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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 19. 19C0. NO. 6S.


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


COMMERCE


.quet Held at Hotel
.a Last Night.
-c0

W ATO'S 1 EPORT.


a 1 ..t C'oairplie andl C n-m.
.. It-'tords I a Ci,y's Pr.,
...I .i olp el-(i-n R mel II
\ a < I W. I. Mianni. t ocli.
, \ W" It.- ia-ige-r anil


a I


X V Viaxl.-r 4sllana The


Sit It -aliae 1cm


.. tinTi and bir;qIu- t
,,a nlt Chambeer of ( 1',I-
H .t.- E--cat bia l...t iii.l.
,.i-a.in of rare erljoyima- 1n:'
& A wa-re fortunate enough to
an. atd all event of much
t:i ordinary significance in
.. .n t, the p:i-t progres-, and
.e dvancement of the material
:- iof the city and the port.
great dinning hall. recently
i.. ,rated, was artistically embel-
.. with evergreen and floral
e:-hac'Li and design, the long table
.: particularly picturesque with
..-*iwy linen, hanudome ware and
!i-e floral ornamentation, chief
which, as a centre-piece, was
Ste-autiful floral ship. The
*.,.. arranged with artistic
-.-'. and exquisitely served. wa's
Lh 'y ( of Delmonico's in its beat
:Yv-. and reflected great credit upton
'."tel management. The roster
*-,-t was as follows: Ge:i. Rui--
A.. Alger of Michigan and Col.
W 1) Mann of New York. guest_ of
r; Hon. W. A. Blount. pre-i.
: of the Chamber, presiding: Mr.
r -. Wat4*on. secretary: Capt.
S\. kleisinuger, Capt C. A. F. Flair-
SW. C. Ma-sey. I'. M. A.. Mr. P.
w Atain-of England. John Thoma,
t' r.-r of (irand Ridi'e. Hon. Jod'tn
Piahaim and Mr. Ftrank I.. Mayv-s.
r-; re- ltinig the- pre-s 4,, the c:ty.
c, Prec.ident J. M. Robert- aand
-.'r.-tarv C. A. Chliate. re-pre-ei'--
I' t the Young M4-1'.a Hu-l n.'-->-
n-,airue, invited guests: and Me--r--
H. (. Ile-Silva, John t4. Wood. A
C. Blount. Jr R. M. ('ary. lrvan
ltauwody. C. A. C(,,.iiich. \Vilk-r
\!e:i,'rTon. A. V. Cluh bsr. ('('.. C tb
i M. Hilliaird. T. V. K,-,.-ler. \V. K-
rnri,:ht. L. Hiiton (ree-i, A. 1 !
"v Iy, W'. K. K-y-s.r.Johnt C. Av' vv
S. L idditi ;ittnd W in. Fi-her. .!.11-
.tad :-in.tbe,-r-a aof the Cha til-. r.
I hilef te-ature of thie occa-i.ln:
S th-. re-adin, oaif the secretary -
,-** t. a ni tot inte'ro.tinng and ex-
,,-'ivoa docuinent. in which th itt
;,e-tItC and most cominpetent ot*l-
.1 reviewed in detail the niuteri.tl
S:1 .iiteltent of the city during tl;,-
-: y-.tar, under the ihe-ads of Harbor
;. riv-uiemnts. SteamuhLip Lainet.
S'..,rve- and Docks, Railroad Ex-
S*in. a New Buildings. A.sseshmeti.et
- : 1,\-. Weather Service. Fish-
SIailur-try. Manufacturers. Ex-
.Street Car Systean, Poputla'.: n.
atailon. Vital Statistics. Fire Pro-
; R. antkingCapital.Real E-tat"-
I \Viiitt-r Visitor-. Thte re-port.
will be printed in patnphti!-
S. aid widely circulated, will
.--- do more to attract atten-
the resources, advant z:,--
S"r.ctions of Pensacola t .an
iication that has -ve-r tVeen)
i;,on thee t, pics. A- a doc l-
St reference for future u-e i:
a'- t.,iAvaluable.
". the delighted guest t!:ad
-u -sed the various featur'-
S',-tinu, and had become ap-
-.4: I. e-nthuied by indulgence
#- -. ral element. .pee-ch-inak-
cleared in order, the presi-
:it" ac toast-miaster. Hi. z
S ii :aptitud- for the position
S- zlnizetd by all. and adde.l i
,v',r to the intellectual feast
"we-d the conuinl> tion eat
-L-tellala ce.
.l,,a'. C. Avery re--p,,,n,lj d
t'* l0o the tlea-t *T'Ie
S E-cambia.- Ma1yr J..M .
., 'uentliv de-canted u :*i
S ; 'a'-elt and future of '" I !
I A IIIa.'" M r. L. HIt ,1.
J.l-..- upon "'Oiir ExlI; ra
S,- tatlh witty and pra.'ti-
-llcited delight-d a;-
l. rl.tti r li bh -lief t;..' ;
I et',ll!- w'' II Penl-;t
S';-. eiormin i-ly ill-
l-i j'.i-- a'it oivt-r t:.i
i l r thle p;irt- .- f e :;! a a':
\'L;-riea-a r ,-tip-. lbuti : :.
Captain (',b r-
-I iutellihte-itlvy t. ,-
,!,..c t ,af "O' ur si:i,- I
'' "t-." and piredictd I,
:.,nto I ,l: ht w ith prio, ; ,
*i aet e'i ,ur.tgeii-in-eit tlo t
_,d I, ;tiemin. a- weld ;- ta 11
: *re, who. under inew P
i r*e-: ed et current I
S: -ao' ii' I dd'ded to thlt
'. Ie. V .K ler. an 'f-'
i. rg--t I!:tni ufnacturim
':. 'lt i- vi ltnity --t:.,- *-.
t:l7.-r 'work-- ,,.uni.,r- I ,
t- ,ri'u-lvy.re-paind+ :t;
<'nr .a1:ttu iif 'tut-atl. I c,
*' W ,i --'-her apt.y ,'- i
,as .i t. "'( ir R.tilr,' J a:
iiliit utLioni the frietdi.l-
S- \ u'tii7 betwet--n our te;;-
-*tin and our hu-ine--- i.


ail L~r:? w&- l!


cnme toother railrnd tlat mightWORK IS RES MED CROPSALMOST DESTROYED.
,-'e-k P.-nsacola as an outlet to the' .....
(iulf and the world's commerce i Wi Corn, Cotton and Truck- 4 fff er se-
the nwar future. Judge A. C. Blount.
Jr.. ai.,uiiihr f.,r yearsof tihe cluni- THFCO II C RAN L merely fronl Hlood.
.y aehooil b'-ard, responded to the UC N ULL JAo,. MiAM.. April l.--Blar.d
-.ltitient. -Our Educational Intr-- peclals from several secriois of the
e-ta. capturing ttei audience withtateindiat that te th da' fl
hi- re-adV wit. an beinru heartily ap. Kilitia Is Now Master of the w tiiat.ie hr,.,.,l:,y f,.l
plauded for a loving tribute to the wrought damage gr,.atly in tx.vs of the
teacher. aof theta county. Situation. Iirt's e-limates, e p.,.iallv rt gr,,wini'
The briu f addres-. 'of Hon. H. S. crop-. iMany truck lplantatiosn are still
Lid Itn on "''Our Attractions to Vi-i- lundr water and will almt ,:;;-
t.-r-"was thla ein of the evening's MACHINISTS MAY RETURN pl-et.ly dietroy.d nnoess the wtrs r-,.
.,r I tory. hii brilliant word-painting' cedA in fw hours. Yoult corn hts
d-- e iptive of our beautiful bay at- btxn rk;Pirt il damaged e~.s-tally on th'
ttiniiin rhe rank of a classic. *("Our l'ffo'rtlls Made to S'ttle the (leveland hillside sand it is te-titiiuat t hat ,,n'-
Si-ter was epond-d t bri-tiv by the seeC planted o,,tto!i crps hliis lua wsash.il
ret!.yof t-at body bi the t absence" f I'tarn to awork--N'Ml Wlrtr lauts away in the ,wall.n trteams.
its honored pre-idalout. Mr. W. K. lRe'-imei l Operattl.ns. Thei llliii Central is iaaiin ti'd np)
Hvoer. Jr.. aild 'The Press" waA the by a fr..ight train which rtunibld i vr
su')jct if brief but eloqu-nt re- Crrov I.. iiI\:. N. Y., April l<.-I:i in thr -witch just below this l r-. anl
mark- troin Hon. J.ihn Deiiham of a" 4r:',anct. \ii thr the promi-.. made. li-t the Alllamina P& Vi,'ckbur i- --i!l tI.ll
the Peni-acola Daiy Pre-ls. i:irh;it iy ( Gen-rartl R, i,, in comniiaud ,f u) at Btakar's crek and PI.arl riv :-,. th-
i i.e 1.0ernii 1"progranm tavinm beein oO, rk h,.s l-an resurnied at Niat'iley diviso' of h Ya.>o it ii a]-
c.m pleted,lthl pr, -ldetitC lld upo i r. m at s:s-ipi Vallevr,,..l will n,,t hI, a l,e t ,
c)nI. Alt-r, and tprI-dett realpols wu et*n h ,*ru'll dlam 1T:. strik..r-, made no re-,mini, regular ti:':t!: f ,r .wvreral d.ay-
tie ii A ia a n d t hlie re s p o tlsi e w ads aO N a 1 ,),tlal(.
listene(i to a ith profound interest ',p ,,'iln on a,'-r ,rft of rii' .; ,ridge,.,
aitid keen appranr,ati.on. He spoke of A*i,,:t 5uon .n r,..erte l for duty and Fveod.
!it- literest- inll Florida. and of th- ,f m'*, un bu 1 urt on ->i w"re stne m- Five Bostle. Strovered.
pos-4abilityof an i early etlargmeo t '"- while th.' other. wre labor-ers and ME:i:.AX, Miss. April lS.-Th,, flw.l
tle -.af. *aUd r- ferrvly blrti gef to th l '"i lio work on t i- quarry trains.
dlrdefal t ferried briely to the Nm f rth elon whi r.-urted for ituatiin renimains unchangel a- to,, rail-
,vry tl.ftral iaetus gint of tohe cIot- du'yr wre strikers antid herestllfreiuain road traffic. Trains with the s'x wioiali
vtrv bn i.tteraulintere tofe rhecont a u: -[twtween 4U anid -,00, inostly Italians. of the Mobile anud Ohio north remain aln-
twiry b' thin e-ult of the recet 0 the 50 st'tlo ul Mmis whot returneit. to nulled indefinitely. Wires are' dwn to
wi:hi of hil. hearero aew tea lsyn- wurk 16 were Italans. Aps the smen stations where trains are tied up and the
pnd eloue oft tribute tro iye dis'in- were a-s wmbling at the works separate extent of latest washouts is unknown.

gushed publici-t and patriot who CAnpaniesi A and B H azde a dinm Last urel, on the Northeastern roud, is re-
had nJ'ut bien chosen to succeed ioaono the hilL This was ltos-ported oxnlpletl4y submerged. Streams
himself as U. 6. senator from Ala- sure the stribker that the soldiers woer throughout the state continue to rise.
bama-Hof a John T. Morgan. Col ready for any mergeacy. The bodies of five flood victims were re-
Man wa-oaln. invited to speak, and o rporal mes O' en of Troy, who covered this morning. The search con-
Man wa al invited to speak, and as guar at te Cable eora, tines.
did so with tellintir effect, referring hwatl ngerd t th me at daylighlat tins e
to his former residence in our neigh- enged maway 'm Traffic Has Ben Resumed.
boring state-Alabama-and the ired at u but did wo and i M'.TIr Apil 18.HTsB em d.o
fact that, btesidesbeingable to claim d at them, but did"A ndatparget. Mruoisn. April 18.-Traffic on to s
tOh.o. Michigan. and other states as the mre was tritk s t knohn Illinois Central and Yazoo and Mse
former homes, he could also claim to the men were strikeisot known. ppi Valley road has been resumed.
be a Floridian-by brevet,as it were Reports from the overflowed districts in
-because of hit possession of a de- SETTLEMENT IS PROBABLE. Miedswippi are to the effect that large
lightful winter home somewhere < n Iorts to Aimst Dlrerences Betwee forces of men are at work on the road-
the peninsula. Capt. Flagler, wh, o t beand are in condition for mov1W
was on the list for a response o Macbiahtt. and Manufacturers. trains. A peamsengr train is report
"'Our Harbor." was obliged by an CLEVELAND. April IS.-Alllndicatiowm waterbmand on the Mobile & Ohio rail-
important bu-iness engagement to points toward a change, in the situation road near Quitman, Miss. The swollen
catch the II :2:! train for Montgom- If the i hini. t' k l river and wtreams in the flooded die-
ory. and left at an early hour, as also of the nahinist sik Iu this ity tricts are now receding.
did Capt. Rois.singer. greatly to the within the next few days. H. L. DOe-
regret of all prse-.nt. eua of New York. secretary of the DR. ROMINE WILL NOT MOVE.
Among the interesting events of National Metal Trades asulciation, is
the evening wai the tinu nimous; here in oonfereuoe wi'h lcadling mann- Eflfrts of Is Neighbors to liun Him
adoption of a resolution inst-ucting facturers. Out Futile.
thie secretary to send the followingK he strikers chug to their original OMAHA, April IX.-Some time ag.) Dr. '
te-lezramr to Senator Morgan: a~~.t-ion that no ouaide machinisa can T. 8. Romine of Chadron purchased land
The Chaimber of Commerce ,of Penmaeola' be oultilned and think that Mr. Devens'
t'.inra Kr, ureting. and c.neratuldiese thenI presence in Clevelhad is sagnificant.in iu county, the northwest pet of
aind bt to enurs thp hor ttLat during lforItion from a reliable source is the state, and eablished a sheep ranch.
.ou: re.nt'w,-.l t.rtn the ret-aization of your ko the effect that Mr. Dozens is to have The settlers complained that he allowed
an'v y.iars ca 'f>nttriotic iat.,r trmay he ao -'cilnIiitetl-d 'Ii I lie'*'olmlmii.-hk'men-leI and colll-
;!1t,,ii ott i',E r tIntl.roc- tll c bhghwtiy ,af the Interniatinail Aoia(tioou ; 1)t Ma- has n"imopdized all the range. They
.ra cutniinerce., tie Nicaragua canal. 'hmuni-ttat New Yorit within rthe next rqu',sted him to move out, but he de-
At an --earlyi hour"-about 1::';, a. few dayv. lined. Recently a number of his sheep
.-tie l ur-war om --- wre found dead from pn~on. Augur
r~uL-t tle paure-weary to pacl [ arhe I. Ieiun t"plorations. holes had been bredin the jast- of his
tbr.'uirhit thi- proceed ila,.I to a close
)y drinkiniir hearty toa-ts, standing. Piri-ut..i, April 18.-Suslapen-ion of wind mills and the first stiff breeze blew c
;o t'.e Chambo-raoif ol'min-rce, to it- the. An.ieri,.an Stewl a id Wire nills of them ov'r.
Rout ine has declared he will stay and f
.-t.inztu-h'-di gtue-t-. ti Preside-nt this .tii-.ri,.r has been brief. The wire th ne tlrhs i-dtermined heh will movtay and
i.,a'Unlt and ~et'rr-;tary Wa'v *'i., anrid t-n settlers a'ndeterminutd he hall move
. -the i lovd oni+- "It lo,-i" lep.' ia't.inwutits tf tilt work are i opera- and sanrimus trouble is feared.
t in aiui. Uard-rs have been issued for ---- --


SF.'Trtuune fav.r- the brave." It i-
l-., ftvor.alt- ?, tl: --- who purify
t.,ir blood :it tii- e-asinl ly taking
H,,d S- '8 t: iparilla.
IIA 1 :I.I L
trh' National le-ague Sea)n Opens
Ibhis Afternoon.
Ntw YoRK. April l'..-The Nation-
al League baseball -season will open
t!: i afternoons. The following games
will be played: iBrooklvu at New
York: Phiiladelphia at Boston: Cini-
catgo at Cincinnati; Pittsburg at St.
Loui-. Now that the circuit has
heien reduced from twe-lve to eiirht
c'ub,, the sea.oin will opeu- ignore
proinisinz tlhaii before. Every club
haq hb-en -tr.niirthened in nearly all
:a,,-itioiin and the club will all be
bunched nie-ar tl:e top for iimore than
half of the n.easan. and thle grand
-itand tlni-h will probably lcone in-
with posihblvy Irooiklyn. lo tiiton and
Si. -oui fighting it out aniongthen -
.-!vef..
Dal HBank no-hid Parker.
C(HICA,,o. April l'.-I)al Hawkins, i
t le crack California boxer, will meet
Kid Parker. the Denver cyclone-, at
ratters-all's for six round- to-night.
Hawkina thq height, reach and rinz
-xpertieice in his favor. and with
Sic-e adv3antaiZes should beat Par-
k+-. Parker i- c-lining to the front
re y rapidly. and h;is defeated some
o ui men. In Hawkin", ti.e wisa-
ire- ;:are-. lie- i tackling taoo third a

Alaliama lliRepublic ins.
MoNT.,ot ERMK Ala.. April lm.-Th,-
S;tibl'icaii t.ite tconventioli opened
.r,' to-dyiv. to s.ilet dele a;tes to the-
i ,tinial oi'ven-ition. I)i-puitinit fatc-
Ii r- :irr.a'iz-d with ,ecre-tary Dick
-f t! e11 tl tu<' :l aaiiiinittee o ti pr esent
I -!r izaiiin- t To : c c tii illn ttee iwho-e.
i--' i will h- final, and there i-
_
Ilaiaaliila WoiimelIn' P'reat, A.i-m'iatiani
M.a,\T.* fiER\ Ali.. April 1!' --
" a- aiiiiuai;l ',liventiinii of tihe Ala-
am 111. Pomiele Plre-- As<- i;tieinl
'iinedlihere t-.-d iV. ":id will coni-
inie" to-ii-'arraow. New-pjap.r wo-
f.re from .ill :i'tifnt the "tate are
re-u!it. Prd-'.t Mr-. ;0-arge C.
i.ill is in t'he et air.
Tennaa.-e lilpuilicanae
N 'ii\ 11.1 Teniii.. April 1:i --TI'e
,uhttlkta':i -tilte' e'.iiiveititon opened ti
.e ita d:liv. fr t!:he purp- e )t 1io01-
a.tinl: dei-l- : te- to ti e niitionial
oilvetitlo:i. a: d A il.- a <'.i didt te foir
rvIerli r. ri:l:a.,AIt t"I', IiIis-io.nii ter.
hd -lector-s.

('Claiini liJdie -kirt" and waists I
one, o4 otur -pStcialtie.. ?tar Lauu- i


tn' rniun;ption ofi te B.raddook wire BULLET THROUGH HER LUNG.
plant. All the drawing and rod depart- ---
inlet>r are to begiu at lano*. Tne nail VYouiA Latdy Attempts Suilide-IHer
nill i. nIVt .expected ,'A retiune for sev- oun , I ... .. 1.. i-- -i- < ... i ...l -;I


er;tl w 'i l.l IL it to claiiLu :l I'. Ulul
mnariket is .tagnait. It is reportedly at
Bra'udl 'k that the oliher mill. wi!l re-
-uini iu a short time.
Miners Ac'elit Scale.
SMETYF.KSDAi.E, Pa April lS.-The
inllers of the Cutmnbekr.ad Suinmmit Coual
-uaiiipny have voted to iX'ept the cln--
puMly's offer of .5)5 cnts a tenl aud will
r-truru t.o work Thnurday. All the miners
in this region will return to work at the
-sa-me *'-alh within the next few days.

TOLBERT WILL BE REMOVED.
collector r of (',utomus and Others to
Loe Their Poitlions.
W lourIi;T,.>N, .pI:al IS.-The prx-,i-
dl'int, acting on the recomicn-ndation of
S c'r,+tary (iage, will at onte remove
John R. Taltoert, colle'tor of customs at
Charle-ton, and will appoint Robert M.
Wallace of Sunmtqr, S. C., to the va-
cancy. This action i taken opma *
recent r .port of government igen.ts in
wilach it was shown to the satisfaction
of the secretary that To lbert and o other
joffltc employ's of the Charletfon cus-
tomthouse t a reted liquor in the building
fur illegal purpose .
Wallace, it is said, will dismin-s the
deputy collector and at least aone janitor.
and jacsilaly ,,ther-4 who are alleged to
have hail a hand nlu Lte storing uf the
hliqualr. The' clerks, whoa am' pre-urnably
intinliit of wrlng doing, wi!l not be
ilitturlwd.

MANGLED BODY IN THE RUINS
Exphl-ion Kills Mewianin and )emonl-
Ished i. ll(>ffl.-e.
S : \1i. -tiY. N C., April l.-J. J
Ne'wvniai a. as killed, early yv.t-terday
1i- rini:ig by ani explo-li, n that destroyed
hL i.- fli' at Dutch ('reek. miles north
'f thi'" pl:ae. Ho was in hia oaffi-e at F
thii- l:ra- until I (,'calo'k writing. He I
ti- ri hi.l i hi-iris b hitched land bid the
vwutchmatin altolwIty. mayilig he wais izoinug
ti, IDut,'h Creek. He- left i:kin, '.-rters r
her, -.lyilg that he' wa- tirel v4 ; vulg. I
S -.ii rie passing Dutch (','.ca; last
aift rino in di(iovered that his ,oth. was
''l,,wa p. 'll inve.s:iatitioni thAm' dy
,f N.'Wuman was found n the ruins.

TO Cl'RE A COLD IN ONE DAY
i'ak I1.xxtivr Hromo Quinin- T.bl ts. A',
lruigaritt] re-fund tbhe morcv it it Iaals t. A
ra-. .E. W. tirovo's signature i- en eacL
)ax. ->. (

NUTS: !lk. PERI POUND.
Jacoby has n5i4 to 6(XK pounds of
Italian Che-tnuts and Choice Hazel-
iuts. which he is otffrin,. to close i
Cut. at la, cents per pound. 7atf


Til -.J-.,'v, Ga.. April IS.-Mis Eunuic
Owen-, the 1- y;-ar--ld xaughtr of Rev
0. 8. Owens of this plach, attempted.
suiei 1' la~t night by shooting hersel
with a pi.tol. the ball entering the lef
lung and inflicting a wound which tha
al, wtor. pronounce fatal.
A protracted meeting is in progress
at thie Methodist church and her father
had gnlpe to church. The young ladi
daclinme'l to in, and calling at the home
,of a lady friend proposed a short walk
.Ju when under a lamp, she drew the pisto
and fir.d. No cause is known for the
rash e":.
Will Meet at narnevillle.
Ari..vr.. April is.-The executive
Noiirnn;itet of tho Cu(7,nty School Comr
niitsin.ar-' aswo'iation at a meeting in
tl.e o fli'v of State Commissioner (lent
at the capital decided upon Ba rnevillf
as the place for the next annual mi,-etinl
of the association. The meeting nc"-urs
idru-r the firat week in July, while th,
ofaltluqua is in eiston thee.
Sate In Ni.vw York.
NEw YorK, April IS.-The Counteu
Festectis, formerly Miss Elen Haggin,
who was reported to have been drowned
by the sinking of her husband'-4 yacht,
is in this city. She was n 4 on the vTe-
sal at the time of thte dia.ster.
)Deatbs From Plague In ludia.
SIMLA. April 18.-The. deaths frin thb
plhgne throughout India during the lN4t
.week slightly decreFiaed in numrnbr. bat
the aggregate is still uipwujid iof 4,(00.

An Honest Medicine for La Grie>ppe.
G(eo. W. Waitt, of South G(irdiner.
Me.. say-: "I have hlid the wor-.t
coutgh, cold chil s and grip and have-
taken lots of trash of noia account but
prof it t the venidor. Chainberl -in'i
Clough Remiaedy i" the only thin that
has done ,rny good whatever. I have
uied one i-cent bottlpoind the chills.
'old and wg ip have all left inme. I
congratulate the nianufac'tirers of atn
honest inedicinie." For sile by Hain-
nah Bros. and all medicine dealer-.

SEE ROSS & CO.
ABOUT SCREE.NS.

We will sooii receive a
ine lot of patent winldoi
awnin s, wait for them.
,tiarston t' Finch.

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


!
e


FINLAYE SAYS HE


WILL FACE CHARGE


Will Return


to Kentucky


When His Case Comes Up.

REQUISITION E"E REFUSED

(ioverntur ;imuint w 1.1 Not surrenderr
A,'v'seal to II'r'k;.um -Trial of t(ol.

sun- (upaltini I .,el,!. I'I(t on 1%it ue<-
?t.a 14d by oimIIIkiivweaIlt h.
Illi \ \ I'-.'-, A ;. .d l .- hi rl.- F in-
Live,. ,, -*r'.. -,'.;,.' ,ry of "tae'rf .a Kten-
tun'kv., xwh.,- i- ,...n hier' f;r s,veral
w ,' l h t- .. u n ,:.ti ,l ,t' t :,' iif'. t-
u'*nt b'=it .a-i 1 1-i return-' I ag'.iinst
hium an I t. ,.r K ut:a.-ky R *puiubble an-i
wa.- aii.-,i tip 'ui tmlday by the Kentucky
IR'pubili -ans iwh arev in t!, city.


IN ANNUAL CONFERENCE.
511"U~ng of 4(atlsolir Eelucators-Ister-
enting 1'sprmRaiIead.l
CH14.AO-O, April I-. -71v" ~c ~saAnd a-
nnul aolxfertu.eeat catima 'ii.'t'allagi's of
A-ien-r'a and Canaaala i- itit "e'--iou a$
-I Jv.eia high sebh o .l'h.11 otthil' e.'ty.
V-noaiiiii-ikt I thadic ct an r.repreo-
*j 1l i'-a.rlv all th' 1- 41 lle'es
-1' ci-,at' I vare-In in rtaiial~n- NL in o
tI.'- .m-'r- i :.t,ivo !wct;)r,,;, r ,I asit -u6.
.s in 'Alit It are -of lrm.joranr~ ~- -, to fLh


i k- I. Ill'5
Sit .iv~ aivig a t t 'rl- ii t, i~.ti 'us'f

i-llla- eau.-.-t.d~~I-: a- U it r- u l

lii' I .... 'a aI'l t.. LF ."c:io. '-!f
a .'; yea' iu-- '*.ti 1t n mii. i


malt lit 'of th,' eont.-* a la Iii r'A his


"I uintel,! to r.lurn t.o r-ntur to K1n1- TO BUILD RUSSIAN RAILWAY.
tucky and tuaov tLe iudietnients again-tt
ile," he .-ail "My mind ha' aUot been Am Ier'i'ans .Go to :Europe to ('ompete
changed by -he news of the indictment. For ('ontraet.
I have all h. nig intended to go blek to PIPILADEJLPUIA. April IS.-E. F. Wal-
my state. I Canunot sav just wh.-u I oker mof this city and J. H. McCleary of
shall go. probably not until the trial on : iicimnd, representing prominent cap-
the indict 'nt, for I am not willing to itAlists of Philadelphia and Richmond.
go back and be thrown into jail. When i liailed today frum New York on the
the rime for the trial comes, however, steamsnhip New York for Southampsoa.
shall go to Kentucky and defend myself They are authorized to pledge bond fmr
against the unjust cAarges they have any amount of money net'eumry so U-
brought against me." cure the contract for building the pio-
Mr. Fin lay saId further that be had ct ilrod from St. Pemterb t o
uo doubt that he would have been Ohalf the Russian empire tvrom mnorthM
thrown into jail like Powers and Davis halfthe sian empire from orth
were in Lexiugton, if it had not been is utn that the n.w rai
simply by change private interests had IS 1 ndeWrtood that the noew th*an
brought him into Indiana. oanot bonrctd for e a $,-
As to bhi belief ad to whether Beck- 000000- Should the contract om to
ham would make another attempt to re- this country the resosble posism it
move him frnm Indiana by requisition 'the actual constrmcton of the
Mr. Finlaye politely declined to talk. will be filled by Americans. Atzhmd
of departments for the planning ad= al
foremen required for the laying of the
CANNOT ARREST FINLAYE. railroad wil beto taken from Americmn
Governor Mount Willu Iefuse Requisi- officerss ad workshop and only Amert-
tioni of Governor Beckham. can material will be used.
PRANKFOurT. Ky., April i.-It is be- MUTILATED BODY IS FOUND.
lived here that there will be someHead ered, Limb Broke
trouble in securing the extradition from TinHead k vered, LInto Bits.roken
Indianapolis of ex-Secreta- r of Stater n ., .B-.
x tary o to VANcorvER, B. C., April 18.-The
Charles Finlaye, who has been indicted angled and mrilated remal s of Al-
by the grand jury in connection with the mangled and muti, htd r o ns of l-
murder of Goverunor (,abel. exander Main, chief of police of Steve-
Governor Mount of Indiana has re- .)n, has been found in a grave near a
fused to recognize requisitions from cluster of Chinese shacks 2 miles from
(Governor Beckhamu and Governor Tay- Steveson. Main has been missing smoam
lor will not be asked to make the requi- Sunday, when he went to one ol the
rion by the Franklin county ofli.ials, be- Chinese cabi to search for soe mie-
caume that would be a requisition of the ing tools believed to have been stolen.
',nte.st.., who ha..s an adverse' decision Main's head had been severed from the
from the' state courts. bolly, his arms and legs broken in smv-
c- ernil places and the trunk hacked into
COLSON PLACED ON TRIAL. malll bits. Two Chinese are under ar-
apta olden Apear ltne rest charged with the murder.
Captalu For Prosecution. are loated canneries, and during the
FRA.Kroi:T'. Ky., April IS.-The tak- anmnmg seaan hasa a floating pop=lmo
n ,,of testimony in the Coldsou trial con- of .3.000 tor ;,00( Chine.W. Indians and
moe',-d this mrnrning iu the circuit. l'tJ"^' _____
urt. RECEIVER IS APPLIED FOR.
The first witness inttrodu,-.l hvy the I.lackwl .- Ask.
,. Blwakwell "Buobur, C company y A
nomnonwealrh waS Ciaptain B. B. (; ilden, -, .


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e who was baUly shot during the dual and
who is siuppo.-.ed to have entered tht
4 htel office with Ethelb-.rt Se'itt.. G ol
r don testified at length as to hii' where
v about after arriving in this city up t
e the time aof the shooting.
G alden said he left Scott at the cigar
I stand and started across the ofti,- tio the
l main entrance. Did not know whether
Scott wa following him or not, got
almost to the door when he' saw <(oLon
arise from hisr chair and heard swame one
moving rapidly behind him.
S "C'q, ,o k steady aitu and fired the
. firs ot, said the witness. "but I don't
know who tired the second. I was shot
in the back while trying to get out of
the room."
In the cross examination nothing new
was brought out and after two hours on
the stand Captain Golden was excused.

ELECTION IN LOUISIANA.
l)emocrats Carry st.te by Large Ma.
jority-Light Vote Polled.
NEW ORLFANS, April I1.-The Deimo-
crats elect every one of their senators
and representatives. T'he storm inter-
rupted couainniui'a' ,,n with mniany f
tlr euuniry ili-'rri, ? tf sich retturnr-
is have be.in re'-cived inI!:'-ate Demo-
cratic majoirii.-e, and it loks a.- thIi,ugh
the two I kpunhlian tlike-t togethitr had
r,- e':'.el niat over I l',ai ) v te-,'a a Je'ini -.
( rict, it niay''rity of : t,. 1.
Th'i total v tf.e %will "<-ar'a'ely ar- d *'*.-
aoo) ni tiiin-;t 21)7.a i') a year a,' a 'i, vi witil
a t.,tal re.isitrarin ,f 14i,/ .
Til; tate teniate wll I } t- una':; -'.!v
-i r ,t ana ithe ti- use t :.', :,i.. n -
l.a WviIl ai'- iitna l ;lin i>r tait hn- Prc-"'-' "i-r
.iu.i t'rw l<-.pIulili,.bna Thu a, --Iri-.' tr.m'
r- ....la'i in a tf M 'Enerv ti the- nt ;,. '
. rtate- ar l M .t F.,'-ter tnl nt. a e.ia n a-
ator < rafTfny.
D)eimocrat?. ( rry Newv Haven.
N:w HAVre. April I .-Thie annual
election of city and town otfler# result ,
in a c.,mplete vi'tary tfor th.- I),em. rai
was voted for. The- D -iu,,'ratli- maj ,ri
tie-s mi-ngotri trm .IN to, 2.:,F3) arid ar,-
the largest in years. The I),m.n- .rat-
have control o(f both bran,'he. ,-f the-
cuumLulmoa cjiunmral.
Illlnol Lieense Floettions.
CiircaG,,. April 18.-Of 14- ,'ti.s,-
townl and villages in Illini 7o. 70 vread
against hienise, 5.5 for litene.. J,]liet faor
high and Lokville for low. Republi-
can. carried 11 of the 1 communities in
which party lies were drawn.


CHARLFST<4 April is.-Application
. 'has been made before United States Cir-
- cuit Judge Sirnonton for a permanentre-
ceiver for the Blackwell Tobacco comn-
x pany. The American Tolc.co company,
owning a majority of the stock, claims
that W. A. Gulbrit., a stockholder. is
C trying to have the North Carolina legi-
latnre pass a bill to repeal the Blackwell
(cinyipitny's charter, arid to have an Un-
friendly receiver appointed.
The nmotin is meant to have the
affairs of the company wound up and
aild under order of the court. Judge
Sinirvnton took the matter under advise-

Will Bore For Oil.
CFTTTAIOONCA. April I4.-A new com-
pany has been formed at Dayton, Tenn.,
for the purpose of continuing the work
Sof boring for oil in the til belt 4 mile.
e'ast of rmDayton. The company wil be
known as the Richland Oil comny,
anud will bore 2.000 or 38.00 feet depr
in the well which has already been makl
to the depth of 1,000 feet.
Ilabonle Plague Appears.
CAII:,<. April !q.-Thle luhbani, plague
i: roetw.'-te- r, have' ',nwlo it-, apparaoa
at several ports on the R'd W.-a.
If 'roubled with rheumatism, give
Chiiaiiberlain's Pain Balin a trial. Ic
will not cost you a cent if it does no
zood. One application will relieve
the pain. It also cuires -pr-4in-, and
brui-es iin one-third the time re-
,jnired by any eoth-er treatment.
Cuts, hiring, fio -thite-. qiliuaey,
paiin-i in thMe side and chm--it. wlandu-
mar aintdothir swelling- are quickly
a'ured by applying it. Ev.ry bottle
vwrrritrt-d. Price. 2., aald 5-) cta.
l-'.,r -l.te by Hanrilih l;ras. aiin all
;ne dicine dealer-.
FINE POULI.TRY.
At I'. ('erner's Poultry Yard.
I ani naw ready teo -||II e,'- for -et.
lri.a trian tihe followij : tre--ale o-f
"*ickIemi-: Itark Bralihmais-. lParridge
',ehina. Light Br.r, inaa-. VAl:ite
c('ochiim, Ply iNiith IRocks. Brwii
Lehi.ihorii, Wyndiot'-. M1y towl< are
rain the- vv-ry b--t a;r,,iias to be
'ourai. and I invite th- piiblio to call
'irld( -e-e i;iy poultry y 'ard-ehauta 7I)
tiner faowl- oin hai d. -tt,, a f 13
e"zg s foir I..',,. Loai 1-": C..:..t .
a" tf Matuuger.
RO-. & CO.'S
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900.


CURES WEAK MEN FREE. BRITISH FAILURE IS


Send Name and Address To-day--You Can CHARGED TO BULLER


Have It Free and be Strong and

Vigorous for Life. 6


INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME.


L. W. KNAPP, M. D.


completely braced me up. I am ju-t a,.
vigorous a- when a >I.y and 3)(u can not
realize how haoupy I am.'
S*-Dear bir:-Your meihol worked beauti-
fully. Results were exactly what I n-ee-d,d.
strength and vigor have complete ly re-


irned and enlargement is entirely at,--
ctory. "
'Ieftr Mlr:-Yours was received and II ad
n trouble in making u*s of lie receipt as
reacted and can truhliftully ly ay it I a booni
weak men. I ain greatly improved in
ze. strength and vagor."
All cuerresponidence is strictly conflden-
al. maIled in plain sealed envelope. Tbhe
celpt is fr- for the asking and be* wants
'ery man to have it.


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How any man mayor quickly cure himself
afteryears of suffering from sexual wuak-
s.s .lnFt ritaltit. night losses. vartcoceite.
etc..and enlarge -mall weak organs to full
sisenadvigor. Ninply send yourna'neand
iaiddre to lIr. L.. W Knapp. : Hull
BuIlding. Ietroit, Mich.. and he will
gledlysfnd thedfrer receipt with full direc-
Iabonso that any man Way ea-ily cure him-
elf atbome. This is certainly a m-nst gen-
trosoffer and the following extracts taken
from hll daily mail show what men think
of bt agneromstvy.
-Dear 8tr: -Please except my sincere
tbaakefor yours of recent date. 1 have
flTs yeaor treatment a thorough teat and
Liltbeaeft baa be n extraordinary. It has


Teaching aH er** Trieksa.The spider and the T"IUnKl reosL.
YTo can. with patieuce, teach your A gentlein was recently watching
horse politeness- to bow to an audi- some spiders, whe.n It occurred to hit
oxe, to say "No" with more or less to try what effect the sound of a tur
clstonloL to kiss you or even laugh. Ing fork would have upon them. II
The animal may Ie tauchit to bow by suspected that they would ta:i>e It fc
tapplng him on the lba Be bends his bead lu trying to avoid large. ugly spi ter tl:t half le*(-n feast
the annoyan(-e. Thie trainer ceases the Ing oun t:es for about two months. Th
tapping. cares,.s hiim. then resumes sTphler wa at ione eldge of its we!
It tlH he repents tlih low. lie is again Sounrding the fork. the man touched
rersvedl andI pri','-,sl with a carrot tlthreadl at the ether side and w::tche
or something of which- he is imirticular- the rPrsult.
ly fond. At lust It colnes aiolti that Mr Si;ider hnuau the l1uzzu:u sountn
he "Ibows" ii.ni an it i Velll ut of the cuv..' Ito tn over his telelpi!on
whip toward his ;ac.k. wires. I,:t i. w w avI hlie to knew or
To teach a horse- to say "No" a pin which tart;,.:i.r v.;;e it was travel
ip fastened to tl.- I.utt of hli whi. A. ing' lhe: In tg. <- r ofthe -cltr (if the we;
slight scratch 1. gil un to the horise.-s' v'Tery quiil'. v :a1l fill a :r, l t:ritil hi
withers. about where thl, cllar would tonlll'1'i t!li, trh-.n l .aiintt the ot!hl
be. At this he sh:Iikes his head and end! of w'!i.h tl!h fork was soiindlin;Z
son learns to shake it wlhreover hli then. taking;, :anoth.ir thread alonz. ju:s
*Ge the butt of the uwhip clio.ng neair as a I:ianau woutl al!t al .xtr:a ice
his withers. i rope he' ran out t t: w fork andri i-ran::
The trainer teaches the anninmal to upIn it. T!-ni h' r .; re.; t.edl a 1,:1. %a
kiU" by feeling thima vihli apipl.s frnt antnil h,",ati. :l to f,,ork. Ie' was pPz
ht mouth. gradually i.sos ning tlie size 7z-.l1. !! ::1l expect ,1 to tind a l.,izz
of the apples till the horse does the Ing f y. Then. '-lage to say. he co
trick without any. or he puts salt, of on the f)rk again nnl d:aneled with ile,
which horses are very f.,nd. on hisi IIg1ht. Evidently the sound was musil
che&, and the aui:mal naturally licks, to hlim.
It Off. I killed.
Be Is taught to laugh hy g'ntlly forp- I ".\n.tr," he said though;fu;lly, "short
llg the butt of the whip iti at tih' i'le ens life."
of hsl month. th. n pryttin: l:iz inouinth S eho looked nt hint s'iarp!y.
open with It. ('rinsses and;I carrots fo.l- *.It nso." he went onl. spoils bepnaty
low. tiU at I1.t htil sll-lihtst tamotion of It has an exe.ptin!ially injurious efteci1
the butt toward hia mouth m:ikes thii on a lprettcy face."
dpen it. Il do's not really laugh; he ".|(,!hn II<-nry." she exclalin'ed. "--hat
grins.-Good 1Words. Is it you want to say to lie? W1h:ti
provnlin su.gestlon ha iveP yul to !nIkt
A ClSeg .e Street car Epliode. now? For what oenf,,sie rilling in (1,do
rangers ou tiltr e.lt Iouii h imil Arch.ir ute co,y :.re you pavi;:;.,t he.
avenue car were throw m into i pai t Uc .v'"*
one ilght by thl' piro-ui.'t of a h1Millup.' Then ie knew trat all hIs preenu
At the sight of a R wilil %.yie inin jerk- tio,'.is wre uslss1 a I hat he u
Itn the hell roi antul louri.shinig a litl ,oas w.4l !.ave t,,i tier in the first pI,.e
Tvolver tinid wvo'lltn sought shelter that she woutll hal.ev to wait a month
behind brave ni,, for that new l ontet.--4'hicago Post
Quiet was r-. ':ore'd wihn the r'eil
calle of the distuirlca;ncC was I.':r:u,..
aw of thei r i The Poinet of View.v
('.a Ir I had 'i a 1i t ( t The T .ir- in t IIandil ;i-urinied1 hs
switch trncks alt .'slit'l ir'cIsi Iaveu\ !t, in
m o-t I \.r.ai1t1:Z !>--p, the conductor askiei I. a111:111 f.r i [tirm 11 t! u. i:- Ia.
fare. Ie to.k a $.1 lhil und .as abniout .
to make atn' ln Ie saw t!.. t u l." s:l L. "'that
p !'9 11 ri n- Ie 'r i fl#,,w owilthtv!e as,
wa nrlltg lights : .al. ,i';'>ii r t i- h .'- rr.h u I :'ti tt i. ns
-'W ait 3 It a,:)t i" h ie S.li ttil d1a, 1 ni t a.il tr: <- i ic
ed a1s ead 1 ith li ; 1:t1111.r .. : *: : ,: t
tqt, tht. .` 1:" ` .,!0310 1 rU 1,ii::' ,.
p flit i t rai r:: 't:', !: :',! !:r i h,., H[ i- i .': .!: '! he
e lssi'n -r. i\ Io S.'\ l:the C 'o iiit,]:'t r :!i I
( : .,! <. -t 1-. *!t .ir %% f .:,'. II;
In 2. t!is." ,ix ::. ; : ... t O 'ii : Ii (. a sui-;:araI Vlvn .:al z1:irf-
b Ie s ,at i'> m.o T
.. (n u .t'r :l I t'a\v :i\l':i DL ,trot
Tif wa. lIe uf!iaim'p mnan halil .
Wf ita< ietl thl fri'rt.t o' r ar!' lilt' c :irou
f.hti< di ,:t 1l t-.. ::l;l''Ior. wto w:.s.' The IRetl Thins.
ai:'n,t ; tl i o I '- r':i: i latforain. '[li' .T,,? ,' y i, !, ".**, n :"i" ''. -
;Giebser a;'"Tr tr*-l t ."t'.; from thle i.:ir. ~!'' ,-::.1 i .., :., l ttr 11 :in slte it'es
I'ut f,'i.int iT ::.'T"" '*!' !.',-n ;:s of t .' 5 a'It
Archetr nvien t.e Imir:! .u stt t-.illr>t Tia'n i-:' l- -" '" '..' '', ,.i:.v t." ..--i'!.'>V. ""y.
be Dixaii a:ni l Wh-em !e -oilu ;: ,I:: r ru0a i li.i' wit'i a ninl I.i' le '' ..t I- t '.hr:k. shli' :i< Our
polite "lon't for..'t your cLa.:u;i;. sir." oa)"i. r lon, ha- e -ti- witi your<.
-Chicago R-cord. !.! ,!:::\ (<-,.rt :l, ti -ol: \V'.hat of
o 4 H. ahr in T w that V.1i are :i.nt .i.:ir ,ut a sa.ltia l.
The grertt* healer .of in -dein (-oIly. :inyw : .1Yv And Itettyv's (iy :a trial
time@ iq BANN R ISALVE. for eut.. stls, rilition: But I amn the real thing'


wouands. sore, piles ,nd all skin di--
,*Ses. It i- guaranteed. W. A.
D'Alemberte.

C-A 3mT.lX

aws f L"f&N3Sw


Co. a feet itmery in 1). 20) and 30-cent


-Life.
A Real Maeot
"What Is an exit, pa?"u
"Exit. Fredidy? Well. It is a Latin
placard hung around on the walls in
theaters and opera houses to keep peo-
pie from thinking they smell fire."-lu
dianapolls Journal.


Running sores. ulcers, boils, pim-
ples. etc.. quickly cured by BANNER
SALVE, the most healir;z salve iii


London Holds Him Responsi-

ble for Reverses.

IS SEVERELY CRITICISED


Huller, Warren and Thurneycroft Rep-
rhitmaded by Lord Roberts-Boers
Driven from Trenches at Warrenton.
Disentions I. Their Army.
LoxuioN, April I'. Lord Roberts'
Sriticisnis of General naller, General
Warren and Colonel Thorneycroft con-
r .uue topics of general interest. All the
afternoon papers comment at length on
?.-e strictures of the British commander-
in-chief mi South Africa, praising Lord
Roberts for his frankness and specun-
Ltuig upon what the publication of the
dispatches at the present moment por-
t Some of them maintain there is noth-
ing left for General Bailer but to resign.
The St. James Gazette is particularly
sathiug. Referring to General Buller's
report it says. Never in the history of
A.-atie did it happen that generalkw.,rib-
til-d their confessions of failure and de-
1 r.t, uof useless deaths of men and of
l.c'r dit tio the ftlay in a nmnner whi "
-aggests a cartful, aelectiou fromtu
fiirc.d j m-ularity of the funny man, I
Jlangy chatter of the horsey wouiau a
Iie ..til.', of the the tmuuki:igr'.,omu htue
i t:t 'vu'tiiug.
Thl- G1,,l1. (i.-chinrs tiat "a more pitt-
* re v-,ord oif i lof i-tAo' in plan and
o i'fl*-...l ii i exticutiOln we Li ave .1lliit
ra.." ;and add., that what little r-puta-
"tin U!ieral Buller had left has b-en
'-attered to Cth wiinds.
Practi'ally no drv'lopni.ruts have
iwen replirtAd so) far in today's S-outh
Africtn cabl,.s. A dispatch from War-
"t t nitn, datcd Tuesday April 17, says:
Finding he Boers busvi making new
irm 'nhOs we exploded lyddite shells.
f, il.wing up tn.ese with the M'tximi.
T eir aiubulatvi'i was afterward seen ont
te slapt. Pr-sumably neither side ha:.
ringed any distinct advantage tufar a--
kniowa.
i)ltsentlin Amonng Boers.
MA'-nr:r, April IS.--OlounlDalgetty's
casualtis since he has b.ien Iix.ieg-d at
WVepener have been 20 killed and 100I
wounded. The Bier lowfes am reported
to have liecn considershly heavier. Af-
tr taue night attack on April 12 the dead
: wre left on the field, where they still
!ie nnburied. There is a conflict of
pinionn among the leaders. Some want
Sto attack again, while others rcfnse to
d.- so. Desultory cannon firing and
"snipping" continues. The Caledon i
ringg which arms the Boers, who are
now on both sides of the river, aud might
be cut off if the strea n was to betome-
flooded. Five Boer guns are believed to
be disabled. .


