Estate Agents,
PENNACOLA. Fli
REPRE9ENT TWENTY-TWO I F Till
LEADbING FfIME. LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
GLASA AND 5TE4V 3( BO!RR I%'-
S3RANCR 4OXMPANJYS

pictraI AunIts of tic EFOCtaIL
Uf~a ss"Uraice WOOi '~of The


00Ottv;:91ONuF'cv WNWI" IF-v'dn


von sTEAm DI)VISIONG
VI-, 41CO, I 'sI-, I.E;4ITIU147,TIN I t UN A
1UAW.WAY t')MVAiY


Pensacola. Florida.

*-)zi GOLAYZ(0

Grist and Corn Meal Mdills,

W. F. GONZA AZ & CO., Props,

CHOICE M. 0" 11,AN I ) I'l ).IE G IZOUND
STOCK 1'EEI.
Ptstronize, Hom nisldus.try. tor thisre is
0v-ri Y .'rvi,-nn v.ti ouiI h:iy y'or Mealand
Sipek Feed frbm tVie Hon.- Maznufac*turer.
for lpv --doind vou rcu tm&UIe orive indus-
t ry. Y ou. mneyia,49 s lft ri t h. o omunity7
anid vim inr t urn #%re imhikre-r v i elotn.t 1ed.
Iit) to-torini the home. manufnettirer yota
i vt4Ifl~rjhrl~rto th..cauwe*of lat..r. Von owa
, t to tb.tuluhyin Which you liveand
whieb e.'ntributt4 o your support.

uPunrraoV A Ta70"A'-1wTla


Tm!;t.i; 1.-ave. l'.nsivcoiafor tbe Littrit L LbUILtibkUBAL ~UAU'13.
Rs.N-u, !'es-nie.to 14.-a-li. Warrington. Nay3
4:'1 a I.a -,,v I eot #rnsm7:E. u r.IIMareeIlU5 (fc~reary.
:,C it arIII mve--a, Fort linrrrratiaei 10) 4.; S.
,j ~. a. arrt~.-al1t-aiCS-I N
3:3:;i ") 1. 4in ,% o eat F-en &s:rrtw-e-.i:t : 15 pm n
0l: i.p. ru. a r ive at Fc:tI's -.- aribiicuft 7 w p rPhysirju andSurveou.
1) ni ap ra :':'e g't Pt Fe t RF-rai.Las 14: i.S !
Ti-Air4 t ve,,.Fort kiarrancas for P s e-ieo foe-Ioa.anhs
7-, m~i.i. a--ive ut Pen!.Ao!% ..... S.:IF, a. n 1~A1-n -t.- n,412 i IN .8 u
HIt p.e m. arz;ve t 'eLiteoa~ cc!u ...... :4- p i Mil s -t ret-it iPhoue _' 7C
P.4 np. u.rr.ve at Penfl5oa ........ 45 u. m -
AI~ p 'mi urrvpt fe w' t iacrla 5. 1,pIApII ____
7 -.-% 1). wi. arrive at Pe.-sHCOIS ........-.o C7:u4.w UuM
'S4 p.im. arrnve a' Peusacola. ... k:&) p. wn' W m C isemx


SB'NDAY scurDT'rrK.
Leave Pensacoia. Lv F'ort Barranoss.
9 a. m. 1) a. m.
11 i. m. It m.
1 p.m. -'p. m.
l p.m .m.
Sp. in p m.
Sp.m. 4 p.M.
6 p.m. Tp. m.
PARE FOR WEEK DAYS.
Penqaeola to Fort harrancas and return 4fc
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ...... S
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 1So
PaS ro PO UNDAT
eassoola so rgI Barranos M Nary
I ard and retnrn3....... ............... Ne
Peaseiola to PalmIeto Beae and
Sreturna
No freigbt reecietwafterI:1I6. m.


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f fOT 211)1E GDOL


LEWIS BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Dealers, Pensacola
--- -. KNIGHTS OF x'ruAxAS..
.- Pensacola Lodge, No. 83, K. of P.


Pensacola Business Index.


China arid Glassware.


-Job Printers.


S .I. ISAACS,
S.1. ISAENRY S. WHITE,
%\ateware, Tinware and 'rockerv.
IIl ',)uth P1tlafov Stre.et. .1. S. Rob- Commercial Printer, Ruler and Binder.
ertit' 4Id stand )
Carpenter-' Tools and !Shelf litrdware No. 2111 South Palafox Street.
a i 'c ialtv.


Commission Merchants.


THE JA.1.COBY t;IOMCERYk


Good Work at Fair Prices.

Mfuic Houses.


AND COMMISSION (o. J. . lutter's


Ili l :lers if \WeV 'erIr and ( .tl itr%
'Protl <-e- of all iindc.


Music House,


i, ,,'ries and Feedu Stuff. The Leading Music House in F'orida
('-fl,- Roa.ter! and i;rlmier- and Tea and Alabama.
Blenders. This pioneer music house has estah-
I;:*frig,-rattr service. Consignments listed a re-putatiou forfair dealing and
S,-licite-I. low p ices. Manufacturers agents for
"thonI I,. t 11. to i'120 E. Government tre ic-lel.rated Krinich & BHach piano.
also Chicket ing, Weber, Krel', Lester,
(Carrir(Le .4Af,inufactU'erS. Smri'h & Birnes. Wiliard and Royal
Piscos. These pianos are direct from
.1. M. IIOWELL., the factory, anud art- not shipped over
(Establisthed I '*s4.) the country from one
Manuf:a(turer ot Five Carri:ages. Bus- BRANCH HOUSE TO ANOTIIER.
tgis, Etc. You can always* he sure that the planet)
iNepairlin- in a.l its Branches Promptly you get from CLL'TTER is new. We
Attended to. keep all pianos sold by us in tune for '
Horse Shoeing a Spepialtv. two years free of charge. Terms on new
1. East Garden Street. pianos from $s per month up.
112 aud 114 South Palafox Street.
.1. M HIIII.LIARD & CO.,
(Established 1 ) )Marble and Granite Works.
Mauufactur.-re and Dealers in Carriages,
Burigies, Wagons and Drays.


ielairiing Attended to Promptly. PENSACOLA MO'NUMENTAL WORKS,
Plh )e 124. 3o Et Garden 8 ,r-et. (WILLS & BROUGHTON, Props.)
Hair Goods and Millinery- Swatuary Monuments, Vaults, Head-
tones. Vases, Metal Wreaths, Trel-
MIcS. SARAH 1.. BFl-NE, lis Work, Kettees, Chairs, Bauquet
Holders, Cemetery Copings.
.Manutacturcr of and )Dealer in Hair Iron Fences ann all kinds of Cemetery
Goods and Millinery. Fixtures.
lDesigns and Estimates Furnished on
:-I West (Governmnt S'reet. i Application.
Fotindries and Machinist. Work done on Short Notice, Satisfac-
tion Guersnteed.
C. M. 8w-gNzY. W. J. Cosc;wovx. j No. 2 North P&lafox and 2' to 1; East
( G-rden Street.
( SG VE F C') .ANY.


IEngineer,. Machinists and Foun-1-ymen.
Gene ral Blacksmiths. Machine Forg .rs
and Sheet Iron Worker,. 'opr-ermiiith
Work, hip anud Steam-hip Work a:
Specialty .
ValvtSe. l'ipes. Pump-, Conn't c i,)n. and
Fitting. for Se-:im,. WVt-r :rmd (..a..
Palafox Street Whiaif.
Phone 1;7.


JAMES IIl (Gli-:S,
P'. Il ix, 414. T.-l -.lp one, 12;;.
-BOILER WOV hi KS.-
A f;eneral L.iue of Machiue Work.


-0-
Mll kifltiqof Steparn BkuiIPT!rs'Tank.; aud
-.lmvet Irnn Work Manufactured
swti Rrf--itim A Promptly.
sti amboat Wurkit Spiecialty.
Pilo-Fittingz. l-c.. I*:n.
Ico-amd.('o14 Storade.


I. %1. I %1 I 1N, V %V \\ M : ".
Pl :tla: eph'll t. I'a. .lacksoeville. Fla.
T11. STRAT'IIoIN I'E WV IRKS,
I e. Wholesale arid Retail.
i R. iKLvr.R. Manager.
I -lphone 3.'o* and 23.").
0. Box 13f;.
111F. GE.O. W. Al Il\ t 1 V. AND ('OLl>


G. W. Arras. Prest. & GenN Manager.
Corner Wright an1 I:vtyne Streets.


Restauran ts-


NICK'S RESTAI HA.\NT,
(Nick Apostle Prop.)
MEALS AT ALL IIHOLRtS.
Fish and Oysters a Specialty.
Finest Oysters in the City.
The Best of Everything the Market
Affords.
4 pen Day and Night.
211 South l'Alafox Street.


Real Estate.


V:1I8 E1. El1 EAl1, EI- r1ATE A G F:'wy.-
D. 11 1le W i Ilon.- NI tIna ofr.
Real Eslate. N-ntp and I. ais.x
I itie F.she-r Building.
'214' South I' e Iafmx 'et


THE I)AILY NEWS.
An I'p-to-Date Evenini Paper.
Delivered by Carrier at loc. a Week.
THE WEEKLY NEWS.
Published Every Friday at $1 a Year.
Has a Large Circula:tion in
We-tern Florida and Southern Ala-
ba ina.


It ia the magnetism of the values Suits for the little fPllowQ. with
we offer that causes the people to Double Breasted Fancy Vests. the
buy where their interest are pro-I cutest things that ever happened, at
tected. White's. I White's.


met, every Monday even-
ing at 4 at Castle Hall.
In Hutchbinason hall. West
Int*ndencia street.
lettingg brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. JDt)zvi[N,
H. HORSLKR. C.C.
K. R. & 8.


W 0. W.
lAve Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
SMeets first and third Fri-lay night In
each month. Visiting soveroiegn cordi-
ally nvitod. W. W. WATON,
S. tK. THANKI-. Clerk. C.C.


Sui x iu-la u aI Dnrns. Jlrug atm.,
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jcokson Stree


inWm. Marean, M. D.,

lHomeopathic Plysicial and Sirgen,
Late of Ocala, I'la..
Offers his professional services ,) tbe lit-
en, of Pensacola.
Especial attention given to toq treatment
of Chronic Liseam" and i)ifaes" of
Women and ('hildrtn.
Thirty Years Practire In the South.
Office Hours:-9 a. m. to 12w m., : to 4 p. A.
Besldence Phone No. 21.
RFllmr-Rnlownnt Rallng-Hoom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
immic TIple. nPlea 114

GRIND EASIER BILL!

To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
i odd Fellows Hall, Warrington,

Mondi-y, April 23, 1900.

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


3M. 3PE'T3BR.SElNT,
--PROPRIETOR OF--o

CRONIES SALOON
o-DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A saOA 9LIT.
Corner Belmont and Devillier 8ts. PENRACOLA, FLA

,Cold Weather
Coming. Send In yw
orders and lotus fill your bin before &
cold snap arrives. We will send you s
Sbet coal you can procure for either baknlag
or boating purposes at reasonable prices.


Telephone No 147.


}Tompso9, Olse)9 0 to.,
dealers In

Coal and Wood,
OMeffe and Yard: 8. Corner Zarrag~e
and Kailroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.



lIo C v Iitnmt 1u l Cd. uL

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

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


DUNN'S *


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Three Realar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.Eo per Day. \LODGING:
.11 and 511) S. South Palaro r street. Penuacola. lorida. 25 and 50c


H. H. IICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitterl

No. b South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o, Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Han4


sinIUHOK5 am


.-i. SLCA FVLA.


U i. 2J .,10C. IV.UZD.LALtA &A A& &A - - -A VU SJS A bS.SA &LSL


WASHING FEATHER
PILLOWS
Feather Pillows need washing once a year.
Choose a bright, sunny day; fill a large tub half
full of water that is almost boiling hot; dissolve
enough
Gold Dust Washing Powder
in it to make a good suds; put one or two pilovs
in, according to size, push them up and down
and rub them between the hands until clean. If
one suds is not enough, use two or more; rlnse
in .lear warm water, wring as dry as possible,
and hang them out; when dry, shaKe well, and
they will be a, light and soft: as new pillows.
Mh." P e s + ttak-n f.. M .:r f ee h K .1e1
"(PVIFWX hLLS fR fOL'-WOBK-
THEN K. FAIRBANK COMPAIV.
Chose". St. Louis. now VeYk. so*bs.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900. 7


NOvveTS ,never advertised hie buqinea--or
OGA NEWlS NOTES did its. sparingly that hi t custom-
Church of Christ. corner Jackson
nd Alcaniz streo-t-: Bible school,
p.t r r -. ns a an"ett 9:475xa. in.; preaching by the pastor,
,,..;i. .. -...,. ',.**. 11 a. m.. subject. "The Lord." At
\r,, ,,,.,. t ...... ,,,, 7:30 p ini., subject. "LLot's Choice."
,.,,, ..... .. ,', Prayer meeting -very Wednesday
I evening at ::k. Vi-itiir- are always 9
; + ] V- a I* atll ri Iwelcome+.
A party of ladies and gentlemen
S.. alit,-l tt.- E-carti- whil.. out sailing yesterday in the
.t a t: armory. yacht Belle were shipwrecked near
Rhode's buoy bv the inast of the
-titrk Wei-ketil boat ,napping off. The life saving
api.;ir batnk- tl.i" (rw at ttie I'. MS. life saving station
were sool ., *ll:ick Patti's the party.
t.: ot, ,,ra thou-j Ge;rman-Lutheran church,to-nor-
row-Sunday school.9a. mn.; (erman
*,t, f..r St. Michale!'s .service, lu::31a. mn.; English service
..f .Mr. MN1. H. -ulli-with Holy Communion at 7 p. m.;
.' r.j confession at 6:30p. m. Church of-
fering in both services. Vestry meet-
S..,of Jackasonville. ar- ing after close of morning service.
,- i.t ~ ad regi-tered J. F. W. Reinhardt, Pastor.
.,'.There were only two cases up for
v rite a lived tt.i- trial it- the police court this morn-
t1 e fi-I. itg grounds ing. Sentence was suspended in one
; ;-":-. ca-e and the other defendant was
M ack in "*Finnigan. 'discharged. The case against Henry
,!, attraction at the Clarke charged with being drunk
1;--f*day niitgit. and disorderly, which was contin-
ued from yesterday, was again con-
!,a 1nee-tiing of the tiued until Monday.
K lg at the rectiry "
S.. at. i'tl.)c wk. The Millihon Baptist Herald says:
The name of the Second church at
1 V ,--. Pe-ti6a;la'< na- Pensacola has been changed to;
: i-er. raeturrt'd t;ife *'l'ntti Avenue Bapti-t church.
r:.',",, ft,.in .t i tt'ns "rih.-re used to be trite between the
twoi churches of Pensacola, but now
Sl.w ', wa -pre,-ent-d the Firtt Bari ti rt and the Tenth
-. l.-! i,.!. by tl. Avenue are in harmony and unty
S .4.. t, a lair--;zd along all de-irz.ble line,.
Divine service to-morrow at the
t. rl, t tl.. t'.-IA- |Fir-t B.ap i-t church at 11 a. ni. and
A-- ,."'!atiln i- P. i Preaching by the tpat r,
j,, l',-,.:te, la the i if.h iFv F. Jones-subject of aorni r itil
..,; !I serlln'll-"'The Stonlle Rolld Away
'a i ''I from the Sepulchre;'" nizit, "W hate
T',. :" h'" !:- untd-r- tlh Alnael Said to the WVolen." The
: i.., u. t t N-w I- i. Y. P. -ervi.e at 7 in.; Sun-
... .! 'i.t.- x. "' i-- day school at '4:.i a. ti:.. E. 1). Hegz-.
.\i: .r. .up-riniteidt-iit. All are cordially
*. 1 r\ai oa,; i i I .,t\ in tnme t:* iti ited to attend tlhee- -ervices.
':.i t.- yv.Ard on T.Traa- Mr. M. (i. M1orri-on. well known
\\ ri:t street an-'w ly hie. di-td -udd.nily la-t tight whil- I
I'. Ut.rtt. I .1 i'i it fr' Ltn I. laurel H ill to Cre-t-


TWO VERY PROMINENT PUBLIC MEN


Owe Health and Happiness to Pe-ru-na.


R. HALLIDAY & CO.


Direct Attention to their Ladies' Cambric

aU derwear Deparlment!.


Roa.Wmi. Younjblood. Auditor for the
Interithr


Congressman Howard from Alabama.


.WASHINGTON, Feb. 4th. 199.
Washington, D. C., Dec. 10.1998. Pe-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.t
Pe-ru-na Drug M'fg 'o., Columhu.-, <(.: t -I have tak P--a
Gentlemen-I have taken Pe-ru-na
Gentlemen-'ve often heard of your
great medicine and have persuaded my I now for two weeks, and find I am very
wife, who has been much of a suffererI much relieved. I feel that my cure will
from catarrh. to try Pe-ru-na, and after be permanent. I have also taken it for
ug one bottle she has wonderfully la grippe, and I take pleasure in recom-
Improved. It has proved all you have mending Pe-ru-na as an excellent rem-
claimed for :t. and I take pleasure in edy to all fellow sufferer.

recommendanr it to anyone who is af- ery Respectfully, M.W. Howard.
flicted with catarrh. Yours, ('ongrpssman Howard's home address
W m. Younghloo.,l. is Fort Payne, Ala.
Auditor for the Interior. Any man who wishes perfect health
Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly must be entirely free from catarrh. Ca-
becoming a national curse. An uu- tarrh iswell-nigh universal; almostom--
doubted remedy has been discovered nipresent.. Pe-ru-na is the only aliso-
by Dr Ilartman. This remedy ha.- lute safeguard known. A cold is the
been thoroughly tested during the pact beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds,
forty years. Pe-ru-na cures catarrh in to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of
all stages and phases. There is no rem- its victims. Address IDr. Hartman, Cv--
edy that can be substituted. lumbus, O., for a free catarrh book.
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DEIATFH O F (F,


It puty (Colleet.or if customsms and
('Irrk at This Port Passes Away.
Elwood Haines. deputy collector
of cu-tom- and clerk at this port,


i. inb-r of defni(cr:tt I ft view. Mr. Mor i-o, wa- in h-ine-t died at his home on West Govern-
'i:ti l. *i1 ti- liori1in1g at .o here for a number of yeart-. It 'f ment -treet at s:45o'clock this morn-
S.. tted the- ctttliy conv.I- late he ha- ben engaged i teed ears.
I I, i ti" atP (', weltii. 1ii-rcatitileand imill bu-ine-- at At ; y
dalu-i t. Ala..,and La ur-l Hil, i Fla. Mr. Haine, has been in the custom
-, ..**- it: 'thri.t Church Ea-ter A number of Mr. Morn-on'- rela- -ervice since May 2nd 1s7sl. He was
H .iv omimunion at 7:3~na. il. tive departed for tlie scene la.-t born at Mt. Holley, N. J., in 1824,
: .t ilng -ervice- and l.ly v. 111- night and will accoiinpany the body and has served in nearly every posi-
S:. .it 11 a. iII. Chitldr.t Easter to Petiacal to- night. tion in the Pensacola custom house
-.. ,, :at p. '11. from special deputy down.
for the kaleidH.c; ic j:- TRY ALLEN'S 'OT-EASE, Mr. Haines has a host of friends
.,l 1" t-t.'r itt- to-morrow., it here who will mourn his death. A
at..ht-t mian prove. not ab-olulte- ^ uut "l n n, ru and hot. l" niumbther of flags are flying at half
S;tle%,.-s-wthat a bag I- I Fi the gett tr.-i ,.'- y. Ityf.u ba\ft smnartinK feet nimat to-day in honor of his memory.
-.c..l' a fe ulllillll llllltd or tight .lin(". try Alieini l-oot-Ea -i. It -
-ola thefint-t and ilauk% walk.ll)g asy. I IeAd Hot Front TheGun
.re will e preaching at \luisco- r,- s ewotll-ti., attiug -fe..'t Ingrowu ing
.rf n--.n toa-m.rrow ughlit a,l tister aad cals l pSt-. el.- Wa the ball that hit G. B. Stead
"' Cu,,g ll 141- s tu te i t of ail O1 ah naa gi o e% rest
S..lock antd at Malaga Squate anId -,,.mfort *l r .: t,I,. Mold by all Ian of Newark. Mich., in the Civil
at II o'clock ti.-moirrow fir a t t a, .t.- t i. fr : .-v.t (avo.4W.'Carpenter. *"'a,-t i. Addre.-. A.': .limltei, that no treatment helped for 20
f the u-in'-- h s of the a vear-. Then Bucklen's Arnica
.- t' (.iid ,e-t,'rdav (. i,,d,, Th , ihi,--t -i,ri -tt'le- in Iats Salve cured him. Cures Cuts.
-ed t-t y- Bat ruis-es, Burns, Boils. Felons, Corns,
:,y .lid tlee -ervict- at t.. iaI \ --it-e-. ._ .__ Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
";* .i ti E iA-coplal ci iri-h E 1Tl:It MO')NAV ItLL earth. 25cts. a box. Cure guaran-
S1 the day w-i- lrely at- -- teed. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte,
1i' ('hipley Light Infantry Promises Druggists.
-i ,,w window- at !. ;er E ver)tK l3y a G-ood I ine
,: .... v -tore to-day ;t:.;pecr :( ti pleiv l it nfantry had a R S & CO.'s
S' ti ot boautillllalud atd The i igtIfat ad a
i- i : tfid ,t l 1t pretty iJ'an'- ,I*uailal abo ut :., itnm bers at the FL'Y ('REENS.
l.. i lay.'d .;a- a -'ial armory l'a-t ni tt dtecorating for NOTIC
n. i: ait 2- t. .. t'-ir Eatei M.onday ball. Tlhe I hEiartlinz ho.es are requested


S,- ll to b," iv ,ii y it: boy- intn.'d taking thi- a grand
S'it>t, l a- t, nta po-t'lii~'d, i affaIr. Thl-. !i v*- arranjed-(l with
., e. ,t. t ;aiicltio n it ti, Mr. WV. T. (Gr-eni to furt i-h lhis hot
.- f Wet" p11 +lllllellt III+IIn-
I' #.lt w lll l,,to,,iilv tike t'creamll ch,,colate and wafers. andl
*'i' ,i, a ti t. "with Mr. 'To'ny S1mith to -erve Nei'Q,
: , *.111; tl ltit-... .. ... ,, t t ho -, ,i tlem e, l


\ \ ,,tetn ia ike-- mile-lntionI
"* ,- itl.r- inl:y ti" -i++ to 'x-
-- m ,i'- lV'- C 'l, ; nt'I # l -I

SI ~1 N i\ will a1: i rll"y -la-v'
-ip +f lr n -(ce--;Iry a Ilt


I1 c I | .l n J I I kI I "' ItI -" p s .. ... .....
will personally superintend (ispens-
ing th t-e well-known d*-licacie..
'lI'e bov- are determined to gives
tlieir trie'ndl- the b- 4t of ,'vt-rything.
;:lad ti-.- wh.o at'-nud will bt- enter-
t.in Iedl ly t t!.ct ('Cijpl,-y in, .a true
SInliut.try -tyie.


-W'i held. Ht:l :; i

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Sir Thomas Lipton


Was, and is, a typical Irlslt,ian and
Sa genuine sportsman, but he is also
a celebrated manufacturer of choice
gastronomical dainties, and a noted
connoisseur and importer of fine teas,
that have become famous through-
out the civilized world. Jacoby, the
well-known grocer, ha- just received
a large consignment of Sir Thomas'
celebrated teas, and cordially in-
Svites the lovers of good tea to visit
I his place and inspect and test them.
He has also just received full lines
of Bremner's celebrated Cakes, (ira-
ham Crackers, Cheese Biscuit, Oat-
meal Crackers, etc.; Dodson-Braun
Manufacturing Co's famous Jel.ies.
Jams. Pickles. etc.; National Bis-
cuit Co's Cheese btraws, Cracker
Meal, etc.; Kennedy's Biscuits and
Wafers; Wurzen Biscuit Manufac-
tory's Vanilla Wafers (German);
Anger's German Golden Seal Egg
Nudeln; Arcadia Packing Cos'.
Evaporated Apples, Peaches and oth-
er fruits. A small lot of those fine Ol-
ives in 10-cent bottles is still In stock.
The "Little Giant" Coffee Roaster
is still on deck, running day and
night at the rate of a mile a minute.
to fill constantly increasing orders
for fine Coffees. Those who lave
not recently visited Jacoby's should
not fail to go and inspect his enor-
mious stock of everything in the
ihape of eatables avrd food product-+
displayed in profusion In every de-
partment of the establishment.
For Over Fifty Years.


to notify the undersigned how many MRA. WIN s.w's sOOTHie 4SYRUP has
Vetoratl~i they can accommllodate been used for over fifty years by millions of
diturini the Reutnion. April 26th and mother, for their children while teething.
d2 gt. C. r TH N with perfect success. It soothes the child
27th. C. \ THOM'PSON. softens the gums, allaysal. pain, cures wind
Chairman Committe.e, colic, and io the best remedy for laarrbhea.
N,,. 3, .iouith Palafox street. It It will relieve the poor little sufferer im-
mediately. .old by lDruggilst in vvery
v le ft of d thi part of the world. Twenty-five centsoa bxt-
A veritable feast of gotd things tie. Be sureandask for "Mrs. Wini-hw's
for mlln all(nd boys. ,it White's. Soothing Byrup." and take no other kind.
SA BI SIN48 CH \NGE. lIx) Carpet Rpiniants for 75. cent.
Mr. B. W. Steely has bought the each. Mattinurs 15. 171., 24) and 2.,-
lbutcher and green grocery business peryard. The hFoarbes tore.
#of W. He.rnaindez & Son. corner of
Zarrao.-,sa anl Barcelona -treets 'he New Cordova Coffee House
atnd i- thairoughly renovating the oil Government street will serve an
place and making it neat and at- Easter Suind'.y dinner th it prom-
tractive. He hli-i- put on a delivery i-es to excel anythiit in that I ne
wagon and will fill orders Sunday ever attempted in Pensacola. (IGo
:rno iitn a- wael as week (lavs. H, early and aviid tthe rush.
-k-, th- ll- atra atae oof the pnhlhi,'..
H I-i tel" ,,pho i. No. 357. la. Th% Chiplew Boys will
r- celebrtd entertain you in true mil-
oe. -tw vte'. a $3. itary syle at their Easter
Ball at Armory hall Mon-
day nig tt. Admission 50
n Cents. Ladies Free.

o B BISS IS THil: MN.


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a9d 3kirt5.


\V- .aI '1t1Y
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CHILDREN'S SAILORS FROM


S-SKIRTS.-*

Duck Skirts in White, Black and Colors from
- y 65c to $100.

Linen and Crash Skirts from . . 75c to $2.00
/ 9 White Pique Skirts from ..... $1.50 to $6.00
The BHtter One- Trimmed with Brai and Inserting, and all
.-m wade up it' the Newest Styles.....

-3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
^ -. This is a Regular 7c Value.


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S C'l -. H itl-- i- t:i lian \ wh:, ,:I-
verti-f- P.r:s'aal i. lHe dJ .- it 1 t
alli i-et'VI y ull' -lppart.
NAVAL STORtKS .UI AILlKT
Iteporte-@ Daily for The News to%
Memars. A. M. M. Mon & '.
0'40 4: N.
W %. . .. .......... T H ....... ..... '
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MPIRITs TCK 'fP"-ri ,'!' ee, tl
1IOO natny peaoio- lose valivi t'e
1 t. lel- i exphc-riiletii.t '.x t-1
c'iiili andiI cold cire-. IThoy -I.u!
take Fu>e,'s H,:iey ar, Tar ),f1 .- it -
to,, LATE. W A. I) 'Aienmb rtt..
All l,-ath e'r suit (;ces, and i,.ta d
- itchtel- with leather linii!; at
\V I:t e'.
Hannah Bro-'. are agpenit for Ie-
Wees(' Coaigh Cure. I)iarrt.,'a Repn
cdy and Witch H;iz'.-l Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tiins and will cheerfully refund the
miloney to any one who ti-esa them
without being benefited. Price -".
cents each.
HARPER Whiskey i- liquid mntiu-
sic bottled poetry. ripe. mellow, re-
freshing and deliciou-.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER B(ROS.
Pensacola, Fla.
Some folks' pretence, to always
undersell the world are rather tire-"
some. No one ha- monopoly of
brains and money. It will be a sar-


Con-iting of Nightrobeq. Skirts. Corset Covers and Drawers, made
in Cambric. Lone Cloth and English Nainsook, Trimmed in Point de
Paris, Toreh,,n. Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. The UInderwear
represent'-d are Full Well Made Garments of the Be.t Standard Makes,
and wt invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Special Sale of Silkalisle Ve-ts. value 35c at............................25c
Extra Bargain in Vests at................................................inc
The above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
cated this season.
Ladies' Knit Lisle Drawers. knee length, for summer wear.
Bosiery.
It is to your interest to know that we have the best wearing Hosiery
in the city. We are otlering two exceptional values in Ladies' and Chil-
dren's Ho-.e at 25 and 35c pair. A trial will convince you of this fact.
Small Wares.
Attention is called to our increased assortment of Small Wares.
Aside from our regular stock we have added numerous other Newer
Brands of Modern Style Makes, such as Hook-on Hose Supporters, which
reduce the abdomen and produce an ideal form. Clinton Safety Pins,
Miles' Safetv Pins and Stewart's Duplex Safety Pins in all sizes. Pulley
Belts of all description., the New Batt Tie. Hat Pins, Finger Purses, Etc.
TRc Followi M Barnas for the Coinf leet.
All our Oxford Cloths and Sco tch Ginghams that were 35c.'........now 25'.
All our Frere Koechlin French Figured Organdies that were -old
at 4.5 and *i *. ..................................................... now 3.'c
Silkali-le Vests, low neck. no sleeves, former price 35ec............ now 215c
Extra Value Vests. low neck. ino sleeves............................. Ic
Extra Values in Ladi.-' and Children's Hosiery at................25 & 35c


w,** lt;l !hh, it falr assortment of last s.aon', Stmanlty
i-h.it m "ai-t.. ni-t- thiliat % ., 'Cii. I ome 'taro I-fore the bedt values are closed out.

R. HALI.IAY&T C.,
33 and 3.5 Palafox Street.


9teresti?8 Figures.


Some


C(apiral ,I the F'our (re at Itanks of the World.


. .. $86,047,935


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. 36,500,000


28,560,000
25,714,920
$176,822,855


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FUIDS HELD BY TIE MUTUAL LIFE 112 URANCE CUMPAY ;T M
FIl TIE PITYENT OF ITS POLICIES, OECEMUBR, 31.1899, |

Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
TiI. n'w form f io li'-Yv f Thel Mutual iLife Insuranct C'onipany of
N4. York. ii Fir-t TheI E'CURITY of $;11l.84-1.537 of n-set-.
S,.-,ii,.1 --I()FITIA.B.E INVESTMENT-
Tlhird LIBlRAl 1[. I.\ANS TO') THE INSUREI).
h- ic ll'l,',l :.- 1 w ll- ;,:I.%i ll i 1 o- f l I:,1,-' .

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CECIL WIL LCOX, General Aggent,
JA' KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. (. CIIIPLEY, AGENT,
P ENSACOLA. FLA.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---a THil:--

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDREHI. i" '- ,. .- -, (J. ? ,' .". :.T (<,v-


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LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

4 -Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-@

KREUGER & KUGELMAN,

*-WHOLESALE CROCERS.=
AN ENTIRELY F.tE'-H .ANI NEW STOCK OF FANCY
(;ROCERIES, CANNED (;(lS AND SPECIALTIES.
Trya Ouxr roldcn Flooco p loxur.
Sale-ro,,,.o -. 12-*! >4 E. (G~ove-rimi ntit Street.
WVareflou -e Cor. Tarragora and I. reh Streete.


Stanley Shirt waists'


Bank of England, .
Bank of France, .


Imperial Bank of Germany, .
Bank of Russia, . . .


Si 25c TO $1.50.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


II\i~l IN THIE IlilSE e


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oietistling N egrqw- oin F*a rms.
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t. i.'-iaug iiiih rrail a stha92t. is rapidly
t~akirig i'.t. ki. ~r:... a -4t i'11II'(if tlla.

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inag t Iv agricuiltural -t~atulj. -sik-J-iallvin
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BOER TROOPS LOST

HEAVILY AT WEPENER'

Urgent ,Icasage Sent to Roux-
ville For Reinforcements.

