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has a depth of 53 feet of
water in the channel at
the entrance to the har-
bor.


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DAILY


NEWS.


?EM&COLA3D WPORI I
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berPbmpbaa. Coam. lowm sgvnam
PIU ron. Tob es.o, imm 9.om
080, 1t1. 14JSI1.sS


Ity -'1 10w- I'ub. fol.
pL q001 I'd hiear.


I'ENSACOLA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 2, 1900.


VOL. 29.-NO. 91.


For Sale.
(I( It? S2 I i (,- Ifill compb,.te~f
I ,firct icqiy Iciv to
/lher wicith'livo-st"rb aild-
'I; jil ]I j.,r1L (q'l(new
'.pnied dgi~1rof.Filer
." / /iV II ..t!EIi'n cry. Ca-
'If. th eltf.4-five to thirty
vi rt/ r (lday.

'-ciJJe out ( inanu-

i It i/t For Iarticit-

L EE 1).-1.17E LL.


N. J. SIMITZ,


frBA4 1) CaHI BAKCR,
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outh Ettyl n St..
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a' -d Ca es


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A M0ier's
i is to we to it that her
c-nildren hegi early in
life to shampoo their
Sbeads regularly once a
week. In each in-
stance, after the hair
t thornutllly dry. onme mild. bealth-lring
t.,n C, L, ull I. appitil t, the a lp to aid
natu- ir crat trngi the best proible growth
,f uniform) colon r lu.tronnu healthy hair-
Ut.r m(lt iinport.ift feature in the make-up
(,f tcaut:ful wom'n and handsome men.
lor wn(rv tLl tift t. yars, the

7 Sutherland Sisters'
Scalp Cleaner Vt
haw- atrAl at the apex of all shampoo washes.
% thi!'. the "* HAIR GRowER has tq -1x equal-
Iv hBurir-i.ful in it efforts to return the
t-rjured scalp and almost lifeless hair to
their original bealthfulnees.
soLD BY DRI'oGITS..

W # ILUMER. Pe sacola. Florcua,

Don't buy an!/fhinf in
furniture or house furnish-
inf .sT until ou lhare seen
fMa rston 4 Finch's stock.
iTheir price.R are low; their


I/ese (2ccdszre all tt)is Sea~orD's .,yir)p


S THE MUKICALE STATE OF KENTUCKY
At the First R.ppta' Church Fiday
Es ning.
Ph0pou : Uij HAS TWO GOVERNORS
First Haptist church will preseiint an
enterta:inig program at t!0- church Goebel Sworn In, Propped Up
Friday evening. There will be no
tick--ts sold, but a collection will be With Pillows.
taken up. Fillwing ii the ,progr;:in
tI) bp pre-etited: TAYLOR RETAINS CONTROL
1 ermemrber Mi., l'l.aclur
I, In. )rch'-st ra
2 s& 14). &l.0i-vccld Ml-s hlil- ir W rnt wk i it,
SK.citation. Tbe L.K- .Id o(f IIo'tv.n Democratio Mriub-rs of the L-gisla-
SMib,, ( ilga A'hi;e
I E.isLd -ne. Ernnai inv,'lare. Ver- tture Attelpt to Hold a Session In
dI Ml- t I 'v,.yn Mawile H-itt..
6 lan',, -, o. La Hart*- t.-litn. l'1. ,"t- the Cap:tl, but Are Denied Admis-
.y k ullrhlh It -e..a.r l I Ilal't i *II,-Pe-ea Conference Held.
6 Thou Art N,'rer MN-. Maritretla. My*-.
S Helumllana.e AbraT -ithl, accun- FT, Feb -Willim
pamited by Mrs. Alvar.z.FANEFORT,-., Feb -Willam
7 I'luoshit..lIultatio of th Mtiic Rx. Goebel was, shortly before 9 o'clock
1. Mi4,t J s-n*,. '' "ovinctl n .
8 Grand ScenejiRoberto () tu eb. Ador-). last ni;ht, sworn in as governor of
M eY erj-er. i-8 Ide PnYis. aS-idt- *Wf
'Me by Mils Evelyn HeiLis -t. Kentucky and J. O W. Beckham a few
Dlu.t for two Violans. 3;(t Sd:.mlMhnile'l minutes later took the oth of lienten.
t ltancli. Mui.s, a(1fa oisatsco alid
10 sraXpt .,-i' ? o. Heart Win--pe' r, be
Lacour, Mr. t. itne-*r, asl.%teld hy
I,11 ilo. (od-hve Katc Ic Vant V n
flltl. M I V r l< t.r h oe t ,i( lie. at-i.l-ed
12 Solo .,lteetod, Miss t ,,atrse -W hite;,.ac
colnpaiilto bly Mr.s Aivatrz.. --r .. \
i .t. s ']. !.U-t) rlt. Ms 3 C ungon anrd
Mr. a P.rpotnt.
14 Re'!ttation oni M issionlt
Master John tI-.-0 .1.
1. Ielectiol [l.e it'.


stock is complete, and they
Will sell you what you want ",iliiiik i old I tei Cr.IzIt' wItii
p un we-r- it not for Ct ier.Ii'
on long 0d time. Pit iBalm," wifte Mr. NV -i.
1' !-toi. I-rniitle, Pa. 11I h aV. b '- zI
affi-eted with rrivunii;ttit'm ffw several
ye-aIt- and h a'%e t i ea I'-IIdi' % IU Itt-
C-ld Weather out number, bii PainHi in 1ti3 t(t
be-t int-d icint, I huae6:4t 140d of.
Coming. erl in yonr Pu.- plA iC.tIe r-lil-lo-A the paii
:"'l 1i"t ii I ln I-'-" it F-or -.e- by H inciri 21 S. Pal
I- r .i- f t u k t !u1rV tWe r V t h.%r bI'lr tag U if X 1 II t
Ut '-u iiZ *-u I;. -- ii r-a'a flftt'll i. aCCt.


T tompson. Olserq 0C o.,
lxtealrs In

Coal aud ood
Silflce and Yard. M I ..,,rner Zarraiuas
and ltal:rroadl str:-.


WHO IS YOUR TAILOR?



1iii'., our'blj and Fadsh oaabl e Suils

M&DE TO YOUR M SURE
;N I::E MO.1" r;fYLI.-H AND ART[-TIC MANNER BY


N. WEILAND,


CINCIN NATI 7 MERC H NT TH ILOR.
No. 204 South Palafox Street. Fisher Building.

-- Business Suits, $12.00; Pants, $3.00 -4




"::JOHN PUJRDYY,9"

Foundry IYVachinc Shops,
('4 TK4 I. W\f A F, (. oR. J.FFER- A:IND PINK TELTS,


ielephone 34,R.


Pensacola, Fla.


lj\ liF t-is. t'>4TING(i II'MHER TR('K-A. SMALL CHILLED
4I W Cel-, \V.Wood ad Iro a i'ull,-\ Hantigtrs. Hlox"e, Ete. Manu-
it, d t 0 dter in Fir-t-Ci z--l, W.'rknmaulike Manner at RI-soin-

Dcaler in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for

Stationary a-'d MarinA Application


W .I Wt uianev wea lheiivevr an Ad-irpr-s
F'rhlay N IRit
Mr '. J Wli;t;:a-'s, a In,-i:b-r eof
thie- gtI-tnral ex,-cu :v', boarId of tI"-
lrot lihrholod ,-f Carp-tiiters in iild
J',iii'r-,of Ainm'ric, will d-liver ani
adilreT,, at aii opt-ll tlle-'i ll t be).
h- 1.I at ('itter'- M h-i: i all Fr;diy
night, F- b 2J-. at 7 o'clock.
All lalbror orgatimztions are l'iu itt:
to atte nl.

*,. lt-'ritlar'N I tI Save clby 'hV;l nle r-
lalrli's ',ugh I{eln.idy.
Durini tlh : eary pairtv (),'t~c.r,.
I~,(. I c-ointract'e, Ua )bai c')ld which
--tl. d on1III my luins '-i 4(t wa-' tieg-i
I. ct, d unlti! I f' aredi that coi;utiil,-
tion hail. appeart-d in ant incipo'i .t
state. I was co,-stantly co'ighitig
and trying I to ex pcl something wtitcl:
[ c-'uld not. I became e alarne iatld !
-fter giving r the-local doct-r a tri.l
b U'. i a bottle of (:lhamalherlain's
Cotigh Renm'dy alid the r.--ilt wasi
lii funediate iniiprove-li-met,. aid (I fte-i


SItLLIAM L. c(;i iE:L.
ant governor. ilda cau was admin-
istered to both men by Chief Justioe
ilaxlerigg of the court of appeals.
The plan to make Goabel governor
was set i motion emrly in the after.
noon. A statement was prepared say-
iug that the beards which had heard
the contests for governor and lieuten-
ant governor bad d-oidied In favor of
Goebei and kteckham; that the boards
intended to report their findings to the
legislature, but tiey had been prevented
from so d,.iug by the action of Governor
Taylor in declaring the legislature ad.
journed.
The statement then goes on to say
that the members of the legislature
were driven from place to place by toe
millt;a and therestened with arrest
whenever they attempted to hu!d a
mee:ng. It was declared the belief of
all the signers of the statement that
Goebel and Beckuam were the legally
eiec.ed governor and lieutenant gover-
nor and each man as he signed the pa-
per announced that he voted for the
adoption of the nlajiriLy report of the
contest boards, which tieciared Goebel
and Beckiiam to be the men righfu:ly
elected to the office.
sworu l by Harlerigg..


I h ,d uied thret bottlt- my lmiiig- It was slow work obtaining the sig.
we-re re-tor-d to their hi iltby 'satt'. natures of the members of the house
-BH EIDWARIa. Publisher of 1 ha- ; and senate, and although the work was
Review. Wya:tt. 111. For -ale by in progress all afternoon, it was not un-
Hannah Brs, 21 I.Pl:tf->x -treet. til evening that the necessary number
of signatures had been obtained. As
TO THE; tL'P LI(. soon a the last man actually needed
I have- ju-t r-.e-ivd a f, It f had affixed his signature to the state.
I hild j-t r civ,* a fliui let of ment word was sent to the residence of
all kiid ou cnid e-, anid then at Chief Justie Hazlerigg of the court of
NI.rv M.L:rgv..2- e#-ntit'thr ltd appeals.
M. Lirge. 2. ct. nr poud. He came at once to the Capitol hotel.
('hChoaolatte )ri,,p. A2 ce:.t ier passed directly upstairs to the room oi
1ultai2 Mix', 2 j -x 2 of office. Mr. Goebel was propped up
,i t". i with pillows and was ab'e to raise his
All Ftacy Mixe-d C iniiy. tih h) t hand only with the greatest difficulty
-ve-r brought to PIlle t. il,.at 41)r ceit- ,as he listened to the words of Judge
per pound. Call and see' fi- your- Hazlerigg.
sielf. When the oath had been given Mr
'rhey are fre-h and finG ji-t front' Goebel sank back exhausted, the effort
the vinll(. (. ArI -TIlF. having been almost too much for his
24j li strength.
Immediately upon leaving the room
I havP a very larnP asortmen; t o where he had sworn in Mr. Goebel,
liamn cheap. C-ll and see. J. I. St-phens room. where he swore in Mr. Beckham
a- .i tenantt governor.
Try THg NEws, 10 conts a we. k. Mr. Gcebel. as soon as he was as-


P**F. E. BRAWNER'Si-d


STOCK-TAKING


SAl


urgedd that he was legally governor of
K.-n'ucky. took prompt action regard-
ing Ite military arm of the service
Tvko vrdftr-r sre quickly prepared for
his signature, the firt of which dis
charged Adjutant General Collier from
office and appointed Ge-n-..tl John B.
Oastieman of Locisvil.e as hes successor.
'ite second was directed to the comn-
manders of the mintia stationed in this
city, directing them to return to their
houses.
Solders II ,Id the K,-y.


L Two governors, and armed soldiers
holding the balance of power between
them u'nat is the sltnation in Frank-
fort this morning. Whoever the sol-
diers decide is the proper official for
them tn cobey will be seated in tue go.
bernat..rir: chair. The soldiers them-
selves are in a quandary as to what they
K should do. and they are awaiting devel-
opmeonts.
While al of the officers are Repub-
licans, many of them said this morning
that they had no inttatinn of resisting
the legal governor of Kentucky, pro.
vided they were once saiusled who the
at ardindividual is. All things ~ling equal,
they will stand by Taylor.
Thiire was a change for the worse in
Governor Goebel's condition th:s tmorn-
ing and the chances are now said to be
that be oaunot live for any great length
of time. His physicians said this raorn-
ing that death might ccme at a.y time.
."' for 22c or it migh, be several days before he
expired. His high pulse and greatly
'c,.n increased respiration. Dr. Welch aid
iad7.i: Ar *lsa morning, indicate a!,proacaing col-
J lape, and. be added, "the chances are
1,000 to one again-t him "
* j Some of the younger Democrats have
broken away from the control of their
r.'1'- 9' leaders, and this morning were openly
I, talking of sweartig in citegn mas special


arid will


be Ur9!oaded


Below flr3ufacZurers' prices


44' 11 'S (1 k .10,-z V I -oc41 U'1.r-ria
tr;l'r t i..1 I $16 tb i c %9IIC


\ a'' U 11 1:'
- -'-, ts.'i~a r 'Is


8 1 jIlt .* Ilmrk. I'.'r-al-. Va7jrrf-t7,jt
per m d1


19c


I, -c' ,t ,u 1: 1 t -- k-w-- !;1,- 1


fia. ..- -- -- .--


4" (l d "'on. ri rII 4uaIr 51 ,- tj
t t I % !k ttA e :.:"e t k
-et h A' 1 nek i':e1' *-nibTl) w,-I-.
-rK .*' .-Ilrra. for tlit- et- p.*i
3stx.-lin tonno'Thrnli T'v ke r


Twenty Years Proof. JEFFRIES WILLING TO
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow- ,
elsin naturalmotionandcleanse AGAIN MEET SHARKEY
the system of all impurities An I
absolute cure for sick headache, Champion Says Ie'll Give the L
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con- Sailor a Cha: ce.
stination and kindred diseastes- (


"Can't do without them" TO FIGHtr COIZTT FIRST


R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know how I coul1
(do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.

Tutt's Liver Pills


ingo of Demoorats within the building
because they had been informed by Ad.
jutant General Collier that he would
immediately seize the bul.d:ng if they
did so. declared this morning that they
would allow any political me.-ting to
ass nible that did not act contrary to
the rules of the establishment. They
would rent rooms to anybody who
wanted them and the meeting could
take its chances.
An effort was made by members of
the iegisla'ure at 10 o'clock to hold a
saeisun. A i.:zenu mcini e:s of the house
went inro ti,. gates head-d by Repre-
-en:a:ive C Lar:ron of Louirvile. Two
hVuouetrv wreo c .r'ased in trout of Mr.
C'~ar.to,.'4 !; A-. ai he suterAd the gates
-and ne wa- a.ikeI' 'orr hid p'ass.
"1 unave ni yi.-'." was th" rely. "I
air a uI.: tiaer iw the lgiislatare, as are
these tge-ithi*:rn v.-ni'li n.e, anl we wish
to t-n or the hail to bo,)d a session."
'.IN h.wiI r y enter without holding a
pasu.'' \w.: tHj( reply, and Mr. Charitou
returneri ;, itis Capitol hotel with his
c -',pa,!:.i.. ''bey announced when
theyv left t *- a-:coi g:r)unds they would
get a.; t,' *- ;.. i :-s of th hc usot3 and
stnive- ;c;, -.rr return in a body and
d In :;'i .'.tia;Is-i'on.
litTe iu;'J:i:.,tlt W.i t ,itt after them
by 'i. "-i.i'. i s tbh r' xva'k-.d Away that
w:ih l.a.- i,'. (7 c.il: better, w\ itihout
,ludAi (a"-yi '2 :U. Ui i.ut.
<*> ., i i11 *i t .' l1. i A11 riv"..
A i: r.i ;'I' cr'. i .njro.rei at rth depot
th:- ti,. i::i 'j** ini Lte r tu- tra;n froml
L' 1 i i tof ee, currently r-
<' roi .: G -;;er 'l ;eileimaei woa i
c,'':i i ;' a I !i t iv 'ho eitrhu :-1st!e
I), ', -r ;: x .0'",1 t, .... ht I t u k u I)
!u -.'' :t c ; .;i..: '.'.'**j 'J u .:"t1i ,l ',t

. t ~l .I r :' s n tir
.t. :.';' i .'&': : .';.u fa'-l 1 t,
-;. ';" ; ;' v '. ;i'~ni t;.^r- wii a so '-,v.


., : ..- ,' ., \ i t a' I i tn r IT ., i
j 11. ..! .. V." 11 I lie f.r'-1 tis.M ;
1- ., '..it i l o D t -) u) rtiari' this
!*. i ) ti "I -.: -s, i,.,s : ,n of a'ljui ant
i' .-. ,: :,., : e ae! tt cis 'le


I-IlI n t m o f. !. % i -rnir
S! i r t a t )1. ',0 s.o ev.-r,
\, .'(; .1 :" 1 ; eI -:;i r p. ,Il't :. ih;i 1i 1 (' -u-
i .:, t. I 3:%..- ;ai ,eo:; '.li n u
iI' r t ie f-iii!r-e it. I' .- t uc- r




-n ro a( r anq there wil be no
S- l "',', "-zr to co! use thlt .
1: r rae I O tus i-r'uiing that
ii n. -, Iii tri sit that the legipsls
r ; ,. L: -o 1 .. 11 .a i wad :r ;,po iscule
:': e'fl -'. *-. .-s 1-s' d a tho ry.
..;'i-l ." :; ,,l' tor- in o'inC se them .




(;oi. rir i avo r i ,nuaiua in his ofilces
ln e x '.':,i Vn- buitingi and prar-
i 1:iv e;,te'i h l: f to a ca'et,;;rs He
it. I uo; zor'.:.v .r. ,iiU-er tor publica-
tion lv act tni >- .cb he has taken or
mn-t take hkereaftr.
The recoitii f th hv,,use of repre-
sentatives. which were taren ro:n Cerk
of the iHouse keiarl Le'gh yesterday
by the miaitta whtie the legu!ature was
ractnr ariuud the streets in the vain
endeavor *'o find a hall in which they
*oul-d ho'd a jo'nt sosssic-n and seat Mr.
(Goebel. have been returned to him by
OGveiirnr laylor.
I"ro-h ote .Iy 11- ttie1.
A conference -f the attortai of both
sides was called this morning and met
in tme Capitol eotel. It was announced
before it begau that it was for the pur-
pose of a general d:scussion to see if
some adjustment of the present troubles
could not Ie reached.
was very short, so much o, that it
hardly deserved the name of a confer-
ence. It wasn (pued by T. D. Edelen
for the R epuLbi. ans, who. it is said, pre-
sented a proposition to the Democratic
attornerv. JuJge W. S. PI'ror and Mr.
Lewis McQaown, provi-ding that the
present diffic,utv between tne rival gov-
ernors be adjudicated by the federal
courts.
Tnis was refused by the Democratic
attorneys, who took the stand that the
matter should be first passed upon by
the state courts. This was not agree-
able to Mr E ieln and the conference
was over. It was agreed, however, that
a second me*rtin should be head in Mr.
Edelen's f(.;i at noon.
The attorneys met at noon in the
office, of Mr. Ele en, and after some dis-
cussion, at which nothing was de-
termined, the tAlk being entirely of an
informia na:nre. it was decided to meet
again at 2 o'clock.
CollAr Prepares For War.
Boxes of ammunition are being do-
Slivared to Adjutant General Collier.
I The hall of his office is packed ceiling
high with cartridges. The greatest ao-
tivity prevails on the capitol grounds.
Blankets for the soldiers are arriving
and every evidence of a protracted stay
is apparent
A report that Lieutenant Gray of the


He Prof *as* to Know eNthlin of
HIr.:)a'. Ail g, thbe Honi Ta *.k. I asio at Parl suar.
Iig the Kxpasltlon.
ME'irms. Feb L-James .1. Jf'r: .
chanmpon pug'-i.it ou the .:.';-!d, was .:
MemphiA yesterday for a short tin..
Jeffrles was acccnpanied by b!s lUro'b- r.
Jack JeffTre-, and the pair were enroute
from New York to Hot Springs.
The champion wi.i remsin at ste
springs t.re- wo Ai and then return to
his oAi tra:uing quarters at A4xbhurst.
N. J, w':e:e the ex-boi.ormauker will
prepare hiuii.if for tme match with Cor.
bett. a iin edi to ttare place duruig the
month of March
Jeffries looks strong and health and
expressed himself as feeltag cunfldeat
that he would be abie to dispose of Cor-
bett.
Jaeffrie stated that he was perfectly
willing to give S'larkey another chance.
as the saitr c.aiusw taat he wants tc
try for the chia.'ij.: n.ibsp again
'"Al he has t') *iu ii to post a nitab.e


forfeit and it wiAl mtout iK'l7v bt cov-
ered," a rI; .1iffi' r-, ad 1.1 *st Iguili'ant
ma:: ti r "I v. tai, -d tL e i ua;tr
overr w'.!h l:'- it. I iv Li.nilleer. an,:
have F:r.'t:e'.t. a.re;.,i to iueot Sihare;ty
again as soon tan-, y match vwiil: c, r-
bept 14 < i "
S \' .tii .j.a Ly t.-, reporter tiat his
match w;'h Curt,.t: was put on the sus-
pect iSa: bv people in this part ot the
world he jbruged his ahuu.ders and
remarked:
"\VrWe veryb-ly to *''.***" p'r- 'n.
)One thing I can say, htjwve.-, anit til :t
is in the event we do net I.; ..t. it wiil
he no fault of miine. Ali I ktiin) is tial
I am p(;,ug ui to train mny 1: :rd,tr and
Salu n.i t goKlg to tako anlr calncr "
Jerfries professed to know nothing ,of
t: :ady's intentions as thsy have been
v. re Ihrough the press anl which ini.
ttiri.-!e !ht the fight between hiues'if
",i'i iie Carson City victim will take
place at Paris daring the exposition.
liibl y '. Tro-i lh-,.
'T! ** k ": n, -y. i l,.an-; th *! ... t t .:,1 *
o*l ,: :l<'lViV y di ,l h|d- til. lh .alt!
. ,i t ';,, 'r. I i tt:- li ,-.r l't'a t,'r;.i 1 1i it it iltt 'it-r ithl thi
I we rk i f lthl- kidney. ;i. h .'v -It:ltr r-
.nld r ,iroi;,s S i it ,lli* ilt t ';i er rat iv,- IT **.t ,.1'
i ':i 1l I V A SI 1 '1ll : .-t 1- it-i -til ll
1 ,a "l l.ll11 i et it h l. L 0".-. I
h' h Ir i l =tr t., t t rhel.y r-- lnlll ti, )i Il,,,)d
t* ,' ,i-i ,t 1u1 i' if. .ithI riv ; tin '-
i ti 1 irifl,-; a1 d r11 i, ., t, *
live-r. t);i, u1p thfe- .-.t rtlli ins' iidl Ili-
S ;st. ii .:u 1 hi tI lt In hli el tii .I. u 'l



i: h l I -
EV!D: ;C Lr A MURDER.
11te Prol.h;y Itl d i.l ;il 1Iis Body
Pu olt on ih Track.
WO(owAiD S O Feb. 1.-There it
evidence of a horrible crime near this
place. The dismembered portions of
the body of Porter Hampton were found
on and about the Southern railway
track. Ti ) hmcad and one arm had teen
dragged 40 yards into the wood. by
dogs th .s h .d partially eaten thn body.
Thrb insa i known to have had a
quar. o' wii-l!y and some money the
nti.-. ,-' tr'. He was with another
in : nnuse u n;,t known at \,.d-
t ;i,:il who hba not been iear'i ot
11 "
-* I i r nor pin*< of gi'-m wrre
foe. i ..t' iIu wi'ere Ibe man w:m cr.i:el
by :racri. It is hbc.ived he wa- r:tir-
.ie; i. ro, t and put on the tra-n.

F'iiL Pi.ANT FOR ENSL1Y.
I \ ,, : S 11;I i,.a-re,.
] 1 ; v. .a ,t F I I --T e Ten.
nel-**e I oti :on wi.i .,.'tn .-;ork s tin ,n a steel rail mill
at !ov. It wi' a'il >in the new steei
plant and wire and rod m'li. I-veral
bnnnIred th oasand dollars will be spent
in this new enterprise. which will be
the fi-st raln niili in tne south.
Tue miit w ai "rlt.i,',; M or (iO0 men
an-i the c(rn', y i- xt a-n: ,14 oi a market
for al. i*, i iure i1t Icnr uin nufacture
The St,. r., wil. iu nsed wile be ob-
tained "r ,:.1 :ie- '--e nml.i ',t the Aa
bama *-- .s5m i ;,ii'), ;iiu company.
which (' .-rp -s, .n I* a.l 'I'7.pll-W! of the
Teunen.e*, e 'Ja lr.,n an Ilt;a,rad com-
p any.

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i e-. f,.r i -i-. : 1; I '.- ,. ,
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I K '~i n- ('< urt I port&.
3 r :.,"Yv. A'a.. Feb 1 -Thegov-


er- : .-. a '1g1'id an agreement with
M -..a ia) .c.es, the member of the
legi-. rure who introduced the hili pro
vidinu for the rearint of the Alabama


HANNAH BROS.. Special Axt


hllrE K!LL4 KAU: I A

WfEL"K NEAR TAMPA

Fast Train on PiLvu Systein
Is Derailed.

RAN INTO OPEN SWITCH

Knginveer un-l Iwel l Iesopgwr1 39.1-
aisil *- v.r a. 0th-roi 1,r.. or I ,.* 44r.
rlouns y IisJr oArd-iI ltry.l to Have
hRecess".i k oft % %rockerr.
TAMIPA. kis Feb. I.---The fast train
(in tie k>-';ajrt arsten was wrecked 20
mIICl niiorL4 of mtis p 14t uilght.
t.-igiuoesr K-iinetiv w.%,% iti-4tzlon-y killed.i
OUe lpae4uitur woe w hui.lvt. btL tti.. beXA
wis sou ifr.iru q nyInti'.rlftthatl it ht
impoliJ-os)ihe at .t1t rii'o oteutc.q at this
tillie
Tier o: Mr P. lI..rntten of Iiis city
,lied this iit _uzt at tue !anfor h.)*
pita1 Mr lle-rodou Liuiellf in badly
injured. A uumzbe.rof other passengers
were sis'i injured.
The mal., S rex s car ianti two ila,
coaches wert thrown fromiu the trlaek
-ind tUrnled rcver. 'Ihe a'uilma,' UAr4
were lint 1eraireA.
The accident waq cansen oy tbd trnin
running into an open switch and ool-
liding with a freight oar.
It iq believed that the switch was
opened by some ;wco~n with tile Lotse-
tion of wrecking te train.

*itof terlidl ivod r l11ir ''' J -
I~ceK LA A'Siit Ii HM iA a rt
*Ilie itt inov ti;,ooiff theiqlo -rsr?..
io~ld flyI Id ii tinh W..".~

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Th#,11-- r(I t 1" 0is
Ese-4110:i11 vij 'u Ii tv 'IV.Fli. *dY-. x ra
ward(I of filfty l'.loty t il.r t ie ,r.- t
with e-vidle111a. ta (et to)e f- ar--
bros-ak t11ea 'l o. a Chtii't nir. N1 1ek





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"we.t'(' and (:eurito v sizj''riiltvr.1,
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CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hao" Alway BugM
Bear!- tie
1gnuitw'e of 4g67 dgZl


,St'nltarld's Bif Rel /I, hpot
Pttent 'Flour on 1lIe /r-
ket. .lwayx -, Owl/,,,d ,//
barrels1,haif bthrr-els, 24
Pounlld tnd .? pound sart,'.k
take no other (no pri:eps ')
All other doods of highest
standard, at wholesale and
retail.
.New Orleans Grocery ('o.
.AS. McH UGH, Prop.
Phnno 105.


CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE WEE]


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!fit 1)AILf NE54W& rk1NIACULA.4 FLuORIDA. FRIJAiV AP'I KiNEIN. FEBRUARY 2, 1900


'IVLDAIIY NEWS:
ura3 a:;~ .?g Cat offlc at FeasboS
a.. .'..em4okaea maultrt.
*:"~cm: Plit bUlalng. lil Ioutb P010



'% BEY PJR ISH1NG cb
*c-rugs-I nVArtI& 'tyIln Al DOS.
iY:on* Year by Miaii----.. ---- 800
SIX No nthe, ....... goo
Thrvv# Mo ttf. -.--------- I M
uOf Mouth, sc
()Om Wes.by Carr"ir. payable
oB Monday-1

,;it itWEEKLY NEWS:
p.t awvc-*vry rnoty SUI.00 per year.

*) !v4'g Rat.. Fr"urnishedon Awplicatifon

?IKIPMONM NOF. 115





This paper I. Is Mewith the
Aum AIVEfNG C01.
.niisst 3 ndiig. St. Paul. Main a- er
wabacrimbes. advtitam a&d other .
examine it sad whewe cstmate will he -ret.
upon pW ai Gr 4MUSAL ADVERTISI NuG.

P~ENSACOLA. FEF. 2 1900.


MR. ANIKICE CARNE(;IE has H. L. .rr.y, a prouit;oe!t s.-awmlll
made. during th-e year ju-s clo-ed. man. and W. i'Pl ak of DI)FutiakI
says the Atlanta Jourinal. a noble i prinri, ari stopping a? thl, 31Mr-
reoord of donations to worthy causes. chants.
The list of hii gifts to public libra- An:ong the touripts regi-t re-d at
rive alone number 34:. and agre- the L 1ewis houte ,rc. C' i. Juistii.
gates aZon mba Delphi. In;. Ed. tt- ep, Mortit.lll..
gates $ii.r' i -5. :taid A. P. O(ive.r, A-hl-y, 0..
REFlSRBTKN to the rumor that Mr. A great ap,-ci ii -a:l of tinware hasa
H.C. Frick, formerly laniaage-l of bt.in inau igurated bliy H. GO-r.onl it
1ua7 ~,icth Palafax -treet. Rpad the
the Carnegie Sitel company, ctn- li-t ef prices in Inh- adverti-.'ttm,-nt.
templates engaging in ship buildln, (r. o il in liti- ,i thn Pal-
the Savannah Mornting News, doubt- Cas wtilh in waitthw on th ,P P-
~the navnah McrlitnK ewd aubtfax ,troet line at te.,, cl,-c ,,f tilhe
legs with the superior advantage. s of nmu-icale- at t!h- First HBptist church
Pensacola in mind, off-rs the follow- to-night, for the accon:nodation of
flg excellent advice: th au lunce.
If Mr. rrick purpo-ec eomp-ting' with the- I Dan't nlak., atv othe-r eligiagt-nei't
Cramp and tb*he- untiagtonyerds,heshot Id J for th*I- evelilg of F-b S, -.xC-pt for
cou south shiere he- can get Alabatii the dance jind tne-d;l drill to be
ete l and coal at low rates. shire liator 1so give h b thl e ('Cileiye Light ilufanttry
plentiful and cheap. iid wt:ere tihe clatuas- at t he armory.
permits of out-of-d Ar work the ,ear Ir and Mrs. J. A. W lker :hamve
are und.
rouod. is-u ald C rd a of invitation tto the
TI' money-in-poultry conte-t inm- arri- lf their daughter li-s
-y "Ni.llie fall Walker, to Mlr. Henry
augurat,-d by tIhe American Agri- Stanmior,- Laird, at Christ church at
culturi-t, which has heretofore bh.-en o'clock Wed;nesday eveniner. Feb 7.
ntic:,t C in thlr-e-c ioltllmit, is assuml- Prof. C. J. B-! announces in this
intg large proportions and promi-es i-.ut. Ihis c.taiida< y f.or the aoflc, oit
to be exace-diugly interesting and sittlirinter*ident o f public in-trlue ion
foril. .1 (, !"t' E-caiullUi L CoUIrtV at tie tip-
valuable. Besides the original priz.- rI E-c,;hinih pralri-. PrCu t l i-
proacrhia primnarn*i.. Praf Bell isa
of $0I offered by the Agrictilturi-t I w.ll known and ,poul-ir educator.
no le;S than :33 other- have been having taught for -ave.ral years in
since c.tf'red. swellinz the aggr-eate I thie public -cliol- of thin county.
value to oiethii like $240r0i0 Ti At pr ~,-nt he i- day cl rk at the
value to something like* $2... Tthe M-rehant-, hotel. He is a man aof
poultry growers of Florid:t cannot lsterlit worth, young aetilvo and
aff-rd to overlook the ad.vanttage- of thiorouihly familiar r ith tlie re-
this content. j'aire lrnts of th*- olilee, and there
i no doubt that he will poll a hr-avy
Moah Caolina'os inentrprise. vote.
For severalyears past southern ''he funeral of Mi-j He-ln M.
SFilher took place firn thie Fir-t
newspapers have reiterated the war- Prebvyterian church at 4 o'clock
cry. 'Bring the cotton mills to the I yesterday arrernooti. RH v. W. E.
cotton fields!" The people of South aelllwatine oflici ating, and was at-
Carolina have done more than tea,, t'" dd by a large concour- of sor-
shout tile war cr--they lave ac- rowing friends. ih 1'- public schriool-
St w lo-.d. a a tribute. to hli-r mIletory,
complished the marvel. and are now and lr cla-s, grade A at lpchlic
reaping the benefit- of their enter- s echolol No].. att'indel th e futinmtrnl in
irire. ia body and t:io anlt rmnoon., Arbor
SDay, thvy a-re ddic:;tinat a tti:e to
During the year ending Auizust 311 he meniory. Mr. I). ShInftall. o,
IMWH, Houth Carolina mtntnufactutreid Atlanta. a nisto i ,ef .Mi-- FlaSlar-, ar-
aearly 404,400 bales of cotton, or ;5i.- riv, d here ye-t,-rd ly to atten-.d th,'
ti more than during th- previou- ftin t-al. Slt- will retnmin 'eral
year, and 172 I O) more tall (n Gorgi ii. I
although Ge orgia was thIe ti t sutha- R ItOltIE THE ;ll-VE.
ern state to engage in tle itMdu-try. i A ftartliati incident of whuchl Mr.
Tte consumiltion o! ctton in Srtiuth Jhlhn Ohlier of Philad-liplhi,. was tj:e
.ubipct. is natra ,d bv himin as fl.
Carohua las year was 43.9 per c<*pt ,ub I .ct s in n red byt drm .adfl
of its crop.and the rapid itner:.;so in condition. My skin w as almost yel-
tie number of mills and ,pinidle-s low, .-es suntkeln, tongue coated,
promises to effect the coni-ltinptio ,ti pain continually in back and sidre.
of the state's entire crop in a f.-w appday bgraday. Three grphyswi
years more. In Septe-mnber, 1.9. cians had given me up. Fortunate-
there were under construction in the ly, a friend advised trying 'Electric
Mouth mills with a capacity of 23.- Hitters,' and to my great joy and
) spindles. which will acrea" e surprise. the fist bottle made a de-
Spind which will incrae ciled improvement. I conti Lued
southern annual consumption about their use for three weeks, and amn
,10,000,i bales, or to a total of soenl- now a well man. I know they saved
thing like 6.0k).Ojo bale-s, or mote uny life, and robbed the grave of an-
I theirr victim." No one should fail
than two-thirds of the crop of 19t. to try them. Only 50 cents per hot-
The estimated crop of South Caro- tie at W. A. )'Alemberte's Drug
lina for 190', is 72t,.41ko bAles. of which Sttore.
the mills. existing and project d. 'H ILL:.'ENT N'rE Alf;.s.
will consume 62. 0U1 to, iWtO) bales. .
or about 74 per cent of th- crop. Tilt & I. t li Ut lt. n -ehruar,
The foregoing factor and figures: .toA p t .mpr.
are collated from an excellent arti- The aunmouncement was published
cle In the New York l imens b: E. a few d-iv- since in THlg NEWS that
Dannell. who also in the same arti- in the litigation pending at Jackson-
cle gives some very interest- ville to enforce the order e f the rail-
ing information concerning the road commins-ion for a 3-cent malxi-
history of South Carolina', cotton mum passenger rate a compromise.
manfturing industry, attribute upon a basis suggested on the part
manufacurin ndustryttrbu of the comlll'ision before the man-
the progress of its recent develop- d'nu s proceedigEs were conm-
ment largely to the efforts of Mr. W. oaenced, had been effected so far as
B. g. Whaley (a nephew of Rev. the Plant system was concerned, but
that thie F. C. & P. system had not
Percival H. Whaley of Christ signified its acceptance of the terms.
church, Pensacola of whom lie The compromise provided for a 3-
says: I cent round trip rate, tickets to be
H*pneeeseetbe faculty of tinpilrnn capl- good for 6 days, between all points
tat with some of bhi own lack of tamtiday. ill Florida, one-way rates to rrilain
He Blare. n I ia. dearct the construction as heretofore.
of thbe Rihobnd, steam miill, begun to b'. Hince then, at a meeting of tlhe
built with a capital of Sl:e.rwti. ani flnthtled Florida passenger agents hold at
with $nuk.00O capital. Mr. Whale Jacksonvile, it was agreed that the
tartedout to de nonstrate towouid-bo cot- sale of I ttO mile books shall be re-
too manateciturers that cotton could te summed February 1. On Wednesday
oaommirlly manutfctured with teamn Judge Call directed the entry of an
power. Thls. In a commumnty tbat had order overruling the motion of the
cberbshed the idea that at must rely upon respondents to quash the alternative
thr power totdertived from the Congare writ of mandamus, and also au ordtle
river, needed canfrmnaton. The Richland allJrwi rl the F. C. & P. system until
steat mall proved the corret-teqs of the Fabruary 6 to comply with the re-
claom. quirements of the writ and show
The practical eimclu-iio: rom the cause why it should not be madt
,Th p pereImptory. Counsel for the coin-
facts and history of cotton manufac- mission announced that the F. C. &
ture in South Carolina, as applied to P. would also agree to the terms ol
local conditions, are, that that indu-, tIhe compromise. whicl includes the
ty preenta extraordinary advaan- payment of all filed claims for over
chargeons of passenger fates ptnd
tawm to a itail eekiung investment: int the litigation.


