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VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


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


J 8IERS ATTACK


STERKSTROOM.


But Gatacre's Forces Drove
Them Back.


1 I' %I-sI -1 Mad a d 'ciint li. Attack-
s1n1 Peihock -lhelled bi trk-torot o1i
It li Thlree tis u,.- -hasel A%%a.,
i, i.atiarT 1 ;al kraine Itilgg More S'cure.
.. I-.F e- 1 hli re-olrt;-d "i t-
; tk y,--t. rday vy i .,er- 01, l'Peih hok
,\. e-d t.e ,e ''oitly a fea t. Their inai n
Stt.tt-k ideve-lopeil late- t iiAnd w di-
r e--t*-d ;t: lii -'. te-k-troaiii.
T h 8 tt ...!-. \ i:'. thi l ... -' mit -h-. -t lled
i i :- J M ri' -l ;. ,-i;i*,li .tii -'Dtrt, 4 to,
.Id v a lt '>-. b iut eI t. ; 1 ( I tl Cl ri-'t !] <1
roliforte-' it- t"o tt troiat ,Tl '
KBesr- retre-ated. th Briti-hi c:av a,
I l (llr-l -t of, t1ill- l.
O v-r i lilf of tl- H ....r tr.o ;p- w, r.
liativ T i+'-.y ht-ld on 11 until ,':
Briti-ht r-ich-d ttih* too, 4f tiie K,"p.-
theti le-d.
Advieo- fr tin St[e:irmiati c(ti:i;'
1say thatu !h II, iti-di p -ltiloli at Vatai
K rain- r: ..- ..,- t*.-n iitde ores--
cure.
Tii- H ;: ii-l] IfItif iItry :idvaitced
rileosi.. tt,. rild., ye- e '->lty. drivitig
the t -.-***- hetfer- tiu-iiti.
\"VaAl Krait- rni. e o-ri- a o:ititi taa-
ti.ton of Hitikf-nte-iii laiiag anld l- i-v-
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wP re ,-cot't.di t>ha.k to tihe -.-oit,'
jail. whier- tth-y will waitl a tl ;.at I -
Ilr t!e Ucr r ina' 1 1 ,,it .
il,-nuarkable Ia.Cu-e.
Mr'. Micihai-l Curtaia;. PIl.1ifle-id .
Ill.. make- tlih- taiteme-nt that -ht!
caught -'*Id. which ti-ttled oin .,t.
lungri: t-hI- wa- tre-ateit for :1 enioiti
by h-r t.illy phy-i- iatl. htllt reww
wor.,. lfe to1 tih,.r -.ht- wA- :i alip.-
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Di bought it i>attl atid tto e her dell-li. ,
fou niti h.er-elf oi-nti-tdI fromi fir-t
done .'ati- te-r taktl, i: -ix tI-ttl,-. fotinti ne-rn-tlf
sotniltiil d .-iw l. notw l,.e- ht- r l owi,
liu-.- w-,rk ',I i- :a- w,-ll a- -lie e-v..r
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hauled off. She draw- twelve fte t
of water.
LI.e tug Germn of ('arrabelle is at
work on lihr and tthe '.. E. einp-oni
wiil probably l,ave thi?- afternoon to
a-i- t her.
EMPI' lYMWNT (OFOLE.
Ring up 3z2 or call at the offil e.
11 North I'alafox street. when itii
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
Iiu-iness Airent of the Carpenter'-
and Joiners' Union, will I urni,-l you,
with tlie desired help on l-hort 110-
tiC 112btft

PENSION FRAUD CHARGED.
Conf-derat-ts Waint Certfiu Names
l.k 11 e r. In the List.
AU'GrS.TA, Ga., Feb 7.-At the regu-
lar meeting of the confederate survivors
last night there was a spirited disicus-
sion over tl.e pension rolls of the state
and it was openly charged that names
are upon the roll that have no right
there, and that men are drawing pen-
sions Irom the state of Georgia who
never served in the confederate army.
A resolution was passed ordering the
matter to be brought up before thestate
convention of veteraus, and requesting
that the pension roils be submitted to
thi confederate survivors camps to be
investigated and revised.
It was argued that this ought to be
done. not simply to rid the list or frauds,
tut because they were taking pensions
which ought to go to deserving aurvi-
v ,re who can now get nothing because
tue appropriation is fu l expended.
I)"politton Nw ePost p einrd.
PFrti'o. Feb. 7 -It is generally b9.
.ievei ihxt the doWager empress will
not attempt the formal deposition of the
empilaror at tue present moment, though
tlat this wa her first intention there is
little rocum o doubt. It is gathered
from creditable Cuimese sources that the
dowager intein ied to carry out her plans
during the tirst days of the new year.
Everything had been prepared for tne
C('u ). hut ;at the la tL moment repre-
etitations were made to her that such a
ceure proua.iiy wouil create serious
oli't'-Iition in toie sou i, and ti is In-
Cu ei .l r to ttmt rari.y a',Ji'lou her

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I.ti'n CughItRemedy
I i i: '' ir! ; rt oCf )ctiber,
i c ,:,r to< t-l : t ,I I C !(d w hic')
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t I w i-' c nl-t:tmilly c')ciiL'liing
l!'! Vi y!1%t:r t, 4'X;>t'l -olll l1ott ii-' w hicht
.i '. "' 't, I ti ib )-ii.| tl '.i d ;and
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,.'-! t :t I, : .. of ('C haltllll.rlailn'
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l.'* I." l' -t,>lt' ite .1 tb tht-eir I,'- ai.[l "v -it ;, '.
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l{-vi- w 'yialtt. Ill. I -, e t-by
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IL *tak- ,l -i sk. r, % 'w .-II,(l.
t'niil .,. I'Fb. 7 -():ie housana men
save j.uiie'i tho ranks of the striking
work;uen nicie elinc. yesterday. It is
-timnutted that 3l.IOOU r'nmhers of the
Lul.iug 'radem Council. in protest
'%-ar' Contriretor4' C('ncil. are tnow out and
.tur t.Arcrt ...-c mat br Monday
Mno entire mniermbership of tue council.
numilee'it"-' 4-).OuO. will be out and that
iuimitnl ,t1rations in Citicaio con-
iro..eii y c.,utrac-ors will be tied up.
ls-I': tio Ar- Oriav.- ) Out.
M1 Ali.A F-b 7.-The insurgents have
t-eu driven out o: Lega:,pt. on Aibay
La.-v, province of Albay. The rebels of
l'ayanas province were conveying some
3x 0 Stani-n i.ri.ouers to Libmanan. and
3l air.viui there the, prisoners, ex-
uausted and starved, revolted aL.l disg-
per-ed their gnauris w ti stones and
,.ub. They al.o captured a few rifles
and barricaded themselves at Libmanan,
were they are awaiting the arrival of
Amesiican troops.
Itry., I vi.i-I 4 o ntsir-lch.
RAI .IUH. Feb. I.-F M S;umons.
chairman of the liebim bcratic tate execu-
tive committee, and National Commit-
teem iin Danieis today extended an invi.
.ition to W J. bryan to speak here
lun-ssaay nint. T'lney believe he wiil
a'-rept. as he speaks in Richmond Mun-
day nignt.
.1 hision si i (Good >pilrlts.
M ,,Mn aKv. A:a.. Febl 7.-Gov.
tra, Joh.iston has returned to the city
auli i- ;n K.oid spirits over the result of
uis canvas so far. He says that he is
certa.ii t, it elected United m*ates sen-
ator tv tLe i.ixt le'is.ature.
elatl-i.i li.>l) A, <|ii slet-i.
Fi t ,E. i. Ala.. Feb 7 -The pre-
iliaiinia'ry tritl of Marsiial tiylie, who
was arrested in connection with the
murder ot 'robate Judge McCiure, re-
suitt. in his acquittal. here is now
no c.ew to. tbt mu: '-:r.
**I t.ink I w ';:-,i eL! c 'r '/v w it
ttuar w 're it not r t'.a.itini.,.rl itn' i
Pai: l.IU it." writ. 1Mr. W\V H. -::t-
pIl.-. H -ri.ioti i -. I':i. 1 Ih:av h1)
,1 ,, J" w ., rr, i ;: ti-!; f.r ,-v--r.
yt-ir- a:1i 1l:1v- t I ,1 re il, wlit. W it. ,-

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thl^ i l;>.
F. i --aI 1 iby l i i !. : 2,,-.. 21 S. I'.ui-
at- \-treet.

Handsome pictur'S, b.ic-
a-brac, etc.. in endless ar-
Y/ at #rocLk b,/itom /prices at


GOV. TAYLOR


STILL STUBBORN


He Will Not Sign the Peace
Agreement.


This Was Agreed I'asi' at a Confer-
ence With His Legal Advis%-ra That
I,4efled Till 2 O'Clock ll hi M.-i irg
-Changt-s in lhe Agreenient lit-
maniled lay Judge Yfstt.
FRANKFORT, Kv., Feb. ".-; )ver
lor T'aylor has not i.igiled the L. iis-
ville peace agreement, ior will lie Ilo
so as it now stanili s., neither will at:y
action be taken oil the niattter to-
day.
Thi. was de cidt d upon tat con:ifer-
ence that Iksted till _, o'clock this
morning, when .i all of Governr Tay-
lor's legal advisers were pre-etct.
.Judge Yost imadeit a vigorous pro-
test against Taylor's -signing the
agreeminet an d said if tte- governor
signed' any agreement it shouldd he
one of hi-s own making ;tind should
provide for convening tht- legisla-
ture to repeal tte (Goebel elfc i n
I iw and to pass a fair substitute:
also for the settlement f conte-ts by
a vote of the senate and the house in
-epatate sessions, the settlement of
miritir contests to be by a fair trial
lifore tile elt-'tion e nliiili -iei n. the
republican inicuimentit- he-iig al-
I.wed to take any le :al steps they
t nught proper.
lteputli irs Helige-rent
i)INDjON. K v Fel. ) -N ,t hl..'-i' -
aiiythinli from Fratnkfort :i-
re--ilt of the al'' ice tlfiltrenll, P
ho -c- in l'-t to-diay and i t-ed ie i-
tionjli- if '( ntli lei-I ee in (ioveritor i .., -
Ir aid pleding th.ir unite-d, e;ar--
tiist., loyal and epithiu-ii -tit -iiupport.
iigitg limi toe stand lirill ani l e!'in
i.n appeal tto all Keniitucki:iiis o
fortl, and ariiiatn iiie :i. tliit hlit will
Siv eveir ioiprin, ti-te with di-hii, <. i ain
ilId ;tii itaei inl tils battle for (civil
li!ierty amit l the ri lits ,f tihn- i -
p!e as expre.~std at thlie polls in No--
v inl)er.
(Chairinian Staick ill the reptiiulica;
lon-i- c;atiuc-.i said this- imornini that
ihe rat her Iained toward -i toinpirl-
iiii- !,lt ide-l.tir d that thei d iem -
.i'at--..1**niie lto want all thi- li--t it ;i.til lie wa- now for a tizlit to thli
titii-li
'A li tilt will have to ce,o!- wiitn r
ter I t1-r." said li."a 'ai t it h;:id a-
w.ll i e commen'l ced now anti be- 'ot-
ti-I t tillo it11i w it.ll.
'l 'h M a 1tir i i ll* it fl r ;**' :ir
Qilally as obdurate. Mluich iiii-
natioii is expire!sed( at Li'l u'iia1i1it-
(;.ivernoi r Mar-hAil .-iAiz i- tOi-
l.'iii -ville agre-illelit.
It i- sa (I that the proee ,liii..- of4
the l-gi-slature to day will vary freoin
tihe perfunctory sessions of tilie l:-t
two da\ s anid that both lhouii-e will
take .iii.' action tow rd hi li :ini i
absentees.

**Look before you leap." e sure
you get Hood's St.i apallilla when
you ciallfor it, and you will find
1 ailth in its use.

IHE I* *LI(CE COl RT
'Villie (radey .lulmnpmon a M ving Car
and i t in-iid for It.
Only eight law-breaker- told their
sorrow-s to the mayor this morning.
hut he manatiged to get $47 oumit of
them.
WVillie G(radey. charged with jun amp
ing son anid off a ni',ving car, was
iiidti $1' .
Alex. Landhbirg.cha ge'd with as--
alt. was- fined $10.
Tomni Hamilton, charged with dis-
orderly conduct, wa-i fined $7..5.,
Jo Maria. a sailor. charge-d with
t e lL drunk and disorderly, wa,-
also fined $7.5 1

('Cu Pri.-es.
(Iin Carpe nters' To i' t and Sti.JI
Hardw re. at S.I. -1. aaI-',', J.S. lb-
-rt-' old stand, corner Pualatfox aiild
orn::niia. Tf-tf

MEDIATION TALK REVIVED.
President May A, Us'lter T. rmnis ot
The HMI*ai I'rr-aiy.
WASHIOTON,. Feb. 7.-It is learned
that under tue terms of The Hague


treaty, which has ju-t teen ratiled by
the senate, an effort w.ll be made be-
fore long to txert such Gofices as may
property be ext-anded to the belligerents
to ,rilng about a termination of the war
iu ,utl Africa
Before this treaty was adopted it was
main-ained that the United rates could
not, % without exposing this government
to the suspicion of unfrieuaiy motives.
venture to u:ggest the use ot good
ofli *.. to both parties to the war.
ELveu now tnere may be some hesita-
lio-i about declaring, by advances made
even witn the be-st intentions, that the
Tranuvaal is or is not a vas-al irate; but
itr : oet-inning to be ippre;-ia'e.i taere
t:.at bhe symnathy for the Boers is
wi ;cs:;read and incre.,ting, and that it
iatAy n-,t be w i!?e to aiee;r tto .ong the
,fffr *f friendly lutervention to save
iute ou troth sioeS.
it jas been discovered hero that while
the-r, i- no l-.s of anprec.arion or the
ill U i0 of Great Lri;ain toward twe
U":::'ei ,tate-. during tne war with
--. i "1 el trr-,lfl in .ac l tn ,Arti p'


cUilies in tUletl'r.'u w .r, iert- is ulaa-*
Ing ftor the B:ers a sir i;g ive..;ii; ot
sympathy because they have at a:st a
Nominal re;pnibhic.
On Its Republican side the feeling is
not so rong a. it is on tne Demo-.ratic
side where almost every man is a Boar
sympath:zer. Tuis- anua'ion undoubt-
edly arises from a desire on the Dart of
the lRepubiicans to avoid pressing a
course that will conflict wtnu Mr. Mc-
Kinley's policy. The Democrats may
take advantage of this knowledge to
press the Boer side in order to embar-
rasa the administration.

DISPENSARY BILL ADOPTED.
Seintile ILpMture Pass..t ih- HI use. by
M la Irge i J r rIy.
COLu.MBIA, S. C., Feb 7.-The state
board of liquor control is to be buoished
and the nluaageient cif te dispensary
radically changed. Tue enatee .li to)
provide a new --ystem oft governtunut
has passed he house and tie guv-ru.,r
will a,1pri me act.
Toe vote in the house was d7 to 24 in
frv )r ,f >boltshing tue board l ue ac-
tion of the general as'.emu:y is mte re-
salt of tiiistisfaction all over the l ta.te
caused b" lack of harmony in tut' pres-
eot board.
The bill provides that three directors
of uioquestiouod character are to bhe
elected for a term ot two years instead
of five years as at present. The coiu-
missioner or superintendett, elected by
the board hrreofiore. aud the cause of
all the dissension. is 1 ) bee'ect-d by the
general aseimbiy and given power to
appoint employes,. a right dtuned him
now. He is to receive a salary of 5,00uo
per uanum.
There are other features of the pres-
ent law which will be amended. but the
main issue is settled untii .he Demo-
cratic pri'aary this sciuner. wnen did-
pwnsary. iroitbitit.n and ltcai 'otUicm
will each UALvo a tickEt tr state .lietials,.

TREATY PLEASES MORGAN.
lie Says S.. iln S 31 ..nllt, Try to
A si,.nd th. (eCili l illt 'S III lits.
WASHINGTrN. F',b 7 Iuniedi:tt, rat-
ifi.t-ation of i me Iay Paut --tte treaty
perinitirmii e in-tru -tio;i oe1 :0 n I~31 -*
tnian ci;nti tLv (ntI Luni.te l >,t e tire i
not t xi."ei. Ju4t etiughli pposi-
1ioi. i has le.-t'.e. i 'o tie !pro7i610n ur';-
bitiiil;g tn,.- u, :i-'ruci'hn >f ;:ortillc.t.
ti us .at the ntir.i'es t. the Irro:>,s d
canal to prv' ke 4:n.-sion anid hu- duo-
lay acn k ;i the itritiv.
Leaders both s:'des np;ear to be
well sat:sil w\itni ai the ho rovuitons of
'ep treaty and t v will tryh to have it
ratified without uiieniiiient.
-euator .Mor'an, the author of thp
pelizii,: bhi i n tlie senate, sayt there :4
no n-, e-"tv'y tv.r a iadl'Ji ait: t.i iw it: u
thu trr,:iav
"I't.L-r .ire sor'ni men in the psnate."
he ali. "wiho wouid rpiosr a'i ti .d
meunt t, tno tell teloniiiian.ineot8 i: :i; we-e -' it i1n here by GoId A nuiihily
hilu-elil. I do uot beiifVo an iu.Teriai
timenti]irr tio i~ tneued;n. ;re.tatv is re
qu'rwd to protect our rich s in the ca-
nal Aii ruts talk al. ut fortity:ng tue
cnnal it,o t.r. ct our interests in case ,of
witr 1s. to sit the least, without ra',oni
and ilou at Lot receive s~eicrs cGnsid-
era'ton."
BRYAN ON H'S CAMPAIGN.
J.r.vv h of Driioe-at'e Seitit nti t In
N'w Eg'I .,.
HIUD(;: P Rt. Conn., Fe.b. 7--William
J. Lr\an said last night. after ine c!oje
of his New England campaign, during
whicn be has addressed 4.),0OJ people in
I citrs:
"The nimetigiis have been gratifying
b-ecau-e ticy show the growth of Demo-
era'ic sentiment. Tne tread of pubie
opniin is :away from the Repubiican
party. ani I Ibeieve tiat each month
*vilt empibhaiz thin opp.sirion. 'Tue
od meu con r.ts( the It pub.ican par'y
of today with the .eputihcan party of
Linco.n'sa day and cannot out note the
diffterenue.
1'ue young men see the field of op
nortunity narrowing aud tiey realize
tUat Republican politics are continually
atldiniz on tn.; alivar-t..ges of aggregated
wealth and lesseninig the chance of the
young main ,ho has oiiy his brains and
his ni,u-cie to rest unon.
"I requires more than the hope of a
perta:uat c.ergiiNiin to stiniulate the
youug man to the tignest effort."

INSURANCE COMPANY SUED.
N wV <)'ri-ns Mie, ?.-ks to lIt 'or r
I )(0,1( ( 1) 1 ni ..
NrsW tRI.-:AN,. Feb. 7.-Ye terdav,
in the civil district court. M 1F. Donu
filed a suit for liO0,O0U damainge. aga.nnst
the Southern L.ualrauce company of tHi s
city.


This action grew co-t of ?uits file i by
the firm of F. M1 Dann & Ro. to rp-


MILITARY FUNERAL


FOR MAJOR LOGAN

Dead Officer Laid to Rest at

Youngstown.


MOST IMPOSING CORTEGE

Tlhonisa<1 1s r t Ibe R innineltl Hl fore
1 hey Ar l I ioved Frolss the
( church to lh- (C n Itr- y-Minute
IY, t;-T.( v. (), Feb 7 -Tnouqsai uds
of cit':z-is and people Ironi tue ur-
rcuaiinug towns andJ county passed
throu::, the vestibule of St. John's.
ELpscopial cniurch today, where the body
of Major John A. Lo-anu lv in state.
surrm unieti by mniit.av guards. Tmie
:ealed casket containing the b. dy re-
posed la tie vestibule of the church,
which had been most beautifully doc
orated w uh appropriate hangings.
It was folded about with the national
col -rs and across the bier lay a broad
3and of silk. engr, tsed with the legend:
"Major Jonn A. Logan. Thirty-third
U. "s V
At 2 o'c ock the casket was removed
to toi chancel of the church and the
funeral services were held.
The cortege, whioh was the largest
and most imposing ever witnessed in
thiN city, passed through the prtnoimal

Minute gons were fired as the cortege
moved and ,he interment was made c-
,',lng t) the inil:ary rites, in the,
An irews Mausoleum in Oak 1ili ceml.


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ct". -e 0,f -t t oeyt-- of 1..;iiL i'T. ho th0.n-i
i- I ,' t t.:e T i-t l -i i W t 11 il know nt
-:I- t -N t Rl.i--. J ,'t i i. i t.

i irltv i, 11. J.iaek Swift. Iv-y' IW- li.
littA Ji-lhay li roli .IIyvville. band

l .>v itr f tl- p-rfeo i a e i ll thi i-
Wt tiln --" t I f ul it' "t ii ; of ,-l i t iiVr













it -1 t to tonh. I-.o comedy

Dr. Bull's Cri gh Syrup pru-. nts pneu-
c -tr.t t-olfo tau.-ir .in che n thi
I,;ti A''; N :t h i- l J oi t ,-'- t I.0 L1t'iii
H a lior li 0.I; nnal ;iiy ot' iri .
I i le J. sh r ns hi .lliyvillU band







next Mt nday the nitrt on Nothe an


Plans for dote nfr te size of the mill
ihave been u der onsideration for some
tire. and the new buildings will probneu*-
ably be erected in the near future, but
p, u be the output was to vun both night


Ann soday in was decided to do this.


Twin company wofll operate t will be in
he hre tu es of the oompany areday.
Plans for and tonbling the hesof the first
tne, and the winew build logs will prob-
esably be erected yn the near future, btexri

The number ofit operation has proven



nighlr satis'actory and successful it.
every particular.


MATCH HEADS IN SAUSAGE.


N.-,-ru Wbe WctsIt P pr'v- A it -itpt%
cover amount of in-crntr'e catimed Ly N tgr e Wb, Wna i r A t-np
them front the dt teleulicnt coniipdnvy I',..' 1 'l o 0 I ly.
losses sustained at tee r re wiw.in u.nlo-t C( iti.E-0N, Feb. 7.-VWll Si.s, enr-
destroyed their prin:nug aflii I.llini poved a, a -arm band by Brovard Fw-
book manufactory on Camp street, o er -I of Etexr, Y,,rKi ceuntv. arl whbse
a y e-ar ag o. 1 is o r r c n tf m y w s e
PaIutiff alleges that the de endantis wife is co--k for the family, was re-
liable to hxm in tne :u.i sum for alleged proved by Feweil for using his basin
false ana scanda.ous accn.-ar!on and and tl towel that were on the track p.rch.
that by conspiring witu otner c ulpal&ni-s At bra faka-, detet't:ng a qt-er taste
did attempt to coorce petiiouner to his in the sau-age, Feweil found a literai
detriment as a citizen and a merchant- supply of tiiach heads i :noe 'ooad feit
arrested tue cook. Sue stated that unr
('fitt NEw YoRk, .. sausage an i se feared to te.1, as he
ati tfW I-diRKi f..l. .--(Fo-tt,,: i l.- ,' reatened to kil Lior.
tlioted to-day :- fllow-. -el: it'. A sear-hi:ig party captured Siia, after
s.3t4: N :'c, : : A;nl .. 1.1 chauig tit:u tree mtihs, s. N ,o ing as
u:nl J'll e. ..>: Jt:!y. ,- they went, bu: wit poor aim. He
t:';.feased uav:.c rpu: me naatcaes in
( iwnorta hl/e :(ttt'eSSP.v, t.;e f,,od. but saiI Le in'teniced to kiii
pillow se, et., to go with we.
et*., to 'I w Suiis 1* aleal by (iaynor.
new furniture. }' ou ca(/ "I w, si, s Fil- byGyor.
new f n ,'e.l o\" A-i'i,\N' Feb. 7.-The Atlantic
bu!/ the whole outfit froP n ,.,....-,.. ...,1,,. F ir ,J,.,n..


United States court of claims sates
the United States. one for 709,79i sad
the other for $249.314.. These auite havo
grown out of the contracts entered late
by the company with ex Captain ObT-,
lin M. Carter. corps of engineers. U. &
A for work alleged to have been dies
by the company in connection with t-
provements in Savannah harbor sa
Cumberland sound, Ga.

W S. Pl.ilpot. Alh-,ny. ;a.. savA.
*D)cWitt'. Lirtk, E.iIlv Riers did
int' niioe 11 4ood t:.in tiny pills I eve"
,ooik TThe fatinoin- little pills for
ct l-l-ipati, 1i. b liots .. "- t d live."
Ii.i t I wel tr utable,.. H.it-i-.' Phir-
m:lv Jt n It iS .pard. 1 K lhif.

M1,r Ieslau nsIlt For .AlI r ca.
W.\-%iit1orNu. Fe' 7 -A member of
the foreign relations cotntiitt-e of the
senate is authority tor (tie statemeus
that views with rrf'-reiine >of the cessc-ts
of the Dani-h \Wt'e.t Indie have been
officially ex.-tiuang..' br'ween tue United
States and Denmark. Negoiations are
also in procre-.s w tii E -'.ai r icr itel
cession of It *ihb sill 1.ait ,of tht Oalag-
pagos gri ut. t)o this i ver-inieat. Bv
the a-qtiil; :on 'f tt ii-,e island 14 and the
possession rt Puterto litco an i lawal
the United .-lates wil pra-trcaly coo.
trol the approaches ot tile proposed
Nilaraguan canal.
linisiatW.k's Ir 11 N.re
\V .- thie re-til of hi- -,plendid
hien lt'h. iiti0,,itabl,- will aind tre-
tni"iid'o n ept-ry, ,ir :iot found
wlih'r, Stomaiii-ih. iv.l'. K id!nevo and
BHwe-l- ar,.- ,it of4 order If yon
w.ait ,the'-- tlitaliti- : 11(1,th, *ucceell
they hbritiim. u-- I)r. Kiilii'- New Life
Pill-. T'l'leyev dt-v lop ,-vry p'wer of
brain atid hody. itnl\ 2.- at W. A.

Intern tion l Itnr lit .
WsA'itro., Fob 7. --Tue semat
finance coullnittee tldsay a opte.l a sew
section to the finaci il bi.l as follows
"That the provil-ion-i ft his act arse so
intended to pl..ce any itOitalci i she
way of ncco:np.i-luin nt 0 I international
bittetatii.t. proviiied be- same Te e o-
ceived I'y concurrent action of the lead-
ing clinmitrilt. urit.11i.,- ," the world
and at a ratio wai -ii sutl. insure per-
inanene ot a rte.a'iv v.t n u between
go.l and ei.ve r "
(C'po| Il y %VIll 1i *- D 1ubl0t.
A -i,%i-ie. A:a., Feb. b- bworkof
doub in, tho :/.zi and c-i,. itr of the
Centr.il iiuti:ry c,,ti painy', soil pipeo
Sorks ias liwe ,11 iietcUCde anl is tobe
coImppetetti winluihi L davr.. Tue addi-
tiolls to the bi: iii g4s will give a maii
foundrvy lui lin1g I.,t b; i)I feet, andi
sev-n o)r ei thi otn lr buil'lings of pro-
porticnate siz. Tie ,nitut wtwil be itn-
creaRtsi Ir"lli 20' to I't 1, nt a daiv and 't
numuii bro jli-li enip ived :roin 2100 toAL

"- \fttr ldoet,>r- fi:i'ved to tire me of
;'ii'l il itl:i1 I ii-ed(l i-NI Miitute- ('Cough
4 i tie r-dfe i,,,ttl.. ,1I it cured
ti)e It i. ;il-io the e,'-ti rIedy on
-:irthi for wo4pintig ctn.4i;i: It cured
tmy tv randhI(llilelr'-ni o, thi worer
,'a.--." writ-, J iim0. Rerrv. I ,gaistoD.
P't. It i-, the oly haritile-- remedy
that ive-i ianliedilste r.-tair t. Cures
o'i,,i'h eiolii, crolp iiniiin throat and
Sini trnhles. It irev,.'its conllsutip-
tion. ('tild-emt'talwalv.e like it. Moth-
r- e:',lior-e it. Hlrs' I't 'macy.
.Iohin S!it1 i'[> d, .. Kahu.
Tugboat Damnaged by P'iIr.
MOBILE. Feb. 7.-At 5 a. m. the tug.
boat Louis Pennoyer was discovered an
Are as the Mobile Coal company'sdoeh4
and before the fire "as eotingished a
damage of $4,000 had been sustaleid.
All the upper works of the boat weie
burned away. She was owned by lase
Kimball of this city and was uninsasid.
Russia ay Taike Advanitag-.
8T. PF.TRtt-PRO. Feb. 7 -The c-
paign in favor of taking advantage of
(he present comiications in so
Africa to secure Russian ports on the
Indian ocean and Mediterranean Ms beti
pusned with vigor.
('aaifurniia Hotel Iiurned.
Los Amori.Es. Feb. 7 -T-n ECb
Mountain House, a large hotel on Monas
Lowe, near Pasadena, burned today.
The hotel was filed w',th guests, btnall
escaped unuhla s. Loss about $100,000.
"I hti:il '1 p-p- atla for'- y-;ar'. No
nedicinie- w a -0o -iffttive- ;I. Kodot
Dy'-pe-pi;t ('ire. It iiave iniirntedlate
relie-f. Two l-ttl'- lprotduced nmar-
v-lotiie re-tlt-." writ-- I. H. War-
reln. Alltiiay. w 'i- It ,iiij,--ts what
y lou ;t : ;nd (',in.ot f aill 't <'ure.
Hiarri-' Pha rail' v Jin t."I-l-ppard.
4. Kahlin.
.' lake- tin h t", fr.ri-l..k--" If
youir bloiel i-

i:-1 i H il'-S r-n;p trii.i .it on n.* aind

;p t-%v. lit -* I .-ii- iilji.---.


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.

The Kind You Have Always BDuti
BHears tne
n-ignatture of



Barlli0iom y
Be-pr t ;1: -1 l f tim e.
It Is tre to- ,-, in tt v .ar-
ket. Tryit :iti-.r -i.ei A bona '.

C a. A l O o T A.
3ar the INeKrd 1aj H4w A.wanBoaPt
tars = j
Rwi


NO. 5.









2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


THE


LEVY POU


CO.


59-511 PAL OXST.


GRAND SALE


-OF-


GliTS


FURNISHI GS


-roR-


DAYS!


The


Lobe


Purch ase


Now


Being


ThrPOwn



Upon the



Market


at Nearly



Haltf Pi1


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,

Neckwear, Etc


at less tha-


Cost of


Manufacture.


I t [Il mU CO.,


iiB


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TAYLOR HAS NOT YET

SIGNED AGREEMENT


WHEN HERR INGS SWARM.
Hlow They Are Captured With Torch
and %(-t In HsmeuutuiB.











1in11, 1 ful L:u.' Ii I t-izi. ton I h t II
ft*"~i'n'.~ii hrriz~'. TI" I i Ih L';;Iv
a f -~.I I ii se:1of i ,~:r a e a tit
Nilhik buIlii-ir Is it i!,.I\"n an
invrha it 1 1.111. scii o I -I ;p ; l

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af0 u thi a 1s.1ui es i tL ill

t~e so o t~e tirl. '4I wr.at t t 4 i o- c
fl 4."- 44' \,11 l .-rri L-s la ciiillt 1 i- %%a v

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So~~lder, tslit-d lei.


lii unti'-ipation of the
'." v "'::'"ti o( the body


He .Consults With Attorneys
on the Matter.