FIGHT AT DEWETSDORP


Severe lEuiagenment In Progress There.
Loindn ei eagerly Awaits Newp Frona
WelMener Where Dalgety's Force Is
Surrounded.
Lo.xvx, April 13.-Judging from the
lack of news from the front, (j-olo Fri-
day is being kept in South Africa &a re-
ligiously as it is in London. Presuma-
bly the situation remains unchanged,
though word from Wepener is awaited
with interest and probably before the I
day is over a dispatch will be received
from Lord Roberts. FArly this morning
Cape Town was as much in the dark re-
garding the progress of the campaign as
London is at the present hour.
Advices from Reddersburg say the
Third division, commanded by Major
General Chermside, has arrived there
from Bethetny without any incident
worth recording. The Boers have been
loacted south of Wul.xner and Smith-
tield district.
.tuonel Dailgety, who i- in command
of the coilunial for.c- surrounded at Wep-
enar. is h,.lding. out munielv Exciting
devel,.lpuinIlt! are pri'rable in tlho t near
future. Th,- c.ruc. rship i. particularly
atri, '.


Hiar s Lo!t lenat ily.
Ai iv. a~.,lrn. .\April I .-A d.t:r.b-i
ImntaI .t u't*i the Houxil i!- pitrvhi, in this din-';-.iti. Maiyv of
the t)i 'a I' thet-ir fi'lri- at lnitht lind
repjin tLeir l],tachnicut in the lumorning.
The Rouxville commando numbers 700.
A large bIdy of Baisutos is closely watch-
inlg t-vewit fronm tlhe order. Thte weather
is too cloudy to permit heliographing.
It i- rv'ported that the Boers lost
heavily in the recent fighting at We-
iwnecr. There is much weeping among
the woini and an urgent mnissage for
;isi-tanc' hats been sent to the Roux-
ville- commando. There was fighting at
Dewetrdorp yesterday.
The report to the effect that the total
British prisoners taken in the operations
southeast of Bloemfontein was 1,i00 was
atu error owing to the two Boer generals
reporting the, samne engag.nieunt under
different names. The correct total of
prisoner.- is under 1,000.
Sharp but decisive fighting continues
near LD-ewet :dorp.
A LITTLE KNOWN PACT.
That the majority of serious din-
oa-es originate in disorder of the.
kidney-. TFoey's Kidney Cure is
guaranteed. Try It to-day if you are
not feeling, well. W. A. D'Alem-
ber!e.


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COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Hare !tyon ried Swans'
I own /iour.' It is. the whitest
tind s'wec/est on the Amneri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 2., pound and 12
p/ou nd sa cks,. wholesale a n/(
retail.
TryI Delatour's Ginger
.Ile: het 1 Mineral Waters
on the market, equal to inm-
ported goods, and only
>I. 10 per dozen.
Tr! our Freshly Roasted
( 'oj/es.
JA4S. M'HUGH,
i 7holeale and Retail Gro-
cer. Phone 105.
NOTIE E.
NOT'ICE ( hereby even that the follow-
,1 g namedrl per-.,nicla:ni the following
described lots in thel water front of ttie tity
,of Pe ipncola. under thiet't i( the LogiliA-
ture of Florida. approved lunee :d. 1**4t.
" r-. M. A lll!h1'-I.O li bllod-," ho 2'.
.I. I. HootonlI.t- t 7. 17. b -. h ixk 1:i.
S:,i ,V -,- g tl'. f .i!: 'laili- will br Uin on
the .it i day( of April. i'ri.
S w I' HF,;.S.
r.. 1 "eW4W 'I ^..ll1.- ii. ..:i'i


WOMEN WHO WORK.

8T. Locis, Mo Aug. 12.
Though only 19 years old. I suffered from
pains and female troubles two years. Last
spring I got so bad I had to quit work. I had
to support myself, and could not afford a high-
priced doctor. I got one bottle of Wine of
Cardui and that made me feel better. Have
now used several bottles and am well Mv
mother used the Wine for Change of Life and
wS greatly relieved.
MISS MARGARET WALSH.


IWi i~ic-ELMfmI
tiIe4 CardI 0I


Many girls and women find it necessary to earn their own living in
various kinds of employment. Their work is often so hard and contin-
ing that the health breaks down. Their delicate constitutions are unfitted
for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly always makes its appearance in the
peculiarly delicate womanly organs. Constant standing on the feet,
and coming and going at the beck of a superintendent or foreman, in-
duces falling of the womb, leucorrhxa, headache and backache. The pay
of women workers is otten so notoriously small that when sickness
comes they have no money to engage skillful physicians. To them Wine
of Cardui is truly a blessing. It
Li tU' ANVISART SEPAITMEIT. cures them of their ills at a small
For advice n casee requiring specIal cost, and they can act as their own
d irecioML* addres"sat riVg:.SApom physicians. No doctor can do as
XMirIlni co, cbatanouga. Tenn. much fir female troubles" as
Wine of CarduL


Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
A8


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Easter Monday
A'I' -


RIRM'ORY H-1LL.
o4rl v zan.Lw I"y T*rxxz.HA

Chipley Light Infantry. U J N| f@-
The-~--^^-~--,-^/~-^-^ Ph ipl0y' It t M k t9ai t


The Chipley's Intend to Make this Ball the Biggest Sucev-s of any
they have heretofore given and will spare no expense to that end.
Admission, Gentlemen 50c. Ladies Free.

"THE OLD lRRlT.TAlRTEL ."

ICh il ller,

Choice Family G'racerie.,


Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


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


0. Box 6.


SOMETHING NEW

-AEVERY DAY, -
o--.A.T--(o

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,

XIi-Patroii.. New and Old, are (ordially Invit' d t Vi-it and In-pect
their nineLse Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NAbHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFF CT .IANI'A RY 7*-. 'Vi1.


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Arrive
A .\riv.
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BETWEEN PE.NSACOLk AND JACKSONVILLE.
N o.-:.N" A. S o. --. No,. -21.
I 1:5.- il~l -- It 7. a it ii r m i1.1:10, rp t IIIp in
':w I 1 -'h) 1 7:.;,( ii Iitl III t j ia 'it p III
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7:25 p ii lak. .r i .Iqrwt,,mI)III a

TETORIIALIiZt! IOKTI-,AWL)O111


S. A. FRIED)MAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOI'R MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD: OLD BILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
"WThe Largest and Beat Se.l--ted Stock of Bottle Whi-ky and
Wines for Family Use.


OUR





NAME'S


PANTS! i


i


Ball


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged. sI ort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
500 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what .,bout them?, Some
are a dollar a pair. good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good cassitnerA pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good eassimere
pant,. Some are two.
three and four dollars a
pair. good wol -ted pants


buy pants for adver-


tising purposes-to sound

cheap. We buy blood pants,

pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided


home; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(to watch your


money pockets nights in

case your wife wants to see

if' she is &'e/ting half of

your' income pistol pockets

and refreshmient /pockets.


WEI [111[ll *



a WOOL9PANTS


Solid as a rock. plain or fancy pat-
terni- for $2.50 that will ke-ep an able
bodied inani h'tlvy niht- and days to
wear thelml ouit ill ni ae.-r. andil for
II.", O-ileP niew fuatiyv ca3siiLere
pazt-.. lapped oam-ia aind creased


klipee-.


WHY. SAY


We --l a U Isiur" W(,r-te-'
p~arit- fo~l* a a pth~at arf'"!-imrply great.
lPatroar:z'. ,mt I'mritry'. it t.


THE


LEVY -POU


CO.


THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
ryWAlao Agent for the Famon- Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv- Thl Big DOWI TOlw ClOthiweri
ery to every Part of the City.


P. 0. Box 41S,


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


W :. in timely deallag with the pr )blem of re-
storlng conditions to their whilom form.
t Prenecola. 'may be made for many years to come a


le., mootad-ciasl mater.
OwrieC: Pitt Building. ill, Sooth Palt-
of Met, up-stairs.
PI'BLIDSHID BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-Ilnvrlably in Advance.
0 Year by Mail.... ...... 'f
&MX Moethe 3,
Thm Month*
ao Momth o
OMe Week, by Ca.'rrir. p*yat."M Modny '1
THE WKICKlKtY NEWS:
Pslbished every Flriday at s .I' per year
rFeta g free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Addwtising Rftes Furnished en Application.

AmNI,


ThM paper t o sfile with the
h6.SAN A VETis CO.,
tt ianMla. St. Paul. Minn.. wbenr
Serhin, iadverter and other: may
e-e It a" wee estimated win be given
WOpO 1Wor GENERAL ADVEOTISINl
FBISAOOLA. APRIL 14. 1900

DEMOCRATIC NO( M INNEB.
For Repre.entativms to I,egielature:
r. M4)ORENO JONVES.
J. EMMET WOLFE.
For Pieriffi:
GE(IRSr E. BMITH.
For Circuit lerk:
ANtl M. M< MILI.AN.
For Tax Collet'tr;.
A. H. D'ALEI':1 .1:- Tl -.
For Tax Awerewor:
W IlICHAI.-l-
Fo',r Ctunty Treaturer:
JOHN W. I uATE. .
For Co(unty .Inudge:
THi'MAS R. M11,'cl I.LALto
For School SuperiitrcdL -ni:
N. B. (0 *K.
For Clerk Criminal Court:
M. P. BONIIA-IY.
For Justice ofr he Peace dM I)istri<-t:
JAMES R L4NIDRl'I
IFor Constable 2d Dis. ri(.t :
CHAiLL41 P' BBPE:
Fr County Surveyor:
wV,.. BECK.
Frw Members School Board:
A. .rl.l'Bs.B .
A '. BI,'.NT, JR..
E. WARD.

1'.B. DISTRICT ATTORNEY STRIP'
%NUo, of the southern district of
Florida. has made his report of con-
demnation of vessels seized in Cuban
waters during the late war. showing
24 vessels released, and 27 prizes
condemned and sold, the proceeds
aggrega t ing $60 1.057.
EX- PRESIDENT CLLVEh.I.AN W'S
course of lectures recently delivered
at Princeton attracted unusual at-
tention, and audiences so large that
tle ball originally intended for the
purpose proved too small and a larg-
er bad to be procured. Cleveland
s. not quite such a "dead duck" :vs
his eeeteie have been in the habit
of calling him.


NEGOTIATIONS are in proc)ress for
the consolidation of the Mobile Com-
mercial Club and the Chamber of
Commerce of that city. the reasons
for the same being. as the Revi-ter
states. because the club now has no
secretary and becance "the two or-
ganiztion- are doing. in large mea--
ure, the s;mni work and it is believed
that operating a- one body they caln
dothat work better." lHow woull it
do for Pensacola'. Business Leagu-
and Chamber if Commerce to con-
solidat.'
I-enac *Ia v. M l Some days ago the Mobile Regis-
tl-r pubhli-hed a -tateminmnt of Mo-
lile's exports for the t nine iiaonttli
ending Matchli a:. 19'tio. ai compared(
with t-inil.r periods in tlih two ipme-
vious years. -Iowinigau ,ratifyln. in-
trea-e. TiiH l Ni \-. ini it- i--lii, ot
April li v li tht' :ir;ia l u e- viii
a ,-itliilal ("*ll;i-;t. :A!lv,. 1:1it, i1 ir t ..f
the exi,,-rt- frotm Pe--.t c,-l i. ,oi -
ir ;. ditffTr it in fav.,r ef P', !i-i-
t',L.a It i ti p ;t id ii.nit 'd., t:;, Vi ar'.
of 64Se 4p lAe *,'Id ; nit- t d;l1 i *ii'1.' 1 1
tl h, ,a iin' i i, t f t'!.- lI r ,r :"-

A t is; t! -.tii. t i ;t- ll:;A t 1 1.


M l fll e" :*" :i !, ll r l 1T w *li"-! t \ [>i n.!,i_
*xstr at, i- n f tir i n ll.d friut ian .
re r-l toi te i. t ,r..- ta. t ir, i t, thei.
.lr*-i e Ni i If ik- r llin a coe d l l ier i In th.
Af e1w . ii .7140% : >-intr ll ;.! :avI-I-
pam dt i t:- to r: n h ri- fi n:i in niduia. T
Jtu erell :it M, hil rii .I l i t,- i ,-isan i .--


growingfe r lbe Alaonnthe f t no a ho lootker hpotn eia
tb eltrai fl i taIto-r sii lilwrat tNi of thie
miter l fbbt 1t- %im porinxprtir ln'( er.k
avsmoMit i to n'prl fourtes n sciiia leu-
pthre fl l t- W-T1114 4.eL is n.t, the *atti- pg -
riof lor commerla*l oraiipuatlons w ith a
vaew to reve nion if possible. condition
count tor tbe fact on ., tiY otIter htypothIt-f.
thani l ta tei, lhi> tiurc i of hobili's -tippi-
are move prolpIfic than are Pensisola'., fur c
all otr tfctors in consideration of the
M tloTrehbbil Ihis port in a superior ig it.
TVImac rrmnains. however. and a coanu- il
o is of Mt*Ile*'s progress on scSb a lint.
iSir to kove Pensacola altoct-ther in
the rear. T"hs otbjert i s onethat might U
protfyt 'caimnx'onsideration at the bands
of ~ evvinwervi-sl orglaniztions witbh
Siew io mvyer-ing. ifpossible. condition.r I


fruitful source of-upply to local labor and
a potentfactor in the enhancement of that
prosperity now drawing upon th- city from
industrial development ca:1 other lin..bof a
general export bust.ness.
The Register promptly republished
the above, but neither the Register
nor the morning papers of Pt-nsa-
cola have made any mention of THEi
NEW,' showing, from the records.
of the excess of export. from this
port at compared with those of Mo-
bile. This singular omnis.4ion ap-
peals to demand solie sort of ex-
plination.
The timber merchants of Mobile
and Pensacola-and we might say
all well informed citizens-know
that the recent strike at Ferry Pass.
which tied up timber, sent several
steamers to Mobile to load that were
destined to load here. Therefore
the secret of Mobile's increase in
timber shipments is that she loaded
timber which would have been load-
ed here had it not been for the strike
at Ferry Pass. which, happily for
this port, has been amicably settled
and timber and lumber exports from
Pensacola will soon reach their fof'-
mer proportions.
If troubledd with rheumatism, give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does no
good. One application will relieve
the pain. It alti cures sprains and
brui-es in one-third the time re-
quired by any other treatment.
CutQ, burns. fiostbite-. quinsey.
pains in the -iide and che-t. glandu-
lar and other swelling" are quickly
cured by applying it Eve-ry ottle
warranted. Price. 25 anid .', t-.
For -sale by Hannah lBr's. and all
inetdicinie de(aler-.


KNl(;Hrs 01' HONO.t
l'e.;>*.acla't I& letgalitn to the Grand
Ixtlge at Orlando.
'Thie Grand Lodge, K. of H., a-
sentibles at Orlando next Tuesday,
and the member- of the large dele-
gation from this city are preparing
to leave on Monday. The delegation
will include Mayor J. M3. Hilliard.
Past Grand Dictator; A. H. D'Alem-
berte, Graud Reporter and (Grand
Representative to the Supreme
Lodge: C. F. Zeek. member of the
Grand Lodge Finance Committee;
J. R. Keller. chairman of the Grand
Lodge Board of Tru-tees: Judge
Geo. S. Hallmark. delegate from
Hope Lodge. Warrington. and Thos.
F. Wrigh:ou, delegate from Bay
Lod ge.
A telegram received yesterday by
Mr. D'Alemberte from Supreme
Dictator John P. Shannon states
that he is on his way to Orlando
where he will attend the meeting of
tae Grand Ludge. making it an oc-
casion of rare Interest to every niem-
ber of the order in Florida, and es-
pecially to those whose go)d for-
tune it will be to attend the Grand
Lodge. a,. delegates or otlerwi-e.
The reports to be submitted at the
coming mteetirg, the tirnt held for
two year-., are expected to -how a
I1most healthy and ratif.ving condi-
tionof the order in thi- j-iri-diction,
anid a promise of much Larget
growth in the near future.
"'B -tt. r late tl..in n ti v r." It is
be-t. however, to be never late alantit
taking Hood's Sarsadarilla to ,uri lify
your blood. Take it now.
'l. thing that is tailored hone-tly
aid thoroughly at Whites.
SOMETHING F NTIltELY NFA.
%1n -O1,1 Maid' tUnvention" at the
Opera House April I9th.


Oi;.e of the earliest. and. certainly.
tt t- most notable. ( f thee many en-
tertainments pr )jacted for the period
immniediately following the Lenten
season. Is that to occur at the opera
house Thursday, April 10:h, under
the auipices of thp ladi.-s of Chri-t
Church Guild, wliese pre-idet.t i-
Mr-. IH. iuir-.
"r'e corinilitta i:i c a!,ir.-.e ,if It .f
mnint e f ite-rt;einu:liit i- ( ;i''. -e d
of Nir-. Hryan I)uinw,,dy. Mr- .' car-
r.tt Mor-no. Ir-. VWin. Ht. Kniwle-
and N1 -s.-allie. l)uinwi ly. tind it i-




t' i" i lll i1 alle i ;i l i ec ai-* i ti

th- li -t 'i. i d wi !l %,,v,: -
t1i -" !fe' l ,.. .' -.' 'i '3* i v, t. i..

.:)" ;*- I!)-Ilintn r- ,)- tlih "t ;v -II
til a a-f '.lw-: Mrz. E. L. Wix-
w II. M -. .ia -.'v. Mrl-. tH-l lro'.-
natili.iil. M1 i-v- Julia 1K .,xle Va-
rinn, A lk ii. .Ad .l, t.'li;afe-.. i-;init.a
Chaiidler. H llB t l,.r. l.',i;:i -, t',or.i .1 llorv. s, i-
r ih l t!-li. . --i. i e liit -.. V lir'ie
\Vhit ilim_. Saiil, %%' ri.lit. Pattrie
li k-rF.k.' l ; I i l 'o.ke EtIhel .l U*I u r.
NI I-- i'r.ater. M i-- (< i;d-takt .
Mi.-s 4( lii. Mit-. (oeiCe4 .M|i
Row,. Mi (N Atinttni;ini; ariil .- -s r.
Charles Sini)Qponl and F-rank Rol-
will r,nden v.iluable af -istazi',.
With such a Coiitttee a tlt -uit'i
an array of "-talent" the re-iults can-
not but be satisfact-,ry. The appli-
cation of parliamentary rules and
ages to such an assellblage will he
the only obstacle to complete suc-
ces-. and the selection of the presid-
ing officer of the "convention," the
only difftcalty that confronts the
Ilmaniagetmlent.
D)-i not fail to read the advertise-
ment of TEETHINA in this paper.
We make Clothing to order, and
re-resent M. B )rn & Co.. Chicain.


SAooP\s


In stomach trouble;, has a -t magic
touch," promptly relieves distress and
all other dyspeptic symptoms. It makes
rich, pure blood, gives strong, steady nerves.


CREATES AN APPETITE, AIDS DIGESTION.


AMONG THE


BUSY BUILDERS


Work of the Week Done By
Union Men.

An Interesting Rep rt n New Bu ild-
Ings. Repairs and General Im-
provenments. Reported Business
News by the Efficient for The
Agent of the Carpenterb* Union.


J. W. Sutherland has completed a
neat enclosure around the Laneford
family lot in St. Michael s ceme-
tery.
A new five-room cottage is in
course of erection on West Garden
between DeVilliers and Coyle
streets. for Chas. M. Holtnian.
Some slight repairs at tie Rosazco
residence. 51s North Palafox street,
and some lattice work at the Childs
dwelling on Stoddart's avenue have
been completed by J. Willock.
The beautiful residence of Thos.
B. Turner was completed to-day.
Contractor M. J. Clark has dome a
neat job, and the building throuiih-
out has many attractive feature-
The old building occupied by Joe
James. corner Zarrago-sa and Bay-
len streets, has been torn down to
make room for a large brick building
for J. S. Borelli. The work is con-
tracted to A. V. C lubbs.
B. WV. Seely, a member of Local
Union No. 74, has for the present
quit the trade and establi-hed him-
self in the commission business, plus
a meat market, at the corner of Z ir-
ragossa and Barcelona streets.
Workmen are tearing down the
old house, corner of Intendencia and
Reus streets, preparatory to building
three new cottages for Chri-. Thie-
sen.
A. W. Olsen is building a new bi ick
sidewalk in front of the property
owned by Mrs. McIntyre, 22 to 25
South Tarragona street.
Since last reported the Pitt Mill
Co. have sent out from their carpen-
ter shop the following: Eighty-seven
door and window frames, a great
deal of turned and scroll work for
various jobs around town, two beau-
tiful pulpit stands for St. Michael'-
church, one large catalogue ca-e for
J. M. Clutter and four beautiful
cedar chets..
J. M. Croua has completf-d the
Charle. Johnon reziJctrce on East
LaRua street.
Thos F. Wrighton's painter- !..vt-
.rn1.t( d the following work
painting and rapering at the K. of
P. hall. painting and paperinig at
the dwelling occupied tby G(forge
L appington on North Reus street.
painting and glazing at their Mer-
chants hotel, painting and pipering
at the dwelling occupied by Mr.
Yarbroughl on East Oovermi,,nt'
street. painting at residence of J.
MN. Burrows. East Goverunienit
-treet, ii.ppered one roiomn fto- lrs.
Bi-chop. 9111 North Florida Blnica
-treet.
"See those housps?.' sai i a citizen
to the writer recently; "the ow tner
thought at the time that he was get-
tir a cheap job. but we tlink dif-I
fr-rently. The building.; have not!
beer, completed but a few years. rind
ri-iht iow they need r-epair. See
how they hav- settl(-d out ot -ha4p;
brick iniust have beepi i earee at that
time, for there is not more th'tn half
!tl"liwl in tihe piers t o make a suhb-
'alitial foiPit, atiior. 'Y4 1 c i ? t al. ; l
:iu th.- I. or of one roomin : i -Li ,ke
it -e en- tire l -: tilh t i1 l ;t |i* i -l the
fraiet i- e intir,-ly tio lit !:t. L'..k
it ti.e -hini l.:l-s oil the re,,-f: th r-i ;ar-
h 1t- f t '-ii il oii and '1 l. .I- I1-
*! ,>. -v\-i |)t("fc ill- :'Ai;!a '% V
ll ei : e t
tn; 1V*,i' ;i~l,| tVl "v ie . 1 -\ :il -



, m ~,i le -e ;. 1 ti T 'l wi hil
airi-t : : ';'-,, i-.. *id i i-til -- t: v- ,''t
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,'lt te' ,o :dl t !he bII h iih ai(1 i,-
i.ril i'tl hi ii -onti -t -tyle: s. w!.i tnlt
Sle it- 'I'll r


NI'Ts' 10c. PEt POI NI).
.LicO',)'v ha- .'>0l to l)i0 p ,'l)tunli
It~aliali ('he-tintis miil Choice. Hazel-
nuts. which he is offering, t)o elh)*-'
eout, at l cet-nts per pound. 7:at!
Fine furnitture in sum mer
styles, including Wicker
rockers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is com-
plete. Don't buy anything
in furniture until you have
xseeli Marston Finch's
stock.
The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the


Musical People, Attention.
The J. M. Clutter Music House is
receiving daily new pianos and have
in stock at present a full and com-
plete line of some of the most cele-
brated pianos of the day. The fa-
mous Kranich & Bach, the cele-
brated Lester and the world re-
nouned Crown, the old reliable
Royal and Smith & Barnes pianos
are all on our floors, giving purchas-
ers or intending purchasers an ex-
ceptional opportunity to select pi-
anos from the cheapest known reli-
able make to the most famous
makes.
In addition to all the above, we
have a large number of slightly used
Upright pianos; some of them have
only been rented a few months,
on which the purchaser can save
from $20 to $50, and on these second
hand pianos we can make terms as
low as $4 per month and up.
With all pianos sold we give an
elegant scarf, stool, instruction book,
$5 worth of music and two years'
tuning free, and we guarantee that
the manufacturers guarantee will be
made good in every instance in case
of the slightest defect whatever.
We cheerfully show the merits of'
these different pianos and respect-
fully invite tlhe public to call and
examine, whether you intend buy-
ing at pre-ent or not.
We will rent you a piano for a few
dollars per month and the rent can
apply on sale if piano is bought.
Call early for first choice.
J. M. CLIrTER'S Mil sic HOUSE,
112 and 114 S. Palafox street.


WILat a Dreadful Thing it is to wake
up in the night hufleririg from chol-
era morbus, and yet cases of this
kind are very common. The trouble,
however, will never become serious
if you keep a bottleof PAIN-KILL.R
at hand. for it i* a remedy that nev-
erfails to cure cholera, cramps, di-
arrhoea or dysentery. Avoid sub-
stitutes. there is but one Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis'. Price 253. and 54uc.
A NEW FIRM.
Messrs. W. E. Montgomery, form-
erly with W. R. Miller, and G. W.
Athey, formerly with W. L. Mor-
gan, have formed a copartnership
and will carry on the business of
dealing in fresh meats, groceries,
vegetables, poultry and country pro-
Juce, at415 North Tarragona street,
opposite the union depot. Possess-
ing youth, energy and industry, as
well as experience, they are sure to
control a large share of the business
in that section of the city. 14a2t
Our Mn's Spring Clothin" is up-
to-datte in every way, l. The Jnio.
White label wouldn't be ):'.i thew it
:haey weren't. White'-.




Pi-t..!,i, (C'nream Wafvr--.-oine-
thin_i i-new. Your dealer should have
thelii.
A ii .lafant a-sortmient of trunks
and v.li-es at Vv white's.
The C. L. I's will serve
Green's Hot Chocolate
and Wafers and eori's Ice
Cream at their Easter
Rally. Admission 50 Cents.
Ladies Free.
14 alt


NEWEII


SSTYL[S


S25 cent. will pay for t! e- .~,.
i edition of the Jacksonvi. .
lis, (a large S or 12 pa--. ; i;.
Snow until Nov. loth. ley ,
and $2.00 will pvy t,)r
Jacksonville M,-trrope'l -
until Nov. loth. for c-I .
only. The obj,'ct of tt -
lelled offer is to give t!
i lorida a charice to k.
the news Aof the cee11n:1
campaign at txtrm,:v i
also to niake the io b-t't, ,
i with the leadit i fr -
Bryan newspaper imi t! -
Scartoolns are altmet w,,r:
Illoney.


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SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND MONDA

$3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks.. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00



FANCY PAHASOLS.,

We offer our Entire Line at
Cut Prices Saturday
and Monday.


*? Boys' Washable Suits.

White Duck, Linen and Gelle-
tea, 3 to 8 years, very
Nobby.


mBys' White and Colored Wiss

and Shirts, with or without
Collars, 25, 50 and 75c.


SGents' Summier Clothing.

Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7.50.
$10.00 and $12.50.
.Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.50 to $7.50.


*1Special Prices on Patterns.*


~iflinian loljn~on & Doti.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturer- and Dealer-* iun-


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Dra.v,.

| AT I Repairing Attended to Promptly. (
o F AST (;A I)EN ST. : : : P: SEN A i.\
I dAL


SOL


CAHN


&


LL THE I FERENT FO OUR
ALL THE INGREDIENTS FOR rOUR


Kennedy's Fancy Cakes.

Nunnally's Easter Candies


\IONTAI N


MIN\T TOMN "BUY THE BEST.


ITSECONOMY!----
I'vrybody needs a tionic tr eITS ECONOM Y l
lazy spring days to drive away that -
tired feelinar. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this It iuvigorates and puri- Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed to, Kp,;e I
files tlie blood. Itcures the worst ; and take a lower temperature than any other on the miiark,-t.
cases of indigestion. It cures per- They have an Absolute DRY AIR PROVISION CHAMI:I'.1
manently all stomach troubles. It Warranted Absolutely doerl---.
makes the sick well; the weak _
strong: and it ives one who allOur Ice Cream Freezers
run down a new lease on life and a ,ur Ice Cream Freezers
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN :~' MINITEk
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the AW Prices no Higher thL n for Infe.rior makes. Come an I ie:
best tonic they ever used. It does plain them to you.
more than we claim for it. One dol-
Ia.r nor hattle aix hnttles for fivedoal- t VA" % lim a ta wki k V 0V


THE DAILY
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


YOOTH9' DEPARTMENT.

UI leIeur Little Karies-A Saxacleus
Figp-Whalea Natirk Little
Gi.1 Did.

Tb. little four 'Marie-z. wLo alwayir
Uwve In the sname lboidy aln-I32,'4.14I4)11
mpeg. -were not plenawd tUe 442wr
040L Their nmoxlhr v'aisgoinc 1-o
Prayer weetiU5g. awl as* ,.t2,cW-rt4.14o.1
sbe ind: *l wanlt 3yo21 24togo to L1*'] .tt
ki Pea t7 tonight. NMary You Vt-eIt
upiow tast evening."
-Now. that's tt.o .bad"'~ sald Mary
WdIlful. 1m D ot tired." 'Nior 1:.n''r
t' cried Mary Lazy soil Mary stIti1Pii.
They a&H criwetfel Mary I.o"1ilig would
wano to do ad ther another sad but at
96" she us quif't. She 11,111 Ulvalt.t 1O
cretloeI fa little afte-r the it-$1-4Jub %k.ere
done.
Soon antne vaial I to.4rd.4 ''. ..! '.. 2
pet-ed In hetr 'ear. 'i- j11v w.'1 144h1im1-
melt.'and you tsa~qi1 ''4u vkan.tjtt-io iipe
Mke n4m."
IA-V .Og to 11441;i t'A lialIf IT03-t *17111W.4
We ought to mindI mu rnini. .~ swSi 4
-Now. I jtp.t UW401't11" -Sa1 Nlarr N*%s'.'ii-
ftd. ''Maitima, only watii -;t~i.get 11. 4 .ti
of tbe way Isf-el idae -he cionit-1,.iiw.-
mid Mary S4l1t'-4.h.*SFinti',. 13
sleipy. andl I ainit.** 4:04.1 MarY 1.:az.\
butKanshae spoke' bor '. i-.; ut 4J10i'4
N.ow. It was bard foor NMar3 III-- I- 24
Insist (oon doming "~alt 14 .114 its .4 41f.-I.
* but the little ''wiev still '4'"4tt 44i'ivro1 2~
ber shafl take up IImy t"rli---4aIii "

sbe thought. An-ltil2''t ..,. T44i.. 1
all bet 1,"ar' I..ot'-. raiitil 1i44 4'iw
shbe'st aIwar'4riztw. in14.iwv tu4l.42t-,
inind her au,'.av~. I d-i. 44 :n t,- f .,I
t"red." *'"WeiL Ud.1 I. 1 144 .11.- .1
Xpry Ianry. Wiry W4ilful :i I~i-%l~
&l46.tm did nolt zint- .11t.1 g;%".'lip. 1-1;t
somietbinic waq drawing '.'il1- -ro
the~r eyes. anti4 their thwici4W'21,-4. 2i'.
they W Mary J"o"iuizrleadi1 2 l:'1,,'iIii"
Wtbee all thp ~r'~t-tw.'-r.' NIii f 'i, V

* ingbtr girl who," 111'1 I.4.
herself and helpl)iier-h..'lt ih.'r'* Si.
was too %leepy for the re-o. Ii'it h.-
knew.-Wiell Sprin-g.

A 5gascious rio.
Pig. that have 8 axzo-O..\I .;(c;.a-.t tr4".
at the e-ir4us Ltoy tli.'ilrf .41! r41.:11i4t-, -4,44
not to tbe nientit ju 1i llIl-tWl'e t 24 "4441'tri.':I 21
with the young l: orkt.r. lthoi~l4"..4
act-E"unt of U ch118(4h- l4 14.1 -11*-~ltI.,t 41,'
Keteord by a p'-r,;io l I" lwho .Iihas '
tote been (4411'444er4-qI2 l 421Igor~;h I'.rt-l;
ble and truthful
"O)ne-of' 2144'Iui& dr~a'.\ g'irn 444,'f.m1
T'entth storet 4 on 1 v o-. :4" 144. 14to.
stolt at the coirni'r 4of' 4rjwii'r42.-r -.2

end for ridesi.'e4es:'r.II.! I14 ..-
lighted to W4. a 11;g try 2' 'scra :00. I?

Wzm. and lie. '"t i'--iochit n- t.i.41ti.
free. ride-rs uziti a 4.44:411 I.,2'I4~

ed by grllnitg 14.41 '.za: t i;4:2144 .-
wauted to gi-t 4uft ii:4d~.%i H.- lii ".

guade hila i'.y to. a .i. %\2'i. 14li' h)i-
was at lii,11:..as.' 4l' 44'.4'. -.. i41 14'lij'o41
lotoi the*. oupi.4..
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Itaftetingold sit 4 41 1.'fv. -lI-


Cgv la.fe har s 10.; b'2 Itivi''li~s1.41'I


Whs a stick (.irl 1)id.
Oune day recently a group of school-
girls were ou1ing lioi"i from i n-4 i--lI 111I
Natick whiten tl'y hiari larsh wod.*
&old hard blto.'. A-. they liokLi.l up
tti su \r ac n44l tvailli heatily loati4il
w ilt a wli'.l in h(lie utti'T 4n.1I A II'
IorSe UUna4l I* ) l 1114've it. T.<114 i ;ver.
withlj a quink stlroL. .s iwslaot-.,'in ;g
tihe |mMir t as ani using lan4uag:.4-
t1 wt u not Scri ipturalt or classical.
It ladl the cirlsl if'aid. 4One4 f 4 ith.i.
however. iull.ld out 4 \\ hlit i hi, l. % %hip-
O1Nu 1 imthat poor h11 -s;4' -* I'll i" 1.1 i1 ""
The m aigry di td i.i'nu.i-u;ly re li>-',l.
"nTu'll wee to it:"
The young girl was iu n.o nay dilaut-
ed and replied. "Yes1. I'll s.e to it:"
and. going rouudl the wagin to tind olt
the *umls r of It as wt'll as the l1iami'
of the firm. continued. "And if y.ou
do not stop I'll report you also.'" This
quieted the cowardly. fellow. and he
calmed down, put his shoulder toi the
wheel. the gutter. And the girl staid there
Sda -w the affair througL.

