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VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


'ENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of W ter in the Chan .1 at the Entrance of the Harbor.


TAYLOR HESITATES;


GOEBEL IS AT REST


Governor Has Not Yet Signed

That Agreement.


FUNERAL OF DEAD LEADER

Practit-sll4 VAl Frnktort Turns Out
to I'-.y n i.-t Tr batir of tf-sp -t
to tis- M. sury of anll A.ssA SSU*' Vic-
t rn Na) l t1- sill) ti'' .
F1.ak r otT. Kvy Feb. 8.-Governor
Taylor annouun ,ea tn:s mi racing that he
had as yet taken no action re-,rdiog
Sbe Louisville a.:reement and did not
know wnetner be wou.d dobotonightl t'r
not He ta.d that the:e were some
things tnat he derred to consider
farther, and it wou.a be some time It--
fore be made up .ii mind as to the best
thng to do.
Augustus K Wllsc.n of Lou.sville,
who came down for the conference last
-ight. returned to his home this morn-
iag. Mr Wiiison wasabie to give no
information regarding the intentions of
Governor Taylor. saying that tme latter
bad not agnuited his intentions to him
sad he haa so means of knowing what
disposuitt would be made of the matter.
Notwithstamdig the delay in sign-
iBg the agreement, the opinion is still
gOeeral that. with -ome modifications.
aII will be accepted in the near future.
possibly by the end ot tne week
For the tir-t time in several days. a
Democratic memtwr of tue legislature
can be tound in tne capital Word wa-s
sent to all ot tuem t ti niliim that all of
them that desired to ot:ne to the c'try
for tue purp.i-e ot atte- talllugtue funeral
service of G ivernuir t,' el wulti b-e in
C(i. dattger whatever tronll arre-i ty tbhe
soloaier aina bet i;g taken to 1. n iin tor
forced atteudano.- ou In ..*',ianmi of til
k gi- ls.ature -ow h-inc h-i I tiln-'-
A great untlay o in lise it- ik ,( r
the funeral. but th -v wi, i.av.i a. -.' t
the lnneral s ov-er. uu e-4 aTIor Asu. ti(ue th .1,.rc-niteni b% miat
me^W a.. l Ilt 1.r> In Stit t.
(iGoverrtir ion w-.:'f bhi'-- :ay in state
ail of ia.-t iinai w 1111t initl a :"'w guard4-
around tha ii "r, amid vrrv Ti'w i"- I,'
(t pabbel tlirut i t"g tiarlor af;e-r i
o'clock Tis in .rutin. t ,e 'r-'wd wa-s
even greater ttan that of yest.-rdav.
As earyi a .i s '':t'k jeanle )agin 1i1
arrive tr,+nii ttl" c 1<+uitry -ar ilt e >Uip,-o
S of. attending the itnit-ra'. -'rv.,-'s, .atid
by 7 there %as a -tres-mi ta :.--'i p,,ur-
in lg tbr, ui ttie room :i withh rtine b,r lv
lay so great ttiat the '.-w p.i.i.-t*is1ii wio)
were (tn duty Lta great d:lica.:rv in
handling it
The cruwd wva' gr..- in lar.-ir: w.th
great rap;:d 'y :ui ltI.cItu._k by int- niui
ber that -,:aie -.rs- ir tins a}r'uin' it
was pro"' ''d '* -re w Au.d ta. no) .s
than 10.OOU p-eoie plj0eit a: iLe :H -
seral exercts**s.
d The storm of 'ai-t n g;t h Liij t:iry,v
S disappeared tn1 ii- Itmiiin, a In tI ls
weather, which w:i.. car. anil lowerini-
in the esrlnr mrunine -,avr way t br.-
lieat bunBhire a: u' .. -.
S BVy iu o'clock theo '. '7- ".e capita)i
was a seething. wnr.zl'Te Jam3 trh'rouh
which it was a.ni(t lm toosibie for one
to thread a Ilasiace. lre g(iet-,:'lonsa
from all the nei,.nboring towns, wnih
great white habice proclaiming the
town and county romni wnt -n tmny came.
were everywhere. Ttne trains from
Loutlvibie brought an immense tIrons,
of peop.e. and a- soon as they were I ff
the k'ar' they mais a rush uor tfe itarior
in whbilh tih, ody .ayA.
V'l.iw -r* on i1l v. F, %" II;nlit.
On th.' whole, fair order was kept by
the O'r ,wJ. t.1u ev"riv t-w uitut"s there
wsuuli t> a jari. .*u---i g ara..T bh a
j woII- t>r t s. d -r ifs ot exa'!:ni2liti
ue Hfts ,w- r p-s.-. at) i tteu li,-nre w uid
f 1 a tan,- i ltat iciuu:r,-i a iti:lite ,r
two to -.trai.temen a ut br-, r niae s: +." ;
(-Ocon a move (MI 2ai: 'i i!i.,:i'!in lii' ril i11
Al during tIle 11. :n t.t *;.- great titr. .
p e,' kepi[ i o)irl" ,- in i: a-d,' |:ii .- -
atbie to [ tn' :; ;:2 : r *,.I l 'n.U "i
.,' shape that all ..f plutp-r.y ,sl
plas ed
S The Inntxmi r c : .,' ..iad tI-,.nr 2t>
orate uniure wa- \a. t-i-r u I I- -:V
doulbttu. at at nv .m i n t i" ,, -., ;a .:
this c',untrv th-' ;:v. v.: t, .-u -t:.r-
nas-etd i-ir V.i- U- I11 U-; U.irV (tf (.
IRDany I11 U-:sidn .'1 :it .1ini 'ti lr.-
Swa ever' f r:n *t <'-tvicti KII\v t i m ire
~ n.arit that wa'. !u:ialie ",-2 :uua rti cte .1
f^, rations anai iU ;dnid i.,,:l -a m :tv n u;
Sblos-oms 'ta; it a;tt ~tiO e- ,ia-t uUt to

' hug sOUit t 1; IIiIll (uIan.
+A-, a nr-- an'.' ,'tn me.t:u:e, Mavor


loin%~- in !tit c.-v tie v o),-'c an-I mle
der WA., rena--ast"lthi O. tuntruing arid
fliz i&V enWOrcei- .
Tne itn-i., -nna-e of tranih e was.
I~e~e W [I- ti Tte *.un- is,. r-~v-e-i-mi
murcisrt.i- tv.ai ::t ca-a-c-tol r-ut'
M stir l;n.-n- '1.1 I~ .~ tile i1iiJ
quo-titI t it v~ t'~t-psal to -,b:6
pri 'i, ,i i' CaiS I-n-ii"jangl

Ar II 2 i~e ::il:tla ni of the
pariac I *- ~ am i Vt ippl.niz i ''2

ga~uere-.i fil iii-nutw-r- 4- tilt a.T kt-v c r1-
%I. aat 'i "A- all-i 03: kn~ki MIarsuaa Dar:
F. V urrav. u (',,a~ ~!I n-'unt-ci :-

*:---*. tti~ t-rgauizaTiori'.

L~n.. *ii-c.-ar a:--n is a,-nz r, %v. jnii


.1 'it- i, rt'itra '!. 2ra. ii'-j to Ann -a r-e.

tot-i1 at, NA a Ler- 'tear-ce 11td ar
r ags'- -WUaltliiz tutii reiativa-. 1-;t


on a nino larger scale. reoule were
there in great numbers and when EHider
Wil.,am Stanley arose to make the first
prayer he stood in front of a throng
numbering not less than 7.00W.
Then came a solo by Mrs Jessie D.
t'aldwell, addresses, religious in charac-
ter. by Dr. T. N. Arnold. Rev. E G. B.
Mann. Dr. S6hmist and Elder Wilaam
Stanley. Then came Amerioa, sung by
a quartette, and then the oration of the
day. delivered by Senator Blackburn.
Following Senator Blackburn, Gov-
ernor Becknam and others made short
addresses.
Mnsic. followed by the benediction,
closed the services at the cemetery.


NEW APPROPRIATION BILL.
Imaportalt .M!ieur- Rl.p rtetl to the
Hone by (Cr'nunl.
COLt -MBI., 0, Feb. 8 -The appro-
priation bill has been reported to the
house by the ways and means commit-
tee through the chairman. Mr H H
Crumn. The bill provides for the appro-
,riation of funds to run the govern-
itint of the state for the next tiscal
year.
The largest single item is ~'23.'3,232 51
t, mteet tue interest on the public debt.
In toe same connection as $20U,U0) for
pa-; indebtedness.
The state hospital for the insane is to
get tme next largest approuriainon. For
running exoenses. $,00.000; building
puri-vows. $10,UtOo; Waiilace property
ndet. $4.ti, ; -aiary of superintendent,
$. U'J; boari of regents, $,.2'o0.
T'ine annual atipipriation of toio )"0
for wneunins is re-ittli:ieude i, with li,.tUJ
adtiiioual fr c.erk lire and 170 Icr
stamp'. etc
For int e generall election tins rvea-
$16.00i is recoimttnended with $U.* : o a:
dational tfr ativertising. Tuer.' are a
number 1 lelti-natlIve conimiitteei WLjoset
pay is prnvioed tor tn tute lull
A tnumtt-r of improvementn; on the
statell.uss 'e '%-e 'iltetiii pia cd. Iainoig
them $.XEM0 a.or rel:.rinu2. l'Toe amount
Ilir re a r. ic, rjou f is i.tt b.ark

PRESEYTERAN3 10T M'ET.
t .lIIt.. Itr- ii i' n i r ih.< I s piolo n
,.t .A-- 1 hllit re o I 1.
A T; l-'b 8.--irepara ,' for
"Tit iininit ui e getue.a. a. i >eLliu -. -Ik
.- u: .-ern Prt- t-.raInu ctiur'bh,
viic:r:; niiwe-, n111 Atlant a u May F., aro
f.-.-aouirtg a. Iiui hthape.
I w ile iht general as-erib'v tn-ot.s in
At.in;t tills v-.atr uponi the invittai!,n if
IIle < r i ;;i. }'ie-o-yter:an ch-.r -n, t the
-i-tr.-- Ito a ir- In ill,' privi,ege of enter-
ta;inig tue a-sembiyv is co-ex:entive
wita tie entire retilnous ca tiiniuntiy,
irrespect;ve ,t ienoulln Inationai lines.
Si me 3:U0 c atutissloners are expected
to i-e in attendance upon tne sessio-n.
S.,verai t ii mnittees. having in charge
ih.- tre,iilinary arrallnaetents, have at-
r-ady repcried favorably.
"l'it e InII whio w';vta 'alln tir.l "
-' id ii-.- P'n i.N A. AS H Hi 1 I iFi .
I in k--- work a ni-.--- itv to Li'
v t t t, i t ,'l II-rt t v :noi! \ l-'I t.-:i r '";-!
," Vp-i1 t n r; ti% ity iil tlis, -tv m Id by 11. t:-
:: l 1;: .

i .i-. I l. i -. -1 I lir'ii slli.-u t.
"N FI'l:A: < :- Feb. h -The mnan-
a~ror. of t'e .National Athlet-c club,
whicn. nceoriting to advices from the
ea-T. nas s.-cured the Jeffries Corbett
irizerl1-h:. -ttte mtat they will at once
ut1 u i the i5.000 fo ~tit. Tnev propose
t masie the contest the chief feature ot
a puitiiistic tiurnam--nt, which they are
conitidet w ill draw thousands of people
t thins c:ty from ali parts of the United
S-tates. Thie p:aco for holding the fight
nlas nuot Oen aecide i uton
-l tner 11ii ii 4 t11 1 'iirio ts-.
CHtItal,'TTr, N C., Feb. 8 The
Southern Hostery Yarn Spinners' asso-
ciation met at 1U o'ctio'k this mornine,
Uiut on account of the absenoe of some
members atijourned until 2 o'cio -
without transacting any business. Sev-
enry five percent of the manufacturer-s
of bo; cry yarn in the south are repr.
seated in tnti- organization. A nunihbr
o, northern commission men are here to
meet the sliuners.
A. silh-r ('arntei.- J. brary.
S \' A\T,,.N Tex Feb % -The offer
otl Mr Andrew Carnegie to give San
A:itiaimo $,50.00 for a tree iinrarvr n-s
b.-etn acceli'ed by the city, aund $).U0c
anuu.ily :tor its iainuenance nas be
a', roprnated by the city. 'The douati
11 s tat-en met by pUilic snirited c'.i-zea-
ws ti;ave ut'erea tree of charge ,
May,,r li;-k. lthe choice of several silts
'or tme autrary.
r, liale ll 'or t'r.sulr-r.
Ai: ,* .s. Ft'eb. 8-With thle an.
n,,utir,,ineut ,,: Mtate treasurerr Williaml
SJ Sp--.r (ia:it he witl 5ot I.*- a candilda:e
ta -.,- .-,: n!t-e.f at the l)elmocratic
;.-iii.arv nexit' i .l. the ra.-e tt r t e itrert--
1 1r. t .' Lii. w lli il l-'-:we'n Co.cnel \V \
s!r,.ug:;ton of M31. rgtani andi Catitna l F1
Ptr <.I ia .;bl t'i.onei Birougutrnu nsa
jut anuuounced mi.- caudmacsy.
\n ditir'" ife -a t >y C tI'liin. IH'r-
lait 'e a .",,2nglh 1e<>||-)>.