OOEBEL'S BODY ARRIVES
R-tailns Lie In State at tha Capitol
Hotel Aqijutanit G -nerr*l Collier
Calls In All Troops In tOrder to
Avert Trouble at the- Pur-eral.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Jan 31.-Governor
Tavior announced this morning that he
bad not signed the Louisville agree.
meant and that no action would be taken
before a late hour in the day. lie would
say nothing to indicate that it was cer-
tain he would decide upon anything
even mten.
**I am to consult with some gentle-
men today," ne said. "and nothing will
be dec'id-. until atter I see them."
'lh.- guntiemnen alluded to areex Gov.
er'icr Bradiey and Cowonel W. C. P.
irec'kinridge, both (it whlui ale Gov.
e:nor T'.'vior'. attornev-.
At no.in (,,vtr'Tor TAv (r i'ad not yet
tak.-u acifun in ilegar Ii t)o tit-t"enment
rea'-:td at the LouI-vil.e cIh).tfrence.
a ii v il no ,t i) so) unt:'. ie La. had
iur'nor -etnfertnce :iIn Is .eatl ad-
vi-( rs I tIs (. tiler-nee *A,.ii t le n .d
r' :ii1 t I1 tne Lovt-ri", r !r i rivate r om
1;2 1 i l Ctt-euti ve l:uil ;iag
It is, n'i.e:.t,, '-i tliit ite.kr 11114 hive
itc-n lt.--it tO ;r;titr G.Av( rt ior x'a.' .ev.
.\ugulitu F' \'st.Wiloni. Ju :;.- 1]',rr anti
l.tvI \V W airlie t;h, r+l-': --iing th-ir
1iet-rit e at iT t e t'):ilte.-!ti.-. aind it is ex-
.,t(**- iney wI.1 arrive oni tonight's
'I'i-. ('4nf:er i'ncei w ;ii tr,.t;iba ly be a
I n inv ()lie., tani I; nI laV t). tar into the
I:..'in >:,'('c ,* an% (ie'hl 'i 1 is re-arnieti by
it ,vi Ir T avior in r'-ir.ii to) lie treo
n 'iint, and po )s.it)y lie i.i t.iake no
at'ti 11 nitil toimotirow. In t i meaP.n-
time evvryithit: 's quilet
No l)-toinor i" i'ti.nit'r- of,4 tile le tis-
lattire art- in Fiankt r', ;ir:.i wo d naas
b'-en received talit thev wi 1 n<4o ttltUii
Unitii they are as-urti 't riiiilnunity
Ir. "iit air,"' ani their tur,'iJoe coucvy-
anice to lonI'ain.
G .> b-'1 9s o ly .ieriv.-..
'I he train bearing the rmiain.of ( 1v.
" i rr (r, i,eil was scineuu ei to arrive
li, r- t iim 'Cov.tigton at atonUt lW(::O ;a.
inl anti a s iail crowd g th'-red( at the
t'aitlto at that hour to get a ghiit-s. of
ilt- cas-Ket as it a-.4 'jr e n to tle C. tpitol
h:,te l S.ow running time.t Wits ln.nlt,
ii'i.wtvt*r and it wa. antii.uiited thaitt io
ttain wo,,u'i nor arrive until 1I:4.)
Alterwar ti t''s time wa;s at.iu -chantied
tt, 12.t.5 p in at w iuic'i i.t:le it puiledi
Ilito tlhe depot
'iThe day was exe(eodin,: r disa(l repa.
bhe. A tine nrizz.ing rain fe-il ai, morn-
lig,. it.ier.iIg tie ('c0111 v roads,. ai-
ready so't from rct'ent heAvy raIns.
a.mtni,-t imnpasible in pla lew twoni)) C were seen on :li' streets.
Even in the lobbies < f the C.ipito. hotel
few tpople were gathere..i.
'-hortiv after 11 o'io-k the crowds
began to father around the hotel and
wintn ti'aily the casket wa, Ci.'wtvy car.
tried un the steps( of the north entrance
to tfti, hotel, andi thence 111n(o tile lie,'
large reception rtoni. wher'- they are to
: in tstato nntii uoinor:(.w at i not,.
irotably 1.(t)(, people were stalling
oUI4tlti" tie fentr;n c, a 1ti 1 iI the streets
i'- r finding the hotel. Every v'heati was
i r' ;rat.;c leaier weoe carried into tiue hotel.


For Sale Only by


q4qqIs' Pfy4qh 4Cy,
"'17,' Smith Palafox St.


Indigestion!
He ('/tallenge the world
to i'o/ifc ca rem yiedif C(,ua/
to thIe itclhless Vileilc
I' aler for the cur/e of In-


arni va from (/i4fCstio//, I)y.,pepsi~jandfl(


Acme Beer.
T;'IE BF-zT n F'l IE sol) IN
1 :N<\('C ,I. \.


I) muiivtisser RI'bo.,


AGENT-4.


s] '7l rI[V M Pc"rvs a r" d W ut! y

he Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty'. -


.1 I 'Ii'


;' ; s 'il '..I f x '' .


.. :, N I 1 '


I'. < i \ :-.


PENS A( OLA


rt Needle Work Rooms.
I:mthr,.ity Material of :all kind!,.
ineludling, Stainped Linen Centers,
Scars. Sofa Cu-hioni, Etc.
Battenbarg and Point haee Patterns
AND RtUAIIS.


M% XIT'%N IDAWN WORK
rit-i Public is Invited to Call.


;f T Dublies (ifld SkAin DI)x
Cases. Owit raniced to ctir~e
or iuioieq ,'efilided. (Costt
&ldy '; (cr/ds t' (day, to use it.
Oine Ioll/ar boittle last tu'e,,-
Iii (l/(tyJ".'
F~or strile by all dru6(fists:

S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDlRESS~

WsV. IV. ILKiNSON,
Greruville. Ala.
Tent I tue Cri l lFr. mtn .1mlo a~leI* till


k 4', II. P 1. %T I: ,I-Ii iI f' -. I L(- Ar tie.
,41.' I t-1 I I i', ( 4,4f W I rK i t ,n 4
In a'i- V ..r

L~~~.~ r.n .1 t- it''' 4t-4 I.t4' II 41 t
J ','s t I 42:!. r.t4 in~nt'44141


;.V -GOLAYz-(
Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
It. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufactur-rs,
CHOlIC F MEAL AND Pli REGROUND
STOCK IFEE-;1
'atronz lnorni,-* ndilitrv. for th-re ;-
.ev-ry ra"-on you e hrouiil h!:yvour M,-al and
'tock Feed fr,,m tn h- lotni, lan ufactur-,.
for 'y so doini you *-incouratg home irndtus-
try. N our mont-y ; Ileft in thie community
and you in turn are indirectly !-niefiteld.
In foAtering th- hoinme mainufacturr y,,u
contriltute to th- cauje-oT labor. You ,we-
it to tbhecommunity in which you live and
which contribute- to your support.


(joebet. Adjutant Ueneritl Collier tins
morning issued orders withdrawing all
troops trom the city and bringing them
with the main body at toe capito.
grounds. TLese orders will remain in
effect until matter Governor Goebel's re
m tins have been placed in the vauit of
the Frauittrt cemetery tomorrow after.
noon.
Tois was done to avoid any po-ibilitv
of irritation of Governor Goeveb's
friends ana partisans during thie time
the body lies in state 4& the Capitol
hotel and the burial tomorrow and to
ail y as far as possible the feeling
caused by the presence of state troops.
Even the trvost guard was witnmrwn
from toe vicinity ot the Capitol hotel.
Tne commissary sergeants will not be
allowed to leave the capitol grounds to
procure necessary supplies for their
men and all drills have been suspended
until Friday. Only a small guard was
left at the armory to protect tue sup
plies and ammunition stored there. Out-
side of this guard not a soldier will be
allowed to leave the capitol grounds
until Friday.
A Yiung ;e,.nilt Suic:de..
CEDARTOWS. Ga.. Feb '.-Dr. E. B.
Marshall, Jr., a prominent young den-
tist, shot himself through the brain last
night while alone in his room at the
Wright hotel. Domestic trouble was
the cause.
LTrg- Mill For Atlantn.
ATLANTA, Feb. 7.-A movement is on
foot. backed by the Atlanta Business
Men't league, to establi-h a $1.OUL.000
cotton mi.l at this place.

Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES!

Are you sunburned.
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad?
We've got the right
thing for you:

Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.


In Use For Over 30 Years.






Citizens National Bank
RPY IrA'-O;0LA.


PK K I. Vt; i N 1'.
K.~~ N T..-.


"IleTORR,
r.EVF. 1,I.LK -. .M. FISHER.
.)f F. V. t- n tr-&('.
K J.- WIl I ITM RE. JOH V F. PFFJ FF.ER,
I,.. HII.1os oQEEN.


GenI/'ral


JOHN F. PFEII.FFR.
ASS.'ASHIlER.


RIX M. ROBINSON
MORRISt BEAR,


Banking Buiness Transacted.


.I I-nt, I lanIdled on Favorable Terms, Ex-
A<'.na e Boulght and Sold, Collections
',vitlv attended To.
'. 'u, ~ r SOLICITED.


PAST

BOTTLE BEER


HEALTHFUL
AND
REFRESHING


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A CASE


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SOLE A'


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SILK VI
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Sines, Li(uoo, ......
Gins, Cigars ni Tobacco.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDMAN,
:131 ;o Il'TH PAL..FOX ) I'TREET
1'. (i.. H..x II>. T"l' vph-+oli, 17" .


laundry ,


THi PIOFR LAF l 1IST FLORIDl


\ astiilious Dresser
I- .. ** '- t ipipy w h (1ih** n, lot*- ths
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IK C. 0. D.
27 E. GARDEN 8T
AND DELIVEP.ED FREE.I
INGRAHAM. Manager.


-IW'LOl

PAO'%'E 14


ESTABLISHED 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


J


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Ship Chandlery and General Harduare,
4om. Avi, wO., s. PA6AI'O)X STREOM.


.. ;4. IVA.YIZF:D WIRY, ROPE, A. UKLMNSPP.
an'm. cvsap.Pul. FIlls. 611. iical sRCHMElts &s sOPm "it
~.i''~'~' "' ustumut, Surs.luis40.lu


for Infants end Children.
The Kind You Itave Always Bought has borne the signa-
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supercision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
*Jtust-as-good"' are buit Expewriments. and endanger the
health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
,. Bears the Signature of ,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


CONGRESSIONAL PLUMS.
Little Thbians That Fall to the Varl-
ou Comnimittees.-
"I'. rquisit'. s 'lo r..i m::in *; : tie m;l-
V uia t 0,-!. of t'ur, -*. i i .,' I. l" ,I" th
ll :!.: tlilt h 1. ;i ;'-." \ -
pli s:w ;r n l l l u li < ..i. ::: ; ;;". '-e

' Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale -


Childrens Department.
i : --. I F 'rencti K id l i'taiit-'
BHut (io 2 5..

worth 75c, now 50c.
S, I -'r-na 1: K id 1 i.f.tlit-
H i ',. .i:.
worth $1.00. now 75c.
i w i d > *.m.: H.- i .t Sn
worth 75c, now 50c.

: 1
worth $1.r0, now $1.00.
I{ aid-- w 1 Kil .'lprmi H,-,t IL.:* .
1 worth $1.50, now $1.00.



S Mens ueparlenlt.
'ti* il ;" I),0l _. It 'lf: i, ai! d I.;:i "

worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Ge i'n 1 -,1. p Kid Hutt..i :t: I:tLacp
!,,.. -. 1 -2.
worth $2.00, now $1.50.



S Ladies' Depirtmenl.


I ,r
I 1 .00, $1 ,25. $1 50, $1 75 and $2 00.
K id t i l ; :ii 1: l t 1 il-i
<('l : I, .;, I i ,i 0' i! I I' .
from $100 to $3.50.



A leivi Bar'ain!
A l .1 11 I 'I i. l ft' r 4;,. -

.1 ,l 1 I t I 4 l 'I I I

| .ill( (' etln li G Iltl e,-. !. 4' I- \

i n Ouar men's Department
\%'" Iw it all '~., ; ll |. % %\ ',

aji,,'t (',,llf..!" *. i, l" .m d ,' i

OUR $3.00
kHe tid I le v i i \ ,, ir n, '.i\ .


--: 1. Gugenheim.


THYI1'1 1Ii I


BA INO CAKE BAKR,
I1 I I A1 I l-l i AI

207 Couth Baylon St.,
BLn 1 '. *-. u'-: d :., 1.' 1 .-%v .i 1, a rdr.. I f.,r

Bread ard -:akes

AT (HORl NO('IIK.



BARGAINS


RjeaI


Estate.


$10O00 ce
*Qg'4J'4JI" I %I i 2 rI i 't !''cs

Thee' pr''I, *' dTm
hC -'I- t .t~'A, i I-
$4O0W L. aeITI i', Hat'.: 'w m
pee i fii'-a -:. I mt.

on, -t,.rI

rn oi .% I),'-


$7000-, ~ '.





$9000s~--.~4




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ITEMS OF IN -EREST.


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> It d:ii ..-t ,,i ., M .itila?"--lalti-
UiV' A riti tan _


4,.ak the hands thorring-blt. onrtt efrin'if. eIn
a ia.lr lather Of CUrTIl :.. SOAP, the 11 0i
skin I IIIrif% in .o iiap..as well as III rest
anill N%%e.Nest, fo~r toilet, loath. awl i trst'rv.
lbrv. Ace' mt freely With CI-T14Uit 6 Oitnali-11t,
t1w .:real skin citre and rperest, of evtwllivits.t~
j Wu~. ~I~Tti j4.ahiss and jpamfufit:,.-e'r
-mi tl* iir' on : the wnrd. POTTICR1D. I.).,('J('- ,
Frcpz.. iiu,- 4 .HOW tO bave Beautnitu Ugands," free.


ANGLESS AND JESTS.


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% 1 al. Ite-lu Slll11l t 1 ( Coatl.
B utaNi Ni A,., Fe', 7.-The Ala-
S., bama and iMississippi Coal company will
begin shipping coal the last of this w. sk
over iho branch being constructed by
the Lsuxisvilie and Nashville railroad
r. ri ,- trnom Ecnois, a small station on the Ala-
..' un t,, baun:a Mineral road. in Shelby county.
The branch road was completed today.
Si The nnes are already open and at pres.-
ent the coal is being hauled to the rail.
r road cars in wagous, ao active i, the de-
and tor coal ail over the state. In a
short tanie the uutput of the mines will
... be 400 tens per aay.


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W 4intry Surprise-.


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F'ieet Evollutionl. I) forredl.
WASH; oTON, Feb 7. Disturbing
events in Venezuela, reported to the
state department by Minister Loomis,
are responsible for the dispatch of the
gunboat Machias to the Venezuelan
port of Puerto Cabel:o. The assign.
ment of the gunboat to protect Ameri-
can interests and the dispatch c-f the
Texas to New Orieans and the Detroit
to Mobile to attend the mardi gras fes-
tivities to be held at thots points will
compel Admiral Farqumiar to postpone
the fleet evolutions he contemplated.
A I)le.pl inl Phahoollate Ia-ids.
O'Ar.A, Fia., Feb 7.-Deeds have been
recorded here that convey 2:-3,0u 0 acres
of phosphate lands in Alachna and Levy
c',unties from Io e t Cainiagane (.Getnraie
des Phosphates de ia Florili to La
Societe Nouveile des Piuspiates de ia
Fiorui. The fir-t is a corporation or-
ganiz-d under the laws of this stato.
anid tue .seroid is a iBelgian c ri oration,
with he;ieqlu.irters at Brussels Tie
consideration 1,)r the property was 400,.-
U000 in cash.
Kr;ieTr anI the limmrleann.
T li, I-s',. ll. i 1r 1, r1'l'.a < 'ti 'r-ll it li< m'!:ir-

( i, ri-' u. ni u .,il il I't.' It-i if! K r I-
I-at ''S. 'lnli 'lwoubitn .l nl;t t a., v iv m'1i
.\ 'li,'"-':' : i I .'I ll :eli,, i :e 'I 11 :il a.I 1'l i
<-''i -is s.,'' uhil! ,.'aia r. '',i \vtt l -hi -!il'' i s. itll
I mlrl I I', A.a l -mt i' .'il- '.U 'I I- .lU I'pl \ -.iS
a l'It :Ia I1'1t- 0t ml i-\ r 'illl ii''. "' l' l ll 1 l<'
-i,', e' l I i .:'j,.i'' 'V" :ir' mill mllil<<'.
~ima ,'' \I ,ml!i ml. ;i' -" lit m ,iitimh. You itl'
ii t i-!i iml \ nia:" ia i- rTm s.

MOZIEY'S LE,1ION EFIIXIlt
A I'leasalntLa Il tieIInt( T'mlT1e-


ri. pp-;';r-d from iti- frte-i juiae,'- t
I Lainni-. combined with oethlir v'f'-
t:Ill 11 al l 'er tolll('I cathartics. :iat. -
"mal~ tic stimutlanit-. Sold l y drul-
-..--- gi-t--. .iH' ,and l$1.1ai bottle-.
\ For t)ll;i-u1 nI a.s anild clito- ittltitt li.
S01a'i ilidiire-t-ion anti feoul -to'linacli.
F-'i r -t'k ;ind tiervou-. ,.5',il;alia e .
Fo'r lpalpitation(i iand heali'rt failure
--. ,y. tiikt lI iit n Elixir.
Fo or sI ,'11ples -.-ii iiaandl in rv' l-
,-.p i -un ir Atratti<>,n.
'... 'r" lF r lo-s of appetite alad debility.
For feverr-. malaria aind chill-
take i.-iiiLmon Elixir.
a a'nii. Elixir will not fail voul i
n a- a ny o t ati li ovi iiinaled di- a- -. ill
,', which mat e fri', ii a torpid ,r di--
m-himit t :: ;.i.-.d live-r. -tla amich (or kdneiiy-.
Fc aind $1 IaI bottle- at tdruvr~i-t-.
-*' ir*t l'r'-piar.d only by Dr. H. Mozla-y.
Atlanta. tya.


rn irls


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Lu r"A ;t, l' i r f l n r .


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r
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- s ea- : ..m- i.m' ..,1 I' '; n th '
a a '.a
i ea t ar a' t r i u k an if i' It
A Jn i ;''- t';i' :ti t i i r,, C' a.. I > ins',l

Al H I;.i nsa n cn.' I S
A r : a : he oI-; k naV ie



4.-ai I .' :," c f >r .-'nt j ar'v. u T.' ,y .'T e r ,'U
:5 m,' u ) l :.'i.
\ a me : ,::; I.i !i-:.l,..nr'l a^ n< ( i .
I war.' I "' .t '. ps-' &nee cy, to P a- ( l-. k.
-Wa'- 'nvtc-r Star.

.Mr-. J. K. Miller. N.-wtn iiHanmi-
toll. Pa.. writes. "I think DeW) it;'i


At lhep('apitol
I l iV' jih-t tak'-n th-, la-t ,if two
b.ttl.- t f lIt>r. .NIAl y'- LPilto) i Elixi
for i ntrv,' i- lie, ilt i ., ili'ta-,tide ,llst i .
% hit ,t i- -a-id l;v-r liita k iilt,v-y-
'I'Tl Elixir cir-il d l il I fatiiouil it tl.#
;..r ate-t i In din.- I t ver u-t-d
.1. H. MaN N' iH. Att',rnay.
'1225 F !-tri' t. \ e-i ha ttin. I) '.
thel. l 'y' lIfstin m Elixir
\V. A. .1 hin'-. h',ll Sta'in Al.a.
writt- : I hl iVt- -IitT'i -..ALd i',.attly
fr'on nii aatiz-;i oa itr d p-ia ,i,'' -
Ilottillt. t l i,,i E lix ir d,,l it, Ilil, o ir,
!g 41otI t Iiia ll l tli ll- i l t' i'ii-e I h it-v
S,'Ver' taken.

')yZI -'.V'4 II.MIIN .1 HOT llOP*S
Ii( u all ( *', l-'h (',.Id-. iH oar-'-
I .-.. S "rh- li ,:i.. ir,,,it itim -. H li .-
oi tr ia,-. inl a Ill t .it ma li! lulit c di--
,t.-,. ~. E l'g-ianit. r.lli!,l-.
*2.c, .t I 'rutl''i-t-. 'r'-,. triedd lya t>
tr. H. .M zle- Atla.ait.t.G( .

I will repair y.-ur watt",,-- 'in1d
jewi-lry in fir-t- laes- tyJl. J. I.

.1. BIERIt.H.lt I.li,
Tlie Plh:minlwr. Steatmi alnd lGas I'itter.
dpo.iro- to, iimform his f l" ,.;id- a iTi) ;)I-
ti tlitat hIa ip i. ,loc:ttpd mat Il'2! \ ''-
0(overninent strf-et. mid i- ;'i -i r'-a i
to do any and all kind-- >,t walk i:
hi- line.
Teleplione 375. 2,,

If you are ready if o o to
house-keeping,. let IMarston
h, Fin ish. fi.rn is.h unmr hnous.p


PRISONER DEFENDS JAILER.
Says the USfleer We-s Coinp.-iled to
1 urn Hliiim Out.
CLINTON, N. C., Feb. 7.-Archibald
Kiugsauis, white, was a witness in an
interesting case here.
Jatier Fortner of Sampton county wa4
charged with allowing K;:n.auis to es
cape while awaiting trial. King-auls.
swore m e ja.il'r was forced Ly a udyu of
armed ien o Turn hi:n out.
King.-,iu.s was afterward.4 re.jrrested.
tri m ;aitd convicredi o: mrur Her ani nur-
ried to) Wilminiton tor sare kee:n;ug, i:
b'iun; learei ute wi.u. i U- t.Lk_!u out of
Jai1 again
rTie late of his exe:.ation h is nt be tn
ct teiiii,e.i on.T the a',eie tiavituz; u-i aD-
pea. d t)v his coUisel.
lie was t:rk-n fr,.m Wim:ungouu jail
to tbtity lor kFortuer.
19tW \v.i- it Ilii- i,; Ayren.
Brr- < AYri., Feb. 7 -The rest-
dentb o: Euti..os Ayres have never ex-
Ier.ence'd uc'.-i ilteis..' htat as that of
Saturday. 'unday and yesterday. They
were real" alainmei by the number of
dea:ifhs roim sunstroKe. Tn' mnurtainty
in Bi 'nos yres. which never exceeds
10 daiLy, t-.itchetd ]C (nur:ig the 24
hours e'-,inih at .5 i.'co.k Sawurday
atternonwi. There w%%er 2_9 caseiof sun-
strok.- ,: .-u:(iav and i;;;4 ca-esresulted
fatal.y up i, i; o(- 'ck lu tie evening.
There w--r.i 4 ;ca es of .uins:roke Mon-
Jay. Uue of them %tas :atal.


]mn


WOMEN WHO WORK.


ST. LO, IST. *Aug 12
Th "':b nntt 1) 'ti-ai t, I ff' -d f:..

fs 'AU; po'-t tI.I. -, UIf. Arm-Iit,. 'di nutt .ff--!a'
P~m.-1 d tr I Li't 4,71t': s ~ 4 4,*
Car-i'li 3ant 03?b A dt Lai. ie ft I*Ib-Iter. 11 .

W". gjr..~ty rveem te'




1*Ume,-of (ard"'

Minv tirlsaninnd ii aA t recto-%t -e'arntheir
y~i. u-u k lsA ei! .mnet. Thei %.,r 6 ,te .hx
in4 thi t he h ','h 'n. Their dhtim ec""
I 'r tre Vi-eevk cAne'ssr .%% a i
aT1J :III".: an..Ittha 1 14 t -I
ATL1 1 .. IS -1-1

.. *:n~~I ~j. e n i i' n n*ert I e --a 'm.. Kl.ip. x
i- 1 .i L N t:12- .%' .
[LAD1'S' Al 1,01 DEPARTMENT. 1~.. t. tt.:
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Druggists sell Large Bottles foT




THE ORIGTWFAL


ST. LOUIS



A B.C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler.

ALSO WHISKIES. BRANDIES WILES, IIPORTED AND 00DO II

Paul Jones and Echo Sprinis CelIcbrated Whislies.

IRY i eOITLE OF CEERY T011O .
PHONE 154. : : : : Il 0 ,X 5*7.
__J-TG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
';i't I re,,.- I I"'1.ver t I- %ny Pa'lrt if t!t- C tv.
S 1 \i ord- i'r fi it it Th' iiil-e. iit! a niuttib, will be carefully
ate- ided 'o.




-o-.P.OP ETOK 01*-0

CRONIeS SALOON
--D1)EALEK IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cilars.
JUG TRADE A SPVOTAT-TY.
(o llinr Ro lmont atn( Davilliari Sta PKNIACf'( A FLA



H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
A'l KindA ,(. Plumbiung and Gaq Fittin:ar Materialp Kept n Hand


4- a16-e'e 'vIf. & bt.a


OUNN'S s


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAl PLAN.


Three Regular

leals F ach Day

25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYSTERS,-. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINI)D- IN HEA-ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-FrmuiA $1.(i) to $1.:,,' per )Day. \LODGING:
.1.5 and 511) S. South Palalox Street PIen-ia.-la. lorida / 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
:N F ('f .1 J N\ I 7' '. : .


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4'sin*''' t4
lie
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I. a-are
I I' 'cc


'a 5.

7 0 p m
11) p na
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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVJLLE.


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JOHN NICHOLAS'




305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
O pI" -' I i- I N I-*IIIPuT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night.


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THIK Cl IT COUNCIL..
P~rocee-dings of t.amni Night's Regular
Meeating.


Ulmared at the P~Coft f(lie atI
VIM.. m semdcnleaus matter.
Ovr"clE:Pitt Huilding. '44



TIE NEWS PTIPLISHIN

Twmm.Invarimbly in Ad
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TELEPHONE NO. 118.
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~ fOr GENERAL ADVE

MIEACOLA. IFEF. 8 1

Orvihiosi vary concert
value of thet new gl-allW ha'
lbawecontencled that the Ile(
mrsimould keep touris.tg a'
tbb hasbeen in a m-asured
by the actual expel li~zenc of
wS in gotule cof the favorite
Men'. ba~untm in the state, a
orbiting eportsmen have te!.:
thelitctaaen"IS th4l bt-!t t.'attu
-law,.T hit. S omne iivt- ~4-VO-1
&bat the liceniae slitm Ilith- *2
of $10.


rary, the Lakt- (ity Itidt*x
more than half a -qolullm 4)fe
nable pace in answer to Ti>
on the -~tillpet 4o1 jcti-Iei
lawi. but a- ill owf It- argi
bz-sed ujpccilwyl~l' pis inli
Tau Nwsm-advol-atte= the 1)U
of thetlaw- m:li-'-/ 0.o
hundred i-r Iler.*i.l
state. wtiicl it Iiiatjvre-r doi
.~rea~ly little ir' hoe ?,aid ill

THF Atiferic~an ,11111U
monthly talole o #f luinh-,r :at
exiport- f.e 'IwIet-wh r :-1,

timber fie! tha~t mqiictli w
per cent opt the uoal from :t
rru port -.a- .tgwi me t ';
foir N_'overi: hr. 61 l, ~i vst E
!ober.44'.6*2v-r cent fo)r Septei
.4 &!2per evit f~or Atii.-ti-t. Ii
exp'ofL$ opt ho:rd~. dvak all
for Dec*-iiih-r fiqin Itiii- Pr
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P-outheri Ii l or 1-. ag*a ~:i[i.t
vent for Nonvt iivi ler -r331:pe'i
*.tober+ Ije.r 2i_,*p -l- t -foir St
and -to 3 ; fr rect tfor Atil-ii
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I. adt-r tite ah~o%-e talm-oneer


the pre-.e-iat ie citit a it m
Florida, :aad ptimocm-atei vt
Vie1 w ilwiell wo.havs.t' Ir
tertained. that we take- pi
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I)OME NEWS NOTES o o.e 1no'5"'Bread is the Staff of Life,"feptaton
THEREFORE HAVE IT 00.


The regular meeting of the city
council was held last night. Pres-
nut. Mayor Hilliard. Alderman
BaarTS.Calhn.Chri-tie,Pfeiff(-r.Hays,
G V. Brouizhton. (Gil:.-,-. Bizz-11. Greeti

Ivance. aind Ave-ry.
:,.. after reading and approval of the
minutes of the l-t re-gular meeting.
'I' comnlllUnicatiotin.' from tillh mlavor
l iidliv 1
wer- read. one enclosing a cointilu-
'EWS: nication from the city attortiey rel.a-
tive. to payment by the state board
' prar ut
of heaithi for the quarantine pl int.
acomininended the passage of a reso-
*. lutiin urging the state boird of
application health to give immediate attention
to the matter, which was re-cived,
the resolution unanimou-ly adopted
and ordered that the resident agent
of the state health board be furnish< d
with a copy thereof.
The mayor recommended that two
the marines who had been fined $k0 each
M g for being drunk and disorderly and
U cUgo. re-is.ting an officer, and who had
inn., when- served out about 27 days ,of their
either; ma: sentence, be releas-ed upon their pay.
RTibeivN ring jointly $6&i in cash. Th+e recom-
..m.. nendation was approved and it was
S s ordered.
00.i Tie inayor stated that during the
recent cold weather the city prison-
ning thie -rs were sleeping on iron cots with-
w. eo!e out covering and that lihe had in-
ense feat- -tructed the marshal to expeind i$3o
for blanketi. The action was ;ip-
way. but proved and on motion of Alderin il
lisproved Gre-en an appropriation wa- mande
the sea- for the board of public safety toe pay
thie M; al -.
Ssort-- ''tihe re-signation of T. E. Well-~ as
id niliy mi niepibter of the beo:itd of plhlic
jiflrd tlrat s-at-ty wa-,. in illi.,tloii re of tl. 'l Calim. accepted.
Alderinian Hays aizr'e--d to with-
d clt*- hold Iii- r'--inatiion I clh:airin tii ,I
25 in-te;id tie hail tir and S iilit:v'vy oe illtiiiTt e
l til til t iit- Xt lill ti- g to 've if t!,.
eidinance tlo be ihitr ulitivced by All-i -
oitite-l p l linl11riil ti'eet-in iaVt.- lIin the autborityv
Swi l k in tlith t c'apiaclty.
t i l- ()Io ; l:tnliti ii o lt A.dterian Chr ('ii-'i-.
N : NI..- J. ,.e re- \Vhiite. \ ';- nitiiiinn,'i-:.\
litl; tt.te .le'i,,- a II .ihet- r ,'i 1f tht.i I > t, rl eIe
iill l t i- pl 'ltli' itf tv Io till tie v'ac.iliir
*il- i-,- l lv t'e r -il.:iittlaiin If T. F
i --thal.th \e.l, -.
tillicatio, C(' il.tamiltii ( ;re', l of t in- tl'i.liic',-
?t ,,'. ,o f '.e nc iil itltet e ielorte- t i.:i; it l t ie ; ii:-
1 I, i l ;lit- city. att ,"ll ,-V. w lii'l, w, .I
I I i l. tIIallIt e city concid Ii:,,1 l'(.ill '.
; -- l" l!ihlld tihe $:l.';lb;ti:tlaj oef -.al i \
It pllY. .illni '2 L'. in th -i-'.peI-- fillni tie
t'l c('c-dit f e-x ("C ty .\l ;it-l I Fi A.
li-e' ii;i 11'- .-iVa. i .e tlio,-e talinoie ti.-A h ti I. 0 *i i
ti Il.mli ti I- 1 I- .
A l-ol. tt. ti t th ;a rt -t*l i f P.t I-
,'' t' i y .1 ii C for 2 0il;i h.toer -:t. -i te 11-.
f -:i : iw l e't.' .,il !)i I A11 p iiil.
> 0'9r t "_' S *1 A l 1 ;1:1 t i t i :i ;Iit i 1 icif
11 -, (iti- 'w .- re ;t a- ijy it lian ie t, I Ili.~ t til.
t c.ir ci f < i] iilic vw i k- I' ;i:tiv le te t "
1'" (' c l tlll; ;a!i (t draiili- lthat li-e ,de' d -
It for ie' p;ta 1i1i lg ai t tit-. !iity<'r w i- ir. eji--t ,1i
mltler atii tee -*.' t hat i-int liie- ;Il,:_ te ,. v' ,i! ,i
i lfr tor-t puin pi
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ni pla k- that tI Co' ii trl'ct wvih l !i I eP,.i- I('t;.i
oert we- i .i tii- '. l.i li hitcn.r tiet- city -tce', -
fro tii ;l, 'wuild expir<- Jan.ii 1, c1. iic -i --
_._ ..-.lted- I tli.it tile- til:arl l jof l''l le k-
"hee' 2-' I#I r(-iiiiidt l d < I till- i *i.. t; t l it it
Ct'e-llt fo i ltII lt tie' V.1I I;I ',I t a *i 0;l 'ec 1:~[ I, tee
ept m-iintl i :,Iv. ,ti-' ter bid fo: lI : i i,;g I.,
t. ciI -irfo't-.
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'c Iil ii, -I .- '-e
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a'i heti, i prices, at I';:aiCs'. (oli-
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cal NAVAL STORES MARKET.

ihi Reported Daily for The News b)
nd- Messrs. A. M1. Moses Co.
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I- pr'- licted for to-t iitht. Aveiil
thle ~i ip lby havin IDutT. '- M silt
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Arboie a -lls it.