Iow to Ma'ke Mother Happy.
"Why. ouutber. bow bright and cheer-
ft alyou k tonight: \bat has hap-

"1 feel very happy. my dear. because
my little girl has really tried to tw good
ad day. tOncet b'u bher lorotherT teaied
her and she' sopke quickly anid crossly
to ~n sthe a lSouient after of h-ir oW '
*a'rd asked hini to forgive her. I l|e-
lieve 1 should grow youug ai.d never
look tired or uutiapipy again if ,very
day my little lho and girl were as lov-
lfa. tbo U tful and unseltisli as th y'ye
been today."'
lhre i. a giand secret for you, little
one. and now that you know how to
isake your mother happy may you keep
ber face always full of bright sunshine.

slot. men!
"If lihat the captain says is throe."
sawarked Bridget. -ye may look out
fr the aonsoonU."
Jeamlie. who was on her way across
the oeeao to meet ber lover. looked in-


4 Iil E. E. GIRNJETT.




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FEARFUL DEATH OF WOMAN.
%i Die. For Lack of Nosari-Ami-m
and Atl-mfl..,c.

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S. D-p-y wo,:y -:
Is a mental conditifr.
otly b.a.eahle to soT
Mdistlotly female ill,
Wel women doe't have
t. w Mses, "-f coiwyra-
- *- vely few people uder
eta" that the git nwed;-
ohme wl* dre them away.


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are Given Strength and Vigor by


PAINE'S CEhERY


COMPOUND


The Spring Medicine


M. Elizabeth Messick, Emerson Institute, Mo-
bile, Alab im writes:

I '.a- -.r. w,-ak and extremely nervous. For
several :i )nth-, I u,'-l prcscri)_-d toni ;s to no avail. I
declare, th-: tirt ,ils of Painc.s Cclcrv Compound
lade m f,-l better and was laughed at. buit the Com-
;pound h-,> !uht me the desired, strength, and in the fall
i retuirr.n to school.
AI a-i no.v in the Home Missionary Work among
the Fr( Imen of the South. Never one year could I
have fir.n- -i : without l'aine s Celery Compound. At
home v. !have- a large family and use the Compound
consta.i. i-n the spring. We owe much to your
mcdicijr.

Paine's Celery Compound makes nerve fibre,

nerve force. restores the bodily health.


FACTS ABOUT SARDINES.
7Nhor o.uo-st.-i- Snr6qf t I hIS 41 0Wfti-7
4 .bsmsotinpiI.53 l *m aked MHere.

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.r"'are o *I1 for Ic".t7Ifl tn T ip impo-rt-
o.4 Anis-ri'-an itard!rw" qarsnow ex-
fcr~irtsael from, t~jji evutitrv to t!,P West
Inetis'm and to So)uth Arn'-r:-a-.-Ncw
York Sun
~eUsg 3Rok onamI-scene.
('lr-rk MIadiru. vve can't exchange
thk jt.rkethboJk you dillnlft buy It
Lar'-.
%In 1lai1-1ell. what of that? You've e
g!ut a ';;i Ilaihe wiritluw ]'Turchases

Irof.-auionaui Iblk..
'"Of (i,urm yo 'u n''' '-r n.J-i -rtise. do'--

"Sir' tT t.Z ::V,!t. By tho way. be
F,;r-- lt -p-) l t hii '- "Or'i f-fivIn your
F!,'411211t Of tfi:e I r.'ca rk~ibe 1, jr'ation."
k i-h lirt ndPlina Iii [ha Ir.

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A rwhvr I.%nrru's 4indild Mon.
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pict ure. W~h:. J: i ':l ~ I!4
vn~f n s :if#'I' n1i-Y is full (fl~t mu?.

'- 1,14im z .)1:- (-rn rII.

"Wydill il.h~.'unsto~p big skyscraper

"IMaterial was 00 ib"


:overcomes the blues. te-
cause it is the safegusarl
Of.. of woman's health.
If regulates the entire
female organism as
, nothing else does, Whon
the dragging sensation
and the backache go, the
blues wMI go also,


Read the letters from
women appearing In this
* paper women who ha ve
tried A and know. There
are a million such women.


*hI .- .tr 1.iund 11- r ansl i.m'1 .-np --
~d'w.f !h,- lirizti r''-raw- ar' j
hi-- ir-5y isar-. iiw.Y.:r~g irrP-
-P-,i'.. Wa-1 l he fir'-Ineui azA
fuiafliv ained ePnrrhne'- 14,' ni- Aiflw
rin-the fath-r. tnothsr and -hi '4,1
dr'-ri wp*fo rUnd tUi n-'iu.t

W.OUman 13irmF-41toi Death.
PINE BT.Tvt'. Ark..A'ri1 :.. -Mfrq.
J-1ri.n a pr ..mninpt 'iw o*ran -fN.4 -w


'ma- fenrv- -tiZTIuniniDWhtr h, Pns-wa-
!hurninnv and in h~-r i-ff-,xt- r, vinicui-b
tnte fir'- -r '- .thing (auvrflt ir'-. -n'-
V VI 0"1~gj*dv o '14Ar!e'lr a 1': j
hnur' aft-r-warr4.
Quitman'% MilI!%t,.rt I.
Q rIT' %.Ga., .xj 14 -T ri- wi-k rof
--t~inw tup the, ia-hiri*-rV ..f tji(- XArkin'i'
and Gul-.I:! "I4d- r.T-'dZr*
_/..ttd'r i.ha- b.-'In kJ411.1a ll- ~ '] thj. 'X". r
(Iin rqjtular tinv-. P -.-ill tak" --v.-ria
ju-tu Yi8iJi'V

I fjK y!.. if-r .AIar .-. i.1)- -t.h

Fnnt1'-rlj-rrg- 1,t~lochild ig' .rh- ld 4 fa
jr(*L..j i ;,urlin -:IE-rann'-r andl hat] it
,ude,~plvaying. A lp.-t w,*t. t~antlinje
rjoAr hi-.iP~tittedthe 'kiild ,vtVr and jj..
inj th. vhiid% ),-;I. pyrs1Iu'ixg a .vs-ri- dan.

Will Meet In Wauhingtrson.
VUAJMJ_(rTtV, (ia, April 13t. The

was to have c4)nvonPd at Mills.dgevill*-.
winl meet in Wafthinirt,nm av 103. The-
eh5.Dge"in dn*ev)the oi 'fflbial ann()nneo-
mnent from Millolodgevillo whieh prrobihit-i
any! kind (of oonventiion in that to(wn f'.,r

(buss-b Do-strOY04 bh3 lightning.
MO)%TEi4,xzjtY. Ala.. April 13.-Thok
Zion Star African Methodiset Epimwejpal
chureik Am RUndolph str~t, near the
Ljorner of Union, was 'trnek by light-
nng eWodnesday morning anid orn-
p1'.t'.1y destroyed.
flay 1WiceTbiuga.
We do not like to be told of our
faults.
We do not want to hear referi-noes
to oecaxions iwhien we appenro-4 at a
digadi-antnge. Vet we dep~lore the prrv.-
alence of flattery. We make aill man-
ner ot fun of our trientdM wbao(display a
%eaknesa for that mtxial p4'st. And yet
the-re are few or it% who. If ths- flattory
1,-' not t(.q freely adlumiwrii-g.dl. aq
.'-witha ntiore'i.' drnot imbitoib.'It gro-.41.
ily and p~ine for more.
Every onfp rI'tift-flIwriq the anerlote
of Dr. llolrie". when he as enthu~ti-
e-'sticaiy appla4u(-dedand to a womewhat

'iDon~t you &:et awfully tired of this
-or? of thing. Dr. II,Plrrje?"'
"Nut at all." "aId the de-ar old marn,
frankly. *I~hey tiever clap qluite hnrd
or long enoiugb to rtl.-ask- me. I pre-
tirn that I '-itild stand it for hours.-
-Montreal Ii, rild.

Bftn t6 e Kirnd 1%Have Aways ~i


S"iiherib'- to Tuil; NiE~ws noily i.
centits perweek.


R1OSS& CO.'
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%agheicon in I~w-rogreeu.
Tih* pr"mt N-ipo.on'. & in ever
grr i.iibte urmzae amtustUbiiht tand&
in .,j garsi-n -if li. d'Aguffl-rV's, in the
L~u.I.ri,.L (.fParim. The Lwatisp ia perfepcl
nli(:d'-j of tre "little corp~rul' in cbar-
arte-rie-tic attitude, wea.ring a cof-ked
t.ait aud Lwfrrd and Pnuftr x in hand-
Th b features are very iifehike.
The greatest care is necem~ary in order
to preawerve the likenepi. and the artist
gardener spends considerable time )in
clipping :,If dead leaves Bud cutting
away an ocessional Lraacb. The Figta-
taro )f apoleon is reproduced at the
fooKt of Ib4 statue in Oower'a.-iParia
Utlter


LINGI;HING I, H;RIPPE COUiGH
G. Vacher. 1.57 Osgood t t.. C'hica-
go.-ay: "My wife had a very .e-
v-rc case of Ia grippe. arid it left her
with a very bad cough. rihe tried a
bottle of Foley'a Honey and Tar and
it rave immediate relief. A ;'0 cent
bottle cured her cough entire' ly."
Price 25c. and ;-Oc. W. A. D Alem-
berte.
Nobbyv Boy'" Knee Pant-. witl;
Double Brea-ted \e-ts. at White'-.

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke.
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
Thp New Coluiiibhia $1 -t.irt i, ;
(cracke#rjack thi--ea-L''4 new--prii,rn

Th e nicest and most .st//-
/sh line of ruosand mat-
tinx., ever exhibited in Pen-"
sacola. at .ar.rston i'
Finch's hig furniture hou.se.
Ii' yvi chliev- 11 yiu Tad In t!e
>,,i ,.r-" Exozz2'lelr ti,)h- In aJvertis-
int- i: ly :t;;o-i t p,.i--lLg attention*
1)' w- .r". not *-eking pas-ipz .t-
"*:.:'ii. 1V(:'re looking, f.r p-ri.;t-
,-nnt f:'-ton1ers. WLite'-.
E;MI1'1A)lYMI'NT OF V< F.
,'.. i!;, :,',2 ,,r call at I;" offi e-.
,- of ar' ,rpelnter. B. D1. H1ffman.
kl-.in--- A t If t1,. (':11rl-nter'-
, ol Joir-r-, ',Union. will f riiti-h you
.witi the Jd--ired help ,o:i -hrt n,-
Sce.-. r "i>t f
1I'PO.SALA I ORt I'.-1 ICE L.11-
FI-'OMS.

fur ur i-n-)iii .urn:i--r uinif r;nl i for *l' ,,-r -
lii, te partnir;T. ii* Bard ret.-rvy th,-
Y.fht to r.- ect ar or ail t rl-,
R. E.L. L t h1) AN : .
ULAt.KM EYL. ( airnian.
Clerk, all-o9d-'I


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d...::t .'. wa- .. -. .- ..l.::e-


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handleI; d C *:.. w. . I ,-
terf.-reue :r, r * ::.- -.r-.-t

price i- -. .,w i t wi: : -
reach : 11. ( ; i, x ';;:'- i
and I'-ive v. r'-r v i .us i. :
fr mn ',t- : *'..- . 1:-id.

thi-e L.bbv ar A; :: H *- "'

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No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
F v-r' -: : '::,. :w -.r at
W' :,. : ;- -.

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ilk,- !-w .' L: '."

No refriti~rttor on the
market can equal those (sold
by Marston ,v Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
Larp


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gars at D'Alemberte's. c.*r*or sa *v.


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To orde-r.


MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER.

wo. 10 Iortt Bayllc Strre


WE HAVE THE OUE rlt WA4T '

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Rental and Insurance
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Bieyeles aid Bieyc~eSn-
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


10


AMONG OUR


ADVFRTiSERS.


No reader of Saturday'- Nxzws
can afford to overlook the numerou-
short reading notices with which
many of aur best advertising patron.-
invite public attention to their bu-i
nes-. (Opiuior.s differ. eveo-n ari't.'.
the most ,.xp-ri -;acd adv-r ti.-r-.
concerning the- r-s;et-ct;ve lui'i: i t r
the diffb r-nt methos of advertit-inir.
Some believe in ;t fix.-d fcorn tA
"standing ad\vrti--lient." c'i,-:awt-


ly recurring, indic i iug -t.aility a;t
importing continuity; otti;a n-
larg-er -pace, with i-tituent a i .ii, --
enumerating Bpx.cial var,".',':- ;i.,
exciting iniiie --t i:! v, ,y i--',
iof th!- |l'.a --aii! a 11. aV I
truly -,:l;i ::. t t -,
the vcr y l..;: -t ', i;: -' : -
li-rou- .-t :.J ;' t' ,. ' .. -

io -t tl- i : ., t .,. *. -
eriF.l iini .: ''- i. : .-, ,
N ow- t.\ ..1,. r * :, 1 :.,, 1I:.
i- ev- r 'l t, -r,, .n:, :; ,
tally irld aei '*ta - I TP i tll f rs 1 1 ;.:. ;:
iN 'WIr -m'a t !*l' .. T r *- .-1 pmn- ; .
v ar.,1- ill tU l- *.,-; <| !,tl, i :-, .,

Ca.til t. tin C il.ltli. I, a- ta ; ';ll I
.+at,'- 'ilthr ,u- 1l !.' I1i r, .i ,. i : "
in tilt l auiilt--- 1: i- i'n l'.- -, ..- . -
to h Iallno-t "at-ut at -i ..t ..*- '
and lino e iili b- II.ad. a '1-i .,-
thle patrona.j.,- ,f t:i -.tp,' r r-.,;:-
a. it i-.
That t! ,,- i- acntial ,..i:a ,v :.
patronizing a g,,,ad i.tl;u ;(l L :. at
long oiuc- ddemi,,jia*srtt-d. If vi a iala,
not quite re-;liz.- it. t!:e Star Lain-
dry can pr,,ve it to yo.u ca-ily. 'l-,.
their new ad in ttii- i.-u-. Dlurin'i a
single recent week this xxcetllfnt Iii-
stitutior, turned out tor thle ladies I'
lawn dre--ses,. ln2 -shirt wai-ts. 27
skirts and dozens t 1 Ea-ter lwnnet-.,
besides it. regular work for the geni-
Ulemen.
Among the articles -dverti-ed by
B. Person :ire the celebrated Peerless
Iceland freezerse. for which tie is .ol-
agent, and which are guaranteed to
freeze in 3'. minutes.
Everybody is wondering when ('.
H. Turner's handsome show win-
dows will be open for in-pection.
His manairing plumber, Mr. Mar.-y,
bha been ill, which accounts Ior the
delay.
If you have not tried Wing Ho;',
China teas, you di tnot know ia:
you have iiisi-d.
Thompson, Ol'en & C'o. will ooni
change the-ir coal anid wood ad aii
tell you soaln-thing about ice.
Be pure anid nt f< rge-t tn, "-ii'l
Easter Sund.iy dinnilr at the Na-w
Cordova.
Dunn's ho:'l and r.-tauratn t s:,",
maintaills it, i lleli-a' apoatl iii'al.Vty
and that tl it- etaiiil propii et-or.
It i-s scarcely ni-c<--.ary to direct
special at.nition to the always lai;l+a
and alwav. int -re-tii;-i advelti-e-
inents of W\Vi. Jo,,hl-nai & Sonl. Ev-
erybody r-ail- tilh-n.
After E.'atl-r -Sol 'ahim & ('o. mwill
have .'ai:';hing entirely new ;ii:li
intensely ii.t. r'stinx to say in ti ir
regular adv0rti-.i n: pace.
The Eo rtas 'rtore Ads are anmoiln
those whi h every lady re-a(e-r h a-t-
enS to ('Xa .ima- 5.e'e n 1at thi ii have
to say thim. we k.
R. Halliflay & ('&a. aIe ,ft.iiri a:
large a- ii":-iit eof -#-a'-s iiabla- gici s
of high vi a.ii.- at r# aostaI bi- prl i e-.
Kreut-e, & N-i'an, .t- n;-w"
wl whl--ala i,,cter-ai on tGvrin.tt
'reet. ar- iIlakingv a ,peCla.ity of
(Iolcien t-i 5 ,-c.- Fi Pii.-
W. G. ( pl-v'- ini-uiaice a.l i-
one that a;' -h.iuld be ;ntere-tt-d illn.
Houses i-i r-i.t are a little more
plentiful a.in thyty were a few
months a, -. 1 ut it ie still difficult to
make a go.aJ -ieci 'n ('onscult Thos.
C. Watsoi .~ Co'- list.
All thel :nudt rgsarten children have
been iont r -astn.g themselves-and
their pire:.'-- in ttie Gas Company's
"Fuel Gtms; Alphabet." This live
company !. a- a i6a!f page adverti-e-
ment in tL i-. i-ue.
The ClI;'-y Light Infantry ball.
Monday im.4! t. will be one of the
most inot d -ociety affairs of the
season.
The -1. -\ P- u Co. still "pants"
for wore ci',.'lilig worlds to conquer.
Visit their paLtry" and see what
they offer.
<(eo. Wilson & Co's Delmonicoe
restaurant and grten grocery is one
tf the most popular places iu town-
for more reasons than one.
H. Muller. the "old reliable "
grocer, is realizing excellent returns
from hi- adv-ttisemet.ts in THE;
N EW-..
Brawner id noted all over HVe-t
Florida for hii- aood goods and l,,w
prices. lii- Easter sale was iun-

The Ea-tr t barhainis of (. Cater:.
Friedman & Co. at the R ':cket Stolre
are not quite all irone yet.
Jacoby's chapter on Lilato'fs cele-
brated tas lias attracted wid--
spread attenti ,n. To b-, ;ap(rteciatii
they -ihould be t:i d.
Nick Apo-tl-'- ")u cent dliin'ar i-
great.
W. T. G(ren & (Co. arte the only
druggist adsl' n -iir: ti, e ;'ra-., ii'-
tioti bu.-ina,-- in i'iK N i.' T'!a.
deserve tht' pa.irotai t t.,t p ltil.-
for t:.e lea-oi- -tat.ld 11 [ii. ir .adv, -i
tistw nr,'!t.


I) 14v-(,I i e U iviIt.
Thoel~'o'ata--t (ar- za-r Ti "12 L.
i~ f ik4renulitir aw i. aU

hawV 1i'J. V . -nC'.' I z ~tt !. ,- -f;,4

and- who 1h .a'a a.-'d t i i5 ri-mn ed v (a
la grippe-. % a~~a eteal-.nea
i--ngle e as arre-tlted in p:;a'ti-
monruia. m"ailchi -)aWs- caialrta
tMat thi!- ra.-rM dly I:- a 411.113111 Pra Vt ii

w..1' ,l I I*- at. a I ; -aa
a d iatoIa'- ukt-' F-r I. tv I

J. 1 SteT*a.:a 0-- -at


CLARRiCE KNOWLEB DBAD. I Millions Oivel Away.
A Well-Know. and Well-Beloved For- It is certainly gratifying to the
me Citizen asses Away. public to know of one concern in
the land who are not afraid to be
Hon. Clarence Knowles, who re- generous to the needy and suffering.
turned from Atlanta a short time The proprietors of Dr. King's New
since suffering from a severe illness. Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, have given away over
and who has since steadily grot n ten million trial bottles of this great
worse, expired this morning at his medicine; and have the satisfac-;
temporary residence in this city. tion of knowing it 1Ias absolutely
surrounded by hi family d cured thousands of hopeless cace.l.
surrounded by hi family and many Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
sorrowing friend<. and all diseases of the Throat. Chest
Mr. Kniowles wau a nativ- ,f thi- and Lungs are sur ly cured by it.
city and w,- abMout 47 -e.r- Hi- lathr. zH.i. Peter Knowl. twiAts, and get a free trial bottle.
Hitere-lar size 5oc. and $1. Every
wlho rpa.-,d away a few innmtth! ago. bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.
was aline o t). t proIniieint pi *!tver.-
of W-V-t Flar~iJ. *li d(.taod ,'It'l' T RCEIV IED
remnhovd h!;unte to Atlanta in (il eonisignmenrt, a choice lot of
1iW7, en.'a; ig 1i l-inie-< there a Iancy Veget:bles-Celory, PI'rsl.y,
S'arrot-, Lettuice, Larg-e I'T rnrip..,
an Ti.'--n',>!u'h- a.lent, ai.lt !-t'.niS- ;'i or. ,, tawh+rries, ete "o be
imin -di'itf-ly p'Ton.inr.t in thii hu-i- sold at r a-.onaible pries. (l0-,. W il-'
n.es.s aid al .ii:tic-al iel: el- nf a ti;i. -,~ in city. a:iia1 w:-:- twice ,lct- d taa t'e'1 "! -it, U1 iion DIpot. Teltph i*nefi .
oli i i .;i-I l rt- r h' ..**.-rv I 1 .a2t


Sith l.'::' at.I a I -i-t ir- tio;. A- a
r:-ce.:: i'a, i f : 'r I i- :. ta ., f at ,


:. m i a : ..,: '. :, i ,.',.- Hiall."

M-' I. H ry S.'1 ;*:* f Atla-!t k.
t1 Ic .t - ''' ?'',." li+;. a (E'W'P -.i "t
tilf..' "s V +'' :. i' .+. at ana'lht. r
a, :o.t:. :- ;. V," ,; II. K :I aw l. i ,ef
tlis :..y. :it I .' -t' i--- --s J,-.i-
Ki owVr a .- '.

!..w i ; ,- i a t '.'' a tla i.s! J I 1i;l ca
I'; id:iy l,l-t. wl.icii cataataii..-d ai
fairly <',l ;, ';'tr.ai! of M r. Khtiowle-,:
"A l:iir- aiitelt.tilii-r- a In.1:1 ofl pro-
la-if ctla y !':tl:;C::>' t la ia'a -- Uriii i. ;
vi1'il iit. ti p aPil- and irtltiU-in ti.ai
l.=>-i itr, ; t ;;(-i+r,,i> lf-ntlemn an.
trut- to hi- f;-iean'-.: tie-voted iiu-halid
and fathi-r, th--+ are soie of the
f.attirt-r whi.!ch tht;' c;ara.-er of tt '
Hon. ('ar'-i;ce Kiowle- illuitrata-d.
rnderid.-ri l.imn a promine iit and
lovable figur,- in tli: -ocial. coilm-
mercial and political walks of life."
The remains will be taken to At-
lanta. where the funeral will occur
to-morrow. from ihis late residence
in that city, at 4:30 p. mu.

SHAKE IT INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'w Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful. smarting. swollen feet and ingrow-.
ing nails, and instantly takes the sting out
of corns and buntoA,. It's tho greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Alleon' I"Foot.
F.vae mak-s tight or new sboes feel eaby.
it s a e-rtain cure for sweating. cullnus
and hot. tired. aching feet. Try It to-day.
diold br all druiilgi.t and ehoe- stores. by
mail for n2-. in tampl. Trial package
Fri-E. .AddreN,. Allen aS. Oi1sted, Le Roy,
N. V.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. Star Laun-
dry.

Nobby h 1.;'i:), Suits for young men
at \VWlite'-.


FLO "-I VA -1141.1NoIs.


. Brililliant ('olon) t-lihme for West
I-.l ilia
M: -. H. i Ithell of Elgin, Illi-
ii-i, reccintly purchased (SO> acres (of
l and ill th! vicinity 4of Eleven-mile
Cr-, k. E -canibia city, from Col.
J. M. T.irl,le. whi'wh tie is selling out,
toa actual -ettlers, in lorty and eighty-
:cre loas. Ti-ec plaurchasers are
f.orming them-elves iito a company
and are :-, develop jointly, for s-ev-
a-r:il v' r., ?I:-** r-ouriirc-s of the s.il.
Mr. C i rtth,1 ill Iaet the chief p>ro-
i.i.,t,-r ,aI thl" -.t.-: iin:. lie -pent the
,ra-:it-r p.a!t of: 1:i: (atohi-r ihere, in-
\ ti,ati:.: ta placticability of such
:t Va-litUlt,.
l .provi-nnt !- auve hbeeii already
to-'guL oon this puicha-e. and sunar
a:i*l; e. irA-C p-O;itato .- alnd ca-itava will
te giv- n the b st t-st-t of their capac-
ity for p;o-tlueti on in this sec-
tiin s:utai and rice mills are to be
-recto-d on Eleven--Miie creek, and
all otilier improvme-nints anid con-
venietnces for 'acilitating the accou -
plishiment of tie proposed outline of
work for the cioony will be added as
r-jquired.
Enthusiastic and substantial set-
tlers. such as Mr. Corthell and hiis
companany are, should receive the
cordial encouragement of our people,
as the scheme i s a feasible and prac-
tical one. than which no better has
been formulated for the un'olding of
the possibilities of West Florida soil.
The unusual advantages peculiar
to Pensacola itself were grasped im-
mediately by these Elgin land-
seekers, persuading them that the
future of the city and county would
be, one day, the glory of the Union
and the en;% y of the nation-s.


April Wisdom.
Be sure that your blood is pure,
your appetite g.ood, your digestion
l.erfeet.
To purify y ur blood and build up
vcttor health. take Hood's Sar-'ipti-
rilla. which will make you well by
purifying aind enrichiiinr your blood.
'iviiia. ytiou :n appetite and nerve.
mental and diie-tive strength.
VITAL STATISTICS'.
I;ec',orfi of Birlilt and Deaths Filed
in the* (tflet of the C(ity Clerk For
Ihew 'e'k ndclit Saturday. April 7
FIRTIIHS.
\V!.it.-S.'. I T!.Lna t'olotr--J.i n 11.-Il Spep:r-s mid
*vife. :a -abit: :1" dliey ill :laild wif-., a
iu: rhte- : J ':;, 1- h 1 k,-r a:ind wife'. ;i
- 'ii; M .!atlitl' a',ri.,'V, :i a-ofi.
i', i i-.
W l'it, r ;>\ .;i *- t". 3'2' y\ t'.
M>i]ti [:.inti~aWi- W. W. M in:i.
hi V.,.il-. 2::-t!lti-": ( :t+> T tln ii i-
lirn. iniini' .-. aipil::arv lron;cliitik.
t.*.lor dI- (':.ild of it 11 1 . tt:1ll
'aorn : Ellz I it. t'. Dani.-lt 7' va-ir-.
a-;lt ali-.-a : M r.l.< v-.ar-. a'ri.',;2.,:.l i: M1:ia:,i- 4,'uarles. 15
",'i .i ;. '* .' : .'L It % t .
(l .Ir ; :' .n al- l'-oa t'r,-ly J!.'. 'w -
.-*: .a:-.., w t!', t '.i.k th., a- ;trarvy
:.ave i* lher i:.' t f.irly t ieid u ,1l
a o I. i.: ~,-';r" ,, a', ;,ric-- h.'y
,. i 7 : rI l t ',,;'. i!;1.Z t-f .t,,u L ;-


,-'k ,, .- -'* : i i t; iaW at
V :..; '-.


\x' Lat Vmpayl Vf'' (ea i i rot
11it-1)ii!~ 'rta~nit ti vwliat yuget.
\V I


-'iti. ofit 4af th rar#-! mi1r.'(* S


ca. Al-a t1;1 V, rV jl:;e- II' ci -f eve
("AI a.4-l I. ki.' c-a xd (in atke
(Met oil' tv -p h n you r 1ri r t4)

FOIL SALEI
A; aia Pargai abmEl ay Tel Iaae.
Sv;.-',-t Il',etiFkarmi. sirtuat'-d in thf.
flif'~'wtuir~rv2illgo- (if Ailvij.
caiid ey HiBittle-. ttatc ; Tlerm-, sof
sat-: 'I -ut- fo'r '-ar'iigue-s~; thte
ptAr-aeni gur-.-ingnigleart-'st the 'v~alua-
tion etat -iia'praep'-rty. Proet-cd. *6)
bo devoted to Catholic Baza.ar funid.
For particulars apply to aronht.
WE~ST FLA. TEAM RA. ERN".
We are doing a baig buminpqs. arid
it i.-. no wonder. Whby shouId n't we?
There is no particular mystery about
our auccegg. We always have the
right goods, tile right service and
the rigtit price-s, arid these always
win. %Ve emphasize the honest treat-
inent feature and sell to sell again.
wVhite's.
A NOTED MACHINE.
Tlu S( iwinq Jmqrh iisr sohl at 0. M.
Pryor.--iBiq Ffirnitiurc Ifois, s p
,ioff-d throti/hotit the wirorI(I for its 0
cIbid work (int'I GYM iman iruniii,
rrff I,/umwck-# I pcr Lan/s. 1,6114(I
wd 1,111 (1m ci blockIisethat it tt'ik' sa
.'F# (iw rt Cli JiiCto ruii. Thrii ('(lfE to

''/u'qa/y.s lotjlp/as., (I iith (it a ''eni low
1jrcevr-from -i *(2 to $.'o#. jJE (,/..(, x(.a(if.
owu thl i"lrq f stIiJ-t(,-(?(i tot.Si(/711 of
Fiiia;tu'cinfi tec it//-E ivroytliinu,,
hf el1t. v/ho (q),1 s t it/o1th.ofi n rt.
Yoill- cfC(/~tits floodiar/ith vii* vi vol


.11tti f o Id,r.,; o,.s i I t. i' s'I-'' a, I


4o, to 44 Swui, J)'l fuIf'..-
Dx) dozen Scrivena's Pat iteot El:i~tic
i-.n d rawt rs at 60 evnit!, per pair. at


- m


t.- -_ -


Easter Bargains

o-.T 0i-o





CHN FIEDMAN&O'S


S* RACKET STORE.


0 0 0


-Ladies' Shirt Claists:-
Aboi r';o t \ itriet'; ,':"


Ladies' Skirt and Tailor-1le ,uits
J ST 1,RECEIVE!'.


Millinery Department.
* As I-sual W\' Le o. i:i S, vl. and Price<.. Ourr ::-.
H ughes, tt.', Il,:i. ill incr. well .-u-.tins !',"r
Rfeputati,,n a- t, I ( -t:,-Date Arti-t. \V' ar.,
Crowd'.I. (ivo -. onr Orders Early : ,r
YO'R EA'STER HATS.


> ^Our Shoe Department.
V We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
Sand Children are More than Convinced that th-y
get the Mo.-t Fashlonnble and Durable Sh<>e.4 at the
u lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'.S
, BSTORE. .....
.) -- _- - .- -.-
SMen's Clothing, Men's Shirts,
Men's Underwear,
*=Boys' and Children's Suits--
At Rediculously Low Price-.


MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
AWE ARE INVINCIBLE. IN LOW PRICES.

We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Si;ow Win-
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of Clerk, to
Wait on You!
YOURS ANXIO'S TO PLEASE,

S Cohen, Friedman & 1a's
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promi;'ti.


W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


M % N '-ACTI'l'tI-FR ANtaIIa) Y %I J.I'sIN'


Photographic Artist,

204'4 ,South Palafox St.
i-at ihtei-tion (* liaranIi et ,'d.


xEASTER


Easter Sale!


**


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-Klu-Driei Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SALEUj


Easter Sale!


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


Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25- Doz7n Men's French Ne k Bal- 20 Dozen L-tdies' ( Hel-av.les- Ve-st. '-inch ,Solid itAl Wl..t.- Duck.
briggan Undershirtsat 2. cent fach ; Li-le Ti'nread, our prin 25: c cu., c ea ',n;i r irpr:,'. ...... ..... ..... . .
Drawers to match. 5275' doz -n. I Yl-,t t -\\i.' ,~ ,1 Il-anI C( tt,,n


:3o Dozen Men's Faiincy or Co'lored
Satin Front I'ndershirtis at 25 t'.' nts
each ; Drawers to match.
:1W I)ozon Men's French N,--k itl-
bl)iggan or Fancy I'ndershirt-, nice
quality, at 46 cents each ; Drawers to
uiatch.
I1 DI)ozen iMen'o Hleavy W'-i.-it
Ilalbriggfa:i 1'nder-hiin tt at r1o cent-;
Drawe-rs to im'itch.
l IooDoz'n I.:ldi-s" Sl','-vel,--- \',* ts
:it o'ld pric., ; for 2:5 c- i ;r-. or I .-,
lIoz' :i; '.iibhroidlelr' aI ac-k.
17 I) Doz n L.,1ti"'. 1 M .. "-- a;ti d
'liileirn -- ?-lfia vL;,e-a V,-t-. with(
Ta, e N :-ck. : for 2'i5e or wi 9e lz'n.


