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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 16. 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 82.


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


MINERS ARE AT


MERCY OF FLAMES

i- ol F l noners In a

q ALDi"A' 1N-, C'.'l .

. "CT-UAD ALL .NAIT


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*:. the Pfttsburg. t'inrh anu
... ; nv11y r, l. It swued th,.
'.rl t ',ltl atl ia u
11 n,11(4a1d Gvers. who forced hi..
.... vthrongih the mnoke. amud that
n.m tilremain in the mine
r w,,uld not attempt t4)daLh
,..+ .l;ol T .iO'- [.









1o0l Miners trlke.
*:. :a r. April 14.-The Thistle

orvihll mal unnn, operated by
a.lt '*'*k oI al mip-i ti.ny, ne&r thi-
-. lto o-d. Three hundred mln
r' u k. demandingl that fomr ani i
w'hi have. ot diharlged be rousu-
The strik i, very orderly. The
hav. .b#n give notion to returu-
St, day ,,r roanmve tilr towol. aid


'r AtIi. Kv.. April 14.-Thrte
-* -i-t a f t11 l ro sm..pthion tof mlin-
;.rati,,ons in the western Kentucky
.,i- within in a -hrt time. Th, Iop
*r- awlt miners have greo to ment
vt Tue-da y tdi a-uks their griev-
seroo have hL-.n dischayrgd be rein-





The uke fl i or iery orderly. Thun
I- hai.- toree (riven iti4' to return
t jolayt oor robvi their tools ad









hi" taoLipa n o' t4- alut ihn' In. i
"liner, X .,yetar. lo Work.












t diim ade.tThe urwd lli
iAi, CIT. i.. April 4-T.-A api T
h; t f tlre parationiion to advanic-







.int' in adt. Thuritday To et Lo
r.itd win-r a hane agrreed t o mentot












*-' in othe day to o'be'uin the iarc tri
ho heflaltel oanrisouncer o elr "lun-
: 'hi .tand m mounted i fantry i










dechingtroo fro hi
ary for that purpose.

Pal-s EIxpewilion.
',. April 16.-At is etie atodw

people vi-ited the exp,)-


'It a LdRard oa barmblin- Deon

%aariday Nilht-Fifieen Artweed.
in Daw of the po iceto adforce

a ,.olorpd gambling den onu
.. uilemard street, run by Al-
H' ro-. Sturdy night and fif-'
'' .,e dayte therein were arrested.
police court this morning

w+r# tined as follows: Albert
k+.,per, was fined $100. Oe.'
S-.,dHenry. The Payne. Sam Polu-
itck G eullyn. S. L. Willia be
P otyr Alfred Cook, Adin Cape
S: atd tie Free T tlora Th ord
S will have Kian ampl Fr:nkce to

Will Hill and GJe,. DixonU
S.1 .D linw o to, be coiinrtunlatiod
kll_ t detaching troop-d from hail
S thatmy for that purpose.rkwi
Part EzpTooiion














S-. April 16 -It is etndint rled
*:1'. yesterday.


























14. 11Mt'.


17. block 21 East Kinz tract. west of
T P. K. ,ui,.r- and (U. C. YonLge.- Jr..
tru-t-e-. to V Wim Fish*or-Lot- 17 to
"2:. bl ,-k 3 D1 1n -l-,n tract--i(1n>.
J ,nm4- K to. n aid wife to Jaine-
Hu.lht-. J -L at- 11, 12 and 13.. L-rt
,-i l,,, 14 2'- and 29. block 44, W\ater
fr- u ,-f .,
V M Fulcher and wife to) M. H.
Mas''Sall--Blcek lo4 in West ,Ki- 1
tr.( t -f4 M).
NIM \V. 1r-h ill t" Mrs. A. Mo.,,-
W\--t : t ... block lo4, ,West, Kin
r ct-$2",'.
1. WV Mar-hill to, Mr.. S. A. Vil-
J1in4--Ea-t of block 14. \,W.-:
l 'i: tract--$ .'.'i.
A. IH \' ;at-r- to Viriinia J. Me-
( .il- .,- uthl .' .f lot 6 anu -:,-t lt 5. block Easit Kinx
tir,' 7-A$ 0.
EWiyi r". WrI.'lt. to John I.(',vy
L- t -4 ",:,,t i, 2.3, bl. ck 3.;, Na-t
K ,' L" ,, : -Si.
B{ tianilln Hli'toii to I) n: h1-i-er
l{...--I: 17. iork 4:3, West Ki.e
t.act--s;")
John ('.. Alice K. anid Jennie 1).
I .w hy ( onii --i., er to) H. H.
Tl'!u.rt.'.. n- '. iiit-re-t in so itlh 6-11
f.-., lt !". oluck 5. Hel-imout tract

I-. M' 1 'Mi; l n t A. L. ,.-C'.-
ki *'. I .t r.-t ii lalI t ot i lthie M h -
+*-: .r.inlt i,: PitrI' Hait r.- C'ree k-- .i.,
.r otii A. McMil an. M .ryv M-. 'lIar-
:: :t i aid huib.itid to A. L. McCa --
K -.; -. intere-t 1:1 ab ',- property
--1-on
F:. ). Saltmar-h individually and
a- tru-te and wife to L. & N. R. II.
,o.--Lot, ;-20 and 3t21. Old City-$1.
Florence. Mae and H. 0(. Aiason to
Eulalie I)iv--nport-90 by 200 feet of
lot 2 in Mary Jacksou property, Don-
elson tract--t5.
Tho-. R. Godfrev and wife to W.
D. Hill- NW 4; of ne '4. sec 26. tp 1
!. 31 w-$44i0.
Win. Fi.ti.-r and wife to Win. A
Bloumtt- 1-12 part of block 143 and of
lots I and 2, block 142, Maxent tract
-$1.
Amnelia Malachi to George Ma
lachli--Ix!2o feet and 35x120 feet in
block 3:3. Ea.-t King Tract-81.
Jatne-. M. Harvey to Jolin C. Mor-
ri---E -t -2 feet o4: lot 13, block 4:).
E,-tt Kin-, 'ract-- F. L.anallv at.d wife- to C. L.Shinet
-PWar: of lot -,:O. Ild City-$1.
C(. L Sthin,- to Mrs. Fannie Lang-
ley-Sailn' property ai above-$1.
Emily (' Siitl th to Mary C. Kov
,-r-Ali iite-r-. int n bl,,ock A, i, F
and (. Maxenit Tract-$:3>5.

Y -.M I L
R-zultir -,ir ni-mntlthl.v Ieetint,
Tuo.-+'ly +ve-nin., April ITth, at s
* ",' ,Jck.

Sir Thomnae Lipton
\\.i-. and i-. a typical Irlshinrin and
a g-*nmitniue -i ort-tiirin, but ie i -< ul-o
t celebrated i nuf:tacturer of chlioih..
.za'tronioil iidtlainties. and a noted
('oiiiits -ur a nd i il porter of fine teas
:tiat t ii'.' -to.(,sinlo ffii!n i-4 throilu h-
out th" Civil!7-d world. JaeCoby, the
w.li-known ro-er, hia- ju-t received(
,t hr.- c>n(et-iiTiliit of Siir Thi ini t-
-el-hbr:itted tea-, and cordially in-
vite.- the Iov.-r-c of gtood tea to visit
.i- paco- titIl iinspect mid 'et thetiin.
He ha- also, jut received full lines
of Bremneri'. celebrated Cakes, (ra-
haim (rackers. Chee e Bi-scuit. Oat-
Tlealt'racker, etc.: Dod,-aon-Braun
Manufacturing (o's famifous Jel.ies,


SERIOUS TROUBLE ON


KNOXVILLE DIVISION

Wires Cut and Traffic Par-

tially Suspended.

STRIKERS GAIN STRENGTH

3Men \hoT r'k Their Place. .oGo O(ut.
lIriilillh iiid .tlanta Divl-iion i Suf.
f"r 'i-',or I omt1;i ni' of Vir'os-ioailw%1y
oE)tli i.l,' "oii s of ?it l ttlohn.
C iTn T, ;, ;..\rr! ', .-A' i f.U'ial
1 :. i: ;--'. to : *. -' ri: inu '. r ,i
;hi I ;,T. ;:, ivy A 1. t:1:w ,.el if
': .'.** r 1 Pl...:Wh!Vw T -l- traiph,.rs ita
11 F oi-' : t';,; t.oit i ,;iit i. -t! tIti'iln i>
nt"': ht a; taat n ;e ;l -y !,10>J ,irate, r.-
a+ ,utt **:i tie Sio,.'Lh *." y.yte.:m The


be*=Mtng .t xtetit is tbe jpiaras co tMe
stoc~kho~lders~ to !-teoadilv illo'riao it!, ca-
parity. It will have 132 kloia to vi
with.
Tite plant will manufacturt- lolaidlF au-l
giaghamas. Yarn il~il toe tbtait-dtolfr om
thoakgli- and Phonix unlL4. ThE l.planit
will bcoxin oix-ratuion in;ile-ak-f a uoiutli.

TRUE BILLS ARE RETURNED.
(iranel .1 tr3' udlet-. Ihi ectiv.e-4Ia&UtiP3
and B 1radl1ey.


GREAT EXPOSITION


OPENED TO WORLD

Most Favorable Weather Con-
ditions Marked Occasion.

A UWIM "Tfl % wrvvzr ^'i n 9 D 'O


ATL.ANTA, April 14.-As a r1.4.,11"tof (I*,- A EINCAiN VVIW OF FAIR


vt*1-pcjk-tucitO of tho e v~t-raul 1'li.. .111,-. tfor
o')flompllt in lte ,mwr':i, or court t t li.- we-k.
tilt' Fiit ~r a~tmu idjury has o un-.Itru'
bill'- f t -ffotUO'tilkeint dgnlill-.t I t tvnI' 0'



a.i.1 aho 'p-,v in Wlhichrbth llo.h ""


With a a! hisoftl1o. Initli'- Fitzial' 1 h1.
111111 ta., I a, lit, -- l:11-1'-dtl ltthaz ll --
oourtol. -'ur'rtondnlr'l t4)t hs-*a'' t.JuQ1,.
L.n,,o)kiia ;X'--ol -fiv- o11 1.- int0.0. tol---at


-'r- artr epl '.'ally enij ii ,edtl a per- :3.1.a .
..a n.o servicee of any kim. Mr. Still- IMPROVING THE SHAMROCK.
w 1 .V'.-.. th,'- ub.:al:-? of rjlortr, tfron -
ti I)rd.r tof lahlwavy T-l,-]-"jthL-r-. pe- ( captaini M la'ioore Decline* I ornillooi
rati..rs att Atlanta., irmiungihai, Annis- Vaindierltll's Gienorotn. Otller.
ton, Tu*:Aul, o., A-shetville. Columbia. LoNI'Jo, April L.-Desigtner 1F.'f i.
haivill,. Greensboro, N. C.. Knoxville, busy itking plans for iniprovi4 the
Midoll,>loeslro, Ky., an:d other places ,
claiming that the trikf- is progressing Shamrnik. lie has had a testing tank
satu'facturily. Stillwell insists that the fitted up, various models are il-ing trial
re.rts sent by wire and long distance and th- results are <'arefullv talulatred
telephone sheow that the strike is grow- to enable him to redraft the lines of the
ing rapidly and that more operators are defeated cup challenger. It is said that
joining the strikers every day. Fife has a free hand in making any al.
The Southern railway officials this terations he may see fit.
morning sate that last night the wire! Captain Sycamore, who has been re-
were eut on the Memphis, Knoxville taiued for the command of the Distant
and Atlanta divisions of the Southern Shore, though that yacht is not likely tos
railway and that there is coniderable he fitted out this season, has refined
interference with the operation of trains, Oorselius Vanderbilt's offer to command
especially on the Knoxville division. his new 70-footer now building at the
The passenger train frsm Washington Herrecshoff. It is .said that Sycamore's
due here at N:40 o'clock this morning! declination is due to his desire to tak,
was annulled on account of the trouble part in the important contest to be sailed
on the Asheville division and will not in l901.
arrive until 5:50 ,Wo'clock ttoight. ... .....
The l time this morning, indicating that tie TA.LLAIIASSLEE, April 14.-There ha,.
Birniinghan. division has not been a se just been discovered near th, O.-klocko-
ous.ly distui-bd. net river, 14 miles we-t of this cirv.
Force' of lIu'tmien were sut outit from -


this city over the various divisions and
Th, Souther railway officials are taking
st 'ut their wire-s or otherwise interfered
wi!h the trattfi' of the system.
Their claim i- made here by representa-
iv'-s of the t)rtl:,r of Railway Tolegm-
pL'rs that tbh lo-s to the Southern rail-
wav in perihalsle freights tlince the
strike already am. nuts to 3o ),003.

TROUBLE NEAR RALEIGH.
in~ilroud Of1I ielahl- AI.ppeal to ..herinl to
i'rotect Property.
I1 i.;::ui. April 14.-Th- strike of the
tel.-,gn:aphbers is growingg ii thi- se,rionu.
vy ioffti-iu rn ni county exc-pt the
0uNe h*re ir. l ,.-,Id. The operators at
Anulurn, G(arnir iand MMorrisville joined
th,' srikers lst night, and this iMorning
toh railrod aliutholethies appealed t) the
-lo-rit0of th.r- county for protection of
its interestsat thee and other stations in
th.e county. They were informed that
the sheriff could ,lo4 nothing except oni
warrmut.
W%'res ea.t if his t-it in the vicinity
It.


Jaml'. iCKies. e:c ; Nationai lBis- of ilh.ina \re- iut lu^ cuit Co, 'Cheose Straw Cracker -
Meal. etc.: Kennedy's Biscuits and All Trains Are Movinx.
Wafrs:. Wurzen Biscuit Mauufa.- Rl:tnns.HAM. Al.. April 14.-Of-cials
tory's Vanilla Wafers ,(erman);
Anter's Gerntnan Golden Seal Egg of th,' Southv-rn and Alabama (Great
Nudeln: Arcadia Packing Co-'. Southern railroads state this morning
Evaporated Apples, Peachesandoth- that they are moving all trainson ached-
,*r fruits A small lot of those fineO!- ul- time and that tiall congested freight
ives in 10-cent bottles i- still in stock., halu.- len move. While all the striking
Fhe "Little Gi:uat" Coffee Roaster telvgraphers' places have not been filled,
is still on deck. running day and sufficient operators have been secured to
uistt at the rate of a mile a minute, handle all trains and the officials expect
to fill constantly increasing orders that in a few days all signs o.f the strike
for flue Coffee-'. Those who have will have disappeared. On the other
not recently visited Jacoby's should hand the strikers claim that they are
not fail to go and in-pect his enor- gaining strength daily and that their( of
touts stock of everything in the the business college students sent out toi
shape of eatables and food product- take strikers' places on the Alabama
displayed in profusion In every de- Great Southern have returned to Bir-
partinent of the establishment. mingham and reported at strikers' head-


Destructive Fire In Georglana.
G( i iaua was visited Friday night by the
largest fire in the hito,,ry of tla townI
The tire originated in the #steam milli
and ginnery of A. B. Windham Froom
the mill the fire spread across the street
Snth too the warehoium- of A. I Palmter
O )n the east ,id' it reached an uwcx-'u-
pied storoS behlnging to Windliamn. Thi n1
the hbacksnmith andu wjod-hop of liil
.-a.lev wa. dostrtyv(d N,-xt came thi
.h-ip ,,f R. B. Mill-,. Noni of the lourn-.,i
i.l, iti-tvy wa- in-nroil. e xept the mil,
<'rlo- I.tmagedt t'.I>RTiO.,',. .';i -A idl !; ; -Th-r,


Ic -III, tJLJIa t no- ta -, .',-' -u-'it'll Nvnaioi-ur oo4 rtali'


Mi s; :.* A ,'I.t*. N, i % .* : .

M1 achtl to (II Mt I1 *,hi--
"'* : am0 lh ,ck ;;" >. F'-i-t K I: g
Sr and w f.- to N.' :C;ti
I -t k li,'. New (ii: -
I .l toH-n to H Tu ,.r-k'-
.;; lot l ;. :ill ,,.: I -
:. I : -. l' lotk "l. E .-tI
S, w .-t ot 'Tai ra 'tina
I .i,;l.y to Huckner ('!4 ;'-
''-t in the- J. M ir:iii

*r a: d wife to Dornt A.
S 1.'': I block 12:. New

o I).w to i. H. T 'ort.-
S' :" -' I: -,' 'h I1 feet. 1t:
S lmn tit tract-o2.
I,- .tond wife to uigene Ar-
S .itr-. in nortlielt-t 'ortit r of
11.Av ry and wife to Jii.son
" -- ,'uti lot 16 and all U ':


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CELEBRATED ~


cur


B I 'SL'


OMAC


I v. iot-1r sm ,,d


v o% a r t ,
b, u-'J.' g*u et
thle e- :t Uatrr.


quarters. _.-..-.
'CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH
Ilious ( caught Fire and Were Hloanted


In Mother'- Ab-enve.
S.AVANNAit. April 14. T'ire- negro
chil'rt-n of Mary Williain. were burned
toi death lai.t night in a hi -;:t- .-ar h-ere.
Thie monrlthir lo ft th'- umi '.t: in theI house
anil we-ut t4o %i-I. her ipir'nt- ( Tlhro'c
wa. no light in thI b.,u-., lbut it i.
tl. 'ught that the- old;'-t child 2 years of
;:C-'. i1u111il a ti bx 1of ii'.tohes aindl whilo,
pilayiingr wirt t -n. t th i'ilus. otn time.
LA.X.N.stlitaI 'e ;'tlll<' to i laIt oo save athe lit-
t* n, .g'o-' w-h.i wo-r' i ;w:v ronastaing.
!,erlous Aa'ldent.
1::; w it-'II a F. Al'.. April 14.-A se.
rp.f. .' ** .*t* i.' ] mr-c l l ola S u htaerai
r.,,' I ul '-A- t -f h-r.-. W Lile' the,
', *"' :;:ht \w, ln, 'rin;g thl -tatioin.
r. a,- ,;,n wa a nz from t nl

,,*" i:" ;;" ttI fi. 1i. whl rn .h,> wa-.
n Ill i I t t "'-w ir r i u T !I i i oili'. II- i- s'r
o, ;-! xx r ota I': thro to .-' '. ic~ 'ao


CIRARD MILL IS ORGANIZED.
( apit.il Pild! I p ;indl Ollic lleI ini t O p d 1 ir iio l *i o n 1
(t;i '", '.. Ala Anril +I rI. (;irurn
<* t'U .11 hill ha- tl--n f' r:a;illy" oorK;aitlz,' .
Ti. -t * plAint ht-ro and hIcto-d U. S. Jordu prt---
ili-nt andl P. N. Hill secretary and treas-
ur, r. The p rtesonut stock of the company
i- *7..'Al>, all paid in. The stox-kholders
are all Columbus people. The plant is
located in the old building of the Chat-
utihox.chee knitting mill It has a small


Pec-k TIa'h I;tere-I !is-, ot' It -- '"oh.ai
I tlt c ,L u,. t) Vi e 'i0or.ot -Ai?,trit'a ii
1-:~1Ahl: t. ealolz tlo-ei. I .I Way. .
P k 11! -. A tI ; A' no, Iat.i~
Fi.,a'' .':u 01too w rl Irh wn




Ptit i. \'.. -.!o:riv' a~uir with I.,- pl- t''
i'ag \%t-tIl .Vlv ttaoxwa: I!h,'- ando In. t


',, :it',.,' 'iin 'o f ha \;. o i:'-.iti ,It ii the
; 'i>"- ,t \\ ii, I! t I i, N-l '--10:L uti soai,' ;pit:-,'t i rt ..ir j 'r:i"'vy.
All the p'O.loiic ',I.oli:+'.' ti:anil iitmnber-
1,-.- 'oivate li.ou-'- wr'- do. '..rati l wrth
:r. o, his '! t f..\i -, cLbi-t th ii* rtn .r.
Tha" nteighb.)rho.l of tho' exIosmitlon wvas
'ispe''-ilyv gay with buuting while most
3f thoe pavilious th:nisel'vtos w-re ,ur-
mnountod with flotiti t banners.
Withiu the exp-iut:on grouinits this
morning all was bustle and animation
in a supreme effort to 'lear away all unu-
sightly obstacles in order to) leave an uni -
obstructed rtutd and an external appear.
ance of completeues t to the palaces for


onf exMIMbm rs i~llstniggit, NWItIIbe a
tiet of the quality of I'ur rc!rc(-vntaaln
and will p5Vlti-hice Onl. r~:r of our
ac-hievement 'A."
The following~ is a tabl,- ,f t',.- -xhihig-
ors. whineta-joeaks ukt,,-h ;.t .:rAmeri.

B11a."Ni i'vr.. ,'J:I er-Tioai --.('4R ); IgAly.

A'-r.1.1004: (Ireaa ':viam. *#A): her
--w'h ol'-, r n -mtr.e e v




Am~ci ''p-it's W.- ~'thank

m ~to-. VCt. AIII 11 t.'1- d

.b'JCLCOMM PDLY'DINPOCRATS.



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in'~u !a, :,,' i.-u! i ta ,e, A nu


,11111 o#' -4 oa?. hc 1-u' -.: Arty Jog


le-rI o1 1 iaila j rity of t1!' it bha
tak -'i up," run-, the artice!*, which LA
firou rhi. p.it oif Willis J. Al'bott, heladf
'ihr l)eini,uoratic literary btu.-au. "-This
I- a mon.st gratifying ta,'." bthe article
continues. "It ludicate ..that should the
)Demni, rtic party, aftu-r nature deliberw-
tlonl. deny to the admiral the nomnjinlatSi
which he A'eeks it may, neverthelei.
count on his hearty co-operation and his
influence iu behalf of its efforts to 004
the evils of the McKinleyvsm by euditf
the reign of Emperor William L."
In commenting on the purport of hit
article, Mr. Abbott sLid:
i "We are naturally delighted at the
prospect of such a distingiubed adqum -
tion to our ranks a Admiral Dewey,
of course we expect the admiral to "'
fair" and accept good o14 DIemiocm t
doctrine of abiding by the result of the
national Democratie convention."

INVITED TO NEW ORLEANS.


WUI- iN itti~lt') ".1 tLV t'.xii'l'tN LOi tt' 00IP (01 Orphans Ask Dewey to Iend ills Pre
the most wonderful pur' veins of ful- ence at the Flower Carnival.
ler's earth ever discovered in the known .
world. This newly found deposit is so Ne:w ORLKAN.s, April 14.-A petition
pure that it loears 100 per cent "virtue." signed by more than 3.0X00 of the city's
It ia mn,,re valuable and more protiktabl be
to hatidle than anyiv oth-r fuller's earth fat handed Admiral Dewey, akig him tobe
deposit yet discovered in Amnierica. Sotnie nlr.DlS w. pF.C, handed Admiral Dewcy, auoking him Co
10 or 12 miles west of the new deposit (CImeri-an Cunmmmairmer ( is-n-ral at tho ?rtls lend his presence to the orphans' flower
thlt arn being operated two fuller's tpi presidential party in its lasauge carnival, which will tle held in New
earth thinep, one -iown as the Wrd p idntial ray
earth mtines one r own as the Ward trongh the grounds. The finishing Orleans the latter part of May. Th.
Sd the other owned by t tandtuche were haily given the ni document is unique in every partic-lar.
ard Oil .),>mupalv." cnt Salle des Fetes. The aspect of the Every signature attached to the petitokm
exposition has materially improved from ais genuine, although some of the littl
HlimphreyAdnmitted to Ball. even that of yesterday, and although ones were obliged to trace their nami
C x'i.. Ix, Ala., April 14. Clare the installation of exhibits has naturally over the lead pencil copy written by the
Hnumphrev. wlho shot and killed Fred undergone little advance the exrtrnail gdrsisters who attended them. Thim
Sherin last -pte was en a effect produncwi by the inceusant labor of .titi,)nn ha. been bound in moroo
Sherring last .ptem r, was gien a the t coule of days is already fine by a enterprising New Orleans la
him-;':s corpus. hearing .-fore Probate and decidedly picturesque. and ton its back it laurs an inacriptin
judig S. L. Fuller, and admitted to bail The unfinished condition of the expo- in mold lettering.
ii thle -num of $2,500. Attorneys for the position on inauguration day is regret- Whoen it is handed the admiral it wi
po'e ,4-ution have appealed from Judge able and piorhaps misleading. be (L encaied in a box made (of Loiaimae
!'ull-r's decision and the case will prob- A Tlcypress. handsoi-lv einb,)msed, also the
ably ,ootme up for hearing the supreme Ab dor Prt Talk. rk f NewOrleanl firm.
court ne-xt week. General Horace Porter, the American The do'cumient will te peentaeod o
-- ---ambassador, after the inaugural cere- Admiral Dewey by Dr. J. Mo3ore dolmi
Cole Plead (aGuiltv. money, in an interview said: iou Saturday, a week from today.
Bo io, April 14.-Charles H. Cole "Tht lvrseut Freneh exposition will -
o April 14. ar le ttaeven greater interest than any Prevention is the beat bridle."
fornie-r president of the (Globe National previous effort made in Paris to display You can prevent sick neis and cure
bank, under indictment for embezzle- before the world the lrodu(ct of the- va- that tir'd feeling and all blood
uient and misapplication of the funds of rious nations. Every government of humors by taking Hood s Sarsapa-
the bank. bah plead guilty in the United any importance is represented and in the rilla.
States district court. way of idght seeing and the gathering of
general information a visit to it will be
Murderer Is Hanged. equal to making a tour of the world. SPAIN'S CLAIM IS DENIED.
"TOOwing to the broad views and the
Tot,.To, April 14.-Henry William public spirit early manifested by Presi- America Will Not (Coneede Her BiSheW
was hanged here today for the murder dent McKinley regarding this enterprise to Islands In Philippine Group.
of J. C. Varcoe, a grocer, whose store and to the liberality of congress in pro- WASHINOTON, April I1. Secretary
he and a man named Mclntosh robbed viding means for organizing a credita- Hay has formally notiftl-d the Madrid
N,.v t* Melntosh was shot and killed. ble and attractive American section, oar nt that
at theli te. country has cured a representation aa
S_____. which will arouse universal interest. u",t acdte to its claim that Sibuts
Without Foundation. The increase in our commerce with i-land and Cagayan ulu. of the Philip-
CI OF April14.-There Europe which will result from a Sys- piano archipelago, belong to Spain.
CIY or MEXico, April 14.-There thematic and extensive display of pro- This action was taken in the light of in-
no truth in the story telegraphed to the ducts will without doubt enlarge our formation in the poesawion of thean-
United States that an Indian has been foreign connections and will repay the' thorities showing that (erumany is tak-
crucified in connection with a passion country many tires for the wise ex- ing a deep interest in the controversy.
play near here. penditures authorized by the govern- It Is likely that the Spanish governumell
Seret._____________ pt. The friendly intercourse which will endeavor to answer the American
Now is the Time Ti taise plaoe betw n wrnminpnt and note. and perhaps, will go s far as to
influential people from all lands will do sulugest arbitration of the claim.
To purify your blood with II good's much. it is trusted, to bring about better It is appreciated by the administrationl
Sarsaparilla. At this season your understanding between the couintri.s that the only reat~son why Spain dedrei
blood is loaded with impuriti-s and foster that good will which is so toi,,, tainl possession of4 th- island it to
which haveaccuinulated during the necessary among nations in securing an so-1 them to a third power, probably
winter and which should lie ex- ers of harmony and peace." Iolmianti. which loought all rthe islade
polled. Hood's Sarsaparillta hils ne- Uuited States Comrmisnion G'.neral mi tli- far (*tL.,t n. aqliuret-l by she
complished thousands of remarkable Ferdinand W. Pec-k -aid: UniteId Staivos.


cures of blo>d disea--es. It is what
the millions take in the sprinltg to,
build up health a.id ward I.tT -i -
n -s.

A NEW 'FIRM.
Me-srs W. E. Mlontroin-ry. fo rnm-
e-rly with W. R. Miller. :and (. W.
Athey, form-erly with W. 1 .Moor-
ian. have formed ;a c(qpirtn,-r-iin
amid will carry Oli tie btu-nlie-. ot
de alinti in fre-l-ha hli itat. roc ri,'-.
V'- etlbl-aI,- poultry and c'iuntry pro,-
.lute. iat41.- Niortfi T:irra-oftn;i .treet.
o[ppo'ite the uniion dtpoit. Po-.s .--
ing youth. enorty amiol iidil-try. oa-
we-ll ua experience, they :ire -tire to,
control a larze -;hare of iTh' bu-ilti-;.
inl that section of th- city. I I-'t


SEE ROSS & CO.
ABOI'T SCRI:E1;NS.

We will soon. receive a(
fine lot of patent I'inl/ow
awnings,o wait for them.
lfar'ston 5- Finch.

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


"-Thf: oxhbiits of the Kro-at Iiat'rxa-
tioinal czprsition iunagurates lv
fleet that the gri-at art8. Wjeit'll( M11idIit
dustrv- (if the prosAnt age will IW ala
sahijevcxueut of heret- of' rv intequji1i~ol't
L *.ftt.-,eioti. At no ottioor P..iilkitr -*,mo1t
Olet, l~liati. 11Th If tiItt W. t.1-141 i:: b

WVhil1-, arbti xr o v rei att-iural'io !"
ii.t Luiong andl t~wt.-nemiroaA. .. to
lonaii:-iz o i811l %% I4 i.ill !..' brulliattit,

t-i~gel.1' their arraniin. n to' Tot `14it.
4 tnr o-r iii-trI:atiui _\ w, -I.I
v-. ilh uh at #v. r ll lir J v L.- i r u'


Amrnrloo,".the Larg.-.t ixhlblt.
TN :2' I -'t.. a-a-. ll*d ]hv
S..:uiitautil.r 4 n *t' i



W..-th~41n plsa-iure b'nt 'or hwad--
t.~ ~ ) '-- tie i ti-rv trip a Ijoottl#e (f
='- ni p -,f a?.;a'itact' flio-t pp'a~-


.* ol,~-~:u~o owh-.r feorina iof -lek
-.. Ir -i'e ini:.ou I lt bt.ttl- '-
oiL-i 1rrruzzi.t.4 Mantifa .uread
bv. ~- C~tllfuriia aFi4 S-v' iiupCop
v ,, ly.


For -r ont.If'ltal reus..n, i. ia ol'eirable
rlhait th ..' is. ulm s -i-nulil r.lijaiu the
Tpropacrty otf the lUi.it .d States.

HANCOCK DEMOCRATS MEET
':elaittor illtonM i I, lndor--edl For VleE
I're"i'isenitial Nominatilorn.
,,\! ...1. i ;' ; I.- ,A D l-nio ratil
:.i .:: .;.- i ..' h r, Pb' day by

.' i tl ......:ify ] .:::'; y 801 t.) adupa
,, r,- 1. o ,4"i". it jg.

't. :i : ii.ar-i- i.t' lr'.,ti r !a,.-,.iolenl

,,n, ebc.,

olioi'.,r I ?;'-, .' :ra ;L'' ;iva t, '1n lohdly
t -u;. tip .-'..l i v I I'i r r;cts and
ill- ii s.n w a. i. l ,'vlly a; poswi) d ,!.
it) ('1 tE A COlJI IN ONE DAT
I'ak. I).xativf Brino Ira; .]-' r tfo'1j thi irn twiV If t "' llls g
*' I'. I- w. roV.-'- **% hta. tiure o' achi
oo i. 2.,c.

to-,mebinbr the slate. \ 'd-"-daV
-veninit. April lstth. at s o'cloclk.
rhe Little Folk's nuinstr'-l play at
Clutter',s mnuic hall. Admin-ion 25
cent,: ticx,.tso:o sale at Coe' and
Clutter's.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, L.OftOA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.
. R~ M mI m i H im il m I H


WEAK KIDNEYS ws1nemau- ve1y
an avrakle to t, appear of Bright's Disease.




SPrickly Ash Bitters |

Heals the Kidneys. Cleanses and regulates .
8r the Liver. Strengthens the digestion and .
removes constipated conditions in the Bowels.


IT 01ro MU CICIFS 1% Ot. A SYSTEM TOW.c PAR-E.XCLLM E.

Ric .Oo mF R BOTTLr. OFRARED BT PRICKLY ASS B ITTERS CO.
MSOLD T ALEL *rooUG Ts


3ELALWMTALXX X3*W.. Mpec11 Agjzxte.


V#OOD NEWS MROM AFRICA.
1imm.raaI P-Arve (.prnu -Irn Tat k-of
Pltuatlon -What Tb.o- Deo-A..

bmmrin rqj~- .fte ~er u~
ljo.hed atbr *A4 ~~' u eiR'


at Mii~an and th. iw :t

sc. !hat r'


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he df-.*-.*A .!. tTr. I-'


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kui foar The I~izu- !.e a.ra-.Dr
Trm "t A ,.AN:' .z :. f .&!- irt-


The Art of %sr.
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Kansas Quail F'or 4 Onneetlcmt.



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lug for 'Ito 10-. C I

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tel r..B.Ci. F ~::r '7 -al. -'Ibca ta. 1-t
xi 6 1vp- r. !t.'- v77i 2' rI b fU Ii te m a I'-r
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Afat. -(':r. O rt- d Awr- *%4,v issub d .-
at tIp- Va'~- T IOe. rle-dw.fuli zr.-i-


THE GLASS OF FASHION.
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Ills Only (banee.
ni 1' -% -r suj(.i a flettf as l
.f r rm~cI77r :n evaay ltlcV'U7
U, ; T-- 1, A)!.-. a :LI? It k I ,- -
e~ia-.~ ee !:i- tee i ulsmo ri big.-tr

Pureipl or 4Glor-y.

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7h@ h'Pride of (theNe~igh teorhecod.
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CASTOR I A
F~r Infants and Chi~dren.
The Kind You Have Alwa~s Bcug~t,.
13"IF t:'e
~ JUd: 42!e (.Ae" Z i/' 4~%4-;


4;- I 4-. -*;--- 7
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jeweir. n fi r-t-la-J-:''. ..1.
;te p!'-LuS.
At C. 'V T hf lilt -e'rce


* Cr in.-'-;L.ad ic -.Nocte I'ap --.i-.,dat
~.ie-.-~c t-- faa neach.
Camrbridzp Lm-I n anI u'd E;ec'


oft


ST(EPHEN CRANE'S ILLNESS.
Anierhicn A-u'tbor at the P.,pint (. f Fath








Lao. -1 -n r- :--



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r n' .- -.-..&:iu~
r. re hi
f H.;n ; '.f --;vr~~-n -


MIarieni Vanti& Railroad.j

b"'-n take a *,,, -4-af.t~-,(,c4 tr-nv.4

J-hu fIT .z.-. ehaimrruan uf the etzn
ruiir cad conimitUe'. ha., aIpr'intpd a
('.flt'4t(I fbunhxnefz rn'-n toi attt-rnd a
ril-:ulo -f tii- hauArd 'of dhirv,rw-tir(4f t-
FkL'hftn. i.Imna Rand '.\-w (Orlea-1
-ra:t'i. tc be- h'1d in S-1-ia Aporil1.
a f.-r viit'n -aid #'ir~ r --*r- w: h a v



t-e% B-ank 1-o 7:i.






*tu~z .nrn.. .4 hr'.(. $1.45.4


1Vcrnl-n f -cSvebut never


Call for r Sate (on~entien.


,;;I i- n ~rt- ':. wI I..-


t,. t.A-I Pt' _%14)' C~i- T.. v
1..nmib-a*i- J~~.tte- f:r h..Ii-- -
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~rc. antia-'-t *...cti .te -t -. t)1,-.h~F vw il C!,.r h
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... de ~a t- o tnl- ce '.c' t.f.~
t bS-!- of -n; f- .2 rI 'i.' 1-K
.:t*-! r semuction+, bande-dv.'-ch-* fr
LIcic -(r t!;- t a-e,: : -~
~...d te.hi i4-'!ie t nr. ii r t; f ~ *-
4.--n r --- : ie.,n of 1io er. 1 ':. u. -Ta
vi!-ce .tamocunts to 7i' c- alr.ihe.
'.'itc wtflL- l im- a]-tw &liow-d h,: ii! :-r.'ii r.-p-
r.~--nration wherp ti.- v,).. %%&.1., h-.
at Th- ev~t1.72 of I." m ii. nv p f''.?
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.c.- '-:mz. eiciaaL .. IiirthriveWt. acr c(i.ij


E VERY PIKOP


,f rne-icinp that ze in a

r-rtc-clvy ue-'. PLur- drczzintmain a
ipet-.dy -rec.-vo-ry. Pc'7druzs inmeai.
a r I-,;I Q.1e. Y. u want t!.e be--t. Li-t
U.; fill V-ur prem~crjptuon. arnd F-urc;.I
outi-r neict a W. 1. (iresri A Co..
."-rre Pr~acripti-cin Drnui.ti-t 37 S.
Pitlaf(,x-te.Pioe


HERL'S YOUR CHANCE.
iron. Wov-en Wire and 0 namertal
jenci.'g fo~r All Purpbtet...
I an-,azr-nt hr t.,-. larw'--t inarn-
in the %-aiv ofplain and oryuLino-.al
iron ard wiro Ifor:cain, spit'--. ia-t-i..
,,rc. Tl.-rc- ij..; r in i ,tr line-
thdt I cAnm~e: up;ply an.d ht iai~u-
ffacIu:f-'r- ric-. o-ro-cte-,i in duribA'p
mnd weerkmns;I~ik.- tnauro-r and at
-uch 1--.w jric-- t n t: v 'u w~il b- a-..


f n,- z f...? t :w ,- r-. tro.-'e


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AJ. %Tt.


E. Government Street.


SNI P (T)PlPULA


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SALOON.


ALIGATOR


( )Z--rii t e I n De-p :.T & .--N ;


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


U,


8OLE AGENTS FOR


P E N-N 1.AN D R YE W HTI:--.-
BROOKH IL SOUR. NMA-H
YELL 'W.STONF RIYF %%*I,.-s
IIAIRY MAlt' WHI-4KY.
ATLANTA BRRWI-NGiCo Nf
CELEBRATED BEER-KF


Chase. H. Turner.


+*ARCHITECT -


--ANI)--


General Contractor,


OPERA HOUSE! A Complete Plumbing Department under the

ONE NIGET CNLY! Management of E. B. Morey.
Monday, April 16th. .., .,A ~ ..)-- 1 -. 1,- r, ,


'Gst Your Mrany's Worth!"
T:.- I;F--: N 1,w ,,f th '%N i-, .
THE WORLI FAMOI'S




r,-* **t-t ',c,: .ow on I Farth.

BLTC -A ND-

30-Ebony Ecstasies-30
In a R-epprt, ire -f ('on Corn]dy.
DIrke-y Fnit. (Cakewlk4. Buck
)D.i:.e- and .Swf-t M, -lidl--.





Tuesday, April 17.

A JOYO'J3 EAST.R HAPPENING'


T an .. ri i:..l-.


Murray

F : --i --i... ::.,-

Finniga


lWA I. r~s--p ~. Caro-fullv t-1.-'-_ i S-. k,:, ': -NT
Ti'hjiiz- acAll Imin1. BaWth Tkub-. &1-- :dH-:e:.1; 1
If.-, Wazer a:. I G[A- Fixture--.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


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


JoPHN F. PFFIFFFR.
I AS H'
M. BUSHNELL.
A sz:T. C. rAS: 1


DIRECTORS:
E. WELLE-. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. 7.-,r.der- & C('.
J. WHITMIRE. JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON OREEN.


General


MORRI-. 1-K'.


Banking Business Tranw.arled.


Mu V jesse!,' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms. xi.
k Change Bought and Sold, CoUectlovn
Liv,-!,r ,.. Promptly Attended To.

n's Ball ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


on...i n,. r,.







f HE HINE ACAR'MY 1WF MUSIC,

M1ISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGGIO. A~ssitant.




0(jlfoitaj'! II'o and 4(//tra ble
/ir'( Ywle(o rI11 1 // (ec(I-f1or
.squ;luiler ul.'(III 0 Afars-
4'i 9 1 J:;'~i. 8(1, 'seiet(-


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-;--i T-


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


The Star Laundrv.


[ PiER MLAi, r f I EST FlORIDi!


-SI I )WI[N(; A 4 *1. EA Ni
EASTERN III



pe-if. et et..I., -e
117' v~r '-aa-,--71


M7XLEPRO


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
0!E 114. 37 E. GARDEN "
um CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE."'9
WALKER INGRAHAM. Manager.


