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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 13. 19C0.


NO. 64.


?p:NSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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FiT::l, i rhcirA Demiands.


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HfpS PrASED


THE S!?..ATE.


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ii-"if' I,,i' r h iIiangIla itat alI
'er ne .-' Iil th''ir los'Ltasjt
7 e 'at T- i .. -''I rbi'nii,'l--.ltIs whoe

.nnng Lii ''pla' wtar. uesilthre'&,It

it. raalxk. lI' I.- 'ill r0m alii V r''-''
elI-me teras 11ke--lhe tt'-t r%--'-.utt
liv t,, alp.4id*- I-'.v tht- re-suit-if t a.-.

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\N. 1'.. April l'-.-T!e -

ad h-#cil sho~t i-.untru*

':I work ni-i.- with @twelity
4-f15le co-enft'lit W-t gilan'di-a by'.
A .va Irv throeugha tme Uiws-rvI.


A 'T. x.. April !-.--Willian:
4\iT arrived 1tvre" fre'nnhi-, west-
i1 Tnorterli. He will rr-
%%re ith IaI't fsniily until afte'z
** I' i''ci'atitnational conlventiinlt.
_. m\"ption of a fow e;hort
*s.e.North. Mfrs. Bryan and
.ldo aro ple-asantly settled
ar I it I- -zaid that Mr. Bryan
a.:::'.Il~:in a huindainemne residence
eeu-ed by tinimielf and fain-
mtsl.r home.

>''."! that keeps4 or. hxand and
'e 'Ts~el:IlV the celebrated
A-it BrrrERS is always a
_,*, A~t. f.Amxily. For 5sale b.;

!Fir Thomas ULputon
d t'uieSaIIri.i'i~r' snd
,er-:zin. but Io- i' al-o
.1 -I rl~iluf.a(turer oef ceio'in"
I datatit". 111A1aa neeted
.,,Id i mporte-r of fitieteas.

..--d wo 'mrld. Jacoby'. tti-
r.icvr'in'F ha- ju~at r#-ceiv#ed
TZ~le" of itir lhq'iia is
I a- ard co)rdiztlly ali-
ef go id t .-a 1em 1

.-t rein'eiv- d furll Iml.'-
1--"Ibrat.'d ('aktn-. 4 :a
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Tni si t ;,4,1'd.'n Seal i I'-k
A d 1:i P~tlacking C-,''

h ,wtinTtlc'.e-i u-tilj l in mi'l

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-51Ia ii'l~jrac'ibv'rmecis

.td11c1ii-Pe-('t "-;4-14 la'r

alll- adxl eed pro luct!-
-A !I. profusion Inievery don-


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Wt ial Caco O7'" 2 'l 'dbb' th- "grand jur;y
N~-t e~vfclzwill W Uh f.follmowpd by
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Comm i Qu tatilon .
N Yk. AprI'tl 1 -C('ottonn i-
*ii,','*, tm-.i ',v as follow-: April
.t1d M:1y. 9.4#;: June "and July, i 41;
Aiau-t. St: September. 4 .
Iidii-estion is tie direct cani e of
di-,eta-te that kill thousands of per-
sonw annually. Stop the trouble at
the outset with a little PRICKLY Asii
Hir'i-is: it strengthens the stomach
Ind aid3 digestion. Sold by Haunali
ilros.
('re tilt Circuit.
The case of Myrover vs. Pensacola
E. T Ry. Co. ended yesterday in a
verdict for the defendant. Counsel
for tne defense desire THE NEWS toe
saw that a statement in a morning
paper to the effect that the defense
introduced evidence that the plain-
tift was intoxicated at the time of
the accident i-s erroneous.
The cases of Maude Robinson and
Mary Louise Robinson vs. Pensa-
cola E. T. Ry. Co.. set for trial to-
day, were settled out of court
The ea-e of Carney Lumber Co.
v; Rix M. Robinson. also set for
trial thi- niornii.:, wua di-posed of
by a un-suit.
Nearing n o'uip'etlon.
CO.NWAY. 8. C.. April 17.-The (oin-
way anti Sea.-hi roe railroad. a sort lint
connecting Ounway and the beach, ,
now within one mil ,,of being completed.
(ireat diffimulty is expe:ieni-d in getting
a .. ffiieant ruxnibi-r of hiinmh to deo the
work ir4ee.'rlv'. lbut thei rind will be tin-
ithPI ain timn- for uninmer travel
(Georgla'ts Fruit Crop.
F.' 1T Xa L, (;:i Apnl 17 -J. H.
Hai. pr. -Ii-iut of the Hule Or rhar i
".,,*.;!m 'y. who is l k.,injg afti r hi'-
,. :, barrl of oo .,. h, tr,'.-., says the 'rp 1-
Ma '.Ir''.e ii'Iw antl that (I;. rcia wil
t.:; t lm'st 2;.t', ar- of !p- 't's an'lf
2*'o .rq l an ar-..' e. p!::nti dun glg.Tuinearna
Ju:v
I'lagut In i uirkle'y.
TlI :.. A '::: 7; 7 -.\'a i urir ak of
li,:!. in, pL ar'. 1- :'* r'--.i rin h.e .T.t' tr i-
r- i '!:-'*n t it t ir !i'- Turki-h frt nti0 r.
ie e,' t'., '11- ..-, .aip'" ar 1 'thr.-v we"k,,


Sfer i1i'eli ,- ili s-,m- !t it-sI lead
f:. ftath r teul'eI .f:-r the pati -nt i-
- ,po..-id to tL ve ;p,-t-d the l:incter
;',..l:t. Fee f)" '.- HoIN[EYV ANI TAR
tfford- po-itivt- protection and se-
c'iritv from t' ;,e Col 'H.s. WV. A.
D' A 1 !l.it 1'rr:e.


EXPERIMENT WAS A SUCCESS


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F. 'ee '-!i!1' %.IIlI luflltiaite''.V .eti
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flI tI' I.-Tt I r I Wt teb' P. A .

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i T'1he .jl' the' r' thati
I i..er (4. Lignitt' ''1.es u it a ,)it ki's '1ei
lilt 0i 11j. e tl'aeir li:-I 'll ilv h j
zohP b. ..a~l e yll-'n W~ilhms'lnim 1.I't
Iil 1i? lrizI ll IItbils 'irio li't' t 1 4Vtim tka.' 'iI tee'u

Tlie h.mr. frtw id~Avs pa~t. hv
xeit Ia lii'ilay'iug giVe'att activity talfcaig the
l?'ei!*ershtui'jWand ii Vilu,. t~'road. Thvir
.niciotuLs report them advauwiug uu those
pe~i'ict- ti the reli 4 rof Wepener, aiml the
lmr zhers,. oa,%P(uentlyd. are divided
\vhltth.'r to reiziatu for retire. A majority
,if th#eni desireto sealmandon We'ieee,ncr
fearing tto I*- rut tmoff. w bile the minterity.
!(,d by Gl~xnmandant Oibvir, are reluct-
atnt t4) move as lolng as there is a oliauvee
to eapture Ce citm-1 Dalgetry 's garrison.
Scouts hav.3e ju 1rppi rtett reeut tiruig
in. thie dinliIet'mitJinAfThabanchnIIII.


TELEPHONE GIRL IS DYING.
Wits Victim of Peculiar Accident In
Chicago Exchange.
Cii, AT),. April I7.- Prostrated by an
electric shock. rteeiv-d while at her
dezsk iin the offices of the Chicag: Tle--
p,,ne company. two wev-ks ag .. Maud
Turnbiull now lies at the po int of death.
Physicians have be"'i unaable toe relieve
the alntinnnus twit'hirg of th.. girl',
nu.se'les, while the l.--:-anlp'lI.'i't of the
ncrvolus sym.temn has l% u.msd vil,]-nt heart
convulsionss. These r-sult in sinking
spells, when the pu-ls' c,.a.e.-i toi ..-at un-
til iuJme'-ti(s oif try:-'lnine are admlnn-
i?.rer.d.
Mi.s. Turnbiixll wa.. in 'harge of the
lhard whi-r, t ,nne',tionls are made lee-
tw'-el the v lri'n oiit''<-s oef the cotli-
anvy. Sie, h!il ju-tmt made a connection,
hl.ieing the plsig in h'r left hand aud
trh- ree.-iv.er in h'tr right, he- ftinger..
, hayna'., tAo Iob .' ,v'1r the metal atta ,.
il Ir. t vhiehi .ent thte -nurrenit thruuib

Anatrc'iit I'lot l-rast rated.
lK Ap'r; 7 I..-- \n :iuarlhist plot
h..- ie-ln ,in .''ov rii .t An' ,nif a a city
. 1:'1 fr-' T- rt ,.f ,e', rail Italy. iUn the
.\ i:'r a.''. "- N 1ul,- 1, milrn wl n.irthe-ast
lt it, Thl" ''' l .seAized a number
.1 1,tt-rs frtun Paris and America and
a:rre-t-ld tIlth r'etip<:ut.ms of thles misives.
To CUl-t. A t0 .LI IN0. ON'E DAY
l'akt- i..xat.ve Bromo Emunin- Tsbl-ts. .All
Iru iggisr: e r-fuind thea tviy i fy it fal.ia t
;nire. }-.. \V. urove's s inatur, 1"i eon achb
botx. .Ce.

Remember the date. Wednesday
ev-ning. April lIth. at S* o'clock.
The Little Folk's nTinstrel play at
Clutter'smusic hall. Admission 25
cents; ticxetson sale at Coe's and
Clutter's.


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lujr *i T' .' :.Am t* ;r, i' ;i. an; elll *r: riI,'',it.
rlir ii., !-'. l;;~ot-. t i hb ti)\vn er1,cti, ;I
lar v. \v:'-, house whw 'h .wa pil.v', 'l at
thl ir 'di'l. ,.;.l. a ni urdier the, manage-
iumint of ::n .xilerinc'dl man. The tratn .
a'?nwsii thlIrouh thlis hont*- last season
amount'd to nearly 100,000 plum is,
the priiv averaging about .'2 .':) per 100
pouInd1S.
The product was of a high igradI and
the re-ult ,n sNi-fa,.try thar this year
tibaoi) will bIx th.* le'ladincg crip amii-'
the far'-wrs Tih' -,,il i- ixcellii tlv
a iatti t to th nlturte of high gradel to
h;vi'i,. ;a.l :the farmi er. are pl.' se with
it, li, a *: -' t i i the l1..-t r(ea d. motl 'v
' -, ih ill v h.av ''y t f'.iif l.
"'.i .iajeIle' thli;a : .ir'- ,ire in fl- t T e i' i
\V.ar-il i-vi' will le' l run undl r t}he t! all
n.;ili;', ;:ii lit. w lit, il a ii\o w alNv ti ,' f tqual
,.;1 a.1y l' ll' ,.i ng built.

TRUST MAY BE DISSOLVED.
National \.ill 'aper Conipany cannott
'Control Prices.
Ni:w YORIK, April 17.-At the annual
ni-Aing i of the Nati, nal Wall Paper
comilpuy it is said a strong effort will be
made to dissolve the company. better
known as the wall paper trust. A party
,of directors working to this end is
handed byv Jacob F. Janeway of New
Brium. wiio, former senior partner of the
tirn of Jaueway & Carpenter, whvosU
facto.ry is now owned by the trust.
The direertors say that the organization
is not a trust because it has not uni-
foru*ly raised the price of wall paper
and lbteau.e it ha e competition. They
.my it has been able to control only a
mall percentage of the output as it em-
'bri'4Ad 17 per cent of the factories, while
there are more than 80 anti-trust facto-
ries in the United State.
'tle of DAvis STATION, S. C., April 17.-C. M
Davis., president of the C. M Davis
Lumber South (44,rgria. where he i.s arranging to
d( velop a 10.(W;)-A.re tract 'of long hlaf
yellow pine stunipalg' which lie bought
)olnme tia' agno.
Cowie Goes t SA l FKA dir, t- wie, U. S. N has -ilel for th,.
Philippin-.. to tu il;,- chanre f tht.
tuuchiint shops at tlae Cavante iavy yard

An Honest Medicine for La (Grippo.
(Gen. W. WValtt. of South (Garditier,
Me...says: "I have had the wor-t
coui.h, cold chil s and ,rip and liaiv.
taken lots of trash otf nlo account but
profit to) the vendor. C(haiiherl ini'-
t'ough R-tirdy i- the-only tlhini that
h,.e dotii" anry good wha'-ver. I have
ti-mod ot.e ->5t cent bottle and the chillls,
cold and L,'ip hive all left me. I
coier atuilate the iiitnufact nrer- of an
honest medicine." Foir -.le by Han-
nah Bro,). and a l medicine deale-r-.

sEE ROS & CO.
AHO'T *( 'REENS.

We will soon receive a
tine lot of patent window
awnings, wait tfor them.
Jfarston Finch.

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


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'i : .'i .Idg andi a; t : i id Furt.
"i ..r, aI .ce .-n ', *;-i l. r.ilt w ir' 'cut-
ti,- i''.tw r Ma r ,ll in Malilisn icmoui ty.
but ail wv:.- 1:1 that iI,'t'oIln are now
W ,i:_
)ut of 9 op'-rator,. tni the' A-lh'evill(
di'i'-ou 2-. hav'.' itv o n oi, it. It i.s ruin ored
that a mint',tin) -.vrill Ie (.'lil tonight by
Aon i'urt rs, br:akenmni, firinmnn and engi-
ner-, wh-, -vymipa;thiz: with the trlmhgra-
pli.'r' f,,l thi purj,.oe of dis<-us .sitltiieiii, hut thl' nilnroa authorities
kn >A\ I'l4.'i; *>f ,t -'i<'h a IniUt't-i and
11-il' -'!it .1 ailr inad auiil W,'-ter
o'ni',i ; !h,)r iti-r dl ar<,, that ;arrf.-ts
w lh I,- in i *d,.-n Hit. A.,hli vill,, divi ,-in
,:i ilh ,'ch:r;,t, )f w irn ,ttallti tlh',u hi
4n4 r\;Irn I t'i i1-' v't i\.' i '.isuldi

PUBLISHING A DAILY PAPER.
%triklint I mrl'egr;plnr. Isanc Il' .lo.h n-
imI I l" .;l|o( r.
A r\ \T, Aiiril I A.rrtan2, 1ients
ha.ve i- -'i l im.ide whi.r'-v the' t.-le.'ega-
p,h(r, will i-.-iu a dally e'lil i',.l of The
Journal of Latior, ton l. known as the
* Soiiuthlrn Railroad Teletgrphe-r.' oaily
Strike Edition." The iiaper will Mb un-
der the mupervision of Prev.ident Powell,
and will le issued daily for an indefinite
peril. Its columns will be devoted to
a fuller ,exp.-ition of the trlegranhers'
aide of the existing trouble with the
railroad than afforded by the daily press
in Atlanta and elsewhere.
The first 'ulition uundr the telegra-
phers' Inagagement was i.-sued this
morning.
THE CIGAR MAKERS' STRIKE.
Five Thousand Men Are Out-All the
Large IFarorlm ('losed.


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It''t4ind))!t~ia'-'':.trat If -I-tleat w ork io
I0.1 1, [[pill'*Iv V r'aa-- al. it having
.alIreat I v lee 'ii 6, -u(11-41 thbait Q' I t hlx
ritat i~n -t!'V I Hum irnil w '41I:Itii i'. m 1 i it- eou
tract t,., G;ritlith & Wl k
F1' lI' wiag the' awaril mf tit#* 'ontra&'C
thi'ro' %%illIn- th b j~e z i u; ~int iiw t tf the Ie.)-

Tlvr-a'r" t-,wv-.ral camoifilate, f t mr thiri ap.
jmeeiititietiat. baut the' race' s&es'za,.tot be be-.
Iwe'#-ti Wiler x I1krrisoweliande J. H Din-

THEY DIED AT THEIR POSTS.
EtIigtiacer taiual Fimre-iviansK111t4 fIn
Wer'e'k on %-menotiei'ui.
I NTiiI .m !a., Apiril 1 7,-Farij'r
tri N~t 'em .'.2 taith6-' Metezaa lii.. diveisiojtt
.,f tl, Stitherjniral v~av jkimloAje'iIh,.
track it- ar I i' er t % iI pr,, tt-tk itsl e-s v"~
4f llunti'm.i Il-, udt1i(9v afte'nxueme muau4
pilt-4 up at tHe fout of a high r-mbank-
Iiaeiit.
Exazinevr Porry Arnitrmig 'of Steven-
sou and Fir'rmnau Satatly (j-temmrne, Derl',
were istn'tlyti killed1. Serpral mew berm
Ofth V ifre-ight crew were seriin)u.Av in-
jurt-d. Thie train wax coprnpoid of XIG
nanxs and was going to) 8taven*rin. Eiah&
I. atiM cars piledi up on the tAop of the
e'flnfeP tit t'aucipd mmenwe damage.
Met between Chtane n
flntsitv111e Was dt-laved all night.

REJOICING AT LOUISVII LE.
Iio0"e Menm Pleased With Flovtza'es
Win at Mempbis.
Iourm% mix~, April 1 7.-In local turf
('2rclm-s there jot crpnsifh-rable Imj4Acdu#
over thp vi4'tmry of Hiram Iicoggans' viM


NEW YORK, April 17.-By the closing 'Florizar in the Tennes.cee derby. Mr.
of nine additional ig:ar factries the Sc.-gnqNs a Tnooleille man, who hm
number of striking aud locked out cigar always l w'n noted for the honesty witf
makers in this city has inrea towhich his turf career is marked. Isi.
tht a well worn saying hre that when aoe
10100 ,,oA Hiram Scoggans' horses starts bell
From the strike of employes of Korh-., will if he can.
Wortheim & Schiffer a month ago) the. Florilzar'n victory makes it practically
trouble amrnng the- ,igar maLkers has certain that he will start in the KeO.
g own until iw'arlv all the!anrtrefat.turine t*irky derby and that he will be a ral
in the' city are invollved, andl -** vral moD. contender in that clahsic event.
cr-rnu have a1tlinai noving from this ,.-ty It it rthl dull If troubled with rheournati.m,. give
ea. sn and ethbers of th- imuanufa.turers Cliamberlain's Pain Balm ;a trial. It
have d0.i.!.tl t-i take -ivanti'_ oef it tee will not cost you a co-nt if it do(e0 nro
su!.-e'i loI'rati'n- until their imp!,yes R'm")d One application will relieve
tire ,of .,nor'ei idleness the pain. It al-o cuiree "praina and
The average rate of wo,.klv w-i-br-s ni-ep in one-third the tine re-
pail i-[' The' -rikerp .i tmand ani 1:- qlired -vy any ,ott"ir treatment.
cr.s-of t l V week f r te.n h, .-' w rk Cut-. buri'-. fiostbit--. quinery.
-....e t i'ina inl the -iid' and che-t. gland ;*'
Tallhilors Ieturnr to oVirk. l, r and other -we-lling.' ar,- luicklV
S1 o A ,, w.r tirs-di ty app:lviing it. Ev-rv hottlt
Cn A; ,. April 17.--Ta .,- who, w,.r,. w et r tlt*-d. Price. 2:, .:i. ) ct.
.lock.-sl .:nt l'.Fe. 1.- lave ri- m.i t, }-',,; ,I- !)y Hanrm h n ih ro-' ;t:i work. the c('jntrA.'t "-t-rve"- a thrlit uir T,;' il i"* d-ial-r-.
u'irya.i' union awnl rth 'Tai!,r'e ni Pu an ,
D)rale r- unin hvig-t tir -n and sigi,-tl v 'in,'.al r. ,tf 'i. ,ti andiv i n e malw.r j ofetol ( th'itn-:i d 1leth. At C.orner's PPoultry Yard.
nmiht. Thi.- only point ,..-1..d by thf .
b--- wavi- nll r-pard to th'- h,ishlii-in I. 1 ; r.w ,'w readyv to' s-ii-.t for .4et-
wh,.. arnl lin.w ,-d t w th -lall witl t. ;-..: Iin. the- fmllAing ter dl of
uni in A p1>int lost by the .tr.nke-r. i- ''i*' n-': lu-srk Bra i t.lii. Partridge
the rrtntion of men e-mpliyd in their '".', in.-, L 1iiaht 11r hlia-l. Wliat.e
plac-- by th(e vanrlou- sh,,p.. ,(' e:n-, Plvinotlih litocks, Brown
L.r.'.rnii-. Wv'rdItt-. My fo)wlq are
For ier -vtifty ears. 'in T ,,. 'vrv b.--t -tra'irn4 to be
MR8. WINSLeoWS Ow's)THINrur aMKP ba l,'i f. aspt I inVit tha- pl ublif to call
tb,-a uS-d for over flfty yeari by million l ofe
1moth.r- for tbeirehildren wJile t- %tht r -e out )
with p .r-.'t -ecCQ's. It oo;t,-" tti. i!,m1ld j :i ;- ,,'A '": ltall. e ttirl.- of 13
,ift.'ei, tbe < me.$sllayv all lr;i cii'- wInrt ,.: -f ,r $l .'W.e Lol Ii- ('e i. .
-oit, and Il trni b-.t re-a.,-dy r Ir "'in a -_ fo-I 1 .la
It w;'l re-i-tve tn. poor iltti'1 suff-r'-r ilai- i t tt M isa 0.r.
nriiet-ly. b ja.: ,if thb world. Twenty-iv' c.-t- a br.- P.<( l.. A CO.'.S
it-. B- sur aud ask for "Mrs. Waiii.ow'-
ijo:i;.g jyrap." and take no other k..d. FLY iCREEN.S


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900.


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THE LINK THAT BINDS.


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JacKson. TwI Nov. 28
I was msbject to miscarriage for three years,
and suffer-d constant:v with backache. I wrote
to you for advice, and after using thbee bottles
of Wine of Cardui. according to your directions,
I am u'rong and weU. and the mother cf a fine
girl baby
Mrs E N. JOWERS.


We Cord' I

There ts no use talking a baby in the bouse is the link that binds
husband and wife together. N,,thing is sadder than fruitless wedlock.
The prattlihng and c)oinz of the little ones offset a thousand times the
occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife is barren, there is a
derangement somewhere in the genital organs, caused by one or more of
those c mmon dis rders known as female troubles". Winme of Cardui
is the remeJv. It puts the organs of generati-n in a strong and healthy
conditi ,n. fitting the iife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind.
Durinn the period of iestation the entire system of the expectant mother
is buIlt up to withstand the ordeal of labor, and when the little one
nakes its advent it is lustv and
str,.ng, well-titted to row to ma- L IES' A$V ISM T VtPARITIT.
turitv in perfect health. The Fer .-t!:c.. in reinc requiring i etal
m .*her, to,'i. paIses thr :.:zh *the r 'n *.'rr'. r;ng -t
trail w :th l:.le a.in n.l r, dread. urutns > .i, stsutmcoga. T nn.
Wine ,f Carjd is ttr,- a v%,nder-
ful medt.ce fur women.
Large Bottles for $1.00 at Druggists.
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flyding al- hi- l.A' v I .'- Ia(ifci .r 1
hapfd of thi toit.ll li'irt % If r-t iriitolie

nmrgy 1is tz-athat %i%16111.1 1"-irInIll.04'.ra
witho ut kh is Ih i:-v in u it I !rtntool.
Ils and. yeantdtl iTnIinst aro t 'n' I hus t
gief their I-s fi ti-I IItt RIP t 'lon tl si ll i t o -C
teldn prd- t".rii-i'N4 .''I 1:l it- airoibt'llat

t eu atnrL cit i iio. ..-l andil lg Isif-a
gterl ti-am.-.vam.11 ii itov-wrkinrltho- real-a
am resjuiir-'l ix lJ.. s-, a inz (i--the t- lo
'An s~e-xa:i .- :t i- -ti thk t110 tofle
affrded, Its m- -'-:I ~''n theit i-r gtIater,,I-

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fitted. s- mt0, it a'-rx- f t:~ favl-'r
As rqit t ? I- I-:ixv, a mA h' I-, -.inhat
thre to 14 ..-! -c -toe

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f rthe s4.1lin 1--r: V 4 ;it 1 ,4,!fti-.-each
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or t'ad-Nn-ew York Weekly.


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jrItl!ill 1all-]. th:it t'e .1!,:1, w ho, hlid
t1rxs-tI t : .-l;ot a 'dti uraiss t a th, til I, ,
j'll- :: 'r h ,. ,'i0 ,'h- II :i' { :it iirtn
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11a,( tb.j ;n i W : t 1 :y ri. li- t l i t !,ie th"
;;rl :il ,i f s d lh '.;l tl it a a Iis ini, f that !.- ul l:ist (,nll
a fqx- hours l,:e r. and the'I+',[ l the
fsrned Ju' ti e (if th,- |m-;wer r,
"'I final. yon 1 uilty of itr'de.r |Il the
first deare i d he .sver(!y a.s he
tur'n.d to\ard th; pris,'io!r aI the loar
- i'.lut is. ,prov,, ll; the v, ctii di#-.'
iand -o th at t. cisi, n stantt s to this


A Newspaper Wonder.
W\Vh!': you op-i u; y11 ,'r it-;i;r.
it n;iy .austsci yoi to t .l sinv wonder
;f y ill k .iw tIhat :i nil ;,r, ,al;il;!ity
y ::'; ] :I'(. V )" f'.st ;]:;1 I. :. ;It .lm v
e* r tor i d its in --it' t"-'. liT' -
rena on ftor this Is t Ihati ti .'; r is
;lia.dl fr utsi d] j u a -pIl "ce tr'.'. It i 1 .;;IIl.-l
to t) 1:;Mill. i';.t i ;: :a, .' i4: r pl:; ,s '
tin' !i! :'. rf iio.s tl' c v, I tIi pulp anl.
n\:akt-s it i )T i:;; :! ".
A.t (",c ry v t;I ;r <"::i: As. i;.:i:tns,. ',ts. r,-Iller strol ti-i it 4ndi
o1tli r InIw :;ia'< l c';:;tri\'; ,nc's kle'p tlir
I1at,. r:. l ,oni of it; ;..111 li :; "l';,ir,
;inren rolls are w n:;rl by vwi.!hir.
tolael l into ear n;id \v:i.,an l y ma-
('l.:i!"ry. put inlto pr ssio,< ;:ii i id on
ljn--.s'r s y ttt r ( n.t.hr n iii-.:.y and finally
,: rTltdl :ind folded without L% iing 1,'i-ll
l.:-Vc'tly toucIed by alny hi'.min hand.
T...- is a mech:aninl uirtrv-l (of tlo-
,lay w!ihcli is 11 0 -lt *,r lranr.Lts of lilitsiry. It is v. y
istf'kiil- in tie nIw'S|:.-I.r industry.
wvie!i s:llt;d- in t!,, vtry front rank ,,f
niih--laiitoal p(irfe l isp:1tch.
IKaIlir: lit. I ittl-rl.
"1>" ,"Ii k Kiw ;ii;l ,n.11 h al,.'t tio
tri "i:t li:llIl.i. l 1( 1a.lh :" t .-lu ,d tin w

"No." niswere,'d th1, cold bhhodedly
trildlfUi I;;ill. "'i (ltlt ,'v .I t knoww
enm.i u.h a.ulit It to moralize on it."-
Washingtnu Star.


I:/EFNMA. ITHIV41- HI IIMOS


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CASTOR I A
Far Infant and Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tme
qimature of s


I ROOSVELT THEIR CHOICE, ff's
lie Will Probahly Be Renoininuted Dt
For Governor of New York. P re
eNrw YOktK. April 17.-i, t-l-ates ti Ma
thesrattt R-puli's:cia-lcti ri t iti ontirtim!- t Iit -


the Fifth Avt-tiue hsit&1 thiNm- n. ring I
A careful u-on 'eii-ni.of opiij iiiii(-)fIII,
le-ader., wa- -aii to havi-'. 'h .W11 T li:~
lar~t- amajority- wu-r- in favor -f the re-
Liouliituatillltof (koverniior IR -siv :t. Thi
stat--met-it hi Ciingr .-.zArinu Limar w~-i sag;
iuul' 4r'it-d1i1gv.-the sp-toh lrejered by ~~TeTii-
pK o;-;r Ch.'riiuan Elit--la'- and 1i ;.4-i4dliii
di-r thi '.-v.-. of Iri iiiMr. 1Plztt :anti Mr.
044-11. 'viient! t I-kia-ifing tf-i-r tppr. .i-al.
It ws t.- po iinn-ri out by friends oi tht g' "-
--ni : tiat this wi- c'it -!tr Un lr-k-:zisli
-,hie urmiii-l' ttaetivr


FOUR PERISH IN FLAMES.
An Old .Man and Three Children Are
llarimedl to Death.
NEwC'A.'lLE:. Pa., April 17.-A largo
-t-.nem.tir house o cupied by Italian and
nvigri families. near R wk Point. watde-
.-troyled by fire la.t night. David Abi-
atte. uan Rll man, and his three, y(ounu
utphew', Joseph. Pastelle and Erwin
Abiatt-. w-re burned to d-.arh. Many
of th,- othor img fratin the wunid)ws.
Tihe -harr-d remains of th'o four viv-
tint- wre fo)and in the nins today. Tlhe.
cittu ,f th, tfire is n,,t kn.,wii


Hlank For 3Mu-I:t..'
ATrA.4'_% April 17Sc~ru- fS'i-ato
Pin]-C, *k ha- 'ui-1a -ivirti-r t, itht
h;itik if M,-R wt. whiiji'I lL- 1 a i~a
tmi of T,0-4'rae u-irt--r 'if tilt.
j I-i~i-jlle it ikituc taLil l Tii-t
j4.lw n ani-Ii -il ILIliitt4101trL-r t, jwrl.
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I):xl'.X'-Va-.4.ril 17 I-, Lr -h--u--


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WA,-.Hl~i'DNr-. Apt-il 17.-At the be


tlio, N"Xicaunwar p.n-uof $12 a


Hater.
TlI lodly n,'e ls i;iil-ii.t l :il< w 'll as
exlt'rnal l:uiths- to ke'p it lt-hilthy. To
give the twily ain iterim:tl lioth drink
plenty of witr. T\wo quarts should
be taken eac'h day. l-1i1ii0niii;. ;.ith a
glaws Just afit r rising: :>!.lt i n l with
a glass jut-t ls-for retiring. If you(
are Inclied to stontci>'-. 1l) do not drink
during" : .i-al. or within a half lit r be-
fore or afti!er thmlli. If yolr coaphl-xion
is hald. IIo& tl il is niore o!:.,lu'ive to a
c'ure t l'i drIin!> nx watsr POlNti-r hot or
-old. btu' i-'" < ranily the l;ttter.-New
York P'r-.--..


IIEUE'S YOUR CHANCE.
Iron, Woven Wire and 0 narmental
Fencing for All Purpioses.
I am agent for the largest manu-
facturers in the world oif everything
in the way of plain andt omrtn:t.tital
iron and wire fencing, -t-tteeQ. va-.-s,
etc. There is nothing in tli-i lint-
tiat I cannot supply 1 and at inatin-
fat.turt-r.s' price's. erecte-d in dturtr l)hi-
and workmanlike lnn;t.r u;tid at
- ich low prices that yvou will be as-
tonis-h,-d. I supply anything from
;a plain wire farll fence to thit-
iro-t i-xlo-).iveorinament;il c'-lisitt-t- I-
f.t ,-r ; cresting" for tow-rs, trf,.t
g,.ards, orn:ies nttl s.ttis- b .*-,-
itun!t windows. wind,-w vuaitrd-.
titching racks, wt-ati hr vni. -.wsivel
wire poultry ard f sn-' ;m. Sp;ij'
wi 1 not permit tno to i mlliiel.rlti 'il
tt(.e tyles I sell. but -,\tu a-an -* ,t
ii lu-trated cat.tloi)ues a tl .',tt -ti-
mnates by applyin-.' at Win. Johit-n1'I
& .-'ni's hardware ldep:rtinient
*1. A. J. \V.\,i j I S- .


Call for State (Cinvntliioi.
('-1ll for a st t., liem otrfti>' '00T 'it io'i I<
I' Id]! Mt Jiu. 'k-Olii llV 1 !'.. u1I -u .. I I'
TI', |de i,,rntit party of thi ,t 'e ,f t-'l r.
r 'A;i il I I il t l ltAtt 'iliii t I 'I I Itt .l II'k 'Ii-
% ;l'-- < I .1 1- it l of. i. e I I, 1ti ; ._N oIrI, f*i It.
-f tl ( lt it ll t par
'It c hoo.- (IpIl*- at -t oi) ro-pre-o+lt 1;,+ Wt tl.
In ti" l int; lon si.l d i- Itocran ic*n-11v-.n I it-
'-- he-Id t Kar. -a'Cit' y. Mo, .. .lI v i o",.; ti .

i ,rrtlory o S tat Attorn,.-*..*iratl
i Ii- 41tr4l t r. Tri cullrr,-rII ",t iii trrIi t. ii l+ht 'A f
I t. iit- i -itri]'tIori. c('oniiil, .:)i f A i-i I-
Siltir". i, R.ttiro d t+rnl of four yo' ir... four Prsil..t-n ii{l V! *t-
ir- .iud four altl rnatitf too t o tl M f1 Ior ;ti

Si, i-Irll,. Ii l
" '] lto x? reg> lll1 r -Int- r,t~fr iir !rlrd t,
Sla f-iirl ticil olhl-fr li-int .- Hh nlH.Iv coII*
.f"n-.. the- finvf tio' l Ion.
IhI' (ld Tr tll co llu ti itI thI -0 I t t.. w .i-
f-- 14-l foill i 'v. II I li ,t'.I i)f r Ipr* .) itn ti( i 1 ; : *I i t <. ;-
.-ll f -r evl' ol on-il l)hillr ',l v l>r i n-: fi
' ( ll < ;l't O il th t' ain t'" >''! :*i I 1 I i I. -
r' ''i") 1 lilt" I) l h, h i)l i:T i r iil ,1-' ; it : I'l ; l I I t i li i)f I I 'II. It'(I <,ii ;i i.. i ..iv
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"lith *counit- :11 s9-lect th-ir deele'iatl. ,,
aInym aianner which Imay be cini'-idotl,-l si t,,-
i" I the pe-opl acting thr"ug'h the- p)rt.\ .r-
gtfniYatnionl a-, rrv)gnized toy thi- l-t s-tit.t
toi.vv'notion. All democrats atre invittid t
p-rti -ipatt in thei selection of deit---,nt.--
i-r-ti) inciindinL thoqr- who hav- b-t'i-uoe -
'ItlRlltld to x ite ince- the last el'c'ion.
Tlhv chlirnrllii anid i--crettary of each ,-cun-
,y c.iivntion lil-id for tto, purposeof o le-ct-
n dtl'l-mint- to the timte convention art-
'. i"tst-'i t" '--iid to Hn. W. A. Rawk-.
*litinr:nain. Trillhaibae. FIa.. a writt-n 0e
print.'d copy of the proct-tetling of t-uci
*, utly conIIvnfitlio o. t thib-r A ithb a II-t of
h.- ni-,nri- of the- county -xt-xCutiv- comirn it-
"*'. 1:1 which sh,~uldt be d-lignate-1 tLt
!ait: ma ani d sicretatry of ?uchi ,,ni iiiitt-,-
'A A. RlA. IL'-.


Whiskey


MALARIAL
'ecvrs.r Chilli. Coughs.
(Cil c-v-er form, quicki, cnreA
Ly aking DI'"Y'S Malt.
A tiblespoonful in glass of
s,4ter three timn.s a day.
All ,.ruggists and grocers.
He ware of Imitations.