12 ) Dozon Ma.n'- Faney 'k Front ;t ............ ........... .. .,
BH as nt ShirtA. ,our pric' :.Al ;< 'ia : l Y -ta-W id FKit': v;ii.# lJI'..;,( I-
all siz/.s. al. iin:ade b:#. L ai.k..-.a. ( ,...
24 D)ozf-n Fanvry and SWhite- ilk wliil a it la-s4................ 7 .C
],Pleated( Bosaon .tii t-.Caur-pl ric $1 a 1 ; le o 1'1, c.- I.ait--t C (aliti ;it...... Ic
all ,ites.
V e carry the+ lar.r,,-* lin: t a l n'- 1-(',I- .' i'. lal :t.'- (;Iatll l,
and HI.tvs C.lor 1 Shir:-. 1i1 tlhe CityV V .! :.t. d ..... ..... .
a;t thlie Lo'we-t Pri --.. .Jal-t ir'. : a. il a full lilar ,'f Skirt-
, :;6-in;-h Spring Iarei'l.--. ..ir an SL't W rh-
p rice ............ .......... .1.. e I. o st.
:13-inchi V .ry- Sht.-r W hite l..'w:, Pa~r !-C- :i! 1 ;i.l tl a- :-: ,1, 7.',.
aiu r p r-** ...................... n.. x l. n1 < a di n ** .
27a-i,:et ('!.eck Nainsook. our LIli,-- I l ."-''-. P r.,-,I- it,


nrice .......................... -
.,'>-in wa liite *,:: I ,i ,.: aI|


23 1)D ,z/ 'i Li iia -' S ol, l e, .-- Ve' t-, Pique. ,.ir j. w ................ lii .
with; -ilk 'l.ip,- Ne-k. 2 for 2 *" or i''a '':;t-<'r.)-d I.j 'inr
1.., d" l a .'- .- -----.-----. ... .. --. l. I


Remember the Place,


late-t -i ade- ;,t >1.7.'.a ,;.( .'.1 .
A ll ths 1:it,-t \!< i n ,l., *nlt
(thilir i'- Str 'w Hiat- ... a lr-
al-o 7e raoll- N. w ;":. at :rc-
at 12 .. I ) a i 2 'r


-"'*.. 105 S. Palafox Street,


YDUR5 FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

F.-- f M-' w


OTWE-PPRICE


OA681-1


I-IOUBY3M


MIARITIME*

R r 5 llsts t Alt- 1 iM W 3s:a
.S otn1. 1. 4- is' -
7, Ai1 FaI
I'.r ASd W: I II. 0Al I! 1
qB-I)r kc $ Eav. M'i u~a.
It L. $.a- : ~a a,'

Nor bk Si.zrnd. :'v ~i I~
$t ar.'. a a. .'t '.-~ a
-ia, t q 11 1 V)ac t $
v i-a ~ a bea,,z. '


,it t a, m hehr, ai etiti .,.
Oialnl .,a% N aa'for IP.1'-
aaer. V tiaa t d .;


We PriJe Cur-s lve s on Having the rande- :'.a I Mo-t
Exqui-it" --lection in


Spring and Suimnier DIres F'is

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Grt ate 't Ch oic r t'.e M1o-'t C', b t-J t .- i% t.; .L:;. *I


Working Night and Day
The busiest and nightie-.t I,.
thing that ever was mad.1 i- 1-
King's New Life Pill'. Every .il
a sugar-coated globul)eof he ialt .
changes weakness into rstren,- .-.
lessness into energy, brain-fit, i'
inental power. They're woid-rft-
in building up the healt.h. Only ;
per box. Sold by W. A. DAI.i::
berte.

Beautiful assortment of silk N
wear. jtt received, at Whit.-',.





Motto: Ab.olute Puri'y.

Nobby pffep: in :,,.:v -#*:r,
vests at Wh,i:..'-.

1I' lIl ,<; 1 .,i ,i i i. I' 1 P I t. ;.:I -
A m :. ti .- fr.- i i -
la .k rin ..r i ..-.ra.- thle Pil !.,r M 11 3k. ip -i v
min'-riow nmay h- -' .... -,
trawhi. erri-,. r ti. ,d I,-'.
P'c-4acedl;a. r;:-w potato.-,. '" t.
carrot-. r.,ii.'l--. i' t.tr.-
b"'ts,'.. i;h .. Southt Fl.i i,!
tori;ita .... r:-l- t..- ;,,, p" a,
a ,,in ll, ;,, l uii. ,, u v, i ij'p^+.
all kii,!-. W Lh .n e.c.ri : .
E.-', S rirnmd,y dirn, r. (l. .
vi-it th:- Pail,r -1 lk-t.
l ;hat feo-lin.- ')f co, jpl,-,. -
tiali :r.- With our c oti i:,:
mri-rit i. een at ;a lan ': t.
i' aln ohj-'j,.t le- on in :
WV white .

i-" k;>AIV.l if I.,I- %VA % N IA.I
X\'ANTI:D-Womon to hll: ,i I.r---
NN at home. H4to-dy work >Il-a;
dIisadvantatge: a-k your deale-r o -..
Kora Ihaeldsm andl AikoA .ritlieptic *
bahielde. Kor biethlds snap on wa.- A
out sewing. Send 10r. for -aritl' -.
work. Kor sbie-id co.. '.' Brjr... -
Ne-W Y i.


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111yp"INL8 IN P-OW,.
so rnA 31411I it
N .~I a' A .. Ii Ak. '

HI, I at:;; a I Z 'A"7 I,
11 1-v o ia.a r~!
Br Ct & 'aaI Vt.' '4P
spa'n atrlati"-, '.~.i:.. '
si It.a)
uNor a-oi. a''!'. Ba. n-.;t f. '
and-r Carlf


Nor Unrot~ta. 'KI%,a enraau. a-v I f' 11a
anal ('antaliT

itorAndi.-I 1;7,21,ana. a-wi. Baanto '. -
Nor Loise. IMS. dort at~".etii'.'r'eoar

Nor Meras.apore, 1175, Jons on. ut- N .
Ntora'. a. 1.Mia) V -
RuitLouotio. 7.71n. Joanu-aaa. toW1 .v *
Nor Meriaperld 1.0. PJailingent. to'u: a a
IuAm Voy -tstiI. 771a.vi o, o It
iaiinlwr Co
RA m O-.naaaamm7. w) ohusa. At LoE., imo-'-- a
AnoHa'ti.- Iflde, CS t.uIaLr.a';a. .n a J
A otier. & &-Cc 1

B~r J aita klazah.-t. -b. -otl'~'
ic-r
Aum Keta-iiaaa I Mauit. .'.- kt
LIP. CLKA HE!) "D1) AILUD) FOR 11t
SAVO LA.

FIlc -a efi av'r.raaaid. Hr. I- I'! 1.11 fmra-,
Nomla)peal. 1.r. -iIJ .a'a A,- tMt ra-ta 2am
R athi.N e... ', tit N .''A 'a-i-n Ia- ttori .1I.
rre-aliaaa. r~r. :1'.' lke.-.St V& i,
Maara'eh2N
Wei.aia-raatt Hr, i'.',am.4apa Ar nntoima-rp Mat

Asitstiae'.Nor. 12 7. -111 A atot -a'r) i a-.'.
Aata r~,Ma-al. 'eel. Pitt lDithip Ha 'a' ..,)'''1:
-sifr.tiao. It. "T:' %.A fit-lioaaa san17
-% ralomla. It, '"',-- I 1a4a- ,lu isr h
8ac-va at. Na'. %-'!1 -191 M a-% Wrca ,
Ho4.-ra imia. Na~rL 1. .1(le.-r Ma~rsr''
BIK[14aaai4-ttoa. It.'I. 'Ia 4 aaa ;$tis .ta-,at,
iF;ria ra'a. it.%'la) aat b."
Fl-acut-Ii. it. 57-.-lat al'..iania
I'ahlaaaait. ~-1el"*ftpiao,,.ta -
Nov --tit E1'ar Poart Ito, ^Il
fltnilia I., It. 171lilt aalMosrgta.'nii.'aSolt',
waato-taamo 4'a'siaag. It. 11'r.. -:'m .
Mare-i
Kocntacgerii. Nar. 7:04.n q a Iii ,sitI-'
Jobara lrgo'ia'a. Nor. -old Ch ri,.t aaaa".aana-iN
Jobanne. Neao aa r ead onadaaarg Ia.--
Lacartina. It. 7'w.e'a id 1-4fraa.iile -aF ,i-
)Sarima Margarearnia, 153cc!. .I1 ',oi ca
March ':2
Michole U. It. mid (Gonna March-,aI
Marcella. IL mjId Hamburg. Nav ;
Meauiaane. Ruac. "I. ad SMarnon'.- -.a
Mont"c A. It."giift. oid ?Jar-aa4aiiias- ta-
Pioneesr. (itt. i1194. at London Maor.'-'
l'rofea~toor Jubnbacei, Nor, 106m, "Id IF
iFsa27
EOmero, It. Will. mid Rotterdam M3archl
Pie-ta. 1i1i2. .N.id M AramecIIc,. M are ita,
Rbalhelo. P. I t. Blp!, 'aid Mairswil 1.,q F
Rib"c. fila. 441's at imabisi1an "
Ni nbad. Nor, ta, li London March
Valuta. Naor. aid Jolth Sich 10
l'arxinia. It, sid Madeira, lit p'















H


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 14. 1900.


-'I. iJI




A


NO. 81.


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


~''~. IYEVENTS


TELEG1KAPHERW STRIJ k I:
Pr'~.re~#.I the Frriuijie 4,n The
S..'iSthem ')usilemn.

IiA !I.- t'-levraptt 4lpEvf itor-' t-!i ~kt ,.i
tr..v'-,nq-ut. IC Ailny thu t)Ii;:i!2


fr .' r ,t w.i flhi1ii. to I : ..
.411;fli iitj I er !, uneatr~ \v v,


ELECT SENATORS BY


VOTE OF THE PEOPLE


-


GROSS RAILWAY EARNINGS.
Npar3y All IHo~a~l show luvrIea-wesFor

NFW YOM",Arill 13.-Tw.hough fit
tiso h w I. vy jlrot"4 vitj alf till Iu.


-f x .
z.4 I i
r M i I i


S ,. urday Aftmrnonon
.r, il-t at MrP. Marstou'-
1 :- roriz. at)d souvenir-
.-. ., F .it-r character. Mr-.
'* -i:
r ,,:.., fancy Eat-r efgp; Mrs
.-.... -eond prize. a lovely
S r Ir,. Each lady was present
.3 : prt-!ty colored Eamster ege.
(.. 'a Jill entertain the club

: 'i ,n- areout for the wedding
,' Max L. Kahn to MiesGer-
.1- -ntha.l of Lou.aville. Ky .
I.". '. Many of the prospect-
.*>- :a.i relatives will leav- heie
w-ek to attend the cel.-bra-
'" nuptiall.

i mnake m-niti n of buti fe-w
:*t :therings a. the u-ual f.---
i t'e way to the polenmuitiets
H \Week which preced-. our
FIaster. when all natur-.
.I" and di swer s i"tnii to, join ii
.* '. ;.< 'l;i ov thte Sail.re-
"- ,I ," ; .

J': -11 c(irele' the Paesover is
::- 'in-" 'l'o celebrated. tile -er-
r *. ImniefingT last evening at
7'. it-ttih El and will ctitln:io,
c" iniig week.

Itrate Men Fall
S to -tomach. liv.i uand k;d-
:,i .- w ltl a- Womeieti. a;.d
-!Ilts in ll 1)- app.-
~ *i- i t i*' hlo- Jd, l..k:('.t,'.
.- .... h<, .ala 'ie aill tir-d.
-- !:-(j|l lwtj f.o elil:2. Bukt
.. :,.' t a feel like that.
J. \W t<:rdner. Idav:l.-.,
t -, :- "'Fl-ctric Bitt-,r-
t.iti fora a n iiai wheii
iltown and don't car#-
live- or die- It did
i ii- new titreiigth and
.- tatin anything I could
I 1il11.1w at at l'yth ing atld
*..-w t a la.e on life.'" (Onlv
,t W. A. D'Alemberte"
: v-ry bottle g-aarauteed.

I *-;::ir Fi-hel Clothing1 -
., *.v, ry re-pct to ina<1--to-
r,.t. See t.he new S.prini
S" .-, W hVhito',-.


SI'* of PasM tin 'Week
'-f Passion Week is lhe-
:-' t'..-'d with great solemaity
'- -:..iin Catholic and Episco-
,' .r.: ,**4. of the city, in which
*- ":m'.*atious asfembl,- at
t .: Mich-ol's church, the zeal-
*-cttr a~id his a,-sistant are
d t! tt, inr arduous labors by the
Y'"-... F, ':..r Aobot of the Benedic-
'< ull:nan, Ala. I-ast night.
:.'-,1 an impressive sermon
.'," -ive congregation.
h wonderfully roleust, ro-
.:: v .* which, with a deliber-
-'' :uu delivery, canUt but
Hi? sermon was a'l
S f 'li!,'r- through Christ's
"I ... He will a-iist at tihe
.. :- :itt.t rnoon.
I pro ramni has been
II 'E-t*i-i.ao ci w' reat festi-
'I. ; -el'. AS tu aI. eitlt-
" V"e -well rend,. r.d. I,#'ii,-
S" I 'i ~-- will tIo. sung at tih-
-- ''l etdid i~ss'runitmental
1 -;t i'i.il ef ttliire< i i ti le
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S t. .,I'1.A.% k ." 1*:1', l a l .h -l at-s1 wheth e4r u ,l .,
t.... ti;t-y., -a t the 4 "', Cin ,ty -I .ar- -hI ulh be E.lcted dire'tlvy the w r. .
S>-'n- '-. l, .-T Ii..ItVtw nt!A ,. .1'id- c.d i;,.:t trhat ,-v.rv ...at,. etlect by direct the ;."!!, l. l ., ',- "
y- 6y woti,.-n carry tIw- ('cl th- a; ii l W, ,1 't lt y t ,.t't lw..:.':d an 1.1. 14 .
r<'.Put I'V th" .2ifi l. \vrI :- I ;ni' ,i U..i
inmlat. C inli t, thI Ii- i' a t uil tiin I ,' i,,ritv .,..l:,rin i, v.'hich was tirn ra .s.
t'uIi.pet-. h le men hold popsses, .ln ,mTT.r.,l I. a auh tiiitlt, was voted on
,f tt-h work- and swear :th-v wl. n11t lir1- a:-' w.s aUrri-d by an overwiehu- MRS. GRADDICK ON TRIAL.
give in until their demands are met. I ,:,,,-ay,, 13j: .. ?,).
One hundred additional deputies ar Mr. C,lis triedl imavailingly to get .he Is ('harked With Potisoning HIer
rived this morning andl thi. .it, riff an aye and no vote but ouly uiin. intm- Husband In IF'ebuar-ty.
hat gone after the militia. The ri,.r se, I'dedtll thendemand. COLUMBIA, .. C., April 13.-The trial
strikers attempted to cut the bridi The v,'t, wa then taken on the adop- of irn. Blle Graddick for pi. oni ng her
cable this morning, whereupon te tiil ,f tbe amendmentbyvayesand eslle dick for p,g h
deputies made a lively charr- th. whole house ri.ling in support of the husband, William .1. Graddick, a mer
in which two of them were wounded. demand. chant of this city. ou Feb. 13 lns. has I*-
At noon the strike took a more' The resolution was adopted 140 to gun. Mrs. (;raddick was played iu th.
alarming shape. T1e .trikerd ht-ard The negative votes were cast by idock and plead not giy. She is a
tha military coming and shouted er. Allen of Maine, Burleigh of ck n pl not guil. She i a
defiance at the deputies. Many dis- in.. Oalderhend of Kansas, Furdney blonde, but not a pronounced type. a
played sticks of dynamite and yelled, of Michgan. Gardner of New Jerey, large woman. gitd looking and demure
-Th i for soldiers!" Hedge of Iowa, Henry of Connocicdnt, She is about ,. years old.
--- Iano of Iowa, Lester of Georgia, Little- Mrs. Graddick is av P tIs EXPolIION. field of Maine, McPhernu oflowa, Mann her husband, not in a fit ,f auger, but
-n of Illinois, Russellof Connecticut, Sperry deliberately after r.veral attempts, and
OpenigCerrenanitWb ithle Pul.'s of (onne-.rieut and Thomw of Louis- yet the woman's appearance suggests
Exclnd'd. i.lna. nothing rintiual. In ihe courtraio .the
I'.:'l- April i4.--TI.e expo-ition % M-. HE.pourn of Iowa asked unani- was a fiusao T co t to set aside May I for the er, Mr. and Mrs. William Kyall, aged,
was ,pened formally to-day. The sid t of the Niaragua nl r and r tabl. Mrs. Graddik's
inaugurati-in cremionief. were strict- bill. little child. alter, a tot of 4 years.
ly re-rvod. Invited guest- nuin- **I object." soiutesl 'L-. Burton of pla edf in laher lap.
here 14 ixi. but no provi-iion was Ohio emiphaticill. ere was something strangely unnat-
nade forthE- press. and exhibitor-' The houve the.n proveded with the rural in thegirl'laplpewranc. Her brown
tick.t- were dl-iegarded. ri.gular order, tho mesideratiou of pi1- hair falls over a foreheadon which there
The Anfiican section ih nearer vate soion h1ill. i not a line of care. In her eyes there
ready than any other, but the ex- '. is a reetlessness of motion, but not the
po'4ttion call be nothing more than a PROTEST AGAINST WAR TAX. gleam of a virago or the affectedliitless-
,erie- of iitu-i-elii until after Mav, ness of one practiced ins deception. She
a- tI! u;.z;ive power will not be BIn.lneoa Men Wi'll appearr Beforetoun- took a keen interest in all that wad hap-
re,'ad. dgre, ind i Urge Its Repeal. opening, but evnie'lle neither worried nor
frighteneiL
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A mtneri art. Ta. s inii itoe.
LwotooN. April 14.--A dia4patch
froti Rezt~ve *-a vsthat the Pope re-
ro tyme*eiv, d ci 211ty Atizt'icatit
t- r i 11-d.ienao- .ha..,l ie-tirvd, -,e
!ti .! 4111:41%, tile-'llite-traticln -OMne


R v.J,!,in :'.,-id. Jr.. cf (;r eat Falls.
',ot:.. rt .,iileIr tild-d l'v's (Cre'au
I':timi to I11-. I ca.n etilih.asize his.
stat'niileC:t. "It i- a positive cure for
catarrh if -,.-d *m. directed."--Rev.
Francis W. Poole,. Pastor 'Central
Pres. Church. Helena, Mont.
After uinug Ely's Cream Balm six
week.- I belie ve tmyself cured of ca-
tarrh o. J.sep h Sewart,(iraud Ave..
Buffalo. N. Y.
The Balm does not irritate or cauae
-neezing. Hold by druggists at F50
ct-. or wailed by Ely Brothers. 56
Warren St., New York.
Our mis-i-'n i- t- cloth Men and
lay-., from I#-ad to foot-White's.


Penamac(la-Selnia Fxcurielmn.
We are requested by Judgie S..
Liddon. chairman of the finance
committee of the committee of ar-
rangements for the Selma excursion,
expected here on the 21th inst., to
state that tne committee has en-
deavored to canvas- the city thor-
oughly for the fund to entertain our
Selnma visitor. Unfortunately, they
have found quiteanumber of part, t
who they th:nk d-sire to subseriLe
to the fund .away from their places
of business at the time they called.
And while thvy have desir. d to bhe
as thorough :4. lpo-ible' in their c:in-
va-is ,f the city, itif.y have perhaps
tomittd to call upIIon sI i oli wIlli
would gladly ha\ e ub-crihbd to tas
I tudable purpoE- Atiny erioti do--
-'iringi e to -uti-crib.- cmant do =o by li .i;d-
i iz the nllOity to atiy I l.ii)ewr of
tht' c(onln iitte,-.
crlh isubtt-s rip'Iii of $. a ntiti-.o thei
nt0-c hil!,-r t a tl'k l-t oi t!f. lbiy x--
Iilr-i.ln ia !-tior of tmir ibu1 -t.-; o i t I t
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-iI. .; t' :I h :I I !1 hd i niII t-#
a.i.l- :ill : i li tl line a. lia d io :1 i." :
toi -wi l\ow ;ali article in m y hi% .
;.ri. t*.i a tt i -t, ** yo ,u cz riy n
It- 111 lity ait all tiim N. W'# ke-p
,,''ly wi.,it twt ('al reCoieunm end, ald
we r,'c1i.ll11V t whai itly whatt w,- knoww
i- trustworthy. %When we tell you
the merits of a purchase you can
r.ly o1 the a-surance. White's.


WASlivi l", .Apriol 1).-S-n-irus 'on-
i*-..rattn 1is to b.e g16 ivn by lth'publican
in.inal'r-- of the ',,ummirtee on ways and
in':tui ;- trhe qu,'stit m of radue-i, u of
tih' wa:r ;- t-vr'anue taxes. Dulegutiotis ,t
Inittlgn-l.t,-. 'r*-w,' rs unid oth" r iaun-
':"l't'urrs *vill -i.tu!iir argruni<>zut .shoW-
if:' whly ,h,' tai,; shouldd hl reduced.
Afr.-r thr-, hearnnr. I he 'omnuittee will
ti.,' ulp the' ,l' -'i.in of tax reduction.
Tiher- is li':lut (I:i'it of the reieal of all
tibe pro[iri#-tary .tawnp taxi-s and some of
thi" mnllt objeitionprble d(lumeintarv'
tax.-.. It is not probable that here will
I' aivy reduction in ti he beer taxes.


Get our prices before buying Ice
Cream Freezers, Haimmocks. Re -
frigerators, ILawn Mowers and Gar-
do n Ho to. The Forbes Store.

IAittle Folks' Minstrel Company.


CHINESE EVADE THE LAW.
Over 10,(K00 Have Landed at Sauo
Francsuo Inu Four .kionths.
0N F'P.A. a.Isco, April LW.- -Thousainls
of Chinisep are I jtsing thO' barrierrs of
th-e anstoiulnuse and not -ni v are be-
iug Landtd, but are' being nwde' n1aiv".
bern citiz,.'ns of Cahforuia. each within a
vot" ant qualdifl'atitn-i to t piti,'ipatt' in
the political affairs of this city and state.
It is asserted that dwing the past
three or four months over 10,000 Chinese
have been landed, and of these about 100
a month have been admitted on the
ground that they were born in this state.
wbich fact being admitted, entitles then
to the right. of citizenship. Charges
ar made that this influx of orientials is
only made pomible by fraudulent eva-
sions of the restriction act.


The following is the program of BENSON'S HALLUCINATIONS.
this company. The performanince
takes place Wednesday, April ISth, Imagines He Is Dreyfus and Is Pursued
at S p. m.. sharp. Tickets, 25 cents, 'by His Knemtes..
to both adults and children. for sale Asnu;.vun.]., N. C., April 18.-Michael
at Coe s book store, Clutter's music Wson has developed a cae of insanity
hou-e, or by the children. There has develop a ca of nity
will be twenty-four little P-nsacola and laIbors under the hallucination that
girls an the company, all in full min- he is Captain Dreyfus. The fellow was
-tiel ('es.tumes. The management formerly employed on the Vanderbilt
pledge the b-st entertainment ever estate at Biltmore. He thinks that his
give-n in this city by children. Mr. enemies are pursuing him all the time
Julius Menko directs and manawe- and that they have succeeded in char-I
them. Florence Heinberg and Lillie n him'with electucity and avoid, 'al
Jacoby, two of Pensacola's promis- I ing him with electricity and avoids a8
ill pl s- a street car rails and all objects which he
aug young musicians, will play all thinks might oqductan ltilcunent.
'the musical accompaninots. ,Benson, while under this ballucina-
iROG RAM : tion, endeavored to gain an entrance to
Ori'hprtra slAectea the Biltmore house and swam the dwan-
.r'at l'art-Chorus hv '*." ,- 'orlipany nanoa river, thus securing an eutrancte
F, i nlin In i Mi Stur. 'Atl' ...iu: P the etate
-........ .. ...................-.-..-.... to the estate.


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After the performance tnere- will
be an iunfc'rmaida nee for thle chiI ren.


CIIA- rA-,-'-Q'JEA. April I".'.- The 1 Phila-

pilay at the southern indau-!yitl ( .n Yen-
tion ia this eity. E. A. vr",Tu. rryp
=.rnrlatve of Oth- niuwcmn. is no-roar,. 9
iugz fir thl- display., tra ill hi1pr.
g..~thi.' can w'n114-'z.2 *i n thj,
,thf r forfeig'n iarKmt Ir will b-
tuei fir,-, di:Pla y th, P .1W11tin-
et,111a liaL ifladu in tile s-ntlian~d w:1 I
IMI(I.t- ieoxplain and Iiniv r wal.v 1 hi.-
trajte theforvil'uitrade it- (11,~ ,e.
i ,. llY in the 4 riernt.


8PriQ Fever.
I)',ri ug the winte~r. ex* i work -
tro~wn upon thI varn' u- 'irga rII Of
tI~eb.'V. pnriuL mnakt, thi- maul11-

p r -t~s%.bomel C. u-tip:a tped
-om-t io=there i-. dy-zpf; -i:&. li vui
or hid iie-y trojublc s*Lift 11,)ti
*w orth living. Thit -a theCf-tiiu'." to
tI kteHostptter's Stomnach Bitter-.
It iV hotter tthnitn .n-otlir -r pring
tonie iii the world. It rfeh-t
*tr-iigthon-. rebuiid.-. A Priiale Rei-
enue Stamp covers the neck oof tie-
bottle.


The Conquveror


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


-Ab'solutely Pure


For the third of a


century
I


the


standard for strength and purity. It

makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,

cake and other pastry light, swcet

and excellent in every quality.

No other baking powder is

"just as good as Royal," either in

strength, purity or wholesomeness.


Many low tpr(ce41. imiitilon bak in- powd1ers ara
ulmm the market: 1 he-w rafe madl' wth aluimii.
rind carc .hou 1.h1 intaltn touav usdthcm. .As Alumn
a, i4 poisufl. lic-. '21tCubt-*t~iktt iin ibc Igi.


ROYAL. aAKIN. PoWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NeW YORK.


PENNSYLVANIA AND

BALTIMORE AND OHIO

Reported That These Roads

Have Entered Combine.

BIG DEAL IS ANNOUNCED

VIlli Absorb Philadelphia und IRead-


Ing, New l4er.*rY.' sittral aad1121(1 ati-
Mfor'e'111341 obhi o l4l;t hwe. c-Item 4l
( unt roli I'a'ami'4I.N aiia 4 cA I Fleldts.

ho-id in Oni, -t ticly'hand i l;h;L i tihde
laitst few~~ (hay.E Lbv Int; ,it*,., ak if C ht-


DENIES THE RESPONSIBILITY.
Nicaragmian (Government HIas Set 31
Expedition Agalnt 4'otsa RIis.
WAsmHNUTUo. April i-. Nicaragun
has disavowed to the I united States tha
she organized and dispatched to David
the expedition which has aroused so
much concern in Colohmbia and CouM(
Rica. ieuor Corea, the Nicaragu
minister here, says timt if any such ex-
pedition landed at Bogota, or Beirm
Brava, Colombia. it was of a filibuster-
ing character andt mu-t have escaped the
idue diligetnce ob'lrved by his govern-
ment.
The navy dti-artin'nt Ihas not bten ad-
visd hby to I Detroit o f th, result of it*
visit to ,Chiriqui lagx,,n in search of the
Miiltomtolll w expedition. It is sMd tha
Mora, the ro,.tua Kiwan wh ha... beas o-
deavioring to irgailne /- in Nivragu
revolution against the government of


F,.insylvvania, i(j)ilni- .,nd ; Ohioi at:.l C. >ta Rica, is probably responMsible for
orhir rail.roia c,,mp.' p .- h iv'. vI':i ri-A, the expedition. In view oif the paciiL
I, repres.utatiions made by Nicaruaand
to a re'iirt hiar'. wh..'!l has I',n par*its dismavowal oif any intention to a-
tifll ".,fiin:-d. of a Lil d-eal by whicn-h gage in hostilities against Costa Rica ur
the Pn i,:!syl::.;tia .nd hi( Hl altitmre andi Colombina, the authorities believe arw
Ohio) ..-.,jiji',. u.t- I J.,it t .,. b thte that it will be easier to pre"srve pum*
Phid i and eaidirg t11:11 Ne in Central America.
Jer- t" '. .il 'nil" plan i. -. i.l toi be' la Gripp H iuccetmnruPly Treated.
for thi- fvn fi an I L. I,- "I have just recovered from th*
s 1:ui~ to) ,> !ai.e the' p..,. -i,,- and second attack of la grippe this year.'
liv:i o whiin altonlg tihir ,,'.'..,-u.. the says Mr. Ja4. A. Jones, publisher of
Ba'i..r- and Ohi4o Iu':u;; ti. l'. : ;. ,.l the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "In thV
phia a:',l .Readli:g i;;visi, ,:.r,,.:,lino latter iv'*e I us-d (t hamberlain'.
oi P, lpa t' B B',, Cough Remedy, and I think Wtr.
forot Phl.lpha. t1, t Lanl B,,.l,. N. (.oiasiderable .uccees, only being" I'
J.. w:
ain( ib N',w .*Jer-r ( Cn:ral 1 vi-.,n -x- ten days for the former attack. Thb
r'tifd:D4g fr,,;n B a.iK i tibr)-k t1 h .e 'oirk. second attack I amI satidfled would
Ti .- 1', i.ylauia will w'qui- rh r.*- hiave been equally as bad a s the flrC
uiil'auiui( Jiv1r4L"u. but for the u." of this remedy as I
This i. iheme wduld give the liItiili:i:- had to go to bed iIn about six hour
and ('l.. an unilro.-ken line' of ITs own after being stuck' with it, while, iu
from New York to St. Iui,. and loul.- the first case I was able to attndj t"-
ville by way of 4'4iciiniuati. an'l would busine-a about two days before get-
er'uro to the PeniSylvauialab-oit"e ,.ou tii 'r)down,.' For sale by Hauua,,
trol of the Anbhrarite ooal tontnage of iBrs. aind all medicine de;al-rs.
;he Srmiiton Wilk~ehiarre and Mlaich
('hunk disrri'ts of P.nnsRylvvimia, which SEE ROSS & CO.
a,'. int dl;.umilat-Al by the N'-w Jerr-',.
Central. ABO'Ur M(.:P"E;NS.
Men in fin fanieal i"-1 h"rp syv that.
n.,rwvithstandlini the' r-ti.-e:'-, andI Even Croisett's Youne America 1.3 ho'
deluiai1s of I*-.lurore and (ahio official', for young men, the beat shoe in tb..*
thui deal is a.-s.ured. Iutd is in hu le wth world for the price, at White's.
the movm.'Cen-it ,f the P'. insVylvania anid
ialrti;nre and O)ti oiiimpanis fior th-t 1he tp'el. bratetl anger.
rnoergriu of th-ir iut.:,-.Ct. J. M. Clutter's Mu-'ic Hols-e ha.4
'r-i, "lit uw-e and Vi-. Proe-idnt ecure- th- agency for th WoVnder-
ree.-n. f i ri : : l ( -, el.-,'l fil Sinzer Pian,. 'Th v hivp ji :
we. Bltine',r,' ,id a l .- r,..:rdinK fro:n the factory. aid ar, a el Ue flnea.
ter t:, t-fer ;. Ie: hS :, ; I r I nstruneiit. ever pim on the miarke.
1.4 i t thel prices th-'y will be sold at;
t i :! ,, ;, t r an e fl'111u $~25 to $ .5j
Md hi ,- ; i .. ",T -y aire ;ill in ol,'iie, v.n-erer d
S, **:-*-. "xtra il iartd-,inil" poli-h. iEfctti
' i i 1t' f *, 'C t. ..'. l I. Wa ;rited 'r ti V ar- a a e
,. ,.- i war it-l for fi%,*" v ear- and a re
**n- 11r'"!*!!'.' \*rv> be-l t M ot".


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TO CIURE A COLD IN o.'u; *'JY (Lf/g, I
h'a k-- i.xat :,,-- Hr~or'o Q; nin- A! '- .IIlJ'stoI/ $'-kFinch.
It -t. ;AI d th' tflemoney ;fhIit N11-t[ (
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The' little Folk '- mrin-tr.l pl.y at ,
Clutter'-mu-ic hall. Adcnis-i,,on -,:,no equal. For sule at
cent-: ticK.t-son Fale at Cot'- and
clu:t"r-. D'Alemberte's.