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[am agent for the largest manu-
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in the way of plain and oruiainental
iron and wire fencing, ,ettfee. va-es,
etc. There is nothing in thi-A line
that I cannot supply and at manu-
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and workmanlike manner :nd at
utch low prices that you will ho i-a-
toiii;h,.ed. I supply anything from
aI plain wire farm fence to thie
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fence; cresting for towers, tree
iruards, ornamental settees, bs:e-
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hitching racks, weather van te.-., vet
wire poultry yard fencing. Spl;ae'-
will not permit me to enumerate ll
the. styles I sell. but you caln see
illustrated catalogues and get esti-
lmates by applying at Win. Johinson
& Son's hardware department
I,;lm A. J. VWATKINS.
Call for State Convention.
C'1t' for a State I '*mncratic convey ntlon to
I. it'-d ia Jt cksonville, Flit..Tu I -oh .J .Ia
ii#. Iwoi:
1lTi. democratic pnrty of the -tiref of -ilor-
1aii will hli ld ri state -<'n\ t-ntion it Jack on.-
i ou iO Tuesdiay. June Iv, at 1:. iauun, for thi-
fa.il o nit puriiost-es.
To clt n'e del'-gat~t to reprfc-nut!' S!'tattrT
in the national democratic convention, to
leh lild at Karas Climy. Mio...) luiv 4. lvIi; to
nmimlnlite candidates for the oflih' s ,f tiov-
ernltr, oni Juctice of the mupren;ei i' ,lrl.
a reo retryy of State, Attirrn-.-,' -A-i' -r;-l.
I io ipt rll',lTr. Truaburur. du eii tt-r i i ilt
'uulhlof Inst ritioun. (' ,utlure.*,a IRttlroad t'onitn -ti-oner for t!i
terni oft four years., foir 'Presi(lntall M*'ecl-
or.- and four alltenri.tes. to if,* vote-d for at
lihe next regular -tate electionn. and to<
t ni i',-,t uhli oi her btusitw'su as Imay conle
tio'ore t li tonventiotn.
1 itI diffetrelat CouIlti 111i th t' at,*,* w:li
-en I dilegates tio lthi- convi.* tton iiuti-)n t!i '
frn' 'iw :1ig t>A ,.-te fr '<'.i one' tli nd u-dl vit-.s f'o t for
te a!i l ati cli lslon tlihn state il'ke '. ii, ir--
,'. a. tl 'he hlihli-t liinil'r .f via .- lit It-
a- i'a! uIt. it.>n of 1-:*. a. l t us' o n t- ia a inuoda-!
\, f.,r tl- trnction It >(.Ce- th ifereof
1 t limouniii to fifty or inmor'- 1 i'
, ,iia it w-e i.,' tiw o i l oitwe(i tna litaioli r- i-
nl oa- ..l'-c'm of I-'- in fmiy '. -ni y hat
a-* i itT' a- I e hi icolu: t at '- 1iia 1ra l !. I !*
S .I t;l en title' to Il -pl v-**'e tatol l A f111:-


!h ou It o.



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Leon
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Pcol uman


Wahliingtion


1li- country., will select their delegates in
any mnanner which may be considered best
liv thtie people acting through the party or-
atinnial.tton as rw'ugniled by the last state
,'or.vention. All democrats are invited to
pirtlelpate In th- selection of dei-eat-.'
lher-to including those who have become
(iualt'ited to vote since the last election.
Thechairnian and secretary of each coun-
ty convention held for thu. purpose of elect-
ing delegates to the state convention are*
reqiu.sted to .,-ind to HoD. W. A. Rawl%.
-hairmtan. Tallaahssee. Fia.. a written or
p stnted copy of the proreedingics of uuca'
'.'unty convention. toge-tb'hr ith a ar off
' hi name- of the county executive commniit-
*'.-, .n which should be designated the
5-!ha:rnian and secretary of suc i conmtulittee.


IDiIy's ALAIRA,
*^-rFeverms, Chlt CouBs M.
9-Coldl, ypep"t of wht-
pul evir form, quickly cured
I- tv taking DUFF'S Malt.
Maff A tablespoonful in glass of
water three times a day.
A At druggists and grocers.
W skey u -vare of nitattiuo.

A flefutntlionn.
If .'s w.hat r -. > l go o d,
T, ril .r t .r .
n~ ,tr
r JA


T!.j r', !*- i y i.:1 I r .:rat.Il
.r k a.1 u tic i." : 'wan r,, .'.
P.' .;. r,.:-t. i rrf e n 'r:;.;.'al.
'..l t. r ... ;.: ... -Life.
On a Cattle Bloat.
"; g ,ver t1 Pari'-"
"Yel'. G..ing. ,ver it the steerage of a
cattle .,r. t."
"I sh1 ,il! think you'd et afraid to go
In the ste.erage."
"Aft;r:. "The ('-eers."-('lcvelaIad Plain Dealer.
A Popular Drive.
'"Ah ne. I htaue been driven to drink,"
en say. libut. sake alive.
The' g-reerlt% act as if
ifhcy ta< e::jy)ed thO drive .
-Hultimnure American.
Modern Improvements.
Writen--Y po't.
eIhr.uni liow's that ?
Writemi-Hle says his "'< c:-as" is an
auitoinDdile.- Baltimore Aii;:rickan.


Chase. H. Turner,

+--ARCHITECT*

--AND---


General Contractor,


Building. Repairing,. Mante! and Grate Setting. Plumbinb,:. s- .* ,
a: d Gas Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
r'Artisti- D-sirna,. Estimated. Plan- and Specificati.n- .
ing ut All Kiuds, Prepared on chort Notice. -'
E V-A Large and Carefully Nelected Stock of Fine Mantel- t
TiliDg of All Kinds, Bath Tuba, Closet and Household Appliaiw, l -,. :
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


-----THE




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PREsID)KNT.
T. E. WELLES.I
VICE- PRESIDE ENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFER
C'A: 1 : i ..
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. (."A>, I .


DIVIECTORS:.
r. E .MnuFaISHER.
K~. J. Wt 1-fITMI ~iE. JIIHv F. PFEIF'FER,
L. 1-;ILFON GRKE-N.


A General


of medicine that goes in a
prescription filled in thi' store i-
perfectly pure. Pure drugs mean a
speedy recovery. Poor drugs mean
a relapse. You want the best. Let
us fill your prescription. and supply
other medicines, \V. 'I. (Green & Co .
"The Prescription Drnugis-t," 37 S
Palafox street. Phone 3.4O.

CONGIFISSIONAL CONVENN ION
For the First Congresuional District.
Call for a democratic convention of the
first co ilorl Ja. to be held at Tallabapsee. Florida,
Wednesday, May aith. A. 1I. i1").
Tne dnmocrat.c party of the first congre'-
slonal district of the state of Florida, will
hold a e, ngressional convention at Talla-
hs'e-e on Wednesday, May .Witbh, at '
o'clock noon. for the purpose of nominating
a candidate for congress from said distract
to the rifty-seventh congress of the United
States. to be voted for at the next election.
and to transact such other business as may
come before sa d convention.
The difTerent counties in the district will
send delegates to tlie convention upon the
tollowiitin htapi. of represeutatifn: Onedel-
,'ti" for each Itn vites cast for the candl-
(iit, for congress In s tl dii nct it n the elec-
tio) for v' niiro-siiin i hltld In Isrt, and one
aduitinitl vott- for thie fraction In exce-s
i'ere-or 1,L-i it amounts to fifty or more.
I lie',, in(tet has also allowed additional
i ,,.,..- ;iti on where tile v te fo r con-
.- *-A.i.; i was Incrteasdt' i Ht thi' *iottiiii o(
I in anvy cotit y. The cotnti ,s undtftr
this rule %il ber i.titlidl to r, lir -n Intation
as fo:. w .


C..llta :Ia,
Fi- ro KI :
tiI I I-i~ ~i
.1 --at-ier-cii
Leo


('it ruq
Eil'c'ailonnl
2 11 411-Imnuirta't
4 .1 ai'ik-fiil
I.e limtlu-r I -
3 N .i inirue
4 -Poulk
7 Waltlou


Th- eCisti-tii- will so-lect t hoir df-legates im
akny ritui n. a % itI ihnnty lhe cti~iside re hi *1.t-
by Uie peo-ple actilig thriiugh It lie pmrt or-
gantiizfttuios ss rtcoagnied iby IttheIaist con -
d re...aanhii comaven (ton. All fdeimocrmitt atr,
iavivitt to pparticipaste iii the -oiteviimi(,It
di h.-zatte4 Uae-reto. Incluilitig 1:11i--e wth'.
lttst el..taivimla. n i.dtovlv i~. ~
'I ia. vhaa;i-ri An at;il scre-ttr vcif iach o'iai

lleaaem simi clmiirn:,n. l-oaij. 'oiut.
ci't -utif (of cdi~itiil- t.ci"ia
cr'iuiiait 1!1 u'A IIh ii -Itu..L0i '' 1 *l*')i(Lu.-'
tlte vhikiriii;.u iiad ,e&-i *r v Of %sutlC01c11i
R ~ I a~( VAt I1.. ( 11181i1ua.


JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
(IIJy PROPERfY. F'AIRrNIT

FOIR SAF1. E
boars Pheed at R~easonable IRates


THE

Place F

Buy(


Choic


GRO(


Banking Business Transacted.


Vp. AccountsW Handled on Favorable Terms. Rx.

Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


TE PIONEER LAUNDRY OF lEST FLOiDa!I
11


SHOWING A CLEAN F'R EASTER MORN

is an eas.-. thing to d,, w .:
your linen has been done up !: :r
perfect methods, at such low ; -
as we renovate shirts. collhir- ..i
euots at. Irreproachable li an.-'
be t and cheapest way to -! .
ward signs of bein4. a .i *,.:
'The most careless man wa'- -;
linen, when laundry work i- (1I. r
such prices as at the St.ar ., .
Ladies' Shirt Waist -: --; ,


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
rLEPHONE 114. 87 Z. GARDEN 87
fWi*r'-,'.D. CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-M
WALT1K1R IN ORAHM Manager.


E8TA lAtT.-i **-- 1868.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
I DEALRU I 0

Ship Chandlery and General hardware,

08 AND 605o PALAIFOX STREET.

REVFP.F CO(PPR I'OMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 1 O, 40 N
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8EL & SON'S PUMP'
eavt Groiard s. PaIts. Sli. WIvtical lastrmiests, harts, lickors, Chils

C( M,,Ken7zie ( ..ri:m (Alc, ti:u, Agent for Hir Pilots' P..i.v .


TAH1 HHINF ACADEMY ( Fr tSICI

%l~, EVELENE M. HE!N':. Pu..ic pal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIC. A-,' 'tant.


CUME YOURSEL"'
hI 1:4


nu ep. d' s-'-'* 1a4. A,,.
~ ~ ~ n :n.u.

FAVORITE L5K( !ION BELII'9


or Pensacola
llew-tiny (Cgr,?,i-pl'i
ers to BuyV3Balsam of ,
O'bebs and Injecti

SmedLea wtFam ilyht
erumc POILDVYALLDHLGGISTT
V R DT R-".. ..
-*, -. .,=


LJJJAULL~J I


-IS AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--OF-



HE$TZ & O.,

e)-120-122-40
K GfvArnv m en t Street.


l~rdii~i.d ,. dlPli..cianlla4 ZItjrc
v ~*r:,.-Oluts.1% fres- from adutl-
ter oit I.
Geo. Pleiffer, Agent,
PENSSA(OLA.
Try It fn Tru a16 aIrr 9,1pi~.

) Traui,.Mark. c1tlRES
TOOTHACHE, EMHCEE
ad NUI
tn a miiant I'ill cdrrXXlats or
The Ti-in Mediral C o.
I 2--A BRm iuwsyrN..w York.


!E~rR4hL PILLS


% CM*TgR* MGLI~SH'
ABay.u,'*Idi
w' w m. 3 3allGed
iil hi.. 4n b ab... T re. f h. U
Smuts it.is lOL ~ U jeft I eq w,.r sd
? a...say r .. [We"


-Tj--


TIE DAILT i1Wa.


_ ___ ___ __


EVERY DIMPO


RIX M.

Molthis


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THE DAILY NEWS: ENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19 1900 8


TAILS OF THlE TICKETS


Specui~atiof as to Vice Presiden-
tial Candidates.


%%I14 ~~lLL U THE RUNNING KITES

rie t, numimaticona of McKinley and
1"e LeAad Their Respiective
Ialtc tun~ceded.-Liffe In Moal..
sand Wheeler.
,~Aphril191q-Special.] -
,~ '.~ittely exjt4ted el at
1: It~zdey wil tw rcuounlnat-
1e'aA iu!iA'iuus and CIolonel
I -ni,-jce-rato. tbe rman wahe
1"'Sgrit~dentjail e.aud.-
I., *aiot and prive' sut,-

a-i t4 to 1w f,11,11141
:.'-e'w to lee '% cry

a a s N MISS elt
4", e ci1.31 fit, 10.
z.~i.~jaflnot
11 U. ti t 1. 1l1'

ac e1an .,~adi
I -. i.L








all IS~icit '~ 'cr

%v .tlg1q.1 Up hi6 l )4 ** *%* m
%1*V ,j ti- Ic. ita m act e
nmiluIfomMa.:t:te, as lngis .
'. and .a mDttrthaJ& .tcccL; sI a
eec l t i ive Al- v~aee 'r
I tinu~w eAlof er at toik IN-eijte
twioiletwithUI.rlie e We naw of
Varu .. e.L~e'ir is (Inci of t ill. t~

14oitojrm InWaidiiC'.lie an re.

4, i1aur rma I~. lalilaslong asl:-lq
,,tiw--. ndtat Iiiwstor tha iof.sw1ar
-*11And wbit lotmtIn ~ oe apl
bairt e A, tua,. .il -iA -At 0.:,il~ l
Th~lae Iee-niowucu 4tindti, eln
wiek atwlith,:r:-:I theuamRD,

La' "it a.
3:-4,111141 1 lit- I li !At s
II'll, but 4. t Arel a0d: !')[ I Al u:l





;:--I lica .cf cii, heIe .e."a ai c I "
N'. re : tiAhlf r l iea, ~ ae 'ai
*- 'Wuit. ueaWadiere Leatth leters.
-.11 1l*1ceL an \-c: i 1,:1&1, AliLe ciIT,
-i kl II *1 ii :e i J:a i~ e .
Ofeue i e~i~:.I a .


C A cv tl tail and U1L -Ucii p-












I av 'a. ,Ic13 it 1 Aa,

at t(F i Ilian aal'ta




N -1,pal ~l ht,'I a .ea
a 1).a Hoff, lal ..
no.willatfurnish *roui
'Ia e elvi '_"aaa et


termed into a ,roup of members. "Gen-
eral." said one. "are you making ar-
ran*.,n, ,'ns with the speaker to be
wovuru iL':" "No." answered Wheder.
v ih is not muc'h of a joker; "we were
t v i!-: l ,l a Ilct- n st niwthiltl else.. The
c;re-;;*l." ~:'il the sIeaker siztnilticantly.
i s bt.m I;.:;:-h re-,:irld for the' prtiprie-
ti .. a:If '!, pr. e :it s.tllatiol: to mllaket
u. -%U. L s,.:.. t 1." ea. Eerylly knew
":;iV it ;iits t;hat <; aeral Wheeler
.!! a> h on ;a :. -:;N ilr lf this con-
Z:e'-.s ihl.*~ ie tL're .: another electiout
L; th.- E.;hlithi .A1l!:1h;l;' d!-trkct.
AUTitR \VW. DIUNN.
SCIENTISTS GO TO SIS.RIA.


They Make the Trip to Determine the
()rigin of t(Ie I. liaa.
SAN FR i -toI,April is.-Thre ,- .i
tists, ouniprising the Jessup exp.'-,liti n,
g-nt out hby the An;'r!-lui Ms'.aumn )f
Natural Hi'tury ot N .-w York t,, expl ,re
thle unk,,wu paprriitn f uortihwi'-t.trn
Siberia, have- aiil 1 from thiscity. They
art Nimaniui C Baxtou, an Amuricln,
and two) Ru- ian.,. Waldemar G,.;arabt
and Waldeniar Jmke,-lson.
One ilobijtc't ,f their trip will be to de.
terminine whe:l't1r or not the Am.narican
Indian i-* ,l*1',eni,'el from Asiati,' srt,ck.
The Ruwsinns will tou'h ma irly upn,
the- e~hnlgi'airl I.hase, 'tudying thet na-
tive langIaT ge and snlgs, cost ::s anil
physical charattti.tit tc of ali,-t -v.-rey
trtbe that inulth!rtt, tu northwest **rui :, -
tism of Sibt-ria. Iuxtn will o':it'. hi-,
work mainly to the zoological ti',1I. ta,-
wart iakinag a new and rnre collxr'i' n
ot biriL- a,:ni niatnitals fur the big mu-
seuni in i ,ntitl' iMrk.
The-y rX'ex't to iU gane for at least
two yrar'.'

CONVERTED TO MORMONISM


Protractedl M-'eeting In Morgan (County.
Seven A.ec('-soi.u to ialth.
MeotoI;. G(.-. April LS.-Fairplay, a
village on the northern border of Mor-
gan ouunty. numile tfrn this city. is
just now tho lneceia of the Mormons, to
which all the riders in Georgia have
been directing thi- footstepe. Twenty-
four of thets pilrnim elders, weary and
dumt-etained, are gathered there from
every quarter of the state, and pro-
tracted services ae being held.
The meetings began Friday and will
close Monday. at which tUns the hbap-
tiamal rits will be admuinutored to the
ooverts of Mormocn.um-euven in raum-
her.
RECEIPTS IN PHILIPPINES.
Report of DIvt-um of C'usosm and
limular Aflairs.
WAAmNtWoN,. April l&-Acocxding
to a statement made by the divaison of
customs and insular affairs of the war
department the receipts min the Philip-
pine islands for the months of January.
February and March, M1).W wer-: Ja.I-
uary, .V3)4.V-9; Fah;nary. i -able) $426,..
421; March. icable)i T1,;446.
The cvuto'.s rec'e-ipts to March I
reach,,d the -umn of 5j74.995. Total ri-
,-,ipta for the three nmonthis were $1,f66o,.
:i74) Re eipt. foir Mart'h ext-eds thboe ,
,t thi- previou- two m unth- by $115.9.3.
Will I{ejoitn Their Regiments.
E'. PA-,c. T'x.. April I.-Lieutenajnts
F,.rnand, ihiaz. f the Fortieth infant rv,
.To-,.a Di)az and Lui- Fernatndiz I). Cav.'ro,
Frtv rirt iTitinttry. M'-sxit.ii army, h :ea
arrtlvt illn E Pi..;- etnr'Ilut to u(;Uayat..
t., j aiiI th.,ir pr,.;ai% iei< t- ni.iw in the tih ld
a, ill't il ul' V ;;U 1 nthi.l ,s.


('attie PIerlah In Storm.
D` N.;-tV, Alprll IN.-Re-ort.s leo-ived
hber- fr ,n the grt;Aiug regious iudicate
that hat vy l..Ies 'uf live .stock will re-
suit front rhe prolonged rain and snow-
-t.,rnu. It is estimated that the kojmes of
slieep in tie vicinity of Trnnidaut will
agg-r.tgate not less than i,000 head.
Impro Itol the Statue.
Even Fl'raune. th., land of art. has its
I eoloerrys. A. Freuch sculptor shipped
a l'rol-tize statue of General Le Flo to a
little town e-alled Quiruper, where It
\:ais set up and ve;'led to await the day
,ou whli:eh it was to be presented form-
aly. The wise ninyor of the town
examined It crit;.ally and decided that
It cotlld Ie' lnim'proved vastly. So he set
a few workmien to the task. and when
the s'lt:lptor arrived lie had the great
plta *sre of finding that his beautiful
Ilrt lronze statue had been scoured
neatly with emery and was shining
like the brass on a mau-of-war.
A tasteful frame of wood had been
put around the marble pedestal, and
as. unfortunately, the local artisan had
made it too small, and to accommodate
thiu, the coattails and feet of most of
the figures on the pedestal had been
Cl't off.
1. M1) I)OISON CiREDl BY B B. I
iattlpe Sent Free to uff--rer..


;ioda t tl,.a ivoart--sistead decetier-. eot
.r iata311de.Ip itpr-It m dicino t reat-
qc ..umickly' v'bald tiB.c 1.. It. HItao-
:awet Wo~cod Inihit .. thioreuiailv test-
e-d f' r 311 y ear'. B. Pc.. I. ba- cure d

m i tho mlie't hi. '-re throat. tcrupeijeens.

'*' eaera~c S1,Va e -i tcret-. tIev. r
(ItII 1~thas -tiec an~,ad in hmlldriil-d"
't~ ~ ho. C'-"~'a~"i e fhair ialli iaYfa-
!)raw'e have f dleli ewit and the whoei--
W-oi *.'eA 1: t-af bell-k. I~a
nia;h' dCilti ithe WL4eilaa
fr. a'i ruiptienis. andt ski n -ni t -lid th
t -i ,ui 4-f at 0.1ft ct healthl H.
c I 1 ti l t. laP' oxiII arft-et rute
ted ~ oim S' '~ i~s 1.,5auffle-rers max'
'.v-! L R. ardki:,aii' fir theiii-
.-t!1Lit it C.'11l -a. ad trial bottle
bca-t-it Ire.' of el ,irgo.
ja ':4taby dr'tirzistyt at $1 1e-r
C~~~~ ,a ecle zt :4)ebttle'a hfll
ar'-..Iiintr I :-. Teo jI'.)ve ur
H.c L B1. it.we will qsfaI ;
B-11--~'ii Fri e cand prepaid to
e, !'!'-. !.s-)t Iie #,lijay te!-tthp rpim-
',i itall e Ie l~.AddreQ-3 BLOOD
PcA LNMC() .Atlanta Ga.-
I will repair your watches anid


The ne-lpful t:nn.
T'< i:::i a l i.-- |i h,,l wIs ill Chinese Dinner Invitations.
L: i I: ,;!:t I ; .1... .a: l ; irl ear "W hen a Chinaman issues invita-
hliim l.:l fla.:it.. 1 .: ih: was very tious to dinner," writes Dr. Sven lie-
thIc.n t ( o \;1 I to vake htir out. and as two days beforehand, a tiny card of
Le s.is a h,.e !;: :..in. alwayss gui ig to invitation, contained In a huge nvel-
ttr :i..'-:s;~';ii-<,f tl <." ill niil d,1. lie pro- ope. If you accept the Invitation, you
M).$-Id to (::nry her himi.elf. I ut in are supposed to keep the card. If you
th,..e. 0!;.1s \"wnin hdo not faint often have not time-that is, if you decline-
4en.ough to ktp a) liwn in practice carry- you are expected to send it back. If
Ing tIhnin out of churches or theaters, the banquet Is appointed for 12 o'clock,
and this iin :was very much excited. you net-d not go before 2 p. m."
The girl had f:ii:te,.d just as a .hyniu
wus b~ltg suniz,. and the man had a J. I. Stephens has a lar ~e agsort-
hymn tijk in his hand. which if it re- meant of Rolid 8tarling Silvr and
iualtne there woulil make him less able Roarr'-a Knives, Forks and Spoon
to render his deed of mercy, so the first ____
thing to do. he realized, was to get rid C0s.iaw uNtPI .VIl- P4
of the bhytin book.
"Won't some one take my hymn NITHER tbe captain, own-
ers nor coneign~es of tha Brit
book?" he crihd *exitedly. "Some ooe as Treseillas will be rspon-
s@ble for debts contracteJ by
take this hyrun took hp called again tbe crewof said vessel.
with vetwnnii'. Hut no we votun- Lrxw.
teered. and it was not until another Gulf Transit C n.o Casp.Alat
nmnn hadl taken the girl out that be
realized that lie nllght have dropped NElrHERthecaptain.owner.
Athalle will be responsible for
New York Tiues. oAm debts contracted bythe crew
of said vessel.
T. Wii.-rt*T.
Cliff Dwelltrs' ('lever Symbols. Verrault LumberCo.. Captain.
The symlbls of the old cliff dwellers, Consigneie.. 1 stt
uisNel to rtpr..asnt the things of nature, NF.ITHER the oaprain,owner,
were often very clever. E nor eonslrnpee of the aWu 4iwn
They represvnt.d the mountains by bkn iorta will be respon-
sible for debts contracted by
ternr.ies. the sky bly arches, the winds theorewofsaid vessel.
tly cils and spiral lines, clouds by W. l t.. ttch Co. tapoN.
W. L. Wittich & Co Captain.
steptid figures, the sun by a disk, the Consignees. i;tt
moon by a crescent. the lightning by -
the serpent, the rain by perpendicular GRiAND EXCL SIOV.
lines, the rainbow by different colors.
the water ty 'eitainu animals, the air
by birds, the earth'h by horizontal lines.
the four points of the compass by
ct-t.Krs. -:iNd the gods which presidkle
over to. ftl' quarters of the sky by
fetiches il their shape of animals.
.. .. ... dTo Mobile and N.w Orleaut tur
A. 1I. Bay's of Mo)rtantown. Ind.. day night, April 2S. leaving Union
h:t! toe .r t tpll ten or twelve till's ill depot at 10::30 oiln ieguldr ;i-eng,-
the niiht, ;lind had severe backache train. Fare for round trip: Pei,-a-
and pl iun in the kidneys. Wa~ cured cola to Mobile., $2.W,; Penavtiavia to
by Fo'.Ey'* K i).NEY CUKE. It'; guar- Now Orleans, 5 0; irom Cantoin-
a tead. \V. A. D Aleimberte. ent .aine as Pen-acola. P.lr:ies


Po ppermint Creamn Wafers, an af-
ter dinner dainty. A.k your dealer
for them.


Medical Society. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at
the Board of Health office at 8
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 24.
Visiting physicians are cordially
invited to attend.
D. W. McMILLA .. M. D.,
President


E. F. BRUCE, M. D,
secretary.


s5mt


Indigestion!


esiriniig deeper WILL apply t-' ticket'
azeut in time. Pnrceia-e ticket :it
ticket atlic-. Tickets good tfor tivt-
days to, return on any re' ultr pa-s-
sentger train. &-'or further in;,)lnia-
tiou apply to
ROBT.KINq or
P. THOMAS,
Pen.acola.







-Importers and Dealers la-
Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,--*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 Month Pala vR ewret.


We challenge the world dry Oce
Laundry Office
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchledss Mineral
Water for the cure of In- B J
digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure L T
or money refunded. Cost


only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all druggists;
also JJ'. T. Green '" Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS
lIT li IUTI1I Tciflv i


HOMWS BIOL.,


H[EIB[R BE. g O.,


GENERAL INSURANCEa WOLAL WI ,


-AND -

Real Estate Agents,
11IVEAIVOIA. FA
PiE~~rTWENTY-TWo OF Till
LEAM)N'r FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDEtNT. FIDELITY. PLATE
M.1AKI% AND STEAM BQILER Itt-

Ta c 4l i nats oft tic itiI
Lire A33 ma~ce Scuiify o" tic





Fe'K STFAM DIVISION
eF1N'SIAtCOLA UI I&AWIUCTFHMMNAl


Palafox Street.
Pensacola, Florida.

i--GOLAY=<4

Grist and Cotn Meal Mills,

S. F. GONZAIlEZ & CO., P op s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MKAI. ANI ) Pt KEGROLND
"TOCK FEED.
Putrfontze Home Inzduitrv. for there it
ev- ry rv -son you should buiy vour Meal &ad
Srt.Hk F-ed from the Hoime" Manufacturer.
for by i dolnr you encourareb homne Indu-
try. Your money IS left in the communilt
and y.: In turn are indirectly btneted.
In foterinit the horne manufacturer you
,,ontritutf to thecauawof labor. You owe
it to t h- community in which you live an*
which **ontrlbute, toyour support.


IAl11.WAY COMPANY. i
TrainI l-ave Pe-nsaceola for the Little PROFE88IONAL OARD8.
Bayu'i. P'almtto t e-ac. Warrlngton, Navy
Yard and Frtr barranc-s at
a.m.parre atF- 1l1:1k) %. nl. a rive a( FLFor, arrancae lm 4an.m
1 I i. I.. a'-r:ve' at Fort h ar ance. 1 i5 p 1m
8:,i p. t'i. Arrive at Fort tarranca-s 4:!5 p m I. m
'4:.sp. m. arrive at Fo:t n'trrancas 7:l.p m wPYShIyi aU lnrlOB
:* ie mu 1 i~tov.-'.a o-t 3arraaces 8:4~6p.m -
Tra.n4 leave Fort Earrancas for Pensa- Ki-ulle.nce. Hotel Fsciuamba,
cola ItL Pho:. I;- !.
7:3-1 %.m. a-'-Teat PenR.cola .... :t.Em l(ffice, l,'Alomtberte 1uil.iing. 1,9:). ouatb
;i im. arrive at Ptn ,2eo'a......... 11 :4. P.m i'alarfox L street. Phione -j.I
S2: p. t. ,trrivo at Pensacolib......... 2: o. _______________
5io") a i n ) ai riv at Pe isn'eo!. .. 5:4 p in
7 0.p. in. Arrtve at Pea.'co' s....... 7:s Dp W M
D45 p m. arr.veat Pensacoia .......... 9:l p. m D W M. 0. DEWBE3XY.
I j-- .yet or.ly.
IL e:tct ;'Ae. ltC 1.I OFFIOE-RHanah Bros.' Drug 8t.r
AI NDAY SCTMI)rJ'3
Leave P,4asoila. Lv Fort Barranoea. REBIDENOB-400 B. Jackson Stree
9a..M. le a.m.
l1.a.m. r m.
Ip.-m Sipm.
= W I Maean, M. D
p.9 .pi..
6p.m. 1p.m. Hoiem atii Physicki ail t url i,
ARK I oa VEK DATaS.
Penaeola to Fort Barranoas and retora 4e Late of Ocala, F la,.
Pena'ola to Navy Yard and return ...S Offers his protfeonW l erviso., the o t-
PeasSoola to Palmetto Btech and return 1ie .... znif Pnmeal


PFAS ro a sumDAT
fpeasoota to rs Barrames Navy
Iard4 ad rra"sr........- ..._.... We
Peasaolt so PJalem o jBeaeh an
*eu-------- lie
No frolht receive after 8:1 p. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K of P,
meets every Monday even-
ing nt 14 at Catle flail.
f in Hutchinson hall. West
Sntendencia street.
Sbinlting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. H. J-DVVI?.,
K.K. & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
Wurld.
Meti frat and third F'-:day night in
.etch montei. Vistita r Ally I;nv-'sd. W. W. WATMON,
S. R.TH I m.s. ('Io rk. C. C.


EKspeelal attatloa given to ta t reatma
of Chronic Dlse ae ad Di*esee of
Woma ad Chibldrtan.
Thirty Years Praetlee in the south.
Oflee Hours:-* a. m. to IS m., S to p. mL
Bweodnoo Pbmo No. 9.
RUwe t.Rlounh RiMink-Kooa-- g

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
rosic Te t. PFhm N4.



To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of .,
Odd Fellows Hall, Warrington,
Monday, April 23, 1900.

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


o-PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIeS SA LOON
o0-DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Cot nsr RBhlont and Devillfira Sta. PXINRACOLA, FLA


Cold Weather
Coming. end ,ye
orders and let us fill your bin before S
cold snap arrives. We will send you 5I
best coal you can procure for either behakilag
or heating purposes at reasonable price,.


Telophoae No. 147.


TDompso9, OIse & to.,
Dealer aIn

Coal and Wood,
Office and Yard: B. B. Corner Zarrage n
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


PENSACOLA. FLA

SEverything Newt and Clean.

*-Everything New and Clean.


3WUL


The Mst Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Mfals Served Dally,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.
-- -


DUNN'S


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER (OLII IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


IV. *. IilLIi O3U!1 AGENTS.
Greenville. Ala. A!so SoI by MPerry an Wmi. Yates.
Tetimoinial From Jadge Gaston. The Jug Trade
tiRzK NVII... A'a., Aug. IW. I.,9.
I tak great pleasrein ,,'.rtiflng to ti Is Our Specialty---
utrityv anti the in-rit of W;ikinsotn' Match- O eciy.---
let* Minetral Water. Thi-s natural mineral
toni., toi my personal knowledge. is taken Pri mpt Delivery and SatikfactioL
froin a well th reve miles -a-t of treenville.
in the exact condition in which it is sold. I Guaranteed.
have m.-en this water used with wonderful
,uceeks. for dyspepsta. ndlgestion. sore Dannheisser Bros.
eye* and for eruptive dles. sores and annheisser Bros.,
ulcers on nan and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles, I do not believe itsox St.,
equal exists. It Is highly recommended by outh Palatox St.,
physicians for a number cf diseases.h
".LL GoASrO. Phone o. 116. 0. Box 281.


HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


Tree Reuhar

Icals fach fDay

25c EaCh.
,E -5- -;- .-


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN 8EA-ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. iLODGING:
5t15 and 519 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida. 25 and 50c


H. H. IWICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter,

No. 6 South Palafz Street,
Al! Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittng_ Materlals Kent on HanA


P.


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I X M N- -AL I,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1903.


THE DAILY NEWS:
Iat*rd at the Post Office at P nsacola.
PFa.. es*cond-class matter.
OrVCK: Pitt Building. -ll ~out Pala-
oas street. up-.tlri.
piBLISHED BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Term-lInvariably in Advance.
-m Year by Mail ..........
aNX antts* "* ( '
T1ree NoI ths ** :.
f ote Month *
oinWe Week. by Carrie-r. payable Monday 1-

THE WKIKIY NEWS:
Published every Friday bt $'."' per year
F mtae* fr.e
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
~dsa igtsing Rats Furnished em Application.





Te pae e r o e with the
A ETI INo CO.,l
lag. at. Pult Minn.. where
4tbmqR *4advertimesr ad otben way
-saIt mad wber e-timat will be give
psAee er fesNRMAL DOVE1RTmING.

NIU8AOOLA. APRIL 19. 1900.


DEXOCILATIC NOMINEE'.
for Representative to legislature:
C. MORENO "' ,
J. EMMKT 1 0l. F.
For Pheriff:
GEkI:GI.- E. SMITH.
For Circuit Clerk:
ANl- M. Mc;II.LAN.
F. r Tax C('ollector:
.\. 1 i. 1ALI.MN il'V i'l .:
F.r Tar Aso*ve4or:
W w. I.UCHARIS.
For C.oustry Treasurer:
JOHN W. I- .ATER-.
for ('ou.nny .Judge:
TIMAxAs Ki. Mck- LLAuoli.
For School Superintendent:
N. B. COoK.
For (Clerk Criminal Court:
M.1.13IN I FO AY.
For Justice f the Peace Z IDistrict:
JAMES R LANDRUIM
For Con.itable 2d district:
CHARLES P BO BE
F-r County Surveyor:
N%.C. BECK.
For Memtber School Board:
A..CIlB'B'-.
A. C. BL.OI'NT, Jn..
E WARD.

IT is reported that Boss Hanna i,
quite ill at Old Point Comfort with
the grip. and that McKinley and
other republican notables will hasten
to his bedside. The glowing pros-
pects of the democracy and the re-
peated blunderingof the republicans
are enough to make the whole outfit
vick. but they are destinud to bc
more desperately sick than they are
C(w before N'ovanbl-r.

TaE notorious Mrs. "Lar.ptry."
the poser as the patron saint of filth
affects to be shocked and indignant
at the continued rebuffs she has re
gently received in American citie-
and from all cla-ses of peopl.. Sh(
assumed that the American -tandard
of morals would justify her attempt
to exploit salacioui plays on the pubh-
lic stage, and learned that -he had
mistaken the temnper and di-po-ition
O.f the people. That i- all tlir.' i-
of it.


THE Bmitir.: haum A.z,-Herald
classes itself :t:nong the m.os,--hack
extremi-te--who have failed to-
learn wisdom ily ..xpenri-nce. andi
who ima m;ixe that the deinocralce
mawaesthroughout the country are
as ignorant and intolerant as them-
selves-by the i ut)bication in ai r,--
cent issue of tlie following ab-tird,-
ities:
The o at i'onvir tion oinmut te' compoM JA
#ntlireli of Ctrniii ..I't i tii t'Ot g platfitrli
deocnio'rat U !' :t l V :*' it dex.'HItit I ti
tlh Kaiia'- .' 1 .t"I\ l in f t ira : T
--mu trat- -.
Tteo mat m ,:n 'i:.->t for com 'n r tf a H-
hentu y the* ;M >onlon'i'i. l*.1\' i :,
,'. 'i, i i .' it i11:- ;. ii >. i;


Tihe' iHial Iti thi-;Gr.ouid.
Four id.' ,;,* r : iv -::i; i ,
44,uth we r, ( ;,'ur,-d by ;) ;. -r.; -it,-
]it'a s in i .*. T'.I y w i- N :;.

WVet \'!;-z ; < '.., ;l ,. w .,-

W 4e 11t :6-l t: o |h I '.Cl|-' It ('!il *'
:'l;tforil. t >l .' ,. fri o li.-iI lv t 'cia--s-d
A- doat'fi. i;. ti Ini:: N,-w Y.,,k
.tild Iitltin.i t t .;i, d iii the revpuhi:-
t ;L '.1) i "; So : t ; ai t'atilte. I tl-
;irI)le ;i i *t.,, ,1.1 1ii:g; t he dei.i,.cr;riti
party n;iti, r,- i-. How to r,-fioI
?ti-?'* dIrn ,' .i it -tat*f-. aindi to r' t1
th-e .AC.lt' il l t .e P d Iil nml -t,:t '-?
Can it tb- loie i1 <-at n pm a n ("on-
ducted along t !., -ame lines as the
campaign in wi'hl) they were l,.-t to
the party" If not, a new departure
as iudispenst'ble to succes-. li'e re-
moval of the caue of the democratic
failure four years ago should insure
asccees this. year.
As the largest democratic losses
occurred iu the t4outh in 1 *. so
pbould the recove-v of lost ground
be looked for chiefly in the Sooth in
Iak. The $touth will be the battle
groutid. If the states of the South
phtol-l send delegations to Kansas


control the situation, dominate the
c urse of the convention and become
directly responsible for the conse-
quences. ,
The rebuke adutini- erei by dem-
o:ratic voters in IS.'6 was by no
means directed against Mr. Bryar.
personally. It wa- only a- th'e expo-
nent of (bnoxious doctrines con-
tained in tlhe platform that he wa-
involved. Thousands even secepttd
the obnoxious doctrines rather than
se ver their relations with the party
and repudiate the party'! chosen
candidate. Even with t.ie aid of
these. failure enuued. They could
not be relied upon to repeat their ex-
perience. The battle was lost. not
because Mr. Bryan was the candi-
date, but in spite of that fact. With
a platform from which has been
eliminated the features that caused a
the disaster of 1M4, Mr. Bryan (
should poll a democratic vote un-
precedented in the hi-tory of the
country. hall the South. which t
will hold the balance of power in
the c, invention. again decree the de-
feat of its favorite candidate-per- 1
sonally far stronger than he was four


years ago-by insisting upon a repe-
tition of the blunder of 1S96. which
its delegates might have prevented
by the exercise of a little cool judg-
ment and quiet firmness-?
There are vital question=, and the
time fur their solution i- near at
hand. They cannot he avoided or
evaded. How will the South answer
the n ?


Glorious News
Comes from Dr. 1). B. ('r:;'. f.
Wa-hita. I. T. He writes: "r ',ar
bottles of Electric Bitter- !::- c.4red
Mr-. Brewer of scrofula. w ii: *i had
cau-ed her zrea; sutferin;e. for years.
Terrible sores would break out on
her head and face. and the best doe-
tors could give no help,; but her cure
i- complete and her health i- ex-e.l-
leit." This shows what th >u-a:ids
have proved,-that Electric Bitters
i- the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema,
tett-r, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running sores. It stimulates liver.
kidneys and bowels, expels poiso-.,-.
helps digestion builds up !,(,
-trength. Only &o cent-. Sold by
W. A. D'Alemberte. Druggi-t. (;u;ai'-
anteed.
LITTLE FOLKs' MINSTREL
One of the Beet Entertainments Ever
Presented Here
The Little Folks' Min.trel per-
formance at Clutter'.s Music hall la-st
night, under the efficient manage-
ment of Julius Menko, was one ,of
the be-t presentations by amat-ur
talent ever seen here. And. not-
withstanding other notable attracc-
tionp. including the Catholic fair
and the Chamber of Commerce ban-
quet. tnt ha!l was filled from sta.e
to back wall with as well ple-aed an
audience a- -ver met t**ge.:::er iin
P n z:.c I.-.
1"rP y,.u ,.-: :Ai i. c,-rtaiIy i '.;.n .a
erm:'t hit. arid it i- sincerely i:,ped
they ul.'ty he prevailed upon to re-
peat the performance a: th.e .p;erai
hou'e at an eariy date. o t!;: t:.h' ?
who failed to -ee th--n l..' :.-h
may witne-s their .'.oiderf':, wrk.
Critici-min f the i.cdivij.dial work
would te out of place. for every ,part:
was skillfn!ly aLdi c-.mpetently
hiand!cd.
Ole iof tho most :ryii.g f. -:ur.. -
was the orchet-str.al work and p;iay-
ing the many a'comui.pnim.e-::---.wo
solid ,ous of hard w,.*rk-b:lt
Mi-te- Fl-irence Heinil)rgand Lillie
Jac,,hy went th ough with it w.:th-
out tlinchini, and proved the:n-eiv.-'
tini-l.ed artists.
The young ladies who did the fa.:-
cy dancing were drilled and traii i,-
for their work by the Misse- M1a-
rean. who are recognized arti-ts inl
tlhin line.
In appreciation of the efforts ,if
t!,-ir talented manager. Mr. Julia-
M -iko, the young l.(dlis present i
tii'n with a h tid-oine gold watcii.
Ml.is- Florence Rosenau. ttie interlo, -
utr. n:aking the presentation adi-
itre s Mr. -M1enko re-ponded i::
44-l 1)u1 el1" iq nt lan. Z1 e'-.
I h. l ti l- F.,lk.' .Mlin-tr ,l w ;
l.iiz to r'p i-!n b-r ld by ::-. \v..
-tAw t.";ll lt-t : t.t


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A Iti' ift 't ma*" n:!! ,ognf afa Io i'-,lll.-i '
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;Evapo rated Applkr-, esc.Peaches and: d--- .,
Mer fruits. A mallCtlirilot ('' o ftlllhol- Je fine .
ciii Co'" C'hees. ?tr'iw-". ('-:irke r
i'a in etc.1: -centueby'4s isctit.ll in :k.
TheV Littl: iurzen Biscuit M'4tif:r'-
tory'ill Vnilla ckafrs running dayenn and
Anteros ernstantly incrlden asingeal Eorders
Nudein; Arcffeedia Packing Cave'.
evaporated ntlpples. Peaches and should -
er fruits A small lot of those fineOl-
i-es in 10-cent bottles is still in stock.
The "'Litt'e Giant" Coffee Roas:,r
is still on deck. running day and
night at tie rate of a mile a rnmnute.
to fill constantly increasing orders
for fine Coffees. Those who have
not recently visited Jacoby's should
not fail to go and inspect his hoinr-
mons stock of everything in the
l*arms j nf ki t'afI'Ol n ar* nA -^^ fanA ~ l*/


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Eruptions. "Like Father, Like Child." Man is the sum of his ancestors." Dyspepsia.
"An eruption allIif parents wish healthy children, let them see that they themselves have I had dv p
Sv e r m bod; pure, rich, strong blood. No taint of scrofula, no insidious malady, no sia in its worst
caused a burning lurking microbes or germs to be a curse t4posterity. Purify the blood. form and tried
sensation soIcould Hood' aSarsaparilla is the guardian of infants yet unborn. Buy it today. butaoun md ncr
not eep nights. lief n I tok
By taking H good's Hood's Sarsapa-
Sarsaparilla 11rills a~nd Hood's
warscoparletly,' Pills. To my great
was co pletely 'joy I founm relief
cured. "J EN jIEand acr m
STHOMPNONBox 36, D E
Tu' ro Box 3 now well and
(Oakpville. N.Y ,strong. MARY E
BYRD, Olney, Ill.


CATHOLIC FAIR.
Armory Hall a Ic'ne of Brilliancy
and Beauty.
The After-Lent Bazaar, under the
auspices of the ladies of St. Michael's
church, opened at armory hall last
night and was liberally patronized.
The hall 1@ beautifully decorated and
:he various booths and tables are
presided over by ladies who are de-
termined to make the event the
greatest success of the season. The
bazaar will continue all this week.
The opening address was delivered
ast night by Hon. C. B. Parkhill in
his usual eloquent and magnetic
style.
Those who failed to attend last
night should do so to-day. There is
no place in Pensacola where you can
)e more pleasantly entertained for
in hour or inmore than at the Catholic
bazaar. The fair is for a worthy
iause and should be liberally pat-
,onized.


The Appetite of a (oat.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won-
deriul Stomach and Liver Re-nedy.
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.

American Benevolent A s'ociatlon.