Your Credit is Good
For anytthiinig illn oir Ltn-.. e 'ive
:i larve 'a--cortinm t of I ( (c'-. Ief-
Lounge-. Toilt t 'it. and l-drir),,oi
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HOUSEKEEPER

what Goof Flour

is; that is vla

Honst keepers

Prefer Obelisk


Local forecast for Peemcol and rncanitl
Fair. ith .'dli war,' to-niOflt aNlld Frilmd:
sositheatt shlf ing to high inlrthireslt 'inf. .lI/aiL -
mesm temperature yesterday. i6;0 degree.; 1inl.
imuns in la.! 24 ours .is degrees
KNIGHT'- OF PYTHIAI-Regular
meeting of R.ithbone L,>dre No. :1).
K. of P.. to-night at 7 :;i) o'clock;
work in the first rank: il members
and visitors urged to attend.
MARINE A.\YS-The schooners
Davy Crockett and Maud Spurling
hauled out on the marine ways to-
day for overhauling, and the brig
Alice Brad.haw was launched.
GEN. GOoRIeoN'- LECTL'RE-Gel.
John B. Gordon will deliver his lec-
ture., he Last Days of the Confed-
eracy." at the opera houme on the
evening of Feb. 19. Don't miss it.
BAI 1 SIEWALKS-All citizens are
reque-te-d to notify City Marshal
Wialde f any sidewalk they know of
being in ba.1 condition and e will at
once see that it is put in good -epair.
A Quric' TRIP-The fishingmsnack
Benj. F. Sutter, Captain Meohetta,
arrived this morning from the Cam-
peche snapper banks with 2.4tO
snappers, making tre trip in tifty-six
hours.
MILITARY BALL-Dion't Ini- the
dance and medal drill of the Chip-
lIy Light Iinfantry to night at the-
armory. The floor is- in fiti- condi-
tion and gcod in-.i- will he pro-
vided.
ARTISTII \\<01:K T'he 1 -idp of
Pet"r Bel 's ,ptilar salooll is I being
arti-tically :c-in ited by an el:ibh r-
atp picture f f -l lion and aill infant,
the work o-f t.'at expert, Theodoire
\VWhe, r.
\Vii.i. A!'li r i,-J. (. Kirhy. t:lip
'lliiiiit -Iil e, toir convicted in tthe
r'iii:ii l c.ill!rt for trespa-siin.r I.-
,'.ll-Tt i o! t, riiz, thi ttie t i, 4e o)ff a d ,-
li iliP| lt i f t r ti t r t si- ac let ,ef
filr'iittilr' :itt.! hte'ingi Wa 'lir il iot tel
do -.. will tak", ii wiplcal to the -tm-
prtlnei court.
FI\k ( I K;s.i--- :lit 'e.i-t- i-ter
tb -taill- Ill t Ic-' .il w ith tti fi!i"
T n'litlle-.c ei. (r' -'- that arriv-d tlii-
1i.iil ilijg ft r the P ,ietis;aci la Live',ry
S't:all''. w'-r-' : it of thiigh bra-d c!iick
-,.- f ,f v:arie'l- breed.iwlhichl I Mr. Joe i:
i;. W .\\',i t rdl-re-t for niiiiit-lt at id
ftri'i(l-. ht-vy i tar beauitit-s.
I i: iR E l'!YN4;.i. RI.'AilN;<-O()lntinl
I.'I e ,. r y ;.ii icontaii;iin a ;a rie-s of ;ir-
',*. iic;>ien i(ivers opeitni air i-p' "-
;,il '- I ill i tle So)itlh, iland es-ptciall
lit Fl,rielt;. while tlhe Northi i-
-wathited in inow and i,'-- '). (l.
Y o.niinl- in s,,uttilie n waters, tar|i. ii-
ti- iiclit.. golf. shootingg ,tltad ,ll.'-r
) Frt- ;irl re,- re-.p lted bi y v excellf'ilt
,itl(.;t--. by expert-, heautilniiiy 11-
li-t lrate .
Wai1V .INt:-. l.I Eir HoMv -T-'|
W\oiodward-Warre-ni coipaniy Ire--
-:It.- 1 tha. l;mi'zahle farce' "\V y
Ji '- L-ft Ho'ne" at tOie optlr.i
!i ,oi-' l:i-t ti.tit to a cro)wde-d hI eii- .
YM. (;,i- VWod.ilwatid., assi-te-d eyI t',-
I v.ly ic,,i' -. ke ptthe ;ln lieit'c with
;i tlr. il ;:i'i'i on their faces the wholI
.Vr,:it:,_',. iT h, -po ialti s. i ciicl iiiin
-ioi- m ry fini-e clas-cal mu-.ie, We re-
S\.-,il,. '''['ie' M idnim let M ;i-cii'-
r.c e \\i'! l;e tihe bill for to--ii til
A ill :1 1 11. l 111-# w ill iiitlnli i tl lly h,
!ill- '!.
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Mi-- Nc-limIe HIll \V ilk.-r te, Ir.
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lie -c-iie' ...e'l a- :i t>i.iTtie futlii-- r p --
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Lewis Bear & Co., Agents,

Pensacola. Florida.






Cohen, Friedman & Co's


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4 GREAT MID-WINTER .







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


Big Bargains!
IN I)RES t()OLS, SILKS' AND SAT'iIN.t.


Big Bargains!
IN TABLE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS EIt'


Big Bargains!
IN LAII'V-a .'MISSE.S'. (APES AND .JIAI lF I'. AN I IN LADIES
TAi LOR-M \iD IE .SSI.<


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES SILK A\NI) BRILLIANTINE l-KIRTh ANI) LADIES
FLANNEL ANI) SILK W IST'S.


Big Bargains!
IN 01 1K NTIKE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH HHOE iIDPARI
MIENT; VERY PAIR' (l 'ARANTEED.


Big Bargains!
iN M1 N :;. IlKl1S' AN)D ('CHI LDREN S 'LO'H IN(: AISO() M N -
SHIR''TS AND WIN1EI UNDERWEAR{.

Big Bargains!
IN (O)L'Ui MIILINERY DEI'A I'tMENT.
4:;ailor- ;iait I W alkini Hit-. w,-rtht $1 I I, t ini $l $ ro iig :i t thin i ig (t' ,,rt



Big Barguiins!
IN C'ARPE'r. NMATTIN(iS. W I))\V SlI.\iDE -.LAC('E 'I''RAINr-
1' it i-tv l repce v., d iireet froi .1ii i i ii **ni- n :r-loiil o MIittilig;
Hiiild-Oilint (C'n lari t DTI)!--i ; .i- low piri(,- will iirpfri'e yv l.
COME AND SEE THE GREAT R T.WOTION.

I Li,,ln-inhber our Trade D icoint. .' 1 If lf all (Cah Purchla.e .!

YOURS ANXHi' IS 1 'iPLEASE,

iCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.W-
JW."Mail Orders Promptly Attfindf-d To.l'


Coffee: Coffee!:
II C cffll the .attentio oli
M/n' 10'nr)(1 publici' to IIr
fvu'c flit n'tw haire' onpo/'"
/ile hest/ eqiippel/ Ido'.st'/rs*
i i the Sotl/h. (ilt/ fhit 'r
c(iL fl'urnish, this d/elifioIxS
/.v.'.rat;;e 1it pr'ieNs 1'1t/
<'/.// .competi/ion. II'f /.Iso
I'/.l'h to re#ntmi i //hii /1f/ l ourl
// ,/,.' (ire always i. /sh
/'-i",, the ]R?)aste.r 11 whilee
oth crs t re old( a n hdit 'r lost
their (trom1t, Oil' i's fresh
(i,/ ,/eicioi.s.
.Veit Orleans .;'rfcr/y Co.,
,IAS. .Af'll /'";/,
Phone 10.-. Pioprietor.


Mardi Gras Goods
Are triot all of a f; lin i e i ar'ol-r.
You will want too ce-Iebruate the
(lay by treating olr fF!tri-a ii .
Ca'.ill at Eutgeni- .Alhorit- Saloon and you wIll fi:tel 1all tio-
b--t brand-.

Furniture on Credit
IM,,ot beautiful lire of -ide- bhoard-
*.ve-r "-1.ow in th e- cit. \V ,rlphb--,
with irla-- (l for- o f -v,-r. etc-erip-
tion. from tlih- I',apest t., tI,- fin--t
Itill-top 'cretary eta- ;o antly
fini-hed, a tineinene oi f cl(ir.a' clo,-C t-.
afind agrv.l thiii i ( P >.. i. ,Ain ,... 1 i n t* ti._


Don't Pay $40 and $50

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Your Credit is Good at 0. M. Pryor's GREAT BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE......
Largest, Finest and Most Up-to-Date Furniture House in Pensacola. Three large stores, from 40 44 S. Palafox, all flled with the latest
styles of Furniture. You will find our prices much lower than those of our competitors. Kindly call and look over our new stock.
0. M. PRYOR'S GRE:T BTRCOGIN FURNITURE HOUSE.
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SOCIAL AND 4 4SNI


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'Win. It. Fal(tI-y ef NMrixni Ina r
:avf-1 ltwri' Ivi- flitghit atid r-.i
at tho' Mf-rchzfiat-.

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public fair the -.tate at lanef-.
M. A~t'l~ya t prominenlt =- w mill
mitt, +4 4 ,irri-ti4u. is ill lt 1 c4. t%. s
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Tho- dattee-antdtiji-da I drill 4of the
ipl#y Liht Ifanitry at !I:a-

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-UNDERWEAR!-


TBAT'S exactly what it. is: Two Thousand Choice Garments are
read for you Cor-et Covers. Chemises Gowns. Drawers and
Skirts You CANNOT POSSIBLY BUY the Cottons and Trimmings for
near the Cost of these Finishpd Garnonts' And they're made jus- a?
you'd have made them- same care exactly. They're ample in ev.ry
way; no skimping and at just about half the average wholesale cost.


Lot 1


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o.ur people have ree.cr scen.


Lot 3


25 Ceitls


Lot 4


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The Cloth and


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Trim n than ask for the complete garment.
Trimrinr cost more than c .sk for the complete garmentt.


Lo0t 5



75 Cents. 7
Here are goods worth $1.,0 to $1.25. and the buyer saves the price of a Dinner.


Lot 6Ujj.

$1.00. 01

God enogh for a Queen $2.00 would be the right pric for the goods.
Good enough for a Queen; $2.00 would be the right price for these goods.


-DRESS


GOODS


VAhUES-


MAN AND HIS MONEY.

THE VARIOUS WAYS IN WHICH BILLS
ARE CARRIED.

How the Mlan Who I mem a Rubber
Band Around Him Wad Firxem U His
Hull-Coln ( rnnks. 4ho ih ILke to
Hiendle New l.Mone.>- health In Ev-
ery Pocket.


k great imaii% men hava r~atljy jilea:i ~NEVEi FN THE H ISTI 1 l Y OF OURB I'~ i'EHAEW H
a! ttit 4I.tP1wri aig 1-i 'I sbills fai.rtr4:ativ li' (>111 r .+ lt a .- f Ia k t; tiod -assdo.0 rnit, otsi r -lhtvlv --,, to-day.
Pi ish faIl 'aci I Onr -ales ihalve n'-.-n 1.rizo ts an N'. D-1 ett.OW u14'11 Ifii'Lta
hatitdilitg. Out.n'a u st fl '. laill-to ti-fa t h t
sejiaa t ly. eepin ~. ~ I we .l s eI I e1 taly a-, larzitr cit its au. t-i sa"%-%o.il tth it'arli.The same
seltrjati ii? t e 4':i ig 41 ie jatis liif I hes irmav be Al V aI r as t h -l-Iepar tini- a t
loot-kethaaaoi''. T sl~li- ilet haulf'acltiIat~ues s'-
ti~iikiiug a Ismirs'i~a'.t'. 'li-zis a:4liiat-t :1
th lsiia hilWleiThis WTeek's Oftferitigs.
slItt' g,11.a'il :aL"TL-att i a;''12 ast 1 ll

T114,11 tht-ii'ellteIllitti l's hat) iii:aIe .143-inch Figured IM's~lr..f. r.......... rd.
Uthat raol .falUlf tlwi' l 61-:4. Tile hir-si -itich HIenaritttas f-.1t..................... v.-~ :tril.
nissltlk Itsv 14P I i' :1.sqitIll s'it-, rt. ti':a 4~-iiich IHe'tnrietta- faar ........... ...... ........o y 'ai rd.
Ivasid 414: .thvl1'01%t'\ I i-i1:1111 ,"41 :11,411 :22inch All W i0411lNO'VI- tV 6 ... Fr .'.. ..4 ,-va rdl
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sit' 14:a11141 4 'I sac'I issll s1 51,442 inch Silk (r,,s!sta= t'a'................... ....f-, '.
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4 ttly sl-4) -.S,'d by W'. A.-I ''A I


Medical Society. Attention.
The-re will b- a regular meeting t1
t ie P.-usacula Mdical Society a
t e Board *if Hoalth ,*fPt"- at
*'cock p. ai Tuepday. Fe-). 1: :ti( I27.


ALL DEPENDS ON TAYLOR. POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
D). raiverstic Pt.....1For MWiklei~gLou e- Ifr *'l 441art. in iloullt ii!44)t it. It. 41413Kdor
v I fi Ii *44(jianriil-m IL I
L't -VIE.Feb. 7 -Ta.ere is no ao 'rI* tr-- LasIll 0 (,1: i~ i.
tivitv in tmit:xa c''c es tt.day. -A d Id- tL~ w 1
pt'l4'i. (U iruonGv *no ru~ a",.ra nd the re* '::,'AI:-' ii1'~2 1) dohut
suit 01 Tilt autzkr s -N .!(-i-r.Ltionl of the a. 1..':. .2.4ll~'I ..:
a.'r~ei~ie:it .,rtwu uia: _m. An-i-t night's Il. 24:1ilxV-I
In. 9 li, (-rik t:'I, a::'i fur n:j r m.' 2 12 1' .',11 1i1.% IIl4'i ', A ''
1.ul-ILve tiirn.ht-.o:_:arr,-r~of (iurvertiur ~ '.1L x I.~ l.I Z41.,
lir'eckiiaui i ndin, hg..arurp were,
f-r a lCjI'-' .:4 '4 t,,w 9C 131 Lie. It ..i lilt *- '-41 .'..
i-, prni.sumiced nev w~i. ble tAi~el Up it' Ol.d* ~.L n'
-rtior oarierxfit ,, A III- :'r'1'-i.
Ner ra .con- -. 1..:'in )rat!:. UPn-'
ter- ),i in. 1- t' Ur- Ie n-'re, lit- u'.A :1 x i'~
1ihi. tile ,ttl(~iv,-rs : 110 t hones. .A oot,0t~ 1i..... I :~ h121
4)U ar- oil tteir way tio-ii C(m1.'uuin a'i A.:1,11T -' 1. i.. 1'4.
lt'w fc'iier, are at toelr h i..s tIn the j 'i.V. *sa
T1ut'v arp takiagno 1) (ocl4'ue-t ~ l*,.Ii
.iAn.'' e tuiTaipea 144 Lol Ihi liJr 214 1,11V1 4 v
are' a;,x.(.ti'. 22:c '' rauiiv4r:toa~traid :. ..I2a- .
i ,f u aI era I o, 0 v 1i r ( T'w h-I t, inar-
row, b~ut sar tthh-v st.. tysv i4'rt' uut~ .fles ...*h4
they are- given 'r. Iraa hat .,.1.!r:.4 1tIi
tiley will1,t 1:e cc II .I >.o. by thle i'.ul
A.p-~i1Ut-IV ornia. ", ---ii (if the


Lrrze de~egci: OnI will g *.I*-n here 1 .yII-,; 14. I-
or Fraiik~ort to attend tr.naorrjw'b ?u .- .1 I I'
aeral ex'-r-ise-:. Tat- Y,.uia M.-n'- 1 Dom. .A. :;1l t
orrati(' c~ub and o::wr party (.rg.Lu~a : r
tii.1s will be. well repreenteuw....1'.l t
NOVELTY HAS WORN OFF.2 : 2 'I ..

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a rni-sa..e lhad tj.-'4't rt-o.v,-,i iV! '. U 1 I 'I
6 uv r:; i, Lir.r Lh "igi'1tile ek-:ltcr- Si' l.'i 1.- *. '.
:-... ag c(J,hii it .-it* ar ttZ't ii'l-'it At4414 1. 111.144 2 '
bA t.1i :h i4gisilt' rs et: t. iir lbeds awai I J. I~ ~ n. trtca"ot
ga 11-r-dI in tie Ih-,! toldilt-jIt of Solihd St,-rI rt!-Si I vr And
pha se. Ie' nie..F~k n pii
'me rumor c'-W.'i n. be ccntf:711ed iig-r-Ki.'.fr~aa 4O4t
arig ti;.llev e(lI atdr. [.I,( file -' IT'Ittci'l"l
tt-nd 'tiit) io 0w tlil 'tItC 11eV t.l it 1 )li-t' O G DlE T R T
lt'wii a% -worn oti and a vci ntig, -wahhe LO G DI E T R

br1Kitw i-h 54) tthiv, aizit XIII 1t)DilibtOKNIGHTS OF PYTHI &S.
tiuis 1114ruliig, .41141 ---ver~tI ('44ik-.Liut's 'na.aliigeNt3.Kr1
*11111:lug near hlim e :;r* ,'cd ittue '-ie
de-ire 01".' L' 4'A rv 'Monday .-'4e.n-
I ,4 aT 7 '. ad t '-11+- uHall.
T'iert. were uno ill:ttwi~al nxt-:_Ab'r-, I. 1i tenll:T s)11 hall ut. N'.-tt
At .1) k *lilt. li;::, nr~.v'liep (iti'ris I\I-11tlnu i t-t.! 2r.ii cordial,'
r11:11' n.-.i fion rto.ir '-.rr~iscki' I( the i1 1 '\IP
Au '4,i Irv1 4i it i Irn)iaieu 4.1. -lj Pa


Cnht!'.4'II11.1ms, u.1 ;:an 4 r(1 tiattncewitcl, LIiv'e ( ak (Camp Na I %% i-qwdmiaii 14l It.-


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takt 11 (;U1(M3' 4. vai .Ot. ot '' el ( '


JoIlm Dii r. P-I-%. Vill#-. jild
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FROFEISOIONAL OARP.

DR. Wm. C. DEWBERRY.
orrICE-Sannah Bros.,' rug BSore.
RpvrflT"P%-Ofl,--4OO 'r. Jsviron i*rom

Win. H. Marean, M. D.,


7 ^'N Hai lomCopaliC Phys1ci2D anil Snii r,
Slfl !'..-t. by the Ili'l Proifcssi.n <,f
V- r a\ ta htI in- Best Tonic f,,r t'.- v,i- La'e o I l ,, r ( Hala. lal..
I .i... : frn,,' ellow Fever. Typhoid
ever ;kl All Malarial Troubles: I. I"- )t\;-r,> hi4 prof.so s iia! ,-.t r4.'4' to th ..citi-
.Nrves nd:vbi:-.,,uiu) trh.c nl!rcS,.t.,n. .p ,la! i t e ntion .v n *t the tr-%'mn..t1T
of 1 hro>nic1 l,'1 t a..-' irin' lli-,'lfn ,f
Paris: 22 Rue Droamt wA.'m-n atil ( nhilr,'n.
NwYork E.Fougera & Co.,26-30LWifnamSt II,. t r1'11:,'-,4 th ,.n.
-' < ,R.-.iddenc. I'bono No i.
----- Hresn .tr ount mnI'1'no -KIt

K od ol r. Wilmer Hal./
DENTAL SURGEON,

Dyspepsia Cure., lisonic Temple. Phone 364.

Digests what you eat.
It artiflciallydiget.ts the food and aids 1 nOWLI 3lIa
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It isthelatestdiscovereddige st- INU NC
ant and tonic. No other preparationAL U
can aptreach it 4n efficiency. It in-
stantly relieve-s and permanently cures -AND-
Dyspepsia, Inlitgestion, Heartburn,,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache.Gastralgia,Cramps,and Real E L A cents,
all other results of i mperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Cblcago- PENRAC'OLA, IFL..
Hargli-' Pharmacy, Jio, iiht .
pard KEPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OP THl'
1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I E'**r iB*- *rc cE &ur& .


mme 4'diseaslwithout% anyineon-
-ActijIP. i4~S,3LDBY ALL DRUGGISiS


SScrew Worms and Ticks. .
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Um w I


Are Instantly Killed when


SLOAN'S LINIMENT
is l. .'nkW.:- a Fn;- n,.. C-ir' S n t.
t .' -: '. .or I r .- I, ,; il :- 1
-.:.c a!.^ ;-t . .. .
Sloan's Liniment i- : 'n
an, Co:.C.i. "I.t .. ... ........... .


LEADINOI lFI E r, LIVE, MA K E,,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN
-LRAN('I' COMPANIES ..


I


LEW1IS BE~AR &.00~.. Whi.esaleDealer%. PeiwacoIli


(, Cold Weather
Coming. s ,1 : ..
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hl nl triia Itr '. \ wt ill : rl ">u t
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S tompso,. Olseqr 9

Coal and Wood.


TeleDhoan Nno. 147.


i )tlc,' 111 't Yaird : S. l. Corner /arragl 4a
anti Itnihow i"4lr..-'1-.


JJOHN PLJRDY,*

Foundry W Machine Shops,
"N' iKlWV I A1.\ 1K., ('OK. JEFFER-E N A' IN I'l N E STE-I S,


Telephone 341.


Pensacola, Fla.


i'I~IR'~'-. .\~I'I~lr-'.!.U'~II-.R 'I'i4'K-Ere ~. lIJ LA1ED


Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stnationtir- vand Marine Application.


--@THE 1?-


ALLIAITO


C-4r r7


iAtOON


; --.OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. @-


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


:THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR' RANDS OF-:.-

mHi+ [ Wm : COIDIAL,


-; -BEERS, ETC.,-4:


II WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


SOE AGENTS FHR


PENNLANI) RYE. WHISKEY,
I t R(O)K "HIIA1, So U i NIMAS H.
Ni'4:LL *ws'r(oNl- ItYle '%VISKN-.
ATL~ANTA HROWINO ('(,PANY S


MAX KLEIN.


- HALL & KLEIN,


RETAIL GROCERS,
502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,


T4olClhXCr 8O801.


fg'ITt Fx E ti'4Ive i Knpr'.v-if-hit- ini Our Place )f ti: tnw


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

j\ General Metal Workers.

YLT u-Maula-e*M of M HaNdwrm for te

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
Ciomet Oitfits alNW M h ted, miilq ei b II C

MOBILE, ALA.


General Agents of the EQnitabli
Life Assurance Society of the -
United States, WM. J. HALL.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900. 7


ROBERTS-KITCHENER

START TO THE FRONT

Commander and His Chief of
Staff Leave Cape Town.

:70 ADVICES FROM BULLET

,1't l '",, l II I. th,- II .n.
of ( *in ,.*t .%. tn 1) c oar- th.- 1 iseo
H ts (e m 1- 1t I1-I i h lt r by I{*C-.
( glai7 ox tl l l"M ) r l 11A. p l

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A, \:) N, Feb. '-x:ethe ruspen-e
regard in;: Geural hi It-rb itireuilen*9
and the ,;-erauo'ns affecilng the late of
!Ady!iv-ntnt coutmuiC! cure "eve& even
by tne vagure',5t 4sac ,there corn! -
from ottier quarters interesting news in
tue anflouflc-i-rit that kield Marthai
Lord R.:q-rts, tue commauder-in-cbief
of tile Lritiih forces in South Arirc3i,
atij his chitf of @'taff. Major Gencrai
i: t;Kitcbeut-r. have left for ibe front.
As tt-s uaformatidb was beli i upfor
llevvral bour,; by tue Ceuiscr. it seem~s to
i2.ui1 itet, tat an iuiportant M(.5.'tluelt
(Dsco lt.
A d spatch froin Storkstrnoin. uiated
iw. trnixnl. annilunices that itie ]Boers
a- -w !~~L-ing.'ncsra. taamalrrtI- in t
(Ire, *1 1 3 F.T~ntI9W--Th Iltl trtoi-eedinx I
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Prifula i. t h1 rnvt obistirate of blood
troubles. aini i-s ftnfi tin'' r,-tult of an
inherited taixnt in the 11, .d. S. S S.
is ti.' <.nly rtm'-dy \w:i,'h :g,,. ds tel
enou)ih to re::,' -r.'f ia : it fItrces out
every trace of the disease, and cures
the wor-t casts.
My 'on. Char'ie. wan affictpd from Infancy
with *<-'rofuia. ar:l hie uff,-r. so that :t wal
in :p.s--il ile to (ire-s i.m
for three year-. H is
head arli l".iy were a
ia-- ',f sore-. ar.rd i!i
V'y. -'!4iit al-( 1 .It-eame
affT' walz spar.d- tlat we
thought wtu-ud rri,-lve
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ever 1i7n cure-d, when
tJy t IIe atvi,'- ttf a fr-It-nd I i
We" :v' him S. S. S.
lSwift' T wp(' 4-T A de-
tided nil pr--v2n-nt wan the reu!t. and aftev
he had tauk'! i nt & i,7*'n b-.Tt'.1- nt tont- wi kn-
of hi- h frmPr ireadfu, cfi;(ltiuiin wIou.,i hav(
5powa!i7i?-t d him. All :hli- .-re., ,tn hi- \',dv
livt- ltn-a!pd<, hiis skin :. p-rf#-'tly <.lf:ir :and
sm'):oh. aud be hab 1-en;i r- 't.red t' I",.r ri-c
health. MB. 1 S.R N. ANIA :Y.
8.., Elm t.. Macon. <.a.
For rta} blond trouit'.s it is a waste
of ti::rt- to 9xplett ii a 'trr. ftic l tholi.t' (
tor- BhloI dis(,n-,- aur beyond theil
skill. Swift'a Sp.citi'.


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FIVE NIGHTS!


Feli I TUJESDAY,:Fl.I


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WOODWARD-Rt

WARREN *


Great Specialties!
A l.I. THEt ; A\ *,i;i'I "


Popular Prices: 10. 20 ard 30 Ccn's.


' I N 1; H T,


THE MIDNIGHT MASUERAD


BRITON AND BOER.
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Furniture at all Prices.
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k it'll.** 1 alll;i tl -T w ith ll -:i f l,. 'if tj
cvh ,-:- fl tlr, :inl r -iw,- r- f r
k it''l ,i- Ut ,i-il- i, l t:tlplv.w r, .ir .
( l' Il : l d XI i llinl l it'lill :it ) M ..
I'P:.- r It trgain Furiitnr, H ,,tt-t.


1.;,lr-,rd T by all P'h -iciarn. th'
' l11 y l-a-.r u lb- lut.ly tree tnm adtil-
t '# : t t ll.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSA\(C()iLA.
Try It. Oa Tdp a' ',rl a1oons.


PR IZ M[DAL DRILL AND GRAND BAL


*.,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 Date, Thursday, February Sth.




Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

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

+ Rooms foe Rent by the Day, QWeek or Month. O
311, 312 lortk Tarratona Streit, Opposite Unioa ODpot.
0-Teiephone 68.-O
---.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.*:.
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
._ -[ FRESH ViGETABLES RCtIVI DAILY, IDOLEULE AID RETAIL. -
I,,,+,,,,,, Pensacola. Florida. : *""


I-. C. 8h~i.N I.
I 'rt iii' 211.


W KN WI.i-'-4.


V, K. il FIR. a- .
: i


0 'Ic


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


A We draw our ,wi, Kills ow f Fi re!:nte on Ejrit W ritain. Ireland
Ocrmauy, Fraince, Aun-riAi, Italy. H ii and. Kpui, e. -iluii,, Ru-, ia, lor
way, Swedeu, Dri.mark and other E'ur,,pe.au countries.
AlilVeselse Disburned upon the Mowt Favorable Terms, and their
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Detanatious Ten or Fifteen Days
af.er VesHel Arrives there.
AW'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for theUsm
of R.ed*tne.


SOLr, AGEWT FOR


KENTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT ITS NAME IMPLIES
c.-THE -


I.TRAGER & CO.
DISTILLERS, CINCINNATI.
PROP BANNER DISTILLERY 5'-"DT.KY.




Peter


PETER BElit,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


-1I1-. L.EK IN-


E[ RYTHING"F, FIRT-ISS


WhIlies, Wines, Cordialst., Br, Etc.,
i th I .'-t aro'. M's -' I' pti l: r I I :til,'*.


Jug Trade a Specialty!
fi ,l.-r- l'PI.;tp ly -l .-I t 'i. i Sati-factiorn
I'u w-a i l l i I .
Renm umber the 'lace,


Bell,


201 East Intendencia Street.


A. M. AVERY,
(r I mor a Dwr 4 Wev ou)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP


THE HEINE ACAf MY OF MUSIC, E aacre,
N 'i. s N ort'; Pi tli fo,,t t ,i (.t.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal. Iron, Nails, Axes, Bhovols, Saw Mill and Hteamboat inU[iplies, Cooking
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant. and Heating Stoves. Painut. Oil, and Window Glasm,
S.... '1" "'.;:;lit',;.i.::;' Agate and and Ti nware and Housefurnishing Goods.
I' 21.X ii II III + ]IAI TI' nantsl i Mciii- 1 ;;IA aa aa wm ~ m lu~=uuls su


WEEKLY MCIIEI)UL].
FOPK STEAM DIVISION
PENSA('OIA t L (CT"IC TIMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Train lIiave- Pen-acola for the. Little
.tayou. Palnmtto HB-ach. % arrington, Navy
ard anid io. -rt Karrancas at
'l:t a. m.arrlive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
.: m n. arrive at Fort Barrancas l,.45&a.rn
p.m.arriv- at Fort Barranca 1:45 p m
,.; p im. trrir v.at Fort Hirra .itn 4:- i:; |) I
*,:l p. m. arrive at Plo-t Barranca- 7:li'p rm
:** p.in. .alrivetat 1iort Harratncai 4:465p.rn
Trains ltave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
7:*i a. m. arrive at Pensacola ..... :15 a. Ir
I I :4t p. m. arrive at 'enu acola......... 11:46 p. m
.:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 46 p. m
5.,1i p itn arrive- t P'.n-acola :45 p in
7:00 p. m. arrive& a. Pensacola......... 7:46 p. m
'S:45 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 9:0 p. a
*.aturdavy only.
In effec; Dec. 1st. I-9'
SUNDAY ICHBDCD.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort BarranosM
9a.m. 10 a. m.
11 a.m. 12 m.
1 p.m. ip.m.
2 p. m p. m.
*p.m 4p.m.
p.m 65p m.
6 p.. 6p.m.
8 p.m. p. m.
PARK FOR WEEK DAY*.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 45c
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ... SM
Pensacola to Palmetto Ifeach and return 16c
PARM r"A G DAT
ieeasools to jrt Barraml1e Nav7
Sard and return .... -r
Penacoola to Palmetto Bemb aad


Goes, Pistols and F,,;hing Tackle.


AGENT for Birming am R ling Milla Corij.,ry k~, r.- Glans
Stitched Eelting, Northampton mrnfry Wheel ConipAr;7. Laftin & Rand
Powder Company, Johnsron' Kual -,ir.i, Iron ingi and i'1-k'- Stovpe-
and It:tngis. Win.Coupe Co "s Raw "' L- Lace L3ather, Madary's Ready
Mad. Railroad Colors.
Masonic Temploe, Penaecola, Fla.



ThT TIE IIWS' WAIT COLUMI!


AITEI
aitedl to bhi all k io SIcg NlGO
ahld Forlitiro, Ihrstuias c. I .
Illru it In 2. N ot M2


~"'CUE OUSE~rChinese and Japanese

*-Fancy Goods,-:*
:TO 1'tEv 44 1C, f w A L GO I
qV4"4T' I .sd by IB ruggtata.
r. ~ A. *'~'~ ~ No 31 booth iaao tet
LO'71-..I
v!.-. r I- r -..-A. Irv&r..- E


V I -- WM. H. K14OWLES W. A. BL~OUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. 1-IYER.JR

.-. -D. G. BRENT,

i't't.it 'IE~siii~ua I~t a.ai. Il. I I I I k m Blight mi SolA
4 tlj i :i i1 311,'r4-ai vi


'OPERA II()USE. iI IS EEI!

ONE NIGHT ONLY: '. IN LIN B


MONDAY, FEB. i.


8.


k,, ,*0 }PLA..\ <'


\':W MUI'-IC


--Ilrlpo ;t,.,] O'llscor-o :a--








I- I


8 THE DAILY NEW4: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


1111 AIJIARTERO -TQAAPII

w-v---v --VVW"VOWNFQWW-, Norhk Riobert Berspton. s%3, Jensen,
..,Pi t~ 4a minA -


"Plase. sir, will you bu3 my chest-

"Cbestnuts! No:" returned Ralph
Moore. looking carelessly dowu on the
upturned face. whose large brown
eyem, shadowed by tangled curls of
lazen hair. were appealing pitifully
to his own. "'What do I want of chest-
nuts?"
"Please. sir. do buy 'em." pleaded the
little one, reassured by the rough kind-
*es of his tone. "Nobody seems to
care for them. and"-
She fairly burst into tears, and
Moore. who had Iln-ii on the point of
bruhling carelessly past her. stopped
Inatloctively.
"Are you so very much In want of
the money :"
"Indeeds sir. we are." sobbed the
child. "Mother sent nme out and"--
"Nay. little one. don't cry," said
Ralph. smoothing her tangled hair. "I
4l6't want your chlestnts. but here's
a quarter for you if it will do you auy
gad."
He did uot stay to hear (lth delighted
ft-bks tie child poured out through a
ralnbouw of smiles and tlears., but stride
on his way. muttering between his
teeth: "That cuts off tuy supply of ci-
gars for the next *-4 hotirs. I don't
care. though, f,;r the lrowin eyed object
really did cry as if she hadn't a friend
In the world. hang it: I wih I was
rich enough to help every poor create ure
Out of the slough of dhs-p ind."
While Ralph Moore -was indiilging in
theme very natural reflections thlie dark
0 orbed little damsel w hoin lie Lad c'm-
forted was dashinn down si-ret with
rapid footsteps, Iftterlv regardless of
the basket of un-ohl iunts that still
dangled tiln llher arm. Down an ohb-
scure alley she darted and up a wooden
stairnac- to a1 rorom wher a pale. n-l*It
looking wonan wis sewing as busily
as if the breath of life d-puended upon
every stitch. aind two little ones were
playing in the sunshine thit supplijd4
the place of tihe albsent tire. "Mary.
back already? Surely you hRve not
sold your clh'stliuts so soon'"'
"0Oh. n'ii liher *so<4 .ej:'ulated (,( Ithi
breathless hillll ".A gs-,iitiu:a:n Z:iv e
me a8 wL'.;h If athlpih ll "r'- ** u', ll ("11'i y lin' s-.p
tile ral; iit'. \ l'1i i;1 .i s T:111ill >ih l T.r t::.
la )d lifitel; l ;l ii ',, : '!i: i .\ ft \ 1" t <'il
lanaiii'. hl h ,iil liIto tii.!g ii -i I! I, -i -
his |>r'i i t *,- i ,l" <".(1 : -
Yrhi' r *: i i : ,I 1. 1 \ :.t ii '!'i :t! it

chs <'s iiri -i l I.:I' -l,, xi.'u ii' N ,'' :1 ,,'
I0:lllih \!.,..lr '" l,, i I 3. tiit M 1 :l !'v I.*,*.