VOL. 30.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


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May objeck to gittin' up and bildin' the fire in the morning but if you commence with her at
you may be able to overkum this prejoodiss I regret to obsarve that I didn't commence
enuff. ..... It was a rather cold morning' when I fust proposed the idee to Betsy. It wasn't
received, and I found myself layin' on the floor pretty suddent. ..... I thought rd git up
build the fire myself."-Artemus Ward.


once
early
well
and


Betsyr-


Betsy.-


will build the fire if you give

her a Gas Range, and you

can sleep until breakfast is


ready....


Scan also sleep a half hour


longer, as the fire is started


instantly....


Simply strike a match and your fire is in full effect in one second, day or night, any time of year.


v~~-'-~------v-

Pensacola


GAS COMPANY. S


-wOver 300 Ranges Now in Use in Pensacola.-p


Ranges Set on Trial.


$13.00 Each


Connected Free.


Pensacola


t i GAS COMPANY


No. 3 South Palafox Street.


SMALL PIMPLE ON HER LIP.!
lit (.Au*, Denth of Mmr~ Adair After
F4ea rful ~S ifferinXa.
Puwx KCMT-. Ala.. April l3.-Mrs.
"Wifflia Adair, a f-orner re-i4 it-ut if this;
pbe. wa-s buried fromi the Baptist
ckurch ye*-trdav. Sit*-wa!-. the wifte
4d William Adat uw a iiA t lanta n a -
eb~l emuployred it the Deljoiiwh iat-
~Ae' works. anidd (ied W(4119iIIHiV afte-r
* rtherr ptwuliar illnies'.'
A week ag& ni- ,) t 'Hhe-r hu-band that I
abie felt an itching iT~tI.ol oni her up-I
= lip- He eZaIImiTI' the lip.l.but --onld
¬hing but a saiuall pitTikJElo.alb4 out
*a ai of a pin homl. The1w n rwtrinmn-
iug her lip Wan. badly Nsw9 9l-.1Ianivdem-,
4okyslater '.ht-(li.41 f r, ni t)hO. "-f,-t-%of
whbat the do't-or- '-ziud 'va' ua arbuneh'
an rwlip. 11-rI "iff ,ings wt re lyitieis-o
asdher f atnr'-. wNers, gr-t "I?]v elitor.,.d..
Jms. Ad~air %N as oiul1v ',4 yea rAiold andl
ww sqtute lbIyal:t'i-I viei CityV.

Qgkv"iivv. S. C.. April l .-Plltus are,
beinpotrf,-noi fC or thi.' 9Ifolol9itiont of
GOsswi Sh-asi'. n.'nr here. H. D). Wheat.
Fr"eimet of th,- Gaffney Mmlufoctur.
am mg v paiiv. i: li1Lproha.-44 that pro.p-
4ty with alarg" traet -if haud rn ieitht-r
4Wioof Brcm..1 river, and ig now 'irganiz-
Ug a (Ucjwripiy1,~'194 EICVI91thi' watt-r
me. Anl eltN-tril' jvwinver jiint w~i~ll1,.'
feWMandi plowetr transmitted tio Gaer-
207 SpirtIhlibur~z :wiid tlthe.r nearby
towam pbmle several toiwils %ill1w i
jeflujab.~ ith 0.11*r-tv1~1igit ~


MEONTF' Au .. Ala ..'Aprln].3-.T.P.
Ww-d.d it'itig a s-i-.11 m, lin-r~ha Iri:- 12
im~ here ati-i a, al ra. u. h oiTim.!e :11
rnqigumet t9'9 %im-iTiA.'Ti.lhrhmtvii& i(',.
1F.rtnv-vz)!h'i.,"I 1 2li. I"I'fit oiliiiscr-ref
iFt~v. It 1i-111i.1r"T!.) AIn, is~sarv
Anrt r Ef T I'.141% Cull'. t-ct. -,,
all @L i 'v: I'i' 9'-eu :11i.1j


Nzw N.-"K V ~ I 4tip'.ex


SUMMER'S WALKING STICK. ECZEMA, ITGHING HUMORS ( ommiinlon Enroute to Milan.
Aged North Carolina Lady Has It In Pimples Cured by B. i. B.-IH tie NA Pis.. Anril 1. -iThe Tb .IMODl fotel and Restaurant
Her Pos-vlon. Frev to Sufferers. ( .mlis ,m. rs a,'mptmiOd lq Dr. Mul i V1A
WAsmNTxox, April 1:1.-A letter to Does your Skin Itch and Hur -r and Jt-,ik orr VsanlBoechoten, started
Senator Melaurin from a prominent Distressing Eruptions on the.Skin -,, ...... f Mln ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE AL
citizeAn of Windsor, N. C.. information that Mrs. Hannah Biddle, pany? Do scabs and Srales form on *Yes,< e dog follows him every-
an aged lady of that towu and a grand- -he Skin, Hair or Scalp? Hav- you wheri." P 906mSs for Rent by the Day, Ileek o lWODth. (P..
daughter of ex-Governor Stone of North Eczema? Skin, Sore and Cr'ack-.': *Il'hiTt looks bad for the dog's mor.
'Canroina, has in her possession, as an Rash form on the Skin? Prickling als."-Clevvlnnd I'lain Dealer. 3H 312 North Tarragl a stret, Opposite Uniao Depot.
heirhloom, the walking cane of General O-Teephone 68.-
Suniter of revolutionary fame. Pain i the Skin? Hails? Piple-.' r -Teephone 68.-F0en.
The stick i~ iuagood state ofprtierva- Bone Pains?Swollen Jeint,-? Fallin "o vo levea men are Itar GEO. WILSON & CO.
"*Ie foDr or :: oulleve allmen are namrs 1E WILSON & CO.Y.A0
tion. with the exception of some four or Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale? ". n
five worm holes. It id made of some. "No. it some men have more elastic Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
kind at jointed wood. res.mbling briar Old Sores? Eating S..re.. I lc.i-. vocabularies than others." Chicago
rot. and hLa a buckhorn head. with an All these are symptoms ,of E.z-n na Record. H rEl VllL[EIBLIS RECEIVl 01ILY, II0iLFL[ RAIl "i
ivory (spping, Ulpom which is inwcrilied and Impurities and Poison. ill thlie W\h,-u vyo waInt -minlthine to heal Hello' I'm oar*niti Pensacola. F!lorida
the word "Sumter." said to have been Blood. To cure to stay cured t. ke a harn. or a sore. or a cut, why potl at th. il..ii,n',dc,. a.
put there by the old general himself. H. H. B. (Botanic Blood IS .l1, 'Y ..' e-'r a've which i- gartnre d -,- --
&ANOTHER NEWCOTTON MILL. wh ichl .aksthe blo d *rT t le ost heali tig oi titltit ill th fe Tr HE HEINE ACADEMY fF MUSIC.
'ommigssEon I.~ned to ;reenvll (o- to heal, thing of ei.zha to,-t D'Alemberte. Northmila'..
C inv-( t or. Grnvile Com- forever, the skin to becomuie vler ---- I .. MISS EVELENE M. HEINE P'
pany-Other nter.rise. a.ld thl. breath sweet. B. I I8. is W V make a spcial hun-s of 1 MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A-.,-.
COL t SBIA. S. c.. April l:t.-The s.sTre- just the remedy you have h. 1 loo, k- .e o i, I ,.l,, !iti, that i-, dur..hll, we.llII L ultur v i n i i .
tarv of state has isu -l a 'c,,uiiL.on lo i ug for. Thorouirhly to-tedi for :, In -a t. a,,d pe' fect littinw ; i 's hu-i- Place For Pensacola '"tem ; alu" uiti. .
.a',,iia nn olll ,,r r.nvill. tlh. c'p- yeara. Our readers are advised to, fro, f ttr ,rt wit s, weace or enaco
tttl j. : i.'. i, b* j try II. B. B. For sale by druggi-ts r.eavh out !T huv carefully and sell
ital<, ,,. vhi r,>t-.. >. !an s at $1 per large bottles (full treat- lw: th,- re-ul we display our BuyerstoBuy ro bed
"i', I;L-kshear .t;,:. mill LnT,:Ti..; ment .5. Complete directio,,- with 1pivk ,I thi- bht., irii you find your co' fnfortaJJle a,/ /r/ ,I
v? a (-f*. K, itpr. -., each bottle. So sufferers .:.y ov t i w agree;blyl ea-v wien you get I f I V *,
fr :,i6r1o t-,,, t ,. .. it. Address BLOOD BA 1.M1 CO., readv t., lurh, ;se. Tlie i.a who / .t Iha O "
'1- STt rni i : *,,,.. In.dI T.1 Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble w-ilk..s oit ,if ,.il stf i ,r with a new uyU, g.rer Ve. ('/ ,l/,,/ .,I,
gr.laph f. ,timy ft;>vo If'.i v .1 til,.d i ,..!- I and Free personal lme-ical Atdvice hn-in".-- -it 'on Il- back is ready (
9, r,.t -.-<>ot i, ,<.n,;it:l .-t.k tru,- i iven. tfor ,,-iii. --- i,,,m e loo,, s f,,k1 i f! / rOn F inch 's al,,I


ii ;*- .A I ~ t') ti t:l
IIV 'I~a~h'~ I, I iniA 1 111.1 V.


One Cirmteruil Iteqeenflant.

11,! z-;(r pot'qit WithI reve-en~tini i we
T''. it l.: (Y ti '!c ri lIitnln I t 'i I Ir-o
f -- t"~') 14i t ;v ono9nl t f'l .A nv ea
T2 t-''.t'T' Ie imtrntreil. "I
:1 ii I:i'.t tvnn i 14 arib to ro-


Portal Dintinef iona.
"She Is inclined to aq'tuzae ,I gr4-t
deal of iImpoertancle."' said one '-oun n
woomin. "But I dou't know t;I:t I can
blaw hT Ier."
"~l.you ma rricid a Euro 'i .i T
"Yo. ut she ninlfrr4,d1 ,i A::i I,
coal I' aoaon.'--Wasliington Star.


Otur- js aan ever busy s to~re.h'a ,
i attratction-. eonmtaut. %'ar'I11-:. .ttld
4i-!bflndahble. that appt-a1 t't '9.-" I
Ineiim'i'iathat --monev sheIol~li 1911

IliF. OU It (II.AN(V.
I ro)f, Woven Wf 'ire andi ori'motaacui
Fencirig for A.1 Purp-v".e.


rI I n '" .U ,. ., 1 X i I t .T 1.01,w r y'-lT o u r s i n I o wa I
dp F'i i 9 il;' .out r ,. 'y To oulr sin I ow> I am agent for tho lar-ge t n,;::-
fortial a da N' -. .*: ,.at:*..i rwe l f:-a w:-i I ,u van l Ts T HERFT SALVi\ TnI W< 1 in the way of plaJ and ornan-; Lt,
re :,.-- t1, 111, r i- E T S.ALV : I T i lU IW(lliI ironic : dd wirI 'fel'("lig, rett-.eQ. va-0 -.
Moketd call D aid- nk:-niia 'n- Fanner Balve. It i-s ki:de from a etc. There is nothing in thi- iii,.
:. prescription by a world wide known : that I cannot supply and at nimaTIn
o etle,. ofi braim. ski.i specialist and is po-itive-ly the facturers' prices, erected in durable
Subtleties of re D. n est healing salve for piles. burns and workmanlike manner and at
"Do yo tiuk your new production ,s1aidh. ulcers. running sore- and such low prices that you will be a?-
lI to for a nlog ruu?" asked the friud. -kin diseases.--W. A. D'Alemberte tonished. I supply anything front,
"It Is tliiossible to state at this esr- a plain wire Iarm fence to the
ly day." nauswerd Mr. Siormilrton most expensive ornamental cemetery
Bazne. *The' mnenbers of our corn- i fX / fence; crestir g for towers, tree j
p~Iy are still In doubt as to whether T /f guards, ornamental settees, base-
tbry are to for a loun run or a long ment windows, window guards.
wlk."-Washinvron Star. hitching racks, weather vanes,woven
_- Confectioncry in ]i. 2-> and 30-cent wire poultry 3ard fencing. Sptce i
boxes. Try tl-em. All dealers sell will not permit me to enumerate ell ;
GOING DOWN HILL. them. the styles I sell, but you can see
People suffering from kidney dit- illustrated catalogues and get esti-
easce feel a rralual but stesdy los! I will repair your watches and mates by applying at Win. Johnson
o ,iality. T hey should o 1 jewelr, in first-class style. J. I. & Son's hardware department
of vislity. They should lo-,- noi tjph-ns. 914alm A. J. WATKINss.
time in trying Fo'ey's Kidney Cure -- --p -- ATKIN.
i. ... ...W.. .t... A n AI..., unnn I. c tha \tb t ui, ,iri Sep the nobby effects in Men's


N--fit ;erfec thY leit-1-el,. it, f( inr ris
e:, j,, -.-thp -at i!.actiouthat 1!# 1ha -a
Ti-ig 1I.',4- khii n it. tom' lip hi.; hv'wII
1,I 1u-'i'n~: d* nh:1 (4 wvit


VJlUJUJ-i.AilliD
-1- AT-
The Well-Known.
Up-to-Date Sto ic


CASTORIA .
F-r Infarts an Children E N IZ & CO
The Kind You Have Always Bought J Z
; /f _


Bears t-me
natureue o


(if In.-dicille that goes. in a
or~recirt AEPTIfiilo-d in1 th i- tore is
pettectly ptin#. Pure- drugs moan at
spefedy rpCe.v-rA. Poo-r drug's meana
a rp I a Y. Yu w:Iint thp beat. Let
ug fill v.'Ur ipr*-Qci ptioui. and supply
vtlh#-r M ic~f-rro, v G1(reen ArCo.
'TePrt-scrniptieon1 Drunlri-at,' 317,


one.


M tN ICtmLMTER'S (NC "'.-
rE vNNYIfYL F ILLS
KIT' ii-Il
PA*


:$-120-122-0 / *,~ CURE -
E. Government Street. ,( ," .
TELt.PHONE 281. ,,c -E,-

(OPERA HOUSE. 1%i
ONE SOLD WEiK:
PHIL AND NETTIE
^- ThesetinyCap;'.

IPeters C edy Company| They I
s me diseases with,* ; '.
S In New, Up-tc-Date Btpertoire. Tan ..W MiSOLD 'Y*'LDcL' 6G*0
CHANi;K OF PIA' NIGHTLY.
JOHN McDAVID.
PricesA10, 20 and 30c. O MG Am
______ ____ ___" ilEAl. ESTATE AND8 BROKE
-_____ __ CITY PROPERT. F-!'
PAIRKBAL AND TIMBER i..\A

nevr a FOR eAL..
I eoasue9 Loana Dlissel at Deastra ..


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Pensacola


gQas (ompary. e

TL a 64 4* 4


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STTHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14 1900


TRAINS MOVE WITH


rrption of :,tz


s:?KEISARE


BRABANT'S FORCE IS


MTercy of Enemy.


HOPEFUL BATTLE OF BULLFONTEIN


I( r'l-r%*fI l 1-b- 1. 'rit fi Ij )tfepaj-jt'- id IW'treat Toward
f.*,*i bit lfmn. (bp*ratorm Lad3*snvith-11..fi,~r% Fgtrenuchitig Their
1, It I lit Ir hIt.% 4s -lrie'-i Iter- 4I'thpltlt at lrdridfort Lomln lraIn


4 ~:.i l ~ ii. .i -4o :ira 41ruis
'",-Tho.-t=r~k-.. -itua


. -'~~.~~a' ti.ttrri


Anl' li)n e -.A Fro m F'auelpen.e-


Iittf h I- c trrir 1 1 (e I trElI Il ,-1 iti.


while Th-ldirim


%A. ~. i,--ft-: I


* 1 1


- ,,*. 1' !
*4 *- 4 l .


14 ~

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~*iI,.. -
it
..r..-'.. -
S ~ ~is 12.1~


: '1 2/Z


0OLD DUST.


HFIIRFRM RA x mA


GREAT DIFFICULTY HEMMED IN BY BOERS -isi otits GENERAL INSURANCE: C,

.T. Tviento Sinl Tn. f iftfenn Hundred Ritia s at 2 -t


1 !) 'P: 6 V *1h- wl 1.11hirdlnIIIutt
L-trd all Jar
elO. u,: .. o 1],#-on li-arn A dr-2.tri-hu:g
'11. *t ( *..:l 1ol-i P .v1~


i-i wh.~ Iti: ;tilt- g-N';r--al 1ti41VWLUt
In. ::t L i r r-' r t v 2u -hive ii

*oa 11w. 1. sr : ii-tr'f t-t4,i qrsi ll, !e' 1:e 1na !1

A ke. P. i I ft1 11" jh.,t- f11 00111,1J.111:

Z-1. r l % IIIIl 'o 4. A .1.- al. .
I *. .e Oil-*-% -ii4.


.&- '


r- 1 ho-. a. o a fI f- ., a id b
rm or.. 1 *10 11-. '4W A'tIt-1-0 ~f

1:f4-r#-rti.e- Willi train.. exe-dp
do 4-;u 'f ithe.-fi'e-ight triuri, -111
%t.ilounaara I.ret SviurhtorII divi-t..u
i Trniutus-t,-r 'Wa14-4tt oft tht-
4! :iv t'r'.i4;nti -i h-em ant it 1y, tOlaf
tIn 149 I-lIsr c'i-iit of thiioi, r onV
I .t Ni-.eliha%-,- g -ft- imur.
1 ruMd- %'crio~es-Ay Hamiperedl.
.i~eIIM.Ala.. April 13.-At 10'
i% tb-.. nritrriitig A. .1. Fraz-r, vi
W-.iad.-ntitofthe .Birnuhigharn dti.-i
.1thi- Suiutht--rit ratilway-. -at~e--l that
T- ~ t-i t -Oi r-4- 11tt ill hit di vti il,
fia ht all trium? w- w*- t- Iurwrule ou
[i &1-,40 4e aar..that itb-I11e-i
,--r. aiei toobe-rug tille- ipllyra.ielv At tie-
,. o f tht-e ujwrrwmr-tile-uit 4of the.- Ala
-im rv(r-at 5-euthvrn irI, was Nett It' Lit
I I- hart i' P, r -Ii u'-riibuit.I i- e
rivr t 14o qniki-anid thal -2'!ajolo11ia

*tite-rn tmid ?',IAlabatuia (r.-t-At
r* anm zr. ,r!.- mt- .JINh i are-41 lii01t1'
*-Itr i-fitruafrirm-. I#hea_- JLwi-tlg Tratfin-,
!X Wti-jib iriii-r--f-'-a I-ttn.k
pr.r-ight train- him No .Piu- idi~-
No.i t oiii ilt I ill ..o


-re-mamuit.lt li-a. -vo--ctterelty-
-jr P-VeIe-il that )iot-ip rt- r.,- ha%.,-
0 at *thor I- r litit- ,it li lvii t~-w)iv
Sat till- point. T Iii
.j~ rit i- u--unll. btint he~r- .,
-t' cithi. Iirt~i of the. vi-e.ss
_0A- ite- Wtulli: tIoM-u.faetotthat at
-tat in fill-i rt.i- hliiIate-
C- i,- I VI 4,ftin itas i-xpre-'i cagenlit--


11t.111-%. 'itt tliet -mv. i-s- ire. t-i
I IX. I f n 1 13 W L-lt.

*-:-tutt- P.--rd-tt Pvwe-li of the
f Railwtiv Te-l--gru~sie-r,. Iras iti-
T. i ilti al ijetirted ouit iijtiaf Afi
1 2-lit -- .J.z atned 1.uok iseglig
Ih-e--.4t.11-rrliig the-rn 14l (other
111. fh-'it i--itnin the hope -if
'11-11 -of f wit.'o eN, .till errrnag the

WtIll igi mlt 4-U ouer divis
:1a- til.- Ktoxville divitiion

fir lt:.s1r hrailistown Tinme.
4 irru.. .. N A ri I 1:1 The
* .ijad tn-on-. 4sjtilt. re- r-- st-mn ruiowav.
-tnWau-itingitolu anid No. 36
~ ~ pa-ttCl 'har' itte toll tile
itig. he-sI mriill.u a -m.uc(lor
n -k-gular nacetitg pemmaN ~and
r'irl-.undl hat*.- he right of way.
--P-hug tht-nitit run f41 Al'tue 01

r. e? nicht were from One
r- late- TIai-1- tilliiipat.uij
I' t,-Esrms l rib 111,01111119


M itre l- lz nlo r-at.. th


1-11 I-lit 4iliC tratint ilelv,,4
-.itr a1" W iilliutu,- T
Lill er i iI trr tilt a


a I -iit~- hitt h- at

Mrr~ne-r urphy-1 thf
oi-l- Til~k- t ml li-an

\: t-l W N urpi t hein t
-rike i-il the S,'urhe-rrr1nail

t n hadi- 'rz~~ier. f1'! -I
day. -ti~~~il~rt It* i0. iii


f -. I- I .I I -I? It 4 n.
I i .. .! an a



A!. i' -. ,I in i ti* r h ia itUart'-
in N.iata.l ..v til afr-,r ia heavy linm-
hitr 1-i:i-nt the Briii-, : i .rtiritig in tit-
lire...- ,!.: IA l dv--utlih i ani.I thw federn i,
ar- i-uin t. 1, lt nisuhingti t t.-in hard.
It nrw aipl..ars thia <(ein.-ral Buller is
a, \lhw il:it.r;h an that ,nlv a l .'rtiou
of hi-r. iluru i' at \V -* .r.
Ari.-al-, fr!:Ia .C' in, Siding s.ay tihe
I'..r-., ;are. liily irtn-. r hiizt rhe-ir | --
iit.n e-nit -,f Branli'. f, rui, ling Iarndlle-
%,,hlti :i.;ilrval. whi], s .till %t.pnszly
J 0l.1i;- ,I- \Viart.rv;l .,v -.-. fr-.,n \V.[>,:-:,r. w\ t-:-.' a I rt
-,h> l ,-,. ) -' i ,i:-riurl-,l, -. %.! tli -- battle
.,.iri;..- fsvrnl-l,- to thet f-ede rtil
X\',i'. I. I Iiti-h ,r .,p.) art, satld to I -
T.. F- r i. (;17t t-t'- 1 iu >lih-.h s ,r-
l r rh- ti a:' t:; thT no i < r--,wh \ ovli) iha.-
.- )n :;ii l and r,' (" ia v- ,tiv -rvice hlas
i ,. i; t tIt --*n.i a -i,.-tit te t.with,'ut
rt:i. 'fI- ;,t th- l.emilr ,.t IIl r.-fer-
I e t'. i] -:I V o l' ;f lT,-e-' "h ( a ,' t t.
-, V, l;llt I' ) ]r! ,"lit lf h 0I' 'lt 4llllalm lld(
S;!I t,, rrh '.i- '| by 'ii v fir 12 days.
' -I i, itiI.ti .d ., 1 ii.,t'I w iil ti vt w isli,-
f1 II 4' !r 'i 'r-t t <- .i-,rIl to plant thl-ir

Ilor l-For thIe Irltlh.
IN 'i i'i .\,' .i-., April 12 -H,,r-e, ial
,- III ti ,ty rt i,, purv-ha-iin hn r-'- f,'r
-,- .' the Brit- ih cavalry in Si ,tli At'-
1Aj. Tlir-- .4arl-,'l- will b .-hiliop-d ti,
;ilv,.-*t ,n. whel-r tih-v will bI' taken 'ni
l.,aird a -'.eavan-r Mul.-. art- a!.-- IN .i,
l.,n'ight uip f,,r tlO' iiz i uirpiln
lIinu:a trt'ni,'rs.
lafl'nerms ( alieot Iw Curedl
t;y lI.atl appllicatio'ns ;1' they cannot
rI'-ah the- li-e;fea-. d iortioin of the-
-ar. Tlire is only ote way to cure-
'dl-:ti ss,-. a nd that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is cau ed
by an iniitlmnd condition of the- nlu-
--is lining of the Eustachian Tube.
,e-'li this tube is inflamed you have
a ruminlini sound or imperfect hear-
in.z. and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnessis tho result, aud unless
thl inflanmation can be taken out
and thiis tube re-stored to its normal
condition. hearing will be destroyed
forever: nine cases out of t Ii are
eause.d by catarrh. which is n)tl.ing
but an inflamined condition of the
mucous -,irfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness caused by
,.at.rr) that cantinot be cure by
Hall'.-Catarrh Cure. H'end for cir-
culars: free.
F. J. CHKNEY&CO., Toledo. 0.
S. lJ by Druggists.T75c.
Hall's Fmily Pills are the best.




Peppermint Cream Wafers, an af-
t,-r diiJner dainty. Ask your dealer
for them

, DURN AN Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.
N 1 by C'hillr,-n's fancy sui's for
. rly -print. ;at Wlhie'*z.

Boas the The kind Yis Nw itys Bf'


Medical Society. Attention
There will be a regular meeting (f
the P'unsactla Medical society a*
the Board of Health o0111 at
o'kc rk p.m.Tuesday. April 24.
Vi.ltini physicaus are cordiall'
iavi:-d t') attend.
D. W. MCMILL.AN. M. D..
President


E. M.tH-~. s. D..
tAfcretary.
1- ACIA.L M.ksAtSg F..


25mt


Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
kle '.,nii he p'evented. Choc-k- cani
ie plumpenut-d out. All this, and
: O..le c:,I 'be d-Ine- Dy nias- t,-e.
La.:die-, cAll on Mi! Keeler at
Itower %, Kruse's Millinery. on
Ie-.day : after that date at 112 West
<;e oreg r 1_2a_ 1 plw
Try THE N'E w Want Column: it
wril! paIy rou.


ce 40c Beer is thoroughly-
fermented and of ripe aIle. It never
makes you bilious as"young"beer does.
It nourishes, i yiLforates and
tones. Ask for c/ofr h teI on
draught. Order a case for home.

THE CHRISTIAN C4CfIC 4t BREWING CO.. CICINNATI, U.5.A.


Real Estate Agents,
PENNACOLA. Fli
REPRE9ENT TWENTY-TWO I F Till
LEADbING FfIME. LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
GLASA AND 5TE4V 3( BO!RR I%'-
S3RANCR 4OXMPANJYS

pictraI AunIts of tic EFOCtaIL
Uf~a ss"Uraice WOOi '~of The


00Ottv;:91ONuF'cv WNWI" IF-v'dn


von sTEAm DI)VISIONG
VI-, 41CO, I 'sI-, I.E;4ITIU147,TIN I t UN A
1UAW.WAY t')MVAiY


Pensacola. Florida.

*-)zi GOLAYZ(0

Grist and Corn Meal Mdills,

W. F. GONZA AZ & CO., Props,

CHOICE M. 0" 11,AN I ) I'l ).IE G IZOUND
STOCK 1'EEI.
Ptstronize, Hom nisldus.try. tor thisre is
0v-ri Y .'rvi,-nn v.ti ouiI h:iy y'or Mealand
Sipek Feed frbm tVie Hon.- Maznufac*turer.
for lpv --doind vou rcu tm&UIe orive indus-
t ry. Y ou. mneyia,49 s lft ri t h. o omunity7
anid vim inr t urn #%re imhikre-r v i elotn.t 1ed.
Iit) to-torini the home. manufnettirer yota
i vt4Ifl~rjhrl~rto th..cauwe*of lat..r. Von owa
, t to tb.tuluhyin Which you liveand
whieb e.'ntributt4 o your support.

uPunrraoV A Ta70"A'-1wTla


Tm!;t.i; 1.-ave. l'.nsivcoiafor tbe Littrit L LbUILtibkUBAL ~UAU'13.
Rs.N-u, !'es-nie.to 14.-a-li. Warrington. Nay3
4:'1 a I.a -,,v I eot #rnsm7:E. u r.IIMareeIlU5 (fc~reary.
:,C it arIII mve--a, Fort linrrrratiaei 10) 4.; S.
,j ~. a. arrt~.-al1t-aiCS-I N
3:3:;i ") 1. 4in ,% o eat F-en &s:rrtw-e-.i:t : 15 pm n
0l: i.p. ru. a r ive at Fc:tI's -.- aribiicuft 7 w p rPhysirju andSurveou.
1) ni ap ra :':'e g't Pt Fe t RF-rai.Las 14: i.S !
Ti-Air4 t ve,,.Fort kiarrancas for P s e-ieo foe-Ioa.anhs
7-, m~i.i. a--ive ut Pen!.Ao!% ..... S.:IF, a. n 1~A1-n -t.- n,412 i IN .8 u
HIt p.e m. arz;ve t 'eLiteoa~ cc!u ...... :4- p i Mil s -t ret-it iPhoue _' 7C
P.4 np. u.rr.ve at Penfl5oa ........ 45 u. m -
AI~ p 'mi urrvpt fe w' t iacrla 5. 1,pIApII ____
7 -.-% 1). wi. arrive at Pe.-sHCOIS ........-.o C7:u4.w UuM
'S4 p.im. arrnve a' Peusacola. ... k:&) p. wn' W m C isemx


SB'NDAY scurDT'rrK.
Leave Pensacoia. Lv F'ort Barranoss.
9 a. m. 1) a. m.
11 i. m. It m.
1 p.m. -'p. m.
l p.m .m.
Sp. in p m.
Sp.m. 4 p.M.
6 p.m. Tp. m.
PARE FOR WEEK DAYS.
Penqaeola to Fort harrancas and return 4fc
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ...... S
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 1So
PaS ro PO UNDAT
eassoola so rgI Barranos M Nary
I ard and retnrn3....... ............... Ne
Peaseiola to PalmIeto Beae and
Sreturna
No freigbt reecietwafterI:1I6. m.


.


f fOT 211)1E GDOL


LEWIS BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Dealers, Pensacola
--- -. KNIGHTS OF x'ruAxAS..
.- Pensacola Lodge, No. 83, K. of P.


Pensacola Business Index.


China arid Glassware.


-Job Printers.


S .I. ISAACS,
S.1. ISAENRY S. WHITE,
%\ateware, Tinware and 'rockerv.
IIl ',)uth P1tlafov Stre.et. .1. S. Rob- Commercial Printer, Ruler and Binder.
ertit' 4Id stand )
Carpenter-' Tools and !Shelf litrdware No. 2111 South Palafox Street.
a i 'c ialtv.


Commission Merchants.


THE JA.1.COBY t;IOMCERYk


Good Work at Fair Prices.

Mfuic Houses.


AND COMMISSION (o. J. lutter's


Ili l :lers if \WeV 'erIr and ( .tl itr%
'Protl <-e- of all iindc.


Music House,


i, ,,'ries and Feedu Stuff. The Leading Music House in F'orida
('-fl,- Roa.ter! and i;rlmier- and Tea and Alabama.
Blenders. This pioneer music house has estah-
I;:*frig,-rattr service. Consignments listed a re-putatiou forfair dealing and
S,-licite-I. low p ices. Manufacturers agents for
"thonI I,. t 11. to i'120 E. Government tre ic-lel.rated Krinich & BHach piano.
also Chicket ing, Weber, Krel', Lester,
(Carrir(Le .4Af,inufactU'erS. Smri'h & Birnes. Wiliard and Royal
Piscos. These pianos are direct from
.1. M. IIOWELL., the factory, anud art- not shipped over
(Establisthed I '*s4.) the country from one
Manuf:a(turer ot Five Carri:ages. Bus- BRANCH HOUSE TO ANOTIIER.
tgis, Etc. You can always* he sure that the planet)
iNepairlin- in a.l its Branches Promptly you get from CLL'TTER is new. We
Attended to. keep all pianos sold by us in tune for '
Horse Shoeing a Spepialtv. two years free of charge. Terms on new
1. East Garden Street. pianos from $s per month up.
112 aud 114 South Palafox Street.
.1. M HIIII.LIARD & CO.,
(Established 1 ) )Marble and Granite Works.
Mauufactur.-re and Dealers in Carriages,
Burigies, Wagons and Drays.


ielairiing Attended to Promptly. PENSACOLA MO'NUMENTAL WORKS,
Plh )e 124. 3o Et Garden 8 ,r-et. (WILLS & BROUGHTON, Props.)
Hair Goods and Millinery- Swatuary Monuments, Vaults, Head-
tones. Vases, Metal Wreaths, Trel-
MIcS. SARAH 1.. BFl-NE, lis Work, Kettees, Chairs, Bauquet
Holders, Cemetery Copings.
.Manutacturcr of and )Dealer in Hair Iron Fences ann all kinds of Cemetery
Goods and Millinery. Fixtures.
lDesigns and Estimates Furnished on
:-I West (Governmnt S'reet. i Application.
Fotindries and Machinist. Work done on Short Notice, Satisfac-
tion Guersnteed.
C. M. 8w-gNzY. W. J. Cosc;wovx. j No. 2 North P&lafox and 2' to 1; East
( G-rden Street.
( SG VE F C') .ANY.