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if :m'u burry. pm u ilA just cat.-l i e


on the c-t~rne it-r ~a rrivel-. at theilt-jaIinful'
conc1 lusion that shet.i tl tunilly lIf)*
hill) 8,; hlIt- lnged to b~e loved1.-4b-argo
Tilmes-Ilt-ralil.


HanIlan 'ron unclatlonm.
Ilawaiiatis call their chief Islands
TlIli-vwy-ee; we say Hllh-wy-ee. Oth-
e: pro.-,r ways of giving well known
Hawaiian naens are: O-ah-htu. Io-no-
lulu. Mow-ee (Manui. Kow-aye (Kaual,
Ne-e-how (Niihaui. Ilee-o iltlihlo. La-
hy-na (I.n:iainam. No-hah-la *Kolhalal.
Vuwels are as in Italian :niil deserve
mu-lh cire. HIawalians pay little at-
tentioli to consonants. IBaltimore
News.


CAROUI


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


: Telephone No. 345


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Citizens National Bank

OP PENSACOLA.


H. HI IT )N G(-, F:N.
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OIRECTOWq:
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A General


fif in.*~dic-ilie tint -,pezit) a
1P,4-,CI ijti(ni:Wilt (d iltli- tttore 1,
tiertic: v pupat. Pure druig- lilt-au
speedy recove-.ry. l;o~r drug- ifled i
a rtela p;. XYou want the ht-:t. Let
ti. fill -''tr pr#-criptjoti. aindti upp;iy
other inedimi-u, NN. IW. 1. ret-ri& Co .


CONGIMI~SlIONAL ('ONVENI ION
I-'.r he Firost Cotigrep.."1,ItinaIIDistrict
4 MiiI for a d.-mnerat jec cnve-nticoii(if tb.-
first cong41ressisoni it I %-i-.t of the *.. t-of
Fiori .la, totie he-l.d at Tallanhass.ee, 1-itirida,,
Wf-dne~la y. MRY :Olt 11. A. 14 I. 11,91
Tbhe democratic party (of [lie- fir-ut coilgr..--
sioiial disiiet (it f the la te (i f Flori-da. %%ill
hold a congr-,-%iuonl l otIivlititlilat, liilmi-
kias-eei-on Wetdnes.day, Ikfny ;:lh. at I',
Wclock noon. for ttii-pLIrpo-.i-ofiourn innlt ingi
a candidates for conlgre-ss from -fla di-trict
tot h.-tifty-rt-evsntb eosgre-s of ztbe iit-
Statest. to ho. vote-d for att th-e next, vs-I-ct Ion.
and to t ran~-sct i-tch other tiuiiii-1,5as iiiii
comi, behifore iu d iconivetlit on.
The diffeire-nt colunities Iin thi- district will
-i-fil deletgates .to Ilthe('onVetilt ol u pon tIlii
fol toA iiig btin-aof'.1 rt-snt-t-tzilatih-u I)nt-dei-
ev~at-- for --hell iDoti vo-it-~es cht f(ir h"tajd I-
limit, bi.r 4 igir-t--rlIn sidl jliti rjivt atmthe ot-
ail.C1111: a 1iji %*I$' -- ~for th fLUCt iOD Ill XCe-!-
i !vit-of w h- i-t it lttluuntit to flfty or ntoit.l
1* r ;r i:u ill whe-rs- il.- %,:t, f--i Vl()t1)-
aas in r -- i t. ,-c i m ,

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ho~s 1~ce atL fl~at! I Faies.


Place F

Buy(


Choic


JcYHN F. FE I F .4


L.IX M. I;(':


Banking Business


'-~e~.A A.'~~ Han died tin Favorable,'I'crms.i~
'Cz~le Bought and Sold, oq~ toi
Promptly Attended T-o.

A.d(3COIJNTS SOLICITED.


The Star


Laundry,


ITH PIOQEIR [LUNIOR OF IEST F1ORIDA


SHOWING A ('LEAN FI, 1 NI,
EASTER MORN

i- an ea"-' tlini tio
your linen ha!s been done up
perf cr ilet!ilds., at su-lih low
as we renovate shirts. col; i
rieffs at. Irrepria.-hall,. lin .
be t and chi-apest way too .-
ward .i n t of bein a i :.*'. ,
i he mno-t c.irele.ss ilan wt a -
liaen. wh!ien laundry work -
-nA.h pric-, as at tl.*- .tt,i: I.
,.td -*' -" !;ir: \zz i-t- -


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN S7
eArI+)sDM CArLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-I
WAL.oTC.R INGRAWAM. Manager.


ESTARUT.i I A- 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
1-D-A- DEALERS I N0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
60o: AND noW M. I'%,I.-.OX STtEET.


EYVFTRE '-To( I'E.', '(~IT'PANY. JOHN A. ROEBLI[NG's V'- '. *-
(.A LV.A WZE;I WI R, K')PE, A. RUSSEL & MON'S PT. I
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S K. 7 (' .; :. A -it f,,r l ir Pilt- : ..
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vv~~~~% HtE FR~uiCy
1 4 F44 'E,
ti:'j)S IDA PIA(1f 10. A.-. av'.


CURE YOURS.,L
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!hil n i .\ ,I !

or Pensacola
ers to Buy ly
to L',Isam ,f ( ;..,
am( C"
e Family liesP .qW;,tl : ''j
-T-er ,.- SOLDYAIl DL


-R UG;uM;1iR b


I. AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


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IE$TZ & CO.,


<`-120-122-0,

E. Government Street.


- AI;. I IIv i. 0i I- .1 1t


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agent,


p1-N A(' )I..\.
Try It Oi Tip v 1 .o1nr,.

TrI i-'.Mu irk. I I KS-: l
TOOTHACHE, EARACHE
and NEURALGIA

Th "ri-lit I le.,I I p.


rENNYROYAL, PILL
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Nad e~-S~i... .


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TU DBAILT I~I,~


Chas. H. Turner


*.-ARCHITECT* 4'

-AND-


General Contractor,


Buildingg. Repairin:. Mat:.>-l and rate S.-rtinig. Plh :.'
ai,d (a-s Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
AI-'Arti ti- Dat *ien-. E- timate-. P!an and Spcifi :: -
ing ul All Kind.!, Prepared on i hor: N .:ic,.
IW A Large and Carefully .-lec:ed Stock of F1in- MN.i .....
Tilintr of All Kinds. Bath Tub-, Clo.-et ,i:.jd H 'us-it.11d A1, '. .
Hot Water and Gas Fixture-.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 1900 3


C rC dL1 ; X- VA LUC
Go~d Hunters.

=hR 71 FiV' IM.' I' INT LR.1 sT L.

-. A1& ,re- o4r5:1111imed to Govern
I. f r i I- .r' A'% I1t E:I PO-ditfion 10
I--- .ili~enr-1.I; tho uses Iand
gosmnt Heu Built.



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a t .' il etmos .Iyle
ol r j- a: nl;. d i m al


jl ",I 1 ~ -.1 iti;c1oil--:e

":. -r ''~itI
elt litert
Of .the Carpene r l\*-
VI1* wITill 'ati lip iv


Th:,' -I -7-'()r v' --r. i'.2,:-h It i-, --a! .-i--1 p (" .1-r~r.1--l x'iety to Yom for EN D A N G ER

-.- -- i ere-l. -7.- ;'A1---,:t.)Ii'-t 1,i-in :c',, -.f- lrw:t ta-in u-e, 1ci a-etle diiea e LIFE .
1 I t .-V Alh.nl alA IL I)I x h_. i thi! tV ii *f t xt-rnal a;2c~itS
A i-:t Ite1l 1711. .WE(1: t1-; I..'- iiiiiin gcKml condition. but neVer if it is di-easeil. The
Ott ~-, ... ~ ~ ~ tg r-ow .;avbtore pca gade4ingdeeper into the fi-i.-I.
A r'sac~t)ih- tpa ;e-- rikk, 'in ,r1.4iasu-v is~ soon hozt in the-gre-at desire ant', t-arch for something t()'clii'
S. S. S. tinaktt- -;,, and pt-rir-attent cure of old M;)TCs and ulcers, ant~i is the only mceldiijne tl;:t
dloes, 1eC;..'..:- ?o tie)t't r k .stl re,.aii d..e;-,~-,ated blood troubles. Ordinaryx Sarsaparilla and potash mixtures
are t m.) v '.'tk an ti (vtrctjtieiiv a dv. J$ntaoi that has taken ixcssession of the blood. Do not
*-: ',--,~ t I wu,-hr- in thoc'etft It't. r-criv.ing wi-ti I 'Insidr,irtI nli' Ra light wound. It
A Orhot :?,tt1.17lli "'t a- l g'i-'me aiL-:ttda on a rated h-i-manv doctors -ml
Wommid. ione -, I ha I h'-ir't S. SS hg .11Vre-7Honien~le-1
I t ;:A. The resa~lt 0. tistrit'. graittlivi.'g S.1s -, .e'.-ei-..ilto get ni lit at t'e,
~ ~ tr-)h .i n, t 11 ,' !.! in I ,'. n aflter'.a-d t he il oI e .o re 'ele'd ti: 3111 -:trt-d ouud andlwell I iw-,
'~. ~ ha'.- 1'.tft-- 0. Wa, tXk "-. .-4 e- -] 'i 1,fL: zr alog Titme J t I ut M 4BAYLR. I vrence burg, Ky."


S. SS.'. :- the :(MY WOO svcge:~thke bl~,ol ;)lhfT known
i s made 01 r'--m : ;- 1a 1 ; ---- f-' uonderf'.I ii 'u1,if y- n g rr orxrt ies,
ui'.hael no )(-i .)hi c n-.-,-t. S S. S ,. rh an.i, cffe.ctua~ll
el-..'.the I"s'W'W1 Aifallui-Wurbi&. td- ~ t'o:.i.th-. '. : 'ld.soi-,ore -k
AW the swr'n t an liu aeraerl headtWi:- it' :-' -.. Q Iam!-K. h i:::: .Whwit-atMYiT'- atch
'i .ilta; I ti itetireaiilv, '%..u I. 1 -- N veyur I- H-o is l S.! S. S. %% i So()iti
in 'r ,titi; '. a': epW T A -.
(iaNI'- ti-al Departriont-rtis irut. -i'0" (-:Krqv-:Q pl- 'h ian, lioh-11 'a Ctllea
fin~ ~ W- il? .r A M I','ini y- lit .vc I.:t l' i( .tsv, they %%'. -at l v
fti~i~hal ifrrna~~i (,ralice.% atr',an Ma t;tever. A.\ddrv.ss


lie l;)r .d l*hc- J mel.
ro)ds<. :an ,,\, .,t Iis ;,, i r pr j rl 1 < i ,
1 A., i l rot1s ah t .' ii l. .
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An bia T nlTt !:o,,t ,e- 0 .t. "ttw1,. tItliT ,..-

i n -:th,.el' I L A g, v. zn!t r I:: i s : n t t :i t
i a iwi] t r.t lT i\\ ;t r t h n It A l .. ;. i 1 W .. .t ,i. "


r. :I l t! -ste1 t i t t 1 Athrootii tt ,-e.,
land ,, : lr ll f ,. t 1 ,.r o- h h ,:I i

H E G O T A S C A R E !: ;.!I rl I *: ,* ; a. oi l h is I 's iall 41.,

t h e i i inl -. -,ita,'l t.r -a ;i. :t 'i.. t ,,r,.' W ,i
An ast e:: t. l i si. n had a scare the (iiltl- u i la i y outp o s p t ;. s.ishn.
,er th ige t leli wt s g's o ut,'wi"nthitn- 'e t" Ioa,?.
'wife an d was re ly it start wr en it oj Iit :ai j: :.i l;. .l:. rIeturn* ot

an d get a d in k f w datet i r. 'r t nuto i' i l n 1 r1 e-' Ii s a w ord.
was dark. buthe ; : i. I g l;i g d.-ik II:. :, ;.i:>.l :v.tra vs. |







ing outth el' l '- il lie g lassa Aitunder itl .tlen t t t i tl-l r u t t
Athe .l st tl er t ha t y rat ar.si. t.her t- i de- 11 )l It t *l '* lt Itt u iy
"t e ,r,'. htits wife called tfrom tfor o't- ilhpt .' e '
t t. io t' wit. tie i tl ei. r w '.wnt sl nt.: w it. I IA
Hfi El ( GiOT t fi I iA A rN.a l ith I t hy 4io :rtl'i- Itl' i Y i t'.


"Y. tiny.'t e' ."lltil h a sttwere tand rhe ,- Tei re-nu' i trhi "-,t stior'. n In -the
ertlt thle glass to 11 hi g iA iu took a ant i the jh l iuge, roe or n a gir
.iu o ui t itl<' g hl- ., *mild ho ,hljit it u n l.ir tisi t i -n P t iv ;,iLi ;,) h S i n ,, a ") h
l!> C.I. .vn1.1 r f~iu .c.t. i*' t ynlr '' lt;. -lr t hr 1 "11 ,'ut ,lfur i t 'oul



',I n. u lE'r ltis wife callh..jur from f tbr .tro' it -t'-re ftr"'
p. th class t lI a k a within Judge
.lt yf ; ull. A\s tlh. lih. l. l at i pp..l do \ ii hatro":!i t !ii" hm ni. ewto-f t iof anll h ,,r

t-s. ithlin- that lidnl't Ib lon1 the.r. i I I ith u
st,mlnthin that s 3uir ie ant.l wrig hlel. Ioitz,_ ihi's rr.n ,, of viDion. 1. tthe
!t! i oul! 'i i,' ii> tratelt h ti rlRd1. th ex.
sl,. piltl tl. t-, (:t f tlli" tl- .anatii. n thiat Hls olrn-i andil .-at were
Imh, in tt.'tntig ;P l':t.[. tilit if w ihat lt.:o t' h In iell s h4 :w mountains. nI ar their
w ns 11 *-lit'.- T h,.- T! n;n :() was oi.. II I.r', \- r I'm iil,.i s awiay,
f ai.i l .t .. ',, l 1 f., 1 i wor mi Its ntil1 th t lit h: i ian sll l .t .hl l l s
wvay dtownt e ie ln.;. r-ed ali.nnt-ary f :is ahrr in d aig e one fter his
. oA ro.it.- Arzoua L'r:ilM<'.
lit trb-e t. stII y his r ,,,. Oppreeam-e Sllence.
".lonnit ." he illod l lown ithe stairs t "Tih re is harliaiti. r shown in theh
..*it I I!! S..t1101l ;.Tir in a wI t .'r t.q li. ,pii'r. : iy ttin s."
.uiic'k, I've sw:il;i wkl a snak:il Y, "and, inlthe way tlyv don't say
Int ld of .'tt lint tiht- mustard and th in.- i I called ,i) a girl, and
water his d ev i t.d helpiin t iie ly- ihe, r either caine I the roomni. I he
,i l 'p trllr- th la t did 'tii ies ivr ariylLing I said to him
"Vh.: t die I ou :1?" s!it> 'ri,, t n f,,r le long thati i Ts an tage fright aud l
I aid 1 w:illw d a sinlke." he i.ft --Iset.roit Free 'ress.
r:oil' d. "I >n,''t 1,\ I',k at m e l'k- that. _


" H'' +l" '+'"' st b KIDNEY DISEASES
"I ',r at -;i:i\,,."'" !i," ( e,-, "-niak .
,:-,k.. .:,,.,a : I,, ,,,, w t ,,. ,,. sp,.ll are the most fatal of a dis-
it'. Y ,ii klnw whiti a snIIilit Is. don't aS S. |
-| l" %%,t i t 1 tl.at lu' s wa t wy s nl nou swallow a 1 KIDNEY CURE Is I
"1 d1,-t k:n,.w wx:y. It came out f rt Roe
tho fainiet Into t'- 0 glass. Pla* 8 ret I I
wo o money refun Contaims
i,!,',:; lt^I;A t .V think. oil. I have it?' r x t Y
.\,,, ", ,i) tl.s.ust otf Cie suffering nlnt physicians as the best for
man tho wife. of his sho;un leaned Kiny and Bladd er troulb".
a:iinU.t the wall and g4:gled delight- PI C 0E lot a$10.0
Wha.s le j.e. lie feet.ly de- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.

"I'At me cet my breath." slie criedl.
*"I's too funny: Listen. I was at the *
dentist's today, and he pave me &omie Indigestion
ine rubber I-ands to uset Itweetn my
teeth. I brought their In here., and
one of them, must have drolpd In the We chalaengfe the WOrld
glass. That's the snake you swallow- 0 produce a remedy /equal
.And she hadl another attack of the o t hej Matchless Mineral
g:gg;es.-Cleveland I'lain Dealer.
.,..... o, r....... i'Water for the cure of In-
,T nd.,rstanui." -sid the neighbor. digestion, Dyspepsia and
"that your husband i a dramatic rit
i.' al forms of Stomach, Bow-
lY: .:ie I-i even worse T. han that. le I el Troubles and S'kin Dis-
a hu.,holh .rle."-e-" lost. eases. Guaranteed to cure


At C. %. Thomntpet-an i.
CI. a--.l-adi-z Note PIpt'lr, and

PIur-larchun.-nt.
1:1" tn liion l-i:,'-r and F tavelo pes.
Fir-l-tvkd Ve--It : antd tyeIi-'.

fzI-IN-ote: 5Satin Wov-'; Ti--tie,
i'~'e r: ~etnte't (rwpe. Etc.. wit li
:e-s1ai -' ,vn-rt'tet iof ~ttunr.
C~ -'.-iV Tmim~fe te-


or money refunded. Cost
only cents a day/ to use it.
One dollar bottle last twien-
ty days.
For sale by a,'l-druggists:
also I"'. T. Gre-n ," Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. IW. WILKINSON,


S; ..rinitlt Cre:tpm \: anfe-rs. ian :if- Greenville. Ala.
S,,". .A,-. ~Tek yui daltim.onial From Judge Gaston.
(-Ri.vI---- -- R .vi.I. Ala Alui. 1 1'W.
Medical S ocety. Attention. i ,I take grea-. t pl.euati're i-i '.-t-Tifl! i t I!-
l,- ratit'-aid the r-rait of Wi'iikitt-on'- Maitth.
I i .- ii-iral Water. Thi- natural minu iral
T ore will be a regular moeti f tiont, to,'my perionaI kinowledge',. i tak,-n
*-'c Pensaccla Medical Society at fromia w-ltwri rt- inl. a-tl of (ire-nivll'e.
11'- tlHirrd of H ealth omce at ithe' .-e ta't coiaditi-,n l hin a' it i- so h!. I
14-ard of Office at a.ndw ast
,'c-',ck p m.Tu. lsday. April !4. t h'; ...-e.- thf .- watt-n used. vlith worw.rtul
-t *' .U' f. ft't d+VDvep-'!A. in'gesti'lt.S fort-
V:'itin< physicians are cordially e,- .. and for eruptiv- di'ease-.' -ores and
I.tvit-d tV-)attenl i. ilcer- on man and anniial. As a rme-d.vy
.. D. ~V. Mt l_- L AN. l. D.. for these trouble. I d-, not 1,-lit-" t its
D. W. MMILLAN. M. D.. quIl eist-. It It I hghaly recomrme.-.ded ty
President. physicians for a number of diseas-s..


SWIFT ss
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.


fhe Han Head About It.
f i' S( lo ." r'-' il int i t- o i i tf t up t wn pub-
lic s,.-hool Ibu I'll itn..g The teacher looik-
(.i R'-;iiul an:tid failed to see the f:i-
iiil:: r ft:i v .
"Ii.,s alny piupl kn ,iv wvy Tomily
M <;'te-,ior isn't in sIchool tk.d:iy'" si'
Ilu uirt' I l.
There was no answer.
TI!n t.'ach-riT rTipati'ed the query.
Thein a little girl slowly lift il her
handle.
"I'le:nse. ma'am," she said. "I know."
"An-I why does he stay away.
Mary ?"
"'lease,. mr'am, It's 'canie be's got
'measles Instil.' "
Mary had rpnd the contaglous dis-
ease card that was tacked on the front
of the house.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Truly Kappy.
"Of course the only truly happy man
Is the man who devotes his life to do-
Ing good for others." said the corn fed
philosopher. "That Is the only occupa-
tion a man can engage In In which pe-
ple will let him have his own way."-
IndianapoUs .Journal.
Wlllltf to Help Hima Out.
Mr. Borem (11 p. m.)-My motto Is
"Pay as You Go."
Miss Cutting-Well. I'm willing to
lend you a small amount If it will help
you uut.-Chicago News.
Thep In China. anti fabrics of this material
wei-e' ni,.'de In that country about 2700
1. C.
Coff.-e was not known to the Greeki
or I iaona!D.
THE ROYAL BOX.
Tsoiiu-IIi. the enipresse dowwaIer of
C'bina.i. i' a m ysterioul ,.;n.:i, -uiit-
tittn 's .ia!!' .! an A i|, :ita iitil style l by
uttl.rs. a Marin T'hlwi-.,a.
Th.' Gra '-li I it;l-..ss ,of MI''kl>'nbtnrg-
Strelitz. : anuii'l:thlt'' r of Geo.t;r-, Ill,
receivi- nn :itin .'.nal ti'ii,,n oif $15,i0. 0
frmiri tho Enilbi.h g'vorniinieint
Spa.ini. in all h-r t,)vr-ty, ri inna.O '- ea-h
y-ar i>,, ;iv' bhrr ,l, v kintl $1.41 4I.1Wt ,if
whichitilt Ti 'r t'lrit 'ienTi riont is able
to lay nl.ni.h liaore lhal nile-balf..
Kin) l.,I.I ld, 14d f B ] h-liurn wiuh4ii have
a fort:ci of alio it I$7.4.M1,t10in n hail it not
bet4ni for the vast suis he ihias sunk in
the IlBeLinin oloiiy in the Kongoi country.
whikb. .till draws heavily on his majes-
ty's resouirce.t





WING, HOP& GO,
-Importers and Dealers in-
Chinese and Japanese

*-Fancy Goods,:*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No at South Palaf ,x Street,


Laundry Office


PYINSACOLA.]


Acme Beer.


TIHE BEST BEER SOLID IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A'so Soli by M, Perry and Win, Yatcs.

The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty.=zz
Prompt Deliv-ry and S -ti-factior


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HEEll l i 'M' N SIa O1DRAIN THE

|r, F o r Y' .hPL2 a g.lf l A BBnfk ^g .


WII",jKLY InCtE1DULI* o ro terini th. hom, ,n11iffcturer yo0
n uil tilpiu T:. th*cmus-(eof Inti'. lou owe
FO -TFAM DIVItION It to th.-,I, onunity in wh'eh v,,u live and
.FUNS1 4* 4) 1,,TERMINAI whwbh --itt ritute. to NAour %u,,port.
PlNS 4)II \lLEjCTKICTERMINA1 __________________________t
lAILLWAY ( )MPANY.
Trwi'a I-sv- P-n".cola tor tho Little PIROFESIONAL OARDS.
Hay -u, Pzitn-tto t-.-ah. Warrington, Navy ---- --
'l ard % i i o.-t lnarraica! Sat
a.M.a-r,.:voat ,Iort Barranca.. 7:lI5a.- Dr./Ta reeI luS fTeQreary
i in. aI. a.-.ve at Fo. t I1 rrftuic s 1t f1 *
U. .ill rrive at Fort r.or'ancas 1 4: p m
3 *. :1'r'.'A. a; t"inrt H"rft'A '""- ii ar I IIr
I., p in. a : vri.v-eat Fo-t a-'rrancas. T7:;,p m PdI 2 i r ln
,; I1 It:-,r v- %t I o0.1 Barraicas 4:i5p.ni
T'rt n., leave Fort Barrancas for o'e na- li ili,-hl te. Itl Fscaiiltt.i.
Col.y At )'|h tJ : i.
:V a. ni. arrive at Pe.-nacola..... aI15 t n if!lc*. I'Al-mbin e .t,.- Kuii' ini.r. 11 Soutl
il,) p. III. m.arnvet-at er asaco!a......... :44 p.m t'alaft x 4tre.-t. '1mne :T.
4) p. m. *."r've at Pensacola ........ ':45 o.m rn_
S' ji arr.v'. lat Pe-ni-acoia ..4.1 p m
7:-i p. m. arr.veat Penaisacola........ 7:4.5p nit D W B DTEWEBXER
A.5 p m. arrive at PenLacoti......... 9:S0p. m WM. w i
1:2n ^e-ct e :. OFFiOE-Hanash Bros.' Drig Store.
SU.tDAY COHIDUDI.
Leave Pe =aca,. Lv Fort Harraneas. RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree
9 a. m. 1i a. m.
l a. M IS m. -
I1 P. m. p m. 1 "
P.nP.m. Wm. H. Marean, M. D.,
4 p. 6ipm.
spin. P .m. lHomeopathic PIlsicial all Sargell
FAR9 FOR VK DATe.
Pensaeo!a to Fort Barraneas and return u6c kate of Ocala, Fla.,
PeQ.acola to Navy Yard and return ..... n Offers his profestional services t th* elst-
Peuuosacola to Palmetto Beach band return t U Zeno of Pensacola.
PAAK roP SONUDAT Espeolal attentions given to th. treatment
of Chronic Diseasee and Dieeasee of
Ieaeoola to .rt Barraanea avty Women and Chlidrta.
ld ard a roter ...... -. .. Thirty Years Practice in the South.
Passool PalmeO Beao a3d Office Hours;- ma. to lSm., :to p. U,
Beidenee Phone No. WS.
No freoght received alter 8:1: p. m.o neRo
...... .. .... i-RoBn Builln--Ioom a

LODGE DIRECTORY Dr. Wilmer Hall

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. DENTAL SURGEON,
Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K of r. IsIoImic Tipl. Phol 64.
muets every Monday even- -
lag at S at Ca-tle Hall nnU rr nl
in Hlutchinon hall. West
Int-ndenciastreet. KRIND R1 iRK Bill!
va.ltting brethren cordially
welcomed.
w H. JIrIV;NBI. To be Given By
K. .R.H 'H. HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H.,

W O W. dd Fellow,, Hall, Wiarrington,
Live Oak Camp No.I Woodnman of the Monday, April 23, 1900.
World.
M.-,tt lr-t and third Fr;dAh night In
ach niontia. VIaitin .dv.'-re.-;,gr4< cordi- Tickets 50 cents. Ladies Free. Free
allvy tv.iLed. W.. W. WATSON, Tranportatinn on DuDii.
s. THAMKN. ('Clrk. L'. iran-portatinon < Dumiy.


0--PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIES SALOON
o-DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Cot ner Ralmont and Devilliara Sta. PENArACOLA, FLA

Cold Weather
Coming. ..-ad in yo
orders and letus fill your bin before I
cold .naparrives. We will send you z
beat coal you can procure for eithtier bahi
or beating purposes at reasonable prices.


TIompsoa, OlseQ 9 to.,
Dealers ln

Coal and Wood,
Offlee and Yard: S. E. Corner Zarrag~ogs
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


FLA

ll Ciilm hrta ul Cdi lalmm.

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

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


Ieals tech Day
25c Each.


HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA.ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From *l1.0 to l$.fE per Day. v LODGING:
515 and 510 S. South Palafox Str.et. Pensacola. Florlda. i 25 and 50C


H. H. WICKE.


"Da 'nheisser Bros., Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter,


4l1 S.',uth Pal. fox '-t..
Phone No. 114. P. 0. Box 2M1.


No. 6 South Pa fox Stiest,
Ali Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittinge Materials Kan~t on Hand


mOuL BIOL,


GENERAL INSUIANE


Real Estate Agents,
PENqACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO oF 'HE
LEA'IN(+ FIRE. LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY, PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM Bo)ILkR I.N-
-t'RANr'E *'OMPA tVS ..
rneACI A Ijts of tie EqiitablI
Li Assurance Sopiti of tie
United S'ates.
r P.iitjonr'r. olI .3e*rry rTV


HEINBERS BaOs. I coot


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Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.

v)nGOLAYz(p.

Grist and Corn Meal M1ills,
X. F. GONZAAz.Z & %0O., Prop$,
%lanutse,.:
CHOICE M. H-.A I-' N t NI. it.E GIROUND
STOCK FEiE.
Ppst ronizet H'me liu't-.for there 1s
ev-!,%rv tw. vou !i-e .otw ltiv rMeal and
M',wk I'-.t from tL~e 1- aw...'M, facturtfr.
ff)eby -Y &itoin nw 'L ~l' curh ,horn.. lad j
try. ) EU fu h iey -4 I. t-Itit) t corn muntsyp
ando~ i mi' ltur at U n itS re f .t'! ly I'. flCilfd*


Telephone No. 147.


DUNN'S


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
alstred at the Port office at Pensacola.
Fl,..e cSond-clIas matter.
Or Ct : Plt:; building., :11', uthi Pals-
e street. up-sftair-.

THE NIWS PTI rLISHING CO.
Terms -Invariably in Advance.
One Y~ar 11V Ma.
"11 motw.:-
Tbrc .l,


THE WEEKLY NEWS:
rt PHO ;

"IELU'HOVE NO. l.7.


March 31, in the years 189~, Ib9 and
1900, had exceeded the sum of %M. -
bile's exports for a like period foi
the sami,- three years, by the -;mn of
$2.410. 1.53.
THE NEWscannot :i '-p: t;, view-
of its l,:'.tl c,>::t-,!llp.r !';-. ;:;.l il -
not b-li v tlhti:. in .... :.: t:t.r atl
ti' t',-r an I li !a -:' r ,rt-. t :. ,,;


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DISTINGUI- HID GUESTS.
Signincant Viir F-ront Prominen"
Capitalists.,
Pensacola will be honor-d to-day
by the arrival on the afte-rno !>n train
of Geue-al Russell A. Al:-, r, late
secretary of war. aL. ('C. \\'. D.
M::iin -.f N- w York. -,>lit r -., T'.own
T,,pie.. anl a proar ii ia--it ..i -t o;
th:it .ir.. (G ei-ral -1 :- \\-'"
kn,,w :i a- on, ,f ,I !.. ; >-


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ELECrRICITY' S PRANKS.
Live Wires Galore Tlhroaten Life at d
Property.
The linemen of the l-r.iil> a
County Electric Light and l1'wt.r
Company were kept hi.y lait hiij_!it,
th. hel:ivy r':ini having pl; ,v-l ha.-
-.ec wi:h the lighting sySttcn. leav-
i:l_-r tl tow i it iIl'rk". ," w while live
w irt -, b. iw;' i t ti: hrIti h I)'." < t ':
w it t < t l p .* re; ::
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l-'For s'.lial Superi:atendnt i






IF'or Cnmst able 2d i)sIac :
CHAR1.' P BHI' B
FIor county y Surveotr:
V.C. BE.CK.
Ir.r Membters School Board:
A. .CL"BPA -.
A C'. 11.4 UNT., J :..


THo retirement of Hon. Hoke
1Smith from the active control. as
well as the ownership, of the Atlnta
Journal will be sincerely regretted
by a large circle of his friend- and
admirers in Georgia and other state".
of the South.
THE assurance, from the result of
the recent primaries, of the re-elec-
tionof United States Senator John
T. Morgan to succeed himself in the
position which he has filled so long
and so honortieY, is a dstinct re-
cognitiaPay Alabama democrats of
ithe eternal fitness of thingss" as
well as of senator Morgan tl supe-
rior talents and his passionate devo-
tion to the best interests of hi state
and of the nation.

THE following extract from Mro.
bile's ccupiled ordinance- furn she
food for thought to all Pentiaoe luts.
and particularly to the ietub irs of
(ur city council:
tiesteain whistire hall be l:owl th
city o Mobit e htlngefr oihI t .Ii A 11 !toV t a
time, nor niore t uii three contNlcutiv,-
tiom i nt thlia lie e hout :" aa "y pet rs, I wist
blows or pt-nrti to t)q. ,lo ii iany ttttiam
whadIUCe iulatioin o thisu.ectiou shtall b
umed in sucti tutn as tit.- recorder uniaW uin-
peae.not elctding twenty dollars Prr,-
vidk however. that toattihtig iet-reaU con-
aned shall apply to vetse. ti IL iit tream
a~d under c ay.
THE redistribution of thp negrio
race w hidch lha1 bet n )going 'on ever
since the close of the civil war i
itrikinugly illutrated by th-w n,)illtw-
ing exampllt-lho ubli-lied ill all ex-
change. Til i- yer', t etl-u, will
fur t,-hh no, itit- t.i trin i.ft-\'lat -i
thai 0 touE tl- i ilt t t- tit l -tibjt

in 4 lkail Lius ad t b. .t.- '. p .a.-

inf fx* iau l- publi ".klitd n. a ex-

ch age...t. e .**
In uIts, tli- to', in i s-)uthierni %tat,,. i,:,.
1, l-ii 0A lleglot -.-..:. 1> :. 1,. 1 ..


TItmlNar and lii litlT-r -'vFp *rts.
In last Sattu:day-'s i4-lie (if Tni.
NEWS' was rai-toduce.d an editorial
from one of our morning cointet-up'a-
raries conct iin;e theli tcomipar:tttiv(
foreign a \xi' r;- of l'venacola anlit
Mobile, in w! Ich tt e following li.n-
guage was usedl:
Mobile as a tflitwer andl litutr export1li
poilt.as rapidly f,:'; ;;i to t e t :o:it. :i:.t
tegretful though t:t I fact may ti, t) ihe.
Journal's lc-al r,-aders. bids lfur to -urLpma'
wore Pensacol on tuch a line. Ind-ed., it
Imy et. evei now regarded at having
ase tbhl port In such an Industry. *
Te Witet remain.. ho.revr. and a continu-
aUtm of Mobil's progress on sucth a liasi
dltaitrto leave Pensacola altoethber in
the rear. The subject is one that tight
profitaely clani consideration at the hands
r oeur commrrttial organizations with a
.aw to reversint. if possible. eonditlo:n,
ta"t prove eansscula to be going backward
ts a tdustry that lit the past has been
be main bsIs of our welfare.
THE NuWS. in a previous iastie.
had already shown that the aggre-
rate value of Peameaola's foreign ex-


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li%',: .litl l' .i i-, ;amil : tI:. : t.1.> ,:-
,'i.ta ia it i5 a ; :t. Iv i,, t ': t ;ir-t
a',tjd-. '1 :.-re is nothi: hiJ ;
abl- In it- ta.-t I. It ha- a v r i :.I'
all. flavor aawl is aecfptablt: l6o ..<
..m- d licate t-. inal : ,.1 |.
H utina!: l1ros.

