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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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VOL. 31. PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, .JULY 131900. NO.. 38,


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



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HEAD CRUSHED-- -WITH- A CUE. MMITTEE VISITS1 I ARTiLLERY DUELIS 'ARBITRATION---IS-SUGGESTED

NERTHEENDI[ R f O Oscar Slanii lUll) IV). .K>h. AVexxucr i i CKIeu Urge it ft .tlrment of the I't. ALLIES[ 8 DADLY ,

M'KINLEY ON ATTEEN TSIN
DVCATCR Ala., July J 2.-John AKss- ST. Lix'i.s, July li-Notwith:tand.n3

an1" killed Oscar Mann with a billiard the renewal of the strike, street tars are

S SAYS S cue in (i. r. 1 nchh-tt's calooii. Mann --- |II'! ruining un natal o-i the vanouo hu'>6 of .

MRH, HART : ind had a chfhculty with a painter He Is Officially Notified of': Chinese Guns Are Masked and the t
of tOO [ auumb.'.rufthu
:111..1! }Ightovvrr. Highto""r'al n His Nomination. Difficult to Locate. company dotlanj that

.i ill-r iiua than ilauu. aihl after the strJoLM have deferred tho union and .
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; (: ur ,\l 'snn.l.m It jjinnj wuy ut hA aw plying for work. This is denied
British Officer At Peking Has ,i -vivs l't+:.rrk.'l "1'.1 t&stK, n of that ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN i FIERCE BATTLE IS RAGING by tho triktiV extH-utlvo committee, i|i Adds to the Gravityof

"+,y-*-!\," rv 'trio; to tae fa.1 tlnitMiinfl I which makt u counter 11oIJrt ion that ,j
Abandoned All Hope of : w.. a Lirn,'r and luavior mnu than meii are leaving the employ of the oomI,I the Sitaation at
? tech of Piiatw and the 1. Chloeae Keen t'p u Contluuub UutubanlinwH
raise -
Hi!htCtwtrI tanth! -r tLn wri;t into pt I : paay.Efiorts. '
Being Rescued. I i thu sil'"m au I I,.K tII plftrtax I'tot liJi-nl's IMHJUS Korm tbe Basis : o-' the. Forelgu ..ettlctuent.Ueluforerm.nte I are being made by the citi-- !I iLU Tien Tsin.

I Mann eut>+nd iL. nt.lii'iii and words ,' committee to settle the strike by
IVtiJ -t It Will Be lIo ht'l i I Ilfo Front the \' _"1, I
issued
pnnl U twi *.i tits: -WI' r.J"I FOOD ALLIOST EXHAUSTED mid Mann irjrht to tight; a man bin )-\-elt Also Vottfied. Japauro'frapa Kxpeotf ,: 0. .tat.Illt'.J1t reviewing the Uu.niou and FORCE IS HANDICAPPED

on11 size. slant sail fl"IUL-.tiu both artie to the fxmtro-
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OAVTCTN July li The second notification Oau Kx. July 13.-.h artillery dut
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"Well I'll fight you. !loUt iwt with versy to submit matters in dispute for
Itilrty "J hi> my fi-ts. of William McJvmloy that btl bad proax-dug: at u. st'ttJt-uxait bv n board of arbitration

tack I the t JijNc.rl> AH lfj. I.,K.I- I i Alevauder struck Mann and an tho bewn HleitfMl as the nominee of the Re- : gun; arc MO wad that the a livesd.Qualty tJl!.. Neither side has answered the reti :I. Leek of OiguiiI/Atlou-Cominaoder

II.,.. Hern f istrof liaM cnn down with ternble! forw on so for UD they. are concerned there is no
Have KiuiJ-1 Ilirir IVil ,I top of Mttnu's ln-ud An man WA< siuk- at the siine place uo the first and all'' July-12.---Tlw British ad- .i trlke. I inamlers Work V.llluint Co-jpera-

I t ion .i-i ll"|M.1evt h'ii! '' June "(J.Ciith ': sag to the tlIJl):. AleMiiiJt-r aj ttn utracK the aocessones wen similar to the occasion ---- tton-Cottterencettof io Avail.
I him crushing Maun's skulL Ii i of four Il.gThen tho chairman r..irrity has r.'IIJ\.1 the lolk vujg Jio j MACHINISTS MAY STRIKE. :