'-,t I ?,I I' t -,t a l I ia ;'l ; i -

in li -;-' lin1 i n i s i
stat -. I w I- c "a!;: ittlh y Ca i lainr'
S t:i.* tryi. -.." t, x ,- 1 x ,,*i* t; lin_ w hiclt'h


i '-'tld iit. I h..--ia'.ne a;:ir; :i' amit
,ft r :ivir : t ,.l,. il ,,i.' ,r a, tri ia
b.,nt| lit :a ,,'tl ,>f (C h1linl,--rl:tin'-
<'ot2h K:;,*-a- ;n.ld th,. ri-ult w;,.
;!nl ii-dat i prto-Valit. tad tftI ,
I I -itl ti-ed lharsi- lhottl- riv" lInti--


IREPORE KD II[IUF


OF LADYSMITH


BITTER WAR


IN KENTUCKY.


t Boers Claim They Drove Taylor Has Positively Refused
Brat Boers Claim They Drove Taylor Has Positively Refused


Troops Back.


Ni %V14)1 lie Iteiler t41' 144YstilithI
('011M 94. Thri U.1il Ihe R I liscliili'..
lmt"tI*(t' e'e I' irusem it) coisfirma
Ig1-1111ce Hopi Been Firc'e lFight-
1119~. Wit DI)tail% Art- LackinA
1 E N ,Feb. ii-Tho 'Now., lit
le4itlklcredit.- the lRoth~cl.iids wittiI
(leclarili? l'sit ivel to-dI *V that
Lldyv. lilt, 11 ili lwht-'1-gI li ved by
(#I .flBHiist II-. f. Irc"-.;bu t t Ihwwa Jf
five' tleviItII'!- to) c$ I!fii-'.q. o t d iv tilt

From Bo'',r imrc*~-;, in it dispat-i~ch
front the Boe E-r hiai laagtI221-r at LAidy_
-iiiith ci'ile!; a d i!-Pztc i ai .tsd
Weduzieday which sayt-:
A Hili t i-h ..rtii-oed triiiin to Id.-I ;
-4)rt te frion Cliti- vs-y tolWatrd C*o-
PI's' -1. 'i te'-(I y V andld Ianzded 2,11( ')1
Mriti-li troop-, too the- ri-,di Iof ithe
Hoe*r po-iftion. 'The RHiWrs Iiu medi -
att-l v croE-se( the river anid made- an
attaek with rifi-s arid arinilery, forc-
inL' the w'it hdrawal tofhoth itra inl iand
(riop.; to Chts-vely. 1'irhtitig oil the

''Ve.lwi itiand ft ing- at both ( 'lit'j~o
VtIA lit the upper 'rugo-l. aw~o; re-
-11111.-d early' Wedniesday' m'wninr-
A Cf ii-ore d(Ii?-patt clifrom nK' to-
(tall -l)'- rg. d t d v. -.;terd~i y, kxiz the
Riier- llirido1- it fliir *- attack *k tton (,.ii.
M fe )'-aaalld .A chIati: ;ii 'tit-'-diav ,tF


*I-Wt- to i-Vtreltt [iZ. hoi'ldi-' 1


f'vrui .1;if..'kitig by it ,hvt""IIt 1am.-h

-11 h t- I FI*v 'i r t itsfi -t .-'r at M jte- r
FIII. inz Iti I IW tiili v l~ek III''!

Utii-s iir sit 2

CI' i B'' I)' ldt 11211)1twlltt I.Iad'd e
fI*i-im a v i g x.titii 1
r54 li- la-1Irtersa Is ulvie :if
hl- t1z)' d 11l11111*mi i thll : ittr




hailiz -II of W11. 11 li- av. ike

!a aI. III -(-p. tf .(if 1(1' cor y siiatj ii


N ~ 'iti.~ Febtio-'l'h'. w-c

'i-2r ~m ithi.1.(l I. (I.11"W Ithe-T '
laiislped the s iiihartiigta ht irik dod.-

-aiINI rew-11'C. it-4- iteAIVis o rr.~


[a rd Wyndt. ham.t'~e ii 21 l~eMit Wari%
Atlantc1,14i. li fE' Ai's. l iI pr- pit -
.1 10;11 too e la[itAI th e d i--ll 14l4
-1 .1111K mil441Minday di- iN~I I tto-o-
1t.mm W al ,...t 'r ilutit sr ll ir' klI l#111 i ti,- tooi
'Ill. Is!a ti a nti li'jti ret
(-,)illp-i1IN [A (o f l t ). l t i ri E a1.X1'i v

111" I- d Illsti :aid iM jurediA C t iA 1, I t t1-






Kelitre-nnah inerUWit#- (ity I- o--tInll i
Pa ksthk aridia-ilk 111 '.h-k s'a'srihat.

111il NIIIrich~rs-I 1't* 1.bOrkee-per fi- W'.--w
laner. t! ke b'nii y too biii e iz Ei,
i-' utingl .ow- d yzIe llld t rl

stewar ear Ibt~ai (tathscre J,oar
Ai b~~' iz 4p in.r i.hr' ati-mrntt.=':-ilor,
il tefqzt11hlEwiI.thai FIEa tiil
fir *ti1tiulet htiisri. Cap i*ed M iy an
Atani Ct atiityV. Nifv e v--.; in'- No-r




lilt A 'w-r' lih trvhit i-e',I -


Your Credit is Good
F,,r ;inythiti ini our h u-tie. \ 'e )hav
a l.ar a-,i irtin'tit of C'Cot'chet-. B -d
iL. i::e-. Toilet Set-s and H-droomi
S uiltet-. Iron n led-t#-ad- ait $4 up.
0. M. PR 'OR*S
Bargain Furniture H,,use.

Handsome pictures, bric-


To Sign the Agreement.


Loui.asille Will be tlih I) 'm-nwratic
Seatl it(;Gvernlnent and the eiPg-
i.laiturin Will Meet There To).-nay-
Tlh*- I publiciKans Still in the Wood-.
at i he little Village of London


FA.'R K inT. Ky Feb. '.--t uov-
ernior Taylor finally refund la-:
tiiiht to, -in the peace lprtoil amin
110now it i- to e war to the bitter etilt
in Kentucky.
The democratic seat if -ovenli-
Ii-lent will he at Loai-tville antd triat
o4 thie republicneas at Lindouii. tein-
porarily tit Ita-wt.
The leadertI of each 'side will tio-
day definitely decide wha.'-. plaln-
will bl) followed in the cor t2s.
The house and senate p. bonv
and other attaches left t for
Louisville to be present a .et-
itig there to-day of the L ratio
Legislature.

Col. Thomlpson Dead.
TERRE HAUTE. Ind.. Feb. iL.-Cl.
Richard W. i homntps on died early
this morning.

Jim Brown Hanetl
JERKEYE CITY, Feb. 1.-Jaineii ]K.
;irown wats han ed iin the jail here
it !'I:1I1 o'clock thi.is n riinui:.


NEiw YORK. Feb. 21 -Cottoi is
quoted to-day as ftllow-: Mlarci.
S2,: Mlavy 3:; .July .' n: Oc,:iber
7..- >'; Dev utfi -r 7.13;.

Dr. Bull'sCough Syrup conquers croup
Mt )nt < 'r t1 '. c ld.t. : l(ni l t'' i -Into '
'l';>lly It l;lr'. .M (ltlll" Ihe ,| H. 1t !t'v e! 2 in
i! r:tttirmi i < 's,** 1 r n 'yv hit\r lt; ,- :.. 1-
l il I2 liti-l. It is I ol? byV ill; t.11---.
It ): ".'- > lit l 2 .

DEMOCRATS AT LOUISVILBE.
U7uail Folinal %rsO-1tio lipid to C imply
With the Law.
Lot'irsyVI.t, Feb. 8 -The Democratic
members of the legislature, with very
few exceptions, did not venture away
from Lmuisville today. A number had
made all preparations to go to Frank-
fort to attend the funeral of Governor
Goebel. but the stories from London of
a possible attempt to arrest enough
Democratic members to make a quo-
rum and take them to the seat of the
Republican assembly caused them to
abandon the trip.
The usual formal session to comply
with the iaw was helt. an inimmediato
adj,)urntnent being had until tonior-
row. Tie attendance in tile house in.
creased Iron 40 to 44 over yesterday.
the latter figures beinz seven shor, of a

quornin. In the senate also there was
a larger attendance, but not quite a
qua rum.
The Democratic managers say the
members necessary to transact business
are within easy reach and will be pres-
ent tomorrow.

TROUBLE IS 5, TrTLED.
Diffrr.-ns-, '. II ttw ss..' S. utills ro and
O(s i't- i s '..n .
ATI.A.NTA. Ftb 1" -1'n diffirencei
between te 'Southern railway anid the
te!egraiphers of th. roai are now prac-
tiea!ly siwett:l'. W V. Powel of the
I)r.:ar I lt'iway Te egrapi)or bhai re-
tun:-.iI ta, Atlanta from Wash:ngt:n,
:. I ri 1nail a acoutferenie with en
r I .N it .a:.r F (ts anllon of the
-' ui : :!., ,aioking to tue final sett.e-
ii; i i at. im inilt-rences.
I' %.was sinuaiiy agreed that asaba-is
f ir auny ne.tiiitlons tmat might :n tilt
IlulUin ar;se the lol.owing will be teo

"'t eipraphers wi-i have the right to
p sace heir individual grievances in the
hand-A o tiite.r division comtmitttie witu
sUt t0-a tei e-siv o atirst (aiing T 'heii rT
the d>(, :i;oiU superintendent, -alad iiv,
S. n c'-niiinirttee to consist of ulvisioai

*Sunperiitendents will receive coin-
mittees coziniossed onuy of emploves un-
der their jarisdiction and witi fumni-nh
to them transportation aund r heart ror
tne purpose ,f earnings of reasonaule
request
**It after hear;ug the crimittep is
diussaaified witon ru nectiont of the
superinTen :(ut. ir hall hat-e the rnigut
of anpeal in regular order.
"l'uec.- i!;auv inB .s:' 1n tresti:: aifnv
with its own -employes and Is disp, sa'Ji
to treat thsm ju-rl-
e"Te.egriappnera ervtn2 on (-climimrpe-
wilt not b- di; r.mn:nated agA:nst nay
reason tuereo:."

STORM NEAR INDIANAPOLIS.
W1 1nd l{i+t a ('yoloni M( I.a la ,v 'Poist-.
IM>IAAAPC I!IS, Feb A terrifi-
waud'tor:a swe: t we.'erna In i'ana ana
eastern L..noi, early maus ni -ruing Ar
one time during the eartv I .rnuiZ tihe
Western Union Tauegra:..h ctmip-.any -
wires were diwn. Tine P >istal T'.e-


grapu c.)uim:ariy reporte.t w:r:'s eio'vln 2 -
yond Edlwar-sp.n ru andI a s iin these u:h-
ern part of tLe -::i>
Te,ern ern Lorder of tine s:ate aa i ram DO.lan
Indilr- s,* a h, t i r m Krt rrf w ,


vesti.ation through inier local agents,
were unable to verity the report of ta-
taiines. The latest information was to
the effect th-t several nouses were de-
stroyed in Collinsviile. One houie, a
telephone message says. was carried
some distance by the storm and then
wrecked.
Meager reports from the territory
north of Collinsville indicate that there
must have been considerable loss of
property and, It is feared, to life
The storm seenrs to have passed down
the Indiana-lliuois line to Evansville
and ;he reports from many places indi-
cate thai the winu reached almost the
Ve.OeCty of a cye one at many points.


TWO EIG F:-RTIL1UZ=R DEALS.
S s I'.t f I- ior ( li inlrs-tsin airoi On.- to

L: ::: r-.a N. F hb. Ip-'rts are
ct:'-- nt nore to the eltert tlat two fer-
utltizr deais are about to te carried
tihr u.:t in ttas city, one of them a very
lrs ue.
I: I- stated on good authority that the
I.ng-uian flart, a property on Charles-
ton lit'ti uas been bought by Armour
of ti'uc:ig.' and that a fertilizer piant to
cost $10J.OL.0 will be erected tmere Ar-
mour's representative here declines to
discuss the matter.
It it also reported that the old
Etiwan plant has been bought by W. J.
McCo:mack, representing Charleston
capital, and that it will be renovated
and enlarged at once.
A Morgai0s C ub Oraganiz d.
MONTOOMERY. Ala.. Feb. -A John
T. Morgan club was organized here last
night with Hon Ben Screws as presi-
dent andi Hon. U. C. Mower as secret.
tary. A membership or 87 was secured
at the tirst meeting. If Colonel Roque.
more. on a,'count of his continued ill
health retrains from pusitug his can-
vass for tate -enate. the fight between
tite .Johnstont and M)rgsart lorc-,s in this
county wili be very intense
l',,r Idrivini. out dull h:li.nit- feel
in2. -tl +ini t i, gili i thlif ;tl,;>"ti tt :"ii<)
l *'l* :I-in. ti'f c |>ap ''ity "' th 1,1 i 1,dy
.*! vvr'.rk. P loi KtV A-II I I I Ki 1-
.1"ld i r> ',sll1++ v ,l, 1 >4 1 IV II :il'