THE INDUSTRIAL CONVENTION.
The Gathering at Chattanooga Will
Be of Vast Importance to the South.
H'NTSVILLE, Ala., April 19.-The
Southern Industrial Convention
which meets in Chattanooga, May
15-18th. is daily assuming widerpro-
portions and increasing interest.
While intended purely for the edu-
cational, industrial and commercial
'interests of the South, many of the
subjects that will be discussed are
really national in interest, hence,
are attracting national attention.
When it is stated that the export
trade from the Southern States for
the past twelve months was over four
hundred millions of dollars, some-
thing over a third of that from the
country at large, it will not be sur-
prising that this feature alone is
worthy of receiving the attention
which national conint) racial institu-
tions are giving it. Thle United
State,; Export as-'ociationI has desig-
nated t!.e pre.idle:nt of that body.
Mr. Francis II Thurber, as a repre-
sentative to) this convention, and he
will deliver ni address on that oc-
casion, relating to the export trade
of the South!. 'I'Th Philadelphia
Cominpriciatl M.usteum, an in-titution
purely for thie benefit of the export
trade of the United States, wifl have
an exhibit at the convention. show-
ing what tiade can be reached by
the South and how that can best be


The charter members of Millview obtaitied. Thi!i.- exhibit alone is
Assembly No. 191. A. B. A.. met worth a r presentation from every
Monday night in Knigh's of Labor commercial body in the South, for
hall anrd elected the following: offl- it will show them how they can be-
eers: Benj. F. Hohbb. P. G. R.; come active factors in developing
Jese R. Dailey, G. R.; Fort O. Elli. the trade in their respective locali-
V. G. R.; Chas. Kupfrian, G.S v. 'c'e. .
Geo. L. Abbott. K .; fr J. Wilk- Another subject that is attracting
ins. G. Guard; Wm. H. Smith. G. national attention is the one of com-
C. This assembly was organized by pulsory arbitration, as a remedy for
J-se Hurdle and has a membership strikes, boycotts and all labor dis-
of thirty-six. itm being the third one turbances. If the ;outh is to pro-
r. thirt -i. i s tblin hed h tir o gress industrially, as its resources
Mr. Hurdle has established in t this justify, there must be industrial
county, all of which are in a flour- peace, and every interest in the
;shing condition. South is therefore involved more or
less, and should tis become the pol-
Circuit Court. icy of the South it would give this
The caie of Higdon Bros. vs. Firat section so manifest an advantage
National Bank was on trial during that it is of vital interest to all em-
,his morning in the circuit court. players of labor throughout the
The plaintiffs are represented by North. The subject will be dis-
Mfesrs. Wm. Fisher and Cheever L. cussed by Gen. T. J. Wilder of Knox-
Shine. and the defendant corrpora- ville. Tenn.. who has been one of the
*ion by Messrs. Blount & Blount. largest employers of labor in the
The case of Pou & Robinson vs. South and is a man of wide practical
Southern Bell T. & T. Co., action for knowledge on this subhi-ct. He will
damages, is the next on the calen- be followed by Mij. ('.C. Grodfrey, a
,lar. l1irge operator i:n iiiaiag interests.
and John H. Faxon, a banker of
Dance Tuesday Night. Chattanooga. This subject will be
A dance will be eiven at Maox::lia pre.-ented by these gentlemen on
Bluff next Tuesday night. The trait grounds of absolute fairns-s to both
will leave at S o'clock and return at capital and labor, but with a recog-
mnidnizht. Tickets 25 cents, inclnd- nitioln of the rights of the public,
inr tran-pirtation. :.,.;t which aremore or less infringed in
v r r_ *-every strike, andi to protect these
HONOR ROLL publicc righlis. no lss obligatory on
14r'ianized cityey to) care f r. iltuin
Of School Nio. 44) for Mar'-h. are the grievane s, real or ininrin..-
ry. of organiized labor to theiror tn-ii-
Georzia Boyer. E:hel Br,,toii!itn. ization,. It will be insisted that I
:.rinnie Bver-. Allie BrigL'-. ()ilie -trikes should be made imiposQible in
i-:verett. Flovd Fulton. ( Chri-t ile t]('. S,uthi. There are nttnyi other
A,,irri-sop. H.-rman Peter-en. AlIhert mattr-. o)f .special interest to the
(.(iun. I)e-lie Shack-elford. Alfred south and the attendance promise.,
'.icke. A. K. Si T:R. t,,, large and thoroughly represen-
rinlcip. tl. native.


Hannah Bros'. are a'e-ntts for i)e-
\V\-es' Con'ih Cure. Diarrhiowa 1iiim
, dy and Witch Hazel S:ilve. They.
2Alara.ntee all three of the-e prrep:ra-
'i,'5 and will cheerfully r e'uxxn the
* i.n!>y- to) any oiie wh' u-1 tI eri
n.vitho'ut being l-nefit, il. Price 2=
CeIits each.


Thie (io:on TraourIle.
('R ITOn LA.NIN,. April l..--h'r-
.:T M.ill.'y. e-orted by tri',o- ..f (.,v-
.ir-. h.a -,-nit for t!he It.lt :: 't i -
-'ti'nt and will arr,- t 'rt f
T-rik tf-r i l i.,i:i l i 'I h:
-!rik-r- l:tvr tu nr ,.li, th. t .-i lo-aidt r. : dIul-:d !;e we:t
S .'-r to lil- (* ii;'; -'t,: ;: ;,i fil '- -
.- I.d infort);itl i,,i W i l \- i i:i i ., .
*- '. rif t ., t* w ,r,':,, t-..
I I i A il I i ,f i ,i 1 :
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S i !ii .t it.r f,-r, it d i-'i :
h ei r-ir i t t a c. :inui'. 1;. c.- i -
,\r bi .-i x;..". .--. <' to t]i- .\1|., :'-
i: .\n:'.a--:ilr -it th- ki:;!ln -

:' i xA!1 1 ,' iilxili' ii ,| "- 1- .. .- -


BIISS IS THill MAN.
('.:if. I. Blii- i, thpe man who ad-,
vent;-r-, Pn-i ,col:. He does it right
and d-s("rv- Myour -1uport.
l'or F ly T' iio.
M .---. J. E. 1.R-, (',,.. No. 11 N.
Palafox -trectI. ivae l(-prf-rcted atr-
ran'_-'nienit- for the timaniufacture ,of
the best window -crein ever placed
upin thi- tarket. rhey claim for
it thie fs llowi'ni l,,-ir;ilole foeaturo -s:
It '.iii -" r l-ivivtd al ;i' i '-tour-d
:lW :ty l it t !:- '|l ,f !;,' i y s o. i :
w ithl;,, t th,. u ,e (,f t1, 1-t ; tl; 6 Iiin d
;: i ln if to ," \w t i, ,w c:'ii its- : ] y
li tin ti n 1ii 1 nlnix tWi -it sein 'i1-
,. rf, '. c. t' l l < fI, ,1c, t ,. t I11;
I; 1- i-l: ; :*'l II; r'1li- l lit"l' In ", | ,! [.,t
w' i ',- ;_ -- 'i I ."' I. W it! 1: ; ti
*, i t 1 IV,' .',1 1 41,1 1 1 "1 T .; I 1;1!,


S25 cent will pay for :! ....
' edition of the Jacksovi!:.- ... .:
lih. ao larzre S or 12 page ; ,.
now until Nov. 10th, by r
and $2." will p:ay t.'
Ja.cksonville Metropo: .
I until Nov. loth. for ca-*
only. 'The ohj'-ct of t
lelled otTer i? to roiv- t
1 lorida a chance t., k.-.
the news of the c'.::
campaign at extrem"Ie'yv
also to make the-in b t: t
with the lead inm fre.-
Bryan newspap-r in: ..
I cartoons are alone w-:1
money.


bitiaiii Jiobnsoit &9 Seo.


IISTYLS


U IT


OPN[I


SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND MONDAY

$3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks .. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00.



FANCY PARASOLS.'.*

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



Boys' Washalble Suil6.

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

Boys' White and Colored t

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



Gents' Summer Clothing.

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

'Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.X0 to $7.50.


*-Special Prices on Patterns. *


ltUillian ollbon & $ol.


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and rI),'ay

4 --Repairing Attended to Promptly.


o EAST (GARDEN ST.


CAHN


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p ENSA 4 I


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o111i-MINT TONIC
" 1- m,;Iinl- f i n i' i II('r- ,-i -,* v r J J \ \ t
SWit th-1 pow -ir wash ait(IeiJ to tImr l;.z sprinJ Liy- too drivc- :w xth t
'I rki-hi vernr:iyeisterday, blut tird f i Mt
TIurko- im aiita'in- uch' a ti.rn tt i-
tide that the su-piion is grown, ,.-. this It iznvi-orateo- and puri-
to it somie current inmtrirue is frus- fie< the blood. It cour.- the worst
rating the effect of the note. cases of indize-tion. It cures per-
New Jerse) Hepuhb:Ian. inanently all stoinia'h troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
TRFcNT N. N. J.. April 19 --The re- strong; and it ives one who is all
publican -tate convention opened strong; and ite w
here to-day, for the purpose of se- run down a new lease on life and a
Itcting delegates to the national healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
c.,nventi)on. Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
--- people in Pensacola. everyone of
Cotton quotations. whom heartily recommends it aA the
NEW YORK. April 19.-Co)ttn is .best tonic they ever used. It doe-s
q toted to-day as follows: May, more than we claim fo)r it. One dol-
9.47; July, 9.45; August. 9.27. lar per bottle. six bottles for flvedol-
l* 1rQ o T- it- TP i1 mardeo in Pensea-


"BUY THE BEST."

^2IT'S ECONOMY!


Our REFRIGERATORS are (uara,toj ti,, K.,
Sand take a lower temperature thain any other on the irark-
They have anr Abolute DRY AIR PROVISION CHA.M
Warranted Absolutely oldorle-s.

5 .Our Ice Cream Freezers !-',
WAIRIANTED TO FREEZE IN : MINITE-

AW Prices no Higher than for Inferior makes. Come A.
plain them to you.

<^R- W~s ~ iiy


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900. 5


it. which iQ entirely right. The ex-
ample of Escambia is a good one to
follow.
The Old Maid's convention at the
opera house to-nizht should be wit-
nessed by ever body. Tickets are
now on sale at Coe'--50 cents for
general adrmi.sion. $1 for reserved


r-ra, :- .". seats. The proceed- will be for the
*,...* ** benefit of Christ Church Guild.
\ "ly ..f I.thauhn. Ala.. is a Among the contemplated improve-
, :...- M.Tircha-. ;ments to be inaugurated at he Pen-
sacola navy yard under the efficient I
i'. :. .,d a out :if.r a -*":e administration of Commandant W.
:a*larial fvAt-r. W. R1iinger. will be a new steel
i ridp of Fort Pickenc wag I wharf, the approach if which will be '
.e F-cambia la-t 1i6h:. It1 by 1:91 feet and the tee 2U by 1;3;6


u-ae Brown will open her I .
I.h* next Tue-ilay night. M. A. Quina mft with a painful;


tend- hearty congratutii:i ti,-.


e HALLIDAY & Co.


SA enindewfe Ir alepar me nt!


HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK OF


accident yesterday while superin-1
F. FlaAler of Montgom- tending the work of loading a vessel ff
.'.d hl-re ye-terdly after- in the bay. A piece of timber fell
and knocked him senseless. He was
.. tffioer Barter i- the happy brought ashore. carri-d home and
,oUnciug boy, bora last was attended by his family physi-
cian, Dr. F. G. kenshaw.
S\. W. Rei-itizr of the navy N. Goldring has bought th9 bank-
S.i-t- re-d at the E;cambia la-t rnpt stock of Eddie (Toldtuker. and. l
beginning next Saturday, wili -ell of Eddie Goldstud
the entire stock, including fixture.
71,,-. Porter of Grand Ride regardless of cost for cash. This is
t .,,r la-lt night on t.e 11 a rare opportunity to get bargain., bankrupt I
k train. Mr. Goldring has an advertisement abrup I w
.- ld Mra. J,,hn Neli ,sn of of the sale in this issue. Read it.
-,:. Ml-.were guest at the The American schooner "Davy every
,t- y.-yterday. Crockett," owned at this port, ar-
W- Fl-nn of Loui-ville arrived rived at Coatzacoalcos, Mexico. on;
..-to-rdNV aftet ,o,,ii and is a the 16th inat. with a cargo of lumber.
-t -,..-rcaa anbi a After discharging lumber she will
Sload a part cargo of high grade M"x- F.a i.
:,..w tu Ech i,,auled nt on ic(tii (Cordova)coffee, for the coffee
iin- way- tihi- mnoriniiz for roasting establishment of Janms IM-
t : itd overlauilitg. Hugh. Pensacola. It is up-to-date-
S,.,. lruce and wif of Broo,,,k- miethods and facilities that ij build-
N V., arrived here lat night in ,up Pen-acola. a.:d incidentally
:.,-r- at th- iE-cambia. i the coffee roastirig and blending bus-
which thd- of Mr. McHugh. -0f. C
i-. u i fr thrtvda was th. Johnt J. Ketchum of thi- city. w ,F Ct
t.- up fr tcord y. thwis morning has for some tiue held an import. iut
-,ur: r,.cord this tin ,rnin g. .pk.,Iti41 i
S poition with the C u1iinI1..h.ani |
" Ht-nry Whtite hIeld the lucky Hardware Co.. of Mibile. ha- wo, d
.r in tl,- drawaitiz for the dit- and won on, of Mobil -'i fair datnih-
l ,i, rattll.d by %Mr. Jim aI.vn-i- t,-rs-Mie Nellve' Ta.ylr. datter Fixtures Sh lvin
i--ian R hakenti. Ama Ma- yards have been i-uetd announcing
,ai k-b nth. A ma Ma- tVat the w#-ddiiqz will take plact- at
: 'rela--.d. ti1e Cathedral f "naculateen- Etc., will alsc
*, v ',a,! came nvo.r to the city t,,i eliti,,n at 6 o'clock. Tuesday. AprilEl
1. :'l. A r-c-ption will be- held at the,
I t'.i Embry of Cincinnati.Ohio. i r--;idence, 52 South Hamilton -tr et.
TJ T. G ibson of ('hattatiou, :g.. from s to 1 p. in. TH'r N:\\ (ex-


* ni.. are among the guests at tote
S-cambia.
Te, -mack' A. J. Chapman and
.iith L. Conley arrived thi- morn-
g from the snapper-r banks with
i .uI snappers.
Mrs. A. A. Strom and the two,
,.w-see tStrom of (Chiwacgo arrived iln
: city last night and registered at
-- Escatbia.


Reir ember the dance at Magn,,lia I
;luff next Tue-day night: 25 cent-I
; ap railroad fare and give- you the


7iviieve i auc Weather Conditions.
Mrs. May .. Banks. the artit.t ha- barotr derion
;r dOie lThe barometer (deeression ob-
;reented on f hr painting. ,Western Texayesterday
(hri-t Wearing the- Crown ot ta dveloped into a disturbance
iorns. to the Catholic Bazaar. it hat is central this morning sou'h of
The Seventh Pas-aover will be ccl- Galveston. It will move rapidly
Sbrate.d at Teimple Beth-El where eastward. cauc-ini. rain and brisk toi
public o.ervice- will be held this high easterly winds on tne east GJulf
*vnaliug at 7::34 ('cloek, and on Fri- coast.
cay morning at 10 o'clock. Another low area has appeared in
e i. and Mr. Hus-ll A. Alg th, Northwest., and under these]
en.j and Mrs. Ru. ell A. Alger. c,,inditioln. a continuation of unset-
hand daughter. Mr-,. Sheldon,. ai tied iand rain weather is indicated
C'-. W'. ). Nfainll arni ved on a '-ci.' for this vicinity to-night and Fr4day.
at in la-t n tIr-NiL. They ar uli-t- J;tcksotville hail a rainfall of 4.7S
f M r. anid Mr-. .Martin H. ulli.. i ih during rin the past 24 hours; Au-
l erryv ('.I.tr,: ,. v,,elor,.d -u-pic- nu-ta, 2 42. and Macei ".T7' inC'he'.
.. .:ara.'>ter. wa,; arr'-t -1 l.;-t I. -,- r aIononll's '- 'curr-d illn t1.fr
: I:tut hy 'Captain 1)4iw. l1- w.-' p-o, 'ttions of the <;iilf -tat--., atnd in
Stltd ia-le,-'i in au outl.,ui-, in Mr. thet Atlantic -tate- and L.ake regillin.
* .rc)h-,em 'z '- yardi In tl p ; '-, Bri-k to Iizrh i.-as-t-rly wind- will
, rt t! i m ornin, I.*, w .t- .1t "i;, ''r .vntl atn ttht (-ii, (*,:-t
S: tir;y y-. M. J. W I't1 HT. JR.
S .- .. ... Lerv-r.


a.t 4 kI tof IthIeIh" ld -I ."r t.
twicit-fitcif thitir 1,ii.:tr frimni.
:.I too-foirothe.- 1wairiza .liti.-tl
*kv 'itrchai-'r wa- Xl!. .1 oim.
A. ;Ii.:I d t w ;):I Ci'i*


1'!-
w t-


.awipai 1Heraldi: 1 lie l'-cainthil:a

-I '' %!, vf.t o 11 f.j urI a,-.x' -r'

,'r uirl-.tnami f ,rr eonmure-z. T!,
w III'. and Thor. I rut1izit.)t nIav *


THE


S A -iA -'ip l nid t-c+tit,. of ]-'.-
camibia mldu, .tF. & A. ..
G will te h-ld T:mir-day.
eve-nini .. April 1]i. at s
,'c!u'k. W\i.rk iI. E A. de-
gpree. All vi-itirz ior#thrin
are invited teo attend.
} ,'rd. \V. M ..
IL. C. 11:NNF: I T.
-cr -ta ry.


SHAKE IT INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'- Foot-IEa'e, a powder. It cur-.,
painful. %marting. swollen i. f tet and Ingrow-
ing nalls, and instantly take-- the sting out i
or corns and bunions. It s the greate'.t
,onifort diecov.ry of the age. Allen'- 'Foo.t-
-.a-e Inake- tight or iiew- -hots fee l ei s
1!i a certain cur- for sweating. callous a
and li t. tire-d. aciclirg fe-t. Try it t. do,;.
.-ld by all druggi-tv. and bljho stort-es/ bv
mnaiiil for '.*e in ita iip.. Trial packa r*-
1h FE'. Addrr--. Allt-i. I. 'i tetd. l. Itov.


keURNISHI adjudged
ker, adjudged


ill close out


article


of


Cost


Con-isting of Nig:htrohea. skirts, Corset Covere and Drawers, made
in Camhric. Long Cloth and Einglish Nainsook, Trimmed in Point de
Paris. Torchon, Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. Th-e Inderwear
reprF-ent,-d are Full Well Made Oarments of the Be-t Standard Makes,
and Wt invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Special c-le of Silkalisle Ve-ts. value 35e at............................25
Extra Bargain in V ests at................................................ loc
The above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
cated thi- season.
Ladies' Knit Li-le Drawers, knee length. for sumnmur wear.
Hosiery.
It i, to your interest to know that we have the be-, wearing Hosiery
in the city. We are offering two exceptional values in Ladie-' and Chil-
dren's Hose at 25 and 35ec pair. A trial will convince you of this fact.
Small Wares.
Attention is called to our increased assortment of Small|Wares.
Aside from our regular stock we have added numerous other Newer
Brands of Modern Style Makes. .uch as Hook-on Hose Suppoters, which
reduce the abdomen and produce an ideal form. Clinton I-afety Pins,
Miles' Safety Pins and Stewart's Duplex Safety Pins in all sizes. Pulley
Belts ot all description., the New Batt Tie, Hat Pins, Finger Purses,. Etc.
RTe Followini Bargains for the Cominzg Y11
All our Oxford Cloths and Scotch Ginghams that were :;e........now 23c
All our Frere Koechlin French Figured Organdies that were -,ild
at 45 a nd .- e................................................... now ;VW
Silkali-le Vests, low nt ck. ri, et v,-. fornm-r r,:ice :i-c............now 25c
Extra Value Vestt-. low neck. nii -leeve-- ............................ Itc
Extra Values in Ladi -' and Cl.ihidren'i lio-iery at... .............25- & 3,5c
%.. -t: t h.Ve fair n--'irtnr-t of ila-t "-. 'rn' -tanley
S ney H l t ;Ii r! I -t-. %.t-:- ithvtt l, from i ::. to : 7-.. in ibrokeii
sZes to clo-"" ul; at: .ily 7.\- -:trt coi *e1 -arlyv I f ,i' l:i.. I.-',t %al,.l-s are cl'-,-d ot t.


R. HALLIIAY & CO.,
.:; and 35. Palafox Street.


9terestlirq Fiqures.


ASH! ~-


:, Show Cases,


Telephone 1 1.


Sbe Sold,


BEGINNING


April


00


Some


Capital of the Four Great Banks of the World.


Bank of England, .
Bank of France, .


. . $86,047,9365


. 0 0


36,500,000
28,560,000
25,714,920
$176,822,85566


Total,


* *


FUIDS HELD BY TIE MUTUAL L'FE IIUURAPIIM P A1 8l
FIR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31.1199, ; o
O EI5 10I tdQO nft't ra *k1 th Aminend


Sfo~l clri ag capital of these famous banks.
The ne'w fornm of I'.o;i.v

A NOTED MACHINE. Fine furniture in summer
Tr/ .Nsi ,i,/ .MrI, /11,n ./,fi d( o0. M. styles, including Wicker
r',ry,.i's 'i1i F,'irnift,,r' 1',,ii. / rockers, at very reasonable
,,/ tl.roho1o,,t, f ,,hirI .dfor it. ,.r- prices. Their stock is com-
,, ,of iejrko f i: 1 1, /;I.qh fh I lslt i l h.lh 'ic
S, o/:, ., i t, ,. ,,,,, (h,,, plete. Don't bay anything
... .,, ,i ni.;I hii h,t it tu/i:.. in furniture until you have
..I,,,, 11,,it f.to r T he ,, 'o,,,, to seei AMarston Finch's
. / !l / i,,. u tie f/f th i,ii iri ll stock.


(fIwe sm (/ 1"~S pl o d' ( ii, l l,(it aI1-f1-.i'u Iowi
111 *. .( f1"If/ n ir. ilq,-Iq,-fo'1(( 1, lc.0/. i o '1

J 1 f 11',i-f ,t i ( -bI fy 0 )-I I/-./ h I,,f


lae Kd Ys or C3 1T A x B


FORBES


Sale of 5trauw


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50c


STORE


j-ats a9d skirts.


'KK y t From'


'ul...-
ijarke ~


. . .


CEILLREN.S SAILORS FROM
25c TOJ $1,50.


Duc k -SKIRTS.*
Duck Skirts in White, Black and Colors from
65c to $ 100
Linen and Crash Skirts from .... 75c to $2.00
White Pique Skirts from ..... $1.50 to $6.00
The Botter Ones Trimmed wit i Bai I and Inserting,. n n all
_____ made up ii the Newest Styles ....
3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This is a R-egular 7c Value.


Pepsin Peppermint Wafer! aid di-
zestiou. Aik your dealer for them.
HARPER Whi-k#ey is liquid mu-
sic, bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, re-
freshing and deliciou-.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


S IEALEI PROPOSALS EN-
DOU )SED) Proipo-al fu,r Steel-
Wharf," will he rer'eiV~d tat the Itta-
-reatit of Yard- and D)ocks, Navv' De-
Pleiitinftlti, X ''hi~ro, IIr.tIl III(
it'litte'k May t12. 115 nu. a:i d the unamiad
thi''ru' pt'rHicl'.' -'-y to cfptn-trulcI
l:;il f'et.am~d :i te-,' afimit 24, by 1:)i;
f-u-t. at the.' -:N-v Ya~rd,. P(mi-:ierli.
I I p" :.i 11,'i'ficat iIII-. and

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CifiNEtE LAUNDRY.


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l.at. t ;im r.,'-**d .Maclinry.
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MISS R. NEWELL,


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IIn-utraiice ('Cotpany of


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W. C(. CIIIPLEY, AGENT,
P GNSACOIA. FLA.

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No. 10 North Baylen Street. --Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--@


KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
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AN ENTIRELY FRESH AND NEW 8sT)( K 0" FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND .-PPtCIAlIIES.


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900


POWER.
3m, ye -M the locomotive as be truaggle up
the lopw.
Ilt1g, blowing. harieking onward, like a trar-
efr wpurrd b% tu ip.
Onward, upward, ever preeang. like a being with
a @,u;?
But the power that ; ropeil her L. a shovciful of
coal.
Till, at laW', t.h's rear btd the summit, then
ad,-wn the b.ll.d fl the.
Whew another mwLLtyv mountain starts its jour-
mey to the skie"..
Now no f ,rt, swiftly do'wnard, gently o'er
each raw'y kr.. !..
Still she n.w and tienD is ca::ing fur a shovelful
of coal.
So ta life we upward j-urney, up life's trouble-
To the Met we are seeking. earnest'.y our feet
are bent.
But the journey w.uld be lighter. sooner we
would recih the goal.
I4, fiercely onward prtming, we wouiJ shovel in
the coal.
Tree, nmoe early trurtle upward til they reach
the in' Untl'in tlrlzht.
Then p.rhai ih- ad ly waiting wh-re the jnurnmry
Till arB ;n tio r a.,h tI.e L.,t'.r lut !'-e f, allow
on the r. :-
Of the ,ai *' .% t'he tf,: w 'A :' k" ; I sh.jve;ing
tL4e .,,
-4 .a'a H. rI-Heraid.

*O0O*OO*O*C**o c4o0#O0O0O0
o o0

o AuntRose's Seret
o 0o
S When It CameOut, It Had Proved of*
S OGreAt Benefit to Ohlerw.
o 0

MI. I l Iv:il!.y r<.-., furious. his .'ye-
browri (cotItri "I tell y(ou this :r::irr;iae shall not
take pl'a,'-"'" he saidil.
"Andi I swouar it s;aill:'" crlil Andre,
with only a shacid less of determ.ina-
tlon in his fat'- and vx-,e<.
1Ltt the old i aiin l ini no attention to
his son's words and continued:
"It Is the tu;fwt otrt-peous thing I
ever beard of: A boy whose education
has been what yours bas. upon whom
no expense has been spared. who for
20 years has been my constant thought,
to be so utterly lacking in every feel-
Itn of gratitude! Just at the very mo-
ment wtwh I have made plans for your
future you announce to me that you In-
tend to marry the girl of your choice!
And what a choice! A girl without a
peny."'
"'But you do not believe money to be
the only consideration In marriage, do
.yoen said Andre, striving to be calm.
"It seems to me that happiness enters
In somewhere. and If I can be happy
with no one but Not aiie--
M. I elvalley burst into a loud. exas-
perating laugh.
"That is too good! Ile can be happy
with no one but his Noeiuie. a person
of wbt-w exi Teneql he was ignorant
mont itwfort la-st."
"Rot. father"--
"'Enough "'
The toun In i lich this word was pro-
nounel cnr:vin(eed Andr- that his fa-
ther's d('-i,-ii %% was i:il'.Xil!'-. liet was
<' custOc*icx-t to I,,w l to the will of a
despotic f;ith,-r. Just as li- hall seen bis
iinother )yi'.!ht un:t:l 1,er death. In his
childlhcodl :iriand his mother had been
companions<. aii olIf tin rther they
load talent t .-ir 'tieasl to t!i-' fury oif a
dloine'tic o'e.'irre'ti'e-'; not thalit Mt. Ie'l-
valhly was a -ad n.:inn. IHe' w'as quickk
temnrl wr,*1. Iiit usually re'lw'ited his out-
lhursts antd -i,-il to it:a.'i aiindiils w hent
lie saw th **.'i -'t of lhis ti:rl vo:-rd-.
Refor' hlie vN ;I', \, ry ol that the fa' .ly life of his uintlthr and
f'.tlwh r was :', t a:1 1 1iip1 y ,ione. thoulih lie
t. 1i not ki!,. v toI what to attrilbtite the
a te of ua::: -. Siri'c. his lotlu'r'g
<:;e'atlh Ie I :: l si-itply gi\'ti in to his fa-
ther ;e-;n K :". y <,'!'stiotil of disaa're'<'-
In'iit hail m .: ., Ltw, 4n thoeni. and un-
til now the," I ad lived comnfortalbly to-
gether.
The nm'xt ,- 'y A!r- r turined-i to the
charge.
"I b1.:t '. if you ktnw what an un-
happy night I passidl. fathr'-
"'EDouih. I s:ly'" i!i ed the old l mann.
Dot allowl:tin .im to co'n;iplete his sen-
tence(. "'1 tell you I will :wver give my
contnt to tl.' n arriage: A girl with-
out a lr ntry;:"
I Iwtiul tri. t ask for your consent at
all If she had Kot refused to marry me
without it:" exclaimed Andre hotly.
"Oh, you would not!" M. Delvalley
laughed. "And. pray. where would you
live and what would you do to support
your wife?"
"I could find something," replied the
woung man In a tone which made his


father say more gently than be had yet
,poken:
"I am convirced that this girl and
her relations are after your fortune.
Young et them at a summer hotel.
They found jt who you were and
thought you would le a good 'catch'
and have procet'ded to catch you."
"If you would only listen to me. fa-
ther. I could convince you of Nocmie's
sincerity."
Without repl3ying to lii son 1'. Pel-
vall-y went orn: "As you can't take
care (.f yourself. I flitlt take care of
you. \VlW're. do tlie-se Ieutraunds li'e?"
"At L:7 lle. Nolht "'
"'tue.' No.llet: .A cot after yourout ni'oni' I >Il\ :il!v
Pains in the Ith-xk.
A. B. Farri gton. ('onstaniit. N.
., c.., t ": %a, troubled --vi rAl
vears with kiiney dis-ease aid -utt-
fered sever p ***''- it) tie- b-ick. I
Used "etl..v's' K ii, .i ('t t-i-: :*i'd
Ot1ne b'title' cIre'-d *ie I ret',-inmend
it to my frie'd-.'" It has smivun ;pr-
tect ,-ati-tacnton. 'T',ke no .. ub-ti-
tute. W. A. D Alemberte.
At C. V'. Thonspa on'i.
Crmne's Ladies' Note Paper. and
E ve.I-ope- to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelope-.
H urd's Paic'h'iient.
ltiviTationi Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tab!lets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
Paper; Denni-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a areneral assortment of stationery.


sa d as he left his sob. He returned in
a few moments, a paper In his hand,
which he read in a loud voice:
"M-ne. Durand. 27 Rue Noll.t:
"I formally refuse my on--nt to the marriage
of my aon Andre and your daughter and Inform
Vinu that if the event takes place I shall sbho-
u'ely disinherit ny sen. DELVALLIT."
Hle rang the bell. and a servant ap-
I',a reld.
Seind this telegram at oncee" he said.
Andre made a move to f,,llow the serv-
ant from the room. but after a glance
*t hbs father lie restrained himself. The
,hi mani waited until the servant had
had tix:!e to leave the house and then
reti-retd to his study, leaving Andre
alone.
T!,e unhappy young man sat think-
!p",; of his misery for some time. The
words of Noemie spoken the night be-
fore ca:ne back to himt. She had been
so full of confidence, while .he was
doubtful enough of his father's ap-
pm ;*. .l.

e;'l;l l.i lh W !.11l ln< h 1.t,," it- l.'l:,

"'L.. ,t if he ri :. <-"' A. 'lr,. lad us:i-




S;;:., ;t: inierit-:s ',Xe Lii,t re4uaiuieild fi ai.
"'1'.. T N,,.enll,'" h,- tn o ln l::;t. "'ioV>
l\vl2! -,, t-*-'el w .'et ; '-:e r-:,;,s the tele-
n.i-;iii'. A'inl Ier .\Au::t Iho -c. w I,< c'ii-
:' r', I .he t:;.irr;ia.- already tnmal-.
S'Le U-'- e t, tlls \I hit-n w\\ e 'r:lr'-Id to0
t. ;1 f::lh, t'I .t \x l; a 'no caullse tto wA r-,'-
ry. t!..t i'\t:-'vlliiit:l \i,: it ( le 41 1lt as
\v .- i'a ntel it. L:at i,, lnd l ia Imi, ie
',ari 'lic' sh e cs'oui'ib :iaps!ly. if lie-'s-
s.;-vy. at the la:it iiiriute.anil that charm
at sI-ret. \\lit will she say now?
W\Vy rnt oi aind lind out inl give htier
It li'a' to try itW" Andre sprang up.
se;7.,'l his liat adtil Iln frc ti the house.
"WVell." said .Noeiie. whatt n s?"
She had not ye't retail! tile tele-


! ;rie ,'il lie' ciot r '.) ,' 'p'y tbA:t wheli It
was ill e m!'! Il nuil lie trit' he f. i::il it iitmos'iblle. Hifs family v
-eare-.,-il the country aromnlt( for L in.
anild it \%%:s not until the snow halid melt
ed flnd ilgone andl s<(.:'e one happe'nedI
to 1 into th1'e cy-clone ellar th:it hei
was found there."- New York Ti ibuue.


Appearane...
"Apnearanue.s.." remarked the sane of
Hawvi'ille. "ir never as. deivin as
wh'-n you g.t to ta.'.lkin to one of these
classic blrowved. st;:te.-m-i;inlike. look-in
fellers atin !iI'ver ti a:t ltx's a chuckle-
head."- Indi a al!s Sun.


"The very woir-t." said Andre. "HIe A4tr LaGrippe-What'
refuses and threatens tm. disinherit me. X'uallv a racking cough and a
But. denarst. you will marry me alny- general fslintrofw-akness. FoL rY's
v.ay. I can find something to do. and H-o.NY ANID TAR i ticunranteed to
we will at least have each other." cur ttie trippede couugh" and make
Noemle was very much in love. and you strong and well. W. A. D'Al-
her good resolutions l Iwan to waver eniberte-.
lefore the strength of her lover's de- C i 0A JTO 1 A..
stre. They were talking despondently lwtheM Th l IM Yml mt lli gBgt
when the door opened, and a pretty, Sipatue. ff
S "'ltear me. how unhappy you look!"
she qai i-. "What Is the matter?"
"'M. ielv'ally has refused his con-
sent." siidit No mle.
"In!,-! Well. it woukl be funny If Brittle aurpass all other make--
it \; .r<'c no s( ."0;1..- peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
"Aii'. t I' ,.,. how can you!'n murmur- nut.

"It is r.ither serious. maldaime." said
An14re. -lie lihas etit a tclegram. but TbOS. UatSO i CO.,
It lms not comet* yet'." 1'?'
utm still Aunt Iitse knile,-. ITIAT ESTATE
S":ty here until 1 conwl' Ioaek. Andre!
I Ani gii- to ty my little fairy charm Rental and Insurance
as n l.-it resort."
All hftern *on te' two yoVuin, p-eple AGEINTS,
s:tt dsco.,,ol:itely together. watittng for Corner Garden and Palafox Streets.
t.:m' tcl'.-rntin and feor A.nt Isose. What
!.:i.l I'e-owie' of his f:athwr's dilsp.t-i h? PENSACOLA, FLA.


A.\'K!re 'emld not imtr.LI::we. At last. lo'ng
aifTr t.he thne it s!ioull have coimie. tie ,
m:,il entered with the formidable en-
vel,-'w. Noemile took it mnd was about
to o iqwn it whien Andre s:;Jd:
"To'-r it up without re-ading It. We
:.T:,.-- what it says."
-'I ant t,> s-e how it looks," replied
.: <-lnliie.
.1, sw ri:ad a v,-a'\ of color swept .
t "A'.dre," s'.' !w ried. theree is omee
I;tl t;il : Is.: t. n Ito t!'is:
' 1;;. t: -" hon.ir t > a k t'.* T.ar-l of .
S "r,:-. lt I.'. .l f.r **. % or ire. I i;. c: ,l; .A t
y ".7 t %tin':,t.> 1, s;p fu!.,
"I' e V'V LLEY."'
".Is it p 's.--ile t! .:t Aunt l'tse lhis
-: ,' .*-'c ~,:1"' cric- Anti. e,. be -ioe him-
. it \,-i joy.
'it ii .:.-t Iw. t .it. :l't w that tilans
! o';! i,, en;:;',!oy- whaiit Is her secret'." '
It :n 1 I,:-;: I ;!ic l .fot e, tlicy f oulnd,
.. :i. ;!:; '- t! .A- in i're overil':n l a con
e'.'-:It' i1 i.i ui:nit for h s ea.rs.
"' wa.s I'.ht., was I n.t. tq L ke'p niy
f;i.'; in .1 y% ,: g1 ol hlia;'t nnd to int.r-
"*p: l;* :t I -1t (diat1i'h I-fore I wIent
teo s''v yo1'!" n'ekecl Autnt lot*et in a
', 'ce thiit A.::ile lid never hietIard Ivet
trnaL ,e so .!i and ttendler in tote.
"Ahi. It ,s'." reslmonded M. Iel\-allehy
:ni a vo ite sir':ia er st!ll to the listener,.
')W o('viuld I know that the girl of An.-
dre's c'oic-'e was your niece? To think
tihat I was about to seprnte tihr- a a
y,,1ur father sepiar;ctd us. Iwvause I
v.s th'u IelO,; lha ta tl'ey woiil thuve
-t't.:-e4i all tl:.it I suffered in giving;
o'u ; I)p ;l til In thilinlg of you all
tl.e.-e yveir-' And now that we art -
::l.tiel at l: ist yitu will n.it I''fu.se"-
i'ut sui!che'aly Ainilr' realized that he
:v.i. listetiiie aud crept stift!y a%\ay.-
S 'ii :igo .\ .- s.


WE TAKE ALL WORRY
off your ehoulderq. and
manage the renting of your hou-4ev, th' col-
It-ting of repits, payment of taxes, inqur-
anceand repRirq. and Pverytbing in coil-
nection with the proper care* your houses
or property. as conDclintiouily a. you
would yours*If. We keep down expen*r-
tnd -see that the house are kept lu good
condition for which ourcharge8 are reason-
at>e;. .we are HtiKAl(tAKTERH FRH
HENTERP, ,and append a list of a few de-
sirbblp dl t-llings:
t. W. Cor. Iteus and LatRua street, io
rooms. $.0)
8. W. Cur. Reus arid Belmont streets. 7
roo n s ................. .. ... .... .0i
No. Ka-t l th street. 5 rooms :l;.)
No. wVeit Government street, 5
roo on .. ... ..... .. ... ..... I- **
No. --East Chureb street, 5 rooms. l:lj.
No. :ikd North De'illiors streer,5rooms IO.tv '
No. 7 North Suring street. 5 rooms, 4.101
No. 311 West Lat us street. 4 rooms, .9n
NearGouldin F .la.,e room .... .... 1).)
West Itnierarity *tre t. rooms ....... ... 110
No. 4-'2 North liavi si'e-t. 4 rooms ... .i
L4. W. Cor. Garden and DeViiliers tl*..
3 room s ........... ......... .... 7.-.

AN ORDINANCE
To be Entitled an Ordinance Relatilng
to the Erection and Repair of C'e.-
tain Buildingsewithin the Fire Inim-
itu oftIhe iv orPeniacola.


No toe or Toes. Be it ordained iby the Mayor and Council of
If slc-es go on f.revter. why should the City (of P'- aMeoli :
,. -ction 1. Th', wheneiive-r the owner of
lnot )our! t s growI togeithwr' We have any" Otr. within thef tire' limts. of tilt'vity of
:1o u-wse r tlhet. We can't manager I'eienacifla. tiaflt entirelycovetred lv water.
,ha.ihall apily for pi-rns-iiion to ere't ther*e'oni
' I :i. Abt< ut one min nl lIn1 J c1an piling a boat ietis',. or like' lmuidittgI. hav-
[Ill on 1hi inti'rossei muscles and IIi a oodtni fraiui, and to bL *en tirely cov-
S, re'd hv tin. /zine- r sheet iron. or wb*'n
i.,ena:l out i.s it*"Ts. In the remaining ,,ve.r the ,owner of aniy -uctic bu:lltng '-o
,*e:. t;.cOse mus-tl s are as dead as fiber. .-*rect'.- within:1 -!ild limits.-hall ,apply f -i
,- D.p.rtn'l si'io- to) repttar tti sPam-*., the Hoe rd
; v h! 'u't i'.ect'i tise-l since the in- ,,f i'ultii W,-rk ,.ofthecity shail lhave au-
:-;; stuck c!. .> toets in his Mlouth antd thority to c-riit p.-rml--ion to -ucti owner
,; -..;a,'d a ,a xy song without words to e.reT't or" rm-r;er such uii had nrc'.
% l Wto. e'c. "2. "J'tii it itly ),r ori who 'ha! rI .
%f I. o \ -e 'r, v :it all tile tiue. the or repair, or attm-vtit to' r,',t r repair. -niv
\ 'i, :l c, -,I c! c, r tin ers W,,,l .-.im bftiich i. l:r:n :t:.,-out tir-t :iiVi ohbtai -.: 11 tin ers wouli p,.rni- sion ..- t -!)o iromn the boartil of 'ut.i)
'* l-st. % e clt so Inui bh -uft fool lie 'Works 'stal i 1- ,-Iii-lhe- t ly tf in rot
..:tt twe l::;a 'e s. arcely a y need of ..x*,-,.-,inz :l -,. lo by ilU pri !l;l,'' t ,'not \-
Scet' -din,at,-(I ay..
-.- ti'i. :u;i.s nou!ti 1uns.-k'v.r every pur- ,'e..). I htI l; .il orrliianne-s. and part' -f
,ee'. is I:n a i,'tl ieD is r .for-i;, ,, %rduna -,' -. ', 0a t tth :t.v' r,,vision
po.se. as r.'.onef o' iit .ormd -.t earform ') b y repealed.
.:; ..'ie'-rv I. m,.'e mwe leg;!n a mc:il. .\tt.,"t. J.M. HIi.i.A. T'.
TlIhere are over 21' t distiltt muscles lu -I A l1. l ')t erk t1, L.,-v.r
Clerk. Le-,A 4'.


ithe huiani boioly. of hi.-'h the best of
us keep al tut 1,i in prire condition
tu proper use.-New York Pres.



CASTOR IA
Far Infants and Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tn.w
I


In th" F r- 't"11C'ir..'i F I.1"
M att It j W l wil., t I ti'I-,*


to apP).'xr to tU140 bl hiI if Cf l p paintd.
I-lt.~ii.- i--in. 'i nMwit~ty. %lay7* :1. "all

.eFl 'A ~%vW'. fan.*w..pe~-r p bi.r
A. M. MCMILLAN.
4 lerk t'iro'uit Court.


Hiue III ciV '' -u-tcr-

lo'ts o-f ebemur -cU 0
ireon' bed tncit't,-i if ( ii;arj'-- -i ..r
Co. The in'Ire'Wt- vp mu st" -..i'm :, *e ~tile mc
lar tiw-ir tht- oig-iui-r. ni1' 1'i-
;qap a le-iv empLO Ve', '"'mril Upt'l 1)
tho third flrcmir where' th'-''c went. 30 ...rl.-
at w~tmrk and n- ri%'dtA twi ido i. ie
T'f- -iirlit left the tbuildin.g qijlh-liv an
saft ly.


Out of 'luce.
Cheap thine a jre f'ind at areacn -air,
hut., oh, the ch'ap.-t :.!
b the man who) s c n I t' '.er- va;:.ng
UL til his uile is ,'r-.
-Pli.;1-ia:;a Pret
L'A GRIPPE co i g s often continue
for inonths and some'titnim l,-ad
to fatal restltq after the patient i-
supposed to have passed the dancer
point. FOLEY'S I[o(uNEY AND TAR
affords po-itive protection ard s"-
enrity from these CoutGHis. W. A.
D'Alembertp.

We will launder your spreads for
15 eonts each and make them look
like new. Star Lauedry.


N o refrigerator on the.
market can equal those sold'
by Marston 6 Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.


A Kern...- 11usrd CAREY'S WOUND WAS FATAL:-
wWben a real KanMSa blizzrd ----
stas.e" said a native of th state. -the Editor Who Maid. F!iht Arainust titus.
dnow 1at JIrs is usuallY Soft and fine bling In ('harl"tliton Dead.
and comes down With an ominous CHAMRLEII1'4)N. April A--W. J7. Car-m-,
quiet. Then It increases in Volume, editor of The Sea:shor-' fl.vi.-w. a ':ri
-and a wild wind hurls It aloug. it is PUbliCati'nWil(li1!1.~ 1(-it zrtm
bulndinag aad envelophing. aul. astim~aa~~ gai'tg nLe' s :,-
fro Im-in fr~-~rigcol, Oe cal;H"t Twitivecks ate.Car w-: 'aiuz'
butt K .ze his way-. The storm S011111- r iW1hn it was i': ux i

oa 4fthevse blizzai-ds towestillJ tilej"i'!ji ab cVCth.. Li-,ttrt. Wm ''v, --
Ia iri.!k r lf110 l'.1 n ts to) get f"0111 Iis -; iui irtuin' affti' it t ini:.
I'i-uii: mI~cto, t ht. uibleloor n iXiii' -l~e !-1h tilliz af:. h -I ; !
tz.kc-s a 'ordl awfI starts for tile sotable that 4%lir--V a -.i:a '1r--
.q. 111.iet-m' is It ui:Iy tle, even if f3utticrio4&t h fl ~f r. ittlt~-. '.:t'*.~
ItI 1 ;m m- ff i'sliuu ik-rrf ~tag-Pin-t t o i:~- '. ::;.-n-'
is Qi).I5011.41 tolf. lie Seldom
is to i.1) pim ia tronu giet:itig inst anel-b.iifeyi.tia' .- 1 ---
vu~l, -idi .ill inthe stlow. Sontietinles is encnn.l
the peol~le stand in the door and beki -1
it till canfl for a s-ignatl to iany oi-icC who JAeuimpli.-i cr Turn'-! Ou~t.
pi,: vIfe012? ia iet 'storni. Ilut tlikI~s of L MI. ::: a~ ui--
little unz-:'. a-, 11w noise iof thle Nvintl is 5 isthaso.! -m --'-
;4'-uailr t it Itdru~vi,s ahiriust e e. t 'y th a't- f.ii -iu~I- ;
cI 1-' fiL'.iv.. -
"'I of a c .'a -t- e'c-fa iitln w jo Plot t,:it ran L .ti z Nt x' i! -
I- '--t a tg --ili 1s siutaile toticlte housee, i rl:ighte4 gavt -:!.t VI -
Pw:'y I(d I li duJ illt!i(- S*ti'i-Il l m'r'imjL nt. *. -;i

,1 -I- the i'ntrIinv'..'i m ta cy-clone cellar an,!i 'ii ii v"--r,- v .'-y ':----'i~
:1 c:wlm'll in 0The':'and: I n-l c Ppee t..' and:m'It l'a71~'j-4-7 d-'04 '.m-I 1 1:-Jj
fpi -:' uic-t' Lim i10keeoulelt thie snow. 'Y- M' 'i -:-~~--~~-
cipx i- fi ?-r ndfaster andbn t 'ali


In Use For Over 30 Years.
T cr '.au L c'J eor y. Tv Wrjgfr StrCTjnry n w ior n c'tr.


