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ltojolfwIE'ti enr'-trnn sit..' S I~eleIf '

h.rsni gsoily ti,- msoriss s..~ e~i

.mace (ofet releubl( ll 455 i tI's l.-I -. It, ? -ii
1.-Y will I'a'sb~ialp' '-.'Itl.q*.11 11i"n[* n
be-lure Judge Ein

chie-f p~omt- bo T 1rt-*"*s''.'I-d-ou'I~tit?-
4.'dly 114d :1 111 'j'la~r 411 (tint- %'e't#e.& (v 0t
s .the.- l;ato- 4-1-1"14011. i'hs:l fit n- '011eais
Cal taWeea14it 3ii"?4ettic'i.1iily. eAslis-d
ulilen. -do d-egde.uI. T'i'h t un '5%,atre-anlet
tttin.edetimeerativ le'gistlu~re toteeuni-
p-eatt imsine'tidtov aii-tj~a~iratiid tL$of
p t titiAnd''eldi. t-agasid leti C
t tt- 'd.-clartitisest I tat (; .ov I,iW-] w ee'g~-
ernfot.114ofl hd-1(cai
j~ature il theine rte-rim. wc- il-a
tat lise had 1)twwer tato adjs elrra t li
b~xi~latur' ;4i -he (Is-mt1edltmat :tIII it-
-&rreort 5455 andte. .t (- n za sei.
ge)v#'riae)I. liad ;aweu. teeitsige (of
-amaiu inyurre-cutaz.


Acting ( -te uro B W-khlam
Lieuternim ant (,Govornor Ha ek i;*aii
will to day be acting governor iin
9{lacer of (ioebel. A physician'- cer-
tifl-at' w;as aiade out last night do-
elaring that (ioverrnor Goebel woutldl
hb unable for some time to exercit.-.
ti- power's.
Beckham will at once exerci-e the
power- of gove-rnoir. The first apI
plutmnient will probably be Castle-
man a'- adjdtant general. Demo-
cratic leader-s A.tate pi-itiv.ly that
Castleman will accept.


.sw'Iie Conditioen.
The attending physicians this
Snioruingi reported that Governor
oebel wam renting quietly. His gen-
-ral eonditi.ti -hiows a distinct im--
provement.
G o uwl WoeSe.
S FANKFKoRTa. 2:21 p. ui., Feb. :.-
GOrvernor Ooebel Ito worr- this after-
noon and is in extreme danger of
dying
It .junction tGranted
On the petition of the (oebel gov-
C inmt-nt, JudKe Cautrell has granted
the ord, r of injunction restraining
tiovrernor Taylor and General Col-
lier from iit-rferlng with the legis-
lature. atd prohibiting the holding of
the se"iMon at Loonlon next week. as
ordered by .ioven nor Taylor.

S"I think J would go crazy with
V. 31in were it not for Chamberlains'.
ai 1 Baim,." writes Mr. W H. Sta-
pl-ton. H-rniinie. Pit. "I have been
| aft:cted with rhoeum.ttisui for several
years and have tried remedies with-
out numtbr. but Pain Balm i.- the
best medicine I inave got hold of."
41ne application r aelive-s the pain.
For "ale by Hannah Bros.. 21 S. Pal-
Afox street.

Jsak and the Beanstalk.
The co-ming of the famous extrav-
agant "Jack and the Beanstalk" to
the opera house next Monday night
will be looked' upon a- ffrding oone
of the lmost interesting. complete
and original produ.itien-. Tills re-
markable coinhinatioli o.f -p ctace!e
and extravaranxtn, la- beer! widely
heralded throtugle, its long mtid ire-.
ord-breaking" eniagemlent isn II o,.-
tona. New York and othe-r eitte-: in-
deed it,- fir-t seaO'L,'- tour was limnt-
S td to entrgageents in lbut three sor
four citie-' whale la-t eit-ao It.'
travel- were costitnedod t e, tli- pr Iini-
pal of the larger tti.--. The m-tro-
politan entiage-,lment*. will bI- limited
to a few week iIn each cit'v. It i-
altniot iuiperllnou- to s.ay tl at "Jack
land the BHet;n-talk'' I- tile wo, k lof
R* arnet alid Slaane adci wa- .,riarina l-
ly roduc#-d hby the llostoen c'ad,.ts.
It i doubtifl if any -tage production
he beeil a'cosrde-d. much anld -~i-h
unvarvitig prai-- a. i a. thIi-; I' ,;
New York. IetO,.,. Pitiladelphi.a
Slad elsewhere ,i:ae come- d -.er.,.
t ion of salei doir

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A;ll iuti i-tri-al i sidl <(',,--
|>-rity, wouVld be. at a agrcat .i.d -
a-trsoun disad vaitag .
I'rucefd in 'h- speaker ,l. (I'i. li;i .
portrayt-edi the lIeeii it-. coilvec i .-
and l'rsional, of lahtlr orga nization.
;anid dwolt upon the c ':dinal I,,
lient of -trengtht involved an1 the :.-
.ociation uf number. for initlati.;
protection. following thi-a with a
very lucid and intelligible expos.i-
ti4on of the functions of the waitking
delegate. who, when wi-ely c(hi.o-,,
and duly authorized )v the ors.,, -
zation. formed an indi-pen-aiblue cen.
necting link. not only between it,.
public and the organization but b),.
tween the organization and it- in' ti
her.s, as their executive < lllt*r at d(
the guardian of their rilh's H.,
al-st vividly portrayed the inj-iry
pos-.ibl to and often cia -ed by, tls
selection of unfit persons as walk-
ing delegates or executive efflicers
who reversed the heneficent pur
poses or their office by stirring uii
.trife, and playing the lemagib,;ae
niunidredstof ditT -lrent way-..
In this c infection, Mr. Willi: .ii
paid an excel ent and deserved ta ib-
ute to the talents and wisdom, the
sound judgmni -t and untiring devo-
tion to tne interests of the local
brotherhood and their individual
Imetiber-, displayed in the work ot
their weli-chosen and elliient hu bs
ness agent, Mr. Berny I). Hoffman
After recounting the wonderful'
rrow h of the -rothpihood during
the ptast few months, stating lth-
there now existed 554 unions, w.: I
an aggreogtte memilbership <-f 5:i.(il
the speaker closed with a few fore -
ful word of advice to individu..
inember-n about the necessity of
prompt and constant attendance ai
meetings, and unwearied intere-t if,
the work of the brotherhood. sup-
plementing them with an invitation
to those desiring to join the brother-
hoods.
A secret mte-ting of the brothel
hood was then announced, and thei
large audience dispersed, highly ,
pleased with the evening'- proceed
ingS.

ROBBIEDI THE GRAVE.
A startling incident of w which Mr.
John Oliver of Philad-lphia. waa the
subject, is narrated by him as fol-
lows: "I was in most dreadful
condition. My skin wa. almno.,t yel-
low. #y.es sunken, tongue coated.
pain continually in back and side-.
no appetite gradually growing
weaker day by day. Three ephyi-
cialns had given ime up. Fortunate-
ly. a friend advised trying -Electric
Hitter-.' and to miy gre.t j'ov al i
turpri-p thet first battle iiiad-i a de-
cided inIproveinmetit. I oe tititi-j
their u-s tor toirt,.- w. ek-. anid an.
now ;a w-i1l mali!:. I kin w tLiev -vedt
iny life,. aid robbh-d the- gray' ..; a,-
other victim." N.t oi- s hotlld f).l;
to try thli mi. 0:ly :,i t n;: p.,r iot-
tle at \V. A. I'Ain-mub-rts' Drul
Store.
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liti is :sI I'.; s .1-. Ito it Ist '. 'ae' s':caieidai.tt'-
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fill thill- lme'eIpls 2i.- akv nn lot-itsi' t lais aas
satherisi' nsii ill I Ile' tm te'. lIe'v 4:111ge
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MItCo'lilell of thie Kte lgllilat f l.)ah0,
La.bo. will deliver a l,-e.u e-at i t(h ;o -t.:g;it.
S q ".' AIlAe'cri-;hi, I r,'I hadl
h-i, ,- little l o,1n ih'n 1 I-t ni lig t ly. til,
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'i tin;'lne-"-ot friends ofe MI.
S *. i -4 ( .it w. il i i- ple*' -ed ta, l:hean
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1a t- lelit-la. l of alter (ilb r ill-
S. .; it ,.1 Mlr..and i Mr.-. Harry fi,, -
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ln :, ;,., it i aI ct. i at-lia l' .- i e-

It P. W\e'i L. hoItter known :i-
!- I,. th l,' ipop li.r i traviellig i e, ii -
-* I ,i: i\- oel the New t)il t' i- I'l.:iv-
Ir, 1'o1ptitau 'd It% MIr-. \. -i-
f.i'1 IiI "llIte4r, is h6-re to-daIy on I ti-
i ,'u : ;:ir Inili.) tinly vi-it.
iH. I lotfnian, business, agent o4l
tl;e t( .spent-'rs atrd Joiners' L'nion.
accompanied W. J. Williams of tlie
exeentive board on a visit to Milton,
this morning. They expected to re-
turn here this afternoon, but went
to BRadad from Milton and will no:
tetur n until to-morrow.
M.. S. Hnn of the National HRal
Estate Agency of Dayton 0., and
Mr.<. Benn are guests at the Mer-
chauts. Mr. Benn is a well k.own
proinmoter of land-seekers excursion-
aild has brought several excursionuu
ha 'e in years aIst. many of the viz-
itj s having made heavy inve.t-
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T'iere will be no advance in thlie
.,rice tf seats for Jack and Ith Reanu-
4tall Monday night except the- first
three r will be $1 50. Seats for the Wood-
ward-Warren Co. for Tuesday night
went ou sale to-day. Ladies free-
Tuepday night when accompanied
by a paid i) cent ticket.
Siherifft Geo. E. mith announce--
in tlc J-" tl hais ci'ndidacy fd,r re
elbue, oo. Mir. umith h a. mnude an
asetOe, vunergetic and pffieepnt nmtoea
andi It is a very rare thing that hef
,ni;e a ct iminal when he gets on
the tail. He is popular wtith all
class 5o and his friends feel confident
that will be re-elected by a safe
major ty.

TO RE A CULD) IN ONEl DAY
rako lve Bromo Quinine Tablets. A;:
druggt a fund tbe money if It fails t<
cure. i.. W. rove's-ignaturi- i- on -acti
l4,x. '.

;. -. K. Miller. Newton Hamii'-
:,sin. a writes. --I tlink DI), A tt'-
W\'tch Haz.el Salve the- grailde-t
-live ade.- It cures pile ;nylt
-1als e everything. All fraidultilit
ianitatiop'as are worthless. Ha':mi-
I'harnmal cY. Johni Shepard. S. Ia\ t,


mat TreIbblng Heada(che
Wo rId quickly Ic-ave you. if you
u-ed Dr. King's New Life Pill-.
I l:ounands of sufferers have prove-l
tieisr matchless mer it for Sick and
Nervvous Headaches. They maka-
,trelblood and strong n-rves and
'uiluj up your health. Ea-vy to take
Try 4hem. Only 25 cent- Mon.-\
hack if not cur-ed. Sold by W. A.
I) Al emberte. I)ru.zist.
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fongit I 1y I.irI iLisnkise-4r L pre v 1 i l s-lI %- r
I kq iI ..(t 1 !I.I- I a t M I&- Ir-ito t j a .
plz e.,a 11'..tI,. *a I Pro..toirli a.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in still in the
''~I :cLI Il- j)-~p.4 P I :Net-, II olike- t ~~5141 5'-- I
I ine. 't- ui g 1iiwt i i t'IIi nt-. ansi ase eton 'C I ) i i i i
t .'ts:n it i- Ii- o tin' 5 .: s.r--me vtiy ar t
-t':ibo sSe~.4lv: i r L'ssle, and will *-IT. v: a itre
Illtotoile (etae.

_N t sa~w Feb. :, -('Cusesa i-

rAj'i'll ansi May.,71 113; Jmit-and 51July.

Irt the I'llilip ui wee...
N1 \i ..x4 .-IXh 3:-NMaior Kiabbe re'-
porn- thiiat this tritep-i Wove itsecs- spied
the i-land-;e t ~snir I. vts' with setdv

killed and five C trusleenWere caje-


I it'ens-4l to Marry.
Lie.-:i--- were issued from the of-
fice of thti- County Judlge during the
past we-ek to the following-namend:
Whitte.-Charles William.s and
Rohbini Ju.'ne Walmer.
Color:-d-Martin V;an Buiren Har-
riQ and Hattie Yoling. (liailes'
Milner and Willie BHele Harri-,
Iont-vy W'hite and Fannie Adam-.,
Ha'ywooed Pear-son armil Maliei- I);tvi-,
Lewis Davis and Mary HKloxhumi.

VITAL STATISTICS. I
recordd of Tlirtha andl Death Filed
in the Office of tlhe City the Week Ending Saitrday. F-eb 3
BIRTHT.
W1 ite-John O'Donovan and wift,
a Laughter: A. N. Knowles and wife,
at daughter; Win. Yates and wife, .
daughter: A. Barbara and wife-, a
daughter; Victor lSoderquist and
wife. :n oon-stillborn : (Cl.rn T'rhieson
;ad l wife, a daughter; Jun,. 1. WeIsct
and wife a -on ; Joe Lulhinigt't n a,3nd
wife. a -,n1.
Coiuuld--RLuth Edw rd-, a -ot : ).
I J. Cunningham and wife, a datiuh
ter.
DIATHc'.
White--Helen M. Fisher, :t7 vea"r.
ga-trii-: Walter Uhiburt llowlad.
2?s dav-.
Colored-- ~). itd Jackson. 2( davq.
inanition; Eiddie Sheppard, 1 mnontli
and 12 day,. jaundice; child of Alex.
Oliver. -tillb,,rn : Dirly J.iy. year-.
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DOUTH!T G'V;-S UP HIS JOB.
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(Jrgaenn.1.Hese": .~t -L 'nift :a- ,1ore
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thep in.-ih-.3 e'.tof ;uu -~..er. unni
aic i t ';a ~ I u.~r : m. I e r --e
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beiofl aas ioici r i-(U rd- .an.) j I
f fr Ins- requev-r f -(if1 v.vr'. u ttzi.i
(J-ri tinat I '- .nr at u' 1 7-urtWe'ur
ingii Iari iuarw ult tne jreon"
tenuv congtst-uci )nnce orri. vrur
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EASTEWRN TR'P A SUCCESS.

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faria 'inir-'s .'~ino 1",riland be.
V weeal Wt. i. ani .1. f1; van .in~i his pnomi-
wni suni port~re it wasn aecaued usat 114,
eastern trip batd proveali a gre~tan ~ce
ands it wa% re~siolveths iat t~inetrip should

Paign of IWOO.
The campaigningii will hbs renewed im--
mediateiv in the wearerti ard nortle-
western States&
As soon as Mr. Bryan ends his prso&
out eastern trip in New Jersey. noet
week, he will start for Texgas to rejota
his wife and children. He wail ree" for
a week or two and wiA be ready for Sh.
national battle.



pairti~al tthe tu.-4#u-eof :itesinat. r- Ill AP-
jpl3i51i.zlisjuid- slat~ls, tiss I -anl pS14-
age.s for *Vf~Iif'ir/I'f ."-. the pro-
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dPstrt'vead -tix .''.rht- en'rI- 1town. only
three Lu i,iis o.An,% o, .se; eftsiad-
1U2 -.-'S bi~inxw-rre pilaroyed.

Among the tiApo !sremrn'w"V
the p s~ti f~l e. lenaring It'.ei. eighs .$rw~
hounses. Knnnght?'eo-)11rtiveasballsand
two livery netdip.fia I -te i;_SU:Anc8 Wii
be SbUgt Olle-LA.aj 'Lks .. 3.%


Yot 0 N"W F .keb. z.:-Late
uitot file bri'ke u.u. in the Met: roy Flw-
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to J. M 'fuwter & Cons a).rvet of dry
iroodoo ,nd to tme anj.-muingt bnusk occu-
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total logo vtii atglezae re bewo-n 3$4w.-
000 and C-oOs. TuJ 'ae Joss ee1% Overed
by W1 per cent o" inisu: .ce. Tu, origis
of the fire is unkuiown.

For 0-ver l'i'sjs Years.
MRS. W'VaTtaw'8ScoMsjais.'L Ae ytr- 80
batn need for' over rl'?YIFear, Sby Muillsom. g4
nlotuo-rok for Lbfe~r childro-n wiji.o- *PP1'Ig.
with -. ris. ..-'4ut i -. t*'r t ~ he chit
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nan Eelthe Wold. rwto ".v7.- _e' roa auV

Cmth.E~esFl -hr e

two % OrTin burned to death boe Feyew
terlar in niff~rout ftree Mrs Einger
C. Parke'r. 1W4 ears rfif Ze. niotber St
7Major Ihexiwi.rae t~i. aru-r. ('a"e of the
0,1e andi zn-el Pr'minueutin~eibere @f
rfb.,-a. bar. ii'sd her clothing Xutted
rfrowA i .ra:e ando died'o rom tme effeefe
oll tbo r~urtio '-Irs D'vine.a&red d41.
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We've got the right A
thing for you:


Cream De Beaute.

Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.

PARKER DRU(h CO.
For Sale Only by

q4fqIs' PM4M4CY,

215 Sqouth Palafox Stt.



Indigestion!

IW,y challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to thfe Alatchless .llineral


I .cl~'-iczctht 1t J (ter for the c-urc of' In,-
h~axxI- *i,~ t' ~ PlaIintit


Acme Beer.


'I'll E BEST BRER SOLI) IN
PENSACOLA.

Dinnheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

IsaO Solsioy M. PiI rla3 Vil. Yhtes.

' The Jug Trade .
Is Our Specialty. : j
}Prrxpt Debvery andi Sati-factiLo
(ia nrttooeed. t

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iScarfs. SofaI Cui-h iwoct.- Etc.
Battenbcurq and Point Isme Patter


'rile Public is b,vi'ttd t.m (',ill.
MRS. H. V. RENDA
4 V-I WtCithai-o' ttrett..


dige:.-ion, Dyspepsia w, d
all forms of Stomach, How-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
easej. Guaranteed to rure
or money refunded. Cost
only cents a day to us;e it.
One dollar bottle last htven-
ty (lays. .
For sale by all drudgists:
(als,\, 1;. T. GTreen (Co. 3.
S. Palafox ASteet.
O OR ADDRESS


Greenville. Ala.


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a.ecO tman 43,.1 .crirraaal'. A4% isr3cl-tt*'l
.-m itpffa-t..It 1t4 highly r.i-Ncammt-..de-d byt
pL' -:;cianflaor a nuaatvwr .~i--~-
Axili. (a.o 4rfoN.
of PM iiirobaate Court, Butler t oulity.
cilahamm


WzGOLAY-_

Grist and Cori) Meal Mills,
X. F. GO MZ~EL & CGO., Prop s,
Mani.:Awt2Iu rvirc
CHOICE NNAL AND) PURE GRUON D
STOC K FF. E .1)
O,? t ~ Itio ii- 11,jw hIidic .t rv. tfor Ilth irs
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en c ont ributes to10your .Ut~port.

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for Infants aind Children.

goric, Irolpg and 1Soo4thing" SyrIp-4. his i'llPe1l~avat. It
contains neither (1aiuin,'4Irpaiap vjotr other Nararwt4k
Isubmtance. It 4Ii-t u,%% wform-4 aud aIlaym Feveri~lenp%%o.
it Curei Pai~bira iaj.Itl41 W1Ifla, Colic. It relieves. Teteth-
biticTrottle14 ,t:and cue-4 Contip.~ation. It regumlates4 tMe
St "niacndad 2141Bweis. giving ihealthy ai.'l satuaral mIet'p.
The Clli jureiit P4fl.I4nea-FTle 3MQ~kerfsFriend.
The Kind Yonu'Have Always Bought
.7Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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OF PENA'AOLA.


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DIRWCTORRS:

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GemtoraI


J04N ".p FY-FI :R.
it. M. BHLs II N 14ruIIL.
As-s?.. CASHIER.


RIX :.. ROBINSON
MOARIS BEAR.


Banking Business Tresacted.


4, ,, d*-,,,,untzs Haudled on Favorable Term, Ex.
CA. ,e thought and Sold. Collections
P.*.oim*,Ivi ttitnd1ed To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


PABST

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Wines, liquors, Brandies

G1ns, Cigars andl Tuecco.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.


S. A. FICIEDIAN.,


-SO UT If


PALARIcu1MTREFT
Il-. ltdsphnoux 179.


The Star Laundry,


IHE Pill tIll LUM RY OF E11l FlORliD!


A rastidlious lDresser
i-dwy hlW' ap [py' wi 0n it. ascpto-4 tae-
)ok'aaaII ot % 4 the 4- x 1ul, I t 1,4 itj d ry
'wo P 'k thlt t wc'v lax.1'. gu tll iiittip a11A

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duzll fllaii.'oha.pit t-.iitko. Ittl,!iuij'l3r'1
Lit,- atiol be-atit zf'.tJ roalir thaitI 'ir

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A LL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 .L GARDEN ST
W-'GOOD CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FPRJEBB.
WAT.KPRR INGRATrAM, Manager.


ESTART IK1=f:u3 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
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Ship Chandlery and General gHardmuae,
OS AND 0f05- S. PALA'OX STREET.
A3- 3 MW r 40'W-------
REVERE <:COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S )ONM CUO.'
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUMtEL&BON'SPCMPB.
hmte Cordap. PalNts. Oils. luaticail lstremaits, arts, A vai, hllN
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REPORTED ADVANCE

STILL UNCONFIRMED

London Officials Get No Word

From Buller.

BRITONS MORE HOPEFUL

Th-y Claim That G' *nrail .J)ub-rt
Will Cerrntlly HBP Overwh-lmnd
Evenliully-Som- iHarsh Criticism
Fnr th- E-,glish Ministry.
LonDox, Feb 2.-There is no official
news from General Builer's headquar-
ters, and the only information which
has reached Lindon in any way sup
porting the reports that he has recrossed
the Tuglal river is found in an Associ-
ated Press dispatch announcing Lord
Dandonald's reoonnoisance, which is
taken to indicate a prelude to renewed
activity.
As the dispatch is three days old and
Lord Dundonald found no difficulty in
croaiing the river, it is not impossible


PAINE'S CELEH Y COMPOUND


A Great Reconstructant


REV. JOHN RICE, SEVENTY-FIVE YE&RS OLD, Scotch Grove
Iowa, writes.:
"My wife and 1 have used two bottles of Paine's Celery Compounc
with great advantage to our general health. It cured her rheumatism
and proved a good regulator of the system in general and a tonic fo
the nerves In my own case I have found it a cure for kidney trouble
arising from old a e, as I am now in my 75th year. In this trouble il
has given me almost instant relief."

The human system in old age must have a large

store of nervous energy and rich, nourishing blood

Paine's Celery Compound keeps the liver and kid


YOUNG LADY'S AWFUL FATE.

c.ce (let-e.4 .t
R~vrjt-!- A I-a 1- t-t W.%V.-I -j oihn
bmagieon, a :cro-,aminttcru it-cam-ait:14i
peon Werf- III ft- t--. i 1ar11id toe younwer
childro-na A --1- i*. hii-, ~i-
Sm~ile Solesi5n. .ctb ''''e-. A.
at bonee ate ena-* II-Tie Ra tv,-yr Is #. ie'iun
T'he al I!1 -r neta-' % -11i: tIn- vcc C titt a
neigbhor I. anti zz-fl rp e:-u;.L4- ticrnd
Stag -charrced amcjetrece I ., I% ,.;tier
teegs burccea (-if anj~ till- b-.i t I i
l~uro*ei fruemme cumtbody T 1at ccr of
the room ewa- apetire sue rflt e- usce
Ialamely e-elapc' u uttructacon
Too vivung wanwwmi ni%%,,& cut
fainting M1,141 It e114 pt"p.,?.-o I I -,L
she -M wiai at& koea~i t Onie k-' V I~o.-e-jear-
cu~v6IiiA aol afq.. 1 ei-e t A an-cii:ru.
her (. c.tbllzIdliltaicnti'-t
Tale deat i gr. wa-i %tcv ice Cu :, aua,~
Ipoplluar

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Teanes can c-:e-g tae Fl'c-,nh l,.-njd ccii
tne If c ~t 1a- lcu f a-t i cc ,'t.-.u neT) A. at
are teed u it hAtre %VwIeItI L: -


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General Buller may have moved in the
interim. and public anxiety is again
concentrated on the Upper Tageia.
Dispatches from elsewhere in South
Africa merely tell of desultory shell
tiring and the moveme-nts of patrols,
though Cape Town mentions a rumor
that General French has captured 800
B,3rs, where and woen not being an-
nounced.
There is a decidedly more cheerful
fe?ling in Ludon. 'The confirmation
of the report that Genieral lBuier had
ai:;uiuuc.'d thEA ine w'nld relieve Lidy.
-dnttn, toreth'-r with to tiunctionirmicd
r,-por: thaf t tie had ar':n:tilvy tefun a
n,\v forwarti iiiO;'i-eniit ihad gooa efleet
U:I t1 i. pU;,ili i21111i
F1L' ures i'is t p-,;l:sie'd hiave had "a re-
At-,.UIIIi. tllert. TiLt iv,,.v-rni eut an
u,'U.i'", rli;r it va< *"r'.r o;ie,. li;eo re
i t- \ r \ I- *a ni t, 11: i.e l,:)er- cound put
5 ,',(;) mueiin lut'e ht I fi.-i 'Th ltBrit-h.
:ii a l -vw (I -. ". W .. 11 i' e l;,. lO uene
Outh A ri a'l *; (' er.:I iou ucer., accord-
ic ti L. l t' :llv .t'". .ii m e.. n snr-
r UiniiiiJ" 1.1-iv,-icu an'A connrouting
**..',r.i l'u.ier.
In tie recent tnrr'7 in'Tinent Gen-
1 ral i 1 'iier lo t I,'.-7. men, but the
l:r'e-.".rI- If l,e'd T:I- 1 ers have no
| I in na : o. r,,.) ai'ili ti ILu;c(it illen witti
rir -'j so (i itlr'. I, ,okiu ; at ttie starter
1t t l i i'4 .:h ', is a- inevitable that
J ubwtrt wil b? beaten a ,it was that
G:(raut won d take -It'tiinc'cii
l-F'w dispatcns are i),w allowed to
come thr ,>uu from the seat of opera.
tioni around ('olh-et.rg, and ernieral
SRoberts is clearly anxious to direct at-
tention from the work in tcrogress in
co-operating with General G.tacre and
SGeneral French. The Du'cn garrisons,
both at Siormberg and ('Co,e>larg, have
been reinforced aid the B.er strategists
r are striving to repeat tneir tactic at
Magerafontein, Colen. o and Spion Kop
by creating a new impasse, by which
t the British invasion o: the Free State
miv be blocked.
Tbe military experts are inclined to
be easier with Buller since he and his
army are so undaunted and the harab
criticism is shifting to the ianntatry.
. MOZLEY'8 LEMON ELIX Ilt
A Pleasant t'emnorn Tni<'


-


NEGROES SENT AS FREIGHT.
'.urp-a.tle Mt,,ei'. P'lan to 'T1reatiort
MA1 lI01n1.0ye, 1 *M l A.
S' AN PI Fel' 2.-A wman by the
x.me of Davris demded to ii11 hi4 tnr-
-nurine uaa r m-.rhood (a Conainata. S. C., to Anda-
x sia. Ala He ctrocured iokree freight
,i.-rs. w hic he leaded and eoct via the
-.',utnern ra.iroad to Yepuassew and from
Ye massee. via the I.ant eeymm. to this
>p* inl .
1lis outft would *d-obtleas Lave pro.
r4cdea via tie Piant Fvstemusto Alabama
.ad not sIaesulearm been a1l 1sed with
-_'ard to e of tb freight -cars, which
wva utareu and btiied "anuot boid and
Kie .heu formiatre. "
Shel car imipertor-ef the Flamt system
w1 Ta1siug thbrouwj the yards antd
iituced a nmc'ro ndeavoriuj of 'iae itt.e wasaW Ui one ttic of the
freight car Th'e t ar was opjed aud
**7 egrrs w-Pre found inside.
The iolioe- were calald on and '8 n--
gruo w ere arrested. 2Davie was also ar
rested le la paded guilty. Hi[ ad-
mliitld that 2 as- the aegrote vere hia
trrpenu:izie haads. Time nLuer .c ihe mi
no: kto ,W.
liavs ptiii the fares of 2~ -negroes
from Yemaisee to &raT nah T(i t'ie
Pian( syvst[. anld t,*-r w'erv re'-..e1.
;)jvo-y (ta-in parua-cei tatkets fi.r nei i
ie.ti t (- <'fuira. r.x:.ruaoa to Aunde..uis,
A.,.i r1 ml aill v.et n tni-.r wV rre
.1 'iln,' Ti'e- .( r t m were de. uined

.'elIt l i cm p *nt.n.
like;!'.*- 'Y1, ;* l :Il k ill


Xf-ILUMAli i C 7 RR 'I'lIio :
1.J'itULIA tA I L1 L I tKI'. l.:. h li.I*Ic-.iic c
ita- u.~o ~ ~ 'Ur-i~ '13.. ce1cIct mk I"t ~


U40-114. Ire'mo-Ito S1afi~r.*-" i --I liaid creelim-ce vl.erg-' v wte t rfor-
it I!', -dt-.r-'-eua te. I. tueb-t jueiate ieair- andi w-. vidicirce' lilet-i.- 'I''
(t.*..it Ca;t:ejy'tj awl hd .~(i' Iii ica~e-ra-t r-lite! till I he '.' it Ic tet,'0 .-kc4
Hl~tI. It. It. !'slC(iilw RIli..td A111i 0cc.- Minute-' (msaaic('acre,. I kicue"'it
cur# -. It 1incirtor. c11-t w!.,it corli- .-r 1Ilt(,bc-t (cti'h lic-Ct''t(-a Itlade
t re~it int-titl. ?-~ -' 1ra % .1 1111-iI. J h. ecoti iZ ( yelI'i'.Icm. Jtquia'ic
ii#-fit Mt-. i v i-tit' -d air. blto'41l p[c i-l. ir-C it e.colds-. ('I. el).i f ,e 1) i
fi'-r-. lea vt. f ail *'d to t it.it. H R iia, gripped anmd thr-ce a t ccnd Itngm~
al wcaoos ldtccliloetlVroachef. the real 'recubltoeI It a- thle clitidrec 114 fm 01-
k'.U-e tl 31141lolbetitout atid drivt-!.fr' Ill', t r" 1) +d v ('Cicre~z ipick ly. liar-
the botie*.j110. C e5 itU-it- ~ -Piariiiacy, John Stio-ppard, S.
braile. and eweir,- ,i Kahn.'ih __________________________
'c ilnlithe hI. Ce ccl ti at tcall%*-.;
htt-imcuatistij cited Caetarrhi. B. H B Fcaxa onyur-c 'cr i-
i-~~~~~~ ~ th4ecyr-nd reo cuu it. JudiviftI Circuit, M ate 0. F I "rid a -
do) thiqsaiad curt, and -o there c~at,. daracitbtiwtnt.
mii-ver be- a return to) till- sylptotim-c C. MaK,-cwe CeinL2. doinit
l'trgive- up 10ep.. biltt try* .It.I. bunemteese a.V. McKorfizisIc
Hcettea B~~ic Bajic~ ; j~Oertang & COlipany.
Feor eA.e 1icy vdruggz-tfi. t $1 wT Wilhelm Wt~hme'tsn.
Icebolttle. eor 6 lar.-trt' o--tult ti ll The d.-fiendlsnt. Wellhov.'a illiie.
trentnlehtit) $5e. 'Te prceve ser wr ilt Take' to'lict'of the.m-1111014)[1 of ~ecitth'-
faithem: H B HWe Vwill it .tt taned the Yetmnitibment of Irni'.property in
t fe bltmfd- of Tuntvsne & I-offile. iand hoo, staid
rriAi eete FIret- awl p[IlCgcii(l tie ,%ii person. interpito-d are hereby required


prepa red fri mitt lee frv- 1)j ccieo' e-f
ljeiou,ii. C%)ubi eo wit h ot her vgs.
table liver tbiiC,-eit hartieF., arep
niatic -timmalnt-,.%,-%)d by drug-
gii~t's. N5$anid $!.Aso hbttles..
For bil~i'u.sneeis atid on-tip.,itioca.
'o r iiadig'c,'timi anad foul it-wncachz.
F4%r sick aned nerritu $acco,
Foir palpitatioti miid heart fa'ltir
take Lemon iElixii,
For srIi i-~ aced 1Ic-rr41ic

P144r fevevv4. mciui~ria aand orhIl-.
take L'illoti Elixir.
I +qii.tf')leElxir will hut 1fail -lutiii
v ny of the .aboe v. immml (Id i'-t'-. s.aI I
o~f whlich ;ti% l'. rmei,. a t~cIjeIdi r di.-
ea-.ed liver. -~toiiamalei m ii knlcey
I'r~qaared onl% by Ir. U-. _Mozley,
A t Iati a, (ia.
At the(apittl.
I Ihareijnrt takentlit, lx-( iof twn
bott I-.,4)f IDAr. M ()veA-%'zL- u.t on EIix i r
for t'rl-otis fieadme~i.-, i iidizestiora.
u ith di,;easued liver ma dkulcv.
The IRlixir-oured trw-. I ftui ud it ilw-
irriat4-m- it d~i:1" ever U-Cet.
J. H. Mvxl.: *c4ii. Altteeriev.
Ln!2i F Street- 1%'a-;hitigteeri1. I.C.


wvrit# -. I h4VI0 .;l,.t7 .'redle~'u
fre~i idir#-t.~ 4a or dy-pe.p.-.a. 4ectie


jvimdif .al tV~ i*" havel lq'E*'


cir.--. A! ljea .Ire'ccI=.v('are-
1srr()3;'"'. ;atzd all, tiir',.' aud tel timA, All~



I will rep'ijir yosur wccteht Lmid
Je-welt'V illtlr-.t- Style-. J. 1.
St epic -lics.


The 'Iue P lmaer. Steaaaa aaed Gam Fitter.
(11=tooe ifeorili 1eifrjogzd- timi :'a-
tlfwI'.- t l.*-t he CC If Iiated ~at l:!9 we.'t
G(vi.JV'Ii~fit stroet- :udicd -prt-pitrea
t-) do) aicy anid all kiuds of work in
Li hler.