III:77 r'1 v **.,(l< l r. .k.
OMAiIA, Ferb -A storm wh!ah be.
gain last night hai as-umied the propor-
tious of a bhizzarai and is sti.l raging.
Stre-t traldic in the city is c(oniderahly
aiecayeil, though not suspended N,
damage ha-s yet been rep )rte.i to live
s'ojk on the ranig-s Tne witer np t .
tu:s time has been so mili that s-ocei is
in good iresh and in tue best condition
tor years to withstand a storm of this
kind.
lsis S'r oI l MI $ an1111ll-lpoli1.
MI\NKAPI'i.a.. Feb S Miuneapoiiq
today experienced the severest -torm of
the winter. :-hortly t.e ore midnight a
iitlt snow began failing, accompanied
by a high wind and iow temperature
Ev daybreak the -now was packed into
aeep artt lit soie places while tne
windi swept the ground atare in other-.
Business is paral)> zd and trains are all
late.
Ni .le iiireil by a Toriindo.
Coii.i%-,vii., Ills., Feb. 8 -Nine
people were seriously injured in a tor-
nado which struck here at 3 o'clock this
morning. There was much damage to
proIperty. A group of three fine resi-
dencas stanaing on a bhil outside of
town were redu-ed to splinters and the
cabins on the outskirts, occupied by coal
miners, suffered much damage.
10 Itei.iw Z ri itn iloradto.
DEv-ki;:, Fob. 5 l-ollowing the bliz-
zard of last night the weather here
tris morning is cl'-ar but co;d. Tem-.
perature in Colorado tnis nimorning
raniied troin z-ro to degrees below.
TIe traits trout the east are delayed.
"'l;i'.- timn- ly- thli f- r,-liock." If
i. i r b, l ,, i- aIn-' rIf ori'*i-r. 1t+ in t a k-
ip;' HV >ti l' -a I i i-,p. ill ht ;t oi- -II

ll. I> *I ,. y I" i llnalmey.
SMBAY., ai ia, 1-b --Tue miorta.
ity 'n th: city yesterday was unotrece
di-ntel. 'Taere wa. a total of 40-sideath'.
The itiataioni agsr- -rated by the ad
vw-nt of famine refugees.

iterlliarkallie Iteat. le
M1 -:. M iclia,.l ('urtar in. PheI rs2fl++Id
I 1;;tke- tii- 't;itein'-nt that -hu-
-Itiliht :'11a.I. whlichl -*ttlstd ,n hlir
In,'-: h.i.- wa- tr-a'.->d far a muoaitlh
'iv !,":! flii ly '; :y'- clt n. but grr',-,
*.v,,t-. II" t,,l'1 ti-r ,** w t- a !h,,;,t--
i*-- victim m t i,[f *,'II-m nui;uispIrii :i tf tla:it
;1' m -diliciriie ,-'iild tliri+ hi,+r. Her
Irui:.i-t -'i-ge-t-,d l)r. Ki).'- N*n -
I)i-cvi -ry fir (I'*,t-c il;p ii li; -'t-.
*,> tii.u ht a' t, ttl+ anidl *., l,,+r dfi lirh|t
i,,rh I l tu-s-Ilf ,>-i, fi'*,l fn i, i fir-t
b*,-++. S.'! > !i u;! l|l .| It- 11- t" 0l i ; t-
t,.r tik ini -ix t,.,t;|tl- f.,'u n,' li.r--i
-*'i tl ;tld( w ,il. It'w Ia-~- ht -r n I,
!,aiii-+wet k autil I- ;a- wil :,- -h-. ,.veer
w.,-. -i",.t' tai:l h, .t .l.- 1 thoi- (G a:
Ih-s,,v,-ry :it W'. A I'Al-uhab-rt-'-
I)r :I, S t ir Itl t hittl,.- t.-**!,t-

TO THK PI'BIti'
I !:,\-.< j,'- r .' i..v' ,t t l n '- .. f
:til kilnt- ,f c'atillt!--. atiil -a-,I t;!.'-ri ;tt
\V-ry ret -i'! t il- I', u '-.
1. *. I. *.'r .- ce' nt- It-r p-';.t .


1-ti Wita11 NIX. -I.- ;i unitI -

A-ll Far c(v N~I *ai4-mds .'K-I'-
eV-t .rhr ltt i 't-(iiu'4'aat
)~-r tiuliti (itI. ata r -d f vr-


OTIS TO BE RELIEVED


AT HIS OWN REQUEST


General McArthur Likely to

Sucoeee Him.

A CHANGE IN THl SPRING

When thbe 4. W Philippine Comminls
lon .tArriv-** t Manilla ihe Pree Se
(; .v-rior \Will I- .I)-ttest.d4 sn
Oraler.-.d Iark to L'iitedt tatei
WAsImxoTox, Feb. 8&-Major Oa-
,ral Ewe.l Osis wtil be delasn d
front duty as gvrnor general of the
Philipl nes and commander of the de-
parim-ni of tie Pa ifi" inn modiatoiy
after the arrival of th.: new Pilippnses
coiIInmmWS I aud wilt t rarteled to10 r
turn to the Uait. -d 5- te' .
rai. ac::on will te in coxnit stance with
the wishes if Gei.cr.t. 4 ':1-. wnho bs in-
formed hie \war de;>artiicart that heisIS
neod (f a ie-i>:'e. Ise ;re-sident be-

lieves General O:is can b ielihevtdafte
the ar:ivai cf tin c. minti,ion as Ma-
nil:-.- b:cu wtii ot ur alte in April or
early in Mav-witihat detriment to tbe
insere'ts of the t:overnnment liHe will
be sue,*@ded by the seuitr ,fficer Ia the
island,., probably Major General Arther
McArthur. who will be sabordinalt to
the new commission, wbicn wi posise-
p'enary powers and will be responsible
to the war department.
Granting of suen ereansive authority
to the new commi-sion and its asilga-
nist-t to duty noder the war departmnes
marks mirt riant departures in she pol.
icy tof the administration. Membemrof
Tile Schurmaan cominiss in navU i corn-
,.aine that they wele banlaiapped in
itc.r work by tlie ie, es-iv of nsbordi-
nat:ni ih ir action to tile ntiiiart. The
1'clsiol tli to lite t. it Tufr cmmimon
inier ine war teiiar. i-nit iitueans shas
tile arci;pelay. is now cousidered do-
-r stwiL, lerr.:i r,+.
After the sappreseton of organized
rvsisI-t.e pua tia part of the native*.
tie artupelacowili be divided intotofe
grand military utearlnifents
Judge Taft. as chairuanls of the corn-
lnilsio)n, Mill remain in Manila bthe *a-
prerme iead of the archie1iago a"m will
be to all intents sland pnrvmes& tbe gCO-
ernor, altuougb he will not have t ha
title Civil affairs of eatn nailitaryc do-
partment will be administered by aowm-
missioner, who will be in everything.
but name. governor of the terntery
comprised in tban district.
Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
tioine daiingerotusaf fectlini,--i-v.r colds.
pl uanrisy asnd grippe.-which Faitl ani Will-
h-i ir-i r ailoit It i- t I ie cr-i-l u-&W ltor
liro miti ai l nill tihroal aiIl Uini stffee-

LAWTON S REMAINS ARRIVE.
DIad (G.neral \aill Hel lliol to Kret la
Arlsllsxto let-1 -y.
WAsHuINOTON, Feb N.--Tbe tr:ainbear-
ing the remains of General Henry W.
Lawton completed irs trip across th
continent at 9:30 this morning, when t
rolled through banks of mist into $he
Pennsylvania railroad station. Ad-
jutant General C..rbin met the party a0
the lepor, and Troon H. Tnird cavalry.
fro a Fort Meyer, acted as escort to the
Cb rch of tue Covenant. wnoere General
Lawtou's remains will rest until h
funeral at Arnington cemetery somrna
row.
Carriages were waiting for those who
accoinpanied the dead general, and they
ieft the station before the remain re
removed. Mrs. Lawion. her sWn Ma1 -
lcy and her three daughters were t h
first toenrer carrmagres. Mrs Armetreeg,
widow of Major Armstrong. whose re-
mans are to be tnterrd at Arhlgie,
Ioii)weI. general l S.hafter, with his
aides. lAeuenant E T. Wiasom -a4
(',lonel tC E Edwards, were next mm-
veyed from tne stanon.
The massive caskes, draped with the
national coior-e ani -overel with low-
ers. was thb-n carried to (ne near'e by
soldier< of the Fourth cavalry and FVe-
teenth infantry, who a,-companied tho
funeral party on tne special trans.
The cortege moved slowly to the
Courcb of the Covenant on Lonnecties
avenue, were tie remains w'il 11li
State until tIillr rrrow.
lilassrg ut.* ('.p ur- ltols New YORK, Feb 4 -The Tr.bnoebee
a special frotri Kang-ron, Jamaica, which
.aysv that news ha-s r,een r-ceived thero
/ that tne inurgenrt have captured Be
a'ta, 'ap:itai ot Colomtibia.
Ili.lilar'k'H Ir iil i rse


WV:- thi re-nlt o'f lii- -plledid
h t-alth. Iinlil.,Itabl-e will tirl tr*-
ml r 1d, r1i- +nli-r.r y :r*r- r-,t fo-und
wha-ra- ritaatttc|h. Liv-r. ido,-va and
H 'wI- ,r.-- out if i*ir1m'- If yvou
W nit tlts-i'- '|Hit;litl-- -iral ', -:iitrec
tha-y t,rinie. -- Fir. Ki.: N-w Life
Pr ill-. T iey d-va;) v. yv p,,wer of
tr tri and body. only "t<-" at W. A.
I) .\lji- bsrts-'- (Irni: -t,!I--


CASTOR IA
t For Infants and Childrea.
Th Kind Ym Have Always Bo

Bears trie
S-tgnatur of Ci


lw ,thI -I V %jHav eAwayls Bio


NO. 8


Z- -1 -=_-








2 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1900.


THE


LEVY-POU


CO.


I9-511 S. PAOX ST.


GRAND SALE


-OP-


S13S'


IUll NISHIN


-roa-


10


DAYS!


The


Big Lobe



Purchase


NoM


Being


Thrown



Upon the



Market



at Nearly



Halft Pri(ce


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,

Neckwear, Etc


at less tha 1


Cost of


Manufacture.


iK UVVU CD.,


ST. LO UISXPOSITlO. Nasal
oCATARRH
.In all it etasretoste


Congress to Be Asked For a
$5,000,000 Appropriation.



Too. Ce'Iehrate 4 ,uItorn'iai for tile' Lem-
iftania. tczic~., ~ta:on jett
U III uppirlirtthe RilI-Sennuuacr isor-

;40 n, lile Je1iLb i.. l41lo'O
I ii0i' ie-ellt-ctmt .tIf v :a Itig, Icas ueit~i'ti
Ie I 1!1 1: l. Blke a I ~i iIt:, x 'II le ~tt .l i 1te1
"IstiI leecit-et- '1,11'si(.1ec* 114i''itt' a.1
'I'll'fill a'Di1 1s- x li 1 14 ula'i i e d xei'v N% 'ieyIe1k
til;:it a if tiesitol a tite1'ir'. els''a itiZtith'r
t Iine klls~ti-Ine'S4 f114.(IlDi II (ISt .1le. 4 bIn'est)
Ilho- incest itujicen ai fit'f-aI ure's of thle'
I si11 is% a Io r5. Isififete fee' I o l IIII I it jjits willtIi f ftot
4of I.eA~l vNll' tfit-ee Uni tite- st fist'~
Ili*- jetrpose t-sf .efr %Ili;: Ia litrt efif tfle-.
.'4l'ti 111#- li. O pex o -it is e TaI.Ii si s nesit
too Im. ea Il l toeIiA it I- ill- e~ifi l')1 :a teoil t1e:11
I If#- #sxis'jllit ill I u auite:'t'rs leave'ra i -el
v ,,'V 't lseii'ttI llu:e a' 'lijis o". shil li. t Ittie'
-;im lth se:-,k lelitl IIN o tl! at liv- niv-
e'rtaie'e imoetls' itl et'i :I tilltoli'clriai i oatj l-i


fol- I lwt ft'f:0i'l 1 ,it:0 tI i I 5. ii e wi ll 5'
toisite' I'.*-v Il e tt I; I tl Vn si! 'it-. C 'ts il.l'e'-
it tI tleI .of- 1*11 1 1 ll r lee1111 let 0 11 111a I I I t,.
llet et i $Itt-e-i I )-'1.41 c1t 1:it-ela eI -Ii1i to u'






tis aI, 4N i w i I, I',' I ,r Is I it.i Ii -:1






fill, i t(..verx t,,C~lIII i IIrul curo

:Il :1 h NAN 'd 1 '.A 1, A
ft t 'ti N-f ';st.tt1- 114' :14-1i' ll.I ll 1 11









1: 11 1 ilt l -i I:1'It lit. I I- t '


1.1 l.- :11,1 -

r, tv i.'


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i '''I '' tit
\ l I ; ,' ,', \ ,' ', '.' I
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vtt tot teL or- Ill, I t tI' 5.





I o r I if SI' I
t ;t- c -, 'it -I .:d..






BF rOl)'[) YOVRISELF and
rooitd t 4 'itlu r ie rI.f -.I \V !etIt.. II 'I
rvat a friend'ri o whi-k#-i'. g.ivt-- him
-hie h.--t. HARPER W'li kyiev i-te-.
s'o'C rtaze Or 'tth r OiWN aatd Oer


StOLD 11-Y


Ah uld be clesaniiema
Ely's Cream Balm
d el -tv.4 ,ttr .
va c-.d iiu zLe Le.-t


( ream Balm r.''sd tr.*"ithe rnoqtrn', preii-i
0% t 1111111e nee irICaTe sd tiA;@ ;- es-. Lt. Cf~d;:I
i:.e.dtiaed a c ;re ~I z gii eAt sr~.-.i
ki:*t,4 orby a~l; Trial Size, :1ccnlq tv n ,
ELT BROTHERS. &5G Wartin Street. -New York'.