Yy 1'nn .?nly li-A warier frum i Tho Mirpeoiia reaifAtsd p rti*! of bout years parch !ruin VI't1dllrnl &ymjur at I --- TIES Tats, July \iaSiiJLNOUAi.. Jaly
Sir It ,b Har 1:1 : bus of th? cooiniitts was Senator John i iM I! licp.mt From Kcuill: S-ijs Uulk
a n :, IVL.nc, jut ar- I| equal to 4 square mi:aea. Tiea Tdiu: 11-A homoteucons army of half the
Thurstou of Ke! raelka, who had b rurili this .vi'idated Juuo -
uitfin,; ]tit a "The Chint: continue fighting, often strength of tho allied forces could do
i' MARKET STILL AN OPEN ONE prounnoirt in hs iiomluatioa July li-A nuKhinut
: (I shelling die settlement TLey are ev better work than Ls bang douo by them.

"CI'Js" t<> jjuud bv<'. sear tha end." : Condlttuut In Iron- -an-
--- of a v-dit mnltiruda officially notified! anal to the northeast, and are apju-iw : Sucrli/rn nuKvay ia "l-'i> city is aatSrinty -

:JU".I":. .Jui)' U.-A jirivi'v, letter :1 Ar e Mot l'nlarornbr.SEw '\;. .uj McKinley that he was tb' out in grater fore west of the cJty. for the statuutut that the machiuist anti tho safety of tho city i i iniptnlkid -
: YOT.K July 13.-Yi\* "K1hiou "Yesterday wo b>imtard from IVt.ru: tented Ju-if M untlrwnvcd unanimous choice of tho Republican national i LU all the Southern's shop,
j: of tho iron and nil trade n not sirw+dj convention fur president The immediate suture, w hiwi srop"l may. want of OIM commander to control all
at Tiru TMII Jo'ji' 30 says: I r/I'! Turn, Crr-; fur timc. TharifmJi i tlrikw If the company fails to grant rt r '
..w4 i i with fa\or, HUT hns i? bwii impiim-d by speech of Senator L xlge and the re- gun some tau ovcn\>jioiix uttuL The riarhiuibt the fume The preHiitamts of the
are tu dung r of dl' th. Thirty ten uttutnt and station are IUJ.4subjct I
the .u.tn"fineleeslofIarga sponso ot Mr. McKmley wire mhiwled want increase of 5 cent in their several nations their civil and
thousand troops are attafLmj '->uljthrw i, ) to attack. Today UIITH was onothr an per maaai'o
to be than formal l certain
more an to a
Ila\,' fiK d N lefu"No jiff iron and steil prorttjiaa coiaponie- ex'f nt funned the basis which tiiscampuipi bnm rdnwnt.il i I wage fn\i\ t, a 9 honr clay in&ttad of 10 military affairs lamely without cooperation

u"v s come of troops If Ill J'tjo held in this city. is to be futi upon;ht this year. ".\ sU-adily getting up Inns puns :, hoards an ut present tin regulation of The racking ouicers of each nationality .
litf mines 1I1101't'1U'I! hopeless."M Effort were iiitide to swuro some kindof with Tii tI Ut1Na'itI troops are now hurcu Mon work of "handy mm" iu their shops
., store Las been burned andtDa an nK", 'iiont ri'lati\e to prices onIfcSiit'njer Their the utti-rancrs wire h"t.'ntto ore rwitnred but both too UU.V-TUU 1l1JJpUL"C l/tull tho limitation of wi apiixittic-o hevfry > has nbolr.to junsdiotion over

IIoN il" Pekinir Umibardf.l. The pig iron and steal, but tho closest nttontKrti by the many promi- are eip'uo.L".Japan I I five machinist the operations of his po\ornment's
Inijnt Republicans pre'ut. If the denlC nc'., nut granted hosiiy :
reiulted the are of discussed
conference* in leaving mar troupe. QuA.tK.ma jnJicy arc
Chairman and the members of
Lixlga ;
Vow will be taken stubs.T ,
a ou a
ket open. Severe nxlui(.ous haw since the notiticatioTi coiumitteetojcther I to Send CU,0 TSvo-thirda the orJi-r the
men tan
i I been made from in prick aud is information thopffec recmed Chairman Hanca awl members of the I July li.-Though flU dfcisjou itn':... have not the power to eufurce the wi.ihos