NEW LIGHTS
On Chliiiicliora a Bank. off the Yi'iatan
Coast. Caribbean Sea.
Editor otiily Naw% :
BEI.IzE, B. H.. April l'i-(On my
passage here from Pensacola, I di--
covered that the Mexican govern-
ment has established upon the Chin-
chorra Bank, which lit-- 1 miles tiff
the Yucatan coast in th.e Caribbean
sea. two light-. Upon the northern
inld of the bank a revolviing white
light, and upon the southern end a
flashing white lignt.
As this reef is one of the io-t dan-
gerous wrecking grounds in the
whole Caribbean sea. the placing of
these lights i- a benefit of the great-
a-st importance to mariners sailing
that sea. and as it was entirely new
knowledire to me. and not having
seen it mentioned in the custom
houses anywhere. I hope you w.ll
place a paragraph in your paper. as
it may be very welcome news toa
sonie of yo,)r reader-.
(ius A XF:I.- IN,
Sch. "Donna Clristmia."
Gl..ri,. s N \ws
Come' from iDr. D. B. C.itrile. ,.f
WVashita. 1. T. He write-: .-Four
bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
.MrA. Brewer of scrofula. which had
cau-ed her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on,
her head and face, and the best doec-
tor could give no help; but her cure
is complete and her health is ex-cel-
lent." This shows what thousands
have proved,-that Electric Bitter--
is the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema.
better, salt rhetim, ulcers. boils and
running sores. It stimulates live-r.
kidneys and bowels. expels poi-ion-.
helps digestion builds tp the
,trenigth. Only )50 cents. Sold by
W. A. D'A!emberte, Druggist. Guar- .
anteied.


lLNN Ic l WSiBA LL.
Morray &aIt Mack Drew a IFair 5Sit ad

.Fimamiizazi Kll- -wi pr-f nlt. i
at th-L ami-p -ra fiu-ah-lat aiA,:-'.tlathai-
f,;imiau- ari--aalIrs (-'i iin-
Nutr..v ay Id 'Lick.4
'l'hieplayW~iT- i:a t t1- -f iia- sAt
ala- l~t~ar-z l'. jtthe t':-aeI
r,-'mrtf :62 .i fraimti t: tini. :f a

wi,:rIta l:-ttwi ul jiatati-a'i Oatt'i- -
bua.Iril, CaresIarrY a- -*Jl'
lPh ipi S, u-a., Ollie MNI ak a- thti-
s,al C1 1? 14-lN' tum-ray. Iar, rdruama-

Ill 4af W11,II I -vta lena d hue- rt.iil-ic.


,What I wooents Wi!l o().
I: will bring relief totifferer-er front
a-thliiza or .c ntaiii tiol. t-vt-n ttt-
worst casep-. Tli- I a uboliut wh! it ite
dose of Fo(I.EY'S H east-. I-n't wortiI a tri:I. \V. A.
IV'A len.itrte.
ATTENTION :
M< aIlernr (Gunlf Lt4Ige No -;3I. Nat iiaia:a
I'raternity.
R,'-ular lie-otini. on X\V-dne,--dai.
night. Aplil 1 ,. at s.o clock. A futile
attendance rt qut-ta-d.
N. WF -II.AN I'.
H. HORSI,FR. Guard ia in.
Accountant.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. star Laun-
dry.


No GripQ, Pain
Or discomfort, no Irritation of the in-
tettine--but gentle, prompt. thorough
Lai..thful cleansing, when you take

Hood's Pills


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here aind they built up an i nitll,1-1 ,
!bu-in i-~ in supp lvyinli fl ilii -. i:-
ner ar'i,-. evuiLcn ti:tA l; itt- :1:;- t :t
trade.
The L eason for ices is again at
h inl and they aIre prepare d to)
n oanptly fill order-, but reqmii-t that
orderss for pure cream be fli, d at
l a-'t three days in advance of th-
time it is wanted.
Charlie LeBaron and stevo Allen.
tl e proprietors of the West Flori.la
-t-ain bakery, have nwade a splendid
business success. iWhen they start-
e<. the first steam bakery ii Western
F.orida. no one thought it possible
to build up such an immense bread,
cake and pie business as they have
do ne.
<4o great was their succes- that
they added a coffee roasting, blend-
inz and grinding plant and soon e--
tablished a large and growing busi-
ness in that line. Then they added
tne ire cream plant and that too
proved a success.
Then they interested.other capital
and it was through their personal
efforts that the Allen Candy Minu-
facturing Co. established their plant
here and began to supply the trade
wi:h pure candies of all grades made
right here at homn. They have
now put on the market a mixture at
6i0 ,'ents a pound that is the finest
ev( r sold here and everybody says
Allen's candies are the best.
1 hese young men are enterprising
atil they deserve success.
WHEN TRAVELING
WIether on pleasure bent or busi-
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Sy up of Fit,. as it acts most pleas-
antly and effectually oa:i the kidneys.
livt r, and bowels, preventing fever.-
headaches and other fornis of sick-
u-s-. l'For sale in 6)1 cent lIottles by
all leading druggists. Mainufacturfed
by the California Fig Syiup Co).
onll:'.


Mukical People. Attention:
Tie J. M. Clutter Mut-ic House is
rect giving daily new pianos anid have
in a:o'k at present a full and com-
plte line of some of the in'.-.t c(le-
brated Opianfloa of the day. The fa-
moust. Kranich & Bach, the cele-
brated L,e.ter and the world re-
iwn led Crown, the oeld i-liable
Royal and Smith & Barnrs pianoais are
all n our floors, giving purcha--er-
aor i tending purc hli-rs aln exceP-
tio):i il opportunity to sol.-. p'anos
ftroai.the ch-ape-t kntiown rliablle
like to the most faini' u-- inikt, .
In additionm to all thli albov,. w<-
have a large liiiln)-r iof -li~htly '-, J
''pr ..'lit pti!i ia-; -owiln- aif tiin ill iih ve
,,ily he b .n i w ilt'l-i the pllrcll a-e-r 'aii -;iv0- flT .in
2i1 ta $.' ,i, a lid on tti,-. -,.CI. on i i hat:I ,
ill :, w calln ltak' t.- !ii- ,i- l-\v ;l -
a' rt iiitith.
\V th .Ail pi:ilt hol. i we i.'iv ; :i.
" L".II ~ irf. stoqi i L-til I ti "1
,i()4o k. '.) worth oif iiai-i( :i:;t l twi
Y av,ir- tlunin frit-, aindI w .- ,.nirii:-
t'-.- tliat nian'ufactturer'- n..-i an
"e a ill hb- 1m1ilad>1 '0<1a(1 ii *'taV i I
ta:; < "t I the:l l:;ght.-t d -t,''t wi..t:
SV< r..
h\\ i a '-f l y .fu lo)I w :ii h i,.ra ;
!h-- d(litff-r'nit lpalnto atiata d i ct-
liill;' imnvit" thie pul)lic to call aid
.xa:tl ine, wlil-tliar you in;t lnid lnii\ 111;
,it r -o t or not.
\Ve- will ronlt vy4. a [-i ilo f''r a fe-w
llali i -.r ni,,li th and the- ra lt c'ii
i;pl i -.ali if piano i- hl)oi.t!i. ( a'l
.tarlv for fir-t tchiC'e.
J. M1. C(' i -ir s Mil-1t Hlors .
Sl-' and 114 Southi l'*l;attlx str,- t


The Appetite of a Goat.
Is envit-d by all poor dyspeptic-
whost- Stomliach and Liver are out of
order All su(h 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.


Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
Ween' Cough Cure, Diarrhaia Reitm
edy atid Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who u-es them
....h"..1 h. ,S.n l1.1On anta .i "


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S.iaubia Ldo F. O A. M..
G ill hIi -ld Tii'ur-Iday.
evening-, April 19. at t
(o'clock. Work in E. A. de-
g rec. All vi-iting brethren
are invited to) attend.
B ordfr W\V. M.
L. C. BENNYrI l,
Secretary.
Bishop J. S. Key wrote: T: rTiu-
INA 1 rethii:l Powders) was more
satisfactory than anything we ever
used.
A NOTEDl MACHINE.
Th' A ; n i /i .11lt, him ;, sold ft 0. .1
PryI','.s B /I Fu rniti'rlt HOpls,' is
not, Id th/iroiiilho if thr t-or/,l for ifs .r-
c //t nt irork alnd light riuiiting, wlhiih
Sra / /rylowis Lke: ) irt al'ts. Yo)u fdo
1,,at irnt mI f m ta-/hiii' a tiat ift tt .s ,t
't a/ ( nit i t i/iii fto ri"n. 7Tha n cta ou#l fI,
UK (1/1(1 n *// so I/ .u our /haft 1/t p 11 'ill
l/f' ii<--fr, a .'o f, '.,11. I i< al.,so .U ria/
ow of t/, l/irgerst up-tfo-dat/ .t,,/ks iof
f /';abri,1 in fthr '-if//-a ', ah/f/ing,
f'rorn the c-/o ai/i, mf tf ith, .tir, .tf.
YIiion- r d ti !/I),(/ irit h I. nwl
It, a ram t or/of liar.i
.l i r, 1 .1 f ht t-,prompt a tt, /, io, .
Ma !. O *i/i-'i-. i;K/ \\'!ii ;! 'o air'i
a, ,'' /',' ,in, t, /,,,//.,- .
;" in ;; Soaa'/a P '/ell, .
BLISS IS Till: MAN.
Chlis. 11. Bliss is the man who ad-
vewrti-es Pensacola. He does it right
and deserves your support.


NUTS! 10c. PERit POUND).
Jaitoby lnia~m;i-jk to WO p )4lmd-4(I4Ef
Itali:i it('li-:tmi it aa ml Choice H azel-
'lilt-..which lie i-- otleritiv, to close
otit. att 'IC11, c.ntpe1r I4,uln. 7itf
Fewr Fly Time.
Nfe-;re. J. E. & ACo).. No. 11 N.
J'laf,i In -x*t reiot .Ihave*ap ierf#vct# a r-
rat~2~)Eli~ifoir tiw man&itiract tire -it
thle ha 5 t wintdt aw sreat ii a vr-r a eod
upiponti il-; market. Fht-w' claim fair
it thai fahhaIwi1azd.i:,aL: ito.:
:,Wai'at t11w ciii .4 1fte ik
withoullt the 11-.. 41f t"' 1. Il : t'a.nll
:111d ;a-.h oof tl~ i- iiai ,wca ii. *g-iv
handrf.d riw' at t.'t I f- i Ii-I d tv.,-.I.:
t..rf .r n o-4 t I -; 1:1 a* t


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VOIGNTAIN


MINT TONIC


Ev ,ryboady n-ed- a toi.i thte-e
Lazy -s;ring day-a t ao driv- :away that
tiredil feeling. M tiuntain .If it T iin-
doat- this It invigorate-s andi puri-
fies the blood. It cure- the- wor-t
ca,,se- of iidiz.~etion. It cures per-
manently all stiomnach troubles. It
makes the sick well; th- weak
strong; and it aiv one who i! all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tri-d by hundred- of
people in Pen-acola. everyone oft
whom heartily recoinniends it a- the-
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim fr it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottle. for five dil-
lars. Try It. It is made in Pen a-
..-. nK '- Phil in.' KHannah. F'ur


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.1'i ite u..e, 7) ,CI

tea, 3 to 8 ye :. :;.,
Yobby.





and Shirts, with or witho'-*
Collars, 25, 50 and 75c.



Gents' Summer Clolthin.

Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7.50.
$10.00 and $12.50.

Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.E0 to $7.50.


*Special Prices on Patterns.-*


bii1iaiii ~o~stt&en


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

tozLRepairing Attended to Promptly.iz:
io EAST (ARI)N ST. : : : : : PENSACOI.. 1i 1


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SNMOKEI) HALIBUTl',
CltoNIXJtTN'JBLOATERS. flI () AN'D H EIt:l N'


SARmahNES am! all k-ia. :-


MA! IUIN-I'EAK.
K'l1'-RI:I lEIrtINI;. AN( -OIS jif
1.0 1 511-E1IS. CLA.MS.


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'BUY THE BEST.'


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\VAI:KI.\NiEI) TO FREEZE IN .: M N;I ; -


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107 Routh Palafox.

25centta will pay f,,r :ff Stnrday Fine furniturein s//,i,
-dition of the Jack-onvill. M tropo- styled, inclulinf ., "
lia. fa large s or '12 pap aper ), from r c s rs, a el.r re.l,!i1
now until Nov. 1)th. by mail only, rockers at veryre 1
and $2.00 will play for the Daily Pce'. Their stock is o`.%
Jacksonville Metropoli, fr,,rm now plete. Don't buy tan'"'//i
until Nov. Ifth. for ca-h in advance : i furniture until y/O" I''
only. The object of tti- unpuarl- 1
lelled offer ij t1o give the peopple of .,11 # #Aarston 't Cf l
Florida a chance to keep p< atd(I on stock.
the news of the comintr I political
campaign at extreme'y lIw est,. and The best 5 cent Cigar
also to make th;-im b'-t'er a''ia inui-fel
with the leading free .-ilvPr andi On the market is the
Bryan newspaper in the- 5ate. It- DURHAM. Try them at
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Regular Weekl Meetir g Held This
SM iriing.
A rpeular meeting m f ti bh, ir:!, of
public -aftty w,- ; l'd. t in tfl n iIg.,
C'hair;:;i Da'.i-ll >r..--; iir ld all
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A.il r.-.r io~-nc-el of tine Litltle
k- lc~ninntr. :i- Adeld I-tI luiiLt.
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I !,I' i V f i rt i I- if IM r. an 'l iM r-.
FV 1. I L'A. !.i I ,t f .'- | lv -" ii' i at ; :/
, with thI i:i in th-;ir h'-re \-vemneim t.
i t lit-ir toriz. it litti, -i x- -v:- -, i l, 1 1 AI -tn L -
t-r. J.-illni', lavin ii dit-i at 1 -k
thn-i liiiormIin.:. ltiterii.tent will takte
plat. ,'- Ii "rr w .
Major Frederick A. Mahan, of the
enininieer corps. I united Statts ariny.
wio i- well known in Pen-acola, has
been placed oin thle retired list on hi-
own application after thirty years
-e-rvice. He i-. a brother of Captaini
Mahman. and wa-a formerly secretary
,of tine lighthnous-e board.


I e irphanz -if t !.* Poarl EL4ga n u ivers:trv kof tlnf marrii'we4'f lDeputy
!ne-. e-cq.Ft*ed byln,v ii 't i'? 'n. ha tve IH.rber SMa-ter J ohn iPric". a nd. as a
11 V I: #,'ird I A% tt. ittl I A- F4.1k-'j tokp:m of tlne'ir lnn-rt regard atnd es-
V :?rl(i'. to a.ttertid the p#-rt'rx-of i -teem 1fir him, tin- other nteinber-; of
,:ie:t (luttet'.; ;tiI~c mAll t-o-ia~ght. the 4offief lorcp presented him with
1,. LJ.'n~fn-a:n. t I,. etliejeif p;outt r aijelevant silver pitcher. Mr. Price
thA fut he-rn t.i to- L~um rer 0, 1- justly proud of this handsome gift.
Al-Ililes too-div ald zinorm F henit asprAet*to him that it
NF- II ti It I- I I'" Ao o ar h n i w 4p e e t
%al of ait"1 t11a I-11011- a va difficult for him to expre!-; lii.
-;iuiuzder.
PwI fun'raul *-f Jo-Tmi e 1, ldt iiiliter No1ft" Healer In Town.
II~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~11 1~k lcetiz~ora ori The greatestt healo-r of ndei
S 4 :.if At cl ''vk ft 4111t i A, Uf~t Ill v r,-- I. 0111 BAN NIP R SAL.VE. for euts,
-W.N 'o W.- tr-. ;r tre.woiunds. sores, pilt-s and all sk in diu-!
*t re-i: at~t.Joini ei-te-s. It ina guaranteed. NV. A.
rm#-o ;At St J-hi*I DAleniberte.
Thinzio hi-upper zi''-'rn 'v It;"e
hem ~I.! Alt tilt. lt~4~ HLI: ~I1 A
Tw I n.1-AS n ( 'T) n 1pli
v -4 1t. i :Abr I I I :tI~n-;-i ~iThis Morninig
Tonit 'nAmthje boani d qf health


CELEBFATED W~it(.-~-
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lait ichi repolicrt t iat they saw two
niion-ter wlhale- in the- hay about a
mile to t le we-tward if Town Pointi
Iloy thi- mrn'tiini.
Thjvy we-r- apparently abluit fifty
f-et in l,'ii~thi and t!ihir Il:.ead< wer
a- hii; a- h 9lo ieh-a(. while th-ir finl-
-tio (od up like barn dtooris.
A- tni'y sorted about in the watefi
thep sent -treanim hih aloft that
lI, ek- l like wait'-r-sp< iits.
Saita iiI lixon Reed and other sea,
fei ini: ni-n -ay tlhey aire what i-
knowin l ;- Utinlhack whlialts a:ili that
tw.. or more li thelin nlter the' 1i%\
i # ai ly every stnimiinr.


FDRBES


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l'',ll,,Wv :: 1 i la f-t .ifia., i;-: f, -'if rrlor pain- ? i the IIe b:#ck. I
I), 1ii-. !I., '.T2 X: \ t 1.,.:lm-. ;,. l- t- 't i FOI.I:-'-. K I'N.- ('* I d K : la d
M <,I|;',ll ', : I 1 ,1:'; M' l fil -. 1 71: An[- oi4ne ii ttle cured Ine I r ciiiinleid
I k-ti. I Atlanta. I1 :.: t. P. ,;. it to) m y fruie.ds." It has giveii t.*-r-
I I.:nil .i ir'qi.'te. 1.2'-. f eet s;atisfacti i n. Take no sub-ti-
br'e-ezitg te-ni t- rature conititiini- in tute. WV. A. I) Alemiberte.
thie !):tk killini fr-i.-t r-irte(d fr,.i Norltlh Tlie (elebrated Singer.
Plat.-. T!hi. r(ecet -tirln, ce:.ter- ili J. Clutter's Music House has
thle Lak;e r. 'i on to-dty anud hi.. -ecutred the ageincV for, the Wondor-
,r, s-ur( -atteni(ld: lbv c -ar and cooler ful Sintier Piano. They have just
weat!,-hr i- adv+ i i -,, from the west. received a shipment of these pit noj.
M. J. \VXI(,T. JK. from the factory, and are the finest
s serverr. instruments ever put on the market
Ituznini: ore. ulcers., oils. pim- at the price. they will be sold at;
pl-s. te.. eluinkly v ned b BANNER these pi ices range from $250 to $375.
SMI .V.:. ti1e nm.-t ile:aliniz -alve in Thefy ar all in double veneered
thie world. No other "--jut ai- good.'- cuses. extra handsome polish. Each
WV. A. DI'Alemberte. is warranted for five years and are
.. constructed of the very best mate-
Memories ef a Wae. nra 1.
Mn eorir to a in ih. Please call in and see them if you
Did u vr try to dance wth are anticipating buying a piano in
frvi.nine.r- n.-ke'dl a L..,uisville gentle- the near future, for they are certain-
mann \lio had .le. n traveling abroad. lv beauties. As this is the initial
"I did one,." he continued, "and that shipment, we will make extra special
experience was tLore than enough for inducements to the buyers of this
n1e. It happened at a hall at Musta- first shipment.
pha, at the Hotel St. Georges. I asked J. M. CLITTER'8 MU'SI HoUSE,
an Austrian countess to waltz, and 112 and 114 S. Palafox St.
when we started I supposed we would
dance in the leisurely American fash- He Fooled the Surgeon,
Ion. The countess had a different idea All do-"tors told Renick Hamilton,
In her head. She. preferred to whirl of West Jefferson, 0., after suffering
niadly like a dervish on a space that 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
couli lie covered with a parasol, and would die unlep s a costly operation
on iecounnt of ier superior stretch I was performed; but he cured him-
on neont of her superior streteth I.self with five boxes of Bucklen'-
(-lung to hler. and we began to spin. Arnica Salve. the surest Pile cureon
"l'inally. when t seemed to me that Earth, and the best Salve in the-
we were perforinin- our antics on the World. 24 cents a box. Sold by WV.
ceiling with our heads hanging down. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist.


I co(iil stand it no longer ind. ga-p-
ine for breath. suggested that we s.;t
down. I saw two chairs gallolpi'!i
rIroiud tlie no n and prlepalred to eeat thin on the ntoxt lap. We st'eredl fir
tliinii. I clingl Ing 14 pllessly to tlite ath-
h'ltic lady. anId tlicn we sank down. f
Sat da< :'ed and u :ilii'.t irse -iiilteh i'.:ll I
was anrouseNd y tlh clountess s:viynig:
'ExcuIe e. I iiit we ari sitting: o'i
the same clihir.'" -[I,.troit Free 'rn --.
A R. i-n-- of Mhiigdntiiwn. Ind..
1.'-i t l -, ip ten 'r ,,rtw-[ve tin"l-s ili
tie niiht. aind ha I -tevre backaeihe
:nid pain in tie ki ine -. Was;curedd
Ily I al.F: '- K ll INvv('i'RE. It's giar-
ant e !. \V. A. DAltiiibertte.


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qfestiouf. Ask youir dealer for them.
NAVAL STORMtE MARK167.
Itepirced Daily for The News by
AMemerf. A. M. Mo~ea A Go.
ROSIN.

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9teresti 1 Fi8ures.


CatpitaI it the Y-our ir-"at IBanirks (of th e Wor'i.


Bank of England, .
Bank of France, . .
Imperial Bank of Germany, .


Bank of Rt


$86,047,935
. 36,500,000
28,560,000


ussia, . . 25,714,920
Total, . $176,822,855


FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL L FE INSURANCE COMPANIT $ 31
FOR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 311. 1ti9, 0 1
Or S125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Thn- new fiormin of p ii of Tinh .Miitual Life Iii-uraince (',nipaiinly of
New Yo)rk. lhRihar'l A. Mc('urdly. President. provideti :
Fir-t T. I Slt( CI 1E( TI'Y ,of $:(>I.s44.5:;7 of ;is4v-(.
Sicnl--l'l"( FIT ABLE INVE ST.MENIT
Thiri.- I~llBlRAIL IA .\N TO TIHEi1 INS. IEI).
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CECIL W I. LCOX, General Agrnt,
JA KSONVILLE. FLA.
V. (. CIIIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID ED1REFT I !"r, ,M,,,,,,-< ,i. -,r v ,. ,vpy 'r (ov-
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LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Duck Skirts in White, Black and Colors from MISS R. NEWELL, .AXnco wcr
65c to $100 DRESSMAKER, Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.


Linen and Crash Skirts trom .... 75c to $2.00
White Pique Skirts from ..... $1.50 to $6.00
The BetterOnes Trimmed with Biail a i.d Incertinz. .-nd all
m ade up it' the Newest Styles ....
3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This i? a Regular 7c Value.


No. 10 North Baylen treat.


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KREUGER & KUGELMAN,

WHOLESALE CROOERS =*
AN ENTIRELY FRESH ANI) NEW HTOCK OF FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED r-y o C-ur 3olcon fleoco liour.
Salesrooms, 132-134 E. (.ovornmeprt Street.
Warfhoii-e. Cr. Tarragona and C. r.:!; Streets.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900


A Stng Fortification.
Fortify the body against disease
by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso-
lute cure for sick headache, dys-
pepsia, sour stomach, malaria.
constipation, jaundice, bilious-
ness and all kindred troubles.
" The Fly-Wheel of Life"
Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are
the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
be grateful for the accident that
brought them to my notice. I feel
as if I had a new lease of life.
J. Fairldigh, Platte Cannon, CoL

Tutt's Liver Pills


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timinfa For Country Couaforts.1% ich-
.1... Tr" dTivenot. He' Camne
H&ek toott heE s ty&a1111t- IN
(cebI tMan.

N~cboii'itouti tok Lis ~fi'et dcjwix (n-cm
t be raditi. tcer. thitew l.7t'. IIItit-, tcftat (cf
Isis 'i n- :rn ai~ ill T40IIi olilst, 1tri4'r.
A'Ithinh I'll tahe a run oX 'or ti Mi-c-h-
1_Igaiteltc ci7(,--w. Sl Idthi. Iha itc't %itI-;
lied Thet old fotlt. in wwinran 19r ten
yeam antifc It'%*. t4-11ceetithijukltig aofth4ctit
all day. S'trn tigo t his lol-alM~ty 'i bli

t1_41kw .cclhi'csicE..i t'. %!1c'01 tn "14,11t-i ah:day Is
this' we'ail u'k'tsisctsiiulg:zc' :rwtiflcthe
tig -coal t.teiite In tIhe sitting rassna and

yawl. lOllN :armtzuidas itV.4- plo'as-41 al .A
go to b(Ad t'c-c' D oc'lchik.
"Ab. Smith. %,.4, att no L't 8a1thvls-2- litke!
that Old fire--ic!'- ji1105 S1.f'!hi
v'ity. Ilt-r'e".tiv'zyt Ling Ls chitic' (irii'.11
Yocu r-t v3our fiat r"-atixhe'll utceni 11"1 c
lesot Wite.tcr e sat icc-lgrcii -c. tt I -i-
ed toy pe-skitng itilu.icw.iaiii~~.. e

1c r-cl t.3 4 lice' J tlct ailic.i 3 4.1,7' 4TclN c1%';tI-.-s.

It is a lift. tl that Itisil t.. c 1.s'i- hl7azy,

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vall pt .11, 4!v7.; a -L, hait '!. *..

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%ion'l. r% zil ea elo, o ait c'ij't1k
"it Inn tllemzIi I re-oa-ivthsct 3fo cr at lfe
Nrowi'm S ona.-. Sow.'this iA n au'k. Ycav.
-~old imy e arily c ot-liteld1lsewand sur
prseunda ot e thc'%r11vinottietr dripsclv
a ,way bre'Lfw 7v-'. nnci vatany i:f thosen I
hrimtje in ( isller itivathes? Ifavln vno'ft'
W01.liny de1 arISfellow. yiu';j fec.!tlji 7 res-
-I moehlre'thanliehad ticl itt (o pur life.eo
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aay313 lol, n .4-o nml Ii SmIi .~t;th mfou.ndit)
troib'e5 inc lculd otlamng.his n olecin'tioncit)

Ptn iz '1 4''ii Nciitig .11141ill avir''.-. tivil
tihe cialii4i'1 114, L~ iacdc'nlth ing 6iicflto
J41 f4Ar7-l TIAtl-Ie' it~tg LIt. 173the 1.!it
-ci it*~ n.aenois,'ci cl inait) p no Til cal' t
fire; i~ll -altlAit i-11olilig '' 'cct sco- T-toul ha'si

boo.1t r i' t or ri thc21 ,57 ifs t'.itt-is no- ilt.IllSf
4p .'Itimi. 'q1 i:c cit -kilt 1in7fcictt.' fciI'

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1)ldn-t flbuianytang "n; Og-with the
old folks, did you? Cider run out!
old fireside coe t-4 with Icicles?"
*'too-k here. *oniith--:trd there wns a
world of pathos in Nic~!josui~'n's oi~
** wouldn't tell v.,PcU a wo~rd about that
t'-ljc if I 1%t:I~z n.-ct s-7.!~i it i- Uly du-
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I171-J!) IN ::1 ttci 1!1.111 tl :111 he4pur I:ttt'. the'
%i, r-i-iilyv had (all. t I itt wicw /.'rcc. itn-iII

lot ,( h:. .1 i~)I '.t i (oflat aii 4 li.-i'c. 'thiat

-.1 c'!,l::alI "c a [)ic'trcill tt~s ic~i'

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whiichi imaIe the Iprcesent Iook tinc' ti1
abitrtqlst. Flut I am cured."-CLicago
.i'enin.- Post.


*Nasal

CATARRH
12 au its stages
A nid be C1C1D11uMM&
EIVS Cream Bdal

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L ,'e o mz.:.Large S..ze, Sit cru. i:, U:,
ELY ;:.Y:u-,HERS. 3-WarenStre*.it. Nt-.vYork.



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New-spapTr Man Sullc iM.
l.r.xixtiT, Ky.. April 17.-J. T.
Dater, a wen known Krpntuckv un-ws-
paper c rr -,pondent, committed suicide
last night by shooting. Ill health is
given asl the cau.-.
Eighty-Two Troue Bills.
(;vTERsvTLL., Ala., April 17.-The
grand jury adjourned after a session of
two week, and reported 82 indictments.
This is a record breaker for Marshall
county.

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTOiN.
NlW YeaK April 17. Orgi a CMe
January ................ 7 9 .... 7.9
urua.ry ............... .... T 9
X arc ................ 8 ... 0 1.
AprL................. 9 4.5v ... 4.
.aay.................... ..... 43
Juan ............... .4 .... 9.41
July ........... ..... 4 ... W .41
A nas r ................ 9 29 .... vi
.,Opember....... ..... !.43 .... 6.41
October ............... *8 .... 8
Norumber ............. 7.95 .... 7.1
Uwscmoer.. ......... 7 99 .... 7 d
LtpoI cotton closed dull but steady;
midtlitile uplands Y:"; middling gulf lu.
GRAIN AND a t, I ~SujS.
cGtCAGO. April 17. opEs CLOM
W MAT-April ....... .... 60
% maAT-May ......... 66%.' .... t61
HiLAT-JuIy .......... .... M 9%
WHa AT--eptember .. .... ea0
Luow -April........... .... 34
TW7N-May........... .... 3
LoHI--July ...... .... i
UAi :;--eptember ....
UAr- p l........ .... 1.%
UAk-s-May .......... .l '4,5 .... 23(

UAl.4- July .... ........ 1 5. ,
UA I -S-epIein wr. .....

LA a- \prl. .... 13.(
an's-May.......... ..l "',9S .... l3. (M
rtv- L.A K \ornIl ... .... .... 7.M0
LA3-:-May ............7 `5";87,; ... 7 3.
L.Atj--J>ilv ...... .... 7.-7,
i.A.' )-S.'p'ternm ).r. .... 7 45
MKIrs kirl ...... ....7 72.1/
*tlu6s-.lia T1') ....7 -.2-,
MIth I' ........ .... 7 2 1
ji7 &-,e- t(nt r .... .... .7 .-t
-4AVA L, O'ron v.
\WI.MINor.,-. N. (7.. .A.r".! '.-Spirits
Lureutiti- 'nqt dy at 4:t.j,'144 rtciptil a
94,'-.4 i :o0 tr1- i v.tuIy aTti ceipts 34. Crtide tur-p.t:n e qutjt at
$! ..It 15: rec-eipts 47. Tar firm at $1.20,
.-t,.a ,AN April 1. Spirits turpea-
clUe irirm at 44 receipts .54,. 6 les 1.4.13,;
exports *JS. Resina tiitt nncd unchanged;
ItevipLs u :; saes oane; exports l,t4).
Sacrileglous.
.%A urchiu in a c-nutry parish In
Scot- nd. hartDg bten told by his par-
ents to read a n4'wspaper aloud to
tle.a, began to do so in the usual
drat ing maDnner of the parish school
lie iad not proceeded far when his
otl.er stopped him sort, exclaiming:
"You rascal! Hoo dnre ye read a
newspaper wl' the Bible twang?"-
Lodono Tetegraph. __
Son Thi K1d Y I AINUs B0

la thne e u
if^~T ^ -^f ^ ^


lit ittllpA -tirp'-iQ- alli ot her ua kp--
Tl.1 It. CCOii~liUt. pop corn and1(1wal-


G 'CNERNOR'S ISLAND). N. Y.
H ,.Malateh 2-, P%''-!.4a Iedlpri,-
;'eo:il4. in tripicatea, for furnishin-.
fuel tequived iii Dept. of tl-,t- fi-;t,
duriaug fl-cal year sending June :,ii.
1904, will be i-tceived here, and at
postsl and stations indicatted in in-
struc:1tat i--;tt-d hier.-iid.-r, until 12
M.. .;.ril 1'.. J!44m). U. S. ro-qerv#-;
I .ht ti)c reject ocr acce-pt any or all
p r' I 4 sal1- e r au% .v11,- t t h ft-o4if. Int-
te'limiasion furn i-itt(i cn pplicatictt
bt-. wi bor-i, d Prcpe%ak I-fcr Fti-iat
--..J AS. M. M 00)PIE.- A. Q. M
03. ;1i w4 t& 17j,2t
iaE~ i~avv! in Countwi4r ci -ur:. ik!
.1 itliiasl Circuit. S4tmit--a-: F!,,riali.
l;agdal [Ga-!t htc'to~ry Coinpan% ,Ia

Nlr-. lT, 1.- Ly midiC. tM. Colo.-
Thc t e conant inIC. M cIdomi.rnan r- tr. it, t
M OW: %. ~ :'tb11V %.'Vt'Itldat 11c];1'( f M i. *k. I :;# .
i'tit- rder t~i ho- jitrtll-h....I In 1'11 F I~v
rj a putcut.X (ti V. a

IF A I.erkCircutin (*jdt't
By H. H. Ei
YTlepai,75*L!(,r'.
ic--4 F;jrt. la ci %.lW-u


Agod M -lnlater Dead.
J ACK-SON VILLS. ill. ,April 16.-The Rev.
William 1. Ruti'lege of this city, one of
the suost widely known Methodist mini.
4i.-ier!; in the west. dio- resterday, ace 'c4;.
He- is u 'redit.'d wit h Ving the tirst t,
Fg'-='st thi! id;:'a 'a the G. A. R.., which
war. aefte.rwat'd carrik-4 ititcei' '.Mr.
H~t...gc.wai-boru in Virg.-P;14.
Hasnna In Good ea le:thi.

rep. cts -Ar.411 ourit tn-m N. rt .1k rt.,m
(ilt-II('t tat S.'ua7* -r Mark Ha~nna, Wiviia
-~'in.; at 011 P. -1w %IXIL M:-11, :1:.
Y,-..Hanna i; 1 J!,5-W>. ~. h
gut.!t, hail -, (L~Itt7cda -tt -t
&-i p hand %wa, .*ii1: i7L: s r -*ji z,

(ho10ed 1i114 Wife tip l)ePItfi.


r.~ i'lpin fR--mhr..a. a1i h~\. ~
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Cu .. ri \ l.. April N.-In \ '; -)inrt
rao-f t f iutm '.-l p i ;.. ; .. i rli *r vi






wrh' eas. of Mrs. Mary K. Appleby.
aggir .the South Carolina and G :or ga
railroad w ;opend ia v'd fond to' con-y




ta a judgment for $10,000 o fo r-
plaint .iff.-r- ;,'ro -





We will launder your spread; for
15 cents eaeh and make them n look
like new. Star Laurdry.

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


for Infants and Children.
Castorkxi-Aa Iharm~iless substittute for (;1ttor Oil. Parro.
gorie, I)r4is,. and sopot!hiag, Syrup'. i %Il.;~. It" N
contains neither Opi uma. Mirp .n14or Ot her Nar~u,-pi,.
pubstance. It 41e~trq~4b3 i brmaaGamod allays Ieverishauc....
It cure. i)Lhrrl,,vaa nid Winid (E1i.. It relic-ses Tvt-t1i
*iln Troubles aundlcuazce4 Constipation. It re-trlat... mt
Stomach 111111liov'eIk., giVia li.r b-albav .t.'lntau d.p
The Ciihi~rcn~s l'.au-ca-'rlae Mo~eitr'.%Fric tid.

The Kind You Have Always Boughit
,,,, Bears the ISignature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
n m .r er.va4 e t e ,u9.TT mrgu TttrT. mrw ya e'Ty.


W.I U

~7~Ic A5


ii!? ?~i: ~.ifs Allays hr!rrtat~, U s l:


T IE TH I NATehi-
T (Tceth'ing Powders)T ATi-'!:1HA Rc!icr-i t'et b
TruubIe of Ch'Id-
costs only 25 cints at Dmgg~is-ts. AN' A6LA
(': u2hiecuiat0C.J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. Mo.


A. M. AVERY,

[MPORTER AND JOBBER OF



[ron. Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cook::..
and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glass.
Agate aid Tinware and flousefnrnlaling Goods.
Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham RBolling Mills Company, Revere OtanL
Stitched Belt.ng, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Latin a Ranj
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck' ,, ,,rv
and Rangee. We. Coupe AOo.'s Raw Hide LTea Leather, Masury's Readv
Mad.. ~itrad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


F. C. BRENT.


WM1. H KNeWLES,


W. K. H) IR. ,I..


: '.'; L A t.


DURHAM Cigars are t.r-8.-len:. Vic. ePresit..nt is:.--. .A-- :
the finest 5 cent smoke. *

Try them at D'Alem- rt anal Bank
berte's.