ALONG NEW LINES.


A Wholly New Plan for the Re-
lief of Ladysmith.


HOME NEWS NOTES.ITUF KENTUCKY


L,04 /M forecat for Pmaael nd W"eV MUDDLE
Im-reasing clostdine a. nd war-usr to uighs;
rain Saturvtap; light t- "kreas *terly aridsd.,
Maximumuu temnperature yeagerdarq. 44 depreM.
m4mum ,i Laoa 24 hous .,-'. Reward of $50,000 to be Offered,


No l K "Bread is the Staff of Life,"
No ~e giawf r tc;t e


BlIter Ihia tVc

HOUSE[EPER


8001CIL AND PERSONAL


N. W. Niciiolsei of Pine Barren
is in the city.
Mark Mayo of Filonatou is r(gis-
tered at the Merchants.
W. J. Naswcnrth of Milton i- regis-
tered at the Merchauts.
B. M. Mayo f Bartow. Fla.. is in
the city. at the Leews, lioi-eu.
E. E. tturdesvant of Mu-cogee is
stoppi:,n at the Lewis house.
John Neel of We-tville i' vi;itiing
Peuftacota on bu-inia.s :o-ddy.
P. D. Hauuaw of M','NI,1 i. In th(I
city, stopping at titn- E-ci.nbia.
He surOe to att:-nd( tte imu-ic'ie at
tll Firt tap-tl-t bchurci to-night.
.Mi-' Lillio (tohb-n of tti Antorlio,
Tex.. im vi-iting Mis, DIai-y Cohe-n.
Ed. M. Poole-y of M il'on rgi-4ered
at the Lewis thuse yesterday ever:-

A. I). Brownell and Johnt Neel of
\Vstville are re.irstfrtd at the E--
cauibia.
Prof Dye, t he Ip-w Iup-rintendpnt
of the ti*y public scthou-. a-urned
the duties of hii. poition yesterrday.
E 0. JnkinLi- H:ld W. H. Pmith !f
('CttaRg Hill. E. F. Skinner of Eh-
cambia, are ,topping at the Escali-
bia.


ception o, MilonUtay nigtn. respect, nor has any one of its ad- ,ows: February 7.92; M:rch. 791;
The company is said to be an un- verti-ing patrons questioned them. April, May and June7.91; July, 7.';3.
usually strong one and has been or intimated dissatisfaction. They
playing to crowded houses In every do not patronize its columns as an --- -- -- N 'I
city visited bythem. act of charity but because to do a-
As is the u-ual custom with this actually pays them a definite and
company ladies who are accompa- appreciable dividend upon the in- A R G A IN S
nied by one paid 30 cent ticket will vestment. And THE NEWS heartily
be admitted free Tuesday night. appreciates their patronage and does
The opening bill will be the flv( its best to deserve and retain It.
act comedy orama, entitled "'Ani ---
Irish Hero," a play that has all of If your stomach is disordered, aili,
tie elements necessary to make a bowels irregular, and if you don't ea s .
good entertainment. The prices for feel well, you need PRICKLY ASH I s 1
Sthe engagement will be 10, 20 and 30 BITTERs. It isvery effective in re-
cents. A number of the best spec- moving this condition. Bold by Han- 1 will buy l acres of land north
ialtits will be given at each perform- nah Bros. $1W of tbeclty nd I wetI of Gonuldin. IN g (
Snee. Til buy acre, adjolinig. city "
ance. .o- Nothing so sets off a home, $2000 l'a. tuor c-t1 VW
Correct Shipping News b-tuy four < %ionl bli-cits
o t 8 hi8 handsome furniture. $3000UU ad"' a go-' '-n room hou" C
THE NEWS has received many fra stor 4 Finch hae an This property is in NewIt ity-
Sflatteriun compliments upon the '' $0 huv ;: cree4 ta,-ween HL'
correctness and value of its ship- timense stockfor you lO s- $400""property ha a t a
ping news columns. and its record of lect from and they will sell on ig Bayou and Little Bayo)u.
Foreign exports from this port, frDom i .f iwill buy one of the best rel-
week to week and from month to it to you on long time and $5000d-nce.onwe-t HiI. mitat
month, collated and agrrr-gated at w i i, on street car line; has i rooms iand a ll nin-.
the close of each year. This work is es payment ern convaenencrs.
Done with a care and thoroughness -- $6000aiOwi bUy lot wail i frot 'anr
$ Palatex mtmer-i. moralth Inet irr-. -
Swhich riftlct- great credit upon the Dr. Thom n'a ory. This can be mmldiate;y uthilizd for
e city editor of THE NEWS, Mr. Philip bumlnesp purposes.
SM. Ball, who is also the marine re- $7000w" bu- ot with rS ft front f1
- prter for the Associated Press. Lun Balsam an. nd Itsr ft front Wtn tonight.


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SAlwaysReliable. t '


Lewis Bear & Co., A gents,

Pensacola. Florida.


.'SPEC I


But the War O1e .I-Ival u,.ly CGua-d. BMACKS FAILED- The snistatk For the Assassin. wMlIdlU
Harding of Warren & Co's. fl et!
ing the Scrst-- h:iuht That o-n sailed yesterday for the- snapper -
Kte hrnor Ito Makiig a Wlde IN- bjnks. 1
Volunteers are Organizig Th'rougl.-'
I -ur Elabt ol'Colenris-A Great m r ( CRI'SHIE A TOE-While working
,on the Modler iiverV dr. at the L. & N. shops yesterday Wi'- i out the tat, and Ofl''-r. o, Arm lte Hs I
lie Carmichael met with a painful Assistant, are lPl i;,.g in onl teil
lNsirN. Feb. 2 -There is pverv accident by dropping a piece of ironent. N ne
indication that a wholly new n ve- on his foot, crushing a toe. Go l o~ernme Pitnt.
Have Been ceptedi
UlIet on, an extensive sc.le is in pro- THI BAY TRADi-The schooners
gre for the relief of Ladyp! iith. Harry. Capltain Mayo, und Alex. FHANKFuT.o. Feb. 2 --Th. d m,-
't,. war j l ar general merchandise for Freeport at i
ed tiohe secret. but the noticeable ac- Baylen street wharf. announced this morning that tit-..
ti ity tinere day and aight for the M M TRY BCITAL-Don'twould meet to-day and offer a t-1
past we-k confirms the hint of b g forget the recital by theClutteronu- ward of $,0 1tc0 for the a-sastin wiho
developments that hiave leaked out servatory faculty and pupils atClut- fired the shots at eunator (iot-be.l.
through high oltll2al sources. tr's music hall to-morrow morning Individuals hLve volu:nt'ert d tlhe
at 10:.30. All lovers of music are ecr-
Military experts agree that the d nvi ve f micarecr payment of the r ward and ff, r to
new pl in is probably a movement to N deposit the cash until the lcgisla-
SNAPPERS IN PORT-The ncksturecn maketh aplropriation.
force h- relief of Lady-mith by a Carsie N. Chase and Henry P. Chipture ipc h make teiv apprptiatiorn.
.,ing d.touir to the f4 r ea t of Col,.n- nman came in from the hanks yester- from va-iu Kentucky plintsA re-
so by the army under (leu. Kitch- day, the former with 4 000a ant tihe fro itize l o
e.or. whI.se, .lavn ment. have b.-en latter 6.000 red snappers for E.E.port that Citizens all over the state
k pt ; cl,-. official secret. aun'Jers & Co. E are willing, to take up arms if neces-
k pt a l.-e official secret. un L Co. sary to sustain thli (ioebtel govern- /
A A Modder River dispatch list department has granted peruiission Col. Gaitl:er,of llarrod-burg, here-
nlight iay. a great fire has heen burn- to Postnaster Rix M. Robin'on to tofore a -trong anti-Goebel iman. is
ing along t.ve veldt eintco Wedn.-*day employ another clerk at the Pen-ss- willing to form a regiment.
afternoon cYve'ring a di-tance of cola postofflee and W. H. McDavid Dr. Frazer, one of Morgan's caval- S (iqu
a;il-tu: two mile l- botwt.en Jacbsdal ha' lbeeu appointed to fill the posi- ry, telegraph. from Richliiond, Ky.. 11 ql
mind the Ko, je d rnis. ti,-n. that he enlisted fifty men in a few
It is believed that Briti-h officer. NA\A Ttorg-S-Th srhooner olurt -e rg
started the fire toscrene lhe Iiiove- Tv.o omters, L'ptain W. C. Bishop. n*re 0 ,; r. .
nh-lilen tr em- 1, yetterd wth tI(iilthai- mii).rainLamid c~'
ent of f ao.ces that have been urnt- cani, down yesterday with invall f t -legraln- have cmlin to verlr I : .-:
mnned eastward. -t're a for A. M. Moses & Cu and is (of,,be t led~iI- ve military tppan t. ":
rhe fire burned all Wednesday lo.ditg with general merchandise NonL o thpe oters h1-vmiliary e!ipprt.'I
xighrt and it is thought that under at Pulifox whalf for Hogtown and r th otf h ;
the cover of the smoke recent rein Breant. eptd. 4 (u
forcm In-nts that have arrived at Ma- OI' (OURT-Onl two I l e to Me t t Itl.
Lr-rsfontein marched in the direc- POLI(E (OURT-Only two c> pSf: S -q u
in of rfakle vWe t and Komdld- were dispo-ed of la the police curt S e:ker Trilmble h i giv ,,- qt
brty district. this morning: Toin Joies, colored, calling th-. legislature to min-t t 1 t i
The Bliti-h lonIg rane artillery lead guilty to leaving his teant uin- o'clock this i~fterno.n. I -:
oThe Bd toth fr lont ran e artlled th- itched. and paid a fine of $2.60. andl Ovrriit,r T r i iud a, r,.
no,-d to, th. front nel to -lelld the. 1Bo! Br own, white, pleadttgi guilFy. to a th st .'n g that nobodl, h :-- : it-
Bier position. -robably to aid in n, s t iorn t ;u qi
over! ng ti. I ovnemntl referrt(t t. a cli 'rge of di-orderly conduct, anud ted into the capital groumidas u.id,.r 4 q
.'ie trioo.i at Modder River are ug- wa, fined $7 50, which he paid. anvy cirunmstatllc, s. ,u
gr. t-Five aid eager for a fight. rIti II RY AbYscot(IATlN -- Pa-se-s hhretof.re i'it i ,t- ; iqt
'The Time. publishes a stpeci:l cx- ('ai,. Win. Hays, pre-eldent of the!diers to go thirou ,,* 1 l an l
tra this afterhooud with a di-patch Pet:-ac.,la Library association, lhala tlkpn up a;- f-:-t H- ,pr. .e l. 'V:
from Stt rkstion stating that etni.- ext r...~--d himself as heartily hp- T'e orij, .t of th, .rder i- o ir.- XVa
sarits ,,f th HBoe-r are distributing proving the suggestion of THiNEws vent any civilian fratn s,rivingi any (.hi
leaflets throughout Blautolatd and that the annual meeting, to be held le.l ip per- upon 0;ov-rior iylor. 12 h<
are working to incite the tribe to dur;ri the latter part of this month, The legislatutre- will a-k Juldge Wi,
rise against the Britisli. One in- shall bo at open one, all persons in- Can!trill of the 'Fical c, ert to is-le leti
ducetnment held out to the Ba-utos is terected in the Institntiou being in- an injunction: re-traiitinig toverlior
the promise to restore their territory vited to attend. Taylor from itnerfeing) i i any way
to th-lml. A NEW CLUSTOMS INSPECTOR- witt the procat-dings ,f tl.e le lgili-
er' Tro.u \n. )Owing to the great increase in ship- hatu ai
More Troplit an-i. ilgusiness at this port the treas- t vehror Taylor ha announce .-y
It ij rumored that Lord Rahert- ury department has authortzfd tile that i, will pay no attention to ai.y
has called foir to-.0 i tieiore troops. e-iploviment of an additional cus- uch injurcttion.
-toums inspector and Colicctor J. E. nllbe Offn r'd
Dr Bull's Cough Syrup cures the most Sillmain has appointed Bruce H. FIANKFIIR. Feb. 2--l' C ,table
a ibh.,orrn cugh.c, ",l anid iin :, aff.r-c'tlso Wee-t of Eustis to till the position. Harrod, w it. t .k \ e ltak, r, t '
i:i.-n ncilel i.iat conulainp:lton .lt I..--l. -,u-- Mr. W seeas was at once roumoted. bH rr r,
*e--fully curt.d by thil. iarvehlou. rermnidy. )(te f ie nount ll:t iih.-r 1, re-t l-d cltir g-d with
lsu1trer r, will oblitin rlirf alter afwtt*w doUeb. der of the collector, to be chief ootiv rnor 1, t -
-- pector, vice Chas. Quiua, who ge svienr, a vX iritk. r t;, o I.hmi en
c lok i th > e rank t hvall,, s \\erit l k. r ..-a i t, L en|
ARtBOK AY. b .ck ito tile ranks. roitte that hr ihad $30tSak it h. int a tnd
HAHItno PoLIC--For the protec- ;it, i hi- po,..kt,,t, wlii)- h<. would
It iv Ileing (Cehlebrted at PublicvSh:lool tion of the harbor and to prevent the ive If !14 allowed Ihim t, srale.
No,. daitpling or aslhe, cinders, ballast, dIarrod al-o clhin ti t.hat Whiit:aker
etc.. Iy vessels in the bay, the pilot said lie was on thle third fl-ior of th-.
To-day having been n.ined by comnllie-ionelr.s yesterday appointed executive building when the ;hota,
(ivernor l loxham as Arborday, the A. Ferrara and James Hettron to were fired.
occa'-ion i- being fittingly celebrated act as harbor police. One will be on
t public oNo. I this afteron.dty at day aid one at night, and In V as.hinalton.
t public h o. t tthe harbor police will notify thie mas- WAsH S N Fe. 2 -A K- n-
The class of Ilto. grade l1, plants a ter of 4o&chi incouiing vessel that the tickv delegation c.ta.istitg eof te ll-
clas. tmro, tile addres-4 be-ing miade I iw will be strictly enforced. Mc- ator-elect Blac:hurn, lRtipr-enta-
by Kirke M'nmroe. Kei!zie) erting & Co's launch has tives Rh-a. Sinith, Alleti (;ilhert
UGrde 9 presents a program con- be.-it chartered for the uise of the po- anld ex- Rtpresentative 1 ihoipso I S
sistiing of reeitati,:ns, es-says and lice. e iled on tine pres-o-i t to-lay to
readHings. C(IMINAL, CoUIRT-- Th case ,protest agaiLn't ally federal inter-
(;rade- S dedicats- a tree to Gen. against Scquire Goldsmith, charged fereine in that -tat:..
John it Uirdo,. the addre ss being with breaking and entering with The Kontuckiams raid tlrit fd, *-ril
made by Harry \Walgelnneiu ititej-t Lo commit a lis.demeanl- interference wanuld re-ult iti strio- TlU-
Grade 7 B plants a tree to (1io ,r, was disp,csed of yesterday af- trouble, as tihe fir't mniov. ii t itf We
Washinuton, Rtlihard Stilllmanlt ak- t-rnoon by a verdict of guilty. troops wild cause an uIpIr.irag noit tic
tile addroia. Will Abt, charged with petit lar- eas-ily qluelle.d.
Grade 7 A hone rs Adlnir:;l Dowey c ny, was acquitted. Thi, a morning Mr Blackburn, wl in hi. lefft the'
and Lieut. Hobs *n. the jury for the second week of the pre-i;dnt,. said tlli- iinteivjew hIad
(;rud- 5 A plants their tree in terlll was drawn and a vetnire issued, been -ati-factory.
Inleolury o f their beloved tearcfirr. returnable Monday. Tthweo -ae of W.
Mi ts Helen lFisher, who died HI. Trimmer, selling liquor w thout (;()OEi .W. llI-1 .It.
VWetiesdtay, tlie adtllre-.s btiIi niad-? u license, w;t4 continued. David
hby Miss Gttrtrude F"a i-..lntun. Moat ri. charged with embezzlement, Tnere is .i Imp. vOl,. iirn in i* ('cron-
(iad5 r. B plants a tree to lon. ('.. w.tA on trial when the court ad- tlhintn 'ro-.Dy.
B Park1.il., journey feor dinner. FR.ANK I-tT. Kyv., F'. 2 -G(,vr-
Urader, A .i-l: nt- a t:pe to) M% i- ,... h -VA. I1 ..
Flradie6 A lml:nts a t ee to MI- IN NEW Q't iRT-::ns-The n"w nor (,o, hal. p ,.sed a c niiatable
Florida ,ook. qu:irtrs of the C. 1I. Turn.-r plumtb- .
1hat Trabling ileadaehe ItngK eotabliihment in thh B:eut light and there is colnlidtrable ian
Trat Trobling Heaah building, 19 S. Pal fox street. will be provemilent in his condition to-d ay
Would quickly leave you, if you the mo4t attractive looking place of His respiration hail de-cre-:>asl undl i-
used Dr. King' New Life Pills. the kind in the city. One of the more regular an.lhis pul- is slowr.
Thousands of sufferers have proved large windows will be flittd up :s a Dr. Welsh said th ln- .rniin that
their matvhlless merit for Sick and coUplete bath-room, with every he did not wish to hold ,out hop-s
Nervous Headachea. They make ,modern convenience and device that he would recover. but he wn-
pure blood and strong nerves and known to the trade, while the other at least tloldin' this own.
build up your health. Easy to take. will represent an up-to-date family Mr. G.tiebel has wonnlne ful I l-ve I .N i
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money kitchen, showing all the latest imn- and a splendid constitutiotl atnl h,"
back if not cured. Sold by W. A. provemtents in arrangement. The himself has never y*--tlot co(.nitl 1 I, .
D'Alemberte, Druggist. business office is handsomely fitted in his ultitniatt recova.ry.
up, with tihe operating department .Mr. Go(iebel will hiavv- to, unilerro,
SHI I-'AVORITETS coMIi(. jn the rear.completely equipped with an, operat-on very soon for tthe te-
n pa every appliance for good work. moval of the coaagulated blood from IN I.
Ihe Aoixwardl-Wtarrn (wtnpay AwVEtTtI.I. REQI:ISITEI Be- his right side. In:ternmal bileodiang ht.s:
WUll be Here Next Week sides tasteful aIrangemnnt and good stopped. ()tlerwi-e. his com.ditt,,; i'.
The Woodward-Warren company, position, the element of circulation unchanged.
pleaded by that ever popular and de- Ls an essential-perhap- the most es-
sential-requisite fir profilahle ad- Caton up To I)nay
servin comnedian Guy Woodward, v,,rti-inr. T'IHE NEWs makes no NF.W Ya,,K. Feb 2.-Th--r& wis a IN ()
will be the attraction at the opera brags, and has never found it neces- hirpy advance in the price of co: t.ri
lhiouse all if iext week with thIe ex- sary to exploit its advantages in this to-dav. the autatins baint as fIl-


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107 8. Palafox Street.






)hen, Friedman & Co's


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will begin from this day, until further no
co, to close out our Entire Mammoth Stock
at Reductions never heard of before
We kindly ask you to see us before
purchasing elsewhere.


Big Bargains!
IN I- Er'.- (.)OORS, ILKS AN ) S\I'I' .

Big Bargains.
IN TABLE LiNI:NS TOW\VLi. NAl'KIfN 1:1'T


Big Bargains!
AlIE-' MISF ('\IPF< AND JACK II-. A.NI) IN .ADIE8S
TA II.O t-MADI: 0i1 S -.

Big Bargains.
ADIES' SILK AND I) RIILI.INTINF '-KIIr- .ND I..-AT):E
FLANNEL AND SII.K WA.l-I-

Big Bargains!
WR ENTIRE WEI.L sEI.EC EI) MA.M M1i'TF S1l 41. Ei',Aft r


Big Bargains!
IENd. HOYSS' AND CHIDI)REN 4 <'1.0 If' INi AI.so MEN
.4iII' l'Tr4 ANDWININfE I '1F.\v E\ 1.

Big Bargainsl
IN O)'UR MILLINERY 1)EP'A It1 IFN I
rs and Walking Hats. worth $1 t tit $ t -
,ii S itls 1 it a t' ;i 0 .,.. .

Big Barg:iins!
A RPETKTS. MATTING-4. WV NT)>\V SlI.:', -: I.\ L 1 t r A.rAIN1A
Ve have receive-d dire ft fromi J', it(i on c-at -l,,ill f M t'.'- ;
Handoime Carpet ID. -igI I'the low pr ic- wi l-urpri-es y,.n
.OME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

R'-merith r rour Tr'i.- Di-court. oof tll ('-bh Purhaa"':l

YOURS ANXIOI'd TO PLE\-E,

COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
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[..-!.rl or'~ter-. waffles and such coffee
. :, I'nri-ln cook could ot improve up-'
t,,, :. little anpper bad been ready fill
bair an hour. while Juliet Keyser leaned
sorrowfully against the sce-meat, watch-
:-;g the thrown aqrrpown in the gutter mad
!|. cradual fall uf twilight.
lJ-ii;j .>b se rmug tbe bell.
1 u may take the' supper away. Bet-
-a." i. he maid to the little maid. It is
t,," l.k.el your master will be home Bow."
Ml-atuwivh e Mrs. Keyser %ass 1-ft to her
, \\ u Ilit.liji>t)'t.
ll.w fuli.h I am tot, r ." ..sh. thought.
"I'l'! go and look at tt- liby .
.1.t it aus past 11 o'Idwk wlhen Mr.
K e--r'- k.- gitlt.-d in tilel tl.or latch.
-"W'ba. ittit:g up. tty''" he cried
E3'y *"'Wbhy. I supposed you would be
;., p 'I-,udl ftiat;aig lon ug ago. Etty. yon
'f- n t tI nt hte ti > '!lk-?"
.\ .i" sidl M'-,S K.-y.er. swalluaing a
,."..- :. in h.-i thront. "I am not in
-.iL. Frdl." And there the matter

be :h It-t mnortingi she w as afrc'-!
n .1 .'.*:' ..i*'l ;' -t e t aos a sugar luinip.
't. I aa). E:t;.*" ',aid Mr. Keyserx a'
: v :::" tolntionilg otin his fur lined g ouver
i ..., I,:tiIg oin. or two of the fellows
I : ~' ditjrwitr with mfr ."
\ry aell." bai. i Ettl smiling to her-
At hnilf |.'.t 5' precisely Mr. Ke'yse ,
.: I Pn~riosi-i I,} '',otir Ost.orue. a great
;:xa ill i f%,.,ter of n fellow, antl Juo
., ,,i i M ari,.-;. a i,- ta'liel little' old
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A Word IS FELLOW PASSENE
"Bill Stubbin4. h,v .Iove' How are

o o c to rs "Helo. SaSn'.y Your 'and! Come an
partake of n li'iqid rrefre-hmenter along
We have the highest regard for the! ",' tile"'
med-cal profes;in. Our lreparationsD ill Stubbin-. the burglar, and 8am
arc not sold to: t. e purlome ot antag.on Whis.ker. tbhe i-cket picker. then ad-
iziog them. but rather as an aid. We mourned to a neighliriug publ'e bouse.
iav it d;:wn as an established truth that Your werr.y god *,'alth!" said Bill
internal remcnl:es are optiti.c-;y injury. Stubliin. quart pot iu hand. "An 'Ow's
ctu- to expectant not.hers. The distrem the world a-usiu yo'.'"
aiA, dzcom'm-.i s exi'erenred during the I "Very badly. I'm getting discusted
mo: t's prec,'.!.g thi. birth can be al- with (,ocket picking. It does not pay like
!ev'a'el <-rni.- y Lextne'al treatr'nt-by burglary."
ap',i in a I niment that roftenr and re- I "*oon't you make no error." said Bill.
la. s thoie ,.er-,tia:red nr-c!s We "I wi-h I pm#%ses~ioedl a slithery 'and like
make and -e Iucht a it Ii in!,. com- I yours. an i'd never crack anottir blom-
binir:K the :ng'l-din in a uianuer it (rib. Nature intentioned you for the
ai:herto i nku'', n a d call i: ..wt.... ;...;in i;n .. h. ..o ;.i. ...i.. .


Mother's Friend
We knew that in thousands of cases
it has proved more than a blessing to
expectant r. others. !t overconit morn-
ing st. knesas It relieves ;he sense of
Ag.htnes, ;. Hlead:.h-cs ceasc. and dan-
-r tirol Sw'wol: n. Hla: and Rising,
r. as's is avoided l1 I.alor itself is
shortene-d and shornm of tni'ot of the oain.
We know' tat many doctors rec-.m-
mend it, and we kn ,v that inulti'udes
of women go( to the drug sto-re* and buy
it because they are surre their physicians
have no objections We ask a trial-
just a fair test. There is no possible
chance of init'ryi being the result, be-
ca se Mother's Priead is scientific-
ally compodin('ed. It is sold at Si a bot-
F'e and shoutil he used during most of
the perio(T of gestation. although great
reih f i- experienced if used orly a short
time before ',.hi',rlirth. Send for our il-
lus*rated )Iok aloo:t M'tihe's Friend.
tIE BRADFIELD REGULATOR'CO.
ATLANTA. GA.


TO KEEP CH:CAGO CLEAN.


Cble'io o. L'nkLe n **.I-1 I'cor. nrd ,'or
.liu cl-spal (< Ia-n ncl necim.


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r11% to' t ii l;IIi IIO i ': l it'Iix c I i into l lie-
st re 't, ;:illt- s, iver. c-a;c i/Il a wor other
pulllclh place< anly :i-lies. gal; Il,; Irefutls
t;r tiit.'cellan oi1.4 \\ i-itt'. It ieru11ires
a t'IC.S, ga t lMnl ', :iul II S oella lin'oostb
waste to lo' ko'|lt s5.l'ar:l;lti muilt that a
St'>p:it'rat' I'''i,-ltie >li' shall I0' ko'pt foril
eachl In thait IuI liiits aiI doorIf ,. Hlat
or story\ h l.'re' there alre. ilre than
five Ipersoos Is req"iiried to Ibe provildel
with thliet'e rt'cerpt:tcl'. I'o"r hiot'lts.
boarding bouse.' ;andI r'e-t:tur;rlnts re
e[tah'Cle' are 8 to It irovihlo0I for earlhi
2U persons
The oordilt:uiz' ie pr' i Ihs tlt t h' \ 'es
sel for garl>i ge slitIl be of gal;iin..'.ed
iron or stoeil. w:iIter tight, with a close
fitting cover 1a1tiI t a :lla:(-itVy ,f' 15 1o 2L 1
gall.ous. Tih' irec-l;il'h 'tor islj's is
rt'quiredl to Iot' a wi oode'I IbrrTl,. strongg
and \% 'Il thi, Il.dl. t\ :i 1 o.u\\oHle l 'o\ el
and a e:l|,:-it of at Itliist lthriee thll
:-ls. lh.- onliilanie' provides a loeiiNlty
for aiuy oelr disrt- ii'nt Ithes ret tii
tack's except t"'he o\nriers or lik-used
seav 1eug,'Is I'Provislon is tialte for
placlug lth' illed vet-sse.'l iln tlie streets
or alleys i111l Ihtli re.-iilov l Ii tlh tf'roi, i
of the rot.-piel- ..i. \1 hVlt e' mi Itlisl
ness' lousIs. ott<'' uiiliglllls landIl f;iL.
tories a;ir ro-'iii-<'l tio iImnkv biieli pro.
visioi ftor tli -:ire of aslit' andl waste
il1 llh'ir Iro,'lti-' '. anl tlhelir removal
I, Hilt e'-t,01011l .iotli0' of hI'aIlth may re-
llir, llutlor sliolps. truck stores,,
tiouio,:sl. g, o'e.ti,'r nnti the like are re-
Itjir'.l Io k'"--lp .o'p:l't -recep i.- tacnes for
,,a rl -: .1 ,.
A si' t10 I ., il oril,ii: ure re 'lite o" \\ -i- ,',o \1 :i ant lots to, cut the
..ri -> ..1,11 \\0'.'>i s on their IIt.illises at
'l-'ast t t i ;i .-';i eolinc'' in .Itine and
tl('- iln tllgtist. :1ani r'-nlv' the refuse
t% i* in lti\,' 1 t 4lit No liI't tlrotgll l.
0,ulliii lto:-;ird. fltoo'-.r or fruit stand.
'uinl-t ch n or \\ngoiti o any similar
'talll is allo,,\led t1o (ccup'l a Ipla 'i on11 ; si 're't or alley 'Uitihoit first
'.n .l: to'tllri'dl ;:i prn'llllt ft mlll ht\ Co i
Ito in.tie'r. of ho.alh n1iio1 publicly works
I ho t io.kln oir :'--. I:'it;.: rof fruits-. ra s.
*.I rron :it.l ::iik of all klinls on lthe
ohu.l 'Ik.s i< [.',l'rl.ti.d. 4\0tml4)ow wash
I \\i ]tlhI I i" t' 1t oI f thel' skl0r walk
:10n ii'. -nt 1.1iWl or sOrul binciig o~i sh
\ t:ilk- ari' .:o'i.i o rtol ,ot\Vw e 'ii 7 o''-lo'k
'n the' niorili't; Po i I 0; o'clock' in the

I it o IIa .I l t'T1tIt fil f to t iiT-ow or givr
na:y in :int. lii:ll rr otrirwn:y. str 'et or
alle'y or oltl! 'pu lic'i< pa1n, t- ll' .l y Ipaltl
phllet. po'-to'I or other prlntedt matni;r
il' f*o' ilso ,; .'iii'. itr-l I'ror iesoi) nr eliaole
ror the' ic-o:tintiiv-o o4f -taoll,'s or ot!e'r
pln-s \'vlwir :it':ilsr :r-' kept. I'ernnl
th.s flor v-!ol:itin r the provisions oof the
ordllati i'olaqiltv- Is provie -l for b'rilAinz or at-
temnpting to tbrilM' n 'seat ,nc'r-


mla scsteai
Little' Iolwe'rt- :1 ihow "tblel you
IPr4lto lo'eun e c titn "ch Il y ( ,*'awu't '"
NIr N ill itis- 1 lo o'I l rontotulo.- it
If ancte' mt iel twh wirdiii the' trnq-
Itetijol. i nit'. at o itt ik it l oil fiet
tthae'r fioIle'r's.tlo'.-'ltai TImeq-


FRANK J. CHBNEY makes oath
::'t he ix the senior partner of the, lI
!::n of F J. Cheney & Co.. doing


twwz- pimnlie. u nen. evi-L oaruenity pre-'0
nedittaled m e for a bitrglar, or she
woulold't ha' pi'ese.nteol me with a big.
clumni.y paw all a Kerviceably thick 'ead.
['t .li t tenn yon th 'unfltr
"My latrest failure. A corn merchant
uomflI4l .l:iok~on giw's from Hull to the
i~otl-. .x--hatuge ev-ery Tu'esday to collect
ni-onoyv itwine to him. lie gatiheril about
A2.41111 ete'rer tinie'. lip always carries a
1111e-14ling ii IiIthill)'*-
**Yoll "llubler v. Iillob flilnt bag.-
"1 it -In tonc. while lie was haring tea
"t It B ."t111:1a. i it. 21 I as tlIh'Ier wRsU't a
evnt im%-oto( I I)III it back m;gin. whber'e I
'fPosunol' it.I I ei. ide ltirips ant! I found
that. c-foret o'entiiig levi.eelo. he changed
all hit e-a~sl Onto hiiiiit, ulgiup. (,,B' the sake
-of (o~enietve. A[ilifferent iiiiies I've
Bad Inv lintil in 'vi'rr oone of ht'f Ihotcketq,
lont naIN-'-V 11 I Itoto'I oIio41 1 ti 1 I du(Iu't

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Wo-l' t I~. En i~1o 121'-l~ o.Oi~i, lcb'ill F~nlat.
be' 1" hi ..4i t: h .. %,.I l it- llt. 4,4
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NV etiIB IaItI I ~- 9 r-4 11 11'et It0 att Ilt:
4 Nit I n-_r1-k .
1114-11 M r l t.iit\i%.lhost.o(.i 41:11 an
x%#~iot '-lij..!. ol li V-olo- itIhel in tliif-
"W I). 'n Il ll Iko t:'iBll e'- 0J*4l if t l t-4'
he'f-it Itoo. ai-t h.. io l e'et i a itfill loot i.- Il

hi4) htt~iv on a ('0) ishi'B s t' Bill Still
bin, -is flitat N.'"it-.ol nokt ie itt-had ii
i' u e~l.-r iilro.'lit, toou-. iisvl. antdi in this
Ilil eot-tt of lulitiff S .NhO iall oighedl' t (01
-Sf 'tv I' lliIit-iin'kite mst 1i 0,-llet%.'.1iiol e'iite''.l
he J11,h': CoolIo itiei athli- 4 -4-113 $ 1104'litN ii
hIT-iJs-et-oi own dv~dhsdl n lt
Ne'ttInoortihoghe' re'aid nthle afoollow-
itt'ii,. f io 'M'114 e oin th ndiy jwit an'l':
''.hui'ont Ioote in'd.ili[to- pro'- it one' ~
e-'.of fill-'infornieffition thtsatnti. Jackson.

Next moitrn ing ol'iItill.ead thrugged a iid

n i~lo-,'ol wh It '* t ra v #'IliItg loy ra iI f rou
I., ..ol to. Ild Inst'l iight. Mr. .1acko.. nit i
Rt -zt rllgglilot unosrelia nt. atiol. alt h.otoghlith.

f Ii t .o-t _q I q it e ni'oitnt ,'-tnl it r


-Loindon Telegraph.

Maklaig a Will.
Thle man or woman wlho has ann estate
that warrants the making of a will and
h:a a n niilm'r (of ibe;tic stle to nake
invariably itvites a lot of litigation if he
or sOli atteon'ts tio c'lt uip a testarlment
without the' services of HI attorney.
Many peculiar wills are filil- of record.
and scarcely a dny paslse at the regis-
ter's office that there is not a dispute over
th, meaning of t lii. that or the other
clause of some testamnentt rittetn by the
testator. A document wans nder discus-
sitn lthe other day ntimni the clerks of
the office which died not leave much
do-nht a' to what the testator meant. lie
was a (erman. Like many persons -who
reward some o! their heirs before writ-
ing their will and then cull attention to,
the fa*!t in 'h1"' ill in order to avoid a.
conte--' thi ,!' n hadurt givenI&i $5 0* to
his i b son 4;ul- t;:ve' t.wre writing the will.
Tlhi i. how hw e nmade note' of the fact. "To


e.p. q.m.... a.W.. ..... .


SSLOAN'S LINIMENT
Removes Curb, Splint and Cippcd ]lock.
It will surely kill a Spavin and the way it
relieves Sote Tendons is marvelous. 'Re-
member this is not a cheap ,sash, but a
PAIN RELIEVER,
and a wonder in its penetrating rowers.
This Llalmewot wl no Scar or Blister.
I iry BeftoU i Warrnted.
Ptcs, Oc. and $1.OO a bottl. Sold by all Drugists
and dealers in mcd ,ane.
Powaimce t On. EARL 0. LOAN, BOSTOn, MASS., U. 8. A.
011fmff.W ........rMMWW^


BOOM IN IDAHO.