ESTARTamKsp:I 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

0 D3ALSEU IS o

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
603 AND 605 8. PALAFIOX STREET.


E T7 & OO REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 0.O- C'
II GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & SON'S PUM.-

-1 0192-._ Cam. r, sdap, F al ts. Is, lastical Intmtresits, lafrts, liciarl, i


O0MIFAMES. L300. 3V.
C McKen~zie Qertir. ClztzA::"nt f'110ir P~-P'r.i


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, MONDAY, APRIL 18 1900


meat Action.


11eT 1; 1 14 ld11NTO.' BL DO(NE.

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gojt, 'n ni..1.4.uflS.


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X1own the e-xcr-tory- organ- fail to carry ," tjw ve nm1a' r il from the svstemn, there is an abnor.
rr.al acc':tri ation of effete matter which po:sons and clogs the blood, and it becomes sour and acid.
This poison i- carri-d through the general circuiatio: to all parts of the body, and upon reaching
the sk:n surfa, e there is a redness and eruption, and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema,
Tettr, Acne. Sa" Rheum. Psoriasi,, Ervsipelas andl an'iy other skin troubles, mere or les. severe. \
Wiht!e the skin is the seat of irritation, 'h- real di-case is in the blood. Medicated lotions and\
pjw.!ers may alla;v the itching and burning, but never cure, no matter how long and faithfully
Snltinue.l, and the -diti i.t ,oftcra a ra'avatti and akin permanently injured by their use.

The dilscas is wert tian skin deep; e callrc circualfla Is poisoned.

The many preparations of arsenic. ?ercuiry,. pota.'h, ttc., not only do not cure .-kin dtisease'., but .soon ruin the digestion
and break down the constitution.
S S S., nature's own remedy, trade of roots, heirs and harks, of great purifying ar.il tonical properties, quickly and
effectually cures blood and skin troubl.'.-s, bt-caust it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores normal.
health, action to the different organs. cl< .iises and enriches thi' blood, and thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions.
S. S. 8. cures permanently btcauae it leave-, none of the original poison to referment ia the blood and cause a fresh attack.
tIealtlihy bloodis necessary to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful coin-
Stphxion so much desired by all. S. S. S. can -e relied upon with certainty to keep
the Uloo, in; perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half a cen-
tur." ro other medicine can show such a record.
S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals i. purely vegetable and harmless.
O'r ie..ical de-p.artment is in charge of physicians of large experience in treating
1bloo'1 .a.l kin disases,wlho will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and direction all
wh: ,, l-ire it. Write fully and freely about your case; your letters are held in strictest
confidence. We make ao charge whatever for this service. Our book on Blood andi
Sk::: D.seast. v.ill be sent free tu*on apli:ati.,n. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, CA.


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PERSONALITIES.


CONTRACTS SOON TO BE LET


Io;, to II. ,i Ila 11lihb Mill at an
ta.: y l I)attv.
C ; i -, (.. April 11.-T G Co-
lut IIII- P ,. v 1 **n11'ntlany ;11 ," liuv iat nine
miarn ;' ..- f t:a:mnl in N .rt hi Hihi!atndls,
II.:i;i; in all :11 : t'r, that w ill I*' uw.- 'd
1Yv t!wi }hilth Mainuatmt'turing (omnmny.
T'1e (C'intiiia railway ivha. blitga: th work
ot i:,yinrg i side track to tiht wa-nou off
thit' -'.1t1u iill of the Bilib compiiniiiny.
Th,' 'ontra'et tor grmliing f,'r the new
mill wil i. 1let in a day or two. Plans
for the NI Nteineint hontews to be built by
the coiniauy are nIow being considered.
lPr,'sident E. T. Comenr of the Colum-
luibhus Power cnsuoliny is in the city
and is looking after the details of these
various matters.


Fornier Vice l'res!.ient AdIni E. Ste- HIS WIFE HAS DISAPPEARED.
vencn is about to nake a trip to Ha- Bride of Few Months Leaves Home
wall and the I'hLllpplue IIslaonds. While Husband Is Gone.
An Enclish phy3.4igtomlist findTe in JA'K)Vi.. Fla nApril 14-Jhn
the face of Ge.neral I~ullor thw traits of J Fla., April 1.-John
autho. iwtinsy it e-urismostDurst a young newspaper man, who
caution. obstinacy aii1l eplh-urtsmu most
strongly marked. went to Brunswick a few weeks ago, has
[Howanl Barvlan French has teen returned here to find that his wife, who
elected Ipreslideit of the Philadelphia was staying at the Savannah House, had
College tof iPharrmay. to sut-aeed the disappeared mysteriously. Durst is of
late 'Charl s Ilullo .loah .Jonson laws. the oldest at his delay in returning and went to
alhotgraniber hIn tit, xorhl .has just her parents.at Tanmpa.
photographer lin t Ihi world, has just; Mrs. Durat ran away from home a few
celbt his nl;i.-t.y %-econd birthday months before her marriage and stopped
In ilt,.ion. IH i, t. tll at his work. im this city, where her father found her.
Thet health of <.ini-rail I anmstreet has She is a beautiful young woman and her
bh..in con- l.'rtll*y vxorryinig hi-. frhknds. bhutband hopes that he may recover her.
Iutt h' hatis nw '. ,:i pl..I,.ly r'c.,over,'l Newnan'as New Cotton Mill.
his former go."I o., ,ilil ,n. anil thi ill-
n.is fo hith- rgo..d 'i.i. v <,>rToiik him ai t .ie I- N .rw (;a:., April 14.-The sub-
1n.on. M!i-s.. lhn- i,'ft ntio lta1d ,'ff'cts<. .riptionl b FreimIan W\VSIoilth of lo-'klanll. M,, tinlls havi b-.'n tp n for only a few days
has a alve.r watch h wi.h i-h .e hlats .art- for the 14k.(I0 stick with which it is
rioed .ontinuou.lv f,,r 44 vyars. It i, propl.sed toinlcretatheipreet selt capital
wh,.at is :l, Iln : ls hal1f l.14d cylI-t-. ,f the mills to *glt.OO(X Of the first
iwat is mn il i s :1 alf eil tel t. iain>a-l atni utait atiut $120,000 has al-
r itPa.! aa I p reoiut i..i 'dr t i- .r;'ady..lv I I. ttkein within the past few
l,-al jIt.x c.- n-. a' \-ry ui.u irt.' I :i.- c ,i. ,1 a ,d1 tt is i .Xi '-re-t d that the balan e.
i't'. wijj yilpdly. iUd N*. 2 will .e built
lf the. Brii;shlf o'- i.t itn sli -i;ih .\f- an l ti t i:t ,p ratrin under the present
ri.-a l.orI Ito'elr. I. .:"l nt .-lh,'n',r, maliail:gc I.,rl Io '!n.l.ni l.'. i-i !h atil Ml I..- ful n.*. a large dividlend having but re-
: i l 0. .m e I i ;: ,,l ; .. litr Il ,. .x : lu i ni l t i o n '** >' t l y t .e n i h* v -L ,r l .
.ilt i., ;:il7 -!',, ,.,. :l- :l ,.,! i,. l M 1 ('Crop i D am a eod by H all.
EIV AR I ,'\ >-\Il.T. -I a., Apri.l 14.-Tilia
n l ~vil-ir li hat-. btnai vi-ited by by a -c-vtre
T i 1 o! ," I"' i wAIIll r:.iin lind ll.:l storm The wind
.et al 'lil t, v!-it Si :lPail lland to, i 'p t ;aIs b 'l-w at a fe-arful rate for ston tille.
0, f t., !l .s ; 1 i1 -ti h d Th,,n it nin 'd and htilod. Hail ?ton,.
sa:, n fr lt, lr t::'. It let It be pro.- ias li' ,i rtril ftll, eidou (1n- ,
s; tf,, t Ite- a r tl. to l ,d,, r.. '.ile danirg,' t,, fruit aind earlv vg-
senttel to th,. sttalhm r St. I'ail liy tht etable.s. After the ihail it rain.ul in
r',silents of the' iity. : heetq.s and a- a co('i m-i Uic- all the Not- I
Lord Srtatlcona. thli rie'hest mian in tornm l:Inl wat u -tierr'd with watnr and
C':annala nnil the ianiu who equipped i few',- wash id awuy.
a liotly of rough rilders fior South Aft- ii. Whliteimb Itiley-s Ila .
r!,'-. l.'ft :n aand tit the age of 20 a-
a Hu,lson HIay companyy el-rk. lhe' I' i ta P Il.'. April 14.-Th! condi-
tnow owns a controlling hk.-k of the '1tion if .JTaims Whitemtb Rile,. who has
fa.iions company's stock. I bien suffering for some time with acom-.
The Inte Congreqmman .lanud of NMis- pilication of grlip and throat trouble, is
sour was. like IPrcie'ssor Aglas-iz. "ai- nmuih improved. He is still confined to,
ways too btl.u te)o make moneyy" and It his home. but will eave in a few days
is understood that the sole hope his for one of the nearby health re*srts.
widow has of piolperly eating for his
children I1 In the plrotits froma his Ili *'
ogr1ohy now twl.ng written. t
Adolphh Monell-Snyre. wIthin two

wyoth a le ntcy of h;.i. has ama.ss-el 1e challenge the world
a fortune in Wall street which places to produce a remedy equal
his nine amtnig those of thle ten rich- e
e,,t tmen In A meicae lie Is only 2 to the matchless ,Mineral
vyerts ol,d. and h!t mother was formerly
of Lexington, Ky. Water for the cure of In-
Two t',nrn-res l.eloiig .g t)o 'rI'esihe'nt .
S..: -,1r .-fhe ..ar:- Fr.ee state are di ston, Dyspepsia and
I,,. i: ,.;;...,t B,!,.i. 4.e Is allorms of Stomach, Bow-
t yt'I't. .i o~e I. i,,i S- lnn-l x with rela- );
,.,. .:1:,1ti ,.,i.tr ii. itait, f'r-I- -el Troubles and Skin Dis-
t;i.'. !t ti lAii.l.i I r.. ; lr says
i,., t..-1... ad: t.h. h, ,,i,.n oa lmon- eases. Guaranteed to cure
t' a" ,!;1. tt-f'.."e x ar :t-. ,ci l- r,. -
or money refunded. Cost
only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
S' ;'it (rean ir a iar-.. ;in :if- ty days.
" .111' ,' f d .a .a \ .'1. A -k uitu de ;iea r
H. -..- For sale by all druth iss;
SDURHAM Cigars have also 11. T. Green Co. 3^


been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells s.
them.
CI-A.S TIA R A.
Bearn the T 3Ix '*3 A Sy 8I. B'Z
S1!-Btfi' if /


THE DEACON.


The: I 1v. I'::.:.,. l:E.lwail C'artr.r h ti-
o r i ;. < i ,i: L l 1.': ::t 1 ;,i h i 1 ;i -
p .inlt i d I it ;;1 i '' ( 'II f t(iLahl t'.l n, S',i' i i A tf-
ri, a.
I'',.-i. i.t |"auin1 e ,f I'.r"\\a ;i 1.n cr-ity
i. Jd liverin' a "II.'1 v 40f L'tIrn : i:1 11 t, .s1
I- ili,, Ns IlIlIIt, I'" I ll ""% a I L e .il a .t
A lb>-e f I the iiihe."
'iThe Rev. lIr. Orello (ni.-, well Lkn:-w
fur hi.- \ ritings int l t ihe i-l f I'..!,lix al
eritiri-.mi. hi.t r ',c'nt!ly l,'ei a.ilev pr,,-
ft. i ---r ,,' hItili'al the,,hlgy at St. Law-
rence' u;.ive:-ity., (anton, N. Y.
The l.v. D)r. F. A. Nibleo. who fo'r -l
years ais owtipietil th ion Park ('ongregatioiitl clthurch. ('hieago,.
has ainntounc,-d his intention of retiring
from native niuiisterial work. Ill health
is given as thi cause for his action.
Bish p Samuel Fallown, Ieformed
Episcopal, of Chit-ago will deliver the
address at the dedication of the Sim-
mions soldiers' monument at Kenosha.
Wis., on Memorial day. He commanded
a brigade of Wisconsin regiments in the
last year of the civil war.
Anton Nik'l.a Sundberg. archbishop of
Swede,.n, hi, died recently, was descend-
IPI frowi tl. old Nora* rac-. In 1SIS65,
when the- gr-:ater part of Karlstadt was
d(etroyed by fire. the bishop took such
an ntlivv part in fighting the flames that
bli won *t. admiration of all.

THE BRITISH LION.
Great Britain k the friend of liberty,
buit only when it gives allegiance to Great
Britain.-l'ittsburg IDispatch.
Professor 4 arrett P. Servi-s alnnotiti'es
that the planet Venus is solid cold. Eng-
land will now get on her otbit.-Halti-
more Amnerican.
Englandul has plaeeid a large order for
flags with a Cintinnati concern. England
is acting very tmuch like a unti,,n that
expects to acquire territory.-Washing-
ton o'u-t.
"I-tre int len %I :, fe,' l ]nn inclination to
g, he has his ti;hting clon"1.i s na11 n1ili a
strontlitts Anglo-Saxon navy waiting for
CeIItin iiient.-Syi. 4l'-Ct' 1'PIt-Standar.id.
T.he Bri.: Ih eiiii. % i\ % ill corle )out of the
vwar with tlie rwIo'rs g:*,atly strengtheln-
ed fas .a iitilitat y p I n:. In modern times
I:ng!awil has alw ys teii extretnely
stro ag .'1 -*:i. blut hTr st-fl gth oin land
w a .s Iila -l'\':hl t-i'l }ilk: ii thIn- 4-4l li!1,; >uco -
tli-t i. s.iitlith Atriti fuin li.-hl ,l '-ul. prwof
that h.r hI. colnis f,,r ,.-i 1,art and
par-el of iher mIairtial furce.- Uottu Her-
ald.
On the Safe Side.
"Why do you call her a Wnw woman?"
"Well. I wouldn't dare call her an old
one."-Philadelphia BuNletin.






-Importers and Dealers in-

Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods, *
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 t1outh Palaf.x street,


Laundry Office


DUNN'S


Acme Beer.
Ir'T'7 TiVIVI. %T' ttY T I V U


J l" l-, ^rr. o r .*-l .i) 1.,
Palafox Street. PE sV I.
OIR ADDRl- Dannheisser Bros.,


0. IV. ILKINSON, AGENTS..
i qn .n!v M Pbrrr ard V m r dW tp


(..YyC .
Greenville. Ala. I u UI au tuU "_t. ,
Mtc1cl S..-Very. A.ter tion To- inonial Fro. Juldge (aiton. The Jug Trade
TI-re will be : r-,.rular In. ,t'ne j.f aiLFh NVII.I.F, Ala Aus 1. I-'9.
hP t.,a,:ic. et cet at -it inMa rf,' tch- Is Our Specialty.= *-
. i -ard of -f 'a t Oath t, C at \ nll-ral Watt.-. Thi- natur:tl ni m n-ral
o'h. cPr p ao.Tue-'.ay. A;ril 21. <., mt, 1.ty p g.r,,a i knofl idtte-., 1s tlnkt Prompt Delivery and Stti-faction
!n Ih x t'act condition 'in whw'h tist ohtl.i (fuaranteed.
:txit' t'-- artn nx\.''e:a hish water tied. %iti hwandrthti!
f. W. MCMILLA, M. D., .' .'.-p.-a. ,, a. itln e.ton. Dttnn-heitr B D no
President. ,- and for eruptive dieast-ae-. sore- an1 l eisser Bros.,
; lc+-r 'on man and animal-. A-s a remedy
E. 1I I.. rf. D. for the. troubleA. I do not believe it' 411 south h Palafox St..
secretary 25mt t.quatl exists. It is tbigbly reconhmeLded by
pThysicians for a number of disease P ne No. 1:6. P. Box 2sl1
Try TH N 1W.ut Column:n t dt Z ELL GASTO- .
Tr1Jy udge it J of Probate Court, Butler County. Railroad Exchange. Phone 26t.
tO, l, u I Alabama.


S'ATII THkin OisEases
Press.ig Demand -For Govern-Skin diseases


Reittolid.eh#. Hotel Escazubia,
PVAI crnt 'fe


DR.


Wx. C. DEWBERzY.


OFFI0E-Hanash Bros.' Drug 8trn.
RE8IDENOB-400 E. Jackson Stree

Win. H. area, M. D.,

Homeo0athic PiysiciU anf Suriei,
Late of Ocala, l*a..
Offers his professional services to the *11-
sent of Pensecola.
Espeilal attention given to tbh treatment*
of Chronic Uises and Dleses of
Women and Cblldrtn.
Thirty Years Practice In theb outh.
Offloe Hours:-9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. u.
BA denoe Phone No. WI.
Rrinrt-RIount Billding-Rlnm S

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Mnmic Tmple. Pou N3K



To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H.,
)dd Fellows Halln, Warrngton,
Monday, April 23,1900.

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


Cold Weather
Coming. Mend In yo
orders and letus fill your bin before t
cold snap arrives. We will send youe
best coal you can procure for either ballno
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.

iompsoo9, Olseq 0 V o.,
IDealers In

Coal and Wood,
officee and Yard: 8. E. Corner Zarragee
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


PXS A('OL. FLA Cd

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U~IL


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

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


Three Rc~ular

Meals Each Day

25c Eacb.


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GENERAL INSURANCE
-A-NDI-

Real Estate Agents,
PEN ACOLA., LA.
REP.:I:'NT '!WENTY-TW< OF THE
LE L.,!N(; FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
(*LASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
'URANCR tOMPAvT1C ..

_c:a t.l s of tic Eoultablh
i'f A:Srramcc Soclt of tie

O R nfle f Ot,
JJBMl'lr~lI "F Ste"ll#i. lr


Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.

G 0 GLA Y

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

11. F. GO1NZAULZ A Co., Prop s,
4atitintctu~r-r
CHO)ICE 1m V A tAN!) t t1. 1.LG I"OND
STOCK ]FEDl.
Pittronizo Hi'irn. Inu?1(1.rv. for thioro Is
ev--r- v r -on voti holdd buy y,,.ir Meal and
P-(k F -d from the Himn.. M manufacturer.
frtoy dol ing 'oil eoura.,e bownp indus-
tr% r-ii-' nw-i-..y!% i.'ft mi!!14- "ommunit
& nd you i.n trnart- arn1ir~rlcvy I.n-fitad
In tn-.*ermz ~th" Itomo, nimag'tturer you
'.nt rib'ute to t h. cati-e of [-ttbr. You owo
at lto fihe-commnhuuity in w tieh you live and
wb'eh eontrihUt#-.. to your bLipport.

FROIES-9IONAL CARDS.

Dr. Mareellu5 me~reary,


WEEKLLY CHEDULIi
0F14 STEAM DIVISION
t"'i;:is lI', A ;ELECTRIC TERMINAL
ItAlI.WAY COMPANY.
T'-aa.'. l-avo- Pensacnla for the Littit
B.-vou, ot'inetto H.-ah. Warrington, Navy
Yar4id uiA -',>-t l-arra:.'fes at
:: nm.arr've at For' Barrancea 7:11a.un
.. ft. tit.'rive at (Fot Barraneaeo l.1 4a.wn
:* .0i arrrv- at Fort Harraic-, 1 I p mo
3.. p nir.r;veat Fort Harranila- 4:.>p rn
i::Sp. i1. a-"nv.-at Fort ~arrancas 7:lit, ni
:* *i t : a* v- a:t Fu t tarrancas !:4 p.Ili
Trains i. Vce uFort Barranoas for Pensa-
cola at
7:$ > a. m. ar-tve at Pepnsaeola...... :1.5 a. M
'1 :'j p ni. arrive at Pl'eAtsacuai......... 1:46 p.mW
S' 4 p. n. t.r-.ve at t nesacola....... 2: M p.m
.'i.N p i ill ar.-:V.' at Pn'sacolit 5:1." p II
7:,s p. m. arrive at Ptnsacola......... 7:46 p mI
':46 p. m. arriviaat Pensaoola......... 9:30 p. w
"*at'r reiay- only.
lu ef'T.et 'tC. Is:, i '..
til'NDAY SCHKDUnl.
Leave I'e "nacoa. Ly Fort Barraneos.
9 a. 10 a. m.
11a.m. i. m.
lp.m. 2p.m.
I p.mn p.m.
Sp. n 6 pm.
spm pro.
6p.m. p.m.
6p.m. T p.m.
PARM FOR WEEK DAYS.
Pens"aola to Fort arrancas and return tSe
Pentacola to Navy Yard and return ......
Pensaola to Palmetto Beach ad return Uo
FasR roa NSUNDAT
feassoola to art Barraneso Navy
'ardaad retrn....._.............. ..
Peassoola to Palmet6o Beeoh and
No frehlt receTivd after 1:15 v. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola lIodge. No. 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday oven-
ing at 4 at Catlo Hail
in lIutchanson hbull. West
Intendencia street.
S liating brethren oordially
welcomed.
y .Hn~ H. JUDEVI ',.
H. HORsLKa. C.C
K. IL. & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman orthe
World.
Meets flrst and third Friday night In
each month. Vls;~ilg soverelgns, corda-
ally invited. W. W. WAThON,
s. Kt. THAMYI. Clork. C. C.


o--PRtOPlRIETO OFQ-o

CRONIES Szr LOON
o-DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Coiner Belmont anud Devilliers Ste. PENRACOLA, FLA


Telephone No. 147.


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and flight.
OYSTERS,. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN 8EA.-ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.0l) to $1.54 per Day. LODGING:
5i5" aI8i S1 S. South Palafox Street. Pen.acwla. Ilorida. 125 and 50c


H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. South Palafox street.
AU Kinds oe Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.
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T DAILY JiBW ": iman Jones of the national com-| HOSPITABLE POWELTON MORGAN AHEAD. |
St Me a o. wa summoned to t- iRoyally Xatertaine she Dpmocrata of The Veteran Semator Will be Re-
Nr 4 ast thbe m r c t'nd. Representative Dailey of. ;Etla Couaty. Elected Triuaphant ly.
Fla., Sia Seond -ciaits matter. New Jersey. who led the silver cam-
orrsesic: .Pitt miatng..nll- n utPall NewJo A large number of ladies and Sunday's Alabama papers show,
esreet. up-stairs. paignn hisstatein 1896, tookth gentlemen, inaddition to the dele. beyond doubt, that senator Mor-
PUBLISHED BY floor,&a dSaddresiir his remarksto gates to the county convention, en- gan's victory in the piimari s;
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00. Senator Jones.struck out from the joyed the hospitality of the citizens throughout the state was thorough |
shoulder thus: of Powelton Saturday and the ver- and conclu-ive. The Mobile Herald NlL
Terms-invariably In Advance. You can't de.-stroythe go!d wing of'thc dict wasunanimous that never be- say
0u* Year by Mail. ... 5 democratic party. Sir. you have been fore had they been better fed. Returns received up to the time of going
SMotbs s. making platforms and organizing the next The day was perfect and the site to press mnd cato the triumphant re-elec-
4te Moth ., house and electing Bryan ever since the for the barbecue and basket picnic tion of John T. Morgan to the United states
mW-eekbvCarr-r.p payabl' -Monday tit to tin nt ll i a at coul e es iredi senate. The democracy of labamia hast
See bY Carr. yabn s kept up youMonday 10 last lton, and want to tell yo if th was all that could be desired-in au been true to Its principles anti true totself.
tnin is kept up you will not only lose ote oak grove near an ever running The true manhood of Alabama has shown
T= W CICiKI-Y JN~SW : next houseand the next president but you sprin of deliciously cool water. that it has house for a self-seeking politi-
ftblbed ever Friday at $s.,' per year will disrupt and ruin the party. If you Th ensucess of the day is due caon h has sought to burl a statesman
asefree.want to elect Bryan this year you must re- largely to the indefatigable efforts of The Register say
train from making enemies on s ve Mrs. W. L. Everheart, Mrs. James The Register says
TELEPHONE NO. 118. business. Jennings. Mrs. ames Holman' The democratic primaries are over. Theb *t
TELEHON NO. 'Is- Jennings. M. ..rs. Jamnes Holman.; early bird counties set the pace for the 14=F 1
Several others who were present Misses Pearl Jennings, Stella spring brood. having given Morgan eleven--
dAetisng Rtsfeiusheden pplicetion. indulged in similar remarks. and Lowell, Minnie Lowell, Nettle Tapi- to Johnston's Ilve votes in the legislature; I
oIa Flora Tapioa, Alma Davis and now come the remaining fifty-nfive i
made things so torrid for Chairman o a. ora Taplola, ma Davis, counties and repeat the operation. going
Alma Davies and Bessie Davies, two to one for Morgan-a landslide for the
Jones that he vehemently dis- who had charge of the decorations senator and a drop into the well for the
claimed responsibility for the acts, and management of the dinner, governor in Mobile county the appeal t
expressions and opinions ofhis sub- The chairman's stand was fes- only three precincts so far heard from be-
ordinate, declaring that the party tooned with greenery, and, facing Ing forJohnston. Victory was in the air.
Tu ee with the ordinate, declaring that the part t long in advance of any positive
organizatin i rally anxious to har- the delegates, was splendid portrt urance of tne way.the people would vote.
d, A- H I I COST, ~organization is really anxious to bar- of Hon.Dannette H. Mays, candi- The cause presaged victory. It could not
.* 3S*e .-. e Pas. xa..w C monize all existing differences, and date for governor, enframed in gor- doutd that when the people of Mobile
Mai e. sand oers ma, intimating concurrence in the de- eously beautiful and artistically right. They always do so. l
f5 am 2wNa MatLwllaa i mand that the Chicag3 end of the arranged floweresided at the long The Montgomery Advertiser says:
machine should be dispensed with dinner tables spread in the forestng It was a perfect landslide yesterday. It
--NAGOLA APRIL 16. 1900 h dinner tables, spread in the fore-t ,doesnot bm certain that Johnston has
F A0LA. A 1. 190 immediately and indefinitely. With and heaped with appetizing viands, carried a single county. Not even themes
this understanding the meeting ad- and they let no man or lady escape sanguine supporter of Senator Morgan hadX
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. journed. until every craving of hunger had ope tor seeohntonis victorst overwhelming.the
---- been satisfied. large counties. including Jefferson. where
I^r presentatafiv to legislature: When the "warning' first ap- The barbecue was managed by D. the defeat was crushing. The Advertiser's
dispatches front irminklIam announce '
e. MiRENO JONES. peared, several days ago, THE N EWS R. Hart and A. Lowell, and they that the governor refuses to be seen. but his
J. EMMET WOLFE. denounced it as an unwarranted and proved themselves expert cooks. friend, give up the fight.
Former: revolutionary assumption of power Thefeastconsistedofnine quarters The irmingham Age-Herald
revolutionary power of beef, six whole hogs, two kids and says:
GE.(IGE E. SMITH. on the part of the committee, and untold links of home-made pork Senator Morgan has carried th, tat
For Circuit Clerk: we cannot refrain from some pardon- sausage, backed up by wagon loads overwhelmingly over Governor Joihnsion.
%1c%. M LA-N. able gratification over the fact that of West Florida Steam bakery bread Samford ik evidently lending in the race
AN M LLAbl ratificatinoverttand basket after basket of delicacies. for governor. Fromi reports received up to o
Srthe leaders have taken the game l n ter basket oof delicacie. .,:31 clock this morning Morgan has swept ,
For Tax ColIecta-r. with hundreds of gallons of delicious the state froin the gulf coast to the'rennes- f-y
... H. I'ALEM I'ERTE. view of the matter that we did. coffee. prepared by the expert hand see valley and from the Chattahoochee
--- Ta....r --x. of L. D. Davis. river to the lMisissippi borders. St. Clair
H-.rsTax Ae r: o D *Dvi seems to be the only county which on yes-
Many so-cilled "bitters" are not Many of the young men from terdany cat a Imajte zty of its votes for Gov-
W. w. licHAlRIt' medicine;. but simply liquors dis- Pensacola lost their hearts at Pow- ernor Johnston. .lefferson county, the
I-( County Treasrer: guised, so aa to evade the law. elton Saturday and the unanimous ho byme of the go frnor e r tastendorst thesen-
JOHN W. i- KATE. Pi'KhLY ASH BITTERS is not one of verdict is that there are more pretty This is one ,f the most complete defeats v
thi- class. It is strictly a medicine, girls there, in proportion to popula- any candidate in the hiiitory of Alabama
For County .Judge:acting primarily on the kidneys. tion, than anyw ere else on the politics ever eMor ad a his a ne counted
TH',MAS R. McCi LL.A'i. liver and bowels. and for the dan- civilized globe. than enough votes to insure hik election
For S..hool superintendent: .'-rou. aliseass that attack these The press representatives were and will be nominated by the Alabama leg-
organs it is a remedy of the first shown many courtesies, especially ilnture (in the first ballot.
N. .CK. grade. There is nothing objection- by Mrs. W. L. Everheart, and the t k o.
For Clerk Criminal Court: able in its taste, it has a very agrr.e- ladies of the party are under especial The family that keeps on hand and
M. p.H.NIFA able* flavor and is acceptable to the obligations to Miss Pearl Jennings. ues occa-ioaIlly the celebrated
J i f the Peace d Ditri most delicate stomach. Sold by who courteously invited them into PR'RicKi. ASH HITTERS is always a S
For ie or she Peace3d rt. 2Hannah Bros. her parlor and entertained them well regulated family. For sale by
.;.AMEasR. LANDRUM. while they were waiting for the de- Hannah Bros.
vorC'ontable 2d ila^'rit' lINNIGAN' LUt'K. played train. NTED A I. WV
Hon. John B. Vau-hn looked after A NOTED MACHINE. L
CHARLES P B'I>R- Toe Peters Comedy CUmpany Closed the comfort of a number of the dele- Th7', .';in: MilIh ,w'ol d fit O. 1". f. I
VFr County Surveyor: Its Winter Season Last Night. gates and provided them with a ', l; ',/ F"rnitur, HI,,,., .
M-. v.BECK.bountiful supper.
W.'c BECK. The Peters Comedy Co. played Wver's band furnished music all noi ( throihl,,if the world for its.r
For Member School Board: to good business last night in the day and added to the enjoyment of ,' ,l it work (nt liyhf running whih .
A.v. BCBBS' production of "Finnigan's Luck." all. 'veryi /,w rkrprr nant,. You f do
E WARD. The play was full of wit and the Th. Annptitpf .* -:.t* "t l .ont ta n ,.mahin, that it tak:,.s a


GOR ESOE tales are reaching this
side of the Atlantic to the effect that
American methods have been
adopted by the hotel keepers, lodg-
it-hbouse:keepers and retaurateurs
of Paris. who have formed a combi-
nation to advance the prices of ac-
commodations during the exposi-
tion period beyond all reason. The
stories. if true.: will not affect the
vast majority of our people who cau-
pot afford to attend the -xpo-ition.
and to the few who can, a few dol-
larsaday more or le- wi 1 make no
great difference.
THE coming conference of promi-
nent southerners to consider the race
problem. which will assemble at
Montromery, May 8, 9 and 1i. prim--
ipes to be an event of national inte.r-
est and profound significance.
Scores of newspapers. North and
south have approved its purposes
and predicted important results from
its deliberations. A fair sample of
these numerous. expressions tray be
found in the following, from the
Utica. N. Y.. Dispute h:
PracticalIr. tht- c,,otifer'tce yii-in'a ft 'i:%-
'uaion of the negro uet tioUn it all its '.el.f
phases. It i%. understood that tIhi cdnifer-
eBce will be oif ,tlite men: but it I. al-o un-
dwli'ood that the leading iiegros of th-
outfa, men like hooker T. WashailngtoU.
heartlly approve tof it "ndout le.-diy harm
has been doIne 111 ti. pa-t by busy-tuhlies
from the North who have feltt that they had
a duty to perform. and who did not feel that
their lack of knowledge of conditions made
them the la-t persons in thte orld to -olve,
tl-e negro tpri.tbl-m.
A Ktekh Scene.
The natiotial democratic coniinit-
1.e has it- heat lpiuart'r in ('ilicn ".i
whence it has lb.',n carrying en what
it lias foindly i;s tii:ied wa- :a viaz.r-
onu- camn i0 i for t1..' re: i-ii i: i, i>i)i
,;. tbe C'tl.wa':'' tlatf rin '-in i;- **il-
tirety," with ontev \illi.- Abl tt :.; 4:-
"prcss :agen-t.'" -etdi:ii out weekly
Io, the democratic newspapers of tlhe
country broad-idiep of printed "'hour-
wash." ini:end'-d for republicatiin..
hut which was rarely noticed by :any
-*f them. ald u-ually found ,,blivi.n
in their wa,-tt- ba-kes..
Quite recently. A!,bbott woke up to
the fact that Lt, was not making the
impression lt:- had anticipated, antd
he bloomed 'liout il! the' A,-so :ited
Press with a *warning." to the effect
that th.e wicked "'gold demo-l
crate" were cointempilating break-
ing into the Kausa-i City uCol-
vention with intent to capture
it and spoil all of hti winter's work.
In his "warning" he us.ed some very
intemperate language about the
"gold democrats," denouncing them
as traitors. renegades, etc.. and an-
mnoncing the po-itionof thecommit-
tee to be that they should be kept
oat of the convention-and the
party-at all hazards.
When this manifesto reached the
attention of the democratic leaders
at Washington there were symp-
toms of a cyclone, A secret meet-
inJ of the national congressional


specialties were good.
The $15 prize was won by Harry
Janett and the $10 prize by Eugene
Acosta. Tickets Nos. 1331< and 3291
were the winning numbers.
During the last act of the play Mr.
Peters announced that he would
close his winter season here. last
night's play being the la.st.
(On May 7th. Mr. Peters and his
company will open a Portable Thea-
tre under canvas in the lot back of
the cu-tom house. and will give one
of th, best tent performances uu the
ro ad.
Mr. Peter. and hiq company havc
a l it of warm friends here and his
show" will always draw a crowd r:;
Pen-acolia.
An Honest Medicine for La Gripp'.
Geo. W. Waitt. of South Gardiner,
Me..s ay-: "1 have had the wor-t
cough, cold chil s and grip and i ave
taken lot- of tra-h of no account but
profit to, the vendor. Chanhb-ilgin's
Cough Remedy is the only thing that
has done any good whatever. I have
tu-ed one ti centbottleand the chill-,
cold and grip have all left me. I
congratulate the mann 'acturer- of aui
honest medicine." For sale by Han-
inah Bros. and a'l medicine dealer-.
UNITED STATES COURT.
Term Drawn.
For the May term of the United
States court, which convenes here
Tuesday. May S, grand and petit
juror- have been drawn as follow!-:
Grand Jury
E'-?ambia County-R. EddinQ. Jas.
M Flinnl. Jo<-. P. oodtiall. W. \V.
Wats-on. Emai.itnuel .1. Villar. David
B. Tobini. 1Maik Mayo. 'I ho Il. Tur-
ner. John H. Porter. (e,. C. Hall-
mark, Charle- J. Heinberg. Win. H.
Yates. John J. Bowes. John M. IDay.
John Thomps-on. J. S. Dlirhiaii, I.
E. L. D)alitU! J. Jt. Vani Pelt, R. J.
Brewtoin.
Walton Countiy-W\V.(C. Eddly. WIn.
Roger-..I. H. Patrtaile.t -
raitra ,-;a ('Coiutty--S. J. Stewar'.
I. lit .Jut).
E-stinibia C(ounty-(. M.. (I-entry.
Jolii t'!'ns. L wiv i J. Andet-r- Ii.
Leonida-.M. lBro,,k-. Olivr O. Bt',.l-
nuni...o-. N. Hrfu.ht n. t (iu-t:tv Ax-
el-ion. Fdinnidl Vy.er. Fran.' k A.
Ro-i-a. Daniel H. (;Giiuniig. M martin F.
Collin-, Franak \V. Walter. B. L.
tGund-r-heint'er, Henry S. Forbes.
Jas. lRobert-on. Charle' H. Wells.
James C. Cla:rk. JohIn G(. WVo.i1.
Samuel L. Cliffoid, J. J. Duel, W. L..
\% ;ttich, Henry Pitt, R. NI. Bush-
nell, Hal Bros;iah:ami. WVm. De-H--.
Jo.li 1). Rendall. A. F. Warren, Ed.
W\. Fowlt-r, i-iej. A. Davis. ChaQ. F.
Z-ek. Auuti-t Bo,-k,-. L. )D. Marzoni.
L.. Shei.-r i. Atndrew Anider-in.
W'm. T. Powtll. Jo-. I. Datvi-, NI.
He-rrin.
Walion Ct'outy-N.Colver, L. F.
Cochran. Warr-en .Iunin. Otto Tap-
pan. H. W. Storrs. A. C. Bailev.
Ja<'kilon (.ounity-W J. Silngletary.
J. D. *errell. M. Jacoby.
Wa-lhiniton C'ount3 -F. M. Col-
initz. R. F. trcarltt.
I i not fail to read the advertise-
ment of TEETHINA in this paper.

Your Liver
Will be reased to its natural duties
and your biliousness., headache and
costipation be cured if you take
Hoed's PUill


nf'epp ( i ( Is envied by all poor dyspeptic, s an i l I t ru, Te f/ of ti f
whose Stomach and Liver are out of us and Wil/ S( 1 / e tht ,/o will
order. All such should know that -"h'a.y, h Io,' *vild w ith,'. a irery l(,ow
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won- pri'ice-frm 'ifto$.;o. IW v als(,orr//
deriul Stomach and Liver Remedy, ,1 ,, of the largq t ipt-to-datr stocks of,
gives a splendid appetite, sound di- Furn,,;, in the i;ty-, .rrythity,
orastin and a reonlar bodily hahit


that insures perfect health and great
energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug
Store.


LAST WEEK'S EXPORTS.
Shipments to Poreign Ports Were Val.
ued at $197,402.


The custom house records for last
week show that six steamships and
ten sail vessels of an aggreg:ate ton-
nage of 17,102 arrived from foreign
ports, and that three steamships and
eight sail ve-sels of an aggregate
toin.ige of 11,174 cleared for foreign
ports.
The shipments to foreign ports
during the week were valued at
$197.402 and were distributed as fol-
low-:
lelfaht "
London ."'
Sunderliandl and 'ardl; T ,
,(enoa 2.>.771
Havana .. '.;.:
Harw -k .... .I
PI t terdaii .... -. etr
'ape 'Coast Castle, ote 7.ti7
cardiff .. .. ...1
Ho no ...
Algiers ... .. 4.',"
Total .. 7.
The' ittlns of export during, the
w-ek were:
Timber and lumber, a ft 7/ .*' :I
Cotton, banles .... e
|'.iir,. bushelvs .. ";' <
'hiosphate rock. tons l.4'17
I ron pipe. s .... I I ;'.".
Rosln, bis .7
l.ara., l b '
Be'r, h kca 's'
Adye'rtiaiing matt-r. It-
Picture flaillle-,lo
t' tl ,- }';;
Hugs .. 5'
If troubled with rheniunatism, .ivo
Ch'liaiberlaini's Pain lallin :t trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it do(, no i
-<..id. One aiapplicatinii will etlifeve
t -h ;,in. It also Cuires "; in- all. i.
bru n-es in one-third the. time re-
>!:iirtel b.y any otlih tr t.tinivi.t.
l ut-, burtlr fro-tt'i*0-, qnili-=,y,
;'.iini- in the 'i-L e a,,d ch-'-t. gl ii;ln-
l.ar another swellings are (uickIy
i'nir,'d by p liyinag it. Ev ry t>"ttl.
w.i r:tiitt-d. Prici'. 25- il i nd '
I ''r sal,, hy" Hannahi Br'. and ;:i
:,: ('n i -e (;l,;i* r-.