PROPOSALS JOlt PtoolICF. U.I-
FO)IM.S.
Kom] --dt bid1'w i Ihp rpec i v Pd by t. 'i r. I
of Pti~ti!tc af.-tv ulti. Ari,I' j!..
f(er turm-limac ~ummn:r unittai, f r Iti.- j.
lice. d..part m,.nt. I lph' cRrol re'-.rit -, tnit
right to r.-' ct any (-r asilt hd.
F. (irACK MR I F. sI".a1.


May objeck to ;ittin' up
and buihlitn' the tire in
the mIorniii' but if you
commence with her at
once you may bce able to
overkum this prjoeodiks.
I regret to obsarve that I
didn't commo-n(e ar y
S enutff. It wa- a
rather cold mnornin" wh4 n
I fu t" HeBI-. It w-tn't wf'll
I ceived, at.d I fauliii
m y--'.f laying ,'i :!i,. t,,,'r
;'-etty -tuaid-!i:. *
I ;tha :.' t I 'l ;:it upa :'::t1
ltild t'. f n:** .'..- .'" -
Arte ::- Wi.rl.
W1:1 mild th (i if i if
giv- h ;-r ;i A.\ .k NtiF.
.E:.T Y '. a l t' -.;-. *'11l!1
hreakfa-t i- r-a, lIv. .-' *-Y c,:i also
-1p 7a half n-iur ;ia;er, ai the firr
is -t t rtd iataintly. Simr',- -71 *'-
match and your fir-.. 1, fia :!T .*




(f'rcr .00 Ru 'lf.s" nmow in
Rse in Pentoncoita.


Ranges Set on Trial.


PLHN GES '13.


L~aLtu711,.':z.


Pensacola Gas Col

VIO. 3 S. PAL &.FOX ST.


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

WM. H. KNOWLES8, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYEK Jh
D. 0. BRENT,


oip:1 uld iDosuti a p BloIi ui ELk.

ta'Wa draw our own Billl of Exchangre on Oreat Britaii:, [r-e: .:
Germanv. **'rance. Au-czria. Italy, Holland. Spain. Belgium, R-..a A :
way. Mweden, Denmark and on;her European uonntrie-.

Wjy"Veaael- Diaburred upon the Most Favorable Terv si.d ;.
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deastnation Ten or FiftFez. i .7
after Veesel Airiveo musef.
Wo'8afety Deposit Boxes for Remt in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartmont for the Use
of Btentris.




IMcMillan Bros. Co.
.900000101,b


THE ORIGINAL -


ST. LOUIS


A. B. C.



BEER.


V. sJ. VIDRh, Sale 'Wholesaler.

O-pr ILSO W3181113,HRIDIE3 is 11, IIPORTED IN 9LF
Pali Jones ad vfkho sprilis Colebratef i:;
p, TRY I eGITLE Of CELERY TQI',C.
l'fl. PONE 1I.-PA.. ~tX '

JU7G & FAMILY TRADE SOLXCIT 3
Proo e )4-live'rv to Any lPart'il Ithe 1c.tv,.
gimp411 ord.-rs le-ft at Th" ~fl~.ViI&l & Sm tfl3 Yaltl




TThYTU UI WS' WAIT COLUM!


SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


n U M6xr uit* for Oa

Celebrated McMilan Seamless Turpentine Still.

twoMOBftLE &WeM aLmtAiNt.=4

MOBILE, ALA.


fi ', - I .









THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORICA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1800. 7


S trong
Bones
In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children. You
should not foret that it con-
tains Swe and seda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bone and good
teeth. It's this fiorming time
vou want to look after.
growingg bodies umdsthave an
Ulklidiested 1aLJust fthinhow
much of it then is in aiii as crewn.

seers town
15 cN en MOMt easily digested flan
c-c~am. It'ssurprisng how cNIii
drcr' thri-ve when given 1tL
[Don't keep the chidren living on
6ei cd_c of sickness all the time.
M~ake them strong wd rugged.
paump and heafty. Scotts Emnul.
)n fCJ 4c-liver O00 and the IHypo-
p...H5of Line and Sodawild
th s',#,r them.


P I 1 \N S (I C '1'S


F AF> A % AT f- S W r;
LL- WL THEM.

A S i'*'( III t hrtl Old
I'st r i Il-v. in .- 1 1.

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I's W 2\ ...!i *'1I. S*- A AIthe II Ih
n r::i n s1' In i r-~i.
R e r 1 nILI i ''l- A~t,- I Ta1 l7 tis
r t. ,- t'.* i11A- u i i~lt Th%%? 1.o''


of .f.r.. ,'r ,if f14-N:1 T 1 lle i ..~
7 *z il (t tiy .lu4.:i-7 on. 4-f' : .jci~m ii

Iii~ i-r%..'raIf '.r :at .'r do niIU ah
-in 7 (iAf thiS et i .:ax ,fI~ li, sa.. ~ul7 in .

UP -7.UvIfl it. Ae' I (ofe' lit. l '. 110%% AA
.in I w:.71 1 --1AA.i '*'a !AA7n



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A 7* f VI ne fiii r. !w -S.7' 1.-1:_11

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74'
7 A V., SwA


r ,,i:rep r voilT wattc~l a- i~d
A'' c. J.I


HEAVIEST RAIN FOR YEARS.
32i...l....Pjel144('tat Off From Outsidil

!k1..'rl-Ki. April 1.H'aat-fromrn
nq ortho.rn ti ud c'-iit rd I M i2'
meaw"'r, 74 ']#.'gaph I aITAI jtelt'11ahone' ("Ali
n1Iuni. ~~..i~a -n1witi7-* ri lA'.-Ill.AIV Tt ArruleIa'(e.
The haii.." rr'a- r'''.-t**-:i,1)u6 1lav'AA
Mtjoe;a'-1ttw4)day.'.% Ti avl ndtruflic ir.
ILT~ly ilv I-tlance, alre 7U, U't4.R-'p.rt-
fr, AU. .J.w.k-". .nstat-- thbtt no) truin," hal.-
rna,--ed tirir.ughth(ilt- ct' vsin'e the ea,)nth
bEoil etlij Isiiger train aon the Jllhut-i-
Ct't.ral %a--sterday UI ring at -3 u'cl~s'k.
Wit:,tzib zrt' rep. .rted inw all ajirectitons
IC.-purt- troju Cr y- al Sp~r.ngs and Midih
P-11 -tate' tbht both COt-ton and (lorneramp
wtii] havt, tAbe rer~lwattt]d D in ni'an, lJ.t
ALL TRAINS ARE ABANDON Er
NM4)11II, ud Ohio Truck% Badly IDana-
aged by i'Iood.
MA lunx.April I17.-All trainQ (in the.
114lele' and Ohiu railritad bet-ween thi-
phla' -aun~l Murlilanu. Mi!-n., have been
al-wtidunt-1an, td tnotrman hAs left heni'
restrda. lwrn~ing. The Pertiou~
atr' Dnu] Na'rili*n it. ut'ira'l vcov~ered by
(l'tr A.Ua(1 hA' tue -tri'ri".zidous rain.
fall ana l,- .'I-re:nlh in tht- city datii.
lire' al, .r.].prtt i 111141traffic an thq
~% A7 IAa-e'lxrA -i.':a. .voihIrtui- paallv]'
wAAti tith.' A191'aw~l 4 ihi~a. i.4 alsaa ade'
I1 aA-, i.th' t, flavia:t t~a raeStiutti brtidge'
WI:.6. Eti.1til.' ucu.tn tel llliart..

~4 ~Ix\. Nfi,.- *Apr'l 17.-Ti~ ln."R4,4
l~7lI itll t ~n- li'I 7 a- reached
lrI'LT! :11 T!.1, I A~A 'lI-city ig (Al
A ~ ~ .1t .'A lit~1l ~ rid *eleept bv
A A 74 l1I~U ll"?i i' A jthat
XV w 11:eUwirel. All 7 Ii .11-;!t
ulat-L-I ada': : .jfor an '11. -1 .'111"-IjA4 11-01

ftU av 7'' R;4A .11.41 In L(Po' rlinhe a' t.daA'

anr~ rr .r.,A' 7 tA A ;tAis,?i Idig
.TI~ 7.' .::I '71'.al A.IlaAAt ,ilf j le'tt mi't

THE HONEY MAKERS.

tI nt it I-
La ll'AI'.. 'VA1 '7'A- al ''.:a'h'a f,1r the
1 '7iii t'l22 ti. ''..it'7li Iwi'Iis in w'Ain~ter teaes
a'u1i AAAi t iII'..1T'iallAI3' raar' bi'a.ud, e!-pt.'-
c.ia,:Iv 'tuA''. rd sprItjg.
NNVLe'ri t. art, ce'rtatin that the lwzeq
ha'.a'tIA71b sit Ara'- to) Last tht-nit. it if
la-I 11t U-t. i-turi. ttieulill Iany w.ay.
1'.:113'II i tit. slr~ing is a geie'd rime to
t'lran.7' r, 'aicithfie' lits""are getting .9 lit'
tie, ..i' and '.'. a-rn there.' iti very' Iittk'
Ifa 4'..l'nijV lq,'. 'TtPS 4tjI4Il'lf-S-S. lot-sure
lhv.'% 11:1'. e uiii a' ltl tel LA1A,,.1 '.f t e in iti~eptr
nsjI ., T rfat'1 %u.'ITATter. laft'l %.AlltenIthis otne is
a'Ibe'-iuia.'t tiat slie 'twatA.Ic~w s fertile.
.Ue t il h't. atoe ., e'a ..'. firing thie do'.r-
aT'P- a 1t1 elrIi c..t T(I i',''- I. lie lti'.'e -w.it h a


l'A:I ATAA 1,! I 11.0t 3a fiuaq-(AA'eA f thel.' ev'.'t
l~it t ll -4 a q-i'11'I I C T h.laA A3t ln.lt
:ao i t 1.' l. i l %%Tl''.71 A! Tilt' (4IAI7 1'



THE CYNIC.
'T!e,P !.-Mvr pt-; le'v A(A 7 l 1't


1:'... AAAA' hi'..- I ''..ai-fr a u::1T

77-~~~~~~~~ *i11. 1.1 t7AAT..'i.:lt


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I. A' 'A A.
A A- I. 7. 7 7 e''i'...A'' i -'
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c.7l(:ku1 le ai' 1 lle'etrimmited ('!.ie'
hIt .Ifor $1 *1 $1 anid 61.75. ill~e.
71~AA.Mixt-d Braid-i. etc.




('I7.Ceol.4tP (Creamn Minit aferra.
,I'.- 1" d ;Ilrer II-l tnet thA-'i. tell

MY ~ rx on A Finc(-'I are
headlqita/'tevv .. r r h amnw-
PIn t'CA's. eit her line or cheap.


1`i!EN OF MARK.
AAfDA1'. 7!('ATt T. A AbAli.
r A %,z ~ t- I:A.A AI rA Arl
At .A A.
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A A A A:i A

V.-,1 1 I,. i #. ,i41 i A1.1t 1 111 w ho
A, .A i tA-A v, t-r ay. %-.-.s 4a ru
go'o in the C'tO7Qit -1-t e, army ~f.duri~ngthe

.7'. A'.war 7 A 7-gi'illJuly and willAAAAr floa l.
7 *. a Atip 7t 1 San (1FruLA where.jU.4

tlsi' T llEAT 7Ito pr !71,7l.le l
GeneraI l Sir Wal T.'u7.tnr Butlerwho wInstI'
comaT nder b..(in cte'..' f' ind lyaduin. g theri
has tw'1e'sits aI".i i stCiflte irit'ur thi
per-,Iwich h'avnip to i'~i, l'rtacitic.- hi.'.A
Artil wituess the rk-risUTnvugo(Atthe hero-
ofittinder, iiith('A11': an !i(-tIl fgvcrnat..r
itbas tillJKuthe 11, aitn-ifthe IATI(ing.,1i1-
drolq ...]eit il a trA:' rf I'atCtIe' LA!tiugi' li&''Ae
fExtrq-:a tlit :. r eb1r i. Alli, k.dit upwith


ai.,l be is unablo.Ie A A:t.. I fA-.1. NI:
ovAer, a reolI- t LA;: 'i iAl N l '.l, o etmI i. Ilklr-
went fi.r' l.o. -'&: ; *I I I c, :itcl:'t ,r,)%'*,S

1a''jiaT-iIt t I'iA' If terr''l' to all
jilt. fri. w7a'' h t' I t k ei'7
1'411.117 7. ''",e %% w e.217 ", IAAt-
hl.A CI'. A v 0, t!A I ;i t S 4. v 11% '1
Th1.. I A 3A1':AA :! 'il 21711. I.. jA i~'*k A210:
F-oI P-l o'" e'I A it ti. t I SAe A. A4:4-..'
a X'"S(te 1V:Iry f w'.::[-. is ;ibiA t.T) 11I liktA 41
IAIAl%%it r7!.h. rii, 0 I i'!' Ib L a, lIllf7JA
I-tTit if T4' LU7 1e[AIZY li it' It' ars, fa

..e ...AAAA'I- ''2 I W ao raeste'r. 'who, .lit;1
el' Nb L~iza~it. Imi i- a~tItlt an dr ;if a salary
eid~ k a 'tr aIs managerl:ig crAta(~rlin
Ilaillilig i"Itt-l'o .-t if the. Plhilippiine Is-
hI nds.! 5 lilt] 'm; he.n 1; i ii t' 75 aelies stoimits-
sic neri tile' utailtlo I.t toI ay 111'acce'Ipt the cof-
ft'r. 11it,. sualry iat the. Uuive;'sity uf
AMir'igarl lwasa $1.6(m;III.


Deafne*m Carnot ti e ureut
by local applications as they cannot
ireaeh the diceas-d portion of the
ear. There ik only one way to cure
deafne-,. and that if by constitu-
tional remvdi-,. )Deafness is caused
by an intlanimd co(nditioii of the mu-
e:,us lininL- of the Eustachian Tube.
Whe-n this tube isinflaied you have
Al rulmblini' -s-und or imperfect hear-
ini. and whfn it en-ftirely closed,
I.-.afne--i th result, and unless
the inflanuination can be taken out
and thi- tubs, ro tored to its normal
C(O.nditioln. li#.ari ri, will I. destroyed
ftor,'v-r: rinT" (a-1-" 1ut 1if t; n i.r'
(.'ml-,'d by (..ctar't which i, notlin,
blut an inttii-i,,l( cnditioan of the
iwiciu,'> -tirtv:te-.
V. will iv. (i.,O Hundred D, llar--
f,,; tI:ay ca,;i of Dl)fafniifss cau-*-d by
,.It; :'! r t'i; ('ica lla ot be ;rcufe-l a1v
l I;i;l '- 'atarr. C(_'t r S-nd for cir-
F. J. Ct:FNYx':v-&Co.. Toledo. 0.
v.;1 hv I vr u iL' -; -. 7;I'.
H .il'- i:'.tn.ily Piil- are tlie lf-t.


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COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Hare /you tried Swans'
I Down /lour.' I is the whitest
a(ld sweetest 6n the .4meri-
can market, in barrels, half
b,,rrels, l pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Trel I)elatour's Ginger
.41e: best Mineral Waters
on the market. equal to im-
ported goods. and only
S1. 10 per dozen.
Try our Fre'hl/y Roasted
C offees.


ITIs. .,IIL'H(;H.
Ul'holesale and Ritail Gro-
rr t onem 10"- .


W EAK KIDNEYS are dangerous Kidneys because they
are favorable to the appearance of Bright's Disease.



SPrickly Ash Bitters

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

IT IS FOUR MEDICINES IN ONE. A SYSTEM TONIC PAR-EXCELLEC[E.

PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE PREPARED BY PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.
SOLD BY ALI. DReOGISTS.


PAST

BOTTLE BEER





HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING







TRY I-
A CASE L-T


THE ORIGINAL




S. A. FRIEDMAN,
Proprie.tor.

AtsENTS FOR
High-Grade Liquors.
Silver Brook, Private Stock. Ben
Hardin Sour Mash, Very Fine:
Friedmattn's Celebrated ld Pri-
vate Stock. 12 Year Old; Old
Silk Velvet, Kentucky's' Perfec-
tion of Purity, and L,,)t. of Other
Brands which space will not pe-r-
Init to mention.
The Largest and Best Sl--eted Stock
of Bottle Whiskyv :lind Wines
for Famnily l"e.
Tei Juz Trade is Our Main Spcialty.
Alo Ag' rt for h It Faaiius Pa t %t l-
weukli Kteer. lFrt I r.'i%'ry to very Part
4 tiE ie ity.''.
P1. 4i. Box I'. T,!'l. !:>Ali 17.


P"' 'SACOLA FLA.

"THE OLD RELIABLE."

3-. 3Mu&ller,

Choice Family GraceriBes,

<4lnur, Meal anil FBeed.

Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


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


OUR


NAME'S


PANTS !


4
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Said about tO) pairs of
long legged. sort legged,
slim, fat, passy, bow
legged, s-traight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
mnnts. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
.im, pairs of pauts in one
day is a good many, but
what :about then? Some
are a dollar i pair, good
cas-in;ere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
Zood c:t--iniere pants.
6o1nte are, three dollars a
p:tir. good cassimnere
1ipanti. Somell are two,
threat al:d four dollars a
pair. z-ood worl'ted pants


WE DO NOi

buy /pants for adver-

tising purposes-to sound

cheap. We bih good pants,

pants that are made of

good goods: pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch

pockets, (tf watch& your


o. Box 6. money pockets


SOMETHING NEW

*,EVERY DAY,



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tolopxono 80B.

ZWlPatrotls. New and Old, ; ire Cordially Invited to Vi-it and l Inpect
their Immense Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT J .ANI'A:Y "-7. 1'.x).


No 4). No. 2.
V.15 140ofl II :2a1I) Iin
1.:5 p min ":50 111 x 1t
1:!--, p III llL5 a HII
1-:3)it a sI7: 1a III
) 1 113 7:11,1) titI
4:," toe In) 7A:-6 a III


Lea6v,. Pn-steolit .... A rr:'A't
Arrive- l'onatoit A I'!v
Arive .. MNI Ae ..a- .4ari~rt',
Armilve 'Now a 'rlearm. Arri'.
A rrli'- CM l ontoine-ry A rri%#-.
A4rrive ,. ('Inc21 iti .A ri


-N I N A. 73.
4:1-7 p aa int t 1
nt fia44n t I g 121(1t
7 W)a Ta1 7:15 pj) aII
I2 :-' a II Il 1:t:ip fIn
"t : 2 1 I I i ft III


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


No. "_ .
l. l. t ,i n11


No 3.
7 ;.1," it III
7: A-a inm
9: '. it ill
' : .; ;i di


Mei Ttoll


NAA 77.
It (NA 71 ill
TE.2aA 1j faa
4. AA74 (55
. 7.a 7) lit


No. ""2.
.7: '' p in
1'2:5 p rn
l-':."7 p lit


nights in


case your wife u'ants to see

if she is actingng half of

your income) pistol pockets

and re freshmen t pockets-


WE SLL All *



WOOl PINTS,

Solid as a rock. plain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2.54.j that will keep an able
bodied man bU-y nights and days to
wear them out in a ye.r. and for
$3.4Ni, some n'w faIncy ca-"iir.ere
pants. lapped A--ai>- and creased


kniee-.


i it 11 : i' it Ill 'i r alini an: :I p ll 1 11 .nooll
.iA i i. 1o11 I v.-r .1 u:i i n .''t :3t p1, in 1 :: I
7.2 p In .1kA .2In ii i.' ':7 a ll
7 .:2) 111 .l ,'k .i.a Ill" *:-l;; I InI



Delmonico fotel and Restaurant ,


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

":.. e tooms foP Rent by the Day, 'leek or Month. f
311, 312 Norlh Tarragona Street, Opposite Uniom Depet.
O-Teiephone 68.--
--- GEO. WILSON & CO,.-
Don't Forget to Stop *ith the Fat Man.
FRESH VEGETABLES MIV DILLY. IHOLESILE All iRETll. -A.,
Hello! m Bordng Pensacola, Flria Iain't., but will,
at the Ielmonic,. Pensac ,Florida. ,,breafter. A


,ur6- wor-tfl


pit- f"r t.,, that ar'e -imply great.
Patroniz, oiu Pantry. it; l'yJ-.


THE


POD


DURHAM Cigars have Iron bedsteads are cool, -
been tried and fire test- comfortable and durable-
ed. D'Alemberte sells J/st what you need for
them. -summer use. Call at Mars- IC o s
Son 4 Finch's and select
Suboribe to THE .NEws only I ,
cents per week. one. __ The Bg Dowm Towl Clotkiert,
ROSS & co.'s Smoke DURHAM Ci-
w~rvnowv anrFv- ff._ars at TDAlamrnhtaslt KAQAK11 i Q 'Da1a..^vw 4


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900.


BE NO FUSION THIS YEAR.
Repuhlilaat. arind Puplulift- to Noml-
nte %W.pate ; i e-kt-.
W A ,' .',. .. "" .". -

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COLO*W*( OF WE ST E RN ERS


I .. F A r


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Tilt'.SillVIII


S. 4 4


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4. *44



4..

4. 4. .4. .4, 4


A Life and P~eat h Fight.
.4r. W A. H in"- rof -anets eter.
11. I .. w ritin ar sit hi.s tlah n .-t m ir;A.2ua1....-

4. i 2 r C.a ~ I I I I v i. 4 I~




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REAL ESTATE,

Rental and Insurance

AGENTS.
1~~~~~~ ~ ~ 4 .4 :* .-*: r :i ; 4 *


Easter Barogains







COHN FR [DMAN 8&


0 0 RACKET STORE.


as i l- :g.d i .




Wash Silks and Organdies.


( ,,. : .- (


-1adies'


SPEC14L )NOTiCres


OjIVE OffiT 4


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16 1 w io t l -- 1. A 4:1 k11 11 '1

I4t n f i S o 11 1 4 1 1 4 (I h .Y'n 4 a44.

41,~ Ad Awm ti-* N .r 1- 7. -iId A titi-rt)Di4..'A.
A-I's'. v ;I '.* t it Fn tu ii sv f ..,F I-,
H r 4r ),I .1 47- (I 4 i V eto L4,
* '1 1:: 44 444414j t44 I t. J 7.. '.141 4ft I.7 NM a r ,-!
I44~ 4~n % r. -I,! 'I'- % titr(-!i --
h u n 1;. 4.f r t .A:4. \ It. : i.;I, %!d Mt itrc h .t.I8
-4 % ,t4 is t *zetsjhc
r I4,U !'i. .-.- 4 P. 44'.'~ M stit
k PIi o 4 i ~ :,I I N 4 r,-.11 CM :,r '.
444 ij '4-~&4~'A .44 7


4 4 4 4 1 : ~ t i N r I 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 I t J NY a .j V 17
1 2 #1 I 4 4f ',.. N o r III l.,on ,-I vI .t 1- c-4

(Ith t ,uA .-rI L w
..~t i e g r N iir4 a.l i 1I 14 d H stin''u r'g % f)\'
M o-, i-in:. k Hi-. !'..I '.441 p, oI ru n F.. '
'1'444t A I t 7 M.*. l a r- .il a". Nlltaf c'i


t Ui. n po r G" r. 13 444' a t i.41fl4144 l V 1 is '1 .:
l* F rl t~i l ti dj r. I hii,1 -170 It,.%411; l~d R ,) *tp rd a i un M o .r( ti -;
Ooit '~ '..C., A pr-I 1 7.-W while at Pit-tas. 1?,v1.2 bid N ar cl.. Nilrch ;.o
Vokebt-I..P. It.01st.kiIISINoiftar.-:11ti.. jt-bt,
wfork 4'itI-,.' Seal,.iar''s i';W bridgr Itl. ipan. 64m at Bahia Jan i2x
&Crf* tle 42i~njT" Ioi (jWIll- 4.t Ontiod. Nor. 415,. 91d London March Lhij
m '~ t e C4 ~ be ow 1 T. ct ,onfl aiuta. Nor. old Lv:th M cb 10)
44 ~~V iriania. It, aid Wad.-ars. Ieb 2to
of tbC W 'i' fell frf~tn lii,. hiddll W~iliford Mudg..t. '12 t'. alhar-itiR Li
elan. turwA v.4.r i-e-v. -,-&l tinm,,mand odil. Mcb 21
app earofd lI-r e-,tb the 'wit*r. A rp)
was IiiWero-d and cont4a(if hi, fellow woi. A mr.u named E. Presion, of Pres-
men cliilwll 4wn. 4booi-vint-i the WA.- on*Ile. Kana., wrote a letter the
At.h nd hh-eii.-d the utnruaomn other day. smriug the opinion of.
bred hie, .`rLW~0V1T everybody iti 1i ki town who has usd
r oley's Honey and Tar is, that it is!
All In Joics.knvilile. the very best medicine for la grippe,E
JA( K'-b).1ILt.E, F'la., Aptril I7.-Bil colds4 cough, etc. WV. A. D'Alem-
Arp eis Wb.-zv'. He wao bxked t~ lt -,berte.
am at (ainv~tville S'aftllrelv. but W&.4 u?)
abl tb fU h.* da'. Hi' rtiriti.. i Judge Candler Breaks Rerord.
not c'.n'rderMd -rinuS. but [hsi4. Ilfl(.u, 4 .. AT'LANTA. April 17.-Tberp were 9
a gro-at d'iinblm..ai tt inotit t41 his inativ ate4e on the docket when Judge John S.
frienle. at taaumv'vi~lle and other pnut'14 Candler convened oourt 'Monday morn.
where het ivi'.l, ook-1 i, It- t~cure. inR in the criminal branch of Fulttm s'u-
our *'l..t Postsa Kateo.. 1Wi~r14,r ourt for the spring te qll. W ) n
T'hie tir.-i 1:1 -.% ul i44 ltl '4I ,4 II.% il,, :, ,4 t."'urt adlj'turned for the day at 46 o'cl-' k
9f gbol.a: %.4 .11ialt ito ( t, (:, Jliit! 1. cades had been called and dis1m,.s&A of. 2
17..with ratie-% :s4 f-11.4,1-. Those. W. Carter of Aqhboro. N.- C..hrg
.Not ex-t-e-11litig: 311 l. ev.4 w-q?. had kidney trouble and one bottle (of Draw
(he-r 3 i' i. .c L g t 4 l FoL IEV'S K IjuNEY C 1UR E eff-ectoed Pi
8 cnt~perfect cure, andheie sitvs therp.re:M 11~ti
to%, r art, i, -t 4r4'4".i~ (e ijilt 4. remedy that will compare with it. each;



4*'N er 1.-.41 :midl tit cx vtt C1ig 2,N) sem the to1UW Yom 118,4 lwU sBW .g 111,.uail

4 %4 r 2 a i a It o -ti.4 ex ', .'. litg 2,'-' -P0Ii
UliIl.S. IT174-0.111S. D raw,


4 )x cr X o 1 1 t 41 w i4t t 1 1lt t1K 47t44dC-041

4 0% -r '2 o 4-11s. hiia
It 4flit 4111 4% 1 11- i-3 1,10 114A1 1 44'!. ':t i'-t.'% I w ith
IS~IC II i~ .1. t .4~ I1 a t4-; '41 .a~ t 11 Il i) obi le and N ew O rlpa n Sa!tor *13
It-tier utoimlr .uc!!:idi%-e'rs~ 1i-41Sl schedule +-iv n ight. April *21l. tav'i hg Uliou
~i t .. ii" ~ Th tgl t Itti t w ~ Pitp t a, 1#)1:3(o o n reg u~IIla~r j~i n ..e nger
4ID (UL ~ 4'Itt I.' ~tt 4ilIKgle 10 14Ttr tra~in. F'ate f* 'rr n iiam' trip : P en-a-
WAS aR ii '4i ,'.-'1 t WO SI44I~c'~ dS ( b'lhi. g'qla t ot b M obile, F 2.WA; Penizwmt~ a its
itirve 5lI444-tS .tryilt'. four: SI~e-ts : 4111k4-10- Nt W U rlfa A, *45.&1I; froliiii Canton-.
ruplebi 14I't r. co 4-t it tilt-w i Icfour .Iid i llt-tlt A]Lie tF P ~-I '.;AC0 lJ. P,, raie -
not v4X&Pctd ITI (01,1411. Jt~irinirtileepber will apply tit ticket


Atier ILatiripbpe-Whao?
V-Auall~v a rackinsr c-utzh aind at
gr*eneral fee-lincof we-atk ne'4. F4)1V.N1l
H o N.% y% ANto TA R '. uar nt .-.I tO
cuire the ".Iitte c-ngali- and IIIi hcile


,a'ent liitam.u-. PnrciiA-ie ticket at
t~k'.-- Tit kel-s gboodf.'r five.
Jar.t.,returnflIon #l v roreu lair pi --
vL-414r ti .im. aOI' furtm er infoinma-

R(IBT.KINO 4or


N tT a t 4 .
r 4% -, i 1 4 :


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Nick A postle.


SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLE'S.-Illn-DrIel Saps No better Cigar for
P F. X SA CO.T. A. F r, A. the money made-DUR-
HAN-atD'Alemberte's

lr->-A.=Wc30Ttx.ML.
Ban t6 TM KW Yu Have Arwar


LAI Flzzm


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


NZITHZKthPcsbpt&;;,,--
nor consign-es of th-
bktn Ott& will bo
sible for d@btb coutfs.
A
W. I.- Wittieh &Co.


J. L Ste henn hap a N r.!,-
Meat of 911d St,-rlj,-iW :411v.
Roger" Knives. Fork-4 ar,

FAECUiU'104 N(PI k.
All er--fitlbre. lo-uat.ve.
all oittwr perojj% havinj
isgPoirait ttlo -,;6t -,
Will']', tw0years.
:!J rn -onwiqw


YOURS FUR BARGAINS FROM NOWO ON,


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f'! u --. !. !. : .. I.. '.. a I i ;


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Alllli ervr e r-ir i-e. t


MATTINCS. CARPETS.
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.




Wait I'll You
YOUR-; A.%%'Xl()('.-4 TO

Cohen, :Friedman & Co's

RACKET STORE.
Mail 4)rder- Attcndt-d t-,


BIC


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F'It ION% 1-.
11 J-1 -W1, Ps




It" 17"Ok l!I NKRAI,-
pri)rvipr:%
%111, X"',1--tto Nllor":io. :fi

;Irv 41 4 4 P I If


Trio V

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tat,! III f.,
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-,4 rt t-t
vrithill t!
ottj 4 -0-f


'a rl of- i: t H a f
111 %1, A
IAT '0,11* !1:

Avt v 'x.

1-4 floAl" :;-:,i :T I,
ti,
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125 Oeiats


(etj <- -


-- AT'I' -


W. B. WRIGHIT COMPANY,


Aick Rpostle's R~estauralcr.


UKJWNW
I LI I V I's L L
-NICITHER the Cftj 'it
ers nor conomno
TrPsellf n
N sible f-ir dobt. C t,
I's
aster Salet. E ast er S ale! the crew of said vessel.
Gulf Tramoit co.

ElIff Etc thf. (-AptA f
nor ron9bgsio-ve .,f
re have Received Our cjpring Line of Up-to-Date Alhallo-wijj tp r-%r.,.
I debts coutractPol !,%, r
or said Tes"I.
T. W:
Dress Goods, Ladies', Ilisses' and Gents' Verrault Jumhervo.. fit;


I
Lm Dozt-n Ladjo-s' t4leevolp.-;-z Vest,,' 34)-inch Solid and Whit- Duck,
U -Im Thread. our price 2;-)c each or 41ur prief ..... ................ loc
$2.7 5 dozs n. I Yard-Witle S-a 1-iland Ott-pn
12 Dozen M en'A Fallev silk- Front Zit ............................
Bosom Shirts. our price each I Yaid-Widp Fitc!:ville Bleach-
all size,4. el, made b v Co.,
2t) Dozen Fanev and NVI.ite Silk whi!,- it I&!-to ................ 7,2C
Pleated Bosom S1Art-.ourjsrj(.1$L1'mj, 641 I'll c#-- 1,:itf--;t Cal"co at ...... 4c
a I I --- i :: es. .. I -(';I -,. PO, I h I I I C.; Ginaham


I)oz-n Nfpn'q FrPneh Neck Bal-
pan I'tidershirtsat*215 cents each:
wers to match.
Dozpn Mpn's Finev ,r Colored
ri Front Undpr-alnri-.4 at 25 cents
i ; Drawers to match.
Dozen Nten*-& French Nock Bal-
van or Fancy Undor.-;hirt;, ni(.-P
ity, at 46 cents each ; Draweri to
Ill.
Dozpn Men's Hpavy Weight
or4rgaa Vndf-n-hirts ai 5(1 celit-.4;
Pt-r-4 to Inatch.
I I)tlzf--n
o d price, fi for 25 ef-tits. or 4-7)c
vi: f-mbroidor-d neek.
i D(izn Lzidit?-' and
drpn-' with
N velz. :, for 2-le or (47)c dozon. I
Dizo-n L tdie-' S!, eveless Ver^ta.
smilk lape -Neck. 2 frr 9-:)c
d# zen.


I A 4. I-AIA01111 -m ujugnain,
rr;,.u ts. (I . . . . ;),c
Ju-t n-ceived a hill of rkirts
:illd Shirt W.,i,:-*. --r zics-- are the
lowest.
I'a r i -, J a d j. i) r I:i, a t -)4 P. T.j.
I 19 1 a lid $;
La (I i,-- I r rj o in
lato-thad#- at-l
All in Lid;t-.' ;jlj(j
Cfjildrji'!4Str,-w flat- atd S.silo)r-;
alQo rnIl-, Nvw Spri:iz Wating.
at ]*-, 1,-) and pt-r vxrl.


We carry the hrzp-zt lin- o-f Men'-
and Boy-C ColorsAd Shirt-4 III ull- Ci"N I
-it the Lowet Pmefs.
,:16-inch Spring wir
p rie( . . . . . . .
:i-itich Vory S I it-ssr NN' I j it e Lztwn.
n ur prj( . . . . . .
27-melt Cheek Nain,-(-)(,k. --,.r
p rice ..........................
30-inch W!,it- a nd ( d,-rpol
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GEO. A. PIETEIRSO-N.
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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1900
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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 13. 19C0.


NO. 64.


?p:NSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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elI-me teras 11ke--lhe tt'-t r%--'-.utt
liv t,, alp.4id*- I-'.v tht- re-suit-if t a.-.

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\N. 1'.. April l'-.-T!e . -

ad h-#cil sho~t i-.untru*

':I work ni-i.- with @twelity
4-f15le co-enft'lit W-t gilan'di-a by'.
A .va Irv throeugha tme Uiws-rvI.


A 'T. x.. April !-.--Willian:
4\iT arrived 1tvre" fre'nnhi-, west-
i1 Tnorterli. He will rr-
%%re ith IaI't fsniily until afte'z
** I' i''ci'atitnational conlventiinlt.
_. m\"ption of a fow e;hort
*s.e.North. Mfrs. Bryan and
.ldo aro ple-asantly settled
ar I it I- -zaid that Mr. Bryan
a.:::'.Il~:in a huindainemne residence
eeu-ed by tinimielf and fain-
mtsl.r home.

>''."! that keeps4 or. hxand and
'e 'Ts~el:IlV the celebrated
A-it BrrrERS is always a
_,*, A~t. f.Amxily. For 5sale b.;

!Fir Thomas ULputon
d t'uieSaIIri.i'i~r' snd
,er-:zin. but Io- i' al-o
.1 -I rl~iluf.a(turer oef ceio'in"
I datatit". 111A1aa neeted
.,,Id i mporte-r of fitieteas.

