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DAILY


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 17. 1900.


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


RAIN AND SNOW

PREVAILS IN WEST

..e-ad Traffic Is Suspended

-In Colorado.

CY'CLO"E STRIKES 7EXAS

:i I;., -'-' t!' i1if i-ll < .w l *<-#% rat I
I *t :I' ). r ll .;1 as.1 a. l i .\ I e rx&-'
n i t.1111.. at \\ llsla l.s l.&,n '
t -il1. r ';1i a.
I \ ;*'* -- T : r- ,:u l 1:1'
-[ 6%%.1.. 9 KI'. i A Ir S .i / i.;-nj
A' ., i l- ,'r'-j- lj t i .**
i : ,i," *IA;iIA'j by a< l,'.
r thl" ,'.t-t -l part, ,,
r i \ .,. n r the o arth n'
M a. .1 part ,f Kaa-.t-

vn bi x e; nt,.rs rh.- Pia S -
.. .. :1;\a 1-i 't ae G i r-ia nd
i t. .r nij. -.if.-v ,f (':.. ,
T ., t'lat,. ial:n...t louk
:- :-in r piB ily..
ipp,'- t':"''k f':niug district
t n. -i *ow, ni ait r in -A we an tly
*-.kP,.. rthe ...rmn b'lng a r-'rnli
*. r fr the caJuji. Thb steam and
railroads are il,.'kadd and in.
*rati-n.,s !enri,"usly hampenrd. Sim-
..- .,adit, prevail w the .*r <'n lk entry mntni didstrcte.
M,,w i-. fr,,u 2 rn at feet deep ..' rn 1l,,pe of th,- uwuatains. In the
r and the plainmi the snow melts aM
,* ,"- ir fall. I ing trains are ar-
'.: niumay hourm late. On the divide
."**..n D.-nver and Cohlrado Springs
.: iime ui ml(italii alnunin the train
..*-1A'td an beap% of sinow which is s
S,-t aud heavy that sn,.w plows buck
t 1: litV effect. n the prairie rads
.* f Iknrr 'eouhdtiou are net so bad
? i. o rL4d1 woarh and w#t.

HAVOC WROUGHT BY STORM
M4.1rn lo Iuw Ihmolliahbl In Texap
aad Kanmss.
h *,-v-E, Tex.. April K-.-A t-rrmbl
V si n. struck TrhiT pl, s at inidntight
wn.i -veral lives,. are rel'iArte.d lst. Eight;
c r--we re wr-e'k-dt awl tht greatest
.* x '.'i*'tt sprei\aill.
r, had lwiin ila u ..trw ,ih- jlauy
.. llthe- night and ,suimanus cl',u'l-
;: .'b,.rhtd in th. northeast. There
,:..- vr, but little wind. A light
I prevailet until at nt 15. minutes
t.' :' r(elclune. This (came almoAst
,ut wrmanug.
\ man in a buggy was lifted frnm his
i- ailt bklow it yards. Telegraph
t* lephone lines werf- destroyed.
Tornado at WIl.h-ta.
W,, FITA, Kan.. April 16.- A tornfldo
.**Troyed two houses at Putnam last
;'r, f Notni w,.re killed.
The c(rtinm Troutle.
(I IrN. April 17.-The killing of
-.:*ant: Dougla-e destroys all sym-
,:Ly of neighboring citizens with
-triking laborer,. One battalion
-,-venth regiment arrived la.t
.. and two more came this morn-
:' The coroner i. investigating
killing of Douglaw*.
In lbO PhlSlippines
\lNvII.A. April 17.-Twelve hun-
:--I Tagalogs attacked Case's batal-
:, headquarters at Cayagan on the
.': The Americans fought 20 min-
'-and drove the enemy to the
:: untain-. killing 60. wounding and
aptlritig 30 others. The Americai s


ATTENTION
%Mrmhtrs (.lt Lodge No. %,t. National
F-'eaterity.
R.;-ular meeting on Wednesday
.' t. April IS. at S o'clock. A full
.a';udance requested.
N. W FIAIN I'.
ti HORSLBI, Guardian.
Accountant.
Sir Thaown" Iipton
'A .atid il. a typical lrlsht'ian and
t. alue iaportsmain. but hie i- also
*- t-.i:ted manufacturer of choice
., .insw-al dainties, and a not-ed
.--1r and importer of flune teas,
I \. comeoe famout throuth-
a vlzed world. Jacoby,the
..wn rrocer. ha- just re ceived
-,.rT igi nert of Sir TIt'iii *-
*,'.,1 t-as. and cordially itt-
-. ,ver., of good tea to 'viit
.. :Il ,in-pect and :e-t the| ll.
-l- ju-t received flu'l line'-
S: celebrated 'ake-.. (;ra-
.r-.('he-( sP Hi-cuit. ().t-
k* ik-r-. etc. : )Dod.eson-l 'uian
i tiriag l '' -. f.atiou- Jel.i -.
I'Pa k,-. ,:' : National Bi--
i ('! ....-, Straws-. Cracke-r
SK-nnidly'- Hi-cuit :w'id
S 'z ,i7 t Ili-tcuit Ma:tiufa"-
I- s,.il.t W afer- erl aii; :
i rni.in olen teil Egi
Ar.cdia I'acking Co,-'.
S"., i .\; ipl.-. Peaches and at ih-
A -niall lot of thos-e fiae O'-
V. Iti lottle- i- .till in stock.
.I.( i ;lat' Co.'offee Roaster
: il.ck. ruiniiing day and
r:: t. *I- of a mile a minaite.
'.- ttlyt ina -rea-itng orders
C .ts-.-- Tho-e whoi nave
.il'v vi-ito'ed Jacoby's shouldd
._o and in pect his eleor'
-,' of everything in tl.*
Se-atables and blood products
aV in profusion In every de-
:.: of the ettabli-hmient.


IWUSIA. GKIRM INY. FRANCE.
Irlebigue an 11llisuuamu on the ~outh
Afic~an War
BERLIN, April 17 -The Ta-ksehlatt
ha a p.-eitifrom S% Pet#-rsburg
wt~ich L-aye that Rus-.ia. G...rwany
mnzd Fraiic.- have pr.-pareod an ulti-
MfttUliI too IIVIIAl i(I thatif doess
Ito t ci stci tide hti-til iti#- in S4 uth Af-
rica within qs wospk Afghauis~at will
be in with 1:'.twj men.

Sernauwer by Pepular Vote.
'N.4SHImirro-, April IT.-It is tii-
...;i tpiti fh-re that ttz.ere~olution ipav-
i ;.g thte way for a consltiIitutional
*aimetndin-'m providing for tb.- ele-
,:.*z.'-f 1 nitea Mtitte- seniatoi A isv a
1,,pulatr vootpeximatot possibly pars
ito- -eaaatp. The, c'ininittee tii priv-
lit go~-s and aac .n. to wh iet it wn.
It 1leired. uulipti?.t it by a vote (-u5l "";


STARVING BY THE BOTH SIDES CLAIM


THOUSANDS IN INDIA' VIGTOilY AT WEPENER

Returned Missionary Tells of Conflicting Reports from the


The Deplorable Conditions.


Scene of Last Battle.


SELLING THEIR CHILDREN STORY FROM BOER SOURCE

G(irl- l)lspo.ed of ~s Mercihandll-e to e- iBritish lDefeated and lrlven Toward
tire I'Food ixty Million People In Wolvetport, uipturiniu Many .Slau;;ih-
Dire I)i.Atress-,)nlv .,I,< I OI), ) Are t4r xriOeu-titer report ,ua.). Itoer,


Revelin- Cirag(.erznment Aid.
B i ',April a;.-Tha. Re-v. Rocmk-

we *- v-it Ig i br ithur in Medfoard,


lnlibielise Itainfal.


Were IUlay Defeated.
14 NtA~pril I.--tinflicting ri:. r'-
rtcg.Lr(iafz irtLie vc iti u il W-ii


MERIDIAN. Mi-s.. April l7.-S,.V-Ii ".'.*l'illll am rr!,, .\ a, Twit Ci) iW .-i tt,'h ;ayi ini early
inctih.- ot rain has fa.lleti1 hmr- ( --inee Imtndia twlay issimiraihingi w'rf.cti.lyaw- 3, )u hlir. have b nii L d -im.lay an 1 I: i- estimn tt-d tl'at th.e t-ul t, o.,intir,.m ,late. I cannot till any- April 1.:. whi-h ind:..ari tei.:t v,.rv
t ,a will ur; re ,ad .~th I ''li :i.r ail,t the number who are tiltV I -urroutitd d .ti lth e ..i 1#- i1
wat-r ;:and all train a re d.lavl. lb*ut wh n I left lionbay last Ftbrua-r defect il the Briti.h orgauniaion.
I !.#-l e i.tv-. ten.b,. -.n far azs rep, rt-ol, th,.rt wrt re InU.e 6.(),0XK,(p)0 l pple suf- The chift BI.-r delegate, li;vhi..r, a,.-
At f:tt iliti.--. f, 1r11 fro'm fumins- and over 3 ).i),t)0 comupanied by Dr. Leeyd-,, lhas vi.-itdl tr.-
Sw.-re in din, distr,.;s, and of these but pre..ide,.t of the Dutch cabinet ati Th.e
New sark |lt lnivans. ,X.LtX,(QXo were ree-iving govermen-t aid. Hague, but the doings of the de.legatvs
New Y xK. April 17 -The full **When the famine set in the peopl- create little speculation in England.
,l .;t- atiu t the r-lpublican tate began to s.ll everything they had that Frederick Williers .the veteran war
e,,,Il>vttit.>,Ti w l mhanlted parly to-podet who
d-y. Platt. D,-pew, losvelt and night ge.t little grain for food. They the front ays he bls arrive wed from
4.1 -ll were cho-n as delegates at tA the doors from their houses andof the'war is over, but that guerrilla
large to the national convention. AIdd them; sold their urnitureandfarm- rrarfare will continue &)r some tame.
ing utensils and when they had no An omfcial bulloin issued at Pretoria
hSongr anything to sell they @old their April 13 reports tihat the Burgherd ep-
SERIOUS RIOT AT SELMA. In tr." by don^ e1 we nd rsh gen
Strike RIU IthlAerE M .efe to Allow hidran. T eboys don.ir't sell well.n toured 500 3 slaughter exec at Wepner and
the trafio t w grainr1s geyin tres.e that General Foeneman that day de-
peraters to Work. 1aw girlin e town jst before I ed the British, causing them to fly
S iA t4. M Atr Work.-i cne avay being sold for W0 cent, s a in the direction of Wolverport. al&p -
SELMx, N. C., April 16.-This village wo. 'hey were bought up by Mo- pa-
is the ston m.rter of the Southern rail- hammemduM. But tley won't buy.the Th Iri h.Anuericanae bulanIarrived
way t^egraphers' strike. s. so when the -ts cannot longer 11 Pretoria April IS.
Mt of the village sympathize wi theirchildren they abandon The lBers report no casualties during
tythousod_ iewef, wth they must -t on the recent fighting at Warrenton.
the strikers. Four railway police are asbest can. These astoffb)congre- A dispatch fromhdywaithsanyo ne.
here to pr,.s.rve order, but an helpt E bo*e O doors of the grain nmer- tive sxos have just reported that the
before the tuob that surrounds the ta. te' ebap d ethe only way t Boer in t Elandslaagte district have
ti, o. All efforts to instal the new ope- prietor l d of them is to throw retiredbo Bi asg
rator have twe in vain. as a mob of 75 out han graiu. s cattenringit wide. retired beyond Biggarsburg.
or o1,) gathered anid said it would kill :The chie i pick and pick l day and the report that the ioers have thlown up
the first ,Lau who entered the offloe. A 04i* a lhapsart, rewarded by ha- threimportnt colliriesBnhar el
muob btlo'died the trau froni Norfolk bi a adingle handful." Nek, completely deesroving the -,ugine
lIakiug for another operator, but he was IW I a' IArC_ hoe and plants.
HEROiS OF VALLEY- FORGEl housesanpln.


oIt there.
The wirw are '-ut and tle office is still
i.okedt. The nae- i Qf i -o>e tif the nmob
were s.-curd. They told the olw-rat4or
that if he tried to t4-graph his life
w'o uld ni-t lt worth 2 c -n.it.
.At G(ib.-oille there wa s trouble. A
new ip--rat.or arrived ston the' train. The
, nitu-,tor op-'neui the station and the
,pr-rat.or was put in, bu.t a the train left
the strikers and s sympathizers rushed in
a11l vjt-et.-d the u,-w nuaUn.

ARE CHARGED WITH FRAUD.
O(lCer-' Far-niec I iintrnce .Asseowlation
In Ti-;ht Hole..
JA. a- \1, MlS., April l1; -A scnsa-
I sit lh.v tl- e-n -rivateoe it ii -unria c'irt-les-
lyv the filing ,of a decL-trat onl in the
lii'n.iery court of Hinds county charging
th1 M,'i-wsinsppi Farmer- Mutual Fire
Insurance assoviatcvin with fraud in
withhi ldiing 15,itl) which should be
dlevted to the settlement of lons.es. The
de,-larationm is directed to Hancock and
Elliot, general manager, and seeks to
garnishee their private bank accounts.
The assatciatdon moved its offices to this
city 1' months ago from Kosciusko and
has been transacting a good business.
This is the second local fire inmrance
c(-)mpany that has been forBed into tight
quarters within the past week.

DESPERATE NEGRC KILLED.
His Bedy Riddleel With Bullets and
Thrown From Tralm.
HopKImsvui.i.e. Ky., April 16.-Near
Slanghterville. on the Louirville and
Nashville. train returning from Hen-
derson. last night. Morgan Boone of


Tre.tAm. a negro. pass-ed through the
white coach brandishing a pistol and
curing. He struck a white man with a
o upling pin. fracturing his skull. Boone
it"sed into the negro oar.
Eight or ten white men with drawn
;astols followed him. He turned and
fred twioe. Ten shots were fired in the
Oaoh., several striking Boone, fatally
wvounding him. He was thrown off the
train and several bullets. fired through a
wiudow into hLs body.
ma penter- ti-raile.
NEW YORK. April il; All th e ctarpn-
t.r.- on Staten lIland went on strike to-
day. The strikers dmanid an ,s-hour
dtav for five daLys of the week and 4-hour
day on,s Saturdur, nud that noumembtrof
thi- unioi will i- c'nmpliyeld in a uy cir-
almiias'ta.;e- lN-twet;in 1. anul .d5 o'rl ck on
Saturday. The minimnuma t rte of wages
,.-. I*l.u.! y. Sundaiy.uand hahdidav. They
:;-k al-'o for I,, in'-tituti,'n 'if the ap-
-re-'lti' .-v-r..m. wh,'-h they claim will
telnd t 0 in'r' a-,- the -kill of tha esraft.
Q aurr.' en il %trike.
K\x'x\ .a:. April i1-1-Tw lnuinredal
qn irl'vr i,' 1 1.t I !j.tr? 'A''' '- iarr-' i-'nar
her,- -tiu tile. ll i g'it'l lg. Th.-v ,i.
manll 1 th< r a uillf,'''r:n ';l' ,,t w.lag-,. No. l-lullnln
illnl havi e p t- ,k. Tn r 1 1- a
palne-- 'lat;ia i ti' vy ha <'' ait, i.-i.t
matrl, ...n h1 ai!l t, til al ,r, l ri-. No
di',rl.-r ha li.-irrei nor iO- any feanrid.
Ilor'ea at a1 II ulo- 4 remnateol.
9MA .,N S. C... pril l-- Thi harni
aund .tll.sf .Mr-. S F. .Sprt..t. *:t Jor-
dan. s nail,'- from hure'. were dlt-tneyav+l
lv tire S.aturday vmnornung early. buriinag
all the for.ag,' .f a LLrg* plantaUtoin. eight
head of tine' niult-s and horses and a lat
of fertilier-. There was no insunce
and the origin of the fire i- unknown


loaughabtr of lRevoluttion to Frect a I)ewet Emgages i Brabant.
3Ioaimnwnt to Them. BItAiNFUoltT. April 18.-Fighting with
NEw YoRKi. April l(i.-The gineralso. Brabant's hbore at Jammerberg trift
cietvy Daughters of the Revolution has ontinues. Commandant Petrus Dewet
eon.. ved upon a project to commemorate is reported to have engaged the troops
the heroes who .st their lives at Valley nut from Bloemfontein to Brabant's a^-
the heroes who lt their at lley it There was also a brush with
Forge. A plot of ground containing the a British column advancing towat
grnve of Captuin John Waternman has Bullfoninu, without decisiveremilt. All
l-e.n deth''d to the sfciety by Major 0. the foreign artaches are now here.
H. Tiodd, on mondition that a suitable
monument be treected thereon to this Boet Defeat Reported.
offi -ir and the hundreds aof patriots wh (iAPE Tow., .April 16.-It is reported
liv in numarked graves inO the surrsound- that General Brahant has defeated the
ing grou dls.
A committee cumpriuing the regents Boers at Wept-ner and captured their
of the Daughters of the lRevoslution so-. arms.
ci-ties has boen formed and has already .eml-4fflclal I)enial.
hjfkj-lfl^ U LA*kkI5 ILL '5L '.JAL Lu'. j'~lj *"* lfiuwit April 16- h *eest cicu


Pu m^tu i a numwr ia conruu ons i.
the purpIose. BEltI., April 16.-The reportA circu-
lated of conferenes between Count Von
WILL AID THE NEW CANAL. Buelow. the minister of foreign affairs
llu nttsvll e Chamber of Commerce Acts and the B oer delegates are semi-officially
Upon the Matter, denied and declared to be pure iuven-
S, ., tion. It is added that the only thing
HelwViLLu., Ala., April 16. The which has occurred was an exchange of
chamber of commerce at its regular visits of courtesy made by the German
monthly meeting discussed the proposed consul at Milan, who personally knew
ranil f-rom the Warrior to the Tenns.ee s the delegates, but who did not discuss
al fom te Warrr to the Tpolitical affairs with them.
river, which is being agitated in Bir- itil ffirs with t
mimngham. If that canal is cut it isvery IN UNITED STATES COURT.
likely that the old canal from Huntsville
to the Tennen se. river would be reopened Kentucky Governorship Case Docketed
and thus give Huntsville an all water anMd Set for April 30.
rmte ten the gulf. mer ed a WAINON, April 16.-The cases m-
The ,.hambe-r ,if o'nmmerce passed a
resolution unanimously indorsing the volving the Kentuckygovernorshiphave
project and pledgitvg the city iof Bir- beeu dal'keted in the United States
dmingham all the aid possible in the un- supreme c-ourt. A brief statement in
dertakiag. _. which coxu.sel for both Taylorand Beck-
Prospective New Railroad. ham joined was filed at the same time
SPARTAN BROP, S. V., April WU.-The asking for an early hearing. In this
proposed railroad from this city to grH-d statement. it is set forth that
both Taylor and Beckham as governor.
Pooure's Ford, N. C.. to connect with a John Marshall as lieutenant governor
read known as the Polk County railway, op the republican aide and L. H. Carter
which will soon be built, is being given as president pro tern of the senate and
eriouS cotisideration by influential citi-! John B. Castleman as adjutant general
sans here. The city couteil several; on the democratic side are each and all
years ago voted $ 25,0(0 in M per cent. demanding the right to and actually
bonds for a railroad to ex- built from attempting to exercise the powers of the
Spartanburg to Rutherfordtnut. N. C. respective offices claimed by then, thus'
This plan umn now hwe realized by cou- producing great confusion in Kentucky
structing the line to Piorem's Frd. by reason of the doubts as toa which offi-
I--- cial rlsovns named have the lawful right
Hig Deal In Coal Fi.helds. t,. D-i,, thea anrhaoritv wr.rtaintinc- to


PI r.- u'R,. April lt;.-The largest re-
maining tract of drift a'eal in the Pitts-
burg company district has just It'en pur-
chaL-'d by the Midland Ct'al sicompuily
and the pr'q,-rty will bet develo'tid ex-
t('n..iv.lyv at ol(e*- ill the inte-rest aof th-
rc-ntlynlv ,sirt:izd Aner-iaiin Shee't Steel*]
coi m nyv. The' trtct includes alout 31,.-
(.h) kcr...' of thle Cre,-t r aSt.-a -icoal near
IPt' ;ur 1 amai was se-u.'l4 at at iost olf

Meet InI Atlalnta.
.\AT \'TA. April l;.-Th tfitty-tirst ai-
f a'... i-.-tina of, th,, (;.-,rgna M ,-.i'al
ass -. -ati-,n w;il l' h.leld here this wA ,:.
The ti'-t -es-is n will cnmvene Wt-lii,..-
day awrniit'i. at the Lyr',min thiat.rr.
Tl,... asoc'iitatinI will 10 in l ,cn.enrtioi
tir,'.' ;!:iys. holding two .-~s,-i.t daily.
cv. ral nilportant ilpers will I-e pr.r'-
sei,.r-d to the associations for discussion.
TO ClUE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Irtek la.xitlve Bromo Quinine Tsbl-ts. All
frugi-tq r.-tfund the money it it fatls tc
,ure. E. W. Urove's signature is on eich
box. "5c.

lRmember the date, Wednesday
Svenuing. April ISth. at S o'clock.
The Little Folk's minstrel play at
Clutter's music hall. Admission 2&
cents: ticketson sale at Coe's and
Clutter's.


the several offices named, all to the great
iniury and detriment of the people of
th-. stato.
T'ne supreme court adlvanc-d thi.- cas.
to Il'- heard AprUi 30, and tgave- etu(ch sd
four hours for argumeltnt.
An Honest Medicine for La Grippl,.
Geo. W. Waitt, of South Gardiner.
Me., says: "I have had the wor-t
cough, cold chil's and grip and havP
taken lots of trash of no account but
profit to the vendor. (hamberli in's
'Congiih Riomedy is theonly thing that
hasi done any good whatever. I have
u-ed one 5.O-cent bottle and the chills,
cold and griip have all ,left inm. I
congratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicine." For s.ale by Hain-
nah Bros. and all medicine dealers.

SEE ROSS & CO.
ABOUT SCIREL'NS.

We will soon receive a
tine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
Marston (S Finch.

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


PLANNING
Re,.*t, ire... 1 ..olan


O IG FAIR. STRIKERS THREATEN


tary M!artin to Leave For West.
ATL.' % 1'. April Nt. Tzie rt-41ired

*.) ,i the S -,iti~rnii tertrate
:.i'Lr will !,. pi'lie'i Willh tht Utmosa't

n d v- i v ri: itrt:.)Ijj 1,lilt to tht. ffor


S r .: v %lar in iI 'ave t*' r ani.x
t~i '.i 7er t.. ~ i .a- 1111l Na *,t tiuAt

D!.11 "l'. ,iav t.) :it-.iI rfit- 4-.rli't111. 11 ''f
lit N.11I1-.1~.11 ajr iist .Iiu.c



:ii.I L II
lii j .niii:'i i t i svcar wi*I .'i.C


THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS.


TO BLOW U? DAM


Italians May Use Dynamite
at Croton Landing.


CONFLICT


IS PROBABLE


gImld L.a laqaer, R.ba114to.Al1.iw HO-
1ms; ,sm iof'1Work .%i liifIa (0-dere-l

to~~~~' YtOleu~. .r.e-Aprinl Well
.. biAlTVh'slestfi tt'sk.O


(."".1.4% ilai- and 0 -:r i r th reakthn


~ ~ .4itar vrvla I i. q i e'i
L v h'ii rvi' s iini. ('fllt th'.e* trikiiiw


%-t.eI 4 .44):1% al4t1.51 if)i l to) 14 I aAI I i~tat.I I,-. li~i ;i .rv iii p-.%~i, i ,)ta '.r A i't of dyn.J-


All. \\ i .\ prmIl I;.-T'iir a. U lUn l ',ll-
v. is .;t, ,it t .'~ tr, t' hria'-,a i ile.-ov'r-
*r-. will l. hl 11 in A. l.ta ra, .-g.niiini
i x'\t Thur. lay ev iii;', r a ll I.istiiig
through the! following Sunday ,ve:inaig.
A uprigram whic-hi conp:-ise.s iiany ex-
.ilent featurn- and whJih will be par-
tintiiarly intr.res:ing has bt i en iar.ranged.
Their convention will be op.'-d ion the
evening g of Thursday by a sonAg -.rvice.
auder the dire ti 4u of Prof. W. 1). Hart.
'mho will bo in charge of the musical
features of the caunvntion.
The address f wel-' onme will be deliv-
-rtl by Rov. Arthur J. Smith of Savan-
nah, president )of the State Union and
me of the best known Christian workers
i in Grorgia.
FOUGHT DUEL WITH KNIVES.
One Man Is Fatally and the Other oe-
rlously Wounded.
ATHLENS%, Ala., April l,;.-.Jiim .Jarks4.n,
' a ymnug farmer living in "Over Elk"
section of ti co eunty, and .John Slian-
nou, between whom a fend has existed
fr satne time, miit Saturday and after
somine worNs blows were x.ihantged.
when lmath dr.-ew their knivv.s. They
fell uion eone another and cut each ,orher
until thcy fell exhausted from the los s
of ,hlNid.
Jwckson was fatally slashed across rthe
bowls. Shannon waS not seri ouly cut,
but his body is punctured in mniny places
and his recovery is very d ubtful. Tihe
ttienrdig phyidain gives nio hope of
Jackson's surviving.

KILLED IN A DRUNKEN ROW.
Three Slain and Another Fatally
Wo01nded by Italian.
JoaIrSTIoWN., Pa., April lE;-At a
sptak easy at Mine ;31 of the Whlitse Cosal
company, n-ar Wadindr, S nu-rset


county, a rint occurred shortly be-fore
midnight in which thr-e ni(mn were killed,
ona lbwing shot and two stabbed to death,
and another man s)o ladly stabbed that
his recovery is doubtful, One Italian is
supposed to have done the killing. The
killing is said to have been the nulmnina-
tion of a drunken row, the outgrowth of
troublhr that hains Iwe brewing among
the miners at Windber for several
weeks, due largely to the influence of
minus outside this district.

REDUCTION OF WAR TAXES.
Que"ti a Will Probably (o Over to
Next St slou.


:1 tev and r:t'v y irr ;t.-'.i",to 'Uiid to thet
i:ai:ln.,g osif the 'xpil ive'. Thi' old damn
i. enii. ;v iiplriot,-ted. VWh.n the re-
.nalt t' ,he foniference at New York wUa
*-ircailntad an1 Ilg Ihel n-lawl hst ught and
the'y knew that the militia were ordered
h,-re, the spint of resistance visibly in-
.*r,;-as.sd and the recognized leaders mande
tri Iwr a that the fight would be coe-
'intu,,'d nntil the m en got what they de-
manded.
A nd, taeting of the strikers was caflw
for 4 o'clock this morning, but only a
few turned up at the appointed place
the Bowery bridge, which is jat beaw
tl works, at that hoar. They MalW
Iex 'todly with one another and them -
turned to their homes along the Bowery.
seeminiugly without having agreed apon
any plan of action.
It is certain, however, that the Ital-
ians will prevent work bepreum
today. Just as soon as the slihtu
move is made on the part of the om-
tractors to resume the work the watches
on the hillside will give the alarm aad
the ruh of Saturday morning will be
repeated.
It i generally understood that the
men will keep away from the new dam
when the militia neu arrive. They my
they haae inonley enough sevedl to keep
then for wsveral months and as soon as
the soldierss go away they will renew
,'t,,ir interference and do a lot of dam-

i nTr a;re v 'veral hiet loads of cemaent
lying at the de'cks here and it is needed
badly to continue the work of building
the new dam. The strikers say the con-
tractors will not be permitted to haul it
and it is to guard against an attack in
this respect that the cavalry is being
snit here.
Up to 10 o'clock today there was not
a move made by the contractors or their
representative to put up any one to work
at the new dam.
It was learned that applicatims for
warrants for the arrest of the leader
has been miade and arrests may occar a.
any time. About S0 gathered cm ths
hill called Little Italy and they weo
talked to in Italian by th. leaders. About
40 of the men on Me bill were armed
with rifles and shotgun. Many of the
others carried revolvers and sone ofg
them hatchets. The leaders refund kU
talk with reporters of their plans.
Everything in the valley below was t
a standstill. There were over 200 depu-
ties scattered around the works near d
itw edam.
NO CHANGE IN SITUATtOM,
loth Side. Claim Strike to Psrogresm a


W xmsomxcoN. April 16.-Information 'atisfacteory.
acquired as to the results of inquiries ATt.ANTA, April 16.-There is practi-
among the leading and influential mem-' ally no change in the strike situadio
bers of the majority in congress in the here. President Powell state that he is
course of the last week does not justify well pleaded with the outlook, which he
or encourage the belief that any serious considers very promising. He ezpeot
effort to reduce taxation will be made at to strengthen the cause of the epeatore
the present session. It is barely pOMs- considerably through his appeal to the
ble that such an effort might be made business men to boycott the Southerts
as regards a few articles of taxation if it railway.
0omld be confined to them alone, but The Southern officials aklo exprew
even that would not be probable ia view thenmelves as well pleased with the ntu-
of the near approach of a presidential atin They 'tate that both freight iL
campaign and election and the general sass.enger trains are moving as usuar,
desire for the leaders of both great po- and that the ba -kinoe of the strike i
litioal parties to bring the sesatsion to all broken.
end as early as possible. The uox-rator.s laim that they have
Surpr-.ed the IadRebn hIl a number of uc'es.ions to their
Surprised the Rel rank. -ine- ye,.t.-rlay aud that their
MANILA, April 1W. -Captain Dodd. ,'ausA is ine.r-a.sing in strength e ey
with a sqiiua.lran of the Third cavalry, day.
recently surrounded a village in BengUest Ri-tpirts from Chattanooga and other
point- indicate no change in the situa-
[rovince ann surprised 20# insurgents, tinPicept th at men are join if the
living in barracks, apparently a recruit- Strikers every day.
ing center for thb province. The.enenmy t r ry
lost 35 men killed. Our troops al..o cap- If troubledd with rh,-umatism, give
tured 44 nan and burned the. villwg. C(hamiberlain's Pain Balm a trial. I
One Amerrian was wounded. will it coAt you a cent if it duone no
-- .rdooi. Onie application will relieve
.Anhaunai Iinustrial .ossoalation. t:-. pain. It al-o cur-es -prainrt and
Ni.v ). 1 ). \TI :. AlA ApnrIl I;. -ThI Irui-,es in one-third the tinae re-
-..ii.. ,,'.i-mu' an ,r.f i',,na, ir. l r -a l,.- ,i air ,l v by any other tro-atinent.
st-h ie ;-u ,, of ra l lt' i't-. Turns. f o-ttite-. (iq in1py.
whi-h i et, in- r,. W .dn.I- la*y. i.-attr...r- :, .e in the -id, a,,d che-t. ala tdtt
ing rh' atr..ntion of l ..-.l ie n all ,r a ,d,,o ,. r -walliu'. are uinickly
,ov,,r A.iLt.at.i Th, s tate ,,rga i/ati,, .ur -I a plyi:,: t 'Ev ry ottlo
ha; I.N.s-n in ,.xist.l-t I ly ,,l.run fiv'. .v.,,-rr~ai, d. '.r~ w "5 and r ') cn t .
vear.r< 1i t it- work and inflw-a-,-.. ha I-'.,r -,t.- by HlanI h lro-. ar;il a;!1
hi- u Is l in, many uV;way, in that tius-.. Iu.die(iae eic-.;,;.ar-.
i~-t'-- U rtl ilV-li ca. ri-i't ..1.Ii


Ulst year th0. c ,ill veion In-t illn M til
Major C. R. F R. Fla',ar .f M.rnti':.-ry.
will aildr.-es thi t o.,, ,' ntioii un A::.l a-t-
ia'- Waterway. '."
Muswogee's Inolvent Lis.t.
CoI.IBLU-, Ga.. April l,;.-Tax Ciol-
lertor Andrew-' r-eports t,.r il*. ~, ju.'t
iiad-- t the state- aud esunrty, l.ake- a
remarkable showing for Mu-', og'-.. ,un-
rv. In thes state rri-pcrt thb inraslvrnt
,..*,iral tax in the cmiunty is only 417 4'0
In tt,. ,county repIort the insolventr gen-
a.ral tax is *1.0. the small-.st ever re.
cril'-,l in the county, and l.rbap.- in Lha
state.


IINE: PI '.TltY
At ('. Corner'f PI'.-tlly Y;arl.
I ain ,now ready t- --ell e,;e- for set-
*in. fr oin the filowinig breed< of
'i.-icko-i-: I)-rk Bra!, m-i&s. Partridge'
., -ni1 o Irihtt I rB h lit-ki". W hrit
1',cl, P/lyrioith Jiock-. krow:i
I.-LhoriK. Wyidt'-. My fowl< are
'rini the- v#-rvy t-t -:rain-e to be
toldd. and I invite th- pubilie to C ir
nd .se fm-y poultry yard--'bout 7,,e
tine fowl- on t'ade. metting".- '4 i:t
-gwi for $1.-)'. LO IE CIEII.[.IN-.
. 7a tf Manager..


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1900.


a *s ort of explosion. and the red iame TWO PROJECTED RAILROADS
I I1aped up suddenly and caught the --
planks alibove. It Is Propom~d to Open up Alabama
There was no hope of concealing the Mineral Field-4.
danger from the passengers now. for S< CTT-oRo. Ala., April 16.-S veral
the steamer was full of smoke, and St. luis capiaisr.s, h.taded by (Grant
wild crief from the .le-k announced Orebbs. a well known rnlrad builder,
t:hat the dn:ner was kinmvn. They
are juvestigating the f-a-ibility of build-
tn.ust faoa. the most terrible sitatini la-
known to the sea. the one of all others ing a railroad from the nearest point
s m,.st feared-tire: Wnomen shriek- along the S,'uthern railroad, Hollywood,
4 and fainted. strong men trimulaled six miles abore here to the cxli and iron
1i 1' (-;101l 'uit jilove hand or foot. and lands ofthl Black Band. CLh Iron and
Railroad c-mpany, which ownis a large
t!r ran wildly alhout the decks rn- body of land on the CumbWrland moun-
1,.ring no assistanU.. M.al.1 H ane. ut- tain, in this (ou.ty iucludia| the prop-
wtrly vlw.lder1 I-T the te'dden horror, erty of the old B-lImont (tal company.
tte felt a strong Land (clh:t1] tier arm an, Major E. C. Gordon and other inter-
.-aw Will '"lay. blacktmnd by smk, estid capitalists are maku g efforts to
.... and si: t1, ly a1ne.. build the Paint Rock VM.s railroad.
*-'(;,) aft'" h .. ii h,,r,.!v "'r.a! and are obtaining options on large quan-


S IT i the port" quarter am wa.t for ni.
*- : sj J j. 'and I will save you or d.L trv,.. (.bt
-* __ me. girl; I :ii your m:.st,,r n4,w."
M." How He Won the Girl of i .l ol,,ye:. him in silen-e. le spr-an
His Choice. aay a 1 leegarmie fig,; the lire as h.
S*.*.*.*..*.....-.. ................ ......... ('o-uld. aid(ed Iv t. i ltiteri- a dJ crew
Dnd some few (if the .ssengerst whoi
The Gray Eagle went on her course. kept their hwads. A::noti. thcse wa.s
parting the waves of the Indian ocean. Arlhir Vacte, a Itandso.ee uIJ 'uitle-
She was a packet steamer In the em- man wi;L an 'tiggVgfrg face.
ploy of a great English company and "You are a man. Wil am Clay,
carried manypassengers. Among these s; si the two hIr!t d the cu {.ts of
..,iMdiug on the proMmennade deck for a F' grat water :ensk tdu.'n the open
ward aud lotkimsg ea.s the brhad I-1 ",f we ever et y. I
xpa o r for y shall know that thl 1.... '-
expawt of wul g r bteoforr lm j, ots in their emnloytient. If we d(n't. it i!.
twn utlful girl, In the uirli11 [ 3b'r _.r o th JV .o w -",,, T1
Mad beauty. .'
" ,lI'l tho w a- a -r .. ,,I
.thA I **-efhouse stood a f.Ol!,!_ "'. .
-* : ^ i .. 4 c lt ju.-t n ,\ ;wiil timn id l ':+
map. second nmate of thle ship. lookiint, Wi save her or lose r if t',
e. .fel Van le was y tI'l l tdoI, too. loecause I love her."
A!oLd. mnanly face. <~-: 1: ,\\wn hair ".!.c el ,.r-vou'"
and toward and ~teaklng gray eyes-a "...1st i,'. ym said I wa. a man.'"
m ln in D r 1 of l.(rs,,n. nt inly t, .auty said W! ill qui etly. "l.ay h1.11] :,) thi :t
and purpe lwart a ii-n worthy of the 'ak, you. What are y,.u shirking
name. lie vis n oily va sail,,r andl had fo? Can't w tak and v.urk t'ju?,
ilsen to luie l r.-enT, rank f'-n ral miin stranro sn.:le canie (TV(.r fa
toy. 1Aut y,'t 4 i, I l:I. l t.> l.ove the i f t ldt ,t:ir.liticha t. awnl they hurled
daughter of tthe 1::i-t Indian millio.- th,- ,-:.hk lilt th w.,,r anti assisted
alre. Arthur Vane.. h a wr-.;kii ait .,I fallu raising
lite lo.d her a:ilL hald no htIipe-lovev.l it.
ber as %e ,rlih:ip a star laitch is fa.r I..in't think I'm a f,,,!. Mr. Unn.,"
tweyon I tur re.':t.ih. N.ttliiiit ;I:Nai f urtlier ald 'V ill.. "If Iiivt-I a L tl o i: mid -ve r.s
4rom his thoughts than to insult her and aw h ir evry .!:ay. I wouldn't tll
by telling her that he. loved l her. But her as as I v.1,1 yp.t. a:id.
to te near her. to i e,. her .ftlen. per-. l,::t' i ,., r,. ,,eN ldn't l have h ..ail
haps to do some service whi,'ti would e It if I not come out before
win a smile fro:n her -that was re- tho,,it."
ward enough for WVill (1lay. rv.. t said nt a wr,., and Will
She n.-v'er dr.anm.iie of his a location. iN'ly t:as silent. v',y wrk'.] ha-d
and lihe hal i,.iar' hier sa;. nihmin: r he.r ,. let.,n, .,t He 4hads
friends that lhe lik(1 hit letter than t' e l o t t ai
any other oei,..r on Iwdl te r gainey upin .lu inch ty inch ad
!'!l <,. l She sa id it in tile arelet s w ay "4, tj i tp. ca.ipta !n." w hispere.r
of girl'thool. a:I!,l yet he treae u. !,eI it in ill. ", ; .t ,,out Oth l ie ts a;iet,] provision
111s l,,art. S:tndlinz there n' aid *I'l~them. Take tine for all you want.
the cotlrs'e ,,f the ship annl ready to and we will tight the fire."-
r.ve a wvrd. of warning to the whluels- The sailors worktnl with a w ill until
zran If it were i eiededl. lie never took th-y saw the oats drawing up to the
lihe eyes fr.,:tn her lIni. anil tle pasaenzers takin,
.i.,Mnr w n-y aind tihe [pa "'.ir. wheel n- Ie giv' it a half turn amn I r t e:sseners
s r'ati:g for ti,, I.,ats. The r,'passengers
tl t here '.. ',n't V sitll sm.ke~ nale a rush at thle sa .' lli, :,:.(it, but
It < ;* fr,,ei tihe gaillv.'as thiy. nearer. the gangway they mnet
"Perhalp s.o. hut what are' th,'y hurrn- Will '1lay. a pistol In each hand and
tug ros i i tlhe :*il,,y fr" hi (t lalit e.
'ltoinm crie1 \ ill. raising his le':d Sta ,l hack. tlh re:" hle eried. "'lo
Aui-kly annl sni:atlin, the air. elie-auht t back.,ti. ner lp iou want
Von call yoursil lves. nn?' Io you want
the peeN'cular s:lil l;mim,,..lf : ,,.l l 1.; '| too thet ,,(tn s ani.l soil y to r only
down from lte ht'I ,ltese. "K'(eep i .:i,' e*,"
steady." he wIlthiwpere.l to tite man at t;.. of the way '
-";et out of the way" 'hisqed a gigan-
;be vlh.l. "*Trere nu.iy lve 'anger. hutt tie, Swede. raising his heavy hand.
If there is. f,," ,,l's s-ake., ke.p t i."Out of the way or I will crush you
quiet." with a single lilow."
The man no.!,..l quietly nnil took a A pis'ol ,ra(eke,. nud tihe mian fell
firmer lidol] on thi,, wvhietl. Will Clay m,.k,. shot thr,,lhi ht, s!.o,;lher. The
rrossel. the ilehk without apparent ni ,dre'.,,iletl he.fore this ,jeeririntdl
haste and yet with : fterful fear tu;- ,, ng Itma, for even in an hour like
ting at lils heart. I0e enaiught sight of tlii ,. f,,:ir nls tidden dea, th.
the cal.t:ain .i1in:,z teot o f tilie inu'tle- .'K.,-p Iai,.k. I sa~ y" rt,pea.it..t tihe
inen's cabin an.l liurriedl up t, i In. hoeiau. mate. ..' `a o n ts
"There is s.iioneiting., wi.i,' litir.t. for they go In the first looat."
wbhlsiNre.l. "'' ..it: olii l iAell lellurmiii g The 'rc.lr w:.>s promiiptl o!.yed, and
rosin. captam.i ii if The srt ,r1 lN:t prcn.. l,. ol, ou, and y
The olIl sea capl.tain suppressed a cry .. n s othe cr w. out I y
of horror. \\Ih .-a passengers .inti a ay fro: thie gan-way under oui-
board In the miti.Kt of the lnul!:ln .io.lenn. wand of the first niat,,. :t after litt
far from :ilind. : ntirte wa-i onit .if tile pulled upp toe tlli ,itnway. received its
sat horriolel things whi. -h could come lo:, anl plledl away. 'l'here was no
u.p1n a s .ip. tl,.ore rusllhig., for there w:is ileathlI in
"Go for. :amrd aud invest aZte." lie tile tvIs of the yi)I iiau li said in a low tue. "If you tind that it in. w.ho hail taken hiis police ily liis
is a P.re. No,:t ktl w\v wihat to l1o. How sil,.
are tle 1 I,.I ts':" 1..14 y I: tu: iht,,r is not in the l ,m'its.
*'All ri;lt. s!r. Youm nimy trust to ,yinm man." said .urltiur Varaie
Item.'" htio -selv.
They lhand g-1 '..use for fear. The ".Miss v:ane," cried Will. "you can
entire fttrehlildi wad s tilled withl rosin. in, i lme, now. "
41IOe ail ta -.:ks. anl if a tire siarte.d .M:! .l. had been standing apart.
there it inih al ia well Lt' itn a it.est of rrnd if,, ,et.i .Mr. Vnie stel'ed in-
fat pine. Will r:in down to the lower tO t!, In:iat. :tl il'e last of the crew
deck, where I.m. e< :i't ly a crowl of fl,,we'l. Then a l:imie st-eit d to
excited l:renwtln a:,id o.al passers. who l-.A, h... ai, Tl he p..i -l f. ,eat9 -
were runishiai tg :n:!,ly on dth'k. Quick .:is ii j he t ;::;ptain nd rl t, I mnate i tit th e
thought Iw s.,..d t; e torteniist :iantd ,i,.,q,,d s~ T;irner l. Ioniig teon:ies of
burled him lba< k. !.ii ,, p,. l .l ont toward ltie lboal.
"Go il.aek. l0il fools '" hlie cricd. T':I 'igh tli- lielv lI.nrrier Te:' Itwo mlti
:'mere:, .'i n' i ',,i] ni I t o>i" ,, ,,t ;,it .0' st,,, n strihimg .t: fo- -
"Fire!'" \ ,. e l ili,* 1t 1:111 ln>;ir>..ly. .!, ) ,i t.
"Fire in t!:*. :, r *,,,'" "' .. "' rrb. h.d r. \allt'. *i Q "Y 1 2:i,,,
"* uppost- :. ;:,,. ,s Is it your diuty tt> hf ,i ii. Mr l "
ruLh on d,". .>:. :,|; l: ,: i p:is<<.,en.,.!s "l : '; ...;* ,,, :1, !i T_ r;, 1.
or l t lht .I .. :- :; il : 7 t. pI t ,I.: t t'.*ii .* ,,. ". c j, f tim. ,l l mttt : ',,l
fire? lI:i k. t;:,:,. all .f .,,u:. f,,r I w i.1 m e,'ji.;.:i t,.'l two wer i 'help.,. ;p lt tlhe
t ainu (l .' I .:a.i l !,.t i!. tr, to ll i ; : ,.*t h ," ~':i, autill s ip|.'rte. be tihe
Iair not ::':;.l l.ik. I s.:t- : ..; ,. ...-; i gala:t mirth'. Tl'h
The ni.0 I *',,. l..' t re hl it si '.eri..r i l.l t, i'. he
will a-d.l s.m t i.::it I',w t i'.i ht yet do -lii, .l i, I:t! m i i "wh Lh aoU thingg *. i ,I :,. st!in,. i'. :in .,;,ill,.t ihd t lhie e ,,f the r.ai i;:i le.
A g'nan w;.s It u'- ,:t.il h. t th 1':t t.h. .o T ,V ry.:,.l 'hed tie ishil,, s:iiell aflter.r
that no 0ltie ciu iii trait'" dhtwn. anil the \ ,tk ,., l.
ecuttl h \li l i Ic .1 i t lo4d it forehcli, is k a :*
opened. N\i '.,ifr wa..s this done (l: n
a dte w j t:::'. ot ll;'ack smoke roll,'l F' .rc is a y. :!ng m"':i'1 tee s:ih 1 ai
o u t. a n d t1 h, ., ;lch w ais .mc lo s e d c :i in t ::r t in ..*. ...


to W ill "s;. aI.:t. nothini g could I 1 I'W ,f I n i' i 1: -
dooe in that it% t % l. itmen Iau for- ** .'i mn'' : -
ward with axes. 1,ut hlad stca rely gi gone
a dozen steps hten they felt the dth-k :.; ." r! iv- 0.1v t" .; :ill It,
tremble under t'!iir feet and saiw small vtn --ixclailt-
ets of f:tiie shluiting up through the re e I e Jngle.
plaakL. A wnio ieut more and there was .', .,, I. ,.. ,I : ,. ".' *,.L ..
WA ::1 :Ia t AI';. u1sk fx :" a d the


GOING DOWN HILL
Peopl- utfferins f-.om kidi,.'y di--
ease* ftel a cratual but steady <1, s
6f viality. Th ,v hOilu time in trying roley's Kidney Cure
It i guaranteed. W. A. D'.Att-i;-
berte.