,et ,oI I IW iA 1 *'rl't nI di 0 % Ii ~'l.tet


it ~~pinm4 ( )I; to -Iot-einictv, i

O"Ii g to I'critie.'t 1Unilaune.
A muar' ihiutillij. (4,1: ld pinn.tl iii~i;
43 ,iiir s ti. he nd '. I'tei ilt-C u1ilie'dig
and st ti ll~.csi I *eI. l''N.114,4111 ui IIelV

.-'i~i~i,.htiii e..i s'r. c llt-ls I'lsl- eall
a -lii' i iit* i' I I 'steele I i*ll IItI, iN (. %v
Bri3 ps~oickI N. 1 I., 111111;-. tlhs' eelout-
of tI this 1 I-11 t -it -l le'I t and 3Ivv-
#*, I D It 10 1 Pt ll I-.1's le I llI.-.i it 11j5 lit
Il. ia rf se ;iiI it ii- ie'k- ilt i ii ce.~
ll is 'otdcitI i le '-ti it sfItrlitteai

itit the Jut s- i.-,It. e i t%- BeI 141Slit 1e

4-1 lit t itl is '-t too i '- ti 'i- The I ill-
1,tjt: 11th ,ie'ils i t : S s- 1 ic t tiel a ist
%%hp it ti t I I ,$- h4- at liii' Iit 111) ill




Th s W 1411.Ill i't(Al ii t I ts'. I f re1tiize

II'tollsIll, hit vIm v il ? v ti' vs ii


%% 'I.-I lic itt' I II l l i/'lstip lv1
as -i ii it l a 'tt 'it te
f 4:I;- ir :* 111


Acme Beer.
IN RiVER I Jlt 'U~"tlI IN'


IR r oi.4


' he Jug Trade
[s Our Specialty.
I' iT 'rv .i S ti -f: t, .:;


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


N'[w YoKK Fe-b
Fetrua.ry..
M arc a.. .. .... ... ..
A pre ... .. .. .......
May...................
J uue.. .........
Sep;tem ter
Sovenmter .......
Dicemuter .


'.4-


7.5,
7 A:'


GRAIN ANO PROVISIONS.
C1'HIAfO F.' s i Op.r CLOSE
\WVHLt Al--l',-iru.ry .. ..ti.
loHLAT-.MaV .. *9 .. (3,1
t\ HEAT-*iU.v ... 34
.'.N-- f Orl .t-r ,'.. .. 3' '
CoMa-May... ..... ; :3', ... 3
L ou.--. tiy 34
tOA i -i-'F-tiruarv... .... ".
UAT -My .... .. .
OATS-J uly .... .
Pol-f-et)ruMry ..... 11 ii
PoRK-May .......... 15 1 '2"
LAHD-February ... .. t
LAMD-.May............ 15 .... t 1
LAx --July .......... 6 .
ktime-February -. .. "
kilis-M.av. 6 0 .... 1
Klt -s-July ...............
NAVAL STORES.
WILMIgOTO. Feb. S.-SpiritS tarpo-
Mue firm at 51 '..54" rece'tDs 23 ca-ks.
Kosin firm at $1 1, (1.40 receipts 1.U-2.
Tar firnim at 81.:-) refeip 8 14.
bAVANNAH Frb. ti. :?pirita turpea-
tiue rtrm at 54; receipts. L7 casti-;
wales 1t(#: exports 341. Rosin firm; re-
ceipts 1.711; Males 4,3;; exports 1,\4W .

Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIESI

Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad?


We've got the
thing for you:


for Infants and Children.
The Kind Yuo: Have Always Bought has borne the signa-
ture of Ch;i-a. 1H. Fletcher, and has been made under hi
personal -ip)ervisionm for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations Sal
,"Just-as-gomtl" "i are but Experiment% and endanger the
health of Children-Experience against Experinent.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
,. Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
T949 atIT&UR c. ompc.O mV--


Citizens National
IPF PESACOLA.


F.. E. WEi.ri-;.
V -i', I.. I ..5I tcI. R


OIM~FCTORW3o
1'. -. EI.L'-.WM. FISHER.
K' I. F .c ttd -&(Co.
Ki J \'c Uill %I RE. JOH \ F. PFE[FFER,
L. H 11, N)N(C1 EEN.


right I


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


For Sale Only by


q4qqis' fqI4I 4Oy,.
215, umith Pulafox Mt.


Indigestion!
We clhllenge the world
to produce a reined/ equt l
to the .l fatchless .Mlineral
1 afterr for lthe cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
ua// or.s of Stomach, l;oivw-
e! Troubles and SkAin )is-
c.ses. Gwurranteed to c re
or money/ retfunided. (Cost
onily 'c ('rils a d a/ to use if.
One dloll/r bottle last / weii-
t!I di/sx.
For saile by all druigists:
also I '. T. Green Co. ;;
S'. Pal fox N/reet.
(MIt ADDRESS

W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Fr'e.t i i'nc l pI'r.tlln .-lF1 <;-. (. >a-
I i' ,. P N t i '. 1 A'




l '! i\ 'r ; ; ,' 1: t '. 1 ;1 Af A' 1
II s/. I i I I -III I. I t
5\ I''tiA t

*- GOLAY :-


t);Inllheis -f-Bl9S Grist and Corn Meal Mills.


i'l; S-111I1; Plie:oex ""..


I;. ilr ,.in J''xe ,la t. ..|' I'li i t '"i .

PENSAC OLA

rt Needle Work Rooms
Embroidery Material of till kind-,
including Stamp)d Iinen Centert-.
Scarfs, Sofa Cushions. Etc.
Battenburg and Point baee Pattercs
ANDI BRAIDS.
TMFXIhN INRAWtd to all.
The Public is Invited to Call.


1ur. el, Ty


1


M. F. GONZALhEZ & CO., Prop
Mailu ffifett' il'i-'.
0H('IC1. Nt lAbANI PUiRE';GROU)NI

sv.-r' rta-a..ctt 'fu hold hu'. vt-ur M-ett eere.'
"4tisek I'.-d frq t inI ti+c' i-oni.- Mitreu hidu
ti ar tyy % ot tl&Zet ~you ,tci. rc~lrtl..Iid ii'-
tr v. Your mtey ;ic't loift tle ties- commtunitlet
andi voln.t ltitrn Sares-' ifS elir 1wr' t-.ll.ited.
In fo-,.rer nz t he- homc'ifetli ifitt uri-r you
'0111ri ut.. to thI- cau..- of labor. You o w.
it to t he-conin enu n ityi-n wai] cayou live a res
wblcb con tribute-, to your support.


ft hbeheate~A prUiJ. trnb 10d ttvra.&
rE!,,NYROYAL PILLS
Or~aa andOnlyGcimel.o
'0- iWit, VT%,: a! Lt
no(m in .'.th" 5. 3r 1-_ "I Tt .-'iittb


Banking


Bank


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
CASHIER.
R. AL. BUSHN'I.LL.
Aiss?. CASHIEIN


RIX M. ROlINSo-Y


MORRIS BEA],


Business Tr asac ted


* %~ I '&9'.1. miidle.I on Favorable TeruulE31
"*~"Bouchtand Sold, Collectionsm
~e~~gd'vWtended TO.
f 'u TS SOLICITED.


PAST
BOTTLE BEER


SOLE AGENT.
Al-,, S. ,,e Contr,,ller for P-n. acola ,
SILK VELVET,
T1' e very pI'rfection of Kentut' i
W lhi-ki--'. tli-tilled and Ill tte(l
hy (;-KA BI";i,.i.:K, i,0otli1-
ville, Ky.

ines, Liquors, Brandies
Gins. Cigars and Tobacco.
Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.


S A. FIEDIAN,


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I'l PALAFOX MTREI.i
11' x 11-4. ''i-pto4 7


Laundry,


A Fastidious Dresser
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..LI WORK C. 0. D.
." f',"Or1E 114. 37 E. GARDEN ST
,r-" ) (.,-- 'A;.!,D FOR AND DELIVERED FRE Z1.-
WALKER INGIRAAMA, Manager.

ESTABLISHED 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
I ----- IDEALMERS 1 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardmiae,
OS AND 1o) 6w. PALAI'OX S7RERT.

REVEKK COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 8 OS CO. '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8HEL A SON'S PCMP8.
'sell. Crdagm. Plot;. lili. latical lisatrmlits, Uarts, l toers, h ail
OMrPsaMEq. LOGO. PTC.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. ,


I. UGN IM 1S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale!-


children s Department.
1 i1 1... ,-- F'ri :, i K il I ( itf it-"' -
JIt on. 2 5.
worth 75c,. now 50c.
A -w..*. d F'rench Kid Inifant-s'

worth $1.00, now 75c.
; '. -. w A* .; i n,.: HE -'l I HI tonC
worth 75c, now 50c.
i 1-... .,1 \ it1 ;, :' '-: t i H t u l

worth $1.E0, now $1.00.
C.l-- I K i.1 'p-mi.Z H,- I -.
worth $1.50. now $1.00.



\leos Deparlmenlt.



worth $1.50, now $1.00.
li ... ll \Virl Kid 1 itti landd ,Lace
S!l,e-. 12-2.
worth $2.00, now $1.50.



Ladies' Depirtimeot.
1 1 I 1 .

siJ0. $I 25. $15 0 ,$17 ane $2 00.

I t '* t 4' t [.<'. -
( 1I : 1TCi l. '' k 1 ]| >i ;

from $100 to $3.50.


A Spevil Barlain!

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I. Gugenheim.


$. J. SCHMITZ,


M EAD AND CAKE UBAKi,
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207 0outh Boyl; n St..
fl:.,: .- i to:lai l s lt 'lV>iv A ll < *Id, N f, r

Bread .. ard aes
AT SHlilT Nori( I:.



BARGAINS


-IN -


Real


Estate.


$2O000C' A'1" '
$3000uA11,l .1'




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I $8000"
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$9000


$10,000 "


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THE REGENT DIAMOND.
It Is Aeknewledxed the Monmt Perfect
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Itching, Burning, and Scaly
Eruptions of the Skin and
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CURED BY CUTICURA.
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al'pi ('tUTI. I'RI l)Olitimlclt freely, to allay.
itchhi:ig. irrit.Atil and intlatiiLrii.tion, atii.
six;lie a1'd li'-al, iiI l-Ltly take hli.<' Irei at
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Tlis tre.atinent alTforil- instant relief. lermnts
rest andi silep., anil |Nilnts to a slpeey. iertma-
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elies aind even the lewt physicians fail.
cAt or rvwherep. Price. Tull Sr. 5: i t. 'T CTl'Ti


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N ~eerncmaery ('n1sieou 1IAl'hle Is Not
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CAROU


WOMEN WHO WORK.


f 8-. L-,isMo Aut 12
Thouch bonly 1-3 '.e~tq ev!i. I s, fiiCrAC1f- nt
pain. 1141aCnd --rl:.- 11IC': 'i1 t!; %OVc. I.*-I
Spring I LIol -. bAld I had tICCquilt u'.P.AC I ,
t J10 ti t ~ 't I'I 4. V 11. 1 'CIIA I ~d itot .AforCII % 1h'51-
priced doctor I go~t o etCI4-btt.C- ('f W iI'" of
Cardui alit tI bal inl,.Aide ine feel db"Itc' L ;iAv4
nlow It'tt'I Qe.'tral 1I41tlel S laCid Sil t) -"'' 10ij
mtotheri L-t he Wine fvr e. iAxL 11,?of Lit'e &au
NESS 'MARGARET WALSIL.


ht,4 Ca rd


Mitiv OrNs aid w, 'ifen t'.j it rneceov".% t, c e'ivi their own living to
vari-eus kuimiit eC ip~l'. %m !l-lit. Their %. I.rk is ccltf I.- hird and cen in..
in titAt t h eIIe lt~hh-I"e-ks 4 CVI w. T1'IdeI'i" c'l.'e C. -'fstitttiti~isarelS l~ufti~tte
Ic)r tires~,Ifle t..ks. Weaknes-s ne.triv al,'t.- t%,, mkes its Apin ran7'e in the
PCCUIlAr;iv deiltxte w-'nA" ci -v cr;I.ili,. CClc ACIst~injinv ,ncithe teet,
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nien '..Ilet '.. k r 't"' 11. 111)e 11.' .' .'.'t- f:l% .!1 t:lit 'A hen SI~i..ne"
c.les 'I~iC 11AV e l' C II)C11'.'lt'":Ce hK7to *' .",tIII l ~I'.'. .I '.. T,- t hem NV e n

LLADIES' ADVISORY GIPAITMENT. c .. rt"-s U'.Il .1 tIICI AtjA 1 ~stnaaI

11.CC 'C. cb.. I.clIt:''C.~.I''ni. l'l i th 1 !em.jd t. ir uICN 1 A
A .!eIte C .~r.JU1.

Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


THE ORIGTW AL -?


IT. LOUIS


A B.C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sale Wholesaler.

I3O A LIUSES3. BRANDIES WES. IIPORTEAND D oonI ICt

Paul Jones andil tlo SprinUgs lebratel Whisties.
TRY O80IT1E OF CELIRT TO10C.
S .." PHON 154. : : : : I )X 387.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fro" ), t i l.A'v.r v P" Any 'art of tbpit':tv.
\11 \' ,rdor'. !.rfL i t Ih.t I tih*'e. Vidal S rnithb, will bet carefully



E. ETESELNT
o-PR-OPKlKTOR 01(A-o

CRONIGS SALOON
o--DEALER IN;--o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquo0rs and Ciairs.