R I. F1ilTS Allays Irritatio., Aids Dige:
Regiu!3tes the Bou.
St.-ength.as the Ch:
JIT H N A 1Makes Tcethir.g ta,
(Teething Powders) TEETHINA Relieves the .
Troubles of Children.
Costs oily 25 cets at ist, ANY AGE.
Or mail -2,rets te C. J. MOFFIETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.


A. m. AVERY,

[MPORTZR AND JOBBER OF


Iiarcdware,

Iron. Nails, Axes, Shovls, Saw Mill and Steamboat HappileU. Cook.:;
and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glass.
Agate and Tinware and lounlefrnialUng Goods.

Gans, Pistols and Fiahlag Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Boiling Mills Company, Revere G,in
Stltehed Belting, Northampton Zmery Wheel Company, Laftln A Ra~dj
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron klag and Buck's wt and Range., Wz. Coupe A o.'s Raw Hide Lae* Leather, Maary's Ready
Mad. L&.i:ad Colorn.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


F. C. BR NT.


W51. II KNeiWI-.FA.


DURHAM Cigars are l.r'-ii vis-Pre!,.nt. <(r. ,:-. .,1 : .-
the finest 65 cent smoke. *

berte's. a Aerst iNatioial Bank


PROPOSALkS FOlR I101 1"N I t'~-

KO-aI'.ei bid 1A I; t".. I!.'.i' IV ''-
of Publik' ?Afr't,' I!,*!. A
flir furni-t~imig 'ii ,iear.'i f. ~.1' t.I-
rig~ht to rv.'Pct t einy or nill h-


Or PENWSACOLA. FLAL.

W.H. jUNOWLE'S, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. }Ur1KNT, W. K HYER. JP.
D. G. BRENT,

I I


4WW e jIr i w a nr ,ow n 1Bi"I, *)f b-x-1 ba;- -re on uIr -, at. N r AI n. IJ- t i:

wa~y, $weoieu, D~aumtkrk and otner Auropean 0OULtrie-.
4WbVeggssl4 Di3bnnaed upou the Mass Fawnraf,!es
ObligatIOrJ3 Taken Payable at Port of Desurazzinn. Ten or Ff.:
attar VeiioelArrlvuoi t @; a.
WSaNOfety Deposit Bezes for' Rent in Connecti on
with which we have a Private Apartment for thea V me
of Reuters.


May objeck to gittin' up
and building' the fire in,
the it:ornin'. but if you
commence with her at
once you may be able to
overkum this prejoodiss.
I regret to obsarve that I
didn't conmmne -ar'y
enuff. * It was a
rather cold mornini' when
I fuat pro;- oed tthe idee


to J'et-v. I' w,-t't weIll
received, a:,d I fund
iuy- v -lf layin' on :i ;:'..,-r
pretty -tui2I et ; *4' *
I te -;u !t I'l -,it ; ;:,

Art, .iU \V <": :.


h'reakf;t-t i-r- i:. i-'- atl.o


match and ~mm .*-








R~anges Set on Tn al.


SASj R'21GES ELS


-i ~';-'t'P
a *


THE ORIGINAL--


ST. LOMS



A. B. C.


BEER.


V.J. VIOR~t, S313 1VbolesaI

11O .1 SK!EI BRDIVES 114"E, IIPORM AD I)A


THNI RY I BOTTLF OF CE.LERY TOV).
PHONE .'51.P. (). J)X
JU & FAMILY TRADr.80.4CI
k'ae Ie:*,-# ciAny Par: o! i-
If VIo 'd.l ocrs 14ft at Tbe )Mc-e. Vilal ~'~~w.j: t,- *r




RYTitU 1WS' WAN-T 60L Milo


McMillan Bros. Co.


SCoppersmiths,

4 General Metal Workers.




Celebntd McMlian Semlm Turpuetine Still.

Wo Mot BaL E k Ld i Aft dl e a

MOBILE, ALA.


.


for Infants and Children.

Castoria is a harmless substitute fox C( tor Oil. Pare.
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. ll i* Plea.ant. It
contains neither Opium, ~Iorphine nr other 'Nar'otiH
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishne%*.
It cures Diairrhlioa stand Wind Coli,. It relieve., Teethl-
ing Troubleo and cures Constipation. It regulat-es tihe
Stomach and Bowels, givingtf healthy ai.d natural sleep.
The Childreu's Panacea-The M3other'.s Frinud.

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


X. it Y F rl. J P.. J. s. R E F?4


066 7 1 w Fl @z-


pefisaalld' Gj,\ Cof)-











THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900. 7


MAI


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

.r.ANSS THE SYSTEM
SS_ EFFECTUALLY,

Gof-Le Pev


-,eIWAI MV PERMANENTLY
ITS BRE10 e



CAU WNI IA f5CSvrC


O-PRCHARD AND GARDEN.
!ie li. rv t- 1:-~ Thev

i in .,:Aan-a a'

Nv.l ''tt Ve .va ri. : -I, ia :: 1vor-
C. ;i '1 tilt- NIA'n I, 10 !. Ix ri g fruit

.- ''tilat tilt % :1 i.Ill Iw cult iv~ated
Saite s ab 0-.tutoes 411'c0111.
pplv trees ~jti tit'N evr 1- Ola ut''d
'-rtl,:in z:ki fo-t apart- it plantedi
i, c'lose-. air awtl I!:ht catu:'t ge-t to

Iftetme's at-ei prutilug. it is ea'.ier
1, joru1~tbeli.'tia us '.I',nas Itheut neueSsitr
SIt."elf thj:azu atetr sever-al sPIsouls
01liiic
A tree of goo~d shaliv hag muchl to do0
vkil tl. tL.*alolotixaut:.of t I -ti:orchar-d.
'Il.e eaxrIe4r they are' l-iol~tiv:i fe- t lie
ent'a'r will 1w thet work.
Illoirticultut-e wbuti ,ft-Il~owv-0 l titelil-
p-'nt Ivgi ve' ii' ii t'zret tinxi' xxun thle~
('-alitatl 'till lioyedil liti tiljiirrt any oth-
er Lirantich of azri-itiltxure.

krrt'l t %% i i t- !qre %% todl I I~.''bii'llv
r'n 1ii -K :r 'tm ii ri. I Wl..'A' l u


PITH AND POINT.


':!T1.e' % J. ar. iiniY n. zer. I:r a











ttill" I. a'l.% 'thed .9
ui-
















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'''~ua~tcx for ham-


Amei


SEIZE

Unlefto
AXai
Adju
C'har
WaS
btates
nople
tan the
the pay
the ind


uaeuonanes anda otttruition o their
property. unless prompt action on the
sultan's part anticipates the ultimatum
and the debt is discharged before a re-
sort itf made to drasti' measures.'
Several courses have been urged on
the president fur the collet-tion of tht
indemnity, which is admitted by the-
mul-an to le dne tki the American mi.s-
si ,n:a.e.. Consid,-ration has been given
t, a proposition to seize the port of
r'i. ru and administer its (custolns rev-
enues until the judgment and exl en--es
of collection are cancelled. This course
Lsa noit leen wholly aLandontd 1i the
ren.'t. ,ntiting-iz.-Vy that Ktisfaction is
rd<-fin:t.ly de-lay.l.
It itim'n"l. -. s,-n'- ,'<'uplicati,,ns in
'i. M. >:*', -:- x: rTemely reluctant t, ;t--u'n.
r-s i ',n-ibilt'y for th-, rt',ov,.-ry o,
s:TIAll au iauount at thet p)'-'.-'st time.
I1! it -i.'t pre ipitat. war tl.hruiiih Tur-
k y'S sending smi:ie (t it.- aintiqtuit(
w-arih-. t, Stavyrit to r*-siQt the telnlii-
rary Ault*.:ican i "cuqwtion. In that
* v. nt th*- u-ct.ssity t,,r *-udii>g a large
ti t- t he M.diterraneau would certmte
LLrni aliiiAuig the powers and disturb the
C.eh'*lite equllhbrinum now existing in
ELr'rop..
'u(d'r tht circtunistantices it has bt'ni
d,'tenuiine-d to exhau.-t all re~'suirmces of
ta> will ty brought to understand that his.
pr. mit-es cannot Ie lightly broken.
The proved clainis against Turkey in-
cludea about $3n,(RK Ior the destruction
of pr, perty alone. To these which ad-
mitted of practically no dispute, there
was added the Lentz claim of $40,000
whit,-h was presented to Secretary Olney.
PORTE REPLIES TO POWERS.
ierlou (Complitatlons May Arise From
lnere-e of l)utie.
(CONSTANTINOPLE, April 18.-Theporte
h.L- replied to the third of the collective
note-s of the powers oni the snbfect of an
increase of 3 pTr cent in duties. The
note' announces the iut4-ntion of the giov-
ernment to adhere to the plan of increas-
ing the duties on account of tbhl bad con-
dilti,in f the Turkish finances.
The anih.umdors have decided 14)o ad-
drs.- ani,tliher not. to the port. again
sta1ti1 n their objevtions to, snh an in-
cr-am without a previru-suiil'er-ttainding
witi; thb ]>powo-rs.
[': plrTrinmaity of t* l prt thrtittein-
to LhVt rini- lesu'.ts.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
.\iw YoKt< A:.ti ,'. iT CLOSI
.JanUAtry ....... .. .... 7
seurutry.......... .* .... s IA
A c . .. ... t .... b
MaprL ... .... .. 9 1 .... 9 47
Jun .. ... ..... ....... V ; 45 .... 1 47
Juon ................... 16 45 .... V .43
Jiy .. .... .. S.45 .... 9.43
Au u ... ........ ... ..... 9 24
ep -m ( r .... ..... -4 44 .... 4J
c ouer. ... ....... 3 .. 4. 1.
Novewer .. ........ 7 .... 7 9
)eoe-nose .7 '7 .... 7 9
-.tot cotton lied steadily nidlling up-
land- '*" .; nddl ng gulf 1 1,.
GOttN AV e..U O AIONS.
C'ICAeO. April! V1 ope. cuLlS
% LAT--A.rt.. ........ 6 ,
H %uAT-MiUi .... .... 6.
\\ Hr AT--.' pt't-l ier ...... '
.o -JAprl .... 34
.X -M*y. r ... .... 4
uATS- \ 1-r1 ... .... a? 4
UA T--.M11 y .. ........ .... 2
UAa --Jul .. ...... =0
A ---, i. .. ... '2' 0
:it t r . .... 11-. 9_


4 0-
A ..- ... 7

S.. ..LO I I 7 .';
.. '- .. r r '- 4
S.A ') . r
ltli ; ., ... ... l 7 15
PL ,.1., . .... 7 r 5n
---- ,i t ( .er .. t .7 i A
-' v A. L ST'.


'i' 't a* Nco *'.. .\( ,rl f.-.-irt
i *t Ti .. .1 'n 1 4 i l f.'k .


,. -. lt r 2'' t "

d ,I tt \ HatNI:V AN> "TAp
I- I-i,'t w ., tih :t trial .' \V. A .





,-- rr' i l?;I:Kch! V i .l*-t - , ,ly *jo cent-.
In 'ly i*avtrrn Hat lDepartnment


~'imwill tind --otne extra Lrood va!-
tj#-. W~t, arv maki ii: room)iin hit s
*lw''nrtut:,ent fiir th.-e arriv-al of our

IMy Trimmied flat Department
NY. u cant buy :t niu-e trimmed ('h i
Hat fo'r $1.35 $.Zsand $1-75. Iin Leg-
h.'rwz. Mixed Braids. etc.
Gto Nfro. L. Cohen's


Oh. Beauteous Majd!
Tber ,a a V:rl in i.ur town
Vho a5 Ju wetndiruu fair
She o.,ld &aere givn many
O(t her cirl tritniti a sare
Of blaut., but t6,e wouldn't,
And, k ';it It t* :a k. iik
*' ui..," St..l sid. "t ,S11 ts me
Just r.:.. :;. :.- a 1 ."
-I'rli. : l;.'.a N. ith American.
Not So Nice.
Mr,. B.-Y.,iu ;-cd to inay that I made
You thii:k "f everything nice.
Mr. I.-So yu ilid. dear.
Mrs. B.-Anld iiiw wlhenv I tell you to
get anyt!.hiinve 'e' you never think of it.
Thattt'. the diffrn.'e.--hihlaellihia Bul-
l*'tin. .
leal'ue.% t a ail lIt- i 'nreel
l3v 1,.i :irI- 'i",t',tin- ai th y ;N' i noi t
l',.;u'ii :., i' i.-,-c';i e< ,mrtioII o tiie
eal. I"l:, i- |',V )l i' o \ t. ttio eure
(i-af. l. 111, tila t i by co lli titti -
tional r) m' ;ii--. IItfr--.-- i-; cau-et- d
hv atlln i :m "t (',cnditilo, of th Inu-
-,'Ut lilai.; oif thl. El->tachiaiin Tube.
wl hen this tube ib iintfianed you have
i rutibliii.'- suind or inperli'ct har-
inll,. ail wh tit it i entirely closed,
l)eafnir-sis t!0.- result, and uhles.
the iiti tinination can lhe taken out
a1ju tlii- tub.- r< -tored to its notirmtl
condition, he a.rimng will be destroyed
forever: nine' cases out of t. n are
can se by e:tarrh. which is knotling
but an inflated condition of the
ttucu'ui surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for aivY ca..e of D-afnesa (caused by
catarr'h that tcannlot be cure by
Hall's Catarrht Cure. Send for cir-
culars: free.
F. J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druirtrists. 75e.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.


0,UJIN414 ROCH1E
AWARDED
LFFRENCH NATMNALR17E



1'r..,ni w rker, ric izre
i~.ndA jurifvtvKhe bin d in is
.r(;,:et,, L-1,;' deboudy J1
*t l 4r... Le2Kbhy.
IM~lN-AL.N -tiE halt
f~r half A& ientl ry re-
ceived the highest reL-
*ornrit-mlati. .n if th e
rnefic.-I jr4"esion .A'
the ptirest anid best t' III'-
*f ,'r c-vl et.froim a!Ifever and rnjlati.,l
I rT -i, 1 f ppetite iii'! t-'tuach dja,_rdcr.
* ~Paris: 22Rue Droat.
New Yerk: E. Fougera & Co., 26 North Will am. St.~


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gOLD DUST.


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2."pnin


OUR


NAME'S


SUniNViiV THE LECRANDE ON ALCOHOLISM.
I NVULV ET Alabaima Physician Has Strong Views
on Subject.
WHOLE OF EUROPE MONTOOMERY, Ala., April IS.-Dr-J.
C. Iegrande of Birmingham. president
of the State Medical a&.ociation in ses-
rica Will Enforce Pay- Rion here, dehrered his annual ad-
dress and complimented the state board
eant of Indemnities, of heal ;,,n th, practicability and econ-
-- omy f it. yellow fever quarantine ser-
E PORT OF SXYRNA 'vie for the past two years and advisNd
that a compulsory vaccination law was
a necessity in Alabama. He said typhoid
claimss of A merlean Milsionarle. fever sh, uld be included among the dan-
gerous contagious diAeases and that sta-
n-t Turkey Are Immediately tisties and conditions concerning it
tted United States Will Take should be gathered by the association.
He calledd attention to the fact that
ge of Turkish Harbor. alcohol had done more than any other
m.NToxN, April Ih.-Th, United agency to wreck the health of humanity.
charge daffaires at Cnstanti- Prohibition and the dispensary had both
ll bn f t failed to attain their desired object. He
ill be directed to inform the ol- suggested that education with suitable
it this government must insiat on textbooks showing the evils of alcohol-
iment without further delay of ism was the true solution. Vor men
enmity for outrages on Anerin who are now inebriatse the state should
S.... esntablk-h an asylum, he insisted.


BOTTLE BEER





HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING







TRY
A CASE


THE ORIGINAL


Iehnv y aral s,

S. A. FRIEDMAN,
Proprietor.


A(;ENTS FOR


High-Grade Liquors.
Silver Brook, Private Stock. Ben
Hardin Sour Mash. Very Fine:
Friedman's (Celebrated Old Pri-
vate Stock. 12 Years Old: (Old
Silk Velvet, Kentucky's P'-.rfec-
tioni of Purity, and Lots oif Other
Br, ids which space will not per-
init to mention.
The Large'st and Best Selec:ed Stock
oft BIottle Whi-ky and Wines
for Family '-se.
Tke Jni Tra e is Our lain specialty.
AloAgent for the' F1anous Pahat Mil-
waukee beer. Free Delivery to Lvery Part
(f the t'.ty.
P. 4). Box ;. T.-ltphone 17t.


SEf PFNSACOLA. FLA.

""THE OLD RELIABLE."

11. hMItller,

ChaiC. Family Graocriesu ,


Everything Fresh and First-Class in Guality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


Co Palafox and Zarragossa Street
PENSACOLA. -:-


SOMETHING NEW


E*E VERY DAYY



HALL & KLEIN'S


mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*Welol4 oxxo 3 0."0 4.
V'-Patrons. New and Old, are Cordially Invited tI) Vi-it and In-pect
their inmmense Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN :FFECT .IANI'AI'Y *-7. I''.


No. #'. I N o. 2.
12.17) wnou 11 i:241p tm Lptv- Pe'J'n'acoln .... Arrivi-
,2:15p .t12:5411 lgliat Arrive' l'iitaatouia A rtI%
1:1-1 p ni :t:Iv a InI Arrivo- .. Ni' 'bals ... A raive'
%) 211p1a 7: to'#a iti A r a iv,' New erleutar Arrivye
Ci.4 41 1) 111 l iit Arr, v- ni t-.Zorm 'ry.-Arriv
t..la 111 7:ii0 p ii A rr~vt, Na. hi illi' A rravoo-
I2:2 miiut : .::A)IsIaII Arrat',, L~oul-% i1,.-.Ar."a~t-
4 :1 r-,pP III :16ia Ini Arrm C('aIit-'a, A~tI 1'.-IsV'-


N'o. 1.
4: ',i p III
I2. 1, p IIt
7 :.'a) ni
1t2' pin
f':4.t, p 111


N .8.
i ') a ill
12-41 night
p m$ pi
pt:Inpii


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


No. 21.
1 :;. ngh lit
4:1 : i rnI
S."ia MIi


No :f.
7:'*'' t 11i
7: .I H III


Pt-u iti'' 'it
Ni ill till
I :4-I p ala raIl,. lie-..et- 2:4.1 p ft
I :1.


-..6 p Tit
.'iiIn


PANTS to


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged, sort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments, as they got out of
the boxe and up onto
our clothing tables.
500) pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about themni? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
ca-simere paunt. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c:iasimiuxre pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassimere
pauntI. SoIme are two,
three and four dollars a
pair. good worsted pants


WE DO NOT

buy pants for adver-

tising purposes-to sound

cheap. We ,iuy food pants,


pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(t9 watch your


P. B-,x 6. money pockets nights in


case your wife wants to see

if she is Efli half of

your income) pisfol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


WE SELL ALL -

WE I ill 3f



Solid as a rock, -'lai:i or fancy pat-
terns for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodied man busy nights and days to
wear them oiut in a year. anid for
$:.(4o, some new fancy cassiicere
pants. lapp-.Il seaii;- and creased


knee-o.


7. it il 11 J :i., MIimar nI all 1 fill p III 1.: 14M *
a. III1 1 : ,n Iiipion !Iv.-r,1 .lu ,oil p ni l a I II
I: 1 ; p) .ll i l ih .,4 .;;:i.i [)I ..
7:-!:) p ill J, ik 'tnvill' t:.11 .a .i



Delmonico hotel and Restaurant 'Ws,


COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Ath OnnmJ fag. Don ho- f ho na Mfo bnv Den 1% AL


Hare yot/ tried Swans. a, ,r ,,u, uy ,, ,ay, u ^ ur panta, ^ j
Down iour.' It isthe whitest 3' tM, 312 *Nrth Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot
and sweetest on the .4meri- O-Teiephone 68.- -0
can market, in barrels, half -\ ---GEO. WILSON & CO.,,+.- .
barrels, 24 pound and 12 Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
pound sacks, wholesale and FRES VtEGEIBLES [IV[I DllTY, IBOLIMLE All RETIL.
retail. Hello! I'm Boarding Pens Florida I aint, but will
Try Delatour's Ginfer at the melmonaoo.B Pensacola. rlori d. I ahrfter.





r fTry ou FreEWU Wantted c*lumn: ton 4- Finch's and select
.. best UGHine ill pay ou.tersone
TroT.7 -er ..ai e.." to ;, DURHAM Ci.-rs have Iron bedsteads are W sol,


panit,- for .i.," that ar, -imply great.
Patroi:ize ,'ur Pantry. it ;, ,y.


THE


CO.


POU


The Bi! Devi Tivi Clotiku ,


~-~` -- ~-~-- --t-~-~ -~- ~ ~


The Best


Washing Powder.

Ask Your Laundress to Try It.


CIG



C-Ij
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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.
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MARRIED TWO YEARS AGO.
Greom Cla-im His Bride After Gradu-
attag at Mercer.
Maco April IS.-In March. 189"i,
two years ag,. Mi" Mary Rosser.
daughter of J. M. Rosap of the Central
rsaroad, was secretly married to J. C.
B7yan. a Mercer student. The affair
wa kept secret until recently. The
nariage was w-lemnized at the reai-
dane of Rer. W. A. Brwd. Mrs. Boyd
aad L S. Barrett, a c&aeImate of the
groon. witne-d it. It wa. kept a
seirt b-caua-e Mr. Bryan withed to com-
plete his e ,ur"- at Mercer before it was
found out. Mr. Bryan has claimed his
bride and thb. couple left last evening
for their future hom- in Mazrhallville.
Cruise of the Buffalo.
PHILADELPHIA. April I- -Ono hun-
dred landsme-n.. or raw reeruiti, are b'-r.
awaiting the arrival (of the cruis'r Buf-
fain from N,,rf uk The Buffalo is t.,
make a two month-' erm-,.- of northern
Earopean waters, the course taking inl
the Baltic along the Scandinavian ce-'t.
A stop for order. will be- madt at G:.-
braltar. Th!' trip :* held by navy men
to be the tue-t in rthe orui-ing liha
President Will .Attend.
Nw Y e,tK April 1 -Fl"m prenr-nt
appearau ., about 2(,.,)0 p.-r'-n- wi-h
to attend the- Nati onal Whelome ni,,-niui
of the onf'ren of fr,-tn rnii-siai,
Saturday evening. Preidenr McKinill-v.
Govetrner R,.c,.-velt and ,ex-Pr,--:.-.i;
Harrim.,n will all -Te-ak.
(George Angell iiet .NtaIddenly.
DETROIT. April 1% -G president of the tCiy Sa.r,- IiaJk ,t
Detroit and ,f the M:chic'at Biker'
association. xpir-d -ui'.tib .ly at ii-
breakfast ta'* t...iay. Tht I.-u .. ,3 5n
attack of beart di,-a.-..
Cotton Mill Chartered.
OoLtUMIA. S. C'.. April iS -A charter
has been issued by the w-r-.tary of taree
to the Monachati nii:l of Gr-.nri'l
The buildings for the plant. tc.. are
now in the oourse of eonstru,'imu.
Seth Low Elected President.
Nsw YoRs. April i8.-Seth Low,
pnmident of Colambia University, wa
eeed president of the American Geo-
gUpaiicl soaet iast Right.
He Fooled the 8urgvemns.
All do-tors told Renick Hamilton.
of West Jeffer-on. 0.. after apffering
Ihmonth- from Rectal Fiatula. he
would die unle-as a costly operation
was performed; but he cured him-
@elf with five boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. the -urest Pile cure on
Earth, and the be-t Salve- in l*:e
World. 2- c.-nts a box. Sold by W.
A. D'Aletnibrte. Druggi-t.

Bishop J. S. K -y wrote: Tiu.i-
INA (Te.thi:il P.owd-r- wi- ll *:re
satisfactory t',a: a inyt:,i!iz w-- -vFr
used.


THOUGHTS.


some .or11-hich Are q-rv Wine.
While *pa-r ~Are Nit!o6 OV s.
Slang 1-cI- ii: .# :nr ,T-sp I VXL..i t-
Say a 111-Un 1--111i t!1v r j. ** t:. t---v i
be Is -,..,I t lt.-
The fel!%- %t Lc. lj, i~.: t:
his hnlir I... ie: oZs5T c
werar i'utr'-. c
Mo'n hn%-r -*1m~c: ."
more eoflt 1a 1-:i1 c ::: ;--

Poor A,! .: I!- u-.r: i:r
1i -1v.
Tr t
fee it. ii *.



bapil!:c'.. .c.; ~ i t- t
'tim e L Li.' c ''ea



his fiy -1jc1 ;. ::.!1, t: 'r .

roon a.

niaucni -Ia t i :-'t:et

forgo* 11 '-k"; A-........ tC e-! a: celft 8


I i l i z th eI *4-f're ttiiiii for hs
hat aiiul oi erie a. v 1 : !eeC.'.I Lad Can en-
gage-ltu. t c -n L .:i feer t*04H'ci.


p Th Say Was newestt*.
rhe other eterutcfl' ehaAi tbe Man
in the W1t .,fa tlicn-:vr. **a buy
Came to Liv.1.-:.J r-:iil. *.Are th:vse uty
Om andI to-k fr.Uin 11:ui11 1cC fr-sjt
row svais Cr- !!iat n: U iL'hl L."(1
bt-ewn t~u 'a:-c a lt ci'-Iiui.t-es- or s-
and thit u :v%, 11%h pas-ted m&.guilc.rt
aw ill. ( 3it. v'-.illy eicl:'. B tlin t ,%%-i
,did 1,is ty :iC cU itpjeP--'i to tI'

-Lt.e toy r'~Lc 'AV!i. p:lila.caun.
bonue-ivwi lth te-n !:t-t u.:lt anwl slooeeil c
thieul to lia:Il.lI:3. tiil Le- Set., Aieit
in g .-I 0'!luiti.or sq-ucioxvlle~ tit
tzaz'la l~.~i t ie 1wc ie a goCCI

$-.1-r 1 aefotr uul., o. lc I '--"Ii
of it, tbut lit.g9"t So x.'adlthat hIt.- saidl
thiat 4,\ e-Ty Lialtticeow 1, ie xvulclflt Q']!t
bonic till after I*_' ulle)' 1- aid lie tuulci
ine for lie-avcti's sake i enI ;:.t tnair-
ried tee 1-e4 ouJ~t fc .r- a ..s-nblt~e W01,3Un.
All the e it I ii I -itg131;Z11-11, a1141l1h`
w-as getting imal.,clr. and !so le s I~e5l l sli
woubleint go Ito the t iu.-a ter vifi ith het
after that. anud lio' tort- the ticke-ts IT'
and ruslife'd out sc ivLe re alele.it'
ain't bLink v.1 eit lie r. h-ut ii.::nllamad41n1t
ca re. 1116 TeI ije t. J ;q-,-s o tff 1:..
C-Ari-it nU!,ITIie tI e till: fur!41% -" '
nc o4' c eI zt- 111ctiC.S i a t- lo%%n on
Saturday witb some otLetr fello'.'.nnt:I

*ignv.e ofther ltettet to t!,eanP


Re~i-crd.


MARITIME*
CLUARKD.
htr so Caponor. 1651, Wilbur. hy Wm 8 Key-
-.-r a Co for Fleetwood. witbh2Vi5l1 saft low-
I-r. 1.05.5,42 a ft sawn timber. valsed at
$2 AM~
icNCbk No ra. li"4. Mikkolser. by Penes-
C018 ALuna-r of~r IDuhteb.-lIm. with 61.4%8
Of tt Qawn timber. 616JOI1S GIL number, valued
at 0 500.i
nsor1' Irsula 8B-tght. 114. Coo'. by G.ulf
Transiot C'. to- Tatupico. with 4coo)tonsi C011.
Val U-0 at $1*2'c'C
-par' a-*5 Frnli 5 v.Arrihi. by (tdf
Tr-.u-.t o for .,awe~rpooi. with 21441 equnits
bsle.~ ...'rc %r-ee 4. rrnI -4l4 %4ks c
cae.e" .lcV)tcs lard*.Z bbd. i-af tobk.C -0. V,.
to"c, .i i L -c-,k Iumber, jC o4. s
t Iu u, 4cr. ial ur~,at f117- :()P
SAl LRD.
.N,.r ]k n". Halv-r-en Gih(j.,-t
fi a'spe-toor. Wi.th-ejr. tF'.-%, -,
;I te & Atee~Las: aA, -,7& In at.H&r- t c4 .to- air-1.


Ar OtARAN'TINE%
'-pan s- M1&io.t-.Lazanga. Ci-niut-
4.1 to Vo 1. Ut1& I'(-
I-oleanick Ittj- 4&- kov. Pahato;rd-
fir t- rrcur:,-. : Pe~UWa ii. Hatinallao Liulf
I ran-.t Coou
-t t'aui 1.- Leoa! ia k)toe1s CIiumtur CtCo


M4r ..: ~c..MK:~.rHavana 'o
i -. r
,m in -ci I mo'sa;.ir. .A-i,i-i, taid-zna5 to
mat-t r
Nter tik An,-r&iEt- ... rnin-he~st. Aber

((wk.to or-Irr

THE -SHiIP'lNNi.
VICAA~iL.4 IN PORT

N' A* 4. WVj. to,: Zt, 1- %cr r au It

icr C~r: ~ --4. Hawtc,,k. to WicKeyser
'Ve l~'Ffll(,1W7i.Johafli-n. to Ptenesa-
Hr -.r,,. :.8nbre- to W S h y
r~ & Coc
Span Franc.!,ca.z~. A ri bi. cl J f )r Liver-

fir I r--iu i imo. .-v '. Luke.. to C.,..f I1 rabie~t
f)1 I .%Li.& J-.rWt 'ood .el c


AmSee40b eI easmel kg.a
Colossl Ez was a famous character
In the early days Although Ulving la
Doaphma county. he was ette lan Atch-
loa. fMlowed by a pack of bounds.
He was a high toned southern gentle-
man. with a kind bdat.
One day while returning home from
this city he came acres a man whose
wagon was stuck In the mud In Inde-
pendence creek bottom. Colonel Egeo
at once started In to help the man pry
out his wagon with a fence raiL
While both were working away Ege
became angry and yelled to the man.
"Lift. you son of a gun: you are not
lifting a pound." The man picked up
the end gate of the wagon and split it
over Ege's head. laying him up for
three weeks. Ege had his hat off when
he was struck and was so bald before
coming to Kansas that be was known
as the BRald Eagh!- of Maryland.
Ege always carried a pistol and was
al\vays trying to shoot through some-.
bodv's lhat without hitting him. One!
day, at the ludependence cretk ferry,.
he shot at a manI. but aimed a little
low and creased him. But Ege was
always a gentlenian: he took the man
lt:to his howe and tenderly cared for
hin until he recovered.-Atchison
Globe.


A Life and Death Fight.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester,
I.., writing of his almost miraculou.
e-cape from death, says: "Exposure
after mea-les induced serious lung
trouble, which ended in coIznumpI
tioen I had frequent hemorrhage-
and coughed night and day. All my
doctors said I must soon die. Then
I been to u.e Dr. King's New Oi.-
c.cvery for Consumption. which com-
plto-ly cured mie. I woild not Doe,
without it even if it cost $5 00 a hot-
tie. Hundreds have used it on my,
recommendation and all -ay it nevpr
fails to cure Throat, Cheat and Lung
troubles Regular size .A'e. and
Il.ix. Trial bottle-s Rea at W. A.
D'AlemberLe's drug stolE.


Ta mp.- o
xTmpo s Iron aad Steel Markets.
(c-:r A.gust. I; i. Jaburg. toorjd-r PIrraBYRO, April 18.-Local iron and
BASas. steel manufacturers deprecat the report
Nor Barosa. P. Eveosen, to H H Boyer circulated east and west of a big decline
.'or Concordia. i_. obalverson. cld for in prices of iron and steel products.
Port Emela Eivers. 77. ooncabes, to These report, they my, may have an
B.ars. lunwdy at co effect on the market, but as prices are
,%or Eur Tambarskelver, G4.Hillesen,
CorfauarTlwb5rskevor,4. Hiiesen, regulated by the supply aad demand,
Nur India. 57-. Jenson. to Gulf Naval there can be 0o smius idctio. The
Store. o Carnema Steel C company 80d st0l
.or Lou.se. 1015. Loreatsen, cld for Har- p, at $1.90 and a p lomi ty ih that
ktu- Loule.,r*. Janasoa. toW 8 Keyser & $1.70 will be the pksiowlhi th omeoth.
or ersapor. 117. Johnson. to Baars. Pr t to s.
ljnwxly A- 'Co Prewnr to Dewey.
% or Nora. l>H'. MiLke:sea. cid for Dub- PITTBPRo, April 18.-Admiral George
rtu osno. 7.*,. -ohansnen. to Pensacola Dewey and bis wife have been tendered.
It Prosp-ro. 4 M.'ighori, to C T,'rre in maguifieit portraits in oil~f themselves
Nor .c.>i)na". .f-c~. P.-t.r-ul. eld f ,r leakar Pr adent Charli Schwab of the
An v-ianlU. .7 7 .cker, to Z, F sauu- by rdent Charles Swa otSL
ema 34- .V- Carn'egie cunpany and M. Chartian, the
iAiR-NrTss,. lainous lFr-nch painter, has been com.
-. Sim. Matj.,-ds.:-: miombe, to Baars. liui uied by Mr. Sohwab to do the work.
1 a o .OMr,.. lere lMarried.
.Naa A av-.EW YO,,K, April 18.-The newslpa-
.* "n .s A 1anvls- fr.. H n-onx tr> maI-ta-r
Am HatI- H barbiur. l*- e+-ne. LoJi.o pers announce te inarriage in this oity
A 1 -'-7.'tX -0.
!:r j' :E, .-t. .. S-w.t: ..tomns- yesterday of Mrs. Bernard Bere, the
nactrtes, to C. W. Oliver, a former pri-
Atm ie:.- -ca: Mu-ton. :,'-. C tk.to order Vrsat se&reAary of Lord Luanedale.
JP. CLEAKKlD AND SAILED YO PK -
BACOLA To accommodate tho e who are par-
TZrAMSHIPS. tial to ron use of atomizers in apply-
Fat, of: versr-.ai. Br. 1,. Hu:1 March 1- ing liquid- into the nasal passages i
F,.r--t B-ok. Mr. :7.. Mana. Lardiff. for C'tarr/oI t/o,/-ides, the proprietors
MA.:. ." prepare Ely's Liquid Cra*rn Balm.
l-c, nm-r 'o-. Pr.:-..-. Lacell-r. at Tyte. Price including the. spraying tube is
Ni. -hi
. ir.: r Ol e---nnck Marh :. 7-', cents. Druggists or by nail. The j
ti-t-:...a :: : x. t' ar;.T MNrch 1. liquid embodies the medicinal prop-
S. r. .. at Ne Ca.t!- Mlarch .c. erties of the solid preparation.
t, hr. ...-'a. .'4Lt%.e-rpMarch 'ream Balm is quickly absorbPd by
BA Ex. the meinbrane and does not dry tup
Ana S '.a:-. .it..d Mnr-,-:!-' Jan 2'c the secretions but changes them to
A&eat e-, N er =7. oid .intwerp 1D-c 14
A, .,F'.- 4tTebe i 12 a natural and healthy charaetter.
''-.-d. I. .:: ,'< .e-noa Fci t 17Ely Brothers, 5 Warren St., N. Y.
ryo, t. it I .I r il d < adlz March -'


H- .I: ;a. Nor. aI si .Mo- March .
I- rtrand. N-.r. s*4. aid L o-u-r M-rc':h I
-ia .*n,'ttto. I'. -. id t 'arthair-:'.ii .an ..5
Cth;-ftatn. P.u- ",*. at I I-r r .Tr ,<. It. ,d 1 u:014 I 0 0 *-'
r ri1 7 jU .i'v l..i1,d u i corn MI treh 7
Fi-atiucia. It. ".7 -ul VaS,-ncia March I .'
F- ;.". It. .V:, ',1 %tole Se ,pt :-'. ashore
Nov n-ar P.ir Roval
: .:j a 1:, it. 1',71 .'! .Marse'lles March -'
,ct.Tatr C'a-ai.,o;:a. It. It'.V. s.d tw.-Ioua
K tc I(.d.rtc Nor. 7-.". '! t.lu'kstad*: March 7
.1, s:I an~ ~e;*+ .. ?'r. -14 'Ciritotnl ianl i Nov If)
Joh r :i-. .Nor. %lcI 1 uoniithur l'C-C 9
LacaNru:;a. It. 7. ',.1 MII tir ill os e.b q -
.titrim .sMa-.irr.1. wedJ c.d 'Cap: '"'Own
Marh "
Mich-i*c I 't. tod 4,-1n< ; a March "4
Marce-l!. It '.4 Harnhurg, Nov *
M.-iu-ine-. R ;,. 4. sid 4 .-hsrone--q Feh. 1
M ,lnt- A. It 744. 4ld Mar,.-illeofi March :3
Pi, ue -r. ,,- i. ll.-'. at IA)ndon Mar'na :1
a mifi-ro. It. i;. a'd Rotterdami March *:I
P'-ta. It, -* l tll Marr-eliles Marchb ;,
Rachehl.e- P. It. i... ild Marltmiir s h"eb -:7
Hibe. [Dan. 441 at tahia Jan *u'
S ntisd, Nor., si. old London March 241
Vaiuts. Nor. old 1 eith Mch 10
Virznia., It. ld Madeira. FV-\t "!
Willard M jdget.-..2., sAd Balharit. R G
Mch 521
Nerves &ad Rair Pleklng.
"Persons whose nerves are In any
way out of gear should not plck hair."
observed a well known specialist in
nervous diseases to a reporter. "and
Indeed I am almost willing to go fur-
ther and to say that they should not
handle mattresses or pillows stuffed
with hair. The tactile nerves, the
nerves that are located in the ends of
the fingers. seem to be specially affect-
edt tey handling of hair or animal wools
o(if any kind.
*Many good housewives do them-
selves great injury in picking hair in
thj- repit oir or ltertion of niattresses,
a.ul \vhile they think they will sate
U itney eby doing snch'l work themselves.
thl'y otten tindi out that. besides the
4-riional s T:ffiri u nconsu5tioncte, they
: "pay t: n.:11in1y t;init.' in, doct'trs' a.i0
n.>-d!iiue ills .\ .hat they save from
mattress miiakIrs.
"I knqw of i:;:e ,ieStonS. nien more
frequently tlhn woCinit. however. whVO
would lte thrown into niervtous spasms
if they nuerc cornpillt l o handle vPl-
vet feor 13 minutes-that is. to handle
It on the fuzzy or velvety side. Those
who are unpleasantly affe-ted l by vel-
vet know it an-i therefore avoid it as
much as possible."-Washington Star.

Shakepehlre Lucky Too.
Smiles-I'm glad I1 wasn't Shake
tp.are.
t;:' S:..!es--r.f.Ciati-9 I s'!-.uld be dead

; .:e;s---cs. that's tr-:.-, and Shake-
sl ire would L'- furotten.-'Chicago
Nc'.s.


The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's.


F.


E.


Great Bargains

o--A&-- o 1





OHEN FRIEDMAN OS

RACKET STORE. ***


We Pride Ourselves on Having the Grandest a:Ad M )t
Exquisite Selection in


Spring and Summer Dress Fabrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Greate-t CLoice -r the Mo-st Celebrated MIanufactur- :


Shladies' Shirt Wlaists;=

Al-o a Great Variety <.f


Ladies' Sirts and Tailor-Made Suits

JUST RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.

As (U-ual N- Lpeid in Styles and Pricet. ou'ir Mrs.
Hughes. tLe Headir Ml inner. well -ustain.* h-r
Reputation aa an IU'-to-Date Artiat. We are
Crowded. (ive your Orders Early for
YOUR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
and Children are More than Convinced that thay
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoee at the
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'0
STORE......


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

MATTINGS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
WE ARE INVINCIBLES IN LOW PRICES.

We Invite the Public to Look Into )our Show Win-
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of C;irks to
Wait on You'
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

Coahen, Friedman & Co's

RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.


W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


MANI k7ACTUtERS A.N:' IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CTPRESS SHINGLES--Klin-Driei Sall


PENSACOLA. FLA.


BRAWNER'S


+SPRING


SALE!*


CA681-1


1-1OT8 jBEa


SPED1414LOTIC ES.


~ Not 4 w@D.
MUONE]Y "I'" L.EN 1.

M ON*FY TO) LOAN *ONI' P >
roroperty. Apply toA.A. F.~..
building. Palafoa street.
IOAN'0 AT LOWEST RATE-
~TEIIEAT CAN ALWA'i-
TV%EINb BY PARTIF'S u;
iSFECURITIE',L KY 4A1L~LNe,i.-A
LIAM V ISHER. '214:, .5e U HII P '

IV YOU WANT TeeFlo Rle .% v
I~~-mone-y. in-t:ro- vcc=:, -L
cure- ah-traet4 of title-. h :%'wcc.
Ta'e-. re-nrt prnoorty oef (I --
re -Itli~colle-ctPeI or v(our tax-. v,
(-1l11 #n or adilre-.-e r!),.,. .a-
Re-al F-tate and In-urmnr. ~-..
v.'&is. F.ei. 4Cha',...e m..-Kres'- r
who h'ivo a I-vt from iu. w- A,.
With wh,:cli to hui., a bous...


AP)'y to V.1*. ksrpwi-r..



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How V~tarfworkned. I.. 11W
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@orBre.ejAVI

ANEl.) UrnCA toIbindAdress
atIShomIe.'HIPL:y wPrk imary hcl I
Kor anivd and rArt Antis now op-r
at., z2Ytb.term ilhivide rnud once at th. w
out o NPsafu nd Iae.e for e.t.
trance onJackOn. TerCo., 5Z SPer oni-
Nowfl k.
hA JAU)FJ3A LP MCH(M110 %
a~ ondr Cpasvrk air 4evalods.htre. F. ~--*
pArtices.Par c o~il. or hu..V-W. OoJ. H. -

184. riCIMEal.H I PLP. term eimasy Oct-

31 and liWudorgarto sn owHors i4..
tranc~e o ackson..a T~e~rmsS.00 fer won, 2r'
4,2 tc ~~et er.ee ~: ,.,


I'IE)544' -'4 k4r Vi-'eirat- raI-
L'o)WEVW..c : .R Fi*.N'RAlI. .-
bP co fl n o- uei1.t.ec p-':e


.1" t atP I t s"cl4('4PtI 14- ". .


Summer (a w


(ectu res


I-IVVIi-ITY F01' VlIII.NIA
31l,4t Oummir. July to e, pt. I. .
pt-'lIliv helpful to heicinner-. o : t .
for adS nilazia to the. her: a-i ,..
practltli,)Irj. who ihrve lIrke-l in-
For 't:aloi is. addr-o,.
ILU'. aINA NS retary, ,rh lottoers ll. >
-*- 1^*

No better Cigar for
the money made--DUR
HAM-at D'Alemberte s

NAVAL STOIKE MAItMIr.
lepnritd lDaily for The New 'e
Meser. A. M MMose Co

W W .. ............... 7., H ...... ..
S ... .. ............

I ........... .. ....... .
8PIlrT TTrlarsPi -4 7 seatsa


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

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers. --


2-5 l)oze-n Men's French Neck Bal- -ii Doz-n Ladies' Sleevele--1 Vpetc.
briglran Undershirtsat-25centseach; Liile. Thread, our price 25c each or
Drawers to match. S2-.7 dozen.
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or ('oleored 12 Dozen Men%' Fancvy -i:k Frontt
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bo-om Shirt'. our price 4)c. each:
each: Drawers to match. all sizes.
'3- Dozen Men's French Neck Ral- 2) Dozen Fancy and White S tbri'gasn or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated BoSomn shirt-. our price l ,N,:
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all si:es.
imitch. We carry the larzf-t Ilin- of Min -
Dl Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and HBoe Color-d Shir:ts in te. City
B:albriggain U'ndershirts at 50 cent,: ;it the Lwe-t Price'-.
Drawers to match. .A-inch Sprinta I'ur.,ale,~. our
lio Doz-in 1'tdie- Sloevele-a Vectst price .......................... Jc
-it old price. i for 25 cent-.or 4.ce :;:-inich\ Vry Sheer WVhite Lawn,
C Idozn: elm broidereld neck. our pri-e-...................... -
1753 Doz-n Ladi--' M\i-se-' and 27-inch Chec!. Naincnok. ,,iur
c hildr-ni-" Sle--v -.f-, 'et t-., with price .......................... .,
Ta-e Nec'k. 3 for 2ic or 95c dezen. ;0-inch W'! :t- tnid ( ,,!-er-e<
2351),7-ti L tdie-' Il(aeveless Ve't'. 'in u..-.. err .-..ri,..... .... .... .. ic
with -lilk lape Neck, 2 fr .",c e. :;, ;oi: ct W hPit- Cerded 'ii'i. c"ur'
A1.35 d( zi-u. ; tic .. .......................... .. ''


Remember the Place,


:;,'-inch Solid and Whrit- Duck.
o .r p rio . . . . . .
1 Yard-Wide .-a I-;,and C-tt,,n
at ........................... Sc
1 Yard-Wide F-itc:,vill,- Hieach-
'-. Ili.(ie by I. nl-d:l.- Ceo..
w ,I- it ;a-ts............... 7' c
uu Pie-c.-- Iate-t Calico at...... 4c
1-Ca-- Pal.lbitui'- ingham,
W 'arrau.ted ....... .......... .
J'J-t received a f'N, ;i.e of Skirts
and Shirt Wa,-.t ,.r ; ic- are the-
lowest.
P tr.! ,i, a! d l ';:i-re-l;.,- .. u .;.
$ j.i anad $1 "d .
Ladi:,- Irr;ie-c- -'.t P.ir,-.- it.
late-t -hiade at *1 7", a,.d M'.. .';
All tLh- latt-t ty-- in, I. 'l,---' and
Childr-i's Strw Hat- n.iid S ail,-r--
al-,o -O' roll- New Spri,:' Mat:it,a:-
at 12 .. 1I and 2'. i.p.r yar .


311111B


25 Oezits


-AT-


$iek Apostle's Restaurarn
S'C en rt ,rl rohrniptlY Mrvd all I.
of Iay (or Ni bt.

Fish and Oysters in All Styles

Nick Apostle.


C 105 S. Palafox Street,
GEO. A. PETERSON


Dealer 1:i
Bieyeles and Bicyele Sanlr:;e
Age-nt for Ranihler. Clev-land ar.t
Hueyrcels. ix Yearo -xpr.- -i.-
pairing of hicyCe.-. (*a& II--
Typewriters. Gun-,. k.tc. K-:'- : .
nt any lock. Etc.
12 West Romana Street.


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NDW ON,


F. E. AWNER


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1--V.