Onmtr-7etf(ton r:f n tnl'r!r'adl Reneait
Toefs am l ingg lIt I.Inc.
V -1'*-ii ; '.I.. i.'10oyiig a hoo111 as
I rostl il ,o f ii'e e reconstruction of the
';vE-n l eils rnih:ilroad and the prospect
!:it the NoS.adn. t':llifornia anl (Ore-
-'i :1i!-o I:tl.y 'xtOnllt its linl to that
o\\wn T'!Tr't :ir-e lhott 2..0 itY. It it simply impossible to get
!''<-p:'t:g it.o'o oitil't luo ltuioisi as nil the ho-
els ai 't lClh.-i T'lse S ttCil to Ibe doing
i K\louli:ed,' I ,sie.ss. Ianil a tllnultH r of
)''i.-k tiil.lugs itoe' being constructed
in "Ne'vw T.c* Many )of t!he people
ir'. liviie; i; r1,ints until the buildings
IttIll l 1 t: i: -h .
It |00ili i, id that \Veisir will share'
i I)t,- rit ;i 'i at w il .s t iil for 'eastt'rh'
pr it it n H. priil. andi lhe hboom now
l-.In td vlO l It;,' tmior,'e tier ly \t"While
I rI'ti)l ioi :1l\waiys follows a tooom,.
' "e'' a.r. Inliilntiit;is that pMint toward
\' cis' .r b. o't-c tinii, in iiipolrtant city
It ia ill n thel o' 'it'r of :1 s pl'endid agr
*lni:t .Al H -Ii! miniing district. 'I he rail-
*.o:il low\v t,< oiz. Iibilt has for its oh-
j.tctiv-e point !hi famous Soev'n i)evils
opploer district. s.aid to be ft he Imost
*\tls i\oe f ;lli t ill tht worl'l \ e's's'r
will Ilec.'e-:stril!y get considerable of the
Ien'letit of t!ihc trade which will flow
from thllIt re'lon.
'Th1l i.w' railroad compaiiy thas built
a tinle !'lt),l at \WeVlstr and is ope'_rt-
ing tralt's f('r a distance of 30 miles
out. Evo ry pay day about 2, oo umcen
are paid oiff in \Veiser. and money is
I.elintiful following such occasions.
The other cities along tie new line
are shairiing in the geit'ral prosperity.
.t N:inIpa 1 large stiugr factory is be-
ing e'e rcted.

Greatest Inlaad Cotton Market.
Ardmore. I T., is the greatest bland
cotton market in the world. Each year
over 50,.400) tbles of the southern staple
are mnirkeltid thpre. This includes oly
cotton which is blt nght luto town by
wagoni. In addition the re'eepts by
rallr;oad art large. The iplntetr for
t 1 mil's aroundltl briug thi l r cotton into
Ardliotre toi le sold. luring the sea-
out1 the' roads and wagon trails lead-
ing io the ity aro dlottted with the
.aii.;-l(ii'rs of tlh drivrTs. who oftten


<'a1Imp out for sRceral nights on
way from ther fnldls to market.


E PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
u besatiim the hair.
PARKER'Sgi rowth.
New il to etore Or
mmur to its Youthiul Color.
Cgw .- P- cpdoamer& hair -Ia.mg.
b'c~awd6BAUs L'-uat



Waited to buy all *: o* r.
wand Furnituresrckandiss. SA
iddress So' IA2


PROi'~iJSONAL ( i A'.


DR. WM


(~. DEWBREFR


OrMICE- atinab Bros.' rlrrI 'tc"r-



I). T. MIeaN I. 0..

Uomeopa!ic PNhyslicia aa se gand F
Late ..r Ct-ala. Fla.,
-Mors big proftoos:onal service., to tho citi
zi-n!- of IBB,,ow.-In.
Espe''ial a tention g von to i-' t r. in- ii
of Chromi ie 1-Aa..( i trd i o f,
Wom-n w'id I hloi ri.
Thirtv 'Yre a 'rs ctlce'e I m he- K-urth.
i file vlHours: U. m. to ) in.. 2 to ) 4P. in.
Residence Phone No. 2kJ.



Dr. Wilmor S. Ha/I,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Temple. Phone 364.


LOD1.GE IJIDRCTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola tlege, No. 3. K of P,
mo'ets evo-rv' MondFrii even-
ing at 7::;11. art Ca-de 11alll
in llutchinsoii bali. W'ob:
I iti t'.l-rdenia it r'-Pt.
Vi'otin b~ethrbre cordlaloy
H. lowniood.


their
W. O. W.
I- -


Slv PA Oak Camnp No 1 VWo.-dnan o'tfh.
Prnrtl in noon I r iI.
A Fe'lic'thiii ; ,affioit to ti)nle a perma- Wiorldl.
litlit display of 'Orlo'g n products for the Mo'Lot, t't and thir(t F'rnl tv nit'it 111
telc h I i elll' t Iofi l isi to)lS alll rangers ,a I it v t 'lt H .W A iVl-',
to P'ortlatInl A ('otlllitC'e \vas recent- I. M. hKooKs I rk I. I
ly appoilnedt b tlhe chlianle'r of cowm-
nlerce to solicit funllds for the new ln- MI- CNTI POT rV s
mlration Iuro.au. The committee re- III
ports excellent success. The railroads offlee of tI- ?* ,. rtiry a' ('Iu icr'.
have contributed tllerally and are as- ii nM.. II u'c-
sisting in gathering the exhibits. The Hoild, u- tine, on c:l ri tio. Pr.e-"l.nt.
bureau will cost about $2.500 a yea Tha 'er-.tarv wial :-v.to,- t."' e'tirtr 11I- t,
I the Irteifsr of the Ar*9 iatlon
Ios Angeles spends $40,000 and San the lIterestLof hA 0icalt,
Francisco G6O.(O0 a year on such ex- ABE iANMELA. re-ldi. n.
hbhlta.-Northwest Herald. tieretanry
F. B. Thirkleld. Health Inpeetor
f Chicago. rays: "Kodol Dyspep-
*ia ('Cre cannot be recommended I a A
to)o highly. It cured me of severe
dyspepsia." It digests what you Thesetiny capsules resuperior
eatand cure indigestion. heartburn to Bahlam of Copaibsa,
and all forms of dyapepsta Hargls' bebs and Injections
Pharmacy, John Baeppard and S 7 Theycarein48 ho rthe
Kahn. -same diseaas without anyincr.n-
O A.-L 1-O = 1L Atcen SOLD BY ALLDUGGISTS
lamt es t IM Br _b_ Bog_ _
%a'sn dt o/3az -- -- w- -


J. BIEBIGHAUI'VS. ERIU, OSU
The Plumber, Steam and Gaa hitter,
desires to inform his friend" and pa- I 1 1 I
trons that he is located at 129 Wc3t
Government street, and is prepAred l
6. A., ..- -_ .11 tI;-i-A -f J,- if


F. C. BRENT.
rreildent.


WUHH KNOWLES.
Vice- President.


W. K. HYF'. JR.
Cahbler.


J. 8. REU3.
AssI' Casir.


First National Bank

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

1;31II3'-I b
WM. H. KNOWLEB, W. A. BLOUNT.. C. BRENT. W 4 HV Y I J
D. G. BRENT.



Frnp ui Bo.Ii huc OWP ul UIL


PLWWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain. Ireland
-rmany. France. Aautria, Italy. Holland. pain. Belglum, Bases. Not
,y. Sweden. Denmark and other European eonntriee.

M' Vessels Disbarsed apon the Moss Favorable Terma, and theor
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of DCesanation Ten or Pittoen Day
afterr Vessel Arrives there

fcty Deoposit Boxes feor R t in Oeaoetlio
wiMt whioh we hawe a Prt tva Apartm~ t fbi te Use
of R]mtfmxs



A. M. AVERY,


IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


-larclw0re,

Iron, Nalls. Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat kupplleo, Cooklta
and Heating Stoves. Paiut. Oils and Window Glass,

Agate and Tinware and lousefurnishln; Goods
(nun, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

AGONT for Birmingham Rollin Mills Company, Revere (lan.
stitched Belting, Northampton Rmery heel Company, L*' Ran'
Powder Company, Johnsoan' Ka:somine, Iron hlang mn Buck's Mtoves
and Ranges, Qm flnoua AOo 's qw -4ld, .mao, L**-i -v W..
d*- -,. irolad Oolorn.

Masonic Temple, Peni ola, Fla.

ETTABLIRHED 1 62.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
DOALAS 3I 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardmare,
6"OM 4) #Mr 4- P%1*," *MX -TK" :W.,T
--'-----^^-^- ~f S WJ '-V T--F -----
wVK5RE c(OPPKR <':()MP\'Y, JHFIN r **'HI.NOI *. *
r4AyV Y ZF r1 VIRF. kopv 4 ? .- u-


Intft i'ipeat I-' -


C NccKetnzio' Otrtilig ('IollP'timg AK- '
t~t~i't obfl


iI itoo -r t r P'i 0-,' liHe lo evolol't Awhol-


THE ORIGr' AL--- _,


ST LOUIS


A B. C.


BEER.


-> V. J. ViDbh, S1. 3Wbolesaler.

l13 IfS iKI. lf 89413113 II IIPl OtaND 11B113 111c

Pal Joues ani cbo Sprijs cMcbratcl I iklics

*r,~ TRYI q 8OJIL OF CNIN1 0 TO1IC.
I'HONE 154. 1 3 p b x 5mN
JG70 & FAMILY TRADF SOLICITED
Frrfe. D-llve-rv to, Any Parto nitht I t'.
f. 1 i orders left at Tb Orne,.V '. tal a 14milb. will bo oarlull)
mtto-uded to.




P P It('I ETOR 0 V-o

CRONIeS SAhLOON
0-DEICALERK IN-


Impotted and D omstic WIn vs, Liquori and iFars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


I 97 T R I It ff1- 1 o 91Or4 V iev'i IoIIfvuPt.


P VSioPAf'AT.4 P'.A


Do You Want P HOPft

'I'o Be Pretty? H & ,


ATTENTION, LADIES I


ZIaol '-. 01~* .'-qter ir,,


Chines-4 and J.tvanese


Are you sunbarr.ed.
reddened by heat florid Fancy Go ds,- .


-iR your comI
bad?

We've got. t.be


plexion


righ,


N41 :1 -lift c' r et.


thing ror you: H ti t'I I-;: 1 .


Cream De BNaute. 'N .. %.'f'-I t tb
.. '-Se' .' fir lb.
-i ,- 1 '.- .-i ,' t.,tN r tbo tin a
Highly recommended 4t
for a skin beautifier It o-." ,C "
I ,r, 4"" I,, ,*t K r*' e; I ,Ip 9r
will remove frecklPs :m r rr, '. f rti ra .a ,:I 6p
I, !A 7 0 9; ..car 4:f 9 ,
and make the skin T' V"' r y:'. P *'"r'l"- .':fop
clear and r loth.- ,1 Ir i r t n:a. ; rn s*IB
clear and sm -,oth. T:O, ,,, -.A..la, ,, :i.
ll:tlp. M t.)V i &e -r |" -. lb:4 p IV


pill g ie t '*


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rEK DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON4 FEBRUARY 2. 1900.
.. ... mI I I *ill 0 i.


B I E AI5JK a Co Wi, tl.oeate IDealrc. Pen -acola


Oir nodse' any It.
Tiii-. f-I,:. ''. .. i!l-mxnrr 'x f -li" th
tion c e.fia it% toto rk.r x rk A %ouatg
w4,tt'ttt- '.' IdIm .1iri"'iT'atl truirimeut. ,
frwi. I''- S W4Vx',.r-NJil~t-h'l.- tiad It P ttlauli-I
phia& MIJ1 %x'. 1* N.,r% -r' itnl 41'of' luau(10-ti14I041.
vt a rt'.-ew:ii *'ii-I tr;t' ti r iii uiht'tiv v.
thajt a t:*w i,t~:4t a jegmi~rtiIjtmuti. g~ft




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ar Ij Himmi-l!i''. x?. .-.t- ill
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niati at time aluvia .t-k %talll t Ike pleus-
ure in g: 'mit it to vottl at t lie .'lar't

p~ld th li~tk L~ralt '[l~crrit-ic~i ar't.'cjnm ti ho
tipak; jiii'kedc it imp fo~r It,.? an'] smtnli'cd

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brtug iat toivn t te' I a 'it -. c. Ott tie exactf
aaaorie- % tmi d t ftrtaIt. icidrt I.- tutiiz-
They briing not itlto i tn.v thu ii,' .trn:0-
inaana111.-r$14, I'll! ITlw.-'tin tetial t''thte.
amdestjloii-dtt!txxtipt for'ltuxuand ttmi'leda












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SllW oi i "ti Ha ketllM.

rlann 0,f t I.. 1iu T,,:. ,'f tli '7 r r,,'n ?
toI a nt-''-- to I; t :' o n ,r1 w I .
thne .r'4., 1t 43 *, t; Ti i ,' c 'l li ii i :- i-
tr "; v,.1t <>\< l' r ,-;-:.. rily 'in an
,-d *i of thle lE:'iNj:w '' I'nlil. tl ,' s ot of
<'al l .*r "',# th *. :I,,il. t. l l- estl'dit li'- mii th r'i timiilot \


AI' Ple giant 4 eenon Tonit'
pr p tr-ld fruiti thne frtph jule of
Le*mon-. combined with other veg-.
table ilvetr tonics, cathartic, aro.
tuatic itt:ulante. Sold by drug-
gi.ta. fit-* mid $1.0u bottles.
For btll.ousnea amnd constipation.
F"or ldindit-tion and foul stomach.
F,.-r -ick ani'i n-rvous headache's.
Vt *r pi lit;iltia t and heart failure
t- ^k.- I,, .. ... '!ixir
For t>leeples-nt-s and ne-ivoins
r -, ra tit i11.
Fir lo-i. of appetite itiat dethility.
For ft-v-r-t. min- aria and chilled'
tik- L-mnion Elixir.
iII V :~ ir will not fail you in
any of the above named di-eeapes. all
of wi'ti i tsii-. fromn a tuorpid or dits-
oota'-I lv. r tii<.mech or kidneys.
6SW and $1 uu bottles at druggists.
Prv.pared only by Dr. HI. bMol-ey,
Atlanta. (a.
At tbheapliol.


I hare' ;u-,t take':. thae last of two
b'oItva, 41t 1 ),. Mozie-'y's L.-mnotElixir
to' nierv'au-Ii tzuttlac'to, indireistii'n.
af' eI,a m.- ;x.- stid kidmier-:.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


NEw YeOa
Fe etru a ry..
-k a rtea.
Apr~l.
May .
J Ufl..
July
Anirus. -
se-i I-m'wr
X v.j,''-a t'- r-
Lieoem tppr


COTTON.
Frb L f1I"

7 &.
71~


'su
o 7


b3be

~47
?-hls
"as


IV
1I
-as

7. II


'pe' cuttros tUarW4"! stead Ij u-b lvaxCe
UAt1-hIiiAx uijotud 5a;.,,: udiing gUlf el/.
GIVA 1iM AND PA9VISIOILS.
um~ch'io ri-1 I oPi;;y ciAS
Wsaim i- '.,ruasy -CBS/6
ItII~LAr-'.-U T611
IA' 1't' -u tr v. o
CuPr-i,%rv ...i
JA' ris-.i.
UA16--I .' 75Li
PORK-F-7brsary.-tiW,
LA KD; Frb a r
s..amN-M My Ay 5
LARLk-- 1 11, v A~c
WIN- r, raai
Ri.w-r. hr-ary S i
ka t "-.-%If. ;'a ,

MAVAL STORKI.
WILMMYGTtiN. It-li I--Spirrte turpeo
Ltae lirwim .-t t(ii%: receipts. 1. casks.
Ko'.n firmi at *i so, : receipt. 1Z.-.
Crutd tur;'entino lrfir mit 61 7%k43tu. re
veptv-4 lanrr-lA'J Iar- it-mn at V1.30 re
cc-into 1.01
nAVANNAR F-bt. I.-Spiritilitlirpeadas
IfI --. : ') ee t ot is %I aled. x, *.purL
4", Koc 1it-mi antid 'iinclaitniced.receipts
1,4 4 salt I Gto. exparia,-1l(D


C ouzh Cu 'irs- fir my L#-i-ith namd i~ft
It --utr---1 mw .-4f urig ir ubl.-a foll'twitip
: r i pt. 'J' t;.u-A ttd-i~aowe tleir- liv# -
to tie poptOiit acti-,nonfi-l i tnt-vi'
fAhii ez r' nm'tdx. It emtre'i c'ugli-x -
v''i.irtxa-,[. upl~ht~ ilsum %mI 'an
vtri;;'.- awl tin at it iid ltitig Li'' uldi-e
I -, .,4rlI-v tin'-''I t-,'entt(i ronsuimpitlomi
It i" t0 It- l lv nt umla toitnetly thst

Pli~itniitaey. Jo Lti Shi-j.l.ard ~and S'





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t'- i V -j i~x t tai ''T''it l t o-rIimi
114 :1.i :!1.1 - %%in-- t i iti,

... q. i' ''d i iit ta l is i't tl.: 4 1 it
a -- rt- i x 11-~ 14.-m,'l Igi ii x.

let ax1--i x '.- ''o b-wl-xx tis i',I* ipl-a'tt


r..irx i-I ifi f t; k Iirra ti'c ii.

iTIt-ie I' i'Ilik.' an .r'1;mn rslv hwiutts' vs'
t5!-.'!u.. v,. t!ai !tralilngq. tmatps

4tust c .i n-:!i-tiraftit-uIt tie oi alp-r andu

tq-.- mod .til t intol a 1.-1. lt. i-ailing ux'n-
t..- ? .1ttal' x a- tt-ulinlfit ii'dimrl t-I a
4.1 .~ T-trIol. aIa 'i, 'triiin t timt-4I i nt.. aI


L6GONITA

*, BI WLLtiS D. C~TI~1W.


I

I


re:,i t' .'a 't! putit v a11 v in iT- i, r n iq'-
t,...' i ;: L 't p ,l.d d < n. :t lnd lh In ", h' l -r, f Ik ii.ik I ,i
r,,e s n : I 0 ".n- ,i th th,. t .. ,1 r,. ,!,,* :. ;i f. 0',l b I ,.., ti -
tr i~L w a to :a l .ci p;-'ll t ;i a siiwn :- lnrrnltl
sl.-elii.. apa. tii ,'tt. 11.3 thit means "i sint,, It ,.. V a.t '-'- is t, i-'"
tlhr p < '!" .l',ip n n-' .-r Hhl" ito tliul T i.,, ,. ; h, t hi ,.t ,,,, t1 7h,,i:u,;t.
i t i.i p .. xi !..;i ;o l ti< l ''in tiinkitt'd "'1 i t' ri .. ;i ia a -i :ii.,. tt-
- xx t 4'<:wii''< "l iitii,'* I ,uI'ttilbrat noi \\ ti '- .1 t
-% I1. I!, f. ,r *; l" ti i o l.s,- II. M 1
Red 'lnpe Illlstrm atedl. f'or I m.% I -a l *' :li
A cosrrt-.,lio i at11 pait sinig Lnurcitdly lIut th.t filth ,l x t :.' gi,.'
into tle rih i ui of tlhie -oitiu lti.-tt.- oni riv- i "iAd .
I e"'. co iie tI ,, i 1 .. i< 1; ,.,il. U1
es aand atinrlt-L.ir pulled the klino. uof thu o -i uut ii ht.r ,'.
door ThInitiinti t.
duor hI litn *:iliut' th.- i. t<; x .li Ihi.' i>.'tiiry
llw i-an I got that flied., dot you I n SL wa, -o inln_ a 'sald," tti.- fath.-r
think? a"iki-d the .oungresenlaun "'SI. ll u il.l.- **'S t piju.ad wih i ,iung Gita-
I get the tnir'lpi-iter or the liH ki itiih':" i:,l in t!i,, grin, Sh- lid n,,t k'ni'wv thli
"The lo< kniat h. I sUuppose." ldevil vine' wx .iltl ,a' oi-r lealiit;.-. AhAil
"N i. ir W r t't-r I to send for the iock- yet it hat'lh t.it -pi.-iel Ier face niid not
t.:th ii li w ioul- t 'll nite to motion lt the tlltouchm' llher Iaitnifll h-ar-t "
at-, ;I 1 4 ti- l lt. I no Il it-l .-;id t c ir". nt c,,rreghiur,
a rt',it < t f (lif t in li'tool Ihi h Ins lx',
"thoi hua.'.it miiy e i lti--" %iiii-fi loiH\. i ,rt: ins.
Pittiioritt. to fix (lt l)t-orknollo
a purs 4(, 1,f i,'It.l "
lit. T.rllm ent fixture :ilt-t larl solely ,tlt with li- ai t,, y ,. r,.. ,- uwav.
w it hin tll. tl. air Ii-.,l -ti )i ,t" li, rtt-li t'et n ( Vh. i rtiin t i-]h i. cahld hliililk'.
of tl' I In' 'a l a .rn othl.h.I I.". i tir.i- h -. lii, tt'ears -
"lio you s t that h ondoi.-m e th l re'." i pr s--td his hi ;ati i
st:ti!l IlHie i'd the einrpi-tier to paiste (ionei clothi "'N:y. 1,- ; 1'r" : ('r--,.n thim canst
on tlie lusidle of ililte giais d(o rs in ord.-r i -' thai."
t h". l I lluA.h. nimy T" : -' 1t i tI beatif
that thi l.o kt miut htn ti show. nis f i the d t rtl is th gla .
did title work. ,ut whi ien had flni!l warm sinoriine annd thi gtlorion- souiil the
I noted that lie had not relened thie raini--w i'itii-, iut'- iii.-"-4'lii.ago
glass Iefore lie put the Cloth oin. Tlie Timn-' 11. -ild.


thlai'I lto kx'l I dil.r'pntnl ile tIhat I
a gl:s H lie toidl nue that the gl c s w. as a
p.' rtnnuent fixtiur no..i tihat ht haid no


fIle Grievaace.
k, no t'iwiindi'r the hln)i:at'-.m t ot Is li


AN EARLY ISSUE


Th( tc,-irse of their te-n r I.ve had run
srmIoth 1,1r f..: onle- thin;--Jack believed
that wonlin bshoii Itt tlwe vine and man
the oak around which she shcnuld twine in
g.'Id old] fa-hii.nd d style.


WVIH 5 N!-OE- TO DEATH.


T'-r'.t>. J.4-W. W Beard.
an t-h -e7 o: tilt iaw-. I- now evajing a
wasr':'lr. tte h:ni' of the sheriff.
wil. :- ni.iimnm a ditigeut search for tne


i 4;itano .'a .e tbrouiih the lowland
:rieve to mp Lvuni'a at tile 'Teek he
ri reulw#-rv why Oie had rouxn so -iffer-
ent: why she lo. !.-iger woul I play the
gamtzes that ffa' -.tars they h.d played t;)-
sether. why -hte i .:t rtocl toy the
tirolr-g and would nut Ict hiim ai-iist her
acrIur* the sti tn in.
AVI:ti Ic revathc4 the *,-#-L. he -aw her
su-udiLwL' I IM roa ut tlh tiq of the
hill. A htr.r'itnmu vkho had spoken wiht
I ter rit1 4 ily. smttiling over him shoulder.
S$unt,.th~iig tirhtenctl in G itatno's breast.
WVith tirt. sl.4-1% IIs.- a:nt to t he liiiltup.
"Wbo war; lieII. 'Xita*!-
'-%Vho l.iit thnt o-'egidcr'f che an-
swererl archl %,
''NV~vit :ti(I hc"-~
"MIoro, t hnl *i itI- aniltr Ihith said.
t;itanir."
1A*.it itt ii rued her face awa y.
-11L' it tO!:t :tmnt,- ii the beauti fy the
nitht."
iititan,) *% e'i tla-liit wt there rc-ltg
"W~hy 4fth Ow 1w aI' -loid
1.''aue7sit#- f'alte-re-il-'he.t-au....---"',)
snid Owi h oerrt'gii!)r--tixv blrow i- tlie

alid znm3 e~eare t i.' g~iati-ig tatr.
*Sa..l h[. that? What t .re'f
"'That m? hair iN the midnight voud:
that ny IF -
She turned a pebble xm.ith her dainty
toe.
"That ui '- lit!.'- 1;i'anq jirt-nipted.
"Are the 'I!L\ bright be-ries of hllliy
awaiting th. I.i-, of diawn-so said lie,
the curregidor."
At the bItnd iof tb- rolidI the rider L-ok-
ed back- nan rav-w-ii bi- glistening som-
brero. !Aon*:ta wavetd tier u!fli hand
UL41 %ifulilf-'i] l-!;t %w hei 2hc ktrnil -ieagain
to b.-i .,tuavitCiPiji tthe siziilc de'partud
frnnt li,-r lip,. fix the udneas uf hiii e)cs
rc-buked he-r b'at!.
The b uet 41tt v ud i'i t, t'! the r rid'r
value, but I. Loeila% %_'1 exer away Willi
Glttno in the lo 'l.uf g ove.
'I'llcil. ns to tui,:dl day clo4 eidl. 4-r ae
their baidtojJ tuin
a .\ t. th-l:a a w" tu with'. (,I4
taztli l. [, I 1.1i !, in "MY. 'I'lho' art 11,1
lIi,te?I a chit~."
n l fz t nl-thr. I Jim hlet;.pywoith ;I
1.. 111-1i tiw .r-wk.. Bile thee lit
hmnoe. Tt- .-,rrle;reor %,,ill conie again.'
"1he oiorregildt 's"
".Ap.'Nita; l tle eeth sei thy t Lwntity."
"What tiost th-'ti mean. ilny fatlt'r'"
"Only that thy place is here. I.ot (;
tano go his IxnIy."
Another dn4 the ilt'1r camie. aHIA whlo'il
he w4-lt :niW i tiltitS fci' )'. Ihili
lie uii.

ilt I, the cort-egii a. it art-.:r ln,%
arid ridt ill tjti IP',n ih. 1 i l-tIj' g.
ttilde fif al 8 Ttiir'!. IoviYi.C i-:art.?"






G itrl. illo .11 1 .%I.- %! i .

had u,)t k..I,. th')i: I.!
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Iiail4- iiita: ltiaqi ti. I at it.- h~is ha tiii itt
mrilk 'rhert (;iiat,, l-~nixx rthe f'i iii'i f




''It: iht- tiiitnirtg~ li\ht 'hetaitr-l-i-ier
Ohi lA-iit' a 'sr. i ru-jiZ

o ir t


,, n" ".. ... ,L .u ,, I.. s..,^ 1 .
bushel."
"Your Sc-riltural c'iotatiiIn -i., ratlihr
wnLk. luy i anw y fior pl iblitatiiin xithu'it i.- ,king tlhn i:i
iup." -anil .lack miiil'UI.
A after t!i4 cr'nv! -;ritin,, th':- ; :ls, :i li'
thc c.oolness lIrtwtic the l -o,\rl.. 'TIl;y i-nil
nio tilillti-, l, i tt -. li)t .Jal k 'rti l to i t riu;
nil e:'m-ly mrl t' iai .,,, ;nl, .I, ti s u'.i ,d t,,
ni 9ll 11 i; I 11a11" 1 ; .1 #1; Ill St 1141 1 8
1.9v% h. ,t ittle Tifis,, i, ) hi vqt, ,) him :i,
-hit-' N\;I' r hii; fiv : i.ht| y ,1 n ta n w t.al.'.
Ill it h, n .,qe tiIII tn --ll;jI.';i i;,. ti- w hi,.
'io h a -old h.r tl',,tx y >a in ''t. 'Ilh-
story was it 11 i i. .1- -II h lf hl pId it
tnilight Iw. tt he t '.t1 h trstilf it w uul'i
tNlIIrely tl ill ;i w ri I n1-1 4lt'r. < oi il ,
stl .i h l 4f tli- hl ,' -h '. 'l t,
t i ,p t; ti ii : !..,! i l;t i i t r: .i ;
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M .llNin a > 01 n, n 'i- ; t -\\ I n:l
r': 'in t-
T ho x;.l ,1 i id not 4,1in1 ..ii1. Ut ;it .l -t
ih! vii l.atii i t ii I m.-k'. nlto ha' il .i I Ili ti i r -

"I1 ut no nl e'. tIlC trititi. ilp ,il iilii niil/ .
edlt-rs fir i. n... r;. i: ,.Il," s.aiil hirr ht ,,-
hIniil. luiiighiiing n-. ir. hairl,,,I lif' 1 i T(-.-
ceilpt fitnu MiNit. lrilt.: f.,r thi. 1ill, tin-
l id it t ilt h o ii1'4 f r lit-i!ii 1 in;1 i-i 'ri '. hlai !
"( i. l, ar.' J ,;i *i ,t I. anlin.yv.,l mi l,
yet r-,!i,\0 ,l, f,,r tih t Ill h il hl n tn l,,l
eP **li ):.1' l 70.';i! -
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p 'i ', ht l t-l t lll ,. y I', ll:,,i
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nlt ft' ri:<-t. I'!! il .\ i "uii,7 iii)v h!t I, ii
n ;ig in li 'forit t., v i t h ti htI. .- ",.it iy i.,-
,tl ."" a <.' i li p r lt I l, i Is -li.ii -
.lx'. han lii>.'


Endorsed by all Physiciian as thi
only Beer absolutely free frin adul-
teratlon

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,

PENSA('OLA.

Try It On Tp a' 1ll Ralouns.





Kodol


Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially d'gestt t he food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or
gains. It is the lat :;t discovered di gest
ant and tonic. No oiiher preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stant ly relieve. and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache. Gast ralgia.Crampsand
all other results of imperfect digestion
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Cbcago.
Ititg -.' Pt'aruacy, .Ihn .1 p-
p;a rd.


!NRYRO YA PILLS




4 ni

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CHO4CK ME L AND URGRU



STOCK FEED.
P'lt10 1z-' 1 il eim t wirv. for there im
'v -rr- N, r.*- :4 1 Ut .hou!(l I.; V'. r M ~M anand
't't'k F..d !'i.nii tl,#- lien,' fatrif
tr( Ih V u : lft, i ('ifa t ul r., r
fPrI q to .C i ittntlfl 4 u i HN:t-h ()m1 oI i adus
F 1 t '
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Ill&igestion!



top pr(;(u('e a41reined !equal
to the 1Latchiless .1 Wn ica
If 'tatr for the cute, of In-


fllesftiof 11tDyspepsia and


mri..s I. te hard. in l Troubles and SAkin .Dis-
Th,. x ,,ll 1 'a ; i .j''*-i njp ,, are-t in -
at-i, -' 1".';'1T t t ti ,: t t t '. 1*;'i I (aSE S. Guaranteed to tlre
\ lh.- i t:i the .i!'- Iil ,: '!.I ii;, 'tr .. f t
th,- vi,' t <.-U; .r,-r !rI' l..k of 'r. i or mon y 'refit'l n ed. Co t
,I -.x i\ i:,,i 'I1, E;.mi ,> 'Fe '"t n- -.t,:t i,-, ---
,,l v:u ti,,. ,,p4- 1 ,.,,! i.., i: r, ., on.l/ -7 ; rets a d wa to use it.
1 'at tihnt' "'E l l';Iit a.- s l' ,,ii.' i ht:m l l-in''
thi tll"t .. .. One dollar bottle last tu.'p/"-
Strni t o .a rla I l it,,.- I 'rin '"
I.;k,' T,.p'V. i t ; r<-t br.y l .
Ni. rl\. .-,! th.. ,-t.,t. 'i,.,,titti.,nr- i.,.n- 'For sale by all dru ddists:
fint 4;o*I. N:V.w lt ,rk I'r'- u. .
Also 1 W. T. Green < "o. ;
lBrid yet's DilemmaI .
Ani r.nwiniit.. Birlg.t. th.r-, n-e.tw S. Palafox Street.
thii.-, I nTo-.' i:,! i-t up',rn-truthl'lfau.-'i
ai.i tb. -tiri,' '.."' iOR ADI)RE--S


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought hat) orne time rignIa.
ture of ('Chs.. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hi-
person.al .supert\iionf for over tO yvearn. Allow no on1 ,
to deceive you in this. Counterfeit., Imitations ailI
*'Just-as-wood" uirb but Experiment4, and endanger tho
health of Children-Exierience against Experiment.

The Kind-You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
__ C. cIT aun c'paftv 7? 7 muMar oIrTllaT rE WVONa c* c
~--- -~ w ...-


.I'oan. however, ha.1 bec.me imniueld troUIe.
with Inort- modern ideas. She detested' ,ur.!.tv niht an overerat was missed
clinging, depiitndent womankind and hru- from ;:e t ioteiei ani S.uuday morning
ed ith a hf-rt' le-sire to demonstrate to :o had come
Jack that his :.l,'as were erroneous. e u:,ir i '. i had come
"Of course." .-i. said to him patiently to to re"viosrr avy, were arrested on
after one .if their frequent dliscussions. "I dsupic.oi As no evilencie ctn d be ob-
miak excusti.i. i.J y3tt. as you were born I-tlucldr azinsr tnu,. :m In o marina. an:I
in the south, where pe-op!e still thiuk wo- dever-. Men too Inem 'ff in the wood.
weu ought to be a playthiiin or pet andt to mlak- tuiem k or:fzs.
never I.1 nnythie miior..e s.c l than t-o Tl'n mar-hal bNat one umil he was
dance or "sit toni a en hin.n sew tip a se5:ln third anl tihn muai- nua beat ruoter
andt fed ,it strnwhterries. sugar andl two As tnl. negres- "tl deuled the
crea.lm.' I;ut I thitk every girl thoulid 1.n tber. t bty '!-. Wa K 'Pt D~ tearv
so 'ltucatedtlthat if it bt.e ones tiCe'..i xil day, ii. V.U1 itob III the eventlls onie o:
she can ear'n her own living." the iegroos died. and a few nours later
she can earned y fir iistan. ,.-tat another ono die
about ma.koug yo.r livitg'sta" he wk. irt Tuev are -.l to have b-en tur-i'ated,
a tma .tidA tire uetingtd. "thle :hlra negro is
a soft voice. with a suspicionl of niockery ii- t n is
Iibiiid the oftis.ri.si lalv
b"'hind the r.'loftil. l s. A coroner'. jurv was scintnoned and
"'V i shr triple,. hI. pushing. hi;t de-
Cant. Il r.priets. ui knt dow." after investigation returned a verdict
"rt'. "h write. o know. that tne de.-eaied "' cui to the;r death
h. ," at the hands of W. W Beard, the mar-
-'yes. t c, tlnd canm. llow gli.i s"l aba;, and others, and th't the sante was
was that !.!1. etil.. n')w i pitt her hani In i wilt i nil nur-,er.
h.-' pnCk't at;, a:s a stort of grtndll cliiiiax A warrant was iianed for B 'rd's ar.t
btt. it letter hi.l b.n lii. rest, but he has left for parts unknown. I
iug dtliltiig t Il. interview .
"Now. le,a,'li.hi. You sve. I inan earn
any living. n,,d what is nmoe I intend to. Medical Society. Attention.
Marriage, dthpenlnct'e iupln a ianu *i'r ,ev- There will be a regular meeting of
erytthij,. is tinthling in1 cnilmariSon i\iti! the Pensaccla Medical Society at
doing for yours.elt." the Board of Health office at
Surprised at this iiunxpectedl tir:",!'. o'clock p. m Tuesaay, Feb. 13;and 27.
Jan'k took the letter she heldl out t,, himn Visiting physicians are cordial)
arid read: luvited to attend.
Tfar Mi*--Vour Ptnrv. -4 I.nmance of Rn D. W. MOMILLAV. M. D.,
n.rins,." i. accepted .urin :.. :ip(;-,.r in an ta.:a Presidert
i-)Fte of our nmaRazii.. I'."-i:et: Ai; I-E ti!,' E. F. BRUCB, M D.,
up.,n uhlicationo. I ourl tru:.. Secretary. 5mt
I.-'T.>iR *.F ---
"W~i-." be askeAd. "w'x!i:t does this
pr,.ve?"
*You are stupid." she rtt.i-rtedd ptn i I
lantly. "It proves that I L.itv tart'cd
iout on! a iou-y mllking car.''r ald that
I will mak.te vig.lr'oll use of ioLy tatleut
hernfter in te,,d of hidin- i ,und, .


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TrHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 2. 1900.


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SAUCE
The Original

WORCESTERSHIRE


Beware of Imitations
John Duncan's Sons, Agents. New York

In ('nIgrc&%..
WA -.itNO;TTo. F'di. 2 -Ihf- Way
.nrd una"ti-iccmnrnittetl ha" agr.~ed to
th-' bill to' Ti tke tli. ('Ut:- ''on Poito
Rien w~o,pd-A 2.-iper Cent. S,-,..ttcvr Al-
,*.:i lntr4.duti(4d a ro-..ulutiuii cilliug
I u tsia i) f i
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4W-acopuijrwculn with N e w York
t k


A Thontoimid T ngnes
T4I .& n'i -xprc-s tI P r~q.t iirf ( tf
jt Ei-i Ptir i i r. cif 112-5 Ho4)w#ar d
r.~1 :,a:Br.Ku. ,;*oN.-w I)-c.'v-

(-Ui--ed ier tof a lncking ~cilugilthat1
f,,r iii.tny v ha:A-.t.-ul n-e lift, a bur-
Ail-t Oi .t.erit-niti-dle't and dc'c-
tot c"I u ii i e her no help, hut sh~e
n~iv% tat thi- It-oval C-ur.---it soon rs-
uice1tik pain i ,n mxy chest anid I
Call H1o sii loj undid !Moin-th ing cI
(-ani Kc('8-* 1v ratiuieben doing beforp.