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vit? m10 2%) id 'it


I A ..I t 1 1 .-I N I it li U .'IS K .-% *i .LW l i iI'.
ltmn otf t!he tier. "lte doesn't scVeI
li-i.iilf at ;all."
'Ie is in lNidl odlor sm ine Imii-k lte-
<.a!,' an It uifiasl.ioiable letrfut!it,.'' re
Iplid! tihe t:.e'r.--l1trtolt l'iF'e lart.s.


CASTORIA
FPr InfntU and Children.
Tr Klir Yu Have Always Boht
Bears tne &
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tities of mineral and timbered land
la n the rate of the ro osed road


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... .. which makes the blood pure and
MOre Tan m le Could tand. rich. B. B B. will cause the sores
"What's this?" demanded the police to heal, itching of eczema to stop
hurrying to the scene. "A hold up?- forever, the skin to become clear
hurrpingeto t.her lc ngne. and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is
A pale. scholarly looking man In spec just the remedy you have been look-
taclcs was standing over a burly ruf- lug for. Thoroughly tested for 30
fian and shaking his slender fist at the years. Our readers are advised to
prostrate form try B. B. B. For sale by druggists
"1 presume that Is what you would at 51 per large bottles (full treat-'
term It." he replied. "This fellow *top- ment) f5. Complete directioDs with
ped r-t just now and ordered me to each bottle. So suffLr rg rAy MI t
l- p my hands. I complied, and it. Addr.'s BLOOD BALM CO..t
h.tI up u bands. I copied. and 1 Atlanta, Ga. Describe vsour trouble
he ei.b ".: .reb' my pockets. will and Free personal medical advice,
p'! n hIullet through .. lie said, 'If given.
-. ;::h:.z them down all durIng' -.
time I am'- And then I knocked hum EVERY DROP
down 'All during' Is an abominable
'tel .'i siun of correct English that no:
man can utter in my presence unre-
buked."
The unlucky footpad had tackle ,
professor of rhetoric.-Chica une. ZET


Iron bedsteads are cool,
comfortable and durable-
,/ust what you need for
sumitner use. Call at Mars-
fon 4 Finch's and select
one.


Call for State Convention. of medicine that goes in a
prescription filled in this store is
Call for a state Democratic convention to perfectly pure. Pure drugs mean a
be h-ld at Jacksonville, Fla.,Tuesday. June
.1,. IIA,: speedy recovery. Poor drugs mean
The democratic party of the state of I-'lor- a relapse. You want the best. Let
ida will hold a ta*eUonvention ai Jackson- us fill your prescription, and supply
ville on Tueiday. June 19, at 12 noon. for the other medicines, I. r. Green & Co..
fol'owtng purposes: other medicines, T. Green & Co..
To choose delegates to represent the estate "The Prescription Drugist," 37 S.
in the national democratic convention, to Palafox street. Phone 390.
be held at Kansas City, Mo..July 4. 0110; to
nomiunate candidates for the offices of 0ov-
ernor, one Jutirle of the supreme Court. HEIE'S YOUR C(HANCE.
a Secretary ot State, Attorney-General., ____
comptroller. Treasurer, Stuperintendent of
Public Instruction.Commimssoner of Agrl- Iron, Woven Wire and 0 namental
culture.a Kailroad Commissioner for the Fencing for All Purposes.
term of four years. four Presidential Elect-
ors and four alternates, to be voted for at I am agent for the largest manu-
the next regular state election, and tofacturer in the world of everything
transact such other business as may come acturers in e world of everytin
before the convention. i in the way of plain and ornamental
The different counties in the state will iron and wire fencing, settees. vases,
s.nd delegates to the convention upon the Thre i nothing in thi line
following bass of representation: onedel- etc. There is nothing in this line
egate for each one hundred votes cast for : that I cannot supply and at mana-
the candidate on the state ticket "whore- facturers' prices, erected in durable
cived the highest number of vote- at the-
general election of 1 iW. and one odaitionial and workmanlike manner and at
vote for the fraction in excess thereof., such low prices that you will be as-
when it amounts to fifty or more. The tonished. I su ply anything from
committee has also allowed additional rep- i
resentation where the vote was increased 'a plain wire aprm fence to the
at the election of laeS in any counitiy for most expensiveornamentalcemetery
state officers. rhe counties under this rule fence; cresting for towers, tree
will be entitled to representation as fo!- guards, ornamental settees, base-
lo s: .. ..


Alachua ...... 14 Leon 14
Hraltld .... Levy 4
Itiiker 2 Liberty 1
Brevard 5 Manatee :4
Calhoun .... .. Madison 7
Citrus .. 2 Marion
Clay 4 Monroe 4
Columtbia .... ;' Nas-au 4
Dade 4 Orangt I'
Dtv-oto ..s.. t Oceeola :
Duval 2 Pa'-c'o .. 4
l-icanitli U Polk .
Franklin "2' *t.Johns T
Oad- .Ieu Putnam S
ajitiiIt S4 ant l os i
IH-rnando ....... 2 Suniter I
tillsboro *li uwannee
Holmes 3 Taylir "2
'Jackson u Volusia .
.lefferson Wakula .
Latifayette ... :; Waltrn i
lake 7 Wahaiinton t
Lee .....
Thi- conittles will select their (lde vtiltep ili
any mulanner which may he conisithred he-t
iv the people acting through the iprt it or-
lganiz'ttion ats recognized by the Ifti >-tat.
c-ori-ntion. All deniorats are Invited to
ptr!h.'ipte' in I hes selection of deti,.zct"s
'hereto including those who have bet'omni
qualified to vote since the lnst electiopi.
Thechairnman and Iecretary of emtli houtn-
tv convention held for the purpose of el-eIt-
Ing delegates to the state convention art,
re zhitbirni iit. Tallahassee. Fia.. a writt,-n or
printe dcpy of the prot'eelwii.- of ,ucit
"''unty convention, together ith a liastof
the nI'nhtes of the county executive I'ouelmit-
t.-*, in which should be de-ignatetd the
clhaiirman and secretary of such cointnittee.
W. A. RAWI.,.
.1. C. ('moit'KR. Cbhairiman.


tjcreIrry.


CONGRESSIONAL CONVENE] ION
For thp First Congresi*onal District
I an fo'm'Otmtceraltlc convention of tbei
first conores lonal dflsrict of thie sttfte of
Florida. to be held bi Tallabhasbe. F.u-Inda,
Wodnelday. MaI" .tjh. A. D. Ii.
The democratic p#rty of tle ftrst e)ngre, -
tsional dittruct of tlB state of 'lnridt. will
hold a congressional convention at Talln-
ii-ase'i on Wednesday, May :9lth. lit 12
o'cloitc noon, for thti purpose ofnouminilainmg
an cinetidilntlto for congress from 'ani di'.tr et
I', t tie lirty--q venhIb 'on grea of thie 1 'r itet
Stil -. ti. let' vi ted for at tihe ni .t li, itin.
i', ; tr.alA-art such otithr tuailns hs 'maui
,.i. t)-f.,r r' n d (cniiv' nation.
I iiea d'iTerent con;itimt- in thep distr 't will
-.;i d' le-aiep- to he I ti 'ctnve li'iein up i t i,.
' .itt. li, ita-i- of it 'p 'sentation: t ed l-
. .', lor et-a h !*c vole, ftast for thli card .
:- feorconvr-.'- In auBll fiitrir at thei ihi l.c-
it.; f r <:.titkai'"'-nan lfiol e id a im'ei l. aimdl niit
;f. i"ln il \' (I r itti." f ut'li ii i- m m .- .-s
t ~ f I tr".-H i t sti iUit to I fty r : .irie.
'' .'>-t.ti h b'ig.t(' bi'. "ils.. alltiw ,ell aitdil talii
' Tt'-i tn 1 i *i tioere hte vlit fi.r 'nti-
i '--*Itainu wa i lir'i.-a 'l lit the'- e'le>'ttii re
I -'!". inI a:L y "I4 i'i 'it% CtT'iietilt-> ititl..-
ltil. rule will l, *itil;tl'i to re-pre'-e ilatti.:,
a- f'i tl :i ;


c"I h ou n
I oe'Mtto
1" t' mil MTII.,i

Nifillttem '

AI iunliftee
%%n -chingi


I C"itrust




7' W~al'''ton '


The coiltit' will select their delegate'. in
any manner which may be considered l.--t
ciy thi people acting through the party r-
_,ntizatiois as recognized by the last oon-
.re.'-tonal convention. All democrat% are-
itvited to participate in the- selection of
delegates thereto, includingg those whie
'aiv' b-'comne qualified to vote since the
l.st election.
'I qe chairnian and secretaryof each coun-
ty colventionl held for the purpose of belect-
ingl delegates, to the flrst congressional con-
-.-ntion ate requested to send to W. B.
ilenlderton. chairman. Tampa. Florida, a
written or printed copy of the proceedings
of t'ucta eouity conventions. logelthr wiih
a li.t of thel nal"e of thie county extecu'iv'r
-onimitt'e. Im Whicbh should lie designat-d
(le chairman and secretary taf u('no cont-
:iittc'e. '. B HrE"MikRWoN.


inent windows, window guards,
hitching racks, weather vanes,woven
wire poultry .ard fencing. Space
will not permit um to enumerate all
the styl's I sell, but you can see
illustrated catalogues and gpt esti-
mate- by applying at Wnm. Johnson
& Son's hardware deJpartment
9alnt A. J. WATKINS.


T:w CIIOIOEST
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF



nWOOsD Ns LlA R O mAL AI,

--BRERSB, ETC.,

IN WOOD AND ;LASS. LARGE OR MALL QUAN i .


4 A SONG OF WOMEN.
Owlkpesbab~ll wagthe rietiwy.
Vow terweanie 1"r defeat.
O)ur grold we bring wx:i. u tiang haict
Noar com~e uv, l ~gging fect.
Irith %i-v twra'e and kin-fling eyea
'A p arm ,'ut rr n- fgtit.
Am,! u t. n i" ,la-t fr- -A :;2i4 aid

At .'. I irz. .' 't
Ail,*.IT, nflitfe


-~~- n :. c! e.r Ga2.


-_~ __


S CZEMA. ITGRING RUMORS
Pimples Cured by B. B. B.-Bottle
Pree to Sufferers
Does your Skin Itch and Burn?
Distressilg Eruptions on the Skin so
you feel ashamed to Le seen in com-
pany? Do scabs and Scales form on
the Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have you
Eczema? Skin, Sore and* Cracked?
Rash form on the Skirt? Prickling
Pain in the Skin? Boils? Pimple.
Bone Pains? Swollen Joint.-? Falling
Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale?
Old Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers?
All these are symptoms of Eczema
and Impurities and Poisons in the
Blood. To cure to stay cured take
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm)


Opposite Luion Depot. Telephone No. I4;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


I.'.


AflTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHISKY.
BROOKHILL SOUR MASH.
YELL -WSTONR RYE WHISKY
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMP.AN'i -
CELEBRATED BEER-KE..- % i.


-- ner,



Chas. H. Turner,

*.ARCHITECT*+:


-AND--


General Contractor,


Building. Repairin'. Mantel and Grate letting, Phlmbinii'. .*. an. .\
and G(as Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Xorey.
&W'Ari-.ti2 Di ins,in E-tiniates. Plan- and Specification- f.,r i.
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
WIC A Lair.:e and Carefully Selected Stock of Fine Mantel-. t,-,'-.
Tiling of All Kinds, Bath Tub-, Closet and Household Applianice- -:
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


--THE-




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
CASHIER.
R. M. BUSHNELL,
AssT. CASH1ILk
DIRECTORS:


T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Sau tiders & Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE. JOHN' F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


RIX M. ROR I. .Ni
MORRIS BIAK


THE HEINE ACAOIMY OF MUSIC, A General Banking Buiiness Transacted.
No. North l',tlafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. Vesse'68 Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, Ex-
L 't ten' ; also utitar, Banjo and adlMudln. Change Bought and Sold, Collections
-- Promptly Attended To.

OPERA HOUSE! ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


Tuesday, April 17.

A JO YUS EASTER HAPPENING!

Thi' Merrv Mo'nrceh- of F"ui and
Famo-irs Originals,


Murray + Mack


Prf-"utimg thte Livo'y I~rcf,,

Finnigan's Ball
Intr~i~iducing the Lar'rst. FRest t rVinviw
tielen IIIthis Fanvi?1, Uom-dd3

2C--Pf oplp. All LiveIy-1O


THEI


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-i1 AT--

The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


-- F--


The Star Laundry,


THE O PIUR I OF l ET F1ORIDR!


SHOWING A ('LEAN IFR"I \
EASTERN .MORN


P an Pa'. GtAiNg Srt.


0 O cl I N it. rr
beSt and cheapet wGay t .. a
0l8. ward sigi of b,'r :I '
lh I tO-t car.I*.L .-.- 4 l i : 'A -
ili ne. whe laundry w,,rk-
p -ucht prices a!, at t,. "': I
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ALL WORK C. 0. D.


TELEPHONE 114. 3z. GARDEN s)'
Ml"OoODr4 CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-J[
WATK.Ra INGRAtAIL l Manager.


ESTAB3L'u4 m'- 1863.

McKENZIE 0ERTING & CO,

0 aA LM Ip 0
Ship Ghandlery and General lau dware,

008AND 005 I. LPALAIOXW@==E'T.


JE TZ & COO I, REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 80.N CO-
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBEL & 80N'S PUMP.-

i -120-122- ou"%, aor tw. pl lts. I llHtisl lutriiMts, ilsrt ^irs, l


E. Government Street.


CONPAS5ES. IAXW X, ETV.


ALl ATOR


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA. TUESDAY, APRIL 17 1900 3


~isIN LI'ISLATI(IN,


~gess Working For an Early
Adjournment.


,l I' l Il.l. tJBo'I: ok( ONTi:NTIUN.t

nad v l' .i~soI lhut thme 1ri.'uits of the
U aa .~ill lu-la It toIe rrsagc'.
s &f t11C It.alland Boat-flow
"P.II'Iorio."



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a I ta,'a ta T !..ral I l 1.t1 1a


- -: I ), a':iata-Portoal."Iai l ''


.L' I toai a Wl lia

".s; fa1'7~1a 1 a l'o'la.! '

a f .Itita :ir'a'ron'.A'1


':1 r l l l .4t 1'' a ftes.
I Ia. ~R.ID.It "l'ortO.'


a 7'' I a only o


ord followed the order of the board,.
and even In the speeches of Senator
l'oraker and other niionel'rs of the
c<')miinlttee the name was always given
*'Puerto." A ,.hane was noti<-,d. how-
evr. imini.din:tf.ly ift-r ti, hou.-e
a nr-', !1 to, til- ..li:tte 1ill. In I that bill
th', senait', stru,-k out "P'urto" andl
i:Iro'rt d "I''oro" wherever the nimie
w-,'urri''*. .1 0 ;, :i the houlIsI ;iirn 'd tto
;lll of th,, N-. II,41:1 tlli;-ld11ll'Ijlsl 1. 1 i)s-
lain l"..:it:.< "I'airto" In thi' law. and
The R'c:iZr'.-ii!:il I'a'ord. tine' l ornl
init after thin. lill 11:ass-ed, swit'eled
from -P'uertio" to 'orto." :ind it i.s
likely that "Porto" will Iw the, name
to the end of the chapter.
ARTHiURP. DV. ItNN.
VICTIM OF A VILE SCHEME.
White by Ifirth, Negro by Pro.riptplion
and Asitgnment.
ATI..4NIA. April 1i.-BHy th< arr-t ,of
Martha Ven.br,ks th ))lic'' hava ,id'-
v .attrional. It is th- :t- arv of the \\,:mian's
lhf-., which as rahittd by her, .,h )ws that
.h. i- the victim of a \vile cm-uspira y.
Ti.- w- niami .na t,t.a-. that by Itirth .he is
'f plurt, Caiuaraiili bl! ald. She >; >arn
in A..'u'.tal pr vi, t: t the .viil \ war,
1 f i, lt r lpari'rit' w.'r, n i \tver lni:i"r! l.
A ', arlri, t4a Martlha'i str-y, he;r Ina'h: r
l..'. M Ii ,, d fo <,n i. ,>f I Iti ( l o4t r,. ',talol,
l.ti'.ll'.'. itn Au -,uItai, and whit -'i. \Wit'
l i th- iunatoriiun;aate W oman wt-alil iv n
t'a m milaa'ttto w anall imulliei I:t.lh.I1..
wh., lived 1it thi tity. Marttia wa,
taught to 1) lv. that h sie was tihe child
of L:z;t Mithlill, ati.l va,- rai.-'d us a
iigr.', atv'. \Whein hi reinachedt wa V i N-
hi- I .ha, w fa- foartod tco mary a in r O.
an l w'a- saulI with him a a a shlv. .St.v-
,**r. l v,.-r-, att Jut'l.:- Wrilhti. w\i., knew hcr ..t tryv,
-.*nt t.ar hl-r. and told hi.r of hr birth
ami Imr.ii rag.e. informing her that hlit,
wat itr t 'a -onsideratbll. frtumin. The
wolilail s.t4tV', lihowaver, that tiunl, fate
atuii ,,'utl l: Lw htd nrid't her a negri,
and that s!e wo,,aull iuaiu a ne to hr
hoat b.


Roston Lassles.
('Carrie-llow an you say Mr. Mtinni-
wurth Is a splolndid dancer! You know
well enough hi- doesn't know the steps
and that he can't keep time.
Minnie I know. but they say he Is
vorth a hundred thousand at the low-
est estimniate.-Boston Transcript.
W lidom.
"Why did you laugh at Clingstone's
joke?" asked Cumnso of Cawker. "I
couldn'tt see hlie point."
".Neither could I." replied Cawker.
"t ut his explanations are worse than
his quips."-l'.troit Free Press.
Wrecking a Danger Signal.
"An eastern sc(lentist has decided
that yellow Is the proper color for dan-
ger signals."
"That knocks all the cautionary elo-
quence outt of red noses."-Cleveland
Plain Ic alr.
Scceserful.
WV;:ezs- W1"t.:''e were' you last night?
Jag,:s- \\': is-And did you catch it?'
.t:ir'.-Y iti bla.t I caught It-owhen I
got ii ,al:a,.-- 'laiia':igo Ne%\ s.

.I;i.a1, l '>o'' a1 e.:' l:,se tight


ir. '-ii ,
S I alte r b. 1 'i r.
A,, .: : '" Il .011 ,\a r n: ila lie.?
T :'. ,,'T'- .N ;., a t, ;t 1 l';a \ e e -
'... i'- t !'. I'!:i!la i, lphia B ul-

W. the World




%-i x.-6 I ta ;n recitd it ,
At o..ma nram ll w'Ai. l fa.r'ta.ti,
Aud Mr. Pr l. r, aio a, a hit
0- ada.a la a
A' i .l.P. f I 'i-ir. n,-ma single
ai C '. nol IIi' a.iai ot!'4.
"T1 'as m n',f' ro fr m land tu ,)d
toI '' a" ,: M. t lI .
I % .t, t'..' .. .-! '.'.
Ano t.. w i .-,:!-. I ear. y mi'td.

,".a a .* h. r k r. s rart rtd.

II%(;I-;.ING iLA GRIPPED CN')UG;H
G. Vacher. 157 Od4r ood St.. Chicaa-
S. .ay': "My wife had a very se-
vro- c-.e of l:i grippe. and it left her
with : very had cough. She tried a
'tol,. .f Foley's Honey and Tar arid
i .ive ininediante relief. A .i e) cent
Ibao7tl 'a''ad h.r Caluih enttirply."
P'-a e 27w'. anid 7, W.'. W A. D'Aleimn-










ed. D'Alemberte sells
them. -


,- /*
I' *i"ai,,rtintt ('retam W\'afa1- an af-
T*.r >Itlt b' dainty. A-k youtr dalor
or 'i Ai. _i
, DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.




Medical (iety. Attention
There will be a regular meeting of
"he Pensaccla Medical lcociety at
h" Board of Health ofieo at t
'c'.ocK p m.Tuesdlay. April 24.
\'ii:in physicians are cordially
invited to atteni1.
D. W. McMILLAN. M. D.,
President
r. F. B&' CE. M..D..
Aeretary. 25mt
I will repair your watches and
jewelr.: in flrst-class atyle. J. I.
4

GOLD DD8T.


03011S DBIL,


HEINB BROS. i 0O,


1-


n a dsiiQ GENERAL INSURANCE !D L0LL1 R00E,
-*ND--
PaJa&ox Street,

TO WASH BRUSHES ANeal Estte Agets, Pensacola. Florida.
MBMOS I r L i PENSAMOLA. FLA.


REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE --GOLAY=q*
LEADINO FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE 'Grist and Co0n Meal Mills,
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCE COMPA .. 1. F. GONZAEZ & CO., Props,

Eta1l Ae[nts of te Egqnitabl, Manufacturer,
L; Asraice Society If te CHOICE M"AL AND P'LE GROUND
TIoAfiSTOK EE1).


A


To wash hair brushes and combs, dissolve
a tablespooeful of
Gold Dust Waskiag Powder
Ia boiling water: when it is nearly cold, dab the
bristles up and down without allowing the backs
of the brushes to become wet; when the brushes
are clean, dip them in plain cold water and dry
them either by the fire or in the open air. Soep
turns the ivory back combs or brushes yellow.
but nold Dust does not injure them.
Thb ae 11 t-.aerni s t fomorfe ,"aatitt
'(,'J)IbIN KULi... aiK HiVSWOuKI"
t tree an req ecv t j
THE f. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Cbskss. 5. Loeas. New Va-k., S1ea01.


No freight receiveI &er a :16 p. m.

B LODGK DIRECTORY
LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Pen-acola KNIGHTS OF
KNIG______ _HTS OF 'lAAS.


Sbort of Swords.
THE PEDAGOGUE. Actors have strange exSw riences. Ndt
Prf--r S. WV. Shattuek of the rli- so very many years ago Edward Sasga
v.er.itv !f Illinois was seria.. sly ir.jured was acting at Johannesbul In a comn-
by a gasoline ,.xPloSioi n the other day. pany organized by his brother'u-law.
Pir,,.ss,,,r A. N. W lls. whio was offered George Edwards. One of the plays;
ith.- os-itit.n ,f pr,...ssi)r of art at tile produced was "The Solicitor," by Mr.
lt:;:miant. Il;ini:n in-tiTuite. iais decided to l)arnit;.' lDuring one of the acts the
l,t-, liii. the, otff.r :;nil will reniain vith the pla;:,-rs wore unit'orms and accouter-
I u'i' r4ty af Illini.is. mIents. Mr. Sass received a request
In Etnl.wo..l. Chicago suburb,. the from Mr. Bleksley, an official of the
t.,,,rl ,,f a. .! h ,it a a',naIIls pupils whi local fire brigade, to lend the swords
Lh:.- a' al,. a..,',tt frin s.ichool fair days or used in the play to the Transvinal gov-
ilatorf, li -iiltialt III 1I nialia al 'xa ilinatian I
1, :a i,lvy.i, i ll,,,il ai al lI TIi hoaird rnument in order to make a g:tmwl dis-
b,e, raI in ItIg r.ltiitteld to school. play at the opening of the Delagoa
II. F'. Mrk;-. in dIelgait,, froni the Brit. Iay railway. The government was,
i.- a.li.t ;.til a hIaliirtinint a:tnl a lcttiur- short of swords and thought that even
*'" a <-, al M1 :*t1nr It O()f'Is colla'ge. Man- theatrical weapons would l;h more ef-
.hlia.- r. E :::l hal. mI. is .Ilnliig it ii woa waks festive thoiu empty sealbbnids and re-
at T .. Ta'r+ a >11.,'.. C('ilhmilia university, 'olver vases. Mr. Sass referred the


a'X.Jii'ii~:1it its a n 'taais anitld (quipilleut.

POLITICAL QUIPS.


\Vhe'n a plditivinn is bad, his constitnu-
entis -tanet a'\.-p,'t him to make any
,r.,;miii'e ,,alad.-.N\,\ Orleans Picdyunh.
It i., .-timintd tlhat there atr' only y95.-
(mNi frt.ole mindedjl perlous in the l'nited
Stits-.. and yet look at the mnin who get
el-cted to congress:'-Philadelphia Ledg-
er.
The average man who takes an interest
in polities does not work to hlp a friend
who is running for office, but ro do up an
eut my.-Atchison Globe.

Eugene J. Hall, the poet and pub-
li-her, says that one dcee of Folv's
, Honey and Tar restored his voice
when hoarseness threatened to pre-
vent his lecture at Central Music
Hall, Chicago. Nothing else a
good.-W. A. D'Aleniber-e.



Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchless Mineral
Skater for the cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all druggists;
also I. T. Green ,3- Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS,

W. eW. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Tertimorial, From Judge Gaston.
(RIEENVII.T.F, Ala.. Aug. 10. l44Ai.
I take great pleasure in et rtifviin to til*
nurity and' tb m,-r;t of Wilkins.on't Match-
les. Mineral Watt-r. Tli.s natural mineral
tonie, to my personal knowledge. I taken
froain a well three ntniies ast of tire.nville.
in the exact condition in whicld it is snold. I
have s-en this watt-r used. with wonderful
success. for dysoepsia. indigestion. sore
ey%* and fior eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcer' on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles. I do not bel.-re its
equal exists. It is highly recommet.ded by
physicians for a number of diseases.
ZKLL GASTON.
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
A alamla.


)tatcial to Mr. Edwards, who haplpenl
to be In England. anO the display was
horn if its miirst decorative fe:iture.-
Lundon Ma;iil.
S Hated to WVate Time.
"Now. Tommy." said an anxious
mother to, her son. "the minister will
tiw htier* to dinner today, and yu must
ve sure to wash your Nee clean."
"All right, mamma," answered Tom-
my, "but suppose he doesn't come?'-
-incinnati Enquirer.
..n_


WI1N *
-Importers and Dealers in-
Chinese and Japanese

=--Fancy Goods,=
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 South Palafx sreet.


Laundry Office


Pensacola Lode, No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
inR at at Castle iall.
in Hutchblnson hall. West
Int.ndencia street.
l visiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
f HHosH. Ji'DKVINI.
H. HORSLIL. C.C.
K. R. & S.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Friday night in
each month. Visiting sovereigns cordi-
ally ir.vited. W. W. WATSON,
M. i. THAMES. Cllrk. C. C.


a--eM r-Pone No. m.
Rv-nt.Rlount 5uIldnla-Rnon 2

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Mnuie To*pi. Pbho N3.
i-B- I -*B- *V W9


RAIND EASTER BiL!
To be Oiven By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of I.,
4 dd Fellows Hall, Warrington,
Monday, April 23,1900.

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


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--PROPRIETOR OF--o

CRONIGS SALOON
--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A .Ars, AT-'TY.
Corner Belmont and Devilliars Sta. PENSACOLA, FLA


Cold Weather
. Coming. Bend In y,
orders and let us 11fill your bin before S
cold snap arrives. We will send yeou
best coal you can procure for either bakltng
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.


Telephone No. 147.


IompsoQ, Olse El & o,
Dealers In

Coal and Wood,
Office and Yard: B. E. Corner Zarragoes
and Railroad Streets.


'- JUST OPENE
JUST OPENED.


PENSACOLA. FLA

sum -alia all IN VUI MV


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

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST RP.FEI SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A'so Soll by M. Perry atid ni,. Yates,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--+
Prompt Delivery and Sati-faction


G


DUNN'S *

0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


-"a?


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4
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Three Replar

leals ac h Day

25c Eacd.
-+jr-- ;..--'-"-41


1


ELI


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEAmON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.w, to $1.5o per Day. (LODGING:
515. and 519 s. South Palaf Street. Penaco...la Florida. 25 and 50c


H. H. TICKET,


guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros., Plumber, Gas and Steam Fiter,


4u1 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. O. Box 2,11
Railroad Exchange, Phone 268.


No. South Palafox Street,
All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on HI&a
WEMOE aIm-. A-. P lCaOrL2a A.


2,


U9IICi slatl. Patronize Homn Indu4try. for there to
___ ev' r r ..%on You should tuv vour M eal and
'A- w-k F eed from the ton .p MIanufacturer,
xflnhIR'mpSownDrK'"tw e .*V'wVg' WU for, by *.. doing "Au encouraged home Indua-
try. Your ,money is left in thpe community
and you in turn are Indirectly t-flaltad.
WEEKLT Y 1CHE_ TULI [In foterinu the home manufacturer you
'ont ribulte to the cause of labor. You ow
FOR STEAM DIVISION it to the community in which you live and
PENSA COLA KLECTiIC TERMINAl which contributes toyour .upport.
RAILWAY CoMPANY.
TraIns leave Pensacola for the Littl, PROFESSIONAL OARDS.
Bayou., Palmetto Heabh. Warrington, Navy -
Yard and Fort Earraneas at
1:.8 a.Em.arriveat Fort Barraneas 7:15Da.w Dr areellu5/ fn rear
10a't) a. In. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1 "1 45P.
I I.m.arriveat Fort Harrancsp Il' tp Iir
8::. p ,i. arrive at Fort H arranc't 4:.a p i t
a:lr)p. iu a-riveat Fort Barrancas 7:14pa nphn.y Sl i u n.
*<:"mv> o'mo atrive at Fort Harrancas :46 Dli
Tra n. leave Fort Barrancas for Peosa-* l{e.iletc. Hotel s R'allbia,
cola l A thiaii1- ;.
7:.ia11. in. arriveat Pensacola..... 4:15a. m D)tlce, l'Ale.mbnh rte BuildtiznI. Il9I douth
!; :ai D. m. arrive at Pensacol......... 11:4. p. m PUlafox Mtreet. l'Phne *T, 4.
a p. m., rrive at Pensacoli ......... 2:45 o.n_
a a. u r :i v arrive at P isacol + 5:.'5 p In
7:,) p. in. arrive at Peasacola........ 7:45 Dr w.
':45fp. m. arriveat Pensaoola......... 9:.8Up. DR. Wx. C. DsWJJsms y.
.M't'urdays only.
Ii e,'T.ct DLac. llt, L- OFFIOE-HRnash Bros.' Drug Store.
SUNDAY OH3DtUDZ.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barranoam. RBB8IDENOB-400 B. Jackon Stree
9 a.m. 10 a. m. |
11a.m. m. --- -

"p :m" Wm. iM. Maean, M. D.,
4p.m 6 p m.
*. ..-. fl0meocpat ic PiTsiCial all 3rielM,
6 p.m. Ip.T. .IE- nu *5W
FAR BFORt WgK DAYS.
Pensaeola to Fort Barraneas and return 46e Late of OcaIa. l.'a..
Penasoola to Nayy Yard and return ......N o ers his professional services the e*t
Pensacolato Palmetto Beach and return 4c sens of Pensaola. s
ASS roa SUNIDAY Especial attention given to the treataens
of Chronle Diseases and Ii)a4e*e l o
JfeMasolato 3rs Barrane Navy Women and Clldrtn.
Sard and raonr .... Thirty Years Practlee In the Boutb.
Peaoola S Palmee DeMae amd oce Hours:-9 aI m. to I m., 2 to 6 p. a2
"etuW ISO l


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, TUESFLORIDA, DAY, APRIL 17, 1900.


w. one n......
Threatening rumors of a new can-


t t ost Omace SA rtansco-ia' didate for the governorship, to te
Ocu: Pitt Building.ll Sot Pas- sprung upon the convention at some
SA srem. ap-.tairb. critical moment, continue to appear
PUBI AH El BY from time to time in the state n.ws--
THE EWS PUBLISBHIG 00. papers. Nothing is more likely :han
that some such plan may be attempt-
Tsrang-Invariably In Advance. ed, but nothing Is more unlikely than
.___ ,'r~ by Mail_. -..- ...I$- i (
S a yUou, "- ,,,'that it should be successful. By a
TreeMonthb 1 judicious management of their re-
me week. by carri-r. payable Monday i spective forces. based upon a distinct
understanding among themselves.
TH W KICKKI N WS.: the principal candidates now in the
Pausbed every Friday at 1.1o0 per ywr field, who have borne the heat and


lbes e free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Aj*eisig Mste Fernished n Application.





.*NOW Wi"I Cost
--t build. n t. Paul, ui.. wheft
ew enda others may
.~ .ft s*a where estimated win be givew
ousBePll5 ber NUImAL AOVRTl i&B

fISBAOOLA. APRIL 17. 1900

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
ort Bepresentatives to begialature:
C. MORENoF .O NFS.
J. FMMKT WOLFE.
For Pheriff:
GEKGt. E.,BMITH.
For Circuit Clerk:
ANat '- M. Mf MILLAN.
For Tax Collecttor:
A H.IVALEM14EII l
l'or Tax Auenswor:
W. W. RICHARDS.
For Connty Treaourer:
JOHN W. IRATEK.
For County .Iodgre:
TtXMAB K. MCL'I LLA H
For School Superintendent:
N. B.C04-oK.
For Clerk Criminal Court:
N. P. ON1II"FAY.
For Jsticof the Peace d District:
JAMESR. LANDRUM
For Coomtable d DiMsirict:
CHARLES P BOBE
For County Surveyor:
* W.C. BECK.
For Xembere Sohool Board:
A v. CLrBB?.
A.C. BLoA'NT. JR.,
E WARD.


burden of the campaign, will have it
in their power easily to defeat any
such scheme, and they may be con-
fidently relied upon to do so.
Counting in Jennings and Milton.
there will be five aspirants to enter
the convention, each capable of dis-
playing more or less local strength.
A few ballots will easily determine
which of them shall be dropped out
of the course. The others can com-
mand tne situation, save so far as
their respective interests are con-
cerned. All are good men; the se-
lection of either would work no in-
jury to the body politic; the contest
will be an entirely friendly one. be-
tween friends, and its result will de-
pend upon the simple equation.
which has the most friends in the
convention.
Should a dead-lock threaten toob-
struct the business of the conven-
tion. either one ot the three who are
really in the race could easily -olve
the problem by throwing hi- strength
to one of the otner two. Each is be-
lieved to be patriotic enoul"ti to doi
so. if it should seem necessary. and
if he should happen to be the one
controlling the smallest number ,of
votes.
Fears of an ob-tin'tte dead-lck.
or of the nomination of a "dark
horse." do not appear to be well
founded.
The Appetite of a Goat.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptic-
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won-
deriul Stomach and Liver Remedy.
gives a splendid appetite. sound di-
gestion and a regular bodily habit
that insures perfect health and great
energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug
Store.


der to win the next presidential elec-
tion.
PIEtIENT McKi.LeY signed the
Porto Rico tariff bill at eight. with
no one present but Secretary Root
and a private secretary., uite ap-
propriate.
THE unprecedented in politics took
place at the Escambia county demo-
cratic convention last Saturday when
Hon. John B. Jones, the leader of
one faction. dominated Hon.Charles
B. Parkhill. the leader of the oppos-
ing faction, for re-election as chair-
man of the county executive com-
mittee-because of the absolute hon-
esty, fairne-s and impartiality with
which he managed the recent prima-
ries and had conducted the affairs of
the party during the last two years-
and the convention elected him by a
unanimous vote. No politician ever
received a higher compliment than
this.
PROMINENi:t colored citizen-t of
Pensacola have invited 'rof. Booker
T. Washington of Tuskegee. Ala.. to
make a public address in this city.
the invitation has been accept* d
and the date fixed for May 17th.
These enterprising and public-spir-
ited men are entitled to great credit
for their fort to afford to the peo-
ple of their race an opportunity to
iear ot,"* most excell.-nt advice
from one of tl'. tinost td'tintgi.iil
arid e-;in..hl i, Inr uih'r- ,l ti.,.ir
race. a.e w..a l a- f.r th..ir:tiioug't.tfull
courtes-y i iInivI:I'Z th'"-." 0f t .ieir
white fiicn.t- who rmay d :end. a:1l p vii iti a p1 .,c', for t!,I. i
.n the hall. It pronii.t-.s to ,." .a o.-*-
casion Ion. Lto he remnenmbere-d by All
who ha;i s the good fortune t )ehv
recentnt.