IEngineer,. Machinists and Foun-1-ymen.
Gene ral Blacksmiths. Machine Forg .rs
and Sheet Iron Worker,. 'opr-ermiiith
Work, hip anud Steam-hip Work a:
Specialty .
ValvtSe. l'ipes. Pump-, Conn't c i,)n. and
Fitting. for Se-:im,. WVt-r :rmd (..a..
Palafox Street Whiaif.
Phone 1;7.


JAMES IIl (Gli-:S,
P'. Il ix, 414. T.-l -.lp one, 12;;.
-BOILER WOV hi KS.-
A f;eneral L.iue of Machiue Work.


-0-
Mll kifltiqof Steparn BkuiIPT!rs'Tank.; aud
-.lmvet Irnn Work Manufactured
swti Rrf--itim A Promptly.
sti amboat Wurkit Spiecialty.
Pilo-Fittingz. l-c.. I*:n.
Ico-amd.('o14 Storade.


I. %1. I %1 I 1N, V %V \\ M : ".
Pl :tla: eph'll t. I'a. .lacksoeville. Fla.
T11. STRAT'IIoIN I'E WV IRKS,
I e. Wholesale arid Retail.
i R. iKLvr.R. Manager.
I -lphone 3.'o* and 23.").
0. Box 13f;.
111F. GE.O. W. Al Il\ t 1 V. AND ('OLl>


G. W. Arras. Prest. & GenN Manager.
Corner Wright an1 I:vtyne Streets.


Restauran ts-


NICK'S RESTAI HA.\NT,
(Nick Apostle Prop.)
MEALS AT ALL IIHOLRtS.
Fish and Oysters a Specialty.
Finest Oysters in the City.
The Best of Everything the Market
Affords.
4 pen Day and Night.
211 South l'Alafox Street.


Real Estate.


V:1I8 E1. El1 EAl1, EI- r1ATE A G F:'wy.-
D. 11 1le W i Ilon.- NI tIna ofr.
Real Eslate. N-ntp and I. ais.x
I itie F.she-r Building.
'214' South I' e Iafmx 'et


THE I)AILY NEWS.
An I'p-to-Date Evenini Paper.
Delivered by Carrier at loc. a Week.
THE WEEKLY NEWS.
Published Every Friday at $1 a Year.
Has a Large Circula:tion in
We-tern Florida and Southern Ala-
ba ina.


It ia the magnetism of the values Suits for the little fPllowQ. with
we offer that causes the people to Double Breasted Fancy Vests. the
buy where their interest are pro-I cutest things that ever happened, at
tected. White's. I White's.


met, every Monday even-
ing at 4 at Castle Hall.
In Hutchbinason hall. West
Int*ndencia street.
lettingg brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. JDt)zvi[N,
H. HORSLKR. C.C.
K. R. & 8.


W 0. W.
lAve Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
SMeets first and third Fri-lay night In
each month. Visiting soveroiegn cordi-
ally nvitod. W. W. WATON,
S. tK. THANKI-. Clerk. C.C.


Sui x iu-la u aI Dnrns. Jlrug atm.,
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jcokson Stree


inWm. Marean, M. D.,

lHomeopathic Plysicial and Sirgen,
Late of Ocala, I'la..
Offers his professional services ,) tbe lit-
en, of Pensacola.
Especial attention given to toq treatment
of Chronic Liseam" and i)ifaes" of
Women and ('hildrtn.
Thirty Years Practire In the South.
Office Hours:-9 a. m. to 12w m., : to 4 p. A.
Besldence Phone No. 21.
RFllmr-Rnlownnt Rallng-Hoom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
immic TIple. nPlea 114

GRIND EASIER BILL!

To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H..
i odd Fellows Hall, Warrington,

Mondi-y, April 23, 1900.

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


3M. 3PE'T3BR.SElNT,
--PROPRIETOR OF--o

CRONIES SALOON
o-DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A saOA 9LIT.
Corner Belmont and Devillier 8ts. PENRACOLA, FLA

,Cold Weather
Coming. Send In yw
orders and lotus fill your bin before &
cold snap arrives. We will send you s
Sbet coal you can procure for either baknlag
or boating purposes at reasonable prices.


Telephone No 147.


}Tompso9, Olse)9 0 to.,
dealers In

Coal and Wood,
OMeffe and Yard: 8. Corner Zarrag~e
and Kailroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.



lIo C v Iitnmt 1u l Cd. uL

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

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


DUNN'S *


0 HOTEL


Three Realar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.Eo per Day. \LODGING:
.11 and 511) S. South Palaro r street. Penuacola. lorida. 25 and 50c


H. H. IICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitterl

No. b South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o, Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Han4


sinIUHOK5 am


.-i. SLCA FVLA.


U i. 2J .,10C. IV.UZD.LALtA &A A& &A - -A VU SJS A bS.SA &LSL


WASHING FEATHER
PILLOWS
Feather Pillows need washing once a year.
Choose a bright, sunny day; fill a large tub half
full of water that is almost boiling hot; dissolve
enough
Gold Dust Washing Powder
in it to make a good suds; put one or two pilovs
in, according to size, push them up and down
and rub them between the hands until clean. If
one suds is not enough, use two or more; rlnse
in .lear warm water, wring as dry as possible,
and hang them out; when dry, shaKe well, and
they will be a, light and soft: as new pillows.
Mh." P e s + ttak-n f.. M .:r f ee h K .1e1
"(PVIFWX hLLS fR fOL'-WOBK"
THEN K. FAIRBANK COMPAIV.
Chose". St. Louis. now VeYk. so*bs.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


W :. in timely deallag with the pr )blem of re-
storlng conditions to their whilom form.
t Prenecola. 'may be made for many years to come a


le., mootad-ciasl mater.
OwrieC: Pitt Building. ill, Sooth Palt-
of Met, up-stairs.
PI'BLIDSHID BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-Ilnvrlably in Advance.
0 Year by Mail.... ...... 'f
&MX Moethe 3,
Thm Month*
ao Momth o
OMe Week, by Ca.'rrir. p*yat."M Modny '1
THE WKICKlKtY NEWS:
Pslbished every Flriday at s .I' per year
rFeta g free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Addwtising Rftes Furnished en Application.

AmNI,


ThM paper t o sfile with the
h6.SAN A VETis CO.,
tt ianMla. St. Paul. Minn.. wbenr
Serhin, iadverter and other: may
e-e It a" wee estimated win be given
WOpO 1Wor GENERAL ADVEOTISINl
FBISAOOLA. APRIL 14. 1900

DEMOCRATIC NO( M INNEB.
For Repre.entativms to I,egielature:
r. M4)ORENO JONVES.
J. EMMET WOLFE.
For Pieriffi:
GE(IRSr E. BMITH.
For Circuit lerk:
ANtl M. M< MILI.AN.
For Tax Collet'tr;.
A. H. D'ALEI':1 .1:- Tl -.
For Tax Awerewor:
W IlICHAI.-l-
Fo',r Ctunty Treaturer:
JOHN W. I uATE. .
For Co(unty .Inudge:
THi'MAS R. M11,'cl I.LALto
For School SuperiitrcdL -ni:
N. B. (0 *K.
For Clerk Criminal Court:
M. P. BONIIA-IY.
For Justice ofr he Peace dM I)istri<-t:
JAMES R L4NIDRl'I
IFor Constable 2d Dis. ri(.t :
CHAiLL41 P' BBPE:
Fr County Surveyor:
wV,.. BECK.
Frw Members School Board:
A. .rl.l'Bs.B .
A '. BI,'.NT, JR..
E. WARD.

1'.B. DISTRICT ATTORNEY STRIP'
%NUo, of the southern district of
Florida. has made his report of con-
demnation of vessels seized in Cuban
waters during the late war. showing
24 vessels released, and 27 prizes
condemned and sold, the proceeds
aggrega t ing $60 1.057.
EX- PRESIDENT CLLVEh.I.AN W'S
course of lectures recently delivered
at Princeton attracted unusual at-
tention, and audiences so large that
tle ball originally intended for the
purpose proved too small and a larg-
er bad to be procured. Cleveland
s. not quite such a "dead duck" :vs
his eeeteie have been in the habit
of calling him.


NEGOTIATIONS are in proc)ress for
the consolidation of the Mobile Com-
mercial Club and the Chamber of
Commerce of that city. the reasons
for the same being. as the Revi-ter
states. because the club now has no
secretary and becance "the two or-
ganiztion- are doing. in large mea--
ure, the s;mni work and it is believed
that operating a- one body they caln
dothat work better." lHow woull it
do for Pensacola'. Business Leagu-
and Chamber if Commerce to con-
solidat.'
I-enac *Ia v. M l Some days ago the Mobile Regis-
tl-r pubhli-hed a -tateminmnt of Mo-
lile's exports for the t nine iiaonttli
ending Matchli a:. 19'tio. ai compared(
with t-inil.r periods in tlih two ipme-
vious years. -Iowinigau ,ratifyln. in-
trea-e. TiiH l Ni \-. ini it- i--lii, ot
April li v li tht' :ir;ia l u e- viii
a ,-itliilal ("*ll;i-;t. :A!lv,. 1:1it, i1 ir t ..f
the exi,,-rt- frotm Pe--.t c,-l i. ,oi -
ir ;. ditffTr it in fav.,r ef P', !i-i-
t',L.a It i ti p ;t id ii.nit 'd., t:;, Vi ar'.
of 64Se 4p lAe *,'Id ; nit- t d;l1 i *ii'1.' 1 1
tl h, ,a iin' i i, t f t'!.- lI r ,r :"-

A t is; t! -.tii. t i ;t- ll:;A t 1 1.


M l fll e" :*" :i !, ll r l 1T w *li"-! t \ [>i n.!,i_
*xstr at, i- n f tir i n ll.d friut ian .
re r-l toi te i. t ,r..- ta. t ir, i t, thei.
.lr*-i e Ni i If ik- r llin a coe d l l ier i In th.
Af e1w ii .7140% : >-intr ll ;.! :avI-I-
pam dt i t:- to r: n h ri- fi n:i in niduia. T
Jtu erell :it M, hil rii .I l i t,- i ,-isan i .--


growingfe r lbe Alaonnthe f t no a ho lootker hpotn eia
tb eltrai fl i taIto-r sii lilwrat tNi of thie
miter l fbbt 1t- %im porinxprtir ln'( er.k
avsmoMit i to n'prl fourtes n sciiia leu-
pthre fl l t- W-T1114 4.eL is n.t, the *atti- pg -
riof lor commerla*l oraiipuatlons w ith a
vaew to reve nion if possible. condition
count tor tbe fact on ., tiY otIter htypothIt-f.
thani l ta tei, lhi> tiurc i of hobili's -tippi-
are move prolpIfic than are Pensisola'., fur c
all otr tfctors in consideration of the
M tloTrehbbil Ihis port in a superior ig it.
TVImac rrmnains. however. and a coanu- il
o is of Mt*Ile*'s progress on scSb a lint.
iSir to kove Pensacola altoct-ther in
the rear. T"hs otbjert i s onethat might U
protfyt 'caimnx'onsideration at the bands
of ~ evvinwervi-sl orglaniztions witbh
Siew io mvyer-ing. ifpossible. condition.r I


fruitful source of-upply to local labor and
a potentfactor in the enhancement of that
prosperity now drawing upon th- city from
industrial development ca:1 other lin..bof a
general export bust.ness.
The Register promptly republished
the above, but neither the Register
nor the morning papers of Pt-nsa-
cola have made any mention of THEi
NEW,' showing, from the records.
of the excess of export. from this
port at compared with those of Mo-
bile. This singular omnis.4ion ap-
peals to demand solie sort of ex-
plination.
The timber merchants of Mobile
and Pensacola-and we might say
all well informed citizens-know
that the recent strike at Ferry Pass.
which tied up timber, sent several
steamers to Mobile to load that were
destined to load here. Therefore
the secret of Mobile's increase in
timber shipments is that she loaded
timber which would have been load-
ed here had it not been for the strike
at Ferry Pass. which, happily for
this port, has been amicably settled
and timber and lumber exports from
Pensacola will soon reach their fof'-
mer proportions.
If troubledd with rheumatism, give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does no
good. One application will relieve
the pain. It alti cures sprains and
brui-es in one-third the time re-
quired by any other treatment.
CutQ, burns. fiostbite-. quinsey.
pains in the -iide and che-t. glandu-
lar and other swelling" are quickly
cured by applying it Eve-ry ottle
warranted. Price. 25 anid .', t-.
For -sale by Hannah lBr's. and all
inetdicinie de(aler-.


KNl(;Hrs 01' HONO.t
l'e.;>*.acla't I& letgalitn to the Grand
Ixtlge at Orlando.
'Thie Grand Lodge, K. of H., a-
sentibles at Orlando next Tuesday,
and the member- of the large dele-
gation from this city are preparing
to leave on Monday. The delegation
will include Mayor J. M3. Hilliard.
Past Grand Dictator; A. H. D'Alem-
berte, Graud Reporter and (Grand
Representative to the Supreme
Lodge: C. F. Zeek. member of the
Grand Lodge Finance Committee;
J. R. Keller. chairman of the Grand
Lodge Board of Tru-tees: Judge
Geo. S. Hallmark. delegate from
Hope Lodge. Warrington. and Thos.
F. Wrigh:ou, delegate from Bay
Lod ge.
A telegram received yesterday by
Mr. D'Alemberte from Supreme
Dictator John P. Shannon states
that he is on his way to Orlando
where he will attend the meeting of
tae Grand Ludge. making it an oc-
casion of rare Interest to every niem-
ber of the order in Florida, and es-
pecially to those whose go)d for-
tune it will be to attend the Grand
Lodge. a,. delegates or otlerwi-e.
The reports to be submitted at the
coming mteetirg, the tirnt held for
two year-., are expected to -how a
I1most healthy and ratif.ving condi-
tionof the order in thi- j-iri-diction,
anid a promise of much Larget
growth in the near future.
"'B -tt. r late tl..in n ti v r." It is
be-t. however, to be never late alantit
taking Hood's Sarsadarilla to ,uri lify
your blood. Take it now.
'l. thing that is tailored hone-tly
aid thoroughly at Whites.
SOMETHING F NTIltELY NFA.
%1n -O1,1 Maid' tUnvention" at the
Opera House April I9th.


Oi;.e of the earliest. and. certainly.
tt t- most notable. ( f thee many en-
tertainments pr )jacted for the period
immniediately following the Lenten
season. Is that to occur at the opera
house Thursday, April 10:h, under
the auipices of thp ladi.-s of Chri-t
Church Guild, wliese pre-idet.t i-
Mr-. IH. iuir-.
"r'e corinilitta i:i c a!,ir.-.e ,if It .f
mnint e f ite-rt;einu:liit i- ( ;i''. -e d
of Nir-. Hryan I)uinw,,dy. Mr- .' car-
r.tt Mor-no. Ir-. VWin. Ht. Kniwle-
and N1 -s.-allie. l)uinwi ly. tind it i-




t' i" i lll i1 alle i ;i l i ec ai-* i ti

th- li -t 'i. i d wi !l %,,v,: -
t1i -" !fe' l ,.. .' -.' 'i '3* i v, t. i..

.:)" ;*- I!)-Ilintn r- ,)- tlih "t ;v -II
til a a-f '.lw-: Mrz. E. L. Wix-
w II. M -. .ia -.'v. Mrl-. tH-l lro'.-
natili.iil. M1 i-v- Julia 1K .,xle Va-
rinn, A lk ii. .Ad .l, t.'li;afe-.. i-;init.a
Chaiidler. H llB t l,.r. l.',i;:i -, t',or.i .1 llorv. s, i-
r ih l t!-li. --i. i e liit -.. V lir'ie
\Vhit ilim_. Saiil, %%' ri.lit. Pattrie
li k-rF.k.' l ; I i l 'o.ke EtIhel .l U*I u r.
NI I-- i'r.ater. M i-- (< i;d-takt .
Mi.-s 4( lii. Mit-. (oeiCe4 .M|i
Row,. Mi (N Atinttni;ini; ariil .- -s r.
Charles Sini)Qponl and F-rank Rol-
will r,nden v.iluable af -istazi',.
With such a Coiitttee a tlt -uit'i
an array of "-talent" the re-iults can-
not but be satisfact-,ry. The appli-
cation of parliamentary rules and
ages to such an assellblage will he
the only obstacle to complete suc-
ces-. and the selection of the presid-
ing officer of the "convention," the
only difftcalty that confronts the
Ilmaniagetmlent.
D)-i not fail to read the advertise-
ment of TEETHINA in this paper.
We make Clothing to order, and
re-resent M. B )rn & Co.. Chicain.


SAooP\s


In stomach trouble;, has a -t magic
touch," promptly relieves distress and
all other dyspeptic symptoms. It makes
rich, pure blood, gives strong, steady nerves.


CREATES AN APPETITE, AIDS DIGESTION.


AMONG THE


BUSY BUILDERS


Work of the Week Done By
Union Men.

An Interesting Rep rt n New Bu ild-
Ings. Repairs and General Im-
provenments. Reported Business
News by the Efficient for The
Agent of the Carpenterb* Union.


J. W. Sutherland has completed a
neat enclosure around the Laneford
family lot in St. Michael s ceme-
tery.
A new five-room cottage is in
course of erection on West Garden
between DeVilliers and Coyle
streets. for Chas. M. Holtnian.
Some slight repairs at tie Rosazco
residence. 51s North Palafox street,
and some lattice work at the Childs
dwelling on Stoddart's avenue have
been completed by J. Willock.
The beautiful residence of Thos.
B. Turner was completed to-day.
Contractor M. J. Clark has dome a
neat job, and the building throuiih-
out has many attractive feature-
The old building occupied by Joe
James. corner Zarrago-sa and Bay-
len streets, has been torn down to
make room for a large brick building
for J. S. Borelli. The work is con-
tracted to A. V. C lubbs.
B. WV. Seely, a member of Local
Union No. 74, has for the present
quit the trade and establi-hed him-
self in the commission business, plus
a meat market, at the corner of Z ir-
ragossa and Barcelona streets.
Workmen are tearing down the
old house, corner of Intendencia and
Reus streets, preparatory to building
three new cottages for Chri-. Thie-
sen.
A. W. Olsen is building a new bi ick
sidewalk in front of the property
owned by Mrs. McIntyre, 22 to 25
South Tarragona street.
Since last reported the Pitt Mill
Co. have sent out from their carpen-
ter shop the following: Eighty-seven
door and window frames, a great
deal of turned and scroll work for
various jobs around town, two beau-
tiful pulpit stands for St. Michael'-
church, one large catalogue ca-e for
J. M. Clutter and four beautiful
cedar chets..
J. M. Croua has completf-d the
Charle. Johnon reziJctrce on East
LaRua street.
Thos F. Wrighton's painter- !..vt-
.rn1.t( d the following work
painting and rapering at the K. of
P. hall. painting and paperinig at
the dwelling occupied tby G(forge
L appington on North Reus street.
painting and glazing at their Mer-
chants hotel, painting and pipering
at the dwelling occupied by Mr.
Yarbroughl on East Oovermi,,nt'
street. painting at residence of J.
MN. Burrows. East Goverunienit
-treet, ii.ppered one roiomn fto- lrs.
Bi-chop. 9111 North Florida Blnica
-treet.
"See those housps?.' sai i a citizen
to the writer recently; "the ow tner
thought at the time that he was get-
tir a cheap job. but we tlink dif-I
fr-rently. The building.; have not!
beer, completed but a few years. rind
ri-iht iow they need r-epair. See
how they hav- settl(-d out ot -ha4p;
brick iniust have beepi i earee at that
time, for there is not more th'tn half
!tl"liwl in tihe piers t o make a suhb-
'alitial foiPit, atiior. 'Y4 1 c i ? t al. ; l
:iu th.- I. or of one roomin : i -Li ,ke
it -e en- tire l -: tilh t i1 l ;t |i* i -l the
fraiet i- e intir,-ly tio lit !:t. L'..k
it ti.e -hini l.:l-s oil the re,,-f: th r-i ;ar-
h 1t- f t '-ii il oii and '1 l. .I- I1-
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,'lt te' ,o :dl t !he bII h iih ai(1 i,-
i.ril i'tl hi ii -onti -t -tyle: s. w!.i tnlt
Sle it- 'I'll r


NI'Ts' 10c. PEt POI NI).
.LicO',)'v ha- .'>0l to l)i0 p ,'l)tunli
It~aliali ('he-tintis miil Choice. Hazel-
nuts. which he is offering, t)o elh)*-'
eout, at l cet-nts per pound. 7:at!
Fine furnitture in sum m er
styles, including Wicker
rockers, at very reasonable
prices. Their stock is com-
plete. Don't buy anything
in furniture until you have
xseeli Marston Finch's
stock.
The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the


Musical People, Attention.
The J. M. Clutter Music House is
receiving daily new pianos and have
in stock at present a full and com-
plete line of some of the most cele-
brated pianos of the day. The fa-
mous Kranich & Bach, the cele-
brated Lester and the world re-
nouned Crown, the old reliable
Royal and Smith & Barnes pianos
are all on our floors, giving purchas-
ers or intending purchasers an ex-
ceptional opportunity to select pi-
anos from the cheapest known reli-
able make to the most famous
makes.
In addition to all the above, we
have a large number of slightly used
Upright pianos; some of them have
only been rented a few months,
on which the purchaser can save
from $20 to $50, and on these second
hand pianos we can make terms as
low as $4 per month and up.
With all pianos sold we give an
elegant scarf, stool, instruction book,
$5 worth of music and two years'
tuning free, and we guarantee that
the manufacturers guarantee will be
made good in every instance in case
of the slightest defect whatever.
We cheerfully show the merits of'
these different pianos and respect-
fully invite tlhe public to call and
examine, whether you intend buy-
ing at pre-ent or not.
We will rent you a piano for a few
dollars per month and the rent can
apply on sale if piano is bought.
Call early for first choice.
J. M. CLIrTER'S Mil sic HOUSE,
112 and 114 S. Palafox street.


WILat a Dreadful Thing it is to wake
up in the night hufleririg from chol-
era morbus, and yet cases of this
kind are very common. The trouble,
however, will never become serious
if you keep a bottleof PAIN-KILL.R
at hand. for it i* a remedy that nev-
erfails to cure cholera, cramps, di-
arrhoea or dysentery. Avoid sub-
stitutes. there is but one Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis'. Price 253. and 54uc.
A NEW FIRM.
Messrs. W. E. Montgomery, form-
erly with W. R. Miller, and G. W.
Athey, formerly with W. L. Mor-
gan, have formed a copartnership
and will carry on the business of
dealing in fresh meats, groceries,
vegetables, poultry and country pro-
Juce, at415 North Tarragona street,
opposite the union depot. Possess-
ing youth, energy and industry, as
well as experience, they are sure to
control a large share of the business
in that section of the city. 14a2t
Our Mn's Spring Clothin" is up-
to-datte in every way, l. The Jnio.
White label wouldn't be ):'.i thew it
:haey weren't. White'-.





Pi-t..!,i, (C'nream Wafvr--.-oine-
thin_i i-new. Your dealer should have
thelii.
A ii .lafant a-sortmient of trunks
and v.li-es at Vv white's.
The C. L. I's will serve
Green's Hot Chocolate
and Wafers and eori's Ice
Cream at their Easter
Rally. Admission 50 Cents.
Ladies Free.
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SSTYL[S


S25 cent. will pay for t! e- .~,.
i edition of the Jacksonvi. .
lis, (a large S or 12 pa--. ; i;.
Snow until Nov. loth. ley ,
and $2.00 will pvy t,)r
Jacksonville M,-trrope'l -
until Nov. loth. for c-I .
only. The obj,'ct of tt -
lelled offer is to give t!
i lorida a charice to k.
the news Aof the cee11n:1
campaign at txtrm,:v i
also to niake the io b-t't, ,
i with the leadit i fr -
Bryan newspaper imi t! -
Scartoolns are altmet w,,r:
Illoney.


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SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND MONDA

$3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks.. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00



FANCY PAHASOLS.,

We offer our Entire Line at
Cut Prices Saturday
and Monday.


*? Boys' Washable Suits.

White Duck, Linen and Gelle-
tea, 3 to 8 years, very
Nobby.


mBys' White and Colored Wiss

and Shirts, with or without
Collars, 25, 50 and 75c.


SGents' Summier Clothing.

Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7.50.
$10.00 and $12.50.
.Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.50 to $7.50.


*1Special Prices on Patterns.*


~iflinian loljn~on & Doti.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturer- and Dealer-* iun-


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Dra.v,.

| AT I Repairing Attended to Promptly. (
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Nunnally's Easter Candies


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I'vrybody needs a tionic tr eITS ECONOM Y l
lazy spring days to drive away that -
tired feelinar. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this It iuvigorates and puri- Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed to, Kp,;e I
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healthy appetite. Mountain Mint WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN :~' MINITEk
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the AW Prices no Higher thL n for Infe.rior makes. Come an I ie:
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more than we claim for it. One dol-
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YOOTH9' DEPARTMENT.

UI leIeur Little Karies-A Saxacleus
Figp-Whalea Natirk Little
Gi.1 Did.

Tb. little four 'Marie-z. wLo alwayir
Uwve In the sname lboidy aln-I32,'4.14I4)11
mpeg. -were not plenawd tUe 442wr
040L Their nmoxlhr v'aisgoinc 1-o
Prayer weetiU5g. awl as* ,.t2,cW-rt4.14o.1
sbe ind: *l wanlt 3yo21 24togo to L1*'] .tt
ki Pea t7 tonight. NMary You Vt-eIt
upiow tast evening."
-Now. that's tt.o .bad"'~ sald Mary
WdIlful. 1m D ot tired." 'Nior 1:.n''r
t' cried Mary Lazy soil Mary stIti1Pii.
They a&H criwetfel Mary I.o"1ilig would
wano to do ad ther another sad but at
96" she us quif't. She 11,111 Ulvalt.t 1O
cretloeI fa little afte-r the it-$1-4Jub %k.ere
done.
Soon antne vaial I to.4rd.4 ''. ..! '.. 2
pet-ed In hetr 'ear. 'i- j11v w.'1 144h1im1-
melt.'and you tsa~qi1 ''4u vkan.tjtt-io iipe
Mke n4m."
IA-V .Og to 11441;i t'A lialIf IT03-t *17111W.4
We ought to mindI mu rnini. .~ swSi 4
-Now. I jtp.t UW401't11" -Sa1 Nlarr N*%s'.'ii-
ftd. ''Maitima, only watii -;t~i.get 11. 4 .ti
of tbe way Isf-el idae -he cionit-1,.iiw.-
mid Mary S4l1t'-4.h.*SFinti',. 13
sleipy. andl I ainit.** 4:04.1 MarY 1.:az.\
butKanshae spoke' bor '. i-.; ut 4J10i'4
N.ow. It was bard foor NMar3 III-- I- 24
Insist (oon doming "~alt 14 .114 its .4 41f.-I.
* but the little ''wiev still '4'"4tt 44i'ivro1 2~
ber shafl take up IImy t"rli---4aIii "

sbe thought. An-ltil2''t ..,. T44i.. 1
all bet 1,"ar' I..ot'-. raiitil 1i44 4'iw
shbe'st aIwar'4riztw. in14.iwv tu4l.42t-,
inind her au,'.av~. I d-i. 44 :n t,- f .,I
t"red." *'"WeiL Ud.1 I. 1 144 .11.- .1
Xpry Ianry. Wiry W4ilful :i I~i-%l~
&l46.tm did nolt zint- .11t.1 g;%".'lip. 1-1;t
somietbinic waq drawing '.'il1- -ro
the~r eyes. anti4 their thwici4W'21,-4. 2i'.
they W Mary J"o"iuizrleadi1 2 l:'1,,'iIii"
Wtbee all thp ~r'~t-tw.'-r.' NIii f 'i, V

* ingbtr girl who," 111'1 I.4.
herself and helpl)iier-h..'lt ih.'r'* Si.
was too %leepy for the re-o. Ii'it h.-
knew.-Wiell Sprin-g.

A 5gascious rio.
Pig. that have 8 axzo-O..\I .;(c;.a-.t tr4".
at the e-ir4us Ltoy tli.'ilrf .41! r41.:11i4t-, -4,44
not to tbe nientit ju 1i llIl-tWl'e t 24 "4441'tri.':I 21
with the young l: orkt.r. lthoi~l4"..4
act-E"unt of U ch118(4h- l4 14.1 -11*-~ltI.,t 41,'
Keteord by a p'-r,;io l I" lwho .Iihas '
tote been (4411'444er4-qI2 l 421Igor~;h I'.rt-l;
ble and truthful
"O)ne-of' 2144'Iui& dr~a'.\ g'irn 444,'f.m1
T'entth storet 4 on 1 v o-. :4" 144. 14to.
stolt at the coirni'r 4of' 4rjwii'r42.-r -.2

end for ridesi.'e4es:'r.II.! I14 ..-
lighted to W4. a 11;g try 2' 'scra :00. I?

Wzm. and lie. '"t i'--iochit n- t.i.41ti.
free. ride-rs uziti a 4.44:411 I.,2'I4~

ed by grllnitg 14.41 '.za: t i;4:2144 .-
wauted to gi-t 4uft ii:4d~.%i H.- lii ".

guade hila i'.y to. a .i. %\2'i. 14li' h)i-
was at lii,11:..as.' 4l' 44'.4'. -.. i41 14'lij'o41
lotoi the*. oupi.4..
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laying aX. 1135 reniti'41 WithiI4..I .'14

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Whs a stick (.irl 1)id.
Oune day recently a group of school-
girls were ou1ing lioi"i from i n-4 i--lI 111I
Natick whiten tl'y hiari larsh wod.*
&old hard blto.'. A-. they liokLi.l up
tti su \r ac n44l tvailli heatily loati4il
w ilt a wli'.l in h(lie utti'T 4n.1I A II'
IorSe UUna4l I* ) l 1114've it. T.<114 i ;ver.
withlj a quink stlroL. .s iwslaot-.,'in ;g
tihe |mMir t as ani using lan4uag:.4-
t1 wt u not Scri ipturalt or classical.
It ladl the cirlsl if'aid. 4One4 f 4 ith.i.
however. iull.ld out 4 \\ hlit i hi, l. % %hip-
O1Nu 1 imthat poor h11 -s;4' -* I'll i" 1.1 i1 ""
The m aigry di td i.i'nu.i-u;ly re li>-',l.
"nTu'll wee to it:"
The young girl was iu n.o nay dilaut-
ed and replied. "Yes1. I'll s.e to it:"
and. going rouudl the wagin to tind olt
the *umls r of It as wt'll as the l1iami'
of the firm. continued. "And if y.ou
do not stop I'll report you also.'" This
quieted the cowardly. fellow. and he
calmed down, put his shoulder toi the
wheel. the gutter. And the girl staid there
Sda -w the affair througL.