..--d wo 'mrld. Jacoby'. tti-
r.icvr'in'F ha- ju~at r#-ceiv#ed
TZ~le" of itir lhq'iia is
I a- ard co)rdiztlly ali-
ef go id t .-a 1em 1

.-t rein'eiv- d furll Iml.'-
1--"Ibrat.'d ('aktn-. 4 :a
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Tni si t ;,4,1'd.'n Seal i I'-k
A d 1:i P~tlacking C-,''

h ,wtinTtlc'.e-i u-tilj l in mi'l

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-51Ia ii'l~jrac'ibv'rmecis

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-A !I. profusion Inievery don-


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N~-t e~vfclzwill W Uh f.follmowpd by
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Comm i Qu tatilon .
N Yk. AprI'tl 1 -C('ottonn i-
*ii,','*, tm-.i ',v as follow-: April
.t1d M:1y. 9.4#;: June "and July, i 41;
Aiau-t. St: September. 4 .
Iidii-estion is tie direct cani e of
di-,eta-te that kill thousands of per-
sonw annually. Stop the trouble at
the outset with a little PRICKLY Asii
Hir'i-is: it strengthens the stomach
Ind aid3 digestion. Sold by Haunali
ilros.
('re tilt Circuit.
The case of Myrover vs. Pensacola
E. T Ry. Co. ended yesterday in a
verdict for the defendant. Counsel
for tne defense desire THE NEWS toe
saw that a statement in a morning
paper to the effect that the defense
introduced evidence that the plain-
tift was intoxicated at the time of
the accident i-s erroneous.
The cases of Maude Robinson and
Mary Louise Robinson vs. Pensa-
cola E. T. Ry. Co.. set for trial to-
day, were settled out of court
The ea-e of Carney Lumber Co.
v; Rix M. Robinson. also set for
trial thi- niornii.:, wua di-posed of
by a un-suit.
Nearing n o'uip'etlon.
CO.NWAY. 8. C.. April 17.-The (oin-
way anti Sea.-hi roe railroad. a sort lint
connecting Ounway and the beach, ,
now within one mil ,,of being completed.
(ireat diffimulty is expe:ieni-d in getting
a .. ffiieant ruxnibi-r of hiinmh to deo the
work ir4ee.'rlv'. lbut thei rind will be tin-
ithPI ain timn- for uninmer travel
(Georgla'ts Fruit Crop.
F.' 1T Xa L, (;:i Apnl 17 -J. H.
Hai. pr. -Ii-iut of the Hule Or rhar i
".,,*.;!m 'y. who is l k.,injg afti r hi'-
,. :, barrl of oo .,. h, tr,'.-., says the 'rp 1-
Ma '.Ir''.e ii'Iw antl that (I;. rcia wil
t.:; t lm'st 2;.t', ar- of !p- 't's an'lf
2*'o .rq l an ar-..' e. p!::nti dun glg.Tuinearna
Ju:v
I'lagut In i uirkle'y.
TlI :.. A '::: 7; 7 -.\'a i urir ak of
li,:!. in, pL ar'. 1- :'* r'--.i rin h.e .T.t' tr i-
r- i '!:-'*n t it t ir !i'- Turki-h frt nti0 r.
ie e,' t'., '11- ..-, .aip'" ar 1 'thr.-v we"k,,


Sfer i1i'eli ,- ili s-,m- !t it-sI lead
f:. ftath r teul'eI .f:-r the pati -nt i-
- ,po..-id to tL ve ;p,-t-d the l:incter
;',..l:t. Fee f)" '.- HoIN[EYV ANI TAR
tfford- po-itivt- protection and se-
c'iritv from t' ;,e Col 'H.s. WV. A.
D' A 1 !l.it 1'rr:e.


EXPERIMENT WAS A SUCCESS


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i T'1he .jl' the' r' thati
I i..er (4. Lignitt' ''1.es u it a ,)it ki's '1ei
lilt 0i 11j. e tl'aeir li:-I 'll ilv h j
zohP b. ..a~l e yll-'n W~ilhms'lnim 1.I't
Iil 1i? lrizI ll IItbils 'irio li't' t 1 4Vtim tka.' 'iI tee'u

Tlie h.mr. frtw id~Avs pa~t. hv
xeit Ia lii'ilay'iug giVe'att activity talfcaig the
l?'ei!*ershtui'jWand ii Vilu,. t~'road. Thvir
.niciotuLs report them advauwiug uu those
pe~i'ict- ti the reli 4 rof Wepener, aiml the
lmr zhers,. oa,%P(uentlyd. are divided
\vhltth.'r to reiziatu for retire. A majority
,if th#eni desireto sealmandon We'ieee,ncr
fearing tto I*- rut tmoff. w bile the minterity.
!(,d by Gl~xnmandant Oibvir, are reluct-
atnt t4) move as lolng as there is a oliauvee
to eapture Ce citm-1 Dalgetry 's garrison.
Scouts hav.3e ju 1rppi rtett reeut tiruig
in. thie dinliIet'mitJinAfThabanchnIIII.


TELEPHONE GIRL IS DYING.
Wits Victim of Peculiar Accident In
Chicago Exchange.
Cii, AT),. April I7.- Prostrated by an
electric shock. rteeiv-d while at her
dezsk iin the offices of the Chicag: Tle--
p,,ne company. two wev-ks ag .. Maud
Turnbiull now lies at the po int of death.
Physicians have be"'i unaable toe relieve
the alntinnnus twit'hirg of th.. girl',
nu.se'les, while the l.--:-anlp'lI.'i't of the
ncrvolus sym.temn has l% u.msd vil,]-nt heart
convulsionss. These r-sult in sinking
spells, when the pu-ls' c,.a.e.-i toi ..-at un-
til iuJme'-ti(s oif try:-'lnine are admlnn-
i?.rer.d.
Mi.s. Turnbiixll wa.. in 'harge of the
lhard whi-r, t ,nne',tionls are made lee-
tw'-el the v lri'n oiit''<-s oef the cotli-
anvy. Sie, h!il ju-tmt made a connection,
hl.ieing the plsig in h'r left hand aud
trh- ree.-iv.er in h'tr right, he- ftinger..
, hayna'., tAo Iob .' ,v'1r the metal atta ,.
il Ir. t vhiehi .ent thte -nurrenit thruuib

Anatrc'iit I'lot l-rast rated.
lK , Ap'r; 7 I..-- \n :iuarlhist plot
h..- ie-ln ,in .''ov rii .t An' ,nif a a city
. 1:'1 fr-' T- rt ,.f ,e', rail Italy. iUn the
.\ i:'r a.''. "- N 1ul,- 1, milrn wl n.irthe-ast
lt it, Thl" ''' l .seAized a number
.1 1,tt-rs frtun Paris and America and
a:rre-t-ld tIlth r'etip<:ut.ms of thles misives.
To CUl-t. A t0 .LI IN0. ON'E DAY
l'akt- i..xat.ve Bromo Emunin- Tsbl-ts. .All
Iru iggisr: e r-fuind thea tviy i fy it fal.ia t
;nire. }-.. \V. urove's s inatur, 1"i eon achb
botx. .Ce.

Remember the date. Wednesday
ev-ning. April lIth. at S* o'clock.
The Little Folk's nTinstrel play at
Clutter'smusic hall. Admission 25
cents; ticxetson sale at Coe's and
Clutter's.


**Ill Ia c < .1 m :'' ;. I' :1 :1i :. r- I I i i .
't r I ,, .:,.e .
t',,* ..* . "' . ;, ; i 1: I..i-t v ,.)
", \,'i'* : :i I; V. iii (}., t r, :. *;.iry \ i i
lujr *i T' .' :.Am t* ;r, i' ;i. an; elll *r: riI,'',it.
rlir ii., !-'. l;;~ot-. t i hb ti)\vn er1,cti, ;I
lar v. \v:'-, house whw 'h .wa pil.v', 'l at
thl ir 'di'l. ,.;.l. a ni urdier the, manage-
iumint of ::n .xilerinc'dl man. The tratn .
a'?nwsii thlIrouh thlis hont*- last season
amount'd to nearly 100,000 plum is,
the priiv averaging about .'2 .':) per 100
pouInd1S.
The product was of a high igradI and
the re-ult ,n sNi-fa,.try thar this year
tibaoi) will bIx th.* le'ladincg crip amii-'
the far'-wrs Tih' -,,il i- ixcellii tlv
a iatti t to th nlturte of high gradel to
h;vi'i,. ;a.l :the farmi er. are pl.' se with
it, li, a *: -' t i i the l1..-t r(ea d. motl 'v
' -, ih ill v h.av ''y t f'.iif l.
"'.i .iajeIle' thli;a : .ir'- ,ire in fl- t T e i' i
\V.ar-il i-vi' will le' l run undl r t}he t! all
n.;ili;', ;:ii lit. w lit, il a ii\o w alNv ti ,' f tqual
,.;1 a.1y l' ll' ,.i ng built.

TRUST MAY BE DISSOLVED.
National \.ill 'aper Conipany cannott
'Control Prices.
Ni:w YORIK, April 17.-At the annual
ni-Aing i of the Nati, nal Wall Paper
comilpuy it is said a strong effort will be
made to dissolve the company. better
known as the wall paper trust. A party
,of directors working to this end is
handed byv Jacob F. Janeway of New
Brium. wiio, former senior partner of the
tirn of Jaueway & Carpenter, whvosU
facto.ry is now owned by the trust.
The direertors say that the organization
is not a trust because it has not uni-
foru*ly raised the price of wall paper
and lbteau.e it ha e competition. They
.my it has been able to control only a
mall percentage of the output as it em-
'bri'4Ad 17 per cent of the factories, while
there are more than 80 anti-trust facto-
ries in the United State.
'tle of DAvis STATION, S. C., April 17.-C. M
Davis., president of the C. M Davis
Lumber South (44,rgria. where he i.s arranging to
d( velop a 10.(W;)-A.re tract 'of long hlaf
yellow pine stunipalg' which lie bought
)olnme tia' agno.
Cowie Goes t SA l FKA dir, t- wie, U. S. N has -ilel for th,.
Philippin-.. to tu il;,- chanre f tht.
tuuchiint shops at tlae Cavante iavy yard

An Honest Medicine for La (Grippo.
(Gen. W. WValtt. of South (Garditier,
Me...says: "I have had the wor-t
coui.h, cold chil s and ,rip and liaiv.
taken lots of trash otf nlo account but
profit to) the vendor. C(haiiherl ini'-
t'ough R-tirdy i- the-only tlhini that
h,.e dotii" anry good wha'-ver. I have
ti-mod ot.e ->5t cent bottle and the chillls,
cold and L,'ip hive all left me. I
coier atuilate the iiitnufact nrer- of an
honest medicine." Foir -.le by Han-
nah Bro,). and a l medicine deale-r-.

sEE ROS & CO.
AHO'T *( 'REENS.

We will soon receive a
tine lot of patent window
awnings, wait tfor them.
Jfarston Finch.

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


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; .::l; :/A r- t ft rrel,-. t i^ t.a tto)
'i : .'i .Idg andi a; t : i id Furt.
"i ..r, aI .ce .-n ', *;-i l. r.ilt w ir' 'cut-
ti,- i''.tw r Ma r ,ll in Malilisn icmoui ty.
but ail wv:.- 1:1 that iI,'t'oIln are now
W ,i:_
)ut of 9 op'-rator,. tni the' A-lh'evill(
di'i'-ou 2-. hav'.' itv o n oi, it. It i.s ruin ored
that a mint',tin) -.vrill Ie (.'lil tonight by
Aon i'urt rs, br:akenmni, firinmnn and engi-
ner-, wh-, -vymipa;thiz: with the trlmhgra-
pli.'r' f,,l thi purj,.oe of dis<-us .sitltiieiii, hut thl' nilnroa authorities
kn >A\ I'l4.'i; *>f ,t -'i<'h a IniUt't-i and
11-il' -'!it .1 ailr inad auiil W,'-ter
o'ni',i ; !h,)r iti-r dl ar<,, that ;arrf.-ts
w lh I,- in i *d,.-n Hit. A.,hli vill,, divi ,-in
,:i ilh ,'ch:r;,t, )f w irn ,ttallti tlh',u hi
4n4 r\;Irn I t'i i1-' v't i\.' i '.isuldi

PUBLISHING A DAILY PAPER.
%triklint I mrl'egr;plnr. Isanc Il' .lo.h n-
imI I l" .;l|o( r.
A r\ \T, Aiiril I A.rrtan2, 1ients
ha.ve i- -'i l im.ide whi.r'-v the' t.-le.'ega-
p,h(r, will i-.-iu a dally e'lil i',.l of The
Journal of Latior, ton l. known as the
* Soiiuthlrn Railroad Teletgrphe-r.' oaily
Strike Edition." The iiaper will Mb un-
der the mupervision of Prev.ident Powell,
and will le issued daily for an indefinite
peril. Its columns will be devoted to
a fuller ,exp.-ition of the trlegranhers'
aide of the existing trouble with the
railroad than afforded by the daily press
in Atlanta and elsewhere.
The first 'ulition uundr the telegra-
phers' Inagagement was i.-sued this
morning.
THE CIGAR MAKERS' STRIKE.
Five Thousand Men Are Out-All the
Large IFarorlm ('losed.


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It''t4ind))!t~ia'-'':.trat If -I-tleat w ork io
I0.1 1, [[pill'*Iv V r'aa-- al. it having
.alIreat I v lee 'ii 6, -u(11-41 thbait Q' I t hlx
ritat i~n -t!'V I Hum irnil w '41I:Itii i'. m 1 i it- eou
tract t,., G;ritlith & - Wl k
F1' lI' wiag the' awaril mf tit#* 'ontra&'C
thi'ro' %%illIn- th b j~e z i u; ~int iiw t tf the Ie.)-

Tlvr-a'r" t-,wv-.ral camoifilate, f t mr thiri ap.
jmeeiititietiat. baut the' race' s&es'za,.tot be be-.
Iwe'#-ti Wiler x I1krrisoweliande J. H Din-

THEY DIED AT THEIR POSTS.
EtIigtiacer taiual Fimre-iviansK111t4 fIn
Wer'e'k on %-menotiei'ui.
I NTiiI .m !a., Apiril 1 7,-Farij'r
tri N~t 'em .'.2 taith6-' Metezaa lii.. diveisiojtt
.,f tl, Stitherjniral v~av jkimloAje'iIh,.
track it- ar I i' er t % iI pr,, tt-tk itsl e-s v"~
4f llunti'm.i Il-, udt1i(9v afte'nxueme muau4
pilt-4 up at tHe fout of a high r-mbank-
Iiaeiit.
Exazinevr Porry Arnitrmig 'of Steven-
sou and Fir'rmnau Satatly (j-temmrne, Derl',
were istn'tlyti killed1. Serpral mew berm
Ofth V ifre-ight crew were seriin)u.Av in-
jurt-d. Thie train wax coprnpoid of XIG
nanxs and was going to) 8taven*rin. Eiah&
I. atiM cars piledi up on the tAop of the
e'flnfeP tit t'aucipd mmenwe damage.
Met between Chtane n
flntsitv111e Was dt-laved all night.

REJOICING AT LOUISVII LE.
Iio0"e Menm Pleased With Flovtza'es
Win at Mempbis.
Iourm% mix~, April 1 7.-In local turf
('2rclm-s there jot crpnsifh-rable Imj4Acdu#
over thp vi4'tmry of Hiram Iicoggans' viM


NEW YORK, April 17.-By the closing 'Florizar in the Tennes.cee derby. Mr.
of nine additional ig:ar factries the Sc.-gnqNs a Tnooleille man, who hm
number of striking aud locked out cigar always l w'n noted for the honesty witf
makers in this city has inrea towhich his turf career is marked. Isi.
tht a well worn saying hre that when aoe
10100 ,,oA Hiram Scoggans' horses starts bell
From the strike of employes of Korh-., will if he can.
Wortheim & Schiffer a month ago) the. Florilzar'n victory makes it practically
trouble amrnng the- ,igar maLkers has certain that he will start in the KeO.
g own until iw'arlv all the!anrtrefat.turine t*irky derby and that he will be a ral
in the' city are invollved, andl -** vral moD. contender in that clahsic event.
cr-rnu have a1tlinai noving from this ,.-ty It it rthl dull If troubled with rheournati.m,. give
ea. sn and ethbers of th- imuanufa.turers Cliamberlain's Pain Balm ;a trial. It
have d0.i.!.tl t-i take -ivanti'_ oef it tee will not cost you a co-nt if it do(e0 nro
su!.-e'i loI'rati'n- until their imp!,yes R'm")d One application will relieve
tire ,of .,nor'ei idleness the pain. It al-o cuiree "praina and
The average rate of wo,.klv w-i-br-s ni-ep in one-third the tine re-
pail i-[' The' -rikerp .i tmand ani 1:- qlired -vy any ,ott"ir treatment.
cr.s-of t l V week f r te.n h, .-' w rk Cut-. buri'-. fiostbit--. quinery.
-....e t i'ina inl the -iid' and che-t. gland ;*'
Tallhilors Ieturnr to oVirk. l, r and other -we-lling.' ar,- luicklV
S1 o A ,, w.r tirs-di ty app:lviing it. Ev-rv hottlt
Cn A; ,. April 17.--Ta .,- who, w,.r,. w et r tlt*-d. Price. 2:, .:i. ) ct.
.lock.-sl .:nt l'.Fe. 1.- lave ri- m.i t, }-',,; ,I- !)y Hanrm h n ih ro-' ;t:i work. the c('jntrA.'t "-t-rve"- a thrlit uir T,;' il i"* d-ial-r-.
u'irya.i' union awnl rth 'Tai!,r'e ni Pu an ,
D)rale r- unin hvig-t tir -n and sigi,-tl v 'in,'.al r. ,tf 'i. ,ti andiv i n e malw.r j ofetol ( th'itn-:i d 1leth. At C.orner's PPoultry Yard.
nmiht. Thi.- only point ,..-1..d by thf .
b--- wavi- nll r-pard to th'- h,ishlii-in I. 1 ; r.w ,'w readyv to' s-ii-.t for .4et-
wh,.. arnl lin.w ,-d t w th -lall witl t. ;-..: Iin. the- fmllAing ter dl of
uni in A p1>int lost by the .tr.nke-r. i- ''i*' n-': lu-srk Bra i t.lii. Partridge
the rrtntion of men e-mpliyd in their '".', in.-, L 1iiaht 11r hlia-l. Wliat.e
plac-- by th(e vanrlou- sh,,p.. ,(' e:n-, Plvinotlih litocks, Brown
L.r.'.rnii-. Wv'rdItt-. My fo)wlq are
For ier -vtifty ears. 'in T ,,. 'vrv b.--t -tra'irn4 to be
MR8. WINSLeoWS Ow's)THINrur aMKP ba l,'i f. aspt I inVit tha- pl ublif to call
tb,-a uS-d for over flfty yeari by million l ofe
1moth.r- for tbeirehildren wJile t- %tht r -e out )
with p .r-.'t -ecCQ's. It oo;t,-" tti. i!,m1ld j :i ;- ,,'A '": ltall. e ttirl.- of 13
,ift.'ei, tbe < me.$sllayv all lr;i cii'- wInrt ,.: -f ,r $l .'W.e Lol Ii- ('e i. . .
-oit, and Il trni b-.t re-a.,-dy r Ir "'in a -_ fo-I 1 .la
It w;'l re-i-tve tn. poor iltti'1 suff-r'-r ilai- i t tt M isa 0.r.
nriiet-ly. b ja.: ,if thb world. Twenty-iv' c.-t- a br.- P.<( l.. A CO.'.S
it-. B- sur aud ask for "Mrs. Waiii.ow'-
ijo:i;.g jyrap." and take no other k..d. FLY iCREEN.S


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900.


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THE LINK THAT BINDS.


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JacKson. TwI Nov. 28
I was msbject to miscarriage for three years,
and suffer-d constant:v with backache. I wrote
to you for advice, and after using thbee bottles
of Wine of Cardui. according to your directions,
I am u'rong and weU. and the mother cf a fine
girl baby
Mrs E N. JOWERS.


We Cord' I

There ts no use talking a baby in the bouse is the link that binds
husband and wife together. N,,thing is sadder than fruitless wedlock.
The prattlihng and c)oinz of the little ones offset a thousand times the
occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife is barren, there is a
derangement somewhere in the genital organs, caused by one or more of
those c mmon dis rders known as female troubles". Winme of Cardui
is the remeJv. It puts the organs of generati-n in a strong and healthy
conditi ,n. fitting the iife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind.
Durinn the period of iestation the entire system of the expectant mother
is buIlt up to withstand the ordeal of labor, and when the little one
nakes its advent it is lustv and
str,.ng, well-titted to row to ma- L IES' A$V ISM T VtPARITIT.
turitv in perfect health. The Fer .-t!:c.. in reinc requiring i etal
m .*her, to,'i. paIses thr :.:zh *the r 'n *.'rr'. r;ng -t
trail w :th l:.le a.in n.l r, dread. urutns > .i, stsutmcoga. T nn.
Wine ,f Carjd is ttr,- a v%,nder-
ful medt.ce fur women.
Large Bottles for $1.00 at Druggists.
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flyding al- hi- l.A' v I .'- Ia(ifci .r 1
hapfd of thi toit.ll li'irt % If r-t iriitolie

nmrgy 1is tz-athat %i%16111.1 1"-irInIll.04'.ra
witho ut kh is Ih i:-v in u it I !rtntool.
Ils and. yeantdtl iTnIinst aro t 'n' I hus t
gief their I-s fi ti-I IItt RIP t 'lon tl si ll i t o -C
teldn prd- t".rii-i'N4 .''I 1:l it- airoibt'llat

t eu atnrL cit i iio. ..-l andil lg Isif-a
gterl ti-am.-.vam.11 ii itov-wrkinrltho- real-a
am resjuiir-'l ix lJ.. s-, a inz (i--the t- lo
'An s~e-xa:i .- :t i- -ti thk t110 tofle
affrded, Its m- -'-:I ~''n theit i-r gtIater,,I-

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fitted. s- mt0, it a'-rx- f t:~ favl-'r
As rqit t ? I- I-:ixv, a mA h' I-, -.inhat
thre to 14 ..-! -c -toe

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f rthe s4.1lin 1--r: V 4 ;it 1 ,4,!fti-.-each
andi sa-s'. li h.111:140i- a-it i:.;,4-'
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ply re.witnese In igthewnas grn-


or t'ad-Nn-ew York Weekly.


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1,of,-re a ju.-tice of ith. ,,-:iwte at .li --
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"T.- 'i :'t i an I r.ie e r it, it d.: in
ed thattI l It s:i t 1 t! tte V ;)l t :r It .: II i '
jrItl!ill 1all-]. th:it t'e .1!,:1, w ho, hlid
t1rxs-tI t : .-l;ot a 'dti uraiss t a th, til I, ,
j'll- :: 'r h ,. ,'i0 ,'h- II :i' { :it iirtn
i.l ; and xv rl .I ::.:.i t t tl. i t li iw
11a,( tb.j ;n i W : t 1 :y ri. li- t l i t !,ie th"
;;rl :il ,i f s d lh '.;l tl it a a Iis ini, f that !.- ul l:ist (,nll
a fqx- hours l,:e r. and the'I+',[ l the
fsrned Ju' ti e (if th,- |m-;wer r,
"'I final. yon 1 uilty of itr'de.r |Il the
first deare i d he .sver(!y a.s he
tur'n.d to\ard th; pris,'io!r aI the loar
- i'.lut is. ,prov,, ll; the v, ctii di#-.'
iand -o th at t. cisi, n stantt s to this


A Newspaper Wonder.
W\Vh!': you op-i u; y11 ,'r it-;i;r.
it n;iy .austsci yoi to t .l sinv wonder
;f y ill k .iw tIhat :i nil ;,r, ,al;il;!ity
y ::'; ] :I'(. V )" f'.st ;]:;1 I. :. ;It .lm v
e* r tor i d its in --it' t"-'. liT' -
rena on ftor this Is t Ihati ti .'; r is
;lia.dl fr utsi d] j u a -pIl "ce tr'.'. It i 1 .;;IIl.-l
to t) 1:;Mill. i';.t i ;: :a, .' i4: r pl:; ,s '
tin' !i! :'. rf iio.s tl' c v, I tIi pulp anl.
n\:akt-s it i )T i:;; :! ".
A.t (",c ry v t;I ;r <"::i: As. i;.:i:tns,. ',ts. r,-Iller strol ti-i it 4ndi
o1tli r InIw :;ia'< l c';:;tri\'; ,nc's kle'p tlir
I1at,. r:. l ,oni of it; ;..111 li :; "l';,ir,
;inren rolls are w n:;rl by vwi.!hir.
tolael l into ear n;id \v:i.,an l y ma-
('l.:i!"ry. put inlto pr ssio,< ;:ii i id on
ljn--.s'r s y ttt r ( n.t.hr n iii-.:.y and finally
,: rTltdl :ind folded without L% iing 1,'i-ll
l.:-Vc'tly toucIed by alny hi'.min hand.
T...- is a mech:aninl uirtrv-l (of tlo-
,lay w!ihcli is 11 0 -lt *,r lranr.Lts of lilitsiry. It is v. y
istf'kiil- in tie nIw'S|:.-I.r industry.
wvie!i s:llt;d- in t!,, vtry front rank ,,f
niih--laiitoal p(irfe l isp:1tch.
IKaIlir: lit. I ittl-rl.
"1>" ,"Ii k Kiw ;ii;l ,n.11 h al,.'t tio
tri "i:t li:llIl.i. l 1( 1a.lh :" t .-lu ,d tin w

"No." niswere,'d th1, cold bhhodedly
trildlfUi I;;ill. "'i (ltlt ,'v .I t knoww
enm.i u.h a.ulit It to moralize on it."-
Washingtnu Star.


I:/EFNMA. ITHIV41- HI IIMOS


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CASTOR I A
Far Infant and Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tme
qimature of s


I ROOSVELT THEIR CHOICE, ff's
lie Will Probahly Be Renoininuted Dt
For Governor of New York. P re
eNrw YOktK. April 17.-i, t-l-ates ti Ma
thesrattt R-puli's:cia-lcti ri t iti ontirtim!- t Iit -


the Fifth Avt-tiue hsit&1 thiNm- n. ring I
A careful u-on 'eii-ni.of opiij iiiii(-)fIII,
le-ader., wa- -aii to havi-'. 'h .W11 T li:~
lar~t- amajority- wu-r- in favor -f the re-
Liouliituatillltof (koverniior IR -siv :t. Thi
stat--met-it hi Ciingr .-.zArinu Limar w~-i sag;
iuul' 4r'it-d1i1gv.-the sp-toh lrejered by ~~TeTii-
pK o;-;r Ch.'riiuan Elit--la'- and 1i ;.4-i4dliii
di-r thi '.-v.-. of Iri iiiMr. 1Plztt :anti Mr.
044-11. 'viient! t I-kia-ifing tf-i-r tppr. .i-al.
It ws t.- po iinn-ri out by friends oi tht g' "-
--ni : tiat this wi- c'it -!tr Un lr-k-:zisli
-,hie urmiii-l' ttaetivr


FOUR PERISH IN FLAMES.
An Old .Man and Three Children Are
llarimedl to Death.
NEwC'A.'lLE:. Pa., April 17.-A largo
-t-.nem.tir house o cupied by Italian and
nvigri families. near R wk Point. watde-
.-troyled by fire la.t night. David Abi-
atte. uan Rll man, and his three, y(ounu
utphew', Joseph. Pastelle and Erwin
Abiatt-. w-re burned to d-.arh. Many
of th,- othor img fratin the wunid)ws.
Tihe -harr-d remains of th'o four viv-
tint- wre fo)and in the nins today. Tlhe.
cittu ,f th, tfire is n,,t kn.,wii


Hlank For 3Mu-I:t..'
ATrA.4'_% April 17Sc~ru- fS'i-ato
Pin]-C, *k ha- 'ui-1a -ivirti-r t, itht
h;itik if M,-R wt. whiiji'I lL- 1 a i~a
tmi of T,0-4'rae u-irt--r 'if tilt.
j I-i~i-jlle it ikituc taLil l Tii-t
j4.lw n ani-Ii -il ILIliitt4101trL-r t, jwrl.
*. -i r-.1 ii 1,-- 4 frhoi- id)tuis Zt Ick.


I):xl'.X'-Va-.4.ril 17 I-, Lr -h--u--


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WA,-.Hl~i'DNr-. Apt-il 17.-At the be


tlio, N"Xicaunwar p.n-uof $12 a


Hater.
TlI lodly n,'e ls i;iil-ii.t l :il< w 'll as
exlt'rnal l:uiths- to ke'p it lt-hilthy. To
give the twily ain iterim:tl lioth drink
plenty of witr. T\wo quarts should
be taken eac'h day. l-1i1ii0niii;. ;.ith a
glaws Just afit r rising: :>!.lt i n l with
a glass jut-t ls-for retiring. If you(
are Inclied to stontci>'-. 1l) do not drink
during" : .i-al. or within a half lit r be-
fore or afti!er thmlli. If yolr coaphl-xion
is hald. IIo& tl il is niore o!:.,lu'ive to a
c'ure t l'i drIin!> nx watsr POlNti-r hot or
-old. btu' i-'" < ranily the l;ttter.-New
York P'r-.--..


IIEUE'S YOUR CHANCE.
Iron, Woven Wire and 0 narmental
Fencing for All Purpioses.
I am agent for the largest manu-
facturers in the world oif everything
in the way of plain andt omrtn:t.tital
iron and wire fencing, -t-tteeQ. va-.-s,
etc. There is nothing in tli-i lint-
tiat I cannot supply 1 and at inatin-
fat.turt-r.s' price's. erecte-d in dturtr l)hi-
and workmanlike lnn;t.r u;tid at
- ich low prices that yvou will be as-
tonis-h,-d. I supply anything from
;a plain wire farll fence to thit-
iro-t i-xlo-).iveorinament;il c'-lisitt-t- I-
f.t ,-r ; cresting" for tow-rs, trf,.t
g,.ards, orn:ies nttl s.ttis- b .*-,-
itun!t windows. wind,-w vuaitrd-.
titching racks, wt-ati hr vni. -.wsivel
wire poultry ard f sn-' ;m. Sp;ij'
wi 1 not permit tno to i mlliiel.rlti 'il
tt(.e tyles I sell. but -,\tu a-an -* ,t
ii lu-trated cat.tloi)ues a tl .',tt -ti-
mnates by applyin-.' at Win. Johit-n1'I
& .-'ni's hardware ldep:rtinient
*1. A. J. \V.\,i j I S- .


Call for State (Cinvntliioi.
('-1ll for a st t., liem otrfti>' '00T 'it io'i I<
I' Id]! Mt Jiu. 'k-Olii llV 1 !'.. u1I -u .. I I'
TI', |de i,,rntit party of thi ,t 'e ,f t-'l r.
r 'A;i il I I il t l ltAtt 'iliii t I 'I I Itt .l II'k 'Ii-
% ;l'-- < I .1 1- it l of. i. e I I, 1ti ; ._N oIrI, f*i It.
-f tl ( lt it ll . t par
'It c hoo.- (IpIl*- at -t oi) ro-pre-o+lt 1;,+ Wt tl.
In ti" l int; lon si.l d i- Itocran ic*n-11v-.n I . it-
'-- he-Id t Kar. -a'Cit' y. Mo, .. .lI v i o",.; ti .

i ,rrtlory o S tat Attorn,.-*..*iratl
i Ii- 41tr4l t r. Tri cullrr,-rII ",t iii trrIi t. ii l+ht 'A f
I t. iit- i -itri]'tIori. c('oniiil, .:)i f A i-i I-
Siltir". i, R.ttiro d t+rnl of four yo' ir... four Prsil..t-n ii{l V! *t-
ir- .iud four altl rnatitf too t o tl M f1 Ior ;ti

Si, i-Irll,. - Ii l
" '] lto x? reg> lll1 r -Int- r,t~fr iir !rlrd t,
Sla f-iirl ticil olhl-fr li-int .- Hh nlH.Iv coII*
.f"n-.. the- finvf tio' l Ion.
IhI' (ld Tr tll co llu ti itI thI -0 I t t.. w .i-
f-- 14-l foill i 'v. II I li ,t'.I i)f r Ipr .) itn tli( i 1 ; : *I i t <. ;-
.-ll f -r evl' ol on-il l)hillr ',l v l>r i n-: fi
' ( ll < ;l't O il th t' ain t'" >''! :*i I 1 I i I. -
r' ''i") 1 lilt" I) l h, h i)l i:T i r iil ,1-' ; it : I'l ; l I I t i li i)f I I 'II. It'(I <,ii ;i i.. i ..iv
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"lith *counit- :11 s9-lect th-ir deele'iatl. ,,
aInym aianner which Imay be cini'-idotl,-l si t,,-
i" I the pe-opl acting thr"ug'h the- p)rt.\ .r-
gtfniYatnionl a-, rrv)gnized toy thi- l-t s-tit.t
toi.vv'notion. All democrats atre invittid t
p-rti -ipatt in thei selection of deit---,nt.--
i-r-ti) inciindinL thoqr- who hav- b-t'i-uoe -
'ItlRlltld to x ite ince- the last el'c'ion.
Tlhv chlirnrllii anid i--crettary of each ,-cun-
,y c.iivntion lil-id for tto, purposeof o le-ct-
n dtl'l-mint- to the timte convention art-
'. i"tst-'i t" '--iid to Hn. W. A. Rawk-.
*litinr:nain. Trillhaibae. FIa.. a writt-n 0e
print.'d copy of the proct-tetling of t-uci
*, utly conIIvnfitlio o. t thib-r A ithb a II-t of
h.- ni-,nri- of the- county -xt-xCutiv- comirn it-
"*'. 1:1 which sh,~uldt be d-lignate-1 tLt
!ait: ma ani d sicretatry of ?uchi ,,ni iiiitt-,-
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Whiskey


MALARIAL
'ecvrs.r Chilli. Coughs.
(Cil c-v-er form, quicki, cnreA
Ly aking DI'"Y'S Malt.
A tiblespoonful in glass of
s,4ter three timn.s a day.
All ,.ruggists and grocers.
He ware of Imitations.


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if :m'u burry. pm u ilA just cat.-l i e


on the c-t~rne it-r ~a rrivel-. at theilt-jaIinful'
conc1 lusion that shet.i tl tunilly lIf)*
hill) 8,; hlIt- lnged to b~e loved1.-4b-argo
Tilmes-Ilt-ralil.


HanIlan 'ron unclatlonm.
Ilawaiiatis call their chief Islands
TlIli-vwy-ee; we say Hllh-wy-ee. Oth-
e: pro.-,r ways of giving well known
Hawaiian naens are: O-ah-htu. Io-no-
lulu. Mow-ee (Manui. Kow-aye (Kaual,
Ne-e-how (Niihaui. Ilee-o iltlihlo. La-
hy-na (I.n:iainam. No-hah-la *Kolhalal.
Vuwels are as in Italian :niil deserve
mu-lh cire. HIawalians pay little at-
tentioli to consonants. IBaltimore
News.


CAROUI


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


: Telephone No. 345


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OIRECTOWq:
r?. E Fv 11 1,sE NVM. FISHER.


1'f11r. IF N 0(KiKE -N.


A General


fif in.*~dic-ilie tint -,pezit) a
1P,4-,CI ijti(ni:Wilt (d iltli- tttore 1,
tiertic: v pupat. Pure druig- lilt-au
speedy recove-.ry. l;o~r drug- ifled i
a rtela p;. XYou want the ht-:t. Let
ti. fill -''tr pr#-criptjoti. aindti upp;iy
other inedimi-u, NN. IW. 1. ret-ri& Co .