THE re'lutiont; ,r a constitUi-
tional atn-'ind nlt providing for tl',
electioti of lnit d States ,entators l'y
direct ste- ot tlhs people, a copy of
which follow-* appears to have been
adopted by the. republicans of the
hou- < t r-ie-re--t-itativst' ith thte
idea tiit t i:.y uer cuntningly *-t al-
llg demiociatic thutundr, for vote-
catching jburp-e':
Tbh tSnat 'ef the l'ntte- respomed et fo twon.attor fr mn each state'
who sbal tI Ne-le.tt.d by a direct vot of the
people thereof Itr a term ofr x year%., and
el senator sbllii bave one Vote. A plu-
rality of tib votes cast for candidates for
eaalor shall Ie wufficient to elect. The,
electors In each stata shall bave the qualiti-
RUS requt ite for -lertors of the most
asimere branch cf the state legislatures
Vespet ieely.
Whom a vacancy happens by death. resig-
aeoU or otherwle to the representation
elaoy sate in the semaLE, the same shall
be AtSlld thbe uasepired term thereof in
thiewme manner as t provided for the
eleeUou of -reoators in Paragraph 1; Pro-
vrs that sUbexec utve thereof may make
sevrprary appointment until the next
mwaeml.w secal electEionISfin maccorda


meeting of the parish of Christ
church was held yesterday evening
at 5 o'clock, the rector. Rev. Perci-
vil 1i. Whaley, presiding and the
clerk of the vestry. Mr. Wm E. An-
derson, acting as secretary. After
the reading of the several parish re-
ports, the election of a vestry being
in order, Mr. Jame- C. Watson
moved that the number of ve-try-
men be increased from seven
to eleven, which was carrftd
unanimously, and the election
was proceed, d with. resulting
in the election of the 'following: H
Baars. W. K. Hyer. W. K. BHyr. Jr.
John C. Avery. W. E. Anderson.
Walker Ingraham, F. 0. Howe. I.
H. Aiken, H. G. I) Silva. Walker
Anderson and Scarrett Mureno.
A resolution offered by Mr. WVal-
ker Ingraham, that it is the sense of
the parish, the members feeling tnP
need of a change in the location of
the parish church, that the vretry
elected at this meeting be requested
and authorized to ure their utmost
efforts to bring about that result, was
unanimously adopted.
"Persevere and prosper." If you
take Hood's Sarsaparilla faithfully
for scio'ula, salt rheum, boils. erup-
tions. dyspepsia. it will cure you.
I ,AC'K PATTI LAST NIG;IT.
A Kag-Tim- Frolic--One of the Beett
bhowK of' the Season.
The Black Patti Tribtad..r-.
which was i;ref-ented at t h ,- p r.a
hou-e l i-t night. drew IAit- :t lari.-
aud(lincce and ali w-re well ploa-.(d.
tliek Patti. with her w,,:(ltrfui
v, i,"" inld I,.r rt', ;'., iI1 -.- w il!
alw Av- le wele'tle to P,-i-i.t,',l!.i.
Al 1F. W att-. :; l'ritiro-.- P --in:.
-a purloinl r of feat!hei- I lii;,e .
br'oi, t!.t d,"own t!.e I. t-e- wit: .. -
"einic;:l -kf-t('! =-.
B:iuiih the bull terrier wa' train:,-i
well a'.d played his part t,, ;, feif -
tioli.
'T'.o train imitaitii~ by WV. H.
.St-w;r't .wa.- niarvelohu-. he k-s in-,
-liike andi I tark- coming fro1n :i-
ini'ith dirin4 t!he whoi-e datvee.
Jul-i--ni Hick.s ani. Id: F'aricefT'-
".BaDe from ,,,toti Town" w3- v ,-r%
creditable.


Glorious Newsm
Comes from DIr. I). B. (argil.. of
Wa-hita. T. ''. He writ,-': "'F r
hittlh-s of -lectric Bitters iaw c;c r. i
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had
cau-,d her zreat suffering: for y.ar-.
Terrilile sores would break out ,oi
her head and face. and the best ( doc-
tors could give no help: but her cure
is complete and her health is excel-
lent." This shows what thouQaads
have proved.-that Electric 1~itters
i- the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema.
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons.
helps digestion builds up the
strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by
W. A. D'Alemberte. Druggist. uar-
anteed.
Y. M. B L
Regular semi-monthly meeting
Tuesday evening. April 17th. at
o'clock.
Vlmaftinr lad in b-iv a uri t niair.


This


Month


Take


Sarsaparilla


And have new pure and bright blood. Then you will enjoy life.


HON. CLARENCE KNOWLES.
The Funeral Took Plaee at Atlanta
Saturday.
The Atlanta Journal of yesterday
says:
The remains of Hon. Clarence
Knowles were laid to rest yesterday
in Oakland cemetery.
The funeral services were conduct-
ed at 8 o'clock in the afternoon from
the residence, 68 Ponce de Leon av-
enue, and were very impressive.
Bishop C. K. Nelson, of the Episco-
pal church officiated.
Sorrowing friends gathered at the
home in large numbers, and there
was a profusion of floral offerings
which attested to the admiration in
wbhch the deceased was held.
The following were pallbearers: J.
S. B. Thompson, Thomas Ezleston,
Robert J. Lowry. Dr. William Per-
rin Nicolson, W. E. Chapin. S. Y.
Tupper, Milton Dargan. Edward C.
Peters and Charles C. Fleming.
The escort was composed of Judge
W. T. Newman, Clark Howell. Maj.
Livingston Mimns, Judge Henry B
rompkins, Alex. C. King, E Gav.
J. H. Peraue. Charles A. Collier. Al-
bert Howell, Jr.. John C. Ruse. John
S. Raine, H. M. Atkinson. F. S. El-
lis. J. W. English. Jr.. L. Gholstin.
C. E. Harmon, C. D. Hill. J. C. Hun-
ter and T. B. Neal.
The Capital City club, at a called
meeting yesterday adopted resolu-
tons on the death of Mr. Knowles.
The resolutions were as follows:
S-Being apprised of the death of
H,)u. Clarence Knowle;. who was
one of the charter members, and for
several years vice president of our
club, and who was always an active
and highly esteemed member, we.
the members of the Capital City
club. desire to express our personal
loss in bis deAth, and to assure his
stricken family of our heartfelt sor-
row and sympathy.
"Be it resolved, That the follow-
ing members be appointed to act
with the governing committee as an
honorary escort from the club:
.Judge W. T. Newman, Judge H
B. Tompkine, Colonel T. B. Neal,
Frank Ellis. W. E. Chapin. 8. F.
Parrott. B. H. Hill, Albert H )well,
Percy Stevens, Chas. E. Harmon,
ULlric Atkinson, George M. Dexter.
J. S. Raine, W. H. Venable. J. W.
Englisb. Jr.. Morris Brandon. J. M.
Slaton, R. A. Hancock and T. B.
Felder."


BROOM CORY.
"To the Farmers of West Florida.
I have finished planting twenty
acres of broom corn .and have the
most perfect stand of anything
planted this spring. It is not yet too
late to plant, for market or experi-
ment. I have two bushels of prime
seed of the best quality of brush.
which I will donate, in one pond
lots. to any one who will send s cts.
in stamps t, pay postage, and report
to me at the end of the season the
result of the experiment.
Plant in a perfect dripl en -.rh to
ex( eed a perfect stand; hen thin out
to twenty or thirty st Iks to each
yard-less than this n onimum will
grow ittoostr ngar.dt ocoarse. Use
out a small amount of t rtil ser; and
plant some without fertiizer.
I regard this as one of the promis-
ing crops for the Florida farmer, and
wish for the widest experiment.
Bend your order at once.
JOHN THOMAS PowrF it.
Pre-. West Fla. Agricultural society.
(trand Ridge. Florida.
'West Florida r.apers plea-e c, p.


SHARE IT INTO YOUR SHOES
AIll'n'- Foot-Eask a powder. It cur,
painful. smarting. swo lle feet and ingrow-
ing nails, and 1 i'tnrttily tak.- the sting out
of corns andtl union-. It's tlhe greate'-t
CO,)nfort discov,'ry of te1 aige. Allen's Fo.ot-
Ease uake- tight or n,-w tort- faeel ea'. .
It is a certain cur- for sweating. callous
and hot. tir-d. actiing feet. Try it t. ,Inu.
bold by all driggists and tioe store&. t *
nil fur 35c. in stamps. Trial packan.
FKEE. Address. Allen b. Olmsted, Le Ioy,
N.Y.__
NAVAL STORLBM MARKErT.
Reported Daily for The News by
Messrs. A. M. Moses Co.
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SPIRITS TUaTarrITIx -4 oents.
Bishop J. S. Key wrote: TEETH-
INA (Teething Powdess) was more
satisfactory than anything we ever
used.
A NOTED MACHINE.
Th,' S', 'in! M.thin soldd at 0. .M.
Pryr's BiI Furniturc Ifiou., i;
no;fd thro/lghopiit the oirld for it .r-


it wn T'ork anid light 'rinnifn w'hi. h
A BIRD S-EYE VIEW. i rr/ h ouo.ok rp<) r 'iran/i. You ( f
H,,w Pensacola Appears to a Western nt 'an(t I ,'whii, that it tak, "I
Stranger. "'t "' '" 'i"N/iii f run. Thi, n I on, to
Mr. J. M. Offield of Seddlia. Mo., a ,( ..'', .,/,,, ,,e o that 1you vi/
who visited this city about the last (hiat. d with, at a r hn*
of March, has written some interest- /"--/" $'Oo$.,. li' tL.<'(/rre.
ing letters to his family. which have '" ,,,, irx; Ii-tht .:4
appeared in his home paper, the Se- infl 'p-' f h l-s' i- r /,i
dalia Daily Capital, and in on~e of 'r(o ,'"-" "1,"seto e 1i xt.
which he says: ', yo "ra. i f/'p / it i '. (I,14
"I found so many things ,of inter- "' '""' *v'"" trad,
est here that I concluded to remain l ,,,I,' q,,,i ,, h ti b ,.tv'- d, ,,, / './.
over Sunday, go to church and st-e .V'i/ ,,*/' /- 1,r ],, prowmp' ,lon, ,
more of this ancient city. I went to .[. p,,. ;'.J iu \I ,' ,, '. (f,,d
Christ Episcopal church. a lrg- old H
church on Seville quaree. The r-
vices were flne and the conzreoation -, to ; Soi th ',f",..f
large and elegant. The grt nnd o( n
which this church was buiit wa, BLISS IS THE MAN.
alloted to it when Florida wam Engr- Cha.. H. Bliss is the man who ad-
lish territory. verti-eo Pensacola. He doeQ it rigL.t
"St.Michael's Catholic church wa's
eatabli-hed here 3.50 years ago. It is amid dtservet- your support.
a very fine edifice now. The largest Ti
congregations in thi- country are ,r Fly Time.
Catholics and Episcopalian-. .M,-r-. J. E. R )- & iCo., No. 11 N.
"I was surprised to learn that ?,-n- Palaf.,x -'re,-t !have perfe-cted ar-1
secola is the olte-t city in th" ra i,.-'Be.t- for the manufacture of
UL'nied States. antedating that of t. the bhe-[ willnd(iw creeiln eve r placed
Augustine. was surpi i-ed too at itr upon t li- market. They claimn for
vast shipping intere-t. i he lthful it the followin ig d( -irable feature-z:
and delightful climate. and that i- it can be remove.( ard stored
has one of the largest. pretti,-t and away at the. end of the tly seIsor,
-afest harbors in the world. In face. witlhi t tlhe 1-e of tool; the- blind
i'- natural advantage-s exc'--,. thee-- and si a!h of th wirind w can tbe easily
of any %othr port. I w s~- r 'ri--d. handle-d from tlh in-ut'- without in-
with thlise great tiaturiIl adviv.nt.ge-, I terf'-rence-1 o trutol,- f,.in thti'- rt-n ;
ti -t it-; i:n;xirtance ,.*: a li.rbh.,r wa-', it -is il;le- i: on-tz 'i l. ; l
-o little k ,newti. ipr:.' i- ,- l w ;i- to li*' within t.-
"Froini tho, li,-igitt <,f F.,rt ]' .irt.tl- r.a, h ef ,ti l. ( '.ill ., t .xt'niu :.- ?.
O'i- yVeo l.>k are"-- the lIey ai". : -5.' .taii l: '.. y",,vIr ,rd-il f, *"th i t111,i r
! 'i.a rr.,w i nlet fioiln \11 :f. ,I' t .,- t:.' 1 ,' ", to 1 d ..i l r ( d .
1-.ft e4f which is- loc-'ted Fe r: Pi'tl-kii-.
i't :tr,-- this inlet to the ri"It I- NO better Cigar for
I,) i*,d F, rt Mc.el-.wit :r ,.t
.- tandhn& t ard ov,.,r t, I,,., the ioney made-DUR-
. t!. o.A. Owing to tii *%!rr-,v HAM--at D' Alemberte's
Sl.t-s:ik te the ulf it i; Callld ,1
Kicked h:tarbor and i- said t, be- t, / ,
-trtneo-t ini the worldd, "-
"lI.-,kiin down the' hlv tw '. i-
the city you -e a multitud-.of ,,:, s'
v-p.- el.. which pre ent r.i. ; 'i a 'i a-a ( 1. ,\\ .
bfeantifui -i.ht. In tit s hi arbh r ih .. w y .i: d. -. : 1 :
low aiic-hoirei for a f(.w d;iy-. ti* .. .
two great battle ships New Yerk ti -
T',xa:-. al-o tlie gunboat M:ar'i .,-
T!he New York was Ad'niral S:\T:;- I I|\'NTA1N
t0sn.1 fli-g ship. Thpse v.al., ar- |1
r eutf to Haimpton load-." A L 11


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Itlia n ('h.f-trnit, ardi ('h ii,'-- ltiz-- ;
nut. which lie i off-rin, to c -,-. Eh-verylbody n eed-t a tonic ti,.~e
sout. at lI cents per pound. 7:atf lazy s;,rinr: day- to drive ;:way th tt
.. ..-.... tired feelin.. Mminitain Mint Ttounit
Fine furnitturein summnicr doe think It invigorates and puri-
styles. including Wicker fie" the blood. It cur,-s the worst
rockers, at very reasonable cases,,of indize-tion. It cures per-
ock e o n- manently all stomach troubles. It
prices. Their stock m- makes the -ick well; the weak
plete. Don't buy anything strong; and it tives one who is all
in furniture until you have run down a new lease on life and a
seein Ml arston 4 Finch's healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
stock. I Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
S people in Pensaeola. everyone of
The best 5 cent Cigar whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
on the market is the more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
1TM1r ?IA1W ,ff f-r T41>*Aln 0 1s.r.- Ti-i i Tt i,4 maen in Penaa-


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now until Nov. luoh. '.-
and $2.0o will pay
Jackzonville Metror-.:.-
until N rv. loth. for c:,-:
only. The obje-ct Ileltd offer is to giv,-
l lorida a chance t k-.
the news of the c,::. :
* campaign at rxtrcn:- y A
al-o to make them .*-
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THE DAILY NEWS:


CHRIST CHURCH.
THK democratic party will need Annual Parish Meeting Elects New
few such issues as that furnished by Vestrymen.
tbe Porto Rico tariff outrage in or- Acc.rding to custom, the annual
.-. ...-,- A c c,,rd ing to culstoni, th e an n ual


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1900. 5


up the street with a br ad grin on THE FATE OF ANDREE.
TE EWS TES bhis face, mauch to the an.usement of I
Ii N W N bystanders. search Ths. Summer at King Charles
The Catholic Bazar will pen i I Land. Beyond Spitbergen.
the Armory hal to-morrow. Wed- No hopes are longer entertained that
t,i. -art in dmland o.n our nesday nignt. Hon. C. B. Parkhill Dr. Andree and his two companions
'.\. will deliver an address, which will have survived their attempt to cross
a. be followed by a musical program. the north polar area in a balloon. Sir
.1M .,-. ,,nvl.-ti,,n a: t opera This bazaar will surpass anything Martin ('onway voiced the general
I- I : r-,ay thiit. ever seen in Pensacola. A speci:il opinion when he wrote in the new "ln-
i i-ting f tfj- Young program for e-ach evening. NoN ternational Geography" that "an at-
.- I -I."- l.eau.- to tiht. charAge for admission. tempt by the Swedish engineer Androe
-,-atid $2 in fii-- was the i Thursday night, at the opera to cross the north polar area It a bal-
.* r racaord tl- i ior'ljinj. 1 house, the most extraordinary cont loon must be classed with the mysteri-'
1 vention ever organized in Pen-acola ous tragedies of exploration."
.. t.,;t arid s ,- to a- M array u will consider and debate a variety ofI Another effort will be made this sum-
.:. I will pa you. subject ial, industrial political er. however, to ascertain the fate of
S I.... -qiatr will Pre-nt rt and otherwise-and no lover of the explorers by following up a clew
:*.. a;,a,-ardice tyf Memorial I wholesome amuselnm.nt can aff ard to
N... rmis it. It i b the l Old Maid'r Con- that may prove to be important. On
vention," and the proceeds of the Sept. 11 last year a buoy was picked:
;. ..k- Min-tre! t (lutter's box office will swell the coffers of up on the north coast of King Charles
Sill t,,-mat r.1w ni gt. D)'u't' Christ Church Guild. Land. 80 degrees north latitude and
-" :. Murray and Mack. the "Famou 25 degrees east longitude, which bore
-. irt t a;itt(d the Frau n Ve o'igaial Irish Comedians," who, for the words on a nickel plate "Andree's
i-upIer at the M.-rchants hotel imny years have been the recow'- Polar Expedition." It was taken to,
;,it. { nized leaders in their style of enter-' Stockholm unopened, and there It was
J. M. Calhou<,n af Marianna and tanoment. will present their peren- proved to be what Andree had called
ST. Hand of Carniey. ar.- gu--sts at nial success "Finitran's Bll" at the "the north pole buoy." It was the buoy
SMerchant- 3lrcat-. ,consists of a tscre of pretty and 'and drop It when he passed the north
The-re w' ra- no -ailinx- from ti- .ahapely girls and the claim is seri- pole.
.t Lt.day ul, a coul.t o, te doi-- ou-ay made for them that they can t ws opened the presence of
.r, l,*n'her. all sing. ;It was opened In the presence of sev-
tor.eabl- wa-alt sir. nlig. eral arctic experts and tnembers of the
Cizut.... D Almtbertei- htme-frim lhe Little Folk-' min-trel4 at government, but no message was
-in.- M,- l( Iolleg-., New Or-. Clut:er's music hall to-worrow1 foIov unet. but no message was
.. ... va'atin. night, under the ma:nage ient of Ju. foundln it. There was a coating in-
a, -. E I arin-r a lIu-s Menko. will be one of the m,t side the tube that seemed to resemble
r F. Ma r at pleasin- entertait.mients ever put paper. but a microscopical exauina-
S;:r.- r ,. atnith '- gui-' at up,,on the local 'tage. The young tioun showed that it was a growth of
SI-.- .11.:)a..i to-day. la~dias have been carefully drilled alg:e. The experts agreed that It couldI
w ,r..n iare-- a-;--d t. Pt.,bY.1 Mr. Menko and he pledges his not li:ite driftedl from the neighbor-
... ,.ar,.i i .iy i- H. uiIlva, reputation as a theatrical manager hood of the pole to King Cliarles Lanld.
;,1 .c- I i s,- 1t.ia t'hat tHlis will be t# ) best h.- w ev ,-: There ep.l arrild tlo t.e nott r'at son why it
-Lit uipon tlia- board- und-- r ii- mi an- Io h" hat. t ,n thr wn (it ll V.
.,. .. Mnrr- of t.- cit'y ;- :: su hvrmen, t. Ticket ;'.5 c. t-. No re- l h e 'j en thrown out emipy.
Sr ,, '.1- <:, 1d for tra',:ry at -erv d -vats. an the vitew forl-t'd itsl.i [up I ,,r-0'y ,t Vir-i -- that it \ !w a plart tf t'he wrtckliage of


-- M.:: P.acock 4-f Atltnt.a. Tu a(ommnot.L.:te tioe w!,, tare- ;a-Ir-
t,.-a- -itilg ft n-id- Letr, tiLi ti tie use of atom iz.r- ii al;ly-1
S,1 : itO a 'e-t-rd .- a: ,lia (idn- into t e' It,;-tl ,'-- a" -"~
Sfo' l l" ,r 1-lat .l ,//,a t. tl- rropri-ta sr
- W. e, f-.- a forti:-r P,- t-1.- Ijra(f-atre E'y iVui-d (t i 'ri-a Badlll.
S. 'r it Ia'Ow r\ i- t,.-r,- ln ,t -It. 7' c ciit-. ; Iru ;gi-ts,,r by nail. The-
A -liau.lt.r aid wife :.l Mrs. li' lid .-botidie- thie tldicinial pr op-
H. ti,, ti lativilhl. :e ai no:. rt: f thi- -ai t preparatio i.
',,.- ,at tle Esc..aiubta. ( :+ *tn |liI 1- l i'kly ab-orb.t by
t'.- lln-iii'ralle and do-es to4t dry up1
N* 1 M. Hiurraw is rece-ivintr cion- the -+-cretiou- but clai; a ".a ,at- to-day npu p L- thar! ivail ia i:tatr;! an' t-alIthy character.
;- : iil.t yet#-,rday of a robu-t Ely B:)t:.-,r-. .; \ Var!*-il St.. N. 'Y.


S I,.- I.Mack and wife. NM. rt Sing-r I ,, t I il:l l, 't u'
C. H. Ka.i r,,f rtl,#- Murruav &t hh ltaat rei. It'" at.ole
- a. -k 'tallpainv. are t ii--t- at tt.eit he. lia -, sl rif tha -a l.a r- a 't-1 ar;i a;
"'- .tinbia. t "hilin'-*-. (if (thel s 1., ;re doc-tors; n.r*
chltaits tamil traders titumi.wr -N". include
f !.-t,-ain-.pji lI)-ram or- and tha-i i 1.3 r cleri and
.:k- PA ..rto and Eiti-er Thamballr- 3 liluef 1. ;si; ien t.rks a lf d
a' :aIlinch I r tf It-st- owu Len; of Ine-
- ... v wa-re rel:a-ed from qll uara-
:-to-dav. r (.Ltm i-s tihtre are "-f); nuiriuners, 1
-- only': tishltiernia ".1 : drivers and
1 he Penaaela (Old Maid.< -xp,-ct tea,.t.;ers. 1 l.- I the country, apart
. their frieltd to -ee they'll at t"I fi ,, i I. ii. tre are 34i Chkiese
-ra ouit-e lThut, dav nightt. Their
:.ventioin will be rich. rare- and acl e felante's. 9 rat nhers. 718 rice
.y. Secure -eats early. planters. 2 of them women: of farmers
T curs and agriculturists. 1..7T. and the la-
T',- excur-ioin tof bul-tanea llen iorers numl-ber ItI4.M1. There are no
I' selalna will arrive here about I Chnese lawyers.--Ch.k-ago Tribune.
,,lck next I -di afteraln Ch se lawers.- ago Tribuneand
: .-y will be- handsomelyentertant-d
St day and thet next by tlie citiz~hn- A W'oderful limp.
Pe-sacola. The Nernst lamp. which created quite
Hpe ,od- Knigts of Honr. a furore lu scinetitic circles a few
Sgi.-ve a grand ball at WarritHtotn months ago. Is only kept oat of ure be-
xt Monday tnirtht and invited Pen- cause it cannot be lighted uatil the
l, ..,li:i to attend. Ticket-. g,11- rod which forms part of it is first heat-
S-: n tit .' C -t."t--; ladie- fri-a-; tr;.n-- eat. lk-sides that. the Nernst glower
:tatioll onl ti;u- dulimmy free. under high pressure Is good only for
Th- Ea-ter Monday b 11 aundl cai:- 3a hours or less. The light. however.
p'.v- drill at it a tln'ry l:a-t t il.t i almost a8 natural as sunlight andl a.
u ulnqu-t-ionatll;'y oh ii 'f tlite t.-t agreeable. The lai ruII consists of a
i-alit ev-.lii ili;itulcirat- a pl" ; y I l.i1it l ftiantry. i-.1 it wi al- (,r four inchles In klngti.th, hehil y nimetal-
.rally ,:itIroaliz,-td. In tVie' c- in- lie attachttlnu ts at either eniaI anul in-
*;ivi- aall KPilv.tt- Jotta i.>w,-r close fo(r safettv in an open glass
i, I(.:,;*tjI .I11 ti., g lal. iin, tI, igla e.-I'l. ihadelphia Press.
w it tn + , -. at . ra,,,.r'a w:i- t',...it tuly I.-, *I Pih l.nnsL n uage.
l 1i tra--h .-ni t '- wi -' rv.- d l'roft-ssour Kollick.ir of the Nalites
: ,-.l-,il tI -w,-ll itha- iia..anii.- aaI aquariuin recently \\w nt down luto the
.a v. I-ii, MNiditilrran.tan inll an iron cag lit up
-Inl ptarrat ha. l,, ie0 'aa ,t lyv el.-'tricity. W ith tt. a l. ot a ipow-
u k ,,; ,ut, P.tai:l \ t,.,.t w erful r trci.er anial ti especially c n- struiet
.- 1 1d a, -it k i I I iali1t oaf the- e1' phiontograph he rtgisterel-d the ex-
-* -trday. lying anl wailing plrtssios of surprise with which thee
,. -i all i "!:.-hit:. .A aI t itat ill"*i a not.l; ilint the sounial t::a:l.h by a.ne fislh
'-\ ii..Oi (':.lil- ;A i l1. t'loppPe'. diff,.rs greatly from thit of another
: -,,.k.--l a1 'at. but ontl I I *1 t, anI h s zilirnri .e up thi r-si:Iul< aof hi-
-.- yi I t ''. -t- th -* -t, Art a' r:r .:t 1": 1 in t**i. ct-an itioun i,:it the
S -" "- :l, i: a ;,nd s,,ana ls ti :. 'h 1 will It Ie. r'eeotni7z 'l

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--Id t'.." "A. ,:,,, aw, FLY 8 'REENS..


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their' e".lpai'iai:i.
Thi. is is thi. -clhw ', lih It is ( rialaxsel
to f, lloa w ip. It is thiouili-' t tl,::t thei
expl it llU l111i:.1 ha\vt' '41oiea to gri1t1 not
far fl'ia:if lit- :Itce wt \vi-rtl' te i bl.xy \%:is
faIut l. Na \O % i sc ilol'I :; Sw i' lish-ltiis-
slini \,p> '!iliS is to to Sp:tzih rgetr
to relieve the Iparty tha:it ha: blteu
slta'idintl a ntl.-.ht r of uoiitlhs there iu
the w\prlk of iIe:atsIring an are of tilhe
meridian in that high latitude. Thet
Swaedisih stveamer that will Ie part of
tlhis txpedt'iilJO will make a detour to
Kim Ciamrles l-ld and carefully
a-earr thitr iiac<-e-s of tlie lost party. It is
liotugi't to bIe higihlly proti;able that
imolr' vr halps cousideratile li;.ht thrown upon
the fate of Andree and his men.-NeW
York Snu.
What lHe Would Have Said.
In a complicated criminal case an chld
land surveyor was suibpt'nartd to give
lils proessional opinion in the matter.
As the prot-eetdings were about to be-
1in lie asked permission to say a few
words. but was called to order sternly
'>y tinhe udge. who told him to wait till
lie %as questioned. The case then pro-
cetcled. A host of witnesses were ex-
anined. and even the prisoner fre-
uluently was esaled upon to make a
statement.
After a couple of hours the judge
said to the old surveyor. "Now. sir.
we shall lie glad to hearI what you
hav- to say on thie whole nise."
'The witness stood up iand replied:
"I only wishicld to remark awhile ago
that I a;m ,quite dealf in lily left ear and
rather hard of hearing In the right. I
w:a1s el-rely going to ask If I nmiight tbe
.allowed to sit irnimedilately in flroit of
tlac witnesses andthe prisoner. lp to
now I alive not heard n single word of
the proceedi:ings."-London Tel'egra: ph.


Foote Could Be Caustlc.
)ite of the best repartees on record
Is that of Foot,'. the actor. IPining
with some friends. a heated dispute
arose between himself and a young
nobleman. The latter sought to dis-
parage Foote by asking him what his
father was.
"A tradesman." said Foote.
S"Theu. sir, it is a pity he did not
i mtle you one."
" Anl pray, let 0 n ask. what was
Syour fatlicr. my l.)rd?"
My father, Mr. Foote, was a gentle-

I "Then, iny lord, It's a pity he did not
make you oue."-Collier's Weekly.


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STAGE GLINTS. -
Jerome K. Jerome is at work on a new
comedy for Annie Russell.
A paiy basIl on "Peg Woffington" is
being \ written for Ma.iale Adams.
James T. I'owers and his wife. Rachel D
Booth. will stan tio>.!* r uxt ,wason in a
in 1w uttI sicail jIda':.
Sol Smith I.ti:ell has been restored to
h"althl. it is ,aid. ian. I will resume his pro-
tessifiia l work next s..asoiin.
PThe is na rumor t.) th h ff- l"Fraui-- \'Vil<,,'n ; a l .essi i Ba.tlett Ia-
vis will 'tar tg(thelir next season i a
new opera. C<
A-n, 'i-t van Vine's- ,Iay. "-The Broken in C.al.
Mt'ldy ." whli sandth p-rfourmance in e ::lhunl.d. and We
Martin llarv-y. <,alle.. "thie Enclish
Boothi" niil si.l to I,. thbei tlio.t pronaising
actor in (iGr-;et llritain, will ,iake a star- Special
ring tour of Aiim'ri,-a ni xt season. Extra I
"IBot:les' Bb.ay." L. to tow revived at the Ti
(.Garri-k theater. I,onalon. 'with ('. W. cated tI
G originated the chuarn ter of CeAptain Lucy
in 1SKS. in the leading role.
I.ouis Mann atinl 'l;::ra Lipman have It
presented "The G;irl In the Bnrra-ks" at in the c
six different theaters in New York this dren's I
sea.-on. This has partly contributed to
the impression that it is played out.
Another Johann Strauss hait tultmile his Al
.,iapfrance. The it-w scioin (if this fa- Aside fi
nioali family is a son of lEduard Stratum Brands
and can isu iiently 1a i-plat.w of atobhaun reduce 1
Sttriis- thli st,,-.nli. !,a hu alretaly M iles',
c.,tilpoa,- l :Ii op4-iar' ttai. iia1l it is ;ii.nniounc- Belts of
'.lt tli:.t hei i- ;:,,inl t, start thia yvar-i on a
tir a nridi, the wrl, \iti ".-Jhaun -
S ;riiiss Vr1 n.:i 01<'!-tl'. ri" .


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Sale of Silkalisle Vests. value 35c at............................25c
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he above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
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Oxford Clotlh' anti ,cotch Ginghams that were ::,,........now 2.5c
Frere Kvehilin French Figured Organdies t!.;at were -aId
a alid -.,ie ...................................................... now "M e
I- V-st-. low Latck. no srle-ve-, faoriintr price ;;:,:................ now 25c


One o.f their ,.'-.-,--t t!hinz. fr th!,' n-ek Extra Valutie V ---. low in i k. nio ,ieve..... ....................... .. l
i- the lll.-i Tr!iy I,:tNi iig tie ,idale of Extra Value.s iln Ladi- -' and Children's Hoz.-iery at................ ...27, & 335c
sil' ia plt,-l a' niI .-..W rt !i abv' a fair aisortment of !a-t sen-.u Stanley
Sui';.ip ..a Ia.dI;,a- l]..r t, ', ithi I.,; ,'' tf da B U Ll S .":I r: a t-. fwatir t -hr -.t ii fro .m C: ."- to '.- in brokerl
:l, I!' :a.i.l t:., hIr:. lkio l -tm ;intl a I aillnIt .'s sizes to i "lu> .r-. it )t a..lv a" t t -r point t' riv t t r tfr>- ae v.uiea I a .e a., .aa- oout.
p,.ia-,' *,f the, f:n. y :iv 'a t .ira uni iil. th' -
nlt .':a 'ii- ."a r" la t 'h .iui. i'"r '-a alII.
'i, at F. nIch- ln it t!:>t a rainal R H A LLIDA Y & C 1.,
t hi l **. k tw I l:u i. i r st ,l ,* ,l l l ,r, 'l i n gl
nic'-!.\ of trct. wthich ,on th- oiitt-idt is Telephonr;,e t 1 3:. and 5 Palatfox Street.

Ca etia 'tely:. aa'as -'wa ith ,, i 417'-ll a r- :a -.. .
eall>eo- It lau or a lhifioia aalgial with a tiny
frill df ahi.a illy.
lin.ly shirr., ski tataI w itth mati-hing
l,,dic' y ks alraL faitlilu s oaf s a1 o e 4,f the0
Fr-Inch g -oit of hati-t<. 1h-lfa-t linmity.
I ldia 1111111t i4atili.ii ana1 l (China silk. The
Iia,,g sl.-. s ior poartins to f Win- sleeve are Capital of the Four Gr.'at Banks of the World.
iThe lal -irl'.%Gainslrough and Main- Bank of England, $86,047,935
tenon bat,. i,,ppear ainoni exclusive titles f .
in high pri.,d Frencnh tnilltwry. l'hw Bank f France, 36500,000
shapes are unusually large andl show the -B n
< ,eccentricity .Crown ,an bri character- Imperial Bank of Germany, 28,660,000
istic of these hista'i iiel .Maniinth hydirangeas. poppies a nd Bankof ASsia, 25,714,920
chrysanthenmunis. hlugoe c-arnations. cab-
bage roses. and a.ileas mnade of gauze,. -otal, $176,822,855
chiffon or rumpled e(re'pe liase appear as
the most faslhicnable oaf trimmings on FUlDS ELD IT TUE MUTUAL LIFE IISUAllS E 6IPi.
French huts of zephyr straw made really
for Easter rwar. F more
Maple ivy anal bronze and yellow oak SFI TE PAMENT SF ITS ILICI, "IECEIEI, 31. 1 33,
leaves are used on leghiorn hats trimmed t comin
with erepe Hsse anal wide velvet ribbon. Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
Not only is the foliage artistically inter-
mingled with the deecwation on the hat, capital of these famous banks.
but separate leaves are laid flat itpon the 'fat. n,.w fdru Tf ipaliuv of lihe Mutiul Life Inusar.i (, ,niqlany of
outside of the brLu a round its entire cir-
cumference.-New York Post. New York. lichluril A. MC(iurly, Presidient. provi -de:


MOORE AND CIGARETTES.
After awiho~ing eigarette the weather
mniaihola ul~ji ata i%i k.*la i'. JiS IjjzfIdeling'aa11it
"h it ting t he p ipe",- I hi' agai lta'oril.
With the a igmuet te p;rahibittd0 in the
sigigal i iSi i'a'aalheaesthat e A ill be itt
danger -f ala aialy w4auther prettiet~imns.-
NN iWaI:1,a-a S.*,1tninca'i
I t~tihe W!iiaf at triin~to- lie wentieLr
jor-diiationii' #if the IList mnialthito c4ima-
rottis 1 1"1 p Ilie. ny it 1h4S lIPakaal nitira'
is if thavIn uight lii a v t--n ilreamiied atint
1,.vtrC~illllI tieia'.-Hi fxl pre,.s.

eirly line' that is milminti~ieslika. but in
atmolishing it. .,) far as het is able, Chief!
Moore has setat woart hy exampillpe to ot her
Fmawiy .iiterident, aif JI oSam's18 ill niense
army (if hirval menf. -C-o d~zg unner-
vial Gazattf..
Nom.-tli:it eiwa ratta'smolik~fl iinghs aii
pra hj laoil ill t ho Vweathr tli-r'rvice. may
we tiat l'kfar :lin impi-i-mra~lent in pare-
ai -tjaiti'm, '! WhD van isn v that the- aiga-
Iiiltp 11.1, nat b-aa th'* a-atl1ta $if tiha .n
rivail 4 r:iit;-. %%*316ae a'1j.1atlaavr seaana-
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Sciomi'I-"I'N( FITA BLE I NVES'1'I ENI'r
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CECIL W-LLUOX, General Agirnt,

JA -KSONVILLE, FLA.

W. G. CIIIPLE!"Y.9AG'EN.T,

P CX SACOLA. FLA-


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts


a',

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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDREHT. ,, ,' ,~::', :,r nov.


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*.SKI RTS. Motto: Aboute Puriy. LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
Duck Skirtsin White. Black and Colors from MISS R. NEWELL, AX-. oxWoI
65c to $100. DRESSMAKER,Old Qualer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

Linen and Crash k kirts from .... 75c to $2.00 c -Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(-
White Pique Skir.:s from .. $1.50 to $6.00 10. 10 Norti BaYlen Strait. Cesterfleld B r Whiske.--
be eter ne Trmmd wt at ~iidInerta: ndal _______________ wTv vv IM "a- vNo Y7TiY% 0-NA U


'; be BetterOneg Trimmed wit B:. i nd Insertian. rd all
made up iv the Newest Stylh .

3000 yards Colored F.gured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This is a IRegular 7c Value.


Photographic Artist,
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*-WHOLESALF. CR:OER3.=*
A" ENTIRELY FRF-SH AND) NEW vrocx 0-'. ANCY
GROCEPIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPIECIALTflS.
Tr-. 30xvGr ~ola~o~m Wlco4o 3PlWpxax-.
Salesrootfl, 132-134 E. ( 4,vprt'ilflPt Street.
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Promotina Combustion.
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THE CENSOR.

r Man vill soon seek for a Sunday out-
Ing. babbling brooks and shady nooks and
find caterpillars and rheumnatism.-New
Orleans Picayune.
A C4a nnectieuit farrier proposes to re-
coa1-ti-uct th.o ja:-dh-zif Eden. but be
Ido.-s not v~j,!.-t to hars' it rk-a,!v before
th~s faiH.-LI, t-n T:'-;twri -t.
The Kai-rss .9 i.yLa~s dvc!a~ruI
a 'Il'i% Itn .ut t ht-re i-n .t czni-j,t-.bnbi:i-
ty t'.:i! the tiru- t,.i'i 1-..*vr tlie iaizitu-
ticon.---Pratt ia ban.t Iopl~hI,-an.
2' 4Irnalia r~iaia r~i o .h. q-p't 11.-Aday,;

tr iZT, r ?.1ri hi- n ffaiirs a Is .Wazh-

I u-k.-y i-iN a.. 1->.;hz Ia-lips of

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Whe..-v,-r N ar- low d ~ tredt:..i
carl in h .- prig wi.....ha ing ago


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The ~ nLiit'-.,fu thie, in ftv 14the mo
bea t'1'diet f:r i:einj~ter .,v 1.s-mua'h


A LI'r rkTTLEar.) llwed to r.dt'
TI-art nthe spinal withoIut havi-ng a o.d
04#Z )' mr ina*#-ing ifialways others
of 1 ir' Wiflt'ril(. TIt is ZUOvtif rc"IucM-
not 'N-ntiiu._wt.. Wf.al9 A.sell'fcoI
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IiS.-i ta k'-tu.rv Co111pam3' m

Mr.-. Doara Tally and? C. M. ('ole-
T It n.--t a nt C. NM o!.- n a n. 14 rI-I uIr-.

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WANTED.


Wasted to by all kids of :Scorc
land Fermitirs, MNrciagise, c.
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DMNK LION BEER!


Endorsed by all Physician- as th'-
only Beer ab-olutely tree fr-,n adu;-
tt-rati:n.

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,


P1.'FNAAVOT rA


HE WAS PROBABLY LYNCHED
JIM WIlIIIAMS Arrested But Is Taken
From Sheriff.
XWATCPlOS'z, rG-.&. Apr;l 16.-The nsgro.
Jimn William'., who caea~taled him-st-If in
;m nitm.r r. iniI of Mr. J1. W. smith's
res',;Ino.e9 a Af,-w niizh t !--inII..'s- a, dt ~p.d
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It Is s aid -. at t.; ct!l;.- z r!:.
sky have n in lnf1u'nc' uiprn Tr h ..:ar-
actor and temperament of the people
who live under them.

We will launder yo'ir pr.adis fnr
15 cents each and make tZe'n: lo)k
like new. Star Laundry.

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


for Infants and Children.
Castoria i'- qn1!armlpl%s substitute for U(a-'4r Oil. P;.r.
gore, IDropsi and $ootliiin'- Syrup-i. 1~i 'isleI%aiit. I-
contains iit.ither Opirum. 'lkorphi.we vor other NN~irci to.
p~ubstance. It: detroys Wormis 31141als'ays ceil s-.
it cures IDi-arrha-A aiandWind ('uli. It* relie1%4 r-4 'Itv.
in-, Tro~ubles aiul eire% Conti-pation. It ro--miaiteti,

The ChIihiren.s Ianaceai-The )Mothe~r*% FricIum.

The Kind You Have AlwaysBoo
Bears the Sit-nature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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T IN Pegui:a -
,aks Tat- -
(Teething Powders) TEETMIL ? ,
GCsts only 25 cents at Druggists. TAN A.
ar 1.- .:i -.ft. toC. J. MOFFETT, M. D. ST. LOUIS. rc,


A. n AVERY,


IMPORTN.R AND JOBBFR CF


Bmlar? cn ci a ? re,,
Lron. Nails, Axze. Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat n'pplles. Cc< k:.j
and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glaps.
Agate a id Tinware and Housefurnihing Goods.
Guns, Pistols and Fthbing Tackle.

AGENT lor Birmingham Rolling Mills Compaty. R,-vr#- .i,::.
Stitched Belt-ng, Northampton Bmery Wheel Company. Iaftin a Ra-.i1
Powder Company, Jobnson's Kals4mine. Iron iag srd Buck' ,-', ..r
and Range". Wm. 0oupe &Co.'s Raw Hide Lao* Leather, Kaury's Beady
[a4d- kat!ir->d Colors.