Iow to Ma'ke Mother Happy.
"Why. ouutber. bow bright and cheer-
ft alyou k tonight: \bat has hap-

"1 feel very happy. my dear. because
my little girl has really tried to tw good
ad day. tOncet b'u bher lorotherT teaied
her and she' sopke quickly anid crossly
to ~n sthe a lSouient after of h-ir oW '
*a'rd asked hini to forgive her. I l|e-
lieve 1 should grow youug ai.d never
look tired or uutiapipy again if ,very
day my little lho and girl were as lov-
lfa. tbo U tful and unseltisli as th y'ye
been today."'
lhre i. a giand secret for you, little
one. and now that you know how to
isake your mother happy may you keep
ber face always full of bright sunshine.

slot. men!
"If lihat the captain says is throe."
sawarked Bridget. -ye may look out
fr the aonsoonU."
Jeamlie. who was on her way across
the oeeao to meet ber lover. looked in-


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900. 7


NOvveTS ,never advertised hie buqinea--or
OGA NEWlS NOTES did its. sparingly that hi t custom-
Church of Christ. corner Jackson
nd Alcaniz streo-t-: Bible school,
p.t r r -. ns a an"ett 9:475xa. in.; preaching by the pastor,
,,..;i. .. -...,. ',.**. 11 a. m.. subject. "The Lord." At
\r,, ,,,.,. t ...... ,,,, 7:30 p i., subject. "LLot's Choice."
,.,,, ..... .. ,', Prayer meeting -very Wednesday
I evening at ::k. Vi-itiir- are always 9
; + ] V- a I* atll ri Iwelcome+.
A party of ladies and gentlemen
S.. alit,-l tt.- E-carti- whil.. out sailing yesterday in the
.t a t: armory. yacht Belle were shipwrecked near
Rhode's buoy bv the inast of the
-titrk Wei-ketil boat ,napping off. The life saving
api.;ir batnk- tl.i" (rw at ttie I'. MS. life saving station
were sool ., *ll:ick Patti's the party.
t.: ot, ,,ra thou-j Ge;rman-Lutheran church,to-nor-
row-Sunday school.9a. mn.; (erman
*,t, f..r St. Michale!'s .service, lu::31a. mn.; English service
..f .Mr. MN1. H. -ulli-with Holy Communion at 7 p. m.;
.' r.j confession at 6:30p. m. Church of-
fering in both services. Vestry meet-
S..,of Jackasonville. ar- ing after close of morning service.
,- i.t ~ ad regi-tered J. F. W. Reinhardt, Pastor.
.,'.There were only two cases up for
v rite a lived tt.i- trial it- the police court this morn-
t1 e fi-I. itg grounds ing. Sentence was suspended in one
; ;-":-. ca-e and the other defendant was
M ack in "*Finnigan. 'discharged. The case against Henry
,!, attraction at the Clarke charged with being drunk
1;--f*day niitgit. and disorderly, which was contin-
ued from yesterday, was again con-
!,a 1nee-tiing of the tiued until Monday.
K lg at the rectiry "
S.. at. i'tl.)c wk. The Millihon Baptist Herald says:
The name of the Second church at
1 V ,--. Pe-ti6a;la'< na- Pensacola has been changed to;
: i-er. raeturrt'd t;ife *'l'ntti Avenue Bapti-t church.
r:.',",, ft,.in .t i tt'ns "rih.-re used to be trite between the
twoi churches of Pensacola, but now
Sl.w ', wa -pre,-ent-d the Firtt Bari ti rt and the Tenth
-. l.-! i,.!. by tl. Avenue are in harmony and unty
S .4.. t, a lair--;zd along all de-irz.ble line,.
Divine service to-morrow at the
t. rl, t tl.. t'.-IA- |Fir-t B.ap i-t church at 11 a. ni. and
A-- ,."'!atiln i- P. i Preaching by the tpat r,
j,, l',-,.:te, la the i if.h iFv F. Jones-subject of aorni r itil
..,; !I serlln'll-"'The Stonlle Rolld Away
'a i ''I from the Sepulchre;'" nizit, "W hate
T',. :" h'" !:- untd-r- tlh Alnael Said to the WVolen." The
: i.., u. t t N-w I- i. Y. P. -ervi.e at 7 in.; Sun-
... .! 'i.t.- x. "' i-- day school at '4:.i a. ti:.. E. 1). Hegz-.
.\i: .r. .up-riniteidt-iit. All are cordially
*. 1 r\ai oa,; i i I .,t\ in tnme t:* iti ited to attend tlhee- -ervices.
':.i t.- yv.Ard on T.Traa- Mr. M. (i. M1orri-on. well known
\\ ri:t street an-'w ly hie. di-td -udd.nily la-t tight whil- I
I'. Ut.rtt. I .1 i'i it fr' Ltn I. laurel H ill to Cre-t-


TWO VERY PROMINENT PUBLIC MEN


Owe Health and Happiness to Pe-ru-na.


R. HALLIDAY & CO.


Direct Attention to their Ladies' Cambric

aU derwear Deparlment!.


Roa.Wmi. Younjblood. Auditor for the
Interithr


Congressman Howard from Alabama.


.WASHINGTON, Feb. 4th. 199.
Washington, D. C., Dec. 10.1998. Pe-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.t
Pe-ru-na Drug M'fg 'o., Columhu.-, <(.: t -I have tak P--a
Gentlemen-I have taken Pe-ru-na
Gentlemen-'ve often heard of your
great medicine and have persuaded my I now for two weeks, and find I am very
wife, who has been much of a suffererI much relieved. I feel that my cure will
from catarrh. to try Pe-ru-na, and after be permanent. I have also taken it for
ug one bottle she has wonderfully la grippe, and I take pleasure in recom-
Improved. It has proved all you have mending Pe-ru-na as an excellent rem-
claimed for :t. and I take pleasure in edy to all fellow sufferer.
recommendanr it to anyone who is af- ery Respectfully, M.W. Howard.
flicted with catarrh. Yours, ('ongrpssman Howard's home address
W m. Younghloo.,l. is Fort Payne, Ala.
Auditor for the Interior. Any man who wishes perfect health
Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly must be entirely free from catarrh. Ca-
becoming a national curse. An uu- tarrh iswell-nigh universal; almostom--
doubted remedy has been discovered nipresent.. Pe-ru-na is the only aliso-
by Dr Ilartman. This remedy ha.- lute safeguard known. A cold is the
been thoroughly tested during the pact beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds,
forty years. Pe-ru-na cures catarrh in to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of
all stages and phases. There is no rem- its victims. Address IDr. Hartman, Cv--
edy that can be substituted. lumbus, O., for a free catarrh book.
1


DEIATFH O F (F,


It puty (Colleet.or if customsms and
('Irrk at This Port Passes Away.
Elwood Haines. deputy collector
of cu-tom- and clerk at this port,


i. inb-r of defni(cr:tt I ft view. Mr. Mor i-o, wa- in h-ine-t died at his home on West Govern-
'i:ti l. *i1 ti- liori1in1g at .o here for a number of yeart-. It 'f ment -treet at s:45o'clock this morn-
S.. tted the- ctttliy conv.I- late he ha- ben engaged i teed ears.
I I, i ti" atP (', weltii. 1ii-rcatitileand imill bu-ine-- at At ; y
dalu-i t. Ala..,and La ur-l Hil, i Fla. Mr. Haine, has been in the custom
-, ..**- it: 'thri.t Church Ea-ter A number of Mr. Morn-on'- rela- -ervice since May 2nd 1s7sl. He was
H .iv omimunion at 7:3~na. il. tive departed for tlie scene la.-t born at Mt. Holley, N. J., in 1824,
: .t ilng -ervice- and l.ly v. 111- night and will accoiinpany the body and has served in nearly every posi-
S:. .it 11 a. iII. Chitldr.t Easter to Petiacal to- night. tion in the Pensacola custom house
-.. ,, :at p. '11. from special deputy down.
for the kaleidH.c; ic j:- TRY ALLEN'S 'OT-EASE, Mr. Haines has a host of friends
.,l 1" t-t.'r itt- to-morrow., it here who will mourn his death. A
at..ht-t mian prove. not ab-olulte- ^ uut "l n n, ru and hot. l" niumbther of flags are flying at half
S;tle%,.-s-wthat a bag I- I Fi the gett tr.-i ,.'- y. Ityf.u ba\ft smnartinK feet nimat to-day in honor of his memory.
-.c..l' a fe ulllillll llllltd or tight .lin(". try Alieini l-oot-Ea -i. It -
-ola thefint-t and ilauk% walk.ll)g asy. I IeAd Hot Front TheGun
.re will e preaching at \luisco- r,- s ewotll-ti., attiug -fe..'t Ingrowu ing
.rf n--.n toa-m.rrow ughlit a,l tister aad cals l pSt-. el.- Wa the ball that hit G. B. Stead
"' Cu,,g ll 141- s tu te i t of ail O1 ah naa gi o e% rest
S..lock antd at Malaga Squate anId -,,.mfort *l r .: t,I,. Mold by all Ian of Newark. Mich., in the Civil
at II o'clock ti.-moirrow fir a t t a, .t.- t i. fr : .-v.t (avo.4W.'Carpenter. *"'a,-t i. Addre.-. A.': .limltei, that no treatment helped for 20
f the u-in'-- h s of the a vear-. Then Bucklen's Arnica
.- t' (.iid ,e-t,'rdav (. i,,d,, Th ihi,--t -i,ri -tt'le- in Iats Salve cured him. Cures Cuts.
-ed t-t y- Bat ruis-es, Burns, Boils. Felons, Corns,
:,y .lid tlee -ervict- at t.. iaI \ --it-e-. ._ .__ Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
";* .i ti E iA-coplal ci iri-h E 1Tl:It MO')NAV ItLL earth. 25cts. a box. Cure guaran-
S1 the day w-i- lrely at- -- teed. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte,
1i' ('hipley Light Infantry Promises Druggists.
-i ,,w window- at !. ;er E ver)tK l3y a G-ood I ine
,: .... v -tore to-day ;t:.;pecr :( ti pleiv l it nfantry had a R S & CO.'s
S' ti ot boautillllalud atd The i igtIfat ad a
i- i : tfid ,t l 1t pretty iJ'an'- ,I*uailal abo ut :., itnm bers at the FL'Y ('REENS.
l.. i lay.'d .;a- a -'ial armory l'a-t ni tt dtecorating for NOTIC
n. i: ait 2- t. .. t'-ir Eatei M.onday ball. Tlhe I hEiartlinz ho.es are requested


S,- ll to b," iv ,ii y it: boy- intn.'d taking thi- a grand
S'it>t, l a- t, nta po-t'lii~'d, i affaIr. Thl-. !i v*- arranjed-(l with
., e. ,t. t ;aiicltio n it ti, Mr. WV. T. (Gr-eni to furt i-h lhis hot
.- f Wet" p11 +lllllellt III+IIn-
I' #.lt w lll l,,to,,iilv tike t'creamll ch,,colate and wafers. andl
*'i' ,i, a ti t. "with Mr. 'To'ny S1mith to -erve Nei'Q,
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\ \ ,,tetn ia ike-- mile-lntionI
"* ,- itl.r- inl:y ti" -i++ to 'x-
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will personally superintend (ispens-
ing th t-e well-known d*-licacie..
'lI'e bov- are determined to gives
tlieir trie'ndl- the b- 4t of ,'vt-rything.
;:lad ti-.- wh.o at'-nud will bt- enter-
t.in Iedl ly t t!.ct ('Cijpl,-y in, .a true
SInliut.try -tyie.


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Sir Thomas Lipton


Was, and is, a typical Irlslt,ian and
Sa genuine sportsman, but he is also
a celebrated manufacturer of choice
gastronomical dainties, and a noted
connoisseur and importer of fine teas,
that have become famous through-
out the civilized world. Jacoby, the
well-known grocer, ha- just received
a large consignment of Sir Thomas'
celebrated teas, and cordially in-
Svites the lovers of good tea to visit
I his place and inspect and test them.
He has also just received full lines
of Bremner's celebrated Cakes, (ira-
ham Crackers, Cheese Biscuit, Oat-
meal Crackers, etc.; Dodson-Braun
Manufacturing Co's famous Jel.ies.
Jams. Pickles. etc.; National Bis-
cuit Co's Cheese btraws, Cracker
Meal, etc.; Kennedy's Biscuits and
Wafers; Wurzen Biscuit Manufac-
tory's Vanilla Wafers (German);
Anger's German Golden Seal Egg
Nudeln; Arcadia Packing Cos'.
Evaporated Apples, Peaches and oth-
er fruits. A small lot of those fine Ol-
ives in 10-cent bottles is still In stock.
The "Little Giant" Coffee Roaster
is still on deck, running day and
night at the rate of a mile a minute.
to fill constantly increasing orders
for fine Coffees. Those who lave
not recently visited Jacoby's should
not fail to go and inspect his enor-
mious stock of everything in the
ihape of eatables avrd food product-+
displayed in profusion In every de-
partment of the establishment.
For Over Fifty Years.


to notify the undersigned how many MRA. WIN s.w's sOOTHie 4SYRUP has
Vetoratl~i they can accommllodate been used for over fifty years by millions of
diturini the Reutnion. April 26th and mother, for their children while teething.
d2 gt. C. r TH N with perfect success. It soothes the child
27th. C. \ THOM'PSON. softens the gums, allaysal. pain, cures wind
Chairman Committe.e, colic, and io the best remedy for laarrbhea.
N,,. 3, .iouith Palafox street. It It will relieve the poor little sufferer im-
mediately. .old by lDruggilst in vvery
v le ft of d thi part of the world. Twenty-five centsoa bxt-
A veritable feast of gotd things tie. Be sureandask for "Mrs. Wini-hw's
for mlln all(nd boys. ,it White's. Soothing Byrup." and take no other kind.
SA BI SIN48 CH \NGE. lIx) Carpet Rpiniants for 75. cent.
Mr. B. W. Steely has bought the each. Mattinurs 15. 171., 24) and 2.,-
lbutcher and green grocery business peryard. The hFoarbes tore.
#of W. He.rnaindez & Son. corner of
Zarrao.-,sa anl Barcelona -treets 'he New Cordova Coffee House
atnd i- thairoughly renovating the oil Government street will serve an
place and making it neat and at- Easter Suind'.y dinner th it prom-
tractive. He hli-i- put on a delivery i-es to excel anythiit in that I ne
wagon and will fill orders Sunday ever attempted in Pensacola. (IGo
:rno iitn a- wael as week (lavs. H, early and aviid tthe rush.
-k-, th- ll- atra atae oof the pnhlhi,'..
H I-i tel" ,,pho i. No. 357. la. Th% Chiplew Boys will
r- celebrtd entertain you in true mil-
oe. -tw vte'. a $3. itary syle at their Easter
Ball at Armory hall Mon-
day nig tt. Admission 50
n Cents. Ladies Free.

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CHILDREN'S SAILORS FROM


S-SKIRTS.-*

Duck Skirts in White, Black and Colors from
y 65c to $100.

Linen and Crash Skirts from . 75c to $2.00
/ 9 White Pique Skirts from ..... $1.50 to $6.00
The BHtter One- Trimmed with Brai and Inserting, and all
.-m wade up it' the Newest Styles.....

-3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
^ -. This is a Regular 7c Value.


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verti-f- P.r:s'aal i. lHe dJ .- it 1 t
alli i-et'VI y ull' -lppart.
NAVAL STORtKS .UI AILlKT
Iteporte-@ Daily for The News to%
Memars. A. M. M. Mon & '.
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MPIRITs TCK 'fP"-ri ,'!' ee, tl
1IOO natny peaoio- lose valivi t'e
1 t. lel- i exphc-riiletii.t '.x t-1
c'iiili andiI cold cire-. IThoy -I.u!
take Fu>e,'s H,:iey ar, Tar ),f1 .- it -
to,, LATE. W A. I) 'Aienmb rtt..
All l,-ath e'r suit (;ces, and i,.ta d
- itchtel- with leather linii!; at
\V I:t e'.
Hannah Bro-'. are agpenit for Ie-
Wees(' Coaigh Cure. I)iarrt.,'a Repn
cdy and Witch H;iz'.-l Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tiins and will cheerfully refund the
miloney to any one who ti-esa them
without being benefited. Price -".
cents each.
HARPER Whiskey i- liquid mntiu-
sic bottled poetry. ripe. mellow, re-
freshing and deliciou-.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER B(ROS.
Pensacola, Fla.
Some folks' pretence, to always
undersell the world are rather tire-"
some. No one ha- monopoly of
brains and money. It will be a sar-


Con-iting of Nightrobeq. Skirts. Corset Covers and Drawers, made
in Cambric. Lone Cloth and English Nainsook, Trimmed in Point de
Paris, Toreh,,n. Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. The UInderwear
represent'-d are Full Well Made Garments of the Be.t Standard Makes,
and wt invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Special Sale of Silkalisle Ve-ts. value 35c at............................25c
Extra Bargain in Vests at................................................inc
The above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
cated this season.
Ladies' Knit Lisle Drawers. knee length, for summer wear.
Bosiery.
It is to your interest to know that we have the best wearing Hosiery
in the city. We are otlering two exceptional values in Ladies' and Chil-
dren's Ho-.e at 25 and 35c pair. A trial will convince you of this fact.
Small Wares.
Attention is called to our increased assortment of Small Wares.
Aside from our regular stock we have added numerous other Newer
Brands of Modern Style Makes, such as Hook-on Hose Supporters, which
reduce the abdomen and produce an ideal form. Clinton Safety Pins,
Miles' Safetv Pins and Stewart's Duplex Safety Pins in all sizes. Pulley
Belts of all description., the New Batt Tie. Hat Pins, Finger Purses, Etc.
TRc Followi M Barnas for the Coinf leet.
All our Oxford Cloths and Sco tch Ginghams that were 35c.'........now 25'.
All our Frere Koechlin French Figured Organdies that were -old
at 4.5 and *i *. ..................................................... now 3.'c
Silkali-le Vests, low neck. no sleeves, former price 35ec............ now 215c
Extra Value Vests. low neck. ino sleeves............................. Ic
Extra Values in Ladi.-' and Children's Hosiery at................25 & 35c


w,** lt;l !hh, it falr assortment of last s.aon', Stmanlty
i-h.it m "ai-t.. ni-t- thiliat % ., 'Cii. I ome 'taro I-fore the bedt values are closed out.

R. HALI.IAY&T C.,
33 and 3.5 Palafox Street.


9teresti?8 Figures.


Some


C(apiral ,I the F'our (re at Itanks of the World.


. .. $86,047,935


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28,560,000
25,714,920
$176,822,855


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FUIDS HELD BY TIE MUTUAL LIFE 112 URANCE CUMPAY ;T M
FIl TIE PITYENT OF ITS POLICIES, OECEMUBR, 31.1899, |

Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
TiI. n'w form f io li'-Yv f Thel Mutual iLife Insuranct C'onipany of
N4. York. ii Fir-t TheI E'CURITY of $;11l.84-1.537 of n-set-.
S,.-,ii,.1 --I()FITIA.B.E INVESTMENT-
Tlhird LIBlRAl 1[. I.\ANS TO') THE INSUREI).
h- ic ll'l,',l :.- 1 w ll- ;,:I.%i ll i 1 o- f l I:,1,-' .

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CECIL WIL LCOX, General Aggent,
JA' KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. (. CIIIPLEY, AGENT,
P ENSACOLA. FLA.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---a THil:--

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDREHI. i" '- ,. .- -, (J. ? ,' .". :.T (<,v-


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LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

4 -Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-@

KREUGER & KUGELMAN,

*-WHOLESALE CROCERS.=
AN ENTIRELY F.tE'-H .ANI NEW STOCK OF FANCY
(;ROCERIES, CANNED (;(lS AND SPECIALTIES.
Trya Ouxr roldcn Flooco p loxur.
Sale-ro,,,.o -. 12-*! >4 E. (G~ove-rimi ntit Street.
WVareflou -e Cor. Tarragora and I. reh Streete.


Stanley Shirt waists'


Bank of England, .
Bank of France, .


Imperial Bank of Germany, .
Bank of Russia, . .


Si 25c TO $1.50.
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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


FEARFUL DEATH OF WOMAN.
%i Die. For Lack of Nosari-Ami-m
and Atl-mfl..,c.

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Women


Who have the




Blues


L0Va-R S V.MEST C 'T'.' ? 7RA N
Pla-., Ar- If r" -


S. D-p-y wo,:y -:
Is a mental conditifr.
otly b.a.eahle to soT
Mdistlotly female ill,
Wel women doe't have
t. w Mses, "-f coiwyra-
- *- vely few people uder
eta" that the git nwed;-
ohme wl* dre them away.


VIN'E P,),

W 7C(i v


SpAC 14L


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Tired and Overstrained Nerves

are Given Strength and Vigor by


PAINE'S CEhERY


COMPOUND


The Spring Medicine


M. Elizabeth Messick, Emerson Institute, Mo-
bile, Alab im writes:

I '.a- -.r. w,-ak and extremely nervous. For
several :i )nth-, I u,'-l prcscri)_-d toni ;s to no avail. I
declare, th-: tirt ,ils of Painc.s Cclcrv Compound
lade m f,-l better and was laughed at. buit the Com-
;pound h-,> !uht me the desired, strength, and in the fall
i retuirr.n to school.
AI a-i no.v in the Home Missionary Work among
the Fr( Imen of the South. Never one year could I
have fir.n- -i : without l'aine s Celery Compound. At
home v. !have- a large family and use the Compound
consta.i. i-n the spring. We owe much to your
mcdicijr.

Paine's Celery Compound makes nerve fibre,

nerve force. restores the bodily health.


FACTS ABOUT SARDINES.
7Nhor o.uo-st.-i- Snr6qf t I hIS 41 0Wfti-7
4 .bsmsotinpiI.53 l *m aked MHere.

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.r"'are o *I1 for Ic".t7Ifl tn T ip impo-rt-
o.4 Anis-ri'-an itard!rw" qarsnow ex-
fcr~irtsael from, t~jji evutitrv to t!,P West
Inetis'm and to So)uth Arn'-r:-a-.-Ncw
York Sun
~eUsg 3Rok onamI-scene.
('lr-rk MIadiru. vve can't exchange
thk jt.rkethboJk you dillnlft buy It
Lar'-.
%In 1lai1-1ell. what of that? You've e
g!ut a ';;i Ilaihe wiritluw ]'Turchases

Irof.-auionaui Iblk..
'"Of (i,urm yo 'u n''' '-r n.J-i -rtise. do'--

"Sir' tT t.Z ::V,!t. By tho way. be
F,;r-- lt -p-) l t hii '- "Or'i f-fivIn your
F!,'411211t Of tfi:e I r.'ca rk~ibe 1, jr'ation."
k i-h lirt ndPlina Iii [ha Ir.

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A rwhvr I.%nrru's 4indild Mon.
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pict ure. W~h:. J: i ':l ~ I!4
vn~f n s :if#'I' n1i-Y is full (fl~t mu?.

'- 1,14im z .)1:- (-rn rII.

"Wydill il.h~.'unsto~p big skyscraper

"IMaterial was 00 ib"


:overcomes the blues. te-
cause it is the safegusarl
Of.. of woman's health.
If regulates the entire
female organism as
, nothing else does, Whon
the dragging sensation
and the backache go, the
blues wMI go also,


Read the letters from
women appearing In this
* paper women who ha ve
tried A and know. There
are a million such women.


*hI .- .tr 1.iund 11- r ansl i.m'1 .-np --
~d'w.f !h,- lirizti r''-raw- ar' j
hi-- ir-5y isar-. iiw.Y.:r~g irrP-
-P-,i'.. Wa-1 l he fir'-Ineui azA
fuiafliv ained ePnrrhne'- 14,' ni- Aiflw
rin-the fath-r. tnothsr and -hi '4,1
dr'-ri wp*fo rUnd tUi n-'iu.t

W.OUman 13irmF-41toi Death.
PINE BT.Tvt'. Ark..A'ri1 :.. -Mfrq.
J-1ri.n a pr ..mninpt 'iw o*ran -fN.4 -w


'ma- fenrv- -tiZTIuniniDWhtr h, Pns-wa-
!hurninnv and in h~-r i-ff-,xt- r, vinicui-b
tnte fir'- -r '- .thing (auvrflt ir'-. -n'-
V VI 0"1~gj*dv o '14Ar!e'lr a 1': j
hnur' aft-r-warr4.
Quitman'% MilI!%t,.rt I.
Q rIT' %.Ga., .xj 14 -T ri- wi-k rof
--t~inw tup the, ia-hiri*-rV ..f tji(- XArkin'i'
and Gul-.I:! "I4d- r.T-'dZr*
_/..ttd'r i.ha- b.-'In kJ411.1a ll- ~ '] thj. 'X". r
(Iin rqjtular tinv-. P -.-ill tak" --v.-ria
ju-tu Yi8iJi'V

I fjK y!.. if-r .AIar .-. i.1)- -t.h

Fnnt1'-rlj-rrg- 1,t~lochild ig' .rh- ld 4 fa
jr(*L..j i ;,urlin -:IE-rann'-r andl hat] it
,ude,~plvaying. A lp.-t w,*t. t~antlinje
rjoAr hi-.iP~tittedthe 'kiild ,vtVr and jj..
inj th. vhiid% ),-;I. pyrs1Iu'ixg a .vs-ri- dan.

Will Meet In Wauhingtrson.
VUAJMJ_(rTtV, (ia, April 13t. The

was to have c4)nvonPd at Mills.dgevill*-.
winl meet in Wafthinirt,nm av 103. The-
eh5.Dge"in dn*ev)the oi 'fflbial ann()nneo-
mnent from Millolodgevillo whieh prrobihit-i
any! kind (of oonventiion in that to(wn f'.,r

(buss-b Do-strOY04 bh3 lightning.
MO)%TEi4,xzjtY. Ala.. April 13.-Thok
Zion Star African Methodiset Epimwejpal
chureik Am RUndolph str~t, near the
Ljorner of Union, was 'trnek by light-
nng eWodnesday morning anid orn-
p1'.t'.1y destroyed.
flay 1WiceTbiuga.
We do not like to be told of our
faults.
We do not want to hear referi-noes
to oecaxions iwhien we appenro-4 at a
digadi-antnge. Vet we dep~lore the prrv.-
alence of flattery. We make aill man-
ner ot fun of our trientdM wbao(display a
%eaknesa for that mtxial p4'st. And yet
the-re are few or it% who. If ths- flattory
1,-' not t(.q freely adlumiwrii-g.dl. aq
.'-witha ntiore'i.' drnot imbitoib.'It gro-.41.
ily and p~ine for more.
Every onfp rI'tift-flIwriq the anerlote
of Dr. llolrie". when he as enthu~ti-
e-'sticaiy appla4u(-dedand to a womewhat

'iDon~t you &:et awfully tired of this
-or? of thing. Dr. II,Plrrje?"'
"Nut at all." "aId the de-ar old marn,
frankly. *I~hey tiever clap qluite hnrd
or long enoiugb to rtl.-ask- me. I pre-
tirn that I '-itild stand it for hours.-
-Montreal Ii, rild.

Bftn t6 e Kirnd 1%Have Aways ~i


S"iiherib'- to Tuil; NiE~ws noily i.
centits perweek.


R1OSS& CO.'
NN*JND(j)w SCREENS=.


CONTRACT ARMY %SURGEONS






n, w-- h1-! r-va-:,~
V. Ar*faarfur4in frarniv*


T- n. -: :r-d n, @-,

alv -.' par vA --d rra r.x -!L- 1"I'.L
Y.f urg-11w-rbr. ) ra' n 4 raTdnk.
af~r r -*,". r E '::A*.'l.i rij r-
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!%tar-h I rist For nm-1.


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wa;k ;ran n.



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%agheicon in I~w-rogreeu.
Tih* pr"mt N-ipo.on'. & in ever
grr i.iibte urmzae amtustUbiiht tand&
in .,j garsi-n -if li. d'Aguffl-rV's, in the
L~u.I.ri,.L (.fParim. The Lwatisp ia perfepcl
nli(:d'-j of tre "little corp~rul' in cbar-
arte-rie-tic attitude, wea.ring a cof-ked
t.ait aud Lwfrrd and Pnuftr x in hand-
Th b features are very iifehike.
The greatest care is necem~ary in order
to preawerve the likenepi. and the artist
gardener spends considerable time )in
clipping :,If dead leaves Bud cutting
away an ocessional Lraacb. The Figta-
taro )f apoleon is reproduced at the
fooKt of Ib4 statue in Oower'a.-iParia
Utlter


LINGI;HING I, H;RIPPE COUiGH
G. Vacher. 1.57 Osgood t t.. C'hica-
go.-ay: "My wife had a very .e-
v-rc case of Ia grippe. arid it left her
with a very bad cough. rihe tried a
bottle of Foley'a Honey and Tar and
it rave immediate relief. A ;'0 cent
bottle cured her cough entire' ly."
Price 25c. and ;-Oc. W. A. D Alem-
berte.
Nobbyv Boy'" Knee Pant-. witl;
Double Brea-ted \e-ts. at White'-.

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke.
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
Thp New Coluiiibhia $1 -t.irt i, ;
(cracke#rjack thi--ea-L''4 new--prii,rn

Th e nicest and most .st//-
/sh line of ruosand mat-
tinx., ever exhibited in Pen-"
sacola. at .ar.rston i'
Finch's hig furniture hou.se.
Ii' yvi chliev- 11 yiu Tad In t!e
>,,i ,.r-" Exozz2'lelr ti,)h- In aJvertis-
int- i: ly :t;;o-i t p,.i--lLg attention*
1)' w- .r". not *-eking pas-ipz .t-
"*:.:'ii. 1V(:'re looking, f.r p-ri.;t-
,-nnt f:'-ton1ers. WLite'-.
E;MI1'1A)lYMI'NT OF V< F.
,'.. i!;, :,',2 ,,r call at I;" offi e-.
,- of ar' ,rpelnter. B. D1. H1ffman.
kl-.in--- A t If t1,. (':11rl-nter'-
, ol Joir-r-, ',Union. will f riiti-h you
.witi the Jd--ired help ,o:i -hrt n,-
Sce.-. r "i>t f
1I'PO.SALA I ORt I'.-1 ICE L.11-
FI-'OMS.

fur ur i-n-)iii .urn:i--r uinif r;nl i for *l' ,,-r -
lii, te partnir;T. ii* Bard ret.-rvy th,-
Y.fht to r.- ect ar or ail t rl-,
R. E.L. L t h1) AN : .
ULAt.KM EYL. ( airnian.
Clerk, all-o9d-'I


up...n ti M y :.. .- P.- :
d...::t .'. wa- .. -. .- ..l.::e-


I" .r I I. "-im6
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handleI; d C *:.. w. I ,-
terf.-reue :r, r ::.- -.r-.-t

price i- -. .,w i t wi: : -
reach : 11. ( ; i, x ';;:'- i
and I'-ive v. r'-r v i .us i. :
fr mn ',t- : *'..- 1:-id.

thi-e L.bbv ar A; :: H *- "'

rz..r- *u, : r'-. -;V .*. '..


No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
F v-r' -: : '::,. :w -.r at
W' :,. : ;- -.

l.5 ;'. ;, ",' '.
ilk,- !-w .' L: '."

No refriti~rttor on the
market can equal those (sold
by Marston ,v Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
Larp


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nor conlsilln--
Smoke DURHAM Ci- '"r "-
gars at D'Alemberte's. c.*r*or sa *v.


Penatlwola Luintwr'


Kiner T'jw; -b
.4 y Iboe r'w of *&ad%
A44
To orde-r.


MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER.

wo. 10 Iortt Bayllc Strre


WE HAVE THE OUE rlt WA4T '

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REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENr99
NO. I S'Auth Palafox Str,-e:.
PENSACOL~A. FLA.


IuGULAR


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25 QCents


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Resta~r~'


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If loiy r .N .

Fish and Oysters : :: S-,

N ick A postle.


GEO. A. PETERSON'.
D'ealer-.
Bieyeles aid Bieyc~eSn-
i4'-nt for '.-'-r *.4 -

a t Ay lock. E tC.
12 west Roman& Street&


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


II\i~l IN THIE IlilSE e


vAppropriations Is the Order
This Session.



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KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANS4,ES THE 5VSTEM
(L~E FF ACTUAL LY;

OVERCOMES.j 6% -:4f

H41TALCONSTIPATION
HABITUALPERMANENTLY



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Plili a... ot !A. N4 t -v ni'. al? anal
:1a d 'lN I ;:.1 i at1 : a i a M IN loisto
tlas f :ITo- ,~i I; til. .d aII I M anil~a. I t a-;
ic-4lidLssilt% I~j 1.I1t I:at l I I '- flDe
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A it; litR V i
BELGIANS IN THE SOUTH.
I nteare,4tinag Inadti~t'rijoI liaingor S p
oietistling N egrqw- oin F*a rms.
\lo,.ri'.t; .,Api. \ril :3.-Aat in-
t. i.'-iaug iiiih rrail a stha92t. is rapidly
t~akirig i'.t. ki. ~r:... a -4t i'11II'(if tlla.

I) aT..a an F'it ut'!: a::ia.;. -a-hang-
inag t Iv agricuiltural -t~atulj. -sik-J-iallvin
iv..au-aiuiaa Tht-,o n-e i i *Z'r-;are- thrifti-

tana :t -T~a I li a:, :t .a 1t:t'2 .4
fN- -M'sltuaiaS la. Ian ~o r*:;-:. -r apsalli-T

gre .11 a r, I In sh*e *.t i I

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sal\ i 5 -! ai;I:tl t


BOER TROOPS LOST

HEAVILY AT WEPENER'

Urgent ,Icasage Sent to Roux-
ville For Reinforcements.

FIGHT AT DEWETSDORP


Severe lEuiagenment In Progress There.
Loindn ei eagerly Awaits Newp Frona
WelMener Where Dalgety's Force Is
Surrounded.
Lo.xvx, April 13.-Judging from the
lack of news from the front, (j-olo Fri-
day is being kept in South Africa &a re-
ligiously as it is in London. Presuma-
bly the situation remains unchanged,
though word from Wepener is awaited
with interest and probably before the I
day is over a dispatch will be received
from Lord Roberts. FArly this morning
Cape Town was as much in the dark re-
garding the progress of the campaign as
London is at the present hour.
Advices from Reddersburg say the
Third division, commanded by Major
General Chermside, has arrived there
from Bethetny without any incident
worth recording. The Boers have been
loacted south of Wul.xner and Smith-
tield district.
.tuonel Dailgety, who i- in command
of the coilunial for.c- surrounded at Wep-
enar. is h,.lding. out munielv Exciting
devel,.lpuinIlt! are pri'rable in tlho t near
future. Th,- c.ruc. rship i. particularly
atri, '.