JUG TRADE A 1rj'w.zlAT.TY.
2ovletr Haimnnt and PIwfviIe ,c~c 4tQa P ^-14MA CO1, A


FLA


H. H. 1ICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. b South Pulafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and qv hitting Matorials Kopt -n Hand


vW1,EPgflwV RSK


DUNN'S s


0 HOTEL


___ ~~ a_~__


Three Reuilar

liall lach Day

25,6,Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND OAME OF ALL KINDS) IN SEA-ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RAvTES:-From $1.0 to, < *l.oI pr Dayv. LODGING:
5.1- and 511, S. South Palalox Street. 'en-se-ola. ,ir.,el. i 25 and 650


TIME. TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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ifleals at 1! 1Hours.


Open Day and Night.


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


..- D lY- HOMEN EWS NOTES


waardat tre'.- oast affl('.- at rell-oma'.
Fla- inic'apnd -eiaasa. uat i-r.
QMiCX: Pitt HJuldmng. : -ut t; .a19.i-
ISSe atme. up--tai r-.


TIE NEWS PUPLIHI!NG CV.
Torme-invariably in Advance.
Ow i'.r by MaltI
lux Now ths
Ibiw w Mrtt'
Em "ont h
OMwWaaek'.hy tar--r. pr~sa,' Ia- Nt,..8dhsv
TELEPHONE NO. 1ig'.___
Amirtistorg Rates F'urnitu.A d on ApplIcation.


ThnPpa, #44 son M~e wit?, the
MIEWADERTISING COOP
1111111MU10111iag.St. PaIul, Mann.. Whetr
~ adveuseraand ot bet 'ma.
~, Itsad hereestimtes tllme girer..
ur e mseOwf EUURAL.ADVERTISING

?ENRACOLA. FEP'. 9 1SOO.

Tun city -f Selma Iinatito) b e '.n'.
gimtUlat' d Upoiitliofact that a Wii'
toeeret a put)li('. udini~z in tH
city, at a (*'4'.t 4)f $1, '-ha- '-.d
the scllat#-.
A MINI.-TEkiAI. rtl'iak -it iina-d CI%--
omd noot'ariety in a Flb~zi.i-at,,wn r-'
ccutly by ro-quiritia: a h~ii zt.- wL,)%.,-
a party too a marrviLn. cr~t-ijc~ny Ir-
formod by laitu t,, I)i4)ii" -Iis
poort" her ILu-banrd.


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will of hal' 1pa-I4;alt' o 1a4l-I. 7 14.II I;&% ',;'
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part%- tat1f II.riaJLJa wit hillIt- 4',% 1a
rauk' Ara t ae r.- [a Va 'uld ',\' I lud
front it- tat'.k- all aii.tihs ja M I," '2
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Iiefs ip t tt$e da"'t~atie,1a .f4 'f'.:..1
ttilledCa-n..ear-'. and whi a~are tIt-i+a l'
widelaimg 't li- ltejt.tit-4 V.'!talia'.'a-x:-t
aontead t,: -*-o'kji~too t '.'."Li) U a
ratifs batd I ut ii,.'. fill -,Ila ta:' b a
the party m iii aitaio u -I' ,til'. i' ~
the p#4)a)1#..


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wtatew. ii. aftlu'.t~d lby paaa'ian

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Private hat el.-?'-t--. aSS V.' 44' ra-~Itio-tiat b
--too faa l-aII'.-tcn'-diiIn baiita-
hooslima ic g-gsad 'at i~r+ed it
Lhoughlet.! m-a- vti,taa .IllaaV.'iu)W
tbena too (jet -P. rhia-' j.v 4'. a1 at mta
priuzatie- atid 'gal thiaa.Lia-Av7e- a.~.i
as III gt-" fathea cqslalv*".POIal-'.
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warn hat'.P-aai 4-1 a'% i-. J4.a-It.lot44=-
&nit and top c'Ling-. .taiid -a-'-i'' I- i-:ata T
or luipirt- (11tin-4a'raltil.aI IIIi-11it lla'! .-t-
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THk. HoiaLiES-'.- AN la .'-LieSa1c
tifl'di H",a'. Pa-opli- will '4a -ervict--
Ifi ttta- plez i at '2::t,Pl ia('la('k Sunday
aJtt4-Ylilai. The Lul]tat i- inLi4'tta-d.
Paa-'TPa'N Eip-Th Ifi'art nvin' iIla'
taitta-'.i ft Me n-r-n'ralty a-i-f--iniit
4. M. H.iaiillivdii. t-fer#- Judwi-
Friday ni)-xt.


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(i'ardion (ilam 'n'- Ld-t 1ha aaf tho-
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patironize-d.
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The Non-Irritating

Cathartic


warranting the large outlay of marn-'
taining a i expensive bureau for.
*-ading all the nanscripts submit-
t J.
REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS-COI-
lector Stilwlinn r-eceived a telegram
tlhi- morning from Tallahassee stat-
ing that the republican congre-ssin-
al convention .:n spfcion th-re had
cho-en Hin. J. N. Coomb- of Apa.
lachicula and J. F. H,'rr of K y
West as delegate. to the iationa
c uvention at Philadelphia. and
n')miniat-d Hon. fG. B. Patter-on of
K-y W-est for congress from tt.i, di--
trio'.
G EN. LIE-Mrs. S. A. Moren,.. --c-
retary of the United Daughtr- ,'w
th- Confederacy, hai noatfi, d t!.-
B. ard of Public Instruction that :j
a:-ntl'-man !'as authorized the tf-r
-if a medal to the pupil in grade- 7.
!' and 9 in the public school who)
writer the b--.t composition, in
-chonl. ou G-n. Robert E. L-e. not
to e-xceed four pages of legal cap nor
1-s& than two paw--s The composi-
t'ao.- are to be sent to Gen 0to.
R-e-e not later than May 15.


KLOaNi'IKK. FLA.-Mr. Jame- F.
Pia-rce- ol Klondike was a plea-ant
caller at THE NEWS office th s
imririni. He reports quite a hbomii
in his no-ighb,'orhood. several
northern eniLI have bought lands
there from the Tarble syndicat- and
are building. fencing and preparing
toa put ill crops. Among the invest-
**r- wnio r- now there 11i. roving
t::*-ir property arp S. H Ewalt of
\Varrezi, )0.. who i- building an Iiiaia-
tit'rit a half ni)il- fr. in Klondik-, Itt
L. Moitraiian of Elirlii, IIIll .ad Ma---r-.
-lh,'r and 'l',,aok-r of ('hia. o.
Kl,Andik+- i- haboiit Ia imilo- from
l'.ii-ac-la ,on tli- Nuunez Fenly road.
Till M0I)EIIN %"W %V
( ",,.!ll l l- it-,-lf tia the wO -'lli f,,: f;!
4 ,1. ,' .1, 4 i i-a-aitly 3 '. at,, a- II. i;' l,.4
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A- u-ual.t tii- regular utriiis i .;tlI -
E ll- .' ,-,.',' a thli e city ,a i 'nA r- 't 1 -
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il i ka+r!- coiitiiibuti-d lIr- ly to ti:.
;i' '.- ftiund-. The ;lagg'r gz:iat- II: I!:' -
w:- $75. their, b reing i ax c'-ia- u.0i,
two discharged.
E trl Co'ok, Johnni Ch.l.l, r; a ::.i
W ill' \W illianm-. all colr,-d y\ .ui .-
a'.!,:ar.d With disorde-ly ('.',iiluttt;.
w.,14. 'e:ac'l giv.nt a --va r- t t:a-lt 11,'
by titvir pi-r-nits inl tthei city j ill.
L.,nnii F.'aulk"-. (lihar'g0 I d itl ':,1 -
ri' ::4 fi,,i'-al.l w .aUlpn-. wit- fi.*i k
ilauinch Rl i-;+-ll. l;r,'d with '--
nl:.! 'Ii;.'nk ;trid di-oqdi ly.. w a- f1: .
M h-1l Br'mk. char_* -d witli < it,--
nt1i, i' a,.bl 'e -tr'-,t. wa- |l.t .. a -.
l{ lr-l t I l'aaa r. ha'ti aa wt 444 : -
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Furniture on Credit
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It ll-top 4-.cra-tary va-Pe- -zle;;initIly
HIit-'lhel. a fitc linte o'f ctlina ti e-t-.
ti.tl -verytiliig I co'ntaiined irl a Ii -t-
'l i-- fnrntituir t,,tre- at 0. M. Pryr'
a;tilain i Fulnituret Hou-e.
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
iteported Daily for The News b)
Messrs. A. M. Mosem & Co.
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Chl ren

A cild's life may be
blighted by the diseases of
youth, such as Rickets,
which is characterized by
weak bones or crooked
spine, and inability to stand
or walk steadily, or Maras-
mus, that wasting disease
characterized by paleness
and emaciation, or Scrofula,
a constitutional disease of
the glands and neck.


Scofftt's Emulsion
of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo.
phosphite of Lme and Soda will
prevent and cur these diseases
It puppies just the material needed
to form strong bones, rich red
blood and solid flesh. It will also
reach the infant through the moth.
her's milk, and be of the greatest
benefit to both.
At all dru Cgits v i
SCOTT & BOWNE., Chem- :s, N.v York.


Il1AIAP 14f3 iRIWIIP CoL' BLI


Will have plenty on hand in three or four days.
i.O8Reserve your Orders for us. *

MOOG & SI'ERN,

Nos 108 and 110 East Government Street.





Cohen, Friedman & Co's


0 RACKET STORE.


0 0


S-4~GREAT 31ID-WINTER ^-!




CLEAINM AND 0 S OC-TAKIN 8A[!


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


Big Bargains!
IN I';L'r.'.- < H )I8S. -iI.k" .\ND .-'.\'l'iN '.


Big Bargains!
IN I1'.HLFK LININS.. T() I.WE NAIKIN.S. EIV .


Big Bargains!


IN LA.\ li FK-'


I I CAPES AND '.JA('I{.v AN iN\[AlIFS
'TA.\I La(t-N\D'b tIFss:'


Big Bargains!
IN i.IiKSIL.K \N`D BRILIAJNT'INE h..iKJrFS AND) LADIlES
FI.\N NEl1. AN 1) -11 KWA IS'S.

Big Bargains!
I N a F: :NTI L 1K WE LL. SELE('1ED m AM m4 )'rStlE DEPII1ART
MINi': EVERY PAIN 1'.AHANTEED.

Big IBargains!
N VNS I AND ) l1ILDR)IWN 'LI'Ell I N4;;A tt)MEN~
I I I Rl- .\ NIDWI NT FII NI \1 ;R \\EAL.\

Big Bargains5!
IN (Wt M \ILLlNICRN I'EI4\IMENT.
t, 1 'l \V;4 1k j z:'z hat..w 4fi~Ii 8 ..2'i.tt: I t-cla r


Big Bairgniiiis!
IN ('.R:h\l. IA I VIN\." V\ ro- -W1 i'i-. E I RI.IN'r.


COME AND SEE THE GREAT 1'1W.-W-TION.



YWOURS ANXbal "It'faI'I..EA!-;F,

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Coffee: Coffee..
II ;' 1,-// fl/p altlenion of-
th/< minbrl /mir to 1h
/'t.t //h ft i'e hare on.P o/f
/he hb(./t e quipped hloa(Ls/trs
in/ the Soufth. and that we
,'an furnish this fdelicio/s
hrera te af, prices /thal
del/i competition. We '.elso
wish, to remind youth(at our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaste.r While
others (ire old and hare lost
their aromc, ours is fresh
and delicious.
N..eu, Orleans Groceru Co..


Don't Pay $40 and $50
! t l 'a .. Na 1 tII t. wha- i aou
', *t.. --' trs;ak,- w it h -;ill t -
S i ,' I; t ,**v* i-It, .t (4 M I. 'Irvor'.a
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We have been appointed Agents for West Flor-
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENQACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


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 filled 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. 7Wr. PR;YOR'S GRE-AT BRGCHIN FURNITURE HOUSE.


Senator Chandler's Interesting
Reminiscences.


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a til. t %III ot.A Jay From Jaysvioe.
11.' i. ~I i~mwii il 2 I"ud 11tli-' A Jay front Jay-ville- is the title of PMl1. 121i1W-R S O DS V h S
a rural whichIs atinotinced too up- DR SGOS hUPE
limnivinn Like- Indianst. pear at the opern h'im-it Mondayv
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w~a~ ii' 'l.11225,2u2,'' I.. IilIt3'-five people 'with their' ownl iras-;
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d4-l xitili'ii a.. rl....illlt eS that happen to IUncle iJu h(1.W: el2lihe
of Sami141.ei-11:141--10--nl:alI.' ait'us-- takes Iias first trip to New York.
Ietoontod toothe Indaith ii- thei i 2-x''t av- cause tit) end .of lasu-iattr. liaci- ---(
12ubf4112 i'i *(ir a 4i:1.11-4.1- if i.a 'eutuiv ya dental to the play. 22uaaerimu; sp"c-
I'i'-jili'2iI *.4 S4111111 1a1ilita. a Stt ialties will be iiitriidlice-d. orie -oi the sEEl NTEHI ~~Y(FORH LEi E~IW
xx~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ms pleaa 12i''l~l~i- laa ai* tIe .ing or which wi!l b.-te jCo (muple-te a Lott- tit I'lack (iiotqk:k- idornec isir =:.i.Iee4 to-day.
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WilI 1 i' 11 liifa. lt''lj h*gwih grand 114eiada3' parade will ht- gienwe so- II a ~c hr-tviva-lYaIr ro. r eit i. anI d -:11s' iou t htifre14h,- .'rhei saitue
wil, ll- n-.1114- if 14alli, wthtl"" by 'the hand from J :tyvillf--. which is 111Y hP SAid as reL-.ird- im ht-r Itep~rttmetit.
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iik L V iio 1:1' 1.22* i dsaiO1.i:. flie re'- produced.