THE


DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 19. 19C0. NO. 6S.


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


COMMERCE


.quet Held at Hotel
.a Last Night.
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W ATO'S 1 EPORT.


a 1 ..t C'oairplie andl C n-m.
.. It-'tords I a Ci,y's Pr.,
...I .i olp el-(i-n R mel II
\ a < I W. I. Mianni. t ocli.
, \ W" It.- ia-ige-r anil


a I


X V Viaxl.-r 4sllana The


Sit It -aliae 1cm


.. tinTi and bir;qIu- t
,,a nlt Chambeer of ( 1',I-
H .t.- E--cat bia l...t iii.l.
,.i-a.in of rare erljoyima- 1n:'
& A wa-re fortunate enough to
an. atd all event of much
t:i ordinary significance in
.. .n t, the p:i-t progres-, and
.e dvancement of the material
:- iof the city and the port.
great dinning hall. recently
i.. ,rated, was artistically embel-
.. with evergreen and floral
e:-hac'Li and design, the long table
.: particularly picturesque with
..-*iwy linen, hanudome ware and
!i-e floral ornamentation, chief
which, as a centre-piece, was
Ste-autiful floral ship. The
*.,.. arranged with artistic
-.-'. and exquisitely served. wa's
Lh 'y ( of Delmonico's in its beat
:Yv-. and reflected great credit upton
'."tel management. The roster
*-,-t was as follows: Ge:i. Rui--
A.. Alger of Michigan and Col.
W 1) Mann of New York. guest_ of
r; Hon. W. A. Blount. pre-i.
: of the Chamber, presiding: Mr.
r -. Wat4*on. secretary: Capt.
S\. kleisinuger, Capt C. A. F. Flair-
SW. C. Ma-sey. I'. M. A.. Mr. P.
w Atain-of England. John Thoma,
t' r.-r of (irand Ridi'e. Hon. Jod'tn
Piahaim and Mr. Ftrank I.. Mayv-s.
r-; re- ltinig the- pre-s 4,, the c:ty.
c, Prec.ident J. M. Robert- aand
-.'r.-tarv C. A. Chliate. re-pre-ei'--
I' t the Young M4-1'.a Hu-l n.'-->-
n-,airue, invited guests: and Me--r--
H. (. Ile-Silva, John t4. Wood. A
C. Blount. Jr R. M. ('ary. lrvan
ltauwody. C. A. C(,,.iiich. \Vilk-r
\!e:i,'rTon. A. V. Cluh bsr. ('('.. C tb
i M. Hilliaird. T. V. K,-,.-ler. \V. K-
rnri,:ht. L. Hiiton (ree-i, A. 1 !
"v Iy, W'. K. K-y-s.r.Johnt C. Av' vv
S. L idditi ;ittnd W in. Fi-her. .!.11-
.tad :-in.tbe,-r-a aof the Cha til-. r.
I hilef te-ature of thie occa-i.ln:
S th-. re-adin, oaif the secretary -
,-** t. a ni tot inte'ro.tinng and ex-
,,-'ivoa docuinent. in which th itt
;,e-tItC and most cominpetent ot*l-
.1 reviewed in detail the niuteri.tl
S:1 .iiteltent of the city during tl;,-
-: y-.tar, under the ihe-ads of Harbor
;. riv-uiemnts. SteamuhLip Lainet.
S'..,rve- and Docks, Railroad Ex-
S*in. a New Buildings. A.sseshmeti.et
- : 1,\-. Weather Service. Fish-
SIailur-try. Manufacturers. Ex-
.Street Car Systean, Poputla'.: n.
atailon. Vital Statistics. Fire Pro-
; R. antkingCapital.Real E-tat"-
I \Viiitt-r Visitor-. Thte re-port.
will be printed in patnphti!-
S. aid widely circulated, will
.--- do more to attract atten-
the resources, advant z:,--
S"r.ctions of Pensacola t .an
iication that has -ve-r tVeen)
i;,on thee t, pics. A- a doc l-
St reference for future u-e i:
a'- t.,iAvaluable.
". the delighted guest t!:ad
-u -sed the various featur'-
S',-tinu, and had become ap-
-.4: I. e-nthuied by indulgence
#- -. ral element. .pee-ch-inak-
cleared in order, the presi-
:it" ac toast-miaster. Hi. z
S ii :aptitud- for the position
S- zlnizetd by all. and adde.l i
,v',r to the intellectual feast
- "we-d the conuinl> tion eat
-L-tellala ce.
.l,,a'. C. Avery re--p,,,n,lj d
t'* l0o the tlea-t *T'Ie
S E-cambia.- Ma1yr J..M .
., 'uentliv de-canted u :*i
S ; 'a'-elt and future of '" I !
I A IIIa.'" M r. L. HIt ,1.
J.l-..- upon "'Oiir ExlI; ra
S,- tatlh witty and pra.'ti-
-llcited delight-d a;-
l. rl.tti r li bh -lief t;..' ;
I et',ll!- w'' II Penl-;t
S';-. eiormin i-ly ill-
l-i j'.i-- a'it oivt-r t:.i
i l r thle p;irt- .- f e :;! a a':
\'L;-riea-a r ,-tip-. lbuti : :.
Captain (',b r-
-I iutellihte-itlvy t. ,-
,!,..c t ,af "O' ur si:i,- I
'' "t-." and piredictd I,
:.,nto I ,l: ht w ith prio, ; ,
*i aet e'i ,ur.tgeii-in-eit tlo t
_,d I, ;tiemin. a- weld ;- ta 11
: *re, who. under inew P
i r*e-: ed et current I
S: -ao' ii' I dd'ded to thlt
'. . Ie. V .K ler. an 'f-'
i. rg--t I!:tni ufnacturim
':. 'lt i- vi ltnity --t:.,- *-.
t:l7.-r 'work-- ,,.uni.,r- I ,
t- ,ri'u-lvy.re-paind+ :t;
<'nr .a1:ttu iif 'tut-atl. I c,
*' W ,i --'-her apt.y ,'- i
,as .i t. "'( ir R.tilr,' J a:
iiliit utLioni the frietdi.l-
S- \ u'tii7 betwet--n our te;;-
-*tin and our hu-ine--- i.


ail L~r:? w&- l!


cnme toother railrnd tlat mightWORK IS RES MED CROPSALMOST DESTROYED.
,-'e-k P.-nsacola as an outlet to the' .....
(iulf and the world's commerce i Wi Corn, Cotton and Truck- 4 fff er se-
the nwar future. Judge A. C. Blount.
Jr.. ai.,uiiihr f.,r yearsof tihe cluni- THFCO II C RAN L merely fronl Hlood.
.y aehooil b'-ard, responded to the UC N ULL JAo,. MiAM.. April l.--Blar.d
-.ltitient. -Our Educational Intr-- peclals from several secriois of the
e-ta. capturing ttei audience withtateindiat that te th da' fl
hi- re-adV wit. an beinru heartily ap. Kilitia Is Now Master of the w tiiat.ie hr,.,.,l:,y f,.l
plauded for a loving tribute to the wrought damage gr,.atly in tx.vs of the
teacher. aof theta county. Situation. Iirt's e-limates, e p.,.iallv rt gr,,wini'
The briu f addres-. 'of Hon. H. S. crop-. iMany truck lplantatiosn are still
Lid Itn on "''Our Attractions to Vi-i- lundr water and will almt ,:;;-
t.-r-"was thla ein of the evening's MACHINISTS MAY RETURN pl-et.ly dietroy.d nnoess the wtrs r-,.
.,r I tory. hii brilliant word-painting' cedA in fw hours. Yoult corn hts
d-- e iptive of our beautiful bay at- btxn rk;Pirt il damaged e~.s-tally on th'
ttiniiin rhe rank of a classic. *("Our l'ffo'rtlls Made to S'ttle the (leveland hillside sand it is te-titiiuat t hat ,,n'-
Si-ter was epond-d t bri-tiv by the seeC planted o,,tto!i crps hliis lua wsash.il
ret!.yof t-at body bi the t absence" f I'tarn to awork--N'Ml Wlrtr lauts away in the ,wall.n trteams.
its honored pre-idalout. Mr. W. K. lRe'-imei l Operattl.ns. Thei llliii Central is iaaiin ti'd np)
Hvoer. Jr.. aild 'The Press" waA the by a fr..ight train which rtunibld i vr
su')jct if brief but eloqu-nt re- Crrov I.. iiI\:. N. Y., April l<.-I:i in thr -witch just below this l r-. anl
mark- troin Hon. J.ihn Deiiham of a" 4r:',anct. \ii thr the promi-.. made. li-t the Alllamina P& Vi,'ckbur i- --i!l tI.ll
the Peni-acola Daiy Pre-ls. i:irh;it iy ( Gen-rartl R, i,, in comniiaud ,f u) at Btakar's crek and PI.arl riv :-,. th-
i i.e 1.0ernii 1"progranm tavinm beein oO, rk h,.s l-an resurnied at Niat'iley diviso' of h Ya.>o it ii a]-
c.m pleted,lthl pr, -ldetitC lld upo i r. m at s:s-ipi Vallevr,,..l will n,,t hI, a l,e t ,
c)nI. Alt-r, and tprI-dett realpols wu et*n h ,*ru'll dlam 1T:. strik..r-, made no re-,mini, regular ti:':t!: f ,r .wvreral d.ay-
tie ii A ia a n d t hlie re s p o tlsi e w ads aO N a 1 ,),tlal(.
listene(i to a ith profound interest ',p ,,'iln on a,'-r ,rft of rii' .; ,ridge,.,
aitid keen appranr,ati.on. He spoke of A*i,,:t 5uon .n r,..erte l for duty and Fveod.
!it- literest- inll Florida. and of th- ,f m'*, un bu 1 urt on ->i w"re stne m- Five Bostle. Strovered.
pos-4abilityof an i early etlargmeo t '"- while th.' other. wre labor-ers and ME:i:.AX, Miss. April lS.-Th,, flw.l
tlle -.af. *aUd r- ferrdrly elar m to th l '".i lio work on t i- quarry trains.
dlrdefal t ferried briely to the Nm f rth elon whi r.-urted for ituatiin renimains unchangel a- to,, rail-
,vry tl.ftral iaetus gint of tohe cIot- du'yr wre strikers antid herestllfreiuain road traffic. Trains with the s'x wioiali
vtrv bn i.tteraulintere tofe rhecont a u: -[twtween 4U anid -,00, inostly Italians. of the Mobile anud Ohio north remain aln-
twiry b' thin e-ult of the recet 0 the 50 st'tlo ul Mmis whot returneit. to nulled indefinitely. Wires are' dwn to
wi:hi of hil. hearero aew tea lsyn- wurk 16 were Italans. Aps the smen stations where trains are tied up and the
pnd eloue oft tribute tro iye dis'in- were a-s wmbling at the works separate extent of latest washouts is unknown.

gushed publici-t and patriot who CAnpaniesi A and B H azde a dinm Last urel, on the Northeastern roud, is re-
had nJ'ut bien chosen to succeed ioaono the hilL This was ltos-ported oxnlpletl4y submerged. Streams
himself as U. 6. senator from Ala- sure the stribker that the soldiers woer throughout the state continue to rise.
bama-Hof a John T. Morgan. Col ready for any mergeacy. The bodies of five flood victims were re-
Man wa-oaln. invited to speak, and o rporal mes O' en of Troy, who covered this morning. The search con-
Man wa al invited to speak, and as guar at te Cable eora, tines.
did so with tellintir effect, referring hwatl ngerd t th me at daylighlat tins e
to his former residence in our neigh- enged maway 'm Traffic Has Ben Resumed.
boring state-Alabama-and the ired at u but did wo and i M'.TIr Apil 18.HTsB em d.o
fact that, btesidesbeingable to claim d at them, but did"A ndatparget. Mruoisn. April 18.-Traffic on to s
tOh.o. Michigan. and other states as the mre was tritk s t knohn Illinois Central and Yazoo and Mse
former homes, he could also claim to the men were strikeisot known. ppi Valley road has been resumed.
be a Floridian-by brevet,as it were Reports from the overflowed districts in
-because of hit possession of a de- SETTLEMENT IS PROBABLE. Miedswippi are to the effect that large
lightful winter home somewhere < n Iorts to Aimst Dlrerences Betwee forces of men are at work on the road-
the peninsula. Capt. Flagler, wh, o t beand are in condition for mov1W
was on the list for a response o Macbiahtt. and Manufacturers. trains. A peamsengr train is report
"'Our Harbor." was obliged by an CLEVELAND. April IS.-Alllndicatiowm waterbmand on the Mobile & Ohio rail-
important bu-iness engagement to points toward a change, in the situation road near Quitman, Miss. The swollen
catch the II :2:! train for Montgom- If the i hini. t' k l river and wtreams in the flooded die-
ory. and left at an early hour, as also of the nahinist sik Iu this ity tricts are now receding.
did Capt. Rois.singer. greatly to the within the next few days. H. L. DOe-
regret of all prse-.nt. eua of New York. secretary of the DR. ROMINE WILL NOT MOVE.
Among the interesting events of National Metal Trades asulciation, is
the evening wai the tinu nimous; here in oonfereuoe wi'h lcadling mann- Eflfrts of Is Neighbors to liun Him
adoption of a resolution inst-ucting facturers. Out Futile.
thie secretary to send the followingK he strikers chug to their original OMAHA, April IX.-Some time ag.) Dr. '
te-lezramr to Senator Morgan: a~~.t-ion that no ouaide machinisa can T. 8. Romine of Chadron purchased land
The Chaimber of Commerce ,of Penmaeola' be oultilned and think that Mr. Devens'
t'.inra Kr, ureting. and c.neratuldiese thenI presence in Clevelhad is sagnificant.in iu county, the northwest pet of
aind bt to enurs thp hor ttLat during lforItion from a reliable source is the state, and eablished a sheep ranch.
.ou: re.nt'w,-.l t.rtn the ret-aization of your ko the effect that Mr. Dozens is to have The settlers complained that he allowed
an'v y.iars ca 'f>nttriotic iat.,r trmay he ao -'cilnIiitetl-d 'Ii I lie'*'olmlmii.-hk'men-leI and colll-
;!1t,,ii ott i',E r tIntl.roc- tll c bhghwtiy ,af the Interniatinail Aoia(tioou ; 1)t Ma- has n"imopdized all the range. They
.ra cutniinerce., tie Nicaragua canal. 'hmuni-ttat New Yorit within rthe next rqu',sted him to move out, but he de-
At an --earlyi hour"-about 1::';, a. few dayv. lined. Recently a number of his sheep
.-tie l ur-war om --- wre found dead from pn~on. Augur
r~uL-t tle paure-weary to pacl [ arhe I. Ieiun t"plorations. holes had been bredin the jast- of his
tbr.'uirhit thi- proceed ila,.I to a close
)y drinkiniir hearty toa-ts, standing. Piri-ut..i, April 18.-Suslapen-ion of wind mills and the first stiff breeze blew c
;o t'.e Chambo-raoif ol'min-rce, to it- the. An.ieri,.an Stewl a id Wire nills of them ov'r.
Rout ine has declared he will stay and f
.-t.inztu-h'-di gtue-t-. ti Preside-nt this .tii-.ri,.r has been brief. The wire th ne tlrhs i-dtermined heh will movtay and
i.,a'Unlt and ~et'rr-;tary Wa'v *'i., anrid t-n settlers a'ndeterminutd he hall move
. -the i lovd oni+- "It lo,-i" lep.' ia't.inwutits tf tilt work are i opera- and sanrimus trouble is feared.
. t in aiui. Uard-rs have been issued for ---- --


SF.'Trtuune fav.r- the brave." It i-
l-., ftvor.alt- ?, tl: --- who purify
t.,ir blood :it tii- e-asinl ly taking
H,,d S- '8 t: iparilla.
IIA 1 :I.I L
trh' National le-ague Sea)n Opens
Ibhis Afternoon.
Ntw YoRK. April l'..-The Nation-
al League baseball -season will open
t!: i afternoons. The following games
will be played: iBrooklvu at New
York: Phiiladelphia at Boston: Cini-
catgo at Cincinnati; Pittsburg at St.
Loui-. Now that the circuit has
heien reduced from twe-lve to eiirht
c'ub,, the sea.oin will opeu- ignore
proinisinz tlhaii before. Every club
haq hb-en -tr.niirthened in nearly all
:a,,-itioiin and the club will all be
bunched nie-ar tl:e top for iimore than
half of the n.easan. and thle grand
-itand tlni-h will probably lcone in-
with posihblvy Irooiklyn. lo tiiton and
Si. -oui fighting it out aniongthen -
.-!vef..
Dal HBank no-hid Parker.
C(HICA,,o. April l'.-I)al Hawkins, i
t le crack California boxer, will meet
Kid Parker. the Denver cyclone-, at
ratters-all's for six round- to-night.
Hawkina thq height, reach and rinz
-xpertieice in his favor. and with
Sic-e adv3antaiZes should beat Par-
k+-. Parker i- c-lining to the front
re y rapidly. and h;is defeated some
o ui men. In Hawkin", ti.e wisa-
ire- ;:are-. lie- i tackling taoo third a

Alaliama lliRepublic ins.
MoNT.,ot ERMK Ala.. April lm.-Th,-
S;tibl'icaii t.ite tconventioli opened
.r,' to-dyiv. to s.ilet dele a;tes to the-
i ,tinial oi'ven-ition. I)i-puitinit fatc-
Ii r- :irr.a'iz-d with ,ecre-tary Dick
-f t! e11 tl tu<' :l aaiiiinittee o ti pr esent
I -!r izaiiin- t To : c c tii illn ttee iwho-e.
i--' i will h- final, and there i-
_
Ilaiaaliila WoiimelIn' P'reat, A.i-m'iatiani
M.a,\T.* fiER\ Ali.. April 1!' --
" a- aiiiiuai;l ',liventiinii of tihe Ala-
am 111. Pomiele Plre-- As<- i;tieinl
'iinedlihere t-.-d iV. ":id will coni-
inie" to-ii-'arraow. New-pjap.r wo-
f.re from .ill :i'tifnt the "tate are
re-u!it. Prd-'.t Mr-. ;0-arge C.
i.ill is in t'he et air.
Tennaa.-e lilpuilicanae
N 'ii\ 11.1 Teniii.. April 1:i --TI'e
,uhttlkta':i -tilte' e'.iiiveititon opened ti
.e ita d:liv. fr t!:he purp- e )t 1io01-
a.tinl: dei-l- : te- to ti e niitionial
oilvetitlo:i. a: d A il.- a <'.i didt te foir
rvIerli r. ri:l:a.,AIt t"I', IiIis-io.nii ter.
hd -lector-s.

('Claiini liJdie -kirt" and waists I
one, o4 otur -pStcialtie.. ?tar Lauu- i


tn' rniun;ption ofi te B.raddook wire BULLET THROUGH HER LUNG.
plant. All the drawing and rod depart- ---
inlet>r are to begiu at lano*. Tne nail VYouiA Latdy Attempts Suilide-IHer
nill i. nIVt .expected ,'A retiune for sev- oun , I ... .. 1.. . i-- -i- < ... i ...l -;I


er;tl w 'i l.l IL it to claiiLu :l I'. Ulul
mnariket is .tagnait. It is reportedly at
Bra'udl 'k that the oliher mill. wi!l re-
-uini iu a short time.
Miners Ac'elit Scale.
SMETYF.KSDAi.E, Pa April lS.-The
inllers of the Cutmnbekr.ad Suinmmit Coual
-uaiiipny have voted to iX'ept the cln--
puMly's offer of .5)5 cnts a tenl aud will
r-truru t.o work Thnurday. All the miners
in this region will return to work at the
-sa-me *'-alh within the next few days.

TOLBERT WILL BE REMOVED.
collector r of (',utomus and Others to
Loe Their Poitlions.
W lourIi;T,.>N, .pI:al IS.-The prx-,i-
dl'int, acting on the recomicn-ndation of
S c'r,+tary (iage, will at onte remove
John R. Taltoert, colle'tor of customs at
Charle-ton, and will appoint Robert M.
Wallace of Sunmtqr, S. C., to the va-
cancy. This action i taken opma *
recent r .port of government igen.ts in
wilach it was shown to the satisfaction
of the secretary that To lbert and o other
joffltc employ's of the Charletfon cus-
tomthouse t a reted liquor in the building
fur illegal purpose .
Wallace, it is said, will dismin-s the
deputy collector and at least aone janitor.
and jacsilaly ,,ther-4 who are alleged to
have hail a hand nlu Lte storing uf the
hliqualr. The' clerks, whoa am' pre-urnably
intinliit of wrlng doing, wi!l not be
ilitturlwd.

MANGLED BODY IN THE RUINS
Exphl-ion Kills Mewianin and )emonl-
Ished i. ll(>ffl.-e.
S : \1i. -tiY. N C., April l.-J. J
Ne'wvniai a. as killed, early yv.t-terday
1i- rini:ig by ani explo-li, n that destroyed
hL i.- fli' at Dutch ('reek. miles north
'f thi'" pl:ae. Ho was in hia oaffi-e at F
thii- l:ra- until I (,'calo'k writing. He I
ti- ri hi.l i hi-iris b hitched land bid the
vwutchmatin altolwIty. mayilig he wais izoinug
ti, IDut,'h Creek. He- left i:kin, '.-rters r
her, -.lyilg that he' wa- tirel v4 ; vulg. I
S -.ii rie passing Dutch (','.ca; last
aift rino in di(iovered that his ,oth. was
''l,,wa p. 'll inve.s:iatitioni thAm' dy
,f N.'Wuman was found n the ruins.

TO Cl'RE A COLD IN ONE DAY
i'ak I1.xxtivr Hromo Quinin- T.bl ts. A',
lruigaritt] re-fund tbhe morcv it it Iaals t. A
ra-. .E. W. tirovo's signature i- en eacL
)ax. ->. (

NUTS: !lk. PERI POUND.
Jacoby has n5i4 to 6(XK pounds of
Italian Che-tnuts and Choice Hazel-
iuts. which he is otffrin,. to close i
Cut. at la, cents per pound. 7atf


Til -.J-.,'v, Ga.. April IS.-Mis Eunuic
Owen-, the 1- y;-ar--ld xaughtr of Rev
0. 8. Owens of this plach, attempted.
suiei 1' la~t night by shooting hersel
with a pi.tol. the ball entering the lef
lung and inflicting a wound which tha
al, wtor. pronounce fatal.
A protracted meeting is in progress
at thie Methodist church and her father
had gnlpe to church. The young ladi
daclinme'l to in, and calling at the home
,of a lady friend proposed a short walk
.Ju when under a lamp, she drew the pisto
and fir.d. No cause is known for the
rash e":.
Will Meet at narnevillle.
Ari..vr.. April is.-The executive
Noiirnn;itet of tho Cu(7,nty School Comr
niitsin.ar-' aswo'iation at a meeting in
tl.e o fli'v of State Commissioner (lent
at the capital decided upon Ba rnevillf
as the place for the next annual mi,-etinl
of the association. The meeting nc"-urs
idru-r the firat week in July, while th,
ofaltluqua is in eiston thee.
Sate In Ni.vw York.
NEw YorK, April IS.-The Counteu
Festectis, formerly Miss Elen Haggin,
who was reported to have been drowned
by the sinking of her husband'-4 yacht,
is in this city. She was n 4 on the vTe-
sal at the time of thte dia.ster.
)Deatbs From Plague In ludia.
SIMLA. April 18.-The. deaths frin thb
plhgne throughout India during the lN4t
.week slightly decreFiaed in numrnbr. bat
the aggregate is still uipwujid iof 4,(00.

An Honest Medicine for La Grie>ppe.
G(eo. W. Waitt, of South G(irdiner.
Me.. say-: "I have hlid the wor-.t
coutgh, cold chil s and grip and have-
taken lots of trash of noia account but
prof it t the venidor. Chainberl -in'i
Clough Remiaedy i" the only thin that
has done ,rny good whatever. I have
uied one i-cent bottlpoind the chills.
'old and wg ip have all left inme. I
congratulate the nianufac'tirers of atn
honest inedicinie." For sile by Hain-
nah Bros. and all medicine dealer-.

SEE ROSS & CO.
ABOUT SCREE.NS.

We will sooii receive a
ine lot of patent winldoi
awnin s, wait for them.
,tiarston t' Finch.

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


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FINLAYE SAYS HE


WILL FACE CHARGE


Will Return


to Kentucky


When His Case Comes Up.

REQUISITION E"E REFUSED

(ioverntur ;imuint w 1.1 Not surrenderr
A,'v'seal to II'r'k;.um -Trial of t(ol.
sun- (upaltini I .,el,!. I'I(t on 1%it ue<-
?t.a 14d by oimIIIkiivweaIlt h.
Illi \ \ I'-.'-, A ;. .d l .- hi rl.- F in-
Live,. ,, -*r'.. -,'.;,.' ,ry of "tae'rf .a Kten-
tun'kv., xwh.,- i- ,...n hier' f;r s,veral
w ,' l h t- .. u n ,:.ti ,l ,t' t :,' iif'. t-
u'*nt b'=it .a-i 1 1-i return-' I ag'.iinst
hium an I t. ,.r K ut:a.-ky R *puiubble an-i
wa.- aii.-,i tip 'ui tmlday by the Kentucky
IR'pubili -ans iwh arev in t!, city.


IN ANNUAL CONFERENCE.
511"U~ng of 4(atlsolir Eelucators-Ister-
enting 1'sprmRaiIead.l
CH14.AO-O, April I-. -71v" ~c ~saAnd a-
nnul aolxfertu.eeat catima 'ii.'t'allagi's of
A-ien-r'a and Canaaala i- itit "e'--iou a$
-I Jv.eia high sebh o .l'h.11 otthil' e.'ty.
V-noaiiiii-ikt I thadic ct an r.repreo-
*j 1l i'-a.rlv all th' 1- 41 lle'es
-1' ci-,at' I vare-In in rtaiial~n- NL in o
tI.'- .m-'r- i :.t,ivo !wct;)r,,;, r ,I asit -u6.
.s in 'Alit It are -of lrm.joranr~ ~- -, to fLh


i k- I. Ill'5
Sit .iv~ aivig a t t 'rl- ii t, i~.ti 'us'f

i-llla- eau.-.-t.d~~I-: a- U it r- u l

lii' I .... 'a aI'l t.. LF ."c:io. '-!f
a .'; yea' iu-- '*.ti 1t n mii. i


malt lit 'of th,' eont.-* a la Iii r'A his


"I uintel,! to r.lurn t.o r-ntur to K1n1- TO BUILD RUSSIAN RAILWAY.
tucky and tuaov tLe iudietnients again-tt
ile," he .-ail "My mind ha' aUot been Am Ier'i'ans .Go to :Europe to ('ompete
changed by -he news of the indictment. For ('ontraet.
I have all h. nig intended to go blek to PIPILADEJLPUIA. April IS.-E. F. Wal-
my state. I Canunot sav just wh.-u I oker mof this city and J. H. McCleary of
shall go. probably not until the trial on : iicimnd, representing prominent cap-
the indict 'nt, for I am not willing to itAlists of Philadelphia and Richmond.
go back and be thrown into jail. When i liailed today frum New York on the
the rime for the trial comes, however, steamsnhip New York for Southampsoa.
shall go to Kentucky and defend myself They are authorized to pledge bond fmr
against the unjust cAarges they have any amount of money net'eumry so U-
brought against me." cure the contract for building the pio-
Mr. Fin lay saId further that be had ct ilrod from St. Pemterb t o
uo doubt that he would have been Ohalf the Russian empire tvrom mnorthM
thrown into jail like Powers and Davis halfthe sian empire from orth
were in Lexiugton, if it had not been is utn that the n.w rai
simply by change private interests had IS 1 ndeWrtood that the noew th*an
brought him into Indiana. oanot bonrctd for e a $,-
As to bhi belief ad to whether Beck- 000000- Should the contract om to
ham would make another attempt to re- this country the resosble posism it
move him frnm Indiana by requisition 'the actual constrmcton of the
Mr. Finlaye politely declined to talk. will be filled by Americans. Atzhmd
of departments for the planning ad= al
foremen required for the laying of the
CANNOT ARREST FINLAYE. railroad wil beto taken from Americmn
Governor Mount Willu Iefuse Requisi- officerss ad workshop and only Amert-
tioni of Governor Beckham. can material will be used.
PRANKFOurT. Ky., April i.-It is be- MUTILATED BODY IS FOUND.
lived here that there will be someHead ered, Limb Broke
trouble in securing the extradition from TinHead k vered, LInto Bits.roken
Indianapolis of ex-Secreta- r of Stater n ., .B-.
x tary o to VANcorvER, B. C., April 18.-The
Charles Finlaye, who has been indicted angled and mrilated remal s of Al-
by the grand jury in connection with the mangled and muti, htd r o ns of l-
murder of Goverunor (,abel. exander Main, chief of police of Steve-
Governor Mount of Indiana has re- .)n, has been found in a grave near a
fused to recognize requisitions from cluster of Chinese shacks 2 miles from
(Governor Beckhamu and Governor Tay- Steveson. Main has been missing smoam
lor will not be asked to make the requi- Sunday, when he went to one ol the
rion by the Franklin county ofli.ials, be- Chinese cabi to search for soe mie-
caume that would be a requisition of the ing tools believed to have been stolen.
',nte.st.., who ha..s an adverse' decision Main's head had been severed from the
from the' state courts. bolly, his arms and legs broken in smv-
c- ernil places and the trunk hacked into
COLSON PLACED ON TRIAL. malll bits. Two Chinese are under ar-
apta olden Apear ltne rest charged with the murder.
Captalu For Prosecution. are loated canneries, and during the
FRA.Kroi:T'. Ky., April IS.-The tak- anmnmg seaan hasa a floating pop=lmo
n ,,of testimony in the Coldsou trial con- of .3.000 tor ;,00( Chine.W. Indians and
moe',-d this mrnrning iu the circuit. l'tJ"^' _____
urt. RECEIVER IS APPLIED FOR.
The first witness inttrodu,-.l hvy the I.lackwl .- Ask.
,. Blwakwell "Buobur, C company y A
nomnonwealrh waS Ciaptain B. B. (; ilden, -, .


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e who was baUly shot during the dual and
who is siuppo.-.ed to have entered tht
4 htel office with Ethelb-.rt Se'itt.. G ol
r don testified at length as to hii' where
v about after arriving in this city up t
e the time aof the shooting.
G alden said he left Scott at the cigar
I stand and started across the ofti,- tio the
l main entrance. Did not know whether
Scott wa following him or not, got
almost to the door when he' saw <(oLon
arise from hisr chair and heard swame one
moving rapidly behind him.
S "C'q, ,o k steady aitu and fired the
. firs ot, said the witness. "but I don't
know who tired the second. I was shot
in the back while trying to get out of
the room."
In the cross examination nothing new
was brought out and after two hours on
the stand Captain Golden was excused.

ELECTION IN LOUISIANA.
l)emocrats Carry st.te by Large Ma.
jority-Light Vote Polled.
NEW ORLFANS, April I1.-The Deimo-
crats elect every one of their senators
and representatives. T'he storm inter-
rupted couainniui'a' ,,n with mniany f
tlr euuniry ili-'rri, ? tf sich retturnr-
is have be.in re'-cived inI!:'-ate Demo-
cratic majoirii.-e, and it loks a.- thIi,ugh
the two I kpunhlian tlike-t togethitr had
r,- e':'.el niat over I l',ai ) v te-,'a a Je'ini -.
( rict, it niay''rity of : t,. 1.
Th'i total v tf.e %will "<-ar'a'ely ar- d *'*.-
aoo) ni tiiin-;t 21)7.a i') a year a,' a 'i, vi witil
a t.,tal re.isitrarin ,f 14i,/ .
Til; tate teniate wll I } t- una':; -'.!v
-i r ,t ana ithe ti- use t :.', :,i.. n -
l.a WviIl ai'- iitna l ;lin i>r tait hn- Prc-"'-' "i-r
.iu.i t'rw l<-.pIulili,.bna Thu a, --Iri-.' tr.m'
r- ....la'i in a tf M 'Enerv ti the- nt ;,. '
. rtate- ar l M .t F.,'-ter tnl nt. a e.ia n a-
ator < rafTfny.
D)eimocrat?. ( rry Newv Haven.
N:w HAVre. April I .-Thie annual
election of city and town otfler# result ,
in a c.,mplete vi'tary tfor th.- I),em. rai
was voted for. The- D -iu,,'ratli- maj ,ri
tie-s mi-ngotri trm .IN to, 2.:,F3) arid ar,-
the largest in years. The I),m.n- .rat-
have control o(f both bran,'he. ,-f the-
cuumLulmoa cjiunmral.
Illlnol Lieense Floettions.
CiircaG,,. April 18.-Of 14- ,'ti.s,-
townl and villages in Illini 7o. 70 vread
against hienise, 5.5 for litene.. J,]liet faor
high and Lokville for low. Republi-
can. carried 11 of the 1 communities in
which party lies were drawn.


CHARLFST<4 April is.-Application
. 'has been made before United States Cir-
- cuit Judge Sirnonton for a permanentre-
ceiver for the Blackwell Tobacco comn-
x pany. The American Tolc.co company,
owning a majority of the stock, claims
that W. A. Gulbrit., a stockholder. is
C trying to have the North Carolina legi-
latnre pass a bill to repeal the Blackwell
(cinyipitny's charter, arid to have an Un-
friendly receiver appointed.
The nmotin is meant to have the
affairs of the company wound up and
aild under order of the court. Judge
Sinirvnton took the matter under advise-

Will Bore For Oil.
CFTTTAIOONCA. April I4.-A new com-
pany has been formed at Dayton, Tenn.,
for the purpose of continuing the work
Sof boring for oil in the til belt 4 mile.
e'ast of rmDayton. The company wil be
known as the Richland Oil comny,
anud will bore 2.000 or 38.00 feet depr
in the well which has already been makl
to the depth of 1,000 feet.
Ilabonle Plague Appears.
CAII:,<. April !q.-Thle luhbani, plague
i: roetw.'-te- r, have' ',nwlo it-, apparaoa
at several ports on the R'd W.-a.
If 'roubled with rheumatism, give
Chiiaiiberlain's Pain Balin a trial. Ic
will not cost you a cent if it does no
zood. One application will relieve
the pain. It also cuires -pr-4in-, and
brui-es iin one-third the time re-
,jnired by any eoth-er treatment.
Cuts, hiring, fio -thite-. qiliuaey,
paiin-i in thMe side and chm--it. wlandu-
mar aintdothir swelling- are quickly
a'ured by applying it. Ev.ry bottle
vwrrritrt-d. Price. 2., aald 5-) cta.
l-'.,r -l.te by Hanrilih l;ras. aiin all
;ne dicine dealer-.
FINE POULI.TRY.
At I'. ('erner's Poultry Yard.
I ani naw ready teo -||II e,'- for -et.
lri.a trian tihe followij : tre--ale o-f
"*ickIemi-: Itark Bralihmais-. lParridge
',ehina. Light Br.r, inaa-. VAl:ite
c('ochiim, Ply iNiith IRocks. Brwii
Lehi.ihorii, Wyndiot'-. M1y towl< are
rain the- vv-ry b--t a;r,,iias to be
'ourai. and I invite th- piiblio to call
'irld( -e-e i;iy poultry y 'ard-ehauta 7I)
tiner faowl- oin hai d. -tt,, a f 13
e"zg s foir I..',,. Loai 1-": C..:..t .
a" tf Matuuger.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900.


CURES WEAK MEN FREE. BRITISH FAILURE IS


Send Name and Address To-day--You Can CHARGED TO BULLER


Have It Free and be Strong and

Vigorous for Life. 6


INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME.


L. W. KNAPP, M. D.


completely braced me up. I am ju-t a,.
vigorous a- when a >I.y and 3)(u can not
realize how haoupy I am.'
S*-Dear bir:-Your meihol worked beauti-
fully. Results were exactly what I n-ee-d,d.
strength and vigor have complete ly re-


irned and enlargement is entirely at,--
ctory. "
'Ieftr Mlr:-Yours was received and II ad
n trouble in making u*s of lie receipt as
reacted and can truhliftully ly ay it I a booni
weak men. I ain greatly improved in
ze. strength and vagor."
All cuerresponidence is strictly conflden-
al. maIled in plain sealed envelope. Tbhe
celpt is fr- for the asking and be* wants
'ery man to have it.


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How any man mayor quickly cure himself
afteryears of suffering from sexual wuak-
s.s .lnFt ritaltit. night losses. vartcoceite.
etc..and enlarge -mall weak organs to full
sisenadvigor. Ninply send yourna'neand
iaiddre to lIr. L.. W Knapp. : Hull
BuIlding. Ietroit, Mich.. and he will
gledlysfnd thedfrer receipt with full direc-
Iabonso that any man Way ea-ily cure him-
elf atbome. This is certainly a m-nst gen-
trosoffer and the following extracts taken
from hll daily mail show what men think
of bt agneromstvy.
-Dear 8tr: -Please except my sincere
tbaakefor yours of recent date. 1 have
flTs yeaor treatment a thorough teat and
Liltbeaeft baa be n extraordinary. It has


Teaching aH er** Trieksa.The spider and the T"IUnKl reosL.
YTo can. with patieuce, teach your A gentlein was recently watching
horse politeness- to bow to an audi- some spiders, whe.n It occurred to hit
oxe, to say "No" with more or less to try what effect the sound of a tur
clstonloL to kiss you or even laugh. Ing fork would have upon them. II
The animal may Ie tauchit to bow by suspected that they would ta:i>e It fc
tapplng him on the lba Be bends his bead lu trying to avoid large. ugly spi ter tl:t half le*(-n feast
the annoyan(-e. Thie trainer ceases the Ing oun t:es for about two months. Th
tapping. cares,.s hiim. then resumes sTphler wa at ione eldge of its we!
It tlH he repents tlih low. lie is again Sounrding the fork. the man touched
rersvedl andI pri','-,sl with a carrot tlthreadl at the ether side and w::tche
or something of which- he is imirticular- the rPrsult.
ly fond. At lust It colnes aiolti that Mr Si;ider hnuau the l1uzzu:u sountn
he "Ibows" ii.ni an it i Velll ut of the cuv..' Ito tn over his telelpi!on
whip toward his ;ac.k. wires. I,:t i. w w avI hlie to knew or
To teach a horse- to say "No" a pin which tart;,.:i.r v.;;e it was travel
ip fastened to tl.- I.utt of hli whi. A. ing' lhe: In tg. <- r ofthe -cltr (if the we;
slight scratch 1. gil un to the horise.-s' v'Tery quiil'. v :a1l fill a :r, l t:ritil hi
withers. about where thl, cllar would tonlll'1'i t!li, trh-.n l .aiintt the ot!hl
be. At this he sh:Iikes his head and end! of w'!i.h tl!h fork was soiindlin;Z
son learns to shake it wlhreover hli then. taking;, :anoth.ir thread alonz. ju:s
*Ge the butt of the uwhip clio.ng neair as a I:ianau woutl al!t al .xtr:a ice
his withers. i rope he' ran out t t: w fork andri i-ran::
The trainer teaches the anninmal to upIn it. T!-ni h' r .; re.; t.edl a 1,:1. %a
kiU" by feeling thima vihli apipl.s frnt antnil h,",ati. :l to f,,ork. Ie' was pPz
ht mouth. gradually i.sos ning tlie size 7z-.l1. !! ::1l expect ,1 to tind a l.,izz
of the apples till the horse does the Ing f y. Then. '-lage to say. he co
trick without any. or he puts salt, of on the f)rk again nnl d:aneled with ile,
which horses are very f.,nd. on hisi IIg1ht. Evidently the sound was musil
che&, and the aui:mal naturally licks, to hlim.
It Off. I killed.
Be Is taught to laugh hy g'ntlly forp- I ".\n.tr," he said though;fu;lly, "short
llg the butt of the whip iti at tih' i'le ens life."
of hsl month. th. n pryttin: l:iz inouinth S eho looked nt hint s'iarp!y.
open with It. ('rinsses and;I carrots fo.l- *.It nso." he went onl. spoils bepnaty
low. tiU at I1.t htil sll-lihtst tamotion of It has an exe.ptin!ially injurious efteci1
the butt toward hia mouth m:ikes thii on a lprettcy face."
dpen it. Il do's not really laugh; he ".|(,!hn II<-nry." she exclalin'ed. "--hat
grins.-Good 1Words. Is it you want to say to lie? W1h:ti
provnlin su.gestlon ha iveP yul to !nIkt
A ClSeg .e Street car Epliode. now? For what oenf,,sie rilling in (1,do
rangers ou tiltr e.lt Iouii h imil Arch.ir ute co,y :.re you pavi;:;.,t he.
avenue car were throw m into i pai t Uc .v'"*
one ilght by thl' piro-ui.'t of a h1Millup.' Then ie knew trat all hIs preenu
At the sight of a R wilil %.yie inin jerk- tio,'.is wre uslss1 a I hat he u
Itn the hell roi antul louri.shinig a litl ,oas w.4l !.ave t,,i tier in the first pI,.e
Tvolver tinid wvo'lltn sought shelter that she woutll hal.ev to wait a month
behind brave ni,, for that new l ontet.--4'hicago Post
Quiet was r-. ':ore'd wihn the r'eil
calle of the distuirlca;ncC was I.':r:u,..
aw of thei r i The Poinet of View.v
('.a Ir I had 'i a 1i t ( t The T .ir- in t IIandil ;i-urinied1 hs
switch trncks alt .'slit'l ir'cIsi Iaveu\ !t, in
m o-t I \.r.ai1t1:Z !>--p, the conductor askiei I. a111:111 f.r i [tirm 11 t! u. i:- Ia.
fare. Ie to.k a $.1 lhil und .as abniout .
to make atn' ln Ie saw t!.. t u l." s:l L. "'that
p !'9 11 ri n- Ie 'r i fl#,,w owilthtv!e as,
wa nrlltg lights : .al. ,i';'>ii r t i- h .'- rr.h u I :'ti tt i. ns
-'W ait 3 It a,:)t i" h ie S.li ttil d1a, 1 ni t a.il tr: <- i ic
ed a1s ead 1 ith li ; 1:t1111.r .. : *: : ,: t
" tqt, tht. .` 1:" ` .,!0310 1 rU 1,ii::' ,.
p flit i t rai r:: 't:', !: :',! !:r i h,., H[ i- i .': .!: '! he
e lssi'n -r. i\ Io S.'\ l:the C 'o iiit,]:'t r :!i I
( : .,! <. -t 1-. *!t .ir %% f .:,'. II;
In 2. t!is." ,ix ::. ; : ... t O 'ii : Ii (. a sui-;:araI Vlvn .:al z1:irf-
b Ie s ,at i'> m.o T
.. (n u .t'r :l I t'a\v :i\l':i DL ,trot
Tif wa. lIe uf!iaim'p mnan halil .
Wf ita< ietl thl fri'rt.t o' r ar!' lilt' c :irou
f.hti< di ,:t 1l t-.. ::l;l''Ior. wto w:.s.' The IRetl Thins.
ai:'n,t ; tl i o I '- r':i: i latforain. '[li' .T,,? ,' y i, !, ".**, n :"i" ''. -
;Giebser a;'"Tr tr*-l t ."t'.; from thle i.:ir. ~!'' ,-::.1 i .., :., l ttr 11 :in slte it'es
I'ut f,'i.int iT ::.'T"" '*!' !.',-n ;:s of t .' 5 a'It
Archetr nvien t.e Imir:! .u stt t-.illr>t Tia'n i-:' l- -" '" '..' '', ,.i:.v t." ..--i'!.'>V. ""y.
be Dixaii a:ni l Wh-em !e -oilu ;: ,I:: r ru0a i li.i' wit'i a ninl I.i' le '' ..t I- t '.hr:k. shli' :i< Our
polite "lon't for..'t your cLa.:u;i;. sir." oa)"i. r lon, ha- e -ti- witi your<.
-Chicago R-cord. !.! ,!:::\ (<-,.rt :l, ti -ol: \V'.hat of
o 4 H. ahr in T w that V.1i are :i.nt .i.:ir ,ut a sa.ltia l.
The grertt* healer .of in -dein (-oIly. :inyw : .1Yv And Itettyv's (iiy :a trial
time@ iq BANN R ISALVE. for eut.. stls, rilition: But I amn the real thing'


wouands. sore, piles ,nd all skin di--
,*Ses. It i- guaranteed. W. A.
D'Alemberte.

C-A 3mT.lX

aws f L"f&N3Sw


Co. a feet itmery in 1). 20) and 30-cent


-Life.
A Real Maeot
"What Is an exit, pa?"u
"Exit. Fredidy? Well. It is a Latin
placard hung around on the walls in
theaters and opera houses to keep peo-
pie from thinking they smell fire."-lu
dianapolls Journal.


Running sores. ulcers, boils, pim-
ples. etc.. quickly cured by BANNER
SALVE, the most healir;z salve iii


London Holds Him Responsi-

ble for Reverses.

IS SEVERELY CRITICISED


Huller, Warren and Thurneycroft Rep-
rhitmaded by Lord Roberts-Boers
Driven from Trenches at Warrenton.
Disentions I. Their Army.
LoxuioN, April I'. Lord Roberts'
Sriticisnis of General naller, General
Warren and Colonel Thorneycroft con-
r .uue topics of general interest. All the
afternoon papers comment at length on
?.-e strictures of the British commander-
in-chief mi South Africa, praising Lord
Roberts for his frankness and specun-
Ltuig upon what the publication of the
dispatches at the present moment por-
t Some of them maintain there is noth-
ing left for General Bailer but to resign.
The St. James Gazette is particularly
sathiug. Referring to General Buller's
report it says. Never in the history of
A.-atie did it happen that generalkw.,rib-
til-d their confessions of failure and de-
1 r.t, uof useless deaths of men and of
l.c'r dit tio the ftlay in a nmnner whi "
-aggests a cartful, aelectiou fromtu
fiirc.d j m-ularity of the funny man, I
Jlangy chatter of the horsey wouiau a
Iie ..til.', of the the tmuuki:igr'.,omu htue
i t:t 'vu'tiiug.
Thl- G1,,l1. (i.-chinrs tiat "a more pitt-
* re v-,ord oif i lof i-tAo' in plan and
o i'fl*-...l ii i exticutiOln we Li ave .1lliit
ra.." ;and add., that what little r-puta-
"tin U!ieral Buller had left has b-en
'-attered to Cth wiinds.
Practi'ally no drv'lopni.ruts have
iwen replirtAd so) far in today's S-outh
Africtn cabl,.s. A dispatch from War-
"t t nitn, datcd Tuesday April 17, says:
Finding he Boers busvi making new
irm 'nhOs we exploded lyddite shells.
f, il.wing up tn.ese with the M'tximi.
T eir aiubulatvi'i was afterward seen ont
te slapt. Pr-sumably neither side ha:.
ringed any distinct advantage tufar a--
kniowa.
i)ltsentlin Amonng Boers.
MA'-nr:r, April IS.--OlounlDalgetty's
casualtis since he has b.ien Iix.ieg-d at
WVepener have been 20 killed and 100I
wounded. The Bier lowfes am reported
to have liecn considershly heavier. Af-
tr taue night attack on April 12 the dead
: wre left on the field, where they still
!ie nnburied. There is a conflict of
pinionn among the leaders. Some want
Sto attack again, while others rcfnse to
d.- so. Desultory cannon firing and
"snipping" continues. The Caledon i
ringg which arms the Boers, who are
now on both sides of the river, aud might
be cut off if the strea n was to betome-
flooded. Five Boer guns are believed to
be disabled. .