:1 rdiI~I~Otw~ UnIivera~o.'' -So will
t-vo.-ry cmorarwhoi trietii Dr. King'A Nuw
yi ~ci. for aniy trouhllu of the-
Ti. rwait. c he-t or JLuiig!,. Pric.- Wf.1.
m'isd $1 40). Trial bottlt-i fre-e at W.
A. I) A l-mbot-o'-,IDrug MStore; every


i.vn pelt orf Wi aitIher.
The n-iltr i of high iroineter arr--
r -;,r- !]*i- drif-.d ito the SouthI Atl;.ti
tit co i-t. accompaniiid by cluar
ak. free,-.'i g tt nitperature, andti
I-A.1vy fro,-. -utliA>-rd to Petiisaco4la
Sanll J-wtk- viiVill.
I' t" tirian-t* r ha- fall :i and it i-
' I' i ti.all w;armital i the di-trij t-
w.,-t of tihe M isi- -i: :,- river.
N1tiii,. tN-lair-!itttl:' ran-e from:r
2 .1- r- :** v z--r.. t St. P l nti(ld
Mtnin. t,-. to .,-A ddr. e tit Ke \
It ~ ill rrow w.trml-r with ii4'ers,-


i~litn i cul(c-.1 111 t i., viq-1mjjn'a too-

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('ton Brimi-.-. BuA-kIt-;i -tAr-

V6 IIill 0 "l ti t-ill a l i ri.Tm-11'ptl-t' oa
I icr-, H'iIs -eloons, Corrtir. talt ,-kjii
Fliipmi- IS. -st Pilet.cure tillear-thi.
(aiix 2.5 Ccit- ialbox. ( 'uire guarati-


R- r-1.. '1el. I )AnJiiihntt'.

rz1''-av-4A Itir(ll~'A Y
IDi ibi tat'. I n-.uraniteva. Itn
l'c-nac'al 1-ianidis-i-lttimg Sti

TMI IO.

N-T 'I -~ I K1,aI Id 1*.t II k'-t I-c't. 174 1, )In
Sa I I I jti -: i-.it atIt1 0 d -I rctui


4:. i.~ t .vi n tit is '! i---t, 4 ralo'li% co
::. i 'A..t I .1 iit -*i-.-t 4 ruainiaas 3-g.

N E.1:2 '-t (3,'sden -n "iet. 5 4rtoin~inh,
It a, irna~l.. let --'i-agiig 'le-=ir'-dei cllat our
flc ti-1w*- uti 'utift our 1-, t '.i'u.
(,- -h -nti-tl .lig in alllin -*- taf tho
c W .~ eam. i it-aIi(ustrtc'r5fur Utramginin i
R eal EI--ale. %titt havoc on our iaotk- %fevoiral
I,.;d*V t-.irshl.- oni-'- iin lie twt.t part s of the
.-Av. We miatbiretorc-.ent 103 flriat-kias% F-ire'
-I-i ;iuatw4'-.ctinpanIc-s. and NasA p'av- ,-our
I n- t rx OIkc I tlj 11,0- u rau~et of preni pt pay-
F-.t 'itat-r ufo''iaatiin. writo to orcarll'i
u3Pt 01 Tat SA WATaSoN &4 0..
L0a'dins t1:-afl i-btatoe aud iGnthl ligto.


Robert ltephens. Z L Nabers and W.
T. Hand, with a capital stock of 140,-
000 The new company has purchased
valuable mineral lands in northern
Biount county and will open extensive
mmnes at once to which the Louisville
and Nashviiie will build a branch line.
The total expenditures will exoeed
$100,000. ____ ___
North Stat.'s Slxth 31ill.
RALI-IOH. Feb. 1.-The state has
granted a oharter to the Arlington cot-
ton mill at Gastonia, capital 130,000,
stockho'ders G. W. Rc.gan, L. L Jenk-
ins, (_. E Adanms, J. D Moore and A.
A McLean. Tue muli is authorized to
mik- yarn, rope and cloth; to dye,
bleach, print and finish, to gin cotton
and to make cotton oil. This is the
sixth mill chartered this year.
Turned to l).-'th Is a (Car.
Bo o 'Vi.I. Miss., Feb. l.-W. T.
Ethbridge, an old and well known rail-
roa~ man, was burned to death here
lai.r ntght in his boarding oar. He was
f(r *man of a gang now laying steel
near this place. Tue origin of the fire
is nsiertain and it is not known
whether he was suffocated or murdered.
He was a resident of Jackson, Tean..
where he leaves a family
PI'hipt hI Now V-ry Weak.
Naw HAVEN, Feb 1.-The condition
of Edward J. Pi'elps. ex minister to
England, is unchanged today. His at-
tending physician says that the pneu-
monia hbas disappeared entirely and that
no danger is anticipated from that
source But the severe illness has left
Mr Phelps very weak and has condition
is considered most critical.
(i.nadtcn .M..rch-Ant Kickig.
GADIrn-K. Ala, Feb l.-The Gadsden
merchants and cotton men claim to have
been done a great injustice by the rail.
roads pooling on charges for handling
cotton. Vigorous kicking has been done
and may result in the railroads making
proper amends in the future.
Britons C ('aptur Prleska.
CAPE Towx. Feb. 1.-A British force
with artillery is reported to have ocu-
pied Prieska and is now encamped there.
Prieska is on the Orange river. 10
miles below Orange River station, ad
west of Kian irley.
l',:r Stho I Suipurintendleti
To the \ noterA of F-'caitlila Cou4inty:
I lih-retiv announce nivelf a caniliate. fo
Rulperintnrli-nt t' t'utl I l n.istrttiion fo
I E-'t-ihti county and ah k tie suppjrtof m:
frl'-ilnd aud vo ri g'niorallyv.
tf C. J. BrLi..


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HEN A WOMAN
LL I U 1 L w ..sh likes to kuov
M; all -he wi hies ui
great is:tisfaction ti
vl-it a half dozen stores to complete yorT purcha-ei. W
Ican b -isired in Dry G(.od1 and you will tfid Our Dei


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T'EI WEE


One Case of 100 Dozen Children's and

Hose, good value, 5c pai


SrTARTO- OTTI7OBU'Y,
w where hie can secu e
itler one r< if. Th 1 re i-a a
iat you do not need tj
e LA,:iv everything that
partminu:-, St eked with







Misses' Ribbed

fr.
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prill6: $1.61, $1, 75r, 69c ; 26c


FIVE NIGHTS!


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wOODWARD-0

'V ARRENI 001


A 1 Ii ii" I- AN 4 -I' A,",-,,


MIARITIME@
A I-RI VED AT 4L7 -RANTITZK.
%or bk Lady t3Iadvit. 12-N. Jacobsfen. Lon-
don to i'eusacols Lutuber Co

Rr sch Delta. 9?%7. *tmanIt by -1, (0 for
Po..i t -if $psin. Trwinidd. with 24-5 iAki s ft
mumber, valued at StoiWl
It WE Iabide. -3.-U. chiaffino. by Baars. Dun-
wiod'i- v(tsfior v(i~.i'e. c'hoi. I i &ity ti: i
li~'74ift luniher. 417.;;.4%,s ft tiviber. vitiued


Hir o. Hoiddam. Fi eliniin. enoa
A m ii Lt Arch at C Wu.0a riierixivi:. N,.--
Yo)rk
8' bs:Il ieta~f. bifliti.U.Port of 6pamn
4? QUAkAPATTWK
Er himi Al ac% Hrati- t'iis. I 1amiioid.
H avania. to Rixi M 1- dpitix~ot
hu --I~p Cuc'i ii i -. 17! *1. Pu rcl'run. Wt st
Ilurtlepoul. to W 1L Wit LiCb &.Vu



qT3AX' !-I i%
1Hr Atliar. i S ii I l ti~.i to u If Tran'cIt


CENTRAL ROAb A WINNER. NA VALTORM MARKET.
8uprme C E ionton Folk. N ur. A. M. Moms A Cu.
ATI.ANTA, Feb. L.-The suit of the os.
W .H............8 6 H ............ i
state o' Georgia against the Central w ....... ... ....................
railroad, in w aoh the latter was ......... ......- ..........-- ......-
leged to be in violation of paragraph 4, K .. ........ 10 D ........... Ia
..ction 2, article 4 of t.e constitution 8R i.... re T IP1-M e nt
of the state. has beeu finally determined
tasl decision handed down by tWe an- Comfortable mattresses,
prewe court.; pillOWS, etc., to go with your
Under the opinion of the court of ap- nnll furniture. You can
peals., which sustains the decision of buy the whole outfit from.
Judge Hart of tue Ocmulgee circuit the Marston, Finch.
Central rallroa, is not guilty of lessen. -
aug or attempting to lessee competition
in the sense of the oonstitut.on, and the' 3 ,', -_
Purchase of the Middle Georgia and At. ....A D-. cva.ing nt for
lantic railroad and the Eaitoton brainc ne-w ar.ieve which seil readily and
rai.road at Eatonton is bhld to be legal witli larg- profits. all niorninioi aftt.r
and the operation of these two roads by o'c ck at Library 1111ll aidl tiive.tilf'e.
the Central cannot be enjoined. t
The iuts against tne entrai was ina- -n.'- A. II-.
gurated by the citizens of Eatonton, ..-- ...----------
Ga., who claimed that the Oesaral by oltS Ail.E-Two six-foot sho1w a- W- with
the purchase of the Middle Georgia and F stand-. Apniy at nom :, F.:-hr ,.ithil-
Atlantie, had materially injured the inii. p-IthlrS, touthii alahfox trect. .'fit*
business prospects of the town by de. -
stroyiug whatever competition had ever V
existed there. OPERA HOUSE.

TRAINMASTER FORD QUITS.
He Becomes uperlatrudent on the 3E "t MQlDA, '4B. 1
Plant systm*. 11TIXO E0Y I1' 9 *
EIRMINOHAM. Ala., Feb. l.-H. A. ---
Ford, trainamater of the Kansas City, o;ilginal and Only Productioni of thle(iorge-
Memphis and Birmingham railroad, ,ha o Fairy spectacular Extravaganza.
tendered his resignation to take effect J
today. JACK AND THE
Mr. Ford will accept the position of
superintendent on the Plant system at
Gainesville, Fla., made vacant by the B
appointment of Superintendent Den.
ham as general superintendent to soc-
oe*d Bradford Dunham. ItlFDl I) 4 AST
It is not yet known who will succeed
Mr. Ford as trainmaster of the Kansasi Cxort-L orf ifty !
City road, but she names of J. J. Con. ,Ii t X-i xi v Pi!"|P.Kl I 1itV.P~ prnlli "os'
nelly. yardmaster ia this city, and W. w.tai 'ito wealth of %l-.-:, dni Et--,t
B. Leonard, a well known con-Juotoron which hbraiti.-te'!Zrid iite llucc li-
the line, are mentioned in tais connec- ";I. Ihen%.'
tion.
------ Inor .t *k, Vi tr,.s Mary. little Ml-.
Will Op-rate learg- Milaes. ~ 'li-t. Miiinbil, i g i oi M" th- r
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Fib. L The : IJ t L Ma-. Thee Ue l Frt.i,. "iTler Ittu-
South MountainL Uoal and Coke cornm. i fll BlaclLkbiid,.FniiiuPu ''dtt U-ar idNv-
pany has been incorptorAted here by t ..... -. --- --


1 $illia.,m loljoM&6 A on.





Spring Opening *


O Of Our New Lines Bo\s' Shirt \Vaists

of Gent's Negligee and Shirts. Celebrat-

Shirts.- .- ed "Griffon Brand."

Full Li I f Styl,-v w irh int l v:l !,. ti ('. liar-; ('Color-t (I iia ran-
'* *i by t:, .i;,k is, t -I' Pri,, ly l. andrit .


SEseci.il Attc.lo H Is railed to Br ice ot Boys' ac YTotlhs' Gols.

-S-=LADIES' WAISTS.- p
Thi- ,rticl. o4f F iini 1 >,. w 'ii 4 'vili t 'j.| ;,,r as **'ver. Our
pU I :a h1 v i--t-1 lar., .. -' I .it ll ui ti t lop
S*' %. i. S li.. i? .. 7

Having Finished Stock Taking we find our-
S. selves over stocked on some goods and
.pr~ipcJc .o u.'..:aCt. this week.


SPEIA LS.

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Sl ain I llie Tait 'l' i;ia, -'.' ,' ,. .i'-',, '[ .. ..' i5 )
Sbholtw of any J k t .t i f ....
mli.' i Y itrdt H il i ,a r..v l t '.- i: r a, Il Attd
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HEa TING STOVES,


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PENSA()OLA.


D.nnhei.ser Bro.,

AGENTS.

A' So01dby I, PF ry an'i Wim Yatcs.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.---R

Prompt Delivery and Sat-,faction
Guaranteed.

Dannheiss r Bros,


PlIone No. 11G.


P. (. Box 2,l


Railroad Extoihngp. Phoroe 26iS.


COFFEE!


COFFEE!.'


I wish the general public
to know that I have as cown-
plete a coffee roasting plant
as there is in the state Cool-
er, Stove, Separater. Chaff'
:Blow, r, all combined, and
that I am prepared to fur-
L 7 T -1 7 P -I. 1 7


Nfr-a. J. K. Miller. N'Pwtasn Harni-


h~ ~ ~~I eulr-'r. i. l i a it-i ii(I.

I'htrwalry. John tShep~ird. S. Kahin.

J. 1. Mt'pphpnq has a largA aqsort-
menzt of S, idI Mterlir~g Siver and
Rogs-r' Knives, Forks and Sp..ons


~ NI-TI' E thofa[hei. %(nr ta
Iftdy 4, ;vi 3 w Ii I he rv.Jpf i- I e
fv r dclii c,.ractruet ty towi
ert,-' of bald ve'svl.
Cn-C. $JAI("Ip4RN.
Ee~a~ia UitC ( apta' n.

N 'frriti-it th catitai'm. twn.
~ er~ii'.r cn-Ini-es of tbA I :atI-
ii hk BHersha4Itev .*will t),-r. -
v.'- .f r ce ~fl ~~~I
by ',he crew of said ve-s. I


jiars, I lunxk'l1o Co
q :-iges


C4a-liA.
CA MIIT


mm

MAIS WHIIAKER

DEMONSTRATOR FOR THE


AmBI m 9 M


COOK ING STOVES


PLL PRICES.


!Uilliam 3ol!!+o1 & .


TIiL}; TABLE.

T OUIRVILLE AND NAt HVILLE RAILROAD.
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PRIZ M E0i4 0>111 AND G Nd BALL


e Thursday, Feb.


8.X$


The Regular Monthly Drill of the Chipley
Light Infantry wi!l be held in their Armory
Thursday Evening, February 8, to be followed
by a Grand Ball A Special Train will be run
for the convenience of patrons along the Dum-
my line.


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Hr-%M r~ova, t ivth, to B) asa,'. Piii-
itr rliarl im.otr, 1'13, Bt,-. !o H-aar-, lDuin-
wi (IV & ('
A u-t JennyflV.ii'. Puit ~ci. cid for Tries?..
I-ptn ILeontora.I.1-' ,vt'iit ir.7si, to Gulf
rrina I t 4 0
Nor Nordpol. i%4e'(. Stoltzl. to StLwr!',1 'tin-
W(,(Iy & 4Vii
bi lit&g. 1;0:.. Bruce, to Uti~ll Transit Co
k II'
It Avon. 1601. Schta~lInn, to Ittssatco rov
H-um Barrowdale. I11Y7, Pat tersen. to 11
H Botaer
Nor NMorma. 1r,1I. K rale.. to order
I t Va i jI ou, .io,011. )iv ar It o Iosssc.o B rwi

Nor Ast'aluan. al.-).GultrariniN-1n, to 9 S l.Co
It U m A ut u bIr v '::,F Ia nd t-r, to otInle r
It A 5ot-tm o 'irrizatio. Iti'"_, Towiran
FItii nia' to o-rder
It Avvtai nae C. 772. Hra~izie. to ltaar-. Dun-
wt (IV & 4'o
it M -uh alMvre. 7-Q, Hpt~icarsna to
it o r,agl i.-rfoo, iiil Cot a. to BHanr', Dim
W.Ay & Co 4
%(P:- i pnric ibs4en. tC9, tiabrilelsen. to order
ltui II i 11, 74, K ar ibial. tw iiitier
N Nur Ili4-it 1103,4 b-eu. ild for Hu'-iioq Ayr..c
Ic Itwo. ;34 ..hiafflnui, edOfor sL Yituivec-
A-hift. 1TIldv
Nor K..1y. 432. Froidrekson, to P~aurs. Iun-
wuily A to
No,,lrLrei. -r. zrseni.to W 13
K -y-%e-r &,
.Nfr Ii pht-l in. 1!2-,. i-ed-t i-n. to Pc'nsaccol
Lbr 4o
ItIl'ro-.perl~ino. 1', Do. s-pto A' 1, Wit-
t telli & Coi
Ntor Rubtaia e4 Italisen. to I'rliaco!tt
Lumbeiir C,,
N' mer lIie ~.II&i~to tO i-rc1~
(..mr-ujvurvus, .-"71. Lil.ttia. ia tlutrb. Dun-
I t Aar& t all no. 6.4-, Aiig li, to HaamIDun-
WAPOiY r 40

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I HI' DAILY NEWS: IhNNAUOLA. FLOKIDA. FRIDAY A140 tK. 1t ,.. FEBRUARY


tana. rnamlU and wasplike. was urging
Wilson in strong terms to change his
opinion. ".S'4' here." thundered Wil-
son. who. thiurlh very snall. had a
i t'v o Hie a li*,'i. "I'm Fnj nator ridl1en
enough f: in mmy ow'n -'.;W,'. and I'll not
u llov. tir.t.?' r ei:;'< r ?- g'* t IIf Teo) of
i n ,, '' i ti 't, : I .a*n I, E and
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ITCHINC HUMORS
So~ime. wallirdtotinwls gtauttv te3 seved a"d
ty UM4lb bmLata tswith CCe-mcAA
'to q*WWaihe be kin, pmtUe app1*Ucns
eCCtiguN&AI a intatevntto heal lte Skin. and
omi4 &.uea"of ti* It.v; KA LLsuL'or. to c-0u61
a"d evatae the Il,..c 1.
Ger,&up&, &eiefts. "durft(wae U&u 4...r.:,.





Sicnatcle's Power Vastly Greater
Than Representative's.

I'IUAI.1ILSI 'IN %M'LI. FUNCTIONS.

i'has Dcerceres"to the memberseof
teLb. Pp~u' House Gftlls the K01111e-
sentative *Iecking Leglslatlemt.
rsiceeote of J. L. Wilso..

Rppniwnsl~vp n tll,.V,-*- r house (f
tion. ttw wsix.a:, Ieagp mviia.i %ip Stz
tlerom-ry miii olh. r i it"nur-ex that
tnuprxatsru% of t hi- %tIcit. air'lt- i.Buht
there ta. iie611113-0.% eud. in t~e'two pu

Labowlt1edge'! P P i.. the-s ~
ave fiven tbl. l~lof a ai:l(I
partrli~ek11tu and thsjii.tIeii I iin n so
eial tunetl'.ns;4 :iIfle4 Eeffiet-( grsani
more tiulfl..Ill "'ac i;*,1"A th l .iit-0 lF I'rt
take great 181j% 1z.0 ~l'i.a sm
WherP t]4ey VVali n1ua1.0I n.rj*j

muntieas .foar thi:i; 'I le'rs- it otied vIN

" h-utir' awl Xr'''i T r-,)r ~--lzjjA~iv# I'lil,:

tb. tbI~tkiN I eI.-,-,i413 it .,inn.'c ti rti
natie if ho. iA ro-tiunio"I a hiril 4,-zf.killti.
tItini. I'h'll-- 11SN-0*t. ha is Iifr'. hill
euv- lbocatuso l%' ihaetip'1. -'1.1)1 jliwtv.r. A
1-tirem-t'zattolI ve,4'.-voa f J-4i.'d ley- a dciz

oir lie pit-vee-fit a i ni* -iefn 0..1 'wu .
IRK .% %sZjjlte Ke-titiar earn~tl% a~iiuaa

n~ut dq-f#-at. ii


oicta.dents eat(erne- man riwor
1tI'm% one uwaall lmuvv'r is exhihl t lI-ll h
the elqcqiug lit,-. 4)f a ,m~rs.wiI"IJ
thle Sbt4el)b WI I Il piroii-i-at itiio if43
Ma: s-I: andl all I,,gtslat iou wit li3a'-wI
and signed fail" At tL#- clus." 4i! th
Wi.t congn'es SAnuair Waurren of N%'
oumtricwan able'to hl)I'c up lt ee nlvi-Or
and lest n-I w 1011 l tnTH I2 (i4'l,;wk 4 cO th.
inorwhig of Mani-ch4 audl could 1have-
dpf4-ate-,l it hainl ie 'ti4t-11 ie.-"I'eto tlit'
joiirmonali solicitatiou of senatorr; lct v
Ing ajcjii-ipriat tout In the bill1.
Frwndfld of Adljutant (iienet-al C.orl-In
wtuated hips i.lee atdiatneed to the' rank
of major gvneral azad tried to) gdt 311
atnendniaent to thait effeet ult' iiteii
artily bill that pasted late in theac S-
61anloui it the singI" Olohio. 114-u mtil l d
t'-i-mln.-d tstaud 4of Sountl it' 1'.t' dSof
.4 alts tija pyioisv-..-i the,' a wu''udin.t:
front beiug adli;iote'1 'Talw .111l'0Ul41
blavet' been defetiiilte ud an #at-%traoti-w,
*;ion forrosd toy 0oil(-umflflSc'nitors-
(;orimahti and 4 'Ctmkiell att he qstt je' tirne
practinehly dictat.-'t to the' lit.mJoibrl.
what the" 1.11 liotuoild contain tii-ftcr.
they would allow it to ;-s4tAa
Senator Rutlefr of North Caiirolinta
alue ,and unaided. pe*'tt. iio(Nofl
briratioultof4)(I~niil'iiu 4; f'*'.art a-
U nitedl Stitte-cmd,-trjt judge toy -.4 i.!'
talkiu-g ape intit tiuj#"
it Mele "Thetin t-d
There are a great ui:.Azi v r*,pre-seuta
tires to whoum Ii'%iel-f 10"-I'e o hell
torsiIs vtryir galizng Itr thou]-~I ea
wenry a ipen told t t Iat '-'iwe prolkwvititori
wbildti they pi'e'i-.nt ;t n doile [:rtrinet S-t:
matmti~avlory awlionjit-'r. inuillift ili4'
-waill conl ral*-ltiDone.4 ur xsenfl tielts 4
Indtorw 'it ac-elllout It tljr'.tmili -.Johan
11- Wilotean when a re'pi ee.'ntative frgiru
Washlucton. 'chafed uiuaclet thiq eon-
eitaut n,-ferel-c'e of all rei-quelitts to the
Oenatom. 141ie' Itwo it..pl roillarua i4
and au early ftws-nd of l',-esid.-ol Ilat-
ripen, he 1tlaoutgit 5-OTiua itte l ..'iviti'!.oa
tion should he umbouri hiint 'SIr- ii.-
Ident." he said 40-14~n- 411Y.A ilot'til- 11.i
t4D get Just 'Ine-little .:a l .11I' l n
one' little appus'(vnrr.-tit it thaow i 4.o inth
atounttnd fi..5Ilt- a.'uait -r- fr. 'uii it!%'

*'1- 1-0 $,-1nn.' lire-ak erii'.-0 "millI I I.
t% %s I lh r e i tw l-l. 4 .1 1 -'iU' 1 4 -1 01 4 .0lo r


world balIt-tnaiad. li-rril.%n, Vrt ltt'e.'
te-ian teoloIti r ttj ',.I Ifb.-had ti.artil
I be-si It balt~it-rb."-.ltht uAl 11- ..alue. it '
a role unitstoo 1".16sn. 11 In tt,1-1i100. It!
fe.-flue %11%oor %% tloo. -aita P.agm ia&wt II.-
e4'eton P14v u Pan siew tor juet uof l--r


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5e-i~tCi .. *-i Ia L. ..:r:i t I..- r'jc-

di ff. J' i111 it itid-vw1 %t~ jI to lao ,woi-
and siniluik to Wet'- Iiviviv is -i.-us't imp-
War Msnaii rol 1, tit the Ia'cii'.e do
niot :t to 'Is --w'l !-ss'' :irjvi~ty 14)tot
.- ~ ~ r.ary -' t iv[i.*r~frotm 'dii-
'..t-d ae. l~ ft. ;,thi. t. o'.1 (f
***~~* u I !Ii lt'' 0 ; 4 -4.1tzittil et-tie
st-' a 'i -i 1!'.' re'



nt f~ior!: i Iv:y--:ir' .ilil%.. andb
rail to a:ir4N- aiuil tb-t. I3ty wiiw: %%ag ithi
50Ul.t f lwem 4011II


HIS REMAINS TAKEN EAST.
Lawtonl' ely E arouito to Washlmg-
tun ona p celi l'rane.
SAI Fa.AN~rcco. Feb. 1.-Tne remains
of Major General Lawton, Major John
A. Logan and Dr. John L Armstrong
were taken east on a special train which
left this oity at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Four troops of cavalry and a repre ea-
tative from the Odd Fellows, of which
General Law ton was sa honored mem-
ber. make up the escort.
Mrs. L .wton, her four children. Ma-
jor Logan's and Dr. Armstrong's rela-
tiveo. generall ahafter and others ac-
company the remains.
General Lawton's remains will lie in
state one day each at F,,rt Wa- no a-d
at Indianapolis and w.;i then be taken
directly to Wahington for burial in the
national cero aerr at Arlington.
W -batugteu wiui probab y be reached
on Tluroed.r- n-xt and the public fu
u-ral under the direction or f general
Weslev Me-rltt will take pipce on the
foliowiun dar.
S1 m16-s i y I'.Pq K minucklans.
CoLU-x 4, S. C.. Feb 1 -The condi.
tiona in K.-unucky have aroused the
tvmpathv of tie people o' this state.
Ti.e i.egis ature ia-t night uranimously
adopted a reolution expression its aor-
row and regret at the attemptedd aesas-
a:naion of lion. William Goebel gov-
ern )r elect of Keu'ucly, and tenderingt
the stmpathy o: the state to the easier
state. Kentucky. and the party which
Gloebel hba headed in the interests of
home rule and good government.


"and CATARRH
ClAMATI '
Nothing but a
-han e of climate .
iAl cure
CATARRH i ,
Ibe i#p.cafic is
Ely's CrIteam B1i
It l quickly Ab-
-torbtd. t.ives r n el ef
at o,",e. O pOnh and T |l HEAD
C-A19ii401 iit, N,- AICOLD 1% HEAD
Pat-agea. Allays I,.flammation. Heals aud
Protects tbhe Membrane. Restores the
P4Sntes of Taxit and M'noII. No M-r,-u-
ry. No Injurious drug. Itetnlar iz+*. ~e.:
Fatm ly MHza, 51.40at Drug.tt-r-- ,ir tv- mall.
ElY KIO1I1I-Alt
M A arre t Street. Ntw York.
THE (OYSTTl 'SEASON.
I'be oytter in ha bedi of oore.
Waked with a start from his sumniner
Opened his shell, and Pd'l. with a yawn.
* I f(ar that our season of saft-ty in got"I.
For my pleasant dreams were dimtuiit-d by
the Jar
That is always caused by the letter R.
And I know by the keel of that hideous
sloop
rhat someof us shortly will ho in the soup!"
And so they will for the 4)loopwasi
filled with the finest and fattest.
I'hi soloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and the-e choice oyc-ter, are
now ft r sale. dione or raw, ready to
chaw. at his rest:iuraUt. You cat
ret then by the plate, dozen, hull-
dred, barrel, dray load. wagon load
or car load. Owmni to the ru-h of
hu-infiss thlie rsrvingof regular r meals
will be discontinued after this week,
but speciall orders will be served at
any hour of the day or night.

Elegant bed room sets. or
cheap ones, whichever you
want, at Marston Finch 's.

Madam Atelier's

1Magic Youth.

THE MOST PERF-.0T COMPLEXION
BEAUTIFER IN EXISTENCE
A. O1.t r-.I.Y HARMI..EN4
lrnti,' l m o 0ot gtche I an ll bl l .- I,' l-.. gi. -
ti U6P
I' i.t 7A *V** 0bi l tle.
W. T. OW VW rf CO


Thte ps no 'b-rtter me-dlesta for tMe-
h'bim than (hambwrialm's toirt)V!' 4-' A
Wmeesdy.- It- pieaaact taa:* ajtad
l'r4ltmpt and .1'-. u'tl r~lt- --t'.1 -
m-w aorltr VPai~i I wiv-r mand -n~iti; 1
e .~tdrsu 0(pit.'kiW ur.-- I~


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IF0ll 11 "r.
SnM FOKr'ABLE furnished rooni in pri-
vate family. uittah;, for Ittist hoiue-
k~epliti. AppIl 5i'l Iatt. Overtini-'it Mt
r-,,r. Florida tilanca. Ijtin

I )ANt'INU At'.AIEMYV-Tlhe .Mtsges ikin
li have optiend their dancing atad.rint
at Library hial'. 4 children's cla-s-s every
W. dne-sray and Saturday at 8:.'O p. itn.
Night l r.deai a-'ridapy at 7 p in. "jtf
W A Nt' k I)
' ANTD-I)-A sailing schooner. 40 to A',
Sftet long ou deck. N. B. C oK. :-"jtf
i' ANTED-Employment for all or part
t of each day. a 8 stenograpiier nd foi
g-uneral office work jlaw offlec pirmferred .
by ac mpetent younial ady y hio ilti not
* xpect large pay. Address C. L. M. itart-
N tWe arm) tif
W ANT-D-All kind of empty q.;a'
V wbiaky bottles a. A. FarKatI,
novrtt
A NTrEb--)I1o hter botlt ie at IlannLelts
Yuier Bros. ryftf


'ANIr El- trt gi.ntleDau N miatder. At
W 311 1 k. t hase .tr,.'t. If If

MAtI\I" K l.N-M. LIA NM:Il.
S1i ll .a lt lt'iu ,tl str-'tI. Tr eac. --
lit.- .-,aen',o anilt art F tll I oirrtt S, t i !
,.-.tnllIients If t h' ,lr A fre- trealtnit.'nt
tor paini aind ftefi r e t ..ttl,-fr iJ l mu*
wV 1s 2,1 > 1 > 1 ( ri l l : ^ !l .v 'i .
I .\ J I T r. ve.l a t.ic.- I .
I w- L.'. pr.-..-,,t fr.-n 1r / ,..It & (' .
a Ia I ti. 1 t tli .t t It Li I at .- m t~'t *, .'-r.
t re- L (tf

ii A\ ; e. .. r.-d it -ate f r tti-
S r, ll. l .L.* i. k W a: Pl %: "% %t ,k 1 atIm
., pi. pa r>-d t.,o r.-". i r '- F -**' t sh >rt
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Eleeteo-fagnetie




'UMATISM, LEVYU U
AIN8.


Young 8Girls

How my Kb for young

h bdothe 6"dedine,"I
t~tZ_, m ls, become
paerand palr and can
hwodyda ,S U wghtheday.
T'ey mon the seadycdown.
wwd Come. bkiadoes them
no good; strydmidne and bit-
ters alltaiL They ed a food
that will notwbh them better,
and a medicine that will cor-
rec thelWrdhemse

Scoff's Emulsion
bs both of thm, degu~ldy an per.
~~lite CQd.Uve
01maesth loodrider, and
thlsglwsbetkrmortfe BUZhce
n&od a sac a strng tonic to the
rmvaw..Soon the Wdgm hWWWM
the dfigeston bImprve and health

At all drugfrias; goc. and S voo
SCOTT & OWNE. Chtnmhm, New York.


SPEOI4L NOTICES.





W41 ')TI R -T It4%E D -If we lhiti" co'wiw, iII
it~ ft-% rted Cp 'ts on ltuick. lira III),il~o
hotth 1141.. ti h whit.'11u211. calf two
iiliiIr hs to, 0 cti. pt c. Corner. i f- i

N I\ 21Ti'L, I'AN A ppr V to A. A .. Fi!6!-.r.
i -iler Humidinie,Paiafoz .mr---t. pit f
asnafl negotleted, 6 to 8 per cent
BinkleV & Daniell. n, l~zf
O (AKM AT T.(,VFST R4T14 4)14'IN-
1 F-: I~tKSr C 4 AA Yi UP, 4)1-
iA P% E; 01; V iARrIE i-'.8 i .NIN~ (36"W)
~LC ,IT I-Fce4 14Y ALTI1I'Itii 4,N VW 'L-
*I _%M I I hH KR. ?.%A' 2 64 1UI ifPALI-A IOX
'1R.F r.
l*YOI*V ~rTie BI)IM -. 4 NlENIY
r.i 4Lrav(t *oft tlzI-.' ly r r-
tat. 4 i-I. 1 Ijroipti-l of an ii% (rpli!.ta
reil Isv i'htit"Ct1 or (iur iX'~~ a d d ist ..to
C It 00 i4 add res- l'io'.. c. W t i i &t -)..&
R.e, I l-.tatosatid I insu rance t Vht4 kis-na
'Alli IIUv, I lt horn k)IIUP, %%" %IIIWild~ tt'i.'
mat jt whIOU to bUIl S out-'. Witil- I


1' iijLtd~. 1!i -et froi 11 lActitorli .- t I..%-~
.-t flciio'y prxce'4. W 1IIto for t-aiisOt.,-
mii-tileo c Tregdes Ageticy. Jackscin' Iv.
Fla. 5 i

4 t)i OR AALEF-f Le 211-ol." ('Irap:a ritua'-L-t
ws tor I -mit Wa: to:lied. A p;.i ti t 3 i'-
N irtb Baret'&uta bt re.*t.2I' -1W
F eR MA LE-Havnmg 0*'mter-d tinto'Iatht-I

11 u..imeb..r-q uiring y ntitre umu.'. wi!4
sell my farmn at hrq-iats taL ion. %% li toi'
Wittoi)ll%tiw(k. Altlly ua. onct'. At a har-
atain a I casaor u-14~s1 ti'S "L L m in t le. t. L
iutninoor, general dttliver. rv Fensme-m'a.
F o-tSA .%1,-Fiftven Ua7reit) %w.1-r ut)-
Furti,, ft 'iiin og Bayou Ihice. (tiCantb"
soCldtm0 terma ~ (l. and t a& Phtargamt. Tno%..
C. W.u'oolso A. Co. dill?
(lit r ALk-A cii-Iee pit-ct' of b l~iU-It,,
57 property ti Vl aia.x st r--et. c4iiti nititl
:Ire stoir-~ all rt-nted. othets on tt e ot,
floo)r. A4, a`re (ppiprtumity fur huveistment~t.
Fisher kte-hl K..ru~eAgeacv. Z.t f
I il,,54 SLF-The nmoz-t dsirahle It-toIII


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CONTUSIONS.
am~ i- h I It fluuntd oud Itue'. of t I. rt 1.) I
lntetrinldly 1itwill r-Muit!vc.,'nirc-l raru;..
( ~waiid all kiiidoe-iKt l.1
fi usi bflds n not c iu;plet~oe wtLt~ut a
ht; Ait- 0 1this great rtimedt,

W. T (GREEN & (0. lr..tm

-4 v st )I4L I..0. VlI *itiiil

flcjw G .F-sb 1.-rhep urhrlt,.es
have !e.:eIr( noc 1"Au~'~yV~
CiLatl-I.)1121A mht~ v. aLd L~r. lI.o'-,erit
iCzt bas inuirneneed work Tzirm lot
tio suia~irox h- r, but, t1,3 diqeaso et~t
to au a'aruaioiu .egree in AiabziuA GuC~v,
Rock haim. B~rwniabaxu amutt ctiir
points. and it to iearoea caomi may Le

brougus to this place


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Open Day and Night.


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l[ td-swed French ~ Kid Int ii'.
But-or, 2 J-,


worth 75c, now 50c
Hamnd-.-ewed Frenobh Kid InftItit
Button,
worth $100, now 75c.
ltLa d-?ewed Kid Spring i-l l;nitti ln
worth 756c, now 50?.
Ifaund-sewe-d Kid Spring Ht-l I;rt
toen.a- 11.
worth $1.E0, now $1 00.,
llaiiA-?.wed Kid Spritnei Hi-I 1-ai
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


lipi uinD, Din Button aii J ru-
Shtoes, 12-2.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Geuuine Vici Kid Hnt'ti, t ata i ']
Shoh-s. 1no-2,
worth $2.00, now $1.50.