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habio-.'thaln Chambtrlaila's C('iugh-
l~eit'v.It!W ple-ault ta.-te anrd
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This Week's Offerings.

43;-intch Figurted M ohair- for .................... yv.irdit.
:.s-inch H enrietta-; for ............ .......... :, .,n l.
4,,--illne H en rietta- foi r ....................... ... I c .1I' it
32 inch All W ool Novl:v 42-inc li ('r.pon- fr... .. ..................... ; ard .
42 inch Silk l 're, > n- 'for ...................... $2., v l1,
4 inch 'Catnl--' H air S,.'.,-r or tCh,\ 'ot. #;) tio v rt.

Granite, Empress, Armures, Venetians, Sicillian,
j:^ Gloria and Other Cloths..4.::-


White Goods.


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Millinery Department.

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!iillinm ,olinsoll & Son.


HEATING


- STOVES,


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Sale of Ladies


kND CHEAPEST


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Childr en's


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WTBAT'S exactly what it is' Two Thousand Choice Garments are
ready for you CorLet Covers. Chemisps Gowns. Drawerq and
Skirts You CANNOT POSSIBLY BUY the Cottons and Trimmings for
near the Cost of these Finished Garments' And they're made juis ap
you'd have made them--same care exactly 'I they're ample in evary
way; no skimping and at just about half the average wholesale cost.


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TAE CRUCIFIXION
OF PHILIP STRONG


COOKING STOVES


A LL PRICES.


!Uilliam 3oljion &* Son.


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BY REV. (CHAS. N1. 'SHELDON Toorder I P* :I,.. '.t-.'12.. I.- '., o
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'11) outhb Palafox. lo ~- ~.. i oI.- 2 1"" A,- ~IM

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N EI'1'IhER the captain, ownor' 'W.% L.-WI t t11W?. & k- .I tjtflii'. .-'' -rrv v... f. tz.-*4 ,f1f la-
nor coaslanti.'g of the Br*,t- C-Pri-i 4r.."-s. 7fit t:(2 '. V' -, -' !"j 7 "I-.i ,r
1i %% alrna.itiiswill be re- Inirne4hIihSlit-.. tred'an place. your
sponsilbe for debt. oonstract- 2insurance A lb aiturahw-. oif promnpt PAY-
ed by the crew of said I'.I I hav -a 'very large assortment of:- tm-nI 20in '.':12 of 2o%A,.
JoHm A'.9D3RSo2V, flamtindWnili.anti will at..il .a,....IFor (iths-r nrforinatlionz.. U !-i'~tsor call


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


HAhN 8 REIF.-


A FARMER'S OFFER.


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BODYGUARD OF GOEBEL.


Characteristics of Colonel Jack
Chinnanard Warden Lijiard.


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Save Your Money. i THE LEADING ARTICLE.

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Telephone No. 147.


LOUGE DIRECTOR JOHN PURDYC

KNIGHTS OF PYTHI &S. .
a -,ita ,s- .No3 P. Foundry IM machine Shops,
mr-i n I -rv. ont, ,v i( 1 \ H KF, C .. L ; A i->l I IN E' T T-.

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Dealer in Maohinery. Fittings and Supplies for

Stationar-" and Marine Application.
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OPPOSITESE UNION DEPOT. 0


?P.OrESSSONAL OARP.

DR. Wm. C. DEWBERIB


OFFI C -i-Hannah Bros.' Dyne Store.



Win. e. Marean, MV. D.,

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I..Ar- -of' (b'ala. Fla..
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Dr. Wi/mer S. Hall.

DENTwAL SURGEON.


Dyspepsia Cure. ";ls"nic

Digests what you eat. I
Itartifciallydigetstthefoodandaids ai i
Nature ID strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or ENERt 1
gains. It, isthe latestdiscovereddigest-
ant and isnir-. No other preparation lN
can aporirach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relievs-and permanently cures
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. 7


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Mother's

Friend


will do for every woman what it did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above lt-
ter. Not to use it during pregnancy i a
mistake to be paid for in pain and suSeria .
Moer's Friend equips the patient with a
strong body and clear trtlect, which ;i
turn are imparted to the child. It relazm
the muscles and allows them to expand. II
relives morning scknes and nervousnm.
it puts all the organs concerned in perfed
condition for the final hour, so that the actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan-
ger of rising or %hrd breasts is altogetha
avoided, and recovery as merely a matter ol
a few days. -
Druggist sell lMothers Friled for a1 bottle.
Tbc Bradficld Rkgulator Co., Atlanta, GLa
S bend for cur free ...u-rated blJok.

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BRITISH HAD LOST 233

UP TO NOON TUESDAY


A Wife Says:

'"We have four children. With the fihi
three I suffered almost unbearable pains from
12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed undae
the influence of chloroform. I used three
bottles of Mothcr's Friend before our last
:hld came, which
s a strong, fat and
healthy boy, doing '
my housework up
iro within two hours
c.f birth, and suf-

red Ibuttafew hard r/ 1
met is the grand-
est remedy ever(lQ,


A cable dispatch received in this city
from spearman's Camp unaler today's
date, says:
"Ealler holds his po-iticn. Rei:ef ii
certain "
Prefumabiv General EuBier n fighting
again today in uis titrd attempt to re-
iieve Ltdysmitu and aew s o: me great-
est import may arrive at any moment.
Yet there is inUch more doubt than ex-
u.tation, for even if the recoliec:mon of
r,'nerai Bli.er's two disa-trous fai.nres
i'"er 'u-t i i(< u star's were not seen in
t:. i.n-.is or the public, the ihst of
-ua ties pubilistlei toti-ay would be a
-uttient reml.uer '-: thi- tremininous
'lic'u.ties o!t til- tas 11.s i '"- u'jation
S: \aai r.ntz, f'iet key to ti.e o\. er
r it-.% inlle a 1pra:;ewt oritlvy 1r:d ciEal-
..in; a.'l:e llemi-h n.. by inio n ;lian- -I nlli-
1;,- ti.it i;e una Genural \\' : wi, i 1: -
t \ ira .y ; '&iu t.iL .as.
i l-efore General Euller there are t'CV-
erat days of nard tinitting and any at-
tenCI.: it) forecast ine result wou d be
vaiut-i-.s. It based otu vrcedient, wtlcl'L
('an bhaoly be done in war:are. it wou.d
i L'bod i to lie in favr ioi the Boers.
for, apparently, ithe conditions have inot
mnaterally altered since the last Iruit-
It-ss attempt. On the otter hana, tne
Britiusi troops are smiart;ng under de-
seat and %iil unuioulbteaiiv be nurved to
un- er desperate efforts than ever beor*-,
aud if :uriou. gallantry (-an carry Gen-
er:t Bulier tv,-r ite kopj-s llhat tace
hima l,:uiv niitn wil be relieved within
a wo-k buti. -o far. Brtiohi bravery
has itweni, n the main. wstslu-i Iiil-.
It is mnre than lik-iy that (i'neri
J-.arton, at Cuneveiey. may beo ,tronu
4pniougln to aivallnce (ite ltt.n-la andi
ri ii icr va uib e at'sti-tatnee Iroit the
s.au.uieast, whii.e tae b'iea&.uereii garri-
(oun r elt. aecoraing to tte alebst U(1s-
patenes., had been atl.e to create a |p5-
ieutial diversion when (enerai luiler
ha, overcome toe intiala difficulties
which lie in toe ot ij-s Immediate."-
n, rtn ot the Tugeia
'urning iriin the transrendant tn:
Laiiyullthi. tie whni.e war area presents
a scene of Iimportant activity Tne
}' .er attack on tieierai Giatacre's forces.
reported Fet. 7, tizziea out, the artil-
lerv of the burgerr. after shelling the
caiiii. retiring upon te arrival of the
',ritilh reiutforcellentt,. The affair
i.ca.se.y warrants b ein. called a skir.
in isti. Tlte BritiSh caualties were one
muan killed and four wounded.


-- : 's ..il. r.- Ails. r sIh.- l rs.t.
-*' e' a. Thi latest advices from Sterkstroem
aninolnce tnat General Gatacre's -cav-
a rr its ii pur-uit of toe Boers. While
I'.-t ',.,. I'tthlig hba-s re-ulted trolm tins affair, it
.,ana, l-e't-h indicates that the burguers are fully
t lAti t)o the importance of coneentra-
aiall, p ttion which is on tbe verge of owcurraug
tift li. fti iyr toetween the forces of Generals Gataore.
:s',oe'-.-r' t.- r- Keily Kenney and French. and tiey do
lu:.e -1a 3:.ar:- nom teatate to take the aggressive
t,.aii c t.i- Bfi against established positions in ai at-
eciaton .at 1) a~: tempt to thwart it. though itas lbe.iwoed
. a fit t- wr; hsrs titat a scfliciently iarr;e biv s7 ?arNips
d1 now are- tw,, wil. soon be imLas wi a[ Co.stt'nur i. .tIi-
tr-ue tle unmiooosed advance t": it-I. la-
railing arnty when it is ready toW sart.
ltle Tuat it Is toct prepared tor this% uiute-
.-.., ment at prtwent and that ai this a t.v-
a', ,'t at. .|, ', ; ISy -s mer-i, pre.imiuarv to wtuaa w
known a< Lora KoR tert( main ma w e
S' nient i ,-viiiented oy a dislmatch troln
S: Cape Town under date ot i eb 7. alr-
,.a ". _" fai ioutnciu that the ourector at the traun-
a' :.- : prt wa, advertising for o-i w.igot<
, .... :- and rivers Withitoat those it won(i.
a a ., eHe iion-,e~s to thaint :f <-Arrvtugi ona tnt
a"" -" iv .iA-in ani it mu-t e rte titlih mii;Tr
b!fo!re I. IV T reta&y.
Another pr',:,tu.n ir" is t hraf (rf 1Pra.'
I t -rt- has b :i iv just sanc:!,- n t", !i-
S! ni:a !on' >of' tie- E1 w '.,on.Iti N-o)
niarv., tc -nin Imfu of a tra iop o: o:.*i 11iec
'tir Ce'tli a;:tricr Iat mile Vt,.nly. to pro-
t t' 1 lie i' a ,. tai u T-rs.
I tp.1i11D I i r:t:IT; ei as< to whether
F "a tri M:iatia Lri. r l{;'rt- aniA (i'll-
rt: Kit -:itner tinv- g ue :vo the Modiier
S* tv r ar to "'trorkitro-in


K\-i.ra(;. a:r e C,.i.onv. Fe'-b s. The
I ,, a ..er- ;_et ., a W.At v,_< ,UBsVy 'ae uledi
.... j :, w.t: '.y dite 1 r ati hour eariv thi;
.. ti ii rti:nt ea-twarli -r .ti t' awiclte .'-I'ini
er',aoe.a and westara :r- iin toe tia ,a!
a,.ea' ka6P. a l,"e-p uCti,:er sutap iae, a:ufj
a ..... :.' e ; paying si'elfai aI teiiti n tfo the u;;es o,
ti te Boier' tunst. wnich narep been uuu.
,."t suaiiv active latey Tue Boers noiai a
Y't 's.-. ',t position hai:wav on [he direct road be.
i, tween R.ns:'erg ani Coiesberg. Tuev
rpI. r she:ied Porter's ni. yesterday ineffect-
I-rt;',': ti.- r4ob a
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."tre- ,t:'.' : l-, O id. k ni :,linl alnd
Fev-el i S -. i. r-. hl,il-. F,-lon-.
('on.t-. 11 ,;-.< ut-. Hil;-.-. Hurn-
tMeald-. Be-it I' i :. e irthi. Dri e- tl,
Pain- *,,,t A,.a-... ():iv a -, ,' i' t

A. It Ai n-hn f, I '.,l:te-'.

1(1; / loUr wi/e one oftt//eo .,.
handsome parlor sw'te.,
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I had Ibrouchi-i- every winter for
*"-:r'- a I'nd no ni -i,1 in ll g:ive ie per-
irn:i:.i t r-Ii-f *ill I be ati to take
il.W MNltit-. l'ouiih Cur. I know it
- the bho- cto'1i2' il- i a\'-- K .' ";' C',rt .'rP. It atiick-
i i>r -, .. u:h-r (,--I croup. azth
* *",. t ip;'" ;: 1 t ,,,; > t ,,d lurf1
*'*itlh---. It i- h," c4:i ilrzs'-i favor-
- re-iedy Ct'tr,- quickly Har-
"i"' Ph:lrin:..-r. John .heboppard. S.