HER.'S YOUR CHANCE.
Iron, Woven Wire and O-namental
Fencing for All Purpoise-..
[am agent for the largest manu-
facturers in the world of everything
in the way of plain and oruiainental
iron and wire fencing, ,ettfee. va-es,
etc. There is nothing in thi-A line
that I cannot supply and at manu-
facturers' prices. erected in durable
and workmanlike manner :nd at
utch low prices that you will ho i-a-
toiii;h,.ed. I supply anything from
aI plain wire farm fence to thie
most expensive ornamental cemetery
fence; cresting for towers, tree
iruards, ornamental settees, bs:e-
inent windows. wil(iocw gaards.
hitching racks, weather van te.-., vet
wire poultry yard fencing. Spl;ae'-
will not permit me to enumerate ll
the. styles I sell. but you caln see
illustrated catalogues and get esti-
lmates by applying at Win. Johinson
& Son's hardware department
I,;lm A. J. VWATKINS.
Call for State Convention.
C'1t' for a State I '*mncratic convey ntlon to
I. it'-d ia Jt cksonville, Flit..Tu I -oh .J .Ia
ii#. Iwoi:
1lTi. democratic pnrty of the -tiref of -ilor-
1aii will hli ld ri state -<'n\ t-ntion it Jack on.-
i ou iO Tuesdiay. June Iv, at 1:. iauun, for thi-
fa.il o nit puriiost-es.
To clt n'e del'-gat~t to reprfc-nut!' S!'tattrT
in the national democratic convention, to
leh lild at Karas Climy. Mio...) luiv 4. lvIi; to
nmimlnlite candidates for the oflih' s ,f tiov-
ernltr, oni Juctice of the mupren;ei i' ,lrl.
a reo retryy of State, Attirrn-.-,' -A-i' -r;-l.
I io ipt rll',lTr. Truaburur. du eii tt-r i i ilt
'uulhlof Inst ritioun. (' ,utlure.*,a IRttlroad t'onitn -ti-oner for t!i
terni oft four years., foir 'Presi(lntall M*'ecl-
or.- and four alltenri.tes. to if,* vote-d for at
lihe next regular -tate electionn. and to<
t ni i',-,t uhli oi her btusitw'su as Imay conle
tio'ore t li tonventiotn.
1 itI diffetrelat CouIlti 111i th t' at,*,* w:li
-en I dilegates tio lthi- convi.* tton iiuti-)n t!i '
frn' 'iw :1ig t>A ,.-te fr '<'.i one' tli nd u-dl vit-.s f'o t for
te a!i l ati cli lslon tlihn state il'ke '. ii, ir--
,'. a. tl 'he hlihli-t liinil'r .f via .- lit It-
a- i'a! uIt. it.>n of 1-:*. a. l t us' o n t- ia a inuoda-!
\, f.,r tl- trnction It >(.Ce- th ifereof
1 t limouniii to fifty or inmor'- 1 i'
, ,iia it w-e i.,' tiw o i l oitwe(i tna litaioli r- i-
nl oa- ..l'-c'm of I-'- in fmiy '. -ni y hat
a-* i itT' a- I e hi icolu: t at '- 1iia 1ra l !. I !*
S .I t;l en title' to Il -pl v-**'e tatol l A f111:-


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Leon
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Pcol uman


Wahliingtion


1li- country., will select their delegates in
any mnanner which may be considered best
liv thtie people acting through the party or-
atinnial.tton as rw'ugniled by the last state
,'or.vention. All democrats are invited to
pirtlelpate In th- selection of dei-eat-.'
lher-to including those who have become
(iualt'ited to vote since the last election.
Thechairnian and secretary of each coun-
ty convention held for thu. purpose of elect-
ing delegates to the state convention are*
reqiu.sted to .,-ind to HoD. W. A. Rawl%.
-hairmtan. Tallaahssee. Fia.. a written or
p stnted copy of the proreedingics of uuca'
'.'unty convention. toge-tb'hr ith a ar off
' hi name- of the county executive commniit-
*'.-, .n which should be designated the
5-!ha:rnian and secretary of suc i conmtulittee.


IDiIy's ALAIRA,
*^-rFeverms, Chlt CouBs M.
9-Coldl, ypep"t of wht-
pul evir form, quickly cured
I- tv taking DUFF'S Malt.
Maff A tablespoonful in glass of
water three times a day.
A At druggists and grocers.
W skey u -vare of nitattiuo.

A flefutntlionn.
If .'s w.hat r -. > l go o d,
T, ril .r t .r .
n~ ,tr
r JA


T!.j r', !*- i y i.:1 I r .:rat.Il
.r k a.1 u tic i." : 'wan r,, .'.
P.' .;. r,.:-t. i rrf e n 'r:;.;.'al.
'..l t. r ... ;.: ... -Life.
On a Cattle Bloat.
"; g ,ver t1 Pari'-"
"Yel'. G..ing. ,ver it the steerage of a
cattle .,r. t."
"I sh1 ,il! think you'd et afraid to go
In the ste.erage."
"Aft;r:. "The ('-eers."-('lcvelaIad Plain Dealer.
A Popular Drive.
'"Ah ne. I htaue been driven to drink,"
en say. libut. sake alive.
The' g-reerlt% act as if
ifhcy ta< e::jy)ed thO drive .
-Hultimnure American.
Modern Improvements.
Writen--Y po't.
eIhr.uni liow's that ?
Writemi-Hle says his "'< c:-as" is an
auitoinDdile.- Baltimore Aii;:rickan.


Chase. H. Turner,

+--ARCHITECT*

--AND---


General Contractor,


Building. Repairing,. Mante! and Grate Setting. Plumbinb,:. s- .* ,
a: d Gas Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
r'Artisti- D-sirna,. Estimated. Plan- and Specificati.n- .
ing ut All Kiuds, Prepared on chort Notice. -'
E V-A Large and Carefully Nelected Stock of Fine Mantel- t
TiliDg of All Kinds, Bath Tuba, Closet and Household Appliaiw, l -,. :
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345.


-----THE




Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PREsID)KNT.
T. E. WELLES.I
VICE- PRESIDE ENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFER
C'A: 1 : i ..
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. (."A>, I .


DIVIECTORS:.
r. E .MnuFaISHER.
K~. J. Wt 1-fITMI ~iE. JIIHv F. PFEIF'FER,
L. 1-;ILFON GRKE-N.


A General


of medicine that goes in a
prescription filled in thi' store i-
perfectly pure. Pure drugs mean a
speedy recovery. Poor drugs mean
a relapse. You want the best. Let
us fill your prescription. and supply
other medicines, \V. 'I. (Green & Co .
"The Prescription Drnugis-t," 37 S
Palafox street. Phone 3.4O.

CONGIFISSIONAL CONVENN ION
For the First Congresuional District.
Call for a democratic convention of the
first co ilorl Ja. to be held at Tallabapsee. Florida,
Wednesday, May aith. A. 1I. i1").
Tne dnmocrat.c party of the first congre'-
slonal district of the state of Florida, will
hold a e, ngressional convention at Talla-
hs'e-e on Wednesday, May .Witbh, at '
o'clock noon. for the purpose of nominating
a candidate for congress from said distract
to the rifty-seventh congress of the United
States. to be voted for at the next election.
and to transact such other business as may
come before sa d convention.
The difTerent counties in the district will
send delegates to tlie convention upon the
tollowiitin htapi. of represeutatifn: Onedel-
,'ti" for each Itn vites cast for the candl-
(iit, for congress In s tl dii nct it n the elec-
tio) for v' niiro-siiin i hltld In Isrt, and one
aduitinitl vott- for thie fraction In exce-s
i'ere-or 1,L-i it amounts to fifty or more.
I lie',, in(tet has also allowed additional
i ,,.,..- ;iti on where tile v te fo r con-
.- *-A.i.; i was Incrteasdt' i Ht thi' *iottiiii o(
I in anvy cotit y. The cotnti ,s undtftr
this rule %il ber i.titlidl to r, lir -n Intation
as fo:. w .


C..llta :Ia,
Fi- ro KI :
tiI I I-i~ ~i
.1 --at-ier-cii
Leo


('it ruq
Eil'c'ailonnl
2 11 411-Imnuirta't
4 .1 ai'ik-fiil
I.e limtlu-r I -
3 N .i inirue
4 -Poulk
7 Waltlou


Th- eCisti-tii- will so-lect t hoir df-legates im
akny ritui n. a % itI ihnnty lhe cti~iside re hi *1.t-
by Uie peo-ple actilig thriiugh It lie pmrt or-
gantiizfttuios ss rtcoagnied iby IttheIaist con -
d re...aanhii comaven (ton. All fdeimocrmitt atr,
iavivitt to pparticipaste iii the -oiteviimi(,It
di h.-zatte4 Uae-reto. Incluilitig 1:11i--e wth'.
lttst el..taivimla. n i.dtovlv i~. ~
'I ia. vhaa;i-ri An at;il scre-ttr vcif iach o'iai

lleaaem simi clmiirn:,n. l-oaij. 'oiut.
ci't -utif (of cdi~itiil- t.ci"ia
cr'iuiiait 1!1 u'A IIh ii -Itu..L0i '' 1 *l*')i(Lu.-'
tlte vhikiriii;.u iiad ,e&-i *r v Of %sutlC01c11i
R ~ I a~( VAt I1.. ( 11181i1ua.


JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
(IIJy PROPERfY. F'AIRrNIT

FOIR SAF1. E
boars Pheed at R~easonable IRates


THE

Place F

Buy(


Choic


GRO(


Banking Business Transacted.


Vp. AccountsW Handled on Favorable Terms. Rx.

Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


TE PIONEER LAUNDRY OF lEST FLOiDa!I
11


SHOWING A CLEAN F'R EASTER MORN

is an eas.-. thing to d,, w .:
your linen has been done up !: :r
perfect methods, at such low ; -
as we renovate shirts. collhir- ..i
euots at. Irreproachable li an.-'
be t and cheapest way to -! .
ward signs of bein4. a .i *,.:
'The most careless man wa'- -;
linen, when laundry work i- (1I. r
such prices as at the St.ar ., .
Ladies' Shirt Waist -: --; ,


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
rLEPHONE 114. 87 Z. GARDEN 87
fWi*r'-,'.D. CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-M
WALT1K1R IN ORAHM Manager.


E8TA lAtT.-i **-- 1868.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
I DEALRU I 0

Ship Chandlery and General hardware,

08 AND 605o PALAIFOX STREET.

REVFP.F CO(PPR I'OMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 1 O, 40 N
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8EL & SON'S PUMP'
eavt Groiard s. PaIts. Sli. WIvtical lastrmiests, harts, lickors, Chils

C( M,,Ken7zie ( ..ri:m (Alc, ti:u, Agent for Hir Pilots' P..i.v .


TAH1 HHINF ACADEMY ( Fr tSICI

%l~, EVELENE M. HE!N':. Pu..ic pal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIC. A-,' 'tant.


CUME YOURSEL"'
hI 1:4


nu ep. d' s-'-'* 1a4. A,,.
~ ~ ~ n :n.u.

FAVORITE L5K( !ION BELII'9


or Pensacola
llew-tiny (Cgr,?,i-pl'i
ers to BuyV3Balsam of ,
O'bebs and Injecti

SmedLea wtFam ilyht
erumc POILDVYALLDHLGGISTT
V R DT R-".. ..
-*, -. .,=


LJJJAULL~J I


-IS AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


--OF-



HE$TZ & O.,

e)-120-122-40
K GfvArnv m en t Street.


l~rdii~i.d ,. dlPli..cianlla4 ZItjrc
v ~*r:,.-Oluts.1% fres- from adutl-
ter oit I.
Geo. Pleiffer, Agent,
PENSSA(OLA.
Try It fn Tru a16 aIrr 9,1pi~.

) Traui,.Mark. c1tlRES
TOOTHACHE, EMHCEE
ad NUI
tn a miiant I'ill cdrrXXlats or
The Ti-in Mediral C o.
I 2--A BRm iuwsyrN..w York.


!E~rR4hL PILLS


% CM*TgR* MGLI~SH'
ABay.u,'*Idi
w' w m. 3 3allGed
iil hi.. 4n b ab... T re. f h. U
Smuts it.is lOL ~ U jeft I eq w,.r sd
? a...say r .. [We"


-Tj--


TIE DAILT i1Wa.


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EVERY DIMPO


RIX M.

Molthis


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THE DAILY NEWS: ENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19 1900 8


TAILS OF THlE TICKETS


Specui~atiof as to Vice Presiden-
tial Candidates.


%%I14 ~~lLL U THE RUNNING KITES

rie t, numimaticona of McKinley and
1"e LeAad Their Respiective
Ialtc tun~ceded.-Liffe In Moal..
sand Wheeler.
,~Aphril191q-Special.] -
,~ '.~ittely exjt4ted el at
1: It~zdey wil tw rcuounlnat-
1e'aA iu!iA'iuus and CIolonel
I -ni,-jce-rato. tbe rman wahe
1"'Sgrit~dentjail e.aud.-
I., *aiot and prive' sut,-

a-i t4 to 1w f,11,11141
:.'-e'w to lee '% cry

a a s N MISS elt
4", e ci1.31 fit, 10.
z.~i.~jaflnot
11 U. ti t 1. 1l1'

- ac e1an .,~adi
I -. i.L








all IS~icit '~ 'cr

%v .tlg1q.1 Up hi6 l )4 ** *%* m
%1*V ,j ti- Ic. ita m act e
nmiluIfomMa.:t:te, as lngis .
'. and .a mDttrthaJ& .tcccL; sI a
eec l t i ive Al- v~aee 'r
I tinu~w eAlof er at toik IN-eijte
twioiletwithUI.rlie e We naw of
Varu .. e.L~e'ir is (Inci of t ill. t~

14oitojrm InWaidiiC'.lie an re.

4, i1aur rma I~. lalilaslong asl:-lq
,,tiw--. ndtat Iiiwstor tha iof.sw1ar
-*11And wbit lotmtIn ~ oe apl
bairt e A, tua,. .il -iA -At 0.:,il~ l
Th~lae Iee-niowucu 4tindti, eln
wiek atwlith,:r:-:I theuamRD,

La' "it a.
3:-4,111141 1 lit- I li !At s
II'll, but 4. t Arel a0d: !')[ I Al u:l





;:--I lica .cf cii, heIe .e."a ai c I "
N'. re : tiAhlf r l iea, ~ ae 'ai
*- 'Wuit. ueaWadiere Leatth leters.
-.11 1l*1ceL an \-c: i 1,:1&1, AliLe ciIT,
-i kl II *1 ii :e i J:a i~ e .
Ofeue i e~i~:.I a .


C A cv tl tail and U1L -Ucii p-












I av 'a. ,Ic13 it 1 Aa,

at t(F i Ilian aal'ta




N -1,pal ~l ht,'I a .ea
a 1).a Hoff, lal ..
no.willatfurnish *roui
'Ia e elvi '_"aaa et


termed into a ,roup of members. "Gen-
eral." said one. "are you making ar-
ran*.,n, ,'ns with the speaker to be
wovuru iL':" "No." answered Wheder.
v ih is not muc'h of a joker; "we were
t v i!-: l ,l a Ilct- n st niwthiltl else.. The
c;re-;;*l." ~:'il the sIeaker siztnilticantly.
i s bt.m I;.:;:-h re-,:irld for the' prtiprie-
ti .. a:If '!, pr. e :it s.tllatiol: to mllaket
u. -%U. L s,.:.. t 1." ea. Eerylly knew
":;iV it ;iits t;hat <; aeral Wheeler
.!! a> h on ;a :. -:;N ilr lf this con-
Z:e'-.s ihl.*~ ie tL're .: another electiout
L; th.- E.;hlithi .A1l!:1h;l;' d!-trkct.
AUTitR \VW. DIUNN.
SCIENTISTS GO TO SIS.RIA.


They Make the Trip to Determine the
()rigin of t(Ie I. liaa.
SAN FR i -toI,April is.-Thre ,- .i
tists, ouniprising the Jessup exp.'-,liti n,
g-nt out hby the An;'r!-lui Ms'.aumn )f
Natural Hi'tury ot N .-w York t,, expl ,re
thle unk,,wu paprriitn f uortihwi'-t.trn
Siberia, have- aiil 1 from thiscity. They
art Nimaniui C Baxtou, an Amuricln,
and two) Ru- ian.,. Waldemar G,.;arabt
and Waldeniar Jmke,-lson.
One ilobijtc't ,f their trip will be to de.
terminine whe:l't1r or not the Am.narican
Indian i-* ,l*1',eni,'el from Asiati,' srt,ck.
The Ruwsinns will tou'h ma irly upn,
the- e~hnlgi'airl I.hase, 'tudying thet na-
tive langIaT ge and snlgs, cost ::s anil
physical charattti.tit tc of ali,-t -v.-rey
trtbe that inulth!rtt, tu northwest **rui :, -
tism of Sibt-ria. Iuxtn will o':it'. hi-,
work mainly to the zoological ti',1I. ta,-
wart iakinag a new and rnre collxr'i' n
ot biriL- a,:ni niatnitals fur the big mu-
seuni in i ,ntitl' iMrk.
The-y rX'ex't to iU gane for at least
two yrar'.'

CONVERTED TO MORMONISM


Protractedl M-'eeting In Morgan (County.
Seven A.ec('-soi.u to ialth.
MeotoI;. G(.-. April LS.-Fairplay, a
village on the northern border of Mor-
gan ouunty. numile tfrn this city. is
just now tho lneceia of the Mormons, to
which all the riders in Georgia have
been directing thi- footstepe. Twenty-
four of thets pilrnim elders, weary and
dumt-etained, are gathered there from
every quarter of the state, and pro-
tracted services ae being held.
The meetings began Friday and will
close Monday. at which tUns the hbap-
tiamal rits will be admuinutored to the
ooverts of Mormocn.um-euven in raum-
her.
RECEIPTS IN PHILIPPINES.
Report of DIvt-um of C'usosm and
limular Aflairs.
WAAmNtWoN,. April l&-Acocxding
to a statement made by the divaison of
customs and insular affairs of the war
department the receipts min the Philip-
pine islands for the months of January.
February and March, M1).W wer-: Ja.I-
uary, .V3)4.V-9; Fah;nary. i -able) $426,..
421; March. icable)i T1,;446.
The cvuto'.s rec'e-ipts to March I
reach,,d the -umn of 5j74.995. Total ri-
,-,ipta for the three nmonthis were $1,f66o,.
:i74) Re eipt. foir Mart'h ext-eds thboe ,
,t thi- previou- two m unth- by $115.9.3.
Will I{ejoitn Their Regiments.
E'. PA-,c. T'x.. April I.-Lieutenajnts
F,.rnando I)iaz. ,of the Fortieth infant rv,
.To-,.a Di)az and Lui- Fernatndiz I). Cav.'ro,
Frtv rirt iTitinttry. M'-sxit.ii army, h :ea
arrtlvt illn E Pi..;- etnr'Ilut to u(;Uayat..
t., j aiiI th.,ir pr,.;ai% iei< t- ni.iw in the tih ld
a, ill't il ul' V ;;U 1 nthi.l ,s.


('attie PIerlah In Storm.
D` N.;-tV, Alprll IN.-Re-ort.s leo-ived
hber- fr ,n the grt;Aiug regious iudicate
that hat vy l..Ies 'uf live .stock will re-
suit front rhe prolonged rain and snow-
-t.,rnu. It is estimated that the kojmes of
slieep in tie vicinity of Trnnidaut will
agg-r.tgate not less than i,000 head.
Impro Itol the Statue.
Even Fl'raune. th., land of art. has its
I eoloerrys. A. Freuch sculptor shipped
a l'rol-tize statue of General Le Flo to a
little town e-alled Quiruper, where It
\:ais set up and ve;'led to await the day
,ou whli:eh it was to be presented form-
aly. The wise ninyor of the town
examined It crit;.ally and decided that
It cotlld Ie' lnim'proved vastly. So he set
a few workmien to the task. and when
the s'lt:lptor arrived lie had the great
plta *sre of finding that his beautiful
Ilrt lronze statue had been scoured
neatly with emery and was shining
like the brass on a mau-of-war.
A tasteful frame of wood had been
put around the marble pedestal, and
as. unfortunately, the local artisan had
made it too small, and to accommodate
thiu, the coattails and feet of most of
the figures on the pedestal had been
Cl't off.
1. M1) I)OISON CiREDl BY B B. I
iattlpe Sent Free to uff--rer..


;ioda t tl,.a ivoart--sistead decetier-. eot
.r iata311de.Ip itpr-It m dicino t reat-
qc ..umickly' v'bald tiB.c 1.. It. HItao-
:awet Wo~cod Inihit .. thioreuiailv test-
e-d f' r 311 y ear'. B. Pc.. I. ba- cure d

m i tho mlie't hi. '-re throat. tcrupeijeens.

'*' eaera~c S1,Va e -i tcret-. tIev. r
(ItII 1~thas -tiec an~,ad in hmlldriil-d"
't~ ~ ho. C'-"~'a~"i e fhair ialli iaYfa-
!)raw'e have f dleli ewit and the whoei--
W-oi *.'eA 1: t-af bell-k. I~a
nia;h' dCilti ithe WL4eilaa
fr. a'i ruiptienis. andt ski n -ni t -lid th
t -i ,ui 4-f at 0.1ft ct healthl H.
c I 1 ti l t. laP' oxiII arft-et rute
ted ~ oim S' '~ i~s 1.,5auffle-rers max'
'.v-! L R. ardki:,aii' fir theiii-
.-t!1Lit it C.'11l -a. ad trial bottle
bca-t-it Ire.' of el ,irgo.
ja ':4taby dr'tirzistyt at $1 1e-r
C~~~~ ,a ecle zt :4)ebttle'a hfll
ar'-..Iiintr I :-. Teo jI'.)ve ur
H.c L B1. it.we will qsfaI ;
B-11--~'ii Fri e cand prepaid to
e, !'!'-. !.s-)t Iie #,lijay te!-tthp rpim-
',i itall e Ie l~.AddreQ-3 BLOOD
PcA LNMC() .Atlanta Ga.-
I will repair your watches anid


The ne-lpful t:nn.
T'< i:::i a l i.-- |i h,,l wIs ill Chinese Dinner Invitations.
L: i I: ,;!:t I ; .1... .a: l ; irl ear "W hen a Chinaman issues invita-
hliim l.:l fla.:it.. 1 .: ih: was very tious to dinner," writes Dr. Sven lie-
thIc.n t ( o \;1 I to vake htir out. and as two days beforehand, a tiny card of
Le s.is a h,.e !;: :..in. alwayss gui ig to invitation, contained In a huge nvel-
ttr :i..'-:s;~';ii-<,f tl <." ill niil d,1. lie pro- ope. If you accept the Invitation, you
M).$-Id to (::nry her himi.elf. I ut in are supposed to keep the card. If you
th,..e. 0!;.1s \"wnin hdo not faint often have not time-that is, if you decline-
4en.ough to ktp a) liwn in practice carry- you are expected to send it back. If
Ing tIhnin out of churches or theaters, the banquet Is appointed for 12 o'clock,
and this iin :was very much excited. you net-d not go before 2 p. m."
The girl had f:ii:te,.d just as a .hyniu
wus b~ltg suniz,. and the man had a J. I. Stephens has a lar ~e agsort-
hymn tijk in his hand. which if it re- meant of Rolid 8tarling Silvr and
iualtne there woulil make him less able Roarr'-a Knives, Forks and Spoon
to render his deed of mercy, so the first ____
thing to do. he realized, was to get rid C0s.iaw uNtPI .VIl- P4
of the bhytin book.
"Won't some one take my hymn NITHER tbe captain, own-
ers nor coneign~es of tha Brit
book?" he crihd *exitedly. "Some ooe as Treseillas will be rspon-
s@ble for debts contracteJ by
take this hyrun took hp called again tbe crewof said vessel.
with vetwnnii'. Hut no we votun- Lrxw.
teered. and it was not until another Gulf Transit C n.o Casp.Alat
nmnn hadl taken the girl out that be
realized that lie nllght have dropped NElrHERthecaptain.owner.
Athalle will be responsible for
New York Tiues. oAm debts contracted bythe crew
of said vessel.
T. Wii.-rt*T.
Cliff Dwelltrs' ('lever Symbols. Verrault LumberCo.. Captain.
The symlbls of the old cliff dwellers, Consigneie.. 1 stt
uisNel to rtpr..asnt the things of nature, NF.ITHER the oaprain,owner,
were often very clever. E nor eonslrnpee of the aWu 4iwn
They represvnt.d the mountains by bkn iorta will be respon-
sible for debts contracted by
ternr.ies. the sky bly arches, the winds theorewofsaid vessel.
tly cils and spiral lines, clouds by W. l t.. ttch Co. tapoN.
W. L. Wittich & Co Captain.
steptid figures, the sun by a disk, the Consignees. i;tt
moon by a crescent. the lightning by -
the serpent, the rain by perpendicular GRiAND EXCL SIOV.
lines, the rainbow by different colors.
the water ty 'eitainu animals, the air
by birds, the earth'h by horizontal lines.
the four points of the compass by
ct-t.Krs. -:iNd the gods which presidkle
over to. ftl' quarters of the sky by
fetiches il their shape of animals.
.. .. . ... dTo Mobile and N.w Orleaut tur
A. 1I. Bay's of Mo)rtantown. Ind.. day night, April 2S. leaving Union
h:t! toe .r t tpll ten or twelve till's ill depot at 10::30 oiln ieguldr ;i-eng,-
the niiht, ;lind had severe backache train. Fare for round trip: Pei,-a-
and pl iun in the kidneys. Wa~ cured cola to Mobile., $2.W,; Penavtiavia to
by Fo'.Ey'* K i).NEY CUKE. It'; guar- Now Orleans, 5 0; irom Cantoin-
a tead. \V. A. D Aleimberte. ent .aine as Pen-acola. P.lr:ies


Po ppermint Creamn Wafers, an af-
ter dinner dainty. A.k your dealer
for them.


Medical Society. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at
the Board of Health office at 8
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 24.
Visiting physicians are cordially
invited to attend.
D. W. McMILLA .. M. D.,
President


E. F. BRUCE, M. D,
secretary.


s5mt


Indigestion!


esiriniig deeper WILL apply t-' ticket'
azeut in time. Pnrceia-e ticket :it
ticket atlic-. Tickets good tfor tivt-
days to, return on any re' ultr pa-s-
sentger train. &-'or further in;,)lnia-
tiou apply to
ROBT.KINq or
P. THOMAS,
Pen.acola.







-Importers and Dealers la-
Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,--*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 Month Pala vR ewret.


We challenge the world dry Oce
Laundry Office
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchledss Mineral
Water for the cure of In- B J
digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure L T
or money refunded. Cost


only 5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all druggists;
also JJ'. T. Green '" Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS
lIT li IUTI1I Tciflv i


HOMWS BIOL.,


H[EIB[R BE. g O.,


GENERAL INSURANCEa WOLAL WI ,


-AND -

Real Estate Agents,
11IVEAIVOIA. FA
PiE~~rTWENTY-TWo OF Till
LEAM)N'r FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDEtNT. FIDELITY. PLATE
M.1AKI% AND STEAM BQILER Itt-

Ta c 4l i nats oft tic itiI
Lire A33 ma~ce Scuiify o" tic





Fe'K STFAM DIVISION
eF1N'SIAtCOLA UI I&AWIUCTFHMMNAl


Palafox Street.
Pensacola, Florida.

i--GOLAY=<4

Grist and Cotn Meal Mills,

S. F. GONZAIlEZ & CO., P op s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MKAI. ANI ) Pt KEGROLND
"TOCK FEED.
Putrfontze Home Inzduitrv. for there it
ev- ry rv -son you should buiy vour Meal &ad
Srt.Hk F-ed from the Hoime" Manufacturer.
for by i dolnr you encourareb homne Indu-
try. Your money IS left in the communilt
and y.: In turn are indirectly btneted.
In foterinit the horne manufacturer you
,,ontritutf to thecauawof labor. You owe
it to t h- community in which you live an*
which **ontrlbute, toyour support.


IAl11.WAY COMPANY. i
TrainI l-ave Pe-nsaceola for the Little PROFE88IONAL OARD8.
Bayu'i. P'almtto t e-ac. Warrlngton, Navy
Yard and Frtr barranc-s at
a.m.parre atF- 1l1:1k) %. nl. a rive a( FLFor, arrancae lm 4an.m
1 I i. I.. a'-r:ve' at Fort h ar ance. 1 i5 p 1m
8:,i p. t'i. Arrive at Fort tarranca-s 4:!5 p m I. m
'4:.sp. m. arrive at Fo:t n'trrancas 7:l.p m wPYShIyi aU lnrlOB
:* ie mu 1 i~tov.-'.a o-t 3arraaces 8:4~6p.m -
Tra.n4 leave Fort Earrancas for Pensa- Ki-ulle.nce. Hotel Fsciuamba,
cola ItL Pho:. I;- !.
7:3-1 %.m. a-'-Teat PenR.cola .... :t.Em l(ffice, l,'Alomtberte 1uil.iing. 1,9:). ouatb
;i im. arrive at Ptn ,2eo'a......... 11 :4. P.m i'alarfox L street. Phione -j.I
S2: p. t. ,trrivo at Pensacolib......... 2: o. _______________
5io") a i n ) ai riv at Pe isn'eo!. .. 5:4 p in
7 0.p. in. Arrtve at Pea.'co' s....... 7:s Dp W M
D45 p m. arr.veat Pensacoia .......... 9:l p. m D W M. 0. DEWBE3XY.
I j-- .yet or.ly.
IL e:tct ;'Ae. ltC 1.I OFFIOE-RHanah Bros.' Drug 8t.r
AI NDAY SCTMI)rJ'3
Leave P,4asoila. Lv Fort Barranoea. REBIDENOB-400 B. Jackson Stree
9a..M. le a.m.
l1.a.m. r m.
Ip.-m Sipm.
= W I Maean, M. D
p.9 .pi..
6p.m. 1p.m. Hoiem atii Physicki ail t url i,
ARK I oa VEK DATaS.
Penaeola to Fort Barranoas and retora 4e Late of Ocala, F la,.
Pena'ola to Navy Yard and return ...S Offers his protfeonW l erviso., the o t-
PeasSoola to Palmetto Btech and return 1ie .... znif Pnmeal


PFAS ro a sumDAT
fpeasoota to rs Barrames Navy
Iard4 ad rra"sr........- ..._.... We
Peasaolt so PJalem o jBeaeh an
*eu-------- lie
No frolht receive after 8:1 p. m.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K of P,
meets every Monday even-
ing nt 14 at Catle flail.
f in Hutchinson hall. West
Sntendencia street.
Sbinlting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. H. J-DVVI?.,
K.K. & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
Wurld.
Meti frat and third F'-:day night in
.etch montei. Vistita r Ally I;nv-'sd. W. W. WATMON,
S. R.TH I m.s. ('Io rk. C. C.


EKspeelal attatloa given to ta t reatma
of Chronic Dlse ae ad Di*esee of
Woma ad Chibldrtan.
Thirty Years Praetlee in the south.
Oflee Hours:-* a. m. to IS m., S to p. mL
Bweodnoo Pbmo No. 9.
RUwe t.Rlounh RiMink-Kooa-- g

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
rosic Te t. PFhm N4.



To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of .,
Odd Fellows Hall, Warrington,
Monday, April 23, 1900.

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


o-PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIeS SA LOON
o0-DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Cot nsr RBhlont and Devillfira Sta. PXINRACOLA, FLA


Cold Weather
Coming. end ,ye
orders and let us fill your bin before S
cold snap arrives. We will send you 5I
best coal you can procure for either behakilag
or heating purposes at reasonable price,.


Telophoae No. 147.


TDompso9, OIse & to.,
Dealer aIn

Coal and Wood,
Office and Yard: B. B. Corner Zarrage n
and Railroad Streets.


JUST OPENED.


PENSACOLA. FLA

SEverything Newt and Clean.

*-Everything New and Clean.


3WUL



The Mst Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Mfals Served Dally,
and Short Orders Served at all hours. Special Weekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.
- -- -


DUNN'S


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER (OLII IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


IV. *. IilLIi O3U!1 AGENTS.
Greenville. Ala. A!so SoI by MPerry an Wmi. Yates.
Tetimoinial From Jadge Gaston. The Jug Trade
tiRzK NVII... A'a., Aug. IW. I.,9.
I tak great pleasrein ,,'.rtiflng to ti Is Our Specialty---
utrityv anti the in-rit of W;ikinsotn' Match- O eciy.---
let* Minetral Water. Thi-s natural mineral
toni., toi my personal knowledge. is taken Pri mpt Delivery and SatikfactioL
froin a well th reve miles -a-t of treenville.
in the exact condition in which it is sold. I Guaranteed.
have m.-en this water used with wonderful
,uceeks. for dyspepsta. ndlgestion. sore Dannheisser Bros.
eye* and for eruptive dles. sores and annheisser Bros.,
ulcers on nan and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles, I do not believe itsox St.,
equal exists. It Is highly recommended by outh Palatox St.,
physicians for a number cf diseases.h
".LL GoASrO. Phone o. 116. 0. Box 281.


HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


Tree Reuhar

Icals fach fDay

25c EaCh.
,E -5- -;- .-


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN 8EA-ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. iLODGING:
5t15 and 519 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida. 25 and 50c


H. H. IWICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter,

No. 6 South Palafz Street,
Al! Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittng_ Materlals Kent on HanA


P.


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I X M N- -AL I,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900. 5


it. which iQ entirely right. The ex-
ample of Escambia is a good one to
follow.
The Old Maid's convention at the
opera house to-nizht should be wit-
nessed by ever body. Tickets are
now on sale at Coe'--50 cents for
general adrmi.sion. $1 for reserved


. r-ra, :- .". seats. The proceed- will be for the
*,...* ** benefit of Christ Church Guild.
\ "ly ..f I.thauhn. Ala.. is a Among the contemplated improve-
, :...- M.Tircha-. ;ments to be inaugurated at he Pen-
sacola navy yard under the efficient I
i'. :. .,d a out :if.r a -*":e administration of Commandant W.
:a*larial fvAt-r. W. R1iinger. will be a new steel
i ridp of Fort Pickenc wag I wharf, the approach if which will be '
.e F-cambia la-t 1i6h:. It1 by 1:91 feet and the tee 2U by 1;3;6


u-ae Brown will open her I .
I.h* next Tue-ilay night. M. A. Quina mft with a painful;


tend- hearty congratutii:i ti,-.


e HALLIDAY & Co.


SA enindewfe Ir alepar me nt!


HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK OF


accident yesterday while superin-1
F. FlaAler of Montgom- tending the work of loading a vessel ff
.'.d hl-re ye-terdly after- in the bay. A piece of timber fell
and knocked him senseless. He was
.. tffioer Barter i- the happy brought ashore. carri-d home and
,oUnciug boy, bora last was attended by his family physi-
cian, Dr. F. G. kenshaw.
S\. W. Rei-itizr of the navy N. Goldring has bought th9 bank-
S.i-t- re-d at the E;cambia la-t rnpt stock of Eddie (Toldtuker. and. l
beginning next Saturday, wili -ell of Eddie Goldstud
the entire stock, including fixture.
71,,-. Porter of Grand Ride regardless of cost for cash. This is
t .,,r la-lt night on t.e 11 a rare opportunity to get bargain., bankrupt I
k train. Mr. Goldring has an advertisement abrup I w
.- ld Mra. J,,hn Neli ,sn of of the sale in this issue. Read it.
-,:. Ml-.were guest at the The American schooner "Davy every
,t- y.-yterday. Crockett," owned at this port, ar-
W- Fl-nn of Loui-ville arrived rived at Coatzacoalcos, Mexico. on;
..-to-rdNV aftet ,o,,ii and is a the 16th inat. with a cargo of lumber.
-t -,..-rcaa anbi a After discharging lumber she will
Sload a part cargo of high grade M"x- F.a i.
:,..w tu Ech i,,auled nt on ic(tii (Cordova)coffee, for the coffee
iin- way- tihi- mnoriniiz for roasting establishment of Janms IM-
t : itd overlauilitg. Hugh. Pensacola. It is up-to-date-
S,.,. lruce and wif of Broo,,,k- miethods and facilities that ij build-
N V., arrived here lat night in ,up Pen-acola. a.:d incidentally
:.,-r- at th- iE-cambia. i the coffee roastirig and blending bus-
which thd- of Mr. McHugh. -0f. C
i-. u i fr thrtvda was th. Johnt J. Ketchum of thi- city. w ,F Ct
t.- up fr tcord y. thwis morning has for some tiue held an import. iut
-,ur: r,.cord this tin ,rnin g. .pk.,Iti41 i
S poition with the C u1iinI1..h.ani |
" Ht-nry Whtite hIeld the lucky Hardware Co.. of Mibile. ha- wo, d
.r in tl,- drawaitiz for the dit- and won on, of Mobil -'i fair datnih-
l ,i, rattll.d by %Mr. Jim aI.vn-i- t,-rs-Mie Nellve' Ta.ylr. datter Fixtures Sh lvin
i--ian R hakenti. Ama Ma- yards have been i-uetd announcing
,ai k-b nth. A ma Ma- tVat the w#-ddiiqz will take plact- at
: 'rela--.d. ti1e Cathedral f "naculateen- Etc., will alsc
*, v ',a,! came nvo.r to the city t,,i eliti,,n at 6 o'clock. Tuesday. AprilEl
1. :'l. A r-c-ption will be- held at the,
I t'.i Embry of Cincinnati.Ohio. i r--;idence, 52 South Hamilton -tr et.
TJ T. G ibson of ('hattatiou, :g.. from s to 1 p. in. TH'r N:\\ (ex-


* ni.. are among the guests at tote
S-cambia.
Te, -mack' A. J. Chapman and
.iith L. Conley arrived thi- morn-
g from the snapper-r banks with
i .uI snappers.
Mrs. A. A. Strom and the two,
,.w-see tStrom of (Chiwacgo arrived iln
: city last night and registered at
-- Escatbia.


Reir ember the dance at Magn,,lia I
;luff next Tue-day night: 25 cent-I
; ap railroad fare and give- you the


7iviieve i auc Weather Conditions.
Mrs. May .. Banks. the artit.t ha- barotr derion
;r dOie lThe barometer (deeression ob-
;reented on f hr painting. ,Western Texayesterday
(hri-t Wearing the- Crown ot ta dveloped into a disturbance
iorns. to the Catholic Bazaar. it hat is central this morning sou'h of
The Seventh Pas-aover will be ccl- Galveston. It will move rapidly
Sbrate.d at Teimple Beth-El where eastward. cauc-ini. rain and brisk toi
public o.ervice- will be held this high easterly winds on tne east GJulf
*vnaliug at 7::34 ('cloek, and on Fri- coast.
cay morning at 10 o'clock. Another low area has appeared in
e i. and Mr. Hus-ll A. Alg th, Northwest., and under these]
en.j and Mrs. Ru. ell A. Alger. c,,inditioln. a continuation of unset-
hand daughter. Mr-,. Sheldon,. ai tied iand rain weather is indicated
C'-. W'. ). Nfainll arni ved on a '-ci.' for this vicinity to-night and Fr4day.
at in la-t n tIr-NiL. They ar uli-t- J;tcksotville hail a rainfall of 4.7S
f M r. anid Mr-. .Martin H. ulli.. i ih during rin the past 24 hours; Au-
l erryv ('.I.tr,: ,. v,,elor,.d -u-pic- nu-ta, 2 42. and Macei ".T7' inC'he'.
.. .:ara.'>ter. wa,; arr'-t -1 l.;-t I. -,- r aIononll's '- 'curr-d illn t1.fr
: I:tut hy 'Captain 1)4iw. l1- w.-' p-o, 'ttions of the <;iilf -tat--., atnd in
Stltd ia-le,-'i in au outl.,ui-, in Mr. thet Atlantic -tate- and L.ake regillin.
* .rc)h-,em 'z '- yardi In tl p ; '-, Bri-k to Iizrh i.-as-t-rly wind- will
, rt t! i m ornin, I.*, w .t- .1t "i;, ''r .vntl atn ttht (-ii, (*,:-t
S: tir;y y-. M. J. W I't1 HT. JR.
S .- .. ... Lerv-r.


a.t 4 kI tof IthIeIh" ld -I ."r t.
twicit-fitcif thitir 1,ii.:tr frimni.
:.I too-foirothe.- 1wairiza .liti.-tl
*kv 'itrchai-'r wa- Xl!. .1 oim.
A. ;Ii.:I d t w ;):I Ci'i*


1'!-
w t-


.awipai 1Heraldi: 1 lie l'-cainthil:a

-I '' %!, vf.t o 11 f.j urI a,-.x' -r'

,'r uirl-.tnami f ,rr eonmure-z. T!,
w III'. and Thor. I rut1izit.)t nIav *


THE


S A -iA -'ip l nid t-c+tit,. of ]-'.-
camibia mldu, .tF. & A. ..
G will te h-ld T:mir-day.
eve-nini .. April 1]i. at s
,'c!u'k. W\i.rk iI. E A. de-
gpree. All vi-itirz ior#thrin
are invited teo attend.
} ,'rd. \V. M ..
IL. C. 11:NNF: I T.
. -cr -ta ry.


SHAKE IT INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'- Foot-IEa'e, a powder. It cur-.,
painful. %marting. swollen i. f tet and Ingrow-
ing nalls, and instantly take-- the sting out i
or corns and bunions. It s the greate'.t
,onifort diecov.ry of the age. Allen'- 'Foo.t-
-.a-e Inake- tight or iiew- -hots fee l ei s
1!i a certain cur- for sweating. callous a
and li t. tire-d. aciclirg fe-t. Try it t. do,;.
.-ld by all druggi-tv. and bljho stort-es/ bv
mnaiiil for '.*e in ita iip.. Trial packa r*-
1h FE'. Addrr--. Allt-i. I. 'i tetd. l. Itov.


keURNISHI adjudged
ker, adjudged


ill close out


article


of


Cost


Con-isting of Nig:htrohea. skirts, Corset Covere and Drawers, made
in Camhric. Long Cloth and Einglish Nainsook, Trimmed in Point de
Paris. Torchon, Medici Italian Laces and Embroidery. Th-e Inderwear
reprF-ent,-d are Full Well Made Oarments of the Be-t Standard Makes,
and Wt invite your inspection to this Department.
Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Special c-le of Silkalisle Ve-ts. value 35e at............................25
Extra Bargain in V ests at................................................ loc
The above Vests are an Exceptional Offering and will not be dupli-
cated thi- season.
Ladies' Knit Li-le Drawers, knee length. for sumnmur wear.
Hosiery.
It i, to your interest to know that we have the be-, wearing Hosiery
in the city. We are offering two exceptional values in Ladie-' and Chil-
dren's Hose at 25 and 35ec pair. A trial will convince you of this fact.
Small Wares.
Attention is called to our increased assortment of Small|Wares.
Aside from our regular stock we have added numerous other Newer
Brands of Modern Style Makes. .uch as Hook-on Hose Suppoters, which
reduce the abdomen and produce an ideal form. Clinton I-afety Pins,
Miles' Safety Pins and Stewart's Duplex Safety Pins in all sizes. Pulley
Belts ot all description., the New Batt Tie, Hat Pins, Finger Purses,. Etc.
RTe Followini Bargains for the Cominzg Y11
All our Oxford Cloths and Scotch Ginghams that were :;e........now 23c
All our Frere Koechlin French Figured Organdies that were -,ild
at 45 a nd .- e................................................... now ;VW
Silkali-le Vests, low nt ck. ri, et v,-. fornm-r r,:ice :i-c............now 25c
Extra Value Vestt-. low neck. nii -leeve-- ............................ Itc
Extra Values in Ladi -' and Cl.ihidren'i lio-iery at... .............25- & 3,5c
%.. -t: t h.Ve fair n--'irtnr-t of ila-t "-. 'rn' -tanley
S ney H l t ;Ii r! I -t-. %.t-:- ithvtt l, from i ::. to : 7-.. in ibrokeii
sZes to clo-"" ul; at: .ily 7.\- -:trt coi *e1 -arlyv I f ,i' l:i.. I.-',t %al,.l-s are cl'-,-d ot t.


R. HALLIIAY & CO.,
.:; and 35. Palafox Street.


9terestlirq Fiqures.


ASH! ~-


:, Show Cases,


Telephone 1 1.


Sbe Sold,


BEGINNING


April


00


Some


Capital of the Four Great Banks of the World.


Bank of England, .
Bank of France, .


. . . $86,047,9365


. 0 0


36,500,000
28,560,000
25,714,920
$176,822,85566


Total,


* * *


FUIDS HELD BY TIE MUTUAL L'FE IIUURAPIIM P A1 8l
FIR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31.1199, ; o
O EI5 10I tdQO nft't ra *k1 th Aminend


Sfo~l clri ag capital of these famous banks.
The ne'w fornm of I'.o;i.v

A NOTED MACHINE. Fine furniture in summer
Tr/ .Nsi ,i,/ .MrI, /11,n ./,fi d( o0. M. styles, including Wicker
r',ry,.i's 'i1i F,'irnift,,r' 1',,ii. / rockers, at very reasonable
,,/ tl.roho1o,,t, f ,,hirI .dfor it. ,.r- prices. Their stock is com-
,, ,of iejrko f i: 1 1, /;I.qh fh I lslt i l h.lh 'ic
S, o/:, ., i t, ,. ,,,,, (h,,, plete. Don't bay anything
... .,, ,i ni.;I hii h,t it tu/i:.. in furniture until you have
..I,,,, 11,,it f.to r T he ,, 'o,,,, to seei AMarston Finch's
. / !l / i,,. u tie f/f th i,ii iri ll stock.