Hiar s Lo!t lenat ily.
Ai iv. a~.,lrn. .\April I .-A d.t:r.b-i
ImntaI .t u't*i the Houxil i!- pitrvhi, in this din-';-.iti. Maiyv of
the t)i 'a I' thet-ir fi'lri- at lnitht lind
repjin tLeir l],tachnicut in the lumorning.
The Rouxville commando numbers 700.
A large bIdy of Baisutos is closely watch-
inlg t-vewit fronm tlhe order. Thte weather
is too cloudy to permit heliographing.
It i- rv'ported that the Boers lost
heavily in the recent fighting at We-
iwnecr. There is much weeping among
the woini and an urgent mnissage for
;isi-tanc' hats been sent to the Roux-
ville- commando. There was fighting at
Dewetrdorp yesterday.
The report to the effect that the total
British prisoners taken in the operations
southeast of Bloemfontein was 1,i00 was
atu error owing to the two Boer generals
reporting the, samne engag.nieunt under
different names. The correct total of
prisoner.- is under 1,000.
Sharp but decisive fighting continues
near LD-ewet :dorp.
A LITTLE KNOWN PACT.
That the majority of serious din-
oa-es originate in disorder of the.
kidney-. TFoey's Kidney Cure is
guaranteed. Try It to-day if you are
not feeling, well. W. A. D'Alem-
ber!e.


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.1 11-t ret- ive-dy 27) wIoi re d s / i of
fitt c t- l~..t as..
Miarston N'.Finch/iare
hiea.dquarl'ers /i..r i a,ni-
inocks. either fIne or cheap.
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COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Hare !tyon ried Swans'
I own /iour.' It is. the whitest
tind s'wec/est on the Amneri-
can market, in barrels, half
barrels, 2., pound and 12
p/ou nd sa cks,. wholesale a n/(
retail.
TryI Delatour's Ginger
.Ile: het 1 Mineral Waters
on the market, equal to inm-
ported goods, and only
>I. 10 per dozen.
Tr! our Freshly Roasted
( 'oj/es.
JA4S. M'HUGH,
i 7holeale and Retail Gro-
cer. Phone 105.
NOTIE E.
NOT'ICE ( hereby even that the follow-
,1 g namedrl per-.,nicla:ni the following
described lots in thel water front of ttie tity
,of Pe ipncola. under thiet't i( the LogiliA-
ture of Florida. approved lunee :d. 1**4t.
" r-. M. A lll!h1'-I.O li bllod-," ho 2'.
.I. I. HootonlI.t- t 7. 17. b -. h ixk 1:i.
S:,i ,V -,- g tl'. f .i!: 'laili- will br Uin on
the .it i day( of April. i'ri.
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WOMEN WHO WORK.

8T. Locis, Mo Aug. 12.
Though only 19 years old. I suffered from
pains and female troubles two years. Last
spring I got so bad I had to quit work. I had
to support myself, and could not afford a high-
priced doctor. I got one bottle of Wine of
Cardui and that made me feel better. Have
now used several bottles and am well Mv
mother used the Wine for Change of Life and
wS greatly relieved.
MISS MARGARET WALSH.


IWi i~ic-ELMfmI
tiIe4 CardI 0I


Many girls and women find it necessary to earn their own living in
various kinds of employment. Their work is often so hard and contin-
ing that the health breaks down. Their delicate constitutions are unfitted
for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly always makes its appearance in the
peculiarly delicate womanly organs. Constant standing on the feet,
and coming and going at the beck of a superintendent or foreman, in-
duces falling of the womb, leucorrhxa, headache and backache. The pay
of women workers is otten so notoriously small that when sickness
comes they have no money to engage skillful physicians. To them Wine
of Cardui is truly a blessing. It
Li tU' ANVISART SEPAITMEIT. cures them of their ills at a small
For advice n casee requiring specIal cost, and they can act as their own
d irecioML* addres"sat riVg:.SApom physicians. No doctor can do as
XMirIlni co, cbatanouga. Tenn. much fir female troubles" as
Wine of CarduL


Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
A8


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Easter Monday
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RIRM'ORY H-1LL.
o4rl v zan.Lw I"y T*rxxz.HA

Chipley Light Infantry. U J N| f@-
The-~--^^-~--,-^/~-^-^ Ph ipl0y' It t M k t9ai t


The Chipley's Intend to Make this Ball the Biggest Sucev-s of any
they have heretofore given and will spare no expense to that end.
Admission, Gentlemen 50c. Ladies Free.

"THE OLD lRRlT.TAlRTEL ."

ICh il ller,

Choice Family G'racerie.,


Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


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


0. Box 6.


SOMETHING NEW

-AEVERY DAY, -
o--.A.T--(o

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,

XIi-Patroii.. New and Old, are (ordially Invit' d t Vi-it and In-pect
their nineLse Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NAbHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFF CT .IANI'A RY 7*-. 'Vi1.


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N o.-:.N" A. S o. --. No,. -21.
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S. A. FRIED)MAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOI'R MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD: OLD BILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
"WThe Largest and Beat Se.l--ted Stock of Bottle Whi-ky and
Wines for Family Use.


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NAME'S


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Ball


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged. sI ort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
500 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what .,bout them?, Some
are a dollar a pair. good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good cassitnerA pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good eassimere
pant,. Some are two.
three and four dollars a
pair. good wol -ted pants


buy pants for adver-


tising purposes-to sound

cheap. We buy blood pants,

pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided


home; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(to watch your


money pockets nights in

case your wife wants to see

if' she is &'e/ting half of

your' income pistol pockets

and refreshmient /pockets.


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Solid as a rock. plain or fancy pat-
terni- for $2.50 that will ke-ep an able
bodied inani h'tlvy niht- and days to
wear thelml ouit ill ni ae.-r. andil for
II.", O-ileP niew fuatiyv ca3siiLere
pazt-.. lapped oam-ia aind creased


klipee-.


WHY. SAY


We --l a U Isiur" W(,r-te-'
p~arit- fo~l* a a pth~at arf'"!-imrply great.
lPatroar:z'. ,mt I'mritry'. it t.


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THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
ryWAlao Agent for the Famon- Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv- Thl Big DOWI TOlw ClOthiweri
ery to every Part of the City.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.


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AMONG OUR


ADVFRTiSERS.


No reader of Saturday'- Nxzws
can afford to overlook the numerou-
short reading notices with which
many of aur best advertising patron.-
invite public attention to their bu-i
nes-. (Opiuior.s differ. eveo-n ari't.'.
the most ,.xp-ri -;acd adv-r ti.-r-.
concerning the- r-s;et-ct;ve lui'i: i t r
the diffb r-nt methos of advertit-inir.
Some believe in ;t fix.-d fcorn tA
"standing ad\vrti--lient." c'i,-:awt-


ly recurring, indic i iug -t.aility a;t
importing continuity; otti;a n-
larg-er -pace, with i-tituent a i .ii, --
enumerating Bpx.cial var,".',':- ;i.,
exciting iniiie --t i:! v, ,y i--',
iof th!- |l'.a --aii! a 11. aV I
truly -,:l;i ::. t t -,
the vcr y l..;: -t ', i;: -' : -
li-rou- .-t :.J ;' t' ,. .. -

io -t tl- i : ., t .,. *. -
eriF.l iini .: ''- i. : .-, ,
N ow- t.\ ..1,. r :, 1 :.,, 1I:.
i- ev- r 'l t, -r,, .n:, :; ,
tally irld aei '*ta - I TP i tll f rs 1 1 ;.:. ;:
iN 'WIr -m'a t !*l' .. T r *- .-1 pmn- ; .
v ar.,1- ill tU l- *.,-; <| !,tl, i :-, .,

Ca.til t. tin C il.ltli. I, a- ta ; ';ll I
.+at,'- 'ilthr ,u- 1l !.' I1i r, .i ,. i : "
in tilt l auiilt--- 1: i- i'n l'.- -, ..- -
to h Iallno-t "at-ut at -i ..t ..*- '
and lino e iili b- II.ad. a '1-i .,-
thle patrona.j.,- ,f t:i -.tp,' r r-.,;:-
a. it i-.
That t! ,,- i- acntial ,..i:a ,v :.
patronizing a g,,,ad i.tl;u ;(l L :. at
long oiuc- ddemi,,jia*srtt-d. If vi a iala,
not quite re-;liz.- it. t!:e Star Lain-
dry can pr,,ve it to yo.u ca-ily. 'l-,.
their new ad in ttii- i.-u-. Dlurin'i a
single recent week this xxcetllfnt Iii-
stitutior, turned out tor thle ladies I'
lawn dre--ses,. ln2 -shirt wai-ts. 27
skirts and dozens t 1 Ea-ter lwnnet-.,
besides it. regular work for the geni-
Ulemen.
Among the articles -dverti-ed by
B. Person :ire the celebrated Peerless
Iceland freezerse. for which tie is .ol-
agent, and which are guaranteed to
freeze in 3'. minutes.
Everybody is wondering when ('.
H. Turner's handsome show win-
dows will be open for in-pection.
His manairing plumber, Mr. Mar.-y,
bha been ill, which accounts Ior the
delay.
If you have not tried Wing Ho;',
China teas, you di tnot know ia:
you have iiisi-d.
Thompson, Ol'en & C'o. will ooni
change the-ir coal anid wood ad aii
tell you soaln-thing about ice.
Be pure anid nt f< rge-t tn, "-ii'l
Easter Sund.iy dinnilr at the Na-w
Cordova.
Dunn's ho:'l and r.-tauratn t s:,",
maintaills it, i lleli-a' apoatl iii'al.Vty
and that tl it- etaiiil propii et-or.
It i-s scarcely ni-c<--.ary to direct
special at.nition to the always lai;l+a
and alwav. int -re-tii;-i advelti-e-
inents of W\Vi. Jo,,hl-nai & Sonl. Ev-
erybody r-ail- tilh-n.
After E.'atl-r -Sol 'ahim & ('o. mwill
have .'ai:';hing entirely new ;ii:li
intensely ii.t. r'stinx to say in ti ir
regular adv0rti-.i n: pace.
The Eo rtas 'rtore Ads are anmoiln
those whi h every lady re-a(e-r h a-t-
enS to ('Xa .ima- 5.e'e n 1at thi ii have
to say thim. we k.
R. Halliflay & ('&a. aIe ,ft.iiri a:
large a- ii":-iit eof -#-a'-s iiabla- gici s
of high vi a.ii.- at r# aostaI bi- prl i e-.
Kreut-e, & N-i'an, .t- n;-w"
wl whl--ala i,,cter-ai on tGvrin.tt
'reet. ar- iIlakingv a ,peCla.ity of
(Iolcien t-i 5 ,-c.- Fi Pii.-
W. G. ( pl-v'- ini-uiaice a.l i-
one that a;' -h.iuld be ;ntere-tt-d illn.
Houses i-i r-i.t are a little more
plentiful a.in thyty were a few
months a, -. 1 ut it ie still difficult to
make a go.aJ -ieci 'n ('onscult Thos.
C. Watsoi .~ Co'- list.
All thel :nudt rgsarten children have
been iont r -astn.g themselves-and
their pire:.'-- in ttie Gas Company's
"Fuel Gtms; Alphabet." This live
company !. a- a i6a!f page adverti-e-
ment in tL i-. i-ue.
The ClI;'-y Light Infantry ball.
Monday im.4! t. will be one of the
most inot d -ociety affairs of the
season.
The -1. -\ P- u Co. still "pants"
for wore ci',.'lilig worlds to conquer.
Visit their paLtry" and see what
they offer.
<(eo. Wilson & Co's Delmonicoe
restaurant and grten grocery is one
tf the most popular places iu town-
for more reasons than one.
H. Muller. the "old reliable "
grocer, is realizing excellent returns
from hi- adv-ttisemet.ts in THE;
N EW-..
Brawner id noted all over HVe-t
Florida for hii- aood goods and l,,w
prices. lii- Easter sale was iun-

The Ea-tr t barhainis of (. Cater:.
Friedman & Co. at the R ':cket Stolre
are not quite all irone yet.
Jacoby's chapter on Lilato'fs cele-
brated tas lias attracted wid--
spread attenti ,n. To b-, ;ap(rteciatii
they -ihould be t:i d.
Nick Apo-tl-'- ")u cent dliin'ar i-
great.
W. T. G(ren & (Co. arte the only
druggist adsl' n -iir: ti, e ;'ra-., ii'-
tioti bu.-ina,-- in i'iK N i.' T'!a.
deserve tht' pa.irotai t t.,t p ltil.-
for t:.e lea-oi- -tat.ld 11 [ii. ir .adv, -i
tistw nr,'!t.


I) 14v-(,I i e U iviIt.
Thoel~'o'ata--t (ar- za-r Ti "12 L.
i~ f ik4renulitir aw i. aU

hawV 1i'J. V -nC'.' I z ~tt !. ,- -f;,4

and- who 1h .a'a a.-'d t i i5 ri-mn ed v (a
la grippe-. % a~~a eteal-.nea
i--ngle e as arre-tlted in p:;a'ti-
monruia. m"ailchi -)aWs- caialrta
tMat thi!- ra.-rM dly I:- a 411.113111 Pra Vt ii

w..1' ,l I I*- at. a I ; -aa
a d iatoIa'- ukt-' F-r I. tv I

J. 1 SteT*a.:a 0-- -at


CLARRiCE KNOWLEB DBAD. I Millions Oivel Away.
A Well-Know. and Well-Beloved For- It is certainly gratifying to the
me Citizen asses Away. public to know of one concern in
the land who are not afraid to be
Hon. Clarence Knowles, who re- generous to the needy and suffering.
turned from Atlanta a short time The proprietors of Dr. King's New
since suffering from a severe illness. Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, have given away over
and who has since steadily grot n ten million trial bottles of this great
worse, expired this morning at his medicine; and have the satisfac-;
temporary residence in this city. tion of knowing it 1Ias absolutely
surrounded by hi family d cured thousands of hopeless cace.l.
surrounded by hi family and many Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
sorrowing friend<. and all diseases of the Throat. Chest
Mr. Kniowles wau a nativ- ,f thi- and Lungs are sur ly cured by it.
city and w,- abMout 47 -e.r- Hi- lathr. zH.i. Peter Knowl. twiAts, and get a free trial bottle.
Hitere-lar size 5oc. and $1. Every
wlho rpa.-,d away a few innmtth! ago. bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.
was aline o t). t proIniieint pi *!tver.-
of W-V-t Flar~iJ. *li d(.taod ,'It'l' T RCEIV IED
remnhovd h!;unte to Atlanta in (il eonisignmenrt, a choice lot of
1iW7, en.'a; ig 1i l-inie-< there a Iancy Veget:bles-Celory, PI'rsl.y,
S'arrot-, Lettuice, Larg-e I'T rnrip..,
an Ti.'--n',>!u'h- a.lent, ai.lt !-t'.niS- ;'i or. ,, tawh+rries, ete "o be
imin -di'itf-ly p'Ton.inr.t in thii hu-i- sold at r a-.onaible pries. (l0-,. W il-'
n.es.s aid al .ii:tic-al iel: el- nf a ti;i. -,~ in city. a:iia1 w:-:- twice ,lct- d taa t'e'1 "! -it, U1 iion DIpot. Teltph i*nefi .
oli i i .;i-I l rt- r h' ..**.-rv I 1 .a2t


Sith l.'::' at.I a I -i-t ir- tio;. A- a
r:-ce.:: i'a, i f : 'r I i- :. ta ., f at ,


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M-' I. H ry S.'1 ;*:* f Atla-!t k.
t1 Ic .t ''' ?'',." li+;. a (E'W'P -.i "t
tilf..' "s V +'' :. i' .+. at ana'lht. r
a, :o.t:. :- ;. V," ,; II. K :I aw l. i ,ef
tlis :..y. :it I .' -t' i--- --s J,-.i-
Ki owVr a .- '.

!..w i ; ,- i a t '.'' a tla i.s! J I 1i;l ca
I'; id:iy l,l-t. wl.icii cataataii..-d ai
fairly <',l ;, ';'tr.ai! of M r. Khtiowle-,:
"A l:iir- aiitelt.tilii-r- a In.1:1 ofl pro-
la-if ctla y !':tl:;C::>' t la ia'a -- Uriii i. ;
vi1'il iit. ti p aPil- and irtltiU-in ti.ai
l.=>-i itr, ; t ;;(-i+r,,i> lf-ntlemn an.
trut- to hi- f;-iean'-.: tie-voted iiu-halid
and fathi-r, th--+ are soie of the
f.attirt-r whi.!ch tht;' c;ara.-er of tt '
Hon. ('ar'-i;ce Kiowle- illuitrata-d.
rnderid.-ri l.imn a promine iit and
lovable figur,- in tli: -ocial. coilm-
mercial and political walks of life."
The remains will be taken to At-
lanta. where the funeral will occur
to-morrow. from ihis late residence
in that city, at 4:30 p. mu.

SHAKE IT INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'w Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful. smarting. swollen feet and ingrow-.
ing nails, and instantly takes the sting out
of corns and buntoA,. It's tho greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Alleon' I"Foot.
F.vae mak-s tight or new sboes feel eaby.
it s a e-rtain cure for sweating. cullnus
and hot. tired. aching feet. Try It to-day.
diold br all druiilgi.t and ehoe- stores. by
mail for n2-. in tampl. Trial package
Fri-E. .AddreN,. Allen aS. Oi1sted, Le Roy,
N. V.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. Star Laun-
dry.

Nobby h 1.;'i:), Suits for young men
at \VWlite'-.


FLO "-I VA -1141.1NoIs.


. Brililliant ('olon) t-lihme for West
I-.l ilia
M: -. H. i Ithell of Elgin, Illi-
ii-i, reccintly purchased (SO> acres (of
l and ill th! vicinity 4of Eleven-mile
Cr-, k. E -canibia city, from Col.
J. M. T.irl,le. whi'wh tie is selling out,
toa actual -ettlers, in lorty and eighty-
:cre loas. Ti-ec plaurchasers are
f.orming them-elves iito a company
and are :-, develop jointly, for s-ev-
a-r:il v' r., ?I:-** r-ouriirc-s of the s.il.
Mr. C i rtth,1 ill Iaet the chief p>ro-
i.i.,t,-r ,aI thl" -.t.-: iin:. lie -pent the
,ra-:it-r p.a!t of: 1:i: (atohi-r ihere, in-
\ ti,ati:.: ta placticability of such
:t Va-litUlt,.
l .provi-nnt !- auve hbeeii already
to-'guL oon this puicha-e. and sunar
a:i*l; e. irA-C p-O;itato .- alnd ca-itava will
te giv- n the b st t-st-t of their capac-
ity for p;o-tlueti on in this sec-
tiin s:utai and rice mills are to be
-recto-d on Eleven--Miie creek, and
all otilier improvme-nints anid con-
venietnces for 'acilitating the accou -
plishiment of tie proposed outline of
work for the cioony will be added as
r-jquired.
Enthusiastic and substantial set-
tlers. such as Mr. Corthell and hiis
companany are, should receive the
cordial encouragement of our people,
as the scheme i s a feasible and prac-
tical one. than which no better has
been formulated for the un'olding of
the possibilities of West Florida soil.
The unusual advantages peculiar
to Pensacola itself were grasped im-
mediately by these Elgin land-
seekers, persuading them that the
future of the city and county would
be, one day, the glory of the Union
and the en;% y of the nation-s.


April Wisdom.
Be sure that your blood is pure,
your appetite g.ood, your digestion
l.erfeet.
To purify y ur blood and build up
vcttor health. take Hood's Sar-'ipti-
rilla. which will make you well by
purifying aind enrichiiinr your blood.
'iviiia. ytiou :n appetite and nerve.
mental and diie-tive strength.
VITAL STATISTICS'.
I;ec',orfi of Birlilt and Deaths Filed
in the* (tflet of the C(ity Clerk For
Ihew 'e'k ndclit Saturday. April 7
FIRTIIHS.
\V!.it.-S.'. I T!.Lna t'olotr--J.i n 11.-Il Spep:r-s mid
*vife. :a -abit: :1" dliey ill :laild wif-., a
iu: rhte- : J ':;, 1- h 1 k,-r a:ind wife'. ;i
- 'ii; M .!atlitl' a',ri.,'V, :i a-ofi.
i', i i-.
W l'it, r ;>\ .;i *- t". 3'2' y\ t'.
M>i]ti [:.inti~aWi- W. W. M in:i.
hi V.,.il-. 2::-t!lti-": ( :t+> T tln ii i-
lirn. iniini' .-. aipil::arv lron;cliitik.
t.*.lor dI- (':.ild of it 11 1 tt:1ll
'aorn : Ellz I it. t'. Dani.-lt 7' va-ir-.
a-;lt ali-.-a : M r.l.< v-.ar-. a'ri.',;2.,:.l i: M1:ia:,i- 4,'uarles. 15
",'i .i ;. '* .' : .'L It % t .
(l .Ir ; :' .n al- l'-oa t'r,-ly J!.'. 'w -
.-*: .a:-.., w t!', t '.i.k th., a- ;trarvy
:.ave i* lher i:.' t f.irly t ieid u ,1l
a o I. i.: ~,-';r" ,, a', ;,ric-- h.'y
,. i 7 : rI l t ',,;'. i!;1.Z t-f .t,,u L ;-


,-'k ,, .- -'* : i i t; iaW at
V :..; '-.


\x' Lat Vmpayl Vf'' (ea i i rot
11it-1)ii!~ 'rta~nit ti vwliat yuget.
\V I


-'iti. ofit 4af th rar#-! mi1r.'(* S


ca. Al-a t1;1 V, rV jl:;e- II' ci -f eve
("AI a.4-l I. ki.' c-a xd (in atke
(Met oil' tv -p h n you r 1ri r t4)

FOIL SALEI
A; aia Pargai abmEl ay Tel Iaae.
Sv;.-',-t Il',etiFkarmi. sirtuat'-d in thf.
flif'~'wtuir~rv2illgo- (if Ailvij.
caiid ey HiBittle-. ttatc ; Tlerm-, sof
sat-: 'I -ut- fo'r '-ar'iigue-s~; thte
ptAr-aeni gur-.-ingnigleart-'st the 'v~alua-
tion etat -iia'praep'-rty. Proet-cd. *6)
bo devoted to Catholic Baza.ar funid.
For particulars apply to aronht.
WE~ST FLA. TEAM RA. ERN".
We are doing a baig buminpqs. arid
it i.-. no wonder. Whby shouId n't we?
There is no particular mystery about
our auccegg. We always have the
right goods, tile right service and
the rigtit price-s, arid these always
win. %Ve emphasize the honest treat-
inent feature and sell to sell again.
wVhite's.
A NOTED MACHINE.
Tlu S( iwinq Jmqrh iisr sohl at 0. M.
Pryor.--iBiq Ffirnitiurc Ifois, s p
,ioff-d throti/hotit the wirorI(I for its 0
cIbid work (int'I GYM iman iruniii,
rrff I,/umwck-# I pcr Lan/s. 1,6114(I
wd 1,111 (1m ci blockIisethat it tt'ik' sa
.'F# (iw rt Cli JiiCto ruii. Thrii ('(lfE to

''/u'qa/y.s lotjlp/as., (I iith (it a ''eni low
1jrcevr-from -i *(2 to $.'o#. jJE (,/..(, x(.a(if.
owu thl i"lrq f stIiJ-t(,-(?(i tot.Si(/711 of
Fiiia;tu'cinfi tec it//-E ivroytliinu,,
hf el1t. v/ho (q),1 s t it/o1th.ofi n rt.
Yoill- cfC(/~tits floodiar/ith vii* vi vol


.11tti f o Id,r.,; o,.s i I t. i' s'I-'' a, I


4o, to 44 Swui, J)'l fuIf'..-
Dx) dozen Scrivena's Pat iteot El:i~tic
i-.n d rawt rs at 60 evnit!, per pair. at


- m


t.- -_ -


Easter Bargains

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CHN FIEDMAN&O'S


S* RACKET STORE.


0 0 0


-Ladies' Shirt Claists:-
Aboi r';o t \ itriet'; ,':"


Ladies' Skirt and Tailor-1le ,uits
J ST 1,RECEIVE!'.


Millinery Department.
* As I-sual W\' Le o. i:i S, vl. and Price<.. Ourr ::-.
H ughes, tt.', Il,:i. ill incr. well .-u-.tins !',"r
Rfeputati,,n a- t, I ( -t:,-Date Arti-t. \V' ar.,
Crowd'.I. (ivo -. onr Orders Early : ,r
YO'R EA'STER HATS.


> ^Our Shoe Department.
V We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
Sand Children are More than Convinced that th-y
get the Mo.-t Fashlonnble and Durable Sh<>e.4 at the
u lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'.S
, BSTORE. .....
.) -- _- .- -.-
SMen's Clothing, Men's Shirts,
Men's Underwear,
*=Boys' and Children's Suits--
At Rediculously Low Price-.


MATTINCS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
AWE ARE INVINCIBLE. IN LOW PRICES.

We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Si;ow Win-
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of Clerk, to
Wait on You!
YOURS ANXIO'S TO PLEASE,

S Cohen, Friedman & 1a's
RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promi;'ti.


W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


M % N '-ACTI'l'tI-FR ANtaIIa) Y %I J.I'sIN'


Photographic Artist,

204'4 ,South Palafox St.
i-at ihtei-tion (* liaranIi et ,'d.


xEASTER


Easter Sale!


**


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-Klu-Driei Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SALEUj


Easter Sale!


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


Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.

25- Doz7n Men's French Ne k Bal- 20 Dozen L-tdies' ( Hel-av.les- Ve-st. '-inch ,Solid itAl Wl..t.- Duck.
briggan Undershirtsat 2. cent fach ; Li-le Ti'nread, our prin 25: c cu., c ea ',n;i r irpr:,'. ...... ..... ..... .
Drawers to match. 5275' doz -n. I Yl-,t t -\\i.' ,~ ,1 Il-anI C( tt,,n


:3o Dozen Men's Faiincy or Co'lored
Satin Front I'ndershirtis at 25 t'.' nts
each ; Drawers to match.
:1W I)ozon Men's French N,--k itl-
bl)iggan or Fancy I'ndershirt-, nice
quality, at 46 cents each ; Drawers to
uiatch.
I1 DI)ozen iMen'o Hleavy W'-i.-it
Ilalbriggfa:i 1'nder-hiin tt at r1o cent-;
Drawe-rs to im'itch.
l IooDoz'n I.:ldi-s" Sl','-vel,--- \',* ts
:it o'ld pric., ; for 2:5 c- i ;r-. or I .-,
lIoz' :i; '.iibhroidlelr' aI ac-k.
17 I) Doz n L.,1ti"'. 1 M .. "-- a;ti d
'liileirn -- ?-lfia vL;,e-a V,-t-. with(
Ta, e N :-ck. : for 2'i5e or wi 9e lz'n.


12 ) Dozon Ma.n'- Faney 'k Front ;t ............ ........... .. .,
BH as nt ShirtA. ,our pric' :.Al ;< 'ia : l Y -ta-W id FKit': v;ii.# lJI'..;,( I-
all siz/.s. al. iin:ade b:#. L ai.k..-.a. ( ,...
24 D)ozf-n Fanvry and SWhite- ilk wliil a it la-s4................ 7 .C
],Pleated( Bosaon .tii t-.Caur-pl ric $1 a 1 ; le o 1'1, c.- I.ait--t C (aliti ;it...... Ic
all ,ites.
V e carry the+ lar.r,,-* lin: t a l n'- 1-(',I- .' i'. lal :t.'- (;Iatll l,
and HI.tvs C.lor 1 Shir:-. 1i1 tlhe CityV V .! :.t. d ..... ..... .
a;t thlie Lo'we-t Pri --.. .Jal-t ir'. : a. il a full lilar ,'f Skirt-
, :;6-in;-h Spring Iarei'l.--. ..ir an SL't W rh-
p rice ............ .......... .1.. e I. o st.
:13-inchi V .ry- Sht.-r W hite l..'w:, Pa~r !-C- :i! 1 ;i.l tl a- :-: ,1, 7.',.
aiu r p r-** ...................... n.. x l. n1 < a di n ** .
27a-i,:et ('!.eck Nainsook. our LIli,-- I l ."-''-. P r.,-,I- it,


nrice .......................... -
.,'>-in wa liite *,:: I ,i ,.: aI|


23 1)D ,z/ 'i Li iia -' S ol, l e, .-- Ve' t-, Pique. ,.ir j. w ................ lii .
with; -ilk 'l.ip,- Ne-k. 2 for 2 *" or i''a '':;t-<'r.)-d I.j 'inr
1.., d" l a .'- .- -----.-----. ... .. --. l. I


Remember the Place,


late-t -i ade- ;,t >1.7.'.a ,;.( .'.1 .
A ll ths 1:it,-t \!< i n ,l., *nlt
(thilir i'- Str 'w Hiat- ... a lr-
al-o 7e raoll- N. w ;":. at :rc-
at 12 .. I ) a i 2 'r


-"'*.. 105 S. Palafox Street,


YDUR5 FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

F.-- f M-' w


OTWE-PPRICE


OA681-1


I-IOUBY3M


MIARITIME*

R r 5 llsts t Alt- 1 iM W 3s:a
.S otn1. 1. 4- is' -
7, Ai1 FaI
I'.r ASd W: I II. 0Al I! 1
qB-I)r kc $ Eav. M'i u~a.
It L. $.a- : ~a a,'

Nor bk Si.zrnd. :'v ~i I~
$t ar.'. a a. .'t '.-~ a
-ia, t q 11 1 V)ac t $
v i-a ~ a bea,,z. '


,it t a, m hehr, ai etiti .,.
Oialnl .,a% N aa'for IP.1'-
aaer. V tiaa t d .;


We PriJe Cur-s lve s on Having the rande- :'.a I Mo-t
Exqui-it" --lection in


Spring and Suimnier DIres F'is

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Grt ate 't Ch oic r t'.e M1o-'t C', b t-J t .- i% t.; .L:;. *I


Working Night and Day
The busiest and nightie-.t I,.
thing that ever was mad.1 i- 1-
King's New Life Pill'. Every .il
a sugar-coated globul)eof he ialt .
changes weakness into rstren,- .-.
lessness into energy, brain-fit, i'
inental power. They're woid-rft-
in building up the healt.h. Only ;
per box. Sold by W. A. DAI.i::
berte.

Beautiful assortment of silk N
wear. jtt received, at Whit.-',.





Motto: Ab.olute Puri'y.

Nobby pffep: in :,,.:v -#*:r,
vests at Wh,i:..'-.

1I' lIl ,<; 1 .,i ,i i i. I' 1 P I t. ;.:I -
A m :. ti .- fr.- i i -
la .k rin ..r i ..-.ra.- thle Pil !.,r M 11 3k. ip -i v
min'-riow nmay h- -' .... -,
trawhi. erri-,. r ti. ,d I,-'.
P'c-4acedl;a. r;:-w potato.-,. '" t.
carrot-. r.,ii.'l--. i' t.tr.-
b"'ts,'.. i;h .. Southt Fl.i i,!
tori;ita .... r:-l- t..- ;,,, p" a,
a ,,in ll, ;,, l uii. ,, u v, i ij'p^+.
all kii,!-. W Lh .n e.c.ri : .
E.-', S rirnmd,y dirn, r. (l. .
vi-it th:- Pail,r -1 lk-t.
l ;hat feo-lin.- ')f co, jpl,-,. -
tiali :r.- With our c oti i:,:
mri-rit i. een at ;a lan ': t.
i' aln ohj-'j,.t le- on in :
WV white .

i-" k;>AIV.l if I.,I- %VA % N IA.I
X\'ANTI:D-Womon to hll: ,i I.r---
NN at home. H4to-dy work >Il-a;
dIisadvantatge: a-k your deale-r o -..
Kora Ihaeldsm andl AikoA .ritlieptic *
bahielde. Kor biethlds snap on wa.- A
out sewing. Send 10r. for -aritl' -.
work. Kor sbie-id co.. '.' Brjr... -
Ne-W Y i.


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LIP. CLKA HE!) "D1) AILUD) FOR 11t
SAVO LA.

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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 14, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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 Related Items
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H


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 14. 1900.


-'I. iJI




A


NO. 81.


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


~''~. IYEVENTS


TELEG1KAPHERW STRIJ k I:
Pr'~.re~#.I the Frriuijie 4,n The
S..'iSthem ')usilemn.

IiA !I.- t'-levraptt 4lpEvf itor-' t-!i ~kt ,.i
tr..v'-,nq-ut. IC Ailny thu t)Ii;:i!2


fr .' r ,t w.i flhi1ii. to I : ..
.411;fli iitj I er !, uneatr~ \v v,


ELECT SENATORS BY


VOTE OF THE PEOPLE


-


GROSS RAILWAY EARNINGS.
Npar3y All IHo~a~l show luvrIea-wesFor

NFW YOM",Arill 13.-Tw.hough fit
tiso h w I. vy jlrot"4 vitj alf till Iu.


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r M i I i


S ,. urday Aftmrnonon
.r, il-t at MrP. Marstou'-
1 :- roriz. at)d souvenir-
.-. ., F .it-r character. Mr-.
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