Circuit Court.
The case ,of Ponder va. Fi.le lity
andl C';uI-tlty C'o.. In whl;h'!i a inew
trial was grIanited :at t:#- la-t tvIm of
the court. uon1 the verdict of the jury
:twardinig thle plaintiff $:;ls for the
de-ath of her hivubanid. was still on
trial thi- mortini', and pro'nmi- d to
(con.ui lle- th- ,nir- day. if not mire..
Thie c i-vs ti Myrovr-r vw. The PIIn-
sicolla Ilectlii 'l Trmninal Railway
Co. and Piu & Robinson vs. The
S .uthern Hell Telephone and Toloc-
;:raph Co. are set for trial to-morrow.
Indigestion is the direct cause of
diseases that kill thousands of per-
sons annually. Stop the trouble at
tie outset with a little PRICKLV ASH
BITTBRS: it strengthens the stomach
and aids digestion. Sold by Hannah
Bros.
NU"!; IOc. PER POUND.
Jacoby has 50X0 to 600 pounds of
Italian Chestnuts and Choice Hazel-
nuts. which he i! offering, to close
out, at 10 cents per pound. 7atf
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. Star Laun-


from the chrep1 st to fthe fin stf.
Your credit is good with u.s, ,al
w'f p'(nt you"r trad, .
I',' know nothing! but f*ir d til/inq.
Jf' ii ord rx ht'v prompt tW ntiflon.
0.)3. M. /'/'/,,"s ig WhI t' al'. x nd
R', 4a;; /F ,ma"r 1. lo em.
40 to ;4 So, /ih Pt ,.t; ,.
F.r "ly Time.
M,.-r". J. E. Ross & Co., No. 11 N.
Palafox street have perfected ar-
raniL-ment- for the manufacture of
tho. he-t window screen ever placed
upon tt i murker. They claim for
it the following de-irable features:
It can be removed ard stored
away at the end oif the fly season
withioutthe use of tools; the blind
and -lish of the window can bhe easily
handled from the inside without in-
terference or trouble from the screen ;
it is simple in construction. and the
price is so low as to be within tlihe
reach of all. Call and examine it.
and leav- your order for any number
from oni to one hundred.
No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
FINE POI'LTRY.
At C. Corner's Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell eggs for sr t-
ting from the following bIre(ed- of
chickpn-: Dark BIrahlmil:t, P.ir trid(e
Coohiil-, L.i lt Br;ai'i:-ma. \VW white
Cochin-, Plyl~'minth lIt'k-, Hr'wn
I,.'.hslrn-. Wyvnidot-. MIy fowl- areF
fromn the, very h.-t -t;ain- to lie
foin111 i. : 'l I i i vite tt l iil i, to t ill
aind -,'e n.p p!i"Il'tiy y": i-*l t T7i.
, f .r I.' ,'. .. ;:. L' I -.
7, f ",W! M 1 .'-r


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C.' 8:
t IS'.


M0 NTAiN

MINT TONIC

Everybvhody Inopd- a tonic ti.sZe
l:izy spring day- to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint T uni
doe- this It invigorates and puri-
fies the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong: and it gives one who i4 all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
lar-. Try it. It Is made in Pensa-
cola by Dr. Philip E. Hannah. For
-- A%% Aix R. ... On


tout 3,04son ln


STYLES


JUI


OPEN[


SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND MONkDA

S| $3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks .. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00


I FANCY PARASOLS.


SWe offer our Entire Line at
ti Cut Prices Saturday
and Monday.


SBoys' IVasable Suits.

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


SBoys' White and Colored it'

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


Gents' Sumffmier Clothing.

S Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7 50.
$10.00 and $12.50.
Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.50 to $7.50.


+)Special Prices on Patterns.**


1n 0


William 0o0son & $son.


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

i*=Repairing Attended to Promptly.z(:-
1o EAST (GARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSA('ol\. t.


SOL


CAHN


&


Co.


*3z~3sOFFER *


Hi NFILESS ('(PD)FIS-H, -II Il"EDDED ('01).,;'-f
SMOKE!) HAL.IBUTl.
CROMTARrY HLOA)ATERS, H~OLLAND EL %
sT:.)('iK visif.


(CA N N 1)T( -N.NN'F' S 11,


KTI'PEREI) IIERIU'Nf;. ANCHIOVIES I\ 1';
LOB-STERS, CLAMS.


('AM(H(PWTER.


'BUY THE BEST."


E: ; IIE"RIGERA T'!'.% RS a re ,(i it i tii t" it.,
-y 'i'tav'e a I IAbo I wei D i '' ~~ A I I l'J% II~t,)N 'IA I A
:. : .A! I Wt Iv I IA rI. --.


SOur Ice Cream Freezers: -'


\VA 1M N'TEI TO'()FIREEZE I;ZE .


qoB%.


INI'1 TE-


GERSON,K-


107 South Palafox.


25_cents will pay f.,r the Saturday
edition of the Jacksonvill- Metropo-
li", ta large s or 12 page paper.. from
now until Nov. lath, by mail only,
and $2.00 will pay for the Daily
Jack-onville Metropolia from now
until Nov. loth. for ca"h in advance
only. The object of thi- uniparal-
lelled offer is to give the people of
Florida a chance to keep post,-d on
the news of the coming political
campaign at extrme'y liow eot. and
also to make them better aeqi.iatited
with the leading free silve-r and
Bryan newspaper in the state. It-
cartoons are alone worth doib.- the
rnif*nDv-


Fine furniture in s.il '*"
Stffijs, including I ,' ,''
rockers, at very reao mn"6
prices. Their .vock i .,V '" -
plefe. Don't buy an/,i '"-
in furniture until yjll '
sfet, .Marston Fi,,;
stock.
The best 6 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.


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aTIt from preinct No. 1 had no proof i county, n convention assembled, leet by this convention to serveuntilIthe:
that he had been elected or that he heartily endorse Congressman It4 al'l consist of one member from each
IE E /RA had even been voted for. The con- Stephe-n M. Sparkman and that the precinct in the county. and one member at
testing delegates from No. 6 brought delegates to the first district con- Srgre. Tho. members from the various pre-
ONV NTI the inspectors of election with the gre.-sioual convention be instructed i ncthd reeln.pee.by the a t
N I' IN tally sheet to show that they had re- to vote for and support his re-nom- chairman of the committee be selected by
S1 ceived the majority of the votes in nation. The resolution was unan- the convention. That no member of the
committee shall be represented by proxy.
their precinct. It was shown how. imously adopted. unless the hoder of said proxy be a demo-
-- ever that their names were not cratic voter of the samei precinct as the
on Instructed for ays printed on the official ballot, but had In ted fr Mays. member whose proxy he holds.
S:ons Instructed been written on. In view of the fact Chas. B. Parkhill offered the fol- On motion of John B. Jones it was
Governor and Spark- tlat the executive committee had lowing resolution: order red that hereafter the members
overnrequired that all candidates file their Resolved. By the democrats .of Escambla of the executive committ-e from the
an for Congress. names with them on or before a county, in coinvention a-sembled, that we various precincts shall be allowed
an for Congress. given date and that these contest endorse the candidacy of Hon. 1. H. ays, only one vote each.
Given date, and that these contest- ofJeffersoncounty, for the omce of gov-
-- ants had not done so. it waz decided ernor of liorlaa, and hereby instruct the John B. Jones nominated Chas. B.
that the delegates certified by the delegates elected by this convention to rep- Parkhill for chairman of the execu-
V NORITY MADE A GALLA:"' executiv- committee should be given ratic cothnventon to smeet n Jackbonvitle tive committee, and stated that Mr.
El. THEN HARMONIOUSLY their seats. Those John-on and W. B. oni tiihe~thdayof June. I.SO, to vote for the Parkhill had, as chairman of the
Hubbird voting in the negative. Mon. V. H. Mays for the nomination for committee for the last two years,
FEI L INTO LINE. The convention reassembled at 3 :5 governorsofior band to ue all onor- and in the recent primaries, been ab-
Sp. m. ad the report of the commit- John B. Jones offered as a substi ltely fair and impartial and was
tee on credentials was read. with the tute that the delegates go to the i well worthy of trust. Mr. Parkhill
,. I Parkhanl i natnm.usl)y It motion that it be adopted. state convention absolutely u was unanimously elected.
ubteDan Murphy was unanimously re-,
f. ,. Jno. B. Jones moved as a substi- pl edged, but be left free to select the Dan Murpey was unanimously re.
.. ,ted airhan of t.me s.ie S,,antrtee-He alow Heads the Del- cept as relating to precincts I and 6. mon. wifob governor, who, ent their p interests On motion of J. Ed. O'Brien the
.a, to the s ate Convenion- from which the contesting delegates of Florida. repreeroll was then called and the dele.
.-... h0 should be seated. On motion of J. Emmet Wolfe the gates from the various precincts
,;rlan Fndorsed frr Prefident-Sen- Mr. Jones' motion was argued and Onubtionute waslaid on thf J. Emme table and named the new executive commit-
.ai.r NMt.ry Kndt opposed by Mesrs. pSullivan, Shee- Mr. Parkhill's resolution was adopt- tee as follows:
S.,- Ecauitba c.uuty democratic han, Welles, O'Brien and Wolfe. ed l--Z. W.Boberts,
vention met Saturday in the Mr. Jones made a powerful plea Chairman Welles appointed as the .'H.T. re.
:. e tf o m u d y l i t e i k ,-or t h d- e t tt ne iatsi n ti s n, n pa d r r I C h i m a W l e s a p o n t d s... ... u x


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Direct Attention to their Ladies' Cambric

4Ucderwear Department!.

Consisting of Nightrobea. Skirts. Corset Covers and Drawers, made
in Cambric. Long Cloth and English Nainsook. Trimmed in Point de
Paris. Torchon. Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. Tte Underwear
represented are Full Well Made Garments of the Best Standard Makes,
and we invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Special Sal, of Silkalisle Vests. value 36c at........................... 25c
Extra Bargain in Vests at................................................ 0c
The above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
cated this season.
Ladies' Knit Lisle Drawers. knee length, for summer wear.
Hosiery.
It is to your interest to know that we have the best wearing Hosiery
in the city. We are offering two exceptional values in Ladies' and Chil-
dren's Ho-e at 25 and 35c pair. A trial will convince you of this fact.


....at 4...Z..Z. Powettepr to u.ti his J committee to select delegates to the 4-A. '. Tippin. a l i
t..v at P on t- heprima awtosustainhi ost- stateand congressional conventions, 5-.J.hel ma
,ct. pursuall' tocall (ofif;te- xecs- tin. c-J. B. vaughn.
.,,ct. :tnto<. lAfter considerable argument, pro; J. Ed. O'Brien,J. B. VaughnZ. W. 7-N.w. Ncholon. Attention is called to our increased asortment of Small Wares.
vAt coII:Ibttl". auen pr Roberts, David Sheehan, David To- -Oliver White. Aside from our regular stock we have added numerous other Newer
T..,..Ivl,tin w ..Illed to ir- ad con, T E. Welle called for the bin, C. VaPelt, John Ward. Taylor. Brands of Modern Stvle Makes, such a Hook-onHoe Supporters. which
b o, J. C^. Van Pelt, ; JohG.W I Belt A. a e p t w. t se
r ni to h u- stion and the vote was taken re- o rin h A Cotodwn. i l ucea al
.t by chairman Charles Fultin as follows ~ The Unit Rule. lJ. R. Steward. reduce the abdomen and produce an ideal form. Chinton safety Pins,
"rat 'b h i r a o 12--lDavid Sheehan. Miles' Safety Pin ald Stewart's Duplex Safety Pins in all sizes. Pulley
h :tI a,1d ,nli mtiltoln of J. EJd. uIn favor o(if seating contestants- On motion of J. Ed. O'Brien it 1*-Ed denlor. Jr. Beltsof all description., the New Batt Tie. Hat Pins. Finger Purses, Etc.
1 i, iatel tok a reces- Nee, Tippin. Gilmore. Coleman, wa' ordered that a majority of tle 14-J..avidTrrombie.
S. at rival ,I1 tie train frnfii Steward. Britson. Jones. Thos. Joan- delegates.- to the state and conigre,- --W. H. Hubbird.Followi Barais r the
Srtioi-aring elvati-., which .-n. Whiting. Hubbird. Clopton. sionai convention shall control the 17-H.t'.Ciopton.
St twi, Imur- I to-. Fillingimn-12'3 votes. ofn--M.O. Haggett. Ail,'tur Oxford Cloths and Scotch Ginghamns that were 33c........now 25c
arrival of ttlis train the- Against -eating contestats-Rob- on nd the deleat o proxies be allow ques- iA.. Fillingi All our Frere Kechlind French Figuied Organdies that were sold
w;. at 1:4 p. il., again erts. Pur-*-ll. Shelby. Vaughn. Har at 45 and 5.,c.. .........................................now 3oc
Sl. ;.. .rd-er toy ('hairmintii Park- per-. Nicholson. Frank Johnson. O. Senator Mallory Endorsed Resolutions of regret and respect SilkaliIle Ves,., low n. ck. ito -leeves. former price c............now 25c
.1 .n motion of J.Ed. Hri White, ile. C. J. Ward. Ggl The following resolution offered to thememory of the late Johi Hil- Extra Value Vestr. low neck. no -leeves............................ lc
S11,u.,piof. th-call for han. W .. azell. Garcly-. Thflowin resuton, d land. J. S. loard aid J. B. Extra Values iin La.ie. and Children'-s Hosiery at.................25 &3 c
v.;.:rijhy rna'i t),- call for," h-5-han. \Velln-:. Bazzell. Rarcl-y. b J,,h1 B. Jone,.. was !,-coidid by Church were adopted by a rising
!rT nli and tll-th li,-t of dele- J t'ohn ;. Ward. Hannah, .J. -. h,- H-. arkhtill id d -d by a vote.d 'twln l: lit aiti' : ih. a fair .o of l rn,.y
ce- rtitid by the x'(.xcunive White. W)olfe. Dunean. Brown. lo- uillaniAmou ri-uing ote: AI-o reooltions of thanks to the ..n1tt ilal ;..aair rtmt lrom l.',t to- n roker
,-. pr.,xi- being filed a- niii. l' .,rn, Pflff. r. Alrcroint.i.. ,,,. *nnt nTh ,.fmtidente, ;- d(, people of Poweltol i for their hoa iz to c o us t a .V 7.. a.. .m ar. h>fo, te va~-S are c-l.d out.
w- v call.-d. Th e- lcoinventit Putmani. Van Pelt, Rice,. ullivatn. im, n,. -, m. criunty e n eI T pnri:. t aielt, to ttee l rigo ex eutive oi l-
.. nizel. w:wa conqpo-.d of ti.,. Maio- .*' pie-. c .':ty lv d nl!t-tecrity o tli ni'able r t th retiring executive con-
.. del. gat.-: T'te r!.eport of the conineittitte-C on M Ctji-. it. Mauliory. h it- -.n in- rel r t-,- and ilttee, to) tile tein porary and per- 0
** r,, h-'.. ,- rditt i W- t, ft ain '* nl tric nt-fii*,r-tic.- to manlent chalirmnan ofthe'onv-ltioli, of tei J IJjl JJ Z a L
N, -Z \ .. cred-:itial wa- tht-i adot,-d with- i.niiicaiw d -:rii,., i u purity of Iurise. Secretary Murphy a i th -
M. Is:k\.. r, out ,po-itio the- .-ii-ry ilid ul.nlity that hi dititr- cetary M urph ant the newspa- Telepht,,ne 1 "* and 35 Palafox Street.
I ,. (hiitrn.h Ii ParkLill anlnounc(dthat Ii "hed hiis c.,urr-e 1i the senate o! the pers of Pensacola.
n A. i.*- tha Vnitdinsteatate.nuuid wre-a--ure him that ih- On motion of John B. Jones the -- -
A A.4 h..ihy. the ttliuI. ad arrived to elect a per- possew..- tthe utmo-t e-,teem. respect and action of the primaries of April 10
-. R %lauzh;.b r..S ubn T. Hairpe-r. niati ct chairinal.but before ri-tir- admiration of i t grite-ful contituency. c on o pr aris April
%11,k; k He-oived further. That we extend to the Was endorSfd and th- hea:rty sip-
-N M. .,lou. Frank .lhn-,.i. litg lie wihed to thaiik the conven- dsiuhd senator our profoundest re- port ofithe PasUembled democracy
S 't4uIt. tiln fior the couirte-v and honor gt anid sympathy on account of his re- forte nominees was assured.
.t Anii..I. \ .,,iui.i,,r*. .tw iW lii. That there had be)-en cent protuete- nline-s. anid ne rejoice and o e nominees was assured.
,,-t j. Ward. w'. 1. 4 oleta Totue t diff#-reiicf o-; l iiiiiiiia ut'ra at iiin r pon his continued im- T ihe conveltion adjourned at i:;5
I 1 -.1 R. steward. prlvementiinntul alth. p. i., and. after a somewhat tire-
-' H. (ilngei... llt d s h..ieain. tween the delegates. but he loped p ell halth p. n., and, (aptal h Four Grat lBanks of ohe Worlw
//-II.T Weliess proxy i 1I.. that these matters were now settled. (n motion of J. J, Sullivan it was soume wait, a special train arrived
,o.. Wardprx..Th. r thateverything would be pleasant ordered that each delegate to the and he delegates reached home at k f End,. .
S, A lte-. .J. i-.nlinet w%,le and that hereafter all voters would tate and conre-ional conventions 9 p.m.
S T. unica. take more interest in the primaries shall lede himself to support the Bf France 36 500000
o ,. Brow kr proxy. llavid Tohien that such qtue.ttio lg;t hIt state, national iand county demnoc- Glorious News Bank of France,
Si priSxy .JJohn'1-.,-r1. .again arise. ray. Comes from Dr. D. B. Carie. of Imperial Bank of Germany, 28,560,000
.-.I At.rrentsniini,. 1.. i. Putnmiln. J. J. sullivau nominated T. E. Bryan Endorsed. Washita, 1. T. He writes: -Four
Tm n. johno. .T. \, t Wellefor pern tnent chairman followingreolution. bottles of Electric Bitters has cured B of Russia, . . 25714,920
plox ,The following resolution offered Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had .......
l iT-H. C o iT -. T. Te call of the rmolPl and recordintgI Iuly adopted: Terrible sores would break out on Total, $176,802,855
I.--. J.' eiaignm. of the vote had begun when Mr. 't iThedemocracy of Escambincounty. Fior- her head and face, and the best doc-
S..l.tuivau prxy.. Mark Mayo Johnson arose and said that this was ty. tegty and un trying theenab to rs could give no help; but hercure FNDS HELD BY TIE MUTUAL LIFE URANCE PA
Johni It. Jones annouue-d that unnecessarily delaying the proce- tue principles of democracy of that great is complete and her health is excel- i
ArhLie Benton from Precinct No. I d.ure of business. He asked that hia cnuoner of the opi. William Jennings lent." This shows what thousands F TE PAMENT F ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. 1,
iBryan of Nebrabka. and recognizing and jhave "roved,-that Ele BI ETS E C R
,: d A. M. Maylan. C. E. Hobb- name be withdrawn aLd that Mr. believing that the standard of democracy have proved,-that Electric Bitters
oud Z. T. Williamn from No. 6 were Welles be uii-.imiiuu.ly elected, should lie placed in his band@ at the Demo- isi the best blood purifier known. $0 18 m r th
t.tgcatic.aonalConvention. which metsd inj It's the supreme remedy for eczema, Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
,testingdelegat-tfri their pre- wichWa m dtionef J. i K isaltyon Juiy tile4th, lte : There- tetter, salt rheum, ulcers boils and capital Of these famous banks.
s' nd miu0ed that the delegate- (i motion of J. J. Sullivan. Mr. fore- be tb
f.died irom thore preciticts be not Johnson was unanimously elected Res .lved, That the delegates elected from | running sores. It stimulates liver,
....wed to vote ou the question eil vice chairman. 'thb convent:atothe sLate convention ats kidneys and bowels, expels poisons, Tih ntw form of Ioliy of Th Mutual Life Insuraince IComany of
p-or:,tr orarzytiZtion. It was niot In eloquent terrin Mr. Parkhill in- tor nio.deleogate to the Democrtic Nationl ps digestion builds up t w York. ichar A M r Prei.l.nt. ro\id
.:r ior Jutt for them to vote whe-n produced Chairman Wellet,. On as- Convention, who will not pledge himself strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by New- ork. Richnrl A. Mc( irl.y, President.
ir ,.;ats were being contested. suminin the gavel Mr. Welles saidl I r tie nomination of ilim Jennn W. A.D'Alemterte, Druggist. Guar- Fir.-t The SECl'RITY if $3I01.844..-,:7 of :;-et-.
: Id. o'lBrien made a point of or- he- had no light of oratory to turn party fur the presidency. oemt e -l A l-Eanteed. I NVSMN
th.,t all dele&ettsc-rtlfie-d by the loose on the coiventl..n; there had After a brief reces. of the conven- NAVAL STORKBl~ MAM Ull. l SI
S. ut ive.coimnittee had a prmnia already been enough tot that; time tion i wa called to order and the hir.I. l...1 L 1 ANTHE IN RE).
*, .right t:iseatQ. was short and ie would not uoniiit report of Chairman O'Brien of the eportned Daily for The News by Extt.idell te-rit ii-i-!:in.-'t' ill c:it-'iof lh|-<..
.,o. It. Jonie- contitelded that the to utiniece--ary or dilatory minotionl. ,ommttee to select delegates was
.-tnon shloeuld be deided t> a vote On u tion ofi J. I1. \augh Dan read ; follows and una nimou e AslyA M. A>tn,,;.tin .:i,.-ui, il,-,r:,t .,, witl,.,,'t ,.\ e,'i ,,t I ; ..:,.v.
e (oti.eirtio Murphy was el.-ctd( ;-inmaieridt c- d pted: aos Liherl imrre-ii r 'ilie-.
"., ^ ^lii',eliti n. arphy ruled,-( ^-,lallit^ sc adopted WW .. ...... ......... V!" 75 H ....................... : IDoti
S a.iri n Parknill ruled that Mr. retav and '. L. May f t e Joui- W ..................... ...... ........ ..ie,: ,
w ri t. I inal. H. c. Ri er- inf te- Pre- and ua rCuonventl n Dele.cater. N........................ 2 F .............. ..... 5 II: ti- ': i : t m I .
I. qie ,tainin wa., li ti m i-Pu-e-d %W Hall of T H : N i.w s,. a.!-istait i Farkhill. J. Fd. t'Brien, M ........................2 25 .1 ...................... 1 41'2 leir fi.'lier ilfininr ii i. : ', '
I it :,-ma-- by l stel Stihe h.iJ.tu. -e.- :etari- l uhb. A\%. A Sil,,u t. J. Ennie lt 'olf, 1................... .e
,Thoi. N.-.. J.l .iVauih,' .J. Ed.O -Brien it .d ,hat a coine- I.. it.i li...-i.,,. BSP RITsTRNTiR-7:', oens. L CE I L COX, General Ag nt,
S.1. J. SillivaIIa littftt-( f seve- ti ,app.o: ited by the .T l' rsire-i. Ju*phJ 1.. .lhinon, / i U L I. 1 J 'I ii '
M .I.i.--- ni.,tiin w:i- tiln 'It etair to -el-ct 2-. deie-gates to to e ,I ;#ti M h- an hy J.C. Tan e t.
In: cI.- -iticovition a1d, '4 d-tle-gate- to M H. i'nHli an. A. H. I-Ali-inbli-rt-, 3 th The Kind You Have AWys t JA I lSONVILLE, A.
n iiti lion of Th i HI:t i::i. ('. I,. tlt cotimgre-sional coniiven"tli.n each M ti.h Bainet. J.. Tan~t .
.rk. il Wa- ,*let,-d t.. iil,,try wlth a ia vte. '-pi row J ..ll CHIPLEY, AGENT,
:;i inl. Jih.tii I. J.'hiin e ..-,. I a a ibh-ti- 'unali. Joib. Uard. .I.
,, i,.-' V,,f,. iiv.-t, t! ..t tie-, tui:,. ~i:t j '..rnl r .r. lin.i-i,- -h, tih ,,ongrPesi I ,:* :CtllB, t .,.nlillltt ininI 'IS- Ii,'. I Tr-t tie- I hEctinii ., a 1... eXin- .3I l-:.i 1'ANir n. in' B P arkhiIl. BIlSS__ IS THE M1AN.
( I i o fT- .1-, H W rig t to n t ;,1. t e n.or Jwr ., I
o.1- ; 1 '1 u l ll ibell i- *:lli t i lat t ctl f t ei ; t, t.H .-el it- I. H.Thiornton. .John Pfrifh.r, C las. H Blii- ig the Peial Welo ri d-
t ,,all t, o a r,..-- tuiil tl,,l ,I of d,.l .Ioz tt.-- t..-' e l. V$ I ti,,ll" w ,,..). -,ennott, W n,.Ia ,,- v rtisesPen a ol:i, lied sitright
,',ilt: ,- rw..t-.nti ', re-'0rt t ;,l. -l nt, *"ele...i-.s ,n ('il]- It'vid' heeltlai, ten. e. u't. vertises en l. e e it ht Inv estimate the Convertible Term Contracts
w.i- ;tlo t. l ni .e--inal n :: \- '.fl rkin-. I. KLadru and deserves you -uplport.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.
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To those living
in malarial districts Tu:ts Pils
are indispensable, they kc,:fe-
system in perfect crder L.-dl -A

an absolute cur::
for sick headache, indige-.tiun
malaria, torpid liver, con-,iita-
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THE MAN WITH THE HOE.
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r id e n.?! 'w :i "" ',, V ," ;
drove aIl. r.i .. ,ii.t ry r. i :h l .i -

"' O' h. l ,.'k :.,'!l.'..t.,l : :;.. "TI ,r, *:
th m an n x;.'ti .:l i'n .: I'. rt :ja:i ..
"'A tbrret.*. r t..- x.' ;.. tel l
Second.
-*Who toe,-n ani lft !.,.wn tLis
brutal Jaw?' nLurie.ur, :ti- tir-t.
"'Wtos was T ; l- ;aud that slant-l
back this brag ,'' sarul the sw -onl.
"'Wbhoae le-atL LiOew out the light
witLf hin h i rala':" (,,ntinuetd the first.
S"Tb-re it ro 1 Lape njore terrible
than this" crtid the second.
*Wltbti the uptlune.s of agent his
fate" exclalmied the first.
'TMat was the last straw. With a
reast of rage' Grumply threw down the
boe and fl*l to the bouse., wilk l-wats
careful to have myI laugh out before I
tted him. He tame Ia'k to the city
with m e. and I understand that the
tro las on the market. his agent bav-
tug orders to a, .pt the tirst offer re-
,etv*d."-I. .trolt F-'r-? 'recs.

Only One Tklm to Do.
"That t-et of autiqiue oak furniture
does iot match the woodwork of the
bowte." i "Well. If you think I'm going to buy
another set (f furniture." he annoutc-
ed. "you ar- itu;staLk-n."
"Why. of .*-'.us' n.4t. ,-a!r." she an-
swea rd. "'T1,- fi:nLiture is all ri:rLt.
but l'ni afraa ,e \\ v ill la%- to get au-
otLer Lous. "- !_.,ag'~ I',ot.

A %seec*.-ful Poet.
M <.Ji;:,e-r i 1 : ii t Il-atn ta tell me
%Vill Jorta s i .:le -a ul his t ii n.-y through
serltll;i. ;. Tr\ V lii th. stuff Le
t;-d to gi r l;l o 't n 4 11. ly r't.
T]hilug.i:iin' I !.:i., v. tl'it ie ,got into
t!.< f:a;a :., : T', I ,. an'l 1,is
r:c'li hi] uhn t *. .! -* it-it..,' t 'a-IheI'.
cut t:r-l ,.' l ;.. : : < '.'t ,1 f it. .o ltie
bIougt.t \\i;IJ. ofT l'ohif. I.n. t 'a l'r- s.

As'nIne- I'! llmiaphy.
"T h .r '. ..-* :. ..it ,:.." i;: l the
anlk* .\. in i t. ... a ;\\;:y :it tih ih' tlt '.-s

Sr l.rIn l rn' -*: '. "It t.i.'. a runt
' a'lit r :,. ,. .: '.. 'uit a zi''Hat soul's
raly -i r< |tr :,'. .\1v he' haw-hbe-
Law: A . 1.:. h .'."--('hica-
go Tril'iun*

('heleen Ilo a 4 re ot So Slow.
('Ltlsea 1I. .!;ia:. .: a. l1 ." i old are

Moth. ; .* : i sxt Il..;'t .day I shall
be .'0 ;t- !.
4'b'l*.a I ... ii.:anria. ihy don't
you tcel.lei:' <> .ur gl,,n'u wiedding?--
Boston a --
< stul lou..
tle--IN, lw 1' ,-,k klnoiw we are to
Lave any ont i. litar:e'r?
ibhe-No. dec-'; 1 hn',un't told her yet.
IIe-Tben cooteal It from he.r as long
as you (Ian. We w tont to make as good
an impression as possible on our guests.
- Type.


'Raw wen.ther.- suggested the first.
"True~." epie bo- other. *And yet
I um r~aw a trinn who, sttepim-d on a
coal bole eoo t'r *e to a turn.' "Ci
-ago P"4.
Calling Down.aPoet.
'M~e lndiann lpee.. w'ho llifihtly sns
"Hie. for The zsinjle nn'l bo for the
m[h:' is r4eIM-ctfu~ll inforined that
the Sat'-hu" Irn't running to any ex-
tent this Sprinug.-ClevelaznJ Pllin

The "o-O.rvitic %gat.
He on- ratk'.-rf rd f ~in tIcsgcap



A da i N..s n t e t.r. r 2. an lh-,r on

lie s: n ti r 4' f r ...r i~. ..i to



n e r. %: n-a' '* '.e x


I .. t an : : ..os r r ,
sor c%,n c(.r4'* tard ui I r., tc wrin a st re
eutt ste gI~m~c lin. L e '' ~kt!.a!t k*.wl, J
it. ru t C C 'T '-I a'' r.
And t b..n v, e.se ra n sd awaY a-vrii.ng very'

Ah.. 1, r .,sl !mar ..f t, .rs'. it uas a sa un
lie man'O.-rarousi d4, ct-!I h~aIt fm Lo irrflh p-r-
'Tie fwt tw-vuee %be tw'ns t rn dcvm. a0 tearing
1W t he h r.- 'r tc fit z"a. cae. ar.1that is s~
he'a gT eO mg.
--chuicgobercord.


IN UNtITEDSTAYES COURT.1
Ilartm Entm eS uit Agalait BmildtaX
and Loan Aqwoclmlon.
ATLANT'A. Arril 14.-'.%-,j ne did
the Interstate EBuiiaing and bean a'o
ciation avert a r- -~'hnfiitht in th4-
-m upericer eourr f knl-0- u tvby. Tor-
In:r t!.p p-tinone-r th veilu' !
('f hii-it, w-k han it w i- :fr v. 1,yva
.,..zin ar bill ita tlia* U ri;,.-I .a: :ruA 't
cu)rz. T. B. Martin ,r a. ri-r. az:
R jnt',r & Cd *r .mid T. L 1, .

N ew mxan &.,rder, I a.-h-- l.4f,.jdazu r. --.t
't',za t-. a':ear t f. r.- hai uSaturiar.
A p ril 2 1 1 2''', t"-. : .w c a e w i a

In tli-e z nt n' a inz -h hear-
2Iiw. the *Ief-taifae1nt. :- ,f.-r- and
a,_- -D -, ir* r ..'' d a n :u .1 ;'-d r in
T h ~ :. :oi -inig.t-*r d i!-:-; m .. f h e



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It :.. t t t ..'. L. i r.. ', m ore
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i. .t the re;i.rd of :i.ajt of the Manor.

Tr.he aera ..e.. fs of horses transport-
ed from England to Afriea as been
4 5 per cent. exclusi;ive of the transport
1-inore, which sunk.
lIte. J. W. Aruy. the well knoth di-
ine. farmeriy of Michi,. gan. Is In New
litrk gett ang up a stable to campaign
rltcutgh the grand iy of ut.
A. T. Wa:d'-s fast pacing mare. Thel-
ia-. -'.2.'.. ty PBen-tactor. is in charge
rB:;n a'ol ra.-."' hr the coming season.
': h exa t,.rice for Flying Fox in
.L,'-r!-,.a -..ony wan $1i.08.75. A
guln, n is $ *. ad. o "d 37.500 were given
fo:- the Lort. ~ bldb makes the sum
-!ated above.
The Praytell Max!ne nmat,.h prellmi-
u'nri-s being se:tlehd. Quakor 'ity borse-
Vitan ar": now ltens','te.d In a proposed
nratch ra'e l; tween P'atsy K. 2:PS.,':
Paul. 2:,7L-:; Maxine. 2:,t'. and Diak
Ma.' 2:14' ..- Horse in1u.


STAGE GLINTS.
I!gly It-.Il l:as agt'u.. into vaudeville
89 a oinD4Ilo",gist.
I-adre Iuish willl g-o starring in the
l,.'3 loi'anld E'redal ain sh e have been

Mary Lur,',ss. wif- of Neil P.urg".s',.
!::- l'1-sol th'rou h!i bankruptcy. S ,;--,
,;Vil o\ *r Sto.-Ni.
I'aul .Ai;l.:;r is playin C('vptain Ah-
<.';tt in t1!0 r'vv: al r" f "'The School
,oi aii tal" in eLonion.lJ .
I s' ,If l!]op:-. r ':i:y l!:;ix'lsonal!t e
1;;I :li)n \V ;ikl," tw T .i. Hl e w ill
i :. t .i.tf't'S i'> I i in; a comui!c
oK ra.
The 'el.y S. hal::. n play for next
. :'-' M :i;':a I .1 '- -ou : s an 'ni'li't*I as the
p .'. wrl '!,1
': 1.,. Wa'nl.,; .1!a,'I,wll <,,ithination
I ill a ',a.it: i., T hroi .';Ih i iet.xt se 'as#on.
.n.. i '- p;.iy ill f'r i te r'p'-rtory.
;.-, t i. y iol il :' :I r.
',:li:u n til e' e 'l.r's quairrel with the
Si ..*t..1,' J-ran"-a;:'l Ins hbeen settled at
!t .t. "I'!:, i e'n ,ll I a-nves hifm free to
m. ev'ir, he pilea -'s ianl gives up Ita
~, t' ) to the I.1. frian's forfeit. .
T1: priuL il *pal lrt in a English
i.,alornmn now betlug written Is a girl
who has coi:n from the Island of .Jcer-
any andl haus t;'oum e Ideotitl d with the
London "fast set." It Is said that the e
c':ar;aa ttr is in-.1:nl'-- l for Mrs. l.ang-
try.


The Jewelry M!' s Arthur wears ng *
Enimpre'..1 Josephine has h-ee'n faithfully
,-opihd frunm tihe original-* still on ex-
l.ilition In wh:t i-4 called the Na-
poleonIic i.ow:I t.'-'i:!"t. carefully
ruar,-4 l at t!'e .oiuv;i-e museum in
Paris.


one 31nn's Wisdom.
L)iX-10i4l you ever get stuck on a
countel-felt bill?
Ifix-No. When I got hold of one. I
Ivave It In nly P(-Wket, nild Uly wife ap-
propriates It.--42hicago News.

No Strawberries Priosided There.
**A%'e Dever get tired of baked apples
at the place where I Ilve.-
"You doa't?"
"No; we know If we did we'd get


Doemn't Need to AVear Long Hair.
Winks -1 can tt 11 a puet the woment
sov 1.;:1..

i,--%r Elie oue.-


Vaclel Pride.
I'le 14);,vpl horse. "I
L,-Nt.r ,I:y at L:i Lu*.,)LiiobIIe. T:iat
I 1:ty Lne oiKa to a char.ze of
ilal-ICII)II!,
Nurth American.
Had to Be Taken Down.
Mr. Bi-uwu tvlls me you
gave his boy a lwat'ug. Dill you?
TOL11tL1Y--4-*011MV I dill. His llaW 90t
Hin a new bicycle an-I a dog.-Indian-
apolls VM-Ss-


J. L BAKER KILLS HIS WIFE.
Walks Up to Her and Sbooto Her With-
out Any Warning.
ATLAVTA, April 14.-Becanoe she had
refused to live with him. James L. Baker
walked into hi-q wife's house -n Kenne-
!saw street last af t-?rnow)n and sh,)t hi-r
thr,)ng+-- the hr-ad. iufl;eting
from which she (',At-(i four hour, la-,,r.
Mr,;. Raker bad st par-dtd fr)ru i-,.r
huband last Saturdal;, and had z-ii,- t,
live with Mrs. 'Mart!ia J. Payne, at
whose hoxLse the tragr-dy rLioe.
Thp inmatt-6 of tau 11(,use w,
per when Baker walke-O into thq)
r0o)lil. There wa.,,; -i4, licti- -aid. aii-i the
shootinir wai (Vn, ,j qni-kly, tlut i; ,
nne rt-aliz,-d vvlijAz htil Lap1wut-d w.1-il
Mrs. Bakor f,11 Iran ht-r (uair ju-rrailly
wounded.
Offic-i-.- w-re and Eaklk-
arreved, tfi--
his wife t-) t,;,- 11"-; iL.J1 wlif-r- ---hr Ili
aI:,,.nt P) '(-I -ok.
Theaffair li.i-i wi-l
hiin-J
0-1 at -ol Oun b-.-a
ban-1, anri al ti.Lt 11-- 1,1-
wif,-- 1) t-,.m f C*f!r!,-- A. :t
V

at hi
"ha, 'Ir !11:7, Il'i
at Pi-vi-n ,,, I I


F vcnT wnrnan in t'-e c,-.,.::;try
oug--t to kLow ab)ut


NOIbCr"S MCFA
Th e vrho 4-, know abo--.t it
w-n-kr how t-,Iev Z(,. a7ong
wi th it has rol)bt c
tv7-r-ri for many a
u 7: Iz has presen-t:41 he-
gr:;-i-- a r -Al ,: a v od h b
sl:fft:7nZ. A ,n cx-t:rnal ":ii;,-
and m"ll
a.;
zl.,:- a-e 'i:.)! to z i..; t I



c all tl f
C (.3 0). V.


kn,),.k-% an
Cfa;:-,,l tr> the govd

A La,
herna;. TrIv
fin, s.x I wa lal-, r
24 t- ;-j A.'ttr u-ing
Nlo"t-r's Frivn,!, my s,-vcnth was
burn -, n 4 huurs. "
Get Mother's Friend at the drug
%ime, SI.00 1*-r k.utri.-.
THE BR4D[XLD RMLIQUTOR CO.
ARMITA, "
our free -'BMjRJt BABY
is DO.LN. I


A. M a AV E R`Y
(Aftesslow so Aemy 0 we-'dfnih. s
IMPORTER AND JOERNR OF


:1? 4ft ov
Iron, Naills, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and 8teamboat Supwies. C,-ok;W
and Heating Moves, Paint. Oils and Window Gl&sa.
aad Tinware and Hounfurni4bing Good.s.
Gans, Pistols and Fishing Taakle.

AGZNT for Birmingham Rolling KL11s Company, Revero Gia1w
Stitched Belting, Northampton Zmery Wheel Coc-pany, Lattin a r,&r..j
Powder Company, Johnson's HalsomIne, Iron Yking and Duck'L4 stvvaa
and Ranges, Ww. Coups 60o.'s Raw Elide Laos Leather. Wasary's Rsady
Mado U&I.Jrq" Colors.

Mmonic Temula, Penvola. Flit.


In Use For Over 30 Years,
P.C ca"TOL-01 compfiev. T? mumnow sy"ItcV. ftew Wo" C,

----------
DR, NOFIL, All I W' Z.
Rcxulau
Strcnqti -
WILL100 EETHIN Makcs Tcz--
;wx &W FAI T (Tccthin A
_g Powdcrs) TEETHINA Rcl;%'; I-
CeStS only 5 CatS at pnggW TroubleseHr -C
W At f
Or rests to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOU IS. V 0.


First National Bank

OV PENSACOLA. FLA.


WX. H. KX0W LES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. K. BYER. J]i
D. G. BRENT.



r Is : 11 nit col lgl!
VI'l i D11161 1:dR 1 B1 -

#'ArWe d7aw our, ;)wu bill-4 tif Vxchanw on Great Bri,.on. 1:0-'3r
germany. Frarwe. Ac-41.ria. Italy, H-41and. Spi:-.-. Ht-iorinm,
wuy. dwedea. Denmark and otLer European conatriei..

EW'Ve.*Ael-3 Diabnrsed upon %be Most Favnrab!4 Tor-na. Prd
Obligations Taken Payable at Fort of Deaziu&uon Ton or FjfteiL
after Vess6i Arrlve4 ,are
SW-Safety Dep4mit Dozes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Rentez4L





McMillan Bros. Co.1


r;-,ht to, rejerct any or all th!d-,


s d aW b0olin for tts


Colimfed MAW No --- 21 in Turpoe Sfill,

&a ** a ad "ft in IN

MOBILE, ALA.


Brittlpia Qurp:iois all other mak#--a-
peanut. eveilanut, pop corn and wal-
Ilut.
IZOSS & CO.'s
WINDOW SCRFENrz.