Masonic Temple, Penqacola, Fla.


F. C BR':NT.


WN.I H 4INVI'~4 .s.M


DURHAM Cigars are r,.,; -. v.Ae.r-t-.' ,.,.. .....-
the finest 5 cent smoke., t o a
Try them at D'Alem-FirstNational Bank


PRtOPOSALS FOR POL ICE UNI-
FORMSI.


-.,L.to r -.any or a,;
F.G 4K I IF .. ? ~ I
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and btui~diia tI.',f're in
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commencef-wth Ic,#r at
once you in j% b.-. Hble to
overk urn fliiapr '-oEdi-C.
I reg~r,-* to Ioh-art.- that I
didn't c972.-'--ar i-
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IPensacola Gal (Co,


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. XNOW!ES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER JR
D. G. BRENT,


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jV'Wq rw ar wn BIllJQ of Exchange on Great Brit in. Ire'a: I
Jerman t-'ratc-3. Aa -ria, Italy. Holland. Mpaiu, Belgiuma, Ru-ua N, r
.Ty.y. swaden. Dona*rk and other Eurovpean oo0trieFw.

,,-+Va-ael Dl;bursed apon ne Most Favorabl Teirr.-. and :'- :
Obligation? Taken Payable at Port of Deetsan&son Ten or Fzftsoe. i..y
a'ger Veddel Arriv, i.ere
Wd'Safety Deposit Boxes for Reat in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Reuters.





McMillan Bros. Co.


"Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


SmT. itt ad i NuiitKS for tht


Celebrated McMiflan Seamless Torpentine Still,

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MOBILE, ALA.


THE ORIGTWAL --


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BEER.


-~ ~ V. J. VIDIIzSilo Wholesaler.



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JG& ]FAMILY TRADr SOLICITED

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1900.


t wian Revenuse Colh'ctlOnvk.
'~ -f.Tl~e AplI#!-iThe diviio
11- Ttad in'.utr affairs of the
h-y'~y tha Opexceiu tbp sratf-.
*.tw iiitriual T*-vJ1u- C(eIh.
*-1.ec 14 fer" hiTwiihe

it -*rT .i_ r --t e- fopr the Mr


I t a: l#.I 1cn ie; -Pio.pl.
N. ITArA,, in, In tfl''i


L c .I.aA that th.- reallinuv
'cu- 1III PlI.-viIN 't*.V. as. Ong-
i!i-t.-.dI .f crowetoling the

I hr.-'-Fatally ltearne.-4
ltI () U.Ajnil lo;- Bv an
ofAIII. lt, 'icnwet.Lila' the' furuiao
),I pllait Of thll- Nationail SI't4e'
Jamfic- Jebit.ee.allac.' Al-
aevfatally burned.Tht.expb-lC i.. tu
'atised by the- hit r-tallf'orIcg' .,It,


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tatey Appeal.nd y BallOU
COLUMIA, S. C., April 16.-Attorney
General Bellinger contemplates carrying
the question of the Neal indictment be-
fore the supreme c; Purt. He thinks it
necessary to have that tribunal decide .---AT---
whether oir itnt Ne-al was responsible for
the e(illecti',:i ,if (.Invi't hire- money, as
that qI*a-sti-' ii t.t largo-ly mint' the -A R M ORY H A LLt- ^ iHII;-


ALHANY. April id -Governor R ose. Chipley TLight Infantry.
velt toL.iy signed the bill providing for'
shorter hour.' for the drug clerk. in the
city f N'.w York and for the inspection The Chipley's Intend to Make thi. Bill the Biggest Sucpes. of any
of drug stores by tLe local Ixard of they have heretofore given and will spare no expense to that end.
health. Under its provisions drug clerks
are prohibited irom, leepinginzthestores Admission, Gentlemen 50c Ladies Free.
or in apartments cone, acted with the'
stores.


q Atlanta Journal iold. b"THE OLD RELIABLE."
ATLANTA, April 16.-Hon. oke Smith
ACTS NTLY ON THE today sold his interest in the Atlanta
KIDNEYS LIVER Journal to H M. Atkinson, Morris
S VBrandon and J. R. Gray of Atlanta.
AND BOWELS Complete control of The Journal hase amily Gr eres
A ND BO C ~ into the hands of Mr. Atkinson and bis jrAic.aiJly acHBnBes,3
ANDWhEu associates as the minority stockholders'
IES THE SYST also disposed of their holdings.
CPE ) 9V DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
DE DAILY MARKET EPOT. everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.
C zC ----S COTTON.
OVERCOMES 1 '. w YoRK April 16. oP.w CUOlm Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.
~<0y4 5jOmPTIAfJ 0N auary............... T.W .... 7.9 0
i ybruIry:......... ...... .... 0o Cow. Palafox and Zarragossa Streets,
4BITUA LI ro .................. K .... b 5
DVtaa tamenW. ApriL ............. ... .... 9o Phone 213. -:- PENSACOLA. -:- P. 0. Box 6.


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4,e..1 I.: icc ca .,f tl NI h4ctak..
a ~ Li!.:.-.t en :l .iiit'ts eeictieet("eI
%k ithI edelicaut C I. ua, 1'- 4, lee li I' et'es ited
ai 1 ci I, tl.Ile ~ in' 'i -%-r ity the jan-
-fl 4of '4'1lg iAgni. sea m
f. .r ie '~ 014' tee-. .f cenivultaxtry .cheuol'

i:e.o'ii xtnlw ef' Ser' hales canceled
hoi V. :il 1::IixIcI il 44 1,1her tm. i n.
A ie-- i ile r. I lreeii-ic eliust itt his arqui-
fpe Ic-.,. ov i~ in h. cirtii.] l 4e" elvai~orsii ii fe I lk e
l--,svizcu he-r e-s.tatu tee tie' Jpoe r (,f %4-rvin
I a xill twe'tht' tirt-tEucropeain v4.-te
tr~ % i.1i-tjt'l to hu'shah (:ih f erbia nex
f- i ilceer. IeI I. M il j '111 e~-404-4-d ." Wa V aOtt
[i'j cctlc. (aei. a-11-t" and' 'w eclSt.
I''er, I W A b i.. oitthe idtci, ole f 3J1111
ii' v. ill '.to IBerliin aicl ttlc e'i t,,* e 'riq
Fin-i EnzhI iie.I. Ill- returnwill I N' by way
,f I 'a t i,. Viennat. 4%-i s*t altoinc eple and


She Didn't Pay.
Not all car condluctors are merely
h:tir l'e-n'd ringe'rs ilt of fares. A poor
\o:;imln gt Ion a Tv<.i;ty-tthird street
cr<.'-tom n, c'r at l['<'nrthl enue. antd
a< It %:'i w,'ll v iRnt 'r w a:y n;ild slee vwaq
Ileolt te i:ii,'l hier t:-.r', tea tlotil .onductor
s!.'1 aisktd hi ie li ir' t ':mi sferre'd te
Sixth ai\ue 'nli'. 'nil I'ilng told no. shit
dlr-'w Iack .,.r c,'O'i- anid asked to be.
lh-t of".
"'*ve a long \ays to go on Sixthl
avenue." shle s-aid. ":and I'd better walk
to ltheret anil it'lle ride."
The carr thttu la reached 1Madison
at l lU '.
** \e:i;t till \\e' get :across the street."
I8l'-we e' thice c(ti(l ainIl i.st ail of stlping; thler lie let thit
ecilr iL i'i1. jp s ;t th- transfer stntio)O
nna 1 nolri's I'rc.:rl.:ey to Si';th avenue.
'Ther hic pulled lhic le.ll al.d looked at
Lr
"'T:ank yiu.." she sa ll gratefully.
II. lhadl earrie.l l'r witli;n a liloeck of
w lere -! ie \\anted It go and had taken
no far,,.-N-w Y,
TRIR: HE -T 144IAV; 1% THI-' WORIi.D
i- Fain-r SS:lve. It is madel from a
; .'* r,|,r ,,i'i'. y :. world( w id-, known
-kI.. -p,..ialI-t :,n i |po-'tiv. Iv t!he
-' e.* lni"t iN- teor pil. tiwtr-.
-! .1 ,!-. ci t-. r-. iiiiii'l.n -,' r#- :4 td
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I: I tI'.,r 'lrn Ilatl 1,i p il 'tim ent
Iv.., w, r! !!.,! *. : x tr I;'".. I v:i!-
1"-. \\ ,' ;Irt, 111.1 .1 :. r,,,,eec I : tI 'i-
C.. ;:rii ..! C f'"r C :riiv;l of 01:1
F,' tv :t.. r-lT i Io My Igt111nll1 I at I lepartln t-it
S.'i ':li hl v :i ti -'. tri'l' odC1 |'! ;c(
it ;.Or $L :!\.2'> *\ :, i e;Idl $1.7", i 1 L -g-
i' -. N"..M ix-il Braid-. e-tc.
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C('ho,-ii- Crea:n Mint Waferts.
If y.vor dealer h:a- not .got them. tell
him to, get them.
(;Gn,lo Su|iper and .Fe\h ('howder
The Frauen-Verein of the (ei-man
I,uthierat church will irive a gumbo
.itpper attd fi.h chowde-r at the Mer-
ctlaIts hiot-el on Tuesday night,
April 17. at s o'clock. Tickets for
irumblo .r chowder are for sale by
ull i t ihb-rsof the Verein and at the
MerchAint-it hotel. price_5 eents.
farston A Finch are
hEadquarters for hamn-
n ocks. either line or cheap.
,.. 7iv77 n,..v7. t thir sta l'.


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Ju&L. ..................
Ja ly .. ............
August................
eptem t ar..........
October ............
November .r ......
D )ozuuer ......


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6RAlN AND PROVISION&.
K11CAGO. April 16 OPK'N CLOs'
1IAT-.MaY .. .... CA06:45 I
AEAT-JUlY ......... 6s",
Rk.Ar-Siptemuber.. ... b
ui-Aprcl.. ......... 3
IN-Jul; .... 4-
it.%-September ... ...- 41
rb-kIerif....24..p a
ias-July ''. ......2C1,tt
ui-Aprel .. ...... 12. 7;
Si-May........... it Go .... 12.77
UK~-July .........1.2 .9
AD.-May .............4'212 .... 7.32% g~Ptr
IwD-July ... 7.40 their Imnemse
imi-April .........7 .22/,
ms-MaT .......7.10 .. -2/
no-July 722
Bs.-September....... .7.t


Deafnesa Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach tile diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafnessis caused
by an inflamed condition of the mu-
,-us lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have 1
a rumnlingz sound or imperfect hear-
ing. and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnessis the result, and unless
the inflammation can be taken out,
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine ca-es (out of t'n are
caused by catarrh. which is notl.ing
hut an inflamed condition of the
Ill1coumis urfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for ahy case of Deafness (caused by,
eatarrl> that cannot be curea hby
Hall's (Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
cular-: free.
F. J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sol' by Druggists. 75c.
Hall'- Fdmily Pills are the be-t.


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COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.


LOUISN


SOMETHING NEW

*eE VERY DAYJ


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LL & KLEIN'S


nmoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOr ST.,
Toelopb.xone 80.


Said about 500 pairs of
long legged, st ort legged',
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sort of legged gar-
ments, 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
pants. Somine are two.
three and four dollars a
pair, good worsted pants


S pants for ader-
buyf pants. for adver-


Hns, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect tising purposes-to sound


TIME TABLE.

VILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANUARY 27. 1900.


No. No. 2. N.o. i. No. 3.
12:45 noon 11:'2 p m Leave..... Pensacola .....Arrive 4:15 p m 5:i10a m
2:15p m 12:5tOnight Arrive .....Flomaton ..... Arrive 2:4.5 p i .6 a m
4:12 pn 3:06 a m Arrive ...... Mobile ...Arrive 12:5 noon 12:0 night
h:.3 pm 7:40 a in Arrive...New Orleans...Arrive 7:am 7:45p m
6.00 p m 6:10 a m Arrive.. Montgomery... Arrive 11:20 a m :IU pm
6:60a m 7:10p m Arrive .... Nahivill .... Arrive 2:21 a m 9:0 am
12:25 noon 2:30 a Arrive .... Louisville .....Arrive 9:12 pm 2:55 am
4:(6 pm 7:06am m Arrive .... Cincinnati ..... Leave 5:4 p m 11:(00p m
BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 21. No. 8. No. 2. No. 22.
11:56night 7:00a m .. .......... Pensacola .. .... I1:(op m #:.* pm
12:54night 7:; am i .. Milton i.-:'- iin m 5:20 pm
4:0 an m 9:2n am .... DeFunitk springs ': 9 p ni .2:40 p m
i:(jua a t iE:.4sam ... ........ (bipley .. 5.3 p 11 .:57 pm
7:) a m I, 11: a in Marianna .... .. :, 1p n '2:i noon
4:i5Ba I i 12:06onoon ... River Junction ::si pm li;:-2a in
.........1:4 p m .... ... Tal lahasuee .. ..... ;: p in .....
7:25 p m ...... Jacksonville .A. :. m ... .....


TEa OIGINAL EDITUC 17iT nARRI OUiI,'


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF P'RITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
PACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

ZyThe Largest and Best Selected Stock ,of Bottle- Whi-ky amid
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
y 'Also Agent for the FIamotiu Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part (of the City.


P. O. Box 4 IS.


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 179.


Delmonic Hootel and Restaurant


cheap.


W e buy food pants,



pants that are made of

food goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch

pockets, (tq watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see
if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pockets


and refreshment pockets.


WE SEL All *




WOOL1PANTS


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-
terns for 52.50 that will keep an able
bodied man buzy nights and days to
wear them out in a -year. and for
$3.m), some new fancy cassimere
pants, lapped -eami and creased


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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

* Booms for Rent by the Day, Meek or Month.
311, 312 lorlh Tarragona Streit, Opposite Union Depot. I
O-Telephone 68.-- We -ell all p
--!--GEO. WILSON & CO.,-- panit feor $1i.. that are ,
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Patronize our Pantry,. it
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVE DAILT. WHOLESALE AID RETAIL.


Have you tried Swans at enon" Pensaco
Down four.' It is the whitest -
and sweetest on the Admeri- CURE YOURSELF"
can market, in barrels, hal,/f .dt*; 4-" 'i*lf r ... '
barrels, 2. pound and 12 r.rtr o r,,-,,rr ."rI
pound sacks, wholesale and *so TnEt sC*i;.e Co.,,- -r ,,, ,
retail o r -nt in plain irap-r
Try Delatour's Ginfer -r .3," ir.,l # I ,t
.e; best Mineral Waters WOHN ircDaVID,-t


la. Florida.


I ain't, hut will
he-re-aftl-r


OWEso


ure worstedl
imply great.
pays.


TIhsmetinyCapaulessresperior
to Ral.m of .oCoplib%,
II'l91THE
0.-bebe ,awd. InjecUon|

mime diseel without anyo |
reuenceu soLOrByALLDRUQMISI|


JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AID BROKERAGE NTYR AL PILLS CO
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING a.n"'".
Sc HETR*EK'% NGLLSH
AND TIMBER LANDS IB Ua* I..4 swa .l-id, ,i, .
FOR BALE. D6u,- .6. .hetu d -. ?ad Iine Bpi i
ft.=r6.1s= The B!g DBo TomW Clotjier,
Ibans Plaed at reasonable Kates A .L"dat. a, by.eere.mmi.T- '
24 East Government Street." .511 Pafm b
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ported goods, and only
$1.10 per dozen.
Try our Freshly Roasted
Coffee.v.
J,4S. M'HUGII,
7holevale and Retail Gro-
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSB A FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AFRIL 17,1900.


Ubm ab e Pass Coves Nor kbe UpV
ft Is mot angr alone that makes cats'
arch their backs. Indeed. when two
cats as* preparing to fight they do not
assume thits attitude. but cro~uch low.
just att they do when aLmnut to spring
on their priy. the bo-y lIwinz extended
and the hair unot In the least erect.
But when, on meeting a doog swideniy,
fear 1-4 combined uith anzer then the
cat. standing at its full heig-ht. at once
arches its toack, with an instin't ave ef-
fort to apjscar as f.'rtuiduiale as plos-i-
ble.
loam-i wr;i *nr-s i-'t Tit, wsineitiiiIr
attitude 4-f ije 1I xvua "hqn :ta L-ed a-
to that (if itpd ;As :i.rutf fh ivir feath-
ers arn(I ts.r..:hi (Put their witn.zs :n.!
tail whe~n alaraiied. It is ni,: icenbite
that a cat will ako4 arvh iti. loch when
in an effs-ciiiiiatflitfra~ni -,f nt in i~1. rt;!n
icing Its*-lf aii ;nst T. zni.; ij:.I-j-;log. At
the Nn~inm T,mnw 1 ;it,:l~htlv ;i f, fr
and lJohl~.is its lai**.rqt. Its :,tiiii
titude is. j1 tI!.t ,fi r-i i t. w1w i'
It apstmities %%!).In I.:I %;' a
Darvvin a '.~f-r tifn-i~n t!!q f, I
lIowing wor.!-.*1'eta n ii *:!ot; 4f :

are oft wi N--*o* w". wrn a *i:r,. i-
13' 0I1bQ)16 0 i tS:1 4. II.-` 11;.:!Ai'.'
t here I.,a::n a:I''..zt '
tv 44'd .1, r '*:PI., in of.1i
sInefit I! r, I'r*.' 4-1-i. Tei Z.:1t ijrv.
though It '1- 1.% 1". in' -[.. S !"


A Rrlde's ( Ieter Idea.
Out in I ,;i;z ;I 10:11 -.,' :!..-. c,:n i'"
lutilloa 1.i ;.- .:'- tll.i tIm arrived \ t n41 .;inl '. :i :I I'. ;.. t;'
bride ill the i .:i. .!; -. i :; 'i-.-
keel<'( rs ilo 1i. in th. ,;:' n l.:%.
with h oft late I.y i;'., '. i', 1 ,.':'in \\-:!,:ina
nl4t ot i en f 1iiC.;. ill i', l.i ll ti day. and ic.,' i C invl-:iT: i n ,i ':rally
tumret ol oill le-Ir "The mii-, I.av 1.....l .. !,.itl l;t.ely."
said the older n': a.i:. "tlit I k<-lIo ov-
erythin;g t ri kLd ud p i, :li :iall ily :(t:l0!0les
In the Ioxcg."
The yo.iie. ;r a;;.:t.'s .ve'S s i!i:'led
with eligern-ss.
"My" lSt.' saki. "I ouleln't dlnre4 d1i
that. 1 ounildn't want to run i.:-hb :i
risk. I le.aivet rackers and cheese lying
about fcvery night when I go to lwed so
that wh.tn the mnke lIecome hungry
they'll flud something to eat andl not
gnai things. I'm always afraid they'll
bite boles In my Dew tatdle-lotlis na-I
my nice eveiterpie<-es if I don't klavei
the cheese rlght when they c'an litnil It
easily. I f,'1l -,trfe -tly safe when I
know thern'-s plenty for tl1m to elnt
right where they can get at it."
There's notl:itig after nil like having
a clever idena like ttl:;i niw and then.-
Washington I(<;st.

Nitcknames of *rltIhm Regimetms.
The greunadiar guards \ Teri nickin:in>-
ed "The Collhi.avera" Ica':niise tlh'y
were at oil' t!lie allowed plain clothe at ddil j ihs fi"r Iprlvitie
employer. "hbe Svelit onth o'.ut "wt'rea-' "TIKh
Elegant Ex.\irni-t-i,'" it-aN-.t :;t one time
all their oli *other ciri,; "" "hl' l .' 0:;-iy qixth <\vold
their naiti of Iht" l.ani-',!', i niua s" to
tikir colon-l's stirring sl,-tli ionuu the
ancient Sl.itt.:ins. like rntiiniy otliher
regiments. 'Thie ;allant i'iflieth" re-
elved sIvi-ral in1i<1i:ii in's- "'Th Illinil
HIalf llundrid." from their iopihithailiun
troubles in I'agyi>t. :ail "The Dilrty
Half Huinnlr*-l*" I -, mcular t flith ilhy v il- t! ihiniselve.s with
their black f:.-int.s. The t lin lilunn-
dretdth ragim) drld" anI "Tlii.' (I'o 'iis "" Thli,
Twenty--l,.-!.th w' .ir .' ,d "'The.' Fore
and Afts" l,*.*a.stiae. .taniing li n.k Ito
la ck, the ',p<'l'11,,i! a front n il re-ar
v'tac'k leforir', Al*xandlr-i in Isi-. 'The
I hi(shire rii' ;:; init !.:atL I ..,n '*- risti!'t )led
"The Lrli ;.ih.g ''oinlcl<:r." because
a "In the Irish!i :rn,''n*V.rs of o <'..i several
men we're, -ru t* ly v lnin ; during a
night manr -I .- L..no)n Nws.


lb. Riag-hnla.
The ring' 11 doi..ot disAlain an in-
sect diet. lheellln. grasshoppers, lo.
custs and tcernitesi are all readily de-
voured. as \\-In :rn ticks amn l ots pick-
ed from thi- hides of '.artfl. I have
loinetlliis nul.r sdl iy -v.flf liy watching
the iold yt i::;:i.'e:s allxI getile mUan-
ner In wlichi oine, of these' rnvens will
approach a iN :-limniu ox nuad. after a
preliminary .,u,'rse of soothing caress-
es. acettm|lnisJ Iy oa toft "cawing"
Dote, Insert l-i h,l'ad Into tihe ,ar and
dexterously extrai.-t the ticks. These
birds always semint o hRave a good nn-
derstanding a tth the older and more
experiencedl oxen. ulIo wIll. at a hint
fe one of them. lie down and place
themselves in the most favorable posl-
tiom for the extraction of thler para-
sitea.--lark's Birds of Sotith Africa.
'.-.
"Excuse i:e.," said the shabby look-
lag young man. "*But would you be
so kind as to cash this check for me?"
"Why don't yew git somebody thet
kaews yew to cash it?" asked the old
countryman. picking up his carpet sack
from the curb.
"The people that know nie won't do
It." bitterly exclainiwed the young man.
turning away to hide a tear.
"I'oor fellow:" synipatlhetically nu-
wered tlie farincer ins 1w(e took out his
wallet. "How nuctli is it f,,r'."
And still they say inoiney's hard to
get.-Kans..ns Ciity In. l,,li.Iullent.

The Teethbrubh Plant.
One of thie IIot cuiiomis plants in
tlihe world Is what is <.aih,,l the tooth-
lbrush Ipl.nt of .I;,iaitaa. It is p ai ~ cies
of cr pe'r aind hlis nothing particularly
striking about its appearance By cut-
ting pieces of it to a suitalile len'-th
and fraying the' ends the n:itives con-
vert It into a toothl'runshl. andl a tooth
powder to a brush is also pr.'apaid'.l !, pniultrizing
the dead sti't,.


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Pt-p-m-ixi Pa".t I, a''- ~ di~.-


FiD IUI T A LAUfb m Dein fight.
Mr. W. A. HIlose of Manbhester,
*.. writing of his almost miraculous
--ecape from death, say: ** Exposure
AT eQARATIars. after measles induced serious Iong
Or gs Torino, lIm. Penwill. Havana to Gulf trouble, which ended in consump
Nor r thc Wesen Monarch. 115. Johnann. tion I had frequent hemorrhages
-t Paul de Loanda to Pensacola Lumber to and coughed night and day. All my
Nor bk P'rofe.ojr Jobuhnn,. 1 i, OIser. doctors said I must soon die. Then
rito, ton. Puro ordreo I began to use Dr. Iinig's New Dip-
to w L iat.tic a co cover for Consumption, which com-
Br -cli Cocgo. 1l.i. McKinnon. Havana to pletely cured me. I would not be
ord r marwithout it even if it cost $6 0 a bot-
n a h lr. Water t tie. Hundreds have ufd it on my
Nor hk Andrat.. ii,5w. ._ormehes'en. Aber recommendation and alL.ayv it never
Norih too rtan ijrombrg. Ureen- fai'j to cure Throat, Chest and Luna
o-k. to.rtider trouhle-. Regular size 5'c. and
t- hbt Aims Mfath da.::- I)cmbe, Ba- $1.(m. Trial bottles free at W. A.
badv. to Baara. LDunwody a a.o D'Alermberte's drug store.

THE NIAPPLiVi. Fon SAIE
VEZ8dEL IN POIT As a Rargain on Easy Terms.
sTtAKsiXia. Sweet Home Farm. situated in the
Nor Athii:t;. I-,. Wanbust. tjo Verrault manufacturing village of Allen.
L.m::niwr Candy Co., Brittle r4tate; T-rnis- of
N.,r A eis.-. :** H vorsn. toorder .sale: 10 cent- for each guess; the,
,I ar,iglenu, '7.and, to %, t Key-ys.rA p-r,-on gues-ing nearest tih) valua-
Kr Capeinorli"!. Wilbur, to W Keyser & tion of said property. Proceeds to
C0 he devoted to Catholic Bazaar fund.
ar 'arnmro.,. .ihink.i, kto KeyFr For particulars apply to agent.
.S..r le-ratirit,., !i_. Juihansen. to Pensa- W\VEST FLA. fTKEAM ]AKEP.Y.
k 'Ia Luiix -zer ci'>
si rt---x.a. ,.':.. BainbriJge. to W K e.K -
u-pan Fran-ca. i 9.Arri.to(,ulf Tras- T ( Uats0 (.,
t r 1 1 .--li.-' .l. c'.Qi F ..* t, t S D ,
.') i. t.;i:an. *<. i.u to Ou.f I rankit I.AT. EST.A'E,
lir Ui-ul:a i ~. il, (O'uid-. to ,iulf
r,, Rental and Inur-rance


G<-: .A : I; Ii- Jali .;r to ,:4 J.r
I S&A lK "
I' Aint-'a- Ace'a'"'-. ;2.. HBar-tto. eld for
,,ir V-e.-an. <.*a;-. E-ve;i -.n, to H 11 Boyer
.Nor tuncord:.i. ,;i:, aiverson:. eld Ior
li>,nari)
fort Enioiia Elver'a, 777, Uonchi!es, to
lmars. luniw,,d v A t
NUr i,-r r'hasbarsko-lver, -'. Hilliesen,
t(, oru-r
Nor India. *i7-. J-ni"ea. to Gulf Naval
'Stures t i>
Norr l.uuise. l-,.. Loreatsn.u. cld !or klar-
wick
L.u, Lou:-. *"i. Jan.'.on. tow Kiyser a
Nor Mrrz{apox-r. I;7-. J'!inson. to Baars,.
liunwody A .'
.Nor Nora 10>4,, Mikke s-a. tio P-niacola
Lumlber tCo
Rui 0smo, T7.. Johanasen. to Peasacola
I.uimber o
it Proepero 4W. Megbori, to C Torre
Nor sig. id.is. Haunan. cla for Kotoi*rdam
Nor b larndt, 3I. Peterseu. eld f *r Dakar
Ain VwlanJi, 7,T. EJk.er, to LiC E tauu- '
ders A Co
SCH,)O.was. .
Am Elsa A Bayle-s. 2 5. Benson. to master
Am Hattie H Barbour, 'i, Erkine, toJno
A Merritt & ti .
tr Julia Elizateth. 4). Sweetli.. to amii-


AGENTS,
Corner Girden and Palafox Streets.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


WE TAKE ALL WORRY


ter off your shoulders, and
Am Rebecca I Mou'ton, ?2'. Cook to order' manage the renting of your houses, the col-
lectlng of rents, payment of taxes, iosur-
Uir. ULKAREID AiD SAILEhD FOe PEr anioeand repairs, and everything in con-
WAtULA.K nection with the proper careo your houses
A or property, as consclientiouely as you
ST8ANlKIPS would yourself. We keep down expenses
i-Faa of ITnver-naid. Br 7. Hull M.arch 1 and 4se that the houses are kept In good
condition for which our charges ar reaton-
FI r-.i Brook. r. :7!j. Mann. Cardiff. ab'e. %e mar HEKAID A&KTEIW FoR
lant.,mrrn'r. i,- at Re NTERM. and append a list of a few de-
Lam. .rmor, Br. ._, Lasceller. at Tyne. srable dwellings:
M b 2
Nordttl. I1r. l (ireonock March *-4 8. W. Cor. Reus and LaRua street, I1
Kotlierflsld. llr, I,14. C x. it'ardiff March 1- rooms .... #-.
Kuthn. ir. N,.te4. at New Cast I r March 1f SV .C. W. Cr. Rtu aid Belmont 'atri-ets, 7
i n,dcrot, br. h1i'i.Cas-ap. Antwerp %larch roomN ....r ...... ro ..
mta a.. No. -- Ven t loth vetrnlent r 15re .."
Angela nS.hiftlina. It. sid Marseill- .Jan *o No. v government street, 5
room s ................ ....12
Araths, Nor% I 7. ad .kntw-rp 10 "c No. --- East Chnreb street. I roms,. l:.l.)
Ail-&. wed, 'ai. at Tablle iay h F i '.1No. :1 North DIVllliers trver'.5 reoms lo 0.i
SIr edo. It.s7" ad .tieoa Feb 17 No. 7 Nonr h ~ornig street. 5 rooms, M.00
i rnionia. IL. I li7. idl Cadiz March .i No..il 31 West .L Rus street, roeius, go.
vintria. Nor. t2 4aid Moss March "i NearGoulding. l..6 room n........ ,).n
lrtrand. Nor. 4. sld Il -r M.arch *, W- west Innerarlty -treet. rooms ...... -.0
Hinanic*ti-tto. It. ,11i. tId C'arthagena.n -n % No. 4V2 North lavi st.e-t. 4 rooms. -7.1)
4it.'ftaii. Ru-. *7;i. at Ire-lollna. ) ei6. W. C'or. ( aden aud l)tei liars bt..
ritrtz tIustav. luni. ld Runcorn March T3 rooms ....... ...... ........
aiodueta. It. -7T., sid Valencia March i .4 ______ ..
F'abtio, It. : 5 i. sid Na ltes Sept 12. asbore
Nov iN near Port Royal i
t:uita I it, It 1171 aid Marseilles March 2-
(aitano a'a-at)onia. It. l ica I. sl Ln oJIio
Kent g".nm, Nor, 7:;4. ld 4.luckstadt March 7
Joban rgen,4. Nor. -id Chri-tiansamid Nov 10
Johanne. Nor. lid Ton lurg I [e s,- FOR---
I.ncearuna. It. 7'I sid Marieilles Feh ".'
Mi.arta Margar-t'ia. Swed. s9.d Capo own
Mlarcb :: !e
Michole b. It. Marcelia, It.l-d Hamburg.foeovr I
MIusiusn. KRu. 9tiii. sid Sharntnes Febh -
Monte A. It.7',*. sid Marseilles March :4 AT-
Piitne*r. O-r. 1191. at London MSarcih II
mn'i.ro. It. .**>. 4d t(otierdain M rcih :;
Virta. 1 .n. .ld Mar*silis. March I'
ace'tle"."t.ieaid Maraallas ?h2" Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
Ithe.. Dan. 4414 t tfahia Jatn:i-
8 natd, Nor.;15., aid London March .IA --
Valuta. Nor. ald l.ith Mch1 0e -hc.rt Orders Promptiv Perve d all Hours
Virginia. It. %ld Made'i a. leh of Day or Night.-
Willard Multget. --, .I2, sid btal'.irt. R U
t -M l Fish aDd Oysters in All S'yles.
A man named E Presson, of Pres-
-onvills. Kans., wrote a letter the Nick ApOStle.


other uay, saying the opinion of
everybody in his town who has used
Foley's Honey and Tar is, that it is
tie very best medicine for la grippe,
cold-, cough, etc. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.

The Pllte I'rofesoer.
The palm for absentmindedness
should be accorded to a learned Ger-
._^ -. __ ..... A-.. ^ .,. W l u j t l


,.% %0 ,& T .,. v ,i V. s P -3j -6 -6 -%Fv- vF -y, -0 s-A
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SEaster Bargains









RACKET STORE. *


I":, We Pride Ourselves on Having the Grandest and Most
Exquisite Selection in


Spring and Summer Dress Farics,

9 Wash Silks and Organdies.

O Greate-t Choice or the Most Celebrated Manufacture f <


I ladiess' Shirt W(aists;,

Also a Great Variety of


S Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-Made Snits
JUST RECEIVED.


1Millinery Department.

* As Usual We Lead in Styles and Prices. Our Mrs-
Hughes, the Hiad Mil iner, well sustains her
Reputatiop s :in I'p-to-Date Arti.t. We are
Crowd', d. (ive N our Orders Early for
YO'R EASTERR HATS.


Our Shoe Department.

We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
and Children are More than Convinced that they _4
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Hhoes at *he
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & (O.':d
bS BTORE. ....

5 Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,

Men's Underwear,

*=Boys' and Children's SuitsaJ*
At Rediculously Low Prices.


SMATTINCS, CARPETS,
b Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
l; WE ARE INVINCIBLE IN LOW PRICES.

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

'- Cohen, Friediman & Coa's

9 RACKET STORE. i
Mail Orders Attended to Promptiy.


. .


W. B. WRIGPr GOHTIPANY,


MA*I'FA('TIVRER.-; AN46i DEALER IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLE--K1li-Dricd Sap
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SPID14L NO TIC ES.


Oft 04A.T 4 W~lfD.



I-hav- by prcr~nc r..'



proop rty A pll vto .%.. x

I %&AT LO4WES~T x-.
TAJNEI BY PA~Im- i.%,.

8tT 1.F Fr.



tC.iii 1-t ni- Suit I n- u r


W11() h'nIv- it i.t tfb-vfI U4 vi.
A't A !11011 t')c to iUi~t!a ',


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C. Writi1 nk a t to lF .'l


S 'eR A LI..- I :t*iis n.t 0, x
('1 y on .'a-y t'ru i. i
Ri-al KItatie.Agent*%I. 1,. ti ti...W;_,
gu-r. -1-2South Paiafoi t.*.


ANFE II -1'rir--o toirtril.
wit", and iuns 'ingiit. ;t-nxt,-..A
3I01 Weist thai- .tret.t.
~.TANTECD-Ail kinds of emnpty i 41
W Ywhiaky botltm. 8. A. ?AZISDUAN.

W ANTLD-0" bow bevUgesas ~niw

~I~MA I. VII I'W A %'
NN7A'4TE I-Wotnon to bindi dr.,._
athomes. Mead v work : 0n-1"
('11adVantago; aek your doaler cto-'
Kocrn Shloolda and Aiko .Zitloofepun n.
libirld". Kora ehaieds *nap on wnt,.:
out sewing. K.'iIdl e. for '4~i
work. Kora 8bield Co.. 2 r.*
.Netw York.


It.h4.ARAH FJRI.Nan,
31t and dosaor in Hair 000414. Hat,.r.,



I.fSS ELaISE CH iPLt;Y Pr:niar't*.r*
Vjand Khdadrigarten Ito now o .K.%
ttsdzftb term in the rsialdf-aineat t
no-r of Palafox and Jaek@m.n at rs.-z-
trance on Jackson. Terna $.00 n) pr rn.

JALE AND YFIIALEK ieuiii %.A
Alcrne-r Caar eand (evalin. at rts*,
pftres for col lego. or hU-41i'ae J. H.-
dill1. pri nelpal. Sight term bsgin%


(I IF lLeWERiS arn.I Floral I
8poelal d-ewigni orderedt for cnn-'
M4isis Vzioiett" Moreoi-c. :1";;Wear 4,.;.
ptione 32V.


P4'L' W?:RS FOR F1INEKALM f,
1) o mpi vi hou ue ne*o


as seal ( ccl l.'..~. -


Summer taw


(eetu res


$114t Sumnitir. July -2 to ?Cept 1.
glorlally helpful to mbeganfipr.. ti, intl
fupr admiagiuin 1to (hp bar. ,a t-,.~
practitionorm who have lacki-il a-, r.
For Calmingue aiddri-as
LU.C MINOR. eermitary. f-hsrlufettveiile. Vs.



.NEITHER teep~
evn nor. conaignp#-m4 -
as Tressilian will to@ rvotx"
sible Mr debt evin t rpb4,-wI
thbe crew of said vessel.


Gulf Transit Co.
C'onsignepe


wife placing a bunch of flowers on his
dek. "'What do they mean ": Easter Sale! ** Easter Sale!
asked.
"Why." she exclaimed. "don't you -- ---------- ---
know that this is the anniversary of,
your marriage?" W e e Line
Sit?" said the professorWe have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date
politely. "Kindly let me know when? Goods L, Ma a
yours comes around, and I will return Dress Goods, Lafies', misses and Gents
your attention in kind."--Collier's


Weekly.
Iperttinl Arithmetical Traditlos.
Jack-How did you come out on that
bulldog pup you bought?
Dick-Lost over 100 per cent on the
transaction.
Jack-Oh, I guess not! A hundred
per cent is all you can possibly lose.
Pick-Think so. do yol? Well. I
paid $10 for the pup. and then I had
to give a boy $1 to take him out and
drown him. If that Isn't 110 per cent
loss. I'd like to know what you call It.
-New York Sun.
(.iANDI EXCIRsIo)V.


To Mobile and New Oile'ani-Satur
day lnig!.:. Apr il 2.-, I.-uving Union
depot at; l lo n regular pas.engc-
tr.aiin. l-" -.r f r r-lain. aiip: Peasa-
'"oi:i to M.hi!A-. $2 l': Pensacola to
New Otil-an-. $5 .1i; from (ltiiton-
'.I.-i ', -.;- t .Pensacola. P;irti-
:t-+-r::.g leep'r wall apply ti> ticket
.iaent in t:l-. Ptnircla-e ticket at
,ick,-t ii.. Tick-.t- g:od fr five
*;,.- t' C e-;Ii; <'' tln v i t-ulir PA-;-
-,.'-tr t ti: ;-co." fur:;.er informna-

R ,.T.K IN(0 or
P. Ti<.MAS.
W k -- .


25 Dozn Men's French Neck Bal- 24) Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vest-, :o)-inch Solid and White Duck,
briggan Undershirtsat25cents each; Li-le Thread, our price 25c each or, our price.....................
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. I Yard-Wide S-a Ia7and Cotton
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at............................
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price 50c. each: I Yard-Wide Fite~viile Kleach-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. ed., nade by L,,nsdale Co..
30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk while it lasts................
briggan or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated Bosom Shirt., our price$1 'm; : 'ivpce- .Late-t Catlico at......
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all sizes. l-Ca-- I'ihlbun'- Gingham,
match. We carry the larzeet li:ine if Menl's 'W. rrantb ...i.........
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt- in the City i JVrrate d a.................
Balbriggan Undershirts at 50 cent.-,; at the Ilowest Pric. J )-t rsic, vod a full lire of S
Drawers to match. :i6-inch Sprinhi I'ercalpe, our and Shirt Waiat ,:.r richess are
IlO Dozen L'Idies' Sleeveless 'Vets price ..........-............. .. : lowest.
at old price, 6 for 25 cents,or 47,> :33-inch Very Shefr White LwnL, Par-.i- r aid I .'-'. -"- A. 4a.
dozen: embroidered neck. our pric- ......... -............... 8. '. 1 i and ..i 2-"..
175 Doz'-n Ladies' Mi-pses' and 27-inch Check Nainsook. our Ladi-- I r!lt--,-' t Pirrai-.l-
Children,' Sleev,-less Vests, with price ............................ late-t -liad,- at Sl." .:id ..'.,.i .
Tare Neck. 3 for 25e or 15c doz-n. ;io-inch W hit-e .iina a t ni r-il All tL.e- lte--t -". :,- Iln I. 1, li--'
25Doz-n L adies' Sl#ev-less Vest-, Pinuo. ,ur ,p; ic .............. 10c ('hildr -n'.- Strw H it- landl Sail
with silk 'lape Neck, 2 for 25c o)i ;:, iic.1 WhitCf-Crd(d Pi 11.35 dozon. pli l.C ... ....................... 15e at 12' 1.. ai -l p- r yar

Remember the Place,


^^f. NEITHER thecapair, .,w--'
-ui nor consigne's f tof !-. .%
Atballe wilD hb r"eprii' -
of ^ debts contracted t itr. EL
of laid vesla.
T Wr' -
Verrault lumber o.. 4 a; ".
Coniigni-'. ''
^^^^ NEITHER the captain r,w ,"
nor conlignaes of th K .'"* -
bktn Otta will be r-tlp"
Itloe for debgt contract d
tIe erw of-id vtesl.
W. L. Wtiaeh a Co.. ar :
Consign@,. ''"


S-NEITIHER th captain.,,'.
Enor conqlgnte' of thpe N **
Deramore will hb -"'
alble for debts contr'-' -/
1,,. the erew of said vessel.


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lor-
A11g..


i '! .. JOiA '-' -
Pensacola Lumber i ., I a'


nor cofn-ecn.'- i.r
Fir,.r T'us'ua'-a ". .
ed by the cr.w of laid v-'.,-l
AA-T. .IItr
To) o rdt-r. 0


J. I. Stephen'sl has-n;t a '
flent of 0"iolid 8tetrlar.m4 n
Po~jwor,-'a Knives. Flork-A t


-(4 105 S. Palafox Street,


GEO. A. PE TERSON.-


Bicyales wid BI;,.yc:e 5f~'~
A,,-~ it f~r Iauihlr Cv-l'aout
kiiC)i4. -6. ?-*1 i'r, -xp-'r-:
;nanjr nw tf 4f jtea c.. u:n
'I YjCW'Iters,, fiu ii.. Etc~. 1-'
rt any luck. Etc.