T he( (ri:',u n!i \\ iii! \\ 'ri t:iin, w .-;*<,
1,S.! st |:'1WV iIto -hlu till! 'lit Sat'll
anid loa.lst of th, l :ti. c ilk I ) liln. r iI :;;,t
A flir- \ ;1 ;i ,! i i't-l lo ,.lrit it1 t.w
grate. :al I ithat litinti r i I-li oia s :i. :o ;iih r
% itli 'is it znl:is r1:i:s' li1i a ll 'l p.,liliu l '. l
silver 'lvi\' thing \''.:a \\;aitiug for
the ipros'trweir f Mr. .\niiih-y.
"\' \ ul -arll it !)-, l:;,.t *hl't:iid-i p' "
Maid1 \"s A. undl'y. a fair. lianl -iiuit
miatro n of aalnt :;i, ;is s!- gl:inct-d ;it
lier tiny v :i:-.h.
"1iVic' a n man i' hl lii:l in i n
Stui3.. Ail:i 0:1 business." sa.'' d l,,li, r 't
Ausdiy. pr"'tt;y 1iov i f 1: years., w'ho
was r-'a:. -iin by tlh- lirte.
"'i'l' (-c'" hin a1i n in." s:iil Mrs. .\t:tl-
ley. st lit: n tZ to ailt' di.or. Ituit as sit'
opened i Ilt.' g:asliglht f'all on thsi f:t'i'
of a -undi lIt, lo(okiiti i:;uman ill t, readh:liro
garit:n'til wl -ion l'. Isinh g tilse house.
while II'! ht:-- .lti'l stood ill tht aloor-
way of hi< istul. api'r oiarontly re:-liev'al
to l e ridi )f ii: \ i,:itor.
"t 'i ,irl,." s. ih NI Mi-. s. A.ullcy. "' wl., is
that ;!!tI ;ao-l l;;:t dsi'es he want "
I an" int:,e is M.% or'. I itslisve. love.
ani hle e.nlo to -se if I wouhil give himi
Sthe a-anat po itiiion in tIhe b:lnk."
"'Aud '.\ 1! you'." she eu-i.-,'!y ask'il.
,P n't ltnow. '1ary l ii'lst Ilhi:ik
about it."
"'liharles. give hiahn lhe situationn"
"Why. tiy dear."'
"*Beau.se I ask it o(if 'you a:i a f;tvir.
amn yuou hliav' said a huii'n-i'l titis's yrou
wotill ie\ s t ditl-Vy ii,- :toiytli~ ."
"A.til I ill k -'lp my l oin::i *. Mary."
Rl i tk)llnati' 1, .- '1 v. ill \\it < l< t'll.,' a
outle thlii.- 'a rv ,\ < .'i, .. '
An hou'r 1:'..,r. v ': n the i liillr>'n
1n t.ii,.ko l -nuigll in lI-al. Mirs. A. ul-
"'y tl 1 i: i' .';- ;inli \\'li.h si,' w'as in-
tw -.- -'., !' Itl'f f.:t' of ;t llanl; wrhl Sea
fai-' -i' li:i< o l fitll firz ttot n iln "i years.
"Thli: s aui;.il. ;it. l.tte w'ife." -aid her
husl:-. nil '.;i;'' ti nl l:il, \'aas tin-


4l. >'N '>-sor fi 'ru-t swil \' l> lii.Is
beenl kind to %'-uIi in 1li<4' Iixi's \\ lien y'u
melded, kilithix,'ss m1o4st."
allph NMoore as sitting tiat self
anie night in his poor lodgings besidle
his wife's sickle.l. wlihen a iverit'd
servant brought a note from the riili
and proslperous ,oankcr, Charles Aud-
ley.
"'Goodness. Ik'.rtliha." hli exlai->ll-d
joyously a- htie r.'nil thle wori'. "\\e
shall not starve' Mr. Auilltey liis iprot,;i-
i 41id me tihe I kl' .itlini."
"Y1iu 111a\1i l'ropi) 'tl sometlhiti. front
tlih note. I:lllih.'" N-:id MI%. MNt,,re araind
xpointdtil' Io a slip of pl:Ilr oit tihe floor
Moort, sto'i'tled ti ,pit k it1 u1 It was t:i
$SI bill nl t:illy fl-hledl in :1 |l iceta.' of l-,:-
per. ou \\hii'h was \\ lrilltn:
"In girtatcful r>miicmirilnice of the s 1-
Ter illarit-r ttial n kind stmlratgr b.e-
stow d >:i a tc'-4-tln1 l i:-i 2-'i years
ag- .
Italph Mt.'re-,' I!i'. i''s \\ n hlis :', or-, I
of lit.!l i:;i 1:' a\lt: Ift'er im:mim iti. a !t.< :t i n I :il.

'fthingso setsoff a hojme
as handsom e furniture.
Marston & Finch hare an


fwv -P *. .v to 1 L uCo
ARBITKD.
Am sch C;.ff-.rd J. White, _S2. Dyer. Cien-
fu(to to no A Morrl.t &Co
-r .s Nile, li iO. Morris, Hbvaca, to H H
I horn ton
CLEARED.
Span as Leonora l.,07. Bustinza, h' Gu f
Trauuit Co for 1 iverpool. with 3.1iU sbq
lialesc eclton. 4.4#7 sks s m-al, 31 114 hub
<'orni, l6.i0Mti pci ink staves, t$',Kt4i b It lumbe '
valued at Sir7.01
AT QUARANTINrK.
Ibr bk Ann"te Bingav. ,0l, Otterson, IRabin
to tSaars. Duuwody & 4o
Rus, .hip tolumbu.. 1722. lDurchmain,West
Hartlepool. to W L Wittichb Co
Nor bk laibfghtl:ir, 1.5. Anderson. tarston
to S I. Co
No0 lk Lady (ladrs. 127%. Jacobsen, Lon-
dlon to V'enuas-.la Lumbir Co
Nor hk Lonaifelldw. 77"t. -vendw ,n, Ham-
tu I g to W' o Ke) ser a Co

THE 8HlPPINI.
VmSSBIA IN POnt!
STRAmESKPS.
'r Attu ar. 1-.-.. Suilliv'on. cld for ;r.niim n
ir Ar-livu. i.nl s llith. to Bilitars. luni-
I;r IartIluoor. 1-I1:. ibm- "'o Haars, iDun-
wiooly a Cu
Hr Hannah M Bell. 1'I:', Harnard. to tulf
J'ran-il t' C
' pata Li onora. !'ul;, Hui-tirizi,. cld for Liv-
<.i-r MI .,' sa i.'ll .t Iler, tolHaars., lua-

It Avon. l,>0!. -cl.,aitlino. to Rosa-co Bro,
t!,- Barrn,,daw. Ill-7, Patt-er-en. to It
%\ I,,t1 .r:.:i I 7 Kral.. t'- ordl-,r
Ni1 Pfl'it.ian ii, 1i;, alv rsei to) H H
IH.% v Ier
it Vanioo. ";.-,,. 0:.'. air, to I.o--a-co Bros
BAEKS.
Iar \'-<;hloni. :''."i. (i alltrands n,. tio M. I.(Co
l i #. u-tI ralii, .," i'i ia idt i to or(l,.r
it Aio-tliatid' 1 *irztitnuo. 1 Torrizano
rrinidin itl) (order
it .v %it.tiic C, :---. Iragini'. to laars. Dun-
w.dy A Co
It riatti utina Madr-. 72-', bciftecarana to
it .fr-mrxb :.. Co-ta. to Haar-, Dun-
N ar Iovi ,-. Lar'-. i. to W I, W itl l-h
&Io
Nor Henric Ih-eu. '. (iaihrelhPn. chi for
Ilus' Hil.;i. a ';74. K arit-rn. elti for Ro- srmpo
hi II.ld.. 7;' t :s l.ttlllma, -. for t, l% \stav c-
'hlia hltil'
Nor K illy. t;. I'-drekr-n. to Faars. Iun--
wody & Co
Ni slini iareth-. i,'. larsen, to W 8
K,"y-.r &, i 'o
N tr ,i lphelia. 1 .'' e-der-r.. to 'Pen-acola
i.lr i so
It Proi perilno i.-;. l)od>er -, to W 1, Wit-
* lti A- Co
N ,i" ljl:.a *'.7. I-Haii-l.i. aid for lite it--
; .i\a *U
N ] .- "' el '* ,.- r'. 1 1)ilt s' -'" '. Ts (irdn te r
(,*,r 5.ut ..i .i-.-.'-- '.- ->- i-ial, it itianirb. JiuiU-
I' i Cai:,, Ai ..t:,". to laar lDun-
S"i .,,i. I... ';. t ... .-' Fo. r t l t.li t a.-

11.- ... t. ) l 'rll


I4


. H ;rnI:tol'.lt. d:*


-" i lI \t 1:.

;11 L -t A Malt '. I'" i- :. It' Illi.-'
'ia:i I ';i\' i lO-'k -.. t or i<>, t .0' 1.
a i H ;.: :- H i .. n-. i.r-km". <*I
f. l" t'., t At; 1
Stit H -is- .o "'. A iIiO. to tloia-tier
'ir \ l'i ii;tia .l111. Rolt.-rt-. cid for
t.o t '. 'i; 'a. .1 iti a M er i tt I t

1 A'LEAKiRE AND SAILED FOR PEN-
BACOLA.
sykAiamhs,
RTRAM ItCH IPS
-' I t ..". I'a J l.i dau ii H alibulrt
I) mi i *,
amt I: i,. ;t i i- ;' t .M I-ham l--
L'.iti- i. N.'' :, N. i Mnrtin-tii. i d Harry.
-t *I.M. H .". I-., tl'- r <'r iyc \ *Ii'i-m .l n Iii
* :t tlllt. Alll-' -a' i, il'lv t ii- 1-
IF -ii sa i .i:.: Mr. 4. Rtl Ko minm-o i, -itaonli:s
/.mti./.llti'. tr. -' I 'wa ol-a fi-,.
Hll Pe
'at. ,-. t .Z-r. :!< i l illa .Iait: 2.7
6 t's rrin li.. Nh ',. ,'l l.isv I'rpiool I l-c. I:
BAseKS.
.\'iaI i A r-t' liin It ld lirkrihi o-l .la n I
\atit'i, -oir. 12 -. Id Anitworp lIo- II
io',i.h ti. It. '- -ad i-artelona ,Inin f
I it h is. u-''A .t iad >I l .I ll.ai 1
IDl C i'i.f ni. I hI% *o'ni- T,,-nri .Illt
A -;, 1% W i, lm 0e(t l.1 i. -li Hull. I.1in I 1.'
F,- Itr"',1 F'r :i '*. 1 %% I I outo i,?I S ,11 It
I-'t ot *Tl';ihitetrk .t-;lvr-. Nor.-'A'i, at A.tliti
', L' *
u--i'. "o-. 's' r. -it "rt-*ui ,m's ',
-. ati o< It. hId T l lu i- lt-Is ?;':
nah>'<-. It .7'4 'Aiii Ni- t'l-i ,i-ptli i2. asbo ti
N.',\ t"i [it' 'ori hatai l
i !.t ilt. Nor .*< '. .. I"i if1etwool(d. .Itti. "'
t.lv r V -., i..l 1 i- t,' i i l'-<" li
uI ll.. gl'auut. 47 -'I1 H tilva .lain I
H.l ii ihan i lr 4a-n Nor..Id rliarit1anit'lnr Nov li
i'-hanni'-. Nir. l't I on-Iur! I i, h
l.Nf. Nor. *I i lu l)uil:, iit I ;.t
N '- u-d I."' drIn .Ian f
....1:1 '. i. -tl Iel l ai r ii -1
I.ll", It. l. -I v.. ,i v y
v, 'i r'-. Nor -Id I'tsie Tol n .Iii. t
iA.. aisei N'"-' '',,. -Id Le tlh'alu'y Ii
Maio,'l'il. It. -1l HtmRhurg. No:\-
N .' 'st Nr -.1 -t.r.--;isick l .' !T7
S' a*1 ,;- r. ] i Illnaio n .la:. -'
n. H t.. t l. I I'lICice e&c "'
0 .r n It .; d t.t ,u li -s \ 'rr i') 4
1. 1 -r.-. i'. ( ;- 1 ,t A l .lst tlaritt JmIi li
i-.-i' I? i'It H 'o-i asatiims Hems' !.a" N .;
p'o',.s-.- It.-. Il Pal2rmo .uiy ."'
..... -':itfi<-i. N i-u. -Il t-1 1 ti -r Jan
i';1, lu r r',r- i -Id ll I.'-ri-Il i .1 1i 4
'a 1ii. / .-:t :;. t ,' ,''i. t .! Mnt -', !*'.i Ja 1 II
:tiy, ,er. .;d 1.,i .liai ira n o d :. It
oaouoeaa-.
1'!1 l' s. Lu .,~a.-i. foads lb.-c 2
Anno- tienient.
To accommodate those wheo are
pIa'tia:il to, the use of atiimizx-r-, in ap-
plyina liquuid- into the tl-ae l pass-
. -rn i-tor- pr,-pare ICrs-am l:ilm ill
limqild form. wlhic8i will be- known a-
Ely'- liquid 'r-eamn HBalm Price-
includingt the -" tayin;g tub i- 77,
ct-. Druizzi-t- i,'r by mail. The
liquid form 4- b'dies- the IIt-dicinal
pro;',-rtis- if thle -iuid p'rp-i'rationi.
('atia Bail:n i- i'(i;ckl ah-oi hed by
.ht-e minbr.i'a- atiid does nit ldry up
il,' t-cretio ; but hative the-in to a
niatual't a ind I-ealthy v character. Ely
]rtothers. -;i Warroen St., N. Y.

(;.'t Sal I. -33c-". rice- 0on Carpen-
tr-i' Tool-.. tarden Tools and Shelf
Harldw:ari'- b-fore -ou buy. ati;, stve
In'lley. 7f-tf

Bull ir 1. ci:nche-d l..s po.it o:i
no :.-. ti,'ttl. b:ii(k iof the lugela
Si' ha I-it 1 t1 i:; itti-d h-avy gull i alld
the itif.tiitry i u.. .w well iiitreuciied
.- -4.. i. .. .- .. 1r P Q ml It ''t lld


HE WAS HEAVY.
4&d There Were Tll- Wbhea s
W1lhed He Wasn't.
"I see by the papers that Joe Grimes.
the bicycling giant. Is attracting a good
deal of attention hin England at Rres-
ent." said a local wheelmuan. "Joe has
paid a number of visits to New Or-
leans, and his mammoth proportions
Ire so familiar on ;le streets that he
no longer causes the trolley cars to
shy. as they say he did at the outset.
"The last time he was here was dur-
Ing the carnival of 'SOU. and he took oc-
casion then to ninke several side trips
to small towns in the vicinity for the
purpose of seeing local agents or ibe
bicycle tirni he represents. On one of
those trips he had n peculiar anld pain-
ful expelience. lie found ho' would
have to stay overnight. and before go-
Ineg to his room to-turn in lie told the
clerk of thte hotel that It would be nee-
ess'ary to put s[litit lxxes Iliilier the
bed as a r'e'-nfnorl-titent to enable It to
support his ."0I) o;ldl pounds of solid
flesh.
"Ti'i clerk gave thei order to a thick
hea:i'dll darky chaliaaii'>rmaaid. iiho wi'nt
down to to e th sto'rimIu a1ndi s'l'vit-cted
four or five very .fslimy s(vs's mu;tle off
vensering lin:i lt:l on m -t hie 'hi ,vaf-rs.
T. ..i .i ...-i .A t l1 __ -


slwfno x]n0one.' n"jvr P OLITCL AHOBICEift.
SPE 4L POTlO ES. 'HAVE JsT received a nice ine of O.
I wedding presents from E. o Zadek a Co.
SCall aud aspect them at Et Urelory W *
street. 25J-f I hereby announce mwvelf as a candidate
S-- for re-election to the odice of sheriff ol i*-
Oft -AT wjo'. MiMUPiC. cambls county. Vlorida.and solicit thesuf-
o% --- -.--'--- --- frages and interest of all my friend.
P ROL. UZ KE' clIasses for viouii,, piano. Ge>o-S K. -*ITH.
i ,'1m. 1 mandolin An1 foreign languages in bis
unw studio ~-t West Ielmont street. tor at f
OST-A diamond ring with old tline set- Miss Cawtbhin's censervatoryv. Private
i. tlng. Return. for reward, to Mrs. Mo- le-sons at pupils residence; orchestra and I hereby announce myself a candidate for
reLio. 2 East iregory street. Sf-tf ensemble practice. lld-ff sheriff of Kmnambla county at the silog
-- election. J.CU. VAPIEf T.
SL, I ).. _._ !" Ik ]!. I I~tl. Fao Clerk of ,be Chuide OGlrt.
f)NEY TO LOAN ON PERtiON AL pr F'LtOWERS and Horal Leitgns- I hereby announce myself seaeadlot
property Apply to A. A. Flher, Fisher C MSpecta de-igns ordr,-nr far eu-tmiers for re-election as clerk of the eireollt court
Building, Palafoxz street. Jitf Mi.s Violetltle Moreno. :; es iregiory. of EseembIa county at lthenoluong electoll
phone 32-. I-Wdlm .and ask the support of th. voters
L oans negotiated, 6 to 8 per cent. -- A. M. eCMILLAs.
Binkley & Daniell. ml3tf Ilto.r- 1-'or l.'u l, ,co.
Of For Tax*O[t'Sictor.
LOAN AT ILOWEST RATES OK IN- L'LoWERS R O FI'NNERAL4 furnished I herebyannouo*omy*elfas a candidate
I ERESr "A% ALWAYS BE Oil- Promptlyvin truquet- ,r-pecialadestuss-,. for re-eiection e Tax C'olectorof escam-
:A4INEI) 1Y PARTIES HAVIN(IN 4OOO M)ss Vi"lette Moreuo. ::1; West atr-hwry. his county. and ask the support of my
iBECUt'JTIE hY <-ALLINIG oN WIL- phone ;:lt. .:tinm friends and roters generally.
LIAM FISHER, :41, o I'H PALAFOX A. H. D'AMBnnTa.
8TREEr. HAIli (<()(),IM.
1 l-_ew.Tom.',v1 T__ "i a Cll r.
F YOl' WANT To )BORLiO 4 MONEY |[its. ARAH HiElKhF-ManufactureIr Ih. many frlendsofJudge B. HonIfay
If nve-t nion-y.v, nure your property. pro- v1J. and n.-il.er in Hnar ( ...t.-. Hats Toilet having obtained his consent hereby an-
cureabstractsoftill.., buy or s*i rrea es- Articles. Hair il. etc..; W. W. Uiovernment imunie ihim as aeandidateforTal'olleetor
arte. re-t property of any description, have street. of K-cambia county at the ensuing election.
rents coll. cted or our taxes attended to., A- .MAY VOTBis
cali oIl i adilre'-, l'hih. C. Wet-on A Co.. A &( lo.-%"Nl' vA.' Ir-il.s u
*Ieal ..tatte aia. Insurance agents. P*ensi- <" I._ F A_ l l.'or Tox A, e r.
-'ia. iah',la. uharI-'ii. uswmoderat'l. Tl evryonvFe 4* I NT 1- hl I'nddae" ",p p--riu-.t rh!,. ,:ndltlay of Wal'Iam W. Richard, ,a
l, ura I t[r: us we will n* uporny p n l .'hltre-s..hiatndleour wtiwtier h.. i" onni.un ed for re-. lietIln as tax a~-
With -.hitel to huio! a house. 4ld-tl ftnny ri.jhe-r ,.llir. i. cih!t. osom. oln;.y --.or for E.-emblm C f int.y.su ect to the
--- pitnt'!ted ecirli -kl All ci;or-: onl. goto>i- S.itii 1otf the de iocragic prinmare'.
.e 1 1 -' "- I larni Ir ,I': ,. 'T -- : lrtll con llll-d.i :
il 1. 2 T N i f ri r,.n.., rn..,r. .t r .rN,':nt.%lot.sr. It I %..r .cho .I .saperi eni .len t.


flfl e Ilfore mki i iu- 3lza v chni-les, 3and.i. !Rmov.t l. ,im id wigbh,)lerh( I i. t"" .r-at~w '-
auppqysl~nz *'iverytliin;- wasls itrl iht. leh'e A. attpit re.iniofi4t St. %f I v, *N P11P-4
let ht itself ico. The flinent ftlie struck (t uN n ir~rm xKII'.Iill XK The captaill. k4i ihCr'
the miattretss the "whole thiiing vedialtisol lurir),Ynd-t'! urri.tIno tii so h rt
iui~I~4~it .\ i~1i I{.E. Puil''ck It ]II~i Ai A ilt. iiiimo- W ai I tiotA i-
Thet i-lIl Is snappjjh-d like mthutteis.tilhe W ~uli.-r tbu iva. sjn i~i lbihifor de-t. .no~urwt-
thoxes %were satertidl iie cze-;hvlls. :-___- .__ 'd OF bs-cr"1 f.4f tad ves-s.l

the tI~lmr wvithlisutlpg rliiiIft ,.trah-Iii't Ju!~~Iii-: E .--.rap in n:t-r -fit~ii
lip Into. The.air :and.1him h.:ead prowtruiijhng i: !.zid.t Ij riu-. I f i1i ER titaplt
front the ether end of tli%- %wi-eckage. n' i ni* r.t ,.i.h.rfr i i k!t i i.-t. II i r
wale %v a-4stlk fasttit ha p st ion.: ~t~u:o--.ri-qiti -,...y*-: tr. il. %I II~ i ~ i i t-ii-ti
l)4)~It1flmy fairin a; rfttiiio. .x'ith i)r i ,j itt ACt.. II t 'h crew
anld Lis g:i%1I It bulk areven'iti'l ht~im fot n Aiitl~ iIul Ntievk .A 1, %t --itt 'l At -itfur. 'if -ttid 4v..--t.1s1- It
budlginag ani iilci. ~l ade 1h.. cap(t)ll(- efl- -min f~ir ca-:i m-m i ii. alltmiiit P1111. E imb r .lu n w Iv t I '. itp~tswa.
mn 'nj 'Ii i~ii viei li '- i inuer. go-Iii-ra: *ii 'elitvit.Ct ii-5 f4t
jlust I leu sluffering piv'ieihimii:fr~omn 0 mA~ ~ .t.' -i-i u.lu w~flp
raisin.- hk %-6veaho ulve a limmarse wills- F tirim. tm % 1 Ln "U t41'i. tf ~ .i~rt a h:sid Mr,,t- 4iirti~'.*
pei'o. Th'le cim t'lie~iii't' e was that lht. wm t-(Oi i-a and.duf ualtll(at11 Ifal i titltwih o
sttalid right t i-vlur nut il about 9 (ICit~fk C a,,l&14.M l 1 .y u1 alIt%-l)J s
the following untirni ng. whacti the c(-ii'r 11' l AL1E1-A Choiii ii-Pli' uOf h ~ ~ Sell, v %we 've hoi4,u Itoot~m1.i I'
sn tintered tup to mee hly he didn't c(ufl ,poetytnla4e-t-t iiitiig Iat i*I rl1141!tl
to bureakfast. flI'ior. A rare 4oppiirtlimi,!v fur 1v~~lit l~i '' : ti
k'"!her Reali Estate .'Lgency. = n.1 f tI Il'1I'4iIi t i I ol Il, 1W (Eiltitild himi
-;li Sj-lt of ;rtmnei inortiiumis fai'ee*i1 i I yi.%~r':1 I. .i
puirjile w utlir:i-r# .and! exhai~istion. an3;1,101't)RSA LE-The inuo-t desirabioel otiq Ii '
tits hu1ge t it t IeVuhgitgig onvuV1 ~y onettiy tt-rn),. by t b~h ia.hr Of lot'(] iViITYt' !, Wvibw o'i sk."
I coivill-RPal i;%tute Agency. 1,. liale Wakilon. Man- '.I.4
S iI'tfrll Ii'it;( iwei' endIof the l i -e lt'k gt'f.2W,-, Soiut ith V lfiix -tnt-t-. Via 1al I.t hi I..#% q io skewered of
S(,: him 11d fo-r I t (f t ith s D A N('IN(..Yiuti tha~t 1.0 *, --.11 '1 II: jil, allnight,
alit] he 1t edfrhelp nt the ) to (if his i ;1 14 'o tohs w r .
voice. It I1 k. 111i titl+- kat,'I ort's' I )A NCI '%(i CA)E i- e AIiI I' l.* i u.:* a hlT wir

lp-oil duri ii ii the 41 ifim'Itioln ifif Wa S 5110'1- \,i w)~l~ jill imt ')liday at T3 .A) P,1,ii. Ia it nmwiI* Pmru
thnliz I'm vi ''l)L: tt 't a'laY t '.i1) In


p I;'. I .I;il l' ,it tI 'tt -' t | ai t iitY 'I l.'-
f,,'n ti, ;,* ti! e<.'-- '\iw < > !i' uiis ili,' -
tit X'I' ti:a 1.






A1 l 1" I II fl, :i i!i-:h' I s-tai for

'itw !.l : f iil ti:zer'a'l nr.('na:c i it
mat u'!i:i i- i;' "
"Y ,i; !;:i "\v <:i t l'tii.'." -..((Irc i, ,(D li

"Y-s *' *
". a:>i-.' .lii w ,f'i t I ri td a n d un.I v i
wazllj i. j to t Lr plilt s .e( 'pllin Tl to1i :it
grl-;l i. il \ 'rton ti 'l *O ritpen I1 :vati-s Vilt i t r .a s l Ie l: r. Io ,!i'T

'utii. :but it 'a %i' fli t .(r. liu 1" w ile
Optlli -i t ,I I \s I't jui-i ,-it 1. tiif. ) ti-r
n ,. vin I'll -it it. .n:ir J u im I'll git it."
-All;tit '<.ultilltiiuii'.
Ni-l t I--.

All iiiti~er- of Peti-itcola ('h.ipter
6;714. Ailiv ri'i in (tiniild. are- ro-<[is--ted
*i in-t-I ov-r P iiridbnxtrut jii -
, 'ryv t)"ro Tu s d(1v nig ht. Fe., ; a t o'Sclock. t,o uni t W ne d t lectt
, tlic:ser for the en-u~i tern 'rl iv ilt-
d -r of C. B. V rT -t. V.
F. HAWN (Governor.
ub errettitry.

Subscribe t< tle W ,KIlf, N:v

- -'I;'-t:! >;.1i.I .l t r-!! I i ar p;i I !
S ioft r i'i lday, 1. a, Ifvtin, gr tOtll -r id( f i> t .1i '.i
f 1 1 I" ";':.l)'-p tr j,; yO) uiQ ; i< d w hon w i!l i1 not I
-\p-ivt lnrsr- pay. Addltrl--'- L-. .M1. a'-re .;

NVANTHD-All inds of .empty quart '' I i ;:i '. -
S Wheky bottles. B, A. FRIEIiDMAN I i-. !i .lt t i .. i,.
novtf i ,
'AN IED-Old oeoer noor es at Laanheas- i i t .-. ,' \ 1 ,1 i l.:iin 'i .. i -
VV ter Bro., ,y tf l,',, I entl:l; ;0 1,v .- I, | i,,,,, .1.i,
&liti i i mrIr tA .i'' Itl >it. t IlIit
.ti i l' --tI lI n A I-r o i h'' rlP I- t i, l '?
t \% I -- "1 !' l.\ ::m1-l,;l:;,'. 'il'a-|tl : l!l u. ii t
... .. ....... ..... .. n hir,' ; : ii it ii,'.- -ai.,l tiir \\~l, n i ti.
N 1I A a l -;' V.I ( IF;. A 1 .Id \r. N'"tI t f I I N --t. A1 M i.l. tl :l. ,l. l it,1 1iIr it "iI.' i t 1 ll l S Illilt).
mai i To-. H Sla, l, L a, tmi ts i "'h,-\\ ', i,', Ii hl 1
(t nh d""l11 1 r "tl ItZ'.!I; i te, I* riltw *1.
i'.-titiil;uin il l I <1--Ir I. \ 1; r.0 :lr' illnifll( \w a'llt V0)ll ilO :1' ;I ) t Ih il a 'r '"t;,lie- to
i. nr t ntt eh t .'t I r 1 i ll ; in .!;'..;.r:: ll' l.l ". "


u
-- "-,I--- -- tv.- o ;f I !IR r,,iwlil.- l 1ilef Irii4. t

r AN thei i l l ll Npp u I Ni-. l ia te
Drw pr< -pir d t> <-. t ir ...' ii -t rt pl;ht."- t "; llhi i- Scl:l inllii'l :i:l "ri:te-.
n-i !,-.- a1t->j. M arWl. 1 :> ii.
17'lllit I ... .. -
I)i A I() .. Three Large Stores
------------------. Full gif FI'l tN ITI'iR E. The flie-t

oi r ti ha e n! lt tr-e.t. pr- lie o1- f i4 \.:1lituLt Hlir)o m Suit s tver
p rv for in->lie.- o,,r hu-tl-- J. J H. .win- how l iln i 'il-i',,*l4. Prstty. neatly-
-11. principal. Night t-rni begii'ni(et w. i1u-|its-d l1si4 u)t;k l .droinll lullite.s at
i riS ELISE ('HIPLI:Y Primary Mehool all price-. iTtat:i a (id Cobbler Se t
; and Ktuderiartan i l now oivni fo.r Ri ocke-. liz. alld little, clieup and
iH tTftb term in thef- residence at the cor- hIigih Lok tat tIl,.
n-r of iPalafox and Jackson street. en- (). M. PRY(II'S
tranc- on Jackson, Term-. i$2.11 p-r month.
-lt I;trgenin I 1 lurni-ihinig Hiu-,e,


To the Voterd of Escambill -onity:
I heirebm announce- mvelf a candidate for
Huperinlnter.dent of Puhlhe Instruction for
E-e-amtba county and ask the seapprtof my
flieoids and v tier, tgeneit ly.
.1. BIKLL.
Vowr tap-* rlnefliei nI oaf Public In-
Srig.v i0inii.
To) tie' other'ss if l Eamhila County: I
h"ri-hy aunnoun.i nmvelf a canidlia ts- for fr-
-1> action to th oOtffle uof c untty mperlint'in-
leicil of pibtic instructlhon and will N.-
p-ea-ied toi have the s pport of my frit'nd.
aid vol'rq aIt-nerally at tbe comting dit-mo-ll)
L'ratic prinlsari electl n. M. It.rtooK







Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best ft-ur that
'(an be produced by any
mill.
Forget .le Xot iv one of
the chest rel tfa st Food von


t// e market.
./1I madoo by The 0. E.
St fqa // I ./ I 1-ill( "o. a n(Ifur
saloe /'q .ew Orlea~ns Gro-



PhelI/u'/o-) Pr/oprietor.


THE


F VORITE


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy



Choice Family


GROCERITES

--I AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store
---OF--



HENTZ & CO.,


F14-120-122-0

SE. BRAWNER'S E. Goveument street
TELEPHONE 261.


S TOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!




DTese (oods are all ttjis Seasop's Buyiq) ard will be U9loaded at ard


Below Tfargufaeturers' prices


l2 u d/ Infait-' ad t Children'- tlf
VW'ool Viidar-iilrt-, rtegulin,4'" v!lul-
ali t d' ,a Lx(i:--'. Men's and I'hihitr-n '
Rilek and Tan. Skull 'ietiilIt- lHo.',
regular 1:, goods. for this sale
:;tl-inch Kactk and C< lor>s! H.-onrlitta.
half wool fill-d. r'e_,ntlarr *21cf llr,.
for this sal*, per yard
.'. inch Blai'k and Colored Hien i-ttI.t
ail woitl. rn-i!:lsr 3. -eller. for thi.
sale. per yaidl.......
:IR-lncti Black and Color-d Henriottia.
a!l w' l tilling. regular 7.1c ai ii to"'
'aller. for this sale. per yarJ
4n-inch Henrietta. black only. all
W.),l tit.Iad nd i ilk warp. re-ull!t"
7., andt : i Im-: ,-r for thts seal-, ni-r
'ard. 58 Allifl
:r;'-in!i Brea-irtie asbluii're. ru,.tlar
i:,e seller, for this -ale. teryar


14 u Aim-m n..ilI atIii lut- !

t uer'a '!r -aTuttu a .U

8~c tt~u yi:.'-.utrt ml- V a-It''


19c


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c;i, -inlr i n ut dui r : f t! : .;tl i, i i rd


2 71,r 22.lta,-'I-'-s- 20c

1 -1/i Ltilua- 'at. a u:o minl i I-t"'-il
41 .'-- t.. r- 1 Ia r -o .: Li )#t') I ai, f, ir 5t -II 39c


70c

12c


- i' -; h m r., l ni .- Ca ,l :!i. .. r. ar 0
.-' -il-lr ti)r t i .- ls- p,-r iyni l i
Wt : 1 l-iien B rl] i : .t -;ik '-
.,1 d,a, it .- c .lt ,<. :i -a'. ;, r 4
%t 4


Remember the Place,


F--WEp7--B-- F-,1


.;o z M-rN i- i-- d I il.r It ts. flr f 22l

ir,'t /z A-.ort l-d H' .airv i -.e''-d t ',,t-.n
'til W'<1 itIs d. re-;,uar 'i 2i 7 7
i',i.- -al,::- to r4q
t I ;- ir h ll orI-v l i ai), .. r-st- i- I
;!ar :,' ,i.ll r for t'! -..-.- i-',r di/. b
;;x'i HIlon--vy i'nmi T',w.a.-. r.;-ulair 95C
I- 'e i-r',. for th,,an-. a p. r I oz
Atx. in TI.iiin If,;lk TI, ot' '-. r.tI- $1 4
lair l.'* I-ial'-r-. f--r th.. % l-- p,.r d,(I
I)IN"Al p "o r Lli) 1 .
! I p. l a S .. i ll ,F a.
--.l durniig thlit -.*'- for jU3
Our IIeavy Winter M.-rI's uiril Il;,* s I n-
tnerwt-arat ani bi-low manifitI- tr-r-' prn(--


For Sale.
Steal nm Saw lill complete
and practically new, to-
gether with two-story build-
ing '3; by 1./feet with new
"dlvanized steel roof. Filer
,$ Stowell Machinery. Ca-
pacity ti, enty-five to thirty
thousand feet per day.
lBargain for right, party.
Owner gone out of manu-
facturing business reason
'for selling. For particu-
lars write.
lW-. LEE IDA.IELL.