WINTED.
Wild to key WI Mods of Ucene
hod Forsiters, Norghtedise, Ic.




HINSK LION, BEER!


J. VIDAh) Site Wbolmler

ILSO C131.111 BRAID113 111it IU91TID AID 00119

Pal Janpos aN gr1o 3.rkv Celeiratel Tki lis,
TRf A BOIT11 Of CHIRY TQI1C.
PHONE 1-54. P. 0. Itox Sm
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
rrow. Dplivery to Any Part of the citv.
eW-All orders left at Tho (Mce, Vlds4 & P-4=ltb. will re ca.--*
att-nded to.



Tit 11WS' W11T COL 19 Is


A



for Infants and Children.
Castoria 1,4 a harmless substitute for Casbor Oil.
Drolos and Stpothin%yrup,4. 1i is
=,=s neither Opium, I orphi.-ve viopr other
substance. It detn)y!-4'%Vorvns and ala'ays
it cares Diarrho-a and Wind Colic. It relie-i-o-A
Ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It re-ulate.. tl,..
fitonjach and 134w-elm, giving healthy avail nawral !-jip.
The ChUdren's PanAces-The Motlier*s Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bomc)"'',!,
,.*I Bem the Signature of


DAILY MAR&KEIr BEPOI


OR4!N AVr% PROVISIONS.
';HICAuti. Apr:., 11 f, 6 -S
W-MJLAT-.\Iay
ISSAT-J 12 1 r ........ ....


t;owi-july
4,oLts---eptem
UATS-
UATS---NI&Y
VATS-JuiT ...... ....
VAT&--St I) ef:i*wr
kooiM- X p r: I
.. ...... ... I'm

"Sp.-A p ri I ..... ....
LAJU)O-May ............ 7 10 ....
AND--,.-:Opt*M ber
Atme-April .. .........
ALims-May ............ I 2V/e
ALM-4617 ............ ....


I J. U5
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.271i;
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APHORISMS.
r)nrs of respite are golden days.-
South.
To b.-nr Is to conquer our fate.-
CamplAl.
Ile that sips of many arts drinks of
none.- Fuller.
Who makss quick of the moment Is a
g4mlus of prudence.- 1A rater.
To be proud of learning Is the great-
est Ignorance.-Jeremy Taylor.
Obedience Is the mother of success
and Is wedded to safety.-.1E9cbylujL
To cultivate kindness Is a valuable
part of the business of life.-Johnson.
No man who has once heartily and
wholly laughetl can be altogether and


We will launder your spread!3 for
16 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Lautdry.

No refrieferator on the
market can equal those. sold
by Marston cf Finch. C all
and see what beauties they
are..


F. C.BRFNT


W.M. H K.%()WIEE4.


It P.i.YK


Irreclaimably depraved.-Carlyle. es- DURTFAA Cigars are
.xature tins made wcupation a nee
sity tt) vjs. soeiety makes It a duty. Ahe finest 5 cent smoke.
habit may make it a pleasure.-Capelle. TiT them at D'Alem-
Modern education too often covers berte's.
the tingers with rings and at the same
time cuts the sluews at the wrists.-
Sterling. PROPOSALS VOR POLICE U.%;l-
Defeet to niannem is usually the de- FORMS.
foct tof line riem-eption& Nk--gwnce Kaalpd hidq will hs- rpeciv.,ri hv t!i.- R ar(l
C011103 Of no breediug. but of Nrth.- Of Pliblic t4ftfotv lititil Agmt !-,
for furni-hinit !-umrvifer urilforinit fir tti I
Einerw)n. !i(-"d#-pxrtmpnt. ]lie Roftrfl reseiveb ttie


ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Chinniown. Ran rranc!Aeo. has a free
diSljvDSa1'Y-
is Dow rallsvil in County
lr#-1;,r4I. it gi-oxvs luxuriant] y
atill is sal-I to too **t%,.-i-v as btrong as
t,,.e strungs,.-t toliaro s4old.-
tintv a week, the staff wtivers of Me
nu,.Nian.ai iny aNiinfil, unil#-r the pres-
of tle 4rand lptike Vladimir to
ow proz;-is, or t!,e 114wr war.
The czar attend-, tile 1114*t-
ings.
the c.nlinary --minwroial s-ill-
(-VIA:f. ;wil is jw!,)u an(I forwomen
ni a food in forelgu coun-
tries. it I!; chiltneol ttiqt acid
mnoi, from the oil of wint#-rgreen Is

In Mj.-Innvi the war ha..; revived the
custom of bracelot wearing In honor
of the soldlers. which datpR back to
the vikings. The Moce of Wales, the
Duke of York and many of the younger
members of the royal family are ob-
serving the custom.


Dom ow Tin KiM Vu Nw &*p Bq%

of

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


"YQUI

May objeck to gittin' up'
and building' the fire in
the mornan'. but if you
commence with hAr at,
once you may be able to
overkurn this pro-joodigs.
I regret to ob-;arvp that I
didn't commence ar y
enuff. * It was a
rather cold mornin'when


.~;a~%i4:


I fuat propoied the Wei-
to Be'ay. It wan't w-11
received. and I found
mv:-elf la.vin' )n tho, floor
prfttv.ltuddpnt. I -
I I*d git up and
bill t:ie
Anr%,u-i Ward.


W:11 buiN t!.-- fir,- if
L, i v P 11. r a UA,-; RA N 0 F.
BUSY :i-,.d vou c.iri uitil
bred k f a t i- Bw.-y cau also
-1pepa hallf h,,.,.- a-; the fin-
i-tirted matintly. Simnl.-. -atrikf-d
IlIdtch arAd v(--ur f -, .,*--. ::i f,;.1 OT ot
in nn- i. (I., y ally



0 1 -,-7r iioiv in
Use iii Pensaco"a.


Ranges Set on Trial.

GAS HINGIES $13. c"JUICCI I ;Cc.

Ppmenh fii Co-


Endorsed by all PhYsician-, as the
only Wer abtolutely free fri-,ni adul-
teration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,


R


,TS.


Coppersmiths,,",:


THE ORI(3XNJ L--*m


STv LOM3s


PENSACOLA. OiUA JLVo









THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLQRIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.


Scrofula and



Consumption

People tainted with scrof-
ula very often develop con-
sumption. Anemia, running
of the ear, scaly ruptios,
imperfect digestion, and
enlargement and breaking
down of the glands of the
neck, ar some of the more
prominent of scrofula symp-
ums-are fortrunners of con-
SI- ti Th condition
can be arrested, consumption
pveted and health re-
stored by the early use of


SScoff's Emulsion
Your doctor will tell you so.
At a:: druni'ts; s-< and 9: .
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemsts. New York.


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11o All lov ro-soinlil ft



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:1 nicv Touch of tlwn utv
an :lIto lIt, c'muzzo~nam'.


BRITISH MOVING TO

RELIEVE WEPENER

Boer Force at That Point Is
Being Surrounded.

GENERAL ADVANCE KADE


Troops ZMoving Upon Boer Foreis on
Three tides-oBa.utos Are Watching
Events From Acros% Border-New-s
Expected From Mrfeking.
LONDON. April 14.-The only devel-
opment reported thus far today ii. the
cable dispatches r.n-vived here from
South Africa is the heavy bombardment
of the British trenches at Warrentown,
April 13, bat which resulted in no dam-

From Boer sources it is learned that
General Botha ha. returned from the
fighting lines at Ghlecoe and reports
that Britih have remvinved their camp in
the direction of Eiaudslaagte.
The reasuriug reports from Bloem-
fo nitein have restirtd confidence in Lonu-
dom
Tne afternoon paper- speculate (on the
possiblities of the Bukr commuunds at
Wepener being cut off. This seems pos-
sible. ai forces are moving toward the
to.vu trmin three .ides, while a strong
flr've of Basutos are lost l watching
ev'-itt. frowim 'nart the border.
Ikyvoud the mysterious Ctape Town
himT- regarding the early expectation of
g.,:. new.- about Mafeki:.g. there is Dno
fun.t:.r ;iatormutii n at l:;:ud in coin ti *:i wi;Mi t.it b-luaguered town, whLi.h
imu-t be iu grenit straits.


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lit Timed Accuracy.
A 11131119 ti. 1#t4 tvs9\9W H.1141r:W iou Ire
hcrv. I Ilocp-.3-4011 wiIIwsll y to luinch
Xmsy i~ i-itur- (Qi b.-taink vpouso
much. idear M rs.. lrtiw:w. .if we mivn.
(fTodaulglitt*.m. s Ilo.rt.. N'm-. fwou't that
tImde lightfuml?' Sut-a p:lj'vsaut sur-
[crlsv ffor iiti.!
Sevo-n-l, Trutl!:frul ('ii.-Not a sur-
prise,.. nietlutr. Ywl kim~ow yoti Said
Mr-s. ltcet yeu(I :,&A, Isk u tlunch if
We ouly st~ueI.1ed beng O-ntoughU
At the Club.
"T*1ia'r Si '99991 IiIU 1: V 'Wife VWIll be
it]it.!)..kmiev. rtninrkedl Mr. Hlows-
--i hI-.-ro 1 he .c'r 4. f .1' i s is ob-
14.' -T iuIsl Owl ie 1,arlf!?'.We've let-en over-
ruii \\it 1h Own,.i j la *\ .
luerei! *eixm:I \v tio.ncttcd that
mill jii y female i a us leject to it."-

Still W~oulid Sae It.
so teadlv that lhe -ays L is Ilife Isn~t
V.. imt M,:-. F:Jorlo -9 vsauhe In-
.n :n ii in h. e.'t rwlien
q r 1-:is il~i 1w-or Ua j.a~llall 1110

A IWoman's Iteahom.
'I-:i1air.ls S-0 ILju tmrpma that
~ yr i :,es a i' ect L:is l1't-t.9." po
vi ith 1: 19r miov-il .:idm.n~T'I
N'\-!, Oi-he ,tIs tm::,1 t so~me .-harn(.--
tt-r i I: Ili i. e1(stk i !:, a t.h11!rows It in the
IreX-! .zt Fret-.I'm e''.Z
Sweet Surroviia of P'artingt.
"I!.-9je u c.bizt-r loves m.e" .-iv] the
A- 4"' A oil -: that :,
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(,imtii) s.upM'r and! l-'ih t'howder
Tlhe Frauen-V-rein of the (erman
Il.' et-ran cimr'!i w:1l tnive a gatinmbo
.U,;,per and ti-h ci(:wder ait the Mer-
c 'Intt' hotel ,n Tuesday night,
April IT. at oe clock. Tickets for
..'i ll. eor chowder gre for sale by
:ali i. mbinri ,f the Verein and at the
ler>ih:t ,,Its hotel, price ,'5 cent-.
.1!arston & Finch are
hcadiu/uarters for ham-
mocks, either fine or cheap.
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Nasal
GATARRH
In all Its "ec tbs e I
Ely's Cream Bala
c ear .-co'othetandheals
ihe d.s...--d m.embrane.
It lcrf.s-' -'and ir;'% eq
many a C-1 la t-c L-1
1qalck .
('re-atn Blrm p:a'eA Into the nostrils, spreads
over tie membrane and is alsorbed. Ite..efis im-
mnediateand cure follows. It is not drying-.doe.
not produce sneezin:. Large Size, 60 cents at Dru.;-
gi.-t or by m.ai:; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTUERS. 46 Warren Street. New York.

An Expert Opinion.
"I s t!::;t :i !~ .ostonI :it;ioiur has corn-
pl'etil .-t,:'y cal.'ld *uleavened
li-:;.d.' "'
".Mu-It I. aif';l dry."--Cleveland
[*li;u ; ..;. r.
sive-t fio Hear.
Ihe I ev..- uiu uter tan I can tell


SFie-Piut. ('ar. din't ever stop try-
Ing to tell :,le.-l clltit IFree Prels.


Easter Monday
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Ball OUR


t WO P III S


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2.o(J that will keep an able
bodied man buay nights and days to
wear them out in a year, and for
$3.1;41, some new fancy ca3sir.ere
pants, lapppd

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hRAMORY HLhtLL NAME'S

Chipley Light Infantry.


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

"THE OLD RELIABLE."


chic aMulles,
Choic. Family Brocurigg..




PrrobaLly.


FlIr-t Se: NV 1;v a ro t tf ieD 0on
tthe -I1t- %`[I,,I(, pz .-I trus ill
st. ii! Sq-:l-I L. im l:t thie captain
slisp-ete'il iv ofliving skins.-Types.
oif work, and outdoor Sports.
As tt. %%C] -. Ti ~.nget nail~r, they will Pwon
ArAd a reit i..r 1 take it. as I lock the whole
tlii.. iii' iag,
Fu;r t y..% isI.v hol' d be shurter. wheD-you see
it U! t & 12Ce-
F;h sti k of fun they offer us at which we get
11.V Chance.
--Chicago Record.


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis.
eases.


'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.


O. Box 6.


SOMETHING NEW


e*,EVERY DAY.-
o---AT.P-o


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
T'ophone r a.oo 00.


PANTS !O


Said about 60W pairs of
long legged. st ort legged,
slim, fat. pusey, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
Sments, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
600 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good cassimere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassimere
panta. Some are two.
three anti four dollars a
pair, good worked pants


WE f ae-

buy pants for adver-


gWrPatrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect tisin purpo .es-to SOund
their Immense Stock. 1 t ,


TIME TARTR.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R ATT- OAD.
IN EFFECT JANUARY '7. 19W0.
N A NJ 0 >%'m 1 8


No0. ". .X o. I. o. .
SKI EY CURE I :4 noon :20pin Leave .Penacola .....Arrive 4:1.1>pm 5:0am
9S Il Y 1CURE^ Is 1 2.,:15pii 2,-':50night Arrive .....Flomato.n .... Arrive 2:45 pm -:&.a in
4:12 p in 3:06 am Arrive ...... Mobile ...Arrive 121:6s noon 12:-A night
FOLEY BuffirW S::0pm 7:40 m Arrive Nw Orleann..Arrive 7:56 am 7:45pm
6:t0 pinm :10 am Arrive .. Montgomery... Arrive 19:20 atn 1 9:0:90 pm
S6:50 a m 7:10p m Arrive .... Nashville .... Arrive 2:21 t a m 9:' 0 amin
r money rounded. mbil"tW 12:25 noon a::0:am Arrive .... Louisville .....Arrive V:12 ppm 2:56 a in
4:U6ipm 7-t)6a m Arrive ...Cirnnatt Leave 5:45 pm i ;1X00 p m
rtmedks recognzd by emi- AND
nent physicians as the best for smk'rw &A PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
Kidney and Bladder troubles. o. o o. o.
PRICE 5~o. a1d A.1)0 .ll5nlight 7:iN)am ............ Pen'.acola 11:S0 p in :.' p m
W.v A. iWA L1. It ERTE 12:6fnight 7::*a m ..... Milton, l.;-'1 D i 5:'20!p mI
A. I AJEBERTE. 4:1am 9:25a m I... DeFunlnk Springs :Crt ni 2:' p u min


> Trade-Mark. CLURES
30TOOTIACE, EARACHE
nd NEURALGIi
aIn minute; all druggists or
S lr The TI-Lo Medleal C (.
) '_."' Ifradway, New York.
&-ad for Bookl.t.


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COFFEE, COFFEE.,

Roasting a Specialty.
ITHare rn fried Swans'
Iou'nI flour.' It is the whitest
and swe-fecst on fhe .meri-
can market, in barrels, half;
barrels, 2, pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Delatour's Ginfer
.4le; best Mineral WIaters
on the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
$1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly Reasted
Coffees.
JAS. .II'H UGH,
Wholesale and Retail Gro-
.oar Phonp 10,T.


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7:)0 a mn ll:15a m .. Ma nn ...... ::, p. p Lm:t'fnouon
S.:15 amin 12: noon .... v r Junction .: : )p in 11'.:'i a In
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. ............... .. 7: 25 p in ........ Jackson ville ... a m .... .. ..


TBE (1MI AL WSTUO7IIT DMAI 10513W


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Proi).
AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK HEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLID SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PARITY. AND
LOTS O)F OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE VWIIL NOT PER.11MT
TO MENTION.
Sglo The Largest and Best Selected St"I-k ,f B,.tt:l Wti-ky and
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
LAAloi Azoitt for thp Famou; Pa-tht Milwaukee HeI r. Free D Iliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 41S.


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Teuphlone 1-69.


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL 0.DERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE %
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. I

'. Rooms for Rent by the Day, Wleek or Month. H W I
311, 312 North Tarragona Streat, Opposite Union Oaepot.
0 -Teiephone 68.--0 -II all pI
---.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-- 1 pant- for $;.,- that art, -


Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
4 [RISH VEGETABLES R[CEIffilDAILT. IHOLEN11 All RETAIL.
Hello I'mu Boarding PnanI Foid. ain't. bur will
at th.i e l'eoiiuico. Pesacla.Fltidr
CMICLUTECRS NQLIGH

d ~lyBm Ife tiny Capsules arebupeifor
~ In We nt dmti. ore tI *Ba! m i of Copalba.
10% fma. ubmM11111101111 d u ld hiuaC'bebe .and -Injecton..
I -&7*3. 1' yminrb. o f "%-I44e. 0
p..e u .Teda..They cmeiu4S ho~urs @
tutrn YAmNL104tS. ..loT l Ib! inD duuum w~itout amy 1moan
6,mj. Arawea mieaL z 4.
Ya< e "qom PUILA..I A. vnm L ~ 1


THE


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JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AID BROKERAGE. ** CURE YOURSELF: C O
0 t-u.se Be( fir .11;,t. C o
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING o It.5S,..4 4 h1r,8e cuw.
Ouaease irrltatl,,- .r 1 jch* rat1-,LF
AND TIMBER LANDS a" to (1rtr rn. f n nrnyrarn,.
pUbt Mi r ewr'Oe. Pairol- t, &-Fr. t l,, *trio.
FOR BALE. *; tvjass- C n c. t ,r r .VALDC i flnt,,r
-cm"t.0 isold by El'-gti The B! 11W Town D crit Iert
12 Fir fyyt ITi o? rarer ,
koans Plaed at easonable lates. ... r,,.i
onA r:*. ,.rn..^ ..., .f .J % 'i". r-" s r ll 0a "a.


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cheap. i'e buy good pants,

pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

Some; front pockets, watcl

,pockets, (t. watch your

money pockets nights ir

case your wife wants to see

if she is ,cttinfg half of

your income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


Patr'.iize ,our Pantry, it ptays.


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* THE DAILY NEWS: -PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.


hOC~s $EMS JOTES


loom Mom" fr ~tjrew"WWO d quwy
.shovwrs w4the.. mt4rma to ight. cleartnt
Tuesday: bri*& 1u.leigh V~the..utshift ing tv
0-69uWt w'*fmini. JIarsmunmteumpevatu rs ester-
vid4, #;SP degrov.; muumumtn1&0a24 hours. 62.
Mitat, lo-pie LeBaron left to-day
for Atmore, Ala.
There wiii be a meeting of No.
"Il. K. .,f L.. t.-uig:nt.
Misti Fat.i.jt- E. 0ivter of Molino is
viritlng fri.-iocs here this we~ek.. I
J. J. Mcda~kill of Freeport regis-
tered at Lti~rk-cia~mwta yesterday.
M1rc- R. B. Kiwe sill leave to-
night fur her hvm.-, Ligonier. Ind.
Hou. .J. Ed. (YBrien left on the
12.45 train -)-day ior Wash~ington.
J. W. Croft of Omaha. Ntb.. at-
rived at tne Mt-rchauttr ttii- uiuruniig.
Chief Bsak.- te?-ted the newly pui-
itig.
C. Y. f..X FrklariA. Ala
daty.
T. D. W I Ce i. i; :-Y w3-u anuivig


Ucon. Bruce "ofI I~gd id wai' amii.Or
Gay.
Murrasy i.d Mfuck wi," naake '.-u


bureau-, tw-- t)LAf t"~. -w uire.&Aj-
is few day!-.

and her trePut.,lvrqe- it fq.-i a
house to- niatizt.


There were thirty
Mayor Hialiard ttjii
the flaue amounted t,


cs-'-- bef.'re


The B.iti-h steam-hip Tre-illian
arrived yesterday trunt i:. Vin.ceut,
consigned to the Gulf Lan*it Co.
Mr. Carson of Atlanta, agent for
the Wheeler & Wilsou sewing mna-
chine, is a guest at the Micms Louse.
Messrs. R A. Goldsmith and Pat
Rogers arrived at quibrantine yester-
day on the steamship Torino from
Havana.
The American schooner R. W.
Hopkins, after being fumigated ana
disinfected, sailed ttisi morning fur
Apalachicola.
Work of laying cement walks
through the Plazat was commenced
this morning atid will be rushed
through a- soon as p ,-sible.
TLere will be a special dummy
to-night for tl.e benelf- of the rei--
dents of the reservation who de-ire
to attend theChipley Ligr t Iufa ,try
Easter bail.
The sm:cek L.ttie H i-kin- i- in
from the atmnpper baniki. with 'ntkAi
snapperP. T.I,- I)xite arriv-d thi.-
morning witt: ;inll poutLa- of Spau-
i-h mackerel.
The Terminal company will run a
late train to-niiht lor t:;e conveon-
ience of ti.,-e who wis-. to attend
the Chapley l.izht Infantry ball also
on to-morutiw uight for the theatre
Ane B. iti-h !.teamrhip Ur-u a
Bright. vtich plies be-tween thia-
liort and T'laupico. was relea-ed from
quarantine- to-day and went up to
her berth at 1Muccogee wharf to load
coal.
Dr. M. M<'-Cr*-ary and wife le-ft t,,.
day for Ev.-r.rt-tn. Ali.. where ith-
doct,r o,-- 01i bu-in,--. From th-re
t:e wll 4Ie tIo Monte niery to att-ri.d
the meeti:-, of the state M.di a -u
Siaetv.
Thie clhu,1- of foul du-t which
liled the ~;r itthe pi incipal streets
thismorninz constituted a striking
object lesson in favor of the move-
ment of the medical society for the
sprinklintr ,1 the streets.
The "Old Maids' Convention" at
the opera hous-e next Thursday
night will be one of the quaintest
and most intensely interesctiag en-
tertainmeat- ever enjoyed in Pensa-
cols. You cannot afford to mi-s it.
The large saw ir ill at Mobile. for-
merly belonging to the Sullivan
Timber Co. but now owned by Capt
J. W. Black. was totally destroyed
by Ire Saturday night. The lose is
estimated at 5W0,000, and is partially
covered by insurance.
Storm southeast signal are dis-
layed at Pensacola and Mobil,.
he storm is central near the middle
of the Mississippi valley, trending
eastward, and causing south-south-
east to south winds, shifting to west-
erl, by Tuesday morning. and prob-
abl thunder squalls to-night.
Laurel Hill Gazette: Florala,
Ala., is soon to have a paper. It will
be called the Florala News, and will
be edited and published by Rev. J.
T. Mapole-,. formerly of the Bap:i-t
Herald. He is a newspaper man of
experience and with the help of the
citizens of that place should make
sthe venture a success.
An erroneous impression appears
to be prevalent to the effect that the
annual meeting and banquet of the
Pensacola Chamber of Commeice
would be postponed on account of
the death of the late Clarence
Knowles. The meeting and ban-
quet will take place, as appointed.
at Hotel Ecamnia Wednesday
evening at o'clock.

TY ATLLEN'S FJ T- SE,
A p. iwd.r ti Ibe shaken into th.- -h,'h -
S,,iur t..--t f-irl w..e-lln. no-rvou. and hot. anid
Vet tir. .1 ,'-tlv If y ou hbt%-\ **narttni lfet-
tor ihtit ti,, .-.. lr. AlLen's Foot-Ea,.-. It
- >ots. tb. f t*-1 lid Iuik-- oualkl't 0-aoeT.
4 ur- swoiu-n. eR1t atlm tf-.-t ian rowaing
nasils.. bll..' arnt callous spots. Reltev-.s
corn- hn1 bualin,011 of ail pa:n anld ives re.-t
and e,,ilort Try it t, day. Hold by all
druigidtA ai.d slhe"- ,.tre, for nc-. Trial
psaka.- lI.Ht E. Addr. s. Ail. *n iinm ted.
IlReKy. N..


l',-p-in Peppermint Wafer? aid di-
gesttou. Ask your dealer for them.
J. 1. Stephens has a larte assort-
ment of solid Sterling Silver aud
Roger's KLives. Forka and Sp..or


S ITIM Mi-liems te Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
Public to know of one ooneern in
SAT the land who are not atalid to be
Dr s uf generous to the needy and suffering.
Transit Co The proprietors of Dr. King's New
or ship Western Monarch. 131s. Johnsn. Discovery for Conpumption, Coughs
St Paul de Lends to Pensacola Lumber Co and Colds, have given away over
Nor bk Professor Johnsen. 1.6, Olsen. n ionta te tl
Bristo to order ten million trial bottles of this great
Rue bktn uta.:W. to W L Witic Coaana to tion of knowing it has absolutely
order cured thousands of hopeless cases.
Am sch Halmar. 5.5. Axelsen. C:denas to Asthma. Bronchitis, Hoarseness
master and all diseases of the Throat, Chest!
"ARRI-D. and Langs are surtly cured by it.:
Br s Tr.an.. uk-. : v.ncent to Call on W. A. D'Alemberte, I)rag-j
Guif Tran-sit.o Rtists. and get a free trial bottle.'
-- regular size 50c. and $1. Every'
CLEARED bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.'
Nor bk tolaBIde. B.. Palerson. hy BTars
I'anwody.& Ato for lsakar and t L.-t'is. with F'OR SLEk


4.Iut5ft dea!s and tharsis. 'aaiue at
sri. I'abraonr.&aIld*r.rn&l carem fnr fJon-
I on. 4,017, Lu cori.. IV .bh I- ro-in.';ewe bbis tur-
p~utmI-. ijiks t-'.or phu~phiato. ',ci to~ns
p-h pbate rk..l114 4-) s ft walnut Elumbe-r.
It ;t rtr 'I.atES:31-.7

Hr ., R'dazIS k..-nei.1aei-
N' 'r-. '-fa. 8;.Surnde-rlnnan'1.:.1(Ard:f!
Ana ss-:ijRW if' ::-. ciihi-ri.fo.r -Atp.


AT U:.'aRAN f: % R
Nor"41 -atmi-r.-, 147.1. 1 :n-.n Ca-:rt-u

Vor t, rA, d::,k... ...or .- -nAber

Ocyc. to 'r'l-r

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TILE NIlWPjtLN6'.
V XS L iN POIET
-Nor Allrt :*:-. A41. ~a.Ut,)t 'e rrault
-um~ber
~.Nor 4.i:t--. Ifalv.---n. to ocd-r
I r t-: -..".7 .,: .tu W !5 Kes~ryo
tir Capei~ur, W -i:.V I.;r. to W 45 Kt-y "ur&
fir(ar iu- i~1.to VW :$Keyse2r
br Iorona. X.m. Ba br:'ihzo,'o W S Key--
r C
fHpan Fraucisca. :VV, A rrwu.to Gulf Tran-
%it .00
Ar Roes-flp~d. WIP,. McF'-e. to S 1. o
Hr Ursula niigut,-. 2. Coude. tu (vulf
TruniiLtvt


At a Rargain on Easy Terms.
Sweet Home Farm, situated in the
manufacturirk- village of Alin.
Candy Co., Brittle -tate; T.-rims of
sale: 1' cent- f.,r each guess; the
per-,,n guep-i'g in-arest the valua-
t;on of said property. Proce-ed- to
tb- d.-vr-ted to C .tholic Bazaar lund.
For pzirticulars apply to atrent.
WEST FLA. p1EAM BAKERY.


D aos. B u/atsor 9 0o .,
RW-AT. ESTATE,

Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
Corner (Garden and Palaf.,x Streets.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


Uer Augustt I51. Jaburg. to order
It Angela Accame. *.-2. Baretto, cld for
4 ardiff F
Nor Barosa. Vo. Evensen. to H H Boyer
Nor Concordia. 6, emalverson. cld for WE TAKE ALL WORRY
Rotarau
Vort Emeila Elveras. 77. Goncahes, to off your shown
larsm. Ilunwody & Co manage the renting of your hour,
Nor IndiaS. '7'. Jensen. to Oulf Naval lecting of rent. payment of tax
Stortes.c o. anceand repatri, and everytbtng
Nor Loulse. 101, Lorentsen. eld for Har- nection with the proper careo'yc
wick or property, as conscientiotalM
Kus Louis. ,3. Janseon. LoW 8 Keyser & would youralf. We keep down
Co and see that the houses ar. kept
Nor Merzapore. e175. Johnson. to Baars. condition for which ourerhargkep
lun raedyA tv ea ab'e. We are HEI qL'ATE
.Nur Nora.1-in, Mikke:sea. to Pensacola RENTERS. and append a list of I
Lumber Co sirable dwellings:
Ku srmou. 7-4. Johanesen. to Pensacola s.rable dwellings:
Lunubr t4.o WW. Cor. Iteus and LaRua stre
%ur -m '!d.549.Haumn eld for Rotterdam room .
Nor tl"sarae Puternen. eld f.r Dakar 8. W. Cur. us and oilumnt stre
Ain .lanz it. 7,:*.. Eckvr, to z E haun- No Eat mlth trejt. rooms
do Ea Cu... ... .... ... ...


5' H')ON E',.
Am E;sa A Bay-4. *.1. benson. to master
For,--t Brouk, Br, :7-.,. Mani..<. ard:ff.
.an j ojalmar. .%. AXe-!on. to matter
Am Hatti- H hartuur. -,.*E. Erk.ne. toJno
A Mt-rritt & i o.
I;r Julia kt-lizabetL *,', Sweeting.. to in:is-
ter
hr Polonlce..2. Fl'ostr, toorder
Am Retccca I Mou ton. :2 Cook to order
UP. CLKARIu AND SAILED FOX FEPIt-
SACOLA.
*TKAM8EIPs.
Faltis of ;nversnasid. Hr. ;170'. Hunll March 1I
Lanim-rmniur, Ir, l2.5, Lasceie-r. at Tyne,
Mch 21
Noidpoil. ir.I' l Groenock March '.
Kotiterf id. Itr., i-t. Cox. Cardiff March 12
Kuth, .Nor. :.". at New Castle March 15
41I tcrolt. tir. l';,.C'as ap. Antwerp March 2
Angela LSchlaffine. It. e!d Marteilles Jan -'4
Aeatbhe, Nor. 2,7. lid Atatwerp Iec It
Ada. wSed'. *':. at Table Mav Fe- i:,
Alfrt-do. lt.<7. d 0enoa Feb 17
Ariionts. lIt. i..l sid 4adic March 3:
HolI;va. Nor. v-* sid Moss March -IV
Bertrand. Nor. -44. old L. .r Mare 1ii,
Hanchatto. It,1.44, sid (Carthageta, .lan %3
Chltwftain. Rue. WK. at Itre-lona. Feb 6
Ertrreo. It. ld Iuni i-c
r ritz (4utav. Ru.. .td Runcorn March 7
Fiducia. It. .7, -d Valencia March 1.1
F'abo. It. 5). ald Napales Sept 12, ashore
Nov :, near Port Roval
iulla R., It. 117 id Marseilles March N
Gaetano Casabona. It. llwv, old Genoa
March 9
Kentegern. Nor. 71. sald (.luckstadt March 7
Johan lrgens. Nor. sid Christiansand Nov lo
Jobanne. Nor. sid Tonsburg Dee 9f
Lacaruna. It. 748 id Marseilles Feb2O
Saris Margaretha, Swed. aid Cape brown
March .
Mlchele B. It.Sid Genoa March 24.'
Mareelia. It. bid Hamburg. NovT
Melutone. Rue. W. *old baroness Feb 20
Moate A. It.70. *Id Marseilles March 8
Pioner. etir. 1194. at London March 11
*om.-ro. It. lS., aid Htotterdam March 23
Pieta. It."-. Pld Marseilles March 19
Racbelle P. It. 10i. aid Marseilles Feb -
RIbe. |Jan. 44 at Kabia Jan 04
8 nbad, Nor. 61.o sld London March 2t:
SValuta. Nor. ala Leith Mcb 10
Virinia., It. sld Madetra, reb 32
Willard Mudget.-. *;L, ld idBaharst, R O
Mch 21
A Life and Death eight.


Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester,
Ia.. writing of his almost miraculous
e-cape from death, says: "Exposure
a'ter measles induced serious lung
trouble, which ended in consump
tion I had frequent hemorrhages
and coughed night and day. All my
doctors said I must soon die. Then
I began to use Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption. which com-
pletely cured me. I would not be
without it even if it cost $5 JO a bot-
tle. Hundreds have used it on my
recommendation and all day it never
fail. to cure Throat, Chest and Lians
troubles" Regular size -5c. and
$1.iml. Tril bottles free at W. A.
D'Alemberce's drug store.
GRAND EXCt'RIIOV.


To Mobile and New Orleans Satur
day night. Ap;::l 2,. leaving Union
depot at li):;ht 0 n regular passenger
train. F.re for round trip: Peiasa-
cola to Mobile. $2.5il; Pensacola to
New Orleans. $5 50: from Canton-
menit Salle -- Pensacola. Parties
de-iriug -ie-el'e-r will apply to ticket
aieutt in tii .-. Purchase ticket at
ticket ftit-v. I'i.kets good for five
da. s t :turnti on PIy regular pas-
-ie ger train. o.'r fur:zter informa-
tion aprly to
RoRT.KINo or
P. THOMAS.
Pensacola.

FLY SCREENS.


ilderq, and
es, the col-
es, insur-
i in con-
our houses
y as you
Expenses
i in good
.re rea'on-
:R FIK
a few de-
set, l'o
2 .11 -WIt
7 J:-


^u. -- "L uoYernmfntI1 strtt, O
room s ... .. ..... I 50
No.-- East Churcht treet, 6 rooms. i.'S.,i
No. 331 North DV\illiers str,-ef,'.rooms i1n.1.i
No. 7 North Sorilg strt. 5 roona-., '.AI
No. :il1 West LisRu street, 4 roou s. .'I
Neariouldilng. Fla..6 room .. 1.A0
West Inn-rarity street 4 rooms .... .. J
No. 4="J Nortb Davil stte-t. 4 rooms 7.u
s. W. Cor. Garden and DeVi liers t..
3 room s ........ ... .... ....


HIIGULAI- IliIlI


--FOR--


25 Cents


-AT-


Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
-hort Orders o'romptly Served all Hours
of Day or Night.

Fish and Oysters in All S'yles.


Nick Apostle.


Easter Sale!


We have Rece

Dress Goc

Furn


**


CA683


SPOL POTICES.


Easter Bargains



OHN COr
tq 19 1 f Al 1


* RAGCET STORE.


* *


f We Pride Our-elvePA on Havinz the Grande-t an"ii M.-:
Exquisite Selection in


S Spring and Summer Dress Fabrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Greatest: Ch,.,ie or the Mo-t Celebrated 31Minzufac:tur-


Ladies' Shirt (laists;-
Al-o a Great Variety of


S Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-lade Suits
JIUS'T RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
As UI'ual W' Le i in S tvle. and Price-. 0t:- Mr--
HugheP, tl e He ad lia l inner. well -u-'ain- :-r
Ro+putati,,n ;, a n I'n-to-Date Arti-t. W\ ar-
Crowds I. ;iv- your Orders Early f.r
SYO)'R EA.STER HATS.


SOur Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Becommendationi. Men. Women
and Children are More than Convinced that they
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes a% *he
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & (O.'S
g> TORE.....

Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,
Men's Underwear,
Boys' and Children's Suits---
At Redieulously Low Prices.

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

- We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show W:r.
dows for Prices. Plenty of Good-! Plenty of C;erk- to
Wait on You'
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE.

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


r W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


MAN'FA('TI RERS ANI> IEPAI R.S IN

LUMBER, LATHS,


oft OWNT4 wo f D.



.,&Toby pr %-.ng prop-rc
C Iss-.J.M. Lal ly at H .-n ,I t


,rR.AY1:l' r m myp -
ftio. 06 zray ~itawwt 1.1-
bai'or: V! row',rd f,-r r. t-

4PM(JU V '11,) '10,,1

Inrp -tOD-'A pvt vi !k k

LTOANA AT I IOW EST R
IiTFtFAT (:A% '% T.'A IL
T-40% ED P1W PARTII"-i.,
SEURTIF4 FNY e'.kf I
L' 'M Iis H ER,.4

F YOU WANT T-'o'



H.~IM P -ta-Re A.di..r


,* t.i.' -I r* a

l'..n.&-l. AV.-Lt.
'':tiRr..% --.-'.r


U~. ti t',h at H


Ibo th.CzVYon easy te-rin... '
Real Ketate Agtency. 1,. 11mi.- IA -
gar. :IM' 2- StnthPalate. ,ztre-*.. -

%%ANTE D-Ttire-p soard#.r.. In.,.
wit", and on@-. nie it gUtLerna. ..C
W1 lWest CbaPP lStreet.
W VANTEDt-All ade of@1empty qzua::
SWhIIskY bottlse. G.A. PVaz~ABx.
bovsef
WAXTBD-014 boor b"ee mas Danamaws.


FI..E MAbr V III[--o a~.' I fl, I '%-VI
(J t N If T 1 I p n to, '- *,l 4*
%Vfetk Nera i'4bt.Ldvi Co .. !.-%.

1,avnar: H ipu .Ib" t,-
Mand da-hir in Hitir4 --nw%,i A:.j
Out- ."M ng 'vH*%

wAVE. adKior dergartena.nCoo.-



31 nd sClaer and ('sval Hostr.i..


dei.s pthtrmn i.n gt T^reierncegat. I.

ofC of Pulwaztox and -I is~aisrai
tranceon ackso-an, 7CTersS.00 per m
mhil t.

AL AD Fi~1EMALE 14-Himo % A


lMts' Vioeltttv Nortgio. jW,.. t


phone


SAVED CTPBESS SHINGLES--Kin-Dried Saps Summer lauw


PENSACOLA. FLA.


OAi ri


Lectures


I'NIVBRl ITY OF VIR.INIA
31st Hummer. July 2 to iopt. 1. '** 1 -
pecially hlptul to beginners. toar !-I -i
yor admin4lon to the bar. r-c( I0. .
pract loners who bhave lack-.l iu-Ir .
Sror ('CamtnIrue*iddre"s
Ltaf '.WISi O "t, h .ary,eurslottfalll. *
a loediat


I( "ftEWF ar vmv evsl2 '.
ofNEITHER te emnpts:; *
I*iL LornorIconstnees?
"1 Trosllan w*nll b e r
W sible for debts cntrae%-:
the erew of s ld vessel.

Easter Sale!" "'-- ges


N IPTHERthocapta.r.
nor consig$ osea f t, ,
Alkalls will b" rp...p n..'
ived Our spring Line of Up-to-Date .,---...Wi. t. .-
Verrault Lumber eco.. s.
Ads, Ladies', Misses' and Gents' c"""-
N-llJTHKRl t oepta'n.,,w-,
ishings, Shoes and Slippers. A..- ...- -o, -,
of I for debtse ontract-.
theo"ofo @aid Voeml.


25 Dozen Men's French Neck Hal- 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vest.. :,I-inch Solid and White Duck.
briggan Undershirtsat25cents each; Li-le Thread, our price 25c each or our price....................... llc
Drawers to match. $-.75 dozen. i Yard-Wide Se-a I-land Cotton
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or colored d 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at........................... 5c
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price .-"oc. each : I Yard-Wide Fitchiville Hiach-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. ed, made by Ln-darle (..
30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 I)ozen Fancy and White Silk while it lasts............... 7'12c
briggan or Fancy Underehirts, nice Pleated Bosom Shirts. our price $1 NI: Piete- Lat-est C(licto at....... 4c
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all cises. -Caie Palhui-. iirh
match. 1W e carry the largest line of Men 1- V ra t.u. ( n. .h.dm*
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt, in te City Varra .................
Balbriggan Urdershirts at 50 cents; at the Lowest Prire-. Jui-t r-eived a full line of Skirts
Drawers to match. 36-inch Spring Percale-, our and Shirt Wait: : ,o.ir ;p .i-- are the
10) Dozen Ladies' Sleevele-s Ve.tQ price.............................. ic lowest.
at o!d price. 6 for 25 cents, or 4-)c 33-inch V\ry Sheer White Lawn. Parai- a .d (I :!):iL;i- ;tt 11. T75.
dozen: em broidered neck. our pri-T ...... ................ .c $1 ) r and $1 2 .-'*
175 Dozen Ladie--' Mia-ns' and 27-inch I.heck Natusook. our Ladife Iiriep-wnt Par;.-,,!. in
Children' Sletv-less Ve-t-, with price ........................... '. late-t -hades at *1.7- a .rd >". ).
Tare Neck. 3 for 25c or .K95c doz-n. :;,-inch V% ite and olir,,l All the lati--t, -r3 '- t 1. Lie-' and
25 Do'zn L ,lie,' Sleeve-|gs Vett-, Pique. nnr pricev.............. loc ('hildr-n's Mtraw Hat- :;.d: SatlorA;
with -ilk Tape Neck. 2 for 25c or .1' irh WVhite Corde-d Pilue. our also i rolls N,-w S;Iri:;. .Mat:n:,g
$1.36 dozen. I ric- ... ................ ....... c 1. at 12'... 1. and 211c. ;.-r ytr t.