EASTERR


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

FD^^WIN&


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Creation Date: April 17, 1900
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DAILY


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 17. 1900.


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


RAIN AND SNOW

PREVAILS IN WEST

..e-ad Traffic Is Suspended

-In Colorado.

CY'CLO"E STRIKES 7EXAS

:i I;., -'-' t!' i1if i-ll < .w l *<-#% rat I
I *t :I' ). r ll .;1 as.1 a. l i .\ I e rx&-'
n i t.1111.. at \\ llsla l.s l.&,n '
t -il1. r ';1i a.
I \ ;*'* -- T : r- ,:u l 1:1'
-[ 6%%.1.. 9 KI'. i A Ir S .i / i.;-nj
A' ., i l- ,'r'-j- lj t i .**
i : ,i," *IA;iIA'j by a< l,'.
r thl" ,'.t-t -l part, ,,
r i \ .,. n r the o arth n'
M a. .1 part ,f Kaa-.t-

vn bi x e; nt,.rs rh.- Pia S -
.. .. :1;\a 1-i 't ae G i r-ia nd
i t. .r nij. -.if.-v ,f (':.. ,
T ., t'lat,. ial:n...t louk
:- :-in r piB ily..
ipp,'- t':"''k f':niug district
t n. -i *ow, ni ait r in -A we an tly
*-.kP,.. rthe ...rmn b'lng a r-'rnli
*. r fr the caJuji. Thb steam and
railroads are il,.'kadd and in.
*rati-n.,s !enri,"usly hampenrd. Sim-
..- .,adit, prevail w the .*r <'n lk entry mntni didstrcte.
M,,w i-. fr,,u 2 rn at feet deep ..' rn 1l,,pe of th,- uwuatains. In the
r and the plainmi the snow melts aM
,* ,"- ir fall. I ing trains are ar-
'.: niumay hourm late. On the divide
."**..n D.-nver and Cohlrado Springs
.: iime ui ml(italii alnunin the train
..*-1A'td an beap% of sinow which is s
S,-t aud heavy that sn,.w plows buck
t 1: litV effect. n the prairie rads
.* f Iknrr 'eouhdtiou are net so bad
? i. o rL4d1 woarh and w#t.

HAVOC WROUGHT BY STORM
M4.1rn lo Iuw Ihmolliahbl In Texap
aad Kanmss.
h *,-v-E, Tex.. April K-.-A t-rrmbl
V si n. struck TrhiT pl, s at inidntight
wn.i -veral lives,. are rel'iArte.d lst. Eight;
c r--we re wr-e'k-dt awl tht greatest
.* x '.'i*'tt sprei\aill.
r, had lwiin ila u ..trw ,ih- jlauy
.. llthe- night and ,suimanus cl',u'l-
;: .'b,.rhtd in th. northeast. There
,:..- vr, but little wind. A light
I prevailet until at nt 15. minutes
t.' :' r(elclune. This (came almoAst
,ut wrmanug.
\ man in a buggy was lifted frnm his
i- ailt bklow it yards. Telegraph
t* lephone lines werf- destroyed.
Tornado at WIl.h-ta.
W,, FITA, Kan.. April 16.- A tornfldo
.**Troyed two houses at Putnam last
;'r, f Notni w,.re killed.
The c(rtinm Troutle.
(I IrN. April 17.-The killing of
-.:*ant: Dougla-e destroys all sym-
,:Ly of neighboring citizens with
-triking laborer,. One battalion
-,-venth regiment arrived la.t
.. and two more came this morn-
:' The coroner i. investigating
killing of Douglaw*.
In lbO PhlSlippines
\lNvII.A. April 17.-Twelve hun-
:--I Tagalogs attacked Case's batal-
:, headquarters at Cayagan on the
.': The Americans fought 20 min-
'-and drove the enemy to the
:: untain-. killing 60. wounding and
aptlritig 30 others. The Americai s


ATTENTION
%Mrmhtrs (.lt Lodge No. %,t. National
F-'eaterity.
R.;-ular meeting on Wednesday
.' t. April IS. at S o'clock. A full
.a';udance requested.
N. W FIAIN I'.
ti HORSLBI, Guardian.
Accountant.
Sir Thaown" Iipton
'A .atid il. a typical lrlsht'ian and
t. alue iaportsmain. but hie i- also
*- t-.i:ted manufacturer of choice
., .insw-al dainties, and a not-ed
.--1r and importer of flune teas,
I \. comeoe famout throuth-
a vlzed world. Jacoby,the
..wn rrocer. ha- just re ceived
-,.rT igi nert of Sir TIt'iii *-
*,'.,1 t-as. and cordially itt-
-. ,ver., of good tea to 'viit
.. :Il ,in-pect and :e-t the| ll.
-l- ju-t received flu'l line'-
S: celebrated 'ake-.. (;ra-
.r-.('he-( sP Hi-cuit. ().t-
k* ik-r-. etc. : )Dod.eson-l 'uian
i tiriag l '' -. f.atiou- Jel.i -.
I'Pa k,-. ,:' : National Bi--
i ('! ....-, Straws-. Cracke-r
SK-nnidly'- Hi-cuit :w'id
S 'z ,i7 t Ili-tcuit Ma:tiufa"-
I- s,.il.t W afer- erl aii; :
i rni.in olen teil Egi
Ar.cdia I'acking Co,-'.
S"., i .\; ipl.-. Peaches and at ih-
A -niall lot of thos-e fiae O'-
V. Iti lottle- i- .till in stock.
.I.( i ;lat' Co.'offee Roaster
: il.ck. ruiniiing day and
r:: t. *I- of a mile a minaite.
'.- ttlyt ina -rea-itng orders
C .ts-.-- Tho-e whoi nave
.il'v vi-ito'ed Jacoby's shouldd
._o and in pect his eleor'
-,' of everything in tl.*
Se-atables and blood products
aV in profusion In every de-
:.: of the ettabli-hmient.


IWUSIA. GKIRM INY. FRANCE.
Irlebigue an 11llisuuamu on the ~outh
Afic~an War
BERLIN, April 17 -The Ta-ksehlatt
ha a p.-eitifrom S% Pet#-rsburg
wt~ich L-aye that Rus-.ia. G...rwany
mnzd Fraiic.- have pr.-pareod an ulti-
MfttUliI too IIVIIAl i(I thatif doess
Ito t ci stci tide hti-til iti#- in S4 uth Af-
rica within qs wospk Afghauis~at will
be in with 1:'.twj men.

Sernauwer by Pepular Vote.
'N.4SHImirro-, April IT.-It is tii-
...;i tpiti fh-re that ttz.ere~olution ipav-
i ;.g thte way for a consltiIitutional
*aimetndin-'m providing for tb.- ele-
,:.*z.'-f 1 nitea Mtitte- seniatoi A isv a
1,,pulatr vootpeximatot possibly pars
ito- -eaaatp. The, c'ininittee tii priv-
lit go~-s and aac .n. to wh iet it wn.
It 1leired. uulipti?.t it by a vote (-u5l "";


STARVING BY THE BOTH SIDES CLAIM


THOUSANDS IN INDIA' VIGTOilY AT WEPENER

Returned Missionary Tells of Conflicting Reports from the


The Deplorable Conditions.


Scene of Last Battle.


SELLING THEIR CHILDREN STORY FROM BOER SOURCE

G(irl- l)lspo.ed of ~s Mercihandll-e to e- iBritish lDefeated and lrlven Toward
tire I'Food ixty Million People In Wolvetport, uipturiniu Many .Slau;;ih-
Dire I)i.Atress-,)nlv .,I,< I OI), ) Are t4r xriOeu-titer report ,ua.). Itoer,


Revelin- Cirag(.erznment Aid.
B i ',April a;.-Tha. Re-v. Rocmk-

we *- v-it Ig i br ithur in Medfoard,


lnlibielise Itainfal.


Were IUlay Defeated.
14 NtA~pril I.--tinflicting ri:. r'-
rtcg.Lr(iafz irtLie vc iti u il W-ii


MERIDIAN. Mi-s.. April l7.-S,.V-Ii ".'.*l'illll am rr!,, .\ a, Twit Ci) iW .-i tt,'h ;ayi ini early
inctih.- ot rain has fa.lleti1 hmr- ( --inee Imtndia twlay issimiraihingi w'rf.cti.lyaw- 3, )u hlir. have b nii L d -im.lay an 1 I: i- estimn tt-d tl'at th.e t-ul t, o.,intir,.m ,late. I cannot till any- April 1.:. whi-h ind:..ari tei.:t v,.rv
t ,a will ur; re ,ad .~th I ''li :i.r ail,t the number who are tiltV I -urroutitd d .ti lth e ..i 1#- i1
wat-r ;:and all train a re d.lavl. lb*ut wh n I left lionbay last Ftbrua-r defect il the Briti.h orgauniaion.
I !.#-l e i.tv-. ten.b,. -.n far azs rep, rt-ol, th,.rt wrt re InU.e 6.(),0XK,(p)0 l pple suf- The chift BI.-r delegate, li;vhi..r, a,.-
At f:tt iliti.--. f, 1r11 fro'm fumins- and over 3 ).i),t)0 comupanied by Dr. Leeyd-,, lhas vi.-itdl tr.-
Sw.-re in din, distr,.;s, and of these but pre..ide,.t of the Dutch cabinet ati Th.e
New sark |lt lnivans. ,X.LtX,(QXo were ree-iving govermen-t aid. Hague, but the doings of the de.legatvs
New " Y xK. April 17 -The full **When the famine set in the peopl- create little speculation in England.
,l .;t- atiu t the r-lpublican tate began to s.ll everything they had that Frederick Williers .the veteran war
e,,,Il>vttit.>,Ti w l mhanlted parly to-podet who
d-y. Platt. D,-pew, losvelt and night ge.t little grain for food. They the front ays he bls arrive wed from
4.1 -ll were cho-n as delegates at tA the doors from their houses andof the'war is over, but that guerrilla
large to the national convention. AIdd them; sold their urnitureandfarm- rrarfare will continue &)r some tame.
ing utensils and when they had no An omfcial bulloin issued at Pretoria
hSongr anything to sell they @old their April 13 reports tihat the Burgherd ep-
SERIOUS RIOT AT SELMA. In tr." by don^ e1 we nd rsh gen
Strike RIU IthlAerE M .efe to Allow hidran. T eboys don.ir't sell well.n toured 500 3 slaughter exec at Wepner and
the trafio t w grainr1s geyin tres.e that General Foeneman that day de-
peraters to Work. 1aw girlin e town jst before I ed the British, causing them to fly
S iA t4. M Atr Work.-i cne avay being sold for W0 cent, s a in the direction of Wolverport. al&p -
SELMx, N. C., April 16.-This village wo. 'hey were bought up by Mo- pa-
is the ston m.rter of the Southern rail- hammemduM. But tley won't buy.the Th Iri h.Anuericanae bulanIarrived
way t^egraphers' strike. s. so when the -ts cannot longer 11 Pretoria April IS.
Mt of the village sympathize wi theirchildren they abandon The lBers report no casualties during
tythousod_ iewef, wth they must -t on the recent fighting at Warrenton.
the strikers. Four railway police are asbest can. These astoffb)congre- A dispatch fromhdywaithsanyo ne.
here to pr,.s.rve order, but an helpt E bo*e O doors of the grain nmer- tive sxos have just reported that the
before the tuob that surrounds the ta. te' ebap d ethe only way t Boer in t Elandslaagte district have
ti, o. All efforts to instal the new ope- prietor l d of them is to throw retiredbo Bi asg
rator have twe in vain. as a mob of 75 out han graiu. s cattenringit wide. retired beyond Biggarsburg.
or o1,) gathered anid said it would kill :The chie i pick and pick l day and the report that the ioers have thlown up
the first ,Lau who entered the offloe. A 04i* a lhapsart, rewarded by ha- threimportnt colliriesBnhar el
muob btlo'died the trau froni Norfolk bi a adingle handful." Nek, completely deesroving the -,ugine
lIakiug for another operator, but he was IW I a' IArC_ hoe and plants.
HEROiS OF VALLEY- FORGEl housesanpln.


oIt there.
The wirw are '-ut and tle office is still
i.okedt. The nae- i Qf i -o>e tif the nmob
were s.-curd. They told the olw-rat4or
that if he tried to t4-graph his life
w'o uld ni-t lt worth 2 c -n.it.
.At G(ib.-oille there wa s trouble. A
new ip--rat.or arrived ston the' train. The
, nitu-,tor op-'neui the station and the
,pr-rat.or was put in, bu.t a the train left
the strikers and s sympathizers rushed in
a11l vjt-et.-d the u,-w nuaUn.

ARE CHARGED WITH FRAUD.
O(lCer-' Far-niec I iintrnce .Asseowlation
In Ti-;ht Hole..
JA. a- \1, MlS., April l1; -A scnsa-
I sit lh.v tl- e-n -rivateoe it ii -unria c'irt-les-
lyv the filing ,of a decL-trat onl in the
lii'n.iery court of Hinds county charging
th1 M,'i-wsinsppi Farmer- Mutual Fire
Insurance assoviatcvin with fraud in
withhi ldiing 15,itl) which should be
dlevted to the settlement of lons.es. The
de,-larationm is directed to Hancock and
Elliot, general manager, and seeks to
garnishee their private bank accounts.
The assatciatdon moved its offices to this
city 1' months ago from Kosciusko and
has been transacting a good business.
This is the second local fire inmrance
c(-)mpany that has been forBed into tight
quarters within the past week.

DESPERATE NEGRC KILLED.
His Bedy Riddleel With Bullets and
Thrown From Tralm.
HopKImsvui.i.e. Ky., April 16.-Near
Slanghterville. on the Louirville and
Nashville. train returning from Hen-
derson. last night. Morgan Boone of


Tre.tAm. a negro. pass-ed through the
white coach brandishing a pistol and
curing. He struck a white man with a
o upling pin. fracturing his skull. Boone
it"sed into the negro oar.
Eight or ten white men with drawn
;astols followed him. He turned and
fred twioe. Ten shots were fired in the
Oaoh., several striking Boone, fatally
wvounding him. He was thrown off the
train and several bullets. fired through a
wiudow into hLs body.
ma penter- ti-raile.
NEW YORK. April il; All th e ctarpn-
t.r.- on Staten lIland went on strike to-
day. The strikers dmanid an ,s-hour
dtav for five daLys of the week and 4-hour
day on,s Saturdur, nud that noumembtrof
thi- unioi will i- c'nmpliyeld in a uy cir-
almiias'ta.;e- lN-twet;in 1. anul .d5 o'rl ck on
Saturday. The minimnuma t rte of wages
,.-. I*l.u.! y. Sundaiy.uand hahdidav. They
:;-k al-'o for I,, in'-tituti,'n 'if the ap-
-re-'lti' .-v-r..m. wh,'-h they claim will
telnd t 0 in'r' a-,- the -kill of tha esraft.
Q aurr.' en il %trike.
K\x'x\ .a:. April i1-1-Tw lnuinredal
qn irl'vr i,' 1 1.t I !j.tr? 'A''' '- iarr-' i-'nar
her,- -tiu tile. ll i g'it'l lg. Th.-v ,i.
manll 1 th< r a uillf,'''r:n ';l' ,,t w.lag-,. No. l-lullnln
illnl havi e p t- ,k. Tn r 1 1- a
palne-- 'lat;ia i ti' vy ha <'' ait, i.-i.t
matrl, ...n h1 ai!l t, til al ,r, l ri-. No
di',rl.-r ha li.-irrei nor iO- any feanrid.
Ilor'ea at a1 II ulo- 4 remnateol.
9MA .,N S. C... pril l-- Thi harni
aund .tll.sf .Mr-. S F. .Sprt..t. *:t Jor-
dan. s nail,'- from hure'. were dlt-tneyav+l
lv tire S.aturday vmnornung early. buriinag
all the for.ag,' .f a LLrg* plantaUtoin. eight
head of tine' niult-s and horses and a lat
of fertilier-. There was no insunce
and the origin of the fire i- unknown


loaughabtr of lRevoluttion to Frect a I)ewet Emgages i Brabant.
3Ioaimnwnt to Them. BItAiNFUoltT. April 18.-Fighting with
NEw YoRKi. April l(i.-The gineralso. Brabant's hbore at Jammerberg trift
cietvy Daughters of the Revolution has ontinues. Commandant Petrus Dewet
eon.. ved upon a project to commemorate is reported to have engaged the troops
the heroes who .st their lives at Valley nut from Bloemfontein to Brabant's a^-
the heroes who lt their at lley it There was also a brush with
Forge. A plot of ground containing the a British column advancing towat
grnve of Captuin John Waternman has Bullfoninu, without decisiveremilt. All
l-e.n deth''d to the sfciety by Major 0. the foreign artaches are now here.
H. Tiodd, on mondition that a suitable
monument be treected thereon to this Boet Defeat Reported.
offi -ir and the hundreds aof patriots wh (iAPE Tow., .April 16.-It is reported
liv in numarked graves inO the surrsound- that General Brahant has defeated the
ing grou dls.
A committee cumpriuing the regents Boers at Wept-ner and captured their
of the Daughters of the lRevoslution so-. arms.
ci-ties has boen formed and has already .eml-4fflclal I)enial.
hjfkj-lfl^ U LA*kkI5 ILL '5L '.JAL Lu'. j'~lj *"* lfiuwit April 16- h *eest cicu


Pu m^tu i a numwr ia conruu ons i.
the purpIose. BEltI., April 16.-The reportA circu-
lated of conferenes between Count Von
WILL AID THE NEW CANAL. Buelow. the minister of foreign affairs
llu nttsvll e Chamber of Commerce Acts and the B oer delegates are semi-officially
Upon the Matter, denied and declared to be pure iuven-
S, ., tion. It is added that the only thing
HelwViLLu., Ala., April 16. The which has occurred was an exchange of
chamber of commerce at its regular visits of courtesy made by the German
monthly meeting discussed the proposed consul at Milan, who personally knew
ranil f-rom the Warrior to the Tenns.ee s the delegates, but who did not discuss
al fom te Warrr to the Tpolitical affairs with them.
river, which is being agitated in Bir- itil ffirs with t
mimngham. If that canal is cut it isvery IN UNITED STATES COURT.
likely that the old canal from Huntsville
to the Tennen se. river would be reopened Kentucky Governorship Case Docketed
and thus give Huntsville an all water anMd Set for April 30.
rmte ten the gulf. mer ed a WAINON, April 16.-The cases m-
The ,.hambe-r ,if o'nmmerce passed a
resolution unanimously indorsing the volving the Kentuckygovernorshiphave
project and pledgitvg the city iof Bir- beeu dal'keted in the United States
dmingham all the aid possible in the un- supreme c-ourt. A brief statement in
dertakiag. _. which coxu.sel for both Taylorand Beck-
Prospective New Railroad. ham joined was filed at the same time
SPARTAN BROP, S. V., April WU.-The asking for an early hearing. In this
proposed railroad from this city to grH-d statement. it is set forth that
both Taylor and Beckham as governor.
Pooure's Ford, N. C.. to connect with a John Marshall as lieutenant governor
read known as the Polk County railway, op the republican aide and L. H. Carter
which will soon be built, is being given as president pro tern of the senate and
eriouS cotisideration by influential citi-! John B. Castleman as adjutant general
sans here. The city couteil several; on the democratic side are each and all
years ago voted $ 25,0(0 in M per cent. demanding the right to and actually
bonds for a railroad to ex- built from attempting to exercise the powers of the
Spartanburg to Rutherfordtnut. N. C. respective offices claimed by then, thus'
This plan umn now hwe realized by cou- producing great confusion in Kentucky
structing the line to Piorem's Frd. by reason of the doubts as toa which offi-
I--- cial rlsovns named have the lawful right
Hig Deal In Coal Fi.helds. t,. D-i,, thea anrhaoritv wr.rtaintinc- to


PI r.- u'R,. April lt;.-The largest re-
maining tract of drift a'eal in the Pitts-
burg company district has just It'en pur-
chaL-'d by the Midland Ct'al sicompuily
and the pr'q,-rty will bet develo'tid ex-
t('n..iv.lyv at ol(e*- ill the inte-rest aof th-
rc-ntlynlv ,sirt:izd Aner-iaiin Shee't Steel*]
coi m nyv. The' trtct includes alout 31,.-
(.h) kcr...' of thle Cre,-t r aSt.-a -icoal near
IPt' ;ur 1 amai was se-u.'l4 at at iost olf

Meet InI Atlalnta.
.\AT \'TA. April l;.-Th tfitty-tirst ai-
f a'... i-.-tina of, th,, (;.-,rgna M ,-.i'al
ass -. -ati-,n w;il l' h.leld here this wA ,:.
The ti'-t -es-is n will cnmvene Wt-lii,..-
day awrniit'i. at the Lyr',min thiat.rr.
Tl,... asoc'iitatinI will 10 in l ,cn.enrtioi
tir,'.' ;!:iys. holding two .-~s,-i.t daily.
cv. ral nilportant ilpers will I-e pr.r'-
sei,.r-d to the associations for discussion.
TO ClUE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Irtek la.xitlve Bromo Quinine Tsbl-ts. All
frugi-tq r.-tfund the money it it fatls tc
,ure. E. W. Urove's signature is on eich
box. "5c.

lRmember the date, Wednesday
Svenuing. April ISth. at S o'clock.
The Little Folk's minstrel play at
Clutter's music hall. Admission 2&
cents: ticketson sale at Coe's and
Clutter's.


the several offices named, all to the great
iniury and detriment of the people of
th-. stato.
T'ne supreme court adlvanc-d thi.- cas.
to Il'- heard AprUi 30, and tgave- etu(ch sd
four hours for argumeltnt.
An Honest Medicine for La Grippl,.
Geo. W. Waitt, of South Gardiner.
Me., says: "I have had the wor-t
cough, cold chil's and grip and havP
taken lots of trash of no account but
profit to the vendor. (hamberli in's
'Congiih Riomedy is theonly thing that
hasi done any good whatever. I have
u-ed one 5.O-cent bottle and the chills,
cold and griip have all ,left inm. I
congratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicine." For s.ale by Hain-
nah Bros. and all medicine dealers.

SEE ROSS & CO.
ABOUT SCIREL'NS.

We will soon receive a
tine lot of patent window
awnings, wait for them.
Marston (S Finch.

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


PLANNING
Re,.*t, ire... 1 ..olan


O IG FAIR. STRIKERS THREATEN


tary M!artin to Leave For West.
ATL.' % 1'. April Nt. Tzie rt-41ired

*.) ,i the S -,iti~rnii tertrate
:.i'Lr will !,. pi'lie'i Willh tht Utmosa't

n d v- i v ri: itrt:.)Ijj 1,lilt to tht. ffor


S r .: v %lar in iI 'ave t*' r ani.x
t~i '.i 7er t.. ~ i .a- 1111l Na *,t tiuAt

D!.11 "l'. ,iav t.) :it-.iI rfit- 4-.rli't111. 11 ''f
lit N.11I1-.1~.11 ajr iist .Iiu.c



:ii.I L II
lii j .niii:'i i t i svcar wi*I .'i.C


THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS.


TO BLOW U? DAM


Italians May Use Dynamite
at Croton Landing.


CONFLICT


IS PROBABLE


gImld L.a laqaer, R.ba114to.Al1.iw HO-
1ms; ,sm iof'1Work .%i liifIa (0-dere-l

to~~~~' YtOleu~. .r.e-Aprinl Well
.. biAlTVh'slestfi tt'sk.O


(."".1.4% ilai- and 0 -:r i r th reakthn


~ ~ .4itar vrvla I i. q i e'i
L v h'ii rvi' s iini. ('fllt th'.e* trikiiiw


%-t.eI 4 .44):1% al4t1.51 if)i l to) 14 I aAI I i~tat.I I,-. li~i ;i .rv iii p-.%~i, i ,)ta '.r A i't of dyn.J-


All. \\ i .\ prmIl I;.-T'iir a. U lUn l ',ll-
v. is .;t, ,it t .'~ tr, t' hria'-,a i ile.-ov'r-
*r-. will l. hl 11 in A. l.ta ra, .-g.niiini
i x'\t Thur. lay ev iii;', r a ll I.istiiig
through the! following Sunday ,ve:inaig.
A uprigram whic-hi conp:-ise.s iiany ex-
.ilent featurn- and whJih will be par-
tintiiarly intr.res:ing has bt i en iar.ranged.
Their convention will be op.'-d ion the
evening g of Thursday by a sonAg -.rvice.
auder the dire ti 4u of Prof. W. 1). Hart.
'mho will bo in charge of the musical
features of the caunvntion.
The address f wel-' onme will be deliv-
-rtl by Rov. Arthur J. Smith of Savan-
nah, president )of the State Union and
me of the best known Christian workers
i in Grorgia.
FOUGHT DUEL WITH KNIVES.
One Man Is Fatally and the Other oe-
rlously Wounded.
ATHLENS%, Ala., April l,;.-.Jiim .Jarks4.n,
' a ymnug farmer living in "Over Elk"
section of ti co eunty, and .John Slian-
nou, between whom a fend has existed
fr satne time, miit Saturday and after
somine worNs blows were x.ihantged.
when lmath dr.-ew their knivv.s. They
fell uion eone another and cut each ,orher
until thcy fell exhausted from the los s
of ,hlNid.
Jwckson was fatally slashed across rthe
bowls. Shannon waS not seri ouly cut,
but his body is punctured in mniny places
and his recovery is very d ubtful. Tihe
ttienrdig phyidain gives nio hope of
Jackson's surviving.

KILLED IN A DRUNKEN ROW.
Three Slain and Another Fatally
Wo01nded by Italian.
JoaIrSTIoWN., Pa., April lE;-At a
sptak easy at Mine ;31 of the Whlitse Cosal
company, n-ar Wadindr, S nu-rset


county, a rint occurred shortly be-fore
midnight in which thr-e ni(mn were killed,
ona lbwing shot and two stabbed to death,
and another man s)o ladly stabbed that
his recovery is doubtful, One Italian is
supposed to have done the killing. The
killing is said to have been the nulmnina-
tion of a drunken row, the outgrowth of
troublhr that hains Iwe brewing among
the miners at Windber for several
weeks, due largely to the influence of
minus outside this district.

REDUCTION OF WAR TAXES.
Que"ti a Will Probably (o Over to
Next St slou.


:1 tev and r:t'v y irr ;t.-'.i",to 'Uiid to thet
i:ai:ln.,g osif the 'xpil ive'. Thi' old damn
i. enii. ;v iiplriot,-ted. VWh.n the re-
.nalt t' ,he foniference at New York wUa
*-ircailntad an1 Ilg Ihel n-lawl hst ught and
the'y knew that the militia were ordered
h,-re, the spint of resistance visibly in-
.*r,;-as.sd and the recognized leaders mande
tri Iwr a that the fight would be coe-
'intu,,'d nntil the m en got what they de-
manded.
A nd, taeting of the strikers was caflw
for 4 o'clock this morning, but only a
few turned up at the appointed place
the Bowery bridge, which is jat beaw
tl works, at that hoar. They MalW
Iex 'todly with one another and them -
turned to their homes along the Bowery.
seeminiugly without having agreed apon
any plan of action.
It is certain, however, that the Ital-
ians will prevent work bepreum
today. Just as soon as the slihtu
move is made on the part of the om-
tractors to resume the work the watches
on the hillside will give the alarm aad
the ruh of Saturday morning will be
repeated.
It i generally understood that the
men will keep away from the new dam
when the militia neu arrive. They my
they haae inonley enough sevedl to keep
then for wsveral months and as soon as
the soldierss go away they will renew
,'t,,ir interference and do a lot of dam-

i nTr a;re v 'veral hiet loads of cemaent
lying at the de'cks here and it is needed
badly to continue the work of building
the new dam. The strikers say the con-
tractors will not be permitted to haul it
and it is to guard against an attack in
this respect that the cavalry is being
snit here.
Up to 10 o'clock today there was not
a move made by the contractors or their
representative to put up any one to work
at the new dam.
It was learned that applicatims for
warrants for the arrest of the leader
has been miade and arrests may occar a.
any time. About S0 gathered cm ths
hill called Little Italy and they weo
talked to in Italian by th. leaders. About
40 of the men on Me bill were armed
with rifles and shotgun. Many of the
others carried revolvers and sone ofg
them hatchets. The leaders refund kU
talk with reporters of their plans.
Everything in the valley below was t
a standstill. There were over 200 depu-
ties scattered around the works near d
itw edam.
NO CHANGE IN SITUATtOM,
loth Side. Claim Strike to Psrogresm a


W xmsomxcoN. April 16.-Information 'atisfacteory.
acquired as to the results of inquiries ATt.ANTA, April 16.-There is practi-
among the leading and influential mem-' ally no change in the strike situadio
bers of the majority in congress in the here. President Powell state that he is
course of the last week does not justify well pleaded with the outlook, which he
or encourage the belief that any serious considers very promising. He ezpeot
effort to reduce taxation will be made at to strengthen the cause of the epeatore
the present session. It is barely pOMs- considerably through his appeal to the
ble that such an effort might be made business men to boycott the Southerts
as regards a few articles of taxation if it railway.
0omld be confined to them alone, but The Southern officials aklo exprew
even that would not be probable ia view thenmelves as well pleased with the ntu-
of the near approach of a presidential atin They 'tate that both freight iL
campaign and election and the general sass.enger trains are moving as usuar,
desire for the leaders of both great po- and that the ba -kinoe of the strike i
litioal parties to bring the sesatsion to all broken.
end as early as possible. The uox-rator.s laim that they have
Surpr-.ed the IadRebn hIl a number of uc'es.ions to their
Surprised the Rel rank. -ine- ye,.t.-rlay aud that their
MANILA, April 1W. -Captain Dodd. ,'ausA is ine.r-a.sing in strength e ey
with a sqiiua.lran of the Third cavalry, day.
recently surrounded a village in BengUest Ri-tpirts from Chattanooga and other
point- indicate no change in the situa-
[rovince ann surprised 20# insurgents, tinPicept th at men are join if the
living in barracks, apparently a recruit- Strikers every day.
ing center for thb province. The.enenmy t r ry
lost 35 men killed. Our troops al..o cap- If troubledd with rh,-umatism, give
tured 44 nan and burned the. villwg. C(hamiberlain's Pain Balm a trial. I
One Amerrian was wounded. will it coAt you a cent if it duone no
-- .rdooi. Onie application will relieve
.Anhaunai Iinustrial .ossoalation. t:-. pain. It al-o cur-es -prainrt and
Ni.v ). 1 ). \TI :. AlA ApnrIl I;. -ThI Irui-,es in one-third the tinae re-
-..ii.. ,,'.i-mu' an ,r.f i',,na, ir. l r -a l,.- ,i air ,l v by any other tro-atinent.
st-h ie ;-u ,, of ra l lt' i't-. Turns. f o-ttite-. (iq in1py.
whi-h i et, in- r,. W .dn.I- la*y. i.-attr...r- :, .e in the -id, a,,d che-t. ala tdtt
ing rh' atr..ntion of l ..-.l ie n all ,r a ,d,,o ,. r -walliu'. are uinickly
,ov,,r A.iLt.at.i Th, s tate ,,rga i/ati,, .ur -I a plyi:,: t 'Ev ry ottlo
ha; I.N.s-n in ,.xist.l-t I ly ,,l.run fiv'. .v.,,-rr~ai, d. '.r~ w "5 and r ') cn t .
vear.r< 1i t it- work and inflw-a-,-.. ha I-'.,r -,t.- by HlanI h lro-. ar;il a;!1
hi- u Is l in, many uV;way, in that tius-.. Iu.die(iae eic-.;,;.ar-.
i~-t'-- U rtl ilV-li ca. ri-i't ..1.Ii


Ulst year th0. c ,ill veion In-t illn M til
Major C. R. F R. Fla',ar .f M.rnti':.-ry.
will aildr.-es thi t o.,, ,' ntioii un A::.l a-t-
ia'- Waterway. '."
Muswogee's Inolvent Lis.t.
CoI.IBLU-, Ga.. April l,;.-Tax Ciol-
lertor Andrew-' r-eports t,.r il*. ~, ju.'t
iiad-- t the state- aud esunrty, l.ake- a
remarkable showing for Mu-', og'-.. ,un-
rv. In thes state rri-pcrt thb inraslvrnt
,..*,iral tax in the cmiunty is only 417 4'0
In tt,. ,county repIort the insolventr gen-
a.ral tax is *1.0. the small-.st ever re.
cril'-,l in the county, and l.rbap.- in Lha
state.


IINE: PI '.TltY
At ('. Corner'f PI'.-tlly Y;arl.
I ain ,now ready t- --ell e,;e- for set-
*in. fr oin the filowinig breed< of
'i.-icko-i-: I)-rk Bra!, m-i&s. Partridge'
., -ni1 o Irihtt I rB h lit-ki". W hrit
1',cl, P/lyrioith Jiock-. krow:i
I.-LhoriK. Wyidt'-. My fowl< are
'rini the- v#-rvy t-t -:rain-e to be
toldd. and I invite th- pubilie to C ir
nd .se fm-y poultry yard--'bout 7,,e
tine fowl- on t'ade. metting".- '4 i:t
-gwi for $1.-)'. LO IE CIEII.[.IN-.
. 7a tf Manager..


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1900.


a *s ort of explosion. and the red iame TWO PROJECTED RAILROADS
I I1aped up suddenly and caught the --
planks alibove. It Is Propom~d to Open up Alabama
There was no hope of concealing the Mineral Field-4.
danger from the passengers now. for S< CTT-oRo. Ala., April 16.-S veral
the steamer was full of smoke, and St. luis capiaisr.s, h.taded by (Grant
wild crief from the .le-k announced Orebbs. a well known rnlrad builder,
t:hat the dn:ner was kinmvn. They
are juvestigating the f-a-ibility of build-
tn.ust faoa. the most terrible sitatini la-
known to the sea. the one of all others ing a railroad from the nearest point
s m,.st feared-tire: Wnomen shriek- along the S,'uthern railroad, Hollywood,
4 and fainted. strong men trimulaled six miles abore here to the cxli and iron
1i 1' (-;101l 'uit jilove hand or foot. and lands ofthl Black Band. CLh Iron and
Railroad c-mpany, which ownis a large
t!r ran wildly alhout the decks rn- body of land on the CumbWrland moun-
1,.ring no assistanU.. M.al.1 H ane. ut- tain, in this (ou.ty iucludia| the prop-
wtrly vlw.lder1 I-T the te'dden horror, erty of the old B-lImont (tal company.
tte felt a strong Land (clh:t1] tier arm an, Major E. C. Gordon and other inter-
.-aw Will '"lay. blacktmnd by smk, estid capitalists are maku g efforts to
.... and si: t1, ly a1ne.. build the Paint Rock VM.s railroad.
*-'(;,) aft'" h .. ii h,,r,.!v "'r.a! and are obtaining options on large quan-


S IT i the port" quarter am wa.t for ni.
*- : sj J j. 'and I will save you or d.L trv,.. (.bt
-* __ me. girl; I :ii your m:.st,,r n4,w."
M." How He Won the Girl of i .l ol,,ye:. him in silen-e. le spr-an
His Choice. aay a 1 leegarmie fig,; the lire as h.
S*.*.*.*..*.....-.. ................ ......... ('o-uld. aid(ed Iv t. i ltiteri- a dJ crew
Dnd some few (if the .ssengerst whoi
The Gray Eagle went on her course. kept their hwads. A::noti. thcse wa.s
parting the waves of the Indian ocean. Arlhir Vacte, a Itandso.ee uIJ 'uitle-
She was a packet steamer In the em- man wi;L an 'tiggVgfrg face.
ploy of a great English company and "You are a man. Wil am Clay,
carried manypassengers. Among these s; si the two hIr!t d the cu {.ts of
..,iMdiug on the proMmennade deck for a F' grat water :ensk tdu.'n the open
ward aud lotkimsg ea.s the brhad I-1 ",f we ever et y. I
xpa o r for y shall know that thl 1.... '-
expawt of wul g r bteoforr lm j, ots in their emnloytient. If we d(n't. it i!.
twn utlful girl, In the uirli11 [ 3b'r _.r o th JV .o w -",,, T1
Mad beauty. .'
" ,lI'l tho w a- a -r .. ,,I
.thA I **-efhouse stood a f.Ol!,!_ "'. .
-* , : ^ i .. 4 c lt ju.-t n ,\ ;wiil timn id l ':+
map. second nmate of thle ship. lookiint, Wi save her or lose r if t',
e. .fel Van le was y tI'l l tdoI, too. loecause I love her."
A!oLd. mnanly face. <~-: 1: ,\\wn hair ".!.c el ,.r-vou'"
and toward and ~teaklng gray eyes-a "...1st i,'. ym said I wa. a man.'"
m ln in D r 1 of l.(rs,,n. nt inly t, .auty said W! ill qui etly. "l.ay h1.11] :,) thi :t
and purpe lwart a ii-n worthy of the 'ak, you. What are y,.u shirking
name. lie vis n oily va sail,,r andl had fo? Can't w tak and v.urk t'ju?,
ilsen to luie l r.-enT, rank f'-n ral miin stranro sn.:le canie (TV(.r fa
toy. 1Aut y,'t 4 i, I l:I. l t.> l.ove the i f t ldt ,t:ir.liticha t. awnl they hurled
daughter of tthe 1::i-t Indian millio.- th,- ,-:.hk lilt th w.,,r anti assisted
alre. Arthur Vane.. h a wr-.;kii ait .,I fallu raising
lite lo.d her a:ilL hald no htIipe-lovev.l it.
ber as %e ,rlih:ip a star laitch is fa.r I..in't think I'm a f,,,!. Mr. Unn.,"
tweyon I tur re.':t.ih. N.ttliiiit ;I:Nai f urtlier ald 'V ill.. "If Iiivt-I a L tl o i: mid -ve r.s
4rom his thoughts than to insult her and aw h ir evry .!:ay. I wouldn't tll
by telling her that he. loved l her. But her as as I v.1,1 yp.t. a:id.
to te near her. to i e,. her .ftlen. per-. l,::t' i ,., r,. ,,eN ldn't l have h ..ail
haps to do some service whi,'ti would e It if I not come out before
win a smile fro:n her -that was re- tho,,it."
ward enough for WVill (1lay. rv.. t said nt a wr,., and Will
She n.-v'er dr.anm.iie of his a location. iN'ly t:as silent. v',y wrk'.] ha-d
and lihe hal i,.iar' hier sa;. nihmin: r he.r ,. let.,n, .,t He 4hads
friends that lhe lik(1 hit letter than t' e l o t t ai
any other oei,..r on Iwdl te r gainey upin .lu inch ty inch ad
!'!l <,. l She sa id it in tile arelet s w ay "4, tj i tp. ca.ipta !n." w hispere.r
of girl'thool. a:I!,l yet he treae u. !,eI it in ill. ", ; .t ,,out Oth l ie ts a;iet,] provision
111s l,,art. S:tndlinz there n' aid *I'l~them. Take tine for all you want.
the cotlrs'e ,,f the ship annl ready to and we will tight the fire."-
r.ve a wvrd. of warning to the whluels- The sailors worktnl with a w ill until
zran If it were i eiededl. lie never took th-y saw the oats drawing up to the
lihe eyes fr.,:tn her lIni. anil tle pasaenzers takin,
.i.,Mnr w n-y aind tihe [pa "'.ir. wheel n- Ie giv' it a half turn amn I r t e:sseners
s r'ati:g for ti,, I.,ats. The r,'passengers
tl t here '.. ',n't V sitll sm.ke~ nale a rush at thle sa .' lli, :,:.(it, but
It < ;* fr,,ei tihe gaillv.'as thiy. nearer. the gangway they mnet
"Perhalp s.o. hut what are' th,'y hurrn- Will '1lay. a pistol In each hand and
tug ros i i tlhe :*il,,y fr" hi (t lalit e.
'ltoinm crie1 \ ill. raising his le':d Sta ,l hack. tlh re:" hle eried. "'lo
Aui-kly annl sni:atlin, the air. elie-auht t back.,ti. ner lp iou want
Von call yoursil lves. nn?' Io you want
the peeN'cular s:lil l;mim,,..lf : ,,.l l 1.; '| too thet ,,(tn s ani.l soil y to r only
down from lte ht'I ,ltese. "K'(eep i .:i,' e*,"
steady." he wIlthiwpere.l to tite man at t;.. of the way '
-";et out of the way" 'hisqed a gigan-
;be vlh.l. "*Trere nu.iy lve 'anger. hutt tie, Swede. raising his heavy hand.
If there is. f,," ,,l's s-ake., ke.p t i."Out of the way or I will crush you
quiet." with a single lilow."
The man no.!,..l quietly nnil took a A pis'ol ,ra(eke,. nud tihe mian fell
firmer lidol] on thi,, wvhietl. Will Clay m,.k,. shot thr,,lhi ht, s!.o,;lher. The
rrossel. the ilehk without apparent ni ,dre'.,,iletl he.fore this ,jeeririntdl
haste and yet with : fterful fear tu;- ,, ng Itma, for even in an hour like
ting at lils heart. I0e enaiught sight of tlii ,. f,,:ir nls tidden dea, th.
the cal.t:ain .i1in:,z teot o f tilie inu'tle- .'K.,-p Iai,.k. I sa~ y" rt,pea.it..t tihe
inen's cabin an.l liurriedl up t, i In. hoeiau. mate. ..' `a o n ts
"There is s.iioneiting., wi.i,' litir.t. for they go In the first looat."
wbhlsiNre.l. "'' ..it: olii l iAell lellurmiii g The 'rc.lr w:.>s promiiptl o!.yed, and
rosin. captam.i ii if The srt ,r1 lN:t prcn.. l,. ol, ou, and y
The olIl sea capl.tain suppressed a cry .. n s othe cr w. out I y
of horror. \\Ih .-a passengers .inti a ay fro: thie gan-way under oui-
board In the miti.Kt of the lnul!:ln .io.lenn. wand of the first niat,,. :t after litt
far from :ilind. : ntirte wa-i onit .if tile pulled upp toe tlli ,itnway. received its
sat horriolel things whi. -h could come lo:, anl plledl away. 'l'here was no
u.p1n a s .ip. tl,.ore rusllhig., for there w:is ileathlI in
"Go for. :amrd aud invest aZte." lie tile tvIs of the yi)I iiau li said in a low tue. "If you tind that it in. w.ho hail taken hiis police ily liis
is a P.re. No,:t ktl w\v wihat to l1o. How sil,.
are tle 1 I,.I ts':" 1..14 y I: tu: iht,,r is not in the l ,m'its.
*'All ri;lt. s!r. Youm nimy trust to ,yinm man." said .urltiur Varaie
Item.'" htio -selv.
They lhand g-1 '..use for fear. The ".Miss v:ane," cried Will. "you can
entire fttrehlildi wad s tilled withl rosin. in, i lme, now. "
41IOe ail ta -.:ks. anl if a tire siarte.d .M:! .l. had been standing apart.
there it inih al ia well Lt' itn a it.est of rrnd if,, ,et.i .Mr. Vnie stel'ed in-
fat pine. Will r:in down to the lower tO t!, In:iat. :tl il'e last of the crew
deck, where I.m. e< :i't ly a crowl of fl,,we'l. Then a l:imie st-eit d to
excited l:renwtln a:,id o.al passers. who l-.A, h... ai, Tl he p..i -l f. ,eat9 -
were runishiai tg :n:!,ly on dth'k. Quick .:is ii j he t ;::;ptain nd rl t, I mnate i tit th e
thought Iw s.,..d t; e torteniist :iantd ,i,.,q,,d s~ T;irner l. Ioniig teon:ies of
burled him lba< k. !.ii ,, p,. l .l ont toward ltie lboal.
"Go il.aek. l0il fools '" hlie cricd. T':I 'igh tli- lielv lI.nrrier Te:' Itwo mlti
:'mere:, .'i n' i ',,i] ni I t o>i" ,, ,,t ;,it .0' st,,, n strihimg .t: fo- -
"Fire!'" \ ,. e l ili,* 1t 1:111 ln>;ir>..ly. .!, ) ,i t.
"Fire in t!:*. :, r *,,,'" "' .. "' rrb. h.d r. \allt'. *i Q "Y 1 2:i,,,
"* uppost- :. ;:,,. ,s Is it your diuty tt> hf ,i ii. Mr l "
ruLh on d,". .>:. :,|; l: ,: i p:is<<.,en.,.!s "l , : '; ...;* ,,, :1, !i T_ r;, 1.
or l t lht .I .. :- :; il : 7 t. pI t ,I.: t t'.*ii .* ,,. ". c j, f tim. ,l l mttt : ',,l
fire? lI:i k. t;:,:,. all .f .,,u:. f,,r I w i.1 m e,'ji.;.:i t,.'l two wer i 'help.,. ;p lt tlhe
t ainu (l .' I .:a.i l !,.t i!. tr, to ll i ; : ,.*t h ," ~':i, autill s ip|.'rte. be tihe
Iair not ::':;.l l.ik. I s.:t- : ..; ,. ...-; i gala:t mirth'. Tl'h
The ni.0 I *',,. l..' t re hl it si '.eri..r i l.l t, i'. he
will a-d.l s.m t i.::it I',w t i'.i ht yet do -lii, .l i, I:t! m i i "wh Lh aoU thingg *. i ,I :,. st!in,. i'. :in .,;,ill,.t ihd t lhie e ,,f the r.ai i;:i le.
A g'nan w;.s It u'- ,:t.il h. t th 1':t t.h. .o T ,V ry.:,.l 'hed tie ishil,, s:iiell aflter.r
that no 0ltie ciu iii trait'" dhtwn. anil the \ ,tk ,., l.
ecuttl h \li l i Ic .1 i t lo4d it forehcli, is k a :*
opened. N\i '.,ifr wa..s this done (l: n
a dte w j t:::'. ot ll;'ack smoke roll,'l F' .rc is a y. :!ng m"':i'1 tee s:ih 1 ai
o u t. a n d t1 h, ., ;lch w ais .mc lo s e d c :i in t ::r t in ..*. ...


to W ill "s;. aI.:t. nothini g could I 1 I'W ,f I n i' i 1: -
dooe in that it% t % l. itmen Iau for- ** .'i mn'' : -
ward with axes. 1,ut hlad stca rely gi gone
a dozen steps hten they felt the dth-k :.; ." r! iv- 0.1v t" .; :ill It,
tremble under t'!iir feet and saiw small vtn --ixclailt-
ets of f:tiie shluiting up through the re e I e Jngle.
plaakL. A wnio ieut more and there was .', .,, I. ,.. ,I : ,. ".' *,.L ..
WA ::1 :Ia t AI';. u1sk fx :" a d the


GOING DOWN HILL
Peopl- utfferins f-.om kidi,.'y di--
ease* ftel a cratual but steady <1, s
6f viality. Th ,v hOilu time in trying roley's Kidney Cure
It i guaranteed. W. A. D'.Att-i;-
berte.