CONGIMI~SlIONAL ('ONVENI ION
I-'.r he Firost Cotigrep.."1,ItinaIIDistrict
4 MiiI for a d.-mnerat jec cnve-nticoii(if tb.-
first cong41ressisoni it I %-i-.t of the *.. t-of
Fiori .la, totie he-l.d at Tallanhass.ee, 1-itirida,,
Wf-dne~la y. MRY :Olt 11. A. 14 I. 11,91
Tbhe democratic party (of [lie- fir-ut coilgr..--
sioiial disiiet (it f the la te (i f Flori-da. %%ill
hold a congr-,-%iuonl l otIivlititlilat, liilmi-
kias-eei-on Wetdnes.day, Ikfny ;:lh. at I',
Wclock noon. for ttii-pLIrpo-.i-ofiourn innlt ingi
a candidates for conlgre-ss from -fla di-trict
tot h.-tifty-rt-evsntb eosgre-s of ztbe iit-
Statest. to ho. vote-d for att th-e next, vs-I-ct Ion.
and to t ran~-sct i-tch other tiuiiii-1,5as iiiii
comi, behifore iu d iconivetlit on.
The diffeire-nt colunities Iin thi- district will
-i-fil deletgates .to Ilthe('onVetilt ol u pon tIlii
fol toA iiig btin-aof'.1 rt-snt-t-tzilatih-u I)nt-dei-
ev~at-- for --hell iDoti vo-it-~es cht f(ir h"tajd I-
limit, bi.r 4 igir-t--rlIn sidl jliti rjivt atmthe ot-
ail.C1111: a 1iji %*I$' -- ~for th fLUCt iOD Ill XCe-!-
i !vit-of w h- i-t it lttluuntit to flfty or ntoit.l
1* r ;r i:u ill whe-rs- il.- %,:t, f--i Vl()t1)-
aas in r -- i t. ,-c i m ,

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AN-1 1. \Zlf l~lf.'I { LA N 1!l !n.P


ho~s 1~ce atL fl~at! I Faies.


Place F

Buy(


Choic


JcYHN F. FE I F .4


L.IX M. I;(':


Banking Business


'-~e~.A A.'~~ Han died tin Favorable,'I'crms.i~
'Cz~le Bought and Sold, oq~ toi
Promptly Attended T-o.

A.d(3COIJNTS SOLICITED.


The Star


Laundry,


ITH PIOQEIR [LUNIOR OF IEST F1ORIDA


SHOWING A ('LEAN FI, 1 NI,
EASTER MORN

i- an ea"-' tlini tio
your linen ha!s been done up
perf cr ilet!ilds., at su-lih low
as we renovate shirts. col; i
rieffs at. Irrepria.-hall,. lin .
be t and chi-apest way too .-
ward .i n t of bein a i :.*'. ,
i he mno-t c.irele.ss ilan wt a -
liaen. wh!ien laundry work -
-nA.h pric-, as at tl.*- .tt,i: I.
,.td -*' -" !;ir: \zz i-t- -


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN S7
eArI+)sDM CArLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-I
WAL.oTC.R INGRAWAM. Manager.


ESTARUT.i I A- 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
1-D-A- DEALERS I N0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
60o: AND noW M. I'%,I.-.OX STtEET.


EYVFTRE '-To( I'E.', '(~IT'PANY. JOHN A. ROEBLI[NG's V'- '. *-
(.A LV.A WZE;I WI R, K')PE, A. RUSSEL & MON'S PT. I
',.t, : '. ., "5 <. 0 1.:Trg

S K. 7 (' .; :. A -it f,,r l ir Pilt- : ..
0' L.


vv~~~~% HtE FR~uiCy
1 4 F44 'E,
ti:'j)S IDA PIA(1f 10. A.-. av'.


CURE YOURS.,L
I ; @.


!hil n i .\ ,I !

or Pensacola
ers to Buy ly
to L',Isam ,f ( ;..,
am( C"
e Family liesP .qW;,tl : ''j
-T-er ,.- SOLDYAIl DL


-R UG;uM;1iR b


I. AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--- 1F--


IE$TZ & CO.,


<`-120-122-0,

E. Government Street.


- AI;. I IIv i. 0i I- .1 1t


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agent,


p1-N A(' )I..\.
Try It Oi Tip v 1 .o1nr,.

TrI i-'.Mu irk. I I KS-: l
TOOTHACHE, EARACHE
and NEURALGIA

Th "ri-lit I le.,I I p.


rENNYROYAL, PILL
V. "Mrp.. 0, r rl j--% I



Nad e~-S~i... .


5 u zsmSzCRlE



TU DBAILT I~I,~


Chas. H. Turner


*.-ARCHITECT* 4'

-AND-


General Contractor,


Buildingg. Repairin:. Mat:.>-l and rate S.-rtinig. Plh :.'
ai,d (a-s Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
AI-'Arti ti- Dat *ien-. E- timate-. P!an and Spcifi :: -
ing ul All Kind.!, Prepared on i hor: N .:ic,.
IW A Large and Carefully .-lec:ed Stock of F1in- MN.i .....
Tilintr of All Kinds. Bath Tub-, Clo.-et ,i:.jd H 'us-it.11d A1, '. .
Hot Water and Gas Fixture-.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 1900 3


C rC dL1 ; X- VA LUC
Go~d Hunters.

=hR 71 FiV' IM.' I' INT LR.1 sT L.

-. A1& ,re- o4r5:1111imed to Govern
I. f r i I- .r' A'% I1t E:I PO-ditfion 10
I--- .ili~enr-1.I; tho uses Iand
gosmnt Heu Built.



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M Il VIli.t tI'l'Ji l Lb aa -nh V '. ;l 1~'.
01 1 titjof J -aim.. hOt1 oin." : I I.
I r u (Il'I tA ill I '1) 1d 1 0'l Oa l fT ,ii

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1: I, I ki I ti-; I -tL.zt-;cz
I' L .-,Jta I.Isa vill:ha; ,*
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Ieterfoo. Dbepeartmnent.




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ili .-T, IA
T I n- rAk 4, 11;-- 1

a t .' il etmos .Iyle
ol r j- a: nl;. d i m al


jl ",I 1 ~ -.1 iti;c1oil--:e

":. -r ''~itI
elt litert
Of .the Carpene r l\*-
VI1* wITill 'ati lip iv


Th:,' -I -7-'()r v' --r. i'.2,:-h It i-, --a! .-i--1 p (" .1-r~r.1--l x'iety to Yom for EN D A N G ER

-.- -- i ere-l. -7.- ;'A1---,:t.)Ii'-t 1,i-in :c',, -.f- lrw:t ta-in u-e, 1ci a-etle diiea e LIFE .
1 I t .-V Alh.nl alA IL I)I x h_. i thi! tV ii *f t xt-rnal a;2c~itS
A i-:t Ite1l 1711. .WE(1: t1-; I..'- iiiiiin gcKml condition. but neVer if it is di-easeil. The
Ott ~-, ... ~ ~ ~ tg r-ow .;avbtore pca gade4ingdeeper into the fi-i.-I.
A r'sac~t)ih- tpa ;e-- rikk, 'in ,r1.4iasu-v is~ soon hozt in the-gre-at desire ant', t-arch for something t()'clii'
S. S. S. tinaktt- -;,, and pt-rir-attent cure of old M;)TCs and ulcers, ant~i is the only mceldiijne tl;:t
dloes, 1eC;..'..:- ?o tie)t't r k .stl re,.aii d..e;-,~-,ated blood troubles. Ordinaryx Sarsaparilla and potash mixtures
are t m.) v '.'tk an ti (vtrctjtieiiv a dv. J$ntaoi that has taken ixcssession of the blood. Do not
*-: ',--,~ t I wu,-hr- in thoc'etft It't. r-criv.ing wi-ti I 'Insidr,irtI nli' Ra light wound. It
A Orhot :?,tt1.17lli "'t a- l g'i-'me aiL-:ttda on a rated h-i-manv doctors -ml
Wommid. ione -, I ha I h'-ir't S. SS hg .11Vre-7Honien~le-1
- I t ;:A. The resa~lt 0. tistrit'. graittlivi.'g S.1s -, .e'.-ei-..ilto get ni lit at t'e,
~ ~ tr-)h .i n, t 11 ,' - !.! in I ,'. n aflter'.a-d t he il oI e .o re 'ele'd ti: 3111 -:trt-d ouud andlwell I iw-,
'~. ~ ha'.- 1'.tft-- 0. Wa, tXk "-. .-4 e- -] 'i 1,fL: zr alog Titme J t I ut M 4BAYLR. I vrence burg, Ky."


S. SS.'. :- the :(MY WOO svcge:~thke bl~,ol ;)lhfT known
i s made 01 r'--m : ;- 1a 1 ; ---- f-' uonderf'.I ii 'u1,if y- n g rr orxrt ies,
ui'.hael no )(-i .)hi c n-.-,-t. S S. S ,. rh an.i, cffe.ctua~ll
el-..'.the I"s'W'W1 Aifallui-Wurbi&. td- ~ t'o:.i.th-. '. : 'ld.soi-,ore -k
AW the swr'n t an liu aeraerl headtWi:- it' :-' -.. Q Iam!-K. h i:::: .Whwit-atMYiT'- atch
'i .ilta; I ti itetireaiilv, '%..u I. 1 -- N veyur I- H-o is l S.! S. S. %% i So()iti
in 'r ,titi; '. a': epW T A -.
(iaNI'- ti-al Departriont-rtis irut. -i'0" (-:Krqv-:Q pl- 'h ian, lioh-11 'a Ctllea
fin~ ~ W- il? .r A M I','ini y- lit .vc I.:t l' i( .tsv, they %%'. -at l v
fti~i~hal ifrrna~~i (,ralice.% atr',an Ma t;tever. A.\ddrv.ss


lie l;)r .d l*hc- J mel.
ro)ds<. :an ,,\, .,t Iis ;,, i r pr j rl 1 < . i ,
1 A., i l rot1s ah t .' ii l. .
h. E GTS E,: ',1 1 4 ,0 ,1 -. --I ,. 1 1.t:




An bia T nlTt !:o,,t ,e- 0 .t. "ttw1,. tItliT ,..-

i n -:th,.el' I L A g, v. zn!t r I:: i s : n t t :i t
i a iwi] t r.t lT i\\ ;t r t h n It A l .. ;. i 1 W .. .t ,i. "


r. :I l t! -ste1 t i t t 1 Athrootii tt ,-e.,
land ,, : lr ll f ,. t 1 ,.r o- h h ,:I i

H E G O T A S C A R E !: ;.!I rl I *: ,* ; a. oi l h is I 's iall 41.,

t h e i i inl -. -,ita,'l t.r -a ;i. :t 'i.. t ,,r,.' W ,i
An ast e:: t. l i si. n had a scare the (iiltl- u i la i y outp o s p t ;. s.ishn.
,er th ige t leli wt s g's o ut,'wi"nthitn- 'e t" Ioa,?.
'wife an d was re ly it start wr en it oj Iit :ai j: :.i l;. .l:. rIeturn* ot

an d get a d in k f w datet i r. 'r t nuto i' i l n 1 r1 e-' Ii s a w ord.
was dark. buthe ; : i. I g l;i g d.-ik II:. :, ;.i:>.l :v.tra vs. |







ing outth el' l '- il lie g lassa Aitunder itl .tlen t t t i tl-l r u t t
Athe .l st tl er t ha t y rat ar.si. t.her t- i de- 11 )l It t *l '* lt Itt u iy
"t e ,r,'. htits wife called tfrom tfor o't- ilhpt .' e '
t t. io t' wit. tie i tl ei. r w '.wnt sl nt.: w it. I IA
Hfi El ( GiOT t fi I iA A rN.a l ith I t hy 4io :rtl'i- Itl' i Y i t'.


"Y. tiny.'t e' ."lltil h a sttwere tand rhe ,- Tei re-nu' i trhi "-,t stior'. n In -the
ertlt thle glass to 11 hi g iA iu took a ant i the jh l iuge, roe or n a gir
.iu o ui t itl<' g hl- ., *mild ho ,hljit it u n l.ir tisi t i -n P t iv ;,iLi ;,) h S i n ,, a ") h
l!> C.I. .vn1.1 r f~iu .c.t. i*' t ynlr '' lt;. -lr t hr 1 "11 ,'ut ,lfur i t 'oul



',I n. u lE'r ltis wife callh..jur from f tbr .tro' it -t'-re ftr"'
p. th class t lI a k a within Judge
.lt yf ; ull. A\s tlh. lih. l. l at i pp..l do \ ii hatro":!i t !ii" hm ni. ewto-f t iof anll h ,,r

t-s. ithlin- that lidnl't Ib lon1 the.r. i I I ith u
st,mlnthin that s 3uir ie ant.l wrig hlel. Ioitz,_ ihi's rr.n ,, of viDion. 1. tthe
!t! i oul! 'i i,' ii> tratelt h ti rlRd1. th ex.
sl,. piltl tl. t-, (:t f tlli" tl- .anatii. n thiat Hls olrn-i andil .-at were
Imh, in tt.'tntig ;P l':t.[. tilit if w ihat lt.:o t' h In iell s h4 :w mountains. nI ar their
w ns 11 *-lit'.- T h,.- T! n;n :() was oi.. II . I.r', \- r I'm iil,.i s awiay,
f ai.i l .t .. ',, l 1 f., 1 i wor mi Its ntil1 th t lit h: i ian sll l .t .hl l l s
wvay dtownt e ie ln.;. r-ed ali.nnt-ary f :is ahrr in d aig e one fter his
. oA ro.it.- Arzoua L'r:ilM<'.
lit trb-e t. stII y his r ,,,. Oppreeam-e Sllence.
".lonnit ." he illod l lown ithe stairs t "Tih re is harliaiti. r shown in theh
..*it I I!! S..t1101l ;.Tir in a wI t .'r t.q li. ,pii'r. : iy ttin s."
.uiic'k, I've sw:il;i wkl a snak:il Y, "and, inlthe way tlyv don't say
Int ld of .'tt lint tiht- mustard and th in.- i I called ,i) a girl, and
water his d ev i t.d helpiin t iie ly- ihe, r either caine I the roomni. I he
,i l 'p trllr- th la t did 'tii ies ivr ariylLing I said to him
"Vh.: t die I ou :1?" s!it> 'ri,, t n f,,r le long thati i Ts an tage fright aud l
I aid 1 w:illw d a sinlke." he i.ft --Iset.roit Free 'ress.
r:oil' d. "I >n,''t 1,\ I',k at m e l'k- that. _


" H'' +l" '+'"' st b KIDNEY DISEASES
"I ',r at -;i:i\,,."'" !i," ( e,-, "-niak .
,:-,k.. .:,,.,a : I,, ,,,, w t ,,. ,,. sp,.ll are the most fatal of a dis-
it'. Y ,ii klnw whiti a snIIilit Is. don't aS S. |
-| l" %%,t i t 1 tl.at lu' s wa t wy s nl nou swallow a 1 KIDNEY CURE Is I
"1 d1,-t k:n,.w wx:y. It came out f rt Roe
tho fainiet Into t'- 0 glass. Pla* 8 ret I I
wo o money refun Contaims
i,!,',:; lt^I;A t .V think. oil. I have it?' r x t Y
.\,,, ", ,i) tl.s.ust otf Cie suffering nlnt physicians as the best for
man tho wife. of his sho;un leaned Kiny and Bladd er troulb".
a:iinU.t the wall and g4:gled delight- PI C 0E lot a$10.0
Wha.s le j.e. lie feet.ly de- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.

"I'At me cet my breath." slie criedl.
*"I's too funny: Listen. I was at the *
dentist's today, and he pave me &omie Indigestion
ine rubber I-ands to uset Itweetn my
teeth. I brought their In here., and
one of them, must have drolpd In the We chalaengfe the WOrld
glass. That's the snake you swallow- 0 produce a remedy /equal
.And she hadl another attack of the o t hej Matchless Mineral
g:gg;es.-Cleveland I'lain Dealer.
.,..... o, r....... i'Water for the cure of In-
,T nd.,rstanui." -sid the neighbor. digestion, Dyspepsia and
"that your husband i a dramatic rit
i.' al forms of Stomach, Bow-
lY: .:ie I-i even worse T. han that. le I el Troubles and S'kin Dis-
a hu.,holh .rle."-e-" lost. eases. Guaranteed to cure


At C. %. Thomntpet-an i.
CI. a--.l-adi-z Note PIpt'lr, and

PIur-larchun.-nt.
1:1" tn liion l-i:,'-r and F tavelo pes.
Fir-l-tvkd Ve--It : antd tyeIi-'.
fzI-IN-ote: 5Satin Wov-'; Ti--tie,
i'~'e r: ~etnte't (rwpe. Etc.. wit li
:e-s1ai -' ,vn-rt'tet iof ~ttunr.
C~ -'.-iV Tmim~fe te-


or money refunded. Cost
only cents a day/ to use it.
One dollar bottle last twien-
ty days.
For sale by a,'l-druggists:
also I"'. T. Gre-n ," Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. IW. WILKINSON,


S; ..rinitlt Cre:tpm \: anfe-rs. ian :if- Greenville. Ala.
S,,". .A,-. ~Tek yui daltim.onial From Judge Gaston.
(-Ri.vI---- -- R .vi.I. Ala Alui. 1 1'W.
Medical S ocety. Attention. i ,I take grea-. t pl.euati're i-i '.-t-Tifl! i t I!-
l,- ratit'-aid the r-rait of Wi'iikitt-on'- Maitth.
I i .- ii-iral Water. Thi- natural minu iral
T ore will be a regular moeti f tiont, to,'my perionaI kinowledge',. i tak,-n
*-'c Pensaccla Medical Society at fromia w-ltwri rt- inl. a-tl of (ire-nivll'e.
11'- tlHirrd of H ealth omce at ithe' .-e ta't coiaditi-,n l hin a' it i- so h!. I
14-ard of Office at a.ndw ast
,'c-',ck p m.Tu. lsday. April !4. t h'; ...-e.- thf .- watt-n used. vlith worw.rtul
-t *' .U' f. ft't d+VDvep-'!A. in'gesti'lt.S fort-
V:'itin< physicians are cordially e,- .. and for eruptiv- di'ease-.' -ores and
I.tvit-d tV-)attenl i. ilcer- on man and anniial. As a rme-d.vy
.. D. ~V. Mt l_- L AN. l. D.. for these trouble. I d-, not 1,-lit-" t its
D. W. MMILLAN. M. D.. quIl eist-. It It I hghaly recomrme.-.ded ty
President. physicians for a number of diseas-s..


SWIFT ss
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.


fhe Han Head About It.
f i' S( lo ." r'-' il int i t- o i i tf t up t wn pub-
lic s,.-hool Ibu I'll itn..g The teacher looik-
(.i R'-;iiul an:tid failed to see the f:i-
iiil:: r ft:i v .
"Ii.,s alny piupl kn ,iv wvy Tomily
M <;'te-,ior isn't in sIchool tk.d:iy'" si'
Ilu uirt' I l.
There was no answer.
TI!n t.'ach-riT rTipati'ed the query.
Thein a little girl slowly lift il her
handle.
"I'le:nse. ma'am," she said. "I know."
"An-I why does he stay away.
Mary ?"
"'lease,. mr'am, It's 'canie be's got
'measles Instil.' "
Mary had rpnd the contaglous dis-
ease card that was tacked on the front
of the house.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Truly Kappy.
"Of course the only truly happy man
Is the man who devotes his life to do-
Ing good for others." said the corn fed
philosopher. "That Is the only occupa-
tion a man can engage In In which pe-
ple will let him have his own way."-
IndianapoUs .Journal.
Wlllltf to Help Hima Out.
Mr. Borem (11 p. m.)-My motto Is
"Pay as You Go."
Miss Cutting-Well. I'm willing to
lend you a small amount If it will help
you uut.-Chicago News.
Thep In China. anti fabrics of this material
wei-e' ni,.'de In that country about 2700
1. C.
Coff.-e was not known to the Greeki
or I iaona!D.
THE ROYAL BOX.
Tsoiiu-IIi. the enipresse dowwaIer of
C'bina.i. i' a m ysterioul ,.;n.:i, -uiit-
tittn 's .ia!!' .! an A i|, :ita iitil style l by
uttl.rs. a Marin T'hlwi-.,a.
Th.' Gra '-li I it;l-..ss ,of MI''kl>'nbtnrg-
Strelitz. : anuii'l:thlt'' r of Geo.t;r-, Ill,
receivi- nn :itin .'.nal ti'ii,,n oif $15,i0. 0
frmiri tho Enilbi.h g'vorniinieint
Spa.ini. in all h-r t,)vr-ty, ri inna.O '- ea-h
y-ar i>,, ;iv' bhrr ,l, v kintl $1.41 4I.1Wt ,if
whichitilt Ti 'r t'lrit 'ienTi riont is able
to lay nl.ni.h liaore lhal nile-balf..
Kin) l.,I.I ld, 14d f B ] h-liurn wiuh4ii have
a fort:ci of alio it I$7.4.M1,t10in n hail it not
bet4ni for the vast suis he ihias sunk in
the IlBeLinin oloiiy in the Kongoi country.
whikb. .till draws heavily on his majes-
ty's resouirce.t





WING, HOP& GO,
-Importers and Dealers in-
Chinese and Japanese

*-Fancy Goods,:*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No at South Palaf ,x Street,


Laundry Office


PYINSACOLA.]


Acme Beer.


TIHE BEST BEER SOLID IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A'so Soli by M, Perry and Win, Yatcs.

The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty.=zz
Prompt Deliv-ry and S -ti-factior


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HEEll l i 'M' N SIa O1DRAIN THE

|r, F o r Y' .hPL2 a g.lf l A BBnfk ^g .


WII",jKLY InCtE1DULI* o ro terini th. hom, ,n11iffcturer yo0
n uil tilpiu T:. th*cmus-(eof Inti'. lou owe
FO -TFAM DIVItION It to th.-,I, onunity in wh'eh v,,u live and
.FUNS1 4* 4) 1,,TERMINAI whwbh --itt ritute. to NAour %u,,port.
PlNS ! 4)II \lLEjCTKICTERMINA1 __________________________t
lAILLWAY ( )MPANY.
Trwi'a I-sv- P-n".cola tor tho Little PIROFESIONAL OARDS.
Hay -u, Pzitn-tto t-.-ah. Warrington, Navy ---- --
'l ard % i i o.-t lnarraica! Sat
a.M.a-r,.:voat ,Iort Barranca.. 7:lI5a.- Dr./Ta reeI luS fTeQreary
i in. aI. a.-.ve at Fo. t I1 rrftuic s 1t f1 *
U. .ill rrive at Fort r.or'ancas 1 4: p m
3 *. :1'r'.'A. a; t"inrt H"rft'A '""- ii ar I IIr
I., p in. a : vri.v-eat Fo-t a-'rrancas. T7:;,p m PdI 2 i r ln
,; I1 It:-,r v- %t I o0.1 Barraicas 4:i5p.ni
T'rt n., leave Fort Barrancas for o'e na- li ili,-hl te. Itl Fscaiiltt.i.
Col.y At )'|h tJ : i.
:V a. ni. arrive at Pe.-nacola..... aI15 t n if!lc*. I'Al-mbin e .t,.- Kuii' ini.r. 11 Soutl
il,) p. III. m.arnvet-at er asaco!a......... :44 p.m t'alaft x 4tre.-t. '1mne :T.
4) p. m. *."r've at Pensacola ........ ':45 o.m rn_
S' ji arr.v'. lat Pe-ni-acoia ..4.1 p m
7:-i p. m. arr.veat Penaisacola........ 7:4.5p nit D W B DTEWEBXER
A5 p.pm. arrive at PenLacoti......... 9:S0p. m WM. w i
1:2n ^e-ct e :. OFFiOE-Hanash Bros.' Drig Store.
SU.tDAY COHIDUDI.
Leave Pe =aca,. Lv Fort Harraneas. RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree
9 a. m. 1i a. m.
l a. M IS m. -
I1 P. m. p m. 1 "
P.nP.m. Wm. H. Marean, M. D.,
4 p. 6ipm.
spin. P .m. lHomeopathic PIlsicial all Sargell
FAR9 FOR VK DATe.
Pensaeo!a to Fort Barraneas and return u6c kate of Ocala, Fla.,
PeQ.acola to Navy Yard and return ..... n Offers his profestional services t th* elst-
Peuuosacola to Palmetto Beach band return t U Zeno of Pensacola.
PAAK roP SONUDAT Espeolal attentions given to th. treatment
of Chronic Diseasee and Dieeasee of
Ieaeoola to .rt Barraanea avty Women and Chlidrta.
ld ard a roter ...... -. .. Thirty Years Practice in the South.
Passool PalmeO Beao a3d Office Hours;- ma. to lSm., :to p. U,
Beidenee Phone No. WS.
No freoght received alter 8:1: p. m.o neRo
...... .. .... i-RoBn Builln--Ioom a

LODGE DIRECTORY Dr. Wilmer Hall

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. DENTAL SURGEON,
Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K of r. IsIoImic Tipl. Phol 64.
muets every Monday even- -
lag at S at Ca-tle Hall nnU rr nl
in Hlutchinon hall. West
Int-ndenciastreet. KRIND R1 iRK Bill!
va.ltting brethren cordially
welcomed.
w H. JIrIV;NBI. To be Given By
K. .R.H 'H. HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H.,

W O W. dd Fellow,, Hall, Wiarrington,
Live Oak Camp No.I Woodnman of the Monday, April 23, 1900.
World.
M.-,tt lr-t and third Fr;dAh night In
ach niontia. VIaitin .dv.'-re.-;,gr4< cordi- Tickets 50 cents. Ladies Free. Free
allvy tv.iLed. W.. W. WATSON, Tranportatinn on DuDii.
s. THAMKN. ('Clrk. L'. iran-portatinon < Dumiy.


0--PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIES SALOON
o-DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Cot ner Ralmont and Devilliara Sta. PENArACOLA, FLA

Cold Weather
Coming. ..-ad in yo
orders and letus fill your bin before I
cold .naparrives. We will send you z
beat coal you can procure for eithtier bahi
or beating purposes at reasonable prices.


TIompsoa, OlseQ 9 to.,
Dealers ln

Coal and Wood,
Offlee and Yard: S. E. Corner Zarrag~ogs
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


FLA

ll Ciilm hrta ul Cdi lalmm.

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

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


Ieals tech Day
25c Each.


HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA.ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From *l1.0 to l$.fE per Day. v LODGING:
515 and 510 S. South Palafox Str.et. Pensacola. Florlda. i 25 and 50C


H. H. WICKE.


"Da 'nheisser Bros., Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter,


4l1 S.',uth Pal. fox '-t..
Phone No. 114. P. 0. Box 2M1.


No. 6 South Pa fox Stiest,
Ali Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittinge Materials Kan~t on Hand


mOuL BIOL,


GENERAL INSUIANE


Real Estate Agents,
PENqACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO oF 'HE
LEA'IN(+ FIRE. LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY, PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM Bo)ILkR I.N-
-t'RANr'E *'OMPA tVS ..
rneACI A Ijts of tie EqiitablI
Li Assurance Sopiti of tie
United S'ates.
r P.iitjonr'r. olI .3e*rry rTV


HEINBERS BaOs. I coot


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Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.

v)nGOLAYz(p.

Grist and Corn Meal M1ills,
X. F. GONZAAz.Z & %0O., Prop$,
%lanutse,.:
CHOICE M. H-.A I-' N t NI. it.E GIROUND
STOCK FEiE.
Ppst ronizet H'me liu't-.for there 1s
ev-!,%rv tw. vou !i-e .otw ltiv rMeal and
M',wk I'-.t from tL~e 1- aw...'M, facturtfr.
ff)eby -Y &itoin nw 'L ~l' curh ,horn.. lad j
try. ) EU fu h iey -4 I. t-Itit) t corn muntsyp
ando~ i mi' ltur at U n itS re f .t'! ly I'. flCilfd*


Telephone No. 147.


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BOARD OIF PUBLIC SAFETY.
Regular Weekl Meetir g Held This
SM iriing.
A rpeular meeting m f ti bh, ir:!, of
public -aftty w,- ; l'd. t in tfl n iIg.,
C'hair;:;i Da'.i-ll >r..--; iir ld all
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birta1 (i'f tM: la-t ri- xmy wwtX usel Our boit-
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A.il r.-.r io~-nc-el of tine Litltle
k- lc~ninntr. :i- Adeld I-tI luiiLt.
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I !,I' i V f i rt i I- if IM r. an 'l iM r-.
FV 1. I L'A. !.i I ,t f .'- | lv -" ii' i at ; :/
, with thI i:i in th-;ir h'-re \-vemneim t.
i t lit-ir toriz. it litti, -i x- -v:- -, i l, 1 1 AI -tn L -
t-r. J.-illni', lavin ii dit-i at ' 1 -k
thn-i liiiormIin.:. ltiterii.tent will takte
plat. ,'- Ii "rr w .
Major Frederick A. Mahan, of the
enininieer corps. I united Statts ariny.
wio i- well known in Pen-acola, has
been placed oin thle retired list on hi-
own application after thirty years
-e-rvice. He i-. a brother of Captaini
Mahman. and wa-a formerly secretary
,of tine lighthnous-e board.


I e irphanz -if t !.* Poarl EL4ga n u ivers:trv kof tlnf marrii'we4'f lDeputy
!ne-. e-cq.Ft*ed byln,v ii 't i'? 'n. ha tve IH.rber SMa-ter J ohn iPric". a nd. as a
11 V I: #,'ird I A% tt. ittl I A- F4.1k-'j tokp:m of tlne'ir lnn-rt regard atnd es-
V :?rl(i'. to a.ttertid the p#-rt'rx-of i -teem 1fir him, tin- other nteinber-; of
,:ie:t (luttet'.; ;tiI~c mAll t-o-ia~ght. the 4offief lorcp presented him with
1,. LJ.'n~fn-a:n. t I,. etliejeif p;outt r aijelevant silver pitcher. Mr. Price
thA fut he-rn t.i to- L~um rer 0, 1- justly proud of this handsome gift.
Al-Ililes too-div ald zinorm F henit asprAet*to him that it
NF- II ti It I- I I'" Ao o ar h n i w 4p e e t
%al of ait"1 t11a I-11011- a va difficult for him to expre!-; lii.
-;iuiuzder.
PwI fun'raul *-f Jo-Tmi e 1, ldt iiiliter No1ft" Healer In Town.
II~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~11 1~k lcetiz~ora ori The greatestt healo-r of ndei
S 4 :.if At cl ''vk ft 4111t i A, Uf~t Ill v r,-- I. 0111 BAN NIP R SAL.VE. for euts,
-W.N 'o W.- tr-. ;r tre.woiunds. sores, pilt-s and all sk in diu-!
*t re-i: at~t.Joini ei-te-s. It ina guaranteed. NV. A.
rm#-o ;At St J-hi*I DAleniberte.
Thinzio hi-upper zi''-'rn 'v It;"e
hem ~I.! Alt tilt. lt~4~ HLI: ~I1 A
Tw I n.1-AS n ( 'T) n 1pli
v -4 1t. i :Abr I I I :tI~n-;-i ~iThis Morninig
Tonit 'nAmthje boani d qf health


CELEBFATED W~it(.-~-
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lait ichi repolicrt t iat they saw two
niion-ter wlhale- in the- hay about a
mile to t le we-tward if Town Pointi
Iloy thi- mrn'tiini.
Thjvy we-r- apparently abluit fifty
f-et in l,'ii~thi and t!ihir Il:.ead< wer
a- hii; a- h 9lo ieh-a(. while th-ir finl-
-tio (od up like barn dtooris.
A- tni'y sorted about in the watefi
thep sent -treanim hih aloft that
lI, ek- l like wait'-r-sp< iits.
Saita iiI lixon Reed and other sea,
fei ini: ni-n -ay tlhey aire what i-
knowin l ;- Utinlhack whlialts a:ili that
tw.. or more li thelin nlter the' 1i%\
i # ai ly every stnimiinr.


FDRBES


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l:,i )ln iii'- A t l il! t '..i ': -' \V w i I i t ry i- i. ;t-i- ; miti -In f-
l'',ll,,Wv :: 1 i la f-t .ifia., i;-: f, -'if rrlor pain- ? i the IIe b:#ck. I
I), 1ii-. !I., '.T2 X: \ t 1.,.:lm-. ;,. l- t- 't i FOI.I:-'-. K I'N.- ('* I d K : la d
M <,I|;',ll ', : I 1 ,1:'; M' l fil -. 1 71: An[- oi4ne ii ttle cured Ine I r ciiiinleid
I k-ti. I Atlanta. I1 :.: t. P. ,;. it to) m y fruie.ds." It has giveii t.*-r-
I I.:nil .i ir'qi.'te. 1.2'-. f eet s;atisfacti i n. Take no sub-ti-
br'e-ezitg te-ni t- rature conititiini- in tute. WV. A. I) Alemiberte.
thie !):tk killini fr-i.-t r-irte(d fr,.i Norltlh Tlie (elebrated Singer.
Plat.-. T!hi. r(ecet -tirln, ce:.ter- ili J. Clutter's Music House has
thle Lak;e r. 'i on to-dty anud hi.. -ecutred the ageincV for, the Wondor-
,r, s-ur( -atteni(ld: lbv c -ar and cooler ful Sintier Piano. They have just
weat!,-hr i- adv+ i i -,, from the west. received a shipment of these pit noj.
M. J. \VXI(,T. JK. from the factory, and are the finest
s serverr. instruments ever put on the market
Ituznini: ore. ulcers., oils. pim- at the price. they will be sold at;
pl-s. te.. eluinkly v ned b BANNER these pi ices range from $250 to $375.
SMI .V.:. ti1e nm.-t ile:aliniz -alve in Thefy ar all in double veneered
thie world. No other "--jut ai- good.'- cuses. extra handsome polish. Each
WV. A. DI'Alemberte. is warranted for five years and are
.. constructed of the very best mate-
Memories ef a Wae. nra 1.
Mn eorir to a in ih. Please call in and see them if you
Did u vr try to dance wth are anticipating buying a piano in
frvi.nine.r- n.-ke'dl a L..,uisville gentle- the near future, for they are certain-
mann \lio had .le. n traveling abroad. lv beauties. As this is the initial
"I did one,." he continued, "and that shipment, we will make extra special
experience was tLore than enough for inducements to the buyers of this
n1e. It happened at a hall at Musta- first shipment.
pha, at the Hotel St. Georges. I asked J. M. CLITTER'8 MU'SI HoUSE,
an Austrian countess to waltz, and 112 and 114 S. Palafox St.
when we started I supposed we would
dance in the leisurely American fash- He Fooled the Surgeon,
Ion. The countess had a different idea All do-"tors told Renick Hamilton,
In her head. She. preferred to whirl of West Jefferson, 0., after suffering
niadly like a dervish on a space that 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
couli lie covered with a parasol, and would die unlep s a costly operation
on iecounnt of ier superior stretch I was performed; but he cured him-
on neont of her superior streteth I.self with five boxes of Bucklen'-
(-lung to hler. and we began to spin. Arnica Salve. the surest Pile cureon
"l'inally. when t seemed to me that Earth, and the best Salve in the-
we were perforinin- our antics on the World. 24 cents a box. Sold by WV.
ceiling with our heads hanging down. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist.