I Baldness

ean be

Cured
ust so long as there s a particle
of vitahtv left in the hair roots. U
The fact that the head is smooth
and stining is no positive proof
that the roots beneath are dead.
Deep down beneath the skin, hair
I roots may yet exist, filled with
latent vitality, and all that is re-
S quired to develop them into a
beautiful head of hair is the faith-
S fl application of the proper agents.
SSeven---m
Sutherland Sisters'
I| preparations furnish the easiest,
w surest and quickest way to ascer-
i tain if there is or is not latent life
beneath a head bare of hair. Why
i not try them?
5& SOLD .v DRUGGISTS.

Wi. ULUMER. Pensacola Florioa,


General Buller Cables a List'
of Casualties.

rIGHT STILL IN PROGRESS

Londonm R-ral| I h;t th- Third At-
t nipt to rtelirvs Latty-ssith Will
lR-Uimit In Great Loss, EI'ves If auc-
c'r.slu', \ which Ih. Nut 4 trialii.
LONDoN, Feb. .-CGeneral Bu'ler has
cabled to the war (thee that the approx-
Imate British t-aohlies t in the fighting
at Potgieters Drift un t, noon Tuesday
are:
Officers, two ki.led and 15 wounded.
Nonoommimsioned offcers and men,
k16 killed and w( guided.
The officerss kiiled were Major John-
soun-myth and Lieutenant Shatto, both
of the Durnam light infantry.
The officers wounded lucinded Colonel
Fitagerald of the Durham light infaz.
ry and Colonel A J. Montgomery of
the Royal artillery and L eutenant Sir
T. A. A. Cunningham of the Rifle
brigade.


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i.(.r.m 'tiA i't cn.la5ul cit-~
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I -' a I tal- t wi lh tat
I ~ ~ ~ ~ a ,a I :lal' : Its' a IOtIl
of it 11taf ~ a 1!a~:l III'' t ifIt'li.


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If 1w 1.:1 1 ** ii 'i- ,ia t i hit aili'. -I i
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,'t-. n i o0ibn .s swi-',"o t nothing" zo
pm-chi a., that it,:re r li-o 1 s hackhone
* *Tin!' aa4vy with th. rib tlih t aVwoman
*n1 a i,:l of.-fl'trlait toll'1i:rn l.
lit'. walre iil' ol'Ojin0 n s tor <';Catarrli hthat
C 'oiin fi eruI 'ry.
.A- mn-rcury will ,r,-ly destroy thf.
*" n lo- t -l tfl tal1 d ei c',luIpl-tl-y (lf-
r ,l tl. whllf h -y-% ltem whvl t.lt -
ir it thriurgh til. inulutoui- surfatc'-.
S li. I articl-'l sho ldtit- I I -vl r I. tlIu- (
.\c.plt iIn pre.-riliiiii- fr-tnl r'pitta-
I', Iliysicans. -. th1. dal lai;u, thty
winll do i'. tfi-l fold to tli- o .g id you'II
ca.in poli-,ily V drive- from tliht-I..
Iitll C'- ('tta rl ('Citr,-. itm tilf:'tti'-d
Ity F..1. ('tiChe 'y A: (t,.. Tk"l"el*dtt. .
omtitit i t- O IIe frCull'V. ;ill I- I ;Itk .1!
ititrnitally. aectitt ll,,d ;i l lidti M u-l ,tmrf;lce' oIf" thl-
(" r ,- ht, -tir e %<% s i t L l i- pIlt iii i .
It i-. t;lk'll ints'-riallv aid< i~- nit >.. ill
'I',l<-'do,. tr, d biy Krun.Tg.i t-. pr<<' t ..-,,
p*er l",tr(..
H:AIl'- I -mily Pill- ar- t ,. li '- .
SMI.; <4)YTIt I S.;AS Tt' aI V;:-r in li: it (*fl d o4rT ,' ..
A ak ItH I tt I f (rom II .h TcrvIll.~
.'a1g,nsf" ,itt i ', at t ai ltmi ii- .'vIriII?
lis44' [-TV.
s i ].(1 Ut11 .l ,- -hlq ari d r a>l. lotif It A .'I. ;
S1G(-er l tl-tt iatiT-*-t4 iia w 'f -(nf'ltv 1'i' l an.
V,)r inv KAtl rit dl-l nn, w I"-' r l. ltullr:, tl d !y
I tt.'jar
Thal i% alnqtav. eu,.+l hv th% let'*Tr V:.
Anlt I ko'ow by Iti*" k*-ti <>f that L~ That stme of u. -,ttiort ly il he ia tl i -'i p-111 "
And -o thfvy will for tli- -i,,op was
fit((4d with t et- firt'-t ;illd flarit t.
T'hiis slowp w. --vlt ouit by )N,'-k
Ap now for sale. diisn or raw, r'eadvy ti
'haw. :it his r-staut'anit. ' g'et tli*llo by tl-e plate, tlsien, hmt, I,-
dred, ttbrrel. dray load, wagon laut
or car hlaad. Ow'iir to th-e ru-hi .
bhuin"-- t ile- er vingof rezul ir tnmal-
will ti- isconitiu#-d after thin w-, k.
but -p'ecial ordl-r-' will bh, -*rve-l ;:tt
:1 hl,>ur of thfl < i;:y or niilht.

DonY't myiqf u ffthin in
/'rn'nit'ur" fr /he.t ', /(r/i.s7'-
I f.' il //on 01// fre seen
.J r. fo ,i"'- Fiff Their /pri'es. are low': their
,o/'A-' /is. rotiplete, ( i l', ///Sell !/o, wI/ !t 1/Oi/ I(il


S.-M ItEWAltD.
T''hI- io'ard of Public I nItruict iit 'of
;.<,* tmblus county., lFla.. < 'lT oi- n -
w.4trdl of fifty ilill;ir- fior tht- tr -t.
with evipl-ince, to con'lviict. ,,f ,ily
Ltarty or par,'ti.-, w ho ti;tilii-Iv.
>r'-t-ak into:s -whi ool Iluillhdin br-:.k-
tb+ la.'k-. -ho,,t or break the winlahIw
li~-~. rk.'cks i down fence.-, I:tvv -,
wa;tt'-r clo'et-i w tt* r ii;,e. etc.. ill
;tiny poirtioni of thie cu'i tv.
N. ;. ('iCoK.
S,.(-. :ind Ciounty Sultpe intultIdet.
ltej-I -tn

Furniture at all Prices.
Ve are selling dining room tables
;it b.irgain prices; akl-o st)ve-a. bed-
,prints. iiiattinz-. kitchen safes.andld
kitchen cabinet-t with bread boards,
*'le-t- for tiour. and diiwr-r faor
s itc'hen iten-il- and tablware-.
('ill and examinle them at 0. M.
Pryor-Is Bargain furnituree House.

Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whichever you


lea Perrins


Sauce


The original
WVorcestershire


lamLt of the Spreran(l.
Mr Serjetiinl Spinks. whose name is
wor't'. or lic-kelis. died reent.tltly in
l.G l'-l 11 I s"s Il: |:1;l of the Se'rjealits.
'lih ati.;iits -:,t ":iw former rly nio olio.)-
iIZ:I I!!;*- |,!;vlii-' :of>" thle cOulrt of mrtl-
ini lO l#.:lin hut heir irivilege-t was dlune
Sa\v iv with :I years l.efore the r_'forino
'of thr i II% %'courts inl 1N75 plt an eind to
their oltic. Two juilgs are Ilft w"iho
i llntiit- se'rje lnts. as was customary.
on h'inl appoipintfl to thel b-ich.I bt
St'ri':;mit Spinks "aa< the Jlast man to
e'arit tli' title made faiimous by Mr. Ser-
l'a utn Ihlzfuz.
%ot Romnnllc.
"Your hi'art is col!,." te made ccr'p,'a]"t
Lpaln the niai .do fa:r
She s5inled and turnii l away her head
Ao if she diri not tar..
For it was in a restaurant.
And sie % af '%aitrtss the-r..
And well she knew it rAad *'C',.d heart"
Upon the bill uf fare.
-Baltimore Ame-i an.
Made Grave Charges.
I'ilson-There goes a man who has
made some grave charges against some
of our leading citizens.
ljilson-Who is be?
PiLson Hlie's au undertaker. Ohio
State Journal.
Acknowvledgnme In.
"That's a short titet you are writing to
Laura. Alice."
"Short? In 'leedl it ilI,-uity l.ng I-'nia'ch
fir 4tu 'eut pre'en't.'t." lidin:i:p iis
Jourual.
D)eWitt's Witch Haz-I Salve ;.-
uniieqIIuallhd for pile-, i Ijurie-. aloi
-kin diseases. It is the oriLtiIijl
Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of all
o utin >i trfe-i 14- l-H 5r i' P UI% kr -....A


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John ShepardS. SKiliin.

THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,First 1atlonal Bank
No. North l'alafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. OF PESSACOLA. FLA.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
V\eiie*a t "iltur-, Violin and i t I l',i ,i-aii DL"I-ipTX-
Lyt-tem ; also ,uitarr. l:Ia .|o anid IaMn i ,0l -ii39. A -m a


WM H. NOWLFS W. A. BOAUNT. F. C. Hl.iN I '.W.K YRR.J


V~U~LF:


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of -11 Es I 1. -' MIT -


WEEKLY CIIEDULI
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PEN8ACOLA ELECTRIC TEIRMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the LIttlh
Hayou, Palmetto Bench. Warrington, Navy
Sard and Fort Harrancas at
:1:k a. m. arrive at Fort BarrancaN 7:1.5a.ni
1'!:1l a. in.arrive at Fort Harrancas 11 41 a.ni
I :11, p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:45p ri
l::0;i p in. ni'riv itt oi't Hlurrtna ii- I:1.', p i1
3:l.5 p. m. arriv,-at l'o't Barrancas 7:Iip 1n)
s:l u. in. ai -iv' at )ort Harrancas NM:45i Pi
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for PenDS
cola at
7:,i a. m. arrive at Pensacola..... :15 a. n,
II :tl) p. m. arrive at Pensacola...... 11:46 p. m
2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola. ........ -:45 p.ir
.)l1 p In arriv- at i t-,ena'ola 7 .45' p
7:0k) p. nm. arrive at Pensacola 7:45 p m
'm:45 p. m. arrtve at Pensacola ... 9:8) p. n.
*M"tnrlayt only.
In [ efft'-vt lt-c. 1st, I '.P4..
SUNDAY SCHKIDUDK.
lo-ave '.-nitaenoa. Lv Fort Harranoas
Sa.m. lo a. m.
I1 a. ni. 12 m.
I p. i' 21 p. M .
S p.m ni p.m.
Sp. m 5p.m.
p. m. A p.m.
6 p. m. I p. m.
VARK '>OR Wr.F.K DAYS.
lP-nsacola to Fort Harrancas and return 46:
Po-niacola to Navy Yard andi return tv.c
I'ensiaola to Palmetto Beach and return lH
WARE IFOK MONDAY
-4onqsccola to rt Harrancas Navy
N tr,.l atn r,-tu rt .................. ... ... .
"".ns'i>l to Palmetto Beaot and
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^*n r..i:rh,, T*,X aTtr H:l> n. "'


()OPERA USE.

ONE NIGHT ONLY:


MONDAY


FEB. 12.


Tho u-a"V6, ti''it vit- ;1:11 h.f


A JAY FROM


JAYSVILLE.


A rt-gmif -, r~id'e-Spji tts' 1.
Now N11l;it'.

soll-, and


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Ppic~es, 101,20O awl 3th.

FIVE NIGHTS:


Feb. () : TUESDAY.: rI.


I I1. t.i! \Y's I IfI IIlKR


w )y. Swedbn Dounmark .ind other F~ur(ap-.in cw.::t triu6.

VWVe-;qileDt- bcn~riAd pon VtP e MIo-k" viiri'tlt- Tf-ni-t. iand their
Obligationis TrikeuPayabl~e at Fort '-D,4 i 1-tir -. r FiftceenDays
after Vassol Arrives therg.
AWSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Counootisa
with which we have a Private Apartment for tissU"s
of Rinitars.


SOLE AGENT FOR


KENTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT ITS NAME IMPLIES
S T HE %


T T I I "I II .L A
I.TRAGER & CO.
DISTILLERS. CINCINNATI.
PROP BANNER DISTiLLERY 5'-"DIST. KY.
L-7


Peter


PETER BEltI,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


-DEKALER IN-


Whikis Wines, Cordials, B er, Etc.,
4f i- t'r t eI l ai' Pipt l ipular iii


3luf Trade a Specialty!
i a-al. F- IPr>;';!'i ly I l. tl ati il Iatl ftCtiton


Ram ,mber the 7-lace.


Bell,


201 East Intendencia Street.


A. 1M. AVERY,
(fheainw to AV"f WOIpWQ. I
IM1FORTYR AND JOBBER tCY




Iromn, Nailst A jn. cnS~w M ill and Stoamh.-a. r~nyppilem. Cooking
mrnJ ;'If.atirng "itoves, Paint. Oils and Wi;Aco-w Glamm,
.4vtev aridTtrwavir-eand lHouse fury. Ip r Goods.




Stitch(A S~tii~ orth:.wptoxiEI:6r7Vii-ce.'C:r .,ny.i-tf'wi4t*Rand
'owtir C r (2 mav, J n'i, '; KP.1 iomine, Jrrnr !-d : ~i rStoo
auw]~r'.WmC~~ A~Cn 'p R,.w FP'Ie fLaz'- WiryarJRvady


Me-' !. RIiroad Ca;,orq


Pe'nsacoia,. Fla.


I" TIE 1BWS' WAlT COLUMIN!


DHINK L )N BEER!


WIN HOP& O.