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I A ..I t 1 1 .-I N I it li U .'IS K .-% *i .LW l i iI'.
ltmn otf t!he tier. "lte doesn't scVeI
li-i.iilf at ;all."
'Ie is in lNidl odlor sm ine Imii-k lte-
<.a!,' an It uifiasl.ioiable letrfut!it,.'' re
Iplid! tihe t:.e'r.--l1trtolt l'iF'e lart.s.


CASTORIA
FPr InfntU and Children.
Tr Klir Yu Have Always Boht
Bears tne &
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tities of mineral and timbered land
la n the rate of the ro osed road


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... .. which makes the blood pure and
MOre Tan m le Could tand. rich. B. B B. will cause the sores
"What's this?" demanded the police to heal, itching of eczema to stop
hurrying to the scene. "A hold up?- forever, the skin to become clear
hurrpingeto t.her lc ngne. and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is
A pale. scholarly looking man In spec just the remedy you have been look-
taclcs was standing over a burly ruf- lug for. Thoroughly tested for 30
fian and shaking his slender fist at the years. Our readers are advised to
prostrate form try B. B. B. For sale by druggists
"1 presume that Is what you would at 51 per large bottles (full treat-'
term It." he replied. "This fellow *top- ment) f5. Complete directioDs with
ped r-t just now and ordered me to each bottle. So suffLr rg rAy MI t
l- p my hands. I complied, and it. Addr.'s BLOOD BALM CO..t
h.tI up u bands. I copied. and 1 Atlanta, Ga. Describe vsour trouble
he ei.b ".: .reb' my pockets. will and Free personal medical advice,
p'! n hIullet through .. lie said, 'If given.
-. ;::h:.z them down all durIng' -.
time I am'- And then I knocked hum EVERY DROP
down 'All during' Is an abominable
'tel .'i siun of correct English that no:
man can utter in my presence unre-
buked."
The unlucky footpad had tackle ,
professor of rhetoric.-Chica une. ZET


Iron bedsteads are cool,
comfortable and durable-
,/ust what you need for
sumitner use. Call at Mars-
fon 4 Finch's and select
one.


Call for State Convention. of medicine that goes in a
prescription filled in this store is
Call for a state Democratic convention to perfectly pure. Pure drugs mean a
be h-ld at Jacksonville, Fla.,Tuesday. June
.1,. IIA,: speedy recovery. Poor drugs mean
The democratic party of the state of I-'lor- a relapse. You want the best. Let
ida will hold a ta*eUonvention ai Jackson- us fill your prescription, and supply
ville on Tueiday. June 19, at 12 noon. for the other medicines, I. r. Green & Co..
fol'owtng purposes: other medicines, T. Green & Co..
To choose delegates to represent the estate "The Prescription Drugist," 37 S.
in the national democratic convention, to Palafox street. Phone 390.
be held at Kansas City, Mo..July 4. 0110; to
nomiunate candidates for the offices of 0ov-
ernor, one Jutirle of the supreme Court. HEIE'S YOUR C(HANCE.
a Secretary ot State, Attorney-General., ____
comptroller. Treasurer, Stuperintendent of
Public Instruction.Commimssoner of Agrl- Iron, Woven Wire and 0 namental
culture.a Kailroad Commissioner for the Fencing for All Purposes.
term of four years. four Presidential Elect-
ors and four alternates, to be voted for at I am agent for the largest manu-
the next regular state election, and tofacturer in the world of everything
transact such other business as may come acturers in e world of everytin
before the convention. i in the way of plain and ornamental
The different counties in the state will iron and wire fencing, settees. vases,
s.nd delegates to the convention upon the Thre i nothing in thi line
following bass of representation: onedel- etc. There is nothing in this line
egate for each one hundred votes cast for : that I cannot supply and at mana-
the candidate on the state ticket "whore- facturers' prices, erected in durable
cived the highest number of vote- at the-
general election of 1 iW. and one odaitionial and workmanlike manner and at
vote for the fraction in excess thereof., such low prices that you will be as-
when it amounts to fifty or more. The tonished. I su ply anything from
committee has also allowed additional rep- i
resentation where the vote was increased 'a plain wire aprm fence to the
at the election of laeS in any counitiy for most expensiveornamentalcemetery
state officers. rhe counties under this rule fence; cresting for towers, tree
will be entitled to representation as fo!- guards, ornamental settees, base-
lo s: .. ..


Alachua ...... 14 Leon . 14
Hraltld .... Levy 4
Itiiker 2 Liberty 1
Brevard 5 Manatee :4
Calhoun .... .. Madison 7
Citrus .. 2 Marion
Clay 4 Monroe 4
Columtbia .... ;' Nas-au 4
Dade 4 Orangt I'
Dtv-oto ..s.. t Oceeola :
Duval 2 Pa'-c'o .. 4
l-icanitli U Polk .
Franklin "2' *t.Johns T
Oad- .Ieu Putnam S
ajitiiIt S4 ant l os i
IH-rnando ....... 2 Suniter I
tillsboro *li uwannee
Holmes 3 Taylir "2
'Jackson u Volusia .
.lefferson . Wakula .
Latifayette ... :; Waltrn i
lake 7 Wahaiinton t
Lee .....
Thi- conittles will select their (lde vtiltep ili
any mulanner which may he conisithred he-t
iv the people acting through the iprt it or-
lganiz'ttion ats recognized by the Ifti >-tat.
c-ori-ntion. All deniorats are Invited to
ptr!h.'ipte' in I hes selection of deti,.zct"s
'hereto including those who have bet'omni
qualified to vote since the lnst electiopi.
Thechairnman and Iecretary of emtli houtn-
tv convention held for the purpose of el-eIt-
Ing delegates to the state convention art,
re zhitbirni iit. Tallahassee. Fia.. a writt,-n or
printe dcpy of the prot'eelwii.- of ,ucit
"''unty convention, together ith a liastof
the nI'nhtes of the county executive I'ouelmit-
t.-*, in which should be de-ignatetd the
clhaiirman and secretary of such cointnittee.
W. A. RAWI.,.
.1. C. ('moit'KR. Cbhairiman.


tjcreIrry.


CONGRESSIONAL CONVENE] ION
For thp First Congresi*onal District
I an fo'm'Otmtceraltlc convention of tbei
first conores lonal dflsrict of thie sttfte of
Florida. to be held bi Tallabhasbe. F.u-Inda,
Wodnelday. MaI" .tjh. A. D. Ii.
The democratic p#rty of tle ftrst e)ngre, -
tsional dittruct of tlB state of 'lnridt. will
hold a congressional convention at Talln-
ii-ase'i on Wednesday, May :9lth. lit 12
o'cloitc noon, for thti purpose ofnouminilainmg
an cinetidilntlto for congress from 'ani di'.tr et
I', t tie lirty--q venhIb 'on grea of thie 1 'r itet
Stil -. ti. let' vi ted for at tihe ni .t li, itin.
i', ; tr.alA-art such otithr tuailns hs 'maui
,.i. t)-f.,r r' n d (cniiv' nation.
I iiea d'iTerent con;itimt- in thep distr 't will
-.;i d' le-aiep- to he I ti 'ctnve li'iein up i t i,.
' .itt. li, ita-i- of it 'p 'sentation: t ed l-
. .', lor et-a h !*c vole, ftast for thli card .
:- feorconvr-.'- In auBll fiitrir at thei ihi l.c-
it.; f r <:.titkai'"'-nan lfiol e id a im'ei l. aimdl niit
;f. i"ln il \' (I r itti." f ut'li ii i- m m .- .-s
t ~ f I tr".-H i t sti iUit to I fty r : .irie.
'' .'>-t.ti h b'ig.t(' bi'. "ils.. alltiw ,ell aitdil talii
' Tt'-i tn 1 i *i tioere hte vlit fi.r 'nti-
i '--*Itainu wa i lir'i.-a 'l lit the'- e'le>'ttii re
I -'!". inI a:L y "I4 i'i 'it% CtT'iietilt-> ititl..-
ltil. rule will l, *itil;tl'i to re-pre'-e ilatti.:,
a- f'i tl :i ;


c"I h ou n
I oe'Mtto
1" t' mil MTII.,i

Nifillttem '

AI iunliftee
%%n -chingi


I C"itrust




7' W~al'''ton '


The coiltit' will select their delegate'. in
any manner which may be considered l.--t
ciy thi people acting through the party r-
_,ntizatiois as recognized by the last oon-
.re.'-tonal convention. All democrat% are-
itvited to participate in the- selection of
delegates thereto, includingg those whie
'aiv' b-'comne qualified to vote since the
l.st election.
'I qe chairnian and secretaryof each coun-
ty colventionl held for the purpose of belect-
ingl delegates, to the flrst congressional con-
-.-ntion ate requested to send to W. B.
ilenlderton. chairman. Tampa. Florida, a
written or printed copy of the proceedings
of t'ucta eouity conventions. logelthr wiih
a li.t of thel nal"e of thie county extecu'iv'r
-onimitt'e. Im Whicbh should lie designat-d
(le chairman and secretary taf u('no cont-
:iittc'e. '. B HrE"MikRWoN.


inent windows, window guards,
hitching racks, weather vanes,woven
wire poultry .ard fencing. Space
will not permit um to enumerate all
the styl's I sell, but you can see
illustrated catalogues and gpt esti-
mate- by applying at Wnm. Johnson
& Son's hardware deJpartment
9alnt A. J. WATKINS.


T:w CIIOIOEST
AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF



nWOOsD Ns LlA R O mAL AI,

--BRERSB, ETC.,

IN WOOD AND ;LASS. LARGE OR MALL QUAN i .


4 A SONG OF WOMEN.
Owlkpesbab~ll wagthe rietiwy.
Vow terweanie 1"r defeat.
O)ur grold we bring wx:i. u tiang haict
Noar com~e uv, l ~gging fect.
Irith %i-v twra'e and kin-fling eyea
'A p arm ,'ut rr n- fgtit.
Am,! u t. n i" ,la-t fr- -A :;2i4 aid

At . .'. I irz. .' 't
Ail,*.IT, nflitfe


-~~- n :. c! e.r Ga2.


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S CZEMA. ITGRING RUMORS
Pimples Cured by B. B. B.-Bottle
Pree to Sufferers
Does your Skin Itch and Burn?
Distressilg Eruptions on the Skin so
you feel ashamed to Le seen in com-
pany? Do scabs and Scales form on
the Skin. Hair or Scalp? Have you
Eczema? Skin, Sore and* Cracked?
Rash form on the Skirt? Prickling
Pain in the Skin? Boils? Pimple.
Bone Pains? Swollen Joint.-? Falling
Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale?
Old Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers?
All these are symptoms of Eczema
and Impurities and Poisons in the
Blood. To cure to stay cured take
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm)


Opposite Luion Depot. Telephone No. I4;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


I.'.


AflTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHISKY.
BROOKHILL SOUR MASH.
YELL -WSTONR RYE WHISKY
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMP.AN'i -
CELEBRATED BEER-KE..- % i.


-- ner,



Chas. H. Turner,

*.ARCHITECT*+:


-AND--


General Contractor,


Building. Repairin'. Mantel and Grate letting, Phlmbinii'. .*. an. .\
and G(as Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Xorey.
&W'Ari-.ti2 Di ins,in E-tiniates. Plan- and Specification- f.,r i.
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
WIC A Lair.:e and Carefully Selected Stock of Fine Mantel-. t,-,'-.
Tiling of All Kinds, Bath Tub-, Closet and Household Applianice- -:
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


--THE-




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
CASHIER.
R. M. BUSHNELL,
AssT. CASH1ILk
DIRECTORS:


T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Sau tiders & Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE. JOHN' F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


RIX M. ROR I. .Ni
MORRIS BIAK


THE HEINE ACAOIMY OF MUSIC, A General Banking Buiiness Transacted.
No. North l',tlafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant. Vesse'68 Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, Ex-
L 't ten' ; also utitar, Banjo and adlMudln. Change Bought and Sold, Collections
-- Promptly Attended To.

OPERA HOUSE! ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


Tuesday, April 17.

A JO YUS EASTER HAPPENING!

Thi' Merrv Mo'nrceh- of F"ui and
Famo-irs Originals,


Murray + Mack


Prf-"utimg thte Livo'y I~rcf,,

Finnigan's Ball
Intr~i~iducing the Lar'rst. FRest t rVinviw
tielen IIIthis Fanvi?1, Uom-dd3

2C--Pf oplp. All LiveIy-1O


THEI


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-i1 AT--

The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


-- F--


The Star Laundry,


THE O PIUR I OF l ET F1ORIDR!


SHOWING A ('LEAN IFR"I \
EASTERN .MORN


P an Pa'. GtAiNg Srt.


0 O cl I N it. rr
beSt and cheapet wGay t .. a
0l8. ward sigi of b,'r :I '
lh I tO-t car.I*.L .-.- 4 l i : 'A -
ili ne. whe laundry w,,rk-
p -ucht prices a!, at t,. "': I
&X.



ALL WORK C. 0. D.


TELEPHONE 114. 3z. GARDEN s)'
Ml"OoODr4 CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-J[
WATK.Ra INGRAtAIL l Manager.


ESTAB3L'u4 m'- 1863.

McKENZIE 0ERTING & CO,

0 aA LM Ip 0
Ship Ghandlery and General lau dware,

008AND 005 I. LPALAIOXW@==E'T.


JE TZ & COO I, REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 80.N CO-
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBEL & 80N'S PUMP.-

i -120-122- ou"%, aor tw. pl lts. I llHtisl lutriiMts, ilsrt ^irs, l


E. Government Street.


CONPAS5ES. IAXW X, ETV.


ALl ATOR


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA. TUESDAY, APRIL 17 1900 3


~isIN LI'ISLATI(IN,


~gess Working For an Early
Adjournment.


,l I' l Il.l. tJBo'I: ok( ONTi:NTIUN.t

nad v l' .i~soI lhut thme 1ri.'uits of the
U aa .~ill lu-la It toIe rrsagc'.
s &f t11C It.alland Boat-flow
"P.II'Iorio."



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a I ta,'a ta T !..ral I l 1.t1 1a


- -: I ), a':iata-Portoal."Iai l ''


.L' I toai a Wl lia

".s; fa1'7~1a 1 a l'o'la.! '

a f .Itita :ir'a'ron'.A'1


':1 r l l l .4t 1'' a ftes.
I Ia. ~R.ID.It "l'ortO.'


a 7'' I a only o


ord followed the order of the board,.
and even In the speeches of Senator
l'oraker and other niionel'rs of the
c<')miinlttee the name was always given
*'Puerto." A ,.hane was noti<-,d. how-
evr. imini.din:tf.ly ift-r ti, hou.-e
a nr-', !1 to, til- ..li:tte 1ill. In I that bill
th', senait', stru,-k out "P'urto" andl
i:Iro'rt d "I''oro" wherever the nimie
w-,'urri''*. .1 0 ;, :i the houlIsI ;iirn 'd tto
;lll of th,, N-. II,41:1 tlli;-ld11ll'Ijlsl 1. 1 i)s-
lain l"..:it:.< "I'airto" In thi' law. and
The R'c:iZr'.-ii!:il I'a'ord. tine' l ornl
init after thin. lill 11:ass-ed, swit'eled
from -P'uertio" to 'orto." :ind it i.s
likely that "Porto" will Iw the, name
to the end of the chapter.
ARTHiURP. DV. ItNN.
VICTIM OF A VILE SCHEME.
White by Ifirth, Negro by Pro.riptplion
and Asitgnment.
ATI..4NIA. April 1i.-BHy th< arr-t ,of
Martha Ven.br,ks th ))lic'' hava ,id'-
v .attrional. It is th- :t- arv of the \\,:mian's
lhf-., which as rahittd by her, .,h )ws that
.h. i- the victim of a \vile cm-uspira y.
Ti.- w- niami .na t,t.a-. that by Itirth .he is
'f plurt, Caiuaraiili bl! ald. She >; >arn
in A..'u'.tal pr vi, t: t the .viil \ war,
1 f i, lt r lpari'rit' w.'r, n i \tver lni:i"r! l.
A ', arlri, t4a Martlha'i str-y, he;r Ina'h: r
l..'. M Ii ,, d fo <,n i. ,>f I Iti ( l o4t r,. ',talol,
l.ti'.ll'.'. itn Au -,uItai, and whit -'i. \Wit'
l i th- iunatoriiun;aate W oman wt-alil iv n
t'a m milaa'ttto w anall imulliei I:t.lh.I1..
wh., lived 1it thi tity. Marttia wa,
taught to 1) lv. that h sie was tihe child
of L:z;t Mithlill, ati.l va,- rai.-'d us a
iigr.', atv'. \Whein hi reinachedt wa V i N-
hi- I .ha, w fa- foartod tco mary a in r O.
an l w'a- saulI with him a a a shlv. .St.v-
,**r. l v,.-r-, att Jut'l.:- Wrilhti. w\i., knew hcr ..t tryv,
-.*nt t.ar hl-r. and told hi.r of hr birth
ami Imr.ii rag.e. informing her that hlit,
wat itr t 'a -onsideratbll. frtumin. The
wolilail s.t4tV', lihowaver, that tiunl, fate
atuii ,,'utl l: Lw htd nrid't her a negri,
and that s!e wo,,aull iuaiu a ne to hr
hoat b.


Roston Lassles.
('Carrie-llow an you say Mr. Mtinni-
wurth Is a splolndid dancer! You know
well enough hi- doesn't know the steps
and that he can't keep time.
Minnie I know. but they say he Is
vorth a hundred thousand at the low-
est estimniate.-Boston Transcript.
W lidom.
"Why did you laugh at Clingstone's
joke?" asked Cumnso of Cawker. "I
couldn'tt see hlie point."
".Neither could I." replied Cawker.
"t ut his explanations are worse than
his quips."-l'.troit Free Press.
Wrecking a Danger Signal.
"An eastern sc(lentist has decided
that yellow Is the proper color for dan-
ger signals."
"That knocks all the cautionary elo-
quence outt of red noses."-Cleveland
Plain Ic alr.
Scceserful.
WV;:ezs- W1"t.:''e were' you last night?
Jag,:s- \\': is-And did you catch it?'
.t:ir'.-Y iti bla.t I caught It-owhen I
got ii ,al:a,.-- 'laiia':igo Ne%\ s.

.I;i.a1, l '>o'' a1 e.:' l:,se tight


ir. '-ii ,
S I alte r b. 1 'i r.
A,, .: : '" Il .011 ,\a r n: ila lie.?
T :'. ,,'T'- .N ;., a t, ;t 1 l';a \ e e -
'... i'- t !'. I'!:i!la i, lphia B ul-

W. the World




%-i x.-6 I ta ;n recitd it ,
At o..ma nram ll w'Ai. l fa.r'ta.ti,
Aud Mr. Pr l. r, aio a, a hit
0- ada.a la a
A' i .l.P. f I 'i-ir. n,-ma single
ai C '. nol IIi' a.iai ot!'4.
"T1 'as m n',f' ro fr m land tu ,)d
toI '' a" ,: M. t lI .
I % .t, t'..' .. .-! '.'.
Ano t.. w i .-,:!-. I ear. y mi'td.

,".a ' a .* h. r k r. s rart rtd.

II%(;I-;.ING iLA GRIPPED CN')UG;H
G. Vacher. 157 Od4r ood St.. Chicaa-
S. .ay': "My wife had a very se-
vro- c-.e of l:i grippe. and it left her
with : very had cough. She tried a
'tol,. .f Foley's Honey and Tar arid
i .ive ininediante relief. A .i e) cent
Ibao7tl 'a''ad h.r Caluih enttirply."
P'-a e 27w'. anid 7, W.'. W A. D'Aleimn-










ed. D'Alemberte sells
them. -


,- /*
I' *i"ai,,rtintt ('retam W\'afa1- an af-
T*.r >Itlt b' dainty. A-k youtr dalor
or 'i Ai. _i
, DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.




Medical (iety. Attention
There will be a regular meeting of
"he Pensaccla Medical lcociety at
h" Board of Health ofieo at t
'c'.ocK p m.Tuesdlay. April 24.
\'ii:in physicians are cordially
invited to atteni1.
D. W. McMILLAN. M. D.,
President
r. F. B&' CE. M..D..
Aeretary. 25mt
I will repair your watches and
jewelr.: in flrst-class atyle. J. I.
4

GOLD DD8T.


03011S DBIL,


HEINB BROS. i 0O,


1-


n a dsiiQ GENERAL INSURANCE !D L0LL1 R00E,
-*ND--
PaJa&ox Street,

TO WASH BRUSHES ANeal Estte Agets, Pensacola. Florida.
MBMOS I r L i PENSAMOLA. FLA.


REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE --GOLAY=q*
LEADINO FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE 'Grist and Co0n Meal Mills,
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCE COMPA .. 1. F. GONZAEZ & CO., Props,

Eta1l Ae[nts of te Egqnitabl, Manufacturer,
L; Asraice Society If te CHOICE M"AL AND P'LE GROUND
TIoAfiSTOK EE1).


A


To wash hair brushes and combs, dissolve
a tablespooeful of
Gold Dust Waskiag Powder
Ia boiling water: when it is nearly cold, dab the
bristles up and down without allowing the backs
of the brushes to become wet; when the brushes
are clean, dip them in plain cold water and dry
them either by the fire or in the open air. Soep
turns the ivory back combs or brushes yellow.
but nold Dust does not injure them.
Thb ae 11 t-.aerni s t fomorfe ,"aatitt
'(,'J)IbIN KULi... aiK HiVSWOuKI"
t tree an req ecv t j
THE f. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Cbskss. 5. Loeas. New Va-k., S1ea01.


No freight receiveI &er a :16 p. m.

B LODGK DIRECTORY
LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Pen-acola KNIGHTS OF
KNIG______ _HTS OF 'lAAS.


Sbort of Swords.
THE PEDAGOGUE. Actors have strange exSw riences. Ndt
Prf--r S. WV. Shattuek of the rli- so very many years ago Edward Sasga
v.er.itv !f Illinois was seria.. sly ir.jured was acting at Johannesbul In a comn-
by a gasoline ,.xPloSioi n the other day. pany organized by his brother'u-law.
Pir,,.ss,,,r A. N. W lls. whio was offered George Edwards. One of the plays;
ith.- os-itit.n ,f pr,...ssi)r of art at tile produced was "The Solicitor," by Mr.
lt:;:miant. Il;ini:n in-tiTuite. iais decided to l)arnit;.' lDuring one of the acts the
l,t-, liii. the, otff.r :;nil will reniain vith the pla;:,-rs wore unit'orms and accouter-
I u'i' r4ty af Illini.is. mIents. Mr. Sass received a request
In Etnl.wo..l. Chicago suburb,. the from Mr. Bleksley, an official of the
t.,,,rl ,,f a. .! h ,it a a',naIIls pupils whi local fire brigade, to lend the swords
Lh:.- a' al,. a..,',tt frin s.ichool fair days or used in the play to the Transvinal gov-
ilatorf, li -iiltialt III 1I nialia al 'xa ilinatian I
1, :a i,lvy.i, i ll,,,il ai al lI TIi hoaird rnument in order to make a g:tmwl dis-
b,e, raI in ItIg r.ltiitteld to school. play at the opening of the Delagoa
II. F'. Mrk;-. in dIelgait,, froni the Brit. Iay railway. The government was,
i.- a.li.t ;.til a hIaliirtinint a:tnl a lcttiur- short of swords and thought that even
*'" a <-, al M1 :*t1nr It O()f'Is colla'ge. Man- theatrical weapons would l;h more ef-
.hlia.- r. E :::l hal. mI. is .Ilnliig it ii woa waks festive thoiu empty sealbbnids and re-
at T .. Ta'r+ a >11.,'.. C('ilhmilia university, 'olver vases. Mr. Sass referred the


a'X.Jii'ii~:1it its a n 'taais anitld (quipilleut.

POLITICAL QUIPS.


\Vhe'n a plditivinn is bad, his constitnu-
entis -tanet a'\.-p,'t him to make any
,r.,;miii'e ,,alad.-.N\,\ Orleans Picdyunh.
It i., .-timintd tlhat there atr' only y95.-
(mNi frt.ole mindedjl perlous in the l'nited
Stits-.. and yet look at the mnin who get
el-cted to congress:'-Philadelphia Ledg-
er.
The average man who takes an interest
in polities does not work to hlp a friend
who is running for office, but ro do up an
eut my.-Atchison Globe.

Eugene J. Hall, the poet and pub-
li-her, says that one dcee of Folv's
, Honey and Tar restored his voice
when hoarseness threatened to pre-
vent his lecture at Central Music
Hall, Chicago. Nothing else a
good.-W. A. D'Aleniber-e.



Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchless Mineral
Skater for the cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all druggists;
also I. T. Green ,3- Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS,

W. eW. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Tertimorial, From Judge Gaston.
(RIEENVII.T.F, Ala.. Aug. 10. l44Ai.
I take great pleasure in et rtifviin to til*
nurity and' tb m,-r;t of Wilkins.on't Match-
les. Mineral Watt-r. Tli.s natural mineral
tonie, to my personal knowledge. I taken
froain a well three ntniies ast of tire.nville.
in the exact condition in whicld it is snold. I
have s-en this watt-r used. with wonderful
success. for dysoepsia. indigestion. sore
ey%* and fior eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcer' on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles. I do not bel.-re its
equal exists. It is highly recommet.ded by
physicians for a number of diseases.
ZKLL GASTON.
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
A alamla.


)tatcial to Mr. Edwards, who haplpenl
to be In England. anO the display was
horn if its miirst decorative fe:iture.-
Lundon Ma;iil.
S Hated to WVate Time.
"Now. Tommy." said an anxious
mother to, her son. "the minister will
tiw htier* to dinner today, and yu must
ve sure to wash your Nee clean."
"All right, mamma," answered Tom-
my, "but suppose he doesn't come?'-
-incinnati Enquirer.
..n_


WI1N *
-Importers and Dealers in-
Chinese and Japanese

=--Fancy Goods,=
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 South Palafx sreet.


Laundry Office


Pensacola Lode, No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
inR at at Castle iall.
in Hutchblnson hall. West
Int.ndencia street.
l visiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
f HHosH. Ji'DKVINI.
H. HORSLIL. C.C.
K. R. & S.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Friday night in
each month. Visiting sovereigns cordi-
ally ir.vited. W. W. WATSON,
M. i. THAMES. Cllrk. C. C.


a--eM r-Pone No. m.
Rv-nt.Rlount 5uIldnla-Rnon 2

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Mnuie To*pi. Pbho N3.
i-B- I -*B- *V W9


RAIND EASTER BiL!
To be Oiven By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of I.,
4 dd Fellows Hall, Warrington,
Monday, April 23,1900.

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


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--PROPRIETOR OF--o

CRONIGS SALOON
--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A .Ars, AT-'TY.
Corner Belmont and Devilliars Sta. PENSACOLA, FLA


Cold Weather
. Coming. Bend In y,
orders and let us 11fill your bin before S
cold snap arrives. We will send yeou
best coal you can procure for either bakltng
or heating purposes at reasonable prices.


Telephone No. 147.


IompsoQ, Olse El & o,
Dealers In

Coal and Wood,
Office and Yard: B. E. Corner Zarragoes
and Railroad Streets.


'- JUST OPENE
JUST OPENED.


PENSACOLA. FLA

sum -alia all IN VUI MV


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

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST RP.FEI SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A'so Soll by M. Perry atid ni,. Yates,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--+
Prompt Delivery and Sati-faction


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'A- w-k F eed from the ton .p MIanufacturer,
xflnhIR'mpSownDrK'"tw e .*V'wVg' WU for, by *.. doing "Au encouraged home Indua-
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PENSA COLA KLECTiIC TERMINAl which contributes toyour .upport.
RAILWAY CoMPANY.
TraIns leave Pensacola for the Littl, PROFESSIONAL OARDS.
Bayou., Palmetto Heabh. Warrington, Navy -
Yard and Fort Earraneas at
1:.8 a.Em.arriveat Fort Barraneas 7:15Da.w Dr areellu5/ fn rear
10a't) a. In. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1 "1 45P.
I I.m.arriveat Fort Harrancsp Il' tp Iir
8::. p ,i. arrive at Fort H arranc't 4:.a p i t
a:lr)p. iu a-riveat Fort Barrancas 7:14pa nphn.y Sl i u n.
*':"mv o L atrive at Fort Harrancas :46 Dli
Tra n. leave Fort Barrancas for Peosa-* l{e.iletc. Hotel s R'allbia,
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7:.ia11. in. arriveat Pensacola..... 4:15a. m D)tlce, l'Ale.mbnh rte BuildtiznI. Il9I douth
!; :ai D. m. arrive at Pensacol......... 11:4. p. m PUlafox Mtreet. l'Phne *T, 4.
a p. m., rrive at Pensacoli ......... 2:45 o.n_
a a. u r :i v arrive at P isacol + 5:.'5 p In
7:,) p. in. arrive at Peasacola........ 7:45 Dr w.
':45fp. m. arriveat Pensaoola......... 9:.8Up. DR. Wx. C. DsWJJsms y.
.M't'urdays only.
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Penasoola to Nayy Yard and return ......N o ers his professional services the e*t
Pensacolato Palmetto Beach and return 4c sens of Pensaola. s
ASS roa SUNIDAY Especial attention given to the treataens
of Chronle Diseases and Ii)a4e*e l o
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1900. 5


up the street with a br ad grin on THE FATE OF ANDREE.
TE EWS TES bhis face, mauch to the an.usement of I
Ii N W N bystanders. search Ths. Summer at King Charles
The Catholic Bazar will pen i I Land. Beyond Spitbergen.
the Armory hal to-morrow. Wed- No hopes are longer entertained that
t,i. -art in dmland o.n our nesday nignt. Hon. C. B. Parkhill Dr. Andree and his two companions
'.\. will deliver an address, which will have survived their attempt to cross
a. be followed by a musical program. the north polar area in a balloon. Sir
.1M .,-. ,,nvl.-ti,,n a: t opera This bazaar will surpass anything Martin ('onway voiced the general
I- I : r-,ay thiit. ever seen in Pensacola. A speci:il opinion when he wrote in the new "ln-
i i-ting f tfj- Young program for e-ach evening. NoN ternational Geography" that "an at-
.- I -I."- l.eau.- to tiht. charAge for admission. tempt by the Swedish engineer Androe
-,-atid $2 in fii-- was the i Thursday night, at the opera to cross the north polar area It a bal-
.* r racaord tl- i ior'ljinj. 1 house, the most extraordinary cont loon must be classed with the mysteri-'
1 vention ever organized in Pen-acola ous tragedies of exploration."
.. t.,;t arid s ,- to a- M array u will consider and debate a variety ofI Another effort will be made this sum-
.:. I will pa you. subject ial, industrial political er. however, to ascertain the fate of
S I.... -qiatr will Pre-nt rt and otherwise-and no lover of the explorers by following up a clew
:*.. a;,a,-ardice tyf Memorial I wholesome amuselnm.nt can aff ard to
N... rmis it. It i b the l Old Maid'r Con- that may prove to be important. On
vention," and the proceeds of the Sept. 11 last year a buoy was picked:
;. ..k- Min-tre! t (lutter's box office will swell the coffers of up on the north coast of King Charles
Sill t,,-mat r.1w ni gt. D)'u't' Christ Church Guild. Land. 80 degrees north latitude and
-" :. Murray and Mack. the "Famou 25 degrees east longitude, which bore
-. irt t a;itt(d the Frau n Ve o'igaial Irish Comedians," who, for the words on a nickel plate "Andree's
i-upIer at the M.-rchants hotel imny years have been the recow'- Polar Expedition." It was taken to,
;,it. { nized leaders in their style of enter-' Stockholm unopened, and there It was
J. M. Calhou<,n af Marianna and tanoment. will present their peren- proved to be what Andree had called
ST. Hand of Carniey. ar.- gu--sts at nial success "Finitran's Bll" at the "the north pole buoy." It was the buoy
SMerchant- 3lrcat-. ,consists of a tscre of pretty and 'and drop It when he passed the north
The-re w' ra- no -ailinx- from ti- .ahapely girls and the claim is seri- pole.
.t Lt.day ul, a coul.t o, te doi-- ou-ay made for them that they can t ws opened the presence of
.r, l,*n'her. all sing. ;It was opened In the presence of sev-
tor.eabl- wa-alt sir. nlig. eral arctic experts and tnembers of the
Cizut.... D Almtbertei- htme-frim lhe Little Folk-' min-trel4 at government, but no message was
-in.- M,- l( Iolleg-., New Or-. Clut:er's music hall to-worrow1 foIov unet. but no message was
.. ... va'atin. night, under the ma:nage ient of Ju. foundln it. There was a coating in-
a, -. E I arin-r a lIu-s Menko. will be one of the m,t side the tube that seemed to resemble
r F. Ma r at pleasin- entertait.mients ever put paper. but a microscopical exauina-
S;:r.- r ,. atnith '- gui-' at up,,on the local 'tage. The young tioun showed that it was a growth of
SI-.- .11.:)a..i to-day. la~dias have been carefully drilled alg:e. The experts agreed that It couldI
. w ,r..n iare-- a-;--d t. Pt.,bY.1 Mr. Menko and he pledges his not li:ite driftedl from the neighbor-
... ,.ar,.i i .iy i- H. uiIlva, reputation as a theatrical manager hood of the pole to King Cliarles Lanld.
;,1 .c- I i s,- 1t.ia t'hat tHlis will be t# ) best h.- w ev ,-: There ep.l arrild tlo t.e nott r'at son why it
-Lit uipon tlia- board- und-- r ii- mi an- Io h" hat. t ,n thr wn (it ll V.
.,. .. Mnrr- of t.- cit'y ;- :: su hvrmen, t. Ticket ;'.5 c. t-. No re- l h e 'j en thrown out emipy.
Sr ,, '.1- <:, 1d for tra',:ry at -erv d -vats. an the vitew forl-t'd itsl.i [up I ,,r-0'y ,t Vir-i -- that it \ !w a plart tf t'he wrtckliage of


-- M.:: P.acock 4-f Atltnt.a. Tu a(ommnot.L.:te tioe w!,, tare- ;a-Ir-
t,.-a- -itilg ft n-id- Letr, tiLi ti tie use of atom iz.r- ii al;ly-1
S,1 : itO a 'e-t-rd .- a: ,lia (idn- into t e' It,;-tl ,'-- a" -"~
Sfo' l l" ,r 1-lat .l ,//,a t. tl- rropri-ta sr
- W. e, f-.- a forti:-r P,- t-1.- Ijra(f-atre E'y iVui-d (t i 'ri-a Badlll.
S. 'r it Ia'Ow r\ i- t,.-r,- ln ,t -It. 7' c ciit-. ; Iru ;gi-ts,,r by nail. The-
A -liau.lt.r aid wife :.l Mrs. li' lid .-botidie- thie tldicinial pr op-
H. ti,, ti lativilhl. :e ai no:. rt: f thi- -ai t preparatio i.
',,.- ,at tle Esc..aiubta. ( :+ *tn |liI 1- l i'kly ab-orb.t by
t'.- lln-iii'ralle and do-es to4t dry up1
N* 1 M. Hiurraw is rece-ivintr cion- the -+-cretiou- but clai; a ".a ,at- to-day npu p L- thar! ivail ia i:tatr;! an' t-alIthy character.
;- : iil.t yet#-,rday of a robu-t Ely B:)t:.-,r-. .; \ Var!*-il St.. N. 'Y.