Remember the Place,


W. L. Watlleh & 'q.
Coflsa hn-#es.


'61 ... SF
(a; ..


NXIiTHKK t too- aptaen.r-u"
nor conmignoeislot the.
i'e-raa~ore wiil h-
dooibie for debt COL,,
the Go~w of maid Yese.




Ad by the croew of a.(l %..
To ordri.r.A A'sif F


-105 S. Palafox Street,


1-10cUSMO


GEO. A. PETERSON.
Ieal-r ini
BieyIs aid Bipyel Su"'I'ie-
A e.-it for ) amr bl-r.f;1.v.I ( %i:. Ii i
Mik'vcys-. nix ye-ar. ex;>-r.-r. -
pairing of kiiccie--. tn-n l'.
"ypv-wrlters.<,un l-.t,. K-y. .,
nit any lock. Etc.
12 West Romana Street.


EASTERR


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


w lee I& -:e


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Creation Date: April 16, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 16. 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 82.


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


MINERS ARE AT


MERCY OF FLAMES

* i- ol F l noners In a

q ALDi"A' 1N-, C'.'l .

. "CT-UAD ALL .NAIT


, ,. i t ,


-' ",r.," I t lll Io H '
Si.. I .. II fe n Hm r-

Y, l, Tha i ill


i+ n 't"




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t 1i 1 \1 1. l tr, l, I '
i o .i m WlfrWtm ) 'ru-





*:. the Pfttsburg. t'inrh anu
... ; nv11y r, l. It swued th,.
'.rl t ',ltl atl ia u
11 n,11(4a1d Gvers. who forced hi..
.... vthrongih the mnoke. amud that
n.m tilremain in the mine
r w,,uld not attempt t4)daLh
,..+ .l;ol T .iO'- [.









1o0l Miners trlke.
*:. :a r. April 14.-The Thistle

orvihll mal unnn, operated by
a.lt '*'*k oI al mip-i ti.ny, ne&r thi-
-. lto o-d. Three hundred mln
r' u k. demandingl that fomr ani i
w'hi have. ot diharlged be rousu-
The strik i, very orderly. The
hav. .b#n give notion to returu-
St, day ,,r roanmve tilr towol. aid


'r AtIi. Kv.. April 14.-Thrte
-* -i-t a f t11 l ro sm..pthion tof mlin-
;.rati,,ons in the western Kentucky
.,i- within in a -hrt time. Th, Iop
*r- awlt miners have greo to ment
vt Tue-da y tdi a-uks their griev-
seroo have hL-.n dischayrgd be rein-





The uke fl i or iery orderly. Thun
I- hai.- toree (riven iti4' to return
t jolayt oor robvi their tools ad









hi" taoLipa n o' t4- alut ihn' In. i
"liner, X .,yetar. lo Work.












t diim ade.tThe urwd lli
iAi, CIT. i.. April 4-T.-A api T
h; t f tlre parationiion to advanic-







.int' in adt. Thuritday To et Lo
r.itd win-r a hane agrreed t o mentot












*-' in othe day to o'be'uin the iarc tri
ho heflaltel oanrisouncer o elr "lun-
: 'hi .tand m mounted i fantry i










dechingtroo fro hi
ary for that purpose.

Pal-s EIxpewilion.
',. April 16.-At is etie atodw

people vi-ited the exp,)-


'It a LdRard oa barmblin- Deon

%aariday Nilht-Fifieen Artweed.
in Daw of the po iceto adforce

a ,.olorpd gambling den onu
.. uilemard street, run by Al-
H' ro-. Sturdy night and fif-'
'' .,e dayte therein were arrested.
police court this morning

w+r# tined as follows: Albert
k+.,per, was fined $100. Oe.'
S-.,dHenry. The Payne. Sam Polu-
itck G eullyn. S. L. Willia be
P otyr Alfred Cook, Adin Cape
S: atd tie Free T tlora Th ord
S will have Kian ampl Fr:nkce to

Will Hill and GJe,. DixonU
S.1 .D linw o to, be coiinrtunlatiod
kll_ t detaching troop-d from hail
S thatmy for that purpose.rkwi
Part EzpTooiion














S-. April 16 -It is etndint rled
*:1'. yesterday.


























14. 11Mt'.


17. block 21 East Kinz tract. west of
T P. K. ,ui,.r- and (U. C. YonLge.- Jr..
tru-t-e-. to V Wim Fish*or-Lot- 17 to
"2:. bl ,-k 3 D1 1n -l-,n tract--i(1n>.
J ,nm4- K to. n aid wife to Jaine-
Hu.lht-. J -L at- 11, 12 and 13.. L-rt
,-i l,,, 14 2'- and 29. block 44, W\ater
fr- u ,-f .,
V M Fulcher and wife to) M. H.
Mas''Sall--Blcek lo4 in West ,Ki- 1
tr.( t -f4 M).
NIM \V. 1r-h ill t" Mrs. A. Mo.,,-
W\--t : t ... block lo4, ,West, Kin
r ct-$2",'.
1. WV Mar-hill to, Mr.. S. A. Vil-
J1in4--Ea-t of block 14. \,W.-:
l 'i: tract--$ .'.'i.
A. IH \' ;at-r- to Viriinia J. Me-
( .il- .,- uthl .' .f lot 6 anu -:,-t lt 5. block Easit Kinx
tir,' 7-A$ 0.
EWiyi r". WrI.'lt. to John I.(',vy
L- t -4 ",:,,t i, 2.3, bl. ck 3.;, Na-t
K ,' L" ,, : -Si.
B{ tianilln Hli'toii to I) n: h1-i-er
l{...--I: 17. iork 4:3, West Ki.e
t.act--s;")
John ('.. Alice K. anid Jennie 1).
I .w hy ( onii --i., er to) H. H.
Tl'!u.rt.'.. n- '. iiit-re-t in so itlh 6-11
f.-., lt !". oluck 5. Hel-imout tract

I-. M' 1 'Mi; l n t A. L. ,.-C'.-
ki *'. I .t r.-t ii lalI t ot i lthie M h -
+*-: .r.inlt i,: PitrI' Hait r.- C'ree k-- .i.,
.r otii A. McMil an. M .ryv M-. 'lIar-
:: :t i aid huib.itid to A. L. McCa --
K -.; -. intere-t 1:1 ab ',- property
--1-on
F:. ). Saltmar-h individually and
a- tru-te and wife to L. & N. R. II.
,o.--Lot, ;-20 and 3t21. Old City-$1.
Florence. Mae and H. 0(. Aiason to
Eulalie I)iv--nport-90 by 200 feet of
lot 2 in Mary Jacksou property, Don-
elson tract--t5.
Tho-. R. Godfrev and wife to W.
D. Hill- NW 4; of ne '4. sec 26. tp 1
!. 31 w-$44i0.
Win. Fi.ti.-r and wife to Win. A
Bloumtt- 1-12 part of block 143 and of
lots I and 2, block 142, Maxent tract
-$1.
Amnelia Malachi to George Ma
lachli--Ix!2o feet and 35x120 feet in
block 3:3. Ea.-t King Tract-81.
Jatne-. M. Harvey to Jolin C. Mor-
ri---E -t -2 feet o4: lot 13, block 4:).
E,-tt Kin-, 'ract-- F. L.anallv at.d wife- to C. L.Shinet
-PWar: of lot -,:O. Ild City-$1.
C(. L Sthin,- to Mrs. Fannie Lang-
ley-Sailn' property ai above-$1.
Emily (' Siitl th to Mary C. Kov
,-r-Ali iite-r-. int n bl,,ock A, i, F
and (. Maxenit Tract-$:3>5.

Y -.M I L
R-zultir -,ir ni-mntlthl.v Ieetint,
Tuo.-+'ly +ve-nin., April ITth, at s
* ",' ,Jck.

Sir Thomnae Lipton
\\.i-. and i-. a typical Irlshinrin and
a g-*nmitniue -i ort-tiirin, but ie i -< ul-o
t celebrated i nuf:tacturer of chlioih..
.za'tronioil iidtlainties. and a noted
('oiiiits -ur a nd i il porter of fine teas
:tiat t ii'.' -to.(,sinlo ffii!n i-4 throilu h-
out th" Civil!7-d world. JaeCoby, the
w.li-known ro-er, hia- ju-t received(
,t hr.- c>n(et-iiTiliit of Siir Thi ini t-
-el-hbr:itted tea-, and cordially in-
vite.- the Iov.-r-c of gtood tea to visit
.i- paco- titIl iinspect mid 'et thetiin.
He ha- also, jut received full lines
of Bremneri'. celebrated Cakes, (ra-
haim (rackers. Chee e Bi-scuit. Oat-
Tlealt'racker, etc.: Dod,-aon-Braun
Manufacturing (o's famifous Jel.ies,


SERIOUS TROUBLE ON


KNOXVILLE DIVISION

Wires Cut and Traffic Par-

tially Suspended.

STRIKERS GAIN STRENGTH

3Men \hoT r'k Their Place. .oGo O(ut.
lIriilillh iiid .tlanta Divl-iion i Suf.
f"r 'i-',or I omt1;i ni' of Vir'os-ioailw%1y
oE)tli i.l,' "oii s of ?it l ttlohn.
C iTn T, ;, ;..\rr! ', .-A' i f.U'ial
1 :. i: ;--'. to : *. -' ri: inu '. r ,i
;hi I ;,T. ;:, ivy A 1. t:1:w ,.el if
': .'.** r 1 Pl...:Wh!Vw T -l- traiph,.rs ita
11 F oi-' : t';,; t.oit i ,;iit i. -t! tIti'iln i>
nt"': ht a; taat n ;e ;l -y !,10>J ,irate, r.-
a+ ,utt **:i tie Sio,.'Lh *." y.yte.:m The


be*=Mtng .t xtetit is tbe jpiaras co tMe
stoc~kho~lders~ to !-teoadilv illo'riao it!, ca-
parity. It will have 132 kloia to vi
with.
Tite plant will manufacturt- lolaidlF au-l
giaghamas. Yarn il~il toe tbtait-dtolfr om
thoakgli- and Phonix unlL4. ThE l.planit
will bcoxin oix-ratuion in;ile-ak-f a uoiutli.

TRUE BILLS ARE RETURNED.
(iranel .1 tr3' udlet-. Ihi ectiv.e-4Ia&UtiP3
and B 1radl1ey.


GREAT EXPOSITION


OPENED TO WORLD

Most Favorable Weather Con-
ditions Marked Occasion.

A UWIM "Tfl % wrvvzr ^'i n 9 D 'O


ATL.ANTA, April 14.-As a r1.4.,11"tof (I*,- A EINCAiN VVIW OF FAIR


vt*1-pcjk-tucitO of tho e v~t-raul 1'li.. .111,-. tfor
o')flompllt in lte ,mwr':i, or court t t li.- we-k.
tilt' Fiit ~r a~tmu idjury has o un-.Itru'
bill'- f t -ffotUO'tilkeint dgnlill-.t I t tvnI' 0'



a.i.1 aho 'p-,v in Wlhichrbth llo.h ""


With a a! hisoftl1o. Initli'- Fitzial' 1 h1.
111111 ta., I a, lit, -- l:11-1'-dtl ltthaz ll --
oourtol. -'ur'rtondnlr'l t4)t hs-*a'' t.JuQ1,.
L.n,,o)kiia ;X'--ol -fiv- o11 1.- int0.0. tol---at


-'r- artr epl '.'ally enij ii ,edtl a per- :3.1.a .
..a n.o servicee of any kim. Mr. Still- IMPROVING THE SHAMROCK.
w 1 .V'.-.. th,'- ub.:al:-? of rjlortr, tfron -
ti I)rd.r tof lahlwavy T-l,-]-"jthL-r-. pe- ( captaini M la'ioore Decline* I ornillooi
rati..rs att Atlanta., irmiungihai, Annis- Vaindierltll's Gienorotn. Otller.
ton, Tu*:Aul, o., A-shetville. Columbia. LoNI'Jo, April L.-Desigtner 1F.'f i.
haivill,. Greensboro, N. C.. Knoxville, busy itking plans for iniprovi4 the
Midoll,>loeslro, Ky., an:d other places ,
claiming that the trikf- is progressing Shamrnik. lie has had a testing tank
satu'facturily. Stillwell insists that the fitted up, various models are il-ing trial
re.rts sent by wire and long distance and th- results are <'arefullv talulatred
telephone sheow that the strike is grow- to enable him to redraft the lines of the
ing rapidly and that more operators are defeated cup challenger. It is said that
joining the strikers every day. Fife has a free hand in making any al.
The Southern railway officials this terations he may see fit.
morning sate that last night the wire! Captain Sycamore, who has been re-
were eut on the Memphis, Knoxville taiued for the command of the Distant
and Atlanta divisions of the Southern Shore, though that yacht is not likely tos
railway and that there is coniderable he fitted out this season, has refined
interference with the operation of trains, Oorselius Vanderbilt's offer to command
especially on the Knoxville division. his new 70-footer now building at the
The passenger train frsm Washington Herrecshoff. It is .said that Sycamore's
due here at N:40 o'clock this morning! declination is due to his desire to tak,
was annulled on account of the trouble part in the important contest to be sailed
on the Asheville division and will not in l901.
arrive until 5:50 ,Wo'clock ttoight. ... .....
The l time this morning, indicating that tie TA.LLAIIASSLEE, April 14.-There ha,.
Birniinghan. division has not been a se just been discovered near th, O.-klocko-
ous.ly distui-bd. net river, 14 miles we-t of this cirv.
Force' of lIu'tmien were sut outit from -


this city over the various divisions and
Th, Souther railway officials are taking
st 'ut their wire-s or otherwise interfered
wi!h the trattfi' of the system.
Their claim i- made here by representa-
iv'-s of the t)rtl:,r of Railway Tolegm-
pL'rs that tbh lo-s to the Southern rail-
wav in perihalsle freights tlince the
strike already am. nuts to 3o ),003.

TROUBLE NEAR RALEIGH.
in~ilroud Of1I ielahl- AI.ppeal to ..herinl to
i'rotect Property.
I1 i.;::ui. April 14.-Th- strike of the
tel.-,gn:aphbers is growingg ii thi- se,rionu.
vy ioffti-iu rn ni county exc-pt the
0uNe h*re ir. l ,.-,Id. The operators at
Anulurn, G(arnir iand MMorrisville joined
th,' srikers lst night, and this iMorning
toh railrod aliutholethies appealed t) the
-lo-rit0of th.r- county for protection of
its interestsat thee and other stations in
th.e county. They were informed that
the sheriff could ,lo4 nothing except oni
warrmut.
W%'res ea.t if his t-it in the vicinity
It.


Jaml'. iCKies. e:c ; Nationai lBis- of ilh.ina \re- iut lu^ cuit Co, 'Cheose Straw Cracker -
Meal. etc.: Kennedy's Biscuits and All Trains Are Movinx.
Wafrs:. Wurzen Biscuit Mauufa.- Rl:tnns.HAM. Al.. April 14.-Of-cials
tory's Vanilla Wafers ,(erman);
Anter's Gerntnan Golden Seal Egg of th,' Southv-rn and Alabama (Great
Nudeln: Arcadia Packing Co-'. Southern railroads state this morning
Evaporated Apples, Peachesandoth- that they are moving all trainson ached-
,*r fruits A small lot of those fineO!- ul- time and that tiall congested freight
ives in 10-cent bottles i- still in stock., halu.- len move. While all the striking
Fhe "Little Gi:uat" Coffee Roaster telvgraphers' places have not been filled,
is still on deck. running day and sufficient operators have been secured to
uistt at the rate of a mile a minute, handle all trains and the officials expect
to fill constantly increasing orders that in a few days all signs o.f the strike
for flue Coffee-'. Those who have will have disappeared. On the other
not recently visited Jacoby's should hand the strikers claim that they are
not fail to go and in-pect his enor- gaining strength daily and that their( of
touts stock of everything in the the business college students sent out toi
shape of eatables and food product- take strikers' places on the Alabama
displayed in profusion In every de- Great Southern have returned to Bir-
partinent of the establishment. mingham and reported at strikers' head-


Destructive Fire In Georglana.
G( i iaua was visited Friday night by the
largest fire in the hito,,ry of tla townI
The tire originated in the #steam milli
and ginnery of A. B. Windham Froom
the mill the fire spread across the street
Snth too the warehoium- of A. I Palmter
O )n the east ,id' it reached an uwcx-'u-
pied storoS behlnging to Windliamn. Thi n1
the hbacksnmith andu wjod-hop of liil
.-a.lev wa. dostrtyv(d N,-xt came thi
.h-ip ,,f R. B. Mill-,. Noni of the lourn-.,i
i.l, iti-tvy wa- in-nroil. e xept the mil,
<'rlo- I.tmagedt t'.I>RTiO.,',. .';i -A idl !; ; -Th-r,


Ic -III, tJLJIa t no- ta -, .',-' -u-'it'll Nvnaioi-ur oo4 rtali'


Mi s; :.* A ,'I.t*. N, i % .* : .

M1 achtl to (II Mt I1 *,hi--
"'* : am0 lh ,ck ;;" >. F'-i-t K I: g
Sr and w f.- to N.' :C;ti
I . -t k li,'. New (ii: -
I .l toH-n to H Tu ,.r-k'-
.;; lot l ;. :ill ,,.: I -
:. I : -. l' lotk "l. E .-tI
S, w .-t ot 'Tai ra 'tina
I .i,;l.y to Huckner ('!4 ;'-
''-t in the- J. M ir:iii

*r a: d wife to Dornt A.
S 1.'': I block 12:. New

o I).w to i. H. T 'ort.-
S' :" -' I: -,' 'h I1 feet. 1t:
S lmn tit tract-o2.
I,- .tond wife to uigene Ar-
S .itr-. in nortlielt-t 'ortit r of
11.Av ry and wife to Jii.son
" -- ,'uti lot 16 and all U ':


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CELEBRATED ~


cur


B I 'SL'


OMAC


I v. iot-1r sm ,,d


v o% a r t ,
b, u-'J.' g*u et
thle e- :t Uatrr.


quarters. _.-..-.
'CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH
Ilious ( caught Fire and Were Hloanted


In iMother'- Ab-enve.
S.AVANNAit. April 14. T'ire- negro
chil'rt-n of Mary Williain. were burned
toi death lai.t night in a hi -;:t- .-ar h-ere.
Thie monrlthir lo ft th'- umi '.t: in theI house
anil we-ut t4o %i-I. her ipir'nt- ( Tlhro'c
wa. no light in thI b.,u-., lbut it i.
tl. 'ught that the- old;'-t child 2 years of
;:C-'. i1u111il a ti bx 1of ii'.tohes aindl whilo,
pilayiingr wirt t -n. t th i'ilus. otn time.
LA.X.N.stlitaI 'e ;'tlll<' to i laIt oo save athe lit-
t* n, .g'o-' w-h.i wo-r' i ;w:v ronastaing.
!,erlous Aa'ldent.
1::; w it-'II a F. Al'.. April 14.-A se.
rp.f. .' ** .*t* i.' ] mr-c l l ola S u htaerai
r.,,' I ul '-A- t -f h-r.-. W Lile' the,
', *"' :;:ht \w, ln, 'rin;g thl -tatioin.
r. a,- ,;,n wa - a nz from t nl

,,*" i:" ;;" ttI fi. 1i. whl rn .h,> wa-.
n Ill i I t t "'-w ir r i u T !I i i oili'. II- i- s'r
o, ;-! xx r ota I': thro to .-' '. ic~ 'ao


CIRARD MILL IS ORGANIZED.
( apit.il Pild! I p ;indl Ollic lleI ini t O p d 1 ir iio l *i o n 1
(t;i '", '.. Ala Anril +I rI. (;irurn
<* t'U .11 hill ha- tl--n f' r:a;illy" oorK;aitlz,' .
Ti. -t * plAint ht-ro and hIcto-d U. S. Jordu prt---
ili-nt andl P. N. Hill secretary and treas-
ur, r. The p rtesonut stock of the company
i- *7..'Al>, all paid in. The stox-kholders
are all Columbus people. The plant is
located in the old building of the Chat-
utihox.chee knitting mill It has a small


Pec-k TIa'h I;tere-I !is-, ot' It -- '"oh.ai
I tlt c ,L u,. t) Vi e 'i0or.ot -Ai?,trit'a ii
1-:~1Ahl: t. ealolz tlo-ei. I .I Way. .
P k 11! -. A tI ; A' no, Iat.i~
Fi.,a'' .':u 01too w rl Irh wn




Ptit i. \'.. -.!o:riv' a~uir with I.,- pl- t''
i'ag \%t-tIl .Vlv ttaoxwa: I!h,'- ando In. t


',, :it',.,' 'iin 'o f ha \;. o i:'-.iti ,It ii the
; 'i>"- ,t \\ ii, I! t I i, N-l '--10:L uti soai,' ;pit:-,'t i rt ..ir j 'r:i"'vy.
All the p'O.loiic ',I.oli:+'.' ti:anil iitmnber-
1,-.- 'oivate li.ou-'- wr'- do. '..rati l wrth
:r. o, his '! t f..\i -, cLbi-t th ii* rtn .r.
Tha" nteighb.)rho.l of tho' exIosmitlon wvas
'ispe''-ilyv gay with buuting while most
3f thoe pavilious th:nisel'vtos w-re ,ur-
mnountod with flotiti t banners.
Withiu the exp-iut:on grouinits this
morning all was bustle and animation
in a supreme effort to 'lear away all unu-
sightly obstacles in order to) leave an uni -
obstructed rtutd and an external appear.
ance of completeues t to the palaces for


onf exMIMbm rs i~llstniggit, NWItIIbe a
tiet of the quality of I'ur rc!rc(-vntaaln
and will p5Vlti-hice Onl. r~:r of our
ac-hievement 'A."
The following~ is a tabl,- ,f t',.- -xhihig-
ors. whineta-joeaks ukt,,-h ;.t .:rAmeri.

B11a."Ni i'vr.. ,'J:I er-Tioai --.('4R ); IgAly.

A'-r.1.1004: (Ireaa ':viam. *#A): her
--w'h ol'-, r n -mtr.e e v




Am~ci ''p-it's W.- ~'thank

m ~to-. VCt. AIII 11 t.'1- d

.b'JCLCOMM PDLY'DINPOCRATS.



i. pt!a:Po v o ,.%




in'~u !a, :,,' i.-u! i ta ,e, A nu


,11111 o#' -4 oa?. hc 1-u' -.: Arty Jog


le-rI o1 1 iaila j rity of t1!' . it bha
tak -'i up," run-, the artice!*, which LA
firou rhi. p.it oif Willis J. Al'bott, heladf
'ihr l)eini,uoratic literary btu.-au. "-This
I- a mon.st gratifying ta,'." bthe article
continues. "It ludicate ..that should the
)Demni, rtic party, aftu-r nature deliberw-
tlonl. deny to the admiral the nomnjinlatSi
which he A'eeks it may, neverthelei.
count on his hearty co-operation and his
influence iu behalf of its efforts to 004
the evils of the McKinleyvsm by euditf
the reign of Emperor William L."
In commenting on the purport of hit
article, Mr. Abbott sLid:
i "We are naturally delighted at the
prospect of such a distingiubed adqum -
tion to our ranks a Admiral Dewey,
of course we expect the admiral to "'
fair" and accept good o14 DIemiocm t
doctrine of abiding by the result of the
national Democratie convention."

INVITED TO NEW ORLEANS.


WUI- iN itti~lt') ".1 tLV t'.xii'l'tN LOi tt' 00IP (01 Orphans Ask Dewey to Iend ills Pre
the most wonderful pur' veins of ful- ence at the Flower Carnival.
ler's earth ever discovered in the known .
world. This newly found deposit is so Ne:w ORLKAN.s, April 14.-A petition
pure that it loears 100 per cent "virtue." signed by more than 3.0X00 of the city's
It ia mn,,re valuable and more protiktabl be
to hatidle than anyiv oth-r fuller's earth fat handed Admiral Dewey, akig him tobe
deposit yet discovered in Amnierica. Sotnie nlr.DlS w. pF.C, handed Admiral Dewcy, auoking him Co
10 or 12 miles west of the new deposit (CImeri-an Cunmmmairmer ( is-n-ral at tho ?rtls lend his presence to the orphans' flower
thlt arn being operated two fuller's tpi presidential party in its lasauge carnival, which will tle held in New
earth thinep, one -iown as the Wrd p idntial ray
earth mtines one r own as the Ward trongh the grounds. The finishing Orleans the latter part of May. Th.
Sd the other owned by t tandtuche were haily given the ni document is unique in every partic-lar.
ard Oil .),>mupalv." cnt Salle des Fetes. The aspect of the Every signature attached to the petitokm
exposition has materially improved from ais genuine, although some of the littl
HlimphreyAdnmitted to Ball. even that of yesterday, and although ones were obliged to trace their nami
C x'i.. Ix, Ala., April 14. Clare the installation of exhibits has naturally over the lead pencil copy written by the
Hnumphrev. wlho shot and killed Fred undergone little advance the exrtrnail gdrsisters who attended them. Thim
Sherin last -pte was en a effect produncwi by the inceusant labor of .titi,)nn ha. been bound in moroo
Sherring last .ptem r, was gien a the t coule of days is already fine by a enterprising New Orleans la
him-;':s corpus. hearing .-fore Probate and decidedly picturesque. and ton its back it laurs an inacriptin
judig S. L. Fuller, and admitted to bail The unfinished condition of the expo- in mold lettering.
ii thle -num of $2,500. Attorneys for the position on inauguration day is regret- Whoen it is handed the admiral it wi
po'e ,4-ution have appealed from Judge able and piorhaps misleading. be (L encaied in a box made (of Loiaimae
!'ull-r's decision and the case will prob- A Tlcypress. handsoi-lv einb,)msed, also the
ably ,ootme up for hearing the supreme Ab dor Prt Talk. rk f NewOrleanl firm.
court ne-xt week. General Horace Porter, the American The do'cumient will te peentaeod o
-- ---ambassador, after the inaugural cere- Admiral Dewey by Dr. J. Mo3ore dolmi
Cole Plead (aGuiltv. money, in an interview said: iou Saturday, a week from today.
Bo io, April 14.-Charles H. Cole "Tht lvrseut Freneh exposition will -
o April 14. ar le ttaeven greater interest than any Prevention is the beat bridle."
fornie-r president of the (Globe National previous effort made in Paris to display You can prevent sick neis and cure
bank, under indictment for embezzle- before the world the lrodu(ct of the- va- that tir'd feeling and all blood
uient and misapplication of the funds of rious nations. Every government of humors by taking Hood s Sarsapa-
the bank. bah plead guilty in the United any importance is represented and in the rilla.
States district court. way of idght seeing and the gathering of
general information a visit to it will be
Murderer Is Hanged. equal to making a tour of the world. SPAIN'S CLAIM IS DENIED.
"TOOwing to the broad views and the
Tot,.To, April 14.-Henry William public spirit early manifested by Presi- America Will Not (Coneede Her BiSheW
was hanged here today for the murder dent McKinley regarding this enterprise to Islands In Philippine Group.
of J. C. Varcoe, a grocer, whose store and to the liberality of congress in pro- WASHINOTON, April I1. Secretary
he and a man named Mclntosh robbed viding means for organizing a credita- Hay has formally notiftl-d the Madrid
N,.v t* Melntosh was shot and killed. ble and attractive American section, oar nt that
at theli te. country has cured a representation aa
S_____. which will arouse universal interest. u",t acdte to its claim that Sibuts
Without Foundation. The increase in our commerce with i-land and Cagayan ulu. of the Philip-
CI OF April14.-There Europe which will result from a Sys- piano archipelago, belong to Spain.
CIY or MEXico, April 14.-There thematic and extensive display of pro- This action was taken in the light of in-
no truth in the story telegraphed to the ducts will without doubt enlarge our formation in the poesawion of thean-
United States that an Indian has been foreign connections and will repay the' thorities showing that (erumany is tak-
crucified in connection with a passion country many tires for the wise ex- ing a deep interest in the controversy.
play near here. penditures authorized by the govern- It Is likely that the Spanish governumell
Seret._____________ pt. The friendly intercourse which will endeavor to answer the American
Now is the Time Ti taise plaoe betw n wrnminpnt and note. and perhaps, will go s far as to
influential people from all lands will do sulugest arbitration of the claim.
To purify your blood with II good's much. it is trusted, to bring about better It is appreciated by the administrationl
Sarsaparilla. At this season your understanding between the couintri.s that the only reat~son why Spain dedrei
blood is loaded with impuriti-s and foster that good will which is so toi,,, tainl possession of4 th- island it to
which haveaccuinulated during the necessary among nations in securing an so-1 them to a third power, probably
winter and which should lie ex- ers of harmony and peace." Iolmianti. which loought all rthe islade
polled. Hood's Sarsaparillta hils ne- Uuited States Comrmisnion G'.neral mi tli- far (*tL.,t n. aqliuret-l by she
complished thousands of remarkable Ferdinand W. Pec-k -aid: UniteId Staivos.


cures of blo>d disea--es. It is what
the millions take in the sprinltg to,
build up health a.id ward I.tT -i -
n -s.

A NEW 'FIRM.
Me-srs W. E. Mlontroin-ry. fo rnm-
e-rly with W. R. Miller. :and (. W.
Athey, form-erly with W. 1 .Moor-
ian. have formed ;a c(qpirtn,-r-iin
amid will carry Oli tie btu-nlie-. ot
de alinti in fre-l-ha hli itat. roc ri,'-.
V'- etlbl-aI,- poultry and c'iuntry pro,-
.lute. iat41.- Niortfi T:irra-oftn;i .treet.
o[ppo'ite the uniion dtpoit. Po-.s .--
ing youth. enorty amiol iidil-try. oa-
we-ll ua experience, they :ire -tire to,
control a larze -;hare of iTh' bu-ilti-;.
inl that section of th- city. I I-'t


SEE ROSS & CO.
ABOI'T SCRI:E1;NS.

We will soon. receive a(
fine lot of patent I'inl/ow
awnings,o wait for them.
lfar'ston 5- Finch.

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


"-Thf: oxhbiits of the Kro-at Iiat'rxa-
tioinal czprsition iunagurates lv
fleet that the gri-at art8. Wjeit'll( M11idIit
dustrv- (if the prosAnt age will IW ala
sahijevcxueut of heret- of' rv intequji1i~ol't
L *.ftt.-,eioti. At no ottioor P..iilkitr -*,mo1t
Olet, l~liati. 11Th If tiItt W. t.1-141 i:: b

WVhil1-, arbti xr o v rei att-iural'io !"
ii.t Luiong andl t~wt.-nemiroaA. .. to
lonaii:-iz o i811l %% I4 i.ill !..' brulliattit,

t-i~gel.1' their arraniin. n to' Tot `14it.
4 tnr o-r iii-trI:atiui _\ w, -I.I
v-. ilh uh at #v. r ll lir J v L.- i r u'


Amrnrloo,".the Larg.-.t ixhlblt.
TN :2' I -'t.. a-a-. ll*d ]hv
S..:uiitautil.r 4 n *t' i



W..-th~41n plsa-iure b'nt 'or hwad--
t.~ ~ ) '-- tie i ti-rv trip a Ijoottl#e (f
='- ni p -,f a?.;a'itact' flio-t pp'a~-


.* ol,~-~:u~o owh-.r feorina iof -lek
-.. Ir -i'e ini:.ou I lt bt.ttl- '-
oiL-i 1rrruzzi.t.4 Mantifa .uread
bv. ~- C~tllfuriia aFi4 S-v' iiupCop
v ,, ly.


For -r ont.If'ltal reus..n, i. ia ol'eirable
rlhait th ..' is. ulm s -i-nulil r.lijaiu the
Tpropacrty otf the lUi.it .d States.

HANCOCK DEMOCRATS MEET
':elaittor illtonM i I, lndor--edl For VleE
I're"i'isenitial Nominatilorn.
,,\! ...1. i ;' ; I.- ,A D l-nio ratil
:.i .:: .;.- i ..' h r, Pb' day by

.' i tl ......:ify ] .:::'; y 801 t.) adupa
,, r,- 1. o ,4"i". it jg.

't. :i : ii.ar-i- i.t' lr'.,ti r !a,.-,.iolenl

,,n, ebc.,

olioi'.,r I ?;'-, .' :ra ;L'' ;iva t, '1n lohdly
t -u;. tip .-'..l i v I ' I'i r r;cts and
ill- ii s.n w a. i. l ,'vlly a; poswi) d ,!.
it) ('1 tE A COlJI IN ONE DAT
I'ak. I).xativf Brino Ira; .]-' r tfo'1j thi irn twiV If t "' llls g
*' I'. I- w. roV.-'- **% hta. tiure o' achi
oo i. 2.,c.

to-,mebinbr the slate. \ 'd-"-daV
-veninit. April lstth. at s o'cloclk.
rhe Little Folk's nuinstr'-l play at
Clutter',s mnuic hall. Admin-ion 25
cent,: ticx,.tso:o sale at Coe' and
Clutter's.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, L.OftOA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.
. R~ M mI m i H im il m I H


WEAK KIDNEYS ws1nemau- ve1y
an avrakle to t, appear of Bright's Disease.




SPrickly Ash Bitters |

Heals the Kidneys. Cleanses and regulates .
8r the Liver. Strengthens the digestion and .
removes constipated conditions in the Bowels.


IT 01ro MU CICIFS 1% Ot. A SYSTEM TOW.c PAR-E.XCLLM E.

Ric .Oo mF R BOTTLr. OFRARED BT PRICKLY ASS B ITTERS CO.
MSOLD T ALEL *rooUG Ts


3ELALWMTALXX X3*W.. Mpec11 Agjzxte.


V#OOD NEWS MROM AFRICA.
1imm.raaI P-Arve (.prnu -Irn Tat k-of
Pltuatlon -What Tb.o- Deo-A..

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Kansas Quail F'or 4 Onneetlcmt.



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THE GLASS OF FASHION.
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CASTOR I A
F~r Infants and Chi~dren.
The Kind You Have Alwa~s Bcug~t,.
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ST(EPHEN CRANE'S ILLNESS.
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b"'-n take a *,,, -4-af.t~-,(,c4 tr-nv.4

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ruiir cad conimitUe'. ha., aIpr'intpd a
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t-e% B-ank 1-o 7:i.






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E VERY PIKOP


,f rne-icinp that ze in a

r-rtc-clvy ue-'. PLur- drczzintmain a
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a r I-,;I Q.1e. Y. u want t!.e be--t. Li-t
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outi-r neict a W. 1. (iresri A Co..
."-rre Pr~acripti-cin Drnui.ti-t 37 S.
Pitlaf(,x-te.Pioe


HERL'S YOUR CHANCE.
iron. Wov-en Wire and 0 namertal
jenci.'g fo~r All Purpbtet...
I an-,azr-nt hr t.,-. larw'--t inarn-
in the %-aiv ofplain and oryuLino-.al
iron ard wiro Ifor:cain, spit'--. ia-t-i..
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thdt I cAnm~e: up;ply an.d ht iai~u-
ffacIu:f-'r- ric-. o-ro-cte-,i in duribA'p
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E. Government Street.


SNI P (T)PlPULA


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SALOON.


ALIGATOR


( )Z--rii t e I n De-p :.T & .--N ;


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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8OLE AGENTS FOR


P E N-N 1.AN D R YE W HTI:--.-
BROOKH IL SOUR. NMA-H
YELL 'W.STONF RIYF %%*I,.-s
IIAIRY MAlt' WHI-4KY.
ATLANTA BRRWI-NGiCo Nf
CELEBRATED BEER-KF


Chase. H. Turner.


+*ARCHITECT -


--ANI)--


General Contractor,


OPERA HOUSE! A Complete Plumbing Department under the

ONE NIGET CNLY! Management of E. B. Morey.
Monday, April 16th. .., .,A ~ ..)-- 1 -. 1,- r, ,


'Gst Your Mrany's Worth!"
T:.- I;F--: N 1,w ,,f th '%N i-, .
THE WORLI FAMOI'S




r,-* **t-t ',c,: .ow on I Farth.

BLTC -A ND-

30-Ebony Ecstasies-30
In a R-epprt, ire -f ('on Corn]dy.

DIrke-y Fnit. (Cakewlk4. Buck
)D.i:.e- and .Swf-t M, -lidl--.




Tuesday, April 17.

A JOYO'J3 EAST.R HAPPENING'


T an .. ri i:..l-.


Murray

F : --i --i... ::.,-

Finniga


lWA I. r~s--p ~. Caro-fullv t-1.-'-_ i S-. k,:, ': -NT
Ti'hjiiz- acAll Imin1. BaWth Tkub-. &1-- :dH-:e:.1; 1
If.-, Wazer a:. I G[A- Fixture--.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


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


JoPHN F. PFFIFFFR.
I AS H'
M. BUSHNELL.
A sz:T. C. rAS: 1


DIRECTORS:
E. WELLE-. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. 7.-,r.der- & C('.
J. WHITMIRE. JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON OREEN.


General


MORRI-. 1-K'.


Banking Business Tranw.arled.


Mu V jesse!,' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms. xi.
k Change Bought and Sold, CoUectlovn
Liv,-!,r ,.. Promptly Attended To.

n's Ball ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


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f HE HINE ACAR'MY 1WF MUSIC,

M1ISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGGIO. A~ssitant.




0(jlfoitaj'! II'o and 4(//tra ble
/ir'( Ywle(o rI11 1 // (ec(I-f1or
.squ;luiler ul.'(III 0 Afars-
4'i 9 1 J:;'~i. 8(1, 'seiet(-


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-;--i T-


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


The Star Laundrv.


[ PiER MLAi, r f I EST FlORIDi!


-SI I )WI[N(; A 4 *1. EA Ni
EASTERN III



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M7XLEPRO


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
0!E 114. 37 E. GARDEN "
um CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE."'9
WALKER INGRAHAM. Manager.


ESTARTamKsp:I 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

0 D3ALSEU IS o

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
603 AND 605 8. PALAFIOX STREET.


E T7 & OO REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 0.O- C'
II GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & SON'S PUM.-

-1 0192-._ Cam. r, sdap, F al ts. Is, lastical Intmtresits, lafrts, liciarl, i


O0MIFAMES. L300. 3V.
C McKen~zie Qertir. ClztzA::"nt f'110ir P~-P'r.i


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, MONDAY, APRIL 18 1900


meat Action.


11eT 1; 1 14 ld11NTO.' BL DO(NE.

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it. aaioe nttir1 Ur t-soll a .l ts tO lin i os .l
ar twmlit leadrcmm dii- Dotiwaith, ;, tu i\
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X1own the e-xcr-tory- organ- fail to carry ," tjw ve nm1a' r il from the svstemn, there is an abnor.
rr.al acc':tri ation of effete matter which po:sons and clogs the blood, and it becomes sour and acid.
This poison i- carri-d through the general circuiatio: to all parts of the body, and upon reaching
the sk:n surfa, e there is a redness and eruption, and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema,
Tettr, Acne. Sa" Rheum. Psoriasi,, Ervsipelas andl an'iy other skin troubles, mere or les. severe. \
Wiht!e the skin is the seat of irritation, 'h- real di-case is in the blood. Medicated lotions and\
pjw.!ers may alla;v the itching and burning, but never cure, no matter how long and faithfully
Snltinue.l, and the -diti i.t ,oftcra a ra'avatti and akin permanently injured by their use.

The dilscas is wert tian skin deep; e callrc circualfla Is poisoned.