I co(iil stand it no longer ind. ga-p-
ine for breath. suggested that we s.;t
down. I saw two chairs gallolpi'!i
rIroiud tlie no n and prlepalred to eeat thin on the ntoxt lap. We st'eredl fir
tliinii. I clingl Ing 14 pllessly to tlite ath-
h'ltic lady. anId tlicn we sank down. f
Sat da< :'ed and u :ilii'.t irse -iiilteh i'.:ll I
was anrouseNd y tlh clountess s:viynig:
'ExcuIe e. I iiit we ari sitting: o'i
the same clihir.'" -[I,.troit Free 'rn --.
A R. i-n-- of Mhiigdntiiwn. Ind..
1.'-i t l -, ip ten 'r ,,rtw-[ve tin"l-s ili
tie niiht. aind ha I -tevre backaeihe
:nid pain in tie ki ine -. Was;curedd
Ily I al.F: '- K ll INvv('i'RE. It's giar-
ant e !. \V. A. DAltiiibertte.


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qfestiouf. Ask youir dealer for them.
NAVAL STORMtE MARK167.
Itepirced Daily for The News by
AMemerf. A. M. Mo~ea A Go.
ROSIN.

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CaiIIInn F&n50eU nV*I DI..I kn3.1b .-ek f-i.
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9teresti 1 Fi8ures.


CatpitaI it the Y-our ir-"at IBanirks (of th e Wor'i.


Bank of England, .
Bank of France, . . .
Imperial Bank of Germany, .


Bank of Rt


$86,047,935
. 36,500,000
28,560,000


ussia, . . . . 25,714,920
Total, . . $176,822,855


FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL L FE INSURANCE COMPANIT $ 31
FOR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 311. 1ti9, 0 1
Or S125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Thn- new fiormin of p ii of Tinh .Miitual Life Iii-uraince (',nipaiinly of
New Yo)rk. lhRihar'l A. Mc('urdly. President. provideti :
Fir-t T. I Slt( CI 1E( TI'Y ,of $:(>I.s44.5:;7 of ;is4v-(.
Sicnl--l'l"( FIT ABLE INVE ST.MENIT
Thiri.- I~llBlRAIL IA .\N TO TIHEi1 INS. IEI).
E x i'lll 'le I t rl ii-::::! .t' inll .:-, S. 1:' ~:il ..
SAlli li{< l ,l 'l 'it : !li linr;;In., itl, ; lx h. : inil i j' of i ; V.
JLit.er:ll -'irr' n, 'ir \ lli -.

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CECIL W I. LCOX, General Agrnt,
JA KSONVILLE. FLA.
V. (. CIIIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---F THE--

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID ED1REFT I !"r, ,M,,,,,,-< ,i. -,r v ,. ,vpy 'r (ov-
D AV ID E l- F IT ltN\I I NN -IN I'{-I T. F I'A.V 1.-: I .. I.A.


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.


Duck Skirts in White, Black and Colors from MISS R. NEWELL, .AXnco wcr
65c to $100 DRESSMAKER, Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.


Linen and Crash Skirts trom .... 75c to $2.00
White Pique Skirts from ..... $1.50 to $6.00
The BetterOnes Trimmed with Biail a i.d Incertinz. .-nd all
m ade up it' the Newest Styles ....
3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This i? a Regular 7c Value.


No. 10 North Baylen treat.


Photographic Artist,
20414 South Palafox St.


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S4--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--@

KREUGER & KUGELMAN,

WHOLESALE CROOERS =*
AN ENTIRELY FRESH ANI) NEW HTOCK OF FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED r-y o C-ur 3olcon fleoco liour.
Salesrooms, 132-134 E. (.ovornmeprt Street.
Warfhoii-e. Cr. Tarragona and C. r.:!; Streets.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORICA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1800. 7


S trong
Bones
In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children. You
should not foret that it con-
tains Swe and seda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bone and good
teeth. It's this fiorming time
vou want to look after.
growingg bodies umdsthave an
Ulklidiested 1aLJust fthinhow
much of it then is in aiii as crewn.

seers town
15 cN en MOMt easily digested flan
c-c~am. It'ssurprisng how cNIii
drcr' thri-ve when given 1tL
[Don't keep the chidren living on
6ei cd_c of sickness all the time.
M~ake them strong wd rugged.
paump and heafty. Scotts Emnul.
)n fCJ 4c-liver O00 and the IHypo-
p...H5of Line and Sodawild
th s',#,r them.


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HEAVIEST RAIN FOR YEARS.
32i...l....Pjel144('tat Off From Outsidil

!k1..'rl-Ki. April 1.H'aat-fromrn
nq ortho.rn ti ud c'-iit rd I M i2'
meaw"'r, 74 ']#.'gaph I aITAI jtelt'11ahone' ("Ali
n1Iuni. ~~..i~a -n1witi7-* ri lA'.-Ill.AIV Tt ArruleIa'(e.
The haii.." rr'a- r'''.-t**-:i,1)u6 1lav'AA
Mtjoe;a'-1ttw4)day.'.% Ti avl ndtruflic ir.
ILT~ly ilv I-tlance, alre 7U, U't4.R-'p.rt-
fr, AU. .J.w.k-". .nstat-- thbtt no) truin," hal.-
rna,--ed tirir.ughth(ilt- ct' vsin'e the ea,)nth
bEoil etlij Isiiger train aon the Jllhut-i-
Ct't.ral %a--sterday UI ring at -3 u'cl~s'k.
Wit:,tzib zrt' rep. .rted inw all ajirectitons
IC.-purt- troju Cr y- al Sp~r.ngs and Midih
P-11 -tate' tbht both COt-ton and (lorneramp
wtii] havt, tAbe rer~lwattt]d D in ni'an, lJ.t
ALL TRAINS ARE ABANDON Er
NM4)11II, ud Ohio Truck% Badly IDana-
aged by i'Iood.
MA lunx.April I17.-All trainQ (in the.
114lele' and Ohiu railritad bet-ween thi-
phla' -aun~l Murlilanu. Mi!-n., have been
al-wtidunt-1an, td tnotrman hAs left heni'
restrda. lwrn~ing. The Pertiou~
atr' Dnu] Na'rili*n it. ut'ira'l vcov~ered by
(l'tr A.Ua(1 hA' tue -tri'ri".zidous rain.
fall ana l,- .'I-re:nlh in tht- city datii.
lire' al, .r.].prtt i 111141traffic an thq
~% A7 IAa-e'lxrA -i.':a. .voihIrtui- paallv]'
wAAti tith.' A191'aw~l 4 ihi~a. i.4 alsaa ade'
I1 aA-, i.th' t, flavia:t t~a raeStiutti brtidge'
WI:.6. Eti.1til.' ucu.tn tel llliart..

~4 ~Ix\. Nfi,.- *Apr'l 17.-Ti~ ln."R4,4
l~7lI itll t ~n- li'I 7 a- reached
lrI'LT! :11 T!.1, I A~A 'lI-city ig (Al
A ~ ~ .1t .'A lit~1l ~ rid *eleept bv
A A 74 l1I~U ll"?i i' A jthat
XV w 11:eUwirel. All 7 Ii .11-;!t
ulat-L-I ada': : .jfor an '11. -1 .'111"-IjA4 11-01

ftU av 7'' R;4A .11.41 In L(Po' rlinhe a' t.daA'

anr~ rr .r.,A' 7 tA A ;tAis,?i Idig
.TI~ 7.' .::I '71'.al A.IlaAAt ,ilf j le'tt mi't

THE HONEY MAKERS.

tI nt it I-
La ll'AI'.. 'VA1 '7'A- al ''.:a'h'a f,1r the
1 '7iii t'l22 ti. ''..it'7li Iwi'Iis in w'Ain~ter teaes
a'u1i AAAi t iII'..1T'iallAI3' raar' bi'a.ud, e!-pt.'-
c.ia,:Iv 'tuA''. rd sprItjg.
NNVLe'ri t. art, ce'rtatin that the lwzeq
ha'.a'tIA71b sit Ara'- to) Last tht-nit. it if
la-I 11t U-t. i-turi. ttieulill Iany w.ay.
1'.:113'II i tit. slr~ing is a geie'd rime to
t'lran.7' r, 'aicithfie' lits""are getting .9 lit'
tie, ..i' and '.'. a-rn there.' iti very' Iittk'
Ifa 4'..l'nijV lq,'. 'TtPS 4tjI4Il'lf-S-S. lot-sure
lhv.'% 11:1'. e uiii a' ltl tel LA1A,,.1 '.f t e in iti~eptr
nsjI ., T rfat'1 %u.'ITATter. laft'l %.AlltenIthis otne is
a'Ibe'-iuia.'t tiat slie 'twatA.Ic~w s fertile.
.Ue t il h't. atoe ., e'a ..'. firing thie do'.r-
aT'P- a 1t1 elrIi c..t T(I i',''- I. lie lti'.'e -w.it h a


l'A:I ATAA 1,! I 11.0t 3a fiuaq-(AA'eA f thel.' ev'.'t
l~it t ll -4 a q-i'11'I I C T h.laA A3t ln.lt
:ao i t 1.' l. i l %%Tl''.71 A! Tilt' (4IAI7 1'



THE CYNIC.
'T!e,P !.-Mvr pt-; le'v A(A 7 l 1't


1:'... AAAA' hi'..- I ''..ai-fr a u::1T

77-~~~~~~~~ *i11. 1.1 t7AAT..'i.:lt


A 7 7. A'. 4. A.AIAAI7i",'
I. A' 'A A.
A A- . I. 7. 7 7 e''i'...A'' i -'
A.'... A .iA I .
A ., a a .


ct'- I Iq t:*a m of III--- g~ a.. flit a


w (evAI Li t 1 n i *!,it





c.7l(:ku1 le ai' 1 lle'etrimmited ('!.ie'
hIt .Ifor $1 *1 $1 anid 61.75. ill~e.
71~AA.Mixt-d Braid-i. etc.




('I7.Ceol.4tP (Creamn Minit aferra.
,I'.- 1" d ;Ilrer II-l tnet ' thA-'i. tell

MY ~ rx on A Finc(-'I are
headlqita/'tevv .. r r h amnw-
PIn t'CA's. eit her line or cheap.


1`i!EN OF MARK.
AAfDA1'. ' 7!('ATt T. A AbAli.
r A %,z ~ t- I:A.A AI rA Arl
At .A A.
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A A A A:i . A

V.-,1 1 I,. i #. ,i41 i A1.1t 1 111 w ho
A, .A i tA-A v, t-r ay. %-.-.s 4a ru
go'o in the C'tO7Qit -1-t e, army ~f.duri~ngthe

.7'. A'.war 7 A 7-gi'illJuly and willAAAAr floa l.
7 *. a Atip 7t 1 San (1FruLA where.jU.4

tlsi' T llEAT 7Ito pr !71,7l.le l
GeneraI l Sir Wal T.'u7.tnr Butlerwho wInstI'
comaT nder b..(in cte'..' f' ind lyaduin. g theri
has tw'1e'sits aI".i i stCiflte irit'ur thi
per-,Iwich h'avnip to i'~i, l'rtacitic.- hi.'.A
Artil wituess the rk-risUTnvugo(Atthe hero-
ofittinder, iiith('A11': an !i(-tIl fgvcrnat..r
itbas tillJKuthe 11, aitn-ifthe IATI(ing.,1i1-
drolq ...]eit il a trA:' rf I'atCtIe' LA!tiugi' li&''Ae
fExtrq-:a tlit :. r eb1r i. Alli, k.dit upwith


ai.,l be is unablo.Ie A A:t.. I fA-.1. NI:
ovAer, a reolI- t LA;: 'i iAl N l '.l, o etmI i. Ilklr-
went fi.r' l.o. -'&: ; *I I I c, :itcl:'t ,r,)%'*,S

1a''jiaT-iIt t I'iA' If terr''l' to all
jilt. fri. w7a'' h t' I t k ei'7
1'411.117 7. ''",e %% w e.217 ", IAAt-
hl.A CI'. A v 0, t!A I ;i t S 4. v 11% '1
Th1.. I A 3A1':AA :! 'il 21711. I.. jA i~'*k A210:
F-oI P-l o'" e'I A it ti. t I SAe A. A4:4-..'
a X'"S(te 1V:Iry f w'.::[-. is ;ibiA t.T) 11I liktA 41
IAIAl%%it r7!.h. rii, 0 I i'!' Ib L a, lIllf7JA
I-tTit if T4' LU7 1e[AIZY li it' It' ars, fa

..e ...AAAA'I- ''2 I W ao raeste'r. 'who, .lit;1
el' Nb L~iza~it. Imi i- a~tItlt an dr ;if a salary
eid~ k a 'tr aIs managerl:ig crAta(~rlin
Ilaillilig i"Itt-l'o .-t if the. Plhilippiine Is-
hI nds.! 5 lilt] 'm; he.n 1; i ii t' 75 aelies stoimits-
sic neri tile' utailtlo I.t toI ay 111'acce'Ipt the cof-
ft'r. 11it,. sualry iat the. Uuive;'sity uf
AMir'igarl lwasa $1.6(m;III.


Deafne*m Carnot ti e ureut
by local applications as they cannot
ireaeh the diceas-d portion of the
ear. There ik only one way to cure
deafne-,. and that if by constitu-
tional remvdi-,. )Deafness is caused
by an intlanimd co(nditioii of the mu-
e:,us lininL- of the Eustachian Tube.
Whe-n this tube isinflaied you have
Al rulmblini' -s-und or imperfect hear-
ini. and whfn it en-ftirely closed,
I.-.afne--i th result, and unless
the inflanuination can be taken out
and thi- tubs, ro tored to its normal
C(O.nditioln. li#.ari ri, will I. destroyed
ftor,'v-r: rinT" (a-1-" 1ut 1if t; n i.r'
(.'ml-,'d by (..ctar't which i, notlin,
blut an inttii-i,,l( cnditioan of the
iwiciu,'> -tirtv:te-.
V. will iv. (i.,O Hundred D, llar--
f,,; tI:ay ca,;i of Dl)fafniifss cau-*-d by
,.It; :'! r t'i; ('ica lla ot be ;rcufe-l a1v
l I;i;l '- 'atarr. C(_'t r S-nd for cir-
F. J. Ct:FNYx':v-&Co.. Toledo. 0.
v.;1 hv I vr u iL' -; -. 7;I'.
H .il'- i:'.tn.ily Piil- are tlie lf-t.


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COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.
Hare /you tried Swans'
I Down /lour.' I is the whitest
a(ld sweetest 6n the .4meri-
can market, in barrels, half
b,,rrels, l pound and 12
pound sacks, wholesale and
retail.
Trel I)elatour's Ginger
.41e: best Mineral Waters
on the market. equal to im-
ported goods. and only
S1. 10 per dozen.
Try our Fre'hl/y Roasted
C offees.


ITIs. .,IIL'H(;H.
Ul'holesale and Ritail Gro-
rr t onem 10"- .


W EAK KIDNEYS are dangerous Kidneys because they
are favorable to the appearance of Bright's Disease.



SPrickly Ash Bitters

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

IT IS FOUR MEDICINES IN ONE. A SYSTEM TONIC PAR-EXCELLEC[E.

PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE PREPARED BY PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.
SOLD BY ALI. DReOGISTS.


PAST

BOTTLE BEER





HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING







TRY I-
A CASE L-T


THE ORIGINAL




S. A. FRIEDMAN,
Proprie.tor.

AtsENTS FOR
High-Grade Liquors.
Silver Brook, Private Stock. Ben
Hardin Sour Mash, Very Fine:
Friedmattn's Celebrated ld Pri-
vate Stock. 12 Year Old; Old
Silk Velvet, Kentucky's' Perfec-
tion of Purity, and L,,)t. of Other
Brands which space will not pe-r-
Init to mention.
The Largest and Best Sl--eted Stock
of Bottle Whiskyv :lind Wines
for Famnily l"e.
Tei Juz Trade is Our Main Spcialty.
Alo Ag' rt for h It Faaiius Pa t %t l-
weukli - Kteer. lFrt I r.'i%'ry to very Part
4 tiE ie ity.''.
P1. 4i. Box I'. T,!'l. !:>Ali 17.


P"' 'SACOLA FLA.

"THE OLD RELIABLE."

3-. 3Mu&ller,

Choice Family GraceriBes,

<4lnur, Meal anil FBeed.

Everything Fresh and First-Class in Quality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


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


OUR


NAME'S


PANTS !


4
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Said about tO) pairs of
long legged. sort legged,
slim, fat, passy, bow
legged, s-traight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
mnnts. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables.
.im, pairs of pauts in one
day is a good many, but
what :about then? Some
are a dollar i pair, good
cas-in;ere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
Zood c:t--iniere pants.
6o1nte are, three dollars a
p:tir. good cassimnere
1ipanti. Somell are two,
threat al:d four dollars a
pair. z-ood worl'ted pants


WE DO NOi

buy /pants for adver-

tising purposes-to sound

cheap. We bih good pants,

pants that are made of

good goods: pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch

pockets, (tf watch& your


o. Box 6. money pockets


SOMETHING NEW

*,EVERY DAY,



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tolopxono 80B.

ZWlPatrotls. New and Old, ; ire Cordially Invited to Vi-it and l Inpect
their Immense Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT J .ANI'A:Y "-7. 1'.x).


No 4). No. 2.
V.15 140ofl II :2a1I) Iin
1.:5 p min ":50 111 x 1t
1:!--, p III llL5 a HII
1-:3)it a sI7: 1a III
) 1 113 7:11,1) titI
4:," toe In) 7A:-6 a III


Lea6v,. Pn-steolit .... A rr:'A't
Arrive- l'onatoit A I'!v
Arive .. MNI Ae ..a- .4ari~rt',
Armilve 'Now a 'rlearm. Arri'.
A rrli'- CM l ontoine-ry A rri%#-.
A4rrive ,. ('Inc21 iti .A ri


-N I N A. 73.
4:1-7 p aa int t 1
nt fia44n t I g 121(1t
7 W)a Ta1 7:15 pj) aII
I2 :-' a II Il 1:t:ip fIn
"t : 2 1 I I i ft III


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


No. "_ .
l. l. t ,i n11


No 3.
7 ;.1," it III
7: A-a inm
9: '. it ill
' : .; ;i di


Mei Ttoll


NAA 77.
It (NA 71 ill
TE.2aA 1j faa
4. AA74 (55
. 7.a 7) lit


No. ""2.
.7: '' p in
1'2:5 p rn
l-':."7 p lit


nights in


case your wife u'ants to see

if she is actingng half of

your income) pistol pockets

and re freshmen t pockets-


WE SLL All *



WOOl PINTS,

Solid as a rock. plain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2.54.j that will keep an able
bodied man bU-y nights and days to
wear them out in a ye.r. and for
$3.4Ni, some n'w faIncy ca-"iir.ere
pants. lapped A--ai>- and creased


kniee-.


i it 11 : i' it Ill 'i r alini an: :I p ll 1 11 .nooll
.iA i i. 1o11 I v.-r .1 u:i i n .''t :3t p1, in 1 :: I
7.2 p In .1kA .2In ii i.' ':7 a ll
7 .:2) 111 .l ,'k .i.a Ill" *:-l;; I InI



Delmonico fotel and Restaurant ,


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

":.. e tooms foP Rent by the Day, 'leek or Month. f
311, 312 Norlh Tarragona Street, Opposite Uniom Depet.
O-Teiephone 68.--
--- GEO. WILSON & CO,.-
Don't Forget to Stop *ith the Fat Man.
FRESH VEGETABLES MIV DILLY. IHOLESILE All iRETll. -A.,
Hello! m Bordng Pensacola, Flria Iain't., but will,
at the Ielmonic,. Pensac ,Florida. ,,breafter. A


,ur6- wor-tfl


pit- f"r t.,, that ar'e -imply great.
Patroniz, oiu Pantry. it; l'yJ-.


THE


POD


DURHAM Cigars have Iron bedsteads are cool, -
been tried and fire test- comfortable and durable-
ed. D'Alemberte sells J/st what you need for
them. -summer use. Call at Mars- IC o s
Son 4 Finch's and select
Suboribe to THE .NEws only I ,
cents per week. one. __ The Bg Dowm Towl Clotkiert,
ROSS & co.'s Smoke DURHAM Ci-
w~rvnowv anrFv- ff._ars at TDAlamrnhtaslt KAQAK11 i Q 'Da1a..^vw 4


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
alstred at the Port office at Pensacola.
Fl,..e cSond-clIas matter.
Or Ct : Plt:; building., :11', uthi Pals-
e street. up-sftair-.

THE NIWS PTI rLISHING CO.
Terms -Invariably in Advance.
One Y~ar 11V Ma.
"11 motw.:-
Tbrc .l,


THE WEEKLY NEWS:
rt . PHO ;

"IELU'HOVE NO. l.7.


March 31, in the years 189~, Ib9 and
1900, had exceeded the sum of %M. -
bile's exports for a like period foi
the sami,- three years, by the -;mn of
$2.410. 1.53.
THE NEWscannot :i '-p: t;, view-
of its l,:'.tl c,>::t-,!llp.r !';-. ;:;.l il -
not b-li v tlhti:. in .... :.: t:t.r atl
ti' t',-r an I li !a -:' r ,rt-. t :. ,,;


I'. i f. I . . "a* .

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DISTINGUI- HID GUESTS.
Signincant Viir F-ront Prominen"
Capitalists.,
Pensacola will be honor-d to-day
by the arrival on the afte-rno !>n train
of Geue-al Russell A. Al:-, r, late
secretary of war. aL. ('C. \\'. D.
M::iin -.f N- w York. -,>lit r -., T'.own
T,,pie.. anl a proar ii ia--it ..i -t o;
th:it .ir.. (G ei-ral -1 :- \\-'"
kn,,w :i a- on, ,f ,I !.. ; >-


S i ': 1 t' M ,: ,: .,- :, : :


ELECrRICITY' S PRANKS.
Live Wires Galore Tlhroaten Life at d
Property.
The linemen of the l-r.iil> a
County Electric Light and l1'wt.r
Company were kept hi.y lait hiij_!it,
th. hel:ivy r':ini having pl; ,v-l ha.-
-.ec wi:h the lighting sySttcn. leav-
i:l_-r tl tow i it iIl'rk". ," w while live
w irt -, b. iw;' i t ti: hrIti h I)'." < t ':
w it t < t l p .* re; ::
i .) ' ,
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N[WIST


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iSYtES


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SPECIALS


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Tl. .1- ,K M. I .I. A t. i.
l-'For s'.lial Superi:atendnt i






IF'or Cnmst able 2d i)sIac :
CHAR1.' P BHI' B
FIor county y Surveotr:
V.C. BE.CK.
Ir.r Membters School Board:
A. .CL"BPA -.
A C'. 11.4 UNT., J :..


THo retirement of Hon. Hoke
1Smith from the active control. as
well as the ownership, of the Atlnta
Journal will be sincerely regretted
by a large circle of his friend- and
admirers in Georgia and other state".
of the South.
THE assurance, from the result of
the recent primaries, of the re-elec-
tionof United States Senator John
T. Morgan to succeed himself in the
position which he has filled so long
and so honortieY, is a dstinct re-
cognitiaPay Alabama democrats of
ithe eternal fitness of thingss" as
well as of senator Morgan tl supe-
rior talents and his passionate devo-
tion to the best interests of hi state
and of the nation.

THE following extract from Mro.
bile's ccupiled ordinance- furn she
food for thought to all Pentiaoe luts.
and particularly to the ietub irs of
(ur city council:
tiesteain whistire hall be l:owl th
city o Mobit e htlngefr oihI t .Ii A 11 !toV t a
time, nor niore t uii three contNlcutiv,-
tiom i nt thlia lie e hout :" aa "y pet rs, I wist
blows or pt-nrti to t)q. ,lo ii iany ttttiam
whadIUCe iulatioin o thisu.ectiou shtall b
umed in sucti tutn as tit.- recorder uniaW uin-
peae.not elctding twenty dollars Prr,-
vidk however. that toattihtig iet-reaU con-
aned shall apply to vetse. ti IL iit tream
a~d under c ay.
THE redistribution of thp negrio
race w hidch lha1 bet n )going 'on ever
since the close of the civil war i
itrikinugly illutrated by th-w n,)illtw-
ing exampllt-lho ubli-lied ill all ex-
change. Til i- yer', t etl-u, will
fur t,-hh no, itit- t.i trin i.ft-\'lat -i
thai 0 touE tl- i ilt t t- tit l -tibjt

in 4 lkail Lius ad t b. .t.- '. p .a.-

inf fx* iau l- publi ".klitd n. a ex-

ch age...t. e .**
In uIts, tli- to', in i s-)uthierni %tat,,. i,:,.
1, l-ii 0A lleglot -.-..:. 1> :. 1,. 1 ..


TItmlNar and lii litlT-r -'vFp *rts.
In last Sattu:day-'s i4-lie (if Tni.
NEWS' was rai-toduce.d an editorial
from one of our morning cointet-up'a-
raries conct iin;e theli tcomipar:tttiv(
foreign a \xi' r;- of l'venacola anlit
Mobile, in w! Ich tt e following li.n-
guage was usedl:
Mobile as a tflitwer andl litutr export1li
poilt.as rapidly f,:'; ;;i to t e t :o:it. :i:.t
tegretful though t:t I fact may ti, t) ihe.
Journal's lc-al r,-aders. bids lfur to -urLpma'
wore Pensacol on tuch a line. Ind-ed., it
Imy et. evei now regarded at having
ase tbhl port In such an Industry. * *
Te Witet remain.. ho.revr. and a continu-
aUtm of Mobil's progress on sucth a liasi
dltaitrto leave Pensacola altoethber in
the rear. The subject is one that tight
profitaely clani consideration at the hands
r oeur commrrttial organizations with a
.aw to reversint. if possible. eonditlo:n,
ta"t prove eansscula to be going backward
ts a tdustry that lit the past has been
be main bsIs of our welfare.
THE NuWS. in a previous iastie.
had already shown that the aggre-
rate value of Peameaola's foreign ex-


a. *. t a 1
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li%',: .litl l' .i i-, ;amil : tI:. : t.1.> ,:-
,'i.ta ia it i5 a ; :t. Iv i,, t ': t ;ir-t
a',tjd-. '1 :.-re is nothi: hiJ ;
abl- In it- ta.-t I. It ha- a v r i :.I'
all. flavor aawl is aecfptablt: l6o ..<
..m- d licate t-. inal : ,.1 |.
H utina!: l1ros.

NEW LIGHTS
On Chliiiicliora a Bank. off the Yi'iatan
Coast. Caribbean Sea.
Editor otiily Naw% :
BEI.IzE, B. H.. April l'i-(On my
passage here from Pensacola, I di--
covered that the Mexican govern-
ment has established upon the Chin-
chorra Bank, which lit-- 1 miles tiff
the Yucatan coast in th.e Caribbean
sea. two light-. Upon the northern
inld of the bank a revolviing white
light, and upon the southern end a
flashing white lignt.
As this reef is one of the io-t dan-
gerous wrecking grounds in the
whole Caribbean sea. the placing of
these lights i- a benefit of the great-
a-st importance to mariners sailing
that sea. and as it was entirely new
knowledire to me. and not having
seen it mentioned in the custom
houses anywhere. I hope you w.ll
place a paragraph in your paper. as
it may be very welcome news toa
sonie of yo,)r reader-.
(ius A XF:I.- IN,
Sch. "Donna Clristmia."
Gl..ri,. s N \ws
Come' from iDr. D. B. C.itrile. ,.f
WVashita. 1. T. He write-: .-Four
bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
.MrA. Brewer of scrofula. which had
cau-ed her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on,
her head and face, and the best doec-
tor could give no help; but her cure
is complete and her health is ex-cel-
lent." This shows what thousands
have proved,-that Electric Bitter--
is the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema.
better, salt rhetim, ulcers. boils and
running sores. It stimulates live-r.
kidneys and bowels. expels poi-ion-.
helps digestion builds tp the
,trenigth. Only )50 cents. Sold by
W. A. D'A!emberte, Druggist. Guar- .
anteied.


lLNN Ic l WSiBA LL.
Morray &aIt Mack Drew a IFair 5Sit ad

.Fimamiizazi - Kll- -wi pr-f nlt. i
at th-L ami-p -ra fiu-ah-lat aiA,:-'.tlathai-
f,;imiau- ari--aalIrs (-'i iin-
Nutr..v ay Id 'Lick.4
'l'hieplayW~iT- i:a t t1- -f iia- sAt
ala- l~t~ar-z l'. jtthe t':-aeI
r,-'mrtf :62 .i fraimti t: tini. :f a

wi,:rIta l:-ttwi ul jiatati-a'i Oatt'i- -
bua.Iril, CaresIarrY a- -*Jl'
lPh ipi S, u-a., Ollie MNI ak a- thti-
s,al C1 1? 14-lN' tum-ray. Iar, rdruama-

Ill 4af W11,II I -vta lena d hue- rt.iil-ic.


,What I wooents Wi!l o().
I: will bring relief totifferer-er front
a-thliiza or .c ntaiii tiol. t-vt-n ttt-
worst casep-. Tli- I a uboliut wh! it ite
dose of Fo(I.EY'S H east-. I-n't wortiI a tri:I. \V. A.
IV'A len.itrte.
ATTENTION :
M< aIlernr (Gunlf Lt4Ige No -;3I. Nat iiaia:a
I'raternity.
R,'-ular lie-otini. on X\V-dne,--dai.
night. Aplil 1 ,. at s.o clock. A futile
attendance rt qut-ta-d.
N. WF -II.AN I'.
H. HORSI,FR. Guard ia in.
Accountant.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of our specialties. star Laun-
dry.


No GripQ, Pain
Or discomfort, no Irritation of the in-
tettine--but gentle, prompt. thorough
Lai..thful cleansing, when you take

Hood's Pills


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here aind they built up an i nitll,1-1 ,
!bu-in i-~ in supp lvyinli fl ilii -. i:-
ner ar'i,-. evuiLcn ti:tA l; itt- :1:;- t :t
trade.
The L eason for ices is again at
h inl and they aIre prepare d to)
n oanptly fill order-, but reqmii-t that
orderss for pure cream be fli, d at
l a-'t three days in advance of th-
time it is wanted.
Charlie LeBaron and stevo Allen.
tl e proprietors of the West Flori.la
-t-ain bakery, have nwade a splendid
business success. iWhen they start-
e<. the first steam bakery ii Western
F.orida. no one thought it possible
to build up such an immense bread,
cake and pie business as they have
do ne.
<4o great was their succes- that
they added a coffee roasting, blend-
inz and grinding plant and soon e--
tablished a large and growing busi-
ness in that line. Then they added
tne ire cream plant and that too
proved a success.
Then they interested.other capital
and it was through their personal
efforts that the Allen Candy Minu-
facturing Co. established their plant
here and began to supply the trade
wi:h pure candies of all grades made
right here at homn. They have
now put on the market a mixture at
6i0 ,'ents a pound that is the finest
ev( r sold here and everybody says
Allen's candies are the best.
1 hese young men are enterprising
atil they deserve success.
WHEN TRAVELING
WIether on pleasure bent or busi-
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Sy up of Fit,. as it acts most pleas-
antly and effectually oa:i the kidneys.
livt r, and bowels, preventing fever.-
headaches and other fornis of sick-
u-s-. l'For sale in 6)1 cent lIottles by
all leading druggists. Mainufacturfed
by the California Fig Syiup Co).
onll:'.


Mukical People. Attention:
Tie J. M. Clutter Mut-ic House is
rect giving daily new pianos anid have
in a:o'k at present a full and com-
plte line of some of the in'.-.t c(le-
brated Opianfloa of the day. The fa-
moust. Kranich & Bach, the cele-
brated L,e.ter and the world re-
iwn led Crown, the oeld i-liable
Royal and Smith & Barnrs pianoais are
all n our floors, giving purcha--er-
aor i tending purc hli-rs aln exceP-
tio):i il opportunity to sol.-. p'anos
ftroai.the ch-ape-t kntiown rliablle
like to the most faini' u-- inikt, .
In additionm to all thli albov,. w<-
have a large liiiln)-r iof -li~htly '-, J
''pr ..'lit pti!i ia-; -owiln- aif tiin ill iih ve
,,ily he b .n i w ilt'l-i the pllrcll a-e-r 'aii -;iv0- flT .in
2i1 ta $.' ,i, a lid on tti,-. -,.CI. on i i hat:I ,
ill :, w calln ltak' t.- !ii- ,i- l-\v ;l -
a' rt iiitith.
\V th .Ail pi:ilt hol. i we i.'iv ; :i.
" L".II ~ irf. stoqi i L-til I ti "1
,i()4o k. '.) worth oif iiai-i( :i:;t l twi
Y av,ir- tlunin frit-, aindI w .- ,.nirii:-
t'-.- tliat nian'ufactturer'- n..-i an
"e a ill hb- 1m1ilad>1 '0<1a(1 ii *'taV i I
ta:; < "t I the:l l:;ght.-t d -t,''t wi..t:
SV< r..
h\\ i a '-f l y .fu lo)I w :ii h i,.ra ;
!h-- d(litff-r'nit lpalnto atiata d i ct-
liill;' imnvit" thie pul)lic to call aid
.xa:tl ine, wlil-tliar you in;t lnid lnii\ 111;
,it r -o t or not.
\Ve- will ronlt vy4. a [-i ilo f''r a fe-w
llali i -.r ni,,li th and the- ra lt c'ii
i;pl i -.ali if piano i- hl)oi.t!i. ( a'l
.tarlv for fir-t tchiC'e.
J. M1. C(' i -ir s Mil-1t Hlors .
Sl-' and 114 Southi l'*l;attlx str,- t


The Appetite of a Goat.
Is envit-d by all poor dyspeptic-
whost- Stomliach and Liver are out of
order All su(h 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.


Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
Ween' Cough Cure, Diarrhaia Reitm
edy atid Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who u-es them
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S.iaubia Ldo F. O A. M..
G ill hIi -ld Tii'ur-Iday.
evening-, April 19. at t
(o'clock. Work in E. A. de-
g rec. All vi-iting brethren
are invited to) attend.
B ordfr W\V. M.
L. C. BENNYrI l,
Secretary.
Bishop J. S. Key wrote: T: rTiu-
INA 1 rethii:l Powders) was more
satisfactory than anything we ever
used.
A NOTEDl MACHINE.
Th' A ; n i /i .11lt, him ;, sold ft 0. .1
PryI','.s B /I Fu rniti'rlt HOpls,' is
not, Id th/iroiiilho if thr t-or/,l for ifs .r-
c //t nt irork alnd light riuiiting, wlhiih
Sra / /rylowis Lke: ) irt al'ts. Yo)u fdo
1,,at irnt mI f m ta-/hiii' a tiat ift tt .s ,t
't a/ ( nit i t i/iii fto ri"n. 7Tha n cta ou#l fI,
UK (1/1(1 n *// so I/ .u our /haft 1/t p 11 'ill
l/f' ii<--fr, a .'o f, '.,11. I i< al.,so .U ria/
ow of t/, l/irgerst up-tfo-dat/ .t,,/ks iof
f /';abri,1 in fthr '-if//-a ', ah/f/ing,
f'rorn thif r-a a' ./i f he t i h, .h f.
YIiion- r d ti !/I),(/ irit h I. nwl
It, a ram t or/of liar.i
.l i r, 1 .1 f ht t-,prompt a tt, /, io, .
Ma !. O *i/i-'i-. i;K/ \\'!ii ;! 'o air'i
a, ,'' /',' ,in, t, /,,,//.,- .
;" in ;; Soaa'/a P '/ell, .
BLISS IS Till: MAN.
Chlis. 11. Bliss is the man who ad-
vewrti-es Pensacola. He does it right
and deserves your support.