H. K. WATER,


Batcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Freiah Taenes.e' and Native M*-ia-
(lhickeins and Co-ntay
Produce Daily.

Shop, Rear f Johnson & So1's Store
INTENDENCIA STREET.


S105 S. Palafox Street, HIIEI BROS. CO.,



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Creation Date: February 8, 1900
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NEWS .


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


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


J 8IERS ATTACK


STERKSTROOM.


But Gatacre's Forces Drove
Them Back.


1 I' %I-sI -1 Mad a d 'ciint li. Attack-
s1n1 Peihock -lhelled bi trk-torot o1i
It li Thlree tis u,.- -hasel A%%a.,
i, i.atiarT 1 ;al kraine Itilgg More S'cure.
.. , I-.F e- 1 hli re-olrt;-d "i t-
; tk y,--t. rday vy i .,er- 01, l'Peih hok
,\. e-d t.e ,e ''oitly a fea t. Their inai n
Stt.tt-k ideve-lopeil late- t iiAnd w di-
r e--t*-d ;t: lii -'. te-k-troaiii.
T h 8 tt ...!-. \ i:'. thi l ... -' mit -h-. -t lled
i i :- J M ri' -l ;. ,-i;i*,li .tii -'Dtrt, 4 to,
.Id v a lt '>-. b iut eI t. ; 1 ( I tl Cl ri-'t !] <1
roliforte-' it- t"o tt troiat ,Tl '
KBesr- retre-ated. th Briti-hi c:av a,
I l (llr-l -t of, t1ill- l.
O v-r i lilf of tl- H ....r tr.o ;p- w, r.
liativ T i+'-.y ht-ld on 11 until ,':
Briti-ht r-ich-d ttih* too, 4f tiie K,"p.-
theti le-d.
Advieo- fr tin St[e:irmiati c(ti:i;'
1say thatu !h II, iti-di p -ltiloli at Vatai
K rain- r: ..- ..,- t*.-n iitde ores--
cure.
Tii- H ;: ii-l] IfItif iItry :idvaitced
rileosi.. tt,. rild., ye- e '->lty. drivitig
the t -.-***- hetfer- tiu-iiti.
\"VaAl Krait- rni. e o-ri- a o:ititi taa-
ti.ton of Hitikf-nte-iii laiiag anld l- i-v-
eral mile- i-t of Po t;itete-r di ift.
Iullit "'- la e t-'.
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l r tat he''. I t vit1 ~ i- L, -,vy
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caught -'*Id. which ti-ttled oin .,t.
lungri: t-hI- wa- tre-ateit for :1 enioiti
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hauled off. She draw- twelve fte t
of water.
LI.e tug Germn of ('arrabelle is at
work on lihr and tthe '.. E. einp-oni
wiil probably l,ave thi?- afternoon to
a-i- t her.
EMPI' lYMWNT (OFOLE.
Ring up 3z2 or call at the offil e.
11 North I'alafox street. when itii
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
Iiu-iness Airent of the Carpenter'-
and Joiners' Union, will I urni,-l you,
with tlie desired help on l-hort 110-
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PENSION FRAUD CHARGED.
Conf-derat-ts Waint Certfiu Names
l.k 11 e r. In the List.
AU'GrS.TA, Ga., Feb 7.-At the regu-
lar meeting of the confederate survivors
last night there was a spirited disicus-
sion over tl.e pension rolls of the state
and it was openly charged that names
are upon the roll that have no right
there, and that men are drawing pen-
sions Irom the state of Georgia who
never served in the confederate army.
A resolution was passed ordering the
matter to be brought up before thestate
convention of veteraus, and requesting
that the pension roils be submitted to
thi confederate survivors camps to be
investigated and revised.
It was argued that this ought to be
done. not simply to rid the list or frauds,
tut because they were taking pensions
which ought to go to deserving aurvi-
v ,re who can now get nothing because
tue appropriation is fu l expended.
I)"politton Nw ePost p einrd.
PFrti'o. Feb. 7 -It is generally b9.
.ievei ihxt the doWager empress will
not attempt the formal deposition of the
empilaror at tue present moment, though
tlat this wa her first intention there is
little rocum o doubt. It is gathered
from creditable Cuimese sources that the
dowager intein ied to carry out her plans
during the tirst days of the new year.
Everything had been prepared for tne
C('u ). hut ;at the la tL moment repre-
etitations were made to her that such a
ceure proua.iiy wouil create serious
oli't'-Iition in toie sou i, and ti is In-
Cu ei .l r to ttmt rari.y a',Ji'lou her

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IL *tak- ,l -i sk. r, % 'w .-II,(l.
t'niil .,. I'Fb. 7 -():ie housana men
save j.uiie'i tho ranks of the striking
work;uen nicie elinc. yesterday. It is
-timnutted that 3l.IOOU r'nmhers of the
Lul.iug 'radem Council. in protest
'%-ar' Contriretor4' C('ncil. are tnow out and
.tur t.Arcrt ...-c mat br Monday
Mno entire mniermbership of tue council.
numilee'it"-' 4-).OuO. will be out and that
iuimitnl ,t1rations in Citicaio con-
iro..eii y c.,utrac-ors will be tied up.
ls-I': tio Ar- Oriav.- ) Out.
M1 Ali.A F-b 7.-The insurgents have
t-eu driven out o: Lega:,pt. on Aibay
La.-v, province of Albay. The rebels of
l'ayanas province were conveying some
3x 0 Stani-n i.ri.ouers to Libmanan. and
3l air.viui there the, prisoners, ex-
uausted and starved, revolted aL.l disg-
per-ed their gnauris w ti stones and
,.ub. They al.o captured a few rifles
and barricaded themselves at Libmanan,
were they are awaiting the arrival of
Amesiican troops.
Itry., I vi.i-I 4 o ntsir-lch.
RAI .IUH. Feb. I.-F M S;umons.
chairman of the liebim bcratic tate execu-
tive committee, and National Commit-
teem iin Danieis today extended an invi.
.ition to W J. bryan to speak here
lun-ssaay nint. T'lney believe he wiil
a'-rept. as he speaks in Richmond Mun-
day nignt.
.1 hision si i (Good >pilrlts.
M ,,Mn aKv. A:a.. Febl 7.-Gov.
tra, Joh.iston has returned to the city
auli i- ;n K.oid spirits over the result of
uis canvas so far. He says that he is
certa.ii t, it elected United m*ates sen-
ator tv tLe i.ixt le'is.ature.
elatl-i.i li.>l) A, <|ii slet-i.
Fi t ,E. i. Ala.. Feb 7 -The pre-
iliaiinia'ry tritl of Marsiial tiylie, who
was arrested in connection with the
murder ot 'robate Judge McCiure, re-
suitt. in his acquittal. here is now
no c.ew to. tbt mu: '-:r.
**I t.ink I w ';:-,i eL! c 'r '/v w it
ttuar w 're it not r t'.a.itini.,.rl itn' i
Pai: l.IU it." writ. 1Mr. W\V H. -::t-
pIl.-. H -ri.ioti i -. I':i. 1 Ih:av h1)
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GOV. TAYLOR


STILL STUBBORN


He Will Not Sign the Peace
Agreement.


This Was Agreed I'asi' at a Confer-
ence With His Legal Advis%-ra That
I,4efled Till 2 O'Clock ll hi M.-i irg
-Changt-s in lhe Agreenient lit-
maniled lay Judge Yfstt.
FRANKFORT, Kv., Feb. ".-; )ver
lor T'aylor has not i.igiled the L. iis-
ville peace agreement, ior will lie Ilo
so as it now stanili s., neither will at:y
action be taken oil the niattter to-
day.
Thi. was de cidt d upon tat con:ifer-
ence that Iksted till _, o'clock this
morning, when .i all of Governr Tay-
lor's legal advisers were pre-etct.
.Judge Yost imadeit a vigorous pro-
test against Taylor's -signing the
agreeminet an d said if tte- governor
signed' any agreement it shouldd he
one of hi-s own making ;tind should
provide for convening tht- legisla-
ture to repeal tte (Goebel elfc i n
I iw and to pass a fair substitute:
also for the settlement f conte-ts by
a vote of the senate and the house in
-epatate sessions, the settlement of
miritir contests to be by a fair trial
lifore tile elt-'tion e nliiili -iei n. the
republican inicuimentit- he-iig al-
I.wed to take any le :al steps they
t nught proper.
lteputli irs Helige-rent
i)INDjON. K v Fel. ) -N ,t hl..'-i' -
aiiythinli from Fratnkfort :i-
re--ilt of the al'' ice tlfiltrenll, P
ho -c- in l'-t to-diay and i t-ed ie i-
tionjli- if '( ntli lei-I ee in (ioveritor i .., -
Ir aid pleding th.ir unite-d, e;ar--
tiist., loyal and epithiu-ii -tit -iiupport.
iigitg limi toe stand lirill ani l e!'in
i.n appeal tto all Keniitucki:iiis o
fortl, and ariiiatn iiie :i. tliit hlit will
Siv eveir ioiprin, ti-te with di-hii, <. i ain
ilId ;tii itaei inl tils battle for (civil
li!ierty amit l the ri lits ,f tihn- i -
p!e as expre.~std at thlie polls in No--
v inl)er.
(Chairinian Staick ill the reptiiulica;
lon-i- c;atiuc-.i said this- imornini that
ihe rat her Iained toward -i toinpirl-
iiii- !,lt ide-l.tir d that thei d iem -
.i'at--..1**niie lto want all thi- li--t it ;i.til lie wa- now for a tizlit to thli
titii-li
'A li tilt will have to ce,o!- wiitn r
ter I t1-r." said li."a 'ai t it h;:id a-
w.ll i e commen'l ced now anti be- 'ot-
ti-I t tillo it11i w it.ll.
'l 'h M a 1tir i i ll* it fl r ;**' :ir
Qilally as obdurate. Mluich iiii-
natioii is expire!sed( at Li'l u'iia1i1it-
(;.ivernoi r Mar-hAil .-iAiz i- tOi-
l.'iii -ville agre-illelit.
It i- sa (I that the proee ,liii..- of4
the l-gi-slature to day will vary freoin
tihe perfunctory sessions of tilie l:-t
two da\ s anid that both lhouii-e will
take .iii.' action tow rd hi li :ini i
absentees.

**Look before you leap." e sure
you get Hood's St.i apallilla when
you ciallfor it, and you will find
1 ailth in its use.

IHE I* *LI(CE COl RT
'Villie (radey .lulmnpmon a M ving Car
and i t in-iid for It.
Only eight law-breaker- told their
sorrow-s to the mayor this morning.
hut he manatiged to get $47 oumit of
them.
WVillie G(radey. charged with jun amp
ing son anid off a ni',ving car, was
iiidti $1' .
Alex. Landhbirg.cha ge'd with as--
alt. was- fined $10.
Tomni Hamilton, charged with dis-
orderly conduct, wa-i fined $7..5.,
Jo Maria. a sailor. charge-d with
t e lL drunk and disorderly, wa,-
also fined $7.5 1

('Cu Pri.-es.
(Iin Carpe nters' To i' t and Sti.JI
Hardw re. at S.I. -1. aaI-',', J.S. lb-
-rt-' old stand, corner Pualatfox aiild
orn::niia. Tf-tf

MEDIATION TALK REVIVED.
President May A, Us'lter T. rmnis ot
The HMI*ai I'rr-aiy.
WASHIOTON,. Feb. 7.-It is learned
that under tue terms of The Hague


treaty, which has ju-t teen ratiled by
the senate, an effort w.ll be made be-
fore long to txert such Gofices as may
property be ext-anded to the belligerents
to ,rilng about a termination of the war
iu ,utl Africa
Before this treaty was adopted it was
main-ained that the United rates could
not, % without exposing this government
to the suspicion of unfrieuaiy motives.
venture to u:ggest the use ot good
ofli *.. to both parties to the war.
ELveu now tnere may be some hesita-
lio-i about declaring, by advances made
even witn the be-st intentions, that the
Tranuvaal is or is not a vas-al irate; but
itr : oet-inning to be ippre;-ia'e.i taere
t:.at bhe symnathy for the Boers is
wi ;cs:;read and incre.,ting, and that it
iatAy n-,t be w i!?e to aiee;r tto .ong the
,fffr *f friendly lutervention to save
iute ou troth sioeS.
it jas been discovered hero that while
the-r, i- no l-.s of anprec.arion or the
ill U i0 of Great Lri;ain toward twe
U":::'ei ,tate-. during tne war with
--. i "1 el trr-,lfl in .ac l tn ,Arti p'


cUilies in tUletl'r.'u w .r, iert- is ulaa-*
Ing ftor the B:ers a sir i;g ive..;ii; ot
sympathy because they have at a:st a
Nominal re;pnibhic.
On Its Republican side the feeling is
not so rong a. it is on tne Demo-.ratic
side where almost every man is a Boar
sympath:zer. Tuis- anua'ion undoubt-
edly arises from a desire on the Dart of
the lRepubiicans to avoid pressing a
course that will conflict wtnu Mr. Mc-
Kinley's policy. The Democrats may
take advantage of this knowledge to
press the Boer side in order to embar-
rasa the administration.

DISPENSARY BILL ADOPTED.
Seintile ILpMture Pass..t ih- HI use. by
M la Irge i J r rIy.
COLu.MBIA, S. C., Feb 7.-The state
board of liquor control is to be buoished
and the nluaageient cif te dispensary
radically changed. Tue enatee .li to)
provide a new --ystem oft governtunut
has passed he house and tie guv-ru.,r
will a,1pri me act.
Toe vote in the house was d7 to 24 in
frv )r ,f >boltshing tue board l ue ac-
tion of the general as'.emu:y is mte re-
salt of tiiistisfaction all over the l ta.te
caused b" lack of harmony in tut' pres-
eot board.
The bill provides that three directors
of uioquestiouod character are to bhe
elected for a term ot two years instead
of five years as at present. The coiu-
missioner or superintendett, elected by
the board hrreofiore. aud the cause of
all the dissension. is 1 ) bee'ect-d by the
general aseimbiy and given power to
appoint employes,. a right dtuned him
now. He is to receive a salary of 5,00uo
per uanum.
There are other features of the pres-
ent law which will be amended. but the
main issue is settled untii .he Demo-
cratic pri'aary this sciuner. wnen did-
pwnsary. iroitbitit.n and ltcai 'otUicm
will each UALvo a tickEt tr state .lietials,.

TREATY PLEASES MORGAN.
lie Says S.. iln S 31 ..nllt, Try to
A si,.nd th. (eCili l illt 'S III lits.
WASHINGTrN. F',b 7 Iuniedi:tt, rat-
ifi.t-ation of i me Iay Paut --tte treaty
perinitirmii e in-tru -tio;i oe1 :0 n I~31 -*
tnian ci;nti tLv (ntI Luni.te l >,t e tire i
not t xi."ei. Ju4t etiughli pposi-
1ioi. i has le.-t'.e. i 'o tie !pro7i610n ur';-
bitiiil;g tn,.- u, :i-'ruci'hn >f ;:ortillc.t.
ti us .at the ntir.i'es t. the Irro:>,s d
canal to prv' ke 4:n.-sion anid hu- duo-
lay acn k ;i the itritiv.
Leaders both s:'des np;ear to be
well sat:sil w\itni ai the ho rovuitons of
'ep treaty and t v will tryh to have it
ratified without uiieniiiient.
-euator .Mor'an, the author of thp
pelizii,: bhi i n tlie senate, sayt there :4
no n-, e-"tv'y tv.r a iadl'Ji ait: t.i iw it: u
thu trr,:iav
"I't.L-r .ire sor'ni men in the psnate."
he ali. "wiho wouid rpiosr a'i ti .d
meunt t, tno tell teloniiiian.ineot8 i: :i; we-e -' it i1n here by GoId A nuiihily
hilu-elil. I do uot beiifVo an iu.Teriai
timenti]irr tio i~ tneued;n. ;re.tatv is re
qu'rwd to protect our rich s in the ca-
nal Aii ruts talk al. ut fortity:ng tue
cnnal it,o t.r. ct our interests in case ,of
witr 1s. to sit the least, without ra',oni
and ilou at Lot receive s~eicrs cGnsid-
era'ton."
BRYAN ON H'S CAMPAIGN.
J.r.vv h of Driioe-at'e Seitit nti t In
N'w Eg'I .,.
HIUD(;: P Rt. Conn., Fe.b. 7--William
J. Lr\an said last night. after ine c!oje
of his New England campaign, during
whicn be has addressed 4.),0OJ people in
I citrs:
"The nimetigiis have been gratifying
b-ecau-e ticy show the growth of Demo-
era'ic sentiment. Tne tread of pubie
opniin is :away from the Repubiican
party. ani I Ibeieve tiat each month
*vilt empibhaiz thin opp.sirion. 'Tue
od meu con r.ts( the It pub.ican par'y
of today with the .eputihcan party of
Linco.n'sa day and cannot out note the
diffterenue.
1'ue young men see the field of op
nortunity narrowing aud tiey realize
tUat Republican politics are continually
atldiniz on tn.; alivar-t..ges of aggregated
wealth and lesseninig the chance of the
young main ,ho has oiiy his brains and
his ni,u-cie to rest unon.
"I requires more than the hope of a
perta:uat c.ergiiNiin to stiniulate the
youug man to the tignest effort."

INSURANCE COMPANY SUED.
N wV <)'ri-ns Mie, ?.-ks to lIt 'or r
I )(0,1( ( 1) 1 ni ..
NrsW tRI.-:AN,. Feb. 7.-Ye terdav,
in the civil district court. M 1F. Donu
filed a suit for liO0,O0U damainge. aga.nnst
the Southern L.ualrauce company of tHi s
city.


This action grew co-t of ?uits file i by
the firm of F. M1 Dann & Ro. to rp-


MILITARY FUNERAL


FOR MAJOR LOGAN

Dead Officer Laid to Rest at

Youngstown.


MOST IMPOSING CORTEGE

Tlhonisa<1 1s r t Ibe R innineltl Hl fore
1 hey Ar l I ioved Frolss the
( church to lh- (C n Itr- y-Minute
IY, t;-T.( v. (), Feb 7 -Tnouqsai uds
of cit':z-is and people Ironi tue ur-
rcuaiinug towns andJ county passed
throu::, the vestibule of St. John's.
ELpscopial cniurch today, where the body
of Major John A. Lo-anu lv in state.
surrm unieti by mniit.av guards. Tmie
:ealed casket containing the b. dy re-
posed la tie vestibule of the church,
which had been most beautifully doc
orated w uh appropriate hangings.
It was folded about with the national
col -rs and across the bier lay a broad
3and of silk. engr, tsed with the legend:
"Major Jonn A. Logan. Thirty-third
U. "s V
At 2 o'c ock the casket was removed
to toi chancel of the church and the
funeral services were held.
The cortege, whioh was the largest
and most imposing ever witnessed in
thiN city, passed through the prtnoimal

Minute gons were fired as the cortege
moved and ,he interment was made c-
,',lng t) the inil:ary rites, in the,
An irews Mausoleum in Oak 1ili ceml.


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]".. .. i~r p- l I-, tV g11 t i ic 'Tl i 4-


i;~-I r t ;ira i'id ir t e- p I> c dii at* ii ain<


ct". -e 0,f -t t oeyt-- of 1..;iiL i'T. ho th0.n-i
i- I ,' t t.:e T i-t l -i i W t 11 il know nt
-:I- t -N t Rl.i--. J ,'t i i. i t.

i irltv i, 11. J.iaek Swift. Iv-y' IW- li.
littA Ji-lhay li roli .IIyvville. band

l .>v itr f tl- p-rfeo i a e i ll thi i-
Wt tiln --" t I f ul it' "t ii ; of ,-l i t iiVr













it -1 t to tonh. I-.o comedy

Dr. Bull's Cri gh Syrup pru-. nts pneu-
c -tr.t t-olfo tau.-ir .in che n thi
I,;ti A''; N :t h i- l J oi t ,-'- t I.0 L1t'iii
H a lior li 0.I; nnal ;iiy ot' iri .
I i le J. sh r ns hi .lliyvillU band







next Mt nday the nitrt on Nothe an


Plans for dote nfr te size of the mill
ihave been u der onsideration for some
tire. and the new buildings will probneu*-
ably be erected in the near future, but
p, u be the output was to vun both night


Ann soday in was decided to do this.


Twin company wofll operate t will be in
he hre tu es of the oompany areday.
Plans for and tonbling the hesof the first
tne, and the winew build logs will prob-
esably be erected yn the near future, btexri

The number ofit operation has proven



nighlr satis'actory and successful it.
every particular.


MATCH HEADS IN SAUSAGE.


. N.-,-ru Wbe WctsIt P pr'v- A it -itpt%
cover amount of in-crntr'e catimed Ly N tgr e Wb, Wna i r A t-np
them front the dt teleulicnt coniipdnvy I',..' 1 'l o 0 I ly.
losses sustained at tee r re wiw.in u.nlo-t C( iti.E-0N, Feb. 7.-VWll Si.s, enr-
destroyed their prin:nug aflii I.llini poved a, a -arm band by Brovard Fw-
book manufactory on Camp street, o er -I of Etexr, Y,,rKi ceuntv. arl whbse
a y e-ar ag o. 1 is o r r c n tf m y w s e
PaIutiff alleges that the de endantis wife is co--k for the family, was re-
liable to hxm in tne :u.i sum for alleged proved by Feweil for using his basin
false ana scanda.ous accn.-ar!on and and tl towel that were on the track p.rch.
that by conspiring witu otner c ulpal&ni-s At bra faka-, detet't:ng a qt-er taste
did attempt to coorce petiiouner to his in the sau-age, Feweil found a literai
detriment as a citizen and a merchant- supply of tiiach heads i :noe 'ooad feit
arrested tue cook. Sue stated that unr
('fitt NEw YoRk, .. sausage an i se feared to te.1, as he
ati tfW I-diRKi f..l. .--(Fo-tt,,: i l.- ,' reatened to kil Lior.
tlioted to-day :- fllow-. -el: it'. A sear-hi:ig party captured Siia, after
s.3t4: N :'c, : : A;nl .. 1.1 chauig tit:u tree mtihs, s. N ,o ing as
u:nl J'll e. ..>: Jt:!y. ,- they went, bu: wit poor aim. He
t:';.feased uav:.c rpu: me naatcaes in
( iwnorta hl/e :(ttt'eSSP.v, t.;e f,,od. but saiI Le in'teniced to kiii
pillow se, et., to go with we.
et*., to 'I w Suiis 1* aleal by (iaynor.
new furniture. }' ou ca(/ "I w, si, s Fil- byGyor.
new f n ,'e.l o\" A-i'i,\N' Feb. 7.-The Atlantic
bu!/ the whole outfit froP n ,.,....-,.. ...,1,,. F ir ,J,.,n..


United States court of claims sates
the United States. one for 709,79i sad
the other for $249.314.. These auite havo
grown out of the contracts entered late
by the company with ex Captain ObT-,
lin M. Carter. corps of engineers. U. &
A for work alleged to have been dies
by the company in connection with t-
provements in Savannah harbor sa
Cumberland sound, Ga.

W S. Pl.ilpot. Alh-,ny. ;a.. savA.
*D)cWitt'. Lirtk, E.iIlv Riers did
int' niioe 11 4ood t:.in tiny pills I eve"
,ooik TThe fatinoin- little pills for
ct l-l-ipati, 1i. b liots .. "- t d live."
Ii.i t I wel tr utable,.. H.it-i-.' Phir-
m:lv Jt n It iS .pard. 1 K lhif.

M1,r Ieslau nsIlt For .AlI r ca.
W.\-%iit1orNu. Fe' 7 -A member of
the foreign relations cotntiitt-e of the
senate is authority tor (tie statemeus
that views with rrf'-reiine >of the cessc-ts
of the Dani-h \Wt'e.t Indie have been
officially ex.-tiuang..' br'ween tue United
States and Denmark. Negoiations are
also in procre-.s w tii E -'.ai r icr itel
cession of It *ihb sill 1.ait ,of tht Oalag-
pagos gri ut. t)o this i ver-inieat. Bv
the a-qtiil; :on 'f tt ii-,e island 14 and the
possession rt Puterto litco an i lawal
the United .-lates wil pra-trcaly coo.
trol the approaches ot tile proposed
Nilaraguan canal.
linisiatW.k's Ir 11 N.re
\V .- thie re-til of hi- -,plendid
hien lt'h. iiti0,,itabl,- will aind tre-
tni"iid'o n ept-ry, ,ir :iot found
wlih'r, Stomaiii-ih. iv.l'. K id!nevo and
BHwe-l- ar,.- ,it of4 order If yon
w.ait ,the'-- tlitaliti- : 11(1,th, *ucceell
they hbritiim. u-- I)r. Kiilii'- New Life
Pill-. T'l'leyev dt-v lop ,-vry p'wer of
brain atid hody. itnl\ 2.- at W. A.

Intern tion l Itnr lit .
WsA'itro., Fob 7. --Tue semat
finance coullnittee tldsay a opte.l a sew
section to the finaci il bi.l as follows
"That the provil-ion-i ft his act arse so
intended to pl..ce any itOitalci i she
way of ncco:np.i-luin nt 0 I international
bittetatii.t. proviiied be- same Te e o-
ceived I'y concurrent action of the lead-
ing clinmitrilt. urit.11i.,- ," the world
and at a ratio wai -ii sutl. insure per-
inanene ot a rte.a'iv v.t n u between
go.l and ei.ve r "
(C'po| Il y %VIll 1i *- D 1ubl0t.
A -i,%i-ie. A:a., Feb. b- bworkof
doub in, tho :/.zi and c-i,. itr of the
Centr.il iiuti:ry c,,ti painy', soil pipeo
Sorks ias liwe ,11 iietcUCde anl is tobe
coImppetetti winluihi L davr.. Tue addi-
tiolls to the bi: iii g4s will give a maii
foundrvy lui lin1g I.,t b; i)I feet, andi
sev-n o)r ei thi otn lr buil'lings of pro-
porticnate siz. Tie ,nitut wtwil be itn-
creaRtsi Ir"lli 20' to I't 1, nt a daiv and 't
numuii bro jli-li enip ived :roin 2100 toAL

"- \fttr ldoet,>r- fi:i'ved to tire me of
;'ii'l il itl:i1 I ii-ed(l i-NI Miitute- ('Cough
4 i tie r-dfe i,,,ttl.. ,1I it cured
ti)e It i. ;il-io the e,'-ti rIedy on
-:irthi for wo4pintig ctn.4i;i: It cured
tmy tv randhI(llilelr'-ni o, thi worer
,'a.--." writ-, J iim0. Rerrv. I ,gaistoD.
P't. It i-, the oly haritile-- remedy
that ive-i ianliedilste r.-tair t. Cures
o'i,,i'h eiolii, crolp iiniiin throat and
Sini trnhles. It irev,.'its conllsutip-
tion. ('tild-emt'talwalv.e like it. Moth-
r- e:',lior-e it. Hlrs' I't 'macy.
.Iohin S!it1 i'[> d, .. Kahu.
Tugboat Damnaged by P'iIr.
MOBILE. Feb. 7.-At 5 a. m. the tug.
boat Louis Pennoyer was discovered an
Are as the Mobile Coal company'sdoeh4
and before the fire "as eotingished a
damage of $4,000 had been sustaleid.
All the upper works of the boat weie
burned away. She was owned by lase
Kimball of this city and was uninsasid.
Russia ay Taike Advanitag-.
8T. PF.TRtt-PRO. Feb. 7 -The c-
paign in favor of taking advantage of
(he present comiications in so
Africa to secure Russian ports on the
Indian ocean and Mediterranean Ms beti
pusned with vigor.
('aaifurniia Hotel Iiurned.
Los Amori.Es. Feb. 7 -T-n ECb
Mountain House, a large hotel on Monas
Lowe, near Pasadena, burned today.
The hotel was filed w',th guests, btnall
escaped unuhla s. Loss about $100,000.
"I hti:il '1 p-p- atla for'- y-;ar'. No
nedicinie- w a -0o -iffttive- ;I. Kodot
Dy'-pe-pi;t ('ire. It iiave iniirntedlate
relie-f. Two l-ttl'- lprotduced nmar-
v-lotiie re-tlt-." writ-- I. H. War-
reln. Alltiiay. w 'i- It ,iiij,--ts what
y lou ;t : ;nd (',in.ot f aill 't <'ure.
Hiarri-' Pha rail' v Jin t."I-l-ppard.
4. Kahlin.
.' lake- tin h t", fr.ri-l..k--" If
youir bloiel i-

i:-1 i H il'-S r-n;p trii.i .it on n.* aind
;p t-%v. lit -* I .-ii- iilji.---.


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.

The Kind You Have Always BDuti
BHears tne
n-ignatture of



Barlli0iom y
Be-pr t ;1: -1 l * f tim e.
It Is tre to- ,-, in tt v .ar-
ket. Tryit :iti-.r -i.ei A bona '.

C a. A l O o T A.
3ar the INeKrd 1aj H4w A.wanBoaPt
tars = j
Rwi


NO. 5.









2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


THE


LEVY POU


CO.


59-511 PAL OXST.


GRAND SALE


-OF-


GliTS


FURNISHI GS


-roR-


DAYS!


The


Lobe


Purch ase


Now


Being


ThrPOwn



Upon the



Market


at Nearly



Haltf Pi1


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,

Neckwear, Etc


at less tha-


Cost of


Manufacture.


I t [Il mU CO.,


iiB


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TAYLOR HAS NOT YET

SIGNED AGREEMENT


WHEN HERR INGS SWARM.
Hlow They Are Captured With Torch
and %(-t In HsmeuutuiB.











1in11, 1 ful L:u.' Ii I t-izi. ton I h t II
ft*"~i'n'.~ii hrriz~'. TI" I i Ih L';;Iv
a f -~.I I ii se:1of i ,~:r a e a tit
Nilhik buIlii-ir Is it i!,.I\"n an
invrha it 1 1.111. scii o I -I ;p ; l

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af0 u thi a 1s.1ui es i tL ill

t~e so o t~e tirl. '4I wr.at t t 4 i o- c
fl 4."- 44' \,11 l .-rri L-s la ciiillt 1 i- %%a v

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So~~lder, tslit-d lei.


lii unti'-ipation of the
'." v "'::'"ti o( the body


He .Consults With Attorneys
on the Matter.

OOEBEL'S BODY ARRIVES
R-tailns Lie In State at tha Capitol
Hotel Aqijutanit G -nerr*l Collier
Calls In All Troops In tOrder to
Avert Trouble at the- Pur-eral.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Jan 31.-Governor
Tavior announced this morning that he
bad not signed the Louisville agree.
meant and that no action would be taken
before a late hour in the day. lie would
say nothing to indicate that it was cer-
tain he would decide upon anything
even mten.
**I am to consult with some gentle-
men today," ne said. "and nothing will
be dec'id-. until atter I see them."
'lh.- guntiemnen alluded to areex Gov.
er'icr Bradiey and Cowonel W. C. P.
irec'kinridge, both (it whlui ale Gov.
e:nor T'.'vior'. attornev-.
At no.in (,,vtr'Tor TAv (r i'ad not yet
tak.-u acifun in ilegar Ii t)o tit-t"enment
rea'-:td at the LouI-vil.e cIh).tfrence.
a ii v il no ,t i) so) unt:'. ie La. had
iur'nor -etnfertnce :iIn Is .eatl ad-
vi-( rs I tIs (. tiler-nee *A,.ii t le n .d
r' :ii1 t I1 tne Lovt-ri", r !r i rivate r om
1;2 1 i l Ctt-euti ve l:uil ;iag
It is, n'i.e:.t,, '-i tliit ite.kr 11114 hive
itc-n lt.--it tO ;r;titr G.Av( rt ior x'a.' .ev.
.\ugulitu F' \'st.Wiloni. Ju :;.- 1]',rr anti
l.tvI \V W airlie t;h, r+l-': --iing th-ir
1iet-rit e at iT t e t'):ilte.-!ti.-. aind it is ex-
.,t(**- iney wI.1 arrive oni tonight's
'I'i-. ('4nf:er i'ncei w ;ii tr,.t;iba ly be a
I n inv ()lie., tani I; nI laV t). tar into the
I:..'in >:,'('c ,* an% (ie'hl 'i 1 is re-arnieti by
it ,vi Ir T avior in r'-ir.ii to) lie treo
n 'iint, and po )s.it)y lie i.i t.iake no
at'ti 11 nitil toimotirow. In t i meaP.n-
time evvryithit: 's quilet
No l)-toinor i" i'ti.nit'r- of,4 tile le tis-
lattire art- in Fiankt r', ;ir:.i wo d naas
b'-en received talit thev wi 1 n<4o ttltUii
Unitii they are as-urti 't riiiilnunity
Ir. "iit air,"' ani their tur,'iJoe coucvy-
anice to lonI'ain.
G .> b-'1 9s o ly .ieriv.-..
'I he train bearing the rmiain.of ( 1v.
" i rr (r, i,eil was scineuu ei to arrive
li, r- t iim 'Cov.tigton at atonUt lW(::O ;a.
inl anti a s iail crowd g th'-red( at the
t'aitlto at that hour to get a ghiit-s. of
ilt- cas-Ket as it a-.4 'jr e n to tle C. tpitol
h:,te l S.ow running time.t Wits ln.nlt,
ii'i.wtvt*r and it wa. antii.uiited thaitt io
ttain wo,,u'i nor arrive until 1I:4.)
Alterwar ti t''s time wa;s at.iu -chantied
tt, 12.t.5 p in at w iuic'i i.t:le it puiledi
Ilito tlhe depot
'iThe day was exe(eodin,: r disa(l repa.
bhe. A tine nrizz.ing rain fe-il ai, morn-
lig,. it.ier.iIg tie ('c0111 v roads,. ai-
ready so't from rct'ent heAvy raIns.
a.mtni,-t imnpasible in pla lew twoni)) C were seen on :li' streets.
Even in the lobbies < f the C.ipito. hotel
few tpople were gathere..i.
'-hortiv after 11 o'io-k the crowds
began to father around the hotel and
wintn ti'aily the casket wa, Ci.'wtvy car.
tried un the steps( of the north entrance
to tfti, hotel, andi thence 111n(o tile lie,'
large reception rtoni. wher'- they are to
: in tstato nntii uoinor:(.w at i not,.
irotably 1.(t)(, people were stalling
oUI4tlti" tie fentr;n c, a 1ti 1 iI the streets
i'- r finding the hotel. Every v'heati was
i r' ;rat.;c leaier weoe carried into tiue hotel.