S I,.- I.Mack and wife. NM. rt Sing-r I ,, t I il:l l, 't u'
C. H. Ka.i r,,f rtl,#- Murruav &t hh ltaat rei. It'" at.ole
- a. -k 'tallpainv. are t ii--t- at tt.eit he. lia -, sl rif tha -a l.a r- a 't-1 ar;i a;
"'- .tinbia. t "hilin'-*-. (if (thel s 1., ;re doc-tors; n.r*
chltaits tamil traders titumi.wr -N". include
f !.-t,-ain-.pji lI)-ram or- and tha-i i 1.3 r cleri and
.:k- PA ..rto and Eiti-er Thamballr- 3 liluef 1. ;si; ien t.rks a lf d
a' :aIlinch I r tf It-st- owu Len; of Ine-
- ... v wa-re rel:a-ed from qll uara-
:-to-dav. r (.Ltm i-s tihtre are "-f); nuiriuners, 1
-- only': tishltiernia ".1 : drivers and
1 he Penaaela (Old Maid.< -xp,-ct tea,.t.;ers. 1 l.- I the country, apart
. their frieltd to -ee they'll at t"I fi ,, i I. ii. tre are 34i Chkiese
-ra ouit-e lThut, dav nightt. Their
:.ventioin will be rich. rare- and acl e felante's. 9 rat nhers. 718 rice
.y. Secure -eats early. planters. 2 of them women: of farmers
T curs and agriculturists. 1..7T. and the la-
T',- excur-ioin tof bul-tanea llen iorers numl-ber ItI4.M1. There are no
I' selalna will arrive here about I Chnese lawyers.--Ch.k-ago Tribune.
,,lck next I -di afteraln Ch se lawers.- ago Tribuneand
: .-y will be- handsomelyentertant-d
St day and thet next by tlie citiz~hn- A W'oderful limp.
Pe-sacola. The Nernst lamp. which created quite
Hpe ,od- Knigts of Honr. a furore lu scinetitic circles a few
Sgi.-ve a grand ball at WarritHtotn months ago. Is only kept oat of ure be-
xt Monday tnirtht and invited Pen- cause it cannot be lighted uatil the
l, ..,li:i to attend. Ticket-. g,11- rod which forms part of it is first heat-
S-: n tit .' C -t."t--; ladie- fri-a-; tr;.n-- eat. lk-sides that. the Nernst glower
:tatioll onl ti;u- dulimmy free. under high pressure Is good only for
Th- Ea-ter Monday b 11 aundl cai:- 3a hours or less. The light. however.
p'.v- drill at it a tln'ry l:a-t t il.t i almost a8 natural as sunlight andl a.
u ulnqu-t-ionatll;'y oh ii 'f tlite t.-t agreeable. The lai ruII consists of a
i-alit ev-.lii ili;itulcirat- a pl" ; y I l.i1it l ftiantry. i-.1 it wi al- (,r four inchles In klngti.th, hehil y nimetal-
.rally ,:itIroaliz,-td. In tVie' c- in- lie attachttlnu ts at either eniaI anul in-
*;ivi- aall KPilv.tt- Jotta i.>w,-r close fo(r safettv in an open glass
i, I(.:,;*tjI .I11 ti., g lal. iin, tI, igla e.-I'l. ihadelphia Press.
w it tn + , -. at . ra,,,.r'a w:i- t',...it tuly I.-, *I Pih l.nnsL n uage.
l 1i tra--h .-ni t '- wi -' rv.- d l'roft-ssour Kollick.ir of the Nalites
: ,-.l-,il tI -w,-ll itha- iia..anii.- aaI aquariuin recently \\w nt down luto the
.a v. I-ii, MNiditilrran.tan inll an iron cag lit up
-Inl ptarrat ha. l,, ie0 'aa ,t lyv el.-'tricity. W ith tt. a l. ot a ipow-
u k ,,; ,ut, P.tai:l \ t,.,.t w erful r trci.er anial ti especially c n- struiet
.- 1 1d a, -it k i I I iali1t oaf the- e1' phiontograph he rtgisterel-d the ex-
-* -trday. lying anl wailing plrtssios of surprise with which thee
,. -i all i "!:.-hit:. .A aI t itat ill"*i a not.l; ilint the sounial t::a:l.h by a.ne fislh
'-\ ii..Oi (':.lil- ;A i l1. t'loppPe'. diff,.rs greatly from thit of another
: -,,.k.--l a1 'at. but ontl I I *1 t, anI h s zilirnri .e up thi r-si:Iul< aof hi-
. -.- yi I t ''. -t- th -* -t, Art a' r:r .:t 1": 1 in t**i. ct-an itioun i,:it the
S -" "- :l, i: a , ;,nd s,,ana ls ti :. 'h 1 will It Ie. r'eeotni7z 'l

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Thi. is is thi. -clhw ', lih It is ( rialaxsel
to f, lloa w ip. It is thiouili-' t tl,::t thei
expl it llU l111i:.1 ha\vt' '41oiea to gri1t1 not
far fl'ia:if lit- :Itce wt \vi-rtl' te i bl.xy \%:is
faIut l. Na \O % i sc ilol'I :; Sw i' lish-ltiis-
slini \,p> '!iliS is to to Sp:tzih rgetr
to relieve the Iparty tha:it ha: blteu
slta'idintl a ntl.-.ht r of uoiitlhs there iu
the w\prlk of iIe:atsIring an are of tilhe
meridian in that high latitude. Thet
Swaedisih stveamer that will Ie part of
tlhis txpedt'iilJO will make a detour to
Kim Ciamrles l-ld and carefully
a-earr thitr iiac<-e-s of tlie lost party. It is
liotugi't to bIe higihlly proti;able that
imolr' vr halps cousideratile li;.ht thrown upon
the fate of Andree and his men.-NeW
York Snu.
What lHe Would Have Said.
In a complicated criminal case an chld
land surveyor was suibpt'nartd to give
lils proessional opinion in the matter.
As the prot-eetdings were about to be-
1in lie asked permission to say a few
words. but was called to order sternly
'>y tinhe udge. who told him to wait till
lie %as questioned. The case then pro-
cetcled. A host of witnesses were ex-
anined. and even the prisoner fre-
uluently was esaled upon to make a
statement.
After a couple of hours the judge
said to the old surveyor. "Now. sir.
we shall lie glad to hearI what you
hav- to say on thie whole nise."
'The witness stood up iand replied:
"I only wishicld to remark awhile ago
that I a;m ,quite dealf in lily left ear and
rather hard of hearing In the right. I
w:a1s el-rely going to ask If I nmiight tbe
.allowed to sit irnimedilately in flroit of
tlac witnesses andthe prisoner. lp to
now I alive not heard n single word of
the proceedi:ings."-London Tel'egra: ph.


Foote Could Be Caustlc.
)ite of the best repartees on record
Is that of Foot,'. the actor. IPining
with some friends. a heated dispute
arose between himself and a young
nobleman. The latter sought to dis-
parage Foote by asking him what his
father was.
"A tradesman." said Foote.
S"Theu. sir, it is a pity he did not
i mtle you one."
" Anl pray, let 0 n ask. what was
Syour fatlicr. my l.)rd?"
My father, Mr. Foote, was a gentle-

I "Then, iny lord, It's a pity he did not
make you oue."-Collier's Weekly.


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STAGE GLINTS. -
Jerome K. Jerome is at work on a new
comedy for Annie Russell.
A paiy basIl on "Peg Woffington" is
being \ written for Ma.iale Adams.
James T. I'owers and his wife. Rachel D
Booth. will stan tio>.!* r uxt ,wason in a
in 1w uttI sicail jIda':.
Sol Smith I.ti:ell has been restored to
h"althl. it is ,aid. ian. I will resume his pro-
tessifiia l work next s..asoiin.
PThe is na rumor t.) th h ff- l"Fraui-- \'Vil<,,'n ; a l .essi i Ba.tlett Ia-
vis will 'tar tg(thelir next season i a
new opera. C<
A-n, 'i-t van Vine's- ,Iay. "-The Broken in C.al.
Mt'ldy ." whli sandth p-rfourmance in e ::lhunl.d. and We
Martin llarv-y. <,alle.. "thie Enclish
Boothi" niil si.l to I,. thbei tlio.t pronaising
actor in (iGr-;et llritain, will ,iake a star- Special
ring tour of Aiim'ri,-a ni xt season. Extra I
"IBot:les' Bb.ay." L. to tow revived at the Ti
(.Garri-k theater. I,onalon. 'with ('. W. cated tI
G originated the chuarn ter of CeAptain Lucy
in 1SKS. in the leading role.
I.ouis Mann atinl 'l;::ra Lipman have It
presented "The G;irl In the Bnrra-ks" at in the c
six different theaters in New York this dren's I
sea.-on. This has partly contributed to
the impression that it is played out.
Another Johann Strauss hait tultmile his Al
.,iapfrance. The it-w scioin (if this fa- Aside fi
nioali family is a son of lEduard Stratum Brands
and can isu iiently 1a i-plat.w of atobhaun reduce 1
Sttriis- thli st,,-.nli. !,a hu alretaly M iles',
c.,tilpoa,- l :Ii op4-iar' ttai. iia1l it is ;ii.nniounc- Belts of
'.lt tli:.t hei i- ;:,,inl t, start thia yvar-i on a
tir a nridi, the wrl, \iti ".-Jhaun -
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on'istinwg of Niightrobh-. Skirts, C( rset Cov r. and Drawers, made
brick. Long C'loth and Epglish Nainsook. Trimmed ii Point de
)richon. Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. TIe Underwear
nted are Full Well Made Garments of the Bez-t .taLdard Makef,
invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Sale of Silkalisle Vests. value 35c at............................25c
Bargain in V ests at.................................................10c
he above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
his sea-~n.
dies' Knit Lisle Drawers, knee length. for summerr wear.
Bosiery.
is to your intt re~t to know that we have the be-* wearing Hosiery
ity. W\V are otfering two exceptional values in Ladies' and Chil-
Hise at 25 and 35c pair. A trial will convince yu of this fact.
Small Wares.
attention is called to our increased assortment: of .nmallfWarea.
rum our reg-ular stock we have added numenrui other Newer
of Modern Ktyle- Make. uch as Hook-on Hose Supporters, which
the abdomen anid produce an ideal form. 'linton safety Pins.
safety Pir.c and St-wart'-* Duplex Safety Pins in all .:z.s. Pulley
all de-scriptian.. the New Butt Tie, Hat Pins. Firtger Purses. Etc.

Te Foll0wii[ Bara 0s for the ComiAi VWI
Oxford Clotlh' anti ,cotch Ginghams that were ::,,........now 2.5c
Frere Kvehilin French Figured Organdies t!.;at were -aId
a alid -.,ie ...................................................... now "M e
I- V-st-. low Latck. no srle-ve-, faoriintr price ;;:,:................ now 25c


One o.f their ,.'-.-,--t t!hinz. fr th!,' n-ek Extra Valutie V ---. low in i k. nio ,ieve..... ....................... .. l
i- the lll.-i Tr!iy I,:tNi iig tie ,idale of Extra Value.s iln Ladi- -' and Children's Hoz.-iery at................ ...27, & 335c
sil' ia plt,-l a' niI .-..W rt !i abv' a fair aisortment of !a-t sen-.u Stanley
Sui';.ip ..a Ia.dI;,a- l]..r t, ', ithi I.,; ,'' tf da B U Ll S .":I r: a t-. fwatir t -hr -.t ii fro .m C: ."- to '.- in brokerl
:l, I!' :a.i.l t:., hIr:. lkio l -tm ;intl a I aillnIt .'s sizes to i "lu> .r-. it )t a..lv a" t t -r point t' riv t t r tfr>- ae v.uiea I a .e a., .aa- oout.
p,.ia-,' *,f the, f:n. y :iv 'a t .ira uni iil. th' -
nlt .':a 'ii- ."a r" la t 'h .iui. i'"r '-a alII.
'i, at F. nIch- ln it t!:>t a rainal R H A LLIDA Y & C 1.,
t hi l **. k tw I l:u i. i r st ,l ,* ,l l l ,r, 'l i n gl
nic'-!.\ of trct. wthich ,on th- oiitt-idt is Telephonr;,e t 1 3:. and 5 Palatfox Street.
Ca etia 'tely:. aa'as -'wa ith ,, i 417'-ll a r- :a -.. .
eall>eo- It lau or a lhifioia aalgial with a tiny
frill df ahi.a illy.
lin.ly shirr., ski tataI w itth mati-hing
l,,dic' y ks alraL faitlilu s oaf s a1 o e 4,f the0
Fr-Inch g -oit of hati-t<. 1h-lfa-t linmity.
I ldia 1111111t i4atili.ii ana1 l (China silk. The
Iia,,g sl.-. s ior poartins to f Win- sleeve are Capital of the Four Gr.'at Banks of the World.
iThe lal -irl'.%Gainslrough and Main- Bank of England, $86,047,935
tenon bat,. i,,ppear ainoni exclusive titles f .
in high pri.,d Frencnh tnilltwry. l'hw Bank f France, 36500,000
shapes are unusually large andl show the -B n
< ,eccentricity .Crown ,an bri character- Imperial Bank of Germany, 28,660,000
istic of these hista'i iiel .Maniinth hydirangeas. poppies a nd Bankof ASsia, 25,714,920
chrysanthenmunis. hlugoe c-arnations. cab-
bage roses. and a.ileas mnade of gauze,. -otal, $176,822,855
chiffon or rumpled e(re'pe liase appear as
the most faslhicnable oaf trimmings on FUlDS ELD IT TUE MUTUAL LIFE IISUAllS E 6IPi.
French huts of zephyr straw made really
for Easter rwar. F more
Maple ivy anal bronze and yellow oak SFI TE PAMENT SF ITS ILICI, "IECEIEI, 31. 1 33,
leaves are used on leghiorn hats trimmed t comin
with erepe Hsse anal wide velvet ribbon. Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
Not only is the foliage artistically inter-
mingled with the deecwation on the hat, capital of these famous banks.
but separate leaves are laid flat itpon the 'fat. n,.w fdru Tf ipaliuv of lihe Mutiul Life Inusar.i (, ,niqlany of
outside of the brLu a round its entire cir-
cumference.-New York Post. New York. lichluril A. MC(iurly, Presidient. provi -de:


MOORE AND CIGARETTES.
After awiho~ing eigarette the weather
mniaihola ul~ji ata i%i k.*la i'. JiS IjjzfIdeling'aa11it
"h it ting t he p ipe",- I hi' agai lta'oril.
With the a igmuet te p;rahibittd0 in the
sigigal i iSi i'a'aalheaesthat e A ill be itt
danger -f ala aialy w4auther prettiet~imns.-
NN iWaI:1,a-a S.*,1tninca'i
I t~tihe W!iiaf at triin~to- lie wentieLr
jor-diiationii' #if the IList mnialthito c4ima-
rottis 1 1"1 p Ilie. ny it 1h4S lIPakaal nitira'
is if thavIn uight lii a v t--n ilreamiied atint
1,.vtrC~illllI tieia'.-Hi fxl pre,.s.

eirly line' that is milminti~ieslika. but in
atmolishing it. .,) far as het is able, Chief!
Moore has setat woart hy exampillpe to ot her
Fmawiy .iiterident, aif JI oSam's18 ill niense
army (if hirval menf. -C-o d~zg unner-
vial Gazattf..
Nom.-tli:it eiwa ratta'smolik~fl iinghs aii
pra hj laoil ill t ho Vweathr tli-r'rvice. may
we tiat l'kfar :lin impi-i-mra~lent in pare-
ai -tjaiti'm, '! WhD van isn v that the- aiga-
Iiiltp 11.1, nat b-aa th'* a-atl1ta $if tiha .n
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JA -KSONVILLE, FLA.

W. G. CIIIPLE!"Y.9AG'EN.T,

P CX SACOLA. FLA-


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts


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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDREHT. ,, ,' ,~::', :,r nov.


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*.SKI RTS. Motto: Aboute Puriy. LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
Duck Skirtsin White. Black and Colors from MISS R. NEWELL, AX-. oxWoI
65c to $100. DRESSMAKER,Old Qualer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

Linen and Crash k kirts from .... 75c to $2.00 c -Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(-
White Pique Skir.:s from .. $1.50 to $6.00 10. 10 Norti BaYlen Strait. Cesterfleld B r Whiske.--
be eter ne Trmmd wt at ~iidInerta: ndal _______________ wTv vv IM "a- vNo Y7TiY% 0-NA U


'; be BetterOneg Trimmed wit B:. i nd Insertian. rd all
made up iv the Newest Stylh . .

3000 yards Colored F.gured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This is a IRegular 7c Value.


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A" ENTIRELY FRF-SH AND) NEW vrocx 0-'. ANCY
GROCEPIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPIECIALTflS.
Tr-. 30xvGr ~ola~o~m Wlco4o 3PlWpxax-.
Salesrootfl, 132-134 E. ( 4,vprt'ilflPt Street.
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t wian Revenuse Colh'ctlOnvk.
'~ -f.Tl~e AplI#!-iThe diviio
11- Ttad in'.utr affairs of the
h-y'~y tha Opexceiu tbp sratf-.
*.tw iiitriual T*-vJ1u- C(eIh.
*-1.ec 14 fer" hiTwiihe

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N. ITArA,, in, In tfl''i


L c .I.aA that th.- reallinuv
'cu- 1III PlI.-viIN 't*.V. as. Ong-
i!i-t.-.dI .f crowetoling the

I hr.-'-Fatally ltearne.-4
ltI () U.Ajnil lo;- Bv an
ofAIII. lt, 'icnwet.Lila' the' furuiao
),I pllait Of thll- Nationail SI't4e'
Jamfic- Jebit.ee.allac.' Al-
aevfatally burned.Tht.expb-lC i.. tu
'atised by the- hit r-tallf'orIcg' .,It,


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tatey Appeal.nd y BallOU
COLUMIA, S. C., April 16.-Attorney
General Bellinger contemplates carrying
the question of the Neal indictment be-
fore the supreme c; Purt. He thinks it
necessary to have that tribunal decide .---AT---
whether oir itnt Ne-al was responsible for
the e(illecti',:i ,if (.Invi't hire- money, as
that qI*a-sti-' ii t.t largo-ly mint' the -A R M ORY H A LLt- ^ iHII;-


ALHANY. April id -Governor R ose. Chipley TLight Infantry.
velt toL.iy signed the bill providing for'
shorter hour.' for the drug clerk. in the
city f N'.w York and for the inspection The Chipley's Intend to Make thi. Bill the Biggest Sucpes. of any
of drug stores by tLe local Ixard of they have heretofore given and will spare no expense to that end.
health. Under its provisions drug clerks
are prohibited irom, leepinginzthestores Admission, Gentlemen 50c Ladies Free.
or in apartments cone, acted with the'
stores.


q Atlanta Journal iold. b"THE OLD RELIABLE."
ATLANTA, April 16.-Hon. oke Smith
ACTS NTLY ON THE today sold his interest in the Atlanta
KIDNEYS LIVER Journal to H M. Atkinson, Morris
S VBrandon and J. R. Gray of Atlanta.
AND BOWELS Complete control of The Journal hase amily Gr eres
A ND BO C ~ into the hands of Mr. Atkinson and bis jrAic.aiJly acHBnBes,3
ANDWhEu associates as the minority stockholders'
IES THE SYST also disposed of their holdings.
CPE ) 9V DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
DE DAILY MARKET EPOT. everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.
C zC ----S COTTON.
OVERCOMES 1 '. w YoRK April 16. oP.w CUOlm Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.
~<0y4 5jOmPTIAfJ 0N auary............... T.W .... 7.9 0
i ybruIry:......... ...... .... 0o Cow. Palafox and Zarragossa Streets,
4BITUA LI ro .................. K .... b 5
DVtaa tamenW. ApriL ............. ... .... 9o Phone 213. -:- PENSACOLA. -:- P. 0. Box 6.


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a ~ Li!.:.-.t en :l .iiit'ts eeictieet("eI
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ai 1 ci I, tl.Ile ~ in' 'i -%-r ity the jan-
-fl 4of '4'1lg iAgni. sea m
f. .r ie '~ 014' tee-. .f cenivultaxtry .cheuol'

i:e.o'ii xtnlw ef' Ser' hales canceled
hoi V. :il 1::IixIcI il 44 1,1her tm. i n.
A ie-- i ile r. I lreeii-ic eliust itt his arqui-
fpe Ic-.,. ov i~ in h. cirtii.] l 4e" elvai~orsii ii fe I lk e
l--,svizcu he-r e-s.tatu tee tie' Jpoe r (,f %4-rvin
I a xill twe'tht' tirt-tEucropeain v4.-te
tr~ % i.1i-tjt'l to hu'shah (:ih f erbia nex
f- i ilceer. IeI I. M il j '111 e~-404-4-d ." Wa V aOtt
[i'j cctlc. (aei. a-11-t" and' 'w eclSt.
I''er, I W A b i.. oitthe idtci, ole f 3J1111
ii' v. ill '.to IBerliin aicl ttlc e'i t,,* e 'riq
Fin-i EnzhI iie.I. Ill- returnwill I N' by way
,f I 'a t i,. Viennat. 4%-i s*t altoinc eple and


She Didn't Pay.
Not all car condluctors are merely
h:tir l'e-n'd ringe'rs ilt of fares. A poor
\o:;imln gt Ion a Tv<.i;ty-tthird street
cr<.'-tom n, c'r at l['<'nrthl enue. antd
a< It %:'i w,'ll v iRnt 'r w a:y n;ild slee vwaq
Ileolt te i:ii,'l hier t:-.r', tea tlotil .onductor
s!.'1 aisktd hi ie li ir' t ':mi sferre'd te
Sixth ai\ue 'nli'. 'nil I'ilng told no. shit
dlr-'w Iack .,.r c,'O'i- anid asked to be.
lh-t of".
"'*ve a long \ays to go on Sixthl
avenue." shle s-aid. ":and I'd better walk
to ltheret anil it'lle ride."
The carr thttu la reached 1Madison
at l lU '.
** \e:i;t till \\e' get :across the street."
I8l'-we e' thice c(ti(l ainIl i.st ail of stlping; thler lie let thit
ecilr iL i'i1. jp s ;t th- transfer stntio)O
nna 1 nolri's I'rc.:rl.:ey to Si';th avenue.
'Ther hic pulled lhic le.ll al.d looked at
Lr
"'T:ank yiu.." she sa ll gratefully.
II. lhadl earrie.l l'r witli;n a liloeck of
w lere -! ie \\anted It go and had taken
no far,,.-N-w Y,
TRIR: HE -T 144IAV; 1% THI-' WORIi.D
i- Fain-r SS:lve. It is madel from a
; .'* r,|,r ,,i'i'. y :. world( w id-, known
-kI.. -p,..ialI-t :,n i |po-'tiv. Iv t!he
-' e.* lni"t iN- teor pil. tiwtr-.
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C.. ;:rii ..! C f'"r C :riiv;l of 01:1
F,' tv :t.. r-lT i Io My Igt111nll1 I at I lepartln t-it
S.'i ':li hl v :i ti -'. tri'l' odC1 |'! ;c(
it ;.Or $L :!\.2'> *\ :, i e;Idl $1.7", i 1 L -g-
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C('ho,-ii- Crea:n Mint Waferts.
If y.vor dealer h:a- not .got them. tell
him to, get them.
(;Gn,lo Su|iper and .Fe\h ('howder
The Frauen-Verein of the (ei-man
I,uthierat church will irive a gumbo
.itpper attd fi.h chowde-r at the Mer-
ctlaIts hiot-el on Tuesday night,
April 17. at s o'clock. Tickets for
irumblo .r chowder are for sale by
ull i t ihb-rsof the Verein and at the
MerchAint-it hotel. price_5 eents.
farston A Finch are
hEadquarters for hamn-
n ocks. either line or cheap.
,.. 7iv77 n,..v7. t thir sta l'.


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K11CAGO. April 16 OPK'N CLOs'
1IAT-.MaY .. .... CA06:45 I
AEAT-JUlY ......... 6s",
Rk.Ar-Siptemuber.. ... b
ui-Aprcl.. ......... 3
IN-Jul; .... 4-
it.%-September ... ...- 41
rb-kIerif....24..p a
ias-July ''. ......2C1,tt
ui-Aprel .. ...... 12. 7;
Si-May........... it Go .... 12.77
UK~-July .........1.2 .9
AD.-May .............4'212 .... 7.32% g~Ptr
IwD-July ... 7.40 their Imnemse
imi-April .........7 .22/,
ms-MaT .......7.10 .. -2/
no-July 722
Bs.-September....... .7.t


Deafnesa Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach tile diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafnessis caused
by an inflamed condition of the mu-
,-us lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have 1
a rumnlingz sound or imperfect hear-
ing. and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnessis the result, and unless
the inflammation can be taken out,
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine ca-es (out of t'n are
caused by catarrh. which is notl.ing
hut an inflamed condition of the
Ill1coumis urfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for ahy case of Deafness (caused by,
eatarrl> that cannot be curea hby
Hall's (Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
cular-: free.
F. J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sol' by Druggists. 75c.
Hall'- Fdmily Pills are the be-t.


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Roasting a Specialty.


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SOMETHING NEW

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nmoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOr ST.,
Toelopb.xone 80.


Said about 500 pairs of
long legged, st ort legged',
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sort of legged gar-
ments, 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
pants. Somine are two.
three and four dollars a
pair, good worsted pants


S pants for ader-
buyf pants. for adver-


Hns, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect tising purposes-to sound


TIME TABLE.

VILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANUARY 27. 1900.


No. No. 2. N.o. i. No. 3.
12:45 noon 11:'2 p m Leave..... Pensacola .....Arrive 4:15 p m 5:i10a m
2:15p m 12:5tOnight Arrive .....Flomaton ..... Arrive 2:4.5 p i .6 a m
4:12 pn 3:06 a m Arrive ...... Mobile ...Arrive 12:5 noon 12:0 night
h:.3 pm 7:40 a in Arrive...New Orleans...Arrive 7:am 7:45p m
6.00 p m 6:10 a m Arrive.. Montgomery... Arrive 11:20 a m :IU pm
6:60a m 7:10p m Arrive .... Nahivill .... Arrive 2:21 a m 9:0 am
12:25 noon 2:30 a Arrive .... Louisville .....Arrive 9:12 pm 2:55 am
4:(6 pm 7:06am m Arrive .... Cincinnati ..... Leave 5:4 p m 11:(00p m
BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. 21. No. 8. No. 2. No. 22.
11:56night 7:00a m .. .......... Pensacola .. .... I1:(op m #:.* pm
12:54night 7:; am i .. Milton i.-:'- iin m 5:20 pm
4:0 an m 9:2n am .... DeFunitk springs ': 9 p ni .2:40 p m
i:(jua a t iE:.4sam ... ........ (bipley .. 5.3 p 11 .:57 pm
7:) a m I, 11: a in . Marianna .... .. :, 1p n '2:i noon
4:i5Ba I i 12:06onoon ... River Junction ::si pm li;:-2a in
.........1:4 p m .... ... Tal lahasuee .. ..... ;: p in .....
7:25 p m ...... . Jacksonville .A. :. m ... .....


TEa OIGINAL EDITUC 17iT nARRI OUiI,'


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF P'RITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
PACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

ZyThe Largest and Best Selected Stock ,of Bottle- Whi-ky amid
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
y 'Also Agent for the FIamotiu Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part (of the City.


P. O. Box 4 IS.


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 179.


Delmonic Hootel and Restaurant


cheap.


W e buy food pants,


pants that are made of

food goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch

pockets, (tq watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see
if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pockets


and refreshment pockets.


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WOOL1PANTS


Solid as a rock, plain or fancy pat-
terns for 52.50 that will keep an able
bodied man buzy nights and days to
wear them out in a -year. and for
$3.m), some new fancy cassimere
pants, lapped -eami and creased


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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

* Booms for Rent by the Day, Meek or Month.
311, 312 lorlh Tarragona Streit, Opposite Union Depot. I
O-Telephone 68.-- We -ell all p
--!--GEO. WILSON & CO.,-- panit feor $1i.. that are ,
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Patronize our Pantry,. it
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVE DAILT. WHOLESALE AID RETAIL.


Have you tried Swans at enon" Pensaco
Down four.' It is the whitest -
and sweetest on the Admeri- CURE YOURSELF"
can market, in barrels, hal,/f .dt*; 4-" 'i*lf r ... '
barrels, 2. pound and 12 r.rtr o r,,-,,rr ."rI
pound sacks, wholesale and *so TnEt sC*i;.e Co.,,- -r ,,, ,
retail o r -nt in plain irap-r
Try Delatour's Ginfer -r .3," ir.,l # I ,t
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la. Florida.


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he-re-aftl-r


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imply great.
pays.


TIhsmetinyCapaulessresperior
to Ral.m of .oCoplib%,
II'l91THE
0.-bebe ,awd. InjecUon|

mime diseel without anyo |
reuenceu soLOrByALLDRUQMISI|


JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AID BROKERAGE NTYR AL PILLS CO
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING a.n"'".
Sc HETR*EK'% NGLLSH
AND TIMBER LANDS IB Ua* I..4 swa .l-id, ,i, .
FOR BALE. D6u,- .6. .hetu d -. ?ad Iine Bpi i
ft.=r6.1s= The B!g DBo TomW Clotjier,
Ibans Plaed at reasonable Kates A .L"dat. a, by.eere.mmi.T- '
24 East Government Street." .511 Pafm b
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, TUESFLORIDA, DAY, APRIL 17, 1900.


w. one n......
Threatening rumors of a new can-


t t ost Omace SA rtansco-ia' didate for the governorship, to te
Ocu: Pitt Building.ll Sot Pas- sprung upon the convention at some
SA srem. ap-.tairb. critical moment, continue to appear
PUBI AH El BY from time to time in the state n.ws--
THE EWS PUBLISBHIG 00. papers. Nothing is more likely :han
that some such plan may be attempt-
Tsrang-Invariably In Advance. ed, but nothing Is more unlikely than
.___ ,'r~ by Mail_. -..- ...I$- i (
S a yUou, "- ,,,'that it should be successful. By a
TreeMonthb 1 judicious management of their re-
me week. by carri-r. payable Monday i spective forces. based upon a distinct
understanding among themselves.
TH W KICKKI N WS.: the principal candidates now in the
Pausbed every Friday at 1.1o0 per ywr field, who have borne the heat and


lbes e free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Aj*eisig Mste Fernished n Application.





.*NOW Wi"I Cost
--t build. n t. Paul, ui.. wheft
ew enda others may
.~ .ft s*a where estimated win be givew
ousBePll5 ber NUImAL AOVRTl i&B

fISBAOOLA. APRIL 17. 1900

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
ort Bepresentatives to begialature:
C. MORENoF .O NFS.
J. FMMKT WOLFE.
For Pheriff:
GEKGt. E.,BMITH.
For Circuit Clerk:
ANat '- M. Mf MILLAN.
For Tax Collecttor:
A H.IVALEM14EII l
l'or Tax Auenswor:
W. W. RICHARDS.
For Connty Treaourer:
JOHN W. IRATEK.
For County .Iodgre:
TtXMAB K. MCL'I LLA H
For School Superintendent:
N. B.C04-oK.
For Clerk Criminal Court:
N. P. ON1II"FAY.
For Jsticof the Peace d District:
JAMESR. LANDRUM
For Coomtable d DiMsirict:
CHARLES P BOBE
For County Surveyor:
* W.C. BECK.
For Xembere Sohool Board:
A v. CLrBB?.
A.C. BLoA'NT. JR.,
E WARD.


burden of the campaign, will have it
in their power easily to defeat any
such scheme, and they may be con-
fidently relied upon to do so.
Counting in Jennings and Milton.
there will be five aspirants to enter
the convention, each capable of dis-
playing more or less local strength.
A few ballots will easily determine
which of them shall be dropped out
of the course. The others can com-
mand tne situation, save so far as
their respective interests are con-
cerned. All are good men; the se-
lection of either would work no in-
jury to the body politic; the contest
will be an entirely friendly one. be-
tween friends, and its result will de-
pend upon the simple equation.
which has the most friends in the
convention.
Should a dead-lock threaten toob-
struct the business of the conven-
tion. either one ot the three who are
really in the race could easily -olve
the problem by throwing hi- strength
to one of the otner two. Each is be-
lieved to be patriotic enoul"ti to doi
so. if it should seem necessary. and
if he should happen to be the one
controlling the smallest number ,of
votes.
Fears of an ob-tin'tte dead-lck.
or of the nomination of a "dark
horse." do not appear to be well
founded.
The Appetite of a Goat.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptic-
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won-
deriul Stomach and Liver Remedy.
gives a splendid appetite. sound di-
gestion and a regular bodily habit
that insures perfect health and great
energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug
Store.


der to win the next presidential elec-
tion.
PIEtIENT McKi.LeY signed the
Porto Rico tariff bill at eight. with
no one present but Secretary Root
and a private secretary., uite ap-
propriate.
THE unprecedented in politics took
place at the Escambia county demo-
cratic convention last Saturday when
Hon. John B. Jones, the leader of
one faction. dominated Hon.Charles
B. Parkhill. the leader of the oppos-
ing faction, for re-election as chair-
man of the county executive com-
mittee-because of the absolute hon-
esty, fairne-s and impartiality with
which he managed the recent prima-
ries and had conducted the affairs of
the party during the last two years-
and the convention elected him by a
unanimous vote. No politician ever
received a higher compliment than
this.
PROMINENi:t colored citizen-t of
Pensacola have invited 'rof. Booker
T. Washington of Tuskegee. Ala.. to
make a public address in this city.
the invitation has been accept* d
and the date fixed for May 17th.
These enterprising and public-spir-
ited men are entitled to great credit
for their fort to afford to the peo-
ple of their race an opportunity to
iear ot,"* most excell.-nt advice
from one of tl'. tinost td'tintgi.iil
arid e-;in..hl i, Inr uih'r- ,l ti.,.ir
race. a.e w..a l a- f.r th..ir:tiioug't.tfull
courtes-y i iInivI:I'Z th'"-." 0f t .ieir
white fiicn.t- who rmay d :end. a:1l p vii iti a p1 .,c', for t!,I. i
.n the hall. It pronii.t-.s to ,." .a o.-*-
casion Ion. Lto he remnenmbere-d by All
who ha;i s the good fortune t )ehv
recentnt.


THE re'lutiont; ,r a constitUi-
tional atn-'ind nlt providing for tl',
electioti of lnit d States ,entators l'y
direct ste- ot tlhs people, a copy of
which follow-* appears to have been
adopted by the. republicans of the
hou- < t r-ie-re--t-itativst' ith thte
idea tiit t i:.y uer cuntningly *-t al-
llg demiociatic thutundr, for vote-
catching jburp-e':
Tbh tSnat 'ef the l'ntte- respomed et fo twon.attor fr mn each state'
who sbal tI Ne-le.tt.d by a direct vot of the
people thereof Itr a term ofr x year%., and
el senator sbllii bave one Vote. A plu-
rality of tib votes cast for candidates for
eaalor shall Ie wufficient to elect. The,
electors In each stata shall bave the qualiti-
RUS requt ite for -lertors of the most
asimere branch cf the state legislatures
Vespet ieely.
Whom a vacancy happens by death. resig-
aeoU or otherwle to the representation
elaoy sate in the semaLE, the same shall
be AtSlld thbe uasepired term thereof in
thiewme manner as t provided for the
eleeUou of -reoators in Paragraph 1; Pro-
vrs that sUbexec utve thereof may make
sevrprary appointment until the next
mwaeml.w secal electEionISfin maccorda


meeting of the parish of Christ
church was held yesterday evening
at 5 o'clock, the rector. Rev. Perci-
vil 1i. Whaley, presiding and the
clerk of the vestry. Mr. Wm E. An-
derson, acting as secretary. After
the reading of the several parish re-
ports, the election of a vestry being
in order, Mr. Jame- C. Watson
moved that the number of ve-try-
men be increased from seven
to eleven, which was carrftd
unanimously, and the election
was proceed, d with. resulting
in the election of the 'following: H
Baars. W. K. Hyer. W. K. BHyr. Jr.
John C. Avery. W. E. Anderson.
Walker Ingraham, F. 0. Howe. I.
H. Aiken, H. G. I) Silva. Walker
Anderson and Scarrett Mureno.
A resolution offered by Mr. WVal-
ker Ingraham, that it is the sense of
the parish, the members feeling tnP
need of a change in the location of
the parish church, that the vretry
elected at this meeting be requested
and authorized to ure their utmost
efforts to bring about that result, was
unanimously adopted.
"Persevere and prosper." If you
take Hood's Sarsaparilla faithfully
for scio'ula, salt rheum, boils. erup-
tions. dyspepsia. it will cure you.
I ,AC'K PATTI LAST NIG;IT.
A Kag-Tim- Frolic--One of the Beett
bhowK of' the Season.
The Black Patti Tribtad..r-.
which was i;ref-ented at t h ,- p r.a
hou-e l i-t night. drew IAit- :t lari.-
aud(lincce and ali w-re well ploa-.(d.
tliek Patti. with her w,,:(ltrfui
v, i,"" inld I,.r rt', ;'., iI1 -.- w il!
alw Av- le wele'tle to P,-i-i.t,',l!.i.
Al 1F. W att-. :; l'ritiro-.- P --in:.
-a purloinl r of feat!hei- I lii;,e .
br'oi, t!.t d,"own t!.e I. t-e- wit: .. -
"einic;:l -kf-t('! =-.
B:iuiih the bull terrier wa' train:,-i
well a'.d played his part t,, ;, feif -
tioli.
'T'.o train imitaitii~ by WV. H.
.St-w;r't .wa.- niarvelohu-. he k-s in-,
-liike andi I tark- coming fro1n :i-
ini'ith dirin4 t!he whoi-e datvee.
Jul-i--ni Hick.s ani. Id: F'aricefT'-
".BaDe from ,,,toti Town" w3- v ,-r%
creditable.


Glorious Newsm
Comes from DIr. I). B. (argil.. of
Wa-hita. T. ''. He writ,-': "'F r
hittlh-s of -lectric Bitters iaw c;c r. i
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had
cau-,d her zreat suffering: for y.ar-.
Terrilile sores would break out ,oi
her head and face. and the best ( doc-
tors could give no help: but her cure
is complete and her health is excel-
lent." This shows what thouQaads
have proved.-that Electric 1~itters
i- the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema.
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons.
helps digestion builds up the
strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by
W. A. D'Alemberte. Druggist. uar-
anteed.
Y. M. B L
Regular semi-monthly meeting
Tuesday evening. April 17th. at
o'clock.
Vlmaftinr lad in b-iv a uri t niair.


This


Month


Take


Sarsaparilla


And have new pure and bright blood. Then you will enjoy life.


HON. CLARENCE KNOWLES.
The Funeral Took Plaee at Atlanta
Saturday.
The Atlanta Journal of yesterday
says:
The remains of Hon. Clarence
Knowles were laid to rest yesterday
in Oakland cemetery.
The funeral services were conduct-
ed at 8 o'clock in the afternoon from
the residence, 68 Ponce de Leon av-
enue, and were very impressive.
Bishop C. K. Nelson, of the Episco-
pal church officiated.
Sorrowing friends gathered at the
home in large numbers, and there
was a profusion of floral offerings
which attested to the admiration in
wbhch the deceased was held.
The following were pallbearers: J.
S. B. Thompson, Thomas Ezleston,
Robert J. Lowry. Dr. William Per-
rin Nicolson, W. E. Chapin. S. Y.
Tupper, Milton Dargan. Edward C.
Peters and Charles C. Fleming.
The escort was composed of Judge
W. T. Newman, Clark Howell. Maj.
Livingston Mimns, Judge Henry B
rompkins, Alex. C. King, E Gav.
J. H. Peraue. Charles A. Collier. Al-
bert Howell, Jr.. John C. Ruse. John
S. Raine, H. M. Atkinson. F. S. El-
lis. J. W. English. Jr.. L. Gholstin.
C. E. Harmon, C. D. Hill. J. C. Hun-
ter and T. B. Neal.
The Capital City club, at a called
meeting yesterday adopted resolu-
tons on the death of Mr. Knowles.
The resolutions were as follows:
S-Being apprised of the death of
H,)u. Clarence Knowle;. who was
one of the charter members, and for
several years vice president of our
club, and who was always an active
and highly esteemed member, we.
the members of the Capital City
club. desire to express our personal
loss in bis deAth, and to assure his
stricken family of our heartfelt sor-
row and sympathy.
"Be it resolved, That the follow-
ing members be appointed to act
with the governing committee as an
honorary escort from the club:
.Judge W. T. Newman, Judge H
B. Tompkine, Colonel T. B. Neal,
Frank Ellis. W. E. Chapin. 8. F.
Parrott. B. H. Hill, Albert H )well,
Percy Stevens, Chas. E. Harmon,
ULlric Atkinson, George M. Dexter.
J. S. Raine, W. H. Venable. J. W.
Englisb. Jr.. Morris Brandon. J. M.
Slaton, R. A. Hancock and T. B.
Felder."


BROOM CORY.
"To the Farmers of West Florida.
I have finished planting twenty
acres of broom corn .and have the
most perfect stand of anything
planted this spring. It is not yet too
late to plant, for market or experi-
ment. I have two bushels of prime
seed of the best quality of brush.
which I will donate, in one pond
lots. to any one who will send s cts.
in stamps t, pay postage, and report
to me at the end of the season the
result of the experiment.
Plant in a perfect dripl en -.rh to
ex( eed a perfect stand; hen thin out
to twenty or thirty st Iks to each
yard-less than this n onimum will
grow ittoostr ngar.dt ocoarse. Use
out a small amount of t rtil ser; and
plant some without fertiizer.
I regard this as one of the promis-
ing crops for the Florida farmer, and
wish for the widest experiment.
Bend your order at once.
JOHN THOMAS PowrF it.
Pre-. West Fla. Agricultural society.
(trand Ridge. Florida.
'West Florida r.apers plea-e c, p.