The many preparations of arsenic. ?ercuiry,. pota.'h, ttc., not only do not cure .-kin dtisease'., but .soon ruin the digestion
and break down the constitution.
S S S., nature's own remedy, trade of roots, heirs and harks, of great purifying ar.il tonical properties, quickly and
effectually cures blood and skin troubl.'.-s, bt-caust it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores normal.
health, action to the different organs. cl< .iises and enriches thi' blood, and thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions.
S. S. 8. cures permanently btcauae it leave-, none of the original poison to referment ia the blood and cause a fresh attack.
tIealtlihy bloodis necessary to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful coin-
Stphxion so much desired by all. S. S. S. can -e relied upon with certainty to keep
the Uloo, in; perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half a cen-
tur." ro other medicine can show such a record.
S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals i. purely vegetable and harmless.
O'r ie..ical de-p.artment is in charge of physicians of large experience in treating
1bloo'1 .a.l kin disases,wlho will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and direction all
wh: ,, l-ire it. Write fully and freely about your case; your letters are held in strictest
confidence. We make ao charge whatever for this service. Our book on Blood andi
Sk::: D.seast. v.ill be sent free tu*on apli:ati.,n. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, CA.


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n%-nilwtxxa' aid leenatito oa jl iatlb~andoin-


PERSONALITIES.


CONTRACTS SOON TO BE LET


Io;, to II. ,i Ila 11lihb Mill at an
ta.: y l I)attv.
C ; i -, (.. April 11.-T G Co-
lut IIII- P ,. v 1 **n11'ntlany ;11 ," liuv iat nine
miarn ;' ..- f t:a:mnl in N .rt hi Hihi!atndls,
II.:i;i; in all :11 : t'r, that w ill I*' uw.- 'd
1Yv t!wi }hilth Mainuatmt'turing (omnmny.
T'1e (C'intiiia railway ivha. blitga: th work
ot i:,yinrg i side track to tiht wa-nou off
thit' -'.1t1u iill of the Bilib compiiniiiny.
Th,' 'ontra'et tor grmliing f,'r the new
mill wil i. 1let in a day or two. Plans
for the NI Nteineint hontews to be built by
the coiniauy are nIow being considered.
lPr,'sident E. T. Comenr of the Colum-
luibhus Power cnsuoliny is in the city
and is looking after the details of these
various matters.


Fornier Vice l'res!.ient AdIni E. Ste- HIS WIFE HAS DISAPPEARED.
vencn is about to nake a trip to Ha- Bride of Few Months Leaves Home
wall and the I'hLllpplue IIslaonds. While Husband Is Gone.
An Enclish phy3.4igtomlist findTe in JA'K)Vi.. Fla nApril 14-Jhn
the face of Ge.neral I~ullor thw traits of J Fla., April 1.-John
autho. iwtinsy it e-urismostDurst a young newspaper man, who
caution. obstinacy aii1l eplh-urtsmu most
strongly marked. went to Brunswick a few weeks ago, has
[Howanl Barvlan French has teen returned here to find that his wife, who
elected Ipreslideit of the Philadelphia was staying at the Savannah House, had
College tof iPharrmay. to sut-aeed the disappeared mysteriously. Durst is of
late 'Charl s Ilullo .loah .Jonson laws. the oldest at his delay in returning and went to
alhotgraniber hIn tit, xorhl .has just her parents.at Tanmpa.
photographer lin t Ihi world, has just; Mrs. Durat ran away from home a few
celbt his nl;i.-t.y %-econd birthday months before her marriage and stopped
In ilt,.ion. IH i, t. tll at his work. im this city, where her father found her.
Thet health of <.ini-rail I anmstreet has She is a beautiful young woman and her
bh..in con- l.'rtll*y vxorryinig hi-. frhknds. bhutband hopes that he may recover her.
Iutt h' hatis nw '. ,:i pl..I,.ly r'c.,over,'l Newnan'as New Cotton Mill.
his former go."I o., ,ilil ,n. anil thi ill-
n.is fo hith- rgo..d 'i.i. v <,>rToiik him ai t .ie I- N .rw (;a:., April 14.-The sub-
1n.on. M!i-s.. lhn- i,'ft ntio lta1d ,'ff'cts<. .riptionl b FreimIan W\VSIoilth of lo-'klanll. M,, tinlls havi b-.'n tp n for only a few days
has a alve.r watch h wi.h i-h .e hlats .art- for the 14k.(I0 stick with which it is
rioed .ontinuou.lv f,,r 44 vyars. It i, propl.sed toinlcretatheipreet selt capital
wh,.at is :l, Iln : ls hal1f l.14d cylI-t-. ,f the mills to *glt.OO(X Of the first
iwat is mn il i s :1 alf eil tel t. iain>a-l atni utait atiut $120,000 has al-
r itPa.! aa I p reoiut i..i 'dr t i- .r;'ady..lv I I. ttkein within the past few
l,-al jIt.x c.- n-. a' \-ry ui.u irt.' I :i.- c ,i. ,1 a ,d1 tt is i .Xi '-re-t d that the balan e.
i't'. wijj yilpdly. iUd N*. 2 will .e built
lf the. Brii;shlf o'- i.t itn sli -i;ih .\f- an l ti t i:t ,p ratrin under the present
ri.-a l.orI Ito'elr. I. .:"l nt .-lh,'n',r, maliail:gc I.,rl Io '!n.l.ni l.'. i-i !h atil Ml I..- ful n.*. a large dividlend having but re-
: i l 0. .m e I i ;: ,,l ; .. litr Il ,. .x : lu i ni l t i o n '** >' t l y t .e n i h* v -L ,r l .
.ilt i., ;:il7 -!',, ,.,. :l- :l ,.,! i,. l M 1 ('Crop i D am a eod by H all.
EIV AR I ,'\ >-\Il.T. -I a., Apri.l 14.-Tilia
n l ~vil-ir li hat-. btnai vi-ited by by a -c-vtre
T i 1 o! ," I"' i wAIIll r:.iin lind ll.:l storm The wind
.et al 'lil t, v!-it Si :lPail lland to, i 'p t ;aIs b 'l-w at a fe-arful rate for ston tille.
0, f t., !l .s ; 1 i1 -ti h d Th,,n it nin 'd and htilod. Hail ?ton,.
sa:, n fr lt, lr t::'. It let It be pro.- ias li' ,i rtril , ftll, eidou (1n- ,
s; tf,, t Ite- a r tl. to l ,d,, r.. '.ile danirg,' t,, fruit aind earlv vg-
senttel to th,. sttalhm r St. I'ail liy tht etable.s. After the ihail it rain.ul in
r',silents of the' iity. : heetq.s and a- a co('i m-i Uic- all the Not- I
Lord Srtatlcona. thli rie'hest mian in tornm l:Inl wat u -tierr'd with watnr and
C':annala nnil the ianiu who equipped i few',- wash id awuy.
a liotly of rough rilders fior South Aft- ii. Whliteimb Itiley-s Ila .
r!,'-. l.'ft :n aand tit the age of 20 a-
a Hu,lson HIay companyy el-rk. lhe' I' i ta P Il.'. April 14.-Th! condi-
tnow owns a controlling hk.-k of the '1tion if .JTaims Whitemtb Rile,. who has
fa.iions company's stock. I bien suffering for some time with acom-.
The Inte Congreqmman .lanud of NMis- pilication of grlip and throat trouble, is
sour was. like IPrcie'ssor Aglas-iz. "ai- nmuih improved. He is still confined to,
ways too btl.u te)o make moneyy" and It his home. but will eave in a few days
is understood that the sole hope his for one of the nearby health re*srts.
widow has of piolperly eating for his
children I1 In the plrotits froma his Ili *'
ogr1ohy now twl.ng written. t
Adolphh Monell-Snyre. wIthin two

wyoth a le ntcy of h;.i. has ama.ss-el 1e challenge the world
a fortune in Wall street which places to produce a remedy equal
his nine amtnig those of thle ten rich- e
e,,t tmen In A meicae lie Is only 2 to the matchless ,Mineral
vyerts ol,d. and h!t mother was formerly
of Lexington, Ky. Water for the cure of In-
Two t',nrn-res l.eloiig .g t)o 'rI'esihe'nt .
S..: -,1r .-fhe ..ar:- Fr.ee state are di ston, Dyspepsia and
I,,. i: ,.;;...,t B,!,.i. 4.e Is allorms of Stomach, Bow-
t yt'I't. .i o~e I. i,,i S- lnn-l x with rela- );
,.,. .:1:,1ti ,.,i.tr ii. itait, f'r-I- -el Troubles and Skin Dis-
t;i.'. !t ti lAii.l.i I r.. ; lr says
i,., t..-1... ad: t.h. h, ,,i,.n oa lmon- eases. Guaranteed to cure
t' a" ,!;1. tt-f'.."e x ar :t-. ,ci l- r,. -
or money refunded. Cost
only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
S' ;'it (rean ir a iar-.. ;in :if- ty days.
" .111' ,' f d .a .a \ .'1. A -k uitu de ;iea r
H. -..- For sale by all druth iss;
SDURHAM Cigars have also 11. T. Green Co. 3^


been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells s.
them.
CI-A.S TIA R A.
Bearn the T 3Ix '*3 A Sy 8I. B'Z
S1!-Btfi' if /


THE DEACON.


The: I 1v. I'::.:.,. l:E.lwail C'artr.r h ti-
o r i ;. < i ,i: L l 1.': ::t 1 ;,i h i 1 ;i -
p .inlt i d I it ;;1 i '' ( 'II f t(iLahl t'.l n, S',i' i i A tf-
ri, a.
I'',.-i. i.t |"auin1 e ,f I'.r"\\a ;i 1.n cr-ity
i. Jd liverin' a "II.'1 v 40f L'tIrn : i:1 11 t, .s1
I- ili,, Ns IlIlIIt, I'" I ll ""% a I L e .il a .t
A lb>-e f I the iiihe."
'iThe Rev. lIr. Orello (ni.-, well Lkn:-w
fur hi.- \ ritings int l t ihe i-l f I'..!,lix al
eritiri-.mi. hi.t r ',c'nt!ly l,'ei a.ilev pr,,-
ft. i ---r ,,' hItili'al the,,hlgy at St. Law-
rence' u;.ive:-ity., (anton, N. Y.
The l.v. D)r. F. A. Nibleo. who fo'r -l
years ais owtipietil th ion Park ('ongregatioiitl clthurch. ('hieago,.
has ainntounc,-d his intention of retiring
from native niuiisterial work. Ill health
is given as thi cause for his action.
Bish p Samuel Fallown, Ieformed
Episcopal, of Chit-ago will deliver the
address at the dedication of the Sim-
mions soldiers' monument at Kenosha.
Wis., on Memorial day. He commanded
a brigade of Wisconsin regiments in the
last year of the civil war.
Anton Nik'l.a Sundberg. archbishop of
Swede,.n, hi, died recently, was descend-
IPI frowi tl. old Nora* rac-. In 1SIS65,
when the- gr-:ater part of Karlstadt was
d(etroyed by fire. the bishop took such
an ntlivv part in fighting the flames that
bli won *t. admiration of all.

THE BRITISH LION.
Great Britain k the friend of liberty,
buit only when it gives allegiance to Great
Britain.-l'ittsburg IDispatch.
Professor 4 arrett P. Servi-s alnnotiti'es
that the planet Venus is solid cold. Eng-
land will now get on her otbit.-Halti-
more Amnerican.
Englandul has plaeeid a large order for
flags with a Cintinnati concern. England
is acting very tmuch like a unti,,n that
expects to acquire territory.-Washing-
ton o'u-t.
"I-tre int len %I :, fe,' l ]nn inclination to
g, he has his ti;hting clon"1.i s na11 n1ili a
strontlitts Anglo-Saxon navy waiting for
CeIItin iiient.-Syi. 4l'-Ct' 1'PIt-Standar.id.
T.he Bri.: Ih eiiii. % i\ % ill corle )out of the
vwar with tlie rwIo'rs g:*,atly strengtheln-
ed fas .a iitilitat y p I n:. In modern times
I:ng!awil has alw ys teii extretnely
stro ag .'1 -*:i. blut hTr st-fl gth oin land
w a .s Iila -l'\':hl t-i'l }ilk: ii thIn- 4-4l li!1,; >uco -
tli-t i. s.iitlith Atriti fuin li.-hl ,l '-ul. prwof
that h.r hI. colnis f,,r ,.-i 1,art and
par-el of iher mIairtial furce.- Uottu Her-
ald.
On the Safe Side.
"Why do you call her a Wnw woman?"
"Well. I wouldn't dare call her an old
one."-Philadelphia BuNletin.






-Importers and Dealers in-

Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods, *
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 t1outh Palaf.x street,


Laundry Office


DUNN'S


Acme Beer.
Ir'T'7 TiVIVI. %T' ttY T I V U


J l" l-, ^rr. o r .*-l .i) 1.,
Palafox Street. PE sV I.
OIR ADDRl- Dannheisser Bros.,


0. IV. ILKINSON, AGENTS..
i qn .n!v M Pbrrr ard V m r dW tp


(..YyC .
Greenville. Ala. I u UI au tuU "_t. ,
Mtc1cl S..-Very. A.ter tion To- inonial Fro. Juldge (aiton. The Jug Trade
TI-re will be : r-,.rular In. ,t'ne j.f aiLFh NVII.I.F, Ala Aus 1. I-'9.
hP t.,a,:ic. et cet at -it inMa rf,' tch- Is Our Specialty.= *-
. i -ard of -f 'a t Oath t, C at . \ nll-ral Watt.-. Thi- natur:tl ni m n-ral
o'h. cPr p ao.Tue-'.ay. A;ril 21. <., mt, 1.ty p g.r,,a i knofl idtte-., 1s tlnkt Prompt Delivery and Stti-faction
!n Ih x t'act condition 'in whw'h tist ohtl.i (fuaranteed.
:txit' t'-- artn nx\.''e:a hish water tied. %iti hwandrthti!
f. W. MCMILLA, M. D., .' .'.-p.-a. ,, a. itln e.ton. Dttnn-heitr B D no
President. ,- and for eruptive dieast-ae-. sore- an1 l eisser Bros.,
; lc+-r 'on man and animal-. A-s a remedy
E. 1I I.. rf. D. for the. troubleA. I do not believe it' 411 south h Palafox St..
secretary 25mt t.quatl exists. It is tbigbly reconhmeLded by
pThysicians for a number of disease P ne No. 1:6. P. Box 2sl1
Try TH N 1W.ut Column:n t dt Z ELL GASTO- .
Tr1Jy udge it J of Probate Court, Butler County. Railroad Exchange. Phone 26t.
tO, l, u I Alabama.


S'ATII THkin OisEases
Press.ig Demand -For Govern-Skin diseases


Reittolid.eh#. Hotel Escazubia,
PVAI crnt 'fe


DR.


Wx. C. DEWBERzY.


OFFI0E-Hanash Bros.' Drug 8trn.
RE8IDENOB-400 E. Jackson Stree

Win. H. area, M. D.,

Homeo0athic PiysiciU anf Suriei,
Late of Ocala, l*a..
Offers his professional services to the *11-
sent of Pensecola.
Espeilal attention given to tbh treatment*
of Chronic Uises and Dleses of
Women and Cblldrtn.
Thirty Years Practice In theb outh.
Offloe Hours:-9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. u.
BA denoe Phone No. WI.
Rrinrt-RIount Billding-Rlnm S

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Mnmic Tmple. Pou N3K



To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H.,
)dd Fellows Halln, Warrngton,
Monday, April 23,1900.

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


Cold Weather
Coming. Mend In yo
orders and letus fill your bin before t
cold snap arrives. We will send youe
best coal you can procure for either ballno
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.

iompsoo9, Olseq 0 V o.,
IDealers In

Coal and Wood,
officee and Yard: 8. E. Corner Zarragee
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


PXS A('OL. FLA Cd

. ~,a "


U~IL


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

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


Three Rc~ular

Meals Each Day

25c Eacb.


r..


I


I

1,
-I 4.
"It
V.


''I
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Itt


10W;lD BB30.,


GENERAL INSURANCE
-A-NDI-

Real Estate Agents,
PEN ACOLA., LA.
REP.:I:'NT '!WENTY-TW< OF THE
LE L.,!N(; FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
(*LASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
'URANCR tOMPAvT1C ..

_c:a t.l s of tic Eoultablh
i'f A:Srramcc Soclt of tie

O R nfle f Ot,
JJBMl'lr~lI "F Ste"ll#i. lr


Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.

G 0 GLA Y

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

11. F. GO1NZAULZ A Co., Prop s,
4atitintctu~r-r
CHO)ICE 1m V A tAN!) t t1. 1.LG I"OND
STOCK ]FEDl.
Pittronizo Hi'irn. Inu?1(1.rv. for thioro Is
ev--r- v r -on voti holdd buy y,,.ir Meal and
P-(k F -d from the Himn.. M manufacturer.
frtoy - dol ing 'oil eoura.,e bownp indus-
tr% r-ii-' nw-i-..y!% i.'ft mi!!14- "ommunit
& nd you i.n trnart- arn1ir~rlcvy I.n-fitad
In tn-.*ermz ~th" Itomo, nimag'tturer you
'.nt rib'ute to t h. cati-e of [-ttbr. You owo
at lto fihe-commnhuuity in w tieh you live and
wb'eh eontrihUt#-.. to your bLipport.

FROIES-9IONAL CARDS.

Dr. Mareellu5 me~reary,


WEEKLLY CHEDULIi
0F14 STEAM DIVISION
t"'i;:is lI', A ;ELECTRIC TERMINAL
ItAlI.WAY COMPANY.
T'-aa.'. l-avo- Pensacnla for the Littit
B.-vou, ot'inetto H.-ah. Warrington, Navy
Yar4id uiA -',>-t l-arra:.'fes at
:: nm.arr've at For' Barrancea 7:11a.un
.. ft. tit.'rive at (Fot Barraneaeo l.1 4a.wn
:* .0i arrrv- at Fort Harraic-, 1 I p mo
3.. p nir.r;veat Fort Harranila- 4:.>p rn
i::Sp. i1. a-"nv.-at Fort ~arrancas 7:lit, ni
:* *i t : a* v- a:t Fu t tarrancas !:4 p.Ili
Trains i. Vce uFort Barranoas for Pensa-
cola at
7:$ > a. m. ar-tve at Pepnsaeola...... :1.5 a. M
'1 :'j p ni. arrive at Pl'eAtsacuai......... 1:46 p.mW
S' 4 p. n. t.r-.ve at t nesacola....... 2: M p.m
.'i.N p i ill ar.-:V.' at Pn'sacolit 5:1." p II
7:,s p. m. arrive at Ptnsacola......... 7:46 p mI
':46 p. m. arriviaat Pensaoola......... 9:30 p. w
"*at'r reiay- only.
lu ef'T.et 'tC. Is:, i '..
til'NDAY SCHKDUnl.
Leave I'e "nacoa. Ly Fort Barraneos.
9 a. 10 a. m.
11a.m. i. m.
lp.m. 2p.m.
I p.mn p.m.
Sp. n 6 pm.
spm pro.
6p.m. p.m.
6p.m. T p.m.
PARM FOR WEEK DAYS.
Pens"aola to Fort arrancas and return tSe
Pentacola to Navy Yard and return ......
Pensaola to Palmetto Beach ad return Uo
FasR roa NSUNDAT
feassoola to art Barraneso Navy
'ardaad retrn....._.............. ..
Peassoola to Palmet6o Beeoh and
No frehlt receTivd after 1:15 v. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola lIodge. No. 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday oven-
ing at 4 at Catlo Hail
in lIutchanson hbull. West
Intendencia street.
S liating brethren oordially
welcomed.
y .Hn~ H. JUDEVI ',.
H. HORsLKa. C.C
K. IL. & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman orthe
World.
Meets flrst and third Friday night In
each month. Vls;~ilg soverelgns, corda-
ally invited. W. W. WAThON,
s. Kt. THAMYI. Clork. C. C.


o--PRtOPlRIETO OFQ-o

CRONIES Szr LOON
o-DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Coiner Belmont anud Devilliers Ste. PENRACOLA, FLA


Telephone No. 147.


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and flight.
OYSTERS,. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN 8EA.-ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.0l) to $1.54 per Day. LODGING:
5i5" aI8i S1 S. South Palafox Street. Pen.acwla. Ilorida. 125 and 50c


H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. South Palafox street.
AU Kinds oe Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
MELBRON3 *> r-A019AO0LA. 1,








THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.


5.


aTIt from preinct No. 1 had no proof i county, n convention assembled, leet by this convention to serveuntilIthe:
that he had been elected or that he heartily endorse Congressman It4 al'l consist of one member from each
IE E /RA had even been voted for. The con- Stephe-n M. Sparkman and that the precinct in the county. and one member at
testing delegates from No. 6 brought delegates to the first district con- Srgre. Tho. members from the various pre-
ONV NTI the inspectors of election with the gre.-sioual convention be instructed i ncthd reeln.pee.by the a t
N I' IN tally sheet to show that they had re- to vote for and support his re-nom- chairman of the committee be selected by
S1 ceived the majority of the votes in nation. The resolution was unan- the convention. That no member of the
committee shall be represented by proxy.
their precinct. It was shown how. imously adopted. unless the hoder of said proxy be a demo-
-- ever that their names were not cratic voter of the samei precinct as the
on Instructed for ays printed on the official ballot, but had In ted fr Mays. member whose proxy he holds.
S:ons Instructed been written on. In view of the fact Chas. B. Parkhill offered the fol- On motion of John B. Jones it was
Governor and Spark- tlat the executive committee had lowing resolution: order red that hereafter the members
overnrequired that all candidates file their Resolved. By the democrats .of Escambla of the executive committ-e from the
an for Congress. names with them on or before a county, in coinvention a-sembled, that we various precincts shall be allowed
an for Congress. given date and that these contest endorse the candidacy of Hon. 1. H. ays, only one vote each.
Given date, and that these contest- ofJeffersoncounty, for the omce of gov-
-- ants had not done so. it waz decided ernor of liorlaa, and hereby instruct the John B. Jones nominated Chas. B.
that the delegates certified by the delegates elected by this convention to rep- Parkhill for chairman of the execu-
V NORITY MADE A GALLA:"' executiv- committee should be given ratic cothnventon to smeet n Jackbonvitle tive committee, and stated that Mr.
El. THEN HARMONIOUSLY their seats. Those John-on and W. B. oni tiihe~thdayof June. I.SO, to vote for the Parkhill had, as chairman of the
Hubbird voting in the negative. Mon. V. H. Mays for the nomination for committee for the last two years,
FEI L INTO LINE. The convention reassembled at 3 :5 governorsofior band to ue all onor- and in the recent primaries, been ab-
Sp. m. ad the report of the commit- John B. Jones offered as a substi ltely fair and impartial and was
tee on credentials was read. with the tute that the delegates go to the i well worthy of trust. Mr. Parkhill
,. I Parkhanl i natnm.usl)y It motion that it be adopted. state convention absolutely u was unanimously elected.
ubteDan Murphy was unanimously re-,
f. ,. Jno. B. Jones moved as a substi- pl edged, but be left free to select the Dan Murpey was unanimously re.
.. ,ted airhan of t.me s.ie S,,antrtee-He alow Heads the Del- cept as relating to precincts I and 6. mon. wifob governor, who, ent their p interests On motion of J. Ed. O'Brien the
.a, to the s ate Convenion- from which the contesting delegates of Florida. repreeroll was then called and the dele.
.-... h0 should be seated. On motion of J. Emmet Wolfe the gates from the various precincts
,;rlan Fndorsed frr Prefident-Sen- Mr. Jones' motion was argued and Onubtionute waslaid on thf J. Emme table and named the new executive commit-
.ai.r NMt.ry Kndt opposed by Mesrs. pSullivan, Shee- Mr. Parkhill's resolution was adopt- tee as follows:
S.,- Ecauitba c.uuty democratic han, Welles, O'Brien and Wolfe. ed l--Z. W.Boberts,
vention met Saturday in the Mr. Jones made a powerful plea Chairman Welles appointed as the .'H.T. re.
:. e tf o m u d y l i t e i k ,-or t h d- e t tt ne iatsi n ti s n, n pa d r r I C h i m a W l e s a p o n t d s... ... u x


R. HALLIDAY & CO.


Direct Attention to their Ladies' Cambric

4Ucderwear Department!.

Consisting of Nightrobea. Skirts. Corset Covers and Drawers, made
in Cambric. Long Cloth and English Nainsook. Trimmed in Point de
Paris. Torchon. Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. Tte Underwear
represented are Full Well Made Garments of the Best Standard Makes,
and we invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Special Sal, of Silkalisle Vests. value 36c at........................... 25c
Extra Bargain in Vests at................................................ 0c
The above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
cated this season.
Ladies' Knit Lisle Drawers. knee length, for summer wear.
Hosiery.
It is to your interest to know that we have the best wearing Hosiery
in the city. We are offering two exceptional values in Ladies' and Chil-
dren's Ho-e at 25 and 35c pair. A trial will convince you of this fact.


....at 4...Z..Z. Powettepr to u.ti his J committee to select delegates to the 4-A. '. Tippin. a l i
t..v at P on t- heprima awtosustainhi ost- stateand congressional conventions, 5-.J.hel ma
,ct. pursuall' tocall (ofif;te- xecs- tin. c-J. B. vaughn.
.,,ct. :tnto<. lAfter considerable argument, pro; J. Ed. O'Brien,J. B. VaughnZ. W. 7-N.w. Ncholon. Attention is called to our increased asortment of Small Wares.
vAt coII:Ibttl". auen pr Roberts, David Sheehan, David To- -Oliver White. Aside from our regular stock we have added numerous other Newer
T..,..Ivl,tin w ..Illed to ir- ad con, T E. Welle called for the bin, C. VaPelt, John Ward. Taylor. Brands of Modern Stvle Makes, such a Hook-onHoe Supporters. which
b o, J. C^. Van Pelt, ; JohG.W I Belt A. a e p t w. t se
r ni to h u- stion and the vote was taken re- o rin h A Cotodwn. i l ucea al
.t by chairman Charles Fultin as follows ~ The Unit Rule. lJ. R. Steward. reduce the abdomen and produce an ideal form. Chinton safety Pins,
"rat 'b h i r a o 12--lDavid Sheehan. Miles' Safety Pin ald Stewart's Duplex Safety Pins in all sizes. Pulley
h :tI a,1d ,nli mtiltoln of J. EJd. uIn favor o(if seating contestants- On motion of J. Ed. O'Brien it 1*-Ed denlor. Jr. Beltsof all description., the New Batt Tie. Hat Pins. Finger Purses, Etc.
1 i, iatel tok a reces- Nee, Tippin. Gilmore. Coleman, wa' ordered that a majority of tle 14-J..avidTrrombie.
S. at rival ,I1 tie train frnfii Steward. Britson. Jones. Thos. Joan- delegates.- to the state and conigre,- --W. H. Hubbird.Followi Barais r the
Srtioi-aring elvati-., which .-n. Whiting. Hubbird. Clopton. sionai convention shall control the 17-H.t'.Ciopton.
St twi, Imur- I to-. Fillingimn-12'3 votes. ofn--M.O. Haggett. Ail,'tur Oxford Cloths and Scotch Ginghamns that were 33c........now 25c
arrival of ttlis train the- Against -eating contestats-Rob- on nd the deleat o proxies be allow ques- iA.. Fillingi All our Frere Kechlind French Figuied Organdies that were sold
w;. at 1:4 p. il., again erts. Pur-*-ll. Shelby. Vaughn. Har at 45 and 5.,c.. .........................................now 3oc
Sl. ;.. .rd-er toy ('hairmintii Park- per-. Nicholson. Frank Johnson. O. Senator Mallory Endorsed Resolutions of regret and respect SilkaliIle Ves,., low n. ck. ito -leeves. former price c............now 25c
.1 .n motion of J.Ed. Hri White, ile. C. J. Ward. Ggl The following resolution offered to thememory of the late Johi Hil- Extra Value Vestr. low neck. no -leeves............................ lc
S11,u.,piof. th-call for han. W .. azell. Garcly-. Thflowin resuton, d land. J. S. loard aid J. B. Extra Values iin La.ie. and Children'-s Hosiery at.................25 &3 c
v.;.:rijhy rna'i t),- call for," h-5-han. \Velln-:. Bazzell. Rarcl-y. b J,,h1 B. Jone,.. was !,-coidid by Church were adopted by a rising
!rT nli and tll-th li,-t of dele- J t'ohn ;. Ward. Hannah, .J. -. h,- H-. arkhtill id d -d by a vote.d 'twln l: lit aiti' : ih. a fair .o of l rn,.y
ce- rtitid by the x'(.xcunive White. W)olfe. Dunean. Brown. lo- uillaniAmou ri-uing ote: AI-o reooltions of thanks to the ..n1tt ilal ;..aair rtmt lrom l.',t to- n roker
,-. pr.,xi- being filed a- niii. l' .,rn, Pflff. r. Alrcroint.i.. ,,,. *nnt nTh ,.fmtidente, ;- d(, people of Poweltol i for their hoa iz to c o us t a .V 7.. a.. .m ar. h>fo, te va~-S are c-l.d out.
w- v call.-d. Th e- lcoinventit Putmani. Van Pelt, Rice,. ullivatn. im, n,. -, m. criunty e n eI T pnri:. t aielt, to ttee l rigo ex eutive oi l-
.. nizel. w:wa conqpo-.d of ti.,. Maio- .*' pie-. c .':ty lv d nl!t-tecrity o tli ni'able r t th retiring executive con-
.. del. gat.-: T'te r!.eport of the conineittitte-C on M Ctji-. it. Mauliory. h it- -.n in- rel r t-,- and ilttee, to) tile tein porary and per- 0
** r,, h-'.. ,- rditt i W- t, ft ain '* nl tric nt-fii*,r-tic.- to manlent chalirmnan ofthe'onv-ltioli, of tei J IJjl JJ Z a L
N, -Z \ .. cred-:itial wa- tht-i adot,-d with- i.niiicaiw d -:rii,., i u purity of Iurise. Secretary Murphy a i th -
M. Is:k\.. - r, out ,po-itio the- .-ii-ry ilid ul.nlity that hi dititr- cetary M urph ant the newspa- Telepht,,ne 1 "* and 35 Palafox Street.
I ,. (hiitrn.h Ii ParkLill anlnounc(dthat Ii "hed hiis c.,urr-e 1i the senate o! the pers of Pensacola.
n A. i.*- tha Vnitdinsteatate.nuuid wre-a--ure him that ih- On motion of John B. Jones the -- -
A A.4 h..ihy. the ttliuI. ad arrived to elect a per- possew..- tthe utmo-t e-,teem. respect and action of the primaries of April 10
-. R %lauzh;.b r..S ubn T. Hairpe-r. niati ct chairinal.but before ri-tir- admiration of i t grite-ful contituency. c on o pr aris April
%11,k; k He-oived further. That we extend to the Was endorSfd and th- hea:rty sip-
-N M. .,lou. Frank .lhn-,.i. litg lie wihed to thaiik the conven- dsiuhd senator our profoundest re- port ofithe PasUembled democracy
S 't4uIt. tiln fior the couirte-v and honor gt anid sympathy on account of his re- forte nominees was assured.
.t Anii..I. \ .,,iui.i,,r*. .tw iW lii. That there had be)-en cent protuete- nline-s. anid ne rejoice and o e nominees was assured.
,,-t j. Ward. w'. 1. 4 oleta Totue t diff#-reiicf o-; l iiiiiiiia ut'ra at iiin r pon his continued im- T ihe conveltion adjourned at i:;5
I 1 -.1 R. steward. prlvementiinntul alth. p. i., and. after a somewhat tire-
-' H. (ilngei... llt d s h..ieain. tween the delegates. but he loped p ell halth p. n., and, (aptal h Four Grat lBanks of ohe Worlw
//-II.T Weliess proxy i 1I.. that these matters were now settled. (n motion of J. J, Sullivan it was soume wait, a special train arrived
,o.. Wardprx..Th. r thateverything would be pleasant ordered that each delegate to the and he delegates reached home at k f End,. . .
S, A lte-. .J. i-.nlinet w%,le and that hereafter all voters would tate and conre-ional conventions 9 p.m.
S T. unica. take more interest in the primaries shall lede himself to support the Bf France 36 500000
o ,. Brow kr proxy. llavid Tohien that such qtue.ttio lg;t hIt state, national iand county demnoc- Glorious News Bank of France,
Si priSxy .JJohn'1-.,-r1. .again arise. ray. Comes from Dr. D. B. Carie. of Imperial Bank of Germany, . 28,560,000
.-.I At.rrentsniini,. 1.. i. Putnmiln. J. J. sullivau nominated T. E. Bryan Endorsed. Washita, 1. T. He writes: -Four
Tm n. johno. .T. \, t Wellefor pern tnent chairman followingreolution. bottles of Electric Bitters has cured B of Russia, . . . . 25714,920
plox ,The following resolution offered Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had .......
l iT-H. C o iT -. T. Te call of the rmolPl and recordintgI Iuly adopted: Terrible sores would break out on Total, . $176,802,855
I.--. J.' eiaignm. of the vote had begun when Mr. 't iThedemocracy of Escambincounty. Fior- her head and face, and the best doc-
S..l.tuivau prxy.. Mark Mayo Johnson arose and said that this was ty. tegty and un trying theenab to rs could give no help; but hercure FNDS HELD BY TIE MUTUAL LIFE URANCE PA
Johni It. Jones annouue-d that unnecessarily delaying the proce- tue principles of democracy of that great is complete and her health is excel- i
ArhLie Benton from Precinct No. I d.ure of business. He asked that hia cnuoner of the opi. William Jennings lent." This shows what thousands F TE PAMENT F ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. 1,
iBryan of Nebrabka. and recognizing and jhave "roved,-that Ele BI ETS E C R
,: d A. M. Maylan. C. E. Hobb- name be withdrawn aLd that Mr. believing that the standard of democracy have proved,-that Electric Bitters
oud Z. T. Williamn from No. 6 were Welles be uii-.imiiuu.ly elected, should lie placed in his band@ at the Demo- isi the best blood purifier known. $0 18 m r th
t.tgcatic.aonalConvention. which metsd inj It's the supreme remedy for eczema, Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
,testingdelegat-tfri their pre- wichWa m dtionef J. i K isaltyon Juiy tile4th, lte : There- tetter, salt rheum, ulcers boils and capital Of these famous banks.
s' nd miu0ed that the delegate- (i motion of J. J. Sullivan. Mr. fore- be tb
f.died irom thore preciticts be not Johnson was unanimously elected Res .lved, That the delegates elected from | running sores. It stimulates liver,
....wed to vote ou the question eil vice chairman. 'thb convent:atothe sLate convention ats kidneys and bowels, expels poisons, Tih ntw form of Ioliy of Th Mutual Life Insuraince IComany of
p-or:,tr orarzytiZtion. It was niot In eloquent terrin Mr. Parkhill in- tor nio.deleogate to the Democrtic Nationl ps digestion builds up t w York. ichar A M r Prei.l.nt. ro\id
.:r ior Jutt for them to vote whe-n produced Chairman Wellet,. On as- Convention, who will not pledge himself strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by New- ork. Richnrl A. Mc( irl.y, President.
ir ,.;ats were being contested. suminin the gavel Mr. Welles saidl I r tie nomination of ilim Jennn W. A.D'Alemterte, Druggist. Guar- Fir.-t The SECl'RITY if $3I01.844..-,:7 of :;-et-.
: Id. o'lBrien made a point of or- he- had no light of oratory to turn party fur the presidency. oemt e -l A l-Eanteed. I NVSMN
th.,t all dele&ettsc-rtlfie-d by the loose on the coiventl..n; there had After a brief reces. of the conven- NAVAL STORKBl~ MAM Ull. l SI
S. ut ive.coimnittee had a prmnia already been enough tot that; time tion i wa called to order and the hir.I. l...1 L 1 ANTHE IN RE).
*, .right t:iseatQ. was short and ie would not uoniiit report of Chairman O'Brien of the eportned Daily for The News by Extt.idell te-rit ii-i-!:in.-'t' ill c:it-'iof lh|-<..
.,o. It. Jonie- contitelded that the to utiniece--ary or dilatory minotionl. ,ommttee to select delegates was
.-tnon shloeuld be deided t> a vote On u tion ofi J. I1. \augh Dan read ; follows and una nimou e AslyA M. A>tn,,;.tin .:i,.-ui, il,-,r:,t .,, witl,.,,'t ,.\ e,'i ,,t I ; ..:,.v.
e (oti.eirtio Murphy was el.-ctd( ;-inmaieridt c- d pted: aos Liherl imrre-ii r 'ilie-.
"., ^ ^lii',eliti n. arphy ruled,-( ^-,lallit^ sc adopted WW .. ...... ......... V!" 75 H ....................... : IDoti
S a.iri n Parknill ruled that Mr. retav and '. L. May f t e Joui- W ..................... ...... ........ ..ie,: ,
w ri t. I inal. H. c. Ri er- inf te- Pre- and ua rCuonventl n Dele.cater. N........................ 2 F .............. ..... 5 II: ti- ': i : t m I .
I. qie ,tainin wa., li ti m i-Pu-e-d %W . Hall of T H : N i.w s,. a.!-istait i Farkhill. J. Fd. t'Brien, M ........................2 25 .1 ...................... 1 41'2 leir fi.'lier ilfininr ii i. : ', '
I it :,-ma-- by l stel Stihe h.iJ.tu. -e.- :etari- l uhb. A\%. A Sil,,u t. J. Ennie lt 'olf, 1................... .e
,Thoi. N.-.. J.l .iVauih,' .J. Ed.O -Brien it .d ,hat a coine- I.. it.i li...-i.,,. BSP RITsTRNTiR-7:', oens. L CE I L COX, General Ag nt,
S.1. J. SillivaIIa littftt-( f seve- ti ,app.o: ited by the .T l' rsire-i. Ju*phJ 1.. .lhinon, / i U L I. 1 J 'I ii '
M .I.i.--- ni.,tiin w:i- tiln 'It etair to -el-ct 2-. deie-gates to to e ,I ;#ti M h- an hy J.C. Tan e t.
In: cI.- -iticovition a1d, '4 d-tle-gate- to M H. i'nHli an. A. H. I-Ali-inbli-rt-, 3 th The Kind You Have AWys t JA I lSONVILLE, A.
n iiti lion of Th i HI:t i::i. ('. I,. tlt cotimgre-sional coniiven"tli.n each M ti.h Bainet. J.. Tan~t .
.rk. il Wa- ,*let,-d t.. iil,,try wlth a ia vte. '-pi row J ..ll CHIPLEY, AGENT,
:;i inl. Jih.tii I. J.'hiin e ..-,. I a a ibh-ti- 'unali. Joib. Uard. .I.
,, i,.-' V,,f,. iiv.-t, t! ..t tie-, tui:,. ~i:t j '..rnl r .r. lin.i-i,- -h, tih ,,ongrPesi I ,:* :CtllB, t .,.nlillltt ininI 'IS- Ii,'. I Tr-t tie- I hEctinii ., a 1... eXin- .3I l-:.i 1'ANir n. in' B P arkhiIl. BIlSS__ IS THE M1AN.
( I i o fT- .1-, H W rig t to n t ;,1. t e n.or Jwr ., I
o.1- ; 1 '1 u l ll ibell i- *:lli t i lat t ctl f t ei ; t, t.H .-el it- I. H.Thiornton. .John Pfrifh.r, C las. H Blii- ig the Peial Welo ri d-
t ,,all t, o a r,..-- tuiil tl,,l ,I of d,.l .Ioz tt.-- t..-' e l. V$ I ti,,ll" w ,,..). -,ennott, W n,.Ia ,,- v rtisesPen a ol:i, lied sitright
,',ilt: ,- rw..t-.nti ', re-'0rt t ;,l. -l nt, *"ele...i-.s ,n ('il]- It'vid' heeltlai, ten. e. u't. vertises en l. e e it ht Inv estimate the Convertible Term Contracts
w.i- ;tlo t. l ni .e--inal n :: \- '.fl rkin-. I. KLadru and deserves you -uplport.
.***m.,. tI-d J. l'-;,i'ii.-t W" IT~. I ', lliA.-in'oi- U-ti ii.---. ,:. \\ .iisgi, C.ias. Tavlor. -- lor T'lE-
., ,- .ini ll, i sn!: ;i*n HI I I '!. -u-l iti ". t lai;. v lid ,n ; ta- /* I t l. .. . NicU oi.oii. A Aspecial con imimu icatioe i
I w i . .'. A. '. !tPnit,.l r.. of -'tcaiijbia LIodue, No. \1).
I. ;. l-tt,.lAd a- *-'i .,'..tl;.Mntf- ain . --.. .C. o s, on.tls, cI svellill .-at h:3 o': l, Old Penn M utual Life Ins. o.
. spai knman l.in.lort.-< Th- f. o l ...L' r.olution, intro- Visitin- rbrethlren, fraterr- % . ... ... ,..., ,,..-,. -. ..... .. .......... -


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Duck Skirts in White. Black and Colors from MI88 R. NEWELL,
65c to $100oo. DRESSMAKER,
Linen and Crash Ekirts from .... 75c to $2.00
White Pique Skir .s from . .. $1.50 to $6.00 o0. 10 lfth Baylei Srreet.
The Better Ones Trimmed wit'i H:ai l :Ind Inserting, i nd all ^
made up itr the Newest Styles .... .
3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This is a Regular 7c Value.