For Sale Only by


q4qqIs' Pfy4qh 4Cy,
"'17,' Smith Palafox St.


Indigestion!
He ('/tallenge the world
to i'o/ifc ca rem yiedif C(,ua/
to thIe itclhless Vileilc
I' aler for the cur/e of In-


arni va from (/i4fCstio//, I)y.,pepsi~jandfl(


Acme Beer.
T;'IE BF-zT n F'l IE sol) IN
1 :N<\('C ,I. \.


I) muiivtisser RI'bo.,


AGENT-4.


s] '7l rI[V M Pc"rvs a r" d W ut! y

he Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty'. -


.1 I 'Ii'


;' ; s 'il '..I f x '' .


.. :, N I 1 '


I'. < i \ :-.


PENS A( OLA


rt Needle Work Rooms.
I:mthr,.ity Material of :all kind!,.
ineludling, Stainped Linen Centers,
Scars. Sofa Cu-hioni, Etc.
Battenbarg and Point haee Patterns
AND RtUAIIS.


M% XIT'%N IDAWN WORK
rit-i Public is Invited to Call.


;f T Dublies (ifld SkAin DI)x
Cases. Owit raniced to ctir~e
or iuioieq ,'efilided. (Costt
&ldy '; (cr/ds t' (day, to use it.
Oine Ioll/ar boittle last tu'e,,-
Iii (l/(tyJ".'
F~or strile by all dru6(fists:

S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDlRESS~

WsV. IV. ILKiNSON,
Greruville. Ala.
Tent I tue Cri l lFr. mtn .1mlo a~leI* till


k 4', II. P 1. %T I: ,I-Ii iI f' -. I L(- Ar tie.
,41.' I t-1 I I i', ( 4,4f W I rK i t ,n 4
In a'i- V ..r

L~~~.~ r.n .1 t- it''' 4t-4 I.t4' II 41 t
J ','s t I 42:!. r.t4 in~nt'44141


;.V -GOLAYz-(
Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
It. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufactur-rs,
CHOlIC F MEAL AND Pli REGROUND
STOCK IFEE-;1
'atronz lnorni,-* ndilitrv. for th-re ;-
.ev-ry ra"-on you e hrouiil h!:yvour M,-al and
'tock Feed fr,,m tn h- lotni, lan ufactur-,.
for 'y so doini you *-incouratg home irndtus-
try. N our mont-y ; Ileft in thie community
and you in turn are indirectly !-niefiteld.
In foAtering th- hoinme mainufacturr y,,u
contriltute to th- cauje-oT labor. You ,we-
it to tbhecommunity in which you live and
which contribute- to your support.


(joebet. Adjutant Ueneritl Collier tins
morning issued orders withdrawing all
troops trom the city and bringing them
with the main body at toe capito.
grounds. TLese orders will remain in
effect until matter Governor Goebel's re
m tins have been placed in the vauit of
the Frauittrt cemetery tomorrow after.
noon.
Tois was done to avoid any po-ibilitv
of irritation of Governor Goeveb's
friends ana partisans during thie time
the body lies in state 4& the Capitol
hotel and the burial tomorrow and to
ail y as far as possible the feeling
caused by the presence of state troops.
Even the trvost guard was witnmrwn
from toe vicinity ot the Capitol hotel.
Tne commissary sergeants will not be
allowed to leave the capitol grounds to
procure necessary supplies for their
men and all drills have been suspended
until Friday. Only a small guard was
left at the armory to protect tue sup
plies and ammunition stored there. Out-
side of this guard not a soldier will be
allowed to leave the capitol grounds
until Friday.
A Yiung ;e,.nilt Suic:de..
CEDARTOWS. Ga.. Feb '.-Dr. E. B.
Marshall, Jr., a prominent young den-
tist, shot himself through the brain last
night while alone in his room at the
Wright hotel. Domestic trouble was
the cause.
LTrg- Mill For Atlantn.
ATLANTA, Feb. 7.-A movement is on
foot. backed by the Atlanta Business
Men't league, to establi-h a $1.OUL.000
cotton mi.l at this place.

Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES!

Are you sunburned.
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad?
We've got the right
thing for you:

Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.


In Use For Over 30 Years.






Citizens National Bank
RPY IrA'-O;0LA.


PK K I. Vt; i N 1'.
K.~~ N T..-.


"IleTORR,
r.EVF. 1,I.LK -. .M. FISHER.
.)f F. V. t- n tr-&('.
K J.- WIl I ITM RE. JOH V F. PFFJ FF.ER,
I,.. HII.1os oQEEN.


GenI/'ral


JOHN F. PFEII.FFR.
ASS.'ASHIlER.


RIX M. ROBINSON
MORRISt BEAR,


Banking Buiness Transacted.


.I I-nt, I lanIdled on Favorable Terms, Ex-
A<'.na e Boulght and Sold, Collections
',vitlv attended To.
'. 'u, ~ r SOLICITED.


PAST

BOTTLE BEER


HEALTHFUL
AND
REFRESHING


4


TRY
A CASE


[he St;i


8. RIEDMLN
SOLE A'


- I -'. -I t'- A 'm itr- I I oi
SILK VI
vI r v ;t.rtt'-ct i.
I- '1 .- 1 i-f II,-,


Sines, Li(uoo, ......
Gins, Cigars ni Tobacco.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDMAN,
:131 ;o Il'TH PAL..FOX ) I'TREET
1'. (i.. H..x II>. T"l' vph-+oli, 17" .


laundry ,


THi PIOFR LAF l 1IST FLORIDl


\ astiilious Dresser
I- .. ** '- t ipipy w h (1ih** n, lot*- ths
I, i *" *', ," n .' ,' l' i- ] i i.i r "

i -. ,. 1 1 .- :11111 i ,c itt- f .rii i .-
i I i: -, i. t i i
,I I b' v :1.' Crif. l Il i 1t our




IK C. 0. D.
27 E. GARDEN 8T
AND DELIVEP.ED FREE.I
INGRAHAM. Manager.


-IW'LOl

PAO'%'E 14


ESTABLISHED 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


J


- - ZA L I& I


Ship Chandlery and General Harduare,
4om. Avi, wO., s. PA6AI'O)X STREOM.


.. ;4. IVA.YIZF:D WIRY, ROPE, A. UKLMNSPP.
an'm. cvsap.Pul. FIlls. 611. iical sRCHMElts &s sOPm "it
~.i''~'~' "' ustumut, Surs.luis40.lu


for Infants end Children.
The Kind You Itave Always Bought has borne the signa-
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supercision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
*Jtust-as-good"' are buit Expewriments. and endanger the
health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
,. Bears the Signature of ,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


CONGRESSIONAL PLUMS.
Little Thbians That Fall to the Varl-
ou Comnimittees.-
"I'. rquisit'. s 'lo r..i m::in *; : tie m;l-
V uia t 0,-!. of t'ur, -*. i i .,' I. l" ,I" th
ll :!.: tlilt h 1. ;i ;'-." \ -
pli s:w ;r n l l l u li < ..i. ::: ; ;;". '-e

' Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale -


Childrens Department.
i : --. I F 'rencti K id l i'taiit-'
BHut (io 2 5..

worth 75c, . now 50c.
S, I -'r-na 1: K id 1 i.f.tlit-
H i ',. .i:.
worth $1.00. now 75c.
i w i d > *.m.: H.- i .t Sn
worth 75c, . now 50c.

* : 1
worth $1.r0, now $1.00.
I{ aid-- w 1 Kil .'lprmi H,-,t IL.:* .
1 worth $1.50, now $1.00.



S Mens ueparlenlt.
'ti* il ;" I),0l _. It 'lf: i, ai! d I.;:i "

worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Ge i'n 1 -,1. p Kid Hutt..i :t: I:tLacp
!,,.. -. 1 -2.
worth $2.00, now $1.50.



S Ladies' Depirtmenl.


I ,r
I 1 .00, $1 ,25. $1 50, $1 75 and $2 00.
K id t i l ; :ii 1: l t 1 il-i
<('l : I, .;, I i ,i 0' i! I I' .
from $100 to $3.50.



A leivi Bar'ain!
A l .1 11 I 'I i. l ft' r 4;,. -

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i n Ouar men's Department
\%'" Iw it all '~., ; ll |. % %\ ',

aji,,'t (',,llf..!" *. i, l" .m d ,' i

OUR $3.00
kHe tid I le v i i \ ,, ir n, '.i\ .


--: 1. Gugenheim.


THYI1'1 1Ii I


BA INO CAKE BAKR,
I1 I I A1 I l-l i AI

207 Couth Baylon St.,
BLn 1 '. *-. u'-: d :., 1.' 1 .-%v .i 1, a rdr.. I f.,r

Bread ard -:akes

AT (HORl NO('IIK.



BARGAINS


RjeaI


Estate.


$10O00 ce
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$4O0W L. aeITI i', Hat'.: 'w m
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4,.ak the hands thorring-blt. onrtt efrin'if. eIn
a ia.lr lather Of CUrTIl :.. SOAP, the 11 0i
skin I IIIrif% in .o iiap..as well as III rest
anill N%%e.Nest, fo~r toilet, loath. awl i trst'rv.
lbrv. Ace' mt freely With CI-T14Uit 6 Oitnali-11t,
t1w .:real skin citre and rperest, of evtwllivits.t~
j Wu~. ~I~Tti j4.ahiss and jpamfufit:,.-e'r
-mi tl* iir' on : the wnrd. POTTICR1D. I.).,('J('- ,
Frcpz.. iiu,- 4 .HOW tO bave Beautnitu Ugands," free.


ANGLESS AND JESTS.


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% 1 al. Ite-lu Slll11l t 1 ( Coatl.
B utaNi Ni A,., Fe', 7.-The Ala-
S., bama and iMississippi Coal company will
begin shipping coal the last of this w. sk
over iho branch being constructed by
the Lsuxisvilie and Nashville railroad
r. ri ,- trnom Ecnois, a small station on the Ala-
..' un t,, baun:a Mineral road. in Shelby county.
The branch road was completed today.
Si The nnes are already open and at pres.-
ent the coal is being hauled to the rail.
r road cars in wagous, ao active i, the de-
and tor coal ail over the state. In a
short tanie the uutput of the mines will
... , be 400 tens per aay.


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F'ieet Evollutionl. I) forredl.
WASH; oTON, Feb 7. Disturbing
events in Venezuela, reported to the
state department by Minister Loomis,
are responsible for the dispatch of the
gunboat Machias to the Venezuelan
port of Puerto Cabel:o. The assign.
ment of the gunboat to protect Ameri-
can interests and the dispatch c-f the
Texas to New Orieans and the Detroit
to Mobile to attend the mardi gras fes-
tivities to be held at thots points will
compel Admiral Farqumiar to postpone
the fleet evolutions he contemplated.
A I)le.pl inl Phahoollate Ia-ids.
O'Ar.A, Fia., Feb 7.-Deeds have been
recorded here that convey 2:-3,0u 0 acres
of phosphate lands in Alachna and Levy
c',unties from Io e t Cainiagane (.Getnraie
des Phosphates de ia Florili to La
Societe Nouveile des Piuspiates de ia
Fiorui. The fir-t is a corporation or-
ganiz-d under the laws of this stato.
anid tue .seroid is a iBelgian c ri oration,
with he;ieqlu.irters at Brussels Tie
consideration 1,)r the property was 400,.-
U000 in cash.
Kr;ieTr anI the limmrleann.
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( i, ri-' u. ni u .,il il I't.' It-i if! K r I-
I-at ''S. 'lnli 'lwoubitn .l nl;t t a., v iv m'1i
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<-''i -is s.,'' uhil! ,.'aia r. '',i \vtt l -hi -!il'' i s. itll
I mlrl I I', A.a l -mt i' .'il- '.U 'I I- .lU I'pl \ -.iS
a l'It :Ia I1'1t- 0t ml i-\ r 'illl ii''. "' l' l ll 1 l<'
-i,', e' l I i .:'j,.i'' 'V" :ir' mill mllil<<'.
~ima ,'' \I ,ml!i ml. ;i' -" lit m ,iitimh. You itl'
ii t i-!i iml \ nia:" ia i- rTm s.

MOZIEY'S LE,1ION EFIIXIlt
A I'leasalntLa Il tieIInt( T'mlT1e-


ri. pp-;';r-d from iti- frte-i juiae,'- t
I Lainni-. combined with oethlir v'f'-
t:Ill 11 al l 'er tolll('I cathartics. :iat. -
"mal~ tic stimutlanit-. Sold l y drul-
-..--- gi-t--. .iH' ,and l$1.1ai bottle-.
\ For t)ll;i-u1 nI a.s anild clito- ittltitt li.
S01a'i ilidiire-t-ion anti feoul -to'linacli.
F-'i r -t'k ;ind tiervou-. ,.5',il;alia e .
Fo'r lpalpitation(i iand heali'rt failure
--. ,y. tiikt lI iit n Elixir.
Fo or sI ,'11ples -.-ii iiaandl in rv' l-
,-.p i -un ir Atratti<>,n.
'... 'r" lF r lo-s of appetite alad debility.
For feverr-. malaria aind chill-
take i.-iiiLmon Elixir.
a a'nii. Elixir will not fail voul i
n a- a ny o t ati li ovi iiinaled di- a- -. ill
,', which mat e fri', ii a torpid ,r di--
m-himit t :: ;.i.-.d live-r. -tla amich (or kdneiiy-.
Fc aind $1 IaI bottle- at tdruvr~i-t-.
-*' ir*t l'r'-piar.d only by Dr. H. Mozla-y.
Atlanta. tya.


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Lu r"A ;t, l' i r f l n r .

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a a '.a
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A Jn i ;''- t';i' :ti t i i r,, C' a.. I > ins',l

Al H I;.i nsa n cn.' I S
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4.-ai I .' :," c f >r .-'nt j ar'v. u T.' ,y .'T e r ,'U
:5 m,' u ) l :.'i.
\ a me : ,::; I.i !i-:.l,..nr'l a^ n< ( i .
I war.' I "' .t '. ps-' &nee cy, to P a- ( l-. k.
-Wa'- 'nvtc-r Star.

.Mr-. J. K. Miller. N.-wtn iiHanmi-
toll. Pa.. writes. "I think DeW) it;'i


At lhep('apitol
I l iV' jih-t tak'-n th-, la-t ,if two
b.ttl.- t f lIt>r. .NIAl y'- LPilto) i Elixi
for i ntrv,' i- lie, ilt i ., ili'ta-,tide ,llst i .
% hit ,t i- -a-id l;v-r liita k iilt,v-y-
'I'Tl Elixir cir-il d l il I fatiiouil it tl.#
;..r ate-t i In din.- I t ver u-t-d
.1. H. MaN N' iH. Att',rnay.
'1225 F !-tri' t. \ e-i ha ttin. I) '.
thel. l 'y' lIfstin m Elixir
\V. A. .1 hin'-. h',ll Sta'in Al.a.
writt- : I hl iVt- -IitT'i -..ALd i',.attly
fr'on nii aatiz-;i oa itr d p-ia ,i,'' -
Ilottillt. t l i,,i E lix ir d,,l it, Ilil, o ir,
!g 41otI t Iiia ll l tli ll- i l t' i'ii-e I h it-v
S,'Ver' taken.

')yZI -'.V'4 II.MIIN .1 HOT llOP*S
Ii( u all ( *', l-'h (',.Id-. iH oar-'-
I .-.. S "rh- li ,:i.. ir,,,it itim -. H li .-
oi tr ia,-. inl a Ill t .it ma li! lulit c di--
,t.-,. ~. E l'g-ianit. r.lli!,l-.
*2.c, .t I 'rutl''i-t-. 'r'-,. triedd lya t>
tr. H. .M zle- Atla.ait.t.G( .

I will repair y.-ur watt",,-- 'in1d
jewi-lry in fir-t- laes- tyJl. J. I.

.1. BIERIt.H.lt I.li,
Tlie Plh:minlwr. Steatmi alnd lGas I'itter.
dpo.iro- to, iimform his f l" ,.;id- a iTi) ;)I-
ti tlitat hIa ip i. ,loc:ttpd mat Il'2! \ ''-
0(overninent strf-et. mid i- ;'i -i r'-a i
to do any and all kind-- >,t walk i:
hi- line.
Teleplione 375. 2,,

If you are ready if o o to
house-keeping,. let IMarston
h, Fin ish. fi.rn is.h unmr hnous.p


PRISONER DEFENDS JAILER.
Says the USfleer We-s Coinp.-iled to
1 urn Hliiim Out.
CLINTON, N. C., Feb. 7.-Archibald
Kiugsauis, white, was a witness in an
interesting case here.
Jatier Fortner of Sampton county wa4
charged with allowing K;:n.auis to es
cape while awaiting trial. King-auls.
swore m e ja.il'r was forced Ly a udyu of
armed ien o Turn hi:n out.
King.-,iu.s was afterward.4 re.jrrested.
tri m ;aitd convicredi o: mrur Her ani nur-
ried to) Wilminiton tor sare kee:n;ug, i:
b'iun; learei ute wi.u. i U- t.Lk_!u out of
Jai1 again
rTie late of his exe:.ation h is nt be tn
ct teiiii,e.i on.T the a',eie tiavituz; u-i aD-
pea. d t)v his coUisel.
lie was t:rk-n fr,.m Wim:ungouu jail
to tbtity lor kFortuer.
19tW \v.i- it Ilii- i,; Ayren.
Brr- < AYri., Feb. 7 -The rest-
dentb o: Euti..os Ayres have never ex-
Ier.ence'd uc'.-i ilteis..' htat as that of
Saturday. 'unday and yesterday. They
were real" alainmei by the number of
dea:ifhs roim sunstroKe. Tn' mnurtainty
in Bi 'nos yres. which never exceeds
10 daiLy, t-.itchetd ]C (nur:ig the 24
hours e'-,inih at .5 i.'co.k Sawurday
atternonwi. There w%%er 2_9 caseiof sun-
strok.- ,: .-u:(iav and i;;;4 ca-esresulted
fatal.y up i, i; o(- 'ck lu tie evening.
There w--r.i 4 ;ca es of .uins:roke Mon-
Jay. Uue of them %tas :atal.


]mn


WOMEN WHO WORK.


ST. LO, IST. *Aug 12
Th "':b nntt 1) 'ti-ai t, I ff' -d f:..

fs 'AU; po'-t tI.I. -, UIf. Arm-Iit,. 'di nutt .ff--!a'
P~m.-1 d tr I Li't 4,71t': s ~ 4 4,*
Car-i'li 3ant 03?b A dt Lai. ie ft I*Ib-Iter. 11 .

W". gjr..~ty rveem te'




1*Ume,-of (ard"'

Minv tirlsaninnd ii aA t recto-%t -e'arntheir
y~i. u-u k lsA ei! .mnet. Thei %.,r 6 ,te .hx
in4 thi t he h ','h 'n. Their dhtim ec""
I 'r tre Vi-eevk cAne'ssr .%% a i
aT1J :III".: an..Ittha 1 14 t -I
ATL1 1 .. IS -1-1

.. *:n~~I ~j. e n i i' n n*ert I e --a 'm.. Kl.ip. x
i- 1 .i L N t:12- .%' .
[LAD1'S' Al 1,01 DEPARTMENT. 1~.. t. tt.:
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Druggists sell Large Bottles foT




THE ORIGTWFAL


ST. LOUIS



A B.C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler.

ALSO WHISKIES. BRANDIES WILES, IIPORTED AND 00DO II

Paul Jones and Echo Sprinis CelIcbrated Whislies.

IRY i eOITLE OF CEERY T011O .
PHONE 154. : : : : Il 0 ,X 5*7.
__J-TG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
';i't I re,,.- I I"'1.ver t I- %ny Pa'lrt if t!t- C tv.
S 1 \i ord- i'r fi it it Th' iiil-e. iit! a niuttib, will be carefully
ate- ided 'o.




-o-.P.OP ETOK 01*-0

CRONIeS SALOON
--D1)EALEK IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cilars.
JUG TRADE A SPVOTAT-TY.
(o llinr Ro lmont atn( Davilliari Sta PKNIACf'( A FLA



H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
A'l KindA ,(. Plumbiung and Gaq Fittin:ar Materialp Kept n Hand


4- a16-e'e 'vIf. & bt.a


OUNN'S s


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAl PLAN.


Three Regular

leals F ach Day

25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYSTERS,-. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINI)D- IN HEA-ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-FrmuiA $1.(i) to $1.:,,' per )Day. \LODGING:
.1.5 and 511) S. South Palalox Street PIen-ia.-la. lorida / 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
:N F ('f .1 J N\ I 7' '. : .


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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVJLLE.


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JOHN NICHOLAS'




305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
O pI" -' I i- I N I-*IIIPuT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night.


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urdt and c:mmtn-

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:1 SIM


N. J. SCHMITZ9


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


5 ,


Your Credit is Good at 0. M. Pryor's GREAT BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE......
Largest, Finest and Most Up-to-Date Furniture House in Pensacola. Three large stores, from 40 44 S. Palafox, all flled with the latest
styles of Furniture. You will find our prices much lower than those of our competitors. Kindly call and look over our new stock.
0. M. PRYOR'S GRE:T BTRCOGIN FURNITURE HOUSE.
4W - -.. .----


SOCIAL AND 4 4SNI


L.,~.%Fitsuril 'ov if J-HIt kB iV r.-
i-..*ru-d attt Me otrenauat'- t-i-da.tv



'Win. It. Fal(tI-y ef NMrixni Ina r
:avf-1 ltwri' Ivi- flitghit atid r-.i
at tho' Mf-rchzfiat-.

(j '.a-.f'BI' -iaxhain t(o bf A toasdsry
public fair the -.tate at lanef-.
M. A~t'l~ya t prominenlt =- w mill
mitt, +4 4 ,irri-ti4u. is ill lt 1 c4. t%. s
I4Ijfla'~.HO iIa a Ua--iat .rt h 14

Tho- dattee-antdtiji-da I drill 4of the
ipl#y Liht Ifanitry at !I:a-

I.. I'ia'- araha~r' will play at
.-. intiavl~ i4V ill a i urv4. '-,u S .i-w!:
j'd~lIs! -ta-.i t,iii-..k t I 1i t5.'h- b -iit-Ii
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TBAT'S exactly what it. is: Two Thousand Choice Garments are
read for you Cor-et Covers. Chemises Gowns. Drawers and
Skirts You CANNOT POSSIBLY BUY the Cottons and Trimmings for
near the Cost of these Finishpd Garnonts' And they're made jus- a?
you'd have made them- same care exactly. They're ample in ev.ry
way; no skimping and at just about half the average wholesale cost.


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Here are goods worth $1.,0 to $1.25. and the buyer saves the price of a Dinner.


Lot 6Ujj.

$1.00. 01

God enogh for a Queen $2.00 would be the right pric for the goods.
Good enough for a Queen; $2.00 would be the right price for these goods.


-DRESS


GOODS


VAhUES-


MAN AND HIS MONEY.

THE VARIOUS WAYS IN WHICH BILLS
ARE CARRIED.

How the Mlan Who I mem a Rubber
Band Around Him Wad Firxem U His
Hull-Coln ( rnnks. 4ho ih ILke to
Hiendle New l.Mone.>- health In Ev-
ery Pocket.


k great imaii% men hava r~atljy jilea:i ~NEVEi FN THE H ISTI 1 l Y OF OURB I'~ i'EHAEW H
a! ttit 4I.tP1wri aig 1-i 'I sbills fai.rtr4:ativ li' (>111 r .+ lt a .- f Ia k t; tiod -assdo.0 rnit, otsi r -lhtvlv --,, to-day.
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hatitdilitg. Out.n'a u st fl '. laill-to ti-fa t h t
sejiaa t ly. eepin ~. ~ I we .l s eI I e1 taly a-, larzitr cit its au. t-i sa"%-%o.il tth it'arli.The same
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loot-kethaaaoi''. T sl~li- ilet haulf'acltiIat~ues s'-
ti~iikiiug a Ismirs'i~a'.t'. 'li-zis a:4liiat-t :1
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nissltlk Itsv 14P I i' :1.sqitIll s'it-, rt. ti':a 4~-iiich IHe'tnrietta- faar ........... ...... ........o y 'ai rd.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900. 7


ROBERTS-KITCHENER

START TO THE FRONT

Commander and His Chief of
Staff Leave Cape Town.

:70 ADVICES FROM BULLET

,1't l '",, l II I. th,- II .n.
of ( *in ,.*t .%. tn 1) c oar- th.- 1 iseo
H ts (e m 1- 1t I1-I i h lt r by I{*C-.
( glai7 ox tl l l"M ) r l 11A. p l

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A, \:) N, Feb. '-x:ethe ruspen-e
regard in;: Geural hi It-rb itireuilen*9
and the ,;-erauo'ns affecilng the late of
!Ady!iv-ntnt coutmuiC! cure "eve& even
by tne vagure',5t 4sac ,there corn! -
from ottier quarters interesting news in
tue anflouflc-i-rit that kield Marthai
Lord R.:q-rts, tue commauder-in-cbief
of tile Lritiih forces in South Arirc3i,
atij his chitf of @'taff. Major Gencrai
i: t;Kitcbeut-r. have left for ibe front.
As tt-s uaformatidb was beli i upfor
llevvral bour,; by tue Ceuiscr. it seem~s to
i2.ui1 itet, tat an iuiportant M(.5.'tluelt
(Dsco lt.
A d spatch froin Storkstrnoin. uiated
iw. trnixnl. annilunices that itie ]Boers
a- -w !~~L-ing.'ncsra. taamalrrtI- in t
(Ire, *1 1 3 F.T~ntI9W--Th Iltl trtoi-eedinx I
tetwo"-xi :I- )UfJI O.'s A rie.avc-d Storic.
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Inheritance.

Prifula i. t h1 rnvt obistirate of blood
troubles. aini i-s ftnfi tin'' r,-tult of an
inherited taixnt in the 11, .d. S. S S.
is ti.' <.nly rtm'-dy \w:i,'h :g,,. ds tel
enou)ih to re::,' -r.'f ia : it fItrces out
every trace of the disease, and cures
the wor-t casts.
My 'on. Char'ie. wan affictpd from Infancy
with *<-'rofuia. ar:l hie uff,-r. so that :t wal
in :p.s--il ile to (ire-s i.m
for three year-. H is
head arli l".iy were a
ia-- ',f sore-. ar.rd i!i
V'y. -'!4iit al-( 1 .It-eame
affT' walz spar.d- tlat we
thought wtu-ud rri,-lve
hl:i.i 1. w li g'r-ew worFse* -
U l;i 11w- co' illx'U ttR-'- ,4w .-
ind-. 11itual'i-. 1 Lhad q
BiI' 'lf,-despaired of h11,-
ever 1i7n cure-d, when
tJy t IIe atvi,'- ttf a fr-It-nd I i
We" :v' him S. S. S.
lSwift' T wp(' 4-T A de-
tided nil pr--v2n-nt wan the reu!t. and aftev
he had tauk'! i nt & i,7*'n b-.Tt'.1- nt tont- wi kn-
of hi- h frmPr ireadfu, cfi;(ltiuiin wIou.,i hav(
5powa!i7i?-t d him. All :hli- .-re., ,tn hi- \',dv
livt- ltn-a!pd<, hiis skin :. p-rf#-'tly <.lf:ir :and
sm'):oh. aud be hab 1-en;i r- 't.red t' I",.r ri-c
health. MB. 1 S.R N. ANIA :Y.
8.., Elm t.. Macon. <.a.
For rta} blond trouit'.s it is a waste
of ti::rt- to 9xplett ii a 'trr. ftic l tholi.t' (
tor- BhloI dis(,n-,- aur beyond theil
skill. Swift'a Sp.citi'.


S. S.S.T Blood
reach s all d'eep-- :ctt'd ca.-oss whihli
oth,'r rfmtnedi-"- iy. nt,,,-ff.-ct upont. It
is th," only blnd r:ni,-dy uaiinraTit(-edl
purely v-gPtatl'. a;tid ,'lontalin- no pot-
ash. ilr-iIcuIrv r lii!"- ll fninera l.
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A JAY FROM


JAYSVIhhE.


A r (1,, -i,;21 ) 11 nd t, r.


FIVE NIGHTS!


Feli I TUJESDAY,:Fl.I


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WOODWARD-Rt

WARREN *


Great Specialties!
A l.I. THEt ; A\ *,i;i'I "


Popular Prices: 10. 20 ard 30 Ccn's.


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THE MIDNIGHT MASUERAD


BRITON AND BOER.
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Furniture at all Prices.
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1.;,lr-,rd T by all P'h -iciarn. th'
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Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSA\(C()iLA.
Try It. Oa Tdp a' ',rl a1oons.


PR IZ M[DAL DRILL AND GRAND BAL


*.,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 Date, Thursday, February Sth.




Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

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

+ Rooms foe Rent by the Day, QWeek or Month. O
311, 312 lortk Tarratona Streit, Opposite Unioa ODpot.
0-Teiephone 68.-O
---.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.*:.
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
._ -[ FRESH ViGETABLES RCtIVI DAILY, IDOLEULE AID RETAIL. -
I,,,+,,,,,, Pensacola. Florida. : *""


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First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


A We draw our ,wi, Kills ow f Fi re!:nte on Ejrit W ritain. Ireland
Ocrmauy, Fraince, Aun-riAi, Italy. H ii and. Kpui, e. -iluii,, Ru-, ia, lor
way, Swedeu, Dri.mark and other E'ur,,pe.au countries.
AlilVeselse Disburned upon the Mowt Favorable Terms, and their
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Detanatious Ten or Fifteen Days
af.er VesHel Arrives there.
AW'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for theUsm
of R.ed*tne.


SOLr, AGEWT FOR


KENTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT ITS NAME IMPLIES
c.-THE -


I.TRAGER & CO.
DISTILLERS, CINCINNATI.
PROP BANNER DISTILLERY 5'-"DT.KY.




Peter


PETER BElit,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


-1I1-. L.EK IN-


E[ RYTHING"F, FIRT-ISS


WhIlies, Wines, Cordialst., Br, Etc.,
i th I .'-t aro'. M's -' I' pti l: r I I :til,'*.


Jug Trade a Specialty!
fi ,l.-r- l'PI.;tp ly -l .-I t 'i. i Sati-factiorn
I'u w-a i l l i I .
Renm umber the 'lace,


Bell,


201 East Intendencia Street.


A. M. AVERY,
(r I mwor aN w Jr e 4 E ou)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP


THE HEINE ACAf MY OF MUSIC, E aacre,
N 'i. s N ort'; Pi tli fo,,t t ,i (.t.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal. Iron, Nails, Axes, Bhovols, Saw Mill and Hteamboat inU[iplies, Cooking
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant. and Heating Stoves. Painut. Oil, and Window Glasm,
S.... '1" "'.;:;lit',;.i.::;' Agate and and Ti nware and Housefurnishing Goods.
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WEEKLY MCIIEI)UL].
FOPK STEAM DIVISION
PENSA('OIA t L (CT"IC TIMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Train lIiave- Pen-acola for the. Little
.tayou. Palnmtto HB-ach. % arrington, Navy
ard anid io. -rt Karrancas at
'l:t a. m.arrlive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
.: m n. arrive at Fort Barrancas l,.45&a.rn
p.m.arriv- at Fort Barranca 1:45 p m
,.; p im. trrir v.at Fort Hirra .itn 4:- i:; |) I
*,:l p. m. arrive at Plo-t Barranca- 7:li'p rm
:** p.in. .alrivetat 1iort Harratncai 4:465p.rn
Trains ltave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
7:*i a. m. arrive at Pensacola ..... :15 a. Ir
I I :4t p. m. arrive at 'enu acola......... 11:46 p. m
.:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 46 p. m
5.,1i p itn arrive- t P'.n-acola :45 p in
7:00 p. m. arrive& a. Pensacola......... 7:46 p. m
'S:45 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 9:0 p. a
*.aturdavy only.
In effec; Dec. 1st. I-9'
SUNDAY ICHBDCD.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort BarranosM
9a.m. 10 a. m.
11 a.m. 12 m.
1 p.m. ip.m.
2 p. m p. m.
*p.m 4p.m.
p.m 65p m.
6 p.. 6p.m.
8 p.m. p. m.
PARK FOR WEEK DAY*.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 45c
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ... SM
Pensacola to Palmetto Ifeach and return 16c
PARM r"A G DAT
ieeasools to jrt Barraml1e Nav7
Sard and return .... -r
Penacoola to Palmetto Bemb aad


Goes, Pistols and F,,;hing Tackle.