Ladies' Depirtmeil.t


Kid Spr.ing Hel Button and L,1,-
Shoes, 3 8.
$1.00, $1.25, $1 50 $175 ar $2 00.
They are- worth I ti.more
Kid He-Il Button and La't.-. also
Cloth Top IlI Black atli T:mt.
from $100 to $350.


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and C( and I)D width-* tli.t i-' w v
we *ell thm So s c 'icp I 8 '


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PEZSACOLA
has a depth of 33 feet of
water in the channel at
the entrance to the har-
bor.


TF


DAILY


NEWS.


?E&COLA3 W OLORI I
i Ows, WasoWLas mws. ML a .3,3
Nmml SboraL Lnum. 3mq e *.sa~si
ber. Pbmeshaa.. cama. )lowmsvnam~i
Fi U lo. Tobss.o, im9ow


litY -'110e-' Noub. fol.
OL. s 040 1'4o heair.


;'ENSACOLA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 1900.


VOL. 29.-NO. 91.


For Sale.


I ,firct icqiy Iciv to
lh~er ic/ith/u'o-st"rqf /aild-
'I; jil ]I j.,r1L (q'l(new
'.pnied dgi~1rof.Filer
."/ i AhIi..!Eh/ in cry. Ca-
'If. th eltf.4-five to thirty
U i 1r, t /mr (lay.

-wcif1Jeout (o.J ianu-

i It i/t F.or ,itrticibt-

L EE 1).-1.17E LL.


N. J. SIMITZ,


frBA 4 1) CHIE BAKCR,
-i %P.1I i-If F'IiiAlI


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outh Ettyl n St..
I :.I 'ii- Ah i .-efor


a -d Ca es


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A Moier's
Bl is to we to it that her
c-nildren Degit early in
I U life to shampoo their
D o beads regularly once a
week. In each in-
stance, after the hair
7t tho.wulhly dry. ine mild. bealth-gtring
t.,n ,. ul I. anpiitl ti themalp to aid
natia-T iri rating the best proible growtth
f unif hrml coloni lu.trous, healthy hair-
tU r m writ ii.portit feature in the make-up
(f tauti:ful wo mn and handsome men.
lor wn(rv L l tiftt yr, thale

7 Sutherland Sisters'
Scalp Cleaner
haw- atrAl t the apex of all shampoo washes.
S hi!.. the ** HAIR GRowER a has t, -x equal-
Iv hbury'-i.ful in it efforts to return the
t-rjured sealp and almost lifeless hair to
their original bealthfulnaes.
soLD BY DRIooGITS.

W # ILUMER. Pe sacola. Flortjua

Don't buy an!/fhing in
furniture or house furnish-
infsT until ou hare seen
fMa r'ton 4 Finch's stock.
Their price. are low; their


TIesb, (ccda re all ttis ea~org's .,yipq


STHE MUKICALE STATE OF KENTUCKY
At theo First R.ptal, Church Friday
Es ning.
Th YounPopile Uiion of HAS TWO GOVERNORS
Fir,;t Baptist church will prese-it anH
entertaining program at t church Goebel Sworn In, Propped Up
Friday evening. There will be no
tick--ts sold, but a collection will be With Pillows.
taken up. Fidllwing is the )progr;:in
tI) be pre-etited: TAYLOR RETAINS CONTROL
1 member Mrv, l'al.acur
I, ,n. )reh'-t tra
3 l Kcitation. Tbe lse-AK-Id of IoItv.'n Democratic Mriub-rs of the L-gisla-
SMib,, ( ilga A'hi;e
I E.isLd -11ne. Ernnai inv,'lamre. Ver- ture Attempt to Hold a Session Its
dI MI-f m .v,.yn Mawile H-1it 1
56 la,., -.. o. La Harti- t.in 'p the Cap:to, but Are Denied Admis-
Sr u*.y luttlrh -1...r M leI t It l'+ y 8 *I.-Pe- e Conference Held.
6 Thou Art Narer M.- Margtreta. My*-r
S Helumllana. ;e Abra.T rz-iithl, accun- FRT, Feb -Willi
pamited by Mrs. Atyar.-z. FRANFORT, -., Feb -Willam
7 PIanuoshit..ltLatiuoniof tho Miic Rx. Goebel was, shortly before 9 o'clock
1. Mi4,t J s-n*,. '' "ovinctl n .
8 (Grand SecnejRoberto () tu eob. Ador-). last ni;ht, sworn in as governor of
Mryerj-er. i-s ld Pnauio. HS-nht- *W
'Me by Mi l.s v da HeIn i.s -i. Kentucky and J. O W. Beckham a few
Dlu.t for two Violans. 3;(t S':.mPihnile'i minutes later took the oth of lienten.
ltancli. Mi.s- ad -(1 sat c'lio slid
10 K ax l),'-i ,.'1 )o. Heart Wlin-per, le
Lacour, Mr. t. -P.inet-r, as8il.ted hy
tNIm IHe llle.
I1,l lo. (idod-hve. >Sv-et Day. Katte Van
fitl. M I V t ,rile 12 Soloh .,l'tetod, Miss % ,attre White-. ac
coilnpaiilto by Mr, Aivatrz.. e--E.
is I'.!IIU r)uet. Mli.s -10l*.- o'vi ugtoD'n and
Mr. aPh.rpont.
14 Re'!ttationon Missionlti
Master John t-.-.i ,j
1. Ielectiol [.i e it'. i


stock is cornplete, and they
Will se-lliyo what you want iiikI old tecrzt'iti
p un we-r- it not for Ct ier.Ii'
On l0"'d timne. PaitaBalm," w~itc--..Mr. NV i-. ~a
1.)'-tonHri.I i-nii ile, Pa. 1-I hva v#- b''-ei
affi-eted with rr~vUnI1;tti-;1m fw' several
ypL- It-,and h a'.% edt i eaIii-(II"d i t-S% ItUI -
C-ld Weather out number, bii PaJ, in Hitntx13 t~tp
Comlinlg. Serl I n yoc r Pu.io- pl~A iC. t(Ie rlil-lo-A t he- p ili
~ :"Iti 1'll 1j" I't'ln I-*'t'-"C it F-or -I-alobty Hsuinchi~ii 21 S. Pal
I- ri ft 'u 1)-k t !re1tV WetV11; bienIllahp1ifrag U' i4 1III
Ut -uii~*- I. -ii rat .fftl .rCu


T tompson. Olser 0C o.,
lxteal
Coal aud ood
Sifflce and Yard. I' ..irnier Zarraiuasa
and Ilt.a roadl stre :-.


WHO IS YOUR TAILOR?



1 .iii ., Dour'blj and Fdsh oaabl Suils

M&DE TO YOUR MAIASURE
;N lI:E MO."1 ~rYLI.-H AND ART[-TIC MANNER BY


N. WEILAND,


CINCINN TI 7:MERCHANT THTILOR.
No. 204 South Palafox Street. Fisher Building.

-- Business Suits, $12.00; Pants, $3.00 -4*



":JOHN PUJRDY," *

Foundry IVIachinc Shops,
( 4 NTK4 \Wf AKF, (oR.Jt JFFER-ON AND PINK TFETS,


ielephone 34,R.


Pensacola, Fla.


lj\ liF t-is. t'>4TING(i II'MHER TR('K-A. SMALL CHILLED
4I W Cel-, \V.Wood ad Iro a i'ull,-\ Hantigtrs. Hlox"e, Ete. Manu-
it, d t 0 dter in Fir-t-Ci z--l, W.'rknmaulike Manner at RI-soin-

Dialer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for

Stationarw a-'d Marinr Application


W .1 Wt uianev wea lhe'iive'r an Ad-irpe-s
Frhlay N glit
Mr 'V. J WlVil;ta-'s, a in,-:b,-r of
thie- gti-tnral ex,-cu :v', boarId of tI"-
lr ttli h.rhiiod ,-f (Carp etii rs in ii. l
J,'iiir-,of Amineric, will dc-liver ani
addr-,,rs at ain optp-i t-n -' i t h be.
h- 1.I at ('itter'- M h-i: i all Fr;diy
night, F.-b 2.J1. at 7 o'clock.
All labor orgatimztioins are lui- it: (
to atte-il.

*,. I-'tllar'N I tI1 mave (lby 'h;al mil r-
lailn's '',ugh It{Hel.dy.
Durini r thlf eary part *,f (),'tla.fr,
I*,1 I c-'intractte', a ba) 1 c')ld which
--tl. d on1III my luins '-i 4(t wa-' tieg-i
I. ct, d usati! I f, are-d that coiimu;til,-
tion hail. appeart-d in ant incipo'i .t
state. I was cstantly co'ighiVtg
and trying to exp-l something wtitil:
[ c-.uld not. I became alarini. it' :!
-fter givinir the-local doct-r a tri.l
b:)u'. z a bottle of (lChamiherlain's
Cotigh Remonedy amid th, r.--ilt was
liiilunediate iniiprove-iii-ment, aid I fte-i


SItLLIAM L. c(;i iE:L.
oat governor. ila ca,u was admin-
istered to both men by Chief Justioe
iLaxlerigg of the court of appeals.
The plan to make Goabel governor
was set ia motion emrly in the after.
noon. A statement was prepared say-
inug that the beards whioh had heard
the contests for governor and lieuten-
ant governor bad d-cidied In favor of
Goebei and kteckham; that the boards
intended to report their findiiigs to the
legislature, but tiuey had be.n prevented
from so d,,iug by the action of Governor
Taylor in declaring the legislature ad.
journed.
The statement then goes on to say
that the members of the legislature
were driven from place to place by toe
milltua and therestened with arrest
whenever they attempted to hu!d a
mee:ig. It was declared the belief of
all the signers of the statement that
Gouebel and Beckuam were the legaiily
eiec.ed governor and lieutenant gover-
nor and each man as Le signed the pa-
per announced that he voted for the
adoption of the nlajrily report of the
contest boards, which uiecilared Goebel
and Beckiiam to be the men right tuly
elected to the office.
bworu la by Harlerigg..


I h ,d uied three bottle-- my lmiiig- It was slow work obtaining the sig.
we-re re-tor-d to their hi iltby stat,'. natures of the members of the house
-B M. I EDWAR Publisher of I h '; and senate, and although the work was
Review. Wy;att. 111. For -ale by in progress all afternoon, it was not un-
Hannah Brs, 21 )! I iltaf->x -treet. til evening that the necessary number
of signatures had been obtained. As
TO THE; 'PURLIC. soon "a the last man actually needed
I have, ju-t r-.e-ivd a f,, I.t I id i, a flu-,el1!t of ment word was sent to the residence of
all kiid ofu cnid e-, anid "l thent at Chief Justice Hazlerigg of the court of
NI.r M.L:,rgv..2- e#-ntuit'thr 1prltc- appeals.
M. Lrge. 2 ce, r He came at once to the Capitol hotel.
('Choeoltte l)ri,,p. A2t ce..lt: er passed directly upstairs to the room oi
[wo it:d.
1ultaii Mix', 2
of offi tce Mr. G(oebel was propped up
,ts. i t" with pillows and was ab'e to raise his
All Fatcy Mix-d C niidy. the h) t hand only with the greatest difficulty
-ver brought to) |Poelt. .L;t.at 41) eiit-, as he satened to the words of Judge
per pound. Call and see' fi> your- Hazlerigg.
-steif. When the oath had been given Mr
'rhey are fre-h and fini jGt-t front' Goebel sank back exhausted, the effort
the vinls. C. ArI TIlF. having been almost too much for his
24j lin strength.
SImmediately upon leaving the room
I havP a very larzts asortmen-t o where he had sworn in Mr. Goebel,
liamn cheap. C-ill and see. J. I. St-phens room. where he swore in Mr. Beckham
a- .i untenant governor.
Try THg NEws, 10 contR a we. k. Mr. Gcebel, as soon as he was as-


*F. E. BRAWNER'Sw-


STOCK-TAKING


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urgedd that he was legally governor of
K.-n'ucky. took prompt action regard-
uig tLe military arm of the service
Tvko vrdt-r %sre quickly prepared for
his signature, the finrt of which dis
charged Adjutant General Collier from
office and appointed Ge-n-..tl John B.
Castieman of Locisvil.e as hse successor.
'i'e second was directed to the comr-
manders of the miutia stationed in this
city, directing them to retun to their
houses.
'otdiers II tId the K,-y.


L Two governors, and armed soldiers
holding the balance of power between
them Lnat is the situation in Frank-
fort this morning. Whoever the sol.
diers decide is the proper official for
them t- cobey will be seated in tue go.
bernat..ri!: chair. The soldiers them-
selves are in a quandary as to what they
K should do. and they are awaiting devel-
6 opmoents.
While aU of the officers are Repub-
licans, many of them said this morning
that they had no inttiation of resisting
the legal governor of Kentucky, pro.
vided they were once saiutsfed who the
at individual is. All things l.ing equal,
they will stand by Taylor.
Thiiere was a change for the worse in
Governor Goebel's condition this morn-
ing and the chances are now said to be
that le oannot live for any great length
of time. His physicians said this raorn-
iag that death might cCme at a.y time.
"'. for 22c or it migh, be several days before he
expired. His high pulse and greatly
',,.n increased respiration, Dr. Welch aid
ard7.c: i. tlas morning, indicate approaching col-
uJ lap.e, and. be added, '*the chances are
1,000 to one again-t him "
-* j Some of the younger Democrats have
broken away from the control of their
r.'t11'- Dn' leaders, and this morning were openly
l, i talking of swearintug in citsemnas special


arid will


be Ur9!oaded


Below fl3ufacZurers' prices


V.' 44I1i(.~V. ~ 171k '9 4k.10,-z Vo -Ii -rl '.~-a
Weir;.lJ''~-i !' ... r t i i-$1 9 bi IC


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per m d.


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t t I % !k ttA e :.:"e t k
-et h A' 1 nek i':e1' *-nibTl) w,-I-.
-K- *' -Ii.rra. for tlit- eat- p.*i
3sxt-is in tony"oev th Tnlvkue . r,


Twenty Years Proof. JEFFRIES WILLING TO
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow- ,
elsinnaturalmotionandcleanse AGAIN MEET SHARKEY
the system of all impurities An I
absolute cure for sick headache, Champion Says He'll Give the I
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con- Sailor a Cha: ce.
stination and kindred diseases.


"Can't do without them" To FIGHpr COI3ZTT FIRST


R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know how I coul1
(do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.

Tutt's Liver Pills

ingo of Democrats within the building
because they had been informed by Ad.
jutant General Collier that he would
immediately seize the bul.d:ng if they
did so. declared this morning that they
would allow any political me.-ting to
ass mnble that did not act contrary to
the rules of the establishment. They
would rent rooms to anybody who
wanted them and the meeting could
take its chances.
An effort was made by members of
the iegisla'ure at 10 o'clock to hold a
sa-isun. A 'i.:zen meini e:s of the house
went into ti,. gates head-d by Repre-
-en:alive CLar:ron of Louitvile. Two
Vt~vouet w.re, cr'-assied in trout of Mr.
C('ar.toz.'- ;o--., ai he suterAd the gates
andi ne wa- aaikeI'. 'or hid paS's.
"1 uave ni y -'." was th" rely. "I
air a uw.,i:i ae i>, the legiilatare, as are
these ge-titlh:ine a v.-wnii n.e, anl we wish
to -n oer the hail to bo,)d a session."
'"N .hwi r y' enter without holding a
peas.', w.-* t'Ht reply, and Mr. Charitou
returnei ;to itisv Capitol hotel with his
c -';pai:o... 'Tbey announced when
the-y left t a:ioi gr')unas they would
get a.l t' .. )-:s of the h uso and
stnive- ;c;, -.rr return in a body and
d ni wi'i .'.tia;Is-i'on.
litTle iu'Jsi:.,tt by I'i "-.ei.i'"- iRs thbx' \vak-.d Away that
w.ih l.a .- i'".7 (c .i:il better, \without
,ludAi (a"-yi '2 :U. Ui i.ut.
<*> ., i i11 *i t .' l1. i A11 riv"..
A i: r .1 ;'- cr'. i .ojro I.rei at rth depot
th:- ht.,. ::liij ** i~i ,ter tui- tra.n fromn
L' i i t 7ofee, currentlyy r"-
<' roi .: G -;;er 'l ;eileimaei woa i
c,'':i i ;' a I !i t iv 'ho eitrhu :-1st!e
I), ', -r ;: x .0'",1 t, .... ht I t u k u I)
! :o .' :t c ; .;:..: r'..'j co':u"t uil 't
On '+ .1t1.1 I ; .i s. .:tfr th '
i i :i .- r :..t ', ti.r n
.t.. "' :. ';' i .' L ':-- : ';.u fa 'l-l t,
-;. ';" ; ;' v '. ;i'~ni t;.^r- wii a so '-,v.


: .. *,-' .,, ; '-a" 'a i tn U IT .,i
1- ., '..it i l o D t -) u) rtiari' this
!. > t L "-i .: t. I ,.s (: on of a'ljuitanr
.f' ,,.-.,: :,., -; :. ,- ,;.e 'e,! t,, C t 'le9
i. '. n ,t"m r t' 'c t., ,owev.-r.,
\,v'' ". 1.i :" ; w :#r-r p. I'i :g i;il 1-1 ( u-
i .:, T.I ':o ..- i ; eii :,eo:: '-. ,n u.;
ii r t" i i m *ili r-! of. ( -" ruci r
,, i. a- 'i .-tilt i .e .1i ii
i~i -. .- 7--i' r i tri s att the dirapo.sti
'; ,. l;- 1 . I ..iI au d : r ;,* ioenie
:': .' e -'*-'. l .- 1- s'': d a.: :ja e
,3' a:' + > r- ', ":'i ,-t >ur.'-o FtI;! tui
'7 n, ;: it' nu o- ( obey t'ie orders n!
-* r 'o > .;,r anq there witl be nou
..;-l :';' 'izer- t vo onfuse them.
1: '-. .. r ,a eI this iu-ruin.ig that
;tii'e .'; f f .ior ia',l recontin ered his
1i" I:n~. -,i''>ii taN ini t that, the legila-.
,or, L.. Lo l. itia W1!' wad imnpo.stle,
jt> '\'-~~e ti. rs-.''v th t Fcry.
(;oi. rir i avo, r i ,nuaiua in his ofilces
n Ie x :'.:itv, buitingt and prar-
i 1:iv e;,te'i h l: f to a ca'et,;;rs He
it. I uo; zor'.:.v .r. ,iiU-er tor publica-
ion aiv act; ni > cbl he has taken or
mn-t take kereiaftir.
The recoiti, f h hvu-se of repre.
sentatives. which were tairen ro:n Cerk
of the House Eiwarl Le'gh yesterday
by the miaitta whtie the legu!ature was
ractng aruund the streets in the vain
endeavor *o find a hall in which they
-ouldi ho'd a jo'nt sosssic-n and seat Mr.
(Goebel. have been returned to him by
OGveiirnr laylor.
I-rotlh .- b I1y 11- 8 ttie1.
A conference -f the attort, v of both
sides was called this morning and met
in tme C:apitol 'otel. It was announced
before it begau that it was for the pur-
pose of a general d:scussion to see if
some adjustment of the present troubles
could not Ie reached.
The conference at the Capitoi hotel
was very short, so much eo, that it
hardly deserved the name of a confer-
ence. It wasn (pued by T. D. Edelen
for the R epuLbi. ans, who. it is said, pre-
sented a proposition to the Democratic
attorneys. JuJge W. S. PI'ror and Mr.
Lewis McQaown, provi-ding that the
present diffic,utv between tne rival gov-
ernors be adjudicated by the federal
courts.
Tnis was refused by the Democratic
attorneys, who took the stand that the
matter should be first passed upon by
the state courts. This was not agree.
able to Mr E iteln and the conference
was over. It was agreed, however, that
a second me-tin sne would be hbed in Mr.
Edelen's (.fi e at noon.
The attorneys met at noon in the
office( of Mr. E:e en, and after some dis-
cussion, at which nothing was doe-
termined, the tAlk being entirely of an
inforuma! na:nre. it was decided to meet
again at 2 o'clock.
Collier Prepares For War.
Boxes of ammunition are being doe-
i lvered to Adjutant General Collier.
The hall of his office is packed ceiling
high with cartridges. The greatest ao-
tivity prevails on the capitol grounds.
Blankets for the soldiers are arriving
and every evidence of a protracted stay
is apparent
A report that Lieutenant Gray of the


HI Prof *as* to Know Nothing of
HIr.')*..Ail. <. Itre.ia to 1 av.
the Hloni T *.ak. lisao at Parl Duar.-
l,"g the Kxpsiltlon.
ME'iims. Feb L-James .1. Jef'r: .
champion pug'i.ist o: tihe .:;-!', was .u
Memphi yeatertiay for a short tin.-,
Jeffres was accoinpnied by bls lUro'b- r.
Jack Jefftre-, and the pair were enroute
from New York to Hot Springs.
The champion wi.i remsin at sue
springs t.re- weoki and then return to
his oi trai:uing qua.rt.rs at A4xnhbrst.
N. J w':e:e the ex-bol.ormaker will
prepare hiui.eif fur mes match with Cor.
bett. a ,iin ed tu take place during the
mouth of March
Jeffries looks strong and health and
expressed himself an feeling cunfldeat I
that he would be abie to d(spose of Cor-
bett.
.Jeffrieq stated that he was perfectly
willing to give S'larkey auothor chance.
as the sait,r c.aius taat he wants tc
try for the chi.',j- n.ibisp again
"AlI he has t ') iu t-o post h oitab.e


forfeit and it wituI mit it lK'v b1 cov-
ered," .aI; .1,ift a-, n I d1.1 *wst iguili'anr
ma:: ti r "I v1. tai, ti e tua;tr:
over w'.,1h l:- i II. IV, Li nilager., an,.
have Fr.'t:e-.t. a.re;.,i tto ieot ShSare;ty
again as soon a-, iry match wiitl 'C r-
bet 14 < 11 "
S \' .tii .j.a Ly t.-, reporter tiat his
match w;'h Curtct: was put on the sus-
pect iSa: bvy eopie in this part ot the
world he .bruged his abhu.durs and
remarked.
.\"We 1. everyb-ly to *'****- ,p'ri- n.
One thing I can say, hnjwve.-, atut il .t
is- in the event we do not z.;..*t. it will
he no fault of mine. Ali I ktii)w is tbil
I am p;,Iug in to train mny 1: rdtr and
a tu ni't going to tako alny caInc "
Jeffries professed to know nothing iof
I E:ady's intentions as thsy have been
v. re through the press anl which Ini.
tiiiia-e !lht the fight between hiues'if
,it'i tie Carson City victim will take
Space at Paris daring the exposition.
liibl y '. Tro-i lh-,.
'T! ** k ": n, -y. i l,.an-; th *! ... t t : ,1 *
o*l ,: :l<'lViV y di ,l h|d- til. lh .alt!
. ,i t ';,, 'r. I i tt:- li ,-.r l't'a t,'r;.i 1 1i it it iltt 'it-r ithl thi
I we rk i f lthl- kidln.vy- ;i. h .'v -It:lt'r r-
t.ald iro,;,sy r' litx. Th, i1i-' vilutia-
Si t it ,.ll i* i it t ; eviirativ ITl **t ,.'
' :i Nl I Y A S ;i 'J I 1 :i.t 1- it- -til 'll
1 ,a "l l.ll11 i et it h l. L 0".-. I
h hir;|' ili l =tr t., t t rhel.y r-- lnlll ti, )i Il,,,)d
t* ,' ,i-i ,t 1u1 i' if. .ithI riv ; tin '-
i ti pit.rifl,-; a1 d r1'11( .,- t, *
live-r. t);i, u1p thfe- .-.t rtlli ins' iidl Ili-
S ;st. ii . .:u 1 hi tI lt In hli el tii .I. u 'l
it 1' n ;'i i .- i b ,l 1
S-t' ;'ti and hil .. lit!j S.,;t i bi HI ti,
i:,h l;rI -.
EV!)D: ;C 0' .r" A MURDER.
1*t1 Prolo .h.y It'l1d 1 ;il I-is Body
Pl olt on ih Track.
WOowA tD,. S Feb. 1.-There to
evidence of a horrible crime near this
place. The dismembered portions of
the body of Porter Hampton were found
on and about the Southern railway
track. Ti m) hcad and one arm had teen
dragged 40 yards into the wood. by
dogs th .s h .d partially eaten tht body.
Thb ins-i li known to have had a
quar. o' wiii-!y and some money the
nti.-. ,r-' tr'. He was with another
in : nnuise i n-t known at \W,,.,d-
t ;i,:,l who bal not been ieari o!
!-* "I ior nor pin*e< of gi'-m were
foe. .' i ww'ere the man w:ma r.i;:el
by :ra ri. It i he livedd he wa- rtnir-
.ie; i. rot ,e t and put on the train.

F.'iL P&.ANT FOR ENSL-Y.
I \ ,, : S 11;I i,.a-re,.
] 1 ; v. .a ,t F I I --T e Ten.
nel-*e I oti I:<6 onnua4 it.rotld n upany
wi.i t.,.'tn ..-ork sootn in a steel rail mill
at - !ov. It wi-. a'j >in the new steei
plant and wire and ro.d m'li. -everal
bnnmIred th sand dollars will be spent
in this new enterprise. which will be
the fi-st raln niili in !ne south.
Tue milt w ,i !"ti,' "' X) or (iO men
an-i the '(-,vn' y itx as-n,: 1 oi a market
for al. hi*- i. uct i1 n' u- ninufacture
lThe St,. r., v, wil. iu nsed wile be ob-
tained r ,a :. :ie- '*e n .i ',t the A a
bama *-- m i ;.i li'), iur company.
which .' rp -a',: .1 *, a.l '1'.pil-i of the
Teunen.ei, e ja, lr,)n an Ilta;,rad com-
pany.

'-" ... l' I ,);- I .* a I. -
i e-. f,.r i -i-. : 1; I '.- ,. ,
:. : r t 'i.
I -. F p i n < (urt K port&.
3 :.r "Y. A'a.. Feb 1 -Thegov-


er-' .: -.l a g'el'd an agreement with
M -..i i) ..ues, the member of the
legi. arure who introduced the hili pro
vidin for the rearint of the Alabama


HANNAH BROS.. Special ~xs


ThllE41KAU:EOIN AA

Wfi"EL"K NEAR TAMPA

Fast Train on PLiLv Systemn
Is Derailed.

RAN INTO OPEN SWITCH

Knginveer un-l I wellIesoeoopgwro 1 a d3.
aisil *- v. r oa. th-roi ~, '1 r.. or I.*.44r.
rlous y Is Jodrad-11IIvtr..l to Have
h3Recess ".it k of %% rockero..
TAMIPA. kis Fe'b. 1. --The fitst train
(ini tile k>.j~t svt ~rm nwas wrecked 20
mICIies nriLUi of mits p: lajat ilght.

OJie l)3-e4eiugo .ct-r woe v~i.hut ti.. bekXA
wais so i.,,riwu yqIinuti'frts-,lthiatit to
impliJ-os~ibit .I *t".1t tii'o eeuc.qyat this
till)@
Tile vort : P. 1-l..ndten of Iiiis city
,lied this ii, _uztw at tile !4nforai h.)*
pita1 Nir lle-rodou Lintuillf in badly
injured. A uumzbe.ro'f other psener
were misi injured.
ThA mai., ex reins cari anti two ila,
coaches wert~ thrown fromi the tilaetk
-ind tUrnled cvwer. 'ihe la'UlMa,' cA14
were linst verai~eA.
The aaceidilnt waq cansed ny tbd trnin
running into an open switch and cad.
hiding with a freight oar.
It iq believed that the switch wa4
opened by some ;.'c-e~n with tile ltse-~
tion of wrecking thae tritin.

*itf terlild liver ''' 1iJ;Lh -
K~ci KI A'Siit Ii HM iA a rtn
lIieit it nov off the. f loit' ,iiqr?..
io~ld fly Id ii tin h W..".~


Ese-4110:i11 viul e' i tv V li---i. d x ra
ward(Iof filfty l'.loty til.r tie ,r.- t
with e-vidle111a. ta (et to)e f- ar--
brosak 1tolea i'eho..-I Nhti,11i',n~.1.'




] ;.I III

CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hao" Alway BugM
Bear!- tie
1gnuitw'e of 4g67 dgZl


St'Inatrdl's Bif Rel /, ho.t
Pttent /Flour on 1/Ie /. -
ket. .lwayx -, Owl/,,,d ,//
barrels, half bhrri-s, 24
Pound an/d I? pound. SaIk'.v
take no other (no prices )
.ll other doods of highest
standard, at wholesale and
retail.
.New Orleans Grocery !'o.
.4S. M cH UGH, Prop.
Ph, no 105.


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!fit 1)AILf NE54W& rk1NIACULA.4 FLuORIDA. FRIJAiV AP'I KiNEIN. FEBRUARY 2, 1900


'IV DAILY NEWS:


:"c:Plitt bUladlng. xiA% outbP0,10,



'% EYT JP ISH1NG cb.
c-rusw-I nV&Arti'ty OnIllAGdaDCD
Ly:iYon*Year by MIa1 -.-- --- 00
SI o n h ,. ... o
Thvv# Mouttf. ---------I M'
ouf Montbhs
Omak Wesakby Car"ior. payable
oB Monday-1

,it itWEEKLY -NEWS:
Pt-!vi- vry rrnoty SUI.00 per year.
*.aua f r-e
!v4' pegr"t. Furni~shed on Aplicationf

?,.IKIMMONM F40.115





This paper Is o. Me with the
masm AIVFlSINGC1
.niisstt Mndimn. St. Paul. Mia-n whr
wabacribees. advetitiam a&" other -w..
examine it sad whee owe satceswill he -ret.
upon PW am Gr oWUSAL ADVERTISINlG.

P~ENSACOLA. FEF. 2 1900.


MR. ANIKIC4E CARNE(;IE has H. L. .rrvy, a pronit;o!it s -wmill
made. during the- year ju-s elo<-d. man. and ,L W. Pl'l ak of D)-Futiak
says the Atlanta Journal. a noble oiprinri, ari stopping at thie Mi-r-
reoord of donations to worthy causes. chants.
The list of hii gifts to public libra- An:ong the touriats regi-t, re-d at
riv alone number 3-4. and agre.- the Lewis houe '.,.e C. t. Justii,.
gates aZon mba Delphi. In;. Ed. tt- ep, Mortit.lll..
gates $i..~ i -4 :taid A. P. (Oive.r, A-hl-y, 0.
REFlRBTKN to the rumor that Mr. A great ape-ci il -ail of tinware hags
H.C. Frick, formerly maniaag#-I of bn- ina gurated by B. G,-r.onl ;it
e1u7 iacnth Palafax -treet. Rpad the
the Carnegie St*el company, cuon- l-t ef prices in In- adverti-,.ttm-nt.
templates engaging in ship buildln, 1- w p sin iv t -
the Savannah Mornting News, doubt- Cas wtilh in waitthw on th ,P P-
I afx ,troet line ait t., d -cl,, e aoft the
less with the superior advantage. s of nnmuicale at t!,- First Baptis-t church
Pensacola in mind, off-rs the follow- to-night, for the accon:nodation of
flg excellent advice: the au lucnce.
If Mr. rictk purpo-eb comp-tirng with th- DoIn't nlak., t aty othe-r eigag nei't
Cramp and tb*e- untinagtonyards,heshot Id feor th*- evuili igof F-b ., -xeC-pt for
coeu south. si-re be- can get Alabami li the dance anid tne-dil drill to be
teO-l and coal at low rates. share lator o givell b.- the ('ipiley Light lufantry
plentiful and cheap. anid wt:here the clatuatl- at t he armory.
permits of out-of-d Ar work the ,ear Mr and Mrs. J. A. W Vlker ham:ve
rouod. is-u ald C rd a of invitation tto the
TI' money-in-poultry conte-t in- marrig ealf their daughter, Nli-zs
N.llie flall Walker, to Mr. Henry
augurat,-d by the American Agri- Stanmior- Laird, at Christ church at
cultur-,t, which has heretofore bh.-en o'clock Wedanesday eveniner, Feb 7.
noticlc: in th-e- *colttimis, is assum- Prof. C. J. B-! announces in this
intg large proportions and promi-es i-.ut. hais c.taiida< y f.or the aoflc, oit
to be exace-ditrgly iteresting and ittlperintt*-ident of public in-true ion
foril. .1 (, !"t' E-caiullUi L CoUIrtV at tie tip-
valuable. Besides the original priz-. I E-chinih priari-. 'Prof n ella ia
proacrhia primnarn*i.. Praf Bell isa
of $1kI offered by the Agricuilturi-t w-.ll known and poplul-t educator.
no I-Ps a than :33 other- have been i having taught for -,ve.ral yards iin
since e ,.'red. swelling the aggre-.ate tihe public hclol- of thin county.
value to o ti like $At pmr -,nt he i-, day cl rk at the
value to something like* $2... Tthe M-rehant-, hotel. He is a man aof
poultry growers of Florida: cannot Isterlit worth, young, aeilvo and
affo-rd to overlook the advanItage- of thoroughly familiar ~ithi tlie re-
this contfet. j',irei nlrits of th*- ollece, and there
Sin no doubt that he will poll a hl-avy
Moath Ca For several years past southern T'he funeral of .Mi-~ He-len M.
SFihe-r took place fi en the Fir-st
newspapers have reiterated the war- Preybterian church at 4 o'clock
cry. *Bring the cotton mills to thet- yesterday arrernooi. Re v. W. E.
cotton fields!'" The people of South a ellwatine oflici ting, and was at-
Carolina have done more than to oten'lded by a large coancour-p of ser.-
shout the war cr--they ave ac- t rowing friends. "Th public sthool,-
hout the wr crlo-d a a tribute. to hl-r mIetiIryi
complished the marvel. and are now and her cla-s, grade A at lpuhlic'
reaping the benefit- of their enter- s:echotol No].l atti-ndel thie futintrnl in
i ri1e. ia body and toin anit rmnoon, Arbor
SD.ty, thy, are dedic:itint, a ti -e to
During the year ending Auiust 31, her memory. Mr-. D. Shnftall. ote
INWN, Houth Carolina ntmanufacturetd Atlanta. a .-iste-i ef .Mi-- Flashlr, ar-
aearly 404,400 bales of cotton, or ;5i.- riv, d here ye-t,-rd ly to atten-.d th,'
ti more than during tih- previou- ftuin-tal. Slit- will retnmin e,'eral
year, and 172 INt) more thalla n orgif. I .
although Ge0orgia was thet1 i.t southa- R tOltiI THE 4;ll-VE.
trn state to engage in tie itndu-try. i A Itartlitig inidentoctof whuchl Mr.
Tthe consuilmtion of cttotn inu Stiuth Jhln Oli,-er of Philad-lplhi,. was th:e
aro a la year was 43. pr t ub2ct, is naira ed bv him as fe1l.
oiarthual rupd. yearwasp4d. pir ct inlows: -- I wa in tin,-t dr.adflal
of its crop.and the rapid itnere.;so in condition. My skin w as almost yel-
the number of mills and ,-pindle-s low, .-es sunken, tongue coated,
promise to effect the con-tinptiot pain continually in back and side',.
of the state's entire crop i a f.w apptitday by-- graday. Three physi
years more. In Septemnber, 1.89. ciais had given me up. Fortunate-
there were under construction in the ly, a friend advised trying 'Electric
Mouth mills with a capacity of l23.- Hitters,' and to my great joy and
S pind which will cra surprise. the fiist bottle made a de-
< npindhle, which will increase bcied improvement. I conti Lued
southern annual consumption about their use for three weeks, and amn
1,0O,000i bales, or to a total of soete- now a well man. I know they saved
thing like 6.0~0).OJo bale-s, or mote 'ny life, and robbed the grave of aan-
'other victim." No one should fail
than two-thirds of the crop of 1SN. to try them. Only 50 cents per hot-
The estimated crop of South Caro- tie at W. A. D'Alemberte's Drug
liua for 190', is 72t.41k0 biles. of which Store.
the mills. existing and project- d. I 1itl. IILLE-;ENT -'AlEf;s.
will consume 62 .0 0 to) ttO o bales.
or about 74 per cent of th- crop. Tailt- & P. t i dUt nt. i-'ehbruar,
The foregoing factor and figures: toA p. the ,.mpr.lmhe.
are collated from an excellent arti- 1 The auimounc-ment was published
cle In the New York Iimnes b, E. G. a few d-iv- since in THl N:EWS that
Danell. who also in the same arti- in the litigation pending at Jackson-
cle gives some very interest- ville to enforce the order e f the rail-
ing information concerning the road commins-ion for a 3-cent maxi-
history of South Carolina', cotton mum passenger rate a compromise.
manufacturing industry, attribute tg upon a basis suggested on the pirt
of thie colmmnist;-ion before thie man-
the progress of its recent develop- diamus proceedings were com-
ment largely to the efforts of Mr. W. oienced, had been effected so far as
B. g. Whaley (a nephew of Rev. the Plant system was concerned, but
Prcial W e f Chst that thie F. C. & P. system had not
Percival H. Whaley of Christ signified Its acceptance of the terms.
church, Pensacola of whom hie The compromise provided for a 3-
says: I cent round trip rate, tickets to be
H* pnesse tbe faculty of tinspiranng cap- good for 5 days, between all points
ta withb some of hib own lack of tamaiday. ill Florida, one-way rates to rtelnain
He area. In I a. dearct the construction as heretofore.
of the Riobh and, a steam miii, begun to b'. Mince then. at a meeting of thIe
built with a capital of S1.la0.t>. anJ flnitshled Florida passenger agents hold at
with $k0.500 capital. * Mr. Wihalvey Jacksonvile, it was agreed that the
tartedout tode-mnonstratetowouid-bcot-. sale of I tW mile books shall be re-
too nanu~tecturers that cotton could te sumed February 1. On Wednesday
omomilaity manutfctured with steam Judge Call directed the entry of an
power. Thli. In a eommumnty tbat had order overruling the moti.n of the
cbherbshed the idea that at must rely up-on respondents to quash the alternative
th power tobedertived from the Congarre writ of mandamus, and also au oudel
river, needed aenfnlrmnation. The Richland allawinrg the C. & P. system until
steam mall proved the corret-tneqs of the Fabruary 6 to comnply with the re
clam. quirements of the writ and show
The practical eimtclu- iei rom th' cause why it should not be madt
Th p,.ccu>m peremptory. Counsel for the coin-
facts and buetory of cotton manufac- mission announced that the F. C. &
ture in South Carolina, as applied to P. would also agree to the terms o
local conditions, are, that that indus-, tIhe compromise, whicn includes the
try prent extraordinary advan- payment of all filed claims for over
ry to ex ordinarytm :charges ofl passenger fates ptnd
tawm to capital seeking investment: int the iitinration.