(fIwe sm (/ 1"~S pl o d' ( ii, l l,(it aI1-f1-.i'u Iowi
111 *. .( f1"If/ n ir. ilq,-Iq,-fo'1(( 1, lc.0/. i o '1

J 1 f 11',i-f ,t i ( -bI fy 0 )-I I/-./ h I,,f


lae Kd Ys or C3 1T A x B


FORBES


Sale of 5trauw


'I'.
I~*,..t.-.
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N!'
** ~
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50c


STORE


j-ats a9d skirts.


'KK y t From'


'ul...-
ijarke ~


. . . .


CEILLREN.S SAILORS FROM
25c TOJ $1,50.


Duc k -SKIRTS.*
Duck Skirts in White, Black and Colors from
65c to $ 100
Linen and Crash Skirts from .... 75c to $2.00
White Pique Skirts from ..... $1.50 to $6.00
The Botter Ones Trimmed wit i Bai I and Inserting,. n n all
_____ made up ii the Newest Styles ....
3000 yards Colored Figured Dimities at 5c y'd.
This is a R-egular 7c Value.


Pepsin Peppermint Wafer! aid di-
zestiou. Aik your dealer for them.
HARPER Whi-k#ey is liquid mu-
sic, bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, re-
freshing and deliciou-.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


S IEALEI PROPOSALS EN-
DOU )SED) Proipo-al fu,r Steel-
Wharf," will he rer'eiV~d tat the Itta-
-reatit of Yard- and D)ocks, Navv' De-
Pleiitinftlti, X ''hi~ro, IIr.tIl III(
it'litte'k May t12. 115 nu. a:i d the unamiad
thi''ru' pt'rHicl'.' -'-y to cfptn-trulcI
l:;il f'et.am~d :i te-,' afimit 24, by 1:)i;
f-u-t. at the.' -:N-v Ya~rd,. P(mi-:ierli.
I I p" :.i 11,'i'ficat iIII-. and

f I/. i'p 1,-, 1. 1".i ,a llaN 2%%

CifiNEtE LAUNDRY.


HOP LEE,
3Pirst- CL % mm
Chinese Laundry
17T 'Wet (Government Sreet.
'* pp ,-.t- l-::prr-, i'tl<'".. P'F -A oI K . ,>.
I (''l a --. <'r T- .t:lIl Wh rt Ir ):.,* th
l.at. t ;im r.,'-**d .Maclinry.
Oftfie: 31 South P'alaf-ox St.


MISS R. NEWELL,


I n1u1a ClVI fn of

IIn-utraiice ('Cotpany of


New Yo~rk. Bjuicharl A. Mu'4C'iitrl %. Presidvit-. po:de
1"irt---'l'h*ECU'ITIIY (,f:6301.844..-1-37 of mo-et-;.
St-c~l-l-Ill I'I'A BLEi-:INX'1*:s1'M E:NI''



JZ.ihiet -: '
Fo'ir I t


CE-C, 11


AV 11. COX,


c nratI


JA XSONVILLE. FLA.
W. C(. CIIIPLEY, AGENT,
P GNSACOIA. FLA.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts


--4eel' TitE--


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHTT. ,', ,. .,, ov


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
~.AL l.O sF ,W -__


DRESSMAKER, Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rya Whiskeys.

No. 10 North Baylen Street. --Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--@


KREUGER & KUGELMAN,
*=WHOLESALE CROOER =
AN ENTIRELY FRESH AND NEW 8sT)( K 0" FANCY
GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND .-PPtCIAlIIES.


w i-Mr


Photographic Artist, Try Oux-r Goldon Zwe..o
SA M A __Salesrooms, 132-134 E. governmentt Street.


co W1~aoxr.


OCAI PIEWS NOTES


S Imperial Bank of Germany, .
1 Bank of Russia, . . . .


u'


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900. 7


MAI


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

.r.ANSS THE SYSTEM
SS_ EFFECTUALLY,

Gof-Le Pev


-,eIWAI MV PERMANENTLY
ITS BRE10 e



CAU WNI IA f5CSvrC


O-PRCHARD AND GARDEN.
!ie li. rv t- 1:-~ Thev

i in .,:Aan-a a'

Nv.l ''tt Ve .va ri. : -I, ia :: 1vor-
C. ;i '1 tilt- NIA'n I, 10 !. Ix ri g fruit

.- ''tilat tilt % :1 i.Ill Iw cult iv~ated
Saite s ab 0-.tutoes 411'c0111.
pplv trees ~jti tit'N evr 1- Ola ut''d
'-rtl,:in z:ki fo-t apart- it plantedi
i, c'lose-. air awtl I!:ht catu:'t ge-t to

Iftetme's at-ei prutilug. it is ea'.ier
1, joru1~tbeli.'tia us '.I',nas Itheut neueSsitr
SIt."elf thj:azu atetr sever-al sPIsouls
01liiic
A tree of goo~d shaliv hag muchl to do0
vkil tl. tL.*alolotixaut:.of t I -ti:orchar-d.
'Il.e eaxrIe4r they are' l-iol~tiv:i fe- t lie
ent'a'r will 1w thet work.
Illoirticultut-e wbuti ,ft-Il~owv-0 l titelil-
p-'nt Ivgi ve' ii' ii t'zret tinxi' xxun thle~
('-alitatl 'till lioyedil liti tiljiirrt any oth-
er Lirantich of azri-itiltxure.

krrt'l t %% i i t- !qre %% todl I I~.''bii'llv
r'n 1ii -K :r 'tm ii ri. I Wl..'A' l u


PITH AND POINT.


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'''~ua~tcx for ham-


Amei


SEIZE

Unlefto
AXai
Adju
C'har
WaS
btates
nople
tan the
the pay
the ind


uaeuonanes anda otttruition o their
property. unless prompt action on the
sultan's part anticipates the ultimatum
and the debt is discharged before a re-
sort itf made to drasti' measures.'
Several courses have been urged on
the president fur the collet-tion of tht
indemnity, which is admitted by the-
mul-an to le dne tki the American mi.s-
si ,n:a.e.. Consid,-ration has been given
t, a proposition to seize the port of
r'i. ru and administer its (custolns rev-
enues until the judgment and exl en--es
of collection are cancelled. This course
Lsa noit leen wholly aLandontd 1i the
ren.'t. ,ntiting-iz.-Vy that Ktisfaction is
rd<-fin:t.ly de-lay.l.
It itim'n"l. -. s,-n'- ,'<'uplicati,,ns in
'i. M. >:*', -:- x: rTemely reluctant t, ;t--u'n.
r-s i ',n-ibilt'y for th-, rt',ov,.-ry o,
s:TIAll au iauount at thet p)'-'.-'st time.
I1! it -i.'t pre ipitat. war tl.hruiiih Tur-
k y'S sending smi:ie (t it.- aintiqtuit(
w-arih-. t, Stavyrit to r*-siQt the telnlii-
rary Ault*.:ican i "cuqwtion. In that
* v. nt th*- u-ct.ssity t,,r *-udii>g a large
ti t- t he M.diterraneau would certmte
LLrni aliiiAuig the powers and disturb the
C.eh'*lite equllhbrinum now existing in
ELr'rop..
'u(d'r tht circtunistantices it has bt'ni
d,'tenuiine-d to exhau.-t all re~'suirmces of
ta> will ty brought to understand that his.
pr. mit-es cannot Ie lightly broken.
The proved clainis against Turkey in-
cludea about $3n,(RK Ior the destruction
of pr, perty alone. To these which ad-
mitted of practically no dispute, there
was added the Lentz claim of $40,000
whit,-h was presented to Secretary Olney.
PORTE REPLIES TO POWERS.
ierlou (Complitatlons May Arise From
lnere-e of l)utie.
(CONSTANTINOPLE, April 18.-Theporte
h.L- replied to the third of the collective
note-s of the powers oni the snbfect of an
increase of 3 pTr cent in duties. The
note' announces the iut4-ntion of the giov-
ernment to adhere to the plan of increas-
ing the duties on account of tbhl bad con-
dilti,in f the Turkish finances.
The anih.umdors have decided 14)o ad-
drs.- ani,tliher not. to the port. again
sta1ti1 n their objevtions to, snh an in-
cr-am without a previru-suiil'er-ttainding
witi; thb ]>powo-rs.
[': plrTrinmaity of t* l prt thrtittein-
to LhVt rini- lesu'.ts.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
.\iw YoKt< A:.ti ,'. iT CLOSI
.JanUAtry ....... .. .... 7
seurutry.......... . .* .... s IA
A c . . .. ... t .... b
MaprL ... . .... .. 9 1 .... 9 47
Jun .. ... ..... ....... V ; 45 .... 1 47
Juon ................... 16 45 .... V .43
Jiy .. .... .. S.45 .... 9.43
Au u ... ........ ... ..... 9 24
ep -m ( r .... ..... -4 44 .... 4J
c ouer. ... ....... 3 .. 4. 1.
Novewer .. ........ 7 .... 7 9
)eoe-nose .7 '7 .... 7 9
-.tot cotton lied steadily nidlling up-
land- '*" .; nddl ng gulf 1 1,.
GOttN AV e..U O AIONS.
C'ICAeO. April! V1 ope. cuLlS
% LAT--A.rt.. ........ 6 ,
H %uAT-MiUi .... .... 6.
\\ Hr AT--.' pt't-l ier ...... '
.o -JAprl . .... 34
.X -M*y. r ... .... 4
uATS- \ 1-r1 ... .... a? 4
UA T--.M11 y .. ........ .... 2
UAa --Jul .. . ...... =0
A ---, i. .. ... '2' 0
:it t r . . .... 11-. 9_


4 0-
A ..- ... 7

S.. ..LO I I 7 .';
.. '- .. . r r '- 4
S.A ') . . r
ltli ; ., ... ... l 7 15
PL ,.1., . . .... . 7 r 5n
---- ,i t ( .er .. t .7 i A
-' v A. L ST'.


'i' 't a* Nco *'.. .\( ,rl f.-.-irt
i *t Ti .. .1 'n 1 4 i l f.'k .


,. -. lt r 2'' t "

d ,I tt \ HatNI:V AN> "TAp
I- I-i,'t w ., tih :t trial .' \V. A .





,-- rr' i l?;I:Kch! V i .l*-t - , ,ly *jo cent-.
In 'ly i*avtrrn Hat lDepartnment


~'imwill tind --otne extra Lrood va!-
tj#-. W~t, arv maki ii: room)iin hit s
*lw''nrtut:,ent fiir th.-e arriv-al of our

IMy Trimmied flat Department
NY. u cant buy :t niu-e trimmed ('h i
Hat fo'r $1.35 $.Zsand $1-75. Iin Leg-
h.'rwz. Mixed Braids. etc.
Gto Nfro. L. Cohen's


Oh. Beauteous Majd!
Tber ,a a V:rl in i.ur town
Vho a5 Ju wetndiruu fair
She o.,ld &aere givn many
O(t her cirl tritniti a sare
Of blaut., but t6,e wouldn't,
And, k ';it It t* :a k. iik
*' ui..," St..l sid. "t ,S11 ts me
Just r.:.. :;. :.- a 1 ."
-I'rli. : l;.'.a N. ith American.
Not So Nice.
Mr,. B.-Y.,iu ;-cd to inay that I made
You thii:k "f everything nice.
Mr. I.-So yu ilid. dear.
Mrs. B.-Anld iiiw wlhenv I tell you to
get anyt!.hiinve 'e' you never think of it.
Thattt'. the diffrn.'e.--hihlaellihia Bul-
l*'tin. .
leal'ue.% t a ail lIt- i 'nreel
l3v 1,.i :irI- 'i",t',tin- ai th y ;N' i noi t
l',.;u'ii :., i' i.-,-c';i e< ,mrtioII o tiie
eal. I"l:, i- |',V )l i' o \ t. ttio eure
(i-af. - l. 111, tila t i by co lli titti -
tional r) m' ;ii--. IItfr--.-- i-; cau-et- d
hv atlln i :m "t (',cnditilo, of th Inu-
-,'Ut lilai.; oif thl. El->tachiaiin Tube.
wl hen this tube ib iintfianed you have
i rutibliii.'- suind or inperli'ct har-
inll,. ail wh tit it i entirely closed,
l)eafnir-sis t!0.- result, and uhles.
the iiti tinination can lhe taken out
a1ju tlii- tub.- r< -tored to its notirmtl
condition, he a.rimng will be destroyed
forever: nine' cases out of t. n are
can se by e:tarrh. which is knotling
but an inflated condition of the
ttucu'ui surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for aivY ca..e of D-afnesa (caused by
catarr'h that tcannlot be cure by
Hall's Catarrht Cure. Send for cir-
culars: free.
F. J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druirtrists. 75e.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.


0,UJIN414 ROCH1E
AWARDED
LFFRENCH NATMNALR17E



1'r..,ni w rker, ric izre
i~.ndA jurifvtvKhe bin d in is
.r(;,:et,, L-1,;' deboudy J1
*t l 4r... Le2Kbhy.
IM~lN-AL.N -tiE halt
f~r half A& ientl ry re-
ceived the highest reL-
*ornrit-mlati. .n if th e
rnefic.-I jr4"esion .A'
the ptirest anid best t' III'-
*f ,'r c-vl et.froim a!Ifever and rnjlati.,l
I rT -i, 1 f ppetite iii'! t-'tuach dja,_rdcr.
* ~Paris: 22Rue Droat.
New Yerk: E. Fougera & Co., 26 North Will am. St.~


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NAME'S


SUniNViiV THE LECRANDE ON ALCOHOLISM.
I NVULV ET Alabaima Physician Has Strong Views
on Subject.
WHOLE OF EUROPE MONTOOMERY, Ala., April IS.-Dr-J.
C. Iegrande of Birmingham. president
of the State Medical a&.ociation in ses-
rica Will Enforce Pay- Rion here, dehrered his annual ad-
dress and complimented the state board
eant of Indemnities, of heal ;,,n th, practicability and econ-
-- omy f it. yellow fever quarantine ser-
E PORT OF SXYRNA 'vie for the past two years and advisNd
that a compulsory vaccination law was
- a necessity in Alabama. He said typhoid
claimss of A merlean Milsionarle. fever sh, uld be included among the dan-
gerous contagious diAeases and that sta-
n-t Turkey Are Immediately tisties and conditions concerning it
tted United States Will Take should be gathered by the association.
He calledd attention to the fact that
ge of Turkish Harbor. alcohol had done more than any other
m.NToxN, April Ih.-Th, United agency to wreck the health of humanity.
charge daffaires at Cnstanti- Prohibition and the dispensary had both
ll bn f t failed to attain their desired object. He
ill be directed to inform the ol- suggested that education with suitable
it this government must insiat on textbooks showing the evils of alcohol-
iment without further delay of ism was the true solution. Vor men
enmity for outrages on Anerin who are now inebriatse the state should
S.... esntablk-h an asylum, he insisted.


BOTTLE BEER





HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING







TRY
A CASE


THE ORIGINAL


Iehnv y aral s,

S. A. FRIEDMAN,
Proprietor.


A(;ENTS FOR


High-Grade Liquors.
Silver Brook, Private Stock. Ben
Hardin Sour Mash. Very Fine:
Friedman's (Celebrated Old Pri-
vate Stock. 12 Years Old: (Old
Silk Velvet, Kentucky's P'-.rfec-
tioni of Purity, and Lots oif Other
Br, ids which space will not per-
init to mention.
The Large'st and Best Selec:ed Stock
oft BIottle Whi-ky and Wines
for Family '-se.
Tke Jni Tra e is Our lain specialty.
AloAgent for the' F1anous Pahat Mil-
waukee beer. Free Delivery to Lvery Part
(f the t'.ty.
P. 4). Box ;. T.-ltphone 17t.


SEf PFNSACOLA. FLA.

""THE OLD RELIABLE."

11. hMItller,

ChaiC. Family Graocriesu ,


Everything Fresh and First-Class in Guality.

Orders by Mail or Telephone Filled and Delivered Promptly.


Phone 213


Co Palafox and Zarragossa Street
PENSACOLA. -:-


SOMETHING NEW


E*E VERY DAYY



HALL & KLEIN'S


mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*Welol4 oxxo 3 0."0 4.
V'-Patrons. New and Old, are Cordially Invited tI) Vi-it and In-pect
their inmmense Stock.

TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN :FFECT .IANI'AI'Y *-7. I''.


No. #'. I N o. 2.
12.17) wnou 11 i:241p tm Lptv- Pe'J'n'acoln .... Arrivi-
,2:15p .t12:5411 lgliat Arrive' l'iitaatouia A rtI%
1:1-1 p ni :t:Iv a InI Arrivo- .. Ni' 'bals ... A raive'
%) 211p1a 7: to'#a iti A r a iv,' New erleutar Arrivye
Ci.4 41 1) 111 l iit Arr, v- ni t-.Zorm 'ry.-Arriv
t..la 111 7:ii0 p ii A rr~vt, Na. hi illi' A rravoo-
I2:2 miiut : .::A)IsIaII Arrat',, L~oul-% i1,.-.Ar."a~t-
4 :1 r-,pP III :16ia Ini Arrm C('aIit-'a, A~tI 1'.-IsV'-


N'o. 1.
4: ',i p III
I2. 1, p IIt
7 :.'a) ni
1t2' pin
f':4.t, p 111


N .8.
i ') a ill
12-41 night
p m$ pi
pt:Inpii


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


No. 21.
1 :;. ngh lit
4:1 : i rnI
S."ia MIi


No :f.
7:'*'' t 11i
7: .I H III


Pt-u iti'' 'it
Ni ill till
I :4-I p ala raIl,. lie-..et- 2:4.1 p ft
I :1.


-..6 p Tit
.'iiIn


PANTS to


Said about 600 pairs of
long legged, sort legged,
slim, fat. pussy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorts of legged gar-
ments, as they got out of
the boxe and up onto
our clothing tables.
500) pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about themni? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
ca-simere paunt. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c:iasimiuxre pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassimere
pauntI. SoIme are two,
three and four dollars a
pair. good worsted pants


WE DO NOT

buy pants for adver-

tising purposes-to sound

cheap. We ,iuy food pants,


pants that are made of

good goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(t9 watch your


P. B-,x 6. money pockets nights in


case your wife wants to see

if she is Efli half of

your income) pisfol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


WE SELL ALL -

WE I ill 3f



Solid as a rock, -'lai:i or fancy pat-
terns for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodied man busy nights and days to
wear them oiut in a year. anid for
$:.(4o, some new fancy cassiicere
pants. lapp-.Il seaii;- and creased


knee-o.


7. it il 11 J :i., MIimar nI all 1 fill p III 1.: 14M *
a. III1 1 : ,n Iiipion !Iv.-r,1 .lu ,oil p ni l a I II
I: 1 ; p) .ll i l ih .,4 .;;:i.i [)I ..
7:-!:) p ill J, ik 'tnvill' t:.11 .a .i



Delmonico hotel and Restaurant 'Ws,


COFFEE, COFFEE.

Roasting a Specialty.


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Ath OnnmJ fag. Don ho- f ho na Mfo bnv Den 1% AL


Hare yot/ tried Swans. a, ,r ,,u, uy ,, ,ay, u ^ ur panta, ^ j
Down iour.' It isthe whitest 3' tM, 312 *Nrth Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot
and sweetest on the .4meri- O-Teiephone 68.- -0
can market, in barrels, half -\ ---GEO. WILSON & CO.,,+.- .
barrels, 24 pound and 12 Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
pound sacks, wholesale and FRES VtEGEIBLES [IV[I DllTY, IBOLIMLE All RETIL.
retail. Hello! I'm Boarding Pens Florida I aint, but will
Try Delatour's Ginfer at the melmonaoo.B Pensacola. rlori d. I ahrfter.





r fTry ou FreEWU Wantted c*lumn: ton 4- Finch's and select
.. best UGHine ill pay ou.tersone
TroT.7 -er ..ai e.." to ;, DURHAM Ci.-rs have Iron bedsteads are W sol,


panit,- for .i.," that ar, -imply great.
Patroi:ize ,'ur Pantry. it ;, ,y.


THE


CO.


POU


The Bi! Devi Tivi Clotiku ,


~-~` -- ~-~-- --t-~-~ -~- ~ ~


The Best


Washing Powder.

Ask Your Laundress to Try It.


CIG



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1903.


THE DAILY NEWS:
Iat*rd at the Post Office at P nsacola.
PFa.. es*cond-class matter.
OrVCK: Pitt Building. -ll ~out Pala-
oas street. up-.tlri.
piBLISHED BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Term-lInvariably in Advance.
-m Year by Mail . ..........
aNX antts* "* ( '
T1ree NoI ths ** :.
f ote Month *
oinWe Week. by Carrie-r. payable Monday 1-

THE WKIKIY NEWS:
Published every Friday bt $'."' per year
F mtae* fr.e
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
~dsa igtsing Rats Furnished em Application.





Te pae e r o e with the
A ETI INo CO.,l
lag. at. Pult Minn.. where
4tbmqR *4advertimesr ad otben way
-saIt mad wber e-timat will be give
psAee er fesNRMAL DOVE1RTmING.

NIU8AOOLA. APRIL 19. 1900.


DEXOCILATIC NOMINEE'.
for Representative to legislature:
C. MORENO "' ,
J. EMMKT 1 0l. F.
For Pheriff:
GEkI:GI.- E. SMITH.
For Circuit Clerk:
ANl- M. Mc;II.LAN.
F. r Tax C('ollector:
.\. 1 i. 1ALI.MN il'V i'l .:
F.r Tar Aso*ve4or:
W w. I.UCHARIS.
For C.oustry Treasurer:
JOHN W. I- .ATER-.
for ('ou.nny .Judge:
TIMAxAs Ki. Mck- LLAuoli.
For School Superintendent:
N. B. COoK.
For (Clerk Criminal Court:
M.1.13IN I FO AY.
For Justice f the Peace Z IDistrict:
JAMES R LANDRUIM
For Con.itable 2d district:
CHARLES P BO BE
F-r County Surveyor:
N%.C. BECK.
For Memtber School Board:
A..CIlB'B'-.
A. C. BL.OI'NT, Jn..
E WARD.

IT is reported that Boss Hanna i,
quite ill at Old Point Comfort with
the grip. and that McKinley and
other republican notables will hasten
to his bedside. The glowing pros-
pects of the democracy and the re-
peated blunderingof the republicans
are enough to make the whole outfit
vick. but they are destinud to bc
more desperately sick than they are
C(w before N'ovanbl-r.

TaE notorious Mrs. "Lar.ptry."
the poser as the patron saint of filth
affects to be shocked and indignant
at the continued rebuffs she has re
gently received in American citie-
and from all cla-ses of peopl.. Sh(
assumed that the American -tandard
of morals would justify her attempt
to exploit salacioui plays on the pubh-
lic stage, and learned that -he had
mistaken the temnper and di-po-ition
O.f the people. That i- all tlir.' i-
of it.


THE Bmitir.: haum A.z,-Herald
classes itself :t:nong the m.os,--hack
extremi-te--who have failed to-
learn wisdom ily ..xpenri-nce. andi
who ima m;ixe that the deinocralce
mawaesthroughout the country are
as ignorant and intolerant as them-
selves-by the i ut)bication in ai r,--
cent issue of tlie following ab-tird,-
ities:
The o at i'onvir tion oinmut te' compoM JA
#ntlireli of Ctrniii ..I't i tii t'Ot g platfitrli
deocnio'rat U !' :t l V :*' it dex.'HItit I ti
tlh Kaiia'- .' 1 .t"I\ l in f t ira : T
--mu trat- -.
Tteo mat m ,:n 'i:.->t for com 'n r tf a H-
hentu y the* ;M >onlon'i'i. l*.1\' i :,
,'. 'i, i i .' it i11:- ;. ii >. i;


Tihe' iHial Iti thi-;Gr.ouid.
Four id.' ,;,* r : iv -::i; i ,
44,uth we r, ( ;,'ur,-d by ;) ;. -r.; -it,-
]it'a s in i .*. T'.I y w i- N :;.

WVet \'!;-z ; . < '.., ;l ,. w .,-

W 4e 11t :6-l t: o |h I '.Cl|-' It ('!il *'
:'l;tforil. t >l .' ,. fri o li.-iI lv t 'cia--s-d
A- doat'fi. i;. ti Ini:: N,-w Y.,,k
.tild Iitltin.i t t .;i, d iii the revpuhi:-
t ;L '.1) i "; So : t ; ai t'atilte. I tl-
;irI)le ;i i *t.,, ,1.1 1ii:g; t he dei.i,.cr;riti
party n;iti, r,- i-. How to r,-fioI
?ti-?'* dIrn ,' .i it -tat*f-. aindi to r' t1
th-e .AC.lt' il l t .e P d Iil nml -t,:t '-?
Can it tb- loie i1 <-at n pm a n ("on-
ducted along t !., -ame lines as the
campaign in wi'hl) they were l,.-t to
the party" If not, a new departure
as iudispenst'ble to succes-. li'e re-
moval of the caue of the democratic
failure four years ago should insure
asccees this. year.
As the largest democratic losses
occurred iu the t4outh in 1 *. so
pbould the recove-v of lost ground
be looked for chiefly in the Sooth in
Iak. The $touth will be the battle
groutid. If the states of the South
phtol-l send delegations to Kansas


control the situation, dominate the
c urse of the convention and become
directly responsible for the conse-
quences. ,
The rebuke adutini- erei by dem-
o:ratic voters in IS.'6 was by no
means directed against Mr. Bryar.
personally. It wa- only a- th'e expo-
nent of (bnoxious doctrines con-
tained in tlhe platform that he wa-
involved. Thousands even secepttd
the obnoxious doctrines rather than
se ver their relations with the party
and repudiate the party'! chosen
candidate. Even with t.ie aid of
these. failure enuued. They could
not be relied upon to repeat their ex-
perience. The battle was lost. not
because Mr. Bryan was the candi-
date, but in spite of that fact. With
a platform from which has been
eliminated the features that caused a
the disaster of 1M4, Mr. Bryan (
should poll a democratic vote un-
precedented in the hi-tory of the
country. hall the South. which t
will hold the balance of power in
the c, invention. again decree the de-
feat of its favorite candidate-per- 1
sonally far stronger than he was four


years ago-by insisting upon a repe-
tition of the blunder of 1S96. which
its delegates might have prevented
by the exercise of a little cool judg-
ment and quiet firmness-?
There are vital question=, and the
time fur their solution i- near at
hand. They cannot he avoided or
evaded. How will the South answer
the n ?


Glorious News
Comes from Dr. 1). B. ('r:;'. f.
Wa-hita. I. T. He writes: "r ',ar
bottles of Electric Bitter- !::- c.4red
Mr-. Brewer of scrofula. w ii: *i had
cau-ed her zrea; sutferin;e. for years.
Terrible sores would break out on
her head and face. and the best doe-
tors could give no help,; but her cure
i- complete and her health i- ex-e.l-
leit." This shows what th >u-a:ids
have proved,-that Electric Bitters
i- the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema,
tett-r, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running sores. It stimulates liver.
kidneys and bowels, expels poiso-.,-.
helps digestion builds up !,(,
-trength. Only &o cent-. Sold by
W. A. D'Alemberte. Druggi-t. (;u;ai'-
anteed.
LITTLE FOLKs' MINSTREL
One of the Beet Entertainments Ever
Presented Here
The Little Folks' Min.trel per-
formance at Clutter'.s Music hall la-st
night, under the efficient manage-
ment of Julius Menko, was one ,of
the be-t presentations by amat-ur
talent ever seen here. And. not-
withstanding other notable attracc-
tionp. including the Catholic fair
and the Chamber of Commerce ban-
quet. tnt ha!l was filled from sta.e
to back wall with as well ple-aed an
audience a- -ver met t**ge.:::er iin
P n z:.c I.-.
1"rP y,.u ,.-: :Ai i. c,-rtaiIy i '.;.n .a
erm:'t hit. arid it i- sincerely i:,ped
they ul.'ty he prevailed upon to re-
peat the performance a: th.e .p;erai
hou'e at an eariy date. o t!;: t:.h' ?
who failed to -ee th--n l..' :.-h
may witne-s their .'.oiderf':, wrk.
Critici-min f the i.cdivij.dial work
would te out of place. for every ,part:
was skillfn!ly aLdi c-.mpetently
hiand!cd.
Ole iof tho most :ryii.g f. -:ur.. -
was the orchet-str.al work and p;iay-
ing the many a'comui.pnim.e-::---.wo
solid ,ous of hard w,.*rk-b:lt
Mi-te- Fl-irence Heinil)rgand Lillie
Jac,,hy went th ough with it w.:th-
out tlinchini, and proved the:n-eiv.-'
tini-l.ed artists.
The young ladies who did the fa.:-
cy dancing were drilled and traii i,-
for their work by the Misse- M1a-
rean. who are recognized arti-ts inl
tlhin line.
In appreciation of the efforts ,if
t!,-ir talented manager. Mr. Julia-
M -iko, the young l.(dlis present i
tii'n with a h tid-oine gold watcii.
Ml.is- Florence Rosenau. ttie interlo, -
utr. n:aking the presentation adi-
itre s Mr. -M1enko re-ponded i::
44-l 1)u1 el1" iq nt lan. Z1 e'-.
I h. l ti l- F.,lk.' .Mlin-tr ,l w ;
l.iiz to r'p i-!n b-r ld by ::-. \v..
-tAw t.";ll lt-t : t.t


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A Iti' ift 't ma*" n:!! ,ognf afa Io i'-,lll.-i '
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;Evapo rated Applkr-, esc.Peaches and: d--- .,
Mer fruits. A mallCtlirilot ('' o ftlllhol- Je fine .
ciii Co'" C'hees. ?tr'iw-". ('-:irke r
i'a in etc.1: -centueby'4s isctit.ll in :k.
TheV Littl: iurzen Biscuit M'4tif:r'-
tory'ill Vnilla ckafrs running dayenn and
Anteros ernstantly incrlden asingeal Eorders
Nudein; Arcffeedia Packing Cave'.
evaporated ntlpples. Peaches and should -
er fruits A small lot of those fineOl-
i-es in 10-cent bottles is still in stock.
The "'Litt'e Giant" Coffee Roas:,r
is still on deck. running day and
night at tie rate of a mile a rnmnute.
to fill constantly increasing orders
for fine Coffees. Those who have
not recently visited Jacoby's should
not fail to go and inspect his hoinr-
mons stock of everything in the
l*arms j nf ki t'afI'Ol n ar* nA -^^ fanA ~ l*/


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Eruptions. "Like Father, Like Child." Man is the sum of his ancestors." Dyspepsia.
"An eruption allIif parents wish healthy children, let them see that they themselves have I had dv p
Sv e r m bod; pure, rich, strong blood. No taint of scrofula, no insidious malady, no sia in its worst
caused a burning lurking microbes or germs to be a curse t4posterity. Purify the blood. form and tried
sensation soIcould Hood' aSarsaparilla is the guardian of infants yet unborn. Buy it today. butaoun md ncr
not eep nights. lief n I tok
By taking H good's Hood's Sarsapa-
Sarsaparilla 11rills a~nd Hood's
warscoparletly,' Pills. To my great
was co pletely 'joy I founm relief
cured. "J EN jIEand acr m
STHOMPNONBox 36, D E
Tu' ro Box 3 now well and
(Oakpville. N.Y ,strong. MARY E
BYRD, Olney, Ill.


CATHOLIC FAIR.
Armory Hall a Ic'ne of Brilliancy
and Beauty.
The After-Lent Bazaar, under the
auspices of the ladies of St. Michael's
church, opened at armory hall last
night and was liberally patronized.
The hall 1@ beautifully decorated and
:he various booths and tables are
presided over by ladies who are de-
termined to make the event the
greatest success of the season. The
bazaar will continue all this week.
The opening address was delivered
ast night by Hon. C. B. Parkhill in
his usual eloquent and magnetic
style.
Those who failed to attend last
night should do so to-day. There is
no place in Pensacola where you can
)e more pleasantly entertained for
in hour or inmore than at the Catholic
bazaar. The fair is for a worthy
iause and should be liberally pat-
,onized.


The Appetite of a (oat.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won-
deriul Stomach and Liver Re-nedy.
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.

American Benevolent A s'ociatlon.


THE INDUSTRIAL CONVENTION.
The Gathering at Chattanooga Will
Be of Vast Importance to the South.
H'NTSVILLE, Ala., April 19.-The
Southern Industrial Convention
which meets in Chattanooga, May
15-18th. is daily assuming widerpro-
portions and increasing interest.
While intended purely for the edu-
cational, industrial and commercial
'interests of the South, many of the
subjects that will be discussed are
really national in interest, hence,
are attracting national attention.
When it is stated that the export
trade from the Southern States for
the past twelve months was over four
hundred millions of dollars, some-
thing over a third of that from the
country at large, it will not be sur-
prising that this feature alone is
worthy of receiving the attention
which national conint) racial institu-
tions are giving it. Thle United
State,; Export as-'ociationI has desig-
nated t!.e pre.idle:nt of that body.
Mr. Francis II Thurber, as a repre-
sentative to) this convention, and he
will deliver ni address on that oc-
casion, relating to the export trade
of the South!. 'I'Th Philadelphia
Cominpriciatl M.usteum, an in-titution
purely for thie benefit of the export
trade of the United States, wifl have
an exhibit at the convention. show-
ing what tiade can be reached by
the South and how that can best be


The charter members of Millview obtaitied. Thi!i.- exhibit alone is
Assembly No. 191. A. B. A.. met worth a r presentation from every
Monday night in Knigh's of Labor commercial body in the South, for
hall anrd elected the following: offl- it will show them how they can be-
eers: Benj. F. Hohbb. P. G. R.; come active factors in developing
Jese R. Dailey, G. R.; Fort O. Elli. the trade in their respective locali-
V. G. R.; Chas. Kupfrian, G.S v. 'c'e. .
Geo. L. Abbott. K .; fr J. Wilk- Another subject that is attracting
ins. G. Guard; Wm. H. Smith. G. national attention is the one of com-
C. This assembly was organized by pulsory arbitration, as a remedy for
J-se Hurdle and has a membership strikes, boycotts and all labor dis-
of thirty-six. itm being the third one turbances. If the ;outh is to pro-
r. thirt -i. i s tblin hed h tir o gress industrially, as its resources
Mr. Hurdle has established in t this justify, there must be industrial
county, all of which are in a flour- peace, and every interest in the
;shing condition. South is therefore involved more or
less, and should tis become the pol-
Circuit Court. icy of the South it would give this
The caie of Higdon Bros. vs. Firat section so manifest an advantage
National Bank was on trial during that it is of vital interest to all em-
,his morning in the circuit court. players of labor throughout the
The plaintiffs are represented by North. The subject will be dis-
Mfesrs. Wm. Fisher and Cheever L. cussed by Gen. T. J. Wilder of Knox-
Shine. and the defendant corrpora- ville. Tenn.. who has been one of the
*ion by Messrs. Blount & Blount. largest employers of labor in the
The case of Pou & Robinson vs. South and is a man of wide practical
Southern Bell T. & T. Co., action for knowledge on this subhi-ct. He will
damages, is the next on the calen- be followed by Mij. ('.C. Grodfrey, a
,lar. l1irge operator i:n iiiaiag interests.
and John H. Faxon, a banker of
Dance Tuesday Night. Chattanooga. This subject will be
A dance will be eiven at Maox::lia pre.-ented by these gentlemen on
Bluff next Tuesday night. The trait grounds of absolute fairns-s to both
will leave at S o'clock and return at capital and labor, but with a recog-
mnidnizht. Tickets 25 cents, inclnd- nitioln of the rights of the public,
inr tran-pirtation. :.,.;t which aremore or less infringed in
v r r_ *-every strike, andi to protect these
HONOR ROLL publicc righlis. no lss obligatory on
14r'ianized cityey to) care f r. iltuin
Of School Nio. 44) for Mar'-h. are the grievane s, real or ininrin..-
ry. of organiized labor to theiror tn-ii-
Georzia Boyer. E:hel Br,,toii!itn. ization,. It will be insisted that I
:.rinnie Bver-. Allie BrigL'-. ()ilie -trikes should be made imiposQible in
i-:verett. Flovd Fulton. ( Chri-t ile t]('. S,uthi. There are nttnyi other
A,,irri-sop. H.-rman Peter-en. AlIhert mattr-. o)f .special interest to the
(.(iun. I)e-lie Shack-elford. Alfred south and the attendance promise.,
'.icke. A. K. Si T:R. t,,, large and thoroughly represen-
rinlcip. tl. native.


Hannah Bros'. are a'e-ntts for i)e-
\V\-es' Con'ih Cure. Diarrhiowa 1iiim
, dy and Witch Hazel S:ilve. They.
2Alara.ntee all three of the-e prrep:ra-
'i,'5 and will cheerfully r e'uxxn the
* i.n!>y- to) any oiie wh' u-1 tI eri
n.vitho'ut being l-nefit, il. Price 2=
CeIits each.


Thie (io:on TraourIle.
('R ITOn LA.NIN,. April l..--h'r-
.:T M.ill.'y. e-orted by tri',o- ..f (.,v-
.ir-. h.a -,-nit for t!he It.lt :: 't i -
-'ti'nt and will arr,- t 'rt f
T-rik tf-r i l i.,i:i l i 'I h:
-!rik-r- l:tvr tu nr ,.li, th. t .-i lo-aidt r. : dIul-:d !;e we:t
S .'-r to lil- (* ii;'; -'t,: ;: ;,i fil '- -
.- I.d infort);itl i,,i W i l \- i i:i i ., .
*- '. rif t ., t* w ,r,':,, t-..
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h ei r-ir i t t a c. :inui'. 1;. c.- i -
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i: .\n:'.a--:ilr -it th- ki:;!ln -

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BIISS IS THill MAN.
('.:if. I. Blii- i, thpe man who ad-,
vent;-r-, Pn-i ,col:. He does it right
and d-s("rv- Myour -1uport.
l'or F ly T' iio.
M .---. J. E. 1.R-, (',,.. No. 11 N.
Palafox -trectI. ivae l(-prf-rcted atr-
ran'_-'nienit- for the timaniufacture ,of
the best window -crein ever placed
upin thi- tarket. rhey claim for
it thie fs llowi'ni l,,-ir;ilole foeaturo -s:
It '.iii -" r l-ivivtd al ;i' i '-tour-d
:lW :ty l it t !:- '|l ,f !;,' i y s o. i :
w ithl;,, t th,. u ,e (,f t1, 1-t ; tl; 6 Iiin d
;: i ln - if to ," \w t i, ,w c:'ii its- : ] y
li tin ti n 1ii 1 nlnix tWi -it sein 'i1-
,. rf, '. c. t' l l < fI, ,1c, t ,. t I11;
I; 1- i-l: ; :*'l II; r'1li- l lit"l' In ", | ,! [.,t
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S25 cent will pay for :! ....
' edition of the Jacksovi!:.- ... .:
lih. ao larzre S or 12 page ; ,.
now until Nov. 10th, by r
and $2." will p:ay t.'
Ja.cksonville Metropo: .
I until Nov. loth. for ca-*
only. 'The ohj'-ct of t
lelled otTer i? to roiv- t
1 lorida a chance t., k.-.
the news of the c'.::
campaign at extrem"Ie'yv
also to make the-in b t: t
with the lead inm fre.-
Bryan newspap-r in: ..
I cartoons are alone w-:1
money.


bitiaiii Jiobnsoit &9 Seo.


IISTYLS


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SPECIALS


SATURDAY AND MONDAY

$3.98 and $4.98.

Blacks .. $3.25, $4.25 to $5.00.



FANCY PARASOLS.'.*

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



Boys' Washalble Suil6.

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

Boys' White and Colored t

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



Gents' Summer Clothing.

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

'Alpaca Coats and Vests from
$2.X0 to $7.50.


*-Special Prices on Patterns. *


ltUillian ollbon & $ol.


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


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and rI),'ay

4 --Repairing Attended to Promptly.


o EAST (GARDEN ST.


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o111i-MINT TONIC
" 1- m,;Iinl- f i n i' i II('r- ,-i -,* v r J J \ \ t
SWit th-1 pow -ir wash ait(IeiJ to tImr l;.z sprinJ Liy- too drivc- :w xth t
'I rki-hi vernr:iyeisterday, blut tird f i Mt
TIurko- im aiita'in- uch' a ti.rn tt i-
tide that the su-piion is grown, ,.-. this It iznvi-orateo- and puri-
to it somie current inmtrirue is frus- fie< the blood. It cour.- the worst
rating the effect of the note. cases of indize-tion. It cures per-
New Jerse) Hepuhb:Ian. inanently all stoinia'h troubles. It
makes the sick well: the weak
TRFcNT N. N. J.. April 19 --The re- strong; and it ives one who is all
publican -tate convention opened strong; and ite w
here to-day, for the purpose of se- run down a new lease on life and a
Itcting delegates to the national healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
c.,nventi)on. Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
--- people in Pensacola. everyone of
Cotton quotations. whom heartily recommends it aA the
NEW YORK. April 19.-Co)ttn is .best tonic they ever used. It doe-s
q toted to-day as follows: May, more than we claim fo)r it. One dol-
9.47; July, 9.45; August. 9.27. lar per bottle. six bottles for flvedol-
l* 1rQ o T- it- TP i1 mardeo in Pensea-


"BUY THE BEST."

^2IT'S ECONOMY!


Our REFRIGERATORS are (uara,toj ti,, K.,
Sand take a lower temperature thain any other on the irark-
They have anr Abolute DRY AIR PROVISION CHA.M
Warranted Absolutely oldorle-s.

5 .Our Ice Cream Freezers !-',
WAIRIANTED TO FREEZE IN : MINITE-

AW Prices no Higher than for Inferior makes. Come A.
plain them to you.

<^R- W~s ~ iiy


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1900


POWER.
3m, ye -M the locomotive as be truaggle up
the lopw.
Ilt1g, blowing. harieking onward, like a trar-
efr wpurrd b% tu ip.
Onward, upward, ever preeang. like a being with
a @,u;?
But the power that ; ropeil her L. a shovciful of
coal.
Till, at laW', t.h's rear btd the summit, then
ad,-wn the b.ll.d fl the.
Whew another mwLLtyv mountain starts its jour-
mey to the skie"..
Now no f ,rt, swiftly do'wnard, gently o'er
each raw'y kr.. !..
Still she n.w and tienD is ca::ing fur a shovelful
of coal.
So ta life we upward j-urney, up life's trouble-
To the Met we are seeking. earnest'.y our feet
are bent.
But the journey w.uld be lighter. sooner we
would recih the goal.
I4, fiercely onward prtming, we wouiJ shovel in
the coal.
Tree, nmoe early trurtle upward til they reach
the in' Untl'in tlrlzht.
Then p.rhai ih- ad ly waiting wh-re the jnurnmry
Till arB ;n tio r a.,h tI.e L.,t'.r lut !'-e f, allow
on the r. :-
Of the ,ai *' .% t'he tf,: w 'A :' k" ; I sh.jve;ing
tL4e .,,
-4 .a'a H. rI-Heraid.

*O0O*OO*O*C**o c4o0#O0O0O0
o o0

o AuntRose's Seret
o 0o
S When It CameOut, It Had Proved of*
S OGreAt Benefit to Ohlerw.
o 0

MI. I l Iv:il!.y r<.-., furious. his .'ye-
browri (cotItri "I tell y(ou this :r::irr;iae shall not
take pl'a,'-"'" he saidil.
"Andi I swouar it s;aill:'" crlil Andre,
with only a shacid less of determ.ina-
tlon in his fat'- and vx-,e<.
1Ltt the old i aiin l ini no attention to
his son's words and continued:
"It Is the tu;fwt otrt-peous thing I
ever beard of: A boy whose education
has been what yours bas. upon whom
no expense has been spared. who for
20 years has been my constant thought,
to be so utterly lacking in every feel-
Itn of gratitude! Just at the very mo-
ment wtwh I have made plans for your
future you announce to me that you In-
tend to marry the girl of your choice!
And what a choice! A girl without a
peny."'
"'But you do not believe money to be
the only consideration In marriage, do
.yoen said Andre, striving to be calm.
"It seems to me that happiness enters
In somewhere. and If I can be happy
with no one but Not aiie--
M. I elvalley burst into a loud. exas-
perating laugh.
"That is too good! Ile can be happy
with no one but his Noeiuie. a person
of wbt-w exi Teneql he was ignorant
mont itwfort la-st."
"Rot. father"--
"'Enough "'
The toun In i lich this word was pro-
nounel cnr:vin(eed Andr- that his fa-
ther's d('-i,-ii %% was i:il'.Xil!'-. liet was
<' custOc*icx-t to I,,w l to the will of a
despotic f;ith,-r. Just as li- hall seen bis
iinother )yi'.!ht un:t:l 1,er death. In his
childlhcodl :iriand his mother had been
companions<. aii olIf tin rther they
load talent t .-ir 'tieasl to t!i-' fury oif a
dloine'tic o'e.'irre'ti'e-'; not thalit Mt. Ie'l-
valhly was a -ad n.:inn. IHe' w'as quickk
temnrl wr,*1. Iiit usually re'lw'ited his out-
lhursts antd -i,-il to it:a.'i aiindiils w hent
lie saw th **.'i -'t of lhis ti:rl vo:-rd-.
Refor' hlie vN ;I', \, ry ol that the fa' .ly life of his uintlthr and
f'.tlwh r was :', t a:1 1 1iip1 y ,ione. thoulih lie
t. 1i not ki!,. v toI what to attrilbtite the
a te of ua::: -. Siri'c. his lotlu'r'g
<:;e'atlh Ie I :: l si-itply gi\'ti in to his fa-
ther ;e-;n K :". y <,'!'stiotil of disaa're'<'-
In'iit hail m .: ., Ltw, 4n thoeni. and un-
til now the," I ad lived comnfortalbly to-
gether.
The nm'xt ,- 'y A!r- r turined-i to the
charge.
"I b1.:t '. if you ktnw what an un-
happy night I passidl. fathr'-
"'EDouih. I s:ly'" i!i ed the old l mann.
Dot allowl:tin .im to co'n;iplete his sen-
tence(. "'1 tell you I will :wver give my
contnt to tl.' n arriage: A girl with-
out a lr ntry;:"
I Iwtiul tri. t ask for your consent at
all If she had Kot refused to marry me
without it:" exclaimed Andre hotly.
"Oh, you would not!" M. Delvalley
laughed. "And. pray. where would you
live and what would you do to support
your wife?"
"I could find something," replied the
woung man In a tone which made his


father say more gently than be had yet
,poken:
"I am convirced that this girl and
her relations are after your fortune.
Young et them at a summer hotel.
They found jt who you were and
thought you would le a good 'catch'
and have procet'ded to catch you."
"If you would only listen to me. fa-
ther. I could convince you of Nocmie's
sincerity."
Without repl3ying to lii son 1'. Pel-
vall-y went orn: "As you can't take
care (.f yourself. I flitlt take care of
you. \VlW're. do tlie-se Ieutraunds li'e?"
"At L:7 lle. Nolht "'
"'tue.' No.llet: .A cot after yourout ni'oni' . I >Il\ :il!v
Pains in the Ith-xk.
A. B. Farri gton. ('onstaniit. N.
., c.., t ": %a, troubled --vi rAl
vears with kiiney dis-ease aid -utt-
fered sever p ***''- it) tie- b-ick. I
Used "etl..v's' K ii, .i ('t t-i-: :*i'd
Ot1ne b'title' cIre'-d *ie I ret',-inmend
it to my frie'd-.'" It has smivun ;pr-
tect ,-ati-tacnton. 'T',ke no .. ub-ti-
tute. W. A. D Alemberte.
At C. V'. Thonspa on'i.
Crmne's Ladies' Note Paper. and
E ve.I-ope- to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelope-.
H urd's Paic'h'iient.
ltiviTationi Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tab!lets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
Paper; Denni-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a areneral assortment of stationery.


sa d as he left his sob. He returned in
a few moments, a paper In his hand,
which he read in a loud voice:
"M-ne. Durand. 27 Rue Noll.t:
"I formally refuse my on--nt to the marriage
of my aon Andre and your daughter and Inform
Vinu that if the event takes place I shall sbho-
u'ely disinherit ny sen. DELVALLIT."
Hle rang the bell. and a servant ap-
I',a reld.
Seind this telegram at oncee" he said.
Andre made a move to f,,llow the serv-
ant from the room. but after a glance
*t hbs father lie restrained himself. The
,hi mani waited until the servant had
had tix:!e to leave the house and then
reti-retd to his study, leaving Andre
alone.
T!,e unhappy young man sat think-
!p",; of his misery for some time. The
words of Noemie spoken the night be-
fore ca:ne back to himt. She had been
so full of confidence, while .he was
doubtful enough of his father's ap-
pm ;*. .l.

e;'l;l l.i lh W !.11l ln< h 1.t,," it- l.'l:,

"'L.. ,t if he ri :. <-"' A. 'lr,. lad us:i-




S;;:., ;t: inierit-:s ',Xe Lii,t re4uaiuieild fi ai.
"'1'.. T N,,.enll,'" h,- tn o ln l::;t. "'ioV>
l\vl2! -,, t-*-'el w .'et ; '-:e r-:,;,s the tele-
n.i-;iii'. A'inl Ier .\Au::t Iho -c. w I,< c'ii-
:' r', I .he t:;.irr;ia.- already tnmal-.
S'Le U-'- e t, tlls \I hit-n w\\ e 'r:lr'-Id to0
t. ;1 f::lh, t'I .t \x l; a 'no caullse tto wA r-,'-
ry. t!..t i'\t:-'vlliiit:l \i,: it ( le 41 1lt as
\v .- i'a ntel it. L:at i,, lnd l ia Imi, ie
',ari 'lic' sh e cs'oui'ib :iaps!ly. if lie-'s-
s.;-vy. at the la:it iiiriute.anil that charm
at sI-ret. \\lit will she say now?
W\Vy rnt oi aind lind out inl give htier
It li'a' to try itW" Andre sprang up.
se;7.,'l his liat adtil Iln frc ti the house.
"WVell." said .Noeiie. whatt n s?"
She had not ye't retail! tile tele-


! ;rie ,'il lie' ciot r '.) ,' 'p'y tbA:t wheli It
was ill e m!'! Il nuil lie trit' he f. i::il it iitmos'iblle. Hifs family v
-eare-.,-il the country aromnlt( for L in.
anild it \%%:s not until the snow halid melt
ed flnd ilgone andl s<(.:'e one happe'nedI
to 1 into th1'e cy-clone ellar th:it hei
was found there."- New York Ti ibuue.