AGENT for Birming am R ling Milla Corij.,ry k~, r.- Glans
Stitched Eelting, Northampton mrnfry Wheel ConipAr;7. Laftin & Rand
Powder Company, Johnsron' Kual -,ir.i, Iron ingi and i'1-k'- Stovpe-
and It:tngis. Win.Coupe Co "s Raw "' L- Lace L3ather, Madary's Ready
Mad. Railroad Colors.
Masonic Temploe, Penaecola, Fla.



ThT TIE IIWS' WAIT COLUMI!


AITEI
aitedl to bhi all k io SIcg NlGO
ahld Forlitiro, Ihrstuias c. I .
Illru it In 2. N ot M2


~"'CUE OUSE~rChinese and Japanese

*-Fancy Goods,-:*
:TO 1'tEv 44 1C, f w A L GO I
qV4"4T' I .sd by IB ruggtata.
r. ~ A. *'~'~ ~ No 31 booth iaao tet
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V I -- WM. H. K14OWLES W. A. BL~OUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. 1-IYER.JR

.-. -D. G. BRENT,

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'OPERA II()USE. iI IS EEI!

ONE NIGHT ONLY: '. IN LIN B


MONDAY, FEB. i.


8.


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THIK Cl IT COUNCIL..
P~rocee-dings of t.amni Night's Regular
Meeating.


Ulmared at the P~Coft f(lie atI
VIM.. m semdcnleaus matter.
Ovr"clE:Pitt Huilding. '44



TIE NEWS PTIPLISHIN

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~Sm, dvertkiaers and a
dum ie tuSd where csudmate@ w
~ fOr GENERAL ADVE

MIEACOLA. IFEF. 8 1

Orvihiosi vary concert
value of thet new gl-allW ha'
lbawecontencled that the Ile(
mrsimould keep touris.tg a'
tbb hasbeen in a m-asured
by the actual expel li~zenc of
wS in gotule cof the favorite
Men'. ba~untm in the state, a
orbiting eportsmen have te!.:
thelitctaaen"IS th4l bt-!t t.'attu
-law,.T hit. S omne iivt- ~4-VO-1
&bat the liceniae slitm Ilith- *2
of $10.


rary, the Lakt- (ity Itidt*x
more than half a -qolullm 4)fe
nable pace in answer to Ti>
on the -~tillpet 4o1 jcti-Iei
lawi. but a- ill owf It- argi
bz-sed ujpccilwyl~l' pis inli
Tau Nwsm-advol-atte= the 1)U
of thetlaw- m:li-'-/ 0.o
hundred i-r Iler.*i.l
state. wtiicl it Iiiatjvre-r doi
.~rea~ly little ir' hoe ?,aid ill

THF Atiferic~an ,11111U
monthly talole o #f luinh-,r :at
exiport- f.e 'IwIet-wh r :-1,

timber fie! tha~t mqiictli w
per cent opt the uoal from :t
rru port -.a- .tgwi me t ';
foir N_'overi: hr. 61 l, ~i vst E
!ober.44'.6*2v-r cent fo)r Septei
.4 &!2per evit f~or Atii.-ti-t. Ii
exp'ofL$ opt ho:rd~. dvak all
for Dec*-iiih-r fiqin Itiii- Pr
-NQ! petr cet t it Iopt I t tvtotal
P-outheri Ii l or 1-. ag*a ~:i[i.t
vent for Nonvt iivi ler -r331:pe'i
*.tober+ Ije.r 2i_,*p -l- t -foir St
and -to 3 ; fr rect tfor Atil-ii
*b% aeeoe-4-AMim ill r
I. adt-r tite ah~o%-e talm-oneer


the pre-.e-iat ie citit a it m
Florida, :aad ptimocm-atei vt
Vie1 w ilwiell wo.havs.t' Ir
tertained. that we take- pi
trAn~'erizzii.It to) 'Lur c,)i


I)OME NEWS NOTES o o.e 1no'5"'Bread is the Staff of Life,"feptaton
THEREFORE HAVE IT 00.


The regular meeting of the city
council was held last night. Pres-
nut. Mayor Hilliard. Alderman
BaarTS.Calhn.Chri-tie,Pfeiff(-r.Hays,
G V. Brouizhton. (Gil:.-,-. Bizz-11. Greeti

Ivance. aind Ave-ry.
:,.. after reading and approval of the
minutes of the l-t re-gular meeting.
'I' comnlllUnicatiotin.' from tillh mlavor
l iidliv 1
wer- read. one enclosing a cointilu-
'EWS: nication from the city attortiey rel.a-
tive. to payment by the state board
' prar ut
of heaithi for the quarantine pl int.
acomininended the passage of a reso-
*. lutiin urging the state boird of
application health to give immediate attention
to the matter, which was re-cived,
the resolution unanimou-ly adopted
and ordered that the resident agent
of the state health board be furnish< d
with a copy thereof.
The mayor recommended that two
the marines who had been fined $k0 each
M g for being drunk and disorderly and
U cUgo. re-is.ting an officer, and who had
inn., when- served out about 27 days ,of their
either; ma: sentence, be releas-ed upon their pay.
RTibeivN ring jointly $6&i in cash. Th+e recom-
..m.. nendation was approved and it was
S s ordered.
00.i Tie inayor stated that during the
recent cold weather the city prison-
ning thie -rs were sleeping on iron cots with-
w. eo!e out covering and that lihe had in-
ense feat- -tructed the marshal to expeind i$3o
for blanketi. The action was ;ip-
way. but proved and on motion of Alderin il
lisproved Gre-en an appropriation wa- mande
the sea- for the board of public safety toe pay
thie M; al -.
Ssort-- ''tihe re-signation of T. E. Well-~ as
id niliy mi niepibter of the beo:itd of plhlic
jiflrd tlrat s-at-ty wa-,. in illi.,tloii re of tl. 'l Calim. accepted.
Alderinian Hays aizr'e--d to with-
d clt*- hold Iii- r'--inatiion I clh:airin tii ,I
25 in-te;id tie hail tir and S iilit:v'vy oe illtiiiTt e
l til til t iit- Xt lill ti- g to 've if t!,.
eidinance tlo be ihitr ulitivced by All-i -
oitite-l p l linl11riil ti'eet-in iaVt.- lIin the autborityv
Swi l k in tlith t c'apiaclty.
t i l- ()Io ; l:tnliti ii o lt A.dterian Chr ('ii-'i-.
N : NI..- J. ,.e re- \Vhiite. \ ';- nitiiiinn,'i-:.\
litl; tt.te .le'i,,- a II .ihet- r ,'i 1f tht.i I > t, rl eIe
iill l t i- pl 'ltli' . itf tv Io till tie v'ac.iliir
*il- i-,- l lv t'e r -il.:iittlaiin If T. F
i --thal.th \e.l, -.
tillicatio, C(' il.tamiltii ( ;re', l of t in- tl'i.liic',-
?t ,,'. ,o f '.e nc iil itltet e ielorte- t i.:i; it l t ie ; ii:-
1 I, i l ;lit- city. att ,"ll ,-V. w lii'l, w, .I
I I i l. tIIallIt e city concid Ii:,,1 l'(.ill '.
; -- l" l!ihlld tihe $:l.';lb;ti:tlaj oef -.al i \
It pllY. .illni '2 L'. in th -i-'.peI-- fillni tie
t'l c('c-dit f e-x ("C ty .\l ;it-l I Fi A.
li-e' ii;i 11'- .-iVa. i .e tlio,-e talinoie ti.-A h ti I. 0 *i i
ti Il.mli ti I- 1 I- .
A l-ol. tt. ti t th ;a rt -t*l i f P.t I-
,'' t' i y .1 ii C for 2 0il;i h.toer -:t. -i te 11-.
f -:i : iw l e't.' .,il !)i I A11 p iiil.
> 0'9r t "_' S *1 A l 1 ;1:1 t i t i :i ;Iit i 1 icif
11 -, (iti- 'w .- re ;t a- ijy it lian ie t, I Ili.~ t til.
t c.ir ci f < i] iilic vw i k- I' ;i:tiv le te t "
1'" (' c l tlll; ;a!i (t draiili- lthat li-e ,de' d -
It for ie' p;ta 1i1i lg ai t tit-. !iity<'r w i- ir. eji--t ,1i
mltler atii tee -*.' t hat i-int liie- ;Il,:_ te ,. v' ,i! ,i
i lfr tor-t puin pi
ite le r I't. ,, r tI. e r L ri,:,.
ni pla k- that tI Co' ii trl'ct wvih l !i I eP,.i- I('t;.i
oert we- i .i tii- '. l.i li hitcn.r tiet- city -tce', -
fro tii ;l, 'wuild expir<- Jan.ii 1, c1. iic -i --
_._ ..-.lted- I tli.it tile- til:arl l jof l''l le k-
"hee' 2-' I#I r(-iiiiidt l d < I till- i *i.. t; t l it it
Ct'e-llt fo i ltII lt tie' V.1I I;I ',I t a *i 0;l 'ec 1:~[ I, tee
ept m-iintl i :,Iv. ,ti-' ter bid fo: lI : i i,;g I.,
t. ciI -irfo't-.
)it it,' rlciti ii-.n i l .l ti..T e l I i 1; -
..** 11:n HI :ty '- J27.' ',. ;Ip a lp ,r i,!et o .
'c Iil ii, -I .- '-e
'Y *y 'li't city Itz ,i i.. t -. X' I t r'
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S-!i if I ordtwaire and Husliehoil,
-'.,V --I I. lt .'(t- in creat v;trii t at
a'i heti, i prices, at I';:aiCs'. (oli-
en a"r I', :'e x and Romana. tf-tt
cal NAVAL STORES MARKET.

ihi Reported Daily for The News b)
nd- Messrs. A. M1. Moses Co.
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Cold Wave
I- pr'- licted for to-t iitht. Aveiil
thle ~i ip lby havin IDutT. '- M silt
\ t-kyv in tte liou'-e. u--i
Arboie a -lls it.

Your Credit is Good
For anytthiinig illn oir Ltn-.. e 'ive
:i larve 'a--cortinm t of I ( (c'-. Ief-
Lounge-. Toilt t 'it. and l-drir),,oi
Siiite- Iron lI-'d.toCnd i !tt it nri


Better t1han te


HOUSEKEEPER

what Goof Flour

is; that is vla

Honst keepers

Prefer Obelisk


Local forecast for Peemcol and rncanitl
Fair. ith .'dli war,' to-niOflt aNlld Frilmd:
sositheatt shlf ing to high inlrthireslt 'inf. .lI/aiL -
mesm temperature yesterday. i6;0 degree.; 1inl.
imuns in la.! 24 ours .is degrees
KNIGHT'- OF PYTHIAI-Regular
meeting of R.ithbone L,>dre No. :1).
K. of P.. to-night at 7 :;i) o'clock;
work in the first rank: il members
and visitors urged to attend.
MARINE A.\YS-The schooners
Davy Crockett and Maud Spurling
hauled out on the marine ways to-
day for overhauling, and the brig
Alice Brad.haw was launched.
GEN. GOoRIeoN'- LECTL'RE-Gel.
John B. Gordon will deliver his lec-
ture., he Last Days of the Confed-
eracy." at the opera houme on the
evening of Feb. 19. Don't miss it.
BAI 1 SIEWALKS-All citizens are
reque-te-d to notify City Marshal
Wialde f any sidewalk they know of
being in ba.1 condition and e will at
once see that it is put in good -epair.
A Quric' TRIP-The fishingmsnack
Benj. F. Sutter, Captain Meohetta,
arrived this morning from the Cam-
peche snapper banks with 2.4tO
snappers, making tre trip in tifty-six
hours.
MILITARY BALL-Dion't Ini- the
dance and medal drill of the Chip-
lIy Light Iinfantry to night at the-
armory. The floor is- in fiti- condi-
tion and gcod in-.i- will he pro-
vided.
ARTISTII \\<01:K T'he 1 -idp of
Pet"r Bel 's ,ptilar salooll is I being
arti-tically :c-in ited by an el:ibh r-
atp picture f f -l lion and aill infant,
the work o-f t.'at expert, Theodoire
\VWhe, r.
\Vii.i. A!'li r i,-J. (. Kirhy. t:lip
'lliiiiit -Iil e, toir convicted in tthe
r'iii:ii l c.ill!rt for trespa-siin.r I.-
,'.ll-Tt i o! t, riiz, thi ttie t i, 4e o)ff a d ,-
li iliP| lt i f t r ti t r t si- ac let ,ef
filr'iittilr' :itt.! hte'ingi Wa 'lir il iot tel
do -.. will tak", ii wiplcal to the -tm-
prtlnei court.
FI\k ( I K;s.i--- :lit 'e.i-t- i-ter
tb -taill- Ill t Ic-' .il w ith tti fi!i"
T n'litlle-.c ei. (r' -'- that arriv-d tlii-
1i.iil ilijg ft r the P ,ietis;aci la Live',ry
S't:all''. w'-r-' : it of thiigh bra-d c!iick
-,.- f ,f v:arie'l- breed.iwlhichl I Mr. Joe i:
i;. W .\\',i t rdl-re-t for niiiiit-lt at id
ftri'i(l-. ht-vy i tar beauitit-s.
I i: iR E l'!YN4;.i. RI.'AilN;<-O()lntinl
I.'I e ,. r y ;.ii icontaii;iin a ;a rie-s of ;ir-
',*. iic;>ien i(ivers opeitni air i-p' "-
;,il '- I ill i tle So)itlh, iland es-ptciall
lit Fl,rielt;. while tlhe Northi i-
-wathited in inow and i,'-- '). (l.
Y o.niinl- in s,,uttilie n waters, tar|i. ii-
ti- iiclit.. golf. shootingg ,tltad ,ll.'-r
) Frt- ;irl re,- re-.p lted bi y v excellf'ilt
,itl(.;t--. by expert-, heautilniiiy 11-
li-t lrate .
Wai1V .INt:-. l.I Eir HoMv -T-'|
W\oiodward-Warre-ni coipaniy Ire--
-:It.- 1 tha. l;mi'zahle farce' "\V y
Ji '- L-ft Ho'ne" at tOie optlr.i
!i ,oi-' l:i-t ti.tit to a cro)wde-d hI eii- .
YM. (;,i- VWod.ilwatid., assi-te-d eyI t',-
I v.ly ic,,i' -. ke ptthe ;ln lieit'c with
;i tlr. il ;:i'i'i on their faces the wholI
.Vr,:it:,_',. iT h, -po ialti s. i ciicl iiiin
-ioi- m ry fini-e clas-cal mu-.ie, We re-
S\.-,il,. '''['ie' M idnim let M ;i-cii'-
r.c e \\i'! l;e tihe bill for to--ii til
A ill :1 1 11. l 111-# w ill iiitlnli i tl lly h,
!ill- '!.
I. W i i.. \VA I.K t-:i- T ., n iiArri:., ,t
Mi-- Nc-limIe HIll \V ilk.-r te, Ir.
[ -, itinilerl l.'-irdi tiik pl;itc- .it
" ,, -' .lC lt' .rit C, e ,o. k la-t rlii.ht.
I; v. I' ''.iv iv i. \V Ili:l'oy ,flici.at-
'I'. h- iat lit l:t it- were al i--
P.e:il V.iWal'c-r ind N1r. "Frank ;Lairni.
'1 ;, .- q.-** ii,,.y W :- p#-rfortit h d 'ti atl
il ,\' itl-ite, !l,)or:. he ll. A after te I
i'!. iian-i. a We 1d li',. -iil)|)er wA-'
- i \ :1 !I,' 14li ti ii6e of til l hrid("'-
S,:i- .it-. \ r. arnl .I r'-. .1. A W :ilker.
\ir. a! lMi L:iir t Il f-t thil- il rn-
S ,. ','-ir li ,iii,- at V 'rnoi li, l'i;t.
.'i", l.\VW il. IIIE SllAl -- Il '.l
('-l e'li i. L. itd is the iitr- ,t- t :'.-
rici tic 2 -' Cnlli citI" of tliii"e, ftat ull-
: '\\i,- ,I. (e iIt lit i :ir te liie Dil tle i
oef '( , v' iTa 'il- ri <'r. 'lI'l.-y il '
elei.ll!e ,--- i t 1r e eI-i.ily ot f e -pciW li ;ilila
l' Il e, *I in I !.** "* W atter's hltiIt fol r
\i'e- ci o y i1 f eli eprct- tcatiim l
itel I Fil-li c ,iiilli' -Ilh iti l ttip ir
lie -c-iie' ...e'l a- :i t>i.iTtie futlii-- r p --
e]l ,-xc'-'ii,-i t fi-ti hey <> r peJoplee -e'lil
; i t', Ic' "'~i> li wiliit al(lt i : al 'ii l h 'lle t c
tlic li- rt mc;-It w lo c',it.l"- tc tl'il
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I4~A~ww4 ws Reapys R1a b1bhite: t


Lewis Bear & Co., Agents,

Pensacola. Florida.






Cohen, Friedman & Co's


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4 GREAT MID-WINTER .







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


Big Bargains!
IN I)RES t()OLS, SILKS' AND SAT'iIN.t.


Big Bargains!
IN TABLE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS EIt'


Big Bargains!
IN LAII'V-a .'MISSE.S'. (APES AND .JIAI lF I'. AN I IN LADIES
TAi LOR-M \iD IE .SSI.<


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES SILK A\NI) BRILLIANTINE l-KIRTh ANI) LADIES
FLANNEL ANI) SILK W IST'S.


Big Bargains!
IN 01 1K NTIKE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH HHOE iIDPARI
MIENT; VERY PAIR' (l 'ARANTEED.


Big Bargains!
iN M1 N :;. IlKl1S' AN)D ('CHI LDREN S 'LO'H IN(: AISO() M N -
SHIR''TS AND WIN1EI UNDERWEAR{.

Big Bargains!
IN (O)L'Ui MIILINERY DEI'A I'tMENT.
4:;ailor- ;iait I W alkini Hit-. w,-rtht $1 I I, t ini $l $ ro iig :i t thin i ig (t' ,,rt



Big Barguiins!
IN C'ARPE'r. NMATTIN(iS. W I))\V SlI.\iDE -.LAC('E 'I''RAINr-
1' it i-tv l repce v., d iireet froi .1ii i i ii **ni- n :r-loiil o MIittilig;
Hiiild-Oilint (C'n lari t DTI)!--i ; .i- low piri(,- will iirpfri'e yv l.
COME AND SEE THE GREAT R T.WOTION.

I Li,,ln-inhber our Trade D icoint. .' 1 If lf all (Cah Purchla.e .!

YOURS ANXHi' IS 1 'iPLEASE,

iCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.W-
JW."Mail Orders Promptly Attfindf-d To.l'


Coffee: Coffee!:
II C cffll the .attentio oli
M/n' 10'nr)(1 publici' to IIr
fvu'c flit n'tw haire' onpo/'"
/ile hest/ eqiippel/ Ido'.st'/rs*
i i the Sotl/h. (ilt/ fhit 'r
c(iL fl'urnish, this d/elifioIxS
/.v.'.rat;;e 1it pr'ieNs 1'1t/
<'/.// .competi/ion. II'f /.Iso
I'/.l'h to re#ntmi i //hii /1f/ l ourl
// ,/,.' (ire always i. /sh
/'-i",, the ]R?)aste.r 11 whilee
oth crs t re old( a n h ti rr lost
their (trom1t, Oil' i's fresh
(i,/ ,/eicioi.s.
.Veit Orleans .;'rfcr/y Co.,
,IAS. .Af'll /'";/,
Phone 10.-. Pioprietor.


Mardi Gras Goods
Are triot all of a f; lin i e i ar'ol-r.
You will want too ce-Iebruate the
(lay by treating olr fF!tri-a ii .
Ca'.ill at Eutgeni- .Alhorit- Saloon and you wIll fi:tel 1all tio-
b--t brand-.

Furniture on Credit
IM,,ot beautiful lire of -ide- bhoard-
*.ve-r "-1.ow in th e- cit. \V ,rlphb--,
with irla-- (l for- o f -v,-r. etc-erip-
tion. from tlih- I',apest t., tI,- fin--t
Itill-top 'cretary eta- ;o antly
fini-hed, a tineinene oi f cl(ir.a' clo,-C t-.
afind agrv.l thiii i ( P >.. i. ,Ain ,... 1 i n t* ti._


Don't Pay $40 and $50

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W~VAYNANC M'( %j I :Y.
SmIthl of ootI. Lwii'.. Iii'. L. L. WA tIf.
York. and c.1 .I'. 'eizilIin it'i
The m 44113 e440Iitim i'It-ii:1 tt'.41114' fr. '1'
this list I,. i Marltin I iiii iii (of4 *x1.11
who m-(IU t~iP lt. c.".. A 1UI4:mlitT4Il-!4
to get NuI4r'. tiilr% %% t. I~ii Ilio. i. \1
week for tentt c:i %s.. NutII.n's t ito''i
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l4lle.for five v,-',or-z tI~a -t ..14('.401
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Medical Society. Attention.
The-re will b- a regular meeting t1
t ie P.-usacula Mdical Society a
t e Board *if Hoalth ,*fPt"- at
*'cock p. ai Tuepday. Fe-). 1: :ti( I27.


ALL DEPENDS ON TAYLOR. POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
D). raiverstic Pt.....1For MWiklei~gLou e- Ifr *'l 441art. in iloullt ii!44)t it. It. 41413Kdor
v I fi Ii *44(jianriil-m IL I
L't -VIE.Feb. 7 -Ta.ere is no ao 'rI* tr-- LasIll 0 (,1: i~ i.
tivitv in tmit:xa c''c es tt.day. -A d Id- tL~ w 1
pt'l4'i. (U iruonGv *no ru~ a",.ra nd the re* '::,'AI:-' ii1'~2 1) dohut
suit 01 Tilt autzkr s -N .!(-i-r.Ltionl of the a. 1..':. .2.4ll~'I ..:
a.'r~ei~ie:it .,rtwu uia: _m. An-i-t night's Il. 24:1ilxV-I
In. 9 li, (-rik t:'I, a::'i fur n:j r m.' 2 12 1' .',11 1i1.% IIl4'i ', A ''
1.ul-ILve tiirn.ht-.o:_:arr,-r~of (iurvertiur ~ '.1L x I.~ l.I Z41.,
lir'eckiiaui i ndin, hg..arurp were,
f-r a lCjI'-' .:4 '4 t,,w 9C 131 Lie. It . ..i lilt *- '-41 .'..
i-, prni.sumiced nev w~i. ble tAi~el Up it' Ol.d* ~.L . n'
-rtior oarierxfit ,, A III- :'r'1'-i.
Ner ra .con- -. 1..:'in )rat!:. UPn-'
ter- ),i in. 1- t' Ur- Ie n-'re, lit- u'.A :1 x . i'~
1ihi. tile ,ttl(~iv,-rs : 110 t hones. .A oot,0t~ 1i..... I :~ h121
4)U ar- oil tteir way tio-ii C(m1.'uuin a'i A.:1,11T -' 1. i.. 1'4.
lt'w fc'iier, are at toelr h i..s tIn the j 'i.V. *sa
T1ut'v arp takiagno 1) (ocl4'ue-t ~ l*,.Ii
.iAn.'' e tuiTaipea 144 Lol Ihi liJr 214 1,11V1 4 v
are' a;,x.(.ti'. 22:c '' rauiiv4r:toa~traid :. ..I2a- .
i ,f u aI era I o, 0 v 1i r ( T'w h-I t, inar-
row, b~ut sar tthh-v st.. tysv i4'rt' uut~ .fles ...*h4
they are- given 'r. Iraa hat .,.1.!r:.4 1tIi
tiley will1,t 1:e cc II .I >.o. by thle i'.ul
A.p-~i1Ut-IV ornia. ", ---ii (if the


Lrrze de~egci: OnI will g *.I*-n here 1 .yII-,; 14. I-
or Fraiik~ort to attend tr.naorrjw'b ?u .- .1 I I'
aeral ex'-r-ise-:. Tat- Y,.uia M.-n'- 1 Dom. .A. :;1l t
orrati(' c~ub and o::wr party (.rg.Lu~a : r
tii.1s will be. well repreenteuw....1'.l t
NOVELTY HAS WORN OFF.2 : 2 'I ..

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a rni-sa..e lhad tj.-'4't rt-o.v,-,i iV! '. U 1 I 'I
6 uv r:; i, Lir.r Lh "igi'1tile ek-:ltcr- Si' l.'i 1.- *. '.
:-... ag c(J,hii it .-it* ar ttZ't ii'l-'it At4414 1. 111.144 2 '
bA t.1i :h i4gisilt' rs et: t. iir lbeds awai I J. I~ ~ n. trtca"ot
ga 11-r-dI in tie Ih-,! toldilt-jIt of Solihd St,-rI rt!-Si I vr And
pha se. Ie' nie..F~k n pii
'me rumor c'-W.'i n. be ccntf:711ed iig-r-Ki.'.fr~aa 4O4t
arig ti;.llev e(lI atdr. [.I,( file -' IT'Ittci'l"l
tt-nd 'tiit) io 0w tlil 'tItC 11eV t.l it 1 )li-t' O G DlE T R T
lt'wii a% -worn oti and a vci ntig, -wahhe LO G DI E T R

br1Kitw i-h 54) tthiv, aizit XIII 1t)DilibtOKNIGHTS OF PYTHI &S.
tiuis 1114ruliig, .41141 ---ver~tI ('44ik-.Liut's 'na.aliigeNt3.Kr1
*11111:lug near hlim e :;r* ,'cd ittue '-ie
de-ire 01".' L' 4'A rv 'Monday .-'4e.n-
I ,4 aT 7 '. ad t '-11+- uHall.
T'iert. were uno ill:ttwi~al nxt-:_Ab'r-, I. 1i tenll:T s)11 hall ut. N'.-tt
At .1) k *lilt. li;::, nr~.v'liep (iti'ris I\I-11tlnu i t-t.! 2r.ii cordial,'
r11:11' n.-.i fion rto.ir '-.rr~iscki' I( the i1 1 '\IP
Au '4,i Irv1 4i it i Irn)iaieu 4.1. -lj Pa


Cnht!'.4'II11.1ms, u.1 ;:an 4 r(1 tiattncewitcl, LIiv'e ( ak (Camp Na I %% i-qwdmiaii 14l It.-


4.'TV 1.) uI i'' d. 44i wt.1,4WVltaIE ii ('er't:L&ll %It. !.- t1.1 t! I .I h 1I Fr. buty n t11 :1
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f rtili1) 1iw s'a 'tA e '- i oink'. t~i.'a 9I %I iI "N'
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takt 11 (;U1(M3' 4. vai .Ot. ot '' el ( '


JoIlm Dii r. P-I-%. Vill#-. jild
)ill, M i if ii t t, m ;j r,,
if-. vi-r w it I i -if it -I I(- k I I it k
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FROFEISOIONAL OARP.

DR. Wm. C. DEWBERRY.
orrICE-Sannah Bros.,' rug BSore.
RpvrflT"P%-Ofl,--4OO 'r. Jsviron i*rom

Win. H. Marean, M. D.,


7 ^'N Hai lomCopaliC Phys1ci2D anil Snii r,
Slfl !'..-t. by the Ili'l Proifcssi.n <,f
V- r a\ ta htI in- Best Tonic f,,r t'.- v,i- La'e o I l ,, r ( Hala. lal..
I .i... : frn,,' ellow Fever. Typhoid
ever ;kl All Malarial Troubles: I. I"- )t\;-r,> hi4 prof.so s iia! ,-.t r4.'4' to th ..citi-
.Nrves nd:vbi:-.,,uiu) trh.c nl!rcS,.t.,n. .p ,la! i t e ntion .v n *t the tr-%'mn..t1T
of 1 hro>nic1 l,'1 t a..-' irin' lli-,'lfn ,f
Paris: 22 Rue Droamt wA.'m-n atil ( nhilr,'n.
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DENTAL SURGEON,

Dyspepsia Cure., lisonic Temple. Phone 364.

Digests what you eat.
It artiflciallydiget.ts the food and aids 1 nOWLI 3lIa
Nature in strengthening and recon-
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ant and tonic. No other preparationAL U
can aptreach it 4n efficiency. It in-
stantly relieve-s and permanently cures -AND-
Dyspepsia, Inlitgestion, Heartburn,,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache.Gastralgia,Cramps,and Real E L A cents,
all other results of i mperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Cblcago- PENRAC'OLA, IFL..
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Coal and Wood.


TeleDhoan Nno. 147.


i )tlc,' 111 't Yaird : S. l. Corner /arragl 4a
anti Itnihow i"4lr..-'1-.


JJOHN PLJRDY,*

Foundry W Machine Shops,
"N' iKlWV I A1.\ 1K., ('OK. JEFFER-E N A' IN I'l N E STE-I S,


Telephone 341.


Pensacola, Fla.


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Stnationtir- vand Marine Application.


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Telephone No. 46.


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RETAIL GROCERS,
502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,


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Coppersmiths,

j\ General Metal Workers.

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8 THE DAILY NEW4: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.


1111 AIJIARTERO -TQAAPII

w-v---v --VVW"VOWNFQWW-, Norhk Riobert Berspton. s%3, Jensen,
..,Pi t~ 4a minA -


"Plase. sir, will you bu3 my chest-

"Cbestnuts! No:" returned Ralph
Moore. looking carelessly dowu on the
upturned face. whose large brown
eyem, shadowed by tangled curls of
lazen hair. were appealing pitifully
to his own. "'What do I want of chest-
nuts?"
"Please. sir. do buy 'em." pleaded the
little one, reassured by the rough kind-
*es of his tone. "Nobody seems to
care for them. and"-
She fairly burst into tears, and
Moore. who had Iln-ii on the point of
bruhling carelessly past her. stopped
Inatloctively.
"Are you so very much In want of
the money :"
"Indeeds sir. we are." sobbed the
child. "Mother sent nme out and"--
"Nay. little one. don't cry," said
Ralph. smoothing her tangled hair. "I
4l6't want your chlestnts. but here's
a quarter for you if it will do you auy
gad."
He did uot stay to hear (lth delighted
ft-bks tie child poured out through a
ralnbouw of smiles and tlears., but stride
on his way. muttering between his
teeth: "That cuts off tuy supply of ci-
gars for the next *-4 hotirs. I don't
care. though, f,;r the lrowin eyed object
really did cry as if she hadn't a friend
In the world. hang it: I wih I was
rich enough to help every poor create ure
Out of the slough of dhs-p ind."
While Ralph Moore -was indiilging in
theme very natural reflections thlie dark
0 orbed little damsel w hoin lie Lad c'm-
forted was dashinn down si-ret with
rapid footsteps, Iftterlv regardless of
the basket of un-ohl iunts that still
dangled tiln llher arm. Down an ohb-
scure alley she darted and up a wooden
stairnac- to a1 rorom wher a pale. n-l*It
looking wonan wis sewing as busily
as if the breath of life d -pended upon
every stitch. aind two little ones were
playing in the sunshine thit supplijd4
the place of tihe albsent tire. "Mary.
back already? Surely you hRve not
sold your clh'stliuts so soon'"'
"0Oh. n'ii liher *so<4 .ej:'ulated (,( Ithi
breathless hillll ".A gs-,iitiu:a:n Z:iv e
me a8 wL'.;h If athlpih ll "r'- ** u', ll ("11'i y lin' s-.p
tile ral; iit'. \ l'1i i;1 .i s T:111ill >ih l T.r t::.
la )d lifitel; l ;l ii ',, : '!i: i .\ ft \ 1" t <'il
lanaiii'. hl h ,iil liIto tii.!g ii -i I! I, -i -
his |>r'i i t *,- i ,l" <".(1 : -
Yrhi' r *: i i : ,I 1. 1 \ :.t ii '!'i :t! it

chs <'s iiri -i l I.:I' -l,, xi.'u ii' N '' :1 i '-
I0:lllih \!.,..lr '" l,, i I 3. tiit M 1 :l !'v I.*,*.