Ifyou are readY 0ogot
house-keepingf. let Marston
4- Finish furn ish your house
for you. They ivill save you
money. Your credit is Oood
wvithth m


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of Margaret King. deceased.
Notite is hi'eeib given ttiat (on the .ith
day of March A. 1D. l!O I will appiv to the
Honoroble Probate Judge of EKcambia
County. Florida. for a fianl discharge tro:u


PR!


Crowing I
For v .'-, T- ftt-tt
YDaith aut ydoctr
, curru tx It lran
10 nt -tI .dgl l10


year#. NR


--- if,~


-v 'No.. July 27.
t.'rrit e pa.n. .'rery
te d wee I could not
I ( pr..twIn I felt I
,b t and wasgo de-
iat! D- peqof a cure.
,n mv tryaug Wine tif
i ie a ps'.n. and ddA
iad not dcnein s% e
4NI.N'%I E LItTL F


U


Ref 6rdgi


Mcc)iesty is *he cr e txr-::n4 %-_e*-f\r-,ecan %omen. :t tS the tr-Ait
that all marnKn,~.r n ii'ros. AmA .i .1- -%-man is the mo st peain 4 '! All
crc cted thini:S. Liec.ase f this iec. wim: %i ertue thouwands t- %%'vcrlic
prei. r t.) %utter tint. .4d rmseries r.,tner th-in c, .ntikie thoir troual'lo st(- A
phyv..mcian, and to e, en tliink i~t sulhmmtti'i4 to an ex.az1c:Litcl. -TiL% rr~' t-
irpv. Thev' can't get their f .,n n o'-went t, ,An eiperakte.in. Wie'01C dt .jti'
per-irts senlsitivC Ae %ki~nfl t, eta~icntheir im, 'je%tv. N% ,ch it thev can cure
teniale troweu'le in t he qui~et ut4 their oAn rt- ics. If Pecul treatment
is requcired theY' can %' ritc tee the Ad~ is' .rv I ecartrncnt .t-1 the CNtbh.t
cccig ca Medicine Ci-'..in,.' their letters %%ill 1%- ri .nirti answerTedl'
%,,men trnicied ini the cure of
1 IA *in1eN x \I.tk''..Se% And ervr.i-
[LAIIIIS' AIVISSEY IEPAITUIUT.*
.t':.aeitrepseueivc:ng i % ii;.t-miI'. I t i-. lhiiu%,J tI '~e'4: rtne~aec.a
2 lPAN,410 (I, 1egi~tamranc.e T.-n*cx.n~'. c-'iditi' r. Yhe lo ,.v'er
-~p-.,p-neJ the hardJer to cure.
A LARCE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUE
COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE.


.EMEDA.
'
.. nun


:.Thursday, Feb.


The Regular Monthly Drill of the Chipley
Light Infantry will 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.


Remember the Dae. Thursday, February Sth.



H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gag Fitting, Materials Kept on Hand


WELFIPRONr 325


..PuT.H"AnnI.A, VISA


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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

-:Rooms fpr Rent by the Day, (Uesk or plonth. ( V

311, 312 North Tarratona Strut, Opposite Union Oepot
0-Teiephone 68.--0
----GEO. WILSON & CO.,.+.--
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. .
FRESH VtGET[ABLES RECIV DIliY. W OLU1 AIIll RlT. "
"at t1"".I Bo.'n"e Pensacola, Florida. ,,.,.
Mt K l lets llelInu llaio. "|t't:r


DUNN'S s


0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Rvsufnr

Afah fach Dai

25C Eacbh


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night
OYSTERS, VI H ANI) GAME OF ALL KINDI. IN HM'A-ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RAT,.TE:-From $l1.<,, to $I.oi p-r Dany. k LODGING :
t.5i: aind 511 S. S.nmth Palaf.ox er et. I'nnse-ra. Vilu Iota 125 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVIL.LE RAILROAD.
: N (A'J I AN I A 1: 7. -' -.


N'
- *-' ~l i~i
I'
- ~1 ce
* 4 mc icc
"ii iCc
2:' c "lii
4 I-i..,.


Nc.
Icc-c'
ci ccc
I' cc i.e
* ii Fee
* ~' CiC
'4 01


A ri%

A ,


I',' II
I cc'lc~qi
'b-.'11'.
Neot e.1,.
\~. cc
I--cc-c


A*

A cco-


It C

It


t rnl
n Inr
It'i
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i. 5-" r cc!i
a: 11


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


N o. .:.
e; "i. it
; ;.5 k |.lit
I cc L: i 11e
~ : .* t T il
** '' a 111


c.1 i
?toc
cI Fic


Ta I ft tit. r .

.1 at*k -#Iet,.%Ie


N'.
* Cc 1.1
* cc c-i
m' '~'
J, eec
cc ye.
i tee
I- ;a iii
'~~e ~ ,fl


frit
f '- c i


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Restaurant,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
OPPOSITE I'NION I'PicT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night


.W A Complete Stock of Fruits, Nutr, Candies. Cigars and Tobacco
f '%^n .&a i r fn ._M n


M


Virtue. A l


ORI ANO GAll BA


neys active, and the body strong.


Y


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900.


TEE DAILY NEWS:

Moore at th- Post ()ffi.-e at r'frissroia.
Vfts as second -cla'eb ,mat t, r.
E1WVecir: Pit' Hinng.I l-
ft Otftet, U P-6 Ia Ir.
rvBLI14H-11:i BY
THE YEWS PUBLISHING CO.-

T.,mwm-uinvauiably In Advance.
orme Year by Mail I%.
Y'hre Moatbbei
fb" M34.ath -.1.I


THE WNEKLY NEWS:
fttltshod every Iridft flto S ;.-1r ~i
74mma4e f r"t.

TELEPHONE NO. 119._ __

ldq~ervt~s'g ftos Furn. Alden Applicaeian.






Tb.. papmto Isan file with the

Illilling. St. Paul, Minn.. where:
&h, dvefft@Ms andotbert ni a-
ea~ueIt e~where estate@ winl be giwe'I.
OPMOm frOSUNAL ADVENTISIINQ

FUWSAOOLA. FT'P. 3. 1900.

IKE Milliian Journal ~riwits th~e
following cutting rCoxxuli.4,ut tupont
the peculiar zattitudi- of ftip republi-
can pr('tertioni-t'- inl enlire-z:
A deciel-lon of C'h itf J wit VMar..hq! Il ha'.
bee ttusad 11 A b l bb tlis I -tath.at the-
Utasted S4tal.'c tnvit-a:-*all I.-r ritory .
wbak b th- mit# d Sttatv'. .',-ivi-ee veiitrow
2his certair. ir anud. thoe !'~ii atIit-a
all Lbe other ia-land-. Bitt it vt..l n~iakll, n
*ifferenre to th. rspubli~aia. Ilador-. it%-
Iag rvjad~asLed ( I i co t -t-Ii 1'1ill ., I..% vvi1
jw. hbelitwp t- e4 e'rrul !i.t-upi-il. .ux I.

TIFF. ,Iiocvh IirgtIr~a1-e(I% vicii'i ti
otiverwkit-lixed a -itiv# r4'irLA S. te V6 ItII,
shame can otily I,#- :iuottid hlit ,
prompflt andiid miliv .x~.'~~a r
b.,th c01,111,411(iig f~oru.-.ft*4a~te---

e'rb l arh::r.a; i-oft f* h'eT...,''

fu tl- r r-n 0 qasi i l:'i a- I,,

*trzfef t. I li n #1,,N


otri f 0.~~ ~* Ce~ teftli




&he et.4t~f. u


Ar 3Ino1l I. i l ae I I -i..
lare-r- 1a.-ld II(I a'a:)4o i -ft,.wa'd~i '.-
pgo tt'e av.serti-t a-; wit attce hi-e

ed-fVje''iic al- '.ft'i h't a-t:. I a iii

of niat ri~ai-woi,,I 1W 1 XI-te14Ain
lise *vicillitv of I .-ini ::tl.',I tip ,



slittuld he 1e -vIi4ec'4 i 4 4 1 A
In:-ker's Ill (.ill ad :. i -










the re-1ll ('itit'lille d Iln I,. i,+ TI

prce''-. s- 311t~ i --a nI


c--at.in a r.'.'etit 1.-11-" c'ee; iI A!,

IL..P litigatacti for thIte eta 4 1 4 :i.- -:t .-
x X-c*.tat ji n&.!I$Zcr rat -.. *. -, t.!, I'-
couClio-1t11, h 4i-eu taiti1 c '' ;

j u g tr = tatio u eir o '- ;:li .. t c I ,

i'mIlng'au4f the C.ewil, I Ihi '.a.-


a comnpric$itl'40- t-ill hill 'I ee
g('sted Iby the' r:4,,re A c WI I--i
prflri(i, g, no. n'f.'r;,:. I-, n Ila .i

t--co-lit a err .:e. u tdtr s Ii .-:*.u'. 1 c

zatots to r.-tuistaia 4 co[It I- !I. I .. I. I:e

112.9ije a -IMI~LAZ ~ .r :-ai.'
readen: i, '' ( "-wit h Gitt'a4U 1


113- 1% -..n~ ~













r' tOf it e'1 'e! .. I I a.. -:1!% i





-evivrve"'1to Or., 'f ~erI.:;it teixj



Lecavintg em ii puhli".hor :o ,J."CIi
:4sr hit''-welf. by cecwnp.-rlai-m with hit
"a rste.. whutiier, or noct it,* t. ati-..
fied by law for. leigal :tdv'trti4I'.z
are just: and equitable. as the Trle.
Irraplo cfmitnl.e THF NSI_ erulest
tbat even if it were trtae th-it -t!,,II
)egiuaatore create% the ads'errt~i-imr.:
tLe fact should llve thut thod' nit
rTighLtio say what &hall bv paId.'
When Uhe Ie-zislature ortle'r- ii-w
fulrniture vor repairs for public buil,1'


but properly leaves the market to)
control. Publishers, now-a-days.
do not often fix the wages
of the printers who work for
them. but generally comply with
the market rated for sue h la-
bar,. a. adjusted from time to time
by the typographical union; and the
Telegraph itself destroys its own
argument by stating the fact that, in
the case of tax sale advertisement-,
'-double price must be paid for the
settit'g."
The Telegraph concedes that the
price allowed for publishing ti x -ale
advertitemnents i- too low. and ill-
si-ts that the publisher .-hiuld re-
ceive 60 per cent of the commercial
rate for the work." Why not I(lI
per cent? Ic there any reaio)n w hy
the people at large-the state-
-hould pay only half tne I rice indi-
vidual-A pay for the atne,. or sinnaiar,
**-rvice?
REAL ESTATE

rranimfers For Week Ending l'elr.
S, 11":O.
[ Reported for THiNaws byThoa. C. Wat-
*on & Co.. Real Estate Agents. No. I Soiuth
1-alafox street.1
T'hoM.b. Grice and wife to .. J. Hoo)ton: 14
inte're(,t In lots li and 17. block *'1. lteluomit
No. West King tract.;Odi.
Lee lDaniell arid wife to Dora Ann
Thoma&: North 4I ft of Ilts I anid ) l in block
it. PIastl King tract. (-*,'i.
1'. K.I. I)etige alnti O- tee J:lre- Witt-
-eou: lAot. 1 ,)o4 and 24. bilov' 'ic,, We't King
tract. I1:X L
*-nne'tt F. Morris and ite tn ('bCtirl F.
Ktincyuind Lot I and aI- 4 o(t f.e -e :-C t p
it.. r ::' west. S!.
J. M. ('ronia to i). 'W. Mc'Mi'lan l.ot:. tlo
II Mai tracti. to)* .
William Ha'.. T. F. Welle-. andl .. F.
Warrenii to E'caniiloia '. unily El- etri,"
li ht al i li'e'wer i ;. Part- if l,.t- 7 to l i
mlld '1 It, :4. liict'k ;'.. alter rmtli it. l '-.i ,
t4i, -- l> I)$ nl i lii f if,- I- j.St-tjh Il.. L -
e'ntn: -7 l.) l t f-t ul lots I land i1 liolnell li
i ;rllcf. S
.lb in M 'l'in' ld to Vi -toria -'. 'Willi;lin--
palI w f t. l itne-r taik i*iitl ..
L. W iliiis ald ife i of .ic lnin Mr"
l ..i i 1. Part of t 'he Turic'r.tiirkt e 'ratil.$
H iit. ii-he-r and wife- !t W K. ilyer. .11..
Ltoit- an i diul 7. block I1. I, i*i. nl tra' t. *7'"i
.! J. Il,' itoun anid ^if, :-P Mo.-- I. n ma:.
i ; Kit l tl t. l .n.A
-<-i .*' I Mt" lrino, I ru I nhl -ick l -. 1y .r* ,i: l
i1t -!, r. oi> 111. t i r. 1 -ri. ,! !\
,* 1.ne- "n A l ii.il/ ; i tl, e- 't' r !.\ ii


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l 'A' t l .
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%V'tIlkill :hI.- ltii~i! aihijt c'l.id Ie
t.Curet*- ()lid Sleet-. I .e -''~'r e



t''.S4..d hb-y W. A. [)Ale-'i-i-eti'.


EU(~~,U.WA'.l F.%'N & C()'*)fIVA NA


Agent-;., N ei I iix';Pa m- tivv'' C.

V enat 1111.1 c't to ('lain 'e.


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f, \,4 ee'ie' tetlhiititl ii.SI.


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ARRIVED.
Br ss Hannah M Bell. IW., Barnard, St
Vincent to Gulf 'ransil Co
r as. Torino, 117:1, Penaill. Havana to
oulf transit Co
CLEARED.
Nor ss Nordpol, .t4.-%. Stoltz, by Raars.
D uwuody Co fore .BNazaire. w th *'24.;I1
tr. d-aIl '2 .I w a fr timber. 17..502c It hewn
timhier. valued lt 1:3).41l
Nor lik Henrik Ih-en, HI!0, <*abrielsen. b-
W. -. K*-yoer & Co.for huenos Ayres. with
.-)liw.l fIt lumber. valued at ti 8t15.
-tu- bk H iljia ;7., Karl..ani. by Rix M.
Robinson for R'-.tin -. witn 22 1-;7 s ft JuliU-
be'r. valued att 4 litI
Htr. %- I-tiddam, additional eario for tie.-
noa. JIK) 'I bales cotton. 2.444 rd hales cotton.
'7.-.A':t Itis hiopfs,.. O iton- phtioehate rock. l,1.-
4t2 uoak ?tate's, valuc'l at 162.016
AT QIARANTIlXr.
Br brig Alice Bradshaw. 2-i. Hanmmond,
Htivmar. to Rix M 21 olinson
iRu.t .hlp Coilumbus. 17 t. lurcbman. West
Hartlepool. to W 1. Wittieth & 4'o
Nor lk Lady iladys. 12741. Jacobsen, Lon-
don to rensacola Lumber Co

THE 8RIPPIN1G1.

V&M LLIB IN POKM
etaMMIa I
Itr Atbar, I1M. Sullivan. to Gulf Transit
4 o
Br Ardova, Mo01, Smith. to Baar,. lDun-
wody & Co
Bit Dartmoor, 113.8, Bass, to Baars. Dun-
wodxy & Co
Autt Jenny, 14 O. Persech. cld for Trieate
I-pan Leonora. Ilw;, tiustinza, to Gulf
Transit ( o
Nor o Nrdpol, -',42N. Mtoltz.cld for t Naza-
rie
Br Stag. I:J2, IHruce, to Gulf Trantit Co

It Avon. IIl. Schbiafflno. to Rosasco Bro,-
Itus Harrou\dale. 11V7., atterseni, to H1
11 lover
Nor Morrni, 13.T71. Krale, to order
It Vanloo, 1ii;. )livan, to Kubsasco Biros
MA SAIK P
Nor A%-calon, '.l.e, i4ultrandson. to kS lCou
l.u- A iastralia. VI', Flander, to order
It Agostino Torrizano, I11'%. Torrizano
FTrnidad tto order
It Avvenire t'. 77:2, tlragiine. to laars., Dun-
we dy & Co
it Hatlt-tina Madro. 7-2., Sc:eccarana to
IKosBake lros.
It t '-r-antlire. li 1], Co'ta. toB Hars, Iin-
A ody & < oi
Nor Hi enric I benh'l, %'. ihttrielsen. chld for
Hueiimi \vr---
Itus Hilja. .C71. Karlson. cid for Ro-ario
Nor Iutiat. l,.i-. 4i-tlie. cld for l;ueno,< Ayres
It I -ide'.734 S hiattino, 'ld for Livita%-.c-
.'hits, lui>!.
Ner K lIy,**-'.*'. F'reldrek '-en. to Htl- ars. I ni-
wody A C'o
Nor Mairgarethe. ''.i'. l.arsf ii. to W 8
K,-v,-r .en "*o
N'er |)lhin-;nt. !7t. Peder-'n. '*o P'lnpe''ila
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N ElI')! FTthe cntitaatt, Own-
a ~c Zod o t ez'. r con-iwrnt'*. f the I ,.tl-
~~ inn bk H.'roiaalio, ro- wi~l he r'--
,x':':~e&' ..:':'rigg. ~z' c' ~h. Ts .p.n-tibl., for d tin, ('ufltraiete'.
"~Kc. ~ *. ~ ~y'. Ii the crew of said ~ ~ o-~
*-e- ~-Z- a r; B.-lar-, :.;rVwotlvCO. ati

fcx1 iherth. G--i Hcv.d' bec useNEITH ER Ithp capfat. owner%
noir coni-igneas of the.lHr -.
~ (2,& d~iaLA~f~l-' .itl,l'f-ir debts ieontracted to%


SPECIAL pOTICES. e "Bread is the Staff of Life,
THEREFORE HAVE IT 00S0.


Better thai toe


Oftu OANT 4 VVole.


MIABLE. modest girl, go (I hon.pe-
keeper.r(l.tWi|n would appre'i ate tffT-c-
tionate hu-band and go,-I home SHhr-
wood.'are of Ethrl.eli,13' East fith st reet.
New York. ;i
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O 0ST-A diamond rinig with iold >irme e-i-
j tint. Return. firreewaid, to Mr M<-
res.o. 1f East

MONE1 T lilsber Buildlng, Patafox atr.-et. jitf

L o*ak negotiated, 6 to 8 per oent
SBlnkley& Daniell. niltitf

SOANR AT LOWEST RATES OV IN-
TERESr C'% ALWAYi Be OBI-
TAINEI) BY PARTIES i4 AVINOtoOO)
SECURITIES hY t'ALLING ON WIr,-
LIAM FISHER, !U Wi aOUTH PALAFOX
STREET r.

F YOU WANT TO BORRO A MONEY
invest money, insure your property, pro.
cureabstracts of title buy or sell rea 'es-
tate, rent property of any description, have
rent coll acted or 3our tax* attend d to,
Coll on or addre-4, Thop. C. Wat-on & Co.,
Real Kstate and Insurance agents. Pensa-
cola, Fla. Charges moderate. "To everyone
who buys a lot from us we will iend money
with which to build a house. Sd-tf
R'Ort AI.A1'!

L'TR SALE-Two six-foot shtow "a'v- with
I tatids. Apply at Koom 3, Fishher build-
ing, up-stairs, Mouth Palilfix street. tfit*
OFOR ALE-One 2-Hor-* Trap in first-
1 clastscoudition. J-. Mcliugli. 2aj-tf
F'oRS.ALE-Ha'ing inte.redl into other
RIusines' reqih i tiv y e'i tire t ine. I will
sell my farmn at nre-tits stiilin. will (or
without stock. Apply at oiuce. At a bar.
gain fio r cash or oni ii ;tilll tiiiit plin. M. t'f
.'umner, gene-ratl de'li\erv, 'enstacoli.

F'O't SAl. -Fift ein iare- in western' -uh-
urbl)'. f*'ii iin. Haylou 4 h ie 4' aill i
.3old on eat-y Lei 1ni. an(il at t bargain. Tho-.
C. Watsoln o. dlilt
LIOR 1ALE-.A clhih't' pie-' tef hti-initi.s
' property on i'alaf,.x street, conltilliii
I'iv ..tir'i, all rei!Itt'i (pilce on o t- il
floor. rAire opp ltuitr:y f1;i ini- treli t.
Fi;l'ier K :il KE tlerAgency. t';Iltt
ll ,~,'\A 1.\ E-Ttne most desirniti' lio I ii t
t.lht y on e y ti-rins, iy the Fi-lh.r
Real .K liatoe AL'eliiy. V. II:tile 'A loii, Maln-
ivr. '2141 iouth Palaf'a x ,treet. 1tlini
-I>A-M -I ..

i A.N I linvo opteli'd tl heir tiillctll a('e till i
it lllijt ary h.i.. lI!r'n'. 'iat."'. \ i
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| A hiAV e .I i le' l. -e'kiand St t e'i< I i naf
1 wedldiiii; |rr.-n-lil fromi K li Z/in k Co.
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now prepanitd to ertc tJ e ir' 'et's on iihu I
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m atnidolin lin fo --i.irn iingu;i:..' i!i liit<
nt-w tu ini,vi 2 .2 We'-t Holinom it -free-t. .or at
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i.'-~,~n- ,it pui re- d(le tic ; i)(ic n -trn s iiil
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and H -.- h r l l .! i ;r .A ;;. -, lHair O! i. en 4'.. ;*:<.. 4" toverii lliient
S ..'re-*t.


1.11.r A M'* 111 1 -1: hi'it4 4i. NW .
1 i *. ,. r I I e ;: i :i g I )** t i -
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11SSE LLI-Y. C HI PLI'VY Primary Slie'!
San id titderitarten i- now O r-n fnl
It- nith t-r: !i in th'. re didentce at the eor-
n-r of t'.iltiarl ain .lit.'k-dn i .treets. en-
tranee on .l.ick-so," T*-rmis $2.0,' per month.
'211


St anardr's Big 6led 1, lbest
Patent Flour on the tnu,.r-
ket. Always on hand in
barrels, half barrels, 24
potn d and 1-2 pound sacks :
take no other 'no prizes.
All oth er goods of highest
standard at wholesale and
retail.
NJew Orleans Grocery Co.


.: Cohen, Friedman & Co's
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We will begin from this day, until further no-
tice, 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 DUES.-; O 1)1,, -INKiS AND SATINS.


Big Bargains!

IN TABI.E LINENS. 1I>\V-l NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!





kAg Bargains!
IN E S'l *~II I-:K A\N D B.P 7- 1 1A NTT N F TK I It 1,-;.AN 1) 1,A DI Fi"
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Big Bargains'
I N OURt lENTIRE- \~'FI.I4 MEIE''I 1K1- MA.%MMOTIH MHOF EPIIlART-



Big Bargains!
N MEN -.IONYS' AND) 11 1'\',:- %'l P il Ie U i( MEN.-
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Big Barg-ains!






Big llarg siui*-e
IN ('ARVETS. \TIiN;.'V N 1, .l.. ACICE (I TlA UNP
'Wo' Ihave reck vpd dit nt fr~in- Ji:~Japtu oh '.'r-lopidl of Matting;
Handeom"a Car;''-t TI. I :#- I loIiw priv ill -urpri.-e you.
COME AND REE THE GREAT RS-T-W-CTION.

gEAVRemember our Trdel;i'.'eutwiit.. o 'f f J'til ('aittPurchiasema~

YOUIR.-;AN\TIOI A TO PU' X*-E.


e-'COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.K~
C'Mail ()rdpr-" Prouianfly Attt'ndcd To.1"


folually


HOUSEKEEPER


what Gool Flour


is; that is wb)

Housnkcp ers


Prefer (bflisl


Thr Bt!


Fliur.


Lewis Bear & Co., Agents,

Pensacola, Florida.



SL SPETCINLW




SALE OF TINWARE!


h quart Dish Pans..
14 quart Dish Pans..
17-quart Dish Pans..
S'.-quart Dairy ior M l
1-qtuart Dairy or NI
S.. -quart Dairy or Ml
2 4iuart l)airy or .1M
3- (uart Dairy tor NI
4-quart Da)il-y or NI
i -quart Da liry or '%
i qulart l)airy tor N1I
quilart D)airv or .Mo
l -qiuart Pnddinlig or
1'I. qu(Iwrt Pulddin or
2-qilart Pu(Itdi i) or
: quart Puddinn or
4 (liiart Pluditin ,,r
.5-qilart hi,!idirlr or

i q uart I i':,lllfirii' <.
W aVish I,-. \ni \ ;. ,


21I
ilk Pi t i -. 2v
ilk Paim- i
ilk Pa i i -- :;
ilk Pan-- l;
ilk Pia it-..- rf'
ilk *:I;-.....
ilk Pa i i- -T. 'c
('Itik P.4 n :j

('ake Paiis-3c i
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12 liolt NI ti 1 .. .. ii
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Cake Turners.................... :c
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2 qluart Covered Bucket-........ 5c
3; quiart Covered Hucket ....... T7c
4-quart Cover.d ucket. ....... kIc
2-quart Seamless lUipped Sauce
Pan ....... .................. ,c
F'"u ri:lr*- C.ak 'air-. '!.!-t oize-s.. .'
1-pint Co(etYe D )ripper........... l oc
2-1lint ('. tT.i- rippers....... ... lIc
":-pint I'.Ct-. l)ripipers.......... 21kc
4-pinrt Co(' tI e Dripper-...... ... ".'
ti-ialvi..Z-( Wa~-sh Tlub-, large
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!-a.llon Oil Ct.atlS, gla;is .......... C
;,- ;illa ii Oil C('l-li, .:lva ini/e d.
w ith. f.i. lt .................. a i0.
I ,Lill -St-Il For l';i .... 1. :I 24) a;ill 25e
lli-avv Rtini,. ld \W;i-h hoil-
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900.


MLITf.MOs (1, t"kW.-- -PAPER TOWNS."
FLORiA NEWS' N TKSl Of Interet to Pensaoola's Colored Comptroller Heymolkd ChanLe6 the
Cilizena. Mode of Amellsment. *
Rev. A. J. Kershaw, pastor of Al- Florida has had quite a number of
Jacksonville ',aw a case of small len Chapel, returned to-day from so-called "paper towns," all exploit-
pox. ntd tihe family in which it oc- Washington and will preach to- ed by non-resident speculators, and
cured has beet removed to the morrow, his text being "The King- patronized by the people of other
sanad hill-." for i-olation. 'dom." states, who yielded to the fasciria-
In consequence of the withdrawal Rt-v. S. H. Henry is the new pa-- tion of vivid advertisements and
of J. J. McCatkill of Freeport from
the J. J. MCoa ki. o arttratipt atre tor of St. Joseph A. M. E. church. purchased "lot," without knowing
meit, ao stiik i has occurred at h:- Bishop T. H. Louav will pre-aide their value-or utter lack of value.
mil.e. and the-y are now idVl. at the annual conference- of the A. Besides the speculators no one ever
An ewxclhactn yavs: Paul Leice-ter M. E. Zion church. which will con- gained any benefits from these
Ford. the novelist. has giyen to the vene at Mt Moriah church Feb. 14.: schemes, unless it was the county
New York Public Library what is The colored bu-itnie- and profe-s. officials who were paid for recording
sup s.-d to h- .i t rrst )4,,k rited onal men of this city have already immense numbers of deeds to the
ianFlorida. It i-lMamuel(h ae' .E- i'beilt to plan for their giaftd May worthless lots.
say on the Nature and Pbinciples of bemun tu pt an for tdes digpld May One of the most costly and vexa-
publie-k ('ritin- publi-td at St. demwoniration aidt ds pos ious f-atures of the paper town
Augustine in1,4 which this year it is proposed .hall craze was the enorm)u qtiantity of
Titg*o be o^n a more hlab~orate scale- than extra work imposed upor county as-
The vn.-rahl- Gh-n. J. J. D)iekin-i their successftil lradts pageant last sessors and tax collectors, who were
son of Ocala. was recently injured year. It i.a uidertood that Prof. obged, to aes and collect taxes
by te t..t ot a heavy barn do-r Booker T. Wai-iington of Tu-.kee- on, or sell for unpaid taxes on, in-
upon him. The general, white, full gee. Ala.. who h achieved a na- numerable smalllots,scarcely worth,
of nervone energy and spirit. i tional reputation as ain educator atid in miny Instances, the taxes as-
physically enfeebled by age, and it lecturer, will deliver the oration. sessed. The operations of one of
Is t-eated the consequences of the' Every colored citiz-n of Pensacola these paper town companies located
mishap may re-ult seriously. and Warrington should take an ac- i Cincinnati, the 'St. Andrews
tive interest .i this movement aitd adBa RailroadandMiingompany,
The Grand Ridwo Echo thus rpferg Bave *otyat to the(ol the and y Railroad and Miningcompany,I
t e ttod-rr ha N u-r illutrate to the world the wonderful hae caused so much trouble that the
thoritie-: The new and generous indu-trial progre!.8 the colored citi- state comptroller has issue d a circu-
offer o the L. & N. R R. to allow a zensof Pensacola have niatde. lar through the tx assessor of
refrigerator car to be loaded within The republican on district will thet Wahigton county, declaring that
cantaloupes or fruit at two or mort Fi stlle e~eonai di. tort wll eetwo the plot of iub-division of certain
statonsps on the P & A division. will at d'allahaessge Fel. 8o tt select trwo latd- near St. Andrews bay should
gve a wond.irful imp1tu-, t he tiiconvento to ibe held at Pr.iladl- never have been used in making as-
growth fcantal-ou Grand Ridgp Jue and p-eibly to i -fsnleits, forbidding it- further
ha -o-wti a 1- aIti r in. watdermi loans I ph r. a- i usi., anld notif. ingy all owners of lots
hertfor. but will nw plant mor- int a candidate tfor ct.igre .. and their representatives that their
lar tly1.f itrt,,tl ..p. ti n will I ThIa e wian appreciate ll uiat property calln only be as..ssed here-
pect to, l.l ti*-r 1ri rt ,,f ai -ar -;arli # e Va H. Jord i at t. P l I after in sevf-raltv by turnisi hiii to
allt.itrna+t d.lv liar,1 t1a -| h ; J Wi.il.H. I hu the a.--sar de-cripatt.I th-rea-f by
E. chur n -t- ali'J oulinds, according to the
E.'am ina Lw ,d.v 0! N ...::'. i it, 'I hal, dY-EI-aa-i; fIi y-.ir-. N.' .of d t[I i',,,.,i i tastates .nrvv-' .
m e li ll -.. : t ,- i d'(' o ) r of Odd l'llw- i fi tl it' r tiig l t A dii r, w- I
a Kiitd~ aaiiii- rii.aiA) r,-I0,h, the H y. vi tliEVelit-lit will he -:i1ted
Dy p .p-iia '."air.,. It ;iv ae imllii.-diai. Pe a ;: c ,la atri -:, r .. -,r..er f P all -
r el ,f. 'l ., *el,- i-ll, .< *' i n:rt- tf,. arid l ,r t'. w. i t' a ia i tit.he w nitrs to conte-t in the
rel-T1. 1w r .--I 1r. -. a-nar- f Gran*l 'd 6 -ti. ",t wh.c le u t- th!i right ,, tthe comi trt.ller
velAi- ia.-u! :-. \\ int I. H \ :ir- Notite Randd II .ill ii, i. t l, ke -enl :actin.
Tll. Ailii.. : It ii --'- it". ,otIh-r 1of1lcers and inll:-iti rs r T 1 it i
you i l4 :1 a: t rt.i .t IiI ,i proutd
H arszi-" Pila-inla-, Jr;. -'i ,-P ,.,!d. |- ;,c l, piin'.l. ,*i ir i.in .-i i? < .l-
K< b' nr"d .attornt y fri -i b P'lla ka, wa- 0
vi-it'r h t!i- wli- *t. k.
14, 1 H I. Pl* t i. iTn <-,-I -t ing til ti ,r>. ial :.i.< ,-'t ,',
I l v t ',* | 1 X. ." e .'.-ti t'i-. el, ,, -l t ". t r; i,- '-. ii.- < t t :i h >lt ln f H ,>f{ tt "r t T i ;I P h
a ll k ii ti ..t i. : ir. I ,. .t I il t I .. I : ". :- .. i Il t a i a a l t'_ i t. I' w ill
v re '- r ,-,-*, :.; a ',l r La. i. a. t t I i.. i i tl w k -t..io n a ii T h- Itit-
\ M ,*. *-rI t. 1 t- i- 1 t' ii-ti ,i ,.r Inl i.. -t;la ll,

M _u tt .i ,I: \ 2 "- I ,1 --' I '' .,i. I ; tI'' .'1 -* ,,",. Ir ,'*- j- i l Ii ..raa wtI a ll
V 11 I-,I t v >x. I .T, lv I ..II 1 1 ,itl pait--Ii iv oa1. -. I '#n 4 ('.. M i r.nt "r,,l ..f c v-p A) sa .
r ,, to I. 1.. C .'.. d it -% i ra i ,*. l'iat.' I-(venm e ilBi *A
eplf. S.itai v 1) .1 'k .', i st et s
There arf fr, -1, :: t: l fi :-* way i.1 ',' r i i ostetter s
the vine-. h. ta .'',. 14 Stomach
"2-" """ch ;nBloodIl
I.ha.ve .,,. ,..e.,,,- i. B ooBitters
I h a v f ;a vri r1 -' i~'"' ", --, *, ; a .. r[ : ,i i : '' *', ,'
diam onda *: tatt- atail will -**i : .art v; a ; -
c eap. Call anTlt -+-. J. I. S:,. r 4,i .i 'tl.n 1i '- i. I.. 1 i r' ,. .I. iI Stphons has a larze a.sort-
: \ ,, r. .. .. .;, *,t oif -- li1 St-erlinlg l silve- ian
h-lt. iihi. t I: \- e \ I L N. i..\-. I: K niv*.I K irks aniAl Sp..lou


GREATI .


Sale of Ladies


CHEAPEST


(tlAd


r!f1 PCI


Children's


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T BAT'S exactly what it is! Two Thousand Choice Garments are
read for you Cor4et Covers. Chemises Gowns. Drawers and
Skirts You CANII'T P'SSfIRLY BUY the Cottons and Trimmings for
near the Cost of these Finished Garm,,nts! nId they're made just as
you'd have made them---same care exac-tly.v they'ree ample in every
way; no skimping and at just about half the average wholesale cost.
-Patr -- -- ---


10 Cents.


Think iof


15 Cent


n lC a hbuy wcIl-rnadc


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St~hamonec sar% epportunity our poeop~e hi e never scen.