Ptttalturg to national committee arrived on a special -_.---- of the IDoIojvrity.Admiral .
that the Bwnnr pig iron has b *n ha yet been announced, it is cor
I train fnnt Cleveland at 11 o'clock. They i DEVOURED BY Seyraour's method of commanding
offered at Ui and steel blurts at $KI ,, citizens' lain thai Japauwll seirl nearly .V,0'rt -CANNIVALS.
the station the
were met at by -- u to make requests which the
without bringing out any con-nderablti the to China. The that Party HtiihriPii Spain awl R amount of busiuobti committee in diurgo of arrangements i troops press air other commanders generally follow but

ia the null with a bind of music were th- dispatch of to large a force ii a duty New Ililtulii. there have boon instances of tho ranking
i The most important oa-urreuc-e
4- } 'hrr I metal trade the past week wens a reduce eM.
tu>u in the lead. The fluctuations I Kmley. Several flags had been thing to ,I that u large l1Clbnre of re nFibility from Capo Oxford. awordiiiK to ., letter of which they disapprove ThereIs
meta pig tin breeze iu the early moruiu anti the an" great need of more troops The present
in this recently bw-ii f.ir ho t-ocblcs rests upiu Russia ,) : .
." Starts through which the prooes-oon n>*-ived by the MiOiiora fro a Si'winvkilli'il /y. farce of 1U.OUO is to
men attempting
rapid aud have completely mj-sWietl the I Germany, bec us of then arbitrary M*
trade. moved had sonic indications of a celebration i ttou m China and eiiteu by 1'tIIUibtl 1111 hold a lino I.) miles long around the

.. _----_ The vnmus urgamzationeaud : ---- the oiwst of New Bntain.i city. There is also great need of rebuilding .

t-1f' k. CROPS IN GOOD CONDITION. clubs as they arrived marched to the hater, Move Ou TsIn I.... i Tl.o nu>t horrifying part was wha tho railroad to Taku and getting .

president's homo and were grouped CITE Pyo July li--In cou.st>wo4 : v'vural melt wir i uptun
Alabama Farmers Are WH1 l'It'Jt40rcl ,, aboct the place within seeing and hoar- i of the luownpnfci of tlw rebels toward fjtxl to the scene of the feast their which the Ciimeso are daily bombard

With the Prospects.MoMticraEKT Ing distance of the ceremonies. I 1)1.)11111nru to jiruvulo.' They w< re ing the all!\' }KJaltUjU.
T in Tau too JernKinn have withtlntwii
-- --- I clalA."t and afUr.vuni r'ju t-e Allies .> (W> Jl!u Killed.
Ala, July 12.-Iirter- (ov\'rnOl' lucoop\\.1t \otlfetL 1i')1\1 of their trigs from Takn to protest : .ut"/L

t+ views: wnth wime of the Irtidmg fanuers Ont BtY X. Y., July U.-Governor Tsui Tau The worn as and chillrcafroiu This tlit" o of Ltlti.C ghouls is role of Tho week's work resulted a subFtaiitial .

of theowi.ty give n-'uraiKK- that the New Ch\ung han IUrlV\ IwroTo the mISt t1..tclriCI\L iu the uluncls tar gain for the Chmoe as the al
IWostJ\'tlt oiria.i'ly!
wus to-kiy no- ;
man wno kill for food li'lv. lies host 50 or ft) men and ouccceded in
reitrrl; >
crop pro ptr-t* of this -t5on an not tifttsl bv a committte af bis home, Saga I ('I"fl"G"I "Q I ._. Tae vura.iiA, were not Il'.! kill.s: ut once accomplishing nothing. YesUrdayfurnih.xl -

nearly! so !xi<1 as mn c'1. They! tar more i.Hnr Oyster Bay of his nomma' I KHIJN, July 12.--Major d-tHS-al Von muo of tJm wirtiitbsin tU' kiliaus "fUMOT u now illustration of the wtakiie .