ALONG NEW LINES.


A Wholly New Plan for the Re-
lief of Ladysmith.


HIOME NEWS NOTES.1TUF KENTUCKY


1,041 0M forget frPmaela en dd W"OeV MUDDLE
Im-reasing clostdine a. nd war-usr to uighs;
rain Saturvtap; light t- "kreas *terly aridsd.,
Maximumuu temnperature yeagerdarq. 44 depreM.
m4mum ,i Laoa 24 hous .,-'. Reward of $50,000 to be Offered,


No l K "Bread is the Staff of Life,"


BlIter Ihia tVc

HOUSE[EEfR


8001 iL AND PERSONAL


N. W. Niciiolsei of Pine Barren
is in the city.
Mark Mayo of Flonmatou is r(gis-
tered at the Merchants.
W. J. Naswcorth of Milton i- regis-
tered at the Merchants.
B. M. Mayo of Bartow. Fla.. is in
the city. at the Lewi, lioii-u.
E. E. tturds-vant of Mu-cogee is
topping at the Lewis house.
John Neel of We-tville i-' visiting
Peuf-acota on bu-inuae.s :o-ddy.
P. D. Hauuaw of M','NI,1 i. In th(I
city, stopping at tnit- E-.inbia.i
Be -ureO to att-.nd tte imu-i'aie at
tll Firt tap-tl-t bchurci to-night.
.Mi-' Lillio t(.oh -n of S.,ti Antorlio,
Tex.. im vi-iting Mis, DIai-y Cohe-n.
Ed. M. Poole-y of Muil'on r-gi-4ered
at the Lewis house yesterday evet.-

A. I). Brownell and Johnt Neel of
\Vstville are re.Kist-rd at the E--
cauibia.
Prof Dye, t he Ip-w ups-rintendpnt
of the ti*y public sthou-. a--umned
the duties of hl. poition yesterday.
E 0. Jnkin ia:id \V. H. Smith .f
C('ttARg Hill. E. F. Skinner of Eh-
cambia, are ,topping at the Escanmi-
bia.


ception ,o MionUtay night. respect, nor has any one of its ad- ,ows: February. 7.92; Mrch. 7.91;
The company is said to be an un- verti-ing patrons questioned them. April, May and June7.91; July, 7.'*3.
usually strong one and has been or intimated dissatisfaction. They
playing to crowded houses In every do not patronize its columns as an --- -- ---- IN 'I
city visited bythem. act of charity but because to do a-
As is the u-ual custom with this actually pays them a definite and
company ladies who are accompa- appreciable dividend upon the in- A R G A IN S
nied by one paid 30 cent ticket will vestment. And THE NEWS heartily
be admitted free Tuesday night. appreciates their patronage and does
The opening bill will be the flv( its best to deserve and retail it.
act comedy orama, entitled "'An -- ----
Irish Hero," a play that has all of If your stomach is disordered, | ai i,
tie elements necessary to make a bowels irregular, and if you don't eat Est e.
good entertainment. The prices for feel well, you need PRICKLY ASH IR 1
the engagement will be 10, 20 and 30 BITT'ER. It is very effective in re-
cents. A number of the best spec- moving this condition. Bold by Han- 1 will buy l acres. of land north
ialtits will be given at each perform- nah Bros. lWOof tbecity ~nd wetI of Gonuldin. IN g (
nee.i buy acre, adjoinling city
dance. .- nothing so setsoff a home, $2000W na toe w
Correct Shipping News b-tuy four < %ionl bli-cits
HE orrt nNews as handsome furniture. $3000UUUada goa-r --n room hous". C
THK NEWS has received many f, arstor inch hv an Ti property Is in New Iity-
e flattering compliments upon the' 4 0 huvT T scre4 tac-(ween HaL'
correctness and value of its ship- nimmene stock for u property h ase- $400""' et
ping news columns. and its record of lect from and they will sell on tig Bayou and Litte Bayou.
foreign exports from this port, from / will buy one of the chest reai-
week to week and from month to it to yOU on long time and $5000dt-nca.onwe-st HiIl. mituatd
e month. collated and agirr#-gated at p ui,.,i, on street car line; has i rooms and all nilod.
- the close of each year. This work is e y payment. ern conveaiencr.
done with a care and thoroughness ---- $6000aIOwil ity lot wit j, t 'or;n
f which rflect- great credit upon the Dr. ThOm na Oory. Thiscan be immnisdiate;y utilized for
e city editor of THE NEWS, Mr. Philip bumines. purposes.
SM. Ball, who is also the marine re- $7000w" buy lot with S ft front f1
- pcrter for the Aissociated Press. I L0 Ba saI .nt and s f t front n Wrtgonht. l'hl


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AlrwaysReliable.'t:


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Pensacola. Florida.


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But iheWarOei -I.va]l u,.lyGua-d. BSMACKS AILED- The Istoatkr For the Assassin. MlIdlU
Harding of Warren & Co's. fl et!
tng the Scrt-s -hiuht That Go-n sailed yesterday for th-e snapper ,
Ktlt h-nor to Makiing a Wide IN- bjnks.
Volunteers are Organizig Th'rougl.-'
I -ur labt ol'Colersi-A Great mFir (CRl'SH EI A TOE-While working !
,on the Modfler iiverV rd1. at the L. & N. shops yesterday Wi'- i out the tat, and Ofl.-r., o Am, l IIe I
lie Carmichael met with a painful Asistant, are lP'< i.,g in ton teile
laiN IrN. Fe b. 2 -There is ever accident by dropping a piece of iron
indication that a wholly new n ve- on his foot, crushing a toe. Gol o~ernmen n Pn hh
Ule:Lt on an extensive scAle Is in pro- THI BAY TRADi-The schooners en
gre!, for the relief of Ladyuiiith. Harry. Capltain Mayo, und Alex. FHANKFuolR. Veb. 2 -TTh. d m.-
l.,.w.ar general merchandise for Freeport ati
ed tiohe secret. but the noticeable ac- Baylen street wharf. announced this morning that tit-..
tia ity tiere day and night for the OMPLIMENT.RY B-CITAL-Don't would meet to-day and offer a t,-1
past we-k confirms the hint uf b g forget the recital by theClutterCon- ward of $,K0 t)o for the a-sas.in who,
developinents that iaive leaked out servatory faculty and pupils atClut- fired the shots at eunator (iot-be.l.
through high oltll2al sources. tr's music hall to-morrow morning Individuals hLve volu:nt'ert d the
Military expert, agree that the 10:30. All lover of musinvitedarecr- payment of the r ward and ff, r to
new pIl n is probably a movement to PR I PORT-The cs deposit the cash until the lcgisla-
SNAPPERSINPORT-Thenckskethapropriation.
force h- relief of Lady-mith by a Cars N. Chase and Henry P. Chip- ture p makt e teive apprthpriation.
l.,ng d.-tour to the fir ea t of Colt.n- nan. came in from the hanks yeste from va-itaus Kentucky ptints re-
so by the army under (en. Kitch- day, the former with 4 000 anid ttthe froi pt itize ntl oveor he ? tae
e.nor. wh.ese-, ,vn ment. have b.-en latter 5.000 red snappers for E. E. port that citizens all over the state r
k pt cl-. fflcial secret. aun'Jers & Co. E. are willing ; to take up arms if neces-
kt pt a l.,-e official secret. unr MAIL C RKeo. sary to sustain tli (ioeblel govern- /
A Great Velrt I'ire. NEW1 MAIL CLERK-The postoffi.e ment.
A Modder River dispatch list department has granted peruiission Col. Gaitler,of llarrod-burg, here-
nlight 'ay. a great fire ha been burn- to Postmaster Rix M. Robinson to tofore a -trong anti-Goebel man. Is
ing along t.ve veldt inctn WVedn.-*day employ another clerk at the Pen-ss- willing to form a regiment.
afternoon. covering a di-tance of cola postofflee and W. H. McDavid Dr. Frazer, one of Morgan's caval- S iqu:
ailut: two mile- botwt-en Jacobsdal ha- been appointed to fill the posi- ry, telegraph.; from Richniond, Ky.. 11 qii
mind the Ko, je d inis. ti,-n. that he enlisted fifty men in a few
It is believed that British officer NAVA -TOtRS-ThA schooner holurn re rg ri
started the fire toscrene ihe iiove- Tv .o om-ters, CL'ptain W. C. Bishop. ln*re 0r ,-;1 r..y 1.
nentmon forces that have been cunn- can,, down yesterday with nival t t-l-ra xin- thavei cnlimento aler I -
mnoned eastward -tr -a for A. M. Moses & Co and is (,,of t p-le- I ve military pp nut :
rhe fire burned all WVednesday loaditg with general merchandise ,nL, pl the ofers military- bippo! t.-I ,.
xighrt and it is thought that under at Pulifox whalf for Hogtown and the otfers hv ;<
the cover of the smoke recent rein Bre-ant. teptad. 4 (u
forcm I-nts that have arrived at Ma- OLIl' (.OURT-Onl two to la-e tu Me t t Itl.
Lr-rsfontein marched in the direc- POLIcE (OURT-On"y two cfS(S t: -q u
in of rakle vWe t and Komd- were dispo-ed of la the police curt 1 S ekr Trimble h is giv -,, qt
b-rty district. this morning: Toin Jo.es, colored, calling th-. legislature to min-t U ti.L 1 t i
The Blitih long rane artillery lead guilty to leaving his teant uin- o'clock this ibfterno-.n. I :
ovThe B iti-h lfrong ran( e artillery hitched. and paid a fine of $2.60., a nd iJvrrotr T .% .,r is,-u.d a, r, .
o,-d t, th.. front an -lilled the. 1Bo Brown white, pleadtti guil to this i ,'n that nobod% h- :.- 1- it -
Bier position. -robably to aid in n, s t iorn t ;u qi
over ngtIli, iovenent referred t. a cli irge of di-orderly conduct, and ted into the capital groumidas u.i-dr 4 q ,
Tihe troo-7i at Modder River are ug- wa- lined $7 50, which lhe paid. anv cir'unmstatic, s. ,u
gret-Five and eager for a fight. Trllti I BiRARkY Abso(tIATIoNN Pa-ses henretofore i'it i ,t- ; t,
"The Time. publishes a sptpei:al cx- 'Cai,. Win. Hays, pre.-ldent of the!diers to go tghro, h ,,* 1 :;- ,a l
tra this afterhoud with a di-patch Pe0:-ac.,la Library association, haal tkpn up a- f;-:-t H- pr. .e l. V'
from St rkstiorn stating that etni.- ext r...~--d himself as heartily hp- T'e ortj,.t of th .-rder i- o ir,.- XVa
sarit-s ,,f the Bo-r are distributing proving the suggestion of THuNEws vent any civilian fratn rsrving4 any (.h i
leaflets throughout Baoutolatd and that the annual meeting, to be held le.l .p per- upon Gov,-rior 'I aylor. -1 h<
are working to incite the tribe to dur;iw the latter part of this month, The legislature will a-k Judge Wisw
rise against the Britihli. One in- shall b.i at open one, all persons in- Ca4ntrill of the Fieal c-ort to is-ue leti
ducemenint held out to the Ba-utos ia teretecd in the institntiou being in- an injunction re-traiitinig tovernior
the promise to restore their territory vited to attend. Taylor from itnerfering i i any way
to th-m.'. A NEW CUSTOMS INSPECTOR- with the proceedings ,of t!.e le l gili-
ea' T Owing to the great increase in ship- hat aitt
More Troplit Han-eli. liusuiness at this port the treas- t veror Taylor hat announce .-y
It ji rumored that Lord Rahe-rt- ury department has authortzfd tile that i)" will pay eno attention to a.y
has called tfoir to.0i tienore troops. e-iploviment of an additional cus- fuch injumtction.
tons inspector and Collctor J. E. libe Off' r'd
Dr Bull's Cough Syrup cures the most Sillmain has appointed Bruce h. FIANKFIIR. Feb. 2-- C ,table
Sabh.orirn cough.c,,."1 and inft aff.-ct'onsi. W eets of Eustis to till the position. Harrod, w tl t e .k itak, r, tno'
i:.%-n inciei.iat conulainp:,tn o lt ..I.. -I,u-i Mr. Weee s was at once promoted. brr w r,
*e--fully curt.d by thil. iarvelous.rermn-ey. uy or er t tinbountl:tiih -er ,lre-td cl,-tig-d with
l5ut rerr, will oblitinm reli,.-r after ft*,wdoeb. 01der of the collctor, to be chief i- ooti < v rnor 1, lt
--. - -.. pector, vice Chas. Quiua, who g e s !ovti ni, ( v e- rn .%r, r tt Iauh i en
c lok i th > e rank t hvall,, s \\erit l k. r ..-a i t, L en|
ARtBOiK AY. b .ck itto tile ranks. rotate that hie had $30t iat h. int attnd l
HAtnoRt PoLIC--For the protec- it, ti hi- po,.kts, wlii-lh h It Il Ileing Cellebrted at PubilihSht.ool tion of th t harbor and to prevent the ive If !14 allowed him tn salet.
Nio. daitpring ol ashea, cInders, ballast, Harrod aldo chliinn that \Whit:aker
etc.. ly vessels in the bay, the pilot said lie was on th.l third fl-ior of th-.
To-day having been n.aned by comnllie-ioner.s yesterday appointed executive building when the ;hotts
(i vernor liloxham as Arborday, the A. Ferrara and James Hettron to were fired.
occa'-ion i- being fittingly celebrated act as harbor police. One will be on
t public schooltNo. I this afternoon. duty at day anid one at night, and In t ashIlinlton.
the harbor police will notify the mtas- WASMHNroN,. Fel.. 2 -A K- n-
The class of Ilt., ~rade 10, plants a ter of 44&chi incoming vessel that the tucky delegation c.ta.istitg eof te ll-
clas. trme, thle addres-4 be-ing mI.ade I iw Vill be strictly enforced. Me- ator-elect Blac hurn, Rltapr-enta-
by Kirke M.'nmroe. Keitzi) Oerting & Co's launch has tives Rhe-a. minith, Allei. (;ilhert
Grade 9 presents a program con- be.-it chartered for the uise of the po- alnd tx- Rtpresentative "1 ihoipso I S
sistiing of reeitati,:ns, es-says and lice. ilied on tine presid-nt tio-aly to
readings. CRIMINAL, CoUIRT Tho case -iprotest again'-t all federal inter-
(;rade- S dedicate a tree to Gen. against Squire Goldsmith, charged ferenee in that -tatt..
John i uGordon, the addJress being with breaking and entering with The Kontuckiams raid tmrit ff d*-ril
made by Harry Wageunneimin. ititej-t Lo commit a nisdemeatn- interference wanuld re -ult iti s~eriot -
Grade 7 B plants a tree to (i,-o or, was disp,,sed of yesterday af- trouble, as tihe fir't nmov. nI-nt tf We
Washinuton, Rtichard Stillmant mak- t,-rnoon by a verdict of guilty. troops wild cause. an uIpr.ing noit tic
t!ie addroa~. Will Aht, charged with petit lar- easily Grade 7 A hone rs Admnir:l Dowey ce ny, was acquitted. 'hi, morning Mr. Blackburn, when ;- left the'
and Lieut. Hobs *n. the jury for the second week of the pre-ident, said tll- inte ivew hiad
(;raud- 5 A plants their tree in terln was drawn atnd a vetnire issued, been -ati-factory.
inle ,or y l f their beloved teahfirr. returnable Monday. Tthe c-'ae of W.
Miss Helen Fisher, who died HI. Trimmer, selling liquor w thout (;()OEiI1..1 Ir-1 I"it.
Wetiesdtay, tlie adtlre-.s beinm ni a d u license, w;t4 continued. David
-by Miss Gtrtrudte F"a i ..netn. Mtol ri-. charged with embezzlement, D tTere us .in Imp. vO in t I ('Con-
Giad5 R> B plants a tree to lHo n. '. w.tIA on trial when the court ad- dti t.n 'ro-.Day.
B Park1.il., journey feor dinner. FR.ANK I-tT. Kyv., F'. 2 -G(,vr-
Flradie6 A lml:nts a t ee to MI- IN NEW Q't iRT-::ns-The n"w nor (,o, hal. p ,.sed a c niiatable
Florida oook. quart 1hat Tubltng Ileadaehe utg e-tablishmennt In th, B:eut night and there is coniidrable ian
Trat Trobling Heaah building, 19 S. Pal fox street. will be provemilent in his condition to-d ay
Would quickly leave you, if you the mon t attractive looking place of His respiration haos de-cre-:as li und i-
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. the kind in the city. One of the more regular an.lhis pul-. is slowr.
Thousands of sufferers have proved large windows will be fliettd up :s a Dr. Welsh saidi th ln- .rniing, that
their matchless merit for Sick and coUiplete bath-room, with every he did not wish to hold ,out hlop-s
Nervous Headachea. They make ,modern convenience and device that he would recover, but he wn-
pure blood and strong nerves and known to the trade, while the other at least htoldin nhis own.
build up your health. Easy to take. will present an up-to-date family Mr. G.tebel has wonlet ful nIev-e IN I
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money kitchen, showing all the latest im- and a splendid constitutiont anl h,
back if not cured. Sold by W. A. provements in arrangement. The himself has never y*-t lot .coitl< 1'< .
D'Alemberte, Druggist. business office is handsomely fitted in his nultimniatten recov.ry.
up, with the operating department Mr. (Goebel will hiav- to unclero
I HI I-'AVORITETS coMIi(. in the rear.completely equipped with aon operat-on very soonm for tte te-
e war- rren npay every appliance for good work. moval of the coanagulated blood from IN .
Ihe Woxlward-Warren (?ompay APVEttTtI.I.r4 REQI.ISITE. Be- his right side. Internal bieodiang ht..s
Wll be Hlere Ne.xt Week sides tasteful arrangemnnt and good stopped. ()thlerwi-. hisl co.ditt,,; i'
The Woodward-Warren company, position, the element of circulation unchanged.
pleaded by that ever popular and de- is an essential-perhatp- the most es- -
Si u sential-requisite fir profli'able ad- Caton up To. i)ay
serving comedian Guy Woodward, verti-inr. 'IHiE NEWS makes no NF.w YnaK. Feb 2.-Th-r& wsi a IN ()
will be the attraction a t the opera brags, atd has never foaunde it neces- rp advance in the price of co t.n
house all.f iext week with the ex- sary to exploit its advantages in this to-dav, the uotations baintm as fIl-


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,Z1 -GREAT MID-VINTEI






will begin from this day, until further no
co, to close out our Entire Mammoth Stock
at Reductions never heard of before
We kindly ask you to see us before
purchasing elsewhere.


Big Bargains!
IN I- Er'.- (.)OORS, ILKS AN ) S\I'I' .

Big Bargains.
IN TABLE LiNI:NS TOW\VLi. NAl'KIfN 1:1'T

Big Bargains!
AlIE-' MISF ('\IPF< AND JACK II-. A.NI) IN .ADIE8S
TA II.O t-MADI: 0i1 S -.

Big Bargains.
ADIES' SILK AND I) RIILI.INTINF '-KIIr- .ND I..-AT):E
FLANNEL AND SII.K WA.l-I-

Big Bargains!
WR ENTIRE WEI.L sEI.EC EI) MA.M M1i'TF S1l 41. Ei',Aft r
MENT; EVERY PA It i( iAAANTEEI,.

Big Bargains!
IENd. HOYSS' AND CHIDI)REN 4 <'1.0 If' INi AI.so MEN
.4iII' l'Tr4 ANDWININfE I '1F.\v E\ 1.

Big Bargainsl
IN O)'UR MILLINERY 1)EP'A It1 IFN I
rs and Walking Hats. worth $1 t tit $ t -
,ii S itls 1 it a t' ;i 0 .,.. .

Big Bargiins!
A RPETKTS. MATTING-4. WV NT)>\V SlI.:', -: I.\ L 1 t r A.rAIN1A
Ve have received dire t from J'J,qtP on c-at -l',,ill f M t'.'- ;:
Handoimei Carpet D). -ig4. I'the low pric- wil -urpri-,e y,.n
.OME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

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[.-o.' ort'-ter-. waffles and such coffee
S: I'riin cook could not improve up- '
ti ,,, little atnpper bad been ready fill
bair an hour. while Juliet Keyser leaned,
sorrowfully against the es'emeat, watch-
f;.g the brown ar t roww in the gutter mad
|.I cradual fall u f twilight.
uiJ.o-ioi;) sbe rmug the bell.
1u may take the' supper away. Bet-
- ." i.he maid to the little maid. It is
t,," l.k.ei your master will be home Bow."
M,-antwivie Mrs. Keyser %ass l-ft to her
ll.w fojlih aim to tcr." .shL. thought.
"I'lh go and look at tt- liby.
1.t it aus past 11 o'duck wlhen Mr.
K t-e-r'- k.- gitt.a'-d in tine- lourr latch.
-Whbai. itting up. tty'" he cried
E3'y *'Wb.hy. I supposed you would be
., p .u i',l taitiug loug ago. Etty. yon
. of- iHt tin e te lk-?"
"\, ". ailS M1'- K.-y er. swalluaing a
..... in h-i throat. "I am not in
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be. :h tt mnortiing she w a as frc'-.i
S. .' i .i'l ;u i t as a sugar luinip.
't I aa). E:t;.**" aids Mr. Keyser a'x
, v ::!" tnlotiniig o; in his fur lined g!vers.
i ... I;tiwIg oin' or two of the fellows,
I ditjrir w-ith mIne."
\ry e'll." sbail Ettlj. smiling to her-
At hnilf |.'.t 5' precisely Mr. Ke'yse ,
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., ,,i M a ,i,.';* a -i,, tai'l l. little' old
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A Word HIS FELLOW PASSING
"Bill Stubbin. hv .Iove' How are

o o c to rs "Helo. SaSn'.y Your 'and! Come an
partake of n lii'iidI refre-hmenter along
We have the highest regard for the ,' tile'
med-cal profes'i are not sold to: t. e purlome ot antagon. W.iisker. the ipocket picker. then ad-
izing them, but rather as an aid. We mourned to a neighlorig publ'e hboue.
iay it d,;wn as an established truth that Your werry goed healthh' said Bill
internal remtnlees are o titi'--cy injuri. Stublino. qaart pot iu hand. "An 'Ow's
utu- to expetctant rotthers. The distrem the world a-usiu yo"'.'"
aiA,, dz.om'.i s experwenred during the I "Very hadly. I'm getting disgusted
m: t':s prec,('.!.g thi'. birth can be al-' with (,ocket picking. It does not pay like
!ev'a'e, <.-rni.- y external treatr'nt-by burglary."
a 'i-,in a I niment that roftenr and re- I don't t vyo make no error." said Bill.
ila.s the *,.er-,tia:red nr--cs We "I wi-h I ptmesestioued a slithery 'and like
make and -e uch a i I .wnt., com- I yours. an i'd never crack anottir bluom-
btni:Kg the :ng'-din iun a ;uanuer ii (crib. Nature intentioned you for the
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Mother's Friend
We knew that in thousands of cases
it has proved more than a blessing to
expectant r. others. !t overconi s morn-I
ing sti knes%. It relieves the sense of
Ag.htnes, ;. Hlead:..hcs ceaS(. and dan-I
-r tirol Sw'wol: n. Hla: and Rising,
Lr. as's is avohid-e1 I.alor itself is
shortene-d and shorn of tnfio't of the oain.
We know that many doctors rec-.m-
mend it, and we kn ,v that inulti'udes
of women goi to the drug store* and buy
it because they are sure their physicians
have no objections We ask a trial-
just a fair test. There is no possible
chance of init'ry being the result, be-
ca se Mother's Priled is scientific-
ally compodin('ed. it is sold at Si a bot-
t'e and should he used during most of
the period & of gestation. although great
reh f i- experienced if used orly a short
time before '.hi',ldirth. Send for our il-
lus*rated 1)-ook alon:t Mo'the's Friend.
tIE BRADFIELD REGULATOR'.O.
ATLANTA. GA.


TO KEEP CH:CAGO CLEAN.


Chle-io o. I'nkLe n .**.I-1 I-'or. nrd ,'or
.l-ita-lepal (< a-n .tl neiom.
thl i'-t.',o''.. \\ Grt,''-li'llIlo t (t>r I:t:lI ',i,.lI <"h ;iii li'-ss ;llld
CIO. r t g ia I I;l Al i. o l 0-,l it' ioi ll ii I 'e-
mtzio al ol t r.".'.,,' it.i'< ti!;- il;<-- L' of ul;

IU1 Is 10, %% i .'lo :g1 1 A1 ,- *o 4 th
The e oo; in:.1!,te' i.0; it. 1.1 prohlbititilg
3110 p r'i-o ll (IF Io :" itli':-v tIi1 i1 u10 lie'
st re 't, ;:illt- s, iver. c-a;c i/Il a wor other
pluliclh place anLy ai-lies. gal.it t. refuse
It;r Itiit'cellan oi.4 \\1 i-itt'v. It ieru111ires
a t'IC.S, ga t lMnl ', :iul II S oella lin'oostb
waste to o' k'lt s-.-1iar.t;eii muilot Ithat a
St'>p:it'rat' I'''i,-ltie >li' shall I0' ko'pt foril
each In that linuiliiitls vai'Ih dooIr. Hlat
or story\ h l.'re' there alre. ilre than
five persons Ia reqtIiired to toe provildel
with tIliese rt'ceopt:tclo'4s. I'.o"r hiote'ls.
boarding housee' ;andI re-t:lur;ints re
e[tah'Cle' are 8 to It irovihlo0I for earlhi
2U persons
The ordiit nBi' sel for garl>i ge slitIl be of gal;iin..'.ed
iron or sto-l. w:iIter tight, with a close
fitting cover 1a11 t a o:it'-ity (f i. 15 o 2 1
gall.ous. Tih' irec-l;il'h 'tor islj's is
rt'quiredl to Iot' a wi oode'I IbrrTl,. strongg
and \% 'Il thiIl.dl. to\ :i 1 \ o.u ellecl io\ el
and a ei|:l:-it1 of at Itliist thrlet hllsh
:-ls. Tlh.- onliianie' plrov ides a loeiiNalty
for ay oel disrt ii't t Ithest, rett ii
tack's except t"'he o\nriers or lik-used
seav 1eug,'Is I'Provislon is tialte for
placlug lth' illed vetsse.'l in tlie' streets
or alleys i111l Ihtli re.-iilov l Ii tlh tf'roi, i
of the rot.-piel- ..i. \1 h lat e'ii Itlisl
ness liousIs. o I,'< bulilingis ;anil fai,.
tories a;ir ro-'iii-<'l tio iImnkv biieli pro.
vision ftor t!, ,-:ire of aslit's and waste
il1 Ilh'ir t rI'iii- '.i and their removal
I, Hilt e' -o011,tl .iotli0i of hI'aIlth may re-
llir, llutlor sliolps. truck stores,,
itioou:f. is oet'ir,.s nti the like are re-
uItlir'.l i k-'". 'p.':mlltrlllerecep taches for
,,a rl -: .1 ,.
A si' t10 I ., il oril,ii: ure re 'lite o" \\ -i- ,',o \1 :i ant lots to, cut the
..r ->. .t11,1 \\'.d>is in thI eir prIItillises at
'l-'ast t t i ;i .-';i eolinc'' in .Itine and
tl'o- in tli Algst. :anl rinovo the refuse
% t% i*, in ti\,' t lit No liI et' t'roigilh.
0,ulliii lto:-;ird. fltoo'-.r or fruit stand.
'uinl-t ch n! or \\ngoiti o any similar
'tainl is allo,\iled t1o o(-cup a place ill
'i on1 ; s re'o't or alley 'Uitihoit first
'.n .l: to'tllri'dl ;:i prn'llllt ft mlll ht\ Co i
'tosin.tie'r'. f h.tal h niiol public works
I ho t io.kln oir :'--. I:'it;.: rof fruits-. ra s.
*.I rron :it.l ::iLk of ail klinls on lth1 e
ohu.t:l .'s i< [.',l'rl.ti.d. 4\0tml4)ow wash
I. \\i ]tlhIn I ," t' 1t ot f thle' sklO-walk
:n,0' ii,. ,,, :.1 4; W or s'Oruill,;1!iL :i f hor hl
\ t:ilk- ari' .:o'i.i o rtol ,ot\Vw e 'ii 7 o''-lo'k
'n the' niorili't; Po i I 0; o'clock' in the

I it o IIa .I l t'T1tIt fil f to t iiT-ow or givr
na:y in :%inn ltill or ottairwa:y. street or
alle'y or oltl! 'pu lic'i< pa1n, t- ll' .l y Ipaltl
phllet. po'-to'I or other prlntedt matni;r
il' f*o' ilso ; .i'.itr-l I'roar iesoi) n ar eliaole
ror the' ic-o:tintiiv-o o4f -taoll,'s or ot!e'r
pln-s \ 'vlwir : lit':ils :;r-' kept. I'enral
ths ftor v ordllati i'olaqiltv- Is provie -l for b'rilAinz or at-
temnpting to tbrilM' n 'seat ,nc'r-


mla scsteai
Little' iolwe'rt 1:1 lihow" "eutlelyou
IPr4lotiounev cItitn v. -"nch'llt (1',*awu't',"!
NI in- NIillvi *ym s- 1I onoi'I lronetluo.-u' it
If ancte' mt iel twh wirdiii the' trnq-
mtetjool. it' a oritiko, it licoile'file
wihe'r f'o'Ile'r's. talo'.----*loteag i Tmeq-


F'RANK J. CHNEY makes oath
't h.e i the senior partner of the ,. lI
:-":nofF J. Cheney & Co.. doing .


twwz- pimnlie. u nen. evi-L oar uenity pre-'0
ine.ditaled tne for a bitrglar, or she
woulodn't ha' pi'es.'nteol me with a big.
cluui~y paw all a Kerviceably thick 'ead.
['.litoo aien yon the 'ufjlt)?r
"My latest failtire. A corn merchant
uoafl41 Jlavok~oien w's froom Hull to the
ex~o-. x-hatuge every Tue'sday to collect
ni-ono-y 'owine to him. lie gathihet about
A2.01111pree'ry tinie.'lip always carrie's a
1111e-14ling ii IiIthill)'*-
"11 iliotI %n'onee. while lie was haring tea
"tt N B o."1t11ii:1iit. ,2111lias tlthe-e wRsU't a
'evnt iti-otoi I Pti)it back m;gain. w'ber'e I
'fPoiunol' iit. 1 it.ine i.' inoiriips anft!I foiundl
that. 9 -fore lont-iiig L~e'els.. he. changed
all hit e-a~sl Onto hiiiiit, ulgiup. (,,B' the sake
BadInvlint id lin *'vi'rr one of hit'po Icke tq,
lont n INrI'-V 11I IItooto'I- t Iio4 1 1 ti 1l1. I (I J1' t

T4, I -ottI pot-A I i eni 01
like no -1u- t~. l iooo11igi h 111:t 11 (1o
I'! Y I; it. .,
:4.1 o I toOB -Iri I %(, i'I.r 11:4 ~ tt. t
to '-:41.'1- -,llc h 'iiil ot hi ru-lll
li~o it ro ~. tilif' I o.o"ltot o~' 'l oqo

t1tl ltt11'.4.i l
4 It: o'- t. J I, 1 t io I i- '-olt- I I II11 e'L.j4
1, .11. Let d, t"' I'ol ofI tletitlll A sh o t. o m.ll
I'oBi ;,% f1.4 01 d to. 1.'.4,11ull .0 iljot. NtltitI
it' a !te-u. fI1 h1;il lit.S4041114.1 taken Ili-;
ItIIii'- i o :I Iot o' I o I.% i':il .ttl4ol rl 1):t- wie-e'



.111, t l 'Itv wIB'o l 0 i IOI 0llthe icketl0iB
e & a Liv;1 11. 4, i~ t,1nL t til t- itoiii'ov.
t0io- f st~ It. lI.tll, I 4. ~0Ilt~l 4-1 icket,1


li li :II

lii i- :1 iit ~ :01 lit'.II til teof 1[114 -n

''I :ozi g al 1o 4 g-1-gii-'I 1N 111.14'


s. oge l\% I Ih a :'ol 00 01 4r. 0 WI eI I''-. tI m


.1 :,I,, g oai took I lX41'oou Ni t-. ifJack
SiO-1 ,l l :Ito lile' ",! I ti le lao'-o l
V1i11 at oa o looIti. ooioo 1 tit le fli t ho01 i.- o, 'ere




a Wo h-Ili. t-n: JI.1o1Af-f l oO-It'~l lt
*41'. 1, 1"hi .4:i ho ..I %% -.Iit B i I ,44
~Itv at ";1,4. B Mi Ltook:.oo4It. lioo-o' 4)it h iIaiio
.13f ii' t' f- I lit' o ex il i i.' lootor oa

a t.1 l II -#giti- In l) 'I I o 4-4111lit'' a tl's
NV etiIB IaItI I ~- 9 r-4 11 11'et It0 att Ilt:
4 Nit I n-_r1-k .
1114-11 M r l t.iit\i%.lhost.o(.i 41:11 an
x%#~iot '-lij..!. ol li V-olo- itIhel in tliif-
"W I). 'n Il ll Iko t:'iBll e'- 0J*4l if t l t-4'
he'f-it Itoo. ai-t h.. io l e'et i a itfill loot i.- Il

hi 4) htt~i v on a ('0) isil'B s t' Bill Still
bin, -is flitat N.'"it-.ol noit lieii h-ad ii
i' u e~l.-r iilro.'lit, toou-. iisvl. antdi in this
Ilil eot-tt of lulitiff S .NhO iall oighedl' t (01
-Sf 'tv I' llIii,-iin'kite mst 1i 0,-llet%.'.1iiol e'iite' '.l
he J11,h': CoolIo itiei athli- 4 -4-113 $ 1104'litN ii
hIT-iJs-et-oi own dv~dhsdl n lt
Ne'ttInoortihoghe' re'aid nthle afoollow-
itt'ii,. f io 'M'114 e oin th nidily th an 'l':
''.hui'ont Ioote in'd.ili[to- pro'- it one' ~
e-'.of fill-'infornieffition thtsatnti. Jackson.
Next moitrn ing ol'iItill.ea drthe ed a ioidg

n i~lo-,'ol wh It '* t ra v #'IliItg loy ra iI f rou
I., ..ol to. Ild Inst'l iight. Mr. .1acko.. nit i
Rt -zt rllgglilot unosrelia nt. atiol. alt h.otoghlith.

f Ii t .o-t _q I q it e ni'oitnt ,'-tnl it r


-Loindon Telegraph.

Maklaig a Will.
The man ior wtnoman wlho has annt estate
that warrants the making of a will and
h:a a nunmilber (of ibe;tic stle to make
invariably ii(vites a lot of litigation if he
or s ip attemonpts to i' t uip a testament
without the<' services of H'I attor-ney.
Many peculiar wills are filil- of record.
and scarcely a dny paslse! at the regis-
ter's office that there is not a dispute over
th, meaning of thiis. that or the other
clause of some testament arittten by the
testator. A document wans nder discus-
sitn the o-ther day atinoni the clerks of
the office which did not leave much
do-nht a' to what the testator meant. lie
was a (erman. Like many persons who
reward some o! their heirs before writ-
ing their will and then cull attention to,
the fat'! in O'h"' ill in order to avoid a.
conte-'. tthii t;,!'ninn had given $&500 to
his ; son 4;ui-Itive' t.fwer writing the will.
This i! how he made note of the fact. "To


e.p. q.m.... a.W.. ..... .