25 Cents


Lot 4


50 Cents.


The Cioth and


T~i~ a; ~n .'- UW;h I7( 1V rOIIl


..- ; '4 ^ ,7 ." I! T \r !A "* i. '
... / ,, / I -,-. e (
\ ni 't mo.r e t\ n i \ f hletf et. i
i'r"-7' +'ar4t more than e asik for -he complete G!armernt.


Lot 5 P


75 Cents,
Here are goods worth $1.30 to SI.25. and the buyer saves the price of a Dinner.


Lot 6 aBLM



Good enough for a Queen: $2.00 would be the right price for these goods.
r ~ Good enough for a Qeen: 52.00 would be the right price for these goods.


W. J. & B. FORBES.


AMONG 01N


ADV RTiSERS.
A i~n t l.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-
trons Are Prospering

Through Its Fff.ts-A Iteaction Ha,.
Succeeded ihe Lull After i he Holi.
days. anc Businevs is Seeking 1 ho.eI
Who Invite i t Though the Col-
umns ofThe News.
The attention of the idies aif Pet'-
sacola is invited to the new illu4-
trated advertisement of the Iourb .s
department store. offering wonder ful
bargains in a special sale of ladia-
and children's underwear.
A special sale of tin warep i" the
leading feature at Gerson'- hluusa
furnishingstor*. and his new adver-
tisement of prices in detail is sure to
aittact wide attention.
Brawn* r ha- a new advertisement
in this issue of TH E NIws. otTrffing
a loneL li-t of special bargain- in !s, v-
eral departments of his large estat'-
lishliiient.
Be sure to read tihe niew adverti-+--
cinent of \Vai .IJohn-onit & S H -
sid(les new lines of springg iooald- tthei-
i**ter at ii ttr<(cr've li-t lot rar- t,' t
gain- to cloite -iiti-.
Tlie Racket Stre's~ M "ii B iriai. i.
adverti!eii-aent i- still in f, t .'r -. t1l
will be replaced in a few day-. : tio-e wlilo fail to vi-it it will Iil.--
s nlt" il o the It g t in-.
The ILvy- 'nii Cii.'s ri-eat L,ale
Purcla--e i- dwinltlintg aware ial if
you havt't Vet ht--at to -t-e thi- hiir-
gains ,-lihra t.tld ill It it i-t '(tir ( i ii
loss.
(iuL 'entiii hI i-a li)*e-+ -r w -i!
ple.t-ed with tin, re-sul ts a li- ;.id-
ve-rtis-in,-iili ,f peet iil t)a rgailai in
litie i li*d is' aitd chililrait'- -h --
tl;it i ea t -arati i-'i it fr tliet bh li--fit
O)l thu s( who have nt V't '.,k, 11 al -
v;ilila :t-' lo it.


I hel G.':ipt T. T.a-i t' all he iilvo il' I
bv t.ikili.: l, '1. KI.Ltl i Il .hot watt r -w .-.t'-,ll-d, ;t-
well a,. trIy v \t-'!enil .i nl.ii a tilili-., ull
tl ir'- ac ils if are ion -;Inch h,ottl-. A
battle vi thi- Piain-Kaila-r ke-pIt inl tIL,
liiei.e w'.ill prn vailai:ihll,- ntit ,it iyX
Iir tIe (ir.l 'e,. hilt fotr tan i'.it ;ar\
coighli- ; ii(l cIold-. Avld -iih-t'-
tiite-. 1iie-rt- is but ian ,.ain-K miller.
Pe rry 1) avi-'. Pri';. -*. ;aiial .
EMPL11'I.o ti.i up :S2 ,or call -t the ,lo i .
!1 Nr.h Pailafoix -tr, t, whi-ni in
',-eal ,f 1 :at r .rp intor. It. I. lltni.ii..
iti-i A. -n-t oif t. C('.irpaiti.r'-r
aid .liit-r-' I'nin., will furni-l' you
with theA Jesire-il hI 1p ion short n.i
'ice. t,2",tf
Al Lt(M 1) 11VY.
How it waq (t'-eloes*l at Sch"o't No
0o. YeiAterdav
Arbolr D;iy wai l avpr'opri;tly ,,ti
served by public -o.'hial No,. Hi4. In-
-trulctir i-i i.- to ti',- u -e aild >purl'>-e
of the da t werr 1iv'en tiy Air A- K.
S:1era lirii.i>;i I.
ti:n ita- ( t..t'aili '. plh iit'-il ;, rrt --. for \lr-. S
I :-4,tllip i t%. t < ,l lta. tit ll i a|-pt. .:,
i i 1n. 1i4,in I%-" ('I r'-tit .: N ati'rri- in.
i.ai Wl.--li-' I irildha -ihop.
1)l. i,',di l 111iaoiior of Frilita c % iI
i,1 l. t ilic.it.,--Al v to .en ,vi-v' Haill-
In atIk.
I iJrla 'I'llmI'f-*l i' I. (S U'. Sainpey-.
pljol,,i'.1 l te i ,,- ,,,r Juliani i P--' i
i, li-l. i.elt'ic.,trd ti ly N 'vr',I l W'il-
Il'k. A li, l wia' planted l to tihe
iaieii,,rv ,ifI MI- H.-l, lin M. Fisl -r.
.l ,,- ;t4,ri y' -i."-t'h lIv rai' a le l, id-
d o i ,t. "
tr:ti le F ir-Mrs. A K. Suitt-r.
ilane.i'd on tr.ue in iionor of iobf-it
F. L,-4. aidu an',th>er to Adlmiral
Stc-i.ley. I)T d lctiin e -ie-echs were
in id-' li.v EthlI I roi,,tiihton iatld Clihar-
.i"- '1% -r ; 111 .1


A\ Lhouiiand T- hlgues
C('ot not express- the ralptiur-. of
Annie 1 p'" rli, o!"f 112'l. How'ird
-tre-.t, Iliiladelpl ;;,. P.i.. w l, ;I she
itilnd 'hal Ir. Kin,'-a New l)iscov-
a-ay foir C('o -mptio litl eomripletelyt
ciired her oaf a lacking acough that
foi many y'~ar- hid I;lle if a lifa lar-
*I;. A.-ll -)thr reiiiia-e-s and doc-
jar'. ('-tll .-if" Its-r i o, help, I,'tl : t- I
y' .a! t1' I yval C('ir.---"it soon re-
:ii, t d t!iO p.tini in ily cah'i--t talid I
c.ti liriw -i lp -olnl dly. oa't -tlhiil- I
vainl s r;ir<'ly" r, i,+t il,.id oitilz l .fr,.
I f-il i .k- -,ie;:1 lta li -i ; t. tl: -i-
;t.,'*- oh t; -i'-yv .ati- who tri-f lIr. King'- N w
ii-o',V, v ;-;saV t if, ', ,lb: fi. t' i-
:itd $*i ia "I ri:.l hiatthi-- fre i.. \V.
'A, I' Ai-l-l'+'rt*''- D)rtti ,: ao e : e'v ry
hlittl- ~tl;i tiltt :lte d.
I"ARTHtOLOlAY IEi-:lt
Will .-t' 1i thp ta-st with aiily liadl"-
foar purity. sparkle tand f:ivier. Yi
(';ii ,-t 1 it I-.n enzi-l A.rliOni'.A. F'ii-.
i-h ch howd r '.vil; h>e -+-rv-.1 free- to-
il-r.At1. .Mr. AIh- :1j:i .,vir--. ,1i1 ;i-
lt i-tid- i-ld cn-teo- iir- ta) c:-ll ait, l
lp.a tak- oaf the- ff-a-t.
T3 pop-ralblicalC n'mi.
A -pcial mii'-etiniog of pns'ii-tala
, ivld ton Sunda y.la, F-. 4. at 2 p. in.
I. Ma L ..I.LAN. ". J AIDEVINE.I
S-cr,-ta;ry. 'resident
Asitn' i.,n. <'arj<'ntee..
Thai-iel-ber- of r'niiin No 74 are
requested to meet ill joint ses-ioni
with In7 at their hall. corner Palaftx
anid Gieg ry -treets. iMonday night.
February 5:,i. A full attendance of
both unii'aalt. r. q(iired. BHu-ines- of
illiprrta ire.'.

W INK h KW 0 R im Be"
of 4


-DRESS GOODS


HEATING


VAhUES-


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Ulilliam Jolnson & ion.


'EVER IN THE HISTORY OF OUR HOUSEl HAVF W SHOWN
so Complete a Line of Black O(,ods as adorne our slhe-v -, to-day.
l Our sales have been large in thi- Department. owing t t nw fact that
we sell as cheaply as larger cities and save you the freig~ht. The same
may be said as regards other Department.


This Week's Offerings.
43-inch Figured Mohair- for-....................-'-- *- y.ird.
:3 -iuch Henriettas for....................... 2.-' y v~ra1.
4S-inch Henriettas for..........................FAk. -vyar>t
32 inch All Wool Novelty Goods for...........'s i-,a yld.
42-inch Crepons for.............................'.7 y.rdl.
42 inch Silk Crepons for..................... 2.. y3,ai
46-inch Camels' Hair Serges or Chevot. ti to .s' y;irat.
Granite, Empress, Armures, Venetians. Ricillian,
---Gloria and Other Cloths.--e-


0 ..


White Goods.


L"ng Clotl hs...................5 1 2'1. $I e t, 2$.':' .. r piet-.-
4-l-inch Fine Quality lindia liat i-n ........... lk- v r.I
e-t tirades Niaitamak C theck-- ....... s...- .sid li-
12 Yardnkn Malnaville S ft Fl li-hl liifo te-i-. \%kach
cannott be inatched elsewhuire. for --- .. 'o,


Millinery Department.
lki 1Ni-zos' Tan Hat- with lQuill-, -pl a -i.il
lr i lRough Straw sailors, -Ipecial....... ..
f .%NMardi ;ra-t MNatt-ri.-: in abiuntdance.


40c t-lec It


, STOVES,


COOKING STOVES

lLL PRICES.

tilliamit obmion & Son.

Nothineso setsofa home A
a.s handsome /'furniftu'e. BARGAINS
Ma[rstont 4 Fiinch hiare an!
iffntm ense st.of A' flor /on to sr- -- I
lect from and theyi/ r'ill sell
it to you fl lon tie (to n,'ea t ie1e.


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Dr Thompson 0- -at,

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Lung Bpt uicK-balsam!rpu


before the public.


$ 000 ; -.-1r. ;a.' -'' ri ''|idt-tr .
$2000 r 'as "" -.. "' -"'I'

2 0 0 0 ;,r. l I---a ai' I ... ii : ,
$ 0 0- i ... w, ,. ... i ..
o o l- i ". If 1. i? |.a

. i*- I- ,* ,'; I l I ,, .,* ,
$ 400.... .... ..."

$ 50 0 0 h .` : .,i .., r,.-! ... i -

$6000 .. ... .. *, 1-

$7000 t ,
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i '000 I- i- .
lP O r 'i, r .-- i, ...
f-411I *X ll, -.I .14rt - .I _
80 0 I l p: I *t -a I A:'
ll' v v v v ;.rai ,- .- ;-. i i;, a i.
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J. E. Still an Co.,
l'as-t S fd of Pla


All Pulmonary Troa ,lhe asra r.-l;:-\-d .f JiI.o.i. l .ai.
not entirely curta by thif BaIlIar.
This ii not an ordinary ('ouvh Syrup, hut
brncbial p ti orla Thr,. Lu THE CRUCIFIXION
PRICE. 25 .eart per ottle. OF PHILIP STRONG
Every Bottle Guarante#d.
For sale by W. T. (KEN & Co.,E. .
Druggists, 27 S. Palafox St., PhoLe lorai at c. HOM.i',,,.
390. 1 .a,.ti I'aif'.


Uiidliam lolns1on & Son,


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T-4E DI ILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FlBtUARY *, 1900,


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-i- -- --- -r-- -s
Z'"hange of Life

TbM Women were Helped Through Woman's Great Crisis
by Mrs. Pinkham-AII Middle-Aged Women
Should Read Their Letters.

Nhie. -Yes of aSffe wi
"DEAR NIMR. 'PINKIf'a_1:-% itf n I tirt wrote to 1 'u. I was in Ra verT ad-
condition. I wa,- pas,.si through the change of life, and the doctors said
I hbd blladlt-r andi liver I rouble. I
had suf r l- i for nine 'tears. I l ,ki- s i' i9 n f' 't 'th-
Since I have taken Lvdia E. IPink-
ha's Vegr'etat"le Compoliald.I yI. I
health has impriIoI d vry much.
I willgladly recoimmendiyourrd- I I-
kie to tith-ier and am -tar' llia:it it l '\ a .
will prove a.s great a l:lW-ssingr to
them a it has to mr lnt. -1-M ,..; l .
KH. Ji .. 9 ii De'Kalbl ve.. Brook-


h"DEAR MR. ;hiNK4- I 1ad
been under treatimnnt faith th.
doctors faor four Yetars. and seemed
tohget no letter. I tshl \ouaglht I xv oou ld
try your mKd 'I>ine. My troIblett was
change of life.i an l I inu., av*' 'at
Inever A .1 'had an t ii! 1 lng; rp Kit' So
much asl.%, !t'a e. kharxu- \'e--
table ( ottamouni. 1l-i-f tartltu aim-stimmediately. Thave better health
vow than I vv.-in lra,. I f4'-1l li- a new .>oiman. twrf'ectl stp ro ng. I give
Lydia I'. [i1K ham lit 4 a(1-11a101:14 all t 'he it' a nd 'a. a nto! not (14)1% ji1t ilt
Your mediine' Kt ft- i ft.n I laai :im- ld' it to (oa'f ai-l f 1 nay
friend'..licin r\.i-'' i '. inad lof i -il s) ffcrinv Si) n ua'la. far Mr-. l'ink-
bham b re1 e i-' t a t' tara:,urc i. i 11.. l I. | x.ViI. Iriag' atr. Ill.
No wonian i so health but at this cri-is in her life she needs
advice and help from the mlo't Competent source. Mrs. Pink-
ham will advise such wt ome-n \'. it hout char-e on request.
Experienced Great Benefit
pound duri' 1 i!ch aw I *I rin l'aanrt at ibttitttit froin iti usa. -

Mrs. Harrold Relieved of Paln
-Ibad 1 *a til aII; I' ti ,ata l l a I, a c it'1 i Iilat ': uill n r '- feet n ith-

aletp. I triaf- '-ra -- t 'I' 'nta' Iaa'tt'o a lilt'. I r-ad Itft la l La I'.

and am n l e, L 'A'1 : FI I I aaat 2 a linti. lit.
*The ledciine tIh I hi i it I mualitan women of serioL-
feCniale ill. -ain Ii'.i )c f at*iit-'-- siK 1 is
YMWA E. PWKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND


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SOMEWHAT CAUSTIC


REPLY FROM GRIGGS


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Attorney General Writes a
W. C. T. U. Officer.

REGARDING CANTEEN LAW


tays *he Pr'rrldlat Is Kanfrelag the
Art Aeearding to Its Keal Meanlng
jW2 gfjg a's Ita i thi Soclety's .1 r.
fular II M.d.fl .1.
N'Ew YORK, Feb. -.-Attornev (eni-
lGregsp, whb has become invo'vei
iL a ciJtrover y with the Womatn i
Chretmau Temoerance union over toe
atiastoee law. has written a caustic
letter to Marga et Dyee Eilhs, supertn-
Sedes-t of legLiblatio for that body.
hbe recently issued a circular urging
members of the union to write to Presi-
de4t McKiniey reminding him of hia
promise to a W. C. T. U committee tp
seoomoader i&e construction of the law,
to se whether the attorney general's
siterprlartions were correct. Attorney
tGripemays:
I**s muach as I assume tuiat you are
n*o willing to disseminate a false s:ate-
mest. and especially with reference to
She p0aidoeal of the United States, I
de is my duty to call your attention
s e fast ttha Lhortlv after the viilt of
..nuI i:stee mic hi refer to. the
'fltelJim alw yo nn d
' T t o So over TlI. m* i a"d
ism Iftr his option. he attorney
gal did so and reported to the pre-.
lasest tbht after a careful consideration
ef he case he was unable to come to
any wcer- Iuioa different from that first
reroj4.
l*PW*6.rmore at tao request of the
prWdeit. the lcga', effect of ie Ipti-
4La:ees tlw was mon iiej^,d by tL prjr-
et rclre'ary ot _r, \'hose d.np. f Is
to suforce the .a.x to htL ex.eun of :'s
legaleff*.e luin that ofil:tr cnua;;>j
i the views aud op .:. n:i rve to t-'
resident by tihe atiorn*-v geneta Lt-
sequeItly. the pe.iiaeat Uhai bee'n eni
forcaS the 'aw ac ori'.tlig t. its rea
measnig as ia: *rp ':.,i to hli:im by Iathd
oflis-ers o:. the t c''t'rni itI-nt ii ) a.e
Caarlged wi:h s -te: 'tte:.:on -u I ea-
foroement
"'I respectfulr euz:.et. th.-re-ore.
lthit you nio ilv your .: -Oar ,'r:er by
isatinE the real :.t,( i : Ifl rrase. ndi
tist you take I).AliiS I- F S-' tlOua wAlt-
ever pr .-e Uinita I- l-,rous.u up )ai ihe
ireeident suaal, I pr,-r.-,ur.- .r ~ upna
a true nude:st.liia ni o., O tf. a "cts


Fros ted iiII.-. !m'a..' I

a got a IaI -f
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rnig1 "% nlinK M
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wi'l ldo i, tO fol, d to tiJ'h gl d you
*iin po1 siily d<-riv. f1o,, th'^ni.
Hall' ( ';t;.rhl C'ure. 1:..:n;i faicturi'd
IW' 1". J. lC nrlggy & I.. Tol.'do. p 0."'
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l, a nll' t iil Pis iarf the f be lit.
-yetatil. In buyiin: tall's atanrli
(' lith llre ,r 1 ou 1t. t hl t .- ,,< .iliiii .
it i- tak+'l1 internally and is inal, ini
l',ltdo, Ohio, liy F J. 'li'ln y & Co'.
!','r?(iinosiiitl- fr,'o.
U lr' Sold y IDru i-t-. pi i0 7,-,',
H all'- F.liiialy Pills ar- tile bl -t.


COFFEE'


(YAF FE I;.'.'


I wish thlie general publicly
to A/now that I hare Itscom-
plete a coffee roa'in Mplant
as there is in the state Cool-
er, Store, Separater. Chaff
Blowir, all combined, and
that 1 am prepared to f r'-
nishi ftis delightful bever-
age at prices that fIdef comi-
p itition.
Patronize Julmne Indu.s
tiry -Oar offer of 20 ipound.s
Granulated Siu aar and one
pound of our Choice Mlocha
and .ara Co/f'ee for $1.J30
/til stan ds good.
Er erlthing in the Grocery
ine r at prices that deffy com,-
peti'ion, wholesale and re-

Ae w Orlea s Grocery Co.
1.US.. cll I U(;, Prop.
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ilmy" Lyr; ,i'td 'tit :ii-ati ta tl;t wtirrt
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P;I. I i- tti h- miilv la*rnll.-. r-'medy
h:l4 t vivP. i illi a.lit t4 Tf-ult (. C'url.
'1***1 i' h- itoliI. .'riaup and throat and
litiiltr iihl*",. It prevpt. (''"llsiitilit-
tionl. Child't-n alway- laik it. Motli
-r- e tiir-e it. H t'irgi.' Pha nimicy.
J.,liu a lheppard. Kahnll .

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IMPERTINENT SIMIANS.
4n UIsperl.-ncr In the 'Ma:nLcy Tem-
Zile of Ce.nnret .
ou Ct.aat-er*:sit~n efortw'r ~i iAto tlja'
mo Iu'I '* .7tial~la'if. 1 ia ~ u'
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llaliitf'' l Il- I ;ittli-t4-I Ithenisata.Ivas I%
IlMe alt 4EIUI* .laK't). x %xlit a 11 : 1 1 -.1la(a
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ijug ('1i1. pullla'l it folit .111l1grave a ll v ax-
4*0 1tII 4. 4 01116. (of i' i .'Inilaa l k, to lak -., atill
a fterl. e 11:l11:1 i1a;i .a-S4v i.-ral ldatrt'-
atit it liar Jpersi oilitlit -a tion r i i !ljl t14l('i we
jaicko-f tl lj.1 little' laltack at' vwituaal lvsIai
la1 y ijata0 i ?1 ia' lit- : ital lf ilal ~t ivit 1 i t ta ok
sela'rai snu piuhit, :it Its-.
Al thairdl ill saaia'aa -imi ani (a 'atain
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E. lBRiCE, M. D
Secretary.


RAILWAY TIES.
'Vinnn'. street railway rsvtem e st
$4IIIr. IM.iMtO. a I it if a estit nta ld thai it
will l.pay for itself ii ten y'iars.
Thi' r'lon:t iof lthe ll'isc.in-.i state rail
raal 'a**n ittlit- it or sl.
N",t inll tl e. i. ail',a rd n ii li'D\a .y ill the
''l,,i Ili I-P,,ir railroad lina pl.nit d n
iarl.a itr:n l o it II:iad n i inu1,l a1;t w i .a.',1%i t;. I. %,-. i lhich i ill !h e 'iVt'rt'h J
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St,,rnm iiail ;a% pati.-.s ti e'r r.te-. t, I'i,!ii
;i rt'l "l i .v >ii i' II it | l" Illi]iI ti t < iI't .
1-1:: seem', iil u-I s i an!l nitily .:; fa, r third,
ltiass. T h t ai i, %'ii illp:iri!,li clitia';i r tta' ii
.charges inll !1 I n .,i ,1t14-..

I'ree Enterrtninmeni.
Their M iti-iit rs' Iiiil )afl .liono. ('.il .
is planning tIo lhuill a; hill. with "a rnal-
ir,. I r1a i) ;n1111 o hivr a',\-'Kiliionvn 'ees. fior
t he use of tHe 1.o ,killI popi.llll:lion of
the city. Thel ih,' ik t'i iiv' free' hl'e
turtles. 'onfert, aial t'i,i1t:rtninrielnt s.-
Munro I lleiornt.
Say Tho-y Werea swlindled.
NEW OKI FANS, Feb. 1 -Several suits
were filed today in the civil c urts by
people who allege there are victims of the
bucket shop firm of Bachellor & Co.
Medical Society. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at
the Board of Health offee at ,
o'clock p. m Tuesday, FO b.1 :;and 27.
Visiting physicians are cordiall-
i'ivited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA., M. D.,
President


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LODGE DIRECT OiY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHX &S.
Pensacola Iia He. No. :sIii a i.fI
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PROFESSIONAL OARP.


Tel-pholr' 7VN". IJod


SHe'worIdsTriumpl! of Mia5tcr Brewing

Only the rigest materials enter ito
It.Tihe process of brewing is co.duct-
ed .ronh first to last witq scrupulous
care by nraster brewers of life-lon
experience. f.' -ina are brews
/ your lad to kqow arid proud to
S introduce a friend to.
Order a ca se

STHE CHRISTIAN C'e4CCi BREWING CO
p l cta CINCINNAT. U.5.A. Qu-aIty o f
UnLmr itc Produa l l uprvft



LE\I B E';ARB & A1 R(.1 1 ,:eh)ale )Dalers. PI'en-eola


Cold Weather
Coming. .
l nr '.Tord iii l I., I '- i i 1 f, ... ,.
i'i. |t .I.li ~ i i ', \, .. i ; ,. $,,; .
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DomPsoP Olser Q0 ..


Coal and Wood.


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-JOHN PURDY,'*

Foundry IVIaclhinc Shops,
( 1 A l. V II. \I FA, ( 'i, ..1 I f :-( N \ :I, 1 \ 1 -I F I -- .


Telephone 34-i.


Pensacola, Fla.


n-aleaain kchincry1 Fltings and Supplies for
Stationary maid Ma,'In"AApplication


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DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OrFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store.
&E8IDENOB-400 E. Jaokson Stree


A L00N,


i:.OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.S~r
Wm. H. Marean, M. D.,

m c2pat--icP Pc an o, We C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Late ofi cala, IFla.,
)ffTerb hbi professional services to the cit.
zens of Pensacola.
Espe'-ial attentionglvin to the tre.attii.xti:
of Chronic Diseaoes and l ianste t,f
Wornen and I'hildtIn.
Tlirtvy 'i *'ir rr:'rntcwe in the Mou tli.
fliff'e Hl .r': .t' a. in. t 1.' In., -2 to 4 p. in.
Rfe.idonee Phoue No.
trent.1laint Buildine-Room 3

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Msonic Temple. Phone 364.
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'~a:Q'HE CVVICEST AWN MIST PJPULAq RRAND3 OF-.---


-:0 --BEERS, ETC., __


II W0 AND GLASS, LA6GE OR SMALL gUIIITIES.


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GENERAL INSRNCEl 1[A' 1 I

GENERAL INSURANCE VF'UL.


Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. jFLA.
'tEPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THI
LEADING( FIRE. LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
(OLASS AND STEAM BoILER IN-
fURANCEK COMPANIES .. .

tneral Agncts of the Etnitabl,
Life Assurance Society of the
United States.
0 KrtVPON ENCF-i. 1401 UT.UrTv


eM r WITED.
Bea iful Woman and a aited to iy all kiids of Secon0
Handsome HorN appealto every laiu Firmiturs, Urchandise, Ac.
Southerner's Heart. iddru Box 142.
t,, f" t u- of.and t nin bc
Sloan's Liniment! THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. North Palafox Street.
Ol68l LIsniII MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
This Liw' eit i- the best atiseptic known.
It ,-l.,vc'v k, a' .Ca-e cr. It ..s MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
Rheiwmatli. Cram, p a dr le ic uden- \volee 4 lture. Violin alid Piano. I,*p.tai
eraliv :i -h t lc 'tI r.orXt r 'sult. xht re system; also tiulttr. Ranij and Mandoli n.
other lini: nt- (,I!. It t! ir 'v in pre,'r- _
ence to aIT, k 'vn i'r -.t tn Ithe r-t'.:rk't. -
externa a 'or at ttanA.-a LacrvbotticiaWar.
r.antu d. F.imJ yVi rV 2e. :; cun4.



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WM. J. HALL.


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MAX KLEIN.


HALL & KLEIN,



RETAIL GROCERS,
502-504 BOUT E PALATOX ST.-


X'o18oXib1k.CL 800.


lrTh-, EKxte-i-ivp Il;anr;)'iv-rtntli- I1 (iOur PI tce of Buinesqs now
about completed. give u-t ,'ih.la' t-f'. V-'- iaoarmin-rly Occupied. which 1s
Filled with tne I.Argei-t anJ Mo)~t C jii;)pl-t- aji1I Varied Stock in the Citv.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

SVazwd"'unrs 01 ani Headuarters f.r t0

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Complete Outfits always o hand, vad rlpi'ling de W in tel cstr,.

MOBILE, ALA.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA>, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. 7


Mother's Story of Baby's Cure
Of a Most Distressing Humor by the
Cuticura Remedies.
When our haby was a week old, eczema appeared on the top of her
head andi spread all over her scalp, f:ae,
and forehead:l, forming one mass of sores.
You can realize how much shte must have
Suffered, when shie scratched at times till
the blwol ran interminigled with water.
(u r family doctor's' tieatitin't proved,
in iieffe.tual. as the disorder, instead of
abtl atiir, developed more. We tlijiti
sttioplm.d all medical treatment. and coin-
n iit(cedl with ('CUTI, i-" % iEMt imtos. %e
use-dl the CiUTti'o t- Rv.-'Oin.VTr, C( ri-
"S^4 ) < i (-%Ointment, and CI TI UI-: SO4AP. :ill
V^,traes of tie c.zema disappeared, tn'
~'r skiti atln sea:lp were left perfectly clec:ti
E' LC- J (') and smolthi. iand slie was entireiv' eiir*'l.
^^_J\_ 'I. F ll'TLEl,
Mv y ml t it biyv. nze nil f ve:ir. wat troul'-d withl of it.- I t. ,. -'<,i:>llv ,< n thi ;-r. al ut tA\\,.tit --fiour in :ill. T'hI y were: 1:><)t
Ih'.- i/'" 0t :ti .. i tl c .. talil w omii1 f.-tr V.#r V Ininel'i :iird l4.ectt ; I11-.~
,It-v ,,re \.t\- i:itif'li. Af.\tttr :t'r iny V 'X' ri u,'.- \\ ithi llh cure o t ily
litl" i 'l titlt 4 I Tit itt l;t..M .I l l -. I liil not itMther with tit doctor itn
c'l. 1 .e. tol .V" v Iliit llit 4 I'T 'ICltA tro.atiient whiih eomple'ti'ly tire.sl
hiin in fit r wv*i.-. Mit. E. Il 'TLEIt, 12-i 3.1 Ave.. S. Brooklyn, N. V.

Sleep for Skin-Tortured Babies
V TT r-, T' '. r u M TII n R Iin warm tthli with r TtcIrn lr. nI< a n Ai nelje pl ii-
S 1, 1 1 ; i + { lt It. L' '"It -1" ti -,kt l k m l hi 'r ir -. T i ln- t inl t :t --l -t. ,
S t ; '. I' + + ,:" ,t ; rl -I't), l..r <'l] tl. ;inlo |,. in t- to a iil 1 '>1 1r01i-afifnd'-il
,| it, ,, ,,,' .,| ,' /,!" ,,t t ,,t "li"ii'rnliu j, ,t,'liin i;, litirlli Itl,. ',lin\. ,-,.>1\ dinil!,l.,
S. ,l-ki >.t 'l -,'il. r.s- .i m .w i I,.-- -I hair. t ha'n :*iall 'l I.itl-. -.1-.1 tlir.. ,u li.>,tt
S I ,, ,.,'tTt IP' r I t t i. V II T %E L. Tn ri sNTr. I'r<'->e. TilE t -4.r, at .1 25
S' l I P' '"l .i I TI Il'-t ti T 'S itit iit't. C r1'+. u':t rr i t Rt:-,i.vr- r..Sin-. P -rrit
l' i M Iin '. i1l i'r t,1 l >- "" i t C u r E x r K iw li o f Il ul o r ," f re e .
~avei- Vour Hair n ith u nrm- -harnpnot of Cr'trn'A POAP, and lIglit drea-.
1 '. i, ,C'< I iA. pur.-t ,> .m .lleh. nts and rpeatest of *kin cure.. "T'liw iimple,
r. fr.-h.rih atrl its 'ell.-tiv e trearmt-nl will ci-ar the ecali) and hair of cru-to,
*,.iL'. Aind daidrutff, so 1>t',- irritated and itching *nrfaes,, *tltmiilate th." hair
j' f.ll,,i,,, supply the rotei with energy and nourishment, aid make the hair grow
S ..- .; .l-an, whoul-.so .e scalp wh.-n, all else falls.


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I fear that our sea.i n s i ifaftti i.. l mue,i

F .r my pleasant drean. B ;wV d,, tui" U i rLy

"That. lf US b hor tly will hemn thesoup!.


filled with the finest andi fatteit.
'This ,rthoop wa- ePiit out byv Nick
S the jard e choice oysters are
chat is aeslwn- cap hs thau lattr R.


ALiet them bknowy the plate. dozen, litideou-
sir car lwd. Ow'to) the rush il
STha t -elie o I urdert-y will be sinerved atsoup"
I d rf they willday for uight.
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now f r sal de or house furnish-ady t
Siaw, .nt his rt/aoura et. Yseen
i e't thih b r the omplete, dozie, theUn
;ldrd, barrel, dray load, waou loadn






on 'ar lonit. t ni t th ruh
' bu-ina-tr that o-rvion of rewultr meal u
Swill be dic ,ily ithur t~f tbe day or night.
DoTt 't b{,i/ a!ythint i,
At'tnIitnre or house farni..h-

.ldfrston Finch's stocc.
Th eor price s are low: their
,tf,'kt is complete, anth whei
u'hi sell //ca whaat yout bank
on lon d time.


T11-liaij- 4 PmIofl-ti'ic I iis-trtmeimmui cito
F-.- mWlit)..o'unmlyI. Fla.. o~'n-:I rs-
Nvard 992 tiftv' d 'lilar- foir tI:e lli--
it V jlj-I 9rjj T..* whi 'a m.Imtml
i. 11k t~ite m-'I 1% I ,iw ll't,.- ir al9

li.~:-. I-w ik- iva i t n-it'm'- int5.

B. I;. ( moh
S. ii


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
.tgnaturou 1o


Try 'Hi N ws. 10 cents a week.


MORGAN LEAVES ALABAMA.
I4Uelllll 4to WsliihogIabut the Cai.,
paixn 0 O .a Oe..
MONTGOMERY, Ala. Feb. 1.-Senator
Morgan has been unexpectedly recalled
to Washingtonu. but the hot campaign
in Crenahaw continues unabated. COp
tain Frank Wu:te of Birmingham and
Messrs Graham or Taliadega and
Quarles o: S- ma are doing the fighting
for the senator.
(Governor Johnrton has left for Rus.
seil county and wiil speak in the county
during the remainder of the week. Sena-
tor Boyk.n, fo:meriy of that county,
but now of Etowaa, is understood to be
conducting aus campaign in Russell.
o'ne primaries will be held on Satur.
day. M,-'titers of the legislature and
county flit--rs wiil De nominated on
tnat day, unt the nomination of tat:o
( fliers wi be deferred until the April
cOIl veun T It.
Both tile Morcan and Johnston forces
and htrs on the result are even, with
few tak-.rs.


AN AGeD LADY CREMATED.
.Iitlh'r
GtFr.ENvi I.i, S C. Feb 1 --Mrs. Mil-
dredl ( Montague, so years old, mother
of Dr. A P. Montague, president of
Furman university, was burned to dea ti
.a'- itiLit. While standing with her
lb. -bh ,iiea svera. hbous later from the
i ur!.s.
Mrs. M,:)taizue was a native of Vir-
ginia, a aiemiber t' the renowned
Broidu.s faiilay. 11 *r father was one
of the most distingui-ned preachers in
the south, and her brother is Dr. An-
drew Broadus ot Caroliia county. Va.
Mrs. Montague's home was near Rich.
nwond. Since her son has been presi.
dent of Furman habe has spent part of
each winter here
T.-,chwr anid Pupil Hiurned.
EIlMINGHAM, Ala.. Feb. 1--Near Aid-
rich. Shelby county, while Miss Ethel
Yeack was standing before an opon
crate at a schoolhouse, her clothing
caught fire and the flames enveloped
her. Her teacher. Professor Greek,
rushed to her rescue and after a desper-
ate struggle smothered the fire with his
overcoat. Both teacher and pupil were
terribly burned and the latter may die.