t''aw't" that tho teen ij-sof July haw Urn uli'al tuna fur the vice prcwideuoy.ln c dnl'1!.'" -> ':I..i t'nfi: :'.' part .rf tin ,-s of the i're.scnt laothola. A majority .
Lht'l tlw of thj Tw
cotton weather and Lane gi\i"a tun (committee left New York on a c-\1DlM''r ity- rina:*<:l ti" ut of the commanders have agreed thatit

:\' rUl'Yt. i lai'tew time tocl 'ir tli'
(Command'r of the ('bineoj"'ruopI ()[>. ; that tho coned bas wnnecmt-wonderfully a
p sm.{ the I'oxt-ri at Peking I m that t.!:I'1. They also way WIT- iu waiting to convey them. (;'hi"u with the nin' of linU'-nmil { en- destroy the artillery therviu which

! Italian lut h. Ami ncan and part of that the mouthii July rend August are to S.i.ir.n,., mil. eta U''I situ" l: m aeieeted- litr! menaciKl tire ettlemeuta. The attack

4, the Irlishbatprthtveber'nburned.! tho two nituu iinnths lor making u cruI'u Senator Wokvtt, of Coli inwlo.oCknallyuirtiticil i -- :'I tar, \\It ii tit-tit. was fixed for four days, but was post-

This cuntr ri! ;Ir It 11\*'rl': dis putl'h of of { tI1I i. and with t!:.-*) tawitblo tJii-y IKnoruoT Rowlt that he WTIStho GREEN CHOSEN PRESIDENT. litttdi7uw's. i Ivy., .Jnl) 1'i-Ia tV PKIU>
the same -. ilia no r'uooJU why a "noil imp shoaltl itlnrin'! of the Republican lutii'ialftnvfiitiiui his men unfit fur duty after
POtN trial the lU[ .k that thjjrd.
4 Yuan Suh! Ki bus tdv;r.in'ji-d Taotai lot lie mud". for site pro-i [K,it. t,) which XdtIII1UI CdutahtrsIawOtliwi', Fort u.- c their relent work. It was a;mu fixed
that I.1 has mined .verbal too Ijttuln \01' .* t>ho\v t hut us teinjirj-arilv av'epttsl.1j for e.sNTlay but wa.s
13 Sheug Tb ') n-j.)rt that tho ivru fr'i>, which the pm'nwr rcbiioiiJ'xl iu his chorm-tt : ,; morning post-

message from I'r.kill l dated J-ily ."> to the wu3 drowned out dunn.{ the mouth ot istic i niauner. __ I OaVCLE"roN. July ti-Tho X.lUaJ jrrr] ; wnv >avttntetrytheaxo', >> Judge pom-d because cr.ditjibla nportavtre la
tlfict that two legations wile still uucuptureil Juno and boeaaio yellow troa the wet '' Ccnmll thu but circulation that ICJ.ir.) regulars from tho
Knuitjd rv-tjaiT'i, nfno.i.1 -
lirnuutHrnal It'utiuu kv eis o J.
n. <<
half thoUotrs A. P. WHITE FOR GOVERNOR. hal nf"rea.l the Chinese.
than northwest
: wiiithiT yfttT being worked mt, ha.t to i<'ruit fi It; nanjiof thon
hud dii'ro.juro the lowlanls and M. ( oar of the Sfafe jnnal sch-jol, Mianrime, the t'hllll'&e have moved
Kniitlj improved in ,
'/' to a;>H-ar m tho (.r+ier. Tno
Kofujzoos who have arrived from Ten the ui>lniii.s already unto an neragocrop BIU'r Fight 011 Kor Jlluor l'Iat.eoe Tn nt,. u N J., pr\teid'vut ol the aka t- :. ring tat jmiirs before the full jury tw big guns on the fort near to the native
Tsai, w hieh they }-ft on July 3, iv sard the Ttehrt.CttAnt.ESrw city and have pLuit-vl four in theop
turoto.- ti n. I* C. (Jr *nW of GJoruilo wwchosen Us .stlit4 d. will likely bo urged a.s error
e the position of !,'reljn IVuinz at hope --- -- ---- 1V.Va.. Julorli.-Tho in cjiso of