SLOGAN'S LINIMENT
Removes Curb, Splint and Cippcd ]lock.
It will surely kill a Spavin and the mav it
relieves Sote Tendons is marvelous. Re-
member this is not a cheap sash, but a
PAIN RELIEVER,
and a wond,:r in its penetrating powers.
This llelmet will ot Scar or Blister.
fI ry Befte is Warrnted.
Prce, O0c. and $1.OO a bottle. Sold by all Druggists
and dealers iia mcdii ,ane,.
Powaibce m DOn. EARL 0. LOAN, BOSTON, MASS., U. 8. A.
011fmff.W ........rMMWW^


BOOM IN IDAHO.


onmtr-et'(to n .f n t'nl!rad'l Beneafit
Teosesm 0nS Iingi I.Ine.
V -1'*-ii ; '.I.. i.'10oyiig a hoo111 as
i rosstl of iie> reconstruction of the
'ivE-n tieils rik ili'road and the prospect
!:it the No'.adn. t'alifornia andl Ore-
ion :1i!- o\\wn T'!Tr't :ir-e lhott 2..0 itY. It it simply impossible to get
!''<-p:'t:g it.o'o oitil't luo ltuioisi as nil the ho-
'els ll.i Th'oTe F I seShtt ll to be doing
i hIloluidl' I, usinss. anill a tInumbr of
)''i.-k tiil.lugs itoe' being constructed
in *Ne'vw T.c* ManVy )of the people'
or. livee, i;! rt nts until the buildings
IttIll l 1 t: i: -h .
It |00ili i, id that \Veisir will share'
!i I1,..- r I!t i '; t w il set i'i for 'asttrh'
pr.o in HitoI priil. andi lhe hboom now
l-.In td vlO l It;,' tmior,'e tier ly \t"While
I rI't ioN)i :il\ waiys follows a booonm,
' "e'' a.r. Inliilntiit;is that pMint toward
' iso.r b.''t-o itii.i tin iiim polt l rt cit ty
It ia ill n thel o' 'it'r of :1 s pl'endid agr
*lnitu AIl Ha miniling district. 'I he rail-
*.ool w l to\v t,< oi. bIuilt has for its oh-
J.ttiv e point hie famous So'evon i)evils
opploer district. s.aid to be ft he Imost
*\t, si\ o ;f llit ill the worlil. \dsc's'r
will ile'et-:st'rily get 'considerable of the
ene'tit of t!i' trade which will flow
from thllIt re'lon.
'Th1l i.w' railroad compaiiy thas built
a tinle ,!Oepl)l at We\VlIsr and is ope-.rat-
ing tralts f('r a distance of 30 miles
out. Evo ry pay day about 2,.u) muen
are paid off in \Veiser. and money is
p.elntiful following such occasions.
The other cities along the new line
are shari-ng in the' geitral prosperity.
At NinIIpa a large siugr factory is be-
Ing e'e cted.

Greatest Inlasad Cotton Market.
Ardmore. I T., is the greatest bland
cotton market in the world. Each year
over 50.,40W)0 tles of the southern staple
are mnirktkeld thpre. This includes oily
cotton which is b t night luto town by
wagonl. In addition the re'eepts by
railroad ar I- large. The planters for
t)1 mil's around'l bring Ith r cotton Into
Ardliotre toI le sold. luring the sea-
out1 the' roads and wagon trails lead-
ing io, the ity arpl dottedot with the
.aii.;-l(ii'rs of tlh drivrTs. who oftten


<'atp out fotr siteral nights on
way from nthe fl'dls to market.


HAIR BALSAM
u ue besatoine the hair.
SP ARKER'Snigrowth.
N~ev Filto Resore Orano
mmur to its Youtbili Color.
C~mm P-&;p doamser & ha-vir ij.Ln




Waited to buy all *: '.,r.
wand Furnliture rckandiss. At
iddrert So' 1A2


DR. WM


(.DEWBREFRR'


MICEt- Batinab Bros.' TrTlrI? 'It c r-






80meopaltic Physlclatia and eg Fn
Late ..r Ct-ala. Fla.,
-Moers hig profetuo~onal service% o.,ttho citi
zi-n!- of IBB,,ow.-In.
Espe''iaI tent iqwn von to iii.-' tr.'-' in- ii
of Chromi ie 1-Aa..( i trd i o f,
Womn io- 'd I lihlor ii.
Thirt v Years I'rtctlce mte Iu h- 4. oh.
4 ifi-liev Hurs: t U. M. ito IL;iM.. 2 ito 4 P. in.
Residence Phone No. 2kJ.



Dr. Wilmor S. Ha/I,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Temple. Phone 364.


LOD1.GE IREllCTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola Ledge, No). 3. K4 of'P ,
mo'etstevo-ri'Mondrii- even-
In llutchin~oii bali. W'o.;
I iti t'.l-rdenia it r'-Pt.
Vi'oitinv b~-tbreii cordilaly

H. tlow'ii~.I .


their W W
W. O. W.
I- -


vPra nr. Oak Camnp No 1 WoI.dnian o'fth.
Prnrtl eni noono I r i.
A Fe'lic'thiii ; ,affioit to ti)nle a perma- Wiorldl.
litlit display of Or'g ioni products for the Moot, t'-It andl t hilr F'ritly nlti'it iii
elglohte'ml'lIi( oft % isitol's ail rangers k ,b i F t;I iv ti 'ole H .WIA'; iVl-',
to P'ortlatIl A ('ot0ti ittue v as recent- L M hKooKs. I' .rk I "
ly appointed b tlhei echliatnlr of com- .
mnerce to solicit funds for the new lit- MI1-CANTIL. PLOTE riVv s ti
mig-ration tiuro'au. The committee re- III__
ports excellent success. The railroads offlee ofr t- ,' ro-tiry a' C'u ier'o.
have contributed lIlerally and are as- MIn.. II. us-,
slsting in gathering the exhibits. The Holds 'u-"tine, on c!i ,f tho. i're-rl.ont.
bureau will cost about $2.500 a yea Tha *'er-. tarv a l o-v.toi- t.l e'otir' rs1. t,,
Ios Angeles spends $40,000 and SanJ the lrMterestLof hbeA' calt ,' lI.
Francisco 60g.000 a year on such ex- ABE iANMELA. 're-ldt. n.
hbhlta.-Northwest Herald. t0Meretanry
F. B. Thirkleld. Health Inpeector
of Chicago. aray: "Kodol Dyspep-
aia ('Cre cannot be recommended I a A1
toro highly. It cured me of severe
dyspepsia." It digests what you 'ThesetinyCapsulessresuperior
eatand cure indigestion. heartburn to Bahlam of Copalba,
and all forms of dyapepsta Hargls' | bebe and Injections.
Pharmacy, John Saeppard and S ]Theycarein48hourathe
Kahtn. s diseases without anyincr.n-
O A.-M -1O1 T a. iA"vcen SOLDBYALLDRUGGISTS

%an otazs /y 7,Z/7^SM --

J. BIEBIGHAUI'S.E U, U
The Plumber, Steam and Gaa Pitter,
desires to inform his friend" and pa- N I 1 U T I
trons that he is located at 129 Wc3t
Government street, and is prepAred GINN.l l [ nC1
6. A., ..- -_ .11 tI;-i-A -f J,- if


F. C. BRENT.
rreildent.


WUHH KNOWLES.
Vice- President.


W. K. HYF'. JR.
Cahbler.


J. 8. REU3.
AssI Casher.


First National Bank

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLEB, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W 49 H V It J
D. G. BRENT.


Frnp ui Boic upku OU W IL


LW"We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain. Ireland
-rmany. France. Austria, Italy. Holland. tlpain. Belglum, Bases. Nor
,y. Sweden. Denmark and other European eointriee.

J'Vessels Disbursed apon the Moss Favorable Terms, and theory
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deslanation Ten or Piftoen Day
afterr Vessel Arrives there

fcty Deoposit Boxes for Re t in Oe"aoetloe
wiMt whloh we hawe a Pritvat Apartmeut fb the UVe
of R]mtfmxs



A. M. AVERY,


IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


--larclware,

[ron, Nails. Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat kupp llee, Cookltp
and Heating Stoves. Paiut. Oils and Window Glass,

Agate and Tinware and Iousefurnishln; Goods
nuns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rollin Mills Company, Revere Mlan.
stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, L*0,'. Ran*
Powder Company, Johnsoan' Kaaomine, Iron hang m n Buck's Mtoves
and Ranges, "m flnoup A&o 's nw 4-d, .mao, L**t -i ..
d- ,. i iroa Colors.
Masonic Temple, Peni wola, Fla.

E.TABLIRHED 1 62.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
DOALAS 3I 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardmare,

6I"M r 41)-M t. P". %1 '-X .TK ,-V'T

,wVKRE OPPVR ':<>MP\X'Y, J'HN % **lIN 'r4A[, 'V Y rZFr VIR F kopv 4 ?,1 7- .


Inf~tot i'ieart I-' -


C Nc'Kenzio Ot ortilig ('Iollpet't mug AK-
t~t~i't obfl


iI itoo -r t r P'i 0-,' liHe lo evolol't Awhol-


THE ORIGN' AL---a _,


ST LOUIS


A B.C.


BEER.


->V. J. ViDbh, S)1. Wbolesaler.-

1113 f i:sKIf. 89413113 wiIE11maigP 1OAD f1B 111c

Paul Joues ani Nco Spruijs '"McbratcI Ihislics
~TRY qI8OJILI OF NCY1011TONc.
I'HON 154. 113p* bIt5N7.M
J170 & FAMILY TRADF SOLICITED)
rrfe#. 1s-llve-rv rto AnyPart of the I I '.
f~ ~ilo~rde~rs left at Tb.,o fe"..V i al a 14mith, will teoo arofuiij
mtto-uded to.




a-P K0 P It TOR 0 V 0--

CRONIeS SAhLOON
0 DEIALER IN-0


Impo~tled and Oompstic WIv~s, Liquori and Filars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


IR1 .9 7oIotIff,1-14 V v'i IoI ut.


P VSioPAf'AT.4 P'.A


Do You Want P yft

'I'o Be Pretty?WI & ,


ATTENTION, LADIES I


Ziao~~ '-'.~- 0 .'-qte' air,


Chines-4 and J.tvanese


Are you sunbarr.ed. a.
reddened by heat florid Fancy Go ds,- *


-iR your comI
bad?
We'v3 got. tf e


plexion


righ,


N410 :1~ -lifto oici or t.


thing For you: H ti t'I I-;: 1 .


Cream De B aute. f....%.'-'I- % t
. '4 fr lb o
-i ,- 0 '. .-it ,,'o tt tba g titn a
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier It o-." *l "b ." ,
will remove frecklPs P: m rm .'6 0.. ,."U .r .4 Fa, I
and make the skin ' r o" r. *"'eal- o:pfa.*
clear and sm ,oth. T:- ,, .A.. ,. ,,: .*:i.
ll:tlp. M t.)V i &e -r |" -. lb:4 p IV


pill g ie t '*


mmmmmmmmmmm


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TrHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 2. 1900.


~~n~.l5ginna oC1111)Makes
1i.1add it
T!.... fir ll- it hr~le : club
'.24d a do. i t.I A:t Ve a'ilc~ra

f -.I;- -M inr~ n~ nl-

A t I. I ovi-.td a l ri.



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WORCESTERSHIRE


Beware of Imitations
John Duncan's Sons, Agents. New York

In ('nIgrc&%..
WA -.itNO;TTo. F'di. 2 -Ihf- Way
.nrd una"ti-iccmnrnittetl ha" agr.~ed to
th-' bill to' Ti tke tli. ('Ut:- ''on Poito
Rien w~o,pd-A 2.-iper Cent. S,-,..ttcvr Al-
,*.:i lntr4.duti(4d a ro-..ulutiuii cilliug
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T4I .& n'i -xprc-s tI P r~q.t iirf ( tf
jt Ei-i Ptir i i r. cif 112-5 Ho4)w#ar d
r.~1 :,a:Br.Ku. ,;*oN.-w I)-c.'v-

(-Ui--ed ier tof a lncking ~cilugilthat1
f,,r iii.tny v ha:A-.t.-ul n-e lift, a bur-
Ail-t Oi .t.erit-niti-dle't and dc'c-
tot c"I u ii i e her no help, hut sh~e
n~iv% tat thi- It-oval C-ur.---it soon rs-
uice1tik pain i ,n mxy chest anid I
Call H1o sii loj undid !Moin-th ing cI
(-ani Kc('8-* 1v ratiuieben doing beforp.

:1 rdiI~I~Otw~ UnIivera~o.'' -So will
t-vo.-ry cmorarwhoi trietii Dr. King'A Nuw
yi ~ci. for aniy trouhllu of the-
Ti. rwait. c he-t or JLuiig!,. Pric.- Wf.1.
m'isd $1 40). Trial bottlt-i fre-e at W.
A. I) A l-mbot-o'-,IDrug MStore; every


i.vn pelt orf Wi aitIher.
The n-iltr i of high iroineter arr--
r -;,r- !]*i- drif-.d ito the SouthI Atl;.ti
tit co i-t. accompaniiid by cluar
ak. free,-.'i g tt nitperature, andti
I-A.1vy fro,-. -utliA>-rd to Petiisaco4la
Sanll J-wtk- viiVill.
I' t" tirian-t* r ha- fall :i and it i-
' I' i ti.all w;armital i the di-trij t-
w.,-t of tihe M isi- -i: :,- river.
N1tiii,. tN-lair-!itttl:' ran-e from:r
2 .1- r- :** v z--r.. t St. P l nti(ld
Mtnin. t,-. to .,-A ddr. e tit Ke \
It ~ ill rrow w.trml-r with ii4'ers,-


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V6 IIill 0 "l ti t-ill a l i ri.Tm-11'ptl-t' oa
I icr-, H'iIs -eloons, Corrtir. talt ,-kjii
Fliipmi- IS. -st Pilet.cure tillear-thi.
(aiix 2.5 Ccit- ialbox. ( 'uire guarati-


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4:. i.~ t .vi n tit is '! i---t, 4 ralo'li% co
::. i 'A..t I .1 iit -*i-.-t 4 ruainiaas 3-g.

N E.1:2 '-t (3,'sden -n "iet. 5 4rtoin~inh,
It a, irna~l.. let --'i-agiig 'le-=ir'-dei cllat our
flc ti-1w*- uti 'utift our 1-, t '.i'u.
(,- -h -nti-tl .lig in alllin -*- taf tho
c W .~ eam. i it-aIi(ustrtc'r5fur Utramginin i
R eal EI--ale. %titt havoc on our iaotk- %fevoiral
I,.;d*V t-.irshl.- oni-'- iin lie twt.t part s of the
.-Av. We miatbiretorc-.ent 103 flriat-kias% F-ire'
-I-i ;iuatw4'-.ctinpanIc-s. and NasA p'av- ,-our
I n- t rx OIkc I tlj 11,0- u rau~et of preni pt pay-
F-.t 'itat-r ufo''iaatiin. writo to orcarll'i
u3Pt 01 Tat SA WATaSoN &4 0..
L0a'dins t1:-afl i-btatoe aud iGnthl ligto.


Robert ltephens. Z L Nabers and W.
T. Hand, with a capital stock of 140,-
000 The new company has purchased
valuable mineral lands in northern
Biount county and will open extensive
mmnes at once to which the Louisville
and Nashviiie will build a branch line.
The total expenditures will exoeed
$100,000. ____ ___
North Stat.'s Slxth 31ill.
RALI-IOH. Feb. 1.-The state has
granted a oharter to the Arlington cot-
ton mill at Gastonia, capital 130,000,
stockho'ders G. W. Rc.gan, L. L Jenk-
ins, (_. E Adanms, J. D Moore and A.
A McLean. Tue muli is authorized to
mik- yarn, rope and cloth; to dye,
bleach, print and finish, to gin cotton
and to make cotton oil. This is the
sixth mill chartered this year.
Turned to l).-'th Is a (Car.
Bo o 'Vi.I. Miss., Feb. l.-W. T.
Ethbridge, an old and well known rail-
roa~ man, was burned to death here
lai.r ntght in his boarding oar. He was
f(r *man of a gang now laying steel
near this place. Tue origin of the fire
is nsiertain and it is not known
whether he was suffocated or murdered.
He was a resident of Jackson, Tean..
where he leaves a family
PI'hipt hI Now V-ry Weak.
Naw HAVEN, Feb 1.-The condition
of Edward J. Pi'elps. ex minister to
England, is unchanged today. His at-
tending physician says that the pneu-
monia hbas disappeared entirely and that
no danger is anticipated from that
source But the severe illness has left
Mr Phelps very weak and has condition
is considered most critical.
(i.nadtcn .M..rch-Ant Kickig.
GADIrn-K. Ala, Feb l.-The Gadsden
merchants and cotton men claim to have
been done a great injustice by the rail.
roads pooling on charges for handling
cotton. Vigorous kicking has been done
and may result in the railroads making
proper amends in the future.
Britons C ('aptur Prleska.
CAPE Towx. Feb. 1.-A British force
with artillery is reported to have ocu-
pied Prieska and is now encamped there.
Prieska is on the Orange river. 10
miles below Orange River station, ad
west of Kian irley.
l',:r Stho I Suipurintendleti
To the \ noterA of F-'caitlila Cou4inty:
I lih-retiv announce nivelf a caniliate. fo
Rulperintnrli-nt t' t'utl I l n.istrttiion fo
I E-'t-ihti county and ah k tie suppjrtof m:
frl'-ilnd aud vo ri g'niorallyv.
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HEN A WOMAN
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M; all -he wi hies ui
great is:tisfaction ti
vl-it a half dozen stores to complete yorT purcha-ei. W
Ican b -isired in Dry G(.od1 and you will tfid Our Dei


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One Case of 100 Dozen Children's and

Hose, good value, 5c pai


SrTARTO- OTTI7OBU'Y,
w where hie can secu e
itler one r< if. Th 1 re i-a a
iat you do not need tj
e LA,:iv everything that
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MIARITIME@
A I-RI VED AT 4L7 -RANTITZK.
%or bk Lady t3Iadvit. 12-N. Jacobsfen. Lon-
don to i'eusacols Lutuber Co

Rr sch Delta. 9?%7. *tmanIt by -1, (0 for
Po..i t -if $psin. Trwinidd. with 24-5 iAki s ft
mumber, valued at StoiWl
It WE Iabide. -3.-U. chiaffino. by Baars. Dun-
wiod'i- v(tsfior v(i~.i'e. c'hoi. I i &ity ti: i
li~'74ift luniher. 417.;;.4%,s ft tiviber. vitiued


Hir o. Hoiddam. Fi eliniin. enoa
A m ii Lt Arch at C Wu.0a riierixivi:. N,.--
Yo)rk
8' bs:Il ieta~f. bifliti.U.Port of 6pamn
4? QUAkAPATTWK
Er himi Al ac% Hrati- t'iis. I 1amiioid.
H avania. to Rixi M 1- dpitix~ot
hu --I~p Cuc'i ii i -. 17! *1. Pu rcl'run. Wt st
Ilurtlepoul. to W 1L Wit LiCb &.Vu



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CENTRAL ROAb A WINNER. NA VALTORM MARKET.
8uprme C E ionton Folk. N ur. A. M. Moms A Cu.
ATI.ANTA, Feb. L.-The suit of the os.
W .H............8 6 H ............ i
state o' Georgia against the Central w ....... ... ....................
railroad, in w aoh the latter was ......... ......- ..........-- ......-
leged to be in violation of paragraph 4, K .. ........ 10 D ........... Ia
..ction 2, article 4 of t.e constitution 8R i.... re T IP1-M e nt
of the state. has beeu finally determined
tasl decision handed down by tWe an- Comfortable mattresses,
prewe court.; pillOWS, etc., to go with your
Under the opinion of the court of ap- nnll furniture. You can
peals., which sustains the decision of buy the whole outfit from.
Judge Hart of tue Ocmulgee circuit the Marston, Finch.
Central rallroa, is not guilty of lessen. -
aug or attempting to lessee competition
in the sense of the oonstitut.on, and the' 3 ,', -_
Purchase of the Middle Georgia and At. ....A D-. cva.ing nt for
lantic railroad and the Eaitoton brainc ne-w ar.ieve which seil readily and
rai.road at Eatonton is bhld to be legal witli larg- profits. all niorninioi aftt.r
and the operation of these two roads by o'c ck at Library 1111ll aidl tiive.tilf'e.
the Central cannot be enjoined. t
The iuts against tne entrai was ina- -n.'- A. II-.
gurated by the citizens of Eatonton, ..-- ...----------
Ga., who claimed that the Oesaral by oltS Ail.E-Two six-foot sho1w a- W- with
the purchase of the Middle Georgia and F stand-. Apniy at nom :, F.:-hr ,.ithil-
Atlantie, had materially injured the inii. p-IthlrS, touthii alahfox trect. .'fit*
business prospects of the town by de. -
stroyiug whatever competition had ever V
existed there. OPERA HOUSE.

TRAINMASTER FORD QUITS.
He Becomes uperlatrudent on the 3E "t MQlDA, '4B. 1
Plant systm*. 11TIXO E0Y I1' 9 *
EIRMINOHAM. Ala., Feb. l.-H. A. ---
Ford, trainamater of the Kansas City, o;ilginal and Only Productioni of thle(iorge-
Memphis and Birmingham railroad, ,ha o Fairy spectacular Extravaganza.
tendered his resignation to take effect J
today. JACK AND THE
Mr. Ford will accept the position of
superintendent on the Plant system at
Gainesville, Fla., made vacant by the B
appointment of Superintendent Den.
ham as general superintendent to soc-
oe*d Bradford Dunham. ItlFDl I) 4 AST
It is not yet known who will succeed
Mr. Ford as trainmaster of the Kansasi Cxort-L orf ifty !
City road, but she names of J. J. Con. ,Ii t X-i xi v Pi!"|P.Kl I 1itV.P~ prnlli "os'
nelly. yardmaster ia this city, and W. w.tai 'ito wealth of %l-.-:, dni Et--,t
B. Leonard, a well known con-Juotoron which hbraiti.-te'!Zrid iite llucc li-
the line, are mentioned in tais connec- ";I. Ihen%.'
tion.
------ Inor .t *k, Vi tr,.s Mary. little Ml-.
Will Op-rate learg- Milaes. ~ 'li-t. Miiinbil, i g i oi M" th- r
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Fib. L The : IJ t L Ma-. Thee Ue l Frt.i,. "iTler Ittu-
South MountainL Uoal and Coke cornm. i fll BlaclLkbiid,.FniiiuPu ''dtt U-ar idNv-
pany has been incorptorAted here by t ..... -. --- --


1 $illia.,m loljoM&6 A on.





Spring Opening *


O Of Our New Lines Bo\s' Shirt \Vaists

of Gent's Negligee and Shirts. Celebrat-

Shirts.- .- ed "Griffon Brand."

Full Li I f Styl,-v w irh int l v:l !,. ti ('. liar-; ('Color-t (I iia ran-
'* *i by t:, .i;,k is, t -I' Pri,, ly l. andrit .


SEseci.il Attc.lo H Is railed to Br ice ot Boys' ac YTotlhs' Gols.

-S-=LADIES' WAISTS.- p
Thi- ,rticl. o4f F iini 1 >,. w 'ii 4 'vili t 'j.| ;,,r as **'ver. Our
pU I :a h1 v i--t-1 lar., .. -' I - .it ll ui ti t lop
S*' %. i. S li.. * i? .. 7

Having Finished Stock Taking we find our-
S. selves over stocked on some goods and
.pr~ipcJc .o u.'..:aCt. this week.


SPEIA LS.

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Sl ain I llie Tait 'l' i;ia, -'.' ,' ,. .i'-',, '[ .. . ..' . i5 )
Sbholtw of any J k t .t i f ....
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HEa TING STOVES,


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PENSA()OLA.


D.nnhei.ser Bro.,

AGENTS.

A' So01dby I, PF ry an'i Wim Yatcs.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.---R

Prompt Delivery and Sat-,faction
Guaranteed.

Dannheiss r Bros,


PlIone No. 11G.


P. (. Box 2,l


Railroad Extoihngp. Phoroe 26iS.


COFFEE!


COFFEE!.'


I wish the general public
to know that I have as cown-
plete a coffee roasting plant
as there is in the state Cool-
er, Stove, Separater. Chaff'
:Blow, r, all combined, and
that I am prepared to fur-
L 7 T -1 7 P -I. 1 7


Nfr-a. J. K. Miller. N'Pwtasn Harni-


h~ ~ ~~I eulr-'r. i. l i a it-i ii(I.

I'htrwalry. John tShep~ird. S. Kahin.

J. 1. Mt'pphpnq has a largA aqsort-
menzt of S, idI Mterlir~g Siver and
Rogs-r' Knives, Forks and Sp..ons


~ NI-TI' E thofa[hei. %(nr ta
Iftdy 4, ;vi 3 w Ii I he rv.Jpf i- I e
fv r dclii c,.ractruet ty towi
ert,-' of bald ve'svl.
Cn-C. $JAI("Ip4RN.
Ee~a~ia UitC ( apta' n.

N 'frriti-it th catitai'm. twn.
~ er~ii'.r cn-Ini-es of tbA I :atI-
ii hk BHersha4Itev .*will t),-r. -
v.'- .f r ce ~fl ~~~I
by ',he crew of said ve-s. I


jiars, I lunxk'l1o Co
q :-iges


C4a-liA.
CA MIIT


mm

MAIS WHIIAKER

DEMONSTRATOR FOR THE


AmBI m 9 M


COOK ING STOVES


PLL PRICES.


!Uilliam 3ol!!+o1 & .


TIiL}; TABLE.

T OUIRVILLE AND NAt HVILLE RAILROAD.
IN 1-: V f(;* IAN I l -i 7., 1-,


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A -rmii.


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7 I. i p II
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IBE WEEN PEN SJCOLA AND JACKSONVALI'E.


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PRIZ M E0i4 0>111 AND G Nd BALL


e Thursday, Feb.


8.X$


The Regular Monthly Drill of the Chipley
Light Infantry wi!l be held in their Armory
Thursday Evening, February 8, to be followed
by a Grand Ball A Special Train will be run
for the convenience of patrons along the Dum-
my line.


I


Hr-%M r~ova, t ivth, to B) asa,'. Piii-
itr rliarl im.otr, 1'13, Bt,-. !o H-aar-, lDuin-
wi (IV & ('
A u-t JennyflV.ii'. Puit ~ci. cid for Tries?..
I-ptn ILeontora.I.1-' ,vt'iit ir.7si, to Gulf
rrina I t 4 0
Nor Nordpol. i%4e'(. Stoltzl. to StLwr!',1 'tin-
W(,(Iy & 4Vii
bi lit&g. 1;0:.. Bruce, to Uti~ll Transit Co
k II'
It Avon. 1601. Schta~lInn, to Ittssatco rov
H-um Barrowdale. I11Y7, Pat tersen. to 11
H Botaer
Nor NMorma. 1r,1I. K rale.. to order
I t Va i jI ou, .io,011. )iv ar It o Iosssc.o B rwi

Nor Ast'aluan. al.-).GultrariniN-1n, to 9 S l.Co
It U m A ut u bIr v '::,F Ia nd t-r, to otInle r
It A 5ot-tm o 'irrizatio. Iti'"_, Towiran
FItii nia' to o-rder
It Avvtai nae C. 772. Hra~izie. to ltaar-. Dun-
wt (IV & 4'o
it M -uh alMvre. 7-Q, Hpt~icarsna to
it o r,agl i.-rfoo, iiil Cot a. to BHanr', Dim
W.Ay & Co 4
%(P:- i pnric ibs4en. tC9, tiabrilelsen. to order
ltui II i 11, 74, K ar ibial. tw iiitier
N Nur Ili4-it 1103,4 b-eu. ild for Hu'-iioq Ayr..c
Ic Itwo. ;34 ..hiafflnui, edOfor sL Yituivec-
A-hift. 1TIldv
Nor K..1y. 432. Froidrekson, to P~aurs. Iun-
wuily A to
No,,lrLrei. -r. zrseni.to W 13
K -y-%e-r &,
.Nfr Ii pht-l in. 1!2-,. i-ed-t i-n. to Pc'nsaccol
Lbr 4o
ItIl'ro-.perl~ino. 1', Do. s-pto A' 1, Wit-
t telli & Coi
Ntor Rubtaia e4 Italisen. to I'rliaco!tt
Lumbeiir C,,
N' mer lIie ~.II&i~to tO i-rc1~
(..mr-ujvurvus, .-"71. Lil.ttia. ia tlutrb. Dun-
I t Aar& t all no. 6.4-, Aiig li, to HaamIDun-
WAPOiY r 40

N.,a Vigo Mo. ~. 1ru-o-'.r'. IiW AKev-ei

Aii n VhInnhi I. 7v~. i-Stor, to)EK 1.atinn-


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rBK DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON4 FEBRUARY 2. 1900.
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B I EIAK 5a t it, Wl.Ioeate D~ealcr. Pen -acola


Ohir nods'# any It.


tion c'eu fa t ot.- r xx 'rk. A otatg
w-4,t.nitttt ''lo Idi r"'-T. i trunirimeut.
frwi. I''- S W4Vx',.r-NJil~t-h'l.- tiad It P ttlauli-I
phia& MIJ1 %x'. 1* N.,r% -r' itnl 41'of' luau(10-ti14I041.
vt a rt'.-ew ''i-~~'tin of 1- lim'tivia.1t
thajt a t:*w i,t~:4t a jegmi~rtiIjtmuti. g~ft


ar Ij Himmi-l!i''. x?. .-.t- ill
%adt-"iI 'Fit- 4 -'-tn r a ai N.9tal-

ti.. diti xx atuvia t.' *11a,- tt.tviuat-t):I-Put






pt teSlt l -'[i- r i'hntul.-'zrxjan mu t I


tunattle 41'r-:-k. wo-Atill takenor i'Tat-


C i-vv tid f-r s Idt.o bc t...-
Tho'lii'flt- x iady il h-r.i i-. t 4 ft ,vw mx tii)-l


dieskri'taa il dtha i' tip fr io- andsiled
va-!.:; ii tltc rtn'tt let xt',,. tii-r i..n

%rittg at ogif 't' t I'.,Ot Iiiir



they brin notit) to 4,:4. thuii',' i..t :


snaynlall rtheto-x I it tin teat '. l t114t).--:i
amid twill be xii f.'lt udttti 't S.- t i
wil ou tit w1 4-






brin iit toti ,!wt ~.i
.1. tplat-r'. and -hwi- ld ttup -:-'

It thiig O ctlI ha' 40141#r I: ll.- l~ '~~ttt
for (-imv.T-- .iatY ). 'svl ,'cL l

they t oiti e tiolT'it' xx -w 1- 0 iivt it' Illw


SllW oi i "ti Ha ketllM.

rlann 0,f t I.. 1iu T,,:. ,'f tli '7 r r,,'n ?
toI a nt-''-- to I; t :' o n ,r1 w I .
thne .r'4., 1t 43 *, t; Ti i ,' c 'l li ii i :- i-
tr "; v,.1t <>\< l' r ,-;-:.. rily 'in an
,-d *i of thle lE:'iNj:w '' I'nlil. tl ,' s ot of
<'al l .*r "',# th *. :I,,il. t. l l- estl'dit li'- mii th r'i timiilot \


AI' Ple giant 4 eenon Tonit'
pr p tr-ld fruiti thne frtph jule of
Le*mon-. combined with other veg-.
table ilvetr tonics, cathartic, aro.
tuatic itt:ulante. Sold by drug-
gi.ta. fit-* mid $1.0u bottles.
For btll.ousnea amnd constipation.
F"or ldindit-tion and foul stomach.
F,.-r -ick ani'i n-rvous headache's.
Vt *r pi lit;iltia t and heart failure
t- ^k.- I,, .. ... '!ixir
For t>leeples-nt-s and ne-ivoins
r -, ra tit i11.
Fir lo-i. of appetite itiat dethility.
For ft-v-r-t. min- aria and chilled'
tik- L-mnion Elixir.
iII V :~ ir will not fail you in
any of the above named di-eeapes. all
of wi'ti i tsii-. fromn a tuorpid or dits-
oota'-I lv. r tii<.mech or kidneys.
6SW and $1 uu bottles at druggists.
Prv.pared only by Dr. HI. bMol-ey,
Atlanta. (a.
At tbheapliol.


I hare' ;u-,t take':. thae last of two
b'oItva, 41t 1 ),. Mozie-'y's L.-mnotElixir
to' nierv'au-Ii tzuttlac'to, indireistii'n.
af' eI,a m.- ;x.- stid kidmier-:.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


NECw YORK
Fe etru a ry..
-k a rtea.
Apr.i.
May .
J Ufla...
July
Anirust..-
se-i I-m'ax-
0v4Jmt'-it'-r- --
X o)v jrbt)*r
Lieoem tppr


COTTON.
Feb L f"Ia

7 &.

Vsu

o 7t


~47
IVhl
IVs


"'ptli' cUtAW& tLaxW4t"! teady1-bI ~u-L4YxCe
iuAt1-hIiix i.joltui.I.5;,',: tzauudiig gUlf el/e.
GIVAL1if AND PA9VISJILS,.
.um~ch'io ri-1iI ) I o;y rASI
Wsaim i- '.,ruasy -CBS/6
ItII~LAr-'.-U T611

IA' -Ve!'t' -rurTv. o l

JA rs,-.i.v
PORtK 7-brsaary. -0tnW,~

LA KD- Fr-r ar
"U.mt- M Ay 5i-
WIN- r, raai


M~AVAL STORES.
W1LMM~GTti'. It-i -Spirte turpen
Ltae liri -i .t ti receipts.. 13casks..
Ko'.in firimi-at so: ~18treceipt. 1Z.-*:.
Crutdo tur;'entino firmn Pit 61 75I43ktJu. re
veptv-4 lanrr-lA'J Iar- it-mn at V1.30 re

fl -.A,:') I, ee tti s %Ijgale. x,' *.xpurL,
4", Koc 1it-mi antid 'iinclaitniced.receipts
1,4 4 salt I Gto. exparia,-1l(D


C ouzh Cu 'irs- fir my L#-i-ith namd i~ft
It --utr---1 mw .-4f urig ir ubl.-a foll'twitip
: r i pt. 'J' t;.u-A ttd-i~aowe tleir- liv# -
to tie poptOiit acti-,nonfi-l i tnt-vi'
fAhii ez r' nm'tdx. It emtre'i c'ugli-x -
v''i.irtxa-,[. upl~ht~ ilsum %mI 'an
vtri;;'.- awl tin at it iid ltitig Li'' uldi-e
I -, .,4rlI-v tin'-''I t-,'entt (i ronsuimpitlomi
It i" t0 It- l lv nt umla toitnetly thst
Pli~itniitaey. Jo Lti Shi-j.l.ard ~and S'




I~ 4ier4 itE






-- I Tj i' '' .ifit 'ic i't tlo: t to titi


..., m' ,i q' dr it xxall isr i tnai 4a

let ax1--i x '.- ''o b-wl-xx tis i',I* ipl-a'tt


r..irx i-I ifi f t; k Iirra ti'c ii.

iTIt-ie I' i'Ilik.' an .r'1;mn rslv hwiutts' vs'
t5!-.'!u.. v,. t!ai !tralilngq. tmatps



tq-.- mod .til t intol a 1.-1. lt. i-ailing ux'n-
t..- ? .1ttal' x a- tt-ulinlfit ii'dimrl t-I a
4.1 .~ T-trIol. aIa 'i,'triiint timt-4I int.. aI


hl BWILLIS 0. I1~


I

I


re:,i t' .'a 't! putit v a11 v in iT- i, r n iq'-
t,...' i ;: L 't p ,l.d d < n. :t lnd lh In , ", h' l , -r, f Ik ii.ik I ,i
r,,e s n : I 0 ".n- ,i th th,. t .. ,1 r,. ,!,,* :. ;i f. 0',l b I ,.., ti -
tr i~L w a to :a l .ci p;-'ll t ;i a siiwn :- lnrrnltl
sl.-elii.. apa. tii ,'tt. 11.3 thit means "i sint,, It ,.. V a.t '-'- is t, i-'"
tlhr p < '!" .l',ip n n-' .-r Hhl" ito tliul T i.,, ,. ; h, t hi ,.t ,,,, t1 7h,,i:u,;t.
i t i.i p .. xi !..;i ;o l ti< l ''in tiinkitt'd "'1 i t' ri .. ;i ia a -i :ii.,. tt-
- xx t 4'<:wii''< "l iitii,'* I ,uI'ttilbrat noi \\ ti '- .1 t
-% - I1. I!, f. ,r *; l" ti i o l.s,- II. M 1
Red 'lnpe Illlstrm atedl. f'or I m.% I -a l *' :li
A cosrrt-.,lio i at11 pait sinig Lnurcitdly lIut th.t filth . ,l x . t :.' gi,.'
into tle rih i ui of tlhie -oitiu lti.-tt.- oni riv- i "iAd .
I e"'. co iie tI ,, i 1 .. i< 1; ,.,il. U1
es aand atinrlt-L.ir pulled the klino. uof thu o -i uut ii ht.r ,'.
door ThInitiinti t.
duor hI litn *:iliut' th.- i. t<; x .li Ihi.' i>.'tiiry
llw i-an I got that flied., dot you I n SL wa, -o inln_ a 'sald," tti.- fath.-r
think? a"iki-d the .oungresenlaun "'SI. ll u il.l.- **'S t piju.ad wih i ,iung Gita-
I get the tnir'lpi-iter or the liH ki itiih':" i:,l in t!i,, grin, Sh- lid n,,t k'ni'wv thli
"The lo< kniat h. I sUuppose." ldevil vine' wx .iltl ,a' oi-r lealiit;.-. AhAil
"N i. ir W r t't-r I to send for the iock- yet it hat'lh t.it -pi.-iel Ier face niid not
t.:th ii li w ioul- t 'll nite to motion lt the tlltouchm' llher Iaitnifll h-ar-t "
at-, ;I 1 4 ti- l lt. I no Il it-l .-;id t c ir". nt c,,rreghiur,
a rt',it < t f (lif t in li'tool Ihi h Ins lx',
"thoi hua.'.it miiy e i lti--" %iiii-fi loiH\. i ,rt: ins.
Pittiioritt. to fix (lt l)t-orknollo
a purs 4(, 1,f i,'It.l "
lit. T.rllm ent fixture :ilt-t larl solely ,tlt with li- ai t,, y ,. r,.. ,- uwav.
w it hin tll. tl. air Ii-.,l -ti )i ,t" li, rtt-li t'et n ( Vh. i rtiin t i-]h i. cahld hliililk'.
of tl' I In' 'a l a .rn othl.h.I I.". i tir.i- h -. lii, tt'ears ' -
"lio you s t that h ondoi.-m e th l re'." i pr s--td his hi ;ati i
st:ti!l IlHie i'd the einrpi-tier to paiste (ionei clothi "'N:y. 1,- ; 1'r" : ('r--,.n thim canst
on tlie lusidle of ililte giais d(o rs in ord.-r i -' thai."
t h". l I lluA.h. nimy T" : -' 1t i tI beatif
that thi l.o kt miut htn ti show. nis f i the d t rtl is th gla .
did title work. ,ut whi ien had flni!l warm sinoriine annd thi gtlorion- souiil the
I noted that lie had not relened thie raini--w i'itii-, iut'- iii.-"-4'lii.ago
glass Iefore lie put the Cloth oin. Tlie Timn-' 11. -ild.


thlai'I lto kx'l I dil.r'pntnl ile tIhat I
a gl:s H lie toidl nue that the gl c s w. as a
p.' rtnnuent fixtiur no..i tihat ht haid no


fIle Grievaace.
k, no t'iwiindi'r the hln)i:at'-.m t ot Is li


AN EARLY ISSUE


Th( tl-irse of their t-ne I.)ve had run
smrooth t1,r f,.: one;- thin;--Jack believed
that wonlin sh)boiiu It tlim vine and man
the oak around which she should twine in
g.d'I old] fas-hii.n. d style.