OPERA HOUSE.


qC3-ux 'K33E


MONAY, fiB.


i-i- i-:,lV p.. 11~.Lf .ll \ l- ';tVIA -'i ll Z11.


A N ) 1'lif F,


W 3d. tiFKTNO WHL FOA. W. ~K. t
Pre-tldeuit ..ice-Presidtit. t
Oh, the kPain of. ...
Rheiimatism! VI" P ~t N ~ti


Rheumatism often causes the most in-
tense suffering. Many have for years
vainly sought relief from this disa.bl'n
disease, and are to-day worse ofi than
ever. Rheumatism is a blood disease,
and Swift's Specific is the only cure. be-
cause it is the only remnidy wh.ch can
rench such deep-sA,:>ted diseases.
A few years ago I wa- tikin with infiammna-
tory Rheumat!sm. whic-h blaca r" s., i::tetr.'-
that I wa. f'or weeks in-r.aLe to a':i::. I tri',
ev( ral p-o-, ;,o t tpiyfi-
c.aMII and t!-" t'h-ir treat-
*nitt fa: ,fuh-. l ut was
us'a:K t.1 ~ t the s::ht-
est rtliwf. :In fact. 'yCon.
ditin si'1f*mrd (t> t row
Won-.0, t ,lK <.Sra:l-P ,!;i ;(aJ
ov',r r .y ,-it:-r .I:-. and
fri, N.v mnl
f. / l i.et fn9 .< r i;t ..d rti'.
0,-I t qn t. i, I f
f-',.:l I (d ciili- to try
8. S ". i.? .fr, mnIo% V.:)- ,:"' to tak<' it. hot otath ,,r +t: ( ;in v. I f.'' ,! t s ini cli t (tt,'r aft. I
tk ,. ttl .. tl .;t 1 c a: ir '. t! a,.:
,,;'.\-. 1 :', tw l m '-. [ vthat I r, ,. 'i ;.-t' *!'..
T e.,'- v i ormo an :nt. f,,r I l.:ia nev r-;nmtr
i: t i oh uhou t:.xti.n m t ,h .''i many
tinmi, sxp.,.,d to dainp and i' i \,. :,'!: "
L;i E\ ,tI Mi. T.ri TELL,
8711 *o-welton Aven'i., l'h all i,1. i!uia.
Don't suffer l.>nttr with t .lituintistn.
Throw aside your ii nis nid lit'.:i Iint-. a.
they can not reach yourtro ml'. l i n'I
experianent with dtictor.--ttheir potasbl
and mtircury will add to your disabil-
ity -nd completely destroy your diges-
tior

S.S.%S!h Blood
will cure perfectly and permanently.
It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and
contains no potash, mercury, or other
mineral. Books mailed free by Swill
Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.


DRINK LION BEER!


EII(lot'se,! by all PhNysiciint4 :i- t ti
Oiily Beer ab-41Autm'ly I nee fr-oim:d
, ,, -ilt i ) I


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Peter


HYFE. ..)..
tla, ti i vr.


J. 14. EHESE.
A.ms, Camhier,


tank.


1i ,S-


.4~ Nl.R. JR



~1uL


S^W'We draw our own Bills of Excnanwe on Great Britain, Ireland
Germany. France. Austria, Italy, Holland. Spain. Belgium. Russia. Nor
way, Sweden. Denmark and other Eurnpean conxtrie
'B"Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms. and their
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dc-atanation Teu or Fifteen Days
after Vessel Arrives there.
W'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conneetlm
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Us
of Renters.


SOLE AGENT FOR

KENTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT IT5 NAME IMPLIES
E JoHE LA


PETER BEhh,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


- I :A .KER IN-


[VERI THING THAT f l

--IN-
VWisies., Wines, Corials, Beer, ELtc.,
of the Hest and Most Pp.phlar Hrandp.


Jug Trade a Specialty!
Orders Promptly Filled and Satisfactioo
ItuarauteeI.
RemImber the Place*


Bell,


201 East Intendencia Street.
_t


Agent0


P ENS SA CO( LA.
Trv 'it, OuN T a! Hfl ala1Gs.


A. M. AVERY,

IM~ibERAND aJo!ilkitop


BEANSTALK! Kodol Aawrdware,
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooki
LK v (.V : *^ and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
cIoxoru or w rfty: DySpepsia CUre. Agate and Tinware and lousefurnishing Goods.
I \ ;% ..,w I P..... -.. .


:di ,I hv W'tiealthli41f Mim'Ins'Anid FtT'ct
%% ci;j( l:Iramet -ri zt-Iit li,-5UC~-ce-b


MW itt. iliad. KlIug 4 W"?. M. Iet he
Ifuitird.Tho(il it Thlit' c tt


Prits:$1.0,$1, 75c, 50C and 25C


FIVE NIGHTS:


Digests what you eat.
Itartifilciallydigest sthe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gast ralgia,Cramps,and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt a Co.. Cbicago.
Hargri' Pharmacy, Jmoiu thep
I),rrd.


f eb. 1): T[ESDAY,:rI l I VhchestmresE'us ki~hihDm'.
FE...YROALPILLS
I V (.i-IFA' 8'itlI-i!Nophiglasand 101"YGsule

FA Vu.. R IT'. ita .............'.i..k\
"Djref P saiJ witw~h 1-19- r:, Toke
0E ... .. ," N A 111111011, 0 ,n
A ~~~~DFNMW p siL 10040T'Mt'n o m" AiaM.Pp"


11 1111AVIl)&aj '1


Great Speciallies!
ALL THE FAViI:IlT-Eb'


Popn1ar Prics: 10, 20 8a0 30 Ceonf?.

TUESDAY NIGHT.
i4AN IRISH HERO !:'- '
Special Sc.-nery.
i.,dti' fr. ', lI'u.(dFv night if h s(ernpat.i0ed
lVy til, pati :;i-<-"iidt ticket. aits ll siale at
Cuoe s Book tore.






DEMONSTRATOR FOR THE


AIMOnO PACKiN CO.


OF' K4NISAS CITY. 310..


WILIL SERVE LUNCH


A', i "i 1' li U E IN'I'. FI1 I'RTHER
N\' r'i :. H R KOBIECT HIINt Tit
INTluil'' -E THEIR PKOI'(C) T.s
T"I THE CITIZENS OF PENSA-
COLA.--



801 GAHNJ GO.


WINI, HOP& O


-Iimporters and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese

--Fancy Goods,=--
No. 31 South Palar.x Street,.


Laundry Office


PE A(EJLA, FLA


WEEKLY aoCHEDULJ
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TE.MINAl
HAIJLWAY COMPANY.
Trains l-ave Pensacola for the Littl,
3ayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington. Navw
Yard and Fort Harrancas at
4:$ a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15 a.r
10.4)W a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas I 45a.ir
Sin a.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai 1:45 p nr
8::1 p. n. arrive at Fort Barranco ;1:1a5 p in
:15 p. m. arrive at o-t Barrancas 7:|ip u
*:;00 p. m. arrive at t ort BarrancapS :45 p.rr
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for PeODa.
cola at
7:!I a. m. arrive at Pena&eola .... :l16 a. n
11:iiu p. m. arrive at Pentacola ....... ..1:45 p. n
.".40 p. m. arrivee at Pensacola .... :4 n. rr
., IN) p in arriiv"- it Pn-acula 7 .1 i p n)
7:0X p. m. arrive at Pen&acola..... 7.46p n
*8:4, p. min. arrive at Pensacola ......... 9:0 p. n
*M nrdaqs only
In effect lPec. ist, 1I '.
SUNDAY SCHEDrDi.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barranoas
9 a. m. lo a. m.
11 a. m. I m.
1p.m. 2p.m.
Ip.m 3p.m.
8p.m p.m.
p.m 6pin.
6p.m. 4 p.m.
S p.m. p.m.
PARK FOR WErKK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancaaand return 1G
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ..... 5c
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
PASS PO u GUDAT
te zacola to Jrt Barraneas Navy
1 ard aad return...... ...... .............. v
Pansacola to Palmetto Beach and
Ofr t -e.---. r -p l,
No freight ved after 3:15 p. m.


]u


Guns, Pistols and Fishitg Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Itevero OlGan
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rand
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck'- Stoves
and Ranges. Wm. Coups & Co.'a Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's RBeady
Made Railroad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.

THE ORIGINAL


BT. LOUIS


A. B C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sole Wholesaler.

la1 21iiis111, BRINDIES wis111, IIPOi11 Dlu NlluW l
Pail Jones and Ecko Sbrinl Celebrate lTilitl.
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELERY TOiIC.
PHONE 134. : : : : P. 0. IM)X 5"7.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Froe Delivery to Any Part of the City.
WAll orders left at The Office, Vidal & mlth, will be arelufli
attended to.


"E. .E-E3,SE 3S,
0---POPRIETOR OV---

CRONIeS SALOON
0-DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors ad Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPOCTAT-TY.
C,(Anar Ralmort and DoviflIffr- qt. P.NMAC' O LA PLA



WHO IS YOUR TAILOR?


Handsome, Durable ad Fashionable Suitssw
MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
IN THE MOST .TYLIIll ANI AlRTITI-' MANNER BY

N. WEILAND,

CINCINN:TI 7VMERCHANT TAILOR.
No. 204 South Palafox Street. Fisher Building.
-Business Suits, $12.00; Pants, $3.00.--r_


OF PENSA CC,


WM. H. KNO"WLES W. A. P-lOUN I\
D. (o


Tnri~ ~DBOSOM r~


l I .


04' 0 1 )1 PL.% s'


\$.W M. l *IC'.


i


JT A rmV


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLCOIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900.


HOME NEWS NOTES

Locoil jfe '--W few Peawaole ~ .momwelp
Patti., ioudp t.-ee',ki aand .ovav; erla.rwrm~
to might: hlqht .r,-eiftvhtkat "olw~ds;
N..rvmum droasperwt 'a rr cerfdvui -,,Ydryeqi-A.;
inu~msm .. leiW241howra
Tue. Tim. HERmM A m K l--J. W Fra-
ter made a sale- (of tsanb.r ya--te-rday
at 17 centa. '1',aa market is active.
Fos PER.fIuni -Cara Wrnib~v. the
colored wom,,n w ho had J C. Kirby.
the furniture ceallectaar. arra--t-d for
trespassing. w i- harro--ated ye sterday
charged with pe4rjury.
GERMAN LUtTH-ERAN CHURCH -
Sunday Pr joaa-l. 4 a. tit. to tit arrow;
German -cervico-. 1(0:31) a. in.; E~ngli~sh
service 7. p. itit utject-. 'Abe [De-
moniac.' J W. Re'inhardt. lpi!A-
ter.
POLIC' i: OuwIC-(bzaly four i-mall
casee wv' do-iesm)ied of iti t te flator'!a
court t l- nortling. of which one-
wsi.da (it(-. arga-d, mipcaantitilied. and
$12 aJj..seJ its tine-i. ili ltit,- other
NEW (i %, PLANT-It. F. Noyes (of
DeFumal~h, Sjrimr- t- '.-scenattacte-d
Witt) t!,-iwatlvr- 4.1,tilt,-ani
the "1- --vv if *a 21-Phghtitac. tyline
gas P1 11,
A -xlo a ~i ;h-A uwaster pipat

and woa .I- it WI--so +- :~wa a '. g.ata
part of t o-)4-0~~-I 1e V II 0(.;la .t I[- Iit.. t i iia- I a 1
and reps iriu:iz at.
CHURCH eOF C( h -.T-('ernt-r of
J acksooti ::.1 A lcvi t ,z- Pra-ac lii tag by
Rev. J. it'. Rw- .!11:5at.4. il.. -ub-
ject, "Toa- l"Ya.-()jwt-aia-r "At 7:311 1p.
Mi., ".iaj-' Vt tiikentita-s-.; I t-.
Caus-e a.. aI'I- C(ae." All ar.. wel-
Come-.
ST. M. 14A-a%-(A ~aI f eif
-Stznd,4%. ti-s.t Ma..' atit 7a.in.-ac-
soiud MN''. awl -ornioti Ht Ili a. inl..
(Cbteetil-'it a .t a 8 .). in .jeanr rd
bonedict oil of 4 p.in.. wo-o-k.day
Matte- at #3:i.Noat~d7 a. tit. Jas..1;.
McCatf-rty. re-ctor.
Tiv Ma ou% r:a %'. SMITH-A tele-
gram wa-t rese-ara'd thia; mitrtalig Liv
Comin-a-lore Ba~zzell front Ca ptaini
Frank Dunis. dated at Plailadelpiaaa.
announcing (iei arri A of the Soul-
merti N. %.atftta at that port, after a
difficult lim,.4Cn 4P 1 a an4tiolu
in the D-1 swmrf- rivir.
AT llit (;11,1L i \NKs
briscli t m* t -a t wot t aea,,art- j t;-t rig lii
for golf. .4 t is, hilk atre. w-1 I-at -
Of playe.t -a.-aii-n ti. tdtilg-
sna e- .;t~* uit 111 %- a1) tl.at -11110.-

III#-t'-.z 4( (i 4tvl, ..tit( '40'AIwi
cul.- aLi~-rcI,, .Itat.ii ~tk


iflvite-o '*- n, ictiti-Ina

A Si ., a Nw t iat t 1i.
(Lhiple-y aa~.-. -c~l'eea'l-tta d
istid j. .*-i.. lt4jj 1~ f 111,-

the cers-sre e:a I v1.#-11 i -d f4ar thie- :ftv-z-
na5(lflof 1- *"ataet 1l.4i-, .(s,_1 t,,,a12 't
Wh le ti 41 at .-.- 1 d-a .Itfz~atd fill
Vii' it' .f-rd"4iiitlt~k'ii tandtita-
Vit" 11" s Ia s Il' s k--afarn.
A Ni.- '~'e-e--, c
Kenz,*' s rIaa!& (Ca.)r.--i auIa-
IiAW -c4o' le I 'ai-t of t i hr
new Un atIi tn laulUl which ttile.(ia-


Mecnuita--i Naaa.IAx thurNMc'(ounneall
of thit. cii' ina-t. r weal kitI All of thle
district acuil.K a.ighrs aa#f Laiiaa.
is to b,- Er.. -ive hl--ar-tlaamg%-
This new' I -turvai4i-tic e S'tittire-4huhatll
be reAd1t. A! t tianic laboalr n:.'ti.
CR IMi N AL teal I.i-Iaa t114- crint-
inial cour- e'Jarv' re-turtit-d a v~. r-
dict of u.,( ct4.Ps' in !I-.#- ca-a -oaf Dii-
vid Mori-'. tric-ti ye-~erday. charged
with emnbpavlentoltit. Jor ry Dena-
iiing. etiarizood with aprwroa'ated a--
sault. wtasj-o'it ial was bo-gaawa ye,-ten-
day 'vet-maog. wi- zcquitti-d. FlTh
tizIa(Of W 'i llaaao-4.dsitlt With. iii-
tent to tliodrd -t c immitted ial t tit-
pCer-a't 0. 1' -Kit k Laid iia'tit Fh
wtataari in Apri l a-t. w v; begKuz. Tlhe
dafezidaaw .4appie, r'el i~thaaut e'.'n-
-'-.P vt-' caatid listed ;#-i- owi t i-? ''o *.
TIh#- jurs tfor -.,Kt wet-k i- e-t..l :
l~re t-Iia. W. 1 *t IIIAatIII-. I' W.


'UI'e-r*- I- q.4isa.t.-Ztator imedivictza :.- !thti
babiest.- a bamibt-rltitam ''.Iag~l
pt~tpup: Aitie-11a.:tial cm, tnaka-at-i
a 144%!. ae1'1 t 4 W I t I111A %I h !,ia- a Id (I II 1.1
Chaidte-fl. j11 atuevilk-v ctr t heir
COU&'a iiee1lc.Ir-'.ealtPI'-u-

in tena o f I lm-.iaid- 4fe iA!f -.is-swithii-
out a -i .e U do --. far a?. we hav'-e-
beenala.t -:0tn It ti-it -only uro-z
croup. bua t %% bIii -ti :Eve-i a i- -taitaa- the
the act( i. i. ct- 4)ef m'tsaa'pizr.,
coact! 1 vt'-teigi attls


Quinn, Alex. McKinnon, J. F.
Mills, Charles Fisher, C. H. Dish-
man, F. W. Wood. E. R. Bowman,
W. A. Bowman.
NEW MAIL Boxzs-New boxes
have been placed at the corner of
Wright and Alcaniz streets and at
the corner of Gadsden and Hayne
streets.
'PREADIiNG Oi'T-Contractor C. H.
Turner is to-day shipping on the
-te-amer Torino to Havana. about
:41.<100 feet of lumber and 70 000 shin-
gles. to be used in the con-ruction of
born, packing houses and servants'
|quarters on a lart or llwre grove
,oar Havana, belonging to Mr. B. F.
Hake. of Omaha. No-b., for which
Mr. Turner has the contract. Ho-
Ias also contracterl to erect a num-
her of resid-nee.si in the samn v.cin-
ity. Thu- Pensace 1 indus-tie.- are
spre-ading out ucriss the war- rs to
tne other coun ries of the world.
COMMANDANT( IA WHARF Prt,-
gresa has been slow in the work on
the Commandancia street haif.
owing to delay in receipt of piling
from the cra-osoting works. They
are now arriving in small lots and
one of the great pile drivers is at
work. One of the main tracks ha-
b*-in laid, on immense timbers, to
tte present terminus of the wh tr',
enabling the nil ng to be deliver.-i.
at the place where they are to be
driven. All of the framing machin-
ery liai b--.-n installed in the old
Piaggaeo mill building, to which a
lie-avy sliding way for delivering
limber, i- beinier c mtruct d.
MAPDI mittee,"of which Collector l'Alem-
Ie-rte its chairman, reported fair pro-
gress in the collection of funds for
tha. comlinig fe-tivitia-s, at :a largely
attended meeting of the Cle-rks'
union hel-d last night. A committ-ee
io! costumes was appointed, who
will leave to day foir Mobile, and
may po-sibly visit New Orleamin, in
the perloruiatce of their dutie-.
The work onil the fl'a's is progre-.s-
ing we.I. and only hoine labor is enm-
ployed in their construction. A lit-
tle more liberality on the part l'e imerchantii. f r whose ben,--
fit the ,-nterprise ha been mor,.
particularly designed, will he
healtily appreciated by the union
and its representatives.
An Editor's Life Savedyh Chim lie-r-
lain' Coaiugh Iteniedy.
D.arin;. the early part of (Octobe-r.
ls'.1 I contracted a ha 1 cold whic!i
-pt, l-d **,l Iy luntigS ;tll(! was nlet:-
l-ct(Il iunti! I feared tIhat consumlp-
tiin h:ial appeared in lan incilpic t
-tat.'. I wis- con-itantly c(outlliilul
(1 t i-.%il tii. xt t-l iin.vlhiing w )i 11
I .. .iil ti-it. I *I-catiii ali ii .i a II
*It*' i xtti' i t i ta. le i tl ( toa a t:i 1
ai tl.. : t a; libo tl- e of C h lilatil-a ii -
S* Rt..&i j' .*ii-d i'Ai, thi ivw-utlt w -
;',i.!' ii,;- illip roq vt.- l it al dl *ifz, r
I I' n-a-Ii tlt e- Ibottl- l- my l n,-v
I t l~l>\' A.*;:>-. Pih i li-dtlr,, t.,
R-vi.-w, \\W y;tt. Il1. |".F r -t|.,- Iy"
t:.:tiil H<>,,- "LI S. 1.t,1laf,-x -tip-e.
.T r I-;'trNI -; .A itONA'-
Y**'1 will tite- it:;iy call for in pl l iinE or i :xl-d
diilik-. and li.- ka-eps Doaitfvy's Malt
WVi-kfey. Barthol.ililay b-l)r and all
the b.-st hrands ot wwin -; and liquor-.
.,!in -irr. Po-e?.yvillp. lid .-ays:
SI Evv-r used ati thia ata- i as
(Ili#- %filmitte C'o ; i <('tire+'. W\V are
iK'ver witltout it." <'iickly breakss
ilp colluhl- and aolds. ('ures all
throat and itelii troubles. It- # na-
will prevent consumption. Plea-ajnt
io take. Harris' Planarmacy, Jol.ai
Sheppard. S. Kahn.
I'. tvler gWorkL, Ilplo '!e
-unater- k'owdar ('.**.'- entire works
e'xpal, d this. ntoriing. Only lonely
mtian was killed., but several were in-
jured.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup wIll prove a
quack and sure cure f.'r croup. Mother-.
' tth n y" ir chlldr.n are at( lii,'kad with th ti
.4-...... e' ..s U t~t. a u. ... .... .... ta..... .U .... t~it


KIDNEY,,LIVER'
AND BOWELS '11.

CLEANSES THE 5VSTEm I



OVECOES ~~V.Hit

hABITUAL oN1STIIFATIoN wl
PERMANENTLYHt
'tS~ o Gerfe~CTs. wl
'InICIAL r' Ha
BUY THE CG~i~m t E- MAN P D 6Y
CALIW.NlAIiGSYI~Ryf
fft 34I VAL& ~ uOXftIM J AS~aT OuL PER BT&hL


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H. J. SCHP ITZ,
THE POPULAR


RBIAO ANDCM BlR ,p"
IS E TABLI HI) AT
207 south B .yl n St,
liaind is ipi-'ard to In e *.,ip li orders fr


Bread a qd Q Res Ki
Al SH4Nfl NOIE. 4~ $

For'S'ale K id

'ill 1'-! p ich(al11 /new,, to- r


deher ivitli tu.,,i-s -(Wfhij


&Stowve/ll.11f th illery. 11(-'
Mteity tt. en ty-/ic'c to t Iu-ty,
thousand, fed pr day.
Bargain iW rir.!ht./)r.-
(Nq-ner onp. owit Of m,'ui- In


f'ac.furifn bxite.'.vs reason
for sellin-t. For tparticut-
lars ivi ite.
/ lj-" LEE AdN7IELL.


HEMB.G B O8. g9co
.ll~lS~fm l.

tW& E0ii**i


Palafox Street.


Perisacrila.


Florida.


'~~Ib ~ T


e For Pensacoia
uyers to Buy

Ace Family


THE


CO.


POU


GROCERIES 5l9-511 P|A[fX S.
-IS AT-
The Well-Known.


Up-to-Date


Store


IEflTZ & CO.,

S --120-122-0s
E. Government street,
TELEPHONE 261.


orth 75, now 0. 5
nd-sewed Kid S-pring H.-el But
tim b. 11.
north $1.E00, now $1.00. Not all well -dressed
.ud-sewed Kid Spring Heel Lace, men aredressed by
north $1.50, now $1.00. men arc dressed by
The Royal Tailors,
MenUll s ueipariment. CHICAGO, U, S. A..
unine Dong. Itutton and Lac-
Shoes, 12-2, but all men dressed by
north $1.50, now $1.00. The Royal Tailors are
tiline Vici Kid BHtton and Lace well-dressed men.
Shoes, 12-2,
north $2.00, now $1.50. And it's done at a
j cost which means a
Ii saving of at least one-
Ladies'V ue1tp m1 ,. thUird as compared
1 Spring Heel Button and ltcc with the average tail-
tho 3e.-, : S.,
door's prices.
00, $1.25, $1 50, $1 75 an. $2 00.s p
Thl.-v nr,.wx-r t h. :"., 11r We cAn illiW youi
I Heel N'Httoti aid, Lftia'e also \ quali'i~ andp.i:zsthat
Cloth Top il. Black and Tan.
3m $100 to $3.50. wii
1 D. 8 i MIYERO. '
Special Bargain! &o .M--?
\ lot of Finl Ladies'Sho.-. (in':iiti iakr re lari i ".i I .l '- i i. ..
anld $4 iI a pair. n aa now only $1.5'' Si.. ,ai atin -.
W e olly hAve tht"i in *2- iand :l. N,-w .Leiin oft iat-, aps ari -'lan i-I I
and C aild 1) width-. that i' why derwear .lust received.
we sell tt'.ei so cheap. 33 South Palafox Street,


F'v ,l .-oir NoneIt f (ti(- First .Natinonal lia


GRAND SAhE


OF


GENIS'


FURNISHINIC


-FOR--


10


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The


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Purchase


Now


Being


Madam Atelier's

Magic Youth. riOWll


*.j m ;p I.~
Haaad--a-ewed Via' i hd Shoee-.;art- THE MOT PERFF.CT COMPLEXIONI
(IaI-1l tee ally $4.101 shoti.' ittll ~ t r ~ryr ~ T ~~~i y
l.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~AT~P TV t rY'-Mljj iiTyIrWitra~~ar


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P i~e73 ('entslp.1taoale'.
W. T'. GREEN & CO,
lea uggist


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Market


u *tit Yuu d | *. ou van s dpelndt in tins
marv'elotus rei"i1%d.. It neer falls to cure
sit micle. Pr'a iric-
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.X.E. BRAWNER'S* eal
POLITICAL ANNOUNCIEr. 6t-rl
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I liera-by unnfouahc.- tilygef a% a essndaidatts-
fior I t~1ifi.; to tt t by 0114,of %ha'rIif 4 at l.,-
esrubia v(outlit Flo~riale. and heal ivi t h.- hut-
I ratz. s atld hat e-syt of all illy %f; 1-us

I:er-antfllimince my%@-It a candidates fro
..qz-t o 'i ESsitttla County at the O1A~UILlg
.-leLOI.J .C. VAN P K..r
V4 sr Vl.s-uL oft afeeCareutt (inurit.
I hie-reeby announce myself as a candidate
foar ro--ela-cton ar clerk of the circuit court
if Eqcambaal. county at tb@ ..nauing Pleoct ion
.maid ask tbe supjxprt of tit" voters
A. M. MC M ILI AN
Vow Tax quell t~sir.
I It-rebw a aanlute"-nin' -+-IIf it,.a 'finidai+t
.)r re-o a*etion aa'Tax C' It-vto'r atit.cala
,'iva v.au itv. itind ask t ho- !.tppirt tfit it
'rit'iadw and vote-rs gre-traliI.
A. H. IP'ALF.l;II iCTV.
t tor Tax VCoseI-tuo..
1 tit many friend- of Judge W. B. laanifa
haring contained his CcaDnant hereby met-
nonn-eo him am a candidate' for Taus Calte'cteir
(of Kweambia county at tbeensuinM -le-cti4e..
MANT V1-94.ra
Vo ew chillI fs~aperintion-i Pst
I Ilerel.' ati noutul4e i- iii eIf a envid ada afil
Itilperifltenido-nt iauf i-ublivI n-t rU4 lieu 4'ti
I' -earnboiat e'unt% and &%k I ht- stipj ort,44! aa*
fri.-nd.. and l,)ter. gewn-rzaliv. ..1.
It

FLETCHER'-


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RHEUMATISM.
SPRAINS.
CONTUSIONS.
i;!d alnl i til .:itu d a on tuitions ofl the ily.
inr-llply i : i it t in-ltantly coltr l i'ramtiip.-.
4 oli'atind all kindred ailian-nt-.


ii.2eilbi1' nC ealot c


STOCK-TAKING


SALE RHalf Price

Underwear.


CONTINUES THROUGHOUT rE WEEK!


TDese oods are all tlis Sea5og's


Buyiqg


arod


will be Uploaded


$9 Below fMargufaeturers' priecs


21 doz Infanit.' and lt'hlhlren'- Half
Wool I'n Idrshirt-. regulartle4 value-
lie ale, lziadea'. Menl's anld ('iilllr-,n'-
RBack a nd Tanl Full e-alinl -. Ho,-',
re-gular 12 .2 goods, for til ,tlea-
:. half wool filled. re u-.ular -* ,-ellei,
for tnis .ala. per yard


i)5c in 'ro-looi. All W ,iatl l-aled. -ilk a '. '. .I .- 'I I I t- i- l ti 'i. r 22,
63C W arp. S ')e an nd $2 -*-sll-r. for thi I 1 0 t.. -i.-. r a iiai ; ,, ai.'.
salt- per yard $1.,'. andl 1.UU


8 D t~ac- i'ark I'-rcaa-. V i'''* a-
te~r astrul

'I'. .k t i ai,,t i t.- 'ea th" A' a-- yital


-rI-inch Mlack anad -ir.-d li-1t.'I ell.
tAo% e-, p" rty m.d ......27t r r, at % alu.- L1,-!. flap R-a'


:;.-l i-nCth binak aridal I' 'ir,'-- li-a -'t t.
alil w ool tillinK, r.f.;uii '" .-* c **,!
i-.ll-r. for this ale. p-.r ytr
i-itx-tl H niiri .: tea. hlna k in.'. il;
tw l, il lil'-d aid -ilk a rp. it-it lti"
7t' a nd ,Im S-tl-r. fper
yard. 58 t'A
:-'- i.h tr.t' r" ('h -a li ii i m r
l:c *- lit r. fo r this -toit. o : .% ;'rc.


Hosiery,


at aod Handkerchiefs,

Shirts,


Suspenders,


(I' vi A -~-.-orr Ted H.- -t%'v'FI#-he.' r* I',eita.-
miui i W ioti Mi x e1 ed ro- wtaIit r a tnfl17',(- i
th.- o 45cNeckwear, MX


,;tr .-: i % -r t', -Iat.I r .
8- -- '- 'I ni.- ''e tl .- rn 41

20C re. b is ae. p. i-.


1.-,t .41.)./ iiid s lo. i le iaiiiwill It '- t
41c xiew ro-eidar 'a' 0011%..feemi .


-i--pci Ht..'a1 1.1-- aitsct.,- .~n


70C


39-


at less than


Cost of


Manufacture.


30,,,


12c -t''at 45eL A--t- hrat atr:i tw low ii


Remember the Place,


-m -m6 -meAmR


,~


,, 105 S. Palafox Street, u O

* mms m nm -. I I


-a


I GUG[EH[EI TH[


:Great P a


'Bargain Chc
vfS^ ^B


Shoe


Sale !--


children's [Ipartment.
ntd-scweJ Frt.cl, Kid Tiif nts'
But on, 2 5,
north 75c. now 50c.
lid-sewed Freiich Kid Infants'
Button,
north $1.00, now 75c.
nid-- ewed Kid Spring Heel Button


Our Men's Department
a I eat ;ilVii -tell( in ti lown will
S1tt'-a eil ;e vml at a nd1i v tne-
iai.st coillortfhIle fit and gniperal
.a t i- fact .o I.


Kinivdly "oliieting your patroiiage.
I remain your- to plea- e.
I-:$ Gugenheim.

Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ragy at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.


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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1900
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.mace (ofet releubl( ll 455 i tI's l.-I -. It, ? -ii
1.-Y will I'a'sb~ialp' '-.'Itl.q*.11 11i"n[* n
be-lure Judge Ein

chie-f p~omt- bo T 1rt-*"*s''.'I-d-ou'I~tit?-
4.'dly 114d :1 111 'j'la~r 411 (tint- %'e't#e.& (v 0t
s .the.- l;ato- 4-1-1"14011. i'hs:l fit n- '011eais
Cal taWeea14it 3ii"?4ettic'i.1iily. eAslis-d
ulilen. -do d-egde.uI. T'i'h t un '5%,atre-anlet
tttin.edetimeerativ le'gistlu~re toteeuni-
p-eatt imsine'tidtov aii-tj~a~iratiid tL$of
p t titiAnd''eldi. t-agasid leti C
t tt- 'd.-clartitisest I tat (; .ov I,iW-] w ee'g~-
ernfot.114ofl hd-1(cai
j~ature il theine rte-rim. wc- il-a
tat lise had 1)twwer tato adjs elrra t li
b~xi~latur' ;4i -he (Is-mt1edltmat :tIII it-
-&rreort 5455 andte. .t (- n za sei.
ge)v#'riae)I. liad ;aweu. teeitsige (of
-amaiu inyurre-cutaz.


Acting ( -te uro B W-khlam
Lieuternim ant (,Govornor Ha ek i;*aii
will to day be acting governor iin
9{lacer of (ioebel. A physician'- cer-
tifl-at' w;as aiade out last night do-
elaring that (ioverrnor Goebel woutldl
hb unable for some time to exercit.-.
ti- power's.
Beckham will at once exerci-e the
power- of gove-rnoir. The first apI
plutmnient will probably be Castle-
man a'- adjdtant general. Demo-
cratic leader-s A.tate pi-itiv.ly that
Castleman will accept.


.sw'Iie Conditioen.
The attending physicians this
Snioruingi reported that Governor
oebel wam renting quietly. His gen-
-ral eonditi.ti -hiows a distinct im--
provement.
G o uwl WoeSe.
S FANKFKoRTa. 2:21 p. ui., Feb. :.-
GOrvernor Ooebel Ito worr- this after-
noon and is in extreme danger of
dying
It .junction tGranted
On the petition of the (oebel gov-
C inmt-nt, JudKe Cautrell has granted
the ord, r of injunction restraining
tiovrernor Taylor and General Col-
lier from iit-rferlng with the legis-
lature. atd prohibiting the holding of
the se"iMon at Loonlon next week. as
ordered by .ioven nor Taylor.

S"I think J would go crazy with
V. 31in were it not for Chamberlains'.
ai 1 Baim,." writes Mr. W H. Sta-
pl-ton. H-rniinie. Pit. "I have been
| aft:cted with rhoeum.ttisui for several
years and have tried remedies with-
out numtbr. but Pain Balm i.- the
best medicine I inave got hold of."
41ne application r aelive-s the pain.
For "ale by Hannah Bros.. 21 S. Pal-
Afox street.