NUTS! 10c. PERit POUND).
Jaitoby lnia~m;i-jk to WO p )4lmd-4(I4Ef
Itali:i it('li-:tmi it aa ml Choice H azel-
'lilt-..which lie i-- otleritiv, to close
otit. att 'IC11, c.ntpe1r I4,uln. 7itf
Fewr Fly Time.
Nfe-;re. J. E. & ACo).. No. 11 N.
J'laf,i In -x*t reiot .Ihave*ap ierf#vct# a r-
rat~2~)Eli~ifoir tiw man&itiract tire -it
thle ha 5 t wintdt aw sreat ii a vr-r a eod
upiponti il-; market. Fht-w' claim fair
it thai fahhaIwi1azd.i:,aL: ito.:
:,Wai'at t11w ciii .4 1fte ik
withoullt the 11-.. 41f t"' 1. Il : t'a.nll
:111d ;a-.h oof tl~ i- iiai ,wca ii. *g-iv
handrf.d riw' at t.'t I f- i Ii-I d tv.,-.I.:
t..rf .r n o-4 t I -; 1:1 a* t


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VOIGNTAIN


MINT TONIC


Ev ,ryboady n-ed- a toi.i thte-e
Lazy -s;ring day-a t ao driv- :away that
tiredil feeling. M tiuntain .If it T iin-
doat- this It invigorate-s andi puri-
fies the blood. It cure- the- wor-t
ca,,se- of iidiz.~etion. It cures per-
manently all stiomnach troubles. It
makes the sick well; th- weak
strong; and it aiv one who i! all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tri-d by hundred- of
people in Pen-acola. everyone oft
whom heartily recoinniends it a- the-
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim fr it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottle. for five dil-
lars. Try It. It is made in Pen a-
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and Shirts, with or witho'-*
Collars, 25, 50 and 75c.



Gents' Summer Clolthin.

Nobby Cassimer Suits, $7.50.
$10.00 and $12.50.

Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.E0 to $7.50.


*Special Prices on Patterns.-*


bii1iaiii ~o~stt&en


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

tozLRepairing Attended to Promptly.iz:
io EAST (ARI)N ST. : : : : : PENSACOI.. 1i 1


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CltoNIXJtTN'JBLOATERS. flI () AN'D H EIt:l N'


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MA! IUIN-I'EAK.
K'l1'-RI:I lEIrtINI;. AN( -OIS jif
1.0 1 511-E1IS. CLA.MS.


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'BUY THE BEST.'


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,: 'I tak; ', 1 a,' a r !" r;"r i*-r nt l' t,'tl n y ;i h r otr ; i.;,. a ''
*I ,,. ." a'-.-ira A ah-o ,l',- 1)l:Y Allt I'R OVI-IO. N (1AM ;;i
1 .'.I ;: : *,I A. h .. l,'i; .;y
; Our Ice Cream Freezers. '
\VAI:KI.\NiEI) TO FREEZE IN .: M N;I ; -


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107 Routh Palafox.

25centta will pay f,,r :ff Stnrday Fine furniturein s//,i,
-dition of the Jack-onvill. M tropo- styled, inclulinf ., "
lia. fa large s or '12 pap aper ), from r c s rs, a el.r re.l,!i1
now until Nov. 1)th. by mail only, rockers at veryre 1
and $2.00 will play for the Daily Pce'. Their stock is o`.%
Jacksonville Metropoli, fr,,rm now plete. Don't buy tan'"'//i
until Nov. Ifth. for ca-h in advance : i furniture until y/O" I''
only. The object of tti- unpuarl- 1
lelled offer ij t1o give the peopple of .,11 # #Aarston 't Cf l
Florida a chance to keep p< atd(I on stock.
the news of the comintr I political
campaign at extreme'y lIw est,. and The best 5 cent Cigar
also to make th;-im b'-t'er a''ia inui-fel
with the leading free .-ilvPr andi On the market is the
Bryan newspaper in the- 5ate. It- DURHAM. Try them at
cartoons are alone wjrth d

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900


A Stng Fortification.
Fortify the body against disease
by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso-
lute cure for sick headache, dys-
pepsia, sour stomach, malaria.
constipation, jaundice, bilious-
ness and all kindred troubles.
"The Fly-Wheel of Life"
Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are
the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
be grateful for the accident that
brought them to my notice. I feel
as if I had a new lease of life.
J. Fairluigh, Platte Cannon, CoL

Tutt's Liver Pills


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: Pinfa For Country Comforts, Nich-
o.1. uTr"d Tinot. He' 'ame
Mck fo thE s ity a lat- I
(e(t Ce ttMan.;

Nicbolsou ttook his f<''t down frmn
the riadii.t,0r. thriew .\\iay dtit-, utt uf
Ii cla1rnr : anld said to lil, p:a1rti4'-r:
"I think I'll take a ruu oXr to Mic-h-
Igani tlllomorrlow. Smith. 1 ha\e 'It It
hted he' old fol;k iu winter for ten
year t and I' ve* e0en' thinking of tht.m
all day. Strnnge this i-la-tly cold,
weather ailamys turns nmy thovights to.
t1w 4cld hir's.ide, wir.e 1on .- -1l4h a day as
this we alil u i'sl t snugcler ; irlnd the
ltig ,oal stotei tn the sitting room and
vat apple's. drink ,iier. spin yarns.
yawn. loll arotunid as V.'- pl,-ase-d al j
go to bad t'-forc' I o 'lch.k.
"Ah, Smith., we hait\ u't anyttlin'- like!
that old fire--ide i th!s hi'. a-rtl'i. .il
'Ity. HIere t1rythinL is doitm f(or \,iu.
You g.-t your lint r,-ady hhetl.-d nil l!ie
liot W.:H.T ir I ,'d. c igr,-' ."i,.. tihli'.. r-
ed tiy p -pskitng tils'. si,.,i:il... sh,,\a 'l-
cd tlice jutitc r anl 3 .>1;rlf c-ni1 1i;;'
down lmi-.st iT, \1..,r ottlf<' dhc r a
1-tr, -vt : .ar trti!h4.ality 41, \,r i N .-s..
It is a life that t<: ,lt.. It l i..; s 1- laz',
to< r.lq oux r io.. Xe*'.. I. 1i, ..i1 di ) i "li-
t-ia arn li\ r.- ,-,i l n,:;i t(lt. i;.\, isn it .'
oo l <61)< ,!l.l 4 \\h N'll \\ '. 1.:1 1 T.t l] l|u ll,
to t,* ',,IInf,'!t:,tdil,. Th'lt u si^ \\hlen we
enjoyeI-' our t1t:1tI!' litN rie-. |ci'i-l-i. l,
I'.t w t' <- % !.! -I -:Inr <. I l .. a ::a \fi \N !
I li, tlu -' 1 :.,. i, l f( ilk Ie.-i!,. tl :!t I..
.st \1,- I la ** c'i \ cin t \\, a ,, c* i .-;r, t i' t
st'*p in r:I s:m .! r, '- it :fr' .i i
th-smt. if 1ot.. f-,r t ,lay. I 2 i;.-- \i.,;j
va:il p.-t ahI :; v ', .* t!. 't !.. ."
"-'4 t in!-. S:- .i S ;::!l: "7 t 7 1.:-7
4 r. if y ,t; :-' 1 -I ;,ll say th.1 t
li pro : \\, :;i l i;., yt hl. I
*" l ii a 7T I,' | :! i 1 t i U ,.,. ; ,| t |I,|i l,'. 1
-r, :.*,t nI :: f1'.r th!.t Iie. .\! :i I
.: 1 s1y I vy t1\ ;arc t. lh;i\ i .\ I:ii- 1 I :i \, :il\\:,y- ;a i. \ c. ,l
in this 'ii :i; ,il I k n \r Iw T Ilini tll!t
114. :artili i-;il -,a lifciirts >i :1 -t':t:u 1.'i!t-
,' d ].1t. I \, .-.!I I *' :I' !ii: %% u la 1 it yi.
ak, a r, '_ ohl m:]!i1. :a1111l t ll mh e all
all olt It l 1 I \. ,tl :, t l,,. ."
"Tha,.'.s. |b :,ln\\ "" :l Ni. hl 1-
%on. ris ;z;. .' :l;l.. "If .,1 ,-:1;I stna il
i', I ltge'- s I sl ry |w;:nt for a w *e-k
frrm [Sui nd .S cau .%at n .'an -iflterino4tn t rnin. g't f|) t!t'"
-old billile ,arly .i. -\eIills.i and su;r-
prise thai old folk wi'l.e mother is tt-
tig utp il t Ilittl '.i t' ft ri t l cr-
I,,w'c [lre'aLkf.-'. I.'.'r "'tt aiiy ( if thoselI4
hionmnade Itiler vaikes IInvan't
We'll, iy dear fellow. you hia\t'j't liv-
*cI more than three-4-ighths of your life.
Now I'm off. See' .vlou in a v'uek. You
kLow my aiddrcss should 1 bLe wanted

Sunday t:Ie thermintomiete'r dr'opedo
away l Ilow 7c.ro. nnud Smitho foundd ino
triable in folloing his in i-tinltlon ito
Pemain in his Vo07y. h.;ated. tiat,. read-
.ni,, smoking: g. d, .;:g ; ld 1pla;ini withll
the children' 11e had taoilidthng I.se to
dJ4, f"r TI:' j,.it.it-I kep the s'cut n-t It
propwr presre. 'I'lTre wns no t.al 1.>
nrtry in. no kindlliin: to split. no early
firel'' i to bl ild llnllill. iltl slot. to dto
b"t rest, or. r-'thr. ,s he -called it. I,anf.
fp t. pi.tllured Nichiol- -so in fa>iry.y and i
-h,' l,.t-ure l .tuIe y ir ldt IIt. i ei vious. i
A. < ,,zu tits dlurInt tlhe day heI \N ish-
.-A he l.ad le-'1n 'cnIi aont f:!rm ori' in a
"1ti:all .,ou'ltry \ iil: .. s,- bl >-oilhl hli\ ,
,niL ',,,Il thl ,It l :' ',-hbc thic ro- t u a !i
| :gs ill tl 4 T t'- cinler ;iol' tpp l. s
and thai' ctit '.:u,.r.s life which all this
n.pli,'l. T,, hl:ai, m,\ri'T!.i;t:n don, for
.1: 't < ..,'1'fort. :i: cl 'iy so1n1. ocic fcs.'.
.; c .'ia t in ki ''. p:i:n I iti' lia < ht.i ,';as "
; ,i- r ip lid' hid m[;it i,:I a1 tritic dc.lro- i-
It'lnt'd.
Suind.ty IiI..t t1' e m':'n triry tok a
c!r'i :i ft.w '' ..7i loh v r. lat ti.erI
w\as t:,' stian\\. mila tihe jail:,tor d ii liad I
*'m y ldiltly. .11tllIly Intr"ti"-" wit s .l. ol 1
I rut.al.!y tt'rie'd a 'i-orkter," lbut as s
Smith i ad ii nly a hlo.'k to ;go to his t
tr:iin lie suff.'r<',d noI ini.'c ii<,.'Ilit. 'ex atIl .
i:wi 1,d hisi oti,-e with hut ;l a'i aue im- t
fpr,.siiin tat iit 3WaS a cold ddiy.
.At :; t' cho k Ti:Lt aftritenil Ni'iholsoi l 1
\; i tlud in. c:-iiit'>ed his grip in a cor- t
Ii'r. ki"k<'d th',w cut 0 er UtLe tra.sonI, ,
lghted a small ga:s heater and sat cn it. I
Stuth was .o surpris-edl at first lie
nfer. Theitn cradiually he fuund his '
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Didn't nbi anyntain wrong-wit the
old folks, did you? Cider run out?
Old fireside covered with icicles?"
'"Look here. Sniith"-iand there was a
worlId of pathos in Nic!olson's voice-
"I wouldn't tell you a wordtl about that
t'-p if I "i::is i.-ct s.', '. I:.r<',' it i- uly du-
I'. a ha l .Se s-t n, :r f:tii'y go!in1
e d cith ;:y ,i r it:' f T.f t'.r t::!, n 1 n Ias
t, 1..1 V,. I u;:::'. ;,a;\ !;.:r),. y,,u 0 -'" nI-
,.1,,. r vit," y..;:r (.nlr nrlhI T.i: .. t in
thi- -City. 1 \\:m t t to square an-' Ii Lon-
< t lla t :n .;. or( .in-.aU -ot I:;;t .: i *I'
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I !i,, 1t -, 1 4n!l thli ulhit in ai sn<4w batn:k
fill: '. l"';o1 i y w nl ,Ir villni, .
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".\nl o':ne word ,rn<.-,. S i.,tli. Io yotl
nitw, now t'hat 1 <';l!:ily think it ,l,\ ,r,
lhit experih i<'e SuI:1,la1y wa" no i ;ffTr-
'ilit from ii:tny another of miy earlyy
tays at IhomeII. I had simply sur:ouild-
'd the past within a hialo of id.'ality


which made the present look mean liy
a.ntrast. But I am cured."-C'Licago
Evening= Post.


* Nasal

CATARRH
Sall i ts staesth
h )id be clenCueu.
Ely'3 Cream Balm
c".'t !-ets,o nt.- t.e3, and .Lc.
.. '. rh n I .1 dr.', ,-s 7
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(.-e:im CT alm e ir'a-e l In*) the n .. t.h 'es.
r'. r r :,.e i.-:l ) Li.e a.d ;a : .'9 &Its .C(, L .ef a .L4-

L .'e rne .r.:. Large S.ze, 5' cer.:s as Dr .-
r-: : Y ma.:; Tri'a Size, 1o cents by msL.-: .
LY.Y l;::UHERS. 3 Warrena Slu..t. Ntw York.


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New'~papir Main Sulci'..
I.r.xi.tT,%, Ky.. April 17--J. T.
Batter, a welL known Kinltunckv- u.-w.-
paper correspondent, committed suicide
last night by shooting. Ill health is
given as the caa.Se.
Eighty-Two True Bills.
(;vTERsvTLLa, Ala., April 17.-The
grand jury adorned after a session of
two week, and reported 82 indictments.
'his is a record breaker for Marshall
county.

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
NYW YeaK April 17. OPrgi w C.M
January ................ 7 .... 7.97
a uruary............... .... H
MareT.. ............... .... 1 4
A priL............ ..... 9 4. .... v.4
." y.................... V. .... 4S
July ... ............ W.4M .... .-41
A as ............ .... 9 29 .... .9vi
opember ............. 7.95 .... 7.41
MUswmoer ............ 7 9 .. 7
LepoI cotton closed dull but steady;
mititillan uplands Y"i; middling gulf itu.
GRAIN AND 'aITiSu14H.
cStCAGO. April 17. orps CLOM
W ntMAT-April ....... .... 60
AT-My .........6 *., .... 1,6
HL -AT-July .......... ....
\ViHtAT--w ptermber .. .... 8.*/


Ar-o April............... 34
UA-RN-May ......... 2... .... 3,
A --J uly .........
UAI -O;--ptember. ....
-OA -Maypr ....... ...5 .... 13.u
toat-.JuMay ........ .... 1..12
LA a- \July ....r ........ 7.a.
L, oa^- .:,l y............l 7 Y~"', ; ... 7. 3.
L A 3-a-May.............7 `5",8711 ... 7 3.$
L.AtJ;--.J lV ......... 7.. 77
l..( )-S.'tep'em>).r. .... 7 45
Mirs Lpi l .. .... ....7 2,21,
*tlii-.Vl'v. T1') ....7 --A
7I ept' f r....... ....7 t1
-4AVA L ;ro n v
\II.MINor.,V. N. (7.. AIr*. I'..-Spirits
Lurpeutini- 9W4,* :o i4:0,1- i.%l y aTti ceipts 34. (Crude tur-p t:ne qutlit rt
S* 't.- 15: receipts 47. Tar irm at $1.20,
.-ta '.aAI. April 1. Spirits turpea-
tlae lirnm at 441 rceipta .54'. 0hres 1.4.1,*;
exports uAS. Roesia ,ite'it nn unchanged;
teceipLs ui ; saLes none;. exports 1,t').
Sacrileglous.
An urehiln in a couutry parish in
Scot-And. barn g ten told by his par-
ents to read a newspaper aloud to
tIea. began to do so in the usual
draft ling manner of the parish school
Hle iad not proceeded far when his
niotler stopped him sort, exclaiming:
"You rascal! Hoo dare ye read a
newspaper wl' the Bible twang?"-
Lond
Son.-b ,Thi KfTll Ym IN Ahs Bo
loa the q e
if s~7eiJ^


l;littlpa -tirpi- all other make---
Tp:l ii it, cicaOihut., pop corn (an d wal-


G 'nVERNOR'S ISLAND). N. Y.
H Maleh 2'., P.Ni%'-S- aled prt,-
;,pozal, in triplicate, for furnishin.,
fuel required in Dept. of the Easit,
duriu.g fl-cal year ending, June :;ii.
19,l. will be received here and at
posts and stations indicated in in-
strune':1t- i--ue-d hIerund.r, until 12
M\.. .;April 1'. 1!44>. U. S. r-qerve..
ti-ht toi re-ject or accept any or all
pr, sal,- l or a.yv prt thereof. Inl-
to'iiration furn-it(il on applicati',>
Envelope s coint'iinil prop,-al-k will
bt ei lor-,d. "Propnoal- f,,r Fotl at
-- JAS. M. MOt100)E. A. Q. M
0. lm4t&17j,2t
il -waar! i County .1 iadcial Circuit. Stat,- : Florialt.
Iagdal ska-! "acto)ry Comianin a
co1xiti :i. '
.\r-. lI .a T-Ely anid t'. M. Colc.-
Th ,teI-frndant C.'. "M i ld-Im in. 1- r. i,'.ir.
!. .upp nr t, lt:*." I') I tild in lis ran-t.- uD,,!
MiO11Wi:: th ***'veI] ti da(tv of .M a *k. I' .:'. .
'tilht rd-r t ho- p.irill-h.-d In 1 'I F IA:I.Yv
nit i e 'ntv. r>; each w- r f,. iht
N i! ci- l.V p i **. -.
A. 1. i:t' M I.!. 1 .
I .' *'A .rk 'lrtcu t ( o rt
Hy B. H. EtI .',
rtrp ;yit* r!(r' .
1. i. i-','.<. F; jr'da. larc!i -%. !."!.,.
U, '( a i%\ 'W


Aged M'Inlater Dead.
JACKSON VILLS.,Ill.,April 16.-The Rev.
William I. Ruttlege of this city, one of
the most widely known Methodist mnin.
i.,ter: in the west. di-vyesterday, ace i.
He is F -.st thie id:-a ..t the G. A. R.. wLichh
w:t- afterward carri.l into 'ite','T. Mr.
Hjattl-.g1 wa- boru in Virg.-;id.
liHnia In (ood Hleatlli.
NkwroirT NEw-. Va.. A;,ril i.-Tr.
reports s nr. our t'frn, N. rf .;k t.. ri.
tl-I-,ct that S'ua.*-r Mark IInna, wi, .-
-tam iu. at 011 P'nt -wi'h M:. H: :I:!...
M:..- Han'a ai;' Mi-- \V. .,!. J'h N
gut'.t, hail ,- (Itra,'r>d a -,., ,. cai.. .,1
crinpand w h'- ',*,:;li: t L: r -in,. ,
without foumudtiona.
choked d I- \VWife tip I)enIth.
WAVS;I. Te .. -':: 1; -J-. r-M.
.- r. hvi n, R -rim er 1. n ::,arv i :., -
fL,. rivt-r fr.o:m hr-- i..k .i. \' : r
1.--, '- ; an-.l ~tei k-ii,; i'-in ',.. They
hi;Al i aIrrtle'l v- *: a' : i a: .r.


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\ith i, i 4..-h A .i ;-,,,i, t'' ,iii ,t>' a11

;- atr thi t. rr f hr in :' "ier'. A. i-. r-
tie., to thie fair w.-r- ;,'ro, -.

Awai:-,l;,d z 1tl ,0 < I>.tAii ..
C ArII ..r-srIOt. April Hi.-Il tli- ,',)nrt
of Ifnlmonl pl',a the .--altf l vTrli,-'t in
rh.e ase of Mrs. Mary K. Appleby
aggin t the South Carolina and Georgia
railroad wa opened and found to con-
tain a judgment for $10,000 for tae
plaintiff.

We will launder ouror prands for
15 cents eaeh and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

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


for Infants and Children.
Castoria i- A harmless substitute for (;Cator Oil. Parr.
goric, I)roi', andi Noothinig Syrupi. I is l.';t;.,,t. It
contains neither Opium.* Moirphi:n .or ot her Na;r,.ei.*
substance. It 4ehtro3s 'ibrm-is anid allay.s i'everishl...
It ctre.s IDirrit;,a and ~Wind (Colie. It reliei.es Te.-tl.
ingli Troubles andil cure- Constipation. It re:rllit... Im-.
Stomach am1uI Iov,'el., Bgiviamn hI.iltiy ll.',l natural >.l.p.
The Chii lrt'cf s l.atauea:C-'re M1Ithler'.. %'ricnidl.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
,,, Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
n.r er.ea4 e e e 9., T ru stay ;mtrt. merwy.a eTC .


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SE IT H I N AI e thin
(Tcething Powders) A T-[TTI'A Re!ievrt'i t.-
.. 0. l Truub! T of Ch'Id-c-
Co4sts only 25 cents at DiCMFists, AN' ATL.
o(iu.:l'-.c-,t, toC.J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. vO.


A. M. AVERY,

[MPORTER AND JOBBER OF



[ron. Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cook:::.
and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glass,
Agate aid Tinware and flouseftraiM ling Goods.
Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere OIlaL
Stitched Belt.ng, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Ranj
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Buck' ,, ,,rv
and Rangee. Wu. Coup. AOo.'s Raw Hid* Leae Leather, Masury's Read7
Mad. eMitrNad Colors.

Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


F. C. BRENT.


WM. H KN'WLEt.


W. K. H) IF .,I ..


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DURHAM Cigars are 1r-sr. -n:. V ice -cPret..i.nit a-n-. i:.- A- .-
the finest 5 cent smoke. *
Try them at D'Alem- ranal Bank
berte's. F tN to a B n


PROPOSALS FORt PO1 ICFE UNI-
FORMMS.
Kmtl.-d this 'will hIbp rec' ivPdb hv i ., r.l
of Ptilt: SaNfety unlti. ArI, .'-. :. C' -
(for fUr litait ig m **rUllnle-r Unirm inl, f r tli.- ia
lice' d-'-prt m:nt. I li Hcmrlrc re'--rv-s tlni-
riilht to r-'ect any cr ail wid-.
It. E. L.F. D aNI 1 1..
F. (I.ACKMExK1 FRt. hps I,!',a1ll.
t'l-rk. al!-od-tdl


"TOUR Wro

May abjeck to ;.ittin' up
and buiiliin' the fire in
the tnornin'. but if you
commence with her at
once you may bce able to
overkum this prjooddis.
I regret to obsarve that I
didn't comme-nce ar y
S enutT. * * It wa- a
rather 'old tnornini' wh4 n
I fu to He'-y. It ww-n't wf'll
I ceived, .atd I fnli ri
i;iy--'f layij ,,, t!1. to<>;'.
pretty -tuid.-!ti. *
I t it;i.':,t I',l :it upa : :5t1
tilld t.- :r** tin.n '..' -
Arte'w- Wi.rl.

W1 :1 mild thl (fir. if
Ziv- i;.-r ;A, ( .\S .\ tiF.
.E:.T8 '. a. ('1 -.1'-; i'7!1
hreakfa-t i- r-, lIv. H.- v c,t:i also
lep 7a half niur a;ecr, ai the firr
i-s t t1ttd i.itaintly. Simr'" -t1 i
match and your fir.- j- 1, fIa ,i T ,:a
in one e,:. . y : :.i :.



('.'cr .)9 R ',:. now in
,s e in Pe/fl'co'1.


Ranges Set on Trial.


cA P&NES SI3.


L~aLtu711,.':z.


Pensacola Gas Co.,

VO. 3 S. PAL &.FOX ST


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.



WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYEK Jh
D. 0. BRENT,


ron:.p ul Dioutim hiug BlIui ui iLk


tarWa draw our own Bill,; of Exchange on Oreat Britair, I,* : 4.
Germanv. t*'rance. Au-,*ria. Italy, Holland. Spain. Belgium, Rnu-!ia r
way. Mweden, Denmark and onher European oountrie-.

Wjy"Veaael- Diabuared upon the Most Favorable Terrvi. ~. ,
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deastnation Ten or Fiftcei. i .-.
after Veebl Airive tsuete.
Wo'8fety Deposit Bozxe for eLAt in Connection
with whieh we have a Private Aparta onat for thbe Us
of Renters.





IMcMillan Bros. Co.


THE ORIGTNA&L -


ST. LOUID



A. B. C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sale Wholesaler.

- ILSO W318113. BRUIDI13 I, IIPORTED I l -

Pan! Jaones ad Eo Storiais Celebratef i: 2
TRY I BOITLE Of CELERY TOIC.
Sl PH.NE I.P. .: : : p.o x -.
J7 G & FAMILY TRADE SOLICIT D
Fro- De)-livery to Any Part oif the- .t.
ri A11ii orders left at The Oa i:e. Vid l & hm t, .li : '




TIYTU UIIWS' WAIT COLUMN!
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SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


n Y-ST ^ M6fo im fr


Celebrated McMlan Seamless Turpenfine Still.

Ctwo* MOftBWaM IndlE A INt

MOBILE, ALA.


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900.


BE NO FUSION THIS YEAR.
Repuhlilaat. arind Puplulift- to Noml-
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M o-, i-in:. k Hi-. !'..I '.441 p, oI ru n F.. '
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t Ui. n po r G" r. 13 444' a t i.41fl4144 l V 1 is '1 .:
l* F rl t~i l ti dj r. I hii,1 -170 It,.%411; l~d R ,) *tp rd a i un M o .r( ti -;
Ooit '~ '..C., A pr-I 1 7.-W while at Pit-tas. 1?,v1.2 bid N ar cl.. Nilrch ;.o
Vokebt-I..P. It.01st.kiIISINoiftar.-:11ti.. jt-bt,
wfork 4'itI-,.' Seal,.iar''s i';W bridgr Itl. ipan. 64m at Bahia Jan i2x
&Crf* tle 42i~njT" Ioi (jWIll- 4.t Ontiod. Nor. 415,. 91d London March Lhij
m '~ t e C4 ~ be ow 1 T. ct ,onfl aiuta. Nor. old Lv:th M cb 10)
44 ~~V iriania. It, aid Wad.-ars. Ieb 2to
of tbC W 'i' fell frf~tn lii,. hiddll W~iliford Mudg..t. '12 t'. alhar-itiR Li
elan. turwA v.4.r i-e-v. -,-&l tinm,,mand odil. Mcb 21
app earofd lI-r e-,tb the 'wit*r. A rp)
was IiiWero-d and cont4a(if hi, fellow woi. A mr.u named E. Presion, of Pres-
men cliilwll 4wn. 4booi-vint-i the WA.- on*Ile. Kana., wrote a letter the
At.h nd hh-eii.-d the utnruaomn other day. smriug the opinion of.
bred hie, .`rLW~0V1T everybody iti 1i ki town who has usd
r oley's Honey and Tar is, that it is!
All In Joics.knvilile. the very best medicine for la grippe,E
JA( K'-b).1ILt.E, F'la., Aptril I7.-Bil colds4 cough, etc. WV. A. D'Alem-
Arp eis Wb.-zv'. He wao bxked t~ lt -,berte.
am at (ainv~tville S'aftllrelv. but W&.4 u?)
abl tb fU h.* da'. Hi' rtiriti.. i Judge Candler Breaks Rerord.
not c'.n'rderMd -rinuS. but [hsi4. Ilfl(.u, 4 .. AT'LANTA. April 17.-Tberp were 9
a gro-at d'iinblm..ai tt inotit t41 his inativ ate4e on the docket when Judge John S.
frienle. at taaumv'vi~lle and other pnut'14 Candler convened oourt 'Monday morn.
where het ivi'.l, ook-1 i, It- t~cure. inR in the criminal branch of Fulttm s'u-
our *'l..t Postsa Kateo.. 1Wi~r14,r ourt for the spring te qll. W ) n
T'hie tir.-i 1:1 -.% ul i44 ltl '4I ,4 II.% il,, :, ,4 t."'urt adlj'turned for the day at 46 o'cl-' k
9f gbol.a: %.4 .11ialt ito ( t, (:, Jliit! 1. cades had been called and dis1m,.s&A of. 2
17..with ratie-% :s4 f-11.4,1-. Those. W. Carter of Aqhboro. N.- C..hrg
.Not ex-t-e-11litig: 311 l. ev.4 w-q?. had kidney trouble and one bottle (of Draw
(he-r 3 i' i. .c L g t 4 l FoL IEV'S K IjuNEY C 1UR E eff-ectoed Pi
8 cnt~perfect cure, andheie sitvs therp.re:M 11~ti
to%, r art, i, -t 4r4'4".i~ (e ijilt 4. remedy that will compare with it. each;



4*'N er 1.-.41 :midl tit cx vtt C1ig 2,N) sem the to1UW Yom 118,4 lwU sBW .g 111,.uail

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4 0% -r '2 o 4-11s. hiia
It 4flit 4111 4% 1 11- i-3 1,10 114A1 1 44'!. ':t i'-t.'% I w ith
IS~IC II i~ .1. t .4~ I1 a t4-; '41 .a~ t 11 Il i) obi le and N ew O rlpa n Sa!tor *13
It-tier utoimlr .uc!!:idi%-e'rs~ 1i-41Sl schedule +-iv n ight. April *21l. tav'i hg Uliou
~i t .. ii" ~ Th tgl t Itti t w ~ Pitp t a, 1#)1:3(o o n reg u~IIla~r j~i n ..e nger
4ID (UL ~ 4'Itt I.' ~tt 4ilIKgle 10 14Ttr tra~in. F'ate f* 'rr n iiam' trip : P en-a-
WAS aR ii '4i ,'.-'1 t WO SI44I~c'~ dS ( b'lhi. g'qla t ot b M obile, F 2.WA; Penizwmt~ a its
itirve 5lI444-tS .tryilt'. four: SI~e-ts : 4111k4-10- Nt W U rlfa A, *45.&1I; froliiii Canton-.
ruplebi 14I't r. co 4-t it tilt-w i Icfour .Iid i llt-tlt A]Lie tF P ~-I '.;AC0 lJ. P,, raie -
not v4X&Pctd ITI (01,1411. Jt~irinirtileepber will apply tit ticket


Atier ILatiripbpe-Whao?
V-Auall~v a rackinsr c-utzh aind at
gr*eneral fee-lincof we-atk ne'4. F4)1V.N1l
H o N.% y% ANto TA R '. uar nt .-.I tO
cuire the ".Iitte c-ngali- and IIIi hcile


,a'ent liitam.u-. PnrciiA-ie ticket at
t~k'.-- Tit kel-s gboodf.'r five.
Jar.t.,returnflIon #l v roreu lair pi --
vL-414r ti .im. aOI' furtm er infoinma-

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SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLE'S.-Illn-DrIel Saps No better Cigar for
P F. X SA CO.T. A. F r, A. the money made-DUR-
HAN-atD'Alemberte's

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Ban t6 TM KW Yu Have Arwar


LAI Flzzm


Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers.


NZITHZKthPcsbpt&;;,,--
nor consign-es of th-
bktn Ott& will bo
sible for d@btb coutfs.
A
W. I.- Wittieh &Co.


J. L Ste henn hap a N r.!,-
Meat of 911d St,-rlj,-iW :411v.
Roger" Knives. Fork-4 ar,

FAECUiU'104 N(PI k.
All er--fitlbre. lo-uat.ve.
all oittwr perojj% havinj
isgPoirait ttlo -,;6t -,
Will']', tw0years.
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YOURS FUR BARGAINS FROM NOWO ON,


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MATTINCS. CARPETS.
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.




Wait I'll You
YOUR-; A.%%'Xl()('.-4 TO

Cohen, :Friedman & Co's

RACKET STORE.
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W. B. WRIGHIT COMPANY,


Aick Rpostle's R~estauralcr.


UKJWNW
I LI I V I's L L
-NICITHER the Cftj 'it
ers nor conomno
TrPsellf n
N sible f-ir dobt. C t,
I's
aster Salet. E ast er S ale! the crew of said vessel.
Gulf Tramoit co.

ElIff Etc thf. (-AptA f
nor ron9bgsio-ve .,f
re have Received Our cjpring Line of Up-to-Date Alhallo-wijj tp r-%r.,.
I debts coutractPol !,%, r
or said Tes"I.
T. W:
Dress Goods, Ladies', Ilisses' and Gents' Verrault Jumhervo.. fit;


I
Lm Dozt-n Ladjo-s' t4leevolp.-;-z Vest,,' 34)-inch Solid and Whit- Duck,
U -Im Thread. our price 2;-)c each or 41ur prief ..... ................ loc
$2.7 5 dozs n. I Yard-Witle S-a 1-iland Ott-pn
12 Dozen M en'A Fallev silk- Front Zit ............................
Bosom Shirts. our price each I Yaid-Widp Fitc!:ville Bleach-
all size,4. el, made b v Co.,
2t) Dozen Fanev and NVI.ite Silk whi!,- it I&!-to ................ 7,2C
Pleated Bosom S1Art-.ourjsrj(.1$L1'mj, 641 I'll c#-- 1,:itf--;t Cal"co at ...... 4c
a I I --- i :: es. .. - I -(';I -,. PO, I h I I I C.; Ginaham


I)oz-n Nfpn'q FrPneh Neck Bal-
pan I'tidershirtsat*215 cents each:
wers to match.
Dozpn Mpn's Finev ,r Colored
ri Front Undpr-alnri-.4 at 25 cents
i ; Drawers to match.
Dozen Nten*-& French Nock Bal-
van or Fancy Undor.-;hirt;, ni(.-P
ity, at 46 cents each ; Draweri to
Ill.
Dozpn Men's Hpavy Weight
or4rgaa Vndf-n-hirts ai 5(1 celit-.4;
Pt-r-4 to Inatch.
I I)tlzf--n
o d price, fi for 25 ef-tits. or 4-7)c
vi: f-mbroidor-d neek.
i D(izn Lzidit?-' and
drpn-' with
N velz. :, for 2-le or (47)c dozon. I
Dizo-n L tdie-' S!, eveless Ver^ta.
smilk lape -Neck. 2 frr 9-:)c
d# zen.


I A 4. I-AIA01111 -m ujugnain,
rr;,.u ts. (I . . . . . . . . ;),c
Ju-t n-ceived a hill of rkirts
:illd Shirt W.,i,:-*. --r zics-- are the
lowest.
I'a r i -, J a d j. i) r I:i, a t -)4 P. T.j.
I 19 1 a lid $;
La (I i,-- I r rj o in
lato-thad#- at-l
All in Lid;t-.' ;jlj(j
Cfjildrji'!4Str,-w flat- atd S.silo)r-;
alQo rnIl-, Nvw Spri:iz Wating.
at ]*-, 1,-) and pt-r vxrl.


We carry the hrzp-zt lin- o-f Men'-
and Boy-C ColorsAd Shirt-4 III ull- Ci"N I
-it the Lowet Pmefs.
,:16-inch Spring wir
p rie( . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
:i-itich Vory S I it-ssr NN' I j it e Lztwn.
n ur prj( . . . . . . . . . . . .
27-melt Cheek Nain,-(-)(,k. --,.r
p rice ..........................
30-inch W!,it- a nd ( d,-rpol
u r ............... I
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GEO. A. PIETEIRSO-N.
Deal"r Iii
Beees rid Bieyels St;nj'--5-


Agent for
Hlc.vf-!",*. .411 I's-ar-4
a Ar.ng of Hic-,cj+--. CM-11
ypo-writers.4,j're. Etc. K**Y,
n L any lock. IC Lr-


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