Photographic Artist,
204'4 South Palafox St.
fSatilractlon iusrantoe d.


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.

Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
i4-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-4-

KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
WHOLESALE CR 30OER i.=-
AN ENTIRELY FRESH AND NEW STOCK Oi' FANCY
GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS AND SPECIA1LTIE8.
xr-y 0ur 0-olden Wleooe Flour.
Salesrooms, 132-134 E. government t Street.
Warehouse, Cor. Tarragona.and CL.'rch Streets.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLQRIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.


Scrofula and



Consumption

People tainted with scrof-
ula very often develop con-
sumption. Anemia, running
of the ear, scaly ruptios,
imperfect digestion, and
enlargement and breaking
down of the glands of the
neck, ar some of the more
prominent of scrofula symp-
ums-are fortrunners of con-
SI- ti Th condition
can be arrested, consumption
pveted and health re-
stored by the early use of


SScoff's Emulsion
Your doctor will tell you so.
At a:: druni'ts; s-< and 9: .
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemsts. New York.


THE TURF REVIEW.


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BRITISH MOVING TO

RELIEVE WEPENER

Boer Force at That Point Is
Being Surrounded.

GENERAL ADVANCE KADE


Troops ZMoving Upon Boer Foreis on
Three tides-oBa.utos Are Watching
Events From Acros% Border-New-s
Expected From Mrfeking.
LONDON. April 14.-The only devel-
opment reported thus far today ii. the
cable dispatches r.n-vived here from
South Africa is the heavy bombardment
of the British trenches at Warrentown,
April 13, bat which resulted in no dam-

From Boer sources it is learned that
General Botha ha. returned from the
fighting lines at Ghlecoe and reports
that Britih have remvinved their camp in
the direction of Eiaudslaagte.
The reasuriug reports from Bloem-
fo nitein have restirtd confidence in Lonu-
dom
Tne afternoon paper- speculate (on the
possiblities of the Bukr commuunds at
Wepener being cut off. This seems pos-
sible. ai forces are moving toward the
to.vu trmin three .ides, while a strong
flr've of Basutos are lost l watching
ev'-itt. frowim 'nart the border.
Ikyvoud the mysterious Ctape Town
himT- regarding the early expectation of
g.,:. new.- about Mafeki:.g. there is Dno
fun.t:.r ;iatormutii n at l:;:ud in coin ti *:i wi;Mi t.it b-luaguered town, whLi.h
imu-t be iu grenit straits.


I-,. 1, 1 j t r--Naiw lI e %vau t s a


lit Timed Accuracy.
A 11131119 ti. 1#t4 tvs9\9W H.1141r:W iou Ire
hcrv. I Ilocp-.3-4011 wiIIwsll y to luinch
Xmsy i~ i-itur- (Qi b.-taink vpouso
much. idear M rs.. lrtiw:w. .if we mivn.
(fTodaulglitt*.m. s Ilo.rt.. N'm-. fwou't that
tImde lightfuml?' Sut-a p:lj'vsaut sur-
[crlsv ffor iiti.!
Sevo-n-l, Trutl!:frul ('ii.-Not a sur-
prise,.. nietlutr. Ywl kim~ow yoti Said
Mr-s. ltcet yeu(I :,&A, Isk u tlunch if
We ouly st~ueI.1ed beng O-ntoughU
At the Club.
"T*1ia'r Si '99991 IiIU 1: V 'Wife VWIll be
it]it.!)..kmiev. rtninrkedl Mr. Hlows-
--i hI-.-ro 1 he .c'r 4. f .1' i s is ob-
14.' -T iuIsl Owl ie 1,arlf!?'.We've let-en over-
ruii \\it 1h Own,.i j la *\ .
luerei! *eixm:I \v tio.ncttcd that
mill jii y female i a us leject to it."-

Still W~oulid Sae It.
so teadlv that lhe -ays L is Ilife Isn~t
V.. imt M,:-. F:Jorlo -9 vsauhe In-
.n :n ii in h. e.'t rwlien
q r 1-:is il~i 1w-or Ua j.a~llall 1110

A IWoman's Iteahom.
'I-:i1air.ls S-0 ILju tmrpma that
~ yr i :,es a i' ect L:is l1't-t.9." po
vi ith 1: 19r miov-il .:idm.n~T'I
N'\-!, Oi-he ,tIs tm::,1 t so~me .-harn(.--
tt-r i I: Ili i. e1(stk i !:, a t.h11!rows It in the
IreX-! .zt Fret-.I'm e''.Z
Sweet Surroviia of P'artingt.
"I!.-9je u c.bizt-r loves m.e" .-iv] the
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(,imtii) s.upM'r and! l-'ih t'howder
Tlhe Frauen-V-rein of the (erman
Il.' et-ran cimr'!i w:1l tnive a gatinmbo
.U,;,per and ti-h ci(:wder ait the Mer-
c 'Intt' hotel ,n Tuesday night,
April IT. at oe clock. Tickets for
..'i ll. eor chowder gre for sale by
:ali i. mbinri ,f the Verein and at the
ler>ih:t ,,Its hotel, price ,'5 cent-.
.1!arston & Finch are
hcadiu/uarters for ham-
mocks, either fine or cheap.
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Nasal
GATARRH
In all Its "ec tbs e I
Ely's Cream Bala
c ear .-co'othetandheals
ihe d.s...--d m.embrane.
It lcrf.s-' -'and ir;'% eq
many a C-1 la t-c L-1
1qalck .
('re-atn Blrm p:a'eA Into the nostrils, spreads
over tie membrane and is alsorbed. Ite..efis im-
mnediateand cure follows. It is not drying-.doe.
not produce sneezin:. Large Size, 60 cents at Dru.;-
gi.-t or by m.ai:; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTUERS. 46 Warren Street. New York.

An Expert Opinion.
"I s t!::;t :i !~ .ostonI :it;ioiur has corn-
pl'etil .-t,:'y cal.'ld *uleavened
li-:;.d.' "'
".Mu-It I. aif';l dry."--Cleveland
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sive-t fio Hear.
Ihe I ev..- uiu uter tan I can tell


SFie-Piut. ('ar. din't ever stop try-
Ing to tell :,le.-l clltit IFree Prels.


Easter Monday
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Ball OUR


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Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2.o(J that will keep an able
bodied man buay nights and days to
wear them out in a year, and for
$3.1;41, some new fancy ca3sir.ere
pants, lapppd

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Chipley Light Infantry.


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

"THE OLD RELIABLE."


chic aMulles,
Choic. Family Brocurigg..




PrrobaLly.


FlIr-t Se: NV 1;v a ro t tf ieD 0on
tthe -I1t- %`[I,,I(, pz .-I trus ill
st. ii! Sq-:l-I L. im l:t thie captain
slisp-ete'il iv ofliving skins.-Types.
oif work, and outdoor Sports.
As tt. %%C] -. Ti ~.nget nail~r, they will Pwon
ArAd a reit i..r 1 take it. as I lock the whole
tlii.. iii' iag,
Fu;r t y..% isI.v hol' d be shurter. wheD-you see
it U! t & 12Ce-
F;h sti k of fun they offer us at which we get
11.V Chance.
--Chicago Record.


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis.
eases.


'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.


O. Box 6.


SOMETHING NEW


e*,EVERY DAY.-
o---AT.P-o


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
T'ophone r a.oo 00.


PANTS !O


Said about 60W pairs of
long legged. st ort legged,
slim, fat. pusey, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
Sments, as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
600 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good cassimere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassimere
panta. Some are two.
three anti four dollars a
pair, good worked pants


WE f ae-

buy pants for adver-


gWrPatrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect tisin purpo .es-to SOund
their Immense Stock. 1 t ,


TIME TARTR.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R ATT- OAD.
IN EFFECT JANUARY '7. 19W0.
N A NJ 0 >%'m 1 8


No0. ". .X o. I. o. .
SKI EY CURE I :4 noon :20pin Leave .Penacola .....Arrive 4:1.1>pm 5:0am
9S Il Y 1CURE^ Is 1 2.,:15pii 2,-':50night Arrive .....Flomato.n .... Arrive 2:45 pm -:&.a in
4:12 p in 3:06 am Arrive ...... Mobile ...Arrive 121:6s noon 12:-A night
FOLEY BuffirW S::0pm 7:40 m Arrive Nw Orleann..Arrive 7:56 am 7:45pm
6:t0 pinm :10 am Arrive .. Montgomery... Arrive 19:20 atn 1 9:0:90 pm
S6:50 a m 7:10p m Arrive .... Nashville .... Arrive 2:21 t a m 9:' 0 amin
r money rounded. mbil"tW 12:25 noon a::0:am Arrive .... Louisville .....Arrive V:12 ppm 2:56 a in
4:U6ipm 7-t)6a m Arrive ...Cirnnatt Leave 5:45 pm i ;1X00 p m
rtmedks recognzd by emi- AND
nent physicians as the best for smk'rw &A PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
Kidney and Bladder troubles. o. o o. o.
PRICE 5~o. a1d A.1)0 .ll5nlight 7:iN)am ............ Pen'.acola 11:S0 p in :.' p m
W.v A. iWA L1. It ERTE 12:6fnight 7::*a m ..... Milton, l.;-'1 D i 5:'20!p mI
A. I AJEBERTE. 4:1am 9:25a m I... DeFunlnk Springs :Crt ni 2:' p u min


> Trade-Mark. CLURES
30TOOTIACE, EARACHE
nd NEURALGIi
aIn minute; all druggists or
S lr The TI-Lo Medleal C (.
) '_."' Ifradway, New York.
&-ad for Bookl.t.


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COFFEE, COFFEE.,

Roasting a Specialty.
ITHare rn fried Swans'
Iou'nI flour.' It is the whitest
and swe-fecst on fhe .meri-
can market, in barrels, half;
barrels, 2, pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Try Delatour's Ginfer
.4le; best Mineral WIaters
on the market, equal to im-
ported goods, and only
$1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly Reasted
Coffees.
JAS. .II'H UGH,
Wholesale and Retail Gro-
.oar Phonp 10,T.


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7:)0 a mn ll:15a m .. . Ma nn ...... ::, p. p Lm:t'fnouon
S.:15 amin 12: noon .... v r Junction .: : )p in 11'.:'i a In
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. ............... .. 7: 25 p in ........ Jackson ville ... a m .... .. ..


TBE (1MI AL WSTUO7IIT DMAI 10513W


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Proi).
AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK HEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLID SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PARITY. AND
LOTS O)F OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE VWIIL NOT PER.11MT
TO MENTION.
Sglo The Largest and Best Selected St"I-k ,f B,.tt:l Wti-ky and
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
LAAloi Azoitt for thp Famou; Pa-tht Milwaukee HeI r. Free D Iliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 41S.


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Teuphlone 1-69.


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL 0.DERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE %
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. I

'. Rooms for Rent by the Day, Wleek or Month. H W I
311, 312 North Tarragona Streat, Opposite Union Oaepot.
0 -Teiephone 68.--0 -II all pI
---.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-- 1 pant- for $;.,- that art, -


Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
4 [RISH VEGETABLES R[CEIffilDAILT. IHOLEN11 All RETAIL.
Hello I'mu Boarding PnanI Foid. ain't. bur will
at th.i e l'eoiiuico. Pesacla.Fltidr
CMICLUTECRS NQLIGH

d ~lyBm Ife tiny Capsules arebupeifor
~ In We nt dmti. ore tI *Ba! m i of Copalba.
10% fma. ubmM11111101111 d u ld hiuaC'bebe .and -Injecton..
I -&7*3. 1' yminrb. o f "%-I44e. 0
p..e u .Teda..They cmeiu4S ho~urs @
tutrn YAmNL104tS. ..loT l Ib! inD duuum w~itout amy 1moan
6,mj. Arawea mieaL z 4.
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THE


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JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AID BROKERAGE. ** CURE YOURSELF: C O
0 t-u.se Be( fir .11;,t. C o
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING o It.5S,..4 4 h1r,8e cuw.
Ouaease irrltatl,,- .r 1 jch* rat1-,LF
AND TIMBER LANDS a" to (1rtr rn. f n nrnyrarn,.
pUbt Mi r ewr'Oe. Pairol- t, &-Fr. t l,, *trio.
FOR BALE. *; tvjass- C n c. t ,r r .VALDC i flnt,,r
-cm"t.0 isold by El'-gti The B! 11W Town D crit Iert
12 Fir fyyt ITi o? rarer ,
koans Plaed at easonable lates. ... r,,.i
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cheap. i'e buy good pants,

pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

Some; front pockets, watcl

,pockets, (t. watch your

money pockets nights ir

case your wife wants to see

if she is ,cttinfg half of

your income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


Patr'.iize ,our Pantry, it ptays.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.
I mm Imm II II I H ml


T DAILY JiBW ": iman Jones of the national com-| HOSPITABLE POWELTON MORGAN AHEAD. |
St Me a o. wa summoned to t- iRoyally Xatertaine she Dpmocrata of The Veteran Semator Will be Re-
Nr 4 ast thbe m r c t'nd. Representative Dailey of. ;Etla Couaty. Elected Triuaphant ly.
Fla., Sia Seond -ciaits matter. New Jersey. who led the silver cam-
orrsesic: .Pitt miatng..nll- n utPall NewJo A large number of ladies and Sunday's Alabama papers show,
esreet. up-stairs. paignn hisstatein 1896, tookth gentlemen, inaddition to the dele. beyond doubt, that senator Mor-
PUBLISHED BY floor,&a dSaddresiir his remarksto gates to the county convention, en- gan's victory in the piimari s;
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00. Senator Jones.struck out from the joyed the hospitality of the citizens throughout the state was thorough |
shoulder thus: of Powelton Saturday and the ver- and conclu-ive. The Mobile Herald NlL
Terms-invariably In Advance. You can't de.-stroythe go!d wing of'thc dict wasunanimous that never be- say
0u* Year by Mail. ... 5 democratic party. Sir. you have been fore had they been better fed. Returns received up to the time of going
SMotbs s. making platforms and organizing the next The day was perfect and the site to press mnd cato the triumphant re-elec-
4te Moth ., house and electing Bryan ever since the for the barbecue and basket picnic tion of John T. Morgan to the United states
mW-eekbvCarr-r.p payabl' -Monday tit to tin nt ll i a at coul e es iredi senate. The democracy of labamia hast
See bY Carr. yabn s kept up youMonday 10 last lton, and want to tell yo if th was all that could be desired-in au been true to Its principles anti true totself.
tnin is kept up you will not only lose ote oak grove near an ever running The true manhood of Alabama has shown
T= W CICiKI-Y JN~SW : next houseand the next president but you sprin of deliciously cool water. that it has house for a self-seeking politi-
ftblbed ever Friday at $s.,' per year will disrupt and ruin the party. If you Th ensucess of the day is due caon h has sought to burl a statesman
asefree.want to elect Bryan this year you must re- largely to the indefatigable efforts of The Register say
train from making enemies on s ve Mrs. W. L. Everheart, Mrs. James The Register says
TELEPHONE NO. 118. business. Jennings. Mrs. ames Holman' The democratic primaries are over. Theb *t
TELEHON NO. 'Is- Jennings. M. ..rs. Jamnes Holman.; early bird counties set the pace for the 14=F 1
Several others who were present Misses Pearl Jennings, Stella spring brood. having given Morgan eleven--
dAetisng Rtsfeiusheden pplicetion. indulged in similar remarks. and Lowell, Minnie Lowell, Nettle Tapi- to Johnston's Ilve votes in the legislature; I
oIa Flora Tapioa, Alma Davis and now come the remaining fifty-nfive i
made things so torrid for Chairman o a. ora Taplola, ma Davis, counties and repeat the operation. going
Alma Davies and Bessie Davies, two to one for Morgan-a landslide for the
Jones that he vehemently dis- who had charge of the decorations senator and a drop into the well for the
claimed responsibility for the acts, and management of the dinner, governor in Mobile county the appeal t
expressions and opinions ofhis sub- The chairman's stand was fes- only three precincts so far heard from be-
ordinate, declaring that the party tooned with greenery, and, facing Ing forJohnston. Victory was in the air.
Tu ee with the ordinate, declaring that the part t long in advance of any positive
organizatin i rally anxious to har- the delegates, was splendid portrt urance of tne way.the people would vote.
d, A- H I I COST, ~organization is really anxious to bar- of Hon.Dannette H. Mays, candi- The cause presaged victory. It could not
.* 3S*e .-. e Pas. xa..w C monize all existing differences, and date for governor, enframed in gor- doutd that when the people of Mobile
Mai e. sand oers ma, intimating concurrence in the de- eously beautiful and artistically right. They always do so. l
f5 am 2wNa MatLwllaa i mand that the Chicag3 end of the arranged floweresided at the long The Montgomery Advertiser says:
machine should be dispensed with dinner tables spread in the forestng It was a perfect landslide yesterday. It
--NAGOLA APRIL 16. 1900 h dinner tables, spread in the fore-t ,doesnot bm certain that Johnston has
F A0LA. A 1. 190 immediately and indefinitely. With and heaped with appetizing viands, carried a single county. Not even themes
this understanding the meeting ad- and they let no man or lady escape sanguine supporter of Senator Morgan hadX
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. journed. until every craving of hunger had ope tor seeohntonis victorst overwhelming.the
---- been satisfied. large counties. including Jefferson. where
I^r presentatafiv to legislature: When the "warning' first ap- The barbecue was managed by D. the defeat was crushing. The Advertiser's
dispatches front irminklIam announce '
e. MiRENO JONES. peared, several days ago, THE N EWS R. Hart and A. Lowell, and they that the governor refuses to be seen. but his
J. EMMET WOLFE. denounced it as an unwarranted and proved themselves expert cooks. friend, give up the fight.
Former: revolutionary assumption of power Thefeastconsistedofnine quarters The irmingham Age-Herald
revolutionary power of beef, six whole hogs, two kids and says:
GE.(IGE E. SMITH. on the part of the committee, and untold links of home-made pork Senator Morgan has carried th, tat
For Circuit Clerk: we cannot refrain from some pardon- sausage, backed up by wagon loads overwhelmingly over Governor Joihnsion.
%1c%. M LA-N. able gratification over the fact that of West Florida Steam bakery bread Samford ik evidently lending in the race
AN M LLAbl ratificatinoverttand basket after basket of delicacies. for governor. Fromi reports received up to o
Srthe leaders have taken the game l n ter basket oof delicacie. .,:31 clock this morning Morgan has swept ,
For Tax ColIecta-r. with hundreds of gallons of delicious the state froin the gulf coast to the'rennes- f-y
... H. I'ALEM I'ERTE. view of the matter that we did. coffee. prepared by the expert hand see valley and from the Chattahoochee
--- Ta....r --x. of L. D. Davis. river to the lMisissippi borders. St. Clair
H-.rsTax Ae r: o D *Dvi seems to be the only county which on yes-
Many so-cilled "bitters" are not Many of the young men from terdany cat a Imajte zty of its votes for Gov-
W. w. licHAlRIt' medicine;. but simply liquors dis- Pensacola lost their hearts at Pow- ernor Johnston. .lefferson county, the
I-( County Treasrer: guised, so aa to evade the law. elton Saturday and the unanimous ho byme of the go frnor e r tastendorst thesen-
JOHN W. i- KATE. Pi'KhLY ASH BITTERS is not one of verdict is that there are more pretty This is one ,f the most complete defeats v
thi- class. It is strictly a medicine, girls there, in proportion to popula- any candidate in the hiiitory of Alabama
For County .Judge:acting primarily on the kidneys. tion, than anyw ere else on the politics ever eMor ad a his a ne counted
TH',MAS R. McCi LL.A'i. liver and bowels. and for the dan- civilized globe. than enough votes to insure hik election
For S..hool superintendent: .'-rou. aliseass that attack these The press representatives were and will be nominated by the Alabama leg-
organs it is a remedy of the first shown many courtesies, especially ilnture (in the first ballot.
N. .CK. grade. There is nothing objection- by Mrs. W. L. Everheart, and the t k o.
For Clerk Criminal Court: able in its taste, it has a very agrr.e- ladies of the party are under especial The family that keeps on hand and
M. p.H.NIFA able* flavor and is acceptable to the obligations to Miss Pearl Jennings. ues occa-ioaIlly the celebrated
J i f the Peace d Ditri most delicate stomach. Sold by who courteously invited them into PR'RicKi. ASH HITTERS is always a S
For ie or she Peace3d rt. 2Hannah Bros. her parlor and entertained them well regulated family. For sale by
.;.AMEasR. LANDRUM. while they were waiting for the de- Hannah Bros.
vorC'ontable 2d ila^'rit' lINNIGAN' LUt'K. played train. NTED A I. WV
Hon. John B. Vau-hn looked after A NOTED MACHINE. L
CHARLES P B'I>R- Toe Peters Comedy CUmpany Closed the comfort of a number of the dele- Th7', .';in: MilIh ,w'ol d fit O. 1". f. I
VFr County Surveyor: Its Winter Season Last Night. gates and provided them with a ', l; ',/ F"rnitur, HI,,,., .
M-. v.BECK.bountiful supper.
W.'c BECK. The Peters Comedy Co. played Wver's band furnished music all noi ( throihl,,if the world for its.r
For Member School Board: to good business last night in the day and added to the enjoyment of ,' ,l it work (nt liyhf running whih .
A.v. BCBBS' production of "Finnigan's Luck." all. 'veryi /,w rkrprr nant,. You f do
E WARD. The play was full of wit and the Th. Annptitpf .* -:.t* "t l .ont ta n ,.mahin, that it tak:,.s a


GOR ESOE tales are reaching this
side of the Atlantic to the effect that
American methods have been
adopted by the hotel keepers, lodg-
it-hbouse:keepers and retaurateurs
of Paris. who have formed a combi-
nation to advance the prices of ac-
commodations during the exposi-
tion period beyond all reason. The
stories. if true.: will not affect the
vast majority of our people who cau-
pot afford to attend the -xpo-ition.
and to the few who can, a few dol-
larsaday more or le- wi 1 make no
great difference.
THE coming conference of promi-
nent southerners to consider the race
problem. which will assemble at
Montromery, May 8, 9 and 1i. prim--
ipes to be an event of national inte.r-
est and profound significance.
Scores of newspapers. North and
south have approved its purposes
and predicted important results from
its deliberations. A fair sample of
these numerous. expressions tray be
found in the following, from the
Utica. N. Y.. Dispute h:
PracticalIr. tht- c,,otifer'tce yii-in'a ft 'i:%-
'uaion of the negro uet tioUn it all its '.el.f
phases. It i%. understood that tIhi cdnifer-
eBce will be oif ,tlite men: but it I. al-o un-
dwli'ood that the leading iiegros of th-
outfa, men like hooker T. WashailngtoU.
heartlly approve tof it "ndout le.-diy harm
has been doIne 111 ti. pa-t by busy-tuhlies
from the North who have feltt that they had
a duty to perform. and who did not feel that
their lack of knowledge of conditions made
them the la-t persons in thte orld to -olve,
tl-e negro tpri.tbl-m.
A Ktekh Scene.
The natiotial democratic coniinit-
1.e has it- heat lpiuart'r in ('ilicn ".i
whence it has lb.',n carrying en what
it lias foindly i;s tii:ied wa- :a viaz.r-
onu- camn i0 i for t1..' re: i-ii i: i, i>i)i
,;. tbe C'tl.wa':'' tlatf rin '-in i;- **il-
tirety," with ontev \illi.- Abl tt :.; 4:-
"prcss :agen-t.'" -etdi:ii out weekly
Io, the democratic newspapers of tlhe
country broad-idiep of printed "'hour-
wash." ini:end'-d for republicatiin..
hut which was rarely noticed by :any
-*f them. ald u-ually found ,,blivi.n
in their wa,-tt- ba-kes..
Quite recently. A!,bbott woke up to
the fact that Lt, was not making the
impression lt:- had anticipated, antd
he bloomed 'liout il! the' A,-so :ited
Press with a *warning." to the effect
that th.e wicked "'gold demo-l
crate" were cointempilating break-
ing into the Kausa-i City uCol-
vention with intent to capture
it and spoil all of hti winter's work.
In his "warning" he us.ed some very
intemperate language about the
"gold democrats," denouncing them
as traitors. renegades, etc.. and an-
mnoncing the po-itionof thecommit-
tee to be that they should be kept
oat of the convention-and the
party-at all hazards.
When this manifesto reached the
attention of the democratic leaders
at Washington there were symp-
toms of a cyclone, A secret meet-
inJ of the national congressional


specialties were good.
The $15 prize was won by Harry
Janett and the $10 prize by Eugene
Acosta. Tickets Nos. 1331< and 3291
were the winning numbers.
During the last act of the play Mr.
Peters announced that he would
close his winter season here. last
night's play being the la.st.
(On May 7th. Mr. Peters and his
company will open a Portable Thea-
tre under canvas in the lot back of
the cu-tom house. and will give one
of th, best tent performances uu the
ro ad.
Mr. Peter. and hiq company havc
a l it of warm friends here and his
show" will always draw a crowd r:;
Pen-acolia.
An Honest Medicine for La Gripp'.
Geo. W. Waitt. of South Gardiner,
Me..s ay-: "1 have had the wor-t
cough, cold chil s and grip and i ave
taken lot- of tra-h of no account but
profit to, the vendor. Chanhb-ilgin's
Cough Remedy is the only thing that
has done any good whatever. I have
tu-ed one ti centbottleand the chill-,
cold and grip have all left me. I
congratulate the mann 'acturer- of aui
honest medicine." For sale by Han-
inah Bros. and a'l medicine dealer-.
UNITED STATES COURT.
Term Drawn.
For the May term of the United
States court, which convenes here
Tuesday. May S, grand and petit
juror- have been drawn as follow!-:
Grand Jury
E'-?ambia County-R. EddinQ. Jas.
M Flinnl. Jo<-. P. oodtiall. W. \V.
Wats-on. Emai.itnuel .1. Villar. David
B. Tobini. 1Maik Mayo. 'I ho Il. Tur-
ner. John H. Porter. (e,. C. Hall-
mark, Charle- J. Heinberg. Win. H.
Yates. John J. Bowes. John M. IDay.
John Thomps-on. J. S. Dlirhiaii, I.
E. L. D)alitU! J. Jt. Vani Pelt, R. J.
Brewtoin.
Walton Countiy-W\V.(C. Eddly. WIn.
Roger-..I. H. Patrtaile.t -
raitra ,-;a ('Coiutty--S. J. Stewar'.
I. lit .Jut).
E-stinibia C(ounty-(. M.. (I-entry.
Jolii t'!'ns. L wiv i J. Andet-r- Ii.
Leonida-.M. lBro,,k-. Olivr O. Bt',.l-
nuni...o-. N. Hrfu.ht n. t (iu-t:tv Ax-
el-ion. Fdinnidl Vy.er. Fran.' k A.
Ro-i-a. Daniel H. (;Giiuniig. M martin F.
Collin-, Franak \V. Walter. B. L.
tGund-r-heint'er, Henry S. Forbes.
Jas. lRobert-on. Charle' H. Wells.
James C. Cla:rk. JohIn G(. WVo.i1.
Samuel L. Cliffoid, J. J. Duel, W. L..
\% ;ttich, Henry Pitt, R. NI. Bush-
nell, Hal Bros;iah:ami. WVm. De-H--.
Jo.li 1). Rendall. A. F. Warren, Ed.
W\. Fowlt-r, i-iej. A. Davis. ChaQ. F.
Z-ek. Auuti-t Bo,-k,-. L. )D. Marzoni.
L.. Shei.-r i. Atndrew Anider-in.
W'm. T. Powtll. Jo-. I. Datvi-, NI.
He-rrin.
Walion Ct'outy-N.Colver, L. F.
Cochran. Warr-en .Iunin. Otto Tap-
pan. H. W. Storrs. A. C. Bailev.
Ja<'kilon (.ounity-W J. Silngletary.
J. D. *errell. M. Jacoby.
Wa-lhiniton C'ount3 -F. M. Col-
initz. R. F. trcarltt.
I i not fail to read the advertise-
ment of TEETHINA in this paper.

Your Liver
Will be reased to its natural duties
and your biliousness., headache and
costipation be cured if you take
Hoed's PUill


nf'epp ( i ( Is envied by all poor dyspeptic, s an i l I t ru, Te f/ of ti f
whose Stomach and Liver are out of us and Wil/ S( 1 / e tht ,/o will
order. All such should know that -"h'a.y, h Io,' *vild w ith,'. a irery l(,ow
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won- pri'ice-frm 'ifto$.;o. IW v als(,orr//
deriul Stomach and Liver Remedy, ,1 ,, of the largq t ipt-to-datr stocks of,
gives a splendid appetite, sound di- Furn,,;, in the i;ty-, .rrythity,
orastin and a reonlar bodily hahit


that insures perfect health and great
energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug
Store.


LAST WEEK'S EXPORTS.
Shipments to Poreign Ports Were Val.
ued at $197,402.


The custom house records for last
week show that six steamships and
ten sail vessels of an aggreg:ate ton-
nage of 17,102 arrived from foreign
ports, and that three steamships and
eight sail ve-sels of an aggregate
toin.ige of 11,174 cleared for foreign
ports.
The shipments to foreign ports
during the week were valued at
$197.402 and were distributed as fol-
low-:
lelfaht "
London ."'
Sunderliandl and 'ardl; T ,
,(enoa 2.>.771
Havana .. '.;.:
Harw -k .... .I
PI t terdaii .... -. etr
'ape 'Coast Castle, ote 7.ti7
cardiff .. . .. ...1
Ho no ...
Algiers ... .. 4.',"
Total .. 7.
The' ittlns of export during, the
w-ek were:
Timber and lumber, a ft 7/ .*' :I
Cotton, banles .... e
|'.iir,. bushelvs . .. ";' <
'hiosphate rock. tons l.4'17
I ron pipe. s .... I I ;'.".
Rosln, bis .7
l.ara., l b '
Be'r, h kca 's'
Adye'rtiaiing matt-r. It-
Picture flaillle-,lo
t' tl ,- }';;
Hugs .. 5'
If troubled with rheniunatism, .ivo
Ch'liaiberlaini's Pain lallin :t trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it do(, no i
-<..id. One aiapplicatinii will etlifeve
t -h ;,in. It also Cuires "; in- all. i.
bru n-es in one-third the. time re-
>!:iirtel b.y any otlih tr t.tinivi.t.
l ut-, burtlr fro-tt'i*0-, qnili-=,y,
;'.iini- in the 'i-L e a,,d ch-'-t. gl ii;ln-
l.ar another swellings are (uickIy
i'nir,'d by p liyinag it. Ev ry t>"ttl.
w.i r:tiitt-d. Prici'. 25- il i nd '
I ''r sal,, hy" Hannahi Br'. and ;:i
:,: ('n i -e (;l,;i* r-.


Circuit Court.
The case ,of Ponder va. Fi.le lity
andl C';uI-tlty C'o.. In whl;h'!i a inew
trial was grIanited :at t:#- la-t tvIm of
the court. uon1 the verdict of the jury
:twardinig thle plaintiff $:;ls for the
de-ath of her hivubanid. was still on
trial thi- mortini', and pro'nmi- d to
(con.ui lle- th- ,nir- day. if not mire..
Thie c i-vs ti Myrovr-r vw. The PIIn-
sicolla Ilectlii 'l Trmninal Railway
Co. and Piu & Robinson vs. The
S .uthern Hell Telephone and Toloc-
;:raph Co. are set for trial to-morrow.
Indigestion is the direct cause of
diseases that kill thousands of per-
sons annually. Stop the trouble at
tie outset with a little PRICKLV ASH
BITTBRS: it strengthens the stomach
and aids digestion. Sold by Hannah
Bros.
NU"!; IOc. PER POUND.
Jacoby has 50X0 to 600 pounds of
Italian Chestnuts and Choice Hazel-
nuts. which he i! offering, to close
out, at 10 cents per pound. 7atf
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. Star Laun-


from the chrep1 st to fthe fin stf.
Your credit is good with u.s, ,al
w'f p'(nt you"r trad, .
I',' know nothing! but f*ir d til/inq.
Jf' ii ord rx ht'v prompt tW ntiflon.
0.)3. M. /'/'/,,"s ig WhI t' al'. x nd
R', 4a;; /F ,ma"r 1. lo em.
40 to ;4 So, /ih Pt ,.t; ,.
F.r "ly Time.
M,.-r". J. E. Ross & Co., No. 11 N.
Palafox street have perfected ar-
raniL-ment- for the manufacture of
tho. he-t window screen ever placed
upon tt i murker. They claim for
it the following de-irable features:
It can be removed ard stored
away at the end oif the fly season
withioutthe use of tools; the blind
and -lish of the window can bhe easily
handled from the inside without in-
terference or trouble from the screen ;
it is simple in construction. and the
price is so low as to be within tlihe
reach of all. Call and examine it.
and leav- your order for any number
from oni to one hundred.
No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's
FINE POI'LTRY.
At C. Corner's Poultry Yard.
I am now ready to sell eggs for sr t-
ting from the following bIre(ed- of
chickpn-: Dark BIrahlmil:t, P.ir trid(e
Coohiil-, L.i lt Br;ai'i:-ma. \VW white
Cochin-, Plyl~'minth lIt'k-, Hr'wn
I,.'.hslrn-. Wyvnidot-. MIy fowl- areF
fromn the, very h.-t -t;ain- to lie
foin111 i. : 'l I i i vite tt l iil i, to t ill
aind -,'e n.p p!i"Il'tiy y": i-*l t T7i.
, f .r I.' ,'. .. ;:. L' I ' -.
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M0 NTAiN

MINT TONIC

Everybvhody Inopd- a tonic ti.sZe
l:izy spring day- to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint T uni
doe- this It invigorates and puri-
fies the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong: and it gives one who i4 all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
lar-. Try it. It Is made in Pensa-
cola by Dr. Philip E. Hannah. For
-- A%% Aix R. ... On


tout 3,04son ln


STYLES


JUI


OPEN[


SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND MONkDA

S| $3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks .. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00


I FANCY PARASOLS.


SWe offer our Entire Line at
ti Cut Prices Saturday
and Monday.


SBoys' IVasable Suits.

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


SBoys' White and Colored it'

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


Gents' Sumffmier Clothing.

S Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7 50.
$10.00 and $12.50.
Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.50 to $7.50.


+)Special Prices on Patterns.**


1n 0


William 0o0son & $son.


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

i*=Repairing Attended to Promptly.z(:-
1o EAST (GARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSA('ol\. t.


SOL


CAHN


&


Co.


*3z~3sOFFER *


Hi NFILESS ('(PD)FIS-H, -II Il"EDDED ('01).,;'-f
SMOKE!) HAL.IBUTl.
CROMTARrY HLOA)ATERS, H~OLLAND EL %
sT:.)('iK visif.


(CA N N 1)T( -N.NN'F' S 11,


KTI'PEREI) IIERIU'Nf;. ANCHIOVIES I\ 1';
LOB-STERS, CLAMS.


('AM(H(PWTER.


'BUY THE BEST."


E: ; IIE"RIGERA T'!'.% RS a re ,(i it i tii t" it.,
-y 'i'tav'e a I IAbo I wei D i '' ~~ A I I l'J% II~t,)N 'IA I A
:. : .A! I Wt Iv I IA rI. --.


SOur Ice Cream Freezers: -'


\VA 1M N'TEI TO'()FIREEZE I;ZE .


qoB%.


INI'1 TE-


GERSON,K-


107 South Palafox.


25_cents will pay f.,r the Saturday
edition of the Jacksonvill- Metropo-
li", ta large s or 12 page paper.. from
now until Nov. lath, by mail only,
and $2.00 will pay for the Daily
Jack-onville Metropolia from now
until Nov. loth. for ca"h in advance
only. The object of thi- uniparal-
lelled offer is to give the people of
Florida a chance to keep post,-d on
the news of the coming political
campaign at extrme'y liow eot. and
also to make them better aeqi.iatited
with the leading free silve-r and
Bryan newspaper in the state. It-
cartoons are alone worth doib.- the
rnif*nDv-


Fine furniture in s.il '*"
Stffijs, including I ,' ,''
rockers, at very reao mn"6
prices. Their .vock i .,V '" -
plefe. Don't buy an/,i '"-
in furniture until yjll '
sfet, .Marston Fi,,;
stock.
The best 6 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.
I 1 OEM-"


To those living
in malarial districts Tu:ts Pils
are indispensable, they kc,:fe-
system in perfect crder L.-dl -A

an absolute cur::
for sick headache, indige-.tiun
malaria, torpid liver, con-,iita-
tion and all bilious diseases.

Tutt's Liver Pills


THE MAN WITH THE HOE.
He DIesn*'t tI aym Like to Hear Po-
*-try About Himawlf.
ru;r:;.pjl L.--i ;T tIhi.nk that t1e fi:A-
e t thi:, ,r: i..- ..:rld. v a, , ,lr-s
like a tra p:.;. !, 'sI-'t to 'h v'e a di'l ,!*1
ar'our:! u;il...n a f;irTi T.:t :.** t,. l u t
far fr<,:: . ..- ::.:' .. :. a
re-r.;ir.:-- L T a: v :.. '.. A .i r

and L,+ ;:.. I,.. ,* !.i:m : :: a *. ;.t.

a ni L- ;.: I !..: ti... : '"a :

that n e- .,:.r '.. .--, I t* l..,*'
w -.ith tL::Ii.-. ';t '*,; J..;:. : 1 t *
Inl -rf. r v :- x :. :- N.,*:- ,. -- ,.
a Wb o ;k::nn. l I. !. n this
b a cka ti- .T t e
w att! Ii t . : **
I i;.,' ,'., :: ,t w ,':k a f
r id e n.?! 'w :i * "" ',, V ," ;
drove aIl. r.i .. ,ii.t ry r. i :h l .i -

"' O' h. l ,.'k :.,'!l.'..t.,l : :;.. "TI ,r, *:
th m an n x;.'ti .:l i'n .: I'. rt :ja:i ..
"'A tbrret.*. r t..- x.' ;.. tel l
Second.
-*Who toe,-n ani lft !.,.wn tLis
brutal Jaw?' nLurie.ur, :ti- tir-t.
"'Wtos was T ; l- ;aud that slant-l
back this brag ,'' sarul the sw -onl.
"'Wbhoae le-atL LiOew out the light
witLf hin h i rala':" (,,ntinuetd the first.
S"Tb-re it ro 1 Lape njore terrible
than this" crtid the second.
*Wltbti the uptlune.s of agent his
fate" exclalmied the first.
'TMat was the last straw. With a
reast of rage' Grumply threw down the
boe and fl*l to the bouse., wilk l-wats
careful to have myI laugh out before I
tted him. He tame Ia'k to the city
with m e. and I understand that the
tro las on the market. his agent bav-
tug orders to a, .pt the tirst offer re-
,etv*d."-I. .trolt F-'r-? 'recs.

Only One Tklm to Do.
"That t-et of autiqiue oak furniture
does iot match the woodwork of the
bowte." i "Well. If you think I'm going to buy
another set (f furniture." he annoutc-
ed. "you ar- itu;staLk-n."
"Why. of .*-'.us' n.4t. ,-a!r." she an-
swea rd. "'T1,- fi:nLiture is all ri:rLt.
but l'ni afraa ,e \\ v ill la%- to get au-
otLer Lous. "- !_.,ag'~ I',ot.

A %seec*.-ful Poet.
M <.Ji;:,e-r i 1 : ii t Il-atn ta tell me
%Vill Jorta s i .:le -a ul his t ii n.-y through
serltll;i. ;. Tr\ V lii th. stuff Le
t;-d to gi r l;l o 't n 4 11. ly r't.
T]hilug.i:iin' I !.:i., v. tl'it ie ,got into
t!.< f:a;a :., . : T', I ,. an'l 1,is
r:c'li hi] uhn t *. .! -* it-it..,' t 'a-IheI'.
cut t:r-l ,.' l ;.. : : < '.'t ,1 f it. .o ltie
bIougt.t \\i;IJ. ofT l'ohif. I.n. t 'a l'r- s.