Jsak and the Beanstalk.
The co-ming of the famous extrav-
agant "Jack and the Beanstalk" to
the opera house next Monday night
will be looked' upon a- ffrding oone
of the lmost interesting. complete
and original produ.itien-. Tills re-
markable coinhinatioli o.f -p ctace!e
and extravaranxtn, la- beer! widely
heralded throtugle, its long mtid ire-.
ord-breaking" eniagemlent isn II o,.-
tona. New York and othe-r eitte-: in-
deed it,- fir-t seaO'L,'- tour was limnt-
S td to entrgageents in lbut three sor
four citie-' whale la-t eit-ao It.'
travel- were costitnedod t e, tli- pr Iini-
pal of the larger tti.--. The m-tro-
politan entiage-,lment*. will bI- limited
to a few week iIn each cit'v. It i-
altniot iuiperllnou- to s.ay tl at "Jack
land the BHet;n-talk'' I- tile wo, k lof
R* arnet alid Slaane adci wa- .,riarina l-
ly roduc#-d hby the llostoen c'ad,.ts.
It i doubtifl if any -tage production
he beeil a'cosrde-d. much anld -~i-h
unvarvitig prai-- a. i a. thIi-; I' ,;
New York. IetO,.,. Pitiladelphi.a
Slad elsewhere ,i:ae come- d -.er.,.
t ion of salei doir

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;;:zaII/ ttit lllo l -: ,r. tiIqe iII:d itII> **tI
A;ll iuti i-tri-al i sidl <(',,--
|>-rity, wouVld be. at a agrcat .i.d -
a-trsoun disad vaitag .
I'rucefd in 'h- speaker ,l. (I'i. li;i .
portrayt-edi the lIeeii it-. coilvec i .-
and l'rsional, of lahtlr orga nization.
;anid dwolt upon the c ':dinal I,,
lient of -trengtht involved an1 the :.-
.ociation uf number. for initlati.;
protection. following thi-a with a
very lucid and intelligible expos.i-
ti4on of the functions of the waitking
delegate. who, when wi-ely c(hi.o-,,
and duly authorized )v the ors.,, -
zation. formed an indi-pen-aiblue cen.
necting link. not only between it,.
public and the organization but b),.
tween the organization and it- in' ti
her.s, as their executive < lllt*r at d(
the guardian of their rilh's H.,
al-st vividly portrayed the inj-iry
pos-.ibl to and often cia -ed by, tls
selection of unfit persons as walk-
ing delegates or executive efflicers
who reversed the heneficent pur
poses or their office by stirring uii
.trife, and playing the lemagib,;ae
niunidredstof ditT -lrent way-..
In this c infection, Mr. Willi: .ii
paid an excel ent and deserved ta ib-
ute to the talents and wisdom, the
sound judgmni -t and untiring devo-
tion to tne interests of the local
brotherhood and their individual
Imetiber-, displayed in the work ot
their weli-chosen and elliient hu bs
ness agent, Mr. Berny I). Hoffman
After recounting the wonderful'
rrow h of the -rothpihood during
the ptast few months, stating lth-
there now existed 554 unions, w.: I
an aggreogtte memilbership <-f 5:i.(il
the speaker closed with a few fore -
ful word of advice to individu..
inember-n about the necessity of
prompt and constant attendance ai
meetings, and unwearied intere-t if,
the work of the brotherhood. sup-
plementing them with an invitation
to those desiring to join the brother-
hoods.
A secret mte-ting of the brothel
hood was then announced, and thei
large audience dispersed, highly ,
pleased with the evening'- proceed
ingS.

ROBBIEDI THE GRAVE.
A startling incident of w which Mr.
John Oliver of Philad-lphia. waa the
subject, is narrated by him as fol-
lows: "I was in most dreadful
condition. My skin wa. almno.,t yel-
low. #y.es sunken, tongue coated.
pain continually in back and side-.
no appetite gradually growing
weaker day by day. Three ephyi-
cialns had given ime up. Fortunate-
ly. a friend advised trying -Electric
Hitter-.' and to miy gre.t j'ov al i
turpri-p thet first battle iiiad-i a de-
cided inIproveinmetit. I oe tititi-j
their u-s tor toirt,.- w. ek-. anid an.
now ;a w-i1l mali!:. I kin w tLiev -vedt
iny life,. aid robbh-d the- gray' ..; a,-
other victim." N.t oi- s hotlld f).l;
to try thli mi. 0:ly :,i t n;: p.,r iot-
tle at \V. A. I'Ain-mub-rts' Drul
Store.
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The lisouertiiSenawtors.
'I's''ll-- N1 i- s'j- ai -4 otear-. ws'er e oine-'l"I
liti is :sI I'.; s .1-. Ito it Ist '. 'ae' s':caieidai.tt'-
feol' t -sI t:!#- alv whisa ln-r. 4 elvkv N Wie'! st'i-
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.''e-'elt Ine'is -e 'm 4 ." ns-ssI Im I1-hI -14,lilt a1111
I 'n Ali i i -4.1 1111 ti'n it will il I plY 1 4 s'
X1 s-I A w5',-I ii. s ha's t ill 4eof 11s1,I lire..
fill thill- lme'eIpls 2i.- akv nn lot-itsi' t lais aas
satherisi' nsii ill I Ile' tm te'. lIe'v 4:111ge
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soetit I VI..111ssiIt 1:11m A 4 l' i I I 10- I IN I .' tje)I !et -
5neitolishroueighi tinlt-nint mring oefirts el't
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lli-tr;it NM 1 -tr \VIork-i:nii A itluin
MItCo'lilell of thie Kte lgllilat f l.)ah0,
La.bo. will deliver a l,-e.u e-at i t(h ;o -t.:g;it.
S q ".' AIlAe'cri-;hi, I r,'I hadl
h-i, ,- little l o,1n ih'n 1 I-t ni lig t ly. til,
l I,, t ..'.f l'.ik- an ld -pl.en)t a jll)
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'i tin;'lne-"-ot friends ofe MI.
S *. i -4 ( .it w. il i i- ple*' -ed ta, l:hean
... I.- ai i ai :, in.;roveUd tf' in i ti-
-* A i.*l- -itft; K of pnmi nonia.
1a t- lelit-la. l of alter (ilb r ill-
S. .; it ,.1 Mlr..and i Mr.-. Harry fi,, -
l.; i. i, ,,k il., # ystrd.ty ,iftt I'wi n.
ln :, ;,., it i aI ct. i at-lia l' .- i e-

It P. W\e'i L. hoItter known :i-
!- I,. th l,' ipop li.r i traviellig i e, ii -
-* I ,i: i\- oel the New t)il t' i- I'l.:iv-
Ir, 1'o1ptitau 'd It% MIr-. \. -i-
f.i'1 IiI "llIte4r, is h6-re to-daIy on I ti-
i ,'u : ;:ir Inili.) tinly vi-it.
iH. I lotfnian, business, agent o4l
tl;e t( .spent-'rs atrd Joiners' L'nion.
accompanied W. J. Williams of tlie
exeentive board on a visit to Milton,
this morning. They expected to re-
turn here this afternoon, but went
to BRadad from Milton and will no:
tetur n until to-morrow.
M.. S. Hnn of the National HRal
Estate Agency of Dayton 0., and
Mr.<. Benn are guests at the Mer-
chauts. Mr. Benn is a well k.own
proinmoter of land-seekers excursion-
aild has brought several excursionuu
ha 'e in years aIst. many of the viz-
itj s having made heavy inve.t-
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T'iere will be no advance in thlie
.,rice tf seats for Jack and Ith Reanu-
4tall Monday night except the- first
three r will be $1 50. Seats for the Wood-
ward-Warren Co. for Tuesday night
went ou sale to-day. Ladies free-
Tuepday night when accompanied
by a paid i) cent ticket.
Siherifft Geo. E. mith announce--
in tlc J-" tl hais ci'ndidacy fd,r re
elbue, oo. Mir. umith h a. mnude an
asetOe, vunergetic and pffieepnt nmtoea
andi It is a very rare thing that hef
,ni;e a ct iminal when he gets on
the tail. He is popular wtith all
class 5o and his friends feel confident
that will be re-elected by a safe
major ty.

TO RE A CULD) IN ONEl DAY
rako lve Bromo Quinine Tablets. A;:
druggt a fund tbe money if It fails t<
cure. i.. W. rove's-ignaturi- i- on -acti
l4,x. '.

;. -. K. Miller. Newton Hamii'-
:,sin. a writes. --I tlink DI), A tt'-
W\'tch Haz.el Salve the- grailde-t
-live ade.- It cures pile ;nylt
-1als e everything. All fraidultilit
ianitatiop'as are worthless. Ha':mi-
I'harnmal cY. Johni Shepard. S. Ia\ t,


mat TreIbblng Heada(che
Wo rId quickly Ic-ave you. if you
u-ed Dr. King's New Life Pill-.
I l:ounands of sufferers have prove-l
tieisr matchless mer it for Sick and
Nervvous Headaches. They maka-
,trelblood and strong n-rves and
'uiluj up your health. Ea-vy to take
Try 4hem. Only 25 cent- Mon.-\
hack if not cur-ed. Sold by W. A.
I) Al emberte. I)ru.zist.
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fongit I 1y I.irI iLisnkise-4r L pre v 1 i l s-lI %- r
I kq iI ..(t 1 !I.I- I a t M I&- Ir-ito t j a .
plz e.,a 11'..tI,. *a I Pro..toirli a.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in still in the
''~I :cLI Il- j)-~p.4 P I :Net-, II olike- t ~~5141 5'-- I
I ine. 't- ui g 1iiwt i i t'IIi nt-. ansi ase eton 'C I ) i i i i
t .'ts:n it i- Ii- o tin' 5 .: s.r--me vtiy ar t
-t':ibo sSe~.4lv: i r L'ssle, and will *-IT. v: a itre
Illtotoile (etae.

_N t sa~w Feb. :, -('Cusesa i-

rAj'i'll ansi May.,71 113; Jmit-and 51July.

Irt the I'llilip ui wee...
N1 \i ..x4 .-IXh 3:-NMaior Kiabbe re'-
porn- thiiat this tritep-i Wove itsecs- spied
the i-land-;e t ~snir I. vts' with setdv

killed and five C trusleenWere caje-


I it'ens-4l to Marry.
Lie.-:i--- were issued from the of-
fice of thti- County Judlge during the
past we-ek to the following-namend:
Whitte.-Charles William.s and
Rohbini Ju.'ne Walmer.
Color:-d-Martin V;an Buiren Har-
riQ and Hattie Yoling. (liailes'
Milner and Willie BHele Harri-,
Iont-vy W'hite and Fannie Adam-.,
Ha'ywooed Pear-son armil Maliei- I);tvi-,
Lewis Davis and Mary HKloxhumi.

VITAL STATISTICS. I
recordd of Tlirtha andl Death Filed
in the Office of tlhe City the Week Ending Saitrday. F-eb 3
BIRTHT.
W1 ite-John O'Donovan and wift,
a Laughter: A. N. Knowles and wife,
at daughter; Win. Yates and wife, .
daughter: A. Barbara and wife-, a
daughter; Victor lSoderquist and
wife. :n oon-stillborn : (Cl.rn T'rhieson
;ad l wife, a daughter; Jun,. 1. WeIsct
and wife a -on ; Joe Lulhinigt't n a,3nd
wife. a -,n1.
Coiuuld--RLuth Edw rd-, a -ot : ).
I J. Cunningham and wife, a datiuh
ter.
DIATHc'.
White--Helen M. Fisher, :t7 vea"r.
ga-trii-: Walter Uhiburt llowlad.
2?s dav-.
Colored-- ~). itd Jackson. 2( davq.
inanition; Eiddie Sheppard, 1 mnontli
and 12 day,. jaundice; child of Alex.
Oliver. -tillb,,rn : Dirly J.iy. year-.
c ni-uinptiot n: loui-a J l.i,-,o,' 27
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DOUTH!T G'V;-S UP HIS JOB.
'laet sLii5Pr 4 -iis --5'r It -'- x f'k

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(Jrgaenn.1.Hese": .~t -L 'nift :a- ,1ore
wlan r~-xizuVa sit.) ine f j-.ang 't-

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thep in.-ih-.3 e'.tof ;uu -~..er. unni
aic i t ';a ~ I u.~r : m. I e r --e
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beiofl aas ioici r i-(U rd- .an.) j I
f fr Ins- requev-r f -(if1 v.vr'. u ttzi.i
(J-ri tinat I '- .nr at u' 1 7-urtWe'ur
ingii Iari iuarw ult tne jreon"
tenuv congtst-uci )nnce orri. vrur
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EASTEWRN TR'P A SUCCESS.

1trn1 410'1-1 its.- 4 1iernrnnil.sg
4'.*'~ -11' II I'.l, At an inm-
faria 'inir-'s .'~ino 1",riland be.
V weeal Wt. i. ani .1. f1; van .in~i his pnomi-
wni suni port~re it wasn aecaued usat 114,
eastern trip batd proveali a gre~tan ~ce
ands it wa% re~siolveths iat t~inetrip should

Paign of IWOO.
The campaigningii will hbs renewed im--
mediateiv in the wearerti ard nortle-
western States&
As soon as Mr. Bryan ends his prso&
out eastern trip in New Jersey. noet
week, he will start for Texgas to rejota
his wife and children. He wail ree" for
a week or two and wiA be ready for Sh.
national battle.



pairti~al tthe tu.-4#u-eof :itesinat. r- Ill AP-
jpl3i51i.zlisjuid- slat~ls, tiss I -anl pS14-
age.s for *Vf~Iif'ir/I'f ."-. the pro-
t-riettor-A joro-paz 'ie r.';5im Italmin h
lisiiiid florg in. "ln ur ihi ho- known vio

ct-a. lDrii ..- -- -,i ..'. . . huie'
Iil ~ U it. I* i' :--In -11 ii('5)S
jarooepert io-a rI -, stIOD.
Crta- I' :- 1:"(1 by
thes ill- '1 6.1mi 1si of 1 '.1 tip
thils'. in. 1... 117 11 v 1-1 '. if Ela





dPstrt'vead -tix .''.rht- en'rI- 1town. only
three Lu i,iis o.An,% o, .se; eftsiad-
1U2 -.-'S bi~inxw-rre pilaroyed.

Among the tiApo !sremrn'w"V
the p s~ti f~l e. lenaring It'.ei. eighs .$rw~
hounses. Knnnght?'eo-)11rtiveasballsand
two livery netdip.fia I -te i;_SU:Anc8 Wii
be SbUgt Olle-LA.aj 'Lks .. 3.%


Yot 0 N"W F .keb. z.:-Late
uitot file bri'ke u.u. in the Met: roy Flw-
cntture CsiDpjnflV5 Rure and extouend
to J. M 'fuwter & Cons a).rvet of dry
iroodoo ,nd to tme anj.-muingt bnusk occu-
pied by U1. 1M McKpe-vv &- Co The
total logo vtii atglezae re bewo-n 3$4w.-
000 and C-oOs. TuJ 'ae Joss ee1% Overed
by W1 per cent o" inisu: .ce. Tu, origis
of the fire is unkuiown.

For 0-ver l'i'sjs Years.
MRS. W'VaTtaw'8ScoMsjais.'L Ae ytr- 80
batn need for' over rl'?YIFear, Sby Muillsom. g4
nlotuo-rok for Lbfe~r childro-n wiji.o- *PP1'Ig.
with -. ris. ..-'4ut i -. t*'r t ~ he chit
16Sltons the gr1.. is\a) I at ti5.i.. eu roe wla
00it- an isthe kirbte-rr-iody for I iiarrbfa..

'Umd~aI~a- o~e! )i T1t'1 Jr e. n v r
nan Eelthe Wold. rwto ".v7.- _e' roa auV

Cmth.E~esFl -hr e

two % OrTin burned to death boe Feyew
terlar in niff~rout ftree Mrs Einger
C. Parke'r. 1W4 ears rfif Ze. niotber St
7Major Ihexiwi.rae t~i. aru-r. ('a"e of the
0,1e andi zn-el Pr'minueutin~eibere @f
rfb.,-a. bar. ii'sd her clothing Xutted
rfrowA i .ra:e ando died'o rom tme effeefe
oll tbo r~urtio '-Irs D'vine.a&red d41.
nad ro-r c otb~nii: ',.snxt by the explo.
.:a nannip In iryinnag ogesae&^ @h@
r~Auna aiTaL,.''I trioeflame. uuuntl sh
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111. N'ir.ti. S,- Ima~icat ,j INu cr'-I. I.. a
gripjw'.11aL9Iwii'. tiL ''Is"ihea ardof it4 ha- fain-
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tianug~ht f wietal I t rv it. I 'l-.'i it f~ia ''i--u--' tr..irit
ttully and ogiti ce to ,.fto4.l it 'hva:Lft,.r tic x:hx-'Fi' l.
of a W*s-.k I wa v.'r v tiitalparicx-i.L I' a r I .
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TOWN TOPICS.
Our 13 aldermen, sti!l p.'r~it in d.fy-
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li-is your..t complexj 1(it%.ionthv
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Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.

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215 Sqouth Palafox Stt.



Indigestion!

IW,y challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to thfe Alatchless .llineral


I .cl~'-iczctht 1t J (ter for the c-urc of' In,-
h~axxI- *i,~ t' ~ PlaIintit


Acme Beer.


'I'll E BEST BRER SOLI) IN
PENSACOLA.

Dinnheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

IsaO Solsio y M. PiI rla3 Vil. Yhtes.

' The Jug Trade .
Is Our Specialty. : j
}Prrxpt Deblvery and Sati-factiLo
(iianrt:tteed. t

DAnnheis&er Bros
il Soutth Pal.fo-x .. 2
P' i lro Nt<. 11. (). 0 .
;aillr .xd Exel qti ;, -. .P!,,i, 2ff


PENSAC OLA


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ERu hbr-'ikdrrcy i'I to-riu It-f all kM(li
airt ik-1dintg ti tailft .s'd I t s-u il tr
iScarfs. SofaI Cui-h iwoct.- Etc.
Battenbcurq and Point Isme Patter


'rile Public is b,vi'ttd t.m (',ill.
MRS. H. V. RENDA
4 V-I WtCithai-o' ttrett..


dige:.-ion, Dyspepsia a, d
all forms of Stomach, How-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
easej. Guaranteed to rure
or money refunded. Cost
only -. cents a day to us;e it.
One dollar bottle last htven-
ty delays. .
For sale by all drudgists:
(als,\, 1;. T. GT. een (Co. 3.
S. Palafox ASteet.
SORl ADDRESS


Greenville. Ala.


at:y ':5 ind the, maurit -4 Wl~aIkinhon'ti Mal. h -
'' tnersti xA'to'r. I tils. halt ucivA1131im'F t
laas'pocrsm.Ioliknowlo-dolg. a Icek.
I;. ic- *~~ ondtlitl'.r011 IT) %% 1 't it is .. .1d I
-t~~~ w...'- i itr pptlad.wi ttO tCI-mo113. rt
1Vil ffIt s-I-I i K l. iti ctsd**. tion*. itixi
a.ecO tman 43,.1 .crirraaal'. A4% isr3cl-tt*'l
.-m itpffa-t..It 1t4 highly r.i-Ncammt-..de-d byt
pL' -:;cianflaor a nuaatvwr .~i--~-
Axili. (a.o 4rfoN.
of PM iiirobaate Court, Butler t oulity.
cilahamm


WzGOLAY-_

Grist and Cori) Meal Mills,
X. F. GO MZ~EL & CGO., Prop s,
Mani.:Awt2Iu rvirc
CHOICE NNAL AND) PURE GRUON D
STOC K FF. E .1)
O,? t ~ Itio ii- 11,jw hIidic .t rv. tfor Ilth irs
% rvtr-t,)n c- i.,uid h&'ay your %1 t]alund
!.". 'k F---( f ro -,k, h- If orw M t m rit et k i --
i tar u~ rt11,1-y-. ci10ct 1t h" i..cicrl:31;1itt%
I V*"A illttL.t't i t.' *ndirsc,1v :.xr:.
'0.: erlni tis- hon"o. mrt nulct xrc-r yo
nlit~uttc- o I i) T a. 'tc-,vif iat-ttr. )')t .. ww
t lclga:0skNunaty in which yti lIiv" atd
en c ont ributes to10your .Ut~port.

**d CURE YOURSELF



'Sold by Druggistb.
A.: j*r' 4, z -r;-,
I -. -. 1


for Infants aind Children.

goric, Irolpg and 1Soo4thing" SyrIp-4. his i'llPe1l~avat. It
contains neither (1aiuin,'4Irpaiap vjotr other Nararwt4k
Isubmtance. It 4Ii-t u,%% wform-4 aud aIlaym Feveri~lenp%%o.
it Curei Pai~bira iaj.Itl41 W1Ifla, Colic. It relieves. Teteth-
biticTrottle14 ,t:and cue-4 Contip.~ation. It regumlates4 tMe
St "niacndad 2141Bweis. giving ihealthy ai.'l satuaral mIet'p.
The Clli jureiit P4fl.I4nea-FTle 3MQ~kerfsFriend.
The Kind Yonu'Have Always Bought
.7Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
I_-_p._
wr CE- it p CoM P r -0 -"tRdhIV 6 CTM _W VSf W Y







Citizens National Bank
OF PENSA'OLA.


T. F VI WE-RES DEN'


DIRWCTORRS:

-,I .E. E.tcirimdpr-a& (Coa.
L. H 11 1()N 0 R EE N.


GemtoraI


J04N ".p FY-FI :R.
it. M. BHLs II N 14ruIIL.
As-s?.. CASHIER.


RIX .I. ROBINSON
MOARIS BEAR.


Banking Business Treasacted.


4,, 0. ,*-,,duintzs Haudled on Favorable Term, Ex.
CA. ,e thought and Sold, Collectiona
P.*.oim*,Ivi ttitnd1ed To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


PABST

BOTTLE BEER





HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING







TRY
A CASE

g


SOLE AGENT.
A l -* c1.. o4 c tridl!' r It .r P. :t.".>;cta t

SILK VELVET,
Tti- v'ry p fatIftottm t -f -titutck v
hi -k i-t. i-tol :Ic hli lma tis-




Wines, liquors, Brandies

G1ns, Cigars and ?Tuecco.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.


S. A. FICIEDIAN.,


-SO UT If


PALARIcu1MTREFT
Il-. ltdsphnoux 179.


The Star Laundry,


TIH Plill IRLAUIMY OF E11l FlORliD!


A rastidlious lDresser
i-dwy hlW' ap [py' wi 0n it. ascpto-4 tae-
)ok'aaaII ot % 4 the 4- x 1ul, I t 1,4 itj d ry
'wo P 'k thlt t wc'v lax.1'. gu tll iiittip a11A

* cr hju ii tt#.'-.o w.r. 4) u r iito-did m 1oar
duzll fllaii.'oha.pit t-.iitko. Ittl,!iuij'l3r'1
Lit,- atiol be-atit zf'.tJ roalir thaitI 'ir

e'tu~iilt.d by anYory ;iilry ill Ills'state'


A LL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 .L GARDEN ST
W-'GOOD CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FPRJEBB.
WAT.KPRR INGRATrAM, Manager.


ESTART r.Kf.: m 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
.--------- - DKALK IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General gHardmuae,
OS AND 0f05- S. PALA'OX STREET.
A3- 3 MW r 40'W-------
REVERE <:COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S )ONM CO.'d
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUMtEL&BON'SPCMPB.
hmte Cordap. PalNts. Oils. luaticail lstremaits, arts, A vai, hllN
OOMPA&L'E%. LOOa. GTO

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. 3


REPORTED ADVANCE

STILL UNCONFIRMED

London Officials Get No Word

From Buller.

BRITONS MORE HOPEFUL

Th-y Claim That G' *nrail .J)ub-rt
Will Cerrntlly HBP Overwh-lmnd
Evenliully-Som- iHarsh Criticism
Fnr th- E-,glish Ministry.
LonDox, Feb 2.-There is no official
news from General Builer's headquar-
ters, and the only information which
has reached Lindon in any way sup
porting the reports that he has recrossed
the Tuglal river is found in an Associ-
ated Press dispatch announcing Lord
Dandonald's reoonnoisance, which is
taken to indicate a prelude to renewed
activity.
As the dispatch is three days old and
Lord Dundonald found no difficulty in
croaiing the river, it is not impossible


PAINE'S CELEH Y COMPOUND


A Great Reconstructant


REV. JOHN RICE, SEVENTY-FIVE YE&RS OLD, Scotch Grove
Iowa, writes.:
"My wife and 1 have used two bottles of Paine's Celery Compounc
with great advantage to our general health. It cured her rheumatism
and proved a good regulator of the system in general and a tonic fo
the nerves In my own case I have found it a cure for kidney trouble
arising from old a e, as I am now in my 75th year. In this trouble il
has given me almost instant relief."

The human system in old age must have a large

store of nervous energy and rich, nourishing blood

Paine's Celery Compound keeps the liver and kid


YOUNG LADY'S AWFUL FATE.

c.ce (let-e.4 .t
R~vrjt-!- A I-a 1- t-t W.%V.-I -j oihn
bmagieon, a :cro-,aminttcru it-cam-ait:14i
peon Werf- III ft- t--. i 1ar11id toe younwer
childro-na A --1- i*. hii-, ~i-
Sm~ile Solesi5n. .ctb ''''e-. A.
at bonee ate ena-* II-Tie Ra tv,-yr Is #. ie'iun
T'he al I!1 -r neta-' % -11i: tIn- vcc C titt a
neigbhor I. anti zz-fl rp e:-u;.L4- ticrnd
Stag -charrced amcjetrece I ., I% ,.;tier
teegs burccea (-if anj~ till- b-.i t I i
l~uro*ei fruemme cumtbody T 1at ccr of
the room ewa- apetire sue rflt e- usce
Ialamely e-elapc' u uttructacon
Too vivung wanwwmi ni%%,,& cut
fainting M1,141 It e114 pt"p.,?.-o I I -,L
she -M wiai at& koea~i t Onie k-' V I~o.-e-jear-
cu~v6IiiA aol afq.. 1 ei-e t A an-cii:ru.
her (. c.tbllzIdliltaicnti'-t
Tale deat i gr. wa-i %tcv ice Cu :, aua,~
Ipoplluar

CNN~ i I T7. t' :. -Top Te eieO'.See
iriver m.i i-iit, Ioz woor ivi!tv a t t it I! .4ue.
Teanes can c-:e-g tae Fl'c-,nh l,.-njd ccii
tne If c ~t 1a- lcu f a-t i cc ,'t.-.u neT) A. at
are teed u it hAtre %VwIeItI L: -


NEW likt~ C% *It r- e;1
c'zaamace durcnag tte- ic-t~t.. ~e;
c II n F. Ie -'. I 'Llf!r. e T:

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RECENT INVENTIONS.


IIit cc' Ill I'! c111: I I i, f it NN ini 'we ii I L-n, I ~
s"I: rc'; 4 a--d ti-k .e''I C: :.i Iill Ii.Cci f'I c

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gir 4-s I- I I I f I 11. 11 14 '. I-. #. ,1
N,.cca li n .4-li' t ce xe, i I cc '.c.

f i .' 4 14 ,ci I, e I c c : ti qc i c i : 1 ,, c e i I j..ca j
t% bIlr d a; t i-d c.t c lani.' i-r, j ., N % I, vi
lil- !cc ; d-l' (.f i llC Cc l'lcd ccI%% C
:.ic'' rn. IN 111- 1 cthie .--I : cl iiccis ate ul-

j m'- tccdj iii clTre lice AL e-.tccn.'c.ae:

to i le.; Inc-kime& m.,
to '.cc c ci:. ~i cc I :jc I'- II.'l" H.




civ.r:cII-I.- 1\ ccr-e I II-r
I mixIt lide' :c, 1; '-ijitt
,t C I lel) Ve ii 4Iec l 4 -j I ., ljh: A a 11cccUtis

V 9-1 VT u ILAA 'rT' CWN A vft- -13


General Buller may have moved in the
interim. and public anxiety is again
concentrated on the Upper Tageia.
Dispatches from elsewhere in South
Africa merely tell of desultory shell
tiring and the moveme-nts of patrols,
though Cape Town mentions a rumor
that General French has captured 800
B,3rs, where and woen not being an-
nounced.
There is a decidedly more cheerful
fe?ling in Ludon. 'The confirmation
of the report that Genieral lBuier had
ai:;uiuuc.'d thEA ine w'nld relieve Lidy.
-dnttn, toreth'-r with to tiunctionirmicd
r,-por: thaf t tie had ar':n:tilvy tefun a
n,\v forwarti iiiO;'i-eniit ihad gooa efleet
U:I t1 i. pU;,ili i21111i
F1L' ures i'is t p-,;l:sie'd hiave had "a re-
At-,.UIIIi. tllert. TiLt iv,,.v-rni eut an
u,'U.i'", rli;r it va< *"r'.r o;ie,. li;eo re
i t- \ r \ I- *a ni t, 11: i.e l,:)er- cound put
5 ,',(;) mueiin lut'e ht I fi.-i 'Th ltBrit-h.
:ii a l -vw (I -. ". W .. 11 i' e l;,. lO uene
Outh A ri a'l *; (' er.:I iou ucer., accord-
ic ti L. l t' :llv .t'". .ii m e.. n snr-
r UiniiiiJ" 1.1-iv,-icu an'A connrouting
**..',r.i l'u.ier.
In tie recent tnrr'7 in'Tinent Gen-
1 ral i 1 'iier lo t I,'.-7. men, but the
l:r'e-.".rI- If l,e'd T:I- 1 ers have no
| I in na : o. r,,.) ai'ili ti ILu;c(it illen witti
rir -'j so (i itlr'. I, ,okiu ; at ttie starter
1t t l i i'4 .:h ', is a- inevitable that
J ubwtrt wil b? beaten a ,it was that
G:(raut won d take -It'tiinc'cii
l-F'w dispatcns are i),w allowed to
come thr ,>uu from the seat of opera.
tioni around ('olh-et.rg, and ernieral
SRoberts is clearly anxious to direct at-
tention from the work in tcrogress in
co-operating with General G.tacre and
SGeneral French. The Du'cn garrisons,
both at Siormberg and ('Co,e>larg, have
been reinforced aid the B.er strategists
r are striving to repeat tneir tactic at
Magerafontein, Colen. o and Spion Kop
by creating a new impasse, by which
t the British invasion o: the Free State
miv be blocked.
Tbe military experts are inclined to
be easier with Buller since he and his
army are so undaunted and the harab
criticism is shifting to the ianntatry.
. MOZLEY'8 LEMON ELIX Ilt
A Pleasant t'emnorn Tni<'


-


NEGROES SENT AS FREIGHT.
'.urp-a.tle Mt,,ei'. P'lan to 'T1reatiort
MA1 lI01n1.0ye, 1 *M l A.
S' AN PI Fel' 2.-A wman by the
x.me of Davris demded to ii11 hi4 tnr-
-nurine uaa r m-.rhood (a Conainata. S. C., to Anda-
x sia. Ala He ctrocured iokree freight
,i.-rs. w hic he leaded and eoct via the
-.',utnern ra.iroad to Yepuassew and from
Ye massee. via the I.ant eeymm. to this
>p* inl .
1lis outft would *d-obtleas Lave pro.
r4cdea via tie Piant Fvstemusto Alabama
.ad not sIaesulearm been a1l 1sed with
-_'ard to e of tb freight -cars, which
wva utareu and btiied "anuot boid and
Kie .heu formiatre. "
Shel car imipertor-ef the Flamt system
w1 Ta1siug thbrouwj the yards antd
iituced a nmc'ro ndeavoriuj of 'iae itt.e wasaW Ui one ttic of the
freight car Th'e t ar was opjed aud
**7 egrrs w-Pre found inside.
The iolioe- were calald on and '8 n--
gruo w ere arrested. 2Davie was also ar
rested le la paded guilty. Hi[ ad-
mliitld that 2 as- the aegrote vere hia
trrpenu:izie haads. Time nLuer .c ihe mi
no: kto ,W.
liavs ptiii the fares of 2~ -negroes
from Yemaisee to &raT nah T(i t'ie
Pian( syvst[. anld t,*-r w'erv re'-..e1.
;)jvo-y (ta-in parua-cei tatkets fi.r nei i
ie.ti t (- <'fuira. r.x:.ruaoa to Aunde..uis,
A.,.i r1 ml aill v.et n tni-.r wV rre
.1 'iln,' Ti'e- .( r t m were de. uined

.'elIt l i cm p *nt.n.
like;!'.*- 'Y1, ;* l :Il k ill


Xf-ILUMAli i C 7 RR 'I'lIio :
1.J'itULIA tA I L1 L I tKI'. l.:. h li.I*Ic-.iic c
ita- u.~o ~ ~ 'Ur-i~ '13.. ce1cIct mk I"t ~


U40-114. Ire'mo-Ito S1afi~r.*-" i --I liaid creelim-ce vl.erg-' v wte t rfor-
it I!', -dt-.r-'-eua te. I. tueb-t jueiate ieair- andi w-. vidicirce' lilet-i.- 'I''
(t.*..it Ca;t:ejy'tj awl hd .~(i' Iii ica~e-ra-t r-lite! till I he '.' it Ic tet,'0 .-kc4
Hl~tI. It. It. !'slC(iilw RIli..td A111i 0cc.- Minute-' (msaaic('acre,. I kicue"'it
cur# -. It 1incirtor. c11-t w!.,it corli- .-r 1Ilt(,bc-t (cti'h lic-Ct''t(-a Itlade
t re~it int-titl. ?-~ -' 1ra % .1 1111-iI. J h. ecoti iZ ( yelI'i'.Icm. Jtquia'ic
ii#-fit Mt-. i v i-tit' -d air. blto'41l p[c i-l. ir-C it e.colds-. ('I. el).i f ,e 1) i
fi'-r-. lea vt. f ail *'d to t it.it. H R iia, gripped anmd thr-ce a t ccnd Itngm~
al wcaoos ldtccliloetlVroachef. the real 'recubltoeI It a- thle clitidrec 114 fm 01-
k'.U-e tl 31141lolbetitout atid drivt-!.fr' Ill', t r" 1) +d v ('Cicre~z ipick ly. liar-
the botie*.j110. C e5 itU-it- ~ -Piariiiacy, John Stio-ppard, S.
braile. and eweir,- ,i Kahn.'ih __________________________
'c ilnlithe hI. Ce ccl ti at tcall%*-.;
htt-imcuatistij cited Caetarrhi. B. H B Fcaxa onyur-c 'cr i-
i-~~~~~~ ~ th4ecyr-nd reo cuu it. JudiviftI Circuit, M ate 0. F I "rid a -
do) thiqsaiad curt, and -o there c~at,. daracitbtiwtnt.
mii-ver be- a return to) till- sylptotim-c C. MaK,-cwe CeinL2. doinit
l'trgive- up 10ep.. biltt try* .It.I. bunemteese a.V. McKorfizisIc
Hcettea B~~ic Bajic~ ; j~Oertang & COlipany.
Feor eA.e 1icy vdruggz-tfi. t $1 wT Wilhelm Wt~hme'tsn.
Icebolttle. eor 6 lar.-trt' o--tult ti ll The d.-fiendlsnt. Wellhov.'a illiie.
trentnlehtit) $5e. 'Te prceve ser wr ilt Take' to'lict'of the.m-1111014)[1 of ~ecitth'-
faithem: H B HWe Vwill it .tt taned the Yetmnitibment of Irni'.property in
t fe bltmfd- of Tuntvsne & I-offile. iand hoo, staid
rriAi eete FIret- awl p[IlCgcii(l tie ,%ii person. interpito-d are hereby required


prepa red fri mitt lee frv- 1)j ccieo' e-f
ljeiou,ii. C%)ubi eo wit h ot her vgs.
table liver tbiiC,-eit hartieF., arep
niatic -timmalnt-,.%,-%)d by drug-
gii~t's. N5$anid $!.Aso hbttles..
For bil~i'u.sneeis atid on-tip.,itioca.
'o r iiadig'c,'timi anad foul it-wncachz.
F4%r sick aned nerritu $acco,
Foir palpitatioti miid heart fa'ltir
take Lemon iElixii,
For srIi i-~ aced 1Ic-rr41ic

P144r fevevv4. mciui~ria aand orhIl-.
take L'illoti Elixir.
I +qii.tf')leElxir will hut 1fail -lutiii
v ny of the .aboe v. immml (Id i'-t'-. s.aI I
o~f whlich ;ti% l'. rmei,. a t~cIjeIdi r di.-
ea-.ed liver. -~toiiamalei m ii knlcey
I'r~qaared onl% by Ir. U-. _Mozley,
A t Iati a, (ia.
At the(apittl.
I Ihareijnrt takentlit, lx-( iof twn
bott I-.,4)f IDAr. M ()veA-%'zL- u.t on EIix i r
for t'rl-otis fieadme~i.-, i iidizestiora.
u ith di,;easued liver ma dkulcv.
The IRlixir-oured trw-. I ftui ud it ilw-
irriat4-m- it d~i:1" ever U-Cet.
J. H. Mvxl.: *c4ii. Altteeriev.
Ln!2i F Street- 1%'a-;hitigteeri1. I.C.


wvrit# -. I h4VI0 .;l,.t7 .'redle~'u
fre~i idir#-t.~ 4a or dy-pe.p.-.a. 4ectie


jvimdif .al tV~ i*" havel lq'E*'


cir.--. A! ljea .Ire'ccI=.v('are-
1srr()3;'"'. ;atzd all, tiir',.' aud tel timA, All~



I will rep'ijir yosur wccteht Lmid
Je-welt'V illtlr-.t- Style-. J. 1.
St epic -lics.