VWJt F51 N!:C-OE-- TO DEATH.


T-r'r.> Jt -W. IN' Bexrd.
an .t-h *-e7o: tilt iaw. I-% now evajing a
wa~a'':'tiehni of' the sheriff.
Wi. -ni-iiun, a a1.tigeut search fvr tne


i ls 4;itano .dthroigh the lowland
: Xiove to mpfi Lvoni~a at thle 'erk he
~i v-wJ#rveulwhy Oie had grouxn so .1ffer-
ent: why she loi. !-ner woul I play the
gamzies thrit f~z -.tars they bh-d played t;)-
sether. why -he noi% run octol toy the?
toir-ige and would nut lot hiim a-.ist her
acrIur* the sti tn in.
AVWtuI,v lcrvatihc the *,r#-L;. he saw her
atu-udiLwL' -' i tniM r! ut tih tiq- of the
hill. A htra.'iitnmu ho. had spoken with
Ike ri"414 ait iy. smtilinig over him shoulder.
$unt,.t h~iig tiarhtencti in G itatno's br-east.
WVith fit r. is'.4~-1 Is.- ven toto t he hijiitip.
't.Vho l.'it thnr o-'gdc''che an-

"MNoro. thilivi -it antilter Inith said.
1* .its ittt iired her fave awx.a y.
-1' '-lidtl~t t!mit:n,- ii the beautyify4the
night.
iititan.)*% e'e'4 tia-liidt wtthe reco-l'tg
"W~hy 4fth Ow 1w aI' -loid
1.''aue7sit#- f'alte-re-il-'he.t-au....---"',)
sni Ow ht-e rrt'gii!o.r--tlix brow i- thle
alid znm3 e~eare t i.' g~iati-ig tatr.
*S.i.l h[.,thait? What t .re'f'
"'That m v hair iN the midnight vkou~d
that my FI-
She turned a pebble m. ith hier dainty
Itoe.
"'That umy lit!'*- Ii'anqo jirt-nipted..
"Are the 'ILNN bright betrru'S of hllity
nawiatizng th. I.-i-,. of miawn-so said lie,
the eurregidor."
At the bindt of tb- rolidi the rider l''ok-
ed back- nd lrnt.-w-i bi-, glistening som-
brero. !Aotn*ta wavetd ter !upple ihand
UL41 %ifulilf-'i] l-!;t %w hei 2hc ktrnil -ieagain
tO b..-I ,I Pliji-j~tji nthe aiziilc de'parud
frnit li,-r lip,,. fix -the ibaudneas uf iii Cecs
rc-Uuked her bomi!.
The uet 41t vla~ud 'it, iLat't thle rlti'r
value, but Lonita %%'1,4 ex'er aIWayxWilli
Gttmuo in the l 4l.u o v 'e.
aIlcl s tho tuii,:. day Clo'eil. h4-r Tal
their baidtojJ tuin
a .\ t. th-l:a a w" tu with'. (,I4
taztli l. I1. 1;ig, !, in "MY. 'I'lho'; art 11,1
n l fz t nl-thr. I Jim hlet;.pywoith ;I
111114-1i tie'w. r-w,k.-.Bile dtheelit
hmnoe. Tht- corre;.reAor %,,ill conme againn'
-"The voiregitlllt '"
"p. 'N~ita; lie- hatli seeii thy twutity." I
"What tiost th-'t mean. ily fatlt'r'?"I
lythat thy place is here. I.ot (;i
tsuo go his AII y."
Another 41513the t iilt''cae.it il wh'll-t
lie uii.
ilt I,' the cort-egiiliiza. dit.:rt-w lwi %
arid ridt iillti % I -t w ln 1ii ll-*tIlm' .hs g.a
ttilde- fil 8 a Tatiir'!. 1IoviYi.C i-art.?"




G it~llo 11 1- .% .-









t t2 f I P t il;! ttI riii Iii at- I:



113- a N 1.C tLi. 1 i., o







milk 'rhet (;iat, l- o'xxthe f'r ii'i flR

ttar11 if h.- 'In :0. :t,'



ol d- 114 1 talt ,I
Q- .' I -pa 1 .41i .l Ki t 'hi-.10. -tI


,, n" ".. . ... ,L .u ,, I.. s..,^ 1 .
bushel."
"Your Siripitural q'iotatini, -i.n, ratli.r
w Lk. luy i anw y fior pl iblitatiiin xithu'it i.- ,king tlhn i:i
uip." -Naal lackk miil'UI.
A after t!i 'i- nve -ri tin, th':>,- xi; :i li'
ti t-o ilness 1ii tweeti he l |o-' rl.. TIIiy mtil
nio tilillti-, l, i tt -. li)t .Jal k 'rti l to i t riu;
nil e:'m-ly mrl t' iai .,,, ;nl, .I, ti s u'.i ,d t,,
1.9v% h. ,t ittle Tifis,, i, ) hi vqt, ,) him :i,
-hit-' N\;I' r hii; fiv : i.ht| y ,1 n at n w t.al.'.
Ill it h, n .,qe tiIII tn --ll;jI.';i i;,. ti- w hi,.
'io h a -old h.r tl',,tx y >a in ''t. 'Ilh- '
story was it 11 i i. .1- II h lf hl pId it
tnilight Iw. tt he t '.t1 h trstilf it w uul'i
tNlIIrely tl ill ;i w ri I n1-1 4lt'r. < oi il ,
stl -.i h l f tli- hl ,' -h '. 'l t,
t. i ,p t; tiii :t ..,! l ii'. l t ; i t Iti r: ; ;;i :
h ilt. :I l l i: ] i, \1- -- I ll

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I ll.i liii n t. ? .- til ,l l t-i i i t.>, -. 1i
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M .llNin a > 01 n, n 'i- ; t -\\ I n:l
r': 'in t- T ho x;.l ,1 i id not 4,1in1 ..ii1. Ut ;it .l -t
ih! vii l.atii i t ii I m.-k'. nlto ha' il .i I Ili ti i r -

"I1 ut no nl e'. tIlC trititi. ilp ,il iilii niil/ .
edlt-rs fir i. n... r;. i: ,.Il," s.aiil hirr ht ,,-
hIniil. luiiighiiing n-. ir. hairl,,,I lif' 1 i T(-.-
ceilpt fitnu MiNit. lrilt.: f.,r thi. 1ill, tin-
l id it t ilt h o ii1'4 f r lit-i!ii 1 in;1 i-i 'ri '. hlai !
"( i. l, ar.' J ,;i *i ,t I. anlin.yv.,l mi l,
yet r-,!i,\0 ,l, f,,r tih t Ill h il hl n tn l,,l
eP **li ):.1' l 70.';i! -
- t,\t dn't i' I,:at-h, ti it ::.: f..i x i !,.-
p 'i ', ht l t-l t lll ,. y I', ll:,,i
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" It 'N" 11 1 ; ,l t I '.! , .. : ..,
i -" 'i ti t k ,,: i. ''t i i.t f"i
t-lt :I I "' "
"A lli i ;h.l .l f:i ?.:ril. !, b.il- ll,,l,: : 1:1,.
"' .itl I'\i lh asi,-,. :i h>* .. . .I .*k. I ,.iH I '1
nlt ft' ri:<-t. I'!! il .\ i "uii,7 iii)v h!t I, ii
n ;ig in li 'forit t., v i t h ti htI. .- ",.it iy i.,-
,tl ."" a <.' i li p r lt I l, i Is -li.ii -
.lx'. han lii>.'


Endorsed by all Physiciaun as thp
only Beer absolutely free frin adu'-
teration

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,

PENSA('OLA.

Try It On Tap a, ll Ralouns.





Kodol


Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially digest ;t he food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the late:;t discovered digest
ant and tonic. No oili her preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stant ly relieve. and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache. Gast ralgia.Cramps,and
all other results of! imperfect digestion
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cbkcago.
Ititg -.' Pt'aruacy, .Ihn .1 p-
p;a rd.


4 ni






CHO 4CK ME L AND URGRU



STOCK FEED).
P'lit 10-11z- -TeIii' t w:l itrv. for there im
4'v -r- N r.*4-.~ :i l' ut hou!(Ilw%- %, '..u r M antand
't't'k F..d !'i.nii tl,#- lien,' fatrif
t r~~~~~ V u :~' l f t i i i (i Lf a t u r ., r
fPrI q to .C i ittntlfl 4 u i HN:t-h ()m1 oI i adus
F 1 t '




Ill&igestion!



top pr(;(u('e a41reined !equal

to the Ilatchiless .1 Wincra?
If 'attr for the cute, of In-;


fllesftiof 11tDyspepsia and


mri..s I. te hard. in l Troubles and SAkin .Dis-
Th,. x ,,ll 1 'a ; i .j''*-i njp ,, are-t in -
at-i, -' 1".';'1T t t ti ,: t t t '. 1*;'i I (aSE S. Guaranteed to tlre
\ lh.- i t:i the .i!'- Iil ,: '!.I ii;, 'tr .. f t
th,- vi,' t <.-U; .r,-r !rI' l..k of 'r. i or mon y 'refit'l n ed. Co t
,I -.x i\ i:,,i . 'I1, E;.mi ,> 'Fe '"t n- -.t,:t i,-, ---
,,l v:u ti,,. ,,p4- 1 ,.,,! i.., i: r, ., on.l/ -7 ; rets a d wa to use it.
1 'at tihnt' "'E l l';Iit a.- s l' ,,ii.' i ht:m l l-in''
thi tll"t .. .. One dollar bottle last tu.'p/"-
Strni t o .a rla I l it,,.- I 'rin '"
I.;k,' T,.p'V. i t ; r<-t br.y l .
Ni. rl\. .-,! th.. ,-t.,t. 'i,.,,titti.,nr- i.,.n- 'For sale by all dru ddists:
fint 4;o*I. N:V.w lt ,rk I'r'- u. .
Also 1 W. T. Green < "o. ;
lBrid yet's DilemmaI .
Ani r.nwiniit.. Birlg.t. th.r-, n-e.tw S. Palafox Street.
thii.-, I nTo-.' i:,! i-t up',rn-truthl'lfau.-'i
ai.i tb. -tiri,' '.."' iOR ADI)RE--S


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought ha borne time 4ignIa.
ture of C'hlus. II. Fletcher, and hai been made under hi.
personal .supertision for over :0 yvearn. Allow no o1n,
to deceive you in this. Counterfeit Imitations a;l,
*'Jiust-asg-ood" uir but Experiment, and endanger tho
health of Children-Exiperience against Experiment.

The Kind-You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
_ c ImT aun c')praftv 7? 7muMaW ITraT T. IE WVONa c* cr
~--- -~ w ...-


.JoanI, however, ha.1 become imniued t IOIIut-.
with inors- modern ideas. She detested ,ur.!.tv nght an overeat waq missed
clinging, depiit'ndent womankind and hiru'- from ;we ltiotei ani Sauuday morning
ed ith a fi-t' le -ire to demonstrate to th:, u.k un o had come
Jacki that his :.le'as were erroneous. ha oe
"Of course." .-i. said to him patiently tin tno tre"vios avy, were arrest-d on
after one .if their frequent discussions. "I dsupic.oi As no evilenie ct, d be ob-
miak excu. i..t- i--3tti. as you were born Itluc d aainnr tns ,. t m o marginal aani
in the south, where pe-op!e still tbhik wo- sever i. meD boos inem ,'if in the wood.
eun ought to be a playthiiin; r pet anti to mlak- tiem k or:f-s.
never I.j nnythie mior ..set s than to T'lt mar-hal biat one umil he was
dance or "sit on t a eihin. sexw tip a seantin tired antl then muai- na beat rine other
anti fed ,ti strnwherries. sugar and two As tni "negresi "t.i deuled tbe
cream.' Iuttt I think every girl thoulil 1.4 tber. t e bt '1. waa K pt unp tear, v
so ..ltucated' that if it bt.conies tieCe'.. s.i iy il day, tV.10. idto Intbe evetrlls Ot t o!
she can earn her own living." the msegroos died. and a few nours later
"she can earn her lrl li. istavin.,,.-tat another ono die I
about maok.ug y r livitg sta" h Ce ak,t i Tuaey re .a to have b.-n tur-i'ated,
a tman yr lld tws-a tire eating. "te thlra negro is
a soft voice. with a suspicions of mniockery ii-Al atg. he thira negro is
bid the .oftv -4s.S-i. sti lalv-i
behind the .'oft nes. A coroner'- jury was cintnioned and
Cant. Il r. piets. ui knt dow." after investigation returned a verdict
r. "' w that mte de.-eaied "-cuie to the;r death
",, at the hands of W. W Beard, the mar-
'yes. t c idal lndi canm. llow gli.i s"ld abaI' and others, and th't the sane was
was that !.!1. etil.. n')w i pitt her hani In i wilt i nil nur-,er.
h.-. p-nk.t atl as a stort of grtndl climiaxI A warrant was iuined for B 'rd's ar.
butti.i it letter M.e hi.l b,.n lii-.,r rest, but he has left for parts unknown. I
inug (dliltig |tLe intervit .
"Now. lea'li.hi. You see. I atn earn
nay living. and,,I what is mone I intend to. Medical Society. Attention.
Marriage, dthpenlnct'e upiin a ianu *i'r ev- There will be a regular meeting of
erythitiii,.s ntithing in cimnil.ariuon ixiti! the Pensaccla Medical Society at
doing for yours-elf." the Board of Health office at >
Surprised at this unixpecledl ti-"t,!'. o'clock p. m Tuesaay, Feb. 13 and 27.
Ja,'k took the letter she heldl out t,, hint Visiting physicians are cordial)
arid read:: luvited to attend.
Tfar Mi*-Vyour ttnirv. -4 Rlniance of R D. W. MdOMILLAV. M. D.,
n.arin,." in accepted .,n w:.. :ip;a-,.r in an ,'a:.- Presidert
l i-u) if our magaziri.. I'.-" :eit: 1L t- i -o' E. F. BRUCB, M D.,
up.on publication. ourl tru':.. Secretary. 25mt
I.-'T.>iR *.F ---
"Will." be a asked. "w'x!:it does this
pr,.ve?"
*'You are stupid." she irt.i-rted ptn i I ?
lantly. "It proves that I L.itv- tarBt.'d
out on! a wouny making caror and that
I will make vig.ro'll use of ruLy tatleut
ter r ter, in ited, ,f hiding i ,und,, r,. 4


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I HI' DAILY NEWS: IhNNAUOLA. FLOKIDA. FRIDAY A140 tK. 1t ,.. FEBRUARY


tana. rnamlU and wasplike. was urging
Wilson in strong terms to change his
opinion. ".S'4' here." thundered Wil-
son. who. thiurlh very snall. had a
i t'v o Hie a li*,'i. "I'm Fnj nator ridl1en
enough f: in mmy ow'n -'.;W,'. and I'll not
u llov. tir.t.?' r ei:;'< r ?- g'* t IIf Teo) of
i n ,, '' i ti , 't, : I .a*n I, E and
I'll i t !f y ,, ; i, ,:. .: n > .-; II "


ITCHINC HUMORS
So~ime. wallirdtotinwls gtauttv te3 seved a"d
ty UM4lb bmLata tswith CCe-mcAA
'to q*WWaihe be kin, pmtUe app1*Ucns
eCCtiguN&AI a intatevntto heal lte Skin. and
omi4 &.uea"of ti* It.v; KA LLsuL'or. to c-0u61
a"d evatae the Il,..c 1.
Ger,&up&, &eiefts. "durft(wae U&u 4...r.:,.





Sicnatcle's Power Vastly Greater
Than Representative's.

I'IUAI.1ILSI 'IN %M'LI. FUNCTIONS.

i'has Dcerceres"to the memberseof
teLb. Pp~u' House Gftlls the K01111e-
sentative *Iecking Leglslatlemt.
rsiceeote of J. L. Wilso..

Rppniwnsl~vp n tll,.V,-*- r house (f
tion. ttw wsix.a:, Ieagp mviia.i %ip Stz
tlerom-ry miii olh. r i it"nur-ex that
tnuprxatsru% of t hi- %tIcit. air'lt- i.Buht
there ta. iie611113-0.% eud. in t~e'two pu

Labowlt1edge'! P P i.. the-s ~
ave fiven tbl. l~lof a ai:l(I
partrli~ek11tu and thsjii.tIeii I iin n so
eial tunetl'.ns;4 :iIfle4 Eeffiet-( grsani
more tiulfl..Ill "'ac i;*,1"A th l .iit-0 lF I'rt
take great 181j% 1z.0 ~l'i.a sm
WherP t]4ey VVali n1ua1.0I n.rj*j

muntieas .foar thi:i; 'I le'rs- it otied vIN

" h-utir' awl Xr'''i T r-,)r ~--lzjjA~iv# I'lil,:

tb. tbI~tkiN I eI.-,-,i413 it .,inn.'c ti rti
natie if ho. iA ro-tiunio"I a hiril 4,-zf.killti.
tItini. I'h'll-- 11SN-0*t. ha is Iifr'. hill
euv- lbocatuso l%' ihaetip'1. -'1.1)1 jliwtv.r. A
1-tirem-t'zattolI ve,4'.-voa f J-4i.'d ley- a dciz

oir lie pit-vee-fit a i ni* -iefn 0..1 'wu .
IRK .% %sZjjlte Ke-titiar earn~tl% a~iiuaa

n~ut dq-f#-at. ii


oicta.dents eat(erne- man riwor
1tI'm% one uwaall lmuvv'r is exhihl t lI-ll h
the elqcqiug lit,-. 4)f a ,m~rs.wiI"IJ
thle Sbt4el)b WI I Il piroii-i-at itiio if43
Ma: s-I: andl all I,,gtslat iou wit li3a'-wI
and signed fail" At tL#- clus." 4i! th
Wi.t congn'es SAnuair Waurren of N%'
oumtricwan able'to hl)I'c up lt ee nlvi-Or
and lest n-I w 1011 l tnTH I2 (i4'l,;wk 4 cO th.
inorwhig of Mani-ch4 audl could 1have-
dpf4-ate-,l it hainl ie 'ti4t-11 ie.-"I'eto tlit'
joiirmonali solicitatiou of senatorr; lct v
Ing ajcjii-ipriat tout In the bill1.
Frwndfld of Adljutant (iienet-al C.orl-In
wtuated hips i.lee atdiatneed to the' rank
of major gvneral azad tried to) gdt 311
atnendniaent to thait effeet ult' iiteii
artily bill that pasted late in theac S-
61anloui it the singI" Olohio. 114-u mtil l d
t'-i-mln.-d tstaud 4of Sountl it' 1'.t' dSof
.4 alts tija pyioisv-..-i the,' a wu''udin.t:
front beiug adli;iote'1 'Talw .111l'0Ul41
blavet' been defetiiilte ud an #at-%traoti-w,
*;ion forrosd toy 0oil(-umflflSc'nitors-
(;orimahti and 4 'Ctmkiell att he qstt je' tirne
practinehly dictat.-'t to the' lit.mJoibrl.
what the" 1.11 liotuoild contain tii-ftcr.
they would allow it to ;-s4tAa
Senator Rutlefr of North Caiirolinta
alue ,and unaided. pe*'tt. iio(Nofl
briratioultof4)(I~niil'iiu 4; f'*'.art a-
U nitedl Stitte-cmd,-trjt judge toy -.4 i.!'
talkiu-g ape intit tiuj#"
it Mele "Thetin t-d
There are a great ui:.Azi v r*,pre-seuta
tires to whoum Ii'%iel-f 10"-I'e o hell
torsiIs vtryir galizng Itr thou]-~I ea
wenry a ipen told t t Iat '-'iwe prolkwvititori
wbildti they pi'e'i-.nt ;t n doile [:rtrinet S-t:
matmti~avlory awlionjit-'r. inuillift ili4'
-waill conl ral*-ltiDone.4 ur xsenfl tielts 4
Indtorw 'it ac-elllout It tljr'.tmili -.Johan
11- Wilotean when a re'pi ee.'ntative frgiru
Washlucton. 'chafed uiuaclet thiq eon-
eitaut n,-ferel-c'e of all rei-quelitts to the
Oenatom. 141ie' Itwo it..pl roillarua i4
and au early ftws-nd of l',-esid.-ol Ilat-
ripen, he 1tlaoutgit 5-OTiua itte l ..'iviti'!.oa
tion should he umbouri hiint 'SIr- ii.-
Ident." he said 40-14~n- 411Y.A ilot'til- 11.i
t4D get Just 'Ine-little .:a l .11I' l n
one' little appus'(vnrr.-tit it thaow i 4.o inth
atounttnd fi..5Ilt- a.'uait -r- fr. 'uii it!%'

*'1- 1-0 $,-1nn.' lire-ak erii'.-0 "millI I I.
t% %s I lh r e i tw l-l. 4 .1 1 -'iU' 1 4 -1 01 4 .0lo r


world balIt-tnaiad. li-rril.%n, Vrt ltt'e.'
te-ian teoloIti r ttj ',.I Ifb.-had ti.artil
I be-si It balt~it-rb."-.ltht uAl 11- ..alue. it '
a role unitstoo 1".16sn. 11 In tt,1-1i100. It!
fe.-flue %11%oor %% tloo. -aita P.agm ia&wt II.-
e4'eton P14v u Pan siew tor juet uof l--r


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5e-i~tCi .. *-i Ia L. ..:r:i t I..- r'jc-

di ff. J' i111 it itid-vw1 %t~ jI to lao ,woi-
and siniluik to Wet'- Iiviviv is -i.-us't imp-
War Msnaii rol 1, tit the Ia'cii'.e do
niot :t to 'Is --w'l !-ss'' :irjvi~ty 14)tot
.- ~ ~ r.ary -' t iv[i.*r~frotm 'dii-
'..t-d ae. l~ ft. ;,thi. t. o'.1 (f
***~~* u I !Ii lt'' 0 ; 4 -4.1tzittil et-tie
st-' a 'i -i 1!'.' re'



nt f~ior!: i Iv:y--:ir' .ilil%.. andb
rail to a:ir4N- aiuil tb-t. I3ty wiiw: %%ag ithi
50Ul.t f lwem 4011II


HIS REMAINS TAKEN EAST.
Lawtonl' ely E arouito to Washlmg-
tun ona p celi l'rane.
SAI Fa.AN~rcco. Feb. 1.-Tne remains
of Major General Lawton, Major John
A. Logan and Dr. John L Armstrong
were taken east on a special train which
left this oity at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Four troops of cavalry and a repre ea-
tative from the Odd Fellows, of which
General Law ton was sa honored mem-
ber. make up the escort.
Mrs. L .wton, her four children. Ma-
jor Logan's and Dr. Armstrong's rela-
tiveo. generall ahafter and others ac-
company the remains.
General Lawton's remains will lie in
state one day each at F,,rt Wa- no a-d
at Indianapolis and w.;i then be taken
directly to Wahington for burial in the
national cero aerr at Arlington.
W -batugteu wiui probab y be reached
on Tluroed.r- n-xt and the public fu
u-ral under the direction or f general
Weslev Me-rltt will take pipce on the
foliowiun dar.
S1 m16-s i y I'.Pq K minucklans.
CoLU-x 4, S. C.. Feb 1 -The condi.
tiona in K.-unucky have aroused the
tvmpathv of tie people o' this state.
Ti.e i.egis ature ia-t night uranimously
adopted a reolution expression its aor-
row and regret at the attemptedd aesas-
a:naion of lion. William Goebel gov-
ern )r elect of Keu'ucly, and tenderingt
the stmpathy o: the state to the easier
state. Kentucky. and the party which
Gloebel hba headed in the interests of
home rule and good government.


"and CATARRH
ClAMATI '
Nothing but a
-han e of climate .
iAl cure
CATARRH i ,
Ibe i#p.cafic is
Ely's CrIteam B1i
It l quickly Ab-
-torbtd. t.ives r n el ef
at o,",e. O pOnh and T |l HEAD
C-A19ii401 iit, N,- AICOLD 1% HEAD
Pat-agea. Allays I,.flammation. Heals aud
Protects tbhe Membrane. Restores the
P4Sntes of Taxit and M'noII. No M-r,-u-
ry. No Injurious drug. Itetnlar iz+*. ~e.:
Fatm ly MHza, 51.40at Drug.tt-r-- ,ir tv- mall.
ElY KIO1I1I-Alt
M A arre t Street. Ntw York.
THE (OYSTTl 'SEASON.
I'be oytter in ha bedi of oore.
Waked with a start from his sumniner
Opened his shell, and Pd'l. with a yawn.
* I f(ar that our season of saft-ty in got"I.
For my pleasant dreams were dimtuiit-d by
the Jar
That is always caused by the letter R.
And I know by the keel of that hideous
sloop
rhat someof us shortly will ho in the soup!"
And so they will for the 4)loopwasi
filled with the finest and fattest.
I'hi soloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and the-e choice oyc-ter, are
now ft r sale. dione or raw, ready to
chaw. at his rest:iuraUt. You cat
ret then by the plate, dozen, hull-
dred, barrel, dray load. wagon load
or car load. Owmni to the ru-h of
hu-infiss thlie rsrvingof regular r meals
will be discontinued after this week,
but speciall orders will be served at
any hour of the day or night.

Elegant bed room sets. or
cheap ones, whichever you
want, at Marston Finch 's.

Madam Atelier's

1Magic Youth.

THE MOST PERF-.0T COMPLEXION
BEAUTIFER IN EXISTENCE
A. O1.t r-.I.Y HARMI..EN4
lrnti,' l m o 0ot gtche I an ll bl l .- I,' l-.. gi. -
ti U6P
I' i.t 7A *V** 0bi l tle.
W. T. OW VW rf CO


Thte ps no 'b-rtter me-dlesta for tMe-
h'bim than (hambwrialm's toirt)V!' 4-' A
Wmeesdy.- It- pieaaact taa:* ajtad
l'r4ltmpt and .1'-. u'tl r~lt- --t'.1 -
m-w aorltr VPai~i I wiv-r mand -n~iti; 1
e .~tdrsu 0(pit.'kiW ur.-- I~


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IF0ll 11 "r.
SnM FOKr'ABLE furnished rooni in pri-
vate family. uittah;, for Ittist hoiue-
k~epliti. AppIl 5i'l Iatt. Overtini-'it Mt
r-,,r. Florida tilanca. Ijtin

I )ANt'INU At'.AIEMYV-Tlhe .Mtsges ikin
li have optiend their dancing atad.rint
at Library hial'. 4 children's cla-s-s every
W. dne-sray and Saturday at 8:.'O p. itn.
Night l r.deai a-'ridapy at 7 p in. "jtf
W A Nt' k I)
' ANTD-I)-A sailing schooner. 40 to A',
Sftet long ou deck. N. B. C oK. :-"jtf
i' ANTED-Employment for all or part
t of each day. a 8 stenograpiier nd foi
g-uneral office work jlaw offlec pirmferred .
by ac mpetent younial ady y hio ilti not
* xpect large pay. Address C. L. M. itart-
N tWe arm) tif
W ANT-D-All kind of empty q.;a'
V wbiaky bottles a. A. FarKatI,
novrtt
A NTrEb--)I1o hter botlt ie at IlannLelts
Yuier Bros. ryftf


'ANIr El- t rt gi.ntleDau N miatder. At
W 311 1 k. t hase .tr,.'t. If If

MAtI\I" K l.N-M. LIA NM:Il.
S1i ll .a lt lt'iu ,tl str-'tI. Tr eac. --
lit.- .-,aen',o anilt art F tll I oirrtt S, t i !
,.-.tnllIients If t h' ,lr A fre- trealtnit.'nt
tor paini aind ftefi r e t ..ttl,-fr iJ l mu*
wV 1s 2,1 > 1 > 1 ( ri l l : ^ !l .v 'i .
I .\ J I T r. ve.l a t.ic.- I .
I w- L.'. pr.-..-,,t fr.-n 1r / ,..It & (' .
a Ia it. i1 t li t, tt I Li a In at .- m t~'t t* *, .'-r.
t re- L (tf

ii A\ ; e. .. r.-d it -ate f r tti-
S r, ll. l .L.* i. k W a: Pl %: "% %t ,k 1 atIm
., pi. pa r>-d t.,o r.-". i r '- F -**' t sh >rt
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'UMATISM, LEVYU U
AIN8.


Young 8Girls

How my Kb for young

h bdothe 6"dedine,"I
t~tZ_, m ls, become
paerand palr and can
hwodyda ,S U wghtheday.
T'ey mon the seadycdown.
wwd Come. bkiadoes them
no good; strydmidne and bit-
ters alltaiL They ed a food
that will notwbh them better,
and a medicine that will cor-
rec thelWrdhemse

Scoff's Emulsion
bs both of thm, degu~ldy an per.
~~lite CQd.Uve
01maesth loodrider, and
thlsglwsbetkrmortfe BUZhce
n&od a sac a strng tonic to the
rmvaw..Soon the Wdgm hWWWM
the dfigeston bImprve and health

At all drugfrias; goc. and S voo
SCOTT & OWNE. Chtnmhm, New York.


SPEOI4L NOTICES.





W41 ')TI R -T It4%E D -If we lhiti" co'wiw, iII
it~ ft-% rted Cp 'ts on ltuick. lira III),il~o
hotth 1141.. ti h whit.'11u211. calf two
iiliiIr hs to, 0 cti. pt c. Corner. i f- i

N I\ 21Ti'L, I'AN A ppr V to A. A .. Fi!6!-.r.
i -iler Humidinie,Paiafoz .mr---t. pit f
asnafl negotleted, 6 to 8 per cent
BinkleV & Daniell. n, l~zf
O (AKM AT T.(,VFST R4T14 4)14'IN-
1 F-: I~tKSr C 4 AA Yi UP, 4)1-
iA P% E; 01; V iARrIE i-'.8 i .NIN~ (36"W)
~LC ,IT I-Fce4 14Y ALTI1I'Itii 4,N VW 'L-
*I _%M I I hH KR. ?.%A' 2 64 1UI ifPALI-A IOX
'1R.F r.
l*YOI*V ~rTie BI)IM -. 4 NlENIY
r.i 4Lrav(t *oft tlzI-.' ly r r-
tat. 4 i-I. 1 Ijroipti-l of an ii% (rpli!.ta
reil Isv i'htit"Ct1 or (iur iX'~~ a d d ist ..to
C It 00 i4 add res- l'io'.. c. W t i i &t -)..&
R.e, I l-.tatosatid I insu rance t Vht4 kis-na
'Alli IIUv, I lt horn k)IIUP, %%" %IIIWild~ tt'i.'
mat jt whIOU to bUIl S out-'. Witil- I


1' iijLtd~. 1!i -et froi 11 lActitorli .- t I..%-~
.-t flciio'y prxce'4. W 1IIto for t-aiisOt.,-
mii-tileo c Tregdes Ageticy. Jackscin' Iv.
Fla. 5 i

4 t)i OR AALEF-f Le 211-ol." ('Irap:a ritua'-L-t
ws tor I -mit Wa: to:lied. A p;.i ti t 3 i'-
N irtb Baret'&uta bt re.*t.2I' -1W
F eR MA LE-Havnmg 0*'mter-d tinto'Iatht-I
11 u..imeb..r-q uiring y ntitre umu.'. wi!4
sell my farmn at hrq-iats taL ion. %% li toi'
Wittoi)ll%tiw(k. Altlly ua. onct'. At a har-
atain a I casaor u-14~s1 ti'S "L L m in t le. t. L
iutninoor, general dttliver. rv Fensme-m'a.
F o-tSA .%1,-Fiftven Ua7reit) %w.1-r ut)-
Furti,, ft 'iiin og Bayou Ihice. (tiCantb"
soCldtm0 terma ~ (l. and t a& Phtargamt. Tno%..
C. W.u'oolso A. Co. dill?
(lit r ALk-A cii-Iee pit-ct' of b l~iU-It,,
57 property ti Vl aia.x st r--et. c4iiti nititl
:Ire stoir-~ all rt-nted. othets on tt e ot,
floo)r. A4, a`re (ppiprtumity fur huveistment~t.
Fisher kte-hl K..ru~eAgeacv. Z.t f
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am~ i- h I It fluuntd oud Itue'. of t I. rt 1.) I
lntetrinldly 1itwill r-Muit!vc.,'nirc-l raru;..
( ~waiid all kiiidoe-iKt l.1
fi usi bflds n not c iu;plet~oe wtLt~ut a
ht; Ait- 0 1this great rtimedt,

W. T (GREEN & (0. lr..tm

-4 v st )I4L I..0. VlI *itiiil

flcjw G .F-sb 1.-rhep urhrlt,.es
have !e.:eIr( noc 1"Au~'~yV~
CiLatl-I.)1121A mht~ v. aLd L~r. lI.o'-,erit
iCzt bas inuirneneed work Tzirm lot
tio suia~irox h- r, but, t1,3 diqeaso et~t
to au a'aruaioiu .egree in AiabziuA GuC~v,
Rock haim. B~rwniabaxu amutt ctiir
points. and it to iearoea caomi may Le

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But-or, 2 J-,


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Hamnd-.-ewed Frenobh Kid InftItit
Button,
worth $100, now 75c.
ltLa d-?ewed Kid Spring i-l l;nitti ln
worth 756c, . now 50?.
Ifaund-sewe-d Kid Spring Ht-l I;rt
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worth $1.E0, now $1 00.,
llaiiA-?.wed Kid Spritnei Hi-I 1-ai
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


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Shtoes, 12-2.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Geuuine Vici Kid Hnt'ti, t ata i ']
Shoh-s. 1no-2,
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Kid Spr.ing Hel Button and L,1,-
Shoes, 3 8.
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They are- worth I ti.more
Kid He-Il Button and La't.-. also
Cloth Top IlI Black atli T:mt.
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