T he( (ri:',u n!i \\ iii! \\ 'ri t:iin, w .-;*<,
1,S.! st |:'1WV iIto -hlu till! 'lit Sat'll
anid loa.lst of th, l :ti. c ilk I ) liln. r iI :;;,t
A flir- \ ;1 ;i ,! i i't-l lo ,.lrit it1 t.w
grate. :al I ithat litinti r i I-li oia s :i. :o ;iih r
% itli 'is it znl:is r1:i:s' li1i a ll 'l p.,liliu l '. l
silver 'lvi\' thing \''.:a \\;aitiug for
the ipros'trweir f Mr. .\niiih-y.
"\' \ ul -arll it !)-, l:;,.t *hl't:iid-i p' "
Maid1 \"s A. undl'y. a fair. lianl -iiuit
miatro n of aalnt :;i, ;is s!- gl:inct-d ;it
lier tiny v :i:-.h.
"1iVic' a n man i' hl lii:l in i n
Stui3.. Ail:i 0:1 business." sa.'' d l,,li, r 't
Ausdiy. pr"'tt;y 1iov i f 1: years., w'ho
was r-'a:. -iin by tlh- lirte.
"'i'l' (-c'" hin a1i n in." s:iil Mrs. .\t:tl-
ley. st lit: n tZ to ailt' di.or. Ituit as sit'
opened i Ilt.' g:asliglht f'all on thsi f:t'i'
of a -undi lIt, lo(okiiti i:;uman ill t, readh:liro
garit:n'til wl -ion l'. Isinh g tilse house.
while II'! ht:-- .lti'l stood ill tht aloor-
way of hi< istul. api'r oiarontly re:-liev'al
to l e ridi )f ii: \ i,:itor.
"t 'i ,irl,." s. ih NI Mi-. s. A.ullcy. "' wl., is
that ;!!tI ;ao-l l;;:t dsi'es he want "
I an" int:,e is M.% or'. I itslisve. love.
ani hle e.nlo to -se if I wouhil give himi
Sthe a-anat po itiiion in tIhe b:lnk."
"'Aud '.\ 1! you'." she eu-i.-,'!y ask'il.
,P n't ltnow. '1ary l ii'lst Ilhi:ik
about it."
"'liharles. give hiahn lhe situationn"
"Why. tiy dear."'
"*Beau.se I ask it o(if 'you a:i a f;tvir.
amn yuou hliav' said a huii'n-i'l titis's yrou
wotill ie\ s t ditl-Vy ii,- :toiytli~ ."
"A.til I ill k -'lp my l oin::i *. Mary."
Rl i tk)llnati' 1, .- '1 v. ill \\it < l< t'll.,' a
outle thlii.- 'a rv ,\ < .'i, .. '
An hou'r 1:'..,r. v ': n the i liillr>'n
1n - t.ii,.ko l -nuigll in lI-al. Mirs. A. ul-
"'y tl 1 i: i' .';- ;inli \\'li.h si,' w'as in-
tw -.- -'., !' Itl'f f.:t' of ;t llanl; wrhl Sea
fai-' -i' li:i< o l fitll firz ttot n iln "i years.
"Thli: s aui;.il. ;it. l.tte w'ife." -aid her
husl:-. nil '.;i;'' ti nl l:il, \'aas tin-


4l. >'N '>-sor fi 'ru-t swil \' l> lii.Is
beenl kind to %'-uIi in 1li<4' Iixi's \\ lien y'u
melded, kilithix,'ss m1o4st."
allph NMoore as sitting tiat self
anie night in his poor lodgings besidle
his wife's sickle.l. wlihen a iverit'd
servant brought a note from the riili
and proslperous ,oankcr, Charles Aud-
ley.
"'Goodness. Ik'.rtliha." hli exlai->ll-d
joyously a- htie r.'nil thle wori'. "\\e
shall not starve' Mr. Auilltey liis iprot,;i-
i 41id me tihe I kl' .itlini."
"Y1iu 111a\1i l'ropi) 'tl sometlhiti. front
tlih note. I:lllih.'" N-:id MI%. MNt,,re araind
xpointdtil' Io a slip of pl:Ilr oit tihe floor
Moort, sto'i'tled ti ,pit k it1 u1 It was t:i
$SI bill nl t:illy fl-hledl in :1 |l iceta.' of l-,:-
per. ou \\hii'h was \\ lrilltn:
"In girtatcful r>miicmirilnice of the s 1-
Ter illarit-r ttial n kind stmlratgr b.e-
stow d >:i a tc'-4-tln1 l i:-i 2-'i years
ag- .
Italph Mt.'re-,' I!i'. i''s \\ n hlis :', or-, I
of lit.!l i:;i 1:' a\lt: Ift'er im:mim iti. a !t.< :t i n I :il.

'fthingso setsoff a hojme
as handsom e furniture.
Marston & Finch hare an


fwv -P *. . .v to 1 L uCo
ARBITKD.
Am sch C;.ff-.rd J. White, _S2. Dyer. Cien-
fu(to to no A Morrl.t &Co
-r .s Nile, li iO. Morris, Hbvaca, to H H
I horn ton
CLEARED.
Span as Leonora l.,07. Bustinza, h' Gu f
Trauuit Co for 1 iverpool. with 3.1iU sbq
lialesc eclton. 4.4#7 sks s m-al, 31 114 hub
<'orni, l6.i0Mti pci ink staves, t$',Kt4i b It lumbe '
valued at Sir7.01
AT QUARANTINrK.
Ibr bk Ann"te Bingav. ,sl, Otterson, IRabin
to tSaars. Duuwody & 4o
Rus, .hip tolumbu.. 1722. lDurchmain,West
Hartlepool. to W L Wittichb Co
Nor bk laibfghtl:ir, 1.5. Anderson. tarston
to S I. Co
No0 lk Lady (ladrs. 127%. Jacobsen, Lon-
dlon to V'enuas-.la Lumbir Co
Nor hk Lonaifelldw. 77.. .-vendw ,n, Ham-
tu I g to W' o Ke) ser a Co

THE 8HlPPINI.
VmSSBIA IN POnt!
STRAmESKPS.
'r Attu ar. 1-.-.. Suilliv'on. cld for ;r.niim n
ir Ar-livu. i.nl s llith. to Bilitars. luni-
I;r IartIluoor. 1-I1:. ibm- "'o Haars, iDun-
wiooly a Cu
Hr Hannah M Bell. 1'I:', Harnard. to tulf
J'ran-il t' C
' pata Li onora. !'ul;, Hui-tirizi,. cld for Liv-
<.i-r MI .,' sa i.'ll .t Iler, tolHaars., lua-

It Avon. l,>0!. -cl.,aitlino. to Rosa-co Bro,
t!,- Barrn,,daw. Ill-7, Patt-er-en. to It
%\ I,,t1 .r:.:i I 7 Kral.. t'- ordl-,r
Ni1 Pfl'it.ian ii, 1i;, alv rsei to) H H
IH.% v Ier
it Vanioo. ";.-,,. 0:.'. air, to I.o--a-co Bros
BAEKS.
Iar \'-<;hloni. :''."i. (i alltrands n,. tio M. I.(Co
l i #. u-tI ralii, .," i'i ia idt i to or(l,.r
it Aio-tliatid' 1 *irztitnuo. 1 Torrizano
rrinidin itl) (order
it .v %it.tiic C, :---. Iragini'. to laars. Dun-
w.dy A Co
It riatti utina Madr-. 72-', bciftecarana to
it .fr-mrxb :.. Co-ta. to Haar-, Dun-
N ar Iovi ,-. Lar'-. i. to W I, W itl l-h
&Io
Nor Henric Ih-eu. '. (iaihrelhPn. chi for
Ilus' Hil.;i. a ';74. K arit-rn. elti for Ro- srmpo
hi II.ld.. 7;' t :s l.ttlllma, -. for t, l% \stav c-
'hlia hltil'
Nor K illy. t;. I'-drekr-n. to Faars. Iun--
wody & Co
Ni slini iareth-. i,'. larsen, to W 8
Ki"y-.r &, i 'o
N tr ,i lphelia. 1 .'' e-der-r.. to 'Pen-acola
i.lr i so
It Proi perilno i.-;. l)od>er -, to W 1, Wit-
* lti A- Co
N ,i" ljl:.a *'.7. I-Haii-l.i. aid for lite it--
; .i\a *U
N ] .- "' . el '* ,.- r'. 1 1)ilt s' -'" '. Ts (irdn te r
(,*,r 5.ut ..i .i-.-.'-- '.- ->- i-ial, it itianirb. JiuiU-
I' i Cai:,, Ai ..t:,". to laar lDun-
S"i .,,i. I... ';. t . ... -' Fo. r t l t.li t a.-

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;11 L -t A Malt '. I'" i- :. It' Illi.-'
'ia:i I ';i\' i lO-'k -.. t or i<>, t .0' 1.
a i H ;.: :- H i .. n-. i.r-km". <*I
f. l" t'., t At; 1
Stit H -is- .o "'. A iIiO. to tloia-tier
'ir \ l'i ii;tia .l111. Rolt.-rt-. cid for
t.o t '. 'i; 'a. .1 iti a M er i tt I t

1 A'LEAKiRE AND SAILED FOR PEN-
BACOLA.
sykAiamhs,
RTRAM ItCH IPS
-' I t ..". I'a J l.i dau ii H alibulrt
I) mi i *,
amt I: i,. ;t i i- ;' t .M I-ham l--
L'.iti- i. N.'' :, N. i Mnrtin-tii. i d Harry.
-t *I.M. H .". I-., tl'- r <'r iyc \ *Ii'i-m .l n Iii
* :t tlllt. Alll-' -a' i, il'lv t ii- 1-
IF -ii sa i .i:.: Mr. 4. Rtl Ko minm-o i, -itaonli:s
/.mti./.llti'. tr. -' I 'wa ol-a fi-,.
Hll Pe
'at. ,-. t .Z-r. :!< i l illa .Iait: 2.7
6 t's rrin li.. Nh ',. ,'l l.isv I'rpiool I l-c. I:
BAseKS.
.\'iaI i A r-t' liin It ld lirkrihi o-l .la n I
\atit'i, -oir. 12 -. Id Anitworp lIo- II
io',i.h ti. It. '- -ad i-artelona ,Inin f
I it h is. u-''A .t iad >I l .I ll.ai 1
IDl C i'i.f ni. I hI% *o'ni- T,,-nri .Illt
A -;, 1% W i, lm 0e(t l.1 i. -li Hull. I.1in I 1.'
F,- Itr"',1 F'r :i '*. 1 %% I I outo i,?I S ,11 It
I-'t ot *Tl';ihitetrk .t-;lvr-. Nor.-'A'i, at A.tliti
', L' *
u--i'. "o-. 's' r. -it "rt-*ui ,m's ',
-. ati o< It. hId T l lu i- lt-Is ?;':
nah>'<-. It .7'4 'Aiii Ni- t'l-i ,i-ptli i2. asbo ti
N.',\ t"i [it' 'ori hatai l
i !.t ilt. Nor .*< ,'. I"li i 1etwoodo)l. J tti, ".'
t.lv r V -., i..l 1 i- t,' i i l'-<" li
uI ll.. gl'auut. 47 -'I1 H tilva .lain I
H.l ii ihan i lr 4a-n Nor..Id rliarit1anit'lnr Nov li
i'-hanni'-. Nir. l't I on-Iur! I i, h
l.Nf. Nor. *I i lu l)uil:, iit I ;.t
N '- u-d I."' drIn .Ian f
....1:1 '. i. -tl Iel l ai r ii -1
I.ll", It. l. -I v.. ,i v y
v, 'i r'-. Nor -Id I'tsie Tol n .Iii. t
iA.. aisei N'"-' '',,. -Id Le tlh'alu'y Ii
Maio,'l'il. It. -1l HtmRhurg. No:\-
N .' 'st Nr -.1 -t.r.--;isick l .' !T7
S' a*1 ,;- r. ] i Illnaio n .la:. -'
n H t. .. t l.as I'llicte'ei c "-
0 .r l. It '. ; -d tl.t ,uIC &li- s 'r- i l4
. 1. 1 -r.-. i'. ( ;- 1 ,t A l .lst tlaritt JmIi li
i-.-i' I? i'It H 'o-i asatiims Hems' !.a" N .;
p'o',.s-.- It.-. Il Pal2rmo .uiy ."'
..... -':itfi<-i. N i-u. -Il t-1 1 ti -r Jan
i';1, lu r r',r- i -Id ll I.'-ri-Il i .1 1i 4
'a 1ii. / .-:t :;. t ,' ,''i. t .! Mnt -', !*'.i Ja 1 II
:tiy, ,er. .;d 1.,i .liai ira n o d :. It
oaouoeaa-.
1'!1 l' s. Lu .,~a.-i. foads lb.-c 2
Anno- tienient.
To accommodate those wheo are
pIa'tia:il to, the use of atiimizx-r-, in ap-
plyina liquuid- into the tl-ae l pass-
. -rn i-tor- pr,-pare ICrs-am l:ilm ill
limqild form. wlhic8i will be- known a-
Ely'- liquid 'r-eamn HBalm Price-
includingt the -" tayin;g tub i- 77,
ct-. Druizzi-t- i,'r by mail. The
liquid form 4- b'dies- the IIt-dicinal
pro;',-rtis- if thle -iuid p'rp-i'rationi.
('atia Bail:n i- i'(i;ckl ah-oi hed by
.ht-e minbr.i'a- atiid does nit ldry up
il,' t-cretio ; but hative the-in to a
niatual't a ind I-ealthy v character. Ely
]rtothers. -;i Warroen St., N. Y.

(;.'t Sal I. -33c-". rice- 0on Carpen-
tr-i' Tool-.. tarden Tools and Shelf
Harldw:ari'- b-fore -ou buy. ati;, stve
In'lley. 7f-tf

Bull ir 1. ci:nche-d l..s po.it o:i
no :.-. ti,'ttl. b:ii(k iof the lugela
Si' ha I-it 1 t1 i:; itti-d h-avy gull i alld
the itiif.tiitry i u...w well iiitreuciied
.- -4.. i. .. .- - .. 1r P Q ml It ''t lld


HE WAS HEAVY.
4&d There Were Tll- Wbhea s
W1lhed He Wasn't.
"I see by the papers that Joe Grimes.
the bicycling giant. Is attracting a good
deal of attention hin England at Rres-
ent." said a local wheelmuan. "Joe has
paid a number of visits to New Or-
leans, and his mammoth proportions
Ire so familiar on ;le streets that he
no longer causes the trolley cars to
shy. as they say he did at the outset.
"The last time he was here was dur-
Ing the carnival of 'SOU. and he took oc-
casion then to ninke several side trips
to small towns in the vicinity for the
purpose of seeing local agents or ibe
bicycle tirni he represents. On one of
those trips he had n peculiar anld pain-
ful expelience. lie found ho' would
have to stay overnight. and before go-
Ineg to his room to-turn in lie told the
clerk of thte hotel that It would be nee-
ess'ary to put s[litit lxxes Iliilier the
bed as a r'e'-nfnorl-titent to enable It to
support his ."0I) o;ldl pounds of solid
flesh.
"Ti'i clerk gave thei order to a thick
hea:i'dll darky chaliaaii'>rmaaid. iiho wi'nt
down to to e th sto'rimIu a1ndi s'l'vit-cted
four or five very .fslimy s(vs's mu;tle off
vensering lin:i lt:l on m -t hie 'hi \vaf-rs.
T.- .. . .. - . .A t l1 __ -


slwfno x]n0one.' n"jvr P OLITCL AHOBICEift.
SPE 4L POTlO ES. 'HAVE JsT received a nice ine of O.
I wedding presents from E. o Zadek a Co.
SCall aud aspect them at Et Urelory W *
street. 25J-f I hereby announce mwvelf as a candidate
S-- for re-election to the odice of sheriff ol i*-
Oft -AT wjo'. MiMUPiC. cambls county. Vlorida.and solicit thesuf-
o% --- -.--'--- --- frages and interest of all my friend.
P ROL. UZ KE' clIasses for viouii,, piano. Ge>o-S K. -*ITH.
i ,'1m. 1 mandolin An1 foreign languages in bis
unw studio ~-t West Ielmont street. tor at f
OST-A diamond ring with old tline set- Miss Cawtbhin's censervatoryv. Private
i. tlng. Return. for reward, to Mrs. Mo- le-sons at pupils residence; orchestra and I hereby announce myself a candidate for
reLio. 2 East iregory street. Sf-tf ensemble practice.. lld-ff sheriff of Kmnambla county at the silog
-- election. J.CU. VAPIEf T.
SL, I ).. _._ !" Ik ]!. I I~tl. Fao Clerk of ,be Chuide OGlrt.
f)NEY TO LOAN ON PERtiON AL pr F'LtOWERS and Horal Leitgns- I hereby announce myself seaeadlot
property Apply to A. A. Flher, Fisher C MSpecta de-igns ordr,-nr far eu-tmiers for re-election as clerk of the eireollt court
Building, Palafoxz street. Jitf Mi.s Violetltle Moreno. :; es iregiory. of EseembIa county at lthenoluong electoll
phone 32-. I-Wdlm .and ask the support of th. voters
L oans negotiated, 6 to 8 per cent. -- A. M. eCMILLAs.
Binkley & Daniell. ml3tf Ilto.r- 1-'or l.'u l, ,co.
Of For Tax*O[t'Sictor.
LOAN AT ILOWEST RATES OK IN- L'LoWERS R O FI'NNERAL4 furnished I herebyannouo*omy*elfas a candidate
I ERESr "A% ALWAYS BE Oil- Promptlyvin truquet- ,r-pecialadestuss-,. for re-eiection e Tax C'olectorof escam-
:A4INEI) 1Y PARTIES HAVIN(IN 4OOO M)ss Vi"lette Moreuo. ::1; West atr-hwry. his county. and ask the support of my
iBECUt'JTIE hY <-ALLINIG oN WIL- phone ;:lt. .:tinm friends and roters generally.
LIAM FISHER, :41, o I'H PALAFOX - A. H. D'AMBnnTa.
8TREEr. HAIli (<()(),IM.
1 l-_ew.Tom.',v1 T__ "i a Cll r.
F YOl' WANT To )BORLiO 4 MONEY |[its. ARAH HiElKhF-ManufactureIr Ih. many frlendsofJudge B. HonIfay
If nve-t nion-y.v, nure your property. pro- v1J. and n.-il.er in Hnar ( ...t.-. Hats Toilet having obtained his consent hereby an-
cureabstractsoftill.., buy or s*i rrea es- Articles. Hair il. etc..; W. W. Uiovernment imunie ihim as aeandidateforTal'olleetor
arte. re-t property of any description, have street. of K-cambia county at the ensuing election.
rents coll. cted or our taxes attended to., A- .MAY VOTBis
cali oIl i adilre'-, l'hih. C. Wet-on A Co.. A &( lo.-%"Nl' vA.' Ir-il.s u
*Ieal ..tatte aia. Insurance agents. P*ensi- <" I._ F A_ l l.'or Tox A, e r.
-'ia. iah',la. uharI-'ii. uswmoderat'l. Tl evryonvFe 4* I NT 1- hl I'nddae" ",p p--riu-.t rh!,. ,:ndltlay of Wal'Iam W. Richard, ,a
l, ura I t[r: us we will n* uporny p n l .'hltre-s..hiatndleour wtiwtier h.. i" onni.un ed for re-. lietIln as tax a~-
With -.hitel to huio! a house. 4ld-tl ftnny ri.jhe-r ,.llir. i. cih!t. osom. oln;.y --.or for E.-emblm C f int.y.su ect to the
--- pitnt'!ted ecirli -kl All ci;or-: onl. goto>i- S.itii 1otf the de iocragic prinmare'.
.e 1 1 -' "- I larni Ir ,I': ,. 'T -- : lrtll con llll-d.i :
il 1. 2 T N . i f ri r,.n.., rn..,r. .t r .rN,':nt.%lot.sr. It I %..r .cho .I .saperi eni .len t.


flfl e Ilfore mki i iu- 3lza v chni-les, 3and.i. !Rmov.t l. ,im id wigbh,)lerh( I i. t"" .r-at~w '-
auppqysl~nz *'iverytliin;- wasls itrl iht. leh'e A. attpit re.iniofi4t St. %f I v, *N P11P-4
let ht itself ico. The flinent ftlie struck (t uN n ir~rm xKII'.Iill XK The captaill. k4i ihCr'
the miattretss the "whole thiiing vedialtisol lurir),Ynd-t'! urri.tIno tii so h rt
iui~I~4~it .\ i~1i I{.E. Puil''ck It ]II~i Ai A ilt. iiiimo- W ai I tiotA i-
Thet i-lIl Is snappjjh-d like mthutteis.tilhe W ~uli.-r tbu iva. sjn i~i lbihifor de-t. .no~urwt-
thoxes %were satertidl iie cze-;hvlls. :-___- .__ 'd OF bs-cr"1 f.4f tad ves-s.l

the tI~lmr wvithlisutlpg rliiiIft ,.trah-Iii't Ju!~~Iii-: E .--.rap in n:t-r -fit~ii
lip Into. The.air :and.1him h.:ead prowtruiijhng i: !.zid.t Ij riu-. I f i1i ER titaplt
front the ether end of tli%- %wi-eckage. n' i ni* r.t ,.i.h.rfr i i k!t i i.-t. II i r
wale %v a-4stlk fasttit ha p st ion.: ~t~u:o--.ri-qiti -,...y*-: tr. il. %I II~ i ~ i i t-ii-ti
l)4)~It1flmy fairin a; rfttiiio. .x'ith i)r i ,j itt ACt.. II t 'h crew
anld Lis g:i%1I It bulk areven'iti'l ht~im fot n Aiitl~ iIul Ntievk .A 1, %t --itt 'l At -itfur. 'if -ttid 4v..--t.1s1- It
budlginag ani iilci. ~l ade 1h.. cap(t)ll(- efl- -min f~ir ca-:i m-m i ii. alltmiiit P1111. E imb r .lu n w Iv t I '. itp~tswa.
mn 'nj 'Ii i~ii viei li '- i inuer. go-Iii-ra: *ii 'elitvit.Ct ii-5 f4t
jlust I leu sluffering piv'ieihimii:fr~omn 0 mA~ ~ .t.' -i-i u.lu w~flp
raisin.- hk %-6veaho ulve a limmarse wills- F tirim. tm % 1 Ln "U t41'i. tf ~ .i~rt a h:sid Mr,,t- 4iirti~'.*
pei'o. Th'le cim t'lie~iii't' e was that lht. wm t-(Oi i-a and.duf ualtll(at11 Ifal i titltwih o
sttalid right t i-vlur nut il about 9 (ICit~fk C a,,l&14.M l 1 .y u1 alIt%-l)J s
the following untirni ng. whacti the c(-ii'r 11' l AL1E1-A Choiii ii-Pli' uOf h ~ ~ Sell, v %we 've hoi4,u Itoot~m1.i I'
sn tintered tup to mee hly he didn't c(ufl ,poetytnla4e-t-t iiitiig Iat i*I rl1141!tl
to bureakfast. flI'ior. A rare 4oppiirtlimi,!v fur 1v~~lit l~i '' : ti
k'"!her Reali Estate .'Lgency. = n.1 f tI Il'1I'4iIi t i I ol Il, 1W (Eiltitild himi
-;li Sj-lt of ;rtmnei inortiiumis fai'ee*i1 i I yi.%~r':1 I. .i
puirjile w utlir:i-r# .and! exhai~istion. an3;1,101't)RSA LE-The inuo-t desirabioel otiq Ii '
tits hu1ge t it t IeVuhgitgig onvuV1 ~y onettiy tt-rn),. by t b~h ia.hr Of lot'(] iViITYt' !, Wvibw o'i sk."
I coivill-RPal i;%tute Agency. 1,. liale Wakilon. Man- '.I.4
S iI'tfrll Ii'it;( iwei' endIof the l i -e lt'k gt'f.2W,-, Soiut ith V lfiix -tnt-t-. Via 1al I.t hi I..#% q io skewered of
S(,: him 11d fo-r I t (f t ith s D A N('IN(..Yiuti tha~t 1.0 *, --.11 '1 II: jil, allnight,
alit] he 1t edfrhelp nt the ) to (if his i ;1 14 'o tohs w r .
voice. It I1 k. 111i titl+- kat,'I ort's' I )A NCI '%(i CA)E i- e AIiI I' l.* i u.:* a hlT wir

lp-oil duri ii ii the 41 ifim'Itioln ifif Wa S 5110'1- \,i w)~l~ jill imt ')liday at T3 .A) P,1,ii. Ia it nmwiI* Pmru
thnliz I'm vi ''l)L: tt 't a'laY t '.i1) In


p I;'. I .I;il l' ,it tI 'tt -' t | ai t iitY 'I l.'-
f,,'n ti, ;,* ti! e<.'-- '\iw < > !i' uiis ili,' -
tit X'I' ti:a 1.






A1 l 1" I II fl, :i i!i-:h' I s-tai for

'itw !.l : f iil ti:zer'a'l nr.('na:c i it
mat u'!i:i i- i;' "
"Y ,i; !;:i "\v <:i t l'tii.'." -..((Irc i, ,(D li

"Y-s *' *
". a:>i-.' .lii w ,f'i t I ri td a n d un.I v i
wazllj i. j to t Lr plilt s .e( 'pllin Tl to1i :it
grl-;l i. il \ 'rton ti 'l *O ritpen I1 :vati-s Vilt i t r .a s l Ie l: r. Io ,!i'T

'utii. :but it 'a %i' fli t .(r. liu 1" w ile
Optlli -i t ,I I \s I't jui-i ,-it 1. tiif. ) ti-r
n ,. vin I'll -it it. .n:ir J u im I'll git it."
-All;tit '<.ultilltiiuii'.
Ni-l t I--.

All iiiti~er- of Peti-itcola ('h.ipter
6;714. Ailiv ri'i in (tiniild. are- ro-<[is--ted
*i in-t-I ov-r P iiridbnxtrut jii -
, 'ryv t)"ro Tu s d(1v nig ht. Fe., ; a t o'Sclock. t,o uni t W ne d t lectt
, tlic:ser for the en-u~i tern 'rl iv ilt-
d -r of C. B. V rT -t. V.
F. . HAWN (Governor.
ub errettitry.

Subscribe t< tle W ,KIlf, N:v

- -'I;'-t:! >;.1i.I .l t r-!! I i ar p;i ' I !
S ioft r i'i lday, 1. a, Ifvtin, gr tOtll -r id( f i> t .1i '.i
f 1 1 I" ";':.l)'-p tr j,; yO) uiQ ; i< d w hon w i!l i1 not I
-\p-ivt lnrsr- pay. Addltrl--'- L-. .M1. a'-re .;

NVANTHD-All inds of .empty quart '' I i ;:i '. -
S Wheky bottles. B, A. FRIEIiDMAN I i-. !i .lt t i .. i,.
novtf i ,
'AN IED-Old oeoer noor es at Laanheas- i i t .-. ,' \ 1 ,1 i l.:iin 'i .. i -
VV ter Bro., ,y tf l,',, I entl:l; ;0 1,v .- I, | i,,,,, .1.i,
&liti i i mrIr tA .i'' Itl >it. t IlIit
.ti i l' --tI lI n A I-r o i h'' rlP I- t i, l '?
t \% I -- "1 !' l.\ ::m1-l,;l:;,'. 'il'a-|tl : l!l u. ii t
... .. ....... ..... .. n hir,' ; : ii it ii,'.- -ai.,l tiir \\~l, n i ti.
N 1I A a l -;' V.I ( IF;. A 1 .Id \r. N'"tI t f I I N --t. A1 M i.l. tl :l. ,l. l it,1 1iIr it "iI.' i t 1 ll l S Illilt).
mai i To-. H Sla, l, L a, tmi ts i "'h,-\\ ', i,', Ii hl 1
(t nh d""l11 1 r "tl ItZ'.!I; i te, I* riltw *1.
i'.-titiil;uin il l I <1--Ir I. \ 1; r.0 :lr' illnifll( \w a'llt V0)ll ilO :1' ;I ) t Ih il a 'r '"t;,lie- to
i. nr t ntt eh t .'t I r 1 i ll ; in .!;'..;.r:: ll' l.l ". "


u
-- "-,I--- -- tv.- o ;f I !IR r,,iwlil.- l 1ilef Irii4. t

r AN thei i l l ll Npp u I Ni-. l ia te
Drw pr< -pir d t> <-. t ir ...' ii -t rt pl;ht."- t "; llhi i- Scl:l inllii'l :i:l "ri:te-.
n-i !,-.- a1t->j. M arWl. 1 :> ii.
17'lllit I ... .. -
I)i A I() .. Three Large Stores
------------------. Full gif FI'l tN ITI'iR E. The flie-t

oi r ti ha e n! lt tr-e.t. pr- lie o1- f i4 \.:1lituLt Hlir)o m Suit s tver
p rv for in->lie.- o,,r hu-tl-- J. J H. .win- how l iln i 'il-i',,*l4. Prstty. neatly-
-11. principal. Night t-rni begii'ni(et w. i1u-|its-d l1si4 u)t;k l .droinll lullite.s at
i riS ELISE ('HIPLI:Y Primary Mehool all price-. iTtat:i a (id Cobbler Se t
; and Ktuderiartan i l now oivni fo.r Ri ocke-. liz. alld little, clieup and
iH tTftb term in thef- residence at the cor- hIigih Lok tat tIl,.
n-r of iPalafox and Jackson street. en- (). M. PRY(II'S
tranc- on Jackson, Term-. i$2.11 p-r month.
-lt I;trgenin I 1 lurni-ihinig Hiu-,e,


To the Voterd of Escambill -onity:
I heirebm announce- mvelf a candidate for
Huperinlnter.dent of Puhlhe Instruction for
E-e-amtba county and ask the seapprtof my
flieoids and v tier, tgeneit ly.
.1. BIKLL.
Vowr tap-* rlnefliei nI oaf Public In-
Srig.v i0inii.
To) tie' other'ss if l Eamhila County: I
h"ri-hy aunnoun.i nmvelf a canidlia ts- for fr-
-1> action to th oOtffle uof c untty mperlint'in-
leicil of pibtic instructlhon and will N.-
p-ea-ied toi have the s pport of my frit'nd.
aid vol'rq aIt-nerally at tbe comting dit-mo-ll)
L'ratic prinlsari electl n. M. It.rtooK







Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best ft-ur that
'(an be produced by any
mill.
Forget .le Xot iv one of
the chest rel tfa st Food von


t// e market.
./1I madoo by The 0. E.
St fqa // I ./ I 1-ill( "o. a n(Ifur
saloe /'q .ew Orlea~ns Gro-



PhelI/u'/o-) Pr/oprietor.


THE


F VORITE


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy



Choice Family


GROCERITES

--I AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store
---OF--



HENTZ & CO.,


F14-120-122-0

SE. BRAWNER'S E. Goveument street
TELEPHONE 261.


S TOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!




DTese (oods are all ttjis Seasop's Buyiq) ard will be U9loaded at ard


Below Tfargufaeturers' prices


l2 u d/ Infait-' ad t Children'- tlf
VW'ool Viidar-iilrt-, rtegulin,4'" v!lul-
ali t d' ,a Lx(i:--'. Men's and I'hihitr-n '
Rilek and Tan. Skull 'ietiilIt- lHo.',
regular 1:, goods. for this sale
:;tl-inch Kactk and C< lor>s! H.-onrlitta.
half wool fill-d. r'e_,ntlarr *21cf llr,.
for this sal*, per yard
.'. inch Blai'k and Colored Hien i-ttI.t
ail woitl. rn-i!:lsr 3. -eller. for thi.
sale. per yaidl.......
:IR-lncti Black and Color-d Henriottia.
a!l w' l tilling. regular 7.1c ai ii to"'
'aller. for this sale. per yarJ
4n-inch Henrietta. black only. all
W.),l tit.Iad nd i ilk warp. re-ull!t"
7., andt : i Im-: ,-r for thts seal-, ni-r
'ard. 58 Allifl
:r;'-in!i Brea-irtie asbluii're. ru,.tlar
i:,e seller, for this -ale. teryar


14 u Aim-m n..ilI atIii lut- !

t uer'a '!r -aTuttu a .U

8~c tt~u yi:.'-.utrt ml- V a-It''


19c


A lI i ,f l r ,< I du : : ; !;t. l i!r -, t ; f.
c;i, -inlr i n ut dui r : f t! : .;tl i, i i rd


2 71,r 22.lta,-'I-'-s- 20c

1 -1/i Ltilua- 'at. a u:o minl i I-t"'-il
41 .'-- t.. r- 1 Ia r -o .: Li )#t') I ai, f, ir 5t -II 39c


70c

12c


- i' -; h m r., l ni .- Ca ,l :!i. .. r. ar 0
.-' -il-lr ti)r t i .- ls- p,-r iyni l i
Wt : 1 l-iien B rl] i : .t -;ik '-
.,1 d,a, it .- c .lt ,<. :i -a'. ;, r 4
%t 4


Remember the Place,


F--WEp7--B-- F-,1


.;o z M-rN i- i-- d i,.r.i It ts. flr f 22l

ir,'t /z A-.ort l-d H' .airv i -.e''-d t ',,t-.n
'til W'<1 itIs d. re-;,uar 'i 2i 7 7
i',i.- -al,::- to r4q
t I ;- ir h ll orI-v l i ai), .. r-st- i- I
;!ar :,' ,i.ll r for t'! -..-.- i-',r di/. b
;;x'i HIlon--vy i'nmi T',w.a.-. r.;-ulair 95C
I- 'e i-r',. for th,,an-. a p. r I oz
Atx. in TI.iiin If,;lk TI, ot' '-. r.tI- $1 4
lair l.'* I-ial'-r-. f--r th.. % l-- p,.r d,(I
I)IN"Al p "o r Lli) 1 .
! I p. l a S .. . i ll ,F a.
--.l durniig thlit -.*'- for jU3
Our IIeavy Winter M.-rI's uiril Il;,* s I n-
tnerwt-arat ani bi-low manifitI- tr-r-' prn(--


For Sale.
Steal nm Saw lill complete
and practically new, to-
gether with two-story build-
ing '3; by 1./feet with new
"dlvanized steel roof. Filer
,$ Stowell Machinery. Ca-
pacity ti, enty-five to thirty
thousand feet per day.
lBargain for right, party.
Owner gone out of manu-
facturing business reason
'for selling. For particu-
lars write.
lW-. LEE IDA.IELL.


H. K. WATER,


Batcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Freiah Taenes.e' and Native M*-ia-
(lhickeins and Co-ntay
Produce Daily.

Shop, Rear f Johnson & So1's Store
INTENDENCIA STREET.


S105 S. Palafox Street, HIIEI BROS. CO.,



A 7nKTr R 'H WLIIEi GSICUl,


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