The 'Iue P lmaer. Steaaaa aaed Gam Fitter.
(11=tooe ifeorili 1eifrjogzd- timi :'a-
tlfwI'.- t l.*-t he CC If Iiated ~at l:!9 we.'t
G(vi.JV'Ii~fit stroet- :udicd -prt-pitrea
t-) do) aicy anid all kiuds of work in
Li hler.


Ifyou are readY 0ogot
house-keepingf. let Marston
4- Finish furn ish your house
for you. They ivill save you
money. Your credit is Oood
wvithth m


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of Margaret King. deceased.
Notite is hi'eeib given ttiat (on the .ith
day of March A. 1D. l!O I will appiv to the
Honoroble Probate Judge of EKcambia
County. Florida. for a fianl discharge tro:u


PR!


Crowing I
For v .'-, T- ftt-tt
YDaith aut ydoctr
, curru tx It lran
10 nt -tI .dgl l10


year#. NR


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-v 'No.. July 27.
t.'rrit e pa.n. .'rery
te d wee I could not
I ( pr..twIn I felt I
,b t and wasgo de-
iat! D- peqof a cure.
,n mv tryaug Wine tif
i ie a ps'.n. and ddA
iad not dcnein s% e
4NI.N'%I E LItTL F


U


Ref 6rdgi


Mcc)iesty is *he cr e txr-::n4 %-_e*-f\r-,ecan %omen. :t tS the tr-Ait
that all marnKn,~.r n ii'ros. AmA .i .1- -%-man is the mo st peain 4 '! All
crc cted thini:S. Liec.ase f this iec. wim: %i ertue thouwands t- %%'vcrlic
prei. r t.) %utter tint. .4d rmseries r.,tner th-in c, .ntikie thoir troual'lo st(- A
phyv..mcian, and to e, en tliink i~t sulhmmtti'i4 to an ex.az1c:Litcl. -TiL% rr~' t-
irpv. Thev' can't get their f .,n n o'-went t, ,An eiperakte.in. Wie'01C dt .jti'
per-irts senlsitivC Ae %ki~nfl t, eta~icntheir im, 'je%tv. N% ,ch it thev can cure
teniale troweu'le in t he qui~et ut4 their oAn rt- ics. If Pecul treatment
is requcired theY' can %' ritc tee the Ad~ is' .rv I ecartrncnt .t-1 the CNtbh.t
cccig ca Medicine Ci-'..in,.' their letters %%ill 1%- ri .nirti answerTedl'
%,,men trnicied ini the cure of
1 IA *in1eN x \I.tk''..Se% And ervr.i-
[LAIIIIS' AIVISSEY IEPAITUIUT.*
.t':.aeitrepseueivc:ng i % ii;.t-miI'. I t i-. lhiiu%,J tI '~e'4: rtne~aec.a
2 lPAN,410 (I, 1egi~tamranc.e T.-n*cx.n~'. c-'iditi' r. Yhe lo ,.v'er
-~p-.,p-neJ the hardJer to cure.
A LARCE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUE
COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE.


.EMEDA.
'
.. nun


:.Thursday, Feb.


The Regular Monthly Drill of the Chipley
Light Infantry will 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.


Remember the Dae. Thursday, February Sth.



H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gag Fitting, Materials Kept on Hand


WELFIPRONr 325


..PuT.H"AnnI.A, VISA


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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

-:Rooms fpr Rent by the Day, (Uesk or plonth. ( V

311, 312 North Tarratona Strut, Opposite Union Oepot
0-Teiephone 68.--0
----GEO. WILSON & CO.,.+.--
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. .
FRESH VtGET[ABLES RECIV DIliY. W OLU1 AIIll RlT. "
"at t1"".I Bo.'n"e Pensacola, Florida. ,,.,.
Mt K l lets llelInu llaio. "|t't:r


DUNN'S s


0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Rvsufnr

Afah fach Dai

25C Eacbh


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night
OYSTERS, VI H ANI) GAME OF ALL KINDI. IN HM'A-ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RAT,.TE:-From $l1.<,, to $I.oi p-r Dany. k LODGING :
t.5i: aind 511 S. S.nmth Palaf.ox er et. I'nnse-ra. Vilu Iota 125 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVIL.LE RAILROAD.
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JOHN NICHOLAS'


Restaurant,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
OPPOSITE I'NION I'PicT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night


.W A Complete Stock of Fruits, Nutr, Candies. Cigars and Tobacco
f '%^n .&a i r fn ._M n


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neys active, and the body strong.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900.


MLITf.MOs (1, t"kW.-- -PAPER TOWNS."
FLORiA NEWS' N TKSl Of Interet to Pensaoola's Colored Comptroller Heymolkd ChanLe6 the
Cilizena. Mode of Amellsment. *
Rev. A. J. Kershaw, pastor of Al- Florida has had quite a number of
Jacksonville ',aw a case of small len Chapel, returned to-day from so-called "paper towns," all exploit-
pox. ntd tihe family in which it oc- Washington and will preach to- ed by non-resident speculators, and
cured has beet removed to the morrow, his text being "The King- patronized by the people of other
sanad hill-." for i-olation. 'dom." states, who yielded to the fasciria-
In consequence of the withdrawal Rt-v. S. H. Henry is the new pa-- tion of vivid advertisements and
of J. J. McCatkill of Freeport from
the J. J. MCoa ki. o arttratipt atre tor of St. Joseph A. M. E. church. purchased "lot," without knowing
meit, ao stiik i has occurred at h:- Bishop T. H. Louav will pre-aide their value-or utter lack of value.
mil.e. and the-y are now idVl. at the annual conference- of the A. Besides the speculators no one ever
An ewxclhactn yavs: Paul Leice-ter M. E. Zion church. which will con- gained any benefits from these
Ford. the novelist. has giyen to the vene at Mt Moriah church Feb. 14.: schemes, unless it was the county
New York Public Library what is The colored bu-itnie- and profe-s. officials who were paid for recording
sup s.-d to h- .i t rrst )4,,k rited onal men of this city have already immense numbers of deeds to the
ianFlorida. It i-lMamuel(h ae' .E- i'beilt to plan for their giaftd May worthless lots.
say on the Nature and Pbinciples of bemun tu pt an for tdes digpld May One of the most costly and vexa-
publie-k ('ritin- publi-td at St. demwoniration aidt ds pos ious f-atures of the paper town
Augustine in1,4 which this year it is proposed .hall craze was the enorm)u qtiantity of
Titg*o be o^n a more hlab~orate scale- than extra work imposed upor county as-
The vn.-rahl- Gh-n. J. J. D)iekin-i their successftil lradts pageant last sessors and tax collectors, who were
son of Ocala. was recently injured year. It i.a uidertood that Prof. obged, to aes and collect taxes
by te t..t ot a heavy barn do-r Booker T. Wai-iington of Tu-.kee- on, or sell for unpaid taxes on, in-
upon him. The general, white, full gee. Ala.. who h achieved a na- numerable smalllots,scarcely worth,
of nervone energy and spirit. i tional reputation as ain educator atid in miny Instances, the taxes as-
physically enfeebled by age, and it lecturer, will deliver the oration. sessed. The operations of one of
Is t-eated the consequences of the' Every colored citiz-n of Pensacola these paper town companies located
mishap may re-ult seriously. and Warrington should take an ac- i Cincinnati, the 'St. Andrews
tive interest .i this movement aitd adBa RailroadandMiingompany,
The Grand Ridwo Echo thus rpferg Bave *otyat to the(ol the and y Railroad and Miningcompany,I
t e ttod-rr ha N u-r illutrate to the world the wonderful hae caused so much trouble that the
thoritie-: The new and generous indu-trial progre!.8 the colored citi- state comptroller has issue d a circu-
offer o the L. & N. R R. to allow a zensof Pensacola have niatde. lar through the tx assessor of
refrigerator car to be loaded within The republican on district will thet Wahigton county, declaring that
cantaloupes or fruit at two or mort Fi stlle e~eonai di. tort wll eetwo the plot of iub-division of certain
statonsps on the P & A division. will at d'allahaessge Fel. 8o tt select trwo latd- near St. Andrews bay should
gve a wond.irful imp1tu-, t he tiiconvento to ibe held at Pr.iladl- never have been used in making as-
growth fcantal-ou Grand Ridgp Jue and p-eibly to i -fsnleits, forbidding it- further
ha -o-wti a 1- aIti r in. watdermi loans I ph r. a- i usi., anld notif. ingy all owners of lots
hertfor. but will nw plant mor- int a candidate tfor ct.igre .. and their representatives that their
lar tly1.f itrt,,tl ..p. ti n will I ThIa e wian appreciate ll uiat property calln only be as..ssed here-
pect to, l.l ti*-r 1ri rt ,,f ai -ar -;arli # e Va H. Jord i at t. P l I after in sevf-raltv by turnisi hiii to
allt.itrna+t d.lv liar,1 t1a -| h ; J Wi.il.H. I hu the a.--sar de-cripatt.I th-rea-f by
E. chur n -t- ali'J oulinds, according to the
E.'am ina Lw ,d.v 0! N ...::'. i it, 'I hal, dY-EI-aa-i; fIi y-.ir-. N.' .of d t[I i',,,.,i i tastates .nrvv-' .
m e li ll -.. : t ,- i d'(' o ) r of Odd l'llw- i fi tl it' r tiig l t A dii r, w- I
a Kiitd~ aaiiii- rii.aiA) r,-I0,h, the H y. vi tliEVelit-lit will he -:i1ted
Dy p .p-iia '."air.,. It ;iv ae imllii.-diai. Pe a ;: c ,la atri -:, r .. -,r..er f P all -
r el ,f. 'l ., *el,- i-ll, .< *' i n:rt- tf,. arid l ,r t'. w. i t' a ia i tit.he w nitrs to conte-t in the
rel-T1. 1w r .--I 1r. -. a-nar- f Gran*l 'd 6 -ti. ",t wh.c le u t- th!i right ,, tthe comi trt.ller
velAi- ia.-u! :-. \\ int I. H \ :ir- Notite Randd II .ill ii, i. t l, ke -enl :actin.
Tll. Ailii.. : It ii --'- it". ,otIh-r 1of1lcers and inll:-iti rs r T 1 it i
you i l4 :1 a: t rt.i .t IiI ,i proutd
H arszi-" Pila-inla-, Jr;. -'i ,-P ,.,!d. |- ;,c l, piin'.l. ,*i ir i.in .-i i? < .l-
K< b' nr"d .attornt y fri -i b P'lla ka, wa- 0
vi-it'r h t!i- wli- *t. k.
14, 1 H I. Pl* t i. iTn <-,-I -t ing til ti ,r>. ial :.i.< ,-'t ,',
I l v t ',* , | 1 X. ." e .'.-ti t'i-. el, ,, -l t ". t r; i,- '-. ii.- < t t :i h >lt ln f H ,>f{ tt "r t T i ;I P h
a ll k ii ti ..t i. : ir. I . ,. .t I il t I .. I : ". :- .. . i , Il t a i a a l t'_ i t. I' w ill
v re '- r ,-,-*, :.; a ',l r La. i. a. t t I ' i.. i i tl w k -t..io n a ii T h- Itit-
\ M ,*. *-rI t. 1 t- i- 1 t' ii-ti ,i ,.r Inl i.. -t;la ll,

M _u tt .i ,I: \ 2 "- . I ,1 --' I '' .,i. I ; tI'' , .'1 -* ,,",. Ir ,'*- j- i l Ii ..raa wtI a ll
V 11 I-,I t v >x. I .T, lv I ..II 1 1 ,itl pait--Ii iv oa1. -. I '#n 4 ('.. M i r.nt "r,,l ..f c v-p A) sa .
r ,, to I. 1.. C .'.. d it -% i ra i ,*. l'iat.' I-(venm e ilBi *A
eplf. S.itai v 1) .1 'k .', i st et s
There arf fr, -1, :: t: l fi :-* way i.1 ',' r i i ostetter s
the vine-. h. - ta .'',. 14 Stomach
"2-" """ch ;nBloodIl
I.ha.ve .,,. ,..e.,,,- i. B ooBitters
I h a v f ;a vri r1 -' i~'"' ", --, *, ' ; a .. r[ : ,i i : '' *', ,'
diam onda *: tatt- atail will -**i : .art v; a * ; -
c eap. Call anTlt -+-. J. I. S:,. r 4,i .i 'tl.n 1i '- i. I.. 1 i r' ,. .I. iI Stphons has a larze a.sort-
: \ ,, r. .. .. .;, *,t oif -- li1 St-erlinlg l silve- ian
h-lt. iihi. t I: \- e \ I L N. i..\-. I: K niv*.I K irks aniAl Sp..lou


GREATI .


Sale of Ladies


CHEAPEST


(tlAd


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Children's


~t


T BAT'S exactly what it is! Two Thousand Choice Garments are
read for you Cor4et Covers. Chemises Gowns. Drawers and
Skirts You CANII'T P'SSfIRLY BUY the Cottons and Trimmings for
near the Cost of these Finished Garm,,nts! nId they're made just as
you'd have made them---same care exac-tly.v they'ree ample in every
way; no skimping and at just about half the average wholesale cost.
-Patr -- -- ---


10 Cents.


Think iof


15 Cent


n lC a hbuy wcIl-rnadc


si+Ze ar


a'-j .::JiiZ,,


I -
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li) Clrts.


St~hamonec sar% epportunity our poeop~e hi e never scen.


25 Cents


Lot 4


50 Cents.


The Cioth and


T~i~ a; ~n .'- UW;h I7( 1V rOIIl


..- ; '4 ^ ,7 ." I! T \r !A "* i. '
... / ,, / I -,-. e (
\ ni 't mo.r e t\ n i \ f hletf et. i
i'r"-7' +'ar4t more than e asik for -he complete G!armernt.


Lot 5 P


75 Cents,
Here are goods worth $1.30 to SI.25. and the buyer saves the price of a Dinner.


Lot 6 aBLM



Good enough for a Queen: $2.00 would be the right price for these goods.
r ~ Good enough for a Qeen: 52.00 would be the right price for these goods.


W. J. & B. FORBES.


AMONG 01N


ADV RTiSERS.
A i~n t l.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-
trons Are Prospering

Through Its Fff.ts-A Iteaction Ha,.
Succeeded ihe Lull After i he Holi.
days. anc Businevs is Seeking 1 ho.eI
Who Invite i t Though the Col-
umns ofThe News.
The attention of the idies aif Pet'-
sacola is invited to the new illu4-
trated advertisement of the Iourb .s
department store. offering wonder ful
bargains in a special sale of ladia-
and children's underwear.
A special sale of tin warep i" the
leading feature at Gerson'- hluusa
furnishingstor*. and his new adver-
tisement of prices in detail is sure to
aittact wide attention.
Brawn* r ha- a new advertisement
in this issue of TH E NIws. otTrffing
a loneL li-t of special bargain- in !s, v-
eral departments of his large estat'-
lishliiient.
Be sure to read tihe niew adverti-+--
cinent of \Vai .IJohn-onit & S H -
sid(les new lines of springg iooald- tthei-
i**ter at ii ttr<(cr've li-t lot rar- t,' t
gain- to cloite -iiti-.
Tlie Racket Stre's~ M "ii B iriai. i.
adverti!eii-aent i- still in f, t .'r -. t1l
will be replaced in a few day-. : tio-e wlilo fail to vi-it it will Iil.--
s nlt" il o the It g t in-.
The ILvy- 'nii Cii.'s ri-eat L,ale
Purcla--e i- dwinltlintg aware ial if
you havt't Vet ht--at to -t-e thi- hiir-
gains ,-lihra t.tld ill It it i-t '(tir ( i ii
loss.
(iuL 'entiii hI i-a li)*e-+ -r w -i!
ple.t-ed with tin, re-sul ts a li- ;.id-
ve-rtis-in,-iili ,f peet iil t)a rgailai in
litie i li*d is' aitd chililrait'- -h --
tl;it i ea t -arati i-'i it fr tliet bh li--fit
O)l thu s( who have nt V't '.,k, 11 al -
v;ilila :t-' lo it.


I hel G.':ipt T. T.a-i t' all he iilvo il' I
bv t.ikili.: l, '1. KI.Ltl i Il .hot watt r -w .-.t'-,ll-d, ;t-
well a,. trIy v \t-'!enil .i nl.ii a tilili-., ull
tl ir'- ac ils if are ion -;Inch h,ottl-. A
battle vi thi- Piain-Kaila-r ke-pIt inl tIL,
liiei.e w'.ill prn vailai:ihll,- ntit ,it iyX
Iir tIe (ir.l 'e,. hilt fotr tan i'.it ;ar\
coighli- ; ii(l cIold-. Avld -iih-t'-
tiite-. 1iie-rt- is but ian ,.ain-K miller.
Pe rry 1) avi-'. Pri';. -*. ;aiial .
EMPL11'I.o ti.i up :S2 ,or call -t the ,lo i .
!1 Nr.h Pailafoix -tr, t, whi-ni in
',-eal ,f 1 :at r .rp intor. It. I. lltni.ii..
iti-i A. -n-t oif t. C('.irpaiti.r'-r
aid .liit-r-' I'nin., will furni-l' you
with theA Jesire-il hI 1p ion short n.i
'ice. t,2",tf
Al Lt(M 1) 11VY.
How it waq (t'-eloes*l at Sch"o't No
0o. YeiAterdav
Arbolr D;iy wai l avpr'opri;tly ,,ti
served by public -o.'hial No,. Hi4. In-
-trulctir i-i i.- to ti',- u -e aild >purl'>-e
of the da t werr 1iv'en tiy Air A- K.
S:1era lirii.i>;i I.
ti:n ita- ( t..t'aili '. plh iit'-il ;, rrt --. for \lr-. S
I :-4,tllip i t%. t < ,l lta. tit ll i a|-pt. .:,
i i 1n. 1i4,in I%-" ('I r'-tit .: N ati'rri- in.
i.ai Wl.--li-' I irildha -ihop.
1)l. i,',di l 111iaoiior of Frilita c % iI
i,1 l. t ilic.it.,--Al v to .en ,vi-v' Haill-
In atIk.
I iJrla 'I'llmI'f-*l i' I. (S U'. Sainpey-.
pljol,,i'.1 l te i ,,- ,,,r Juliani i P--' i
i, li-l. i.elt'ic.,trd ti ly N 'vr',I l W'il-
Il'k. A li, l wia' planted l to tihe
iaieii,,rv ,ifI MI- H.-l, lin M. Fisl -r.
.l ,,- ;t4,ri y' -i."-t'h lIv rai' a le l, id-
d o i ,t. "
tr:ti le F ir-Mrs. A K. Suitt-r.
ilane.i'd on tr.ue in iionor of iobf-it
F. L,-4. aidu an',th>er to Adlmiral
Stc-i.ley. I)T d lctiin e -ie-echs were
in id-' li.v EthlI I roi,,tiihton iatld Clihar-
.i"- '1% -r ; 111 .1


A\ Lhouiiand T- hlgues
C('ot not express- the ralptiur-. of
Annie 1 p'" rli, o!"f 112'l. How'ird
-tre-.t, Iliiladelpl ;;,. P.i.. w l, ;I she
itilnd 'hal Ir. Kin,'-a New l)iscov-
a-ay foir C('o -mptio litl eomripletelyt
ciired her oaf a lacking acough that
foi many y'~ar- hid I;lle if a lifa lar-
*I;. A.-ll -)thr reiiiia-e-s and doc-
jar'. ('-tll .-if" Its-r i o, help, I,'tl : t- I
y' .a! t1' I yval C('ir.---"it soon re-
:ii, t d t!iO p.tini in ily cah'i--t talid I
c.ti liriw -i lp -olnl dly. oa't -tlhiil- I
vainl s r;ir<'ly" r, i,+t il,.id oitilz l .fr,.
I f-il i .k- -,ie;:1 lta li -i ; t. tl: -i-
;t.,'*- oh t; -i'-yv .ati- who tri-f lIr. King'- N w
ii-o',V, v ;-;saV t if, ', ,lb: fi. t' i-
:itd $*i ia "I ri:.l hiatthi-- fre i.. \V.
'A, I' Ai-l-l'+'rt*''- D)rtti ,: ao e : e'v ry
hlittl- ~tl;i tiltt :lte d.
I"ARTHtOLOlAY IEi-:lt
Will .-t' 1i thp ta-st with aiily liadl"-
foar purity. sparkle tand f:ivier. Yi
(';ii ,-t 1 it I-.n enzi-l A.rliOni'.A. F'ii-.
i-h ch howd r '.vil; h>e -+-rv-.1 free- to-
il-r.At1. .Mr. AIh- :1j:i .,vir--. ,1i1 ;i-
lt i-tid- i-ld cn-teo- iir- ta) c:-ll ait, l
lp.a tak- oaf the- ff-a-t.
T3 pop-ralblicalC n'mi.
A -pcial mii'-etiniog of pns'ii-tala
, ivld ton Sunda y.la, F-. 4. at 2 p. in.
I. Ma L ..I.LAN. ". J AIDEVINE.I
S-cr,-ta;ry. 'resident
Asitn' i.,n. <'arj<'ntee..
Thai-iel-ber- of r'niiin No 74 are
requested to meet ill joint ses-ioni
with In7 at their hall. corner Palaftx
anid Gieg ry -treets. iMonday night.
February 5:,i. A full attendance of
both unii'aalt. r. q(iired. BHu-ines- of
illiprrta ire.'.

W INK h KW 0 R im Be"
of 4


-DRESS GOODS


HEATING


VAhUES-


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Ulilliam Jolnson & ion.


'EVER IN THE HISTORY OF OUR HOUSEl HAVF W SHOWN
so Complete a Line of Black O(,ods as adorne our slhe-v -, to-day.
l Our sales have been large in thi- Department. owing t t nw fact that
we sell as cheaply as larger cities and save you the freig~ht. The same
may be said as regards other Department.


This Week's Offerings.
43-inch Figured Mohair- for-....................-'-- *- y.ird.
:3 -iuch Henriettas for....................... 2.-' y v~ra1.
4S-inch Henriettas for..........................FAk. -vyar>t
32 inch All Wool Novelty Goods for...........'s i-,a yld.
42-inch Crepons for.............................'.7 y.rdl.
42 inch Silk Crepons for..................... 2.. y3,ai
46-inch Camels' Hair Serges or Chevot. ti to .s' y;irat.
Granite, Empress, Armures, Venetians. Ricillian,
---Gloria and Other Cloths.--e-


0 ..


White Goods.


L"ng Clotl hs...................5 1 2'1. $I e t, 2$.':' .. r piet-.-
4-l-inch Fine Quality lindia liat i-n ........... . lk- v r.I
e-t tirades Niaitamak C theck-- ....... s...- .sid li-
12 Yardnkn Malnaville S ft Fl li-hl liifo te-i-. \%kach
cannott be inatched elsewhuire. for --- - .. 'o,


Millinery Department.
lki 1Ni-zos' Tan Hat- with lQuill-, -pl a -i.il
lr i lRough Straw sailors, -Ipecial....... ..
f .%NMardi ;ra-t MNatt-ri.-: in abiuntdance.


40c t-lec It


, STOVES,


COOKING STOVES

lLL PRICES.

tilliamit obmion & Son.

Nothineso setsofa home A
a.s handsome /'furniftu'e. BARGAINS
Ma[rstont 4 Fiinch hiare an!
iffntm ense st.of A' flor /on to sr- -- I
lect from and theyi/ r'ill sell
it to you fl lon tie (to n,'ea t ie1e.


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Dr Thompson 0- -at,

14.14iki in (1fI). a-f I-%..1v ,fi 14% -'rop r
o II,14'I a -- ;- I ,.,In ru 'i Tr .I .f
A o tici'. -a



Lung Bpt uicK-balsam!rpu


before the public.


$ 000 ; -.-1r. ;a.' -'' ri ''|idt-tr .
$2000 r 'as "" -.. "' -"'I'

2 0 0 0 ;,r. l I---a ai' I . ... ii : ,
$ 0 0- i ... w, ,. ... i ..
o o l- i ". If 1. i? |.a

. i*- I- ,* ,'; I l I ,, .,* ,
$ 400.... .... ..."

$ 50 0 0 h .` : .,i .., r,.-! ... i -

$6000 .. ... .. *, 1-

$7000 t ,
'- i . T ,

i '000 I- i- .
lP O r ' 'i, r .-- i, ...
f-411I *X ll, -.I .14rt - - .I _
80 0 I l p: I *t -a . I A:'
ll' v v v v ;.rai ,- .- ;-. i - i;, a i.
4, i I, i
$ r1 0 '4!1 r 7 1'' 'A Ii .



J. E. Still an Co.,
l'as-t S fd of Pla


All Pulmonary Troa ,lhe asra r.-l;:-\-d .f JiI.o.i. , l .ai.
not entirely curta by thif BaIlIar.
This ii not an ordinary ('ouvh Syrup, hut
brncbial p ti orla Thr,. Lu THE CRUCIFIXION
PRICE. 25 .eart per ottle. OF PHILIP STRONG
Every Bottle Guarante#d.
For sale by W. T. (KEN & Co.,E. .
Druggists, 27 S. Palafox St., PhoLe lorai at c. HOM.i',,,.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA>, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. 7


Mother's Story of Baby's Cure
Of a Most Distressing Humor by the
Cuticura Remedies.
When our haby was a week old, eczema appeared on the top of her
head andi spread all over her scalp, f:ae,
and forehead:l, forming one mass of sores.
You can realize how much shte must have
Suffered, when shie scratched at times till
the blwol ran interminigled with water.
(u r family doctor's' tieatitin't proved,
in iieffe.tual. as the disorder, instead of
abtl atiir, developed more. We tlijiti
sttioplm.d all medical treatment. and coin-
n iit(cedl with ('CUTI, i-" % iEMt imtos. %e
use-dl the CiUTti'o t- Rv.-'Oin.VTr, C( ri-
"S^4 ) < i (-%Ointment, and CI TI UI-: SO4AP. :ill
V^,traes of tie c.zema disappeared, tn'
~'r skiti atln sea:lp were left perfectly clec:ti
E' LC- J (') and smolthi. iand slie was entireiv' eiir*'l.
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Mv y ml t it biyv. nze nil f ve:ir. wat troul'-d withl of it.- I t. ,. -'<,i:>llv ,< n thi ;-r. al ut tA\\,.tit --fiour in :ill. T'hI y were: 1:><)t
Ih'.- i/'" 0t :ti .. i tl c .. talil w omii1 f.-tr V.#r V Ininel'i :iird l4.ectt ; I11-.~
,It-v ,,re \.t\- i:itif'li. Af.\tttr :t'r iny V 'X' ri u,'.- \\ ithi llh cure o t ily
litl" i 'l titlt 4 I Tit itt l;t..M .I l l -. I liil not itMther with tit doctor itn
c'l. 1 .e. tol .V" v Iliit llit 4 I'T 'ICltA tro.atiient whiih eomple'ti'ly tire.sl
hiin in fit r wv*i.-. Mit. E. Il 'TLEIt, 12-i 3.1 Ave.. S. Brooklyn, N. V.

Sleep for Skin-Tortured Babies
V TT r-, T' '. r u M TII n R Iin warm tthli with r TtcIrn lr. nI< a n Ai nelje pl ii-
S 1, 1 1 ; i + { lt It. L' '"It -1" ti -,kt l k m l hi 'r ir -. T i ln- t inl t :t --l -t. ,
S t ; '. I' + + ,:" ,t ; rl -I't), l..r <'l] tl. ;inlo |,. in t- to a iil 1 '>1 1r01i-afifnd'-il
,| it, ,, ,,,' .,| ,' /,!" ,,t t ,,t "li"ii'rnliu j, ,t,'liin i;, litirlli Itl,. ',lin\. ,-,.>1\ dinil!,l.,
S. ,l-ki >.t 'l -,'il. r.s- .i m .w i I,.-- -I hair. t ha'n :*iall 'l I.itl-. -.1-.1 tlir.. ,u li.>,tt
S I . ,, ,.,'tTt IP' r I t t i. V II T %E L. Tn ri sNTr. I'r<'->e. TilE t -4.r, at .1 25
S' l I P' '"l .i I TI Il'-t ti T 'S itit iit't. C r1'+. u':t rr i t Rt:-,i.vr- r..Sin-. P -rrit
l' i M Iin '. i1l i'r t,1 l >- "" i t C u r E x r K iw li o f Il ul o r ," f re e .
~avei- Vour Hair n ith u nrm- -harnpnot of Cr'trn'A POAP, and lIglit drea-.
1 '. i, ,C'< I iA. pur.-t ,> .m .lleh. nts and rpeatest of *kin cure.. "T'liw iimple,
r. fr.-h.rih atrl its 'ell.-tiv e trearmt-nl will ci-ar the ecali) and hair of cru-to,
*,.iL'. Aind daidrutff, so 1>t',- irritated and itching *nrfaes,, *tltmiilate th." hair
j' f.ll,,i,,, supply the rotei with energy and nourishment, aid make the hair grow
S ..- .; .l-an, whoul-.so .e scalp wh.-n, all else falls.


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S Opened t l I, and I -. %i i tiAWn -
I fear that our sea.i n s i ifaftti i.. l mue,i

F .r my pleasant drean. B ;wV d,, tui" U i rLy

"That. lf US b hor tly will hemn thesoup!.


filled with the finest andi fatteit.
'This ,rthoop wa- ePiit out byv Nick
S the jard e choice oysters are
chat is aeslwn- cap hs thau lattr R.


ALiet them bknowy the plate. dozen, litideou-
sir car lwd. Ow'to) the rush il
STha t -elie o I urdert-y will be sinerved atsoup"
I d rf they willday for uight.
filld with te finth an fatte.





now f r sal de or house furnish-ady t
Siaw, .nt his rt/aoura et. Yseen
i e't thih b r the omplete, dozie, theUn
;ldrd, barrel, dray load, waou loadn






on 'ar lonit. t ni t th ruh
' bu-ina-tr that o-rvion of rewultr meal u
Swill be dic ,ily ithur t~f tbe day or night.
DoTt 't b{,i/ a!ythint i,
At'tnIitnre or house farni..h-

.ldfrston Finch's stocc.
Th eor price s are low: their
,tf,'kt is complete, anth whei
u'hi sell //ca whaat yout bank
on lon d time.


T11-liaij- 4 PmIofl-ti'ic I iis-trtmeimmui cito
F-.- mWlit)..o'unmlyI. Fla.. o~'n-:I rs-
Nvard 992 tiftv' d 'lilar- foir tI:e lli--
it V jlj-I 9rjj T..* whi 'a m.Imtml
i. 11k t~ite m-'I 1% I ,iw ll't,.- ir al9

li.~:-. I-w ik- iva i t n-it'm'- int5.

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CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
.tgnaturou 1o


Try 'Hi N ws. 10 cents a week.


MORGAN LEAVES ALABAMA.
I4Uelllll 4to WsliihogIabut the Cai.,
paixn 0 O .a Oe..
MONTGOMERY, Ala. Feb. 1.-Senator
Morgan has been unexpectedly recalled
to Washingtonu. but the hot campaign
in Crenahaw continues unabated. COp
tain Frank Wu:te of Birmingham and
Messrs Graham or Taliadega and
Quarles o: S- ma are doing the fighting
for the senator.
(Governor Johnrton has left for Rus.
seil county and wiil speak in the county
during the remainder of the week. Sena-
tor Boyk.n, fo:meriy of that county,
but now of Etowaa, is understood to be
conducting aus campaign in Russell.
o'ne primaries will be held on Satur.
day. M,-'titers of the legislature and
county flit--rs wiil De nominated on
tnat day, unt the nomination of tat:o
( fliers wi be deferred until the April
cOIl veun T It.
Both tile Morcan and Johnston forces
and htrs on the result are even, with
few tak-.rs.


AN AGeD LADY CREMATED.
.Iitlh'r
GtFr.ENvi I.i, S C. Feb 1 --Mrs. Mil-
dredl ( Montague, so years old, mother
of Dr. A P. Montague, president of
Furman university, was burned to dea ti
.a'- itiLit. While standing with her
lb. -bh ,iiea svera. hbous later from the
i ur!.s.
Mrs. M,:)taizue was a native of Vir-
ginia, a aiemiber t' the renowned
Broidu.s faiilay. 11 *r father was one
of the most distingui-ned preachers in
the south, and her brother is Dr. An-
drew Broadus ot Caroliia county. Va.
Mrs. Montague's home was near Rich.
nwond. Since her son has been presi.
dent of Furman habe has spent part of
each winter here
T.-,chwr anid Pupil Hiurned.
EIlMINGHAM, Ala.. Feb. 1--Near Aid-
rich. Shelby county, while Miss Ethel
Yeack was standing before an opon
crate at a schoolhouse, her clothing
caught fire and the flames enveloped
her. Her teacher. Professor Greek,
rushed to her rescue and after a desper-
ate struggle smothered the fire with his
overcoat. Both teacher and pupil were
terribly burned and the latter may die.