Appearane...
"Apnearanue.s.." remarked the sane of
Hawvi'ille. "ir never as. deivin as
wh'-n you g.t to ta.'.lkin to one of these
classic blrowved. st;:te.-m-i;inlike. look-in
fellers atin !iI'ver ti a:t ltx's a chuckle-
head."- Indi a al!s Sun.


"The very woir-t." said Andre. "HIe A4tr LaGrippe-What'
refuses and threatens tm. disinherit me. X'uallv a racking cough and a
But. denarst. you will marry me alny- general fslintrofw-akness. FoL rY's
v.ay. I can find something to do. and H-o.NY ANID TAR i ticunranteed to
we will at least have each other." cur ttie trippede couugh" and make
Noemle was very much in love. and you strong and well. W. A. D'Al-
her good resolutions l Iwan to waver eniberte-.
lefore the strength of her lover's de- C i 0A JTO 1 A..
stre. They were talking despondently lwtheM Th l IM Yml mt lli gBgt
when the door opened, and a pretty, Sipatue. ff
S "'ltear me. how unhappy you look!"
she qai i-. "What Is the matter?"
"'M. ielv'ally has refused his con-
sent." siidit No mle.
"In!,-! Well. it woukl be funny If Brittle aurpass all other make--
it \; .r<'c no s( ."0;1..- peanut, cocoanut, pop corn and wal-
"Aii'. t I' ,.,. how can you!'n murmur- nut.

"It is r.ither serious. maldaime." said
An14re. -lie lihas etit a tclegram. but TbOS. UatSO i CO.,
It lms not comet* yet'." 1'?'
utm still Aunt Iitse knile,-. ITIAT ESTATE
S":ty here until 1 conwl' Ioaek. Andre!
I Ani gii- to ty my little fairy charm Rental and Insurance
as n l.-it resort."
All hftern-on t'. two yoVuin, p-eple AGEINTS,
s:tt dsco.,,ol:itely together. watittng for Corner Garden and Palafox Streets.
t.:m' tcl'.-rntin and feor A.nt Isose. What
!.:i.l I'e-owie' of his f:athwr's dilsp.t-i h? PENSACOLA, FLA.


A.\'K!re 'emld not imtr.LI::we. At last. lo'ng
aifTr t.he thne it s!ioull have coimie. tie ,
m:,il entered with the formidable en-
vel,-'w. Noemile took it mnd was about
to o iqwn it whien Andre s:;Jd:
"To'-r it up without re-ading It. We
:.T:,.-- what it says."
-'I ant t,> s-e how it looks," replied
.: <-lnliie.
.1, sw ri:ad a v,-a'\ of color swept .
t "A'.dre," s'.' !w ried. theree is omee
I;tl t;il : Is.: t. n Ito t!'is:
' 1;;. t: -" hon.ir t > a k t'.* T.ar-l of .
S "r,:-. lt I.'. .l f.r **. % , or ire. I i;. c: ,l; .A t
y ".7 t %tin':,t.> 1, s;p fu!.,
"I' e V'V LLEY."'
".Is it p 's.--ile t! .:t Aunt l'tse lhis
-: ,' .*-'c ~,:1"' cric- Anti. e,. be -ioe him-
. it \,-i joy.
'it ii .:.-t Iw. t .it. :l't w that tilans
! o';! i,, en;:;',!oy- whaiit Is her secret'." '
It :n 1 I,:-;: I ;!ic l .fot e, tlicy f oulnd,
.. :i. ;!:; '- t! .A- in i're overil':n l a con
e'.'-:It' i1 i.i ui:nit for h s ea.rs.
"' wa.s I'.ht., was I n.t. tq L ke'p niy
f;i.'; in .1 y% ,: g1 ol hlia;'t nnd to int.r-
"*p: l;* :t I -1t (diat1i'h I-fore I wIent
teo s''v yo1'!" n'ekecl Autnt lot*et in a
', 'ce thiit A.::ile lid never hietIard Ivet
trnaL ,e so .!i and ttendler in tote.
"Ahi. It ,s'." reslmonded M. Iel\-allehy
:ni a vo ite sir':ia er st!ll to the listener,.
')W o('viuld I know that the girl of An.-
dre's c'oic-'e was your niece? To think
tihat I was about to seprnte tihr- a a
y,,1ur father sepiar;ctd us. Iwvause I
v.s th'u IelO,; lha ta tl'ey woiil thuve
-t't.:-e4i all tl:.it I suffered in giving;
o'u ; I)p ;l til In thilinlg of you all
tl.e.-e yveir-' And now that we art -
::l.tiel at l: ist yitu will n.it I''fu.se"-
i'ut sui!che'aly Ainilr' realized that he
:v.i. listetiiie aud crept stift!y a%\ay.-
S 'ii :igo .\ .- s.


WE TAKE ALL WORRY
off your ehoulderq. and
manage the renting of your hou-4ev, th' col-
It-ting of repits, payment of taxes, inqur-
anceand repRirq. and Pverytbing in coil-
nection with the proper care* your houses
or property. as conDclintiouily a. you
would yours*If. We keep down expen*r-
tnd -see that the house are kept lu good
condition for which ourcharge8 are reason-
at>e;. .we are HtiKAl(tAKTERH FRH
HENTERP, ,and append a list of a few de-
sirbblp dl t-llings:
t. W. Cor. Iteus and LatRua street, io
rooms. $.0)
8. W. Cur. Reus arid Belmont streets. 7
roo n s ................. .. ... .... .0i
No. Ka-t l th street. 5 rooms :l;.)
No. wVeit Government street, 5
roo on . .. ... ..... .. ... ..... I- **
No. --East Chureb street, 5 rooms. l:lj.
No. :ikd North De'illiors streer,5rooms IO.tv '
No. 7 North Suring street. 5 rooms, 4.101
No. 311 West Lat us street. 4 rooms, .9n
NearGouldin F .la.,e room .... .... 1).)
West Itnierarity *tre t. rooms ....... ... 110
No. 4-'2 North liavi si'e-t. 4 rooms ... .i
L4. W. Cor. Garden and DeViiliers tl*..
3 room s ........... ......... .... 7.-.

AN ORDINANCE
To be Entitled an Ordinance Relatilng
to the Erection and Repair of C'e.-
tain Buildingsewithin the Fire Inim-
itu oftIhe iv orPeniacola.


No toe or Toes. Be it ordained iby the Mayor and Council of
If slc-es go on f.revter. why should the City (of P'- aMeoli :
,. -ction 1. Th', wheneiive-r the owner of
lnot )our! t s growI togeithwr' We have any" Otr. within thef tire' limts. of tilt'vity of
:1o u-wse r tlhet. We can't manager I'eienacifla. tiaflt entirelycovetred lv water.
,ha.ihall apily for pi-rns-iiion to ere't ther*e'oni
' I :i. Abt< ut one min nl lIn1 J c1an piling a boat ietis',. or like' lmuidittgI. hav-
[Ill on 1hi inti'rossei muscles and IIi a oodtni fraiui, and to bL *en tirely cov-
S, re'd hv tin. /zine- r sheet iron. or wb*'n
i.,ena:l out i.s it*"Ts. In the remaining ,,ve.r the ,owner of aniy -uctic bu:lltng '-o
,*e:. t;.cOse mus-tl s are as dead as fiber. .-*rect'.- within:1 -!ild limits.-hall ,apply f -i
,- D.p.rtn'l si'io- to) repttar tti sPam-*., the Hoe rd
; v h! 'u't i'.ect'i tise-l since the in- ,,f i'ultii W,-rk ,.ofthecity shail lhave au-
:-;; stuck c!. .> toets in his Mlouth antd thority to c-riit p.-rml--ion to -ucti owner
,; -..;a,'d a ,a xy song without words to e.reT't or" rm-r;er such uii had nrc'.
% l Wto. e'c. "2. "J'tii it itly ),r ori who 'ha! rI .
%f I. o \ -e 'r, v :it all tile tiue. the or repair, or attm-vtit to' r,',t r repair. -niv
\ 'i, :l c, -,I c! c, r tin ers W,,,l .-.im bftiich i. l:r:n :t:.,-out tir-t :iiVi ohbtai -.: 11 tin ers wouli p,.rni- sion ..- t -!)o iromn the boartil of 'ut.i)
'* l-st. % e clt so Inui bh -uft fool lie 'Works 'stal i 1- ,-Iii-lhe- t ly tf in rot
..:tt twe l::;a 'e s. arcely a y need of ..x*,-,.-,inz :l -,. lo by ilU pri !l;l,'' t ,'not \-
Scet' -din,at,-(I ay..
-.- ti'i. :u;i.s nou!ti 1uns.-k'v.r every pur- ,'e..). I htI l; .il orrliianne-s. and part' -f
,ee'. is I:n a i,'tl ieD is r .for-i;, ,, %rduna -,' -. ', 0a t tth :t.v' r,,vision
po.se. as r.'.onef o' iit .ormd -.t earform ') b y repealed.
.:; ..'ie'-rv I. m,.'e mwe leg;!n a mc:il. .\tt.,"t. J.M. HIi.i.A. T'.
TlIhere are over 21' t distiltt muscles lu -I A l1. l ')t erk t1, L.,-v.r
Clerk. Le-,A 4'.


ithe huiani boioly. of hi.-'h the best of
us keep al tut 1,i in prire condition
tu proper use.-New York Pres.



CASTOR IA
Far Infants and Children.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tn.w
I


In th" F r- 't"11C'ir..'i F I.1"
M att It j W l wil., t I ti'I-,*


to apP).'xr to tU140 bl hiI if Cf l p paintd.
I-lt.~ii.- i--in. 'i nMwit~ty. %lay7* :1. "all

.eFl 'A ~%vW'. fan.*w..pe~-r p bi.r
A. M. MCMILLAN.
4 lerk t'iro'uit Court.


Hiue III ciV '' -u-tcr-

lo'ts o-f ebemur -cU 0
ireon' bed tncit't,-i if ( ii;arj'-- -i ..r
Co. The in'Ire'Wt- vp mu st" -..i'm :, *e ~tile mc
lar tiw-ir tht- oig-iui-r. ni1' 1'i-
;qap a le-iv empLO Ve', '"'mril Upt'l 1)
tho third flrcmir where' th'-''c went. 30 ...rl.-
at w~tmrk and n- ri%'dtA twi ido i. ie
T'f- -iirlit left the tbuildin.g qijlh-liv an
saft ly.


Out of 'luce.
Cheap thine a jre f'ind at areacn -air,
hut., oh, the ch'ap.-t :.!
b the man who) s c n I t' '.er- va;:.ng
UL til his uile is ,'r-.
-Pli.;1-ia:;a Pret
L'A GRIPPE co i g s often continue
for inonths and some'titnim l,-ad
to fatal restltq after the patient i-
supposed to have passed the dancer
point. FOLEY'S I[o(uNEY AND TAR
affords po-itive protection ard s"-
enrity from these CoutGHis. W. A.
D'Alembertp.

We will launder your spreads for
15 eonts each and make them look
like new. Star Lauedry.


N o refrigerator on the.
market can equal those sold'
by Marston 6 Finch. Call
and see what beauties they
are.


A Kern...- 11usrd CAREY'S WOUND WAS FATAL:-
wWben a real KanMSa blizzrd ----
stas.e" said a native of th state. -the Editor Who Maid. F!iht Arainust titus.
dnow 1at JIrs is usuallY Soft and fine bling In ('harl"tliton Dead.
and comes down With an ominous CHAMRLEII1'4)N. April A--W. J7. Car-m-,
quiet. Then It increases in Volume, editor of The Sea:shor-' fl.vi.-w. a ':ri
-and a wild wind hurls It aloug. it is PUbliCati'nWil(li1!1.~ 1(-it zrtm
bulndinag aad envelophing. aul. astim~aa~~ gai'tg nLe' s :,-
fro Im-in fr~-~rigcol, Oe cal;H"t Twitivecks ate.Car w-: 'aiuz'
butt K .ze his way-. The storm S011111- r iW1hn it was i': ux i

oa 4fthevse blizzai-ds towestillJ tilej"i'!ji ab cVCth.. Li-,ttrt. Wm ''v, --
Ia iri.!k r lf110 l'.1 n ts to) get f"0111 Iis -; iui irtuin' affti' it t ini:.
I'i-uii: mI~cto, t ht. uibleloor n iXiii' -l~e !-1h tilliz af:. h -I ; !
tz.kc-s a 'ordl awfI starts for tile sotable that 4%lir--V a -.i:a '1r--
.q. 111.iet-m' is It ui:Iy tle, even if f3utticrio4&t h fl ~f r. ittlt~-. '.:t'*.~
ItI 1 ;m m- ff i'sliuu ik-rrf ~tag-Pin-t t o i:~- '. ::;.-n-'
is Qi).I5011.41 tolf. lie Seldom
is to i.1) pim ia tronu giet:itig inst anel-b.iifeyi.tia' .- 1 ---
vu~l, -idi .ill inthe stlow. Sontietinles is encnn.l
the peol~le stand in the door and beki -1
it till canfl for a s-ignatl to iany oi-icC who JAeuimpli.-i cr Turn'-! Ou~t.
pi,: vIfe012? ia iet 'storni. Ilut tlikI~s of L MI. ::: a~ ui--
little unz-:'. a-, 11w noise iof thle Nvintl is 5 isthaso.! -m --'-
;4'-uailr t it Itdru~vi,s ahiriust e e. t 'y th a't- f.ii -iu~I- ;
cI 1-' fiL'.iv.. -
"'I of a c .'a -t- e'c-fa iitln w jo Plot t,:it ran L .ti z Nt x' i! -
I- '--t a tg --ili 1s siutaile toticlte housee, i rl:ighte4 gavt -:!.t VI -
Pw:'y I(d I li duJ illt!i(- S*ti'i-Il l m'r'imjL nt. *. -;i

,1 -I- the i'ntrIinv'..'i m ta cy-clone cellar an,!i 'ii ii v"--r,- v .'-y ':----'i~
:1 c:wlm'll in 0The':'and: I n-l c Ppee t..' and:m'It l'a71~'j-4-7 d-'04 '.m-I 1 1:-Jj
fpi -:' uic-t' Lim i10keeoulelt thie snow. 'Y- M' 'i -:-~~--~~-
cipx i- fi ?-r ndfaster andbn t 'ali


In Use For Over 30 Years.
T cr '.au L c'J eor y. Tv Wrjgfr StrCTjnry n w ior n c'tr.


R I. F1ilTS Allays Irritatio., Aids Dige:
Regiu!3tes the Bou.
St.-ength.as the Ch:
JIT H N A 1Makes Tcethir.g ta,
(Teething Powders) TEETHINA Relieves the .
Troubles of Children.
Costs oily 25 cets at ist, ANY AGE.
Or mail -2,rets te C. J. MOFFIETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.


A. m. AVERY,

[MPORTZR AND JOBBER OF


Iiarcdware,

Iron. Nails, Axes, Shovls, Saw Mill and Steamboat HappileU. Cook.:;
and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glass.
Agate and Tinware and lounlefrnialUng Goods.

Gans, Pistols and Fiahlag Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Boiling Mills Company, Revere G,in
Stltehed Belting, Northampton Zmery Wheel Company, Laftln A Ra~dj
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron klag and Buck's wt and Range., Wz. Coupe A o.'s Raw Hide Lae* Leather, Maary's Ready
Mad. L&.i:ad Colorn.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


F. C. BR NT.


W51. II KNeiWI-.FA.


DURHAM Cigars are l.r'-ii vis-Pre!,.nt. <(r. ,:-. .,1 : .-
the finest 65 cent smoke. *

berte's. a Aerst iNatioial Bank


PROPOSALkS FOlR I101 1"N I t'~-

KO-aI'.ei bid 1A I; t".. I!.'.i' IV ''-
of Publik' ?Afr't,' I!,*!. A
flir furni-t~imig 'ii ,iear.'i f. ~.1' t.I-
rig~ht to rv.'Pct t einy or nill h-


Or PENWSACOLA. FLAL.

W.H. jUNOWLE'S, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. }Ur1KNT, W. K HYER. JP.
D. G. BRENT,

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4WW e jIr i w a nr ,ow n 1Bi"I, *)f b-x-1 ba;- -re on uIr -, at. N r AI n. IJ- t i:

wa~y, $weoieu, D~aumtkrk and otner Auropean 0OULtrie-.
4WbVeggssl4 Di3bnnaed upou the Mass Fawnraf,!es
ObligatIOrJ3 Taken Payable at Port of Desurazzinn. Ten or Ff.:
attar VeiioelArrlvuoi t @; a.
WSaNOfety Deposit Bezes for' Rent in Connecti on
with which we have a Private Apartment for thea V me
of Reuters.


May objeck to gittin' up
and building' the fire in,
the it:ornin'. but if you
commence with her at
once you may be able to
overkum this prejoodiss.
I regret to obsarve that I
didn't conmmne -ar'y
enuff. * * It was a
rather cold mornini' when
I fuat pro;- oed tthe idee


to J'et-v. I' w,-t't weIll
received, a:,d I fund
iuy- v -lf layin' on :i ;:'..,-r
pretty -tui2I et ; *4' *
I te -;u !t I'l -,it ; ;:,

Art, .iU \V <": :.


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11O .1 SK!EI BRDIVES 114"E, IIPORM AD I)A


THNI RY I BOTTLF OF CE.LERY TOV).
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JU & FAMILY TRADr.80.4CI
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RYTitU 1WS' WAN-T 60L Milo


McMillan Bros. Co.


SCoppersmiths,

4 General Metal Workers.




Celebntd McMlian Semlm Turpuetine Still.

Wo Mot BaL E k Ld i Aft dl e a

MOBILE, ALA.


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for Infants and Children.

Castoria is a harmless substitute fox C( tor Oil. Pare.
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. ll i* Plea.ant. It
contains neither Opium, ~Iorphine nr other 'Nar'otiH
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishne%*.
It cures Diairrhlioa stand Wind Coli,. It relieve., Teethl-
ing Troubleo and cures Constipation. It regulat-es tihe
Stomach and Bowels, givingtf healthy ai.d natural sleep.
The Childreu's Panacea-The M3other'.s Frinud.

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


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1900.
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MARRIED TWO YEARS AGO.
Greom Cla-im His Bride After Gradu-
attag at Mercer.
Maco April IS.-In March. 189"i,
two years ag,. Mi" Mary Rosser.
daughter of J. M. Rosap of the Central
rsaroad, was secretly married to J. C.
B7yan. a Mercer student. The affair
wa kept secret until recently. The
nariage was w-lemnized at the reai-
dane of Rer. W. A. Brwd. Mrs. Boyd
aad L S. Barrett, a c&aeImate of the
groon. witne-d it. It wa. kept a
seirt b-caua-e Mr. Bryan withed to com-
plete his e ,ur"- at Mercer before it was
found out. Mr. Bryan has claimed his
bride and thb. couple left last evening
for their future hom- in Mazrhallville.
Cruise of the Buffalo.
PHILADELPHIA. April I- -Ono hun-
dred landsme-n.. or raw reeruiti, are b'-r.
awaiting the arrival (of the cruis'r Buf-
fain from N,,rf uk The Buffalo is t.,
make a two month-' erm-,.- of northern
Earopean waters, the course taking inl
the Baltic along the Scandinavian ce-'t.
A stop for order. will be- madt at G:.-
braltar. Th!' trip :* held by navy men
to be the tue-t in rthe orui-ing liha
President Will .Attend.
Nw Y e,tK April 1 -Fl"m prenr-nt
appearau ., about 2(,.,)0 p.-r'-n- wi-h
to attend the- Nati onal Whelome ni,,-niui
of the onf'ren of fr,-tn rnii-siai,
Saturday evening. Preidenr McKinill-v.
Govetrner R,.c,.-velt and ,ex-Pr,--:.-.i;
Harrim.,n will all -Te-ak.
(George Angell iiet .NtaIddenly.
DETROIT. April 1% -G president of the tCiy Sa.r,- IiaJk ,t
Detroit and ,f the M:chic'at Biker'
association. xpir-d -ui'.tib .ly at ii-
breakfast ta'* t...iay. Tht I.-u .. ,3 5n
attack of beart di,-a.-..
Cotton Mill Chartered.
OoLtUMIA. S. C'.. April iS -A charter
has been issued by the w-r-.tary of taree
to the Monachati nii:l of Gr-.nri'l
The buildings for the plant. tc.. are
now in the oourse of eonstru,'imu.
Seth Low Elected President.
Nsw YoRs. April i8.-Seth Low,
pnmident of Colambia University, wa
eeed president of the American Geo-
gUpaiicl soaet iast Right.
He Fooled the 8urgvemns.
All do-tors told Renick Hamilton.
of West Jeffer-on. 0.. after apffering
Ihmonth- from Rectal Fiatula. he
would die unle-as a costly operation
was performed; but he cured him-
@elf with five boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. the -urest Pile cure on
Earth, and the be-t Salve- in l*:e
World. 2- c.-nts a box. Sold by W.
A. D'Aletnibrte. Druggi-t.

Bishop J. S. K -y wrote: Tiu.i-
INA (Te.thi:il P.owd-r- wi- ll *:re
satisfactory t',a: a inyt:,i!iz w-- -vFr
used.


THOUGHTS.


some .or11-hich Are q-rv Wine.
While *pa-r ~Are Nit!o6 OV s.
Slang 1-cI- ii: .# :nr ,T-sp I VXL..i t-
Say a 111-Un 1--111i t!1v r j. ** t:. t---v i
be Is -,..,I t lt.-
The fel!%- %t Lc. lj, i~.: t:
his hnlir I... ie: oZs5T c
werar i'utr'-. c
Mo'n hn%-r -*1m~c: ."
more eoflt 1a 1-:i1 c ::: ;--

Poor A,! .: I!- u-.r: i:r
1i -1v.
Tr t
fee it. ii *.



bapil!:c'.. .c.; ~ i t- t
'tim e L Li.' c ''ea



his fiy -1jc1 ;. ::.!1, t: - 'r .

roon a.

niaucni -Ia t i :-'t:et

forgo* 11 '-k"; A-........ tC e-! a: celft 8


I i l i z th eI *4-f're ttiiiii for hs
hat aiiul oi erie a. v 1 : !eeC.'.I Lad Can en-
gage-ltu. t c -n L .:i feer t*04H'ci.


p Th Say Was newestt*.
rhe other eterutcfl' ehaAi tbe Man
in the W1t .,fa tlicn-:vr. **a buy
Came to Liv.1.-:.J r-:iil. *.Are th:vse uty
Om andI to-k fr.Uin 11:ui11 1cC fr-sjt
row svais Cr- !!iat n: U iL'hl L."(1
bt-ewn t~u 'a:-c a lt ci'-Iiui.t-es- or s-
and thit u :v%, 11%h pas-ted m&.guilc.rt
aw ill. ( 3it. v'-.illy eicl:'. B tlin t ,%%-i
,did 1,is ty :iC cU itpjeP--'i to tI'

-Lt.e toy r'~Lc 'AV!i. p:lila.caun.
bonue-ivwi lth te-n !:t-t u.:lt anwl slooeeil c
thieul to lia:Il.lI:3. tiil Le- Set., Aieit
in g .-I 0'!luiti.or sq-ucioxvlle~ tit
tzaz'la l~.~i t ie 1wc ie a goCCI

$-.1-r 1 aefotr uul., o. lc I '--"Ii
of it, tbut lit.g9"t So x.'adlthat hIt.- saidl
thiat 4,\ e-Ty Lialtticeow 1, ie xvulclflt Q']!t
bonic till after I*_' ulle)' 1- aid lie tuulci
ine for lie-avcti's sake i enI ;:.t tnair-
ried tee 1-e4 ouJ~t fc .r- a ..s-nblt~e W01,3Un.
All the e it I ii I -itg131;Z11-11, a1141l1h`
w-as getting imal.,clr. and !so le s I~e5l l sli
woubleint go Ito the t iu.-a ter vifi ith het
after that. anud lio' tort- the ticke-ts IT'
and ruslife'd out sc ivLe re alele.it'
ain't bLink v.1 eit lie r. h-ut ii.::nllamad41n1t
ca re. 1116 TeI ije t. J ;q-,-s o tff 1:..
C-Ari-it nU!,ITIie tI e till: fur!41% -" '
nc o4' c eI zt- 111ctiC.S i a t- lo%%n on
Saturday witb some otLetr fello'.'.nnt:I

*ignv.e ofther ltettet to t!,eanP


Re~i-crd.


MARITIME*
CLUARKD.
htr so Caponor. 1651, Wilbur. hy Wm 8 Key-
-.-r a Co for Fleetwood. witbh2Vi5l1 saft low-
I-r. 1.05.5,42 a ft sawn timber. valsed at
$2 AM~
icNCbk No ra. li"4. Mikkolser. by Penes-
C018 ALuna-r of~r IDuhteb.-lIm. with 61.4%8
Of tt Qawn timber. 616JOI1S GIL number, valued
at 0 500.i
nsor1' Irsula 8B-tght. 114. Coo'. by G.ulf
Transiot C'. to- Tatupico. with 4coo)tonsi C011.
Val U-0 at $1*2'c'C
-par' a-*5 Frnli 5 v.Arrihi. by (tdf
Tr-.u-.t o for .,awe~rpooi. with 21441 equnits
bsle.~ ...'rc %r-ee 4. rrnI -4l4 %4ks c
cae.e" .lcV)tcs lard*.Z bbd. i-af tobk.C -0. V,.
to"c, .i i L -c-,k Iumber, jC o4. s
t Iu u, 4cr. ial ur~,at f117- :()P
SAl LRD.
.N,.r ]k n". Halv-r-en Gih(j.,-t
fi a'spe-toor. Wi.th-ejr. tF'.-%, -,
;I te & Atee~Las: aA, -,7& In at.H&r- t c4 .to- air-1.


Ar OtARAN'TINE%
'-pan s- M1&io.t-.Lazanga. Ci-niut-
4.1 to Vo 1. Ut1& I'(-
I-oleanick Ittj- 4&- kov. Pahato;rd-
fir t- rrcur:,-. : Pe~UWa ii. Hatinallao Liulf
I ran-.t Coou
-t t'aui 1.- Leoa! ia k)toe1s CIiumtur CtCo


M4r ..: ~c..MK:~.rHavana 'o
i -. r
,m in -ci I mo'sa;.ir. .A-i,i-i, taid-zna5 to
mat-t r
Nter tik An,-r&iEt- ... rnin-he~st. Aber

((wk.to or-Irr

THE -SHiIP'lNNi.
VICAA~iL.4 IN PORT

N' A* 4. WVj. to,: Zt, 1- %cr r au It

icr C~r: ~ --4. Hawtc,,k. to WicKeyser
'Ve l~'Ffll(,1W7i.Johafli-n. to Ptenesa-
Hr -.r,,. :.8nbre- to W S h y
r~ & Coc
Span Franc.!,ca.z~. A ri bi. cl J f )r Liver-

fir I r--iu i imo. .-v '. Luke.. to C.,..f I1 rabie~t
f)1 I .%Li.& J-.rWt 'ood .el c


AmSee40b eI easmel kg.a
Colossl Ez was a famous character
In the early days Although Ulving la
Doaphma county. he was ette lan Atch-
loa. fMlowed by a pack of bounds.
He was a high toned southern gentle-
man. with a kind bdat.
One day while returning home from
this city he came acres a man whose
wagon was stuck In the mud In Inde-
pendence creek bottom. Colonel Egeo
at once started In to help the man pry
out his wagon with a fence raiL
While both were working away Ege
became angry and yelled to the man.
"Lift. you son of a gun: you are not
lifting a pound." The man picked up
the end gate of the wagon and split it
over Ege's head. laying him up for
three weeks. Ege had his hat off when
he was struck and was so bald before
coming to Kansas that be was known
as the BRald Eagh!- of Maryland.
Ege always carried a pistol and was
al\vays trying to shoot through some-.
bodv's lhat without hitting him. One!
day, at the ludependence cretk ferry,.
he shot at a manI. but aimed a little
low and creased him. But Ege was
always a gentlenian: he took the man
lt:to his howe and tenderly cared for
hin until he recovered.-Atchison
Globe.


A Life and Death Fight.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester,
I.., writing of his almost miraculou.
e-cape from death, says: "Exposure
after mea-les induced serious lung
trouble, which ended in coIznumpI
tioen I had frequent hemorrhage-
and coughed night and day. All my
doctors said I must soon die. Then
I been to u.e Dr. King's New Oi.-
c.cvery for Consumption. which com-
plto-ly cured mie. I woild not Doe,
without it even if it cost $5 00 a hot-
tie. Hundreds have used it on my,
recommendation and all -ay it nevpr
fails to cure Throat, Cheat and Lung
troubles Regular size .A'e. and
Il.ix. Trial bottle-s Rea at W. A.
D'AlemberLe's drug stolE.


Ta mp.- o
xTmpo s Iron aad Steel Markets.
(c-:r A.gust. I; i. Jaburg. toorjd-r PIrraBYRO, April 18.-Local iron and
BASas. steel manufacturers deprecat the report
Nor Barosa. P. Eveosen, to H H Boyer circulated east and west of a big decline
.'or Concordia. i_. obalverson. cld for in prices of iron and steel products.
Port Emela Eivers. 77. ooncabes, to These report, they my, may have an
B.ars. lunwdy at co effect on the market, but as prices are
,%or Eur Tambarskelver, G4.Hillesen,
CorfauarTlwb5rskevor,4. Hiiesen, regulated by the supply aad demand,
Nur India. 57-. Jenson. to Gulf Naval there can be 0o smius idctio. The
Store. o Carnema Steel C company 80d st0l
.or Lou.se. 1015. Loreatsen, cld for Har- p, at $1.90 and a p lomi ty ih that
ktu- Loule.,r*. Janasoa. toW 8 Keyser & $1.70 will be the pksiowlhi th omeoth.
or ersapor. 117. Johnson. to Baars. Pr t to s.
ljnwxly A- 'Co Prewnr to Dewey.
% or Nora. l>H'. MiLke:sea. cid for Dub- PITTBPRo, April 18.-Admiral George
rtu osno. 7.*,. -ohansnen. to Pensacola Dewey and bis wife have been tendered.
It Prosp-ro. 4 M.'ighori, to C T,'rre in maguifieit portraits in oil~f themselves
Nor .c.>i)na". .f-c~. P.-t.r-ul. eld f ,r leakar Pr adent Charli Schwab of the
An v-ianlU. .7 7 .cker, to Z, F sauu- by rdent Charles Swa otSL
ema 34- .V- Carn'egie cunpany and M. Chartian, the
iAiR-NrTss,. lainous lFr-nch painter, has been com.
-. Sim. Matj.,-ds.:-: miombe, to Baars. liui uied by Mr. Sohwab to do the work.
1 a o .OMr,.. lere lMarried.
.Naa A av-.EW YO,,K, April 18.-The newslpa-
.* "n .s A 1anvls- fr.. H n-onx tr> maI-ta-r
Am HatI- H barbiur. l*- e+-ne. LoJi.o pers announce te inarriage in this oity
A 1 -'-7.'tX -0.
!:r j' :E, .-t. .. S-w.t: ..tomns- yesterday of Mrs. Bernard Bere, the
nactrtes, to C. W. Oliver, a former pri-
Atm ie:.- -ca: Mu-ton. :,'-. C tk.to order Vrsat se&reAary of Lord Luanedale.
JP. CLEAKKlD AND SAILED YO PK -
BACOLA To accommodate tho e who are par-
TZrAMSHIPS. tial to ron use of atomizers in apply-
Fat, of: versr-.ai. Br. 1,. Hu:1 March 1- ing liquid- into the nasal passages i
F,.r--t B-ok. Mr. :7.. Mana. Lardiff. for C'tarr/oI t/o,/-ides, the proprietors
MA.:. ." prepare Ely's Liquid Cra*rn Balm.
l-c, nm-r 'o-. Pr.:-..-. Lacell-r. at Tyte. Price including the. spraying tube is
Ni. -hi
. ir.: r Ol e---nnck Marh :. 7-', cents. Druggists or by nail. The j
ti-t-:...a :: : x. t' ar;.T MNrch 1. liquid embodies the medicinal prop-
S. r. .. at Ne Ca.t!- Mlarch .c. erties of the solid preparation.
t, hr. ...-'a. .'4Lt%.e-rpMarch 'ream Balm is quickly absorbPd by
BA Ex. the meinbrane and does not dry tup
Ana S '.a:-. .it..d Mnr-,-:!-' Jan 2'c the secretions but changes them to
A&eat e-, N er =7. oid .intwerp 1D-c 14
A, .,F'.- 4tTebe i 12 a natural and healthy charaetter.
''-.-d. I. .:: ,'< .e-noa Fci t 17Ely Brothers, 5 Warren St., N. Y.
ryo, t. it I .I r il d < adlz March -'


H- .I: ;a. Nor. aI si .Mo- March .
I- rtrand. N-.r. s*4. aid L o-u-r M-rc':h I
-ia .*n,'ttto. I'. -. id t 'arthair-:'.ii .an ..5
Cth;-ftatn. P.u- ",*. at I I-r r .Tr ,<. It. ,d 1 u:014 I 0 0 *-'
r ri1 7 jU .i'v l..i1,d u i corn MI treh 7
Fi-atiucia. It. ".7 -ul VaS,-ncia March I .'
F- ;.". It. .V:, ',1 %tole Se ,pt :-'. ashore
Nov n-ar P.ir Roval
: .:j a 1:, it. 1',71 .'! .Marse'lles March -'
,ct.Tatr C'a-ai.,o;:a. It. It'.V. s.d tw.-Ioua
K tc I(.d.rtc Nor. 7-.". '! t.lu'kstad*: March 7
.1, s:I an~ ~e;*+ .. ?'r. -14 'Ciritotnl ianl i Nov If)
Joh r :i-. .Nor. %lcI 1 uoniithur l'C-C 9
LacaNru:;a. It. 7. ',.1 MII tir ill os e.b q -
.titrim .sMa-.irr.1. wedJ c.d 'Cap: '"'Own
Marh "
Mich-i*c I 't. tod 4,-1n< ; a March "4
Marce-l!. It '.4 Harnhurg, Nov *
M.-iu-ine-. R ;,. 4. sid 4 .-hsrone--q Feh. 1
M ,lnt- A. It 744. 4ld Mar,.-illeofi March :3
Pi, ue -r. ,,- i. ll.-'. at IA)ndon Mar'na :1
a mifi-ro. It. i;. a'd Rotterdami March *:I
P'-ta. It, -* l tll Marr-eliles Marchb ;,
Rachehl.e- P. It. i... ild Marltmiir s h"eb -:7
Hibe. [Dan. 441 at tahia Jan *u'
S ntisd, Nor., si. old London March 241
Vaiuts. Nor. old 1 eith Mch 10
Virznia., It. ld Madeira. FV-\t "!
Willard M jdget.-..2., sAd Balharit. R G
Mch 521
Nerves &ad Rair Pleklng.
"Persons whose nerves are In any
way out of gear should not plck hair."
observed a well known specialist in
nervous diseases to a reporter. "and
Indeed I am almost willing to go fur-
ther and to say that they should not
handle mattresses or pillows stuffed
with hair. The tactile nerves, the
nerves that are located in the ends of
the fingers. seem to be specially affect-
edt tey handling of hair or animal wools
o(if any kind.
*Many good housewives do them-
selves great injury in picking hair in
thj- repit oir or ltertion of niattresses,
a.ul \vhile they think they will sate
U itney eby doing snch'l work themselves.
thl'y otten tindi out that. besides the
4-riional s T:ffiri u nconsu5tioncte, they
: "pay t: n.:11in1y t;init.' in, doct'trs' a.i0
n.>-d!iiue ills .\ .hat they save from
mattress miiakIrs.
"I knqw of i:;:e ,ieStonS. nien more
frequently tlhn woCinit. however. whVO
would lte thrown into niervtous spasms
if they nuerc cornpillt l o handle vPl-
vet feor 13 minutes-that is. to handle
It on the fuzzy or velvety side. Those
who are unpleasantly affe-ted l by vel-
vet know it an-i therefore avoid it as
much as possible."-Washington Star.

Shakepehlre Lucky Too.
Smiles-I'm glad I1 wasn't Shake
tp.are.
t;:' S:..!es--r.f.Ciati-9 I s'!-.uld be dead

; .:e;s---cs. that's tr-:.-, and Shake-
sl ire would L'- furotten.-'Chicago
Nc'.s.


The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's.


F.


E.


Great Bargains

o--A&-- o 1





OHEN FRIEDMAN OS

RACKET STORE. ***


We Pride Ourselves on Having the Grandest a:Ad M )t
Exquisite Selection in


Spring and Summer Dress Fabrics,

Wash Silks and Organdies.

Greate-t CLoice -r the Mo-st Celebrated MIanufactur- :


Shladies' Shirt Wlaists;=

Al-o a Great Variety <.f


Ladies' Sirts and Tailor-Made Suits

JUST RECEIVED.


Millinery Department.

As (U-ual N- Lpeid in Styles and Pricet. ou'ir Mrs.
Hughes. tLe Headir Ml inner. well -ustain.* h-r
Reputation aa an IU'-to-Date Artiat. We are
Crowded. (ive your Orders Early for
YOUR EASTER HATS.


Our Shoe Department.
We do Not Need any Recommendations. Men. Women
and Children are More than Convinced that thay
get the Most Fashionable and Durable Shoee at the
lowest prices at COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.'0
STORE......


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

MATTINGS, CARPETS,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
Trunks and Valises.
WE ARE INVINCIBLES IN LOW PRICES.

We Invite the Public to Look Into )our Show Win-
dows for Prices. Plenty of Goods! Plenty of C;irks to
Wait on You'
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

Coahen, Friedman & Co's

RACKET STORE.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.


W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


MANI k7ACTUtERS A.N:' IN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CTPRESS SHINGLES--Klin-Driei Sall


PENSACOLA. FLA.


BRAWNER'S


+SPRING


SALE!*


CA681-1


1-1OT8 jBEa


SPED1414LOTIC ES.


~ Not 4 w@D.
MUONE]Y "I'" L.EN 1.

M ON*FY TO) LOAN *ONI' P >
roroperty. Apply toA.A. F.~..
building. Palafoa street.
IOAN'0 AT LOWEST RATE-
~TEIIEAT CAN ALWA'i-
TV%EINb BY PARTIF'S u;
iSFECURITIE',L KY 4A1L~LNe,i.-A
LIAM V ISHER. '214:, .5e U HII P '

IV YOU WANT TeeFlo Rle .% v
I~~-mone-y. in-t:ro- vcc=:, -L
cure- ah-traet4 of title-. h :%'wcc.
Ta'e-. re-nrt prnoorty oef (I --
re -Itli~colle-ctPeI or v(our tax-. v,
(-1l11 #n or adilre-.-e r!),.,. .a-
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I-IVVIi-ITY F01' VlIII.NIA
31l,4t Oummir. July to e, pt. I. .
pt-'lIliv helpful to heicinner-. o : t .
for adS nilazia to the. her: a-i ,..
practltli,)Irj. who ihrve lIrke-l in-
For 't:aloi is. addr-o,.
ILU'. aINA NS retary, ,rh lottoers ll. >
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No better Cigar for
the money made--DUR
HAM-at D'Alemberte s

NAVAL STOIKE MAItMIr.
lepnritd lDaily for The New 'e
Meser. A. M MMose Co

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8PIlrT TTrlarsPi -4 7 seatsa


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

Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents'

Furnishings, Shoes and Slippers. --


2-5 l)oze-n Men's French Neck Bal- -ii Doz-n Ladies' Sleevele--1 Vpetc.
briglran Undershirtsat-25centseach; Liile. Thread, our price 25c each or
Drawers to match. S2-.7 dozen.
30 Dozen Men's Fancy or ('oleored 12 Dozen Men%' Fancvy -i:k Frontt
Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents Bo-om Shirt'. our price 4)c. each:
each: Drawers to match. all sizes.
'3- Dozen Men's French Neck Ral- 2) Dozen Fancy and White S tbri'gasn or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated BoSomn shirt-. our price l ,N,:
quality, at 45 cents each; Drawers to all si:es.
imitch. We carry the larzf-t Ilin- of Min -
Dl Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and HBoe Color-d Shir:ts in te. City
B:albriggain U'ndershirts at 50 cent,: ;it the Lwe-t Price'-.
Drawers to match. .A-inch Sprinta I'ur.,ale,~. our
lio Doz-in 1'tdie- Sloevele-a Vectst price .......................... Jc
-it old price. i for 25 cent-.or 4.ce :;:-inich\ Vry Sheer WVhite Lawn,
C Idozn: elm broidereld neck. our pri-e-...................... -
1753 Doz-n Ladi--' M\i-se-' and 27-inch Chec!. Naincnok. ,,iur
c hildr-ni-" Sle--v -.f-, 'et t-., with price .......................... .,
Ta-e Nec'k. 3 for 2ic or 95c dezen. ;0-inch W'! :t- tnid ( ,,!-er-e<
2351),7-ti L tdie-' Il(aeveless Ve't'. 'in u..-.. err .-..ri,..... .... .... .. ic
with -lilk lape Neck, 2 fr .",c e. :;, ;oi: ct W hPit- Cerded 'ii'i. c"ur'
A1.35 d( zi-u. ; tic .. .......................... .. ''


Remember the Place,


:;,'-inch Solid and Whrit- Duck.
o .r p rio . . . . . . . . . . .
1 Yard-Wide .-a I-;,and C-tt,,n
at ........................... Sc
1 Yard-Wide F-itc:,vill,- Hieach-
'-. Ili.(ie by I. nl-d:l.- Ceo..
w ,I- it ;a-ts............... 7' c
uu Pie-c.-- Iate-t Calico at...... 4c
1-Ca-- Pal.lbitui'- ingham,
W 'arrau.ted ....... .......... .
J'J-t received a f'N, ;i.e of Skirts
and Shirt Wa,-.t ,.r ; ic- are the-
lowest.
P tr.! ,i, a! d l ';:i-re-l;.,- .. u .;.
$ j.i anad $1 "d .
Ladi:,- Irr;ie-c- -'.t P.ir,-.- it.
late-t -hiade at *1 7", a,.d M'.. .';
All tLh- latt-t ty-- in, I. 'l,---' and
Childr-i's Strw Hat- n.iid S ail,-r--
al-,o -O' roll- New Spri,:' Mat:it,a:-
at 12 .. 1I and 2'. i.p.r yar .


311111B


25 Oezits


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$iek Apostle's Restaurarn
S'C en rt ,rl rohrniptlY Mrvd all I.
of Iay (or Ni bt.

Fish and Oysters in All Styles

Nick Apostle.


C 105 S. Palafox Street,
GEO. A. PETERSON


Dealer 1:i
Bieyeles and Bicyele Sanlr:;e
Age-nt for Ranihler. Clev-land ar.t
Hueyrcels. ix Yearo -xpr.- -i.-
pairing of hicyCe.-. (*a& II--
Typewriters. Gun-,. k.tc. K-:'- : .
nt any lock. Etc.
12 West Romana Street.


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NDW ON,


F. E. AWNER


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