SHARE IT INTO YOUR SHOES
AIll'n'- Foot-Eask a powder. It cur,
painful. smarting. swo lle feet and ingrow-
ing nails, and 1 i'tnrttily tak.- the sting out
of corns andtl union-. It's tlhe greate'-t
CO,)nfort discov,'ry of te1 aige. Allen's Fo.ot-
Ease uake- tight or n,-w tort- faeel ea'. .
It is a certain cur- for sweating. callous
and hot. tir-d. actiing feet. Try it t. ,Inu.
bold by all driggists and tioe store&. t *
nil fur 35c. in stamps. Trial packan.
FKEE. Address. Allen b. Olmsted, Le Ioy,
N.Y.__
NAVAL STORLBM MARKErT.
Reported Daily for The News by
Messrs. A. M. Moses Co.
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SPIRITS TUaTarrITIx -4 oents.
Bishop J. S. Key wrote: TEETH-
INA (Teething Powdess) was more
satisfactory than anything we ever
used.
A NOTED MACHINE.
Th,' S', 'in! M.thin soldd at 0. .M.
Pryr's BiI Furniturc Ifiou., i;
no;fd thro/lghopiit the oirld for it .r-


it wn T'ork anid light 'rinnifn w'hi. h
A BIRD S-EYE VIEW. i rr/ h ouo.ok rp<) r 'iran/i. You ( f
H,,w Pensacola Appears to a Western nt 'an(t I ,'whii, that it tak, "I
Stranger. "'t "? '" 'i"Nifi r run. Thi, n I on, to
Mr. J. M. Offield of Seddlia. Mo., a ,( ..'', .,/,,, ,,e o that 1you vi/
who visited this city about the last (hiat. ' d with, at a r hn*
of March, has written some interest- /"--/" $'Oo$.,. li' tL.<'(/rre.
ing letters to his family. which have '" ,,,, irx; Ii-tht .:4
appeared in his home paper, the Se- infl 'p-' f h l-s' i- r /,i
dalia Daily Capital, and in on~e of 'r(o ,'"-" "1,"seto e 1i xt.
which he says: ', yo "ra. i f/'p / it i '. (I,14
"I found so many things ,of inter- "' '""' *v'"" trad,
est here that I concluded to remain l ,,,I,' q,,,i ,, h ti b ,.tv'- d, ,,, / './.
over Sunday, go to church and st-e .V'i/ ,,*/' /- 1,r ],, prowmp' ,lon, ,
more of this ancient city. I went to .[. p,,. ;'.J iu \I ,' ,, '. (f,,d
Christ Episcopal church. a lrg- old , H
church on Seville quaree. The r-
vices were flne and the conzreoation -, to ; Soi th ',f",..f
large and elegant. The grt nnd o( n
which this church was buiit wa, BLISS IS THE MAN.
alloted to it when Florida wam Engr- Cha.. H. Bliss is the man who ad-
lish territory. verti-eo Pensacola. He doeQ it rigL.t
"St.Michael's Catholic church wa's
eatabli-hed here 3.50 years ago. It is amid dtservet- your support.
a very fine edifice now. The largest Ti
congregations in thi- country are ,r Fly Time.
Catholics and Episcopalian-. .M,-r-. J. E. R )- & iCo., No. 11 N.
"I was surprised to learn that ?,-n- Palaf.,x -'re,-t !have perfe-cted ar-1
secola is the olte-t city in th" ra i,.-'Be.t- for the manufacture of
UL'nied States. antedating that of t. the bhe-[ willnd(iw creeiln eve r placed
Augustine. was surpi i-ed too at itr upon t li- market. They claimn for
vast shipping intere-t. i he lthful it the followin ig d( -irable feature-z:
and delightful climate. and that i- it can be remove.( ard stored
has one of the largest. pretti,-t and away at the. end of the tly seIsor,
-afest harbors in the world. In face. witlhi t tlhe 1-e of tool; the- blind
i'- natural advantage-s exc'--,. thee-- and si a!h of th wirind w can tbe easily
of any %othr port. I w s~- r 'ri--d. handle-d from tlh in-ut'- without in-
with thlise great tiaturiIl adviv.nt.ge-, I terf'-rence-1 o trutol,- f,.in thti'- rt-n ;
ti -t it-; i:n;xirtance ,.*: a li.rbh.,r wa-', it -is il;le- i: on-tz 'i l. ; l
-o little k ,newti. * ipr:.' i- ,- l w ;i- to li*' within t.-
"Froini tho, li,-igitt <,f F.,rt ]' .irt.tl- r.a, h ef ,ti l. ( '.ill ., t .xt'niu :.- ?.
O'i- yVeo l.>k are"-- the lIey ai". : -5.' .taii l: '.. y",,vIr ,rd-il f, *"th i t111,i r
! ' 'i.a rr.,w i nlet fioiln \11 :f. ,I' t .,- t:.' 1 ,' ", to 1 d ..i l r ( d .
1-.ft e4f which is- loc-'ted Fe r: Pi'tl-kii-.
i't :tr,-- this inlet to the ri"It I- NO better Cigar for
I,) i*,d F, rt Mc.el-.wit :r ,.t
.- tandhn& t ard ov,.,r t, I,,., the ioney made-DUR-
. t!. o.A. Owing to tii *%!rr-,v HAM--at D' Alemberte's
Sl.t-s:ik te the ulf it i; Callld ,1
Kicked h:tarbor and i- said t, be- t, / ,
-trtneo-t ini the worldd, "-
"lI.-,kiin down the' hlv tw '. i-
the city you -e a multitud-.of ,,:, s'
v-p.- el.. which pre ent r.i. ; 'i a 'i a-a ( 1. ,\\ .
bfeantifui -i.ht. In tit s hi arbh r ih .. w y .i: d. -. : 1 :
low aiic-hoirei for a f(.w d;iy-. ti* .. .
two great battle ships New Yerk ti -
T',xa:-. al-o tlie gunboat M:ar'i .,-
T!he New York was Ad'niral S:\T:;- I I|\'NTA1N
t0sn.1 fli-g ship. Thpse v.al., ar- |1
r eutf to Haimpton load-." A L 11


NUTS !1. PER, POUND.


IIIWT T fiAVP


J.siehr h .a- .7,4k to t Ko i pm) v -u oi' iJlli 1 'J UJ lU
Itlia n ('h.f-trnit, ardi ('h ii,'-- ltiz-- ;
nut. which lie i off-rin, to c -,-. Eh-verylbody n eed-t a tonic ti,.~e
sout. at lI cents per pound. 7:atf lazy s;,rinr: day- to drive ;:way th tt
.. ..-.... tired feelin.. Mminitain Mint Ttounit
Fine furnitturein summnicr doe think It invigorates and puri-
styles. including Wicker fie" the blood. It cur,-s the worst
rockers, at very reasonable cases,,of indize-tion. It cures per-
ock e o n- manently all stomach troubles. It
prices. Their stock m- makes the -ick well; the weak
plete. Don't buy anything strong; and it tives one who is all
in furniture until you have run down a new lease on life and a
seein Ml arston 4 Finch's healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
stock. I Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
S people in Pensaeola. everyone of
The best 5 cent Cigar whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
on the market is the more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
1TM1r ?IA1W ,ff f-r T41>*Aln 0 1s.r.- Ti-i i Tt i,4 maen in Penaa-


25cents will pay f.r : -.
edition of the Jacksonv:.. ...
* Ii. a larze .s or 12 pa;.-
now until Nov. luoh. '.-
and $2.0o will pay
Jackzonville Metror-.:.-
until N rv. loth. for c:,-:
only. The obje-ct Ileltd offer is to giv,-
l lorida a chance t k-.
the news of the c,::. :
* campaign at rxtrcn:- y A
al-o to make them .*-
with the leading fri- -
Bryan newspaper in. :!.
Sc.artoons are aluioe w r
Sy,,ey.v.


Williamnt 3on0on & Son.


NEWEST


STYlES


JUlT


OPENED


SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND IOMDAY'

$3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks .. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00


- e FANCY PARASOLS ,

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


SBoys' Washable Suits.

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


i Boys' White and Colored Il' sts

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


Gents' Summer Clotbini.

Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7.50.
$10.00 and $12.50.
Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.60 to $7.50.


*1Special Prices on Patterns. *


WUihatti ~olln~on & Boti.


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons andl Irao.v

o--Repairing Attended to Promptly.--(-:
SEAST GARDI)EN ST. : : : : : PENSA( I 1


SOL


CAHN


sz CFFER*


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"BUY THE BEST."


IT'S ECONOMY!-`

Our REFRIGERATORS are (tuarantoe.t to K]-, I
and take a lower t,-!nperature than any other on the market.
They have an Abolute DRY AIR PROVISION CHAM;1:i<
Warranted Absolutely (dorles~.

,- .Our Ice Cream Freezers: !
WARRANTED) TO FREEZE IN :;.. MINUTE-

'ABPrices no Highe-r than fur Inff-rior makes. Come, an I
plain them to you.

N P1R. 0


THE DAILY NEWS:


CHRIST CHURCH.
THK democratic party will need Annual Parish Meeting Elects New
few such issues as that furnished by Vestrymen.
tbe Porto Rico tariff outrage in or- Acc.rding to custom, the annual
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is. A NEW SCIENTIFIC PARADOX.
r1oM of Extreme Cold May Be [ttlized For
Promotina Combustion.
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THE CENSOR.

r Man vill soon seek for a Sunday out-
Ing. babbling brooks and shady nooks and
find caterpillars and rheumnatism.-New
Orleans Picayune.
A C4a nnectieuit farrier proposes to re-
coa1-ti-uct th.o ja:-dh-zif Eden. but be
Ido.-s not v~j,!.-t to hars' it rk-a,!v before
th~s faiH.-LI, t-n T:'-;twri -t.
The Kai-rss .9 i.yLa~s dvc!a~ruI
a 'Il'i% Itn .ut t ht-re i-n .t czni-j,t-.bnbi:i-
ty t'.:i! the tiru- t,.i'i 1-..*vr tlie iaizitu-
ticon.---Pratt ia ban.t Iopl~hI,-an.
2' 4Irnalia r~iaia r~i o .h. q-p't 11.-Aday,;

tr iZT, r ?.1ri hi- n ffaiirs a Is .Wazh-

I u-k.-y i-iN a.. 1->.;hz Ia-lips of

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The ~ nLiit'-.,fu thie, in ftv 14the mo
bea t'1'diet f:r i:einj~ter .,v 1.s-mua'h


A LI'r rkTTLEar.) llwed to r.dt'
TI-art nthe spinal withoIut havi-ng a o.d
04#Z )' mr ina*#-ing ifialways others
of 1 ir' Wiflt'ril(. TIt is ZUOvtif rc"IucM-
not 'N-ntiiu._wt.. Wf.al9 A.sell'fcoI
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Sam '.] I Theei y -4r- 'ng u a.e] wat' it ra


IiS.-i ta k'-tu.rv Co111pam3' m

Mr.-. Doara Tally and? C. M. ('ole-
T It n.--t a nt C. NM o!.- n a n. 14 rI-I uIr-.

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WANTED.


Wasted to by all kids of :Scorc
land Fermitirs, MNrciagise, c.
AddrsL t BaI 4?.



DMNK LION BEER!


Endorsed by all Physician- as th'-
only Beer ab-olutely tree fr-,n adu;-
tt-rati:n.

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,


P1.'FNAAVOT rA


HE WAS PROBABLY LYNCHED
JIM WIlIIIAMS Arrested But Is Taken
From Sheriff.
XWATCPlOS'z, rG-.&. Apr;l 16.-The nsgro.
Jimn William'., who caea~taled him-st-If in
;m nitm.r r. iniI of Mr. J1. W. smith's
res',;Ino.e9 a Af,-w niizh t !--inII..'s- a, dt ~p.d
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of e'xc le uce.--Pi. 'y.

It Is s aid -. at t.; ct!l;.- z r!:.
sky have n in lnf1u'nc' uiprn Tr h ..:ar-
actor and temperament of the people
who live under them.

We will launder yo'ir pr.adis fnr
15 cents each and make tZe'n: lo)k
like new. Star Laundry.

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


for Infants and Children.
Castoria i'- qn1!armlpl%s substitute for U(a-'4r Oil. P;.r.
gore, IDropsi and $ootliiin'- Syrup-i. 1~i 'isleI%aiit. I-
contains iit.ither Opirum. 'lkorphi.we vor other NN~irci to.
p~ubstance. It: detroys Wormis 31141als'ays ceil s-.
it cures IDi-arrha-A aiandWind ('uli. It* relie1%4 r-4 'Itv.
in-, Tro~ubles aiul eire% Conti-pation. It ro--miaiteti,

The ChIihiren.s Ianaceai-The )Mothe~r*% FricIum.

The Kind You Have AlwaysBoo
Bears the Sit-nature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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I .ifi r lTS Allays Irritat.:9. : : .

T IN Pegui:a -
,aks Tat- -
(Teething Powders) TEETMIL ? ,
GCsts only 25 cents at Druggists. TAN A.
ar 1.- .:i -.ft. toC. J. MOFFETT, M. D. ST. LOUIS. rc,


A. n AVERY,


IMPORTN.R AND JOBBFR CF


Bmlar? cn ci a ? re,,
Lron. Nails, Axze. Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat n'pplles. Cc< k:.j
and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glaps.
Agate a id Tinware and Housefurnihing Goods.
Guns, Pistols and Fthbing Tackle.

AGENT lor Birmingham Rolling Mills Compaty. R,-vr#- .i,::.
Stitched Belt-ng, Northampton Bmery Wheel Company. Iaftin a Ra-.i1
Powder Company, Jobnson's Kals4mine. Iron iag srd Buck' ,-', ..r
and Range". Wm. 0oupe &Co.'s Raw Hide Lao* Leather, Kaury's Beady
[a4d- kat!ir->d Colors.

Masonic Temple, Penqacola, Fla.


F. C BR':NT.


WN.I H 4INVI'~4 .s.M


DURHAM Cigars are r,.,; -. v.Ae.r-t-.' ,.,.. .....-
the finest 5 cent smoke., t o a
Try them at D'Alem-FirstNational Bank


PRtOPOSALS FOR POL ICE UNI-
FORMSI.


-.,L.to r -.any or a,;
F.G 4K I IF .. ? ~ I
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and btui~diia tI.',f're in
tile :ror'.j: ;f iyo-u
commencef-wth Ic,#r at
once you in j% b.-. Hble to
overk urn fliiapr '-oEdi-C.
I reg~r,-* to Ioh-art.- that I
didn't c972.-'--ar i-
( n u!:!. -t Iwa -,a
rather ca]I-r.1.wh( 1n

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IPensacola Gal (Co,


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. XNOW!ES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER JR
D. G. BRENT,


U1:i. u4 ai c ea B DIght uil 2


jV'Wq rw ar wn BIllJQ of Exchange on Great Brit in. Ire'a: I
Jerman t-'ratc-3. Aa -ria, Italy. Holland. Mpaiu, Belgiuma, Ru-ua N, r
.Ty.y. swaden. Dona*rk and other Eurovpean oo0trieFw.

,,-+Va-ael Dl;bursed apon ne Most Favorabl Teirr.-. and :'- :
Obligation? Taken Payable at Port of Deetsan&son Ten or Fzftsoe. i..y
a'ger Veddel Arriv, i.ere
Wd'Safety Deposit Boxes for Reat in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Reuters.





McMillan Bros. Co.


"Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


SmT. itt ad i NuiitKS for tht


Celebrated McMiflan Seamless Torpentine Still,

I" W0 0h *pa h d a d, m 6hb ts hVA

MOBILE, ALA.


THE ORIGTWAL --


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BEER.


-~ ~ V. J. VIDIIzSilo Wholesaler.



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JG& ]FAMILY TRADr SOLICITED

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSB A FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AFRIL 17,1900.


Ubm ab e Pass Coves Nor kbe UpV
ft Is mot angr alone that makes cats'
arch their backs. Indeed. when two
cats as* preparing to fight they do not
assume thits attitude. but cro~uch low.
just att they do when aLmnut to spring
on their priy. the bo-y lIwinz extended
and the hair unot In the least erect.
But when, on meeting a doog swideniy,
fear 1-4 combined uith anzer then the
cat. standing at its full heig-ht. at once
arches its toack, with an instin't ave ef-
fort to apjscar as f.'rtuiduiale as plos-i-
ble.
loam-i wr;i *nr-s i-'t Tit, wsineitiiiIr
attitude 4-f ije 1I xvua "hqn :ta L-ed a-
to that (if itpd ;As :i.rutf fh ivir feath-
ers arn(I ts.r..:hi (Put their witn.zs :n.!
tail whe~n alaraiied. It is ni,: icenbite
that a cat will ako4 arvh iti. loch when
in an effs-ciiiiiatflitfra~ni -,f nt in i~1. rt;!n
icing Its*-lf aii ;nst T. zni.; ij:.I-j-;log. At
the Nn~inm T,mnw 1 ;it,:l~htlv ;i f, fr
and lJohl~.is its lai**.rqt. Its :,tiiii
titude is. j1 tI!.t ,fi r-i i t. w1w i'
It apstmities %%!).In I.:I %;' a
Darvvin a '.~f-r tifn-i~n t!!q f, I
lIowing wor.!-.*1'eta n ii *:!ot; 4f :

are oft wi N--*o* w". wrn a *i:r,. i-
13' 0I1bQ)16 0 i tS:1 4. II.-` 11;.:!Ai'.'
t here I.,a::n a:I''..zt '
tv 44'd .1, r '*:PI., in of.1i
sInefit I! r, I'r*.' 4-1-i. Tei Z.:1t ijrv.
though It '1- 1.% 1". in' -[.. S !"


A Rrlde's ( Ieter Idea.
Out in I ,;i;z ;I 10:11 -.,' :!..-. c,:n i'"
lutilloa 1.i ;.- .:'- tll.i tIm arrived \ t n41 .;inl '. :i :I I'. ;.. t;'
bride ill the i .:i. .!; -. i :; 'i-.-
keel<'( rs ilo 1i. in th. ,;:' n l.:%.
with h oft late I.y i;'., '. i', 1 ,.':'in \\-:!,:ina
nl4t ot i en f 1iiC.;. ill i', l.i ll ti day. and ic.,' i C invl-:iT: i n ,i ':rally
tumret ol oill le-Ir "The mii-, I.av 1.....l .. !,.itl l;t.ely."
said the older n': a.i:. "tlit I k<-lIo ov-
erythin;g t ri kLd ud p i, :li :iall ily :(t:l0!0les
In the Ioxcg."
The yo.iie. ;r a;;.:t.'s .ve'S s i!i:'led
with eligern-ss.
"My" lSt.' saki. "I ouleln't dlnre4 d1i
that. 1 ounildn't want to run i.:-hb :i
risk. I le.aivet rackers and cheese lying
about fcvery night when I go to lwed so
that wh.tn the mnke lIecome hungry
they'll flud something to eat andl not
gnai things. I'm always afraid they'll
bite boles In my Dew tatdle-lotlis na-I
my nice eveiterpie<-es if I don't klavei
the cheese rlght when they c'an litnil It
easily. I f,'1l -,trfe -tly safe when I
know thern'-s plenty for tl1m to elnt
right where they can get at it."
There's notl:itig after nil like having
a clever idena like ttl:;i niw and then.-
Washington I(<;st.

Nitcknames of *rltIhm Regimetms.
The greunadiar guards \ Teri nickin:in>-
ed "The Collhi.avera" Ica':niise tlh'y
were at oil' t!lie allowed plain clothe at ddil j ihs fi"r Iprlvitie
employer. "hbe Svelit onth o'.ut "wt'rea-' "TIKh
Elegant Ex.\irni-t-i,'" it-aN-.t :;t one time
all their oli *other ciri,; "" "hl' l .' 0:;-iy qixth <\vold
their naiti of Iht" l.ani-',!', i niua s" to
tikir colon-l's stirring sl,-tli ionuu the
ancient Sl.itt.:ins. like rntiiniy otliher
regiments. 'Thie ;allant i'iflieth" re-
elved sIvi-ral in1i<1i:ii in's- "'Th Illinil
HIalf llundrid." from their iopihithailiun
troubles in I'agyi>t. :ail "The Dilrty
Half Huinnlr*-l*" I -, mcular t flith ilhy v il- t! ihiniselve.s with
their black f:.-int.s. The t lin lilunn-
dretdth ragim) drld" anI "Tlii.' (I'o 'iis "" Thli,
Twenty--l,.-!.th w' .ir .' ,d "'The.' Fore
and Afts" l,*.*a.stiae. .taniing li n.k Ito
la ck, the ',p<'l'11,,i! a front n il re-ar
v'tac'k leforir', Al*xandlr-i in Isi-. 'The
I hi(shire rii' ;:; init !.:atL I ..,n '*- risti!'t )led
"The Lrli ;.ih.g ''oinlcl<:r." because
a "In the Irish!i :rn,''n*V.rs of o <'..i several
men we're, -ru t* ly v lnin ; during a
night manr -I .- L..no)n Nws.


lb. Riag-hnla.
The ring' 11 doi..ot disAlain an in-
sect diet. lheellln. grasshoppers, lo.
custs and tcernitesi are all readily de-
voured. as \\-In :rn ticks amn l ots pick-
ed from thi- hides of '.artfl. I have
loinetlliis nul.r sdl iy -v.flf liy watching
the iold yt i::;:i.'e:s allxI getile mUan-
ner In wlichi oine, of these' rnvens will
approach a iN :-limniu ox nuad. after a
preliminary .,u,'rse of soothing caress-
es. acettm|lnisJ Iy oa toft "cawing"
Dote, Insert l-i h,l'ad Into tihe ,ar and
dexterously extrai.-t the ticks. These
birds always semint o hRave a good nn-
derstanding a tth the older and more
experiencedl oxen. ulIo wIll. at a hint
fe one of them. lie down and place
themselves in the most favorable posl-
tiom for the extraction of thler para-
sitea.--lark's Birds of Sotith Africa.
'.-.
"Excuse i:e.," said the shabby look-
lag young man. "*But would you be
so kind as to cash this check for me?"
"Why don't yew git somebody thet
kaews yew to cash it?" asked the old
countryman. picking up his carpet sack
from the curb.
"The people that know nie won't do
It." bitterly exclainiwed the young man.
turning away to hide a tear.
"I'oor fellow:" synipatlhetically nu-
wered tlie farincer ins 1w(e took out his
wallet. "How nuctli is it f,,r'."
And still they say inoiney's hard to
get.-Kans..ns Ciity In. l,,li.Iullent.

The Teethbrubh Plant.
One of thie IIot cuiiomis plants in
tlihe world Is what is <.aih,,l the tooth-
lbrush Ipl.nt of .I;,iaitaa. It is p ai ~ cies
of cr pe'r aind hlis nothing particularly
striking about its appearance By cut-
ting pieces of it to a suitalile len'-th
and fraying the' ends the n:itives con-
vert It into a toothl'runshl. andl a tooth
powder to a brush is also pr.'apaid'.l !, pniultrizing
the dead sti't,.


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Pt-p-m-ixi Pa".t I, a''- ~ di~.-


FiD IUI T A LAUfb m Dein fight.
Mr. W. A. HIlose of Manbhester,
" *.. writing of his almost miraculous
--ecape from death, say: ** Exposure
AT eQARATIars. after measles induced serious Iong
Or gs Torino, lIm. Penwill. Havana to Gulf trouble, which ended in consump
Nor r thc Wesen Monarch. 115. Johnann. tion I had frequent hemorrhages
-t Paul de Loanda to Pensacola Lumber to and coughed night and day. All my
Nor bk P'rofe.ojr Jobuhnn,. 1 i, OIser. doctors said I must soon die. Then
rito, ton. Puro ordreo I began to use Dr. Iinig's New Dip-
to w L iat.tic a co cover for Consumption, which com-
Br -cli Cocgo. 1l.i. McKinnon. Havana to pletely cured me. I would not be
ord r marwithout it even if it cost $6 0 a bot-
n a h lr. Water t tie. Hundreds have ufd it on my
Nor hk Andrat.. ii,5w. ._ormehes'en. Aber recommendation and alL.ayv it never
Norih too rtan ijrombrg. Ureen- fai'j to cure Throat, Chest and Luna
o-k. to.rtider trouhle-. Regular size 5'c. and
t- hbt Aims Mfath da.::- I)cmbe, Ba- $1.(m. Trial bottles free at W. A.
badv. to Baara. LDunwody a a.o D'Alermberte's drug store.

THE NIAPPLiVi. Fon SAIE
VEZ8dEL IN POIT As a Rargain on Easy Terms.
sTtAKsiXia. Sweet Home Farm. situated in the
Nor Athii:t;. I-,. Wanbust. tjo Verrault manufacturing village of Allen.
L.m::niwr Candy Co., Brittle r4tate; T-rnis- of
N.,r A eis.-. :** H vorsn. toorder .sale: 10 cent- for each guess; the,
,I ar,iglenu, '7.and, to %, t Key-ys.rA p-r,-on gues-ing nearest tih) valua-
Kr Capeinorli"!. Wilbur, to W Keyser & tion of said property. Proceeds to
C0 he devoted to Catholic Bazaar fund.
ar 'arnmro.,. .ihink.i, kto KeyFr For particulars apply to agent.
.S..r le-ratirit,., !i_. Juihansen. to Pensa- W\VEST FLA. fTKEAM ]AKEP.Y.
k 'Ia Luiix -zer ci'>
si rt---x.a. ,.':.. BainbriJge. to W K e.K - -
u-pan Fran-ca. i 9.Arri.to(,ulf Tras- T ( Uats0 (.,
t r 1 1 .--li.-' .l. c'.Qi F ..* t, t S D ,
.') i. t.;i:an. *<. i.u to Ou.f I rankit I.AT. EST.A'E,
lir Ui-ul:a i ~. il, (O'uid-. to ,iulf
r,, Rental and Inur-rance


G<-: .A : I; Ii- Jali .;r to ,:4 J.r
I S&A lK "
I' Aint-'a- Ace'a'"'-. ;2.. HBar-tto. eld for
,,ir V-e.-an. <.*a;-. E-ve;i -.n, to H 11 Boyer
.Nor tuncord:.i. ,;i:, aiverson:. eld Ior
li>,nari)
fort Enioiia Elver'a, 777, Uonchi!es, to
lmars. luniw,,d v A t
NUr i,-r r'hasbarsko-lver, -'. Hilliesen,
t(, oru-r
Nor India. *i7-. J-ni"ea. to Gulf Naval
'Stures t i>
Norr l.uuise. l-,.. Loreatsn.u. cld !or klar-
wick
L.u, Lou:-. *"i. Jan.'.on. tow Kiyser a
Nor Mrrz{apox-r. I;7-. J'!inson. to Baars,.
liunwody A .'
.Nor Nora 10>4,, Mikke s-a. tio P-niacola
Lumlber tCo
Rui 0smo, T7.. Johanasen. to Peasacola
I.uimber o
it Proepero 4W. Megbori, to C Torre
Nor sig. id.is. Haunan. cla for Kotoi*rdam
Nor b larndt, 3I. Peterseu. eld f *r Dakar
Ain VwlanJi, 7,T. EJk.er, to LiC E tauu- '
ders A Co
SCH,)O.was. .
Am Elsa A Bayle-s. 2 5. Benson. to master
Am Hattie H Barbour, 'i, Erkine, toJno
A Merritt & ti .
tr Julia Elizateth. 4). Sweetli.. to amii-


AGENTS,
Corner Girden and Palafox Streets.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


WE TAKE ALL WORRY


ter off your shoulders, and
Am Rebecca I Mou'ton, ?2'. Cook to order' manage the renting of your houses, the col-
lectlng of rents, payment of taxes, iosur-
Uir. ULKAREID AiD SAILEhD FOe PEr anioeand repairs, and everything in con-
WAtULA.K nection with the proper careo your houses
A or property, as consclientiouely as you
ST8ANlKIPS would yourself. We keep down expenses
i-Faa of ITnver-naid. Br 7. Hull M.arch 1 and 4se that the houses are kept In good
condition for which our charges ar reaton-
FI r-.i Brook. r. :7!j. Mann. Cardiff. ab'e. %e mar HEKAID A&KTEIW FoR
lant.,mrrn'r. i,- at Re NTERM. and append a list of a few de-
Lam. .rmor, Br. ._, Lasceller. at Tyne. srable dwellings:
M b 2
Nordttl. I1r. l (ireonock March *-4 8. W. Cor. Reus and LaRua street, I1
Kotlierflsld. llr, I,14. C x. it'ardiff March 1- rooms .... #-.
Kuthn. ir. N,.te4. at New Cast I r March 1f SV .C. W. Cr. Rtu aid Belmont 'atri-ets, 7
i n,dcrot, br. h1i'i.Cas-ap. Antwerp %larch roomN ....r ...... ro ..
mta a.. No. -- Ven t loth vetrnlent r 15re .."
Angela nS.hiftlina. It. sid Marseill- .Jan *o No. v government street, 5
room s ................ ....12
Araths, Nor% I 7. ad .kntw-rp 10 "c No. --- East Chnreb street. I roms,. l:.l.)
Ail-&. wed, 'ai. at Tablle iay h F i '.1No. :1 North DIVllliers trver'.5 reoms lo 0.i
SIr edo. It.s7" ad .tieoa Feb 17 No. 7 Nonr h ~ornig street. 5 rooms, M.00
i rnionia. IL. I li7. idl Cadiz March .i No..il 31 West .L Rus street, roeius, go.
vintria. Nor. t2 4aid Moss March "i NearGoulding. l..6 room n........ ,).n
lrtrand. Nor. 4. sld Il -r M.arch *, W- west Innerarlty -treet. rooms ...... -.0
Hinanic*ti-tto. It. ,11i. tId C'arthagena.n -n % No. 4V2 North lavi st.e-t. 4 rooms. -7.1)
4it.'ftaii. Ru-. *7;i. at Ire-lollna. ) ei6. W. C'or. ( aden aud l)tei liars bt..
ritrtz tIustav. luni. ld Runcorn March T3 rooms ....... ...... ........
aiodueta. It. -7T., sid Valencia March i .4 ______ ..
F'abtio, It. : 5 i. sid Na ltes Sept 12. asbore
Nov iN near Port Royal i
t:uita I it, It 1171 aid Marseilles March 2-
(aitano a'a-at)onia. It. l ica I. sl Ln oJIio
Kent g".nm, Nor, 7:;4. ld 4.luckstadt March 7
Joban rgen,4. Nor. -id Chri-tiansamid Nov 10
Johanne. Nor. lid Ton lurg I [e s,- FOR---
I.ncearuna. It. 7'I sid Marieilles Feh ".'
Mi.arta Margar-t'ia. Swed. s9.d Capo own
Mlarcb :: !e
Michole b. It. Marcelia, It.l-d Hamburg.foeovr I
MIusiusn. KRu. 9tiii. sid Sharntnes Febh -
Monte A. It.7',*. sid Marseilles March :4 AT-
Piitne*r. O-r. 1191. at London MSarcih II
mn'i.ro. It. .**>. 4d t(otierdain M rcih :;
Virta. 1 .n. .ld Mar*silis. March I'
ace'tle"."t.ieaid Maraallas ?h2" Nick Apostle's Restaurant.
Ithe.. Dan. 4414 t tfahia Jatn:i-
8 natd, Nor.;15., aid London March .IA --
Valuta. Nor. ald l.ith Mch1 0e -hc.rt Orders Promptiv Perve d all Hours
Virginia. It. %ld Made'i a. leh of Day or Night.-
Willard Multget. --, .I2, sid btal'.irt. R U
t -M l Fish aDd Oysters in All S'yles.
A man named E Presson, of Pres-
-onvills. Kans., wrote a letter the Nick ApOStle.


other uay, saying the opinion of
everybody in his town who has used
Foley's Honey and Tar is, that it is
tie very best medicine for la grippe,
cold-, cough, etc. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.

The Pllte I'rofesoer.
The palm for absentmindedness
should be accorded to a learned Ger-
._^ -. __ ..... A-.. ^ .,. W l u j t l


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SEaster Bargains









* RACKET STORE. *


I":, We Pride Ourselves on Having the Grandest and Most
Exquisite Selection in


Spring and Summer Dress Farics,

9 Wash Silks and Organdies.

O Greate-t Choice or the Most Celebrated Manufacture f <


I ladiess' Shirt W(aists;,

Also a Great Variety of


S Ladies' Skirts and Tailor-Made Snits
JUST RECEIVED.


1Millinery Department.

* As Usual We Lead in Styles and Prices. Our Mrs-
Hughes, the Hiad Mil iner, well sustains her
Reputatiop s :in I'p-to-Date Arti.t. We are
Crowd', d. (ive N our Orders Early for
YO'R EASTERR HATS.


Our Shoe Department.

We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
and Children are More than Convinced that they _4
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Hhoes at *he
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & (O.':d
bS BTORE. ....

5 Men's Clothing, Men's Shirts,

Men's Underwear,

*=Boys' and Children's SuitsaJ*
At Rediculously Low Prices.


SMATTINCS, CARPETS,
b Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
l; WE ARE INVINCIBLE IN LOW PRICES.

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

'- Cohen, Friediman & Coa's

9 RACKET STORE. i
Mail Orders Attended to Promptiy.


. .


W. B. WRIGPr GOHTIPANY,


MA*I'FA('TIVRER.-; AN46i DEALER IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLE--K1li-Dricd Sap
PENSACOLA. FLA.


SPID14L NO TIC ES.


Oft 04A.T 4 W~lfD.



I-hav- by prcr~nc r..'



proop rty A pll vto .%.. x

I %&AT LO4WES~T x-.
TAJNEI BY PA~Im- i.%,.

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A't A !11011 t')c to iUi~t!a ',


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C. Writi1 nk a t to lF .'l


S 'eR A LI..- I :t*iis n.t 0, x
('1 y on .'a-y t'ru i. i
Ri-al KItatie.Agent*%I. 1,. ti ti...W;_,
gu-r. -1-2South Paiafoi t.*.


ANFE II -1'rir--o toirtril.
wit", and iuns 'ingiit. ;t-nxt,-..A
3I01 Weist thai- .tret.t.
~.TANTECD-Ail kinds of emnpty i 41
W Ywhiaky botltm. 8. A. ?AZISDUAN.

W ANTLD-0" bow bevUgesas ~niw

~I~MA I. VII I'W A %'
NN7A'4TE I-Wotnon to bindi dr.,._
athomes. Mead v work : 0n-1"
('11adVantago; aek your doaler cto-'
Kocrn Shloolda and Aiko .Zitloofepun n.
libirld". Kora ehaieds *nap on wnt,.:
out sewing. K.'iIdl e. for '4~i
work. Kora 8bield Co.. 2 r.*
.Netw York.


It.h4.ARAH FJRI.Nan,
31t and dosaor in Hair 000414. Hat,.r.,



I.fSS ELaISE CH iPLt;Y Pr:niar't*.r*
Vjand Khdadrigarten Ito now o .K.%
ttsdzftb term in the rsialdf-aineat t
no-r of Palafox and Jaek@m.n at rs.-z-
trance on Jackson. Terna $.00 n) pr rn.

JALE AND YFIIALEK ieuiii %.A
Alcrne-r Caar eand (evalin. at rts*,
pftres for col lego. or hU-41i'ae J. H.-
dill1. pri nelpal. Sight term bsgin%


(I IF lLeWERiS arn.I Floral I
8poelal d-ewigni orderedt for cnn-'
M4isis Vzioiett" Moreoi-c. :1";;Wear 4,.;.
ptione 32V.


P4'L' W?:RS FOR F1INEKALM f,
1) o mpi vi hou ue ne*o


as seal ( ccl l.'..~. -


Summer taw


(eetu res


$114t Sumnitir. July -2 to ?Cept 1.
glorlally helpful to mbeganfipr.. ti, intl
fupr admiagiuin 1to (hp bar. ,a t-,.~
practitionorm who have lacki-il a-, r.
For Calmingue aiddri-as
LU.C MINOR. eermitary. f-hsrlufettveiile. Vs.



.NEITHER teep~
evn nor. conaignp#-m4 -
as Tressilian will to@ rvotx"
sible Mr debt evin t rpb4,-wI
thbe crew of said vessel.


Gulf Transit Co.
C'onsignepe


wife placing a bunch of flowers on his
dek. "'What do they mean ": Easter Sale! ** Easter Sale!
asked.
"Why." she exclaimed. "don't you -- - ---------- ---
know that this is the anniversary of,
your marriage?" W e e Line
Sit?" said the professorWe have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date
politely. "Kindly let me know when? Goods L, Ma a
yours comes around, and I will return Dress Goods, Lafies', misses and Gents
your attention in kind."--Collier's


Weekly.
Iperttinl Arithmetical Traditlos.
Jack-How did you come out on that
bulldog pup you bought?
Dick-Lost over 100 per cent on the
transaction.
Jack-Oh, I guess not! A hundred
per cent is all you can possibly lose.
Pick-Think so. do yol? Well. I
paid $10 for the pup. and then I had
to give a boy $1 to take him out and
drown him. If that Isn't 110 per cent
loss. I'd like to know what you call It.
-New York Sun.
(.iANDI EXCIRsIo)V.


To Mobile and New Oile'ani-Satur
day lnig!.:. Apr il 2.-, I.-uving Union
depot at; l lo n regular pas.engc-
tr.aiin. l-" -.r f r r-lain. aiip: Peasa-
'"oi:i to M.hi!A-. $2 l': Pensacola to
New Otil-an-. $5 .1i; from (ltiiton-
'.I.-i ', -.;- t .Pensacola. P;irti-
:t-+-r::.g leep'r wall apply ti> ticket
.iaent in t:l-. Ptnircla-e ticket at
,ick,-t ii.. Tick-.t- g:od fr five
*;,.- t' C e-;Ii; <'' tln v i t-ulir PA-;-
-,.'-tr t ti: ;-co." fur:;.er informna-

R ,.T.K IN(0 or
P. Ti<.MAS.
W k -- .


25 Dozn Men's French Neck Bal- 24) Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vest-, :o)-inch Solid and White Duck,
briggan Undershirtsat25cents each; Li-le Thread, our price 25c each or, our price.....................
Drawers to match. $2.75 dozen. I Yard-Wide S-a Ia7and Cotton
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at............................
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bosom Shirts, our price 50c. each: I Yard-Wide Fite~viile Kleach-
each; Drawers to match. all sizes. ed., nade by L,,nsdale Co..
30 Dozen Men's French Neck Bal- 20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk while it lasts................
briggan or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated Bosom Shirt., our price$1 'm; : 'ivpce- .Late-t Catlico at......
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all sizes. l-Ca-- I'ihlbun'- Gingham,
match. We carry the larzeet li:ine if Menl's 'W. rrantb ...i.........
10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys' Colored Shirt- in the City i JVrrate d a.................
Balbriggan Undershirts at 50 cent.-,; at the Ilowest Pric. J )-t rsic, vod a full lire of S
Drawers to match. :i6-inch Sprinhi I'ercalpe, our and Shirt Waiat ,:.r richess are
IlO Dozen L'Idies' Sleeveless 'Vets price ..........-............. .. : lowest.
at old price, 6 for 25 cents,or 47,> :33-inch Very Shefr White LwnL, Par-.i- r aid I .'-'. -"- A. 4a.
dozen: embroidered neck. our pric- ......... -............... 8. '. 1 i and ..i 2-"..
175 Doz'-n Ladies' Mi-pses' and 27-inch Check Nainsook. our Ladi-- I r!lt--,-' t Pirrai-.l-
Children,' Sleev,-less Vests, with price ............................ late-t -liad,- at Sl." .:id ..'.,.i .
Tare Neck. 3 for 25e or 15c doz-n. ;io-inch W hit-e .iina a t ni r-il All tL.e- lte--t -". :,- Iln I. 1, li--'
25Doz-n L adies' Sl#ev-less Vest-, Pinuo. ,ur ,p; ic .............. 10c ('hildr -n'.- Strw H it- landl Sail
with silk 'lape Neck, 2 for 25c o)i ;:, iic.1 WhitCf-Crd(d Pi 11.35 dozon. pli l.C ... ....................... 15e at 12' 1.. ai -l p- r yar

Remember the Place,


^^f. NEITHER thecapair, .,w--'
-ui nor consigne's f tof !-. .%
Atballe wilD hb r"eprii' -
of ^ debts contracted t itr. EL
of laid vesla.
T Wr' -
Verrault lumber o.. 4 a; ".
Coniigni-'. ''
^^^^ NEITHER the captain r,w ,"
nor conlignaes of th K .'"* -
bktn Otta will be r-tlp"
Itloe for debgt contract d
tIe erw of-id vtesl.
W. L. Wtiaeh a Co.. ar :
Consign@,. ''"


S-NEITIHER th captain.,,'.
Enor conqlgnte' of thpe N **
Deramore will hb -"'
alble for debts contr'-' -/
1,,. the erew of said vessel.


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A11g..


i '! .. JOiA '-' -
Pensacola Lumber i ., I a'


nor cofn-ecn.'- i.r
Fir,.r T'us'ua'-a ". .
ed by the cr.w of laid v-'.,-l
AA-T. .IItr
To) o rdt-r. 0


J. I. Stephen'sl has-n;t a '
flent of 0"iolid 8tetrlar.m4 n
Po~jwor,-'a Knives. Flork-A t


-(4 105 S. Palafox Street,


GEO. A. PE TERSON.-


Bicyales wid BI;,.yc:e 5f~'~
A,,-~ it f~r Iauihlr Cv-l'aout
kiiC)i4. -6. ?-*1 i'r, -xp-'r-:
;nanjr nw tf 4f jtea c.. u:n
'I YjCW'Iters,, fiu ii.. Etc~. 1-'
rt any luck. Etc.


EASTERR


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

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