OPERA HOUSE.


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MONAY, fiB.


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W 3d. tiFKTNO WHL FOA. W. ~K. t
Pre-tldeuit ..ice-Presidtit. t
Oh, the kPain of. ...
Rheiimatism! VI" P ~t N ~ti


Rheumatism often causes the most in-
tense suffering. Many have for years

vainly sought relief from this disa.bl'n
disease, and are to-day worse ofi than
ever. Rheumatism is a blood disease,
and Swift's Specific is the only cure. be-
cause it is the only remnidy wh.ch can
rench such deep-sA,:>ted diseases.
A few years ago I wa- tikin with infiammna-
tory Rheumat!sm. whic-h blaca r" s., i::tetr.'-
that I wa. f'or weeks in-r.aLe to a':i::. I tri',
ev( ral p-o-, ;,o t tpiyfi-
c.aMII and t!-" t'h-ir treat-
*nitt fa: ,fuh-. l ut was
us'a:K t.1 ~ t the s::ht-
est rtliwf. :In fact. 'yCon.
ditin si'1f*mrd (t> t row
Won-.0, t ,lK <.Sra:l-P ,!;i ;(aJ
ov',r r .y ,-it:-r .I:-. and
fri, N.v mnl
f. / l i.et fn9 .< r i;t ..d rti'.
0,-I t qn t. i, I f
f-',.:l I (d ciili- to try
8. S ". i.? .fr, mnIo% V.:)- ,:"' to tak<' it. hot otath ,,r +t: ( ;in v. I f.'' ,! t s ini cli t (tt,'r aft. I
tk ,. ttl .. tl .;t 1 c a: ir '. t! a,.:
,,;'.\-. 1 :', tw l m '-. [ vthat I r, ,. 'i ;.-t' *!'..
T e.,'- v i ormo an :nt. f,,r I l.:ia nev r-;nmtr
i: t i oh uhou t:.xti.n m t ,h .''i many
tinmi, sxp.,.,d to dainp and i' i \,. :,'!: "
L;i E\ ,tI Mi. T.ri TELL,
8711 *o-welton Aven'i., l'h all i,1. i!uia.
Don't suffer l.>nttr with t .lituintistn.
Throw aside your ii nis nid lit'.:i Iint-. a.
they can not reach yourtro ml'. l i n'I
experianent with dtictor.--ttheir potasbl
and mtircury will add to your disabil-
ity -nd completely destroy your diges-
tior

S.S.%S!h Blood
will cure perfectly and permanently.
It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and
contains no potash, mercury, or other
mineral. Books mailed free by Swill
Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.


DRINK LION BEER!


EII(lot'se,! by all PhNysiciint4 :i- t ti
Oiily Beer ab-41Autm'ly I nee fr-oim:d
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Geo. Pfeiffer,


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S^W'We draw our own Bills of Excnanwe on Great Britain, Ireland
Germany. France. Austria, Italy, Holland. Spain. Belgium. Russia. Nor
way, Sweden. Denmark and other Eurnpean conxtrie
'B"Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms. and their
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dc-atanation Teu or Fifteen Days
after Vessel Arrives there.
W'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conneetlm
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Us
of Renters.


SOLE AGENT FOR

KENTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT IT5 NAME IMPLIES
E JoHE LA


PETER BEhh,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


- I :A .KER IN-


[VERI THING THAT f l

--IN-
VWisies., Wines, Corials, Beer, ELtc.,
of the Hest and Most Pp.phlar Hrandp.


Jug Trade a Specialty!
Orders Promptly Filled and Satisfactioo
ItuarauteeI.
RemImber the Place*


Bell,


201 East Intendencia Street.
_t


Agent0


P ENS SA CO( LA.
Trv 'it, OuN T a! Hfl ala1Gs.


A. M. AVERY,

IM~ibERAND aJo!ilkitop


BEANSTALK! Kodol Aawrdware,
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooki
LK v (.V : *^ and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
cIoxoru or w rfty: DySpepsia CUre. Agate and Tinware and lousefurnishing Goods.
I \ ;% ..,w . I P..... -.. .


:di ,I hv W'tiealthli41f Mim'Ins'Anid FtT'ct
%% ci;j( l:Iramet -ri zt-Iit li,-5UC~-ce-b


MW itt. iliad. KlIug 4 W"?. M. Iet he
Ifuitird.Tho(il it Thlit' c tt


Prits:$1.0,$1, 75c, 50C and 25C


FIVE NIGHTS:


Digests what you eat.
Itartifilciallydigest sthe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gast ralgia,Cramps,and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt a Co.. Cbicago.
Hargri' Pharmacy, Jmoiu thep
I),rrd.


f eb. 1): T[ESDAY,:rI l I VhchestmresE'us ki~hihDm'.
FE...YROALPILLS
I V (.i-IFA' 8'itlI-i!Nophiglasand 101"YGsule
FA Vu.. R IT'. ita .............'.i..k\
"Djref P saiJ witw~h 1-19- r:, Toke
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Great Speciallies!
ALL THE FAViI:IlT-Eb'


Popn1ar Prics: 10, 20 8a0 30 Ceonf?.

TUESDAY NIGHT.
i4AN IRISH HERO !:'- '
Special Sc.-nery.
i.,dti' fr. ', lI'u.(dFv night if h s(ernpat.i0ed
lVy til, pati :;i-<-"iidt ticket. aits ll siale at
Cuoe s Book tore.






DEMONSTRATOR FOR THE


AIMOnO PACKiN CO.


OF' K4NISAS CITY. 310..


WILIL SERVE LUNCH


A', i "i 1' li U E IN'I'. FI1 I'RTHER
N\' r'i :. H R KOBIECT HIINt Tit
INTluil'' -E THEIR PKOI'(C) T.s
T"I THE CITIZENS OF PENSA-
COLA.--



801 GAHNJ GO.


WINI, HOP& O


-Iimporters and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese

--Fancy Goods,=--
No. 31 South Palar.x Street,.


Laundry Office


PE A(EJLA, FLA


WEEKLY aoCHEDULJ
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TE.MINAl
HAIJLWAY COMPANY.
Trains l-ave Pensacola for the Littl,
3ayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington. Navw
Yard and Fort Harrancas at
4:$ a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15 a.r
10.4)W a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas I 45a.ir
Sin a.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai 1:45 p nr
8::1 p. n. arrive at Fort Barranco ;1:1a5 p in
:15 p. m. arrive at o-t Barrancas 7:|ip u
*:;00 p. m. arrive at t ort BarrancapS :45 p.rr
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for PeODa.
cola at
7:!I a. m. arrive at Pena&eola .... :l16 a. n
11:iiu p. m. arrive at Pentacola ....... ..1:45 p. n
.".40 p. m. arrivee at Pensacola .... :4 n. rr
., IN) p in arriiv"- it Pn-acula 7 .1 i p n)
7:0X p. m. arrive at Pen&acola..... 7.46p n
*8:4, p. min. arrive at Pensacola ......... 9:0 p. n
*M nrdaqs only
In effect lPec. ist, 1I '.
SUNDAY SCHEDrDi.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barranoas
9 a. m. lo a. m.
11 a. m. I m.
1p.m. 2p.m.
Ip.m 3p.m.
8p.m p.m.
p.m 6pin.
6p.m. 4 p.m.
S p.m. p.m.
PARK FOR WErKK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancaaand return 1G
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ..... 5c
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15c
PASS PO u GUDAT
te zacola to Jrt Barraneas Navy
1 ard aad return...... ...... .............. v
Pansacola to Palmetto Beach and
Ofr t -e.---. r -p l,
No freight ved after 3:15 p. m.


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Guns, Pistols and Fishitg Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Itevero OlGan
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rand
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck'- Stoves
and Ranges. Wm. Coups & Co.'a Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's RBeady
Made Railroad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.

THE ORIGINAL


BT. LOUIS


A. B C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sole Wholesaler.

la1 21iiis111, BRINDIES wis111, IIPOi11 Dlu NlluW l
Pail Jones and Ecko Sbrinl Celebrate lTilitl.
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELERY TOiIC.
PHONE 134. : : : : P. 0. IM)X 5"7.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Froe Delivery to Any Part of the City.
WAll orders left at The Office, Vidal & mlth, will be arelufli
attended to.


"E. .E-E3,SE 3S,
0---POPRIETOR OV---

CRONIeS SALOON
0-DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors ad Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPOCTAT-TY.
C,(Anar Ralmort and DoviflIffr- qt. P.NMAC' O LA PLA



WHO IS YOUR TAILOR?


Handsome, Durable ad Fashionable Suitssw
MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
IN THE MOST .TYLIIll ANI AlRTITI-' MANNER BY

N. WEILAND,

CINCINN:TI 7VMERCHANT TAILOR.
No. 204 South Palafox Street. Fisher Building.
-Business Suits, $12.00; Pants, $3.00.--r_


OF PENSA CC,


WM. H. KNO"WLES W. A. P-lOUN I\
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TEE DAILY NEWS:

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Vfts as second -cla'eb ,mat t, r.
E1WVecir: Pit' Hinng.I l-
ft Otftet, U P-6 Ia Ir.
rvBLI14H-11:i BY
THE YEWS PUBLISHING CO.-

T.,mwm-uinvauiably In Advance.
orme Year by Mail I%.
Y'hre Moatbbei
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THE WNEKLY NEWS:
fttltshod every Iridft flto S ;.-1r ~i
74mma4e f r"t.

TELEPHONE NO. 119._ __

ldq~ervt~s'g ftos Furn. Alden Applicaeian.






Tb.. papmto Isan file with the

Illilling. St. Paul, Minn.. where:
&h, dvefft@Ms andotbert ni a-
ea~ueIt e~where estate@ winl be giwe'I.
OPMOm frOSUNAL ADVENTISIINQ

FUWSAOOLA. FT'P. 3. 1900.

IKE Milliian Journal ~riwits th~e
following cutting rCoxxuli.4,ut tupont
the peculiar zattitudi- of ftip republi-
can pr('tertioni-t'- inl enlire-z:
A deciel-lon of C'h itf J wit VMar..hq! Il ha'.
bee ttusad 11 A b l bb tlis I -tath.at the-
Utasted S4tal.'c tnvit-a:-*all I.-r ritory .
wbak b th- mit# d Sttatv'. .',-ivi-ee veiitrow
2his certair. ir anud. thoe !'~ii atIit-a
all Lbe other ia-land-. Bitt it vt..l n~iakll, n
*ifferenre to th. rspubli~aia. Ilador-. it%-
Iag rvjad~asLed ( I i co t -t-Ii 1'1ill ., I..% vvi1
jw. hbelitwp t- e4 e'rrul !i.t-upi-il. .ux I.

TIFF. ,Iiocvh IirgtIr~a1-e(I% vicii'i ti
otiverwkit-lixed a -itiv# r4'irLA S. te V6 ItII,
shame can otily I,#- :iuottid hlit ,
prompflt andiid miliv .x~.'~~a r
b.,th c01,111,411(iig f~oru.-.ft*4a~te---

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couClio-1t11, h 4i-eu taiti1 c '' ;

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i'mIlng'au4f the C.ewil, I Ihi '.a.-


a comnpric$itl'40- t-ill hill 'I ee
g('sted Iby the' r:4,,re A c WI I--i
prflri(i, g, no. n'f.'r;,:. I-, n Ila .i

t--co-lit a err .:e. u tdtr s Ii .-:*.u'. 1 c

zatots to r.-tuistaia 4 co[It I- !I. I .. I. I:e

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Lecavintg em ii puhli".hor :o ,J."CIi
:4sr hit''-welf. by cecwnp.-rlai-m with hit
"a rste.. whutiier, or noct it,* t. ati-..
fied by law for. leigal :tdv'trti4I'.z
are just: and equitable. as the Trle.
Irraplo cfmitnl.e THF NSI_ erulest
tbat even if it were trtae th-it -t!,,II
)egiuaatore create% the ads'errt~i-imr.:
tLe fact should llve thut thod' nit
rTighLtio say what &hall bv paId.'
When Uhe Ie-zislature ortle'r- ii-w
fulrniture vor repairs for public buil,1'


but properly leaves the market to)
control. Publishers, now-a-days.
do not often fix the wages
of the printers who work for
them. but generally comply with
the market rated for sue h la-
bar,. a. adjusted from time to time
by the typographical union; and the
Telegraph itself destroys its own
argument by stating the fact that, in
the case of tax sale advertisement-,
'-double price must be paid for the
settit'g."
The Telegraph concedes that the
price allowed for publishing ti x -ale
advertitemnents i- too low. and ill-
si-ts that the publisher .-hiuld re-
ceive 60 per cent of the commercial
rate for the work." Why not I(lI
per cent? Ic there any reaio)n w hy
the people at large-the state-
-hould pay only half tne I rice indi-
vidual-A pay for the atne,. or sinnaiar,
**-rvice?
REAL ESTATE

rranimfers For Week Ending l'elr.
S, 11":O.
[ Reported for THiNaws byThoa. C. Wat-
*on & Co.. Real Estate Agents. No. I Soiuth
1-alafox street.1
T'hoM.b. Grice and wife to .. J. Hoo)ton: 14
inte're(,t In lots li and 17. block *'1. lteluomit
No. West King tract.;Odi.
Lee lDaniell arid wife to Dora Ann
Thoma&: North 4I ft of Ilts I anid ) l in block
it. PIastl King tract. (-*,'i.
1'. K.I. I)etige alnti O- tee J:lre- Witt-
-eou: lAot. 1 ,)o4 and 24. bilov' 'ic,, We't King
tract. I1:X L
*-nne'tt F. Morris and ite tn ('bCtirl F.
Ktincyuind Lot I and aI- 4 o(t f.e -e :-C t p
it.. r ::' west. S!.
J. M. ('ronia to i). 'W. Mc'Mi'lan l.ot:. tlo
II Mai tracti. to)* .
William Ha'.. T. F. Welle-. andl .. F.
Warrenii to E'caniiloia '. unily El- etri,"
li ht al i li'e'wer i ;. Part- if l,.t- 7 to l i
mlld '1 It, :4. liict'k ;'.. alter rmtli it. l '-.i ,
t4i, -- l> I)$ nl i lii f if,- I- j.St-tjh L.. L -
e'ntn: -7 l.) l t f-t ul lots I land i1 liolnell li
i ;rllcf. S
.lb in M 'l'in' ld to Vi -toria -'. 'Willi;lin--
palI w f t. l itne-r taik i*iitl ..
L. W iliiis ald ife i of .ic lnin Mr"
l ..i i 1. Part of t 'he Turic'r.tiirkt e 'ratil.$
H iit. ii-he-r and wife- !t W K. ilyer. .11..
Ltoit- an i diul 7. block I1. I, i*i. nl tra' t. *7'"i
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"He That s Warm

Thinks All So."


ARRIVED.
Br ss Hannah M Bell. IW., Barnard, St
Vincent to Gulf 'ransil Co
r as. Torino, 117:1, Penaill. Havana to
oulf transit Co
CLEARED.
Nor ss Nordpol, .t4.-%. Stoltz, by Raars.
D uwuody Co fore .BNazaire. w th *'24.;I1
tr. d-aIl '2 .I w a fr timber. 17..502c It hewn
timhier. valued lt 1:3).41l
Nor lik Henrik Ih-en, HI!0, <*abrielsen. b-
W. -. K*-yoer & Co.for huenos Ayres. with
.-)liw.l fIt lumber. valued at ti 8t15.
-tu- bk H iljia ;7., Karl..ani. by Rix M.
Robinson for R'-.tin -. witn 22 1-;7 s ft JuliU-
be'r. valued att 4 litI
Htr. %- I-tiddam, additional eario for tie.-
noa. JIK) 'I bales cotton. 2.444 rd hales cotton.
'7.-.A':t Itis hiopfs,.. O iton- phtioehate rock. l,1.-
4t2 uoak ?tate's, valuc'l at 162.016
AT QIARANTIlXr.
Br brig Alice Bradshaw. 2-i. Hanmmond,
Htivmar. to Rix M 21 olinson
iRu.t .hlp Coilumbus. 17 t. lurcbman. West
Hartlepool. to W 1. Wittieth & 4'o
Nor lk Lady iladys. 12741. Jacobsen, Lon-
don to rensacola Lumber Co

THE 8RIPPIN1G1.

V&M LLIB IN POKM
etaMMIa I
Itr Atbar, I1M. Sullivan. to Gulf Transit
4 o
Br Ardova, Mo01, Smith. to Baar,. lDun-
wody & Co
Bit Dartmoor, 113.8, Bass, to Baars. Dun-
wodxy & Co
Autt Jenny, 14 O. Persech. cld for Trieate
I-pan Leonora. Ilw;, tiustinza, to Gulf
Transit ( o
Nor o Nrdpol, -',42N. Mtoltz.cld for t Naza-
rie
Br Stag. I:J2, IHruce, to Gulf Trantit Co

It Avon. IIl. Schbiafflno. to Rosasco Bro,-
Itus Harrou\dale. 11V7., atterseni, to H1
11 lover
Nor Morrni, 13.T71. Krale, to order
It Vanloo, 1ii;. )livan, to Kubsasco Biros
MA SAIK P
Nor A%-calon, '.l.e, i4ultrandson. to kS lCou
l.u- A iastralia. VI', Flander, to order
It Agostino Torrizano, I11'%. Torrizano
FTrnidad tto order
It Avvenire t'. 77:2, tlragiine. to laars., Dun-
we dy & Co
it Hatlt-tina Madro. 7-2., Sc:eccarana to
IKosBake lros.
It t '-r-antlire. li 1], Co'ta. toB Hars, Iin-
A ody & < oi
Nor Hi enric I benh'l, %'. ihttrielsen. chld for
Hueiimi \vr---
Itus Hilja. .C71. Karlson. cid for Ro-ario
Nor Iutiat. l,.i-. 4i-tlie. cld for l;ueno,< Ayres
It I -ide'.734 S hiattino, 'ld for Livita%-.c-
.'hits, lui>!.
Ner K lIy,**-'.*'. F'reldrek '-en. to Htl- ars. I ni-
wody A C'o
Nor Mairgarethe. ''.i'. l.arsf ii. to W 8
K,-v,-r .en "*o
N'er |)lhin-;nt. !7t. Peder-'n. '*o P'lnpe''ila
Ilcr io
It P'rosp r:!:o,. .t:. Dod i ., to WV i. Wit-
.N i Iilbia, 'r7l. Hali'-.II. tIo i 'e .-a, tli
o,"i nlilln*'i lin! ', llin- 1 -on,. tI ,ri,l,-r
i;,r sui oi-i, .>71, Bctil,-n. t o Hat re, iuln-
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A n i lItie I1 BI:t;lut;r, -",';, Er-k a.i,. to
looIi \ 'l.rritn (tt o
Ami He.ter '7. Alinio. to liil-teor
\itn M:1ar 'v 1. i .,ll 11d l C. -k. to 4N 'Co
fMr 'l!t l l)Irlti e 111, R Itoh.iLt-. tou iast r
r, CL.EAEDl AND 4AIlI.,V) OK 4 it' 1.-
SACOLA.
rST AMNSH`I PM
Fe rcii':a Hr. ..i;,e, Hailbi'rnidge. Hlabtl'II .
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N.", -W~.-'4~I L-AI ic' Pat.'rnn 1 U3
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NAVAI S%")IL#hS MARKET.

i*.p~ir'-d Dl)y for 'Ihe News by






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N ElI')! FTthe cntitaatt, Own-
a ~c Zod o t ez'. r con-iwrnt'*. f the I ,.tl-
~~ inn bk H.'roiaalio, ro- wi~l he r'--
,x':':~e&' ..:':'rigg. ~z' c' ~h. Ts .p.n-tibl., for d tin, ('ufltraiete'.
"~Kc. ~ *. ~ ~y'. Ii the crew of said ~ ~ o-~
*-e- ~-Z- a r; B.-lar-, :.;rVwotlvCO. ati

fcx1 iherth. G--i Hcv.d' bec useNEITH ER Ithp capfat. owner%
noir coni-igneas of the.lHr -.
~ (2,& d~iaLA~f~l-' .itl,l'f-ir debts ieontracted to%


SPECIAL pOTICES. e "Bread is the Staff of Life,
THEREFORE HAVE IT 00S0.



Better thai toe


Oftu OANT 4 VVole.


MIABLE. modest girl, go (I hon.pe-
keeper.r(l.tWi|n would appre'i ate tffT-c-
tionate hu-band and go,-I home SHhr-
wood.'are of Ethrl.eli,13' East fith st reet.
New York. ;i
1 )!.,'1 .

O 0ST-A diamond rinig with iold >irme e-i-
j tint. Return. firreewaid, to Mr M<-
res.o. 1f East

MONE1 T lilsber Buildlng, Patafox atr.-et. jitf

L o*ak negotiated, 6 to 8 per oent
SBlnkley& Daniell. niltitf

SOANR AT LOWEST RATES OV IN-
TERESr C'% ALWAYi Be OBI-
TAINEI) BY PARTIES i4 AVINOtoOO)
SECURITIES hY t'ALLING ON WIr,-
LIAM FISHER, !U Wi aOUTH PALAFOX
STREET r.

F YOU WANT TO BORRO A MONEY
invest money, insure your property, pro.
cureabstracts of title buy or sell rea 'es-
tate, rent property of any description, have
rent coll acted or 3our tax* attend d to,
Coll on or addre-4, Thop. C. Wat-on & Co.,
Real Kstate and Insurance agents. Pensa-
cola, Fla. Charges moderate. "To everyone
who buys a lot from us we will iend money
with which to build a house. Sd-tf
R'Ort AI.A1'!

L'TR SALE-Two six-foot shtow "a'v- with
I tatids. Apply at Koom 3, Fishher build-
ing, up-stairs, Mouth Palilfix street. tfit*
OFOR ALE-One 2-Hor-* Trap in first-
1 clastscoudition. J-. Mcliugli. 2aj-tf
F'oRS.ALE-Ha'ing inte.redl into other
RIusines' reqih i tiv y e'i tire t ine. I will
sell my farmn at nre-tits stiilin. will (or
without stock. Apply at oiuce. At a bar.
gain fio r cash or oni ii ;tilll tiiiit plin. M. t'f
.'umner, gene-ratl de'li\erv, 'enstacoli.

F'O't SAl. -Fift ein iare- in western' -uh-
urbl)'. f*'ii iin. Haylou 4 h ie 4' aill i
.3old on eat-y Lei 1ni. an(il at t bargain. Tho-.
C. Watsoln o. dlilt
LIOR 1ALE-.A clhih't' pie-' tef hti-initi.s
' property on i'alaf,.x street, conltilliii
I'iv ..tir'i, all rei!Itt'i (pilce on o t- il
floor. rAire opp ltuitr:y f1;i ini- treli t.
Fi;l'ier K :il KE tlerAgency. t';Iltt
ll ,~,'\A 1.\ E-Ttne most desirniti' lio I ii t
t.lht y on e y ti-rins, iy the Fi-lh.r
Real .K liatoe AL'eliiy. V. II:tile 'A loii, Maln-
ivr. '2141 iouth Palaf'a x ,treet. 1tlini
-I>A-M -I ..

i A.N I linvo opteli'd tl heir tiillctll a('e till i
it lllijt ary h.i.. lI!r'n'. 'iat."'. \ i
W%'. ln,-riiv mid! l Sitl iiaty f at ;S::.o p. 1il.



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| A hiAV e .I i le' l. -e'kiand St t e'i< I i naf
1 wedldiiii; |rr.-n-lil fromi K li Z/in k Co.
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n AVlIN(i -,cr ,. trlieM *gn,,y 'or thr
now prepanitd to ertc tJ e ir' 'et's on iihu I
noe)t '". (<'io W'X Marlle'. !,2'11 :'!h strr.e.t.
17j1lii'

M. I'"- ( '.
)1o F'. /. K F'A li'et- fo)r vi'llI., piatno.
m atnidolin lin fo --i.irn iingu;i:..' i!i liit<
nt-w tu ini,vi 2 .2 We'-t Holinom it -free-t. .or at
M I- C tW; I Ill..I'- r iiW-, vit.r\ I'l i. P tpt
i.'-~,~n- ,it pui re- d(le tic ; i)(ic n -trn s iiil
onll-.'llln le practice. I llt-f
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M l .l;,S. S ;;li H I- :' I:'l-. --MNit ufactur r
and H -.- h r l l .! i ;r .A ;;. -, lHair O! i. en 4'.. ;*:<.. 4" toverii lliient
S ..'re-*t.


1.11.r A M'* 111 1 -1: hi'it4 4i. NW .
1 i *. ,. r I I e ;: i :i g I )** t i -
lrtrt-- f'lr r,>:ri, r *itu l;>'-'- .1. H ,'w n -
*l) il. p'. p >^. iA!'i: t*frr-. h i!* r. cl C hl.
11SSE LLI-Y. C HI PLI'VY Primary Slie'!
San id titderitarten i- now O r-n fnl
It- nith t-r: !i in th'. re didentce at the eor-
n-r of t'.iltiarl ain .lit.'k-dn i .treets. en-
tranee on .l.ick-so," T*-rmis $2.0,' per month.
'211


St anardr's Big 6led 1, lbest
Patent Flour on the tnu,.r-
ket. Always on hand in
barrels, half barrels, 24
potn d and 1-2 pound sacks :
take no other 'no prizes.
All oth er goods of highest
standard at wholesale and
retail.
NJew Orleans Grocery Co.


.: Cohen, Friedman & Co's
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sI^GI EAT M11 )-WINTER








We will begin from this day, until further no-
tice, 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 DUES.-; O 1)1,, -INKiS AND SATINS.


Big Bargains!

IN TABI.E LINENS. 1I>\V-l NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!





kAg Bargains!
IN E S'l *~II I-:K A\N D B.P 7- 1 1A NTT N F TK I It 1,-;.AN 1) 1,A DI Fi"
FLw- -, AM)

Big Bargains'
I N OURt lENTIRE- \~'FI.I4 MEIE''I 1K1- MA.%MMOTIH MHOF EPIIlART-



Big Bargains!
N MEN -.IONYS' AND) 11 1'\',:- %'l P il Ie U i( MEN.-
~'I I I .A N1) \% I-N 1. 1: N;2 'W\ F'K 1.

Big Barg-ains!






Big llarg siui*-e
IN ('ARVETS. \TIiN;.'V N 1, .l.. ACICE (I TlA UNP
'Wo' Ihave reck vpd dit nt fr~in- Ji:~Japtu oh '.'r-lopidl of Matting;
Handeom"a Car;''-t TI. I :#- I loIiw priv ill -urpri.-e you.
COME AND REE THE GREAT RS-T-W-CTION.

gEAVRemember our Trdel;i'.'eutwiit.. o 'f f J'til ('aittPurchiasema~

YOUIR.-;AN\TIOI A TO PU' X*-E.


e-'COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.K~
C'Mail ()rdpr-" Prouianfly Attt'ndcd To.1"


folually


HOUSEKEEPER


what Gool Flour


is; that is wb)

Housnkcp ers


Prefer (bflisl


Thr Bt!


Fliur.


Lewis Bear & Co., Agents,

Pensacola, Florida.



SL SPETCINLW




SALE OF TINWARE!


h quart Dish Pans..
14 quart Dish Pans..
17-quart Dish Pans..
S'.-quart Dairy ior M l
1-qtuart Dairy or NI
S.. -quart Dairy or Ml
2 4iuart l)airy or .1M
3- (uart Dairy tor NI
4-quart Da)il-y or NI
i -quart Da liry or '%
i qulart l)airy tor N1I
quilart D)airv or .Mo
l -qiuart Pnddinlig or
1'I. qu(Iwrt Pulddin or
2-qilart Pu(Itdi i) or
: quart Puddinn or
4 (liiart Pluditin ,,r
.5-qilart hi,!idirlr or

i q uart I i':,lllfirii' <.
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ilk Pi t i -. 2v
ilk Paim- i
ilk Pa i i -- :;
ilk Pan-- l;
ilk Pia it-..- rf'
ilk *:I;-.....
ilk Pa i i- -T. 'c
('Itik P.4 n :j

('ake Paiis-3c i
C':k. Paiet n e4('
(':ik e I'jitic -ie
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WV ;i li P:t, . . . . . . T .
.- hi ,le \',l l'- I ................. 71.
12 liolt NI ti 1 . .. .. ii
R 't iii ti i f i ........ .


Cake Turners.................... :c
-inch 'Pie PIstes, 2 fail ..... ... c
2 qluart Covered Bucket-........ 5c
3; quiart Covered Hucket ....... T7c
4-quart Cover.d ucket. ....... kIc
2-quart Seamless lUipped Sauce
Pan ....... .................. ,c
F'"u ri:lr*- C.ak 'air-. '!.!-t oize-s.. .'
1-pint Co(etYe D )ripper........... l oc
2-1lint ('. tT.i- rippers....... ... lIc
":-pint I'.Ct-. l)ripipers.......... 21kc
4-pinrt Co(' tI e Dripper-...... ... ".'
ti-ialvi..Z-( Wa~-sh Tlub-, large
-i7." ...... ................... 1;.,r*
!-a.llon Oil Ct.atlS, gla;is .......... . C
;,- ;illa ii Oil C('l-li, .:lva ini/e d.
w ith. f.i. lt .................. a i0.
I ,Lill -St-Il For l';i .... 1. :I 24) a;ill 25e
lli-avv Rtini,. ld \W;i-h hoil-
*I ..... ........... ',-,. :;l nd I ii tWe4
It i ln-i ('C -il ,i l Ib lack ........ l,'I-
S l i1ii., t \l ilk l': -i .... .... ,c.0'
1ti h; rt ;I .% l k P'.ill ....... .... il,
'.-, il i l 110 P AIll............... I
1l |,!' lt' M li k Pi l ........ .... . .)
12 ,l iti Nt .1M % ilk i' ..... ..... "',


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Z'"hange of Life

TbM Women were Helped Through Woman's Great Crisis
by Mrs. Pinkham-AII Middle-Aged Women
Should Read Their Letters.

Nhie. -Yes of aSffe wi
"DEAR NIMR. 'PINKIf'a_1:-% itf n I tirt wrote to 1 'u. I was in Ra verT ad-
condition. I wa,- pas,.si through the change of life, and the doctors said
I hbd blladlt-r andi liver I rouble. I
had suf r l- i for nine 'tears. I l ,ki- s i' i9 n f' 't 'th-
Since I have taken Lvdia E. IPink-
ha's Vegr'etat"le Compoliald.I yI. I
health has impriIoI d vry much.
I willgladly recoimmendiyourrd- I I-
kie to tith-ier and am -tar' llia:it it , l '\ a .
will prove a.s great a l:lW-ssingr to
them a it has to mr lnt. -1-M ,..; l .
KH. Ji .. 9 ii De'Kalbl ve.. Brook-


h"DEAR MR. ;hiNK4- I 1ad
been under treatimnnt faith th.
doctors faor four Yetars. and seemed
tohget no letter. I tshl \ouaglht I xv oou ld
try your mKd 'I>ine. My troIblett was
change of life.i an l I inu., av*' 'at
Inever A .1 'had an t ii! 1 lng; rp Kit' So
much asl.%, !t'a e. kharxu- \'e--
table ( ottamouni. 1l-i-f tartltu aim-stimmediately. Thave better health
vow than I vv.-in lra,. I f4'-1l li- a new .>oiman. twrf'ectl stp ro ng. I give
Lydia I'. [i1K ham lit 4 a(1-11a101:14 all t 'he it' a nd 'a. a nto! not (14)1% ji1t ilt
Your mediine' Kt ft- i ft.n I laai :im- ld' it to (oa'f ai-l f 1 nay
friend'..licin r\.i-'' i '. inad lof i -il s) ffcrinv Si) n ua'la. far Mr-. l'ink-
bham b re1 e i-' t a t' tara:,urc i. i 11.. . l I. | x.ViI. Iriag' atr. Ill.
No wonian i so health but at this cri-is in her life she needs
advice and help from the mlo't Competent source. Mrs. Pink-
ham will advise such wt ome-n \'. it hout char-e on request.
Experienced Great Benefit
pound duri' 1 i!ch aw I *I rin l'aanrt at ibttitttit froin iti usa. -

Mrs. Harrold Relieved of Paln
-Ibad 1 *a til aII; I' ti ,ata l l a I, a c it'1 i Iilat ': uill n r '- feet n ith-

aletp. I triaf- '-ra -- t 'I' 'nta' Iaa'tt'o a lilt'. I r-ad Itft la l La I'.

and am n l e, L 'A'1 : FI I I aaat 2 a linti. lit.
*The ledciine tIh I hi i it I mualitan women of serioL-
feCniale ill. -ain Ii'.i )c f at*iit-'-- siK 1 is
YMWA E. PWKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND


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Attorney General Writes a
W. C. T. U. Officer.