As'nIne- I'! llmiaphy.
"T h .r '. ..-* :. ..it ,:.." i;: l the
anlk* .\. in i t. ... a ;\\;:y :it tih ih' tlt '.-s

Sr l.rIn l rn' -*: '. "It t.i.'. a runt
' a'lit r :,. ,. .: '.. 'uit a zi''Hat soul's
raly -i r< |tr :,'. .\1v he' haw-hbe-
Law: A . . 1.:. h .'."--('hica-
go Tril'iun*

('heleen Ilo a 4 re ot So Slow.
('Ltlsea 1I. .!;ia:. .: a. l1 ." i old are

Moth. ; .* : i sxt Il..;'t .day I shall
be .'0 ;t- !.
4'b'l*.a I ... ii.:anria. ihy don't
you tcel.lei:' <> .ur gl,,n'u wiedding?--
Boston a --
< stul lou..
tle--IN, lw 1' ,-,k klnoiw we are to
Lave any ont i. litar:e'r?
ibhe-No. dec-'; 1 hn',un't told her yet.
IIe-Tben cooteal It from he.r as long
as you (Ian. We w tont to make as good
an impression as possible on our guests.
- Type.


'Raw wen.ther.- suggested the first.
"True~." epie bo- other. *And yet
I um r~aw a trinn who, sttepim-d on a
coal bole eoo t'r *e to a turn.' "Ci
-ago P"4.
Calling Down.aPoet.
'M~e lndiann lpee.. w'ho llifihtly sns
"Hie. for The zsinjle nn'l bo for the
m[h:' is r4eIM-ctfu~ll inforined that
the Sat'-hu" Irn't running to any ex-
tent this Sprinug.-ClevelaznJ Pllin

The "o-O.rvitic %gat.
He on- ratk'.-rf rd f ~in tIcsgcap



A da i N..s n t e t.r. r 2. an lh-,r on

lie s: n ti r 4' f r ...r i~. ..i to



n e r. %: n-a' '* '.e x


I .. t an : . : ..os r r ,
sor c%,n c(.r4'* tard ui I r., tc wrin a st re
eutt ste gI~m~c lin. L e '' ~kt!.a!t k*.wl, J
it. ru t C C 'T '-I a'' r.
And t b..n v, e.se ra n sd awaY a-vrii.ng very'

Ah.. 1, r .,sl !mar ..f t, .rs'. it uas a sa un
lie man'O.-rarousi d4, ct-!I h~aIt fm Lo irrflh p-r-
'Tie fwt tw-vuee %be tw'ns t rn dcvm. a0 tearing
1W t he h r.- 'r tc fit z"a. cae. ar.1that is s~
he'a gT eO mg.
--chuicgobercord.


IN UNtITEDSTAYES COURT.1
Ilartm Entm eS uit Agalait BmildtaX
and Loan Aqwoclmlon.
ATLANT'A. Arril 14.-'.%-,j ne did
the Interstate EBuiiaing and bean a'o
ciation avert a r- -~'hnfiitht in th4-
-m upericer eourr f knl-0- u tvby. Tor-
In:r t!.p p-tinone-r th veilu' !
('f hii-it, w-k han it w i- :fr v. 1,yva
.,..zin ar bill ita tlia* U ri;,.-I .a: :ruA 't
cu)rz. T. B. Martin ,r a. ri-r. az:
R jnt',r & Cd *r .mid T. L 1, .

N ew mxan &.,rder, I a.-h-- l.4f,.jdazu r. --.t
't',za t-. a':ear t f. r.- hai uSaturiar.
A p ril 2 1 1 2''', t"-. : .w c a e w i a

In tli-e z nt n' a inz -h hear-
2Iiw. the *Ief-taifae1nt. :- ,f.-r- and
a,_- -D -, ir* r ..'' d a n :u .1 ;'-d r in
T h ~ :. :oi -inig.t-*r d i!-:-; m .. f h e



THE TURF REVIEW.


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It :.. t t t ..'. L. i r.. ', m ore
*- ; '\ : i: ; t, ::.r il" i :I t a 'tu 'ky tby
",, .]tiun ". 4. i-. n y any other
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i. .t the re;i.rd of :i.ajt of the Manor.

Tr.he aera ..e.. fs of horses transport-
ed from England to Afriea as been
4 5 per cent. exclusi;ive of the transport
1-inore, which sunk.
lIte. J. W. Aruy. the well knoth di-
ine. farmeriy of Michi,. gan. Is In New
litrk gett ang up a stable to campaign
rltcutgh the grand iy of ut.
A. T. Wa:d'-s fast pacing mare. Thel-
ia-. -'.2.'.. ty PBen-tactor. is in charge
rB:;n a'ol ra.-."' hr the coming season.
': h exa t,.rice for Flying Fox in
.L,'-r!-,.a -..ony wan $1i.08.75. A
guln, n is $ *. ad. o "d 37.500 were given
fo:- the Lort. ~ bldb makes the sum
-!ated above.
The Praytell Max!ne nmat,.h prellmi-
u'nri-s being se:tlehd. Quakor 'ity borse-
Vitan ar": now ltens','te.d In a proposed
nratch ra'e l; tween P'atsy K. 2:PS.,':
Paul. 2:,7L-:; Maxine. 2:,t'. and Diak
Ma.' 2:14' ..- Horse in1u.


STAGE GLINTS.
I!gly It-.Il l:as agt'u.. into vaudeville
89 a oinD4Ilo",gist.
I-adre Iuish willl g-o starring in the
l,.'3 loi'anld E'redal ain sh e have been

Mary Lur,',ss. wif- of Neil P.urg".s',.
!::- l'1-sol th'rou h!i bankruptcy. S ,;--,
,;Vil o\ *r Sto.-Ni.
I'aul .Ai;l.:;r is playin C('vptain Ah-
<.';tt in t1!0 r'vv: al r" f "'The School
,oi aii tal" in eLonion.lJ .
I s' ,If l!]op:-. r ':i:y l!:;ix'lsonal!t e
1;;I :li)n \V ;ikl," tw T .i. Hl e w ill
i :. t .i.tf't'S i'> I i in; a comui!c
oK ra.
The 'el.y S. hal::. n play for next
. :'-' M :i;':a I .1 '- -ou : s an 'ni'li't*I as the
p .'. wrl '!,1
': 1.,. Wa'nl.,; .1!a,'I,wll <,,ithination
I ill a ',a.it: i., T hroi .';Ih i iet.xt se 'as#on.
.n.. i '- p;.iy ill f'r i te r'p'-rtory.
;.-, t i. y iol il :' :I r.
',:li:u n til e' e 'l.r's quairrel with the
Si ..*t..1,' J-ran"-a;:'l Ins hbeen settled at
!t .t. "I'!:, i e'n ,ll I a-nves hifm free to
m. ev'ir, he pilea -'s ianl gives up Ita
~, t' ) to the I.1. frian's forfeit. .
T1: priuL il *pal lrt in a English
i.,alornmn now betlug written Is a girl
who has coi:n from the Island of .Jcer-
any andl haus t;'oum e Ideotitl d with the
London "fast set." It Is said that the e
c':ar;aa ttr is in-.1:nl'-- l for Mrs. l.ang-
try.


The Jewelry M!' s Arthur wears ng *
Enimpre'..1 Josephine has h-ee'n faithfully
,-opihd frunm tihe original-* still on ex-
l.ilition In wh:t i-4 called the Na-
poleonIic i.ow:I t.'-'i:!"t. carefully
ruar,-4 l at t!'e .oiuv;i-e museum in
Paris.


one 31nn's Wisdom.
L)iX-10i4l you ever get stuck on a
countel-felt bill?
Ifix-No. When I got hold of one. I
Ivave It In nly P(-Wket, nild Uly wife ap-
propriates It.--42hicago News.

No Strawberries Priosided There.
**A%'e Dever get tired of baked apples
at the place where I Ilve.-
"You doa't?"
"No; we know If we did we'd get


Doemn't Need to AVear Long Hair.
Winks -1 can tt 11 a puet the woment
sov 1.;:1..

i,--%r Elie oue.-


Vaclel Pride.
I'le 14);,vpl horse. "I
L,-Nt.r ,I:y at L:i Lu*.,)LiiobIIe. T:iat
I 1:ty Lne oiKa to a char.ze of
ilal-ICII)II!,
Nurth American.
Had to Be Taken Down.
Mr. Bi-uwu tvlls me you
gave his boy a lwat'ug. Dill you?
TOL11tL1Y--4-*011MV I dill. His llaW 90t
Hin a new bicycle an-I a dog.-Indian-
apolls VM-Ss-


J. L BAKER KILLS HIS WIFE.
Walks Up to Her and Sbooto Her With-
out Any Warning.
ATLAVTA, April 14.-Becanoe she had
refused to live with him. James L. Baker
walked into hi-q wife's house -n Kenne-
!saw street last af t-?rnow)n and sh,)t hi-r
thr,)ng+-- the hr-ad. iufl;eting
from which she (',At-(i four hour, la-,,r.
Mr,;. Raker bad st par-dtd fr)ru i-,.r
huband last Saturdal;, and had z-ii,- t,
live with Mrs. 'Mart!ia J. Payne, at
whose hoxLse the tragr-dy rLioe.
Thp inmatt-6 of tau 11(,use w,
per when Baker walke-O into thq)
r0o)lil. There wa.,,; -i4, licti- -aid. aii-i the
shootinir wai (Vn, ,j qni-kly, tlut i; ,
nne rt-aliz,-d vvlijAz htil Lap1wut-d w.1-il
Mrs. Bakor f,11 Iran ht-r (uair ju-rrailly
wounded.
Offic-i-.- w-re and Eaklk-
arreved, tfi--
his wife t-) t,;,- 11"-; iL.J1 wlif-r- ---hr Ili
aI:,,.nt P) '(-I -ok.
Theaffair li.i-i wi-l
hiin-J
0-1 at -ol Oun b-.-a
ban-1, anri al ti.Lt 11-- 1,1-
wif,-- 1) t-,.m f C*f!r!,-- A. :t
V

at hi
"ha, 'Ir !11:7, Il'i
at Pi-vi-n ,,, I I


F vcnT wnrnan in t'-e c,-.,.::;try
oug--t to kLow ab)ut


NOIbCr"S MCFA
Th e vrho 4-, know abo--.t it
w-n-kr how t-,Iev Z(,. a7ong
wi th it has rol)bt c
tv7-r-ri for many a
u 7: Iz has presen-t:41 he-
gr:;-i-- a r -Al ,: a v od h b
sl:fft:7nZ. A ,n cx-t:rnal ":ii;,-
and m"ll
a.;
zl.,:- a-e 'i:.)! to z i..; t I



c all tl f
C (.3 0). V.


kn,),.k-% an
Cfa;:-,,l tr> the govd

A La,
herna;. TrIv
fin, s.x I wa lal-, r
24 t- ;-j A.'ttr u-ing
Nlo"t-r's Frivn,!, my s,-vcnth was
burn -, n 4 huurs. "
Get Mother's Friend at the drug
%ime, SI.00 1*-r k.utri.-.
THE BR4D[XLD RMLIQUTOR CO.
ARMITA, "
our free -'BMjRJt BABY
is DO.LN. I


A. M a AV E R`Y
(Aftesslow so Aemy 0 we-'dfnih. s
IMPORTER AND JOERNR OF


:1? 4ft - ov
Iron, Naills, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and 8teamboat Supwies. C,-ok;W
and Heating Moves, Paint. Oils and Window Gl&sa.
aad Tinware and Hounfurni4bing Good.s.
Gans, Pistols and Fishing Taakle.

AGZNT for Birmingham Rolling KL11s Company, Revero Gia1w
Stitched Belting, Northampton Zmery Wheel Coc-pany, Lattin a r,&r..j
Powder Company, Johnson's HalsomIne, Iron Yking and Duck'L4 stvvaa
and Ranges, Ww. Coups 60o.'s Raw Elide Laos Leather. Wasary's Rsady
Mado U&I.Jrq" Colors.

Mmonic Temula, Penvola. Flit.


In Use For Over 30 Years,
P.C ca"TOL-01 compfiev. T? mumnow sy"ItcV. ftew Wo" C,

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DR, NOFIL, All I W' Z.
Rcxulau
Strcnqti -
WILL100 EETHIN Makcs Tcz--
;wx &W FAI T (Tccthin A
_g Powdcrs) TEETHINA Rcl;%'; I-
CeStS only 5 CatS at pnggW TroubleseHr -C
W At f
Or rests to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOU IS. V 0.


First National Bank

OV PENSACOLA. FLA.


WX. H. KX0W LES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. K. BYER. J]i
D. G. BRENT.



r Is : 11 nit col lgl!
VI'l i D11161 1:dR 1 B1 -

#'ArWe d7aw our, ;)wu bill-4 tif Vxchanw on Great Bri,.on. 1:0-'3r
germany. Frarwe. Ac-41.ria. Italy, H-41and. Spi:-.-. Ht-iorinm,
wuy. dwedea. Denmark and otLer European conatriei..

EW'Ve.*Ael-3 Diabnrsed upon %be Most Favnrab!4 Tor-na. Prd
Obligations Taken Payable at Fort of Deaziu&uon Ton or FjfteiL
after Vess6i Arrlve4 ,are
SW-Safety Dep4mit Dozes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Rentez4L





McMillan Bros. Co.1


r;-,ht to, rejerct any or all th!d-,


s d aW b0olin for tts


Colimfed MAW No --- 21 in Turpoe Sfill,

&a ** a ad "ft in IN

MOBILE, ALA.


Brittlpia Qurp:iois all other mak#--a-
peanut. eveilanut, pop corn and wal-
Ilut.
IZOSS & CO.'s
WINDOW SCRFENrz.

WINTED.
Wild to key WI Mods of Ucene
hod Forsiters, Norghtedise, Ic.




HINSK LION, BEER!


J. VIDAh) Site Wbolmler

ILSO C131.111 BRAID113 111it IU91TID AID 00119

Pal Janpos aN gr1o 3.rkv Celeiratel Tki lis,
TRf A BOIT11 Of CHIRY TQI1C.
PHONE 1-54. P. 0. Itox Sm
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
rrow. Dplivery to Any Part of the citv.
eW-All orders left at Tho (Mce, Vlds4 & P-4=ltb. will re ca.--*
att-nded to.



Tit 11WS' W11T COL 19 Is


A



for Infants and Children.
Castoria 1,4 a harmless substitute for Casbor Oil.
Drolos and Stpothin%yrup,4. 1i is
=,=s neither Opium, I orphi.-ve viopr other
substance. It detn)y!-4'%Vorvns and ala'ays
it cares Diarrho-a and Wind Colic. It relie-i-o-A
Ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It re-ulate.. tl,..
fitonjach and 134w-elm, giving healthy avail nawral !-jip.
The ChUdren's PanAces-The Motlier*s Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bomc)"'',!,
,.*I Bem the Signature of


DAILY MAR&KEIr BEPOI


OR4!N AVr% PROVISIONS.
';HICAuti. Apr:., 11 f, 6 -S
W-MJLAT-.\Iay
ISSAT-J 12 1 r ........ ....


t;owi-july
4,oLts---eptem
UATS-
UATS---NI&Y
VATS-JuiT ...... ....
VAT&--St I) ef:i*wr
kooiM- X p r: I
.. ...... ... I'm

"Sp.-A p ri I ..... ....
LAJU)O-May ............ 7 10 ....
AND--,.-:Opt*M ber
Atme-April .. .........
ALims-May ............ I 2V/e
ALM-4617 ............ ....


I J. U5
.271,
.271i;
.071"
7.41
.921,/9
7.0


APHORISMS.
r)nrs of respite are golden days.-
South.
To b.-nr Is to conquer our fate.-
CamplAl.
Ile that sips of many arts drinks of
none.- Fuller.
Who makss quick of the moment Is a
g4mlus of prudence.- 1A rater.
To be proud of learning Is the great-
est Ignorance.-Jeremy Taylor.
Obedience Is the mother of success
and Is wedded to safety.-.1E9cbylujL
To cultivate kindness Is a valuable
part of the business of life.-Johnson.
No man who has once heartily and
wholly laughetl can be altogether and


We will launder your spread!3 for
16 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Lautdry.

No refrieferator on the
market can equal those. sold
by Marston cf Finch. C all
and see what beauties they
are..


F. C.BRFNT


W.M. H K.%()WIEE4.


It P.i.YK


Irreclaimably depraved.-Carlyle. es- DURTFAA Cigars are
.xature tins made wcupation a nee
sity tt) vjs. soeiety makes It a duty. Ahe finest 5 cent smoke.
habit may make it a pleasure.-Capelle. TiT them at D'Alem-
Modern education too often covers berte's.
the tingers with rings and at the same
time cuts the sluews at the wrists.-
Sterling. PROPOSALS VOR POLICE U.%;l-
Defeet to niannem is usually the de- FORMS.
foct tof line riem-eption& Nk--gwnce Kaalpd hidq will hs- rpeciv.,ri hv t!i.- R ar(l
C011103 Of no breediug. but of Nrth.- Of Pliblic t4ftfotv lititil Agmt !-,
for furni-hinit !-umrvifer urilforinit fir tti I
Einerw)n. !i(-"d#-pxrtmpnt. ]lie Roftrfl reseiveb ttie


ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Chinniown. Ran rranc!Aeo. has a free
diSljvDSa1'Y-
is Dow rallsvil in County
lr#-1;,r4I. it gi-oxvs luxuriant] y
atill is sal-I to too **t%,.-i-v as btrong as
t,,.e strungs,.-t toliaro s4old.-
tintv a week, the staff wtivers of Me
nu,.Nian.ai iny aNiinfil, unil#-r the pres-
of tle 4rand lptike Vladimir to
ow proz;-is, or t!,e 114wr war.
The czar attend-, tile 1114*t-
ings.
the c.nlinary --minwroial s-ill-
(-VIA:f. ;wil is jw!,)u an(I forwomen
ni a food in forelgu coun-
tries. it I!; chiltneol ttiqt acid
mnoi, from the oil of wint#-rgreen Is

In Mj.-Innvi the war ha..; revived the
custom of bracelot wearing In honor
of the soldlers. which datpR back to
the vikings. The Moce of Wales, the
Duke of York and many of the younger
members of the royal family are ob-
serving the custom.


Dom ow Tin KiM Vu Nw &*p Bq%

of

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


"YQUI

May objeck to gittin' up'
and building' the fire in
the mornan'. but if you
commence with hAr at,
once you may be able to
overkurn this pro-joodigs.
I regret to ob-;arvp that I
didn't commence ar y
enuff. * * It was a
rather cold mornin'when


.~;a~%i4:


I fuat propoied the Wei-
to Be'ay. It wan't w-11
received. and I found
mv:-elf la.vin' )n tho, floor
prfttv.ltuddpnt. I -
I I*d git up and
bill t:ie
Anr%,u-i Ward.


W:11 buiN t!.-- fir,- if
L, i v P 11. r a UA,-; RA N 0 F.
BUSY :i-,.d vou c.iri uitil
bred k f a - t i- Bw.-y cau also
-1pepa hallf h,,.,.- a-; the fin-
i-tirted matintly. Simnl.-. -atrikf-d
IlIdtch arAd v(--ur f -, .,*--. ::i f,;.1 OT ot
in nn- i. (I., y ally



0 1 -,-7r iioiv in
Use iii Pensaco"a.


Ranges Set on Trial.

GAS HINGIES $13. c"JUICCI I ;Cc.

Ppmenh fii Co-


Endorsed by all PhYsician-, as the
only Wer abtolutely free fri-,ni adul-
teration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,


R


,TS.


Coppersmiths,,",:


THE ORI(3XNJ L--*m


STv LOM3s


PENSACOLA. OiUA JLVo









* THE DAILY NEWS: -PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900.


hOC~s $EMS JOTES


loom Mom" fr ~tjrew"WWO d quwy
.shovwrs w4the.. mt4rma to ight. cleartnt
Tuesday: bri*& 1u.leigh V~the..utshift ing tv
0-69uWt w'*fmini. JIarsmunmteumpevatu rs ester-
vid4, #;SP degrov.; muumumtn1&0a24 hours. 62.
Mitat, lo-pie LeBaron left to-day
for Atmore, Ala.
There wiii be a meeting of No.
"Il. K. .,f L.. t.-uig:nt.
Misti Fat.i.jt- E. 0ivter of Molino is
viritlng fri.-iocs here this we~ek.. I
J. J. Mcda~kill of Freeport regis-
tered at Lti~rk-cia~mwta yesterday.
M1rc- R. B. Kiwe sill leave to-
night fur her hvm.-, Ligonier. Ind.
Hou. .J. Ed. (YBrien left on the
12.45 train -)-day ior Wash~ington.
J. W. Croft of Omaha. Ntb.. at-
rived at tne Mt-rchauttr ttii- uiuruniig.
Chief Bsak.- te?-ted the newly pui-
itig.
C. Y. f..X FrklariA. Ala
daty.
T. D. W I Ce i. i; :-Y w3-u anuivig


Ucon. Bruce "ofI I~gd id wai' amii.Or
Gay.
Murrasy i.d Mfuck wi," naake '.-u


bureau-, tw-- t)LAf t"~. -w uire.&Aj-
is few day!-.

and her trePut.,lvrqe- it fq.-i a
house to- niatizt.


There were thirty
Mayor Hialiard ttjii
the flaue amounted t,


cs-'-- bef.'re


The B.iti-h steam-hip Tre-illian
arrived yesterday trunt i:. Vin.ceut,
consigned to the Gulf Lan*it Co.
Mr. Carson of Atlanta, agent for
the Wheeler & Wilsou sewing mna-
chine, is a guest at the Micms Louse.
Messrs. R A. Goldsmith and Pat
Rogers arrived at quibrantine yester-
day on the steamship Torino from
Havana.
The American schooner R. W.
Hopkins, after being fumigated ana
disinfected, sailed ttisi morning fur
Apalachicola.
Work of laying cement walks
through the Plazat was commenced
this morning atid will be rushed
through a- soon as p ,-sible.
TLere will be a special dummy
to-night for tl.e benelf- of the rei--
dents of the reservation who de-ire
to attend theChipley Ligr t Iufa ,try
Easter bail.
The sm:cek L.ttie H i-kin- i- in
from the atmnpper baniki. with 'ntkAi
snapperP. T.I,- I)xite arriv-d thi.-
morning witt: ;inll poutLa- of Spau-
i-h mackerel.
The Terminal company will run a
late train to-niiht lor t:;e conveon-
ience of ti.,-e who wis-. to attend
the Chapley l.izht Infantry ball also
on to-morutiw uight for the theatre
Ane B. iti-h !.teamrhip Ur-u a
Bright. vtich plies be-tween thia-
liort and T'laupico. was relea-ed from
quarantine- to-day and went up to
her berth at 1Muccogee wharf to load
coal.
Dr. M. M<'-Cr*-ary and wife le-ft t,,.
day for Ev.-r.rt-tn. Ali.. where ith-
doct,r o,-- 01i bu-in,--. From th-re
t:e wll 4Ie tIo Monte niery to att-ri.d
the meeti:-, of the state M.di a -u
Siaetv.
Thie clhu,1- of foul du-t which
liled the ~;r itthe pi incipal streets
thismorninz constituted a striking
object lesson in favor of the move-
ment of the medical society for the
sprinklintr ,1 the streets.
The "Old Maids' Convention" at
the opera hous-e next Thursday
night will be one of the quaintest
and most intensely interesctiag en-
tertainmeat- ever enjoyed in Pensa-
cols. You cannot afford to mi-s it.
The large saw ir ill at Mobile. for-
merly belonging to the Sullivan
Timber Co. but now owned by Capt
J. W. Black. was totally destroyed
by Ire Saturday night. The lose is
estimated at 5W0,000, and is partially
covered by insurance.
Storm southeast signal are dis-
layed at Pensacola and Mobil,.
he storm is central near the middle
of the Mississippi valley, trending
eastward, and causing south-south-
east to south winds, shifting to west-
erl, by Tuesday morning. and prob-
abl thunder squalls to-night.
Laurel Hill Gazette: Florala,
Ala., is soon to have a paper. It will
be called the Florala News, and will
be edited and published by Rev. J.
T. Mapole-,. formerly of the Bap:i-t
Herald. He is a newspaper man of
experience and with the help of the
citizens of that place should make
sthe venture a success.
An erroneous impression appears
to be prevalent to the effect that the
annual meeting and banquet of the
Pensacola Chamber of Commeice
would be postponed on account of
the death of the late Clarence
Knowles. The meeting and ban-
quet will take place, as appointed.
at Hotel Ecamnia Wednesday
evening at o'clock.

TY ATLLEN'S FJ T- SE,
A p. iwd.r ti Ibe shaken into th.- -h,'h -
S,,iur t..--t f-irl w..e-lln. no-rvou. and hot. anid
Vet tir. .1 ,'-tlv If y ou hbt%-\ **narttni lfet-
tor ihtit ti,, .-.. lr. AlLen's Foot-Ea,.-. It
- >ots. tb. f t*-1 lid Iuik-- oualkl't 0-aoeT.
4 ur- swoiu-n. eR1t atlm tf-.-t ian rowaing
nasils.. bll..' arnt callous spots. Reltev-.s
corn- hn1 bualin,011 of ail pa:n anld ives re.-t
and e,,ilort Try it t, day. Hold by all
druigidtA ai.d slhe"- ,.tre, for nc-. Trial
psaka.- lI.Ht E. Addr. s. Ail. *n iinm ted.
IlReKy. N..


l',-p-in Peppermint Wafer? aid di-
gesttou. Ask your dealer for them.
J. 1. Stephens has a larte assort-
ment of solid Sterling Silver aud
Roger's KLives. Forka and Sp..or


S ITIM Mi-liems te Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
Public to know of one ooneern in
SAT the land who are not atalid to be
Dr s uf generous to the needy and suffering.
Transit Co The proprietors of Dr. King's New
or ship Western Monarch. 131s. Johnsn. Discovery for Conpumption, Coughs
St Paul de Lends to Pensacola Lumber Co and Colds, have given away over
Nor bk Professor Johnsen. 1.6, Olsen. n ionta te tl
Bristo to order ten million trial bottles of this great
Rue bktn uta.:W. to W L Witic Coaana to tion of knowing it has absolutely
order cured thousands of hopeless cases.
Am sch Halmar. 5.5. Axelsen. C:denas to Asthma. Bronchitis, Hoarseness
master and all diseases of the Throat, Chest!
"ARRI-D. and Langs are surtly cured by it.:
Br s Tr.an.. uk-. : v.ncent to Call on W. A. D'Alemberte, I)rag-j
Guif Tran-sit.o Rtists. and get a free trial bottle.'
-- regular size 50c. and $1. Every'
CLEARED bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.'
Nor bk tolaBIde. B.. Palerson. hy BTars
I'anwody.& Ato for lsakar and t L.-t'is. with F'OR SLEk


4.Iut5ft dea!s and tharsis. 'aaiue at
sri. I'abraonr.&aIld*r.rn&l carem fnr fJon-
I on. 4,017, Lu cori.. IV .bh I- ro-in.';ewe bbis tur-
p~utmI-. ijiks t-'.or phu~phiato. ',ci to~ns
p-h pbate rk..l114 4-) s ft walnut Elumbe-r.
It ;t rtr 'I.atES:31-.7

Hr ., R'dazIS k..-nei.1aei-
N' 'r-. '-fa. 8;.Surnde-rlnnan'1.:.1(Ard:f!
Ana ss-:ijRW if' ::-. ciihi-ri.fo.r -Atp.


AT U:.'aRAN f: % R
Nor"41 -atmi-r.-, 147.1. 1 :n-.n Ca-:rt-u

Vor t, rA, d::,k... ...or .- -nAber

Ocyc. to 'r'l-r

!..-L~t A :ii-, t*. a7 i t i~ar-

TILE NIlWPjtLN6'.
V XS L iN POIET
-Nor Allrt :*:-. A41. ~a.Ut,)t 'e rrault
-um~ber
~.Nor 4.i:t--. Ifalv.---n. to ocd-r
I r t-: -..".7 .,: .tu W !5 Kes~ryo
tir Capei~ur, W -i:.V I.;r. to W 45 Kt-y "ur&
fir(ar iu- i~1.to VW :$Keyse2r
br Iorona. X.m. Ba br:'ihzo,'o W S Key--
r C
fHpan Fraucisca. :VV, A rrwu.to Gulf Tran-
%it .00
Ar Roes-flp~d. WIP,. McF'-e. to S 1. o
Hr Ursula niigut,-. 2. Coude. tu (vulf
TruniiLtvt


At a Rargain on Easy Terms.
Sweet Home Farm, situated in the
manufacturirk- village of Alin.
Candy Co., Brittle -tate; T.-rims of
sale: 1' cent- f.,r each guess; the
per-,,n guep-i'g in-arest the valua-
t;on of said property. Proce-ed- to
tb- d.-vr-ted to C .tholic Bazaar lund.
For pzirticulars apply to atrent.
WEST FLA. p1EAM BAKERY.


D aos. B u/atsor 9 0o .,
RW-AT. ESTATE,

Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
Corner (Garden and Palaf.,x Streets.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


Uer Augustt I51. Jaburg. to order
It Angela Accame. *.-2. Baretto, cld for
4 ardiff F
Nor Barosa. Vo. Evensen. to H H Boyer
Nor Concordia. 6, emalverson. cld for WE TAKE ALL WORRY
Rotarau
Vort Emeila Elveras. 77. Goncahes, to off your shown
larsm. Ilunwody & Co manage the renting of your hour,
Nor IndiaS. '7'. Jensen. to Oulf Naval lecting of rent. payment of tax
Stortes.c o. anceand repatri, and everytbtng
Nor Loulse. 101, Lorentsen. eld for Har- nection with the proper careo'yc
wick or property, as conscientiotalM
Kus Louis. ,3. Janseon. LoW 8 Keyser & would youralf. We keep down
Co and see that the houses ar. kept
Nor Merzapore. e175. Johnson. to Baars. condition for which ourerhargkep
lun raedyA tv ea ab'e. We are HEI qL'ATE
.Nur Nora.1-in, Mikke:sea. to Pensacola RENTERS. and append a list of I
Lumber Co sirable dwellings:
Ku srmou. 7-4. Johanesen. to Pensacola s.rable dwellings:
Lunubr t4.o WW. Cor. Iteus and LaRua stre
%ur -m '!d.549.Haumn eld for Rotterdam room .
Nor tl"sarae Puternen. eld f.r Dakar 8. W. Cur. us and oilumnt stre
Ain .lanz it. 7,:*.. Eckvr, to z E haun- No Eat mlth trejt. rooms
do Ea Cu... ... .... ... ...


5' H')ON E',.
Am E;sa A Bay-4. *.1. benson. to master
For,--t Brouk, Br, :7-.,. Mani..<. ard:ff.
.an j ojalmar. .%. AXe-!on. to matter
Am Hatti- H hartuur. -,.*E. Erk.ne. toJno
A Mt-rritt & i o.
I;r Julia kt-lizabetL *,', Sweeting.. to in:is-
ter
hr Polonlce..2. Fl'ostr, toorder
Am Retccca I Mou ton. :2 Cook to order
UP. CLKARIu AND SAILED FOX FEPIt-
SACOLA.
*TKAM8EIPs.
Faltis of ;nversnasid. Hr. ;170'. Hunll March 1I
Lanim-rmniur, Ir, l2.5, Lasceie-r. at Tyne,
Mch 21
Noidpoil. ir.I' l Groenock March '.
Kotiterf id. Itr., i-t. Cox. Cardiff March 12
Kuth, .Nor. :.". at New Castle March 15
41I tcrolt. tir. l';,.C'as ap. Antwerp March 2
Angela LSchlaffine. It. e!d Marteilles Jan -'4
Aeatbhe, Nor. 2,7. lid Atatwerp Iec It
Ada. wSed'. *':. at Table Mav Fe- i:,
Alfrt-do. lt.<7. t d 0enoa Feb 17
Ariionts. lIt. i..l sid 4adic March 3:
HolI;va. Nor. v-* sid Moss March -IV
Bertrand. Nor. -44. old L. .r Mare 1ii,
Hanchatto. It,1.44, sid (Carthageta, .lan %3
Chltwftain. Rue. WK. at Itre-lona. Feb 6
Ertrreo. It. ld Iuni i-c
r ritz (4utav. Ru.. .td Runcorn March 7
Fiducia. It. .7, -d Valencia March 1.1
F'abo. It. 5). ald Napales Sept 12, ashore
Nov :, near Port Roval
iulla R., It. 117 id Marseilles March N
Gaetano Casabona. It. llwv, old Genoa
March 9
Kentegern. Nor. 71. sald (.luckstadt March 7
Johan lrgens. Nor. sid Christiansand Nov lo
Jobanne. Nor. sid Tonsburg Dee 9f
Lacaruna. It. 748 id Marseilles Feb2O
Saris Margaretha, Swed. aid Cape brown
March .
Mlchele B. It.Sid Genoa March 24.'
Mareelia. It. bid Hamburg. NovT
Melutone. Rue. W. *old baroness Feb 20
Moate A. It.70. *Id Marseilles March 8
Pioner. etir. 1194. at London March 11
*om.-ro. It. lS., aid Htotterdam March 23
Pieta. It."-. Pld Marseilles March 19
Racbelle P. It. 10i. aid Marseilles Feb -
RIbe. |Jan. 44 at Kabia Jan 04
8 nbad, Nor. 61.o sld London March 2t:
SValuta. Nor. ala Leith Mcb 10
Virinia., It. sld Madetra, reb 32
Willard Mudget.-. *;L, ld idBaharst, R O
Mch 21
A Life and Death eight.


Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester,
Ia.. writing of his almost miraculous
e-cape from death, says: "Exposure
a'ter measles induced serious lung
trouble, which ended in consump
tion I had frequent hemorrhages
and coughed night and day. All my
doctors said I must soon die. Then
I began to use Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption. which com-
pletely cured me. I would not be
without it even if it cost $5 JO a bot-
tle. Hundreds have used it on my
recommendation and all day it never
fail. to cure Throat, Chest and Lians
troubles" Regular size -5c. and
$1.iml. Tril bottles free at W. A.
D'Alemberce's drug store.
GRAND EXCt'RIIOV.


To Mobile and New Orleans Satur
day night. Ap;::l 2,. leaving Union
depot at li):;ht 0 n regular passenger
train. F.re for round trip: Peiasa-
cola to Mobile. $2.5il; Pensacola to
New Orleans. $5 50: from Canton-
menit Salle -- Pensacola. Parties
de-iriug -ie-el'e-r will apply to ticket
aieutt in tii .-. Purchase ticket at
ticket ftit-v. I'i.kets good for five
da. s t :turnti on PIy regular pas-
-ie ger train. o.'r fur:zter informa-
tion aprly to
RoRT.KINo or
P. THOMAS.
Pensacola.

FLY SCREENS.


ilderq, and
es, the col-
es, insur-
i in con-
our houses
y as you
Expenses
i in good
.re rea'on-
:R FIK
a few de-
set, l'o
2 .11 -WIt
7 J:-


^u. -- "L uoYernmfntI1 strtt, O
room s . ... .. ..... I 50
No.-- East Churcht treet, 6 rooms. i.'S.,i
No. 331 North DV\illiers str,-ef,'.rooms i1n.1.i
No. 7 North Sorilg strt. 5 roona-., '.AI
No. :il1 West LisRu street, 4 roou s. .'I
Neariouldilng. Fla..6 room .. 1.A0
West Inn-rarity street 4 rooms .... .. J
No. 4="J Nortb Davil stte-t. 4 rooms 7.u
s. W. Cor. Garden and DeVi liers t..
3 room s . ........ ... .... ....


HIIGULAI- IliIlI


--FOR--


25 Cents


-AT-


Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
-hort Orders o'romptly Served all Hours
of Day or Night.

Fish and Oysters in All S'yles.


Nick Apostle.


Easter Sale!


We have Rece

Dress Goc

Furn


**


CA683


SPOL POTICES.


Easter Bargains



OHN COr
tq 19 1 f Al 1


* RAGCET STORE.


* *


f We Pride Our-elvePA on Havinz the Grande-t an"ii M.-:
Exquisite Selection in


S Spring and Summer Dress Fabrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Greatest: Ch,.,ie or the Mo-t Celebrated 31Minzufac:tur-


Ladies' Shirt (laists;-
Al-o a Great Variety of


S Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-lade Suits
JIUS'T RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.
As UI'ual W' Le i in S tvle. and Price-. 0t:- Mr--
HugheP, tl e He ad lia l inner. well -u-'ain- :-r
Ro+putati,,n ;, a n I'n-to-Date Arti-t. W\ ar-
Crowds I. ;iv- your Orders Early f.r
SYO)'R EA.STER HATS.


SOur Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Becommendationi. Men. Women
and Children are More than Convinced that they
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoes a% *he
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & (O.'S
g> TORE.....

Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,
Men's Underwear,
Boys' and Children's Suits---
At Redieulously Low Prices.

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

- We Invite the Public to Look Into Our Show W:r.
dows for Prices. Plenty of Good-! Plenty of C;erk- to
Wait on You'
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE.

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


r W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


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Lectures


I'NIVBRl ITY OF VIR.INIA
31st Hummer. July 2 to iopt. 1. '** 1 -
pecially hlptul to beginners. toar !-I -i
yor admin4lon to the bar. r-c( I0. .
pract loners who bhave lack-.l iu-Ir .
Sror ('CamtnIrue*iddre"s
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W sible for debts cntrae%-:
the erew of s ld vessel.

Easter Sale!" "'-- ges


N IPTHERthocapta.r.
nor consig$ osea f t, ,
Alkalls will b" rp...p n..'
ived Our spring Line of Up-to-Date .,---...Wi. t. .-
Verrault Lumber eco.. s.
Ads, Ladies', Misses' and Gents' c"""-
N-llJTHKRl t oepta'n.,,w-,
ishings, Shoes and Slippers. A..- ...- -o, -,
of I for debtse ontract-.
theo"ofo @aid Voeml.


25 Dozen Men's French Neck Hal- 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vest.. :,I-inch Solid and White Duck.
briggan Undershirtsat25cents each; Li-le Thread, our price 25c each or our price....................... llc
Drawers to match. $-.75 dozen. i Yard-Wide Se-a I-land Cotton
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or colored d 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at........................... 5c
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price .-"oc. each : I Yard-Wide Fitchiville Hiach-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. ed, made by Ln-darle (..
30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 I)ozen Fancy and White Silk while it lasts............... 7'12c
briggan or Fancy Underehirts, nice Pleated Bosom Shirts. our price $1 NI: Piete- Lat-est C(licto at....... 4c
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all cises. -Caie Palhui-. iirh
match. 1W e carry the largest line of Men 1- V ra t.u. ( n. .h.dm*
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt, in te City Varra .................
Balbriggan Urdershirts at 50 cents; at the Lowest Prire-. Jui-t r-eived a full line of Skirts
Drawers to match. 36-inch Spring Percale-, our and Shirt Wait: : ,o.ir ;p .i-- are the
10) Dozen Ladies' Sleevele-s Ve.tQ price.............................. ic lowest.
at o!d price. 6 for 25 cents, or 4-)c 33-inch V\ry Sheer White Lawn. Parai- a .d (I :!):iL;i- ;tt 11. T75.
dozen: em broidered neck. our pri-T ...... ................ .c $1 ) r and $1 2 .-'*
175 Dozen Ladie--' Mia-ns' and 27-inch I.heck Natusook. our Ladife Iiriep-wnt Par;.-,,!. in
Children' Sletv-less Ve-t-, with price ........................... '. late-t -hades at *1.7- a .rd >". ).
Tare Neck. 3 for 25c or .K95c doz-n. :;,-inch V% ite and olir,,l All the lati--t, -r3 '- t 1. Lie-' and
25 Do'zn L ,lie,' Sleeve-|gs Vett-, Pique. nnr pricev.............. loc ('hildr-n's Mtraw Hat- :;.d: SatlorA;
with -ilk Tape Neck. 2 for 25c or .1' irh WVhite Corde-d Pilue. our also i rolls N,-w S;Iri:;. .Mat:n:,g
$1.36 dozen. I ric- ... ................ ....... c 1. at 12'... 1. and 211c. ;.-r ytr t.


Remember the Place,


W. L. Watlleh & 'q.
Coflsa hn-#es.


'61 ... SF
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nor conmignoeislot the.
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-105 S. Palafox Street,


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GEO. A. PETERSON.
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12 West Romana Street.


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