REGARDING CANTEEN LAW


tays *he Pr'rrldlat Is Kanfrelag the
Art Aeearding to Its Keal Meanlng
jW2 gfjg a's Ita i thi Soclety's .1 r.
fular II M.d.fl .1.
N'Ew YORK, Feb. -.-Attornev (eni-
lGregsp, whb has become invo'vei
iL a ciJtrover y with the Womatn i
Chretmau Temoerance union over toe
atiastoee law. has written a caustic
letter to Marga et Dyee Eilhs, supertn-
Sedes-t of legLiblatio for that body.
hbe recently issued a circular urging
members of the union to write to Presi-
de4t McKiniey reminding him of hia
promise to a W. C. T. U committee tp
seoomoader i&e construction of the law,
to se whether the attorney general's
siterprlartions were correct. Attorney
tGripemays:
I**s muach as I assume tuiat you are
n*o willing to disseminate a false s:ate-
mest. and especially with reference to
She p0aidoeal of the United States, I
de is my duty to call your attention
s e fast ttha Lhortlv after the viilt of
..nuI i:stee mic hi refer to. the
'fltelJim alw yo nn d
' T t o So over TlI. m* i a"d
ism Iftr his option. he attorney
gal did so and reported to the pre-.
lasest tbht after a careful consideration
ef he case he was unable to come to
any wcer- Iuioa different from that first
reroj4.
l*PW*6.rmore at tao request of the
prWdeit. the lcga', effect of ie Ipti-
4La:ees tlw was mon iiej^,d by tL prjr-
et rclre'ary ot _r, \'hose d.np. f Is
to suforce the .a.x to htL ex.eun of :'s
legaleff*.e luin that ofil:tr cnua;;>j
i the views aud op .:. n:i rve to t-'
resident by tihe atiorn*-v geneta Lt-
sequeItly. the pe.iiaeat Uhai bee'n eni
forcaS the 'aw ac ori'.tlig t. its rea
measnig as ia: *rp ':.,i to hli:im by Iathd
oflis-ers o:. the t c''t'rni itI-nt ii ) a.e
Caarlged wi:h s -te: 'tte:.:on -u I ea-
foroement
"'I respectfulr euz:.et. th.-re-ore.
lthit you nio ilv your .: -Oar ,'r:er by
isatinE the real .Al ,c %i: Ifl rrase. ndi
tist you take I).AliiS I- F S-' tlOua wAlt-
ever pr .-e Uinita I- l-,rous.u up )ai ihe
ireeident suaal, I pr,-r.-,ur.- .r ~ upna
a true nude:st.liia ni o., O tf. a "cts


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Stic' ..articla,- sh Id 'rb p -d
:x pt ii 1 ,l .] ti i t\ in-;z -Q '," i'.:, I '-puta
It ala' **,a O tinnylaw n t i <'.ia;Irli tlhaey
Contain Mr-Ter.y.
AW n:oi- tiry will s'i-f ly h 'tegtroy tli
*ly llf& a ( .iJ.I-.i1 ll.ll ll ly .(e-



;ilItI r li '. actwlialig r'(tii w li,' i p i tlr-e
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-xvt, .ft itn u"ying i f-all!. 'a tarrl
U 'i ha'b 11re y u ;:t Oiel .i lmne.
lIt Itliy.s interll l, a tlyr dmuli-mi2o ta i-y
wi'l ldo i, tO fol, d to tiJ'h gl d you
*iin po1 siily d<-riv. f1o,, th'^ni.
Hall' ( ';t;.rhl C'ure. 1:..:n;i faicturi'd
IW' 1". J. lC nrlggy & I.. Tol.'do. p 0."'
, 'r l otii ai I r r iid 1 ta k fl
l, a nll' t iil Pis iarf the f be lit.
-yetatil. In buyiin: tall's atanrli
(' lith llre ,r 1 ou 1t. t hl t .- ,,< .iliiii .
it i- tak+'l1 internally and is inal, ini
l',ltdo, Ohio, liy F J. 'li'ln y & Co'.
!','r?(iinosiiitl- fr,'o.
U lr' Sold y IDru i-t-. pi i0 7,-,',
H all'- F.liiialy Pills ar- tile bl -t.


COFFEE'


(YAF FE I;.'.'


I wish thlie general publicly
to A/now that I hare Itscom-
plete a coffee roa'in Mplant
as there is in the state Cool-
er, Store, Separater. Chaff
Blowir, all combined, and
that 1 am prepared to f r'-
nishi ftis delightful bever-
age at prices that fIdef comi-
p itition.
Patronize Julmne Indu.s
tiry -Oar offer of 20 ipound.s
Granulated Siu aar and one
pound of our Choice Mlocha
and .ara Co/f'ee for $1.J30
/til stan ds good.
Er erlthing in the Grocery
ine r at prices that deffy com,-
peti'ion, wholesale and re-

Ae w Orlea s Grocery Co.
1.US.. cll I U(;, Prop.
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"'Aft.-' da.'t'ar- f;tila'd tia tlral' '11a' a f
pIr-llnoi.lni 1 u-ed Oml .Mlilalit-. (',il t
';l t a < d ttirae battil-- o, f it cu('ill-d
i*t'. I 1 :1l-ia tia-a ba'-t r l-'i- dly lion
* at l I -! w 0ql'ipinL(I c* titgi It ctired
ilmy" Lyr; ,i'td 'tit :ii-ati ta tl;t wtirrt
- ia---." w' !1W'- .11. H r-i r'v. l.o :titol l.
P;I. I i- tti h- miilv la*rnll.-. r-'medy
h:l4 t vivP. i illi a.lit t4 Tf-ult (. C'url.
'1***1 i' h- itoliI. .'riaup and throat and
litiiltr iihl*",. It prevpt. (''"llsiitilit-
tionl. Child't-n alway- laik it. Motli
-r- e tiir-e it. H t'irgi.' Pha nimicy.
J.,liu a lheppard. Kahnll .

the 1-9 I a Vie Hm Aftr BW--


IMPERTINENT SIMIANS.
4n UIsperl.-ncr In the 'Ma:nLcy Tem-
Zile of Ce.nnret .
ou Ct.aat-er*:sit~n efortw'r ~i iAto tlja'
mo Iu'I '* .7tial~la'if. 1 ia ~ u'
,-r ~ I'wl.'ulaat.a-IVC, tilt- 11141a,1'o.Ito
L aV t4 ,'' t 'U sal i : 1 c l uia c th a it 41 4 I,'th a t
;11. la sw -titelia'allilt- d~aiuiii, f'- romtt wir
llaliitf'' l Il- I ;ittli-t4-I Ithenisata.Ivas I%
IlMe alt 4EIUI* .laK't). x %xlit a 11 : 1 1 -.1la(a
.14 1. 11'a'*.l 1 1h s .l~itaIka'rt 1,ta if -' xithi-i ja'alu-
11 ~ ~ t' i t- iL.1illiay 'chia/a41 1 Ilt.al tol 114-
ijug ('1i1. pullla'l it folit .111l1grave a ll v ax-
4*0 1tII 4. 4 01116. (of i' i .'Inilaa l k, to lak -., atill
a fterl. e 11:l11:1 i1a;i .a-S4v i.-ral ldatrt'-
atit it liar Jpersi oilitlit -a tion r i i !ljl t14l('i we
jaicko-f tl lj.1 little' laltack at' vwituaal lvsIai
la1 y ijata0 i ?1 ia' lit- : ital lf ilal ~t ivit 1 i t ta ok
sela'rai snu piuhit, :it Its-.
Al thairdl ill saaia'aa -imi ani (a 'atain
fenmiiae. N% ala it) ie., rtt'ql h ':i i aiii l'ait ror
IIi l l-e i S4 jait'jI'a I' I'm ah''-1 ra-aaa i ly iiv illaai-
derK'ti .1 a'I1-0,41 i1111 (I :1 r st:11.':aa IIf I iaa ii .a r( w
ti v in g, 14':111,; a'-a1.1i 4'al i t 14 ):1 1l'oft v il i ia-
*\1.;. t. hetrf. '',a'1lo a t*.fti a d otha l jarlil.t'
Ifii 11lit iod i, timitil a'" aI I-w -i% am sil-
I\-' :1. 11 t:1 Isit w 4 h.4 o *-'' al ill i it-: p ize.'
n i :at I irv I a .: i ii ii I '~ i t [' a-i 4r vi Ii ll-
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E. lBRiCE, M. D
Secretary.


RAILWAY TIES.
'Vinnn'. street railway rsvtem e st
$4IIIr. IM.iMtO. a I it if a estit nta ld thai it
will l.pay for itself ii ten y'iars.
Thi' r'lon:t iof lthe ll'isc.in-.i state rail
raal 'a**n ittlit- it or sl.
N",t inll tl e. i. ail',a rd n ii li'D\a .y ill the
''l,,i Ili I-P,,ir railroad lina pl.nit d n
iarl.a itr:n l o it II:iad n i inu1,l a1;t w i .a.',1%i t;. I. %,-. i lhich i ill !h e 'iVt'rt'h J
I1I f, -l l4n t t;( -
St,,rnm iiail ;a% pati.-.s ti e'r r.te-. t, I'i,!ii
;i rt'l "l i .v >ii i' II it | l" Illi]iI ti t < iI't .
1-1:: seem', iil u-I s i an!l nitily .:; fa, r third,
ltiass. T h t ai i, %'ii illp:iri!,li clitia';i r tta' ii
.charges inll !1 I n .,i ,1t14-..

I'ree Enterrtninmeni.
Their M iti-iit rs' Iiiil )afl .liono. ('.il .
is planning tIo lhuill a; hill. with "a rnal-
ir,. I r1a i) ;n1111 o hivr a',\-'Kiliionvn 'ees. fior
t he use of tHe 1.o ,killI popi.llll:lion of
the city. Thel ih,' ik t'i iiv' free' hl'e
turtles. 'onfert, aial t'i,i1t:rtninrielnt s.-
Munro I lleiornt.
Say Tho-y Werea swlindled.
NEW OKI FANS, Feb. 1 -Several suits
were filed today in the civil c urts by
people who allege there are victims of the
bucket shop firm of Bachellor & Co.
Medical Society. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at
the Board of Health offee at ,
o'clock p. m Tuesday, FO b.1 :;and 27.
Visiting physicians are cordiall-
i'ivited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA., M. D.,
President


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LODGE DIRECT OiY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHX &S.
Pensacola Iia He. No. :sIii a i.fI
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PROFESSIONAL OARP.


Tel-pholr' 7VN". IJod


SHe'worIdsTriumpl! of Mia5tcr Brewing

Only the rigest materials enter ito
It.Tihe process of brewing is co.duct-
ed .ronh first to last witq scrupulous
care by nraster brewers of life-lon
experience. f.' -ina are brews
/ your lad to kqow arid proud to
S introduce a friend to.
Order a ca se

STHE CHRISTIAN C'e4CCi BREWING CO
p l cta CINCINNAT. U.5.A. Qu-aIty o f
UnLmr itc Produa l l uprvft



LE\I B E';ARB & A1 R(.1 1 ,:eh)ale )Dalers. PI'en-eola


Cold Weather
Coming. .
l nr '.Tord iii l I., I '- i i 1 f, ... ,.
i'i. |t .I.li ~ i i ', \, .. i ; ,. $,,; .
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Coal and Wood.


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-JOHN PURDY,'*

Foundry IVIaclhinc Shops,
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Telephone 34-i.


Pensacola, Fla.


n-aleaain kchincry1 Fltings and Supplies for
Stationary maid Ma,'In"AApplication


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DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OrFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store.
&E8IDENOB-400 E. Jaokson Stree


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i:.OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.S~r
Wm. H. Marean, M. D.,

m c2pat--icP Pc an o, We C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Late ofi cala, IFla.,
)ffTerb hbi professional services to the cit.
zens of Pensacola.
Espe'-ial attentionglvin to the tre.attii.xti:
of Chronic Diseaoes and l ianste t,f
Wornen and I'hildtIn.
Tlirtvy 'i *'ir rr:'rntcwe in the Mou tli.
fliff'e Hl .r': .t' a. in. t 1.' In., -2 to 4 p. in.
Rfe.idonee Phoue No.
trent.1laint Buildine-Room 3

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Msonic Temple. Phone 364.
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-:0 --BEERS, ETC., __


II W0 AND GLASS, LA6GE OR SMALL gUIIITIES.


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GENERAL INSRNCEl 1[A' 1 I

GENERAL INSURANCE VF'UL.


Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. jFLA.
'tEPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THI
LEADING( FIRE. LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
(OLASS AND STEAM BoILER IN-
fURANCEK COMPANIES . .. .

tneral Agncts of the Etnitabl,
Life Assurance Society of the
United States.
0 KrtVPON ENCF-i. 1401 UT.UrTv


eM r WITED.
Bea iful Woman and a aited to iy all kiids of Secon0
Handsome HorN appealto every laiu Firmiturs, Urchandise, Ac.
Southerner's Heart. iddru Box 142.
t,, f" ' t u- of.and t nin bc
Sloan's Liniment! THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. North Palafox Street.
Ol68l LIsniII MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
This Liw' eit i- the best atiseptic known.
It ,-l.,vc'v k, a' .Ca-e cr. It ..s MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
Rheiwmatli. Cram, p a dr le ic uden- \volee 4 lture. Violin alid Piano. I,*p.tai
eraliv :i -h t lc 'tI r.orXt r 'sult. xht re system; also tiulttr. Ranij and Mandoli n.
other lini: nt- (,I!. It t! ir 'v in pre,'r- _
ence to aIT, k 'vn i'r -.t tn Ithe r-t'.:rk't. -
externa a 'or at ttanA.-a LacrvbotticiaWar.
r.antu d. F.imJ yVi rV 2e. :; cun4.



.. I I S I r a im I oThey cuein4bou al
y ?aI I- 411 r


WM. J. HALL.


a IA\'N: P:Iw If ISKY'
a~ i I s~tI{NAS'MI.
'a~~~ I; AIN I ('o MIPAN Y M
.1 I LX D BEEl I t -- Ki'- Itz


MAX KLEIN.


HALL & KLEIN,



RETAIL GROCERS,
502-504 BOUT E PALATOX ST.-


X'o18oXib1k.CL 800.


lrTh-, EKxte-i-ivp Il;anr;)'iv-rtntli- I1 (iOur PI tce of Buinesqs now
about completed. give u-t ,'ih.la' t-f'. V-'- iaoarmin-rly Occupied. which 1s
Filled with tne I.Argei-t anJ Mo)~t C jii;)pl-t- aji1I Varied Stock in the Citv.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

SVazwd"'unrs 01 ani Headuarters f.r t0

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Complete Outfits always o hand, vad rlpi'ling de W in tel cstr,.

MOBILE, ALA.


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLCOIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900.


HOME NEWS NOTES

Locoil jfe '--W few Peawaole ~ .momwelp
Patti., ioudp t.-ee',ki aand .ovav; erla.rwrm~
to might: hlqht .r,-eiftvhtkat "olw~ds;
N..rvmum droasperwt 'a rr cerfdvui -,,Ydryeqi-A.;
inu~msm .. leiW241howra
Tue. Tim. HERmM A m K l--J. W Fra-
ter made a sale- (of tsanb.r ya--te-rday
at 17 centa. '1',aa market is active.
Fos PER.fIuni -Cara Wrnib~v. the
colored wom,,n w ho had J C. Kirby.
the furniture ceallectaar. arra--t-d for
trespassing. w i- harro--ated ye sterday
charged with pe4rjury.
GERMAN LUtTH-ERAN CHURCH -
Sunday Pr joaa-l. 4 a. tit. to tit arrow;
German -cervico-. 1(0:31) a. in.; E~ngli~sh
service 7. p. itit utject-. 'Abe [De-
moniac.' J W. Re'inhardt. lpi!A-
ter.
POLIC' i: OuwIC-(bzaly four i-mall
casee wv' do-iesm)ied of iti t te flator'!a
court t l- nortling. of which one-
wsi.da (it(-. arga-d, mipcaantitilied. and
$12 aJj..seJ its tine-i. ili ltit,- other
NEW (i %, PLANT-It. F. Noyes (of
DeFumal~h, Sjrimr- t- '.-scenattacte-d
Witt) t!,-iwatlvr- 4.1,tilt,-ani
the "1- --vv if *a 21-Phghtitac. tyline
gas P1 11,
A -xlo a ~i ;h-A uwaster pipat

and woa .I- it WI--so +- :~wa a '. g.ata
part of t o-)4-0~~-I 1e V II 0(.;la .t I[- Iit.. t i iia- I a 1
and reps iriu:iz at.
CHURCH eOF C( h -.T-('ernt-r of
J acksooti ::.1 A lcvi t ,z- Pra-ac lii tag by
Rev. J. it'. Rw- .!11:5at.4. il.. -ub-
ject, "Toa- l"Ya.-()jwt-aia-r "At 7:311 1p.
Mi., ".iaj-' Vt tiikentita-s-.; I t-.
Caus-e a.. aI'I- C(ae." All ar.. wel-
Come-.
ST. M. 14A-a%-(A ~aI f eif
-Stznd,4%. ti-s.t Ma..' atit 7a.in.-ac-
soiud MN''. awl -ornioti Ht Ili a. inl..
(Cbteetil-'it a .t a 8 .). in .jeanr rd
bonedict oil of 4 p.in.. wo-o-k.day
Matte- at #3:i.Noat~d7 a. tit. Jas..1;.
McCatf-rty. re-ctor.
Tiv Ma ou% r:a %'. SMITH-A tele-
gram wa-t rese-ara'd thia; mitrtalig Liv
Comin-a-lore Ba~zzell front Ca ptaini
Frank Dunis. dated at Plailadelpiaaa.
announcing (iei arri A of the Soul-
merti N. %.atftta at that port, after a
difficult lim,.4Cn 4P 1 a an4tiolu
in the D-1 swmrf- rivir.
AT llit (;11,1L i \NKs
briscli t m* t -a t wot t aea,,art- j t;-t rig lii
for golf. .4 t is, hilk atre. w-1 I-at -
Of playe.t -a.-aii-n ti. tdtilg-
sna e- .;t~* uit 111 %- a1) tl.at -11110.-

III#-t'-.z 4( (i 4tvl, ..tit( '40'AIwi
cul.- aLi~-rcI,, .Itat.ii ~tk


iflvite-o '*- n, ictiti-Ina

A Si ., a Nw t iat t 1i.
(Lhiple-y aa~.-. -c~l'eea'l-tta d
istid j. .*-i.. lt4jj 1~ f 111,-

the cers-sre e:a I v1.#-11 i -d f4ar thie- :ftv-z-
na5(lflof 1- *"ataet 1l.4i-, .(s,_1 t,,,a12 't
Wh le ti 41 at .-.- 1 d-a .Itfz~atd fill
Vii' it' .f-rd"4iiitlt~k'ii tandtita-
Vit" 11" s Ia s Il' s k--afarn.
A Ni.- '~'e-e--, c
Kenz,*' s rIaa!& (Ca.)r.--i auIa-
IiAW -c4o' le I 'ai-t of t i hr
new Un atIi tn laulUl which ttile.(ia-


Mecnuita--i Naaa.IAx thurNMc'(ounneall
of thit. cii' ina-t. r weal kitI All of thle
district acuil.K a.ighrs aa#f Laiiaa.
is to b,- Er.. -ive hl--ar-tlaamg%-
This new' I -turvai4i-tic e S'tittire-4huhatll
be reAd1t. A! t tianic laboalr n:.'ti.
CR IMi N AL teal I.i-Iaa t114- crint-
inial cour- e'Jarv' re-turtit-d a v~. r-
dict of u.,( ct4.Ps' in !I-.#- ca-a -oaf Dii-
vid Mori-'. tric-ti ye-~erday. charged
with emnbpavlentoltit. Jor ry Dena-
iiing. etiarizood with aprwroa'ated a--
sault. wtasj-o'it ial was bo-gaawa ye,-ten-
day 'vet-maog. wi- zcquitti-d. FlTh
tizIa(Of W 'i llaaao-4.dsitlt With. iii-
tent to tliodrd -t c immitted ial t tit-
pCer-a't 0. 1' -Kit k Laid iia'tit Fh
wtataari in Apri l a-t. w v; begKuz. Tlhe
dafezidaaw .4appie, r'el i~thaaut e'.'n-
-'-.P vt-' caatid listed ;#-i- owi t i-? ''o *.
TIh#- jurs tfor -.,Kt wet-k i- e-t..l :
l~re t-Iia. W. 1 *t IIIAatIII-. I' W.


'UI'e-r*- I- q.4isa.t.-Ztator imedivictza :.- !thti
babiest.- a bamibt-rltitam ''.Iag~l
pt~tpup: Aitie-11a.:tial cm, tnaka-at-i
a 144%!. ae1'1 t 4 W I t I111A %I h !,ia- a Id (I II 1.1
Chaidte-fl. j11 atuevilk-v ctr t heir
COU&'a iiee1lc.Ir-'.ealtPI'-u-

in tena o f I lm-.iaid- 4fe iA!f -.is-swithii-
out a -i .e U do --. far a?. we hav'-e-
beenala.t -:0tn It ti-it -only uro-z
croup. bua t %% bIii -ti :Eve-i a i- -taitaa- the
the act( i. i. ct- 4)ef m'tsaa'pizr.,
coact! 1 vt'-teigi attls


Quinn, Alex. McKinnon, J. F.
Mills, Charles Fisher, C. H. Dish-
man, F. W. Wood. E. R. Bowman,
W. A. Bowman.
NEW MAIL Boxzs-New boxes
have been placed at the corner of
Wright and Alcaniz streets and at
the corner of Gadsden and Hayne
streets.
'PREADIiNG Oi'T-Contractor C. H.
Turner is to-day shipping on the
-te-amer Torino to Havana. about
:41.<100 feet of lumber and 70 000 shin-
gles. to be used in the con-ruction of
born, packing houses and servants'
|quarters on a lart or llwre grove
,oar Havana, belonging to Mr. B. F.
Hake. of Omaha. No-b., for which
Mr. Turner has the contract. Ho-
Ias also contracterl to erect a num-
her of resid-nee.si in the samn v.cin-
ity. Thu- Pensace 1 indus-tie.- are
spre-ading out ucriss the war- rs to
tne other coun ries of the world.
COMMANDANT( IA WHARF Prt,-
gresa has been slow in the work on
the Commandancia street haif.
owing to delay in receipt of piling
from the cra-osoting works. They
are now arriving in small lots and
one of the great pile drivers is at
work. One of the main tracks ha-
b*-in laid, on immense timbers, to
tte present terminus of the whltr',
enabling the nil ng to be deliver.-i.
at the place where they are to be
driven. All of the framing machin-
ery liai b--.-n installed in the old
Piaggaeo mill building, to which a
lie-avy sliding way for delivering
limber, i- beinier c mtruct d.
MAPDI mittee,"of which Collector l'Alem-
Ie-rte its chairman, reported fair pro-
gress in the collection of funds for
tha. comlinig fe-tivitia-s, at :a largely
attended meeting of the Cle-rks'
union hel-d last night. A committ-ee
io! costumes was appointed, who
will leave to day foir Mobile, and
may po-sibly visit New Orleamin, in
the perloruiatce of their dutie-.
The work onil the fl'a's is progre-.s-
ing we.I. and only hoine labor is enm-
ployed in their construction. A lit-
tle more liberality on the part l'e imerchantii. f r whose ben,--
fit the ,-nterprise ha been mor,.
particularly designed, will he
healtily appreciated by the union
and its representatives.
An Editor's Life Savedyh Chim lie-r-
lain' Coaiugh Iteniedy.
D.arin;. the early part of (Octobe-r.
ls'.1 I contracted a ha 1 cold whic!i
-pt, l-d **,l Iy luntigS ;tll(! was nlet:-
l-ct(Il iunti! I feared tIhat consumlp-
tiin h:ial appeared in lan incilpic t
-tat.'. I wis- con-itantly c(outlliilul
(1 t i-.%il tii. xt t-l . iin.vlhiing w )i 11
I .. .iil ti-it. I *I-catiii ali ii .i a II
*It*' i xtti' i t i ta. le i tl ( toa a t:i 1
ai tl.. : t a; libo tl- e of C h lilatil-a ii -
S* Rt..&i j' .*ii-d i'Ai, thi ivw-utlt w -
;',i.!' ii,;- illip roq vt.- l it al dl *ifz, r
I I' n-a-Ii tlt e- Ibottl- l- my l n,-v
I t l~l>\' A.*;:>-. Pih i li-dtlr,, t.,
R-vi.-w, \\W y;tt. Il1. |".F r -t|.,- Iy"
t:.:tiil H<>,,- "LI S. 1.t,1laf,-x -tip-e.
.T r I-;'trNI -; .A itONA'-
Y**'1 will tite- it:;iy call for in pl l iinE or i :xl-d
diilik-. and li.- ka-eps Doaitfvy's Malt
WVi-kfey. Barthol.ililay b-l)r and all
the b.-st hrands ot wwin -; and liquor-.
.,!in -irr. Po-e?.yvillp. lid .-ays:
SI Evv-r used ati thia ata- i as
(Ili#- %filmitte C'o ; i <('tire+'. W\V are
iK'ver witltout it." <'iickly breakss
ilp colluhl- and aolds. ('ures all
throat and itelii troubles. It- # na-
will prevent consumption. Plea-ajnt
io take. Harris' Planarmacy, Jol.ai
Sheppard. S. Kahn.
I'. tvler gWorkL, Ilplo '!e
-unater- k'owdar ('.**.'- entire works
e'xpal, d this. ntoriing. Only lonely
mtian was killed., but several were in-
jured.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup wIll prove a
quack and sure cure f.'r croup. Mother-.
' tth n y" ir chlldr.n are at( lii,'kad with th ti
.4-...... e' ..s U t~t. a u. ... .... .... ta..... .U .... t~it


KIDNEY,,LIVER'
AND BOWELS '11.

CLEANSES THE 5VSTEm I



OVECOES ~~V.Hit

hABITUAL oN1STIIFATIoN wl
PERMANENTLYHt
'tS~ o Gerfe~CTs. wl
'InICIAL r' Ha
BUY THE CG~i~m t E- MAN P D 6Y
CALIW.NlAIiGSYI~Ryf
fft 34I VAL& ~ uOXftIM J AS~aT OuL PER BT&hL


Get

W
GI2,


H. J. SCHP ITZ,
THE POPULAR


RBIAO ANDCM BlR ,p"
IS E TABLI HI) AT
207 south B .yl n St,
liaind is ipi-'ard to In e *.,ip li orders fr


Bread a qd Q Res Ki
Al SH4Nfl NOIE. 4~ $

For'S'ale K id

'ill 1'-! p ich(al11 /new,, to- r


deher ivitli tu.,,i-s -(Wfhij


&Stowve/ll.11f th illery. 11(-'
Mteity tt. en ty-/ic'c to t Iu-ty,
thousand, fed pr day.
Bargain iW rir.!ht./)r.-
(Nq-ner onp. owit Of m,'ui- In


f'ac.furifn bxite.'.vs reason
for sellin-t. For tparticut-
lars ivi ite.
/ lj-" LEE AdN7IELL.


HEMB.G B O8. g9co
.ll~lS~fm l.

tW& E0ii**i


Palafox Street.


Perisacrila.


Florida.


'~~Ib ~ T


e For Pensacoia
uyers to Buy

Ace Family


THE


CO.


POU


GROCERIES 5l9-511 P|A[fX S.
-IS AT-
The Well-Known.


Up-to-Date


Store


IEflTZ & CO.,

S --120-122-0s
E. Government street,
TELEPHONE 261.


orth 75, . now 0. 5
nd-sewed Kid S-pring H.-el But
tim b. 11.
north $1.E00, now $1.00. Not all well -dressed
.ud-sewed Kid Spring Heel Lace, men aredressed by
north $1.50, now $1.00. men arc dressed by
The Royal Tailors,
MenUll s ueipariment. CHICAGO, U, S. A..
unine Dong. Itutton and Lac-
Shoes, 12-2, but all men dressed by
north $1.50, now $1.00. The Royal Tailors are
tiline Vici Kid BHtton and Lace well-dressed men.
Shoes, 12-2,
north $2.00, now $1.50. And it's done at a
j cost which means a
Ii saving of at least one-
Ladies'V ue1tp m1 ,. thUird as compared
1 Spring Heel Button and ltcc with the average tail-
tho 3e.-, : S.,
door's prices.
00, $1.25, $1 50, $1 75 an. $2 00.s p
Thl.-v nr,.wx-r t h. :"., 11r We cAn illiW youi
I Heel N'Httoti aid, Lftia'e also \ quali'i~ andp.i:zsthat
Cloth Top il. Black and Tan.
3m $100 to $3.50. wii
1 D. 8 i MIYERO. '
Special Bargain! &o .M--?
\ lot of Finl Ladies'Sho.-. (in':iiti iakr re lari i ".i I .l '- i i. ..
anld $4 iI a pair. n aa now only $1.5'' Si.. ,ai atin -.
W e olly hAve tht"i in *2- iand :l. N,-w .Leiin oft iat-, aps ari -'lan i-I I
and C aild 1) width-. that i' why derwear .lust received.
we sell tt'.ei so cheap. 33 South Palafox Street,


F'v ,l .-oir NoneIt f (ti(- First .Natinonal lia


GRAND SAhE


OF


GENIS'


FURNISHINIC


-FOR--


10


DAYS!


The


to


4,
l


Lobe


Purchase


Now


Being


Madam Atelier's

Magic Youth. riOWll


*.j m ;p I.~
Haaad--a-ewed Via' i hd Shoee-.;art- THE MOT PERFF.CT COMPLEXIONI
(IaI-1l tee ally $4.101 shoti.' ittll ~ t r ~ryr ~ T ~~~i y
l.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~AT~P TV t rY'-Mljj iiTyIrWitra~~ar


I U-.
P i~e73 ('entslp.1taoale'.
W. T'. GREEN & CO,
lea uggist


lliofirf :.3.


U I)On the



Market


u *tit Yuu d | *. ou van s dpelndt in tins
marv'elotus rei"i1%d.. It neer falls to cure
sit micle. Pr'a iric-
6
.X.E. BRAWNER'S* eal
POLITICAL ANNOUNCIEr. 6t-rl
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F401 herf-t.M


I liera-by unnfouahc.- tilygef a% a essndaidatts-
fior I t~1ifi.; to tt t by 0114,of %ha'rIif 4 at l.,-
esrubia v(outlit Flo~riale. and heal ivi t h.- hut-
I ratz. s atld hat e-syt of all illy %f; 1-us

I:er-antfllimince my%@-It a candidates fro
..qz-t o 'i ESsitttla County at the O1A~UILlg
.-leLOI.J .C. VAN P K..r
V4 sr Vl.s-uL oft afeeCareutt (inurit.
I hie-reeby announce myself as a candidate
foar ro--ela-cton ar clerk of the circuit court
if Eqcambaal. county at tb@ ..nauing Pleoct ion
.maid ask tbe supjxprt of tit" voters
A. M. MC M ILI AN
Vow Tax quell t~sir.
I It-rebw a aanlute"-nin' -+-IIf it,.a 'finidai+t
.)r re-o a*etion aa'Tax C' It-vto'r atit.cala
,'iva v.au itv. itind ask t ho- !.tppirt tfit it
'rit'iadw and vote-rs gre-traliI.
A. H. IP'ALF.l;II iCTV.
t tor Tax VCoseI-tuo..
1 tit many friend- of Judge W. B. laanifa
haring contained his CcaDnant hereby met-
nonn-eo him am a candidate' for Taus Calte'cteir
(of Kweambia county at tbeensuinM -le-cti4e..
MANT V1-94.ra
Vo ew chillI fs~aperintion-i Pst
I Ilerel.' ati noutul4e i- iii eIf a envid ada afil
Itilperifltenido-nt iauf i-ublivI n-t rU4 lieu 4'ti
I' -earnboiat e'unt% and &%k I ht- stipj ort,44! aa*
fri.-nd.. and l,)ter. gewn-rzaliv. ..1.
It

FLETCHER'-


Electro-Magnetic

kIIIIMEI4T..4..


Cxxrom '*-
RHEUMATISM.
SPRAINS.
CONTUSIONS.
i;!d alnl i til .:itu d a on tuitions ofl the ily.
inr-llply i : i it t in-ltantly coltr l i'ramtiip.-.
4 oli'atind all kindred ailian-nt-.


ii.2eilbi1' nC ealot c


STOCK-TAKING


SALE RHalf Price

Underwear.


CONTINUES THROUGHOUT rE WEEK!


TDese oods are all tlis Sea5og's


Buyiqg


arod


will be Uploaded


$9 Below fMargufaeturers' priecs


21 doz Infanit.' and lt'hlhlren'- Half
Wool I'n Idrshirt-. regulartle4 value-
lie ale, lziadea'. Menl's anld ('iilllr-,n'-
RBack a nd Tanl Full e-alinl -. Ho,-',
re-gular 12 .2 goods, for til ,tlea-
:. half wool filled. re u-.ular -* ,-ellei,
for tnis .ala. per yard


i)5c in 'ro-looi. All W ,iatl l-aled. -ilk a '. '. .I .- 'I I I t- i- l ti 'i. r 22,
63C W arp. S ')e an nd $2 -*-sll-r. for thi I 1 0 t.. -i.-. r a iiai ; ,, ai.'.
salt- per yard $1.,'. andl 1.UU


8 D t~ac- i'ark I'-rcaa-. V i'''* a-
te~r astrul

'I'. .k t i ai,,t i t.- 'ea th" A' a-- yital


-rI-inch Mlack anad -ir.-d li-1t.'I ell.
tAo% e-, p" rty m.d ......27t r r, at % alu.- L1,-!. flap R-a'


:;.-l i-nCth binak aridal I' 'ir,'-- li-a -'t t.
alil w ool tillinK, r.f.;uii '" .-* c **,!
i-.ll-r. for this ale. p-.r ytr
i-itx-tl H niiri .: tea. hlna k in.'. il;
tw l, il lil'-d aid -ilk a rp. it-it lti"
7t' a nd ,Im S-tl-r. fper
yard. 58 t'A
:-'- i.h tr.t' r" ('h -a li ii i m r
l:c *- lit r. fo r this -toit. o : .% ;'rc.


Hosiery,


at aod Handkerchiefs,

Shirts,


Suspenders,


(I' vi A -~-.-orr Ted H.- -t%'v'FI#-he.' r* I',eita.-
miui i W ioti Mi x e1 ed ro- wtaIit r a tnfl17',(- i
th.- o 45cNeckwear, MX


,;tr .-: i % -r t', -Iat.I r .
8- -- '- 'I ni.- ''e tl .- rn 41

20C re. b is ae. p. i-.


1.-,t .41.)./ iiid s lo. i le iaiiiwill It '- t
41c xiew ro-eidar 'a' 0011%..feemi .


-i--pci Ht..'a1 1.1-- aitsct.,- .~n


70C


39-


at less than


Cost of


Manufacture.


30,,,


12c -t''at 45eL A--t- hrat atr:i tw low ii


Remember the Place,


-m -m6 -meAmR


,~


,, 105 S. Palafox Street, u O

* mms m nm -. I I


-a


I GUG[EH[EI TH[


:Great P a


'Bargain Chc
vfS^ ^B


Shoe


Sale !--


children's [Ipartment.
ntd-scweJ Frt.cl, Kid Tiif nts'
But on, 2 5,
north 75c. now 50c.
lid-sewed Freiich Kid Infants'
Button,
north $1.00, now 75c.
nid-- ewed Kid Spring Heel Button


Our Men's Department
a I eat ;ilVii -tell( in ti lown will
S1tt'-a eil ;e vml at a nd1i v tne-
iai.st coillortfhIle fit and gniperal
.a t i- fact .o I.


Kinivdly "oliieting your patroiiage.
I remain your- to plea- e.
I-:$ Gugenheim.

Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ragy at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.


p


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I


Pall-iftwx St.


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