-triipa'rtt-rs arid Ii-l'iin -


\NEW MU-4l''


Great Specialties!
AI.I. THE IAV-,I'ITES'


Popular Pric(s: 10, 20 ani 30 Cents,

TO-NIGHT,


THiE STRATEGISTS.


Chinese and Japanese

*--Fancy Goods,--
No 31t Mouth Palafs Street.


EndorAse- by all Physician- as the
only Beer ab-solut,-ly free from adul-
teration.
Gen Pfeiffr.F Anant


IL:a u n(Irv ()ile -


I'P ACOLA. FLA


hI1TEI.


&, f -,1 O oWaited to boy il Uadsof hSU M
PENSACOLA. had Firultors, EsyIMbIIII. Lsa
Ir t fin 92ua9t oill 9lnnue AA. -- M-AA


A


BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
" Is adapted for every variety of dish-from Turtle to Beef. from Salmon
to Steaks, to all of which it gives a famous relish."

JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y.



Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

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

S 1) 90oms0 Tol Rent by the Day leek 0o' Ponth. 0 J

311, 312 North Tarragien Streit, Opposite UDio Oiept.
0 -Teiephone 68.-0
S -#---GEO WILSON & CO.,-:-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
S FRESH V.GETABLES REGClVI DAILY. WHOLESALE All RETAIL.
Hit t t,. ltI l. rPensacolaa Florida. .,n'- r.


j101I) PLAYS'.


He Founded Cleveland.
Nearly *$210 in l10 ceut subscriptions
thas been raised in Cleveland for the
purpose of wnautifying the grave of
Moses 'Cleaveland. the founder of the
city. Ti' |il:ian is to buy the property
in whit-li the 'lleavelan:ld fam liy Is
till'rihd aia1 to pl1i':e an iron railing
,nn' d i:l 1t a i1: plant flowers in the plot.
SI.- s .:i\- is in ai il i lontihled cemetery
in < "::ii'i ibury. C '"onn.. which is neg-
,,,.t ,,1 i:1 :I 4' n 1xt,,t i that slieel
"':;.7,. :i ir..n_, thI b l t hl,<1-Oi, -s an:1 1 v ttle
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U THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


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ar.Led .1:24k ,u1j1 -V.iall.A1' I ilat! 22 :21ry
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to) Basrs. IDuzwody a*t,.u

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A treog Bld Voe MiI-e.
JACKSON, Mis.., Feb. &-Mimss
Is making a strong bid for the in
ment of foreign capital in manufa
ing enterprises. At the session of
senate a concurrent resoiatuon
passed exempting all cotton and wo
factories hereafter established from
action for a period of ten years. A
shows that the measure will pass
house.


I MLMIC.OTCES
8~IO 4L olI E P ROF. CZ WKSKd passes for violin, piano.
s ewstudio 22 West B~elmont str"~S. for as
.Ctu. Mi ss Cawtben's ctiosewatrV~y). Private
*da Ad~w e son a at pu pils rebidence; orcbftt ri and,.
the j" fWW1i. .nieble practaep. lid-if

Poll ofti CW"T WFK4 fh~'p'dC l~ 1~AW~I

ithe can1f Niv'.e .arnis-291p' -r%- r2it- 4 ntpr.'p-r-.y saud 34i-- .VioIVEL0Moreno, ;Vi West U ,ro..or3-.


A Petitil.. May II- Fll.d. -
CIsCINNATI, Feb 8.-Ex Governor W. M(5NE "'1"* L ,.END1).
0. Bradley and W. H. McCoy. as attor- ',4)'NY "T' ,l.>v' 4).N FEROVAl.
neys for Governor Tay.or, and other )r.p,-rty ApplIY to A. A.r. F'i'er, F-hr
building, Palafox -trt-et. .P,4t I
Kentucky state officers went into con-
ference with Judge Tart in chambers at I oans negotiated, 6 to 8 per coat. I
United Sta'es court at noon on the mat- i L Binkley & Daniell. ml3tf
ter of tiling some sort of petition. the
contends or which arue not asyet known. i (A%; AT .Lo. Li -ItE'-r-4 ('l\l ALWAYS H.: OH-
W.ol4t- W.'rt. I.Al NBurEI,-,i. 1 AINEI "Y PAI''-'lV" H VINO0 (JO'1)
:S'tI''TII-'FA HY CALLING f.N WIL-
E-' ANABA. Mich.. Feb. b8.-The Na- LIAMM FISHER., '- 3ol'I'H PALAFI'X;
tional Coopera;.' and Woodenware com-. t -r .
pany pant \mas totally destroyed by v- wl \v.'Ni T< BHiRKR) % MONENI
fir'...t 'l1h"i n .4% i 11Ur1 r' yoU!' prop.rtt. pt a-)
fire at I o'clock this morning. The cureal>itra t.I of tilr-.. buy or s .l rt.a ',-
ori;iu of the fire is not known, although tfae., r.-i.t iprp.-rty of1 ai2y d it is stupos-d to i2ave starred in or near rent- coll, c-.d '" or the engiiuero,.m. Ine I- .. is estimated : ()'"", t i' ur, .aln' CO.
at $'2oJU,'JJ0 ; lnsurait:rc not known, roai. I**ii. 'hat ~ m- iti, -latet. T'"o ev-ryone
%2---29 w hi' hv I t fr.:nm u' w-" ill itenl ,a one-y
A 'ieIlll I I ..ai..' ll.aIinmI."I. w itti t' h'% t'> r u:i%. a I9tls.1 rl-ttf
CHARi.I' r:. N. C, Feb. 8-William:
Truesdale. a negro, was hanged in jail
here this morning for the brutal murder ,i tN ,.'.' .% ice' r:t.r -, rotm z -; it-
of his sweetheart. He had to be carried Jiian iIv. ,.,,o n."In.h rlirhi d. K;d:tes r.-1. to the scaffold. His case had been be. lat,. at1 wt'N r.t -11inont t.S 'ti.*
fore the criminal court twice and the i I' ,l-. .-s ui2t "r tr 1,-..hi.I r,,,,ms
supreme court once. lie protested his I' .>'.. i.nth roniiol ,''n. n;I a i2'2 l -'
innocence. .* a.th r MfUl+Uau :,I-t(
Mi ilplhi" to I-v I|tHl bill. ------
MEMPHi.- Febol. -Manager Charley .... .*2" *
Frank of the Memphis BAsebal associa- L'"R t -: -"*' --H:. l'rap in rir-t
1 .' Ct>ll i 9 co 9id2t'l9o .1a'. .Me'hutl 21. 2.1il-If
tion has returned from a trip north, the .. -
object of which wa- to secure dates for F u rl'. -,i 22 92 ll lhi'l*.C utl'
games with tue team which will repre- .old ,,n ,11a32y" t.''ii- 11i lAt ai .1 baraii. Tho-.
sent Memphis and s,.me of the big! C'. Wato.,i At o dilttl
league teams, and ne was successtuL .2, ,*
F14 propfriv on l ai:tf-. i-tr'-(f. conita initig
3lliaorily Report Sent It. .'.IV -t,",t,. all rented. ottlce 1 on %."c no
VA.SINGTON, Feb. 8 -The house mi tl""'.A lare-i -.rt1 nt .g ortvestc. ntl
nority report on the Porto Rican tariff -- t
bill was made public today. It ts I c y .i y y termst'.. 1)y b.tho Iiher
signed by all the Democratic members 'Real K*.tat2 1 Agency. 1,. lial"t Wilson, Man-
of the ways and means committee and ger. 24., etiuth Paialox street. I~almi
Representative Newlands, the silver IA N 'IN .
member of that committee.
-... ... -- i AAN'INI.A 'Al1iEMY-ThMis2 ts t.%ikini
FenCers For Automobiles. I a1 llhlv" op9'n'.d t hiir aain in la, iad.viay
at Lib tary hil '. hilldr.-n's l'a-o.. v r
Alt->l)oll' ile~s llust \\';iar f'riders, '. dne'tay and Saturdayy at 3:4;) p. nii.
i' :t is till p ii ,rt1 et o)f :111 on 'liina N lght i a.. l Ir'l- :y at 7 p 1ni. itf
pr!'t.l dil t 9o tlhe' Iit 2 o( 'itivil i' otier
iizIllt. All11 iii:iliin r of atillitlu ilvh s .are ....... ... .
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whsybottles. 13. A. FRIRDKAN.
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p2LoilWF R? FOR Fli'NERAIAI4 furni..iisd
rpromi~lotIfvitl )uIquCe4r..PeeiiaAdt'-ii~cI
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RSne32~. 2'...i

Sand de-aler in Hair Iiool I.H..t% ''I~Ilt
Articlts. Hair oil. etc..3v W. 0(tovrtrmnm.nt
street.

BOERS' CREUSOT GUNS.
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CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!




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POLITICAL AIIOUNCEIEXII.
For Sheriff.
I herrihv 11nnnunc' w'-'..ipiit, a. a 'ankidatob
for r..-ellct 24)22to 2 124'"Mett&. of4)h! 2919 1jI'.f kX.-
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f -a gt% Sod I n ter4'4t of 2A2)rnIII)vfI1


I herebv 11 nnounco rniv.&#-f a candidate for
24beriff (If E1?aC&mbis ..o~uHIy *at2the. nsuing
selection. .. .1 VAN V'I -T.
Ffir Clerk ouf the Cervis (it Curt.
I h.'r-h v ann'.un.'.' fli%-'..'f a. a candidate
for r---I Petion fas 4:'9'I'14)"9 circuit court
of Fennitubiaa count vat rb 'flU11 q'1t1i'.i
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A M2 MCMIL2.AN
Vtor Tax Cooll- el'r.
h.'r-'bv Sannounce nivneI a a a nd1 Sldlatt'
for i e-"'* .'tion 5&4Tax .'.i 2.e-tor -of 2''9t'21t.-
b 9::.11' 21241ask lb.' -uipport of my9
frit'nd, A vo 'utvrs gent'rallv.
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Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royaft
Patent is the best /IOur that
can be produced by an!,
mill.
Forget .lie .ot is one ot
the best Ireekfast Foodi on
the market.
.1/1 made !by The 0. E.
Stiird- 11/ill ( o. Ianld /ir
sale / .Yew Or/ltansv (;,-
cery (Co.

Phone /. PMr/eo.


F AVOITE


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES

-I:- AT-

The Well-Known.

Up-to-Date Store

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HENTZ & CO.,


THE


For Sale.
Series Sa e. lVill completee
'ali. practically new, tov
oeth er ivith. two-story build'
"u4 .1 hiby 1.2 feet with new
i, lvanized stfel roof. Filer
(I Stowell MAichinery. Ca-
facity ti. enty-five to thirty
thousand feet per day.
liargain for rioht, party.
O('wner gone out of manau-
fart ring business reason
for selling. For particu-
lars write.
Ili[- LEE IMDANIELL.



H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer

PHONE 172
Fr."-ili T !- fe an(id Nativ. M. ,
( 'hii<-kan. arid (Couitry
irofluc'e Daily.

Shop, Rear c( Johnson & son's Store
INTFNDENCIA TREFT.


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--- 105 S. Palafox Street. uuu.I u U.


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F. E. BRAR'S E. Govinment Street,
TELEPHONE 261.


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TUE


D4IL


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NiEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


'ENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of W ter in the Chan .1 at the Entrance of the Harbor.


TAYLOR HESITATES;


GOEBEL IS AT REST


Governor Has Not Yet Signed

That Agreement.


FUNERAL OF DEAD LEADER

Practit-sll4 VAl Frnktort Turns Out
to I'-.y n i.-t Tr batir of tf-sp -t
to tis- M. sury of anll A.ssA SSU*' Vic-
t rn Na) l t1- sill) ti'' .
F1.ak r otT. Kvy Feb. 8.-Governor
Taylor annouun ,ea tn:s mi racing that he
had as yet taken no action re-,rdiog
Sbe Louisville a.:reement and did not
know wnetner be wou.d dobotonightl t'r
not He ta.d that the:e were some
things tnat he derred to consider
farther, and it wou.a be some time It--
fore be made up .ii mind as to the best
thng to do.
Augustus K Wllsc.n of Lou.sville,
who came down for the conference last
-ight. returned to his home this morn-
iag. Mr Wiiison wasabie to give no
information regarding the intentions of
Governor Taylor. saying that tme latter
bad not agnuited his intentions to him
sad he haa so means of knowing what
disposuitt would be made of the matter.
Notwithstamdig the delay in sign-
iBg the agreement, the opinion is still
gOeeral that. with -ome modifications.
aII will be accepted in the near future.
possibly by the end ot tne week
For the tir-t time in several days. a
Democratic memtwr of tue legislature
can be tound in tne capital Word wa-s
sent to all ot tuem t ti niliim that all of
them that desired to ot:ne to the c'try
for tue purp.i-e ot atte- talllugtue funeral
service of G ivernuir t,' el wulti b-e in
C(i. dattger whatever tronll arre-i ty tbhe
soloaier aina bet i;g taken to 1. n iin tor
forced atteudano.- ou In ..*',ianmi of tla
k gi- ls.ature -ow h-inc h-i I tiln-'-
A great untlay o in lise it- ik ,( r
the funeral. but th -v wi, i.av.i a. -.' t
the lnneral s ov-er. uu e-4 aTIor Asu. ti(ue th .1,.rc-niteni b% miat
me^W a.. l * Ilt 1.r> In Stit t.
(iGoverrtir ion w-.:'f bhi'-- :ay in state
ail of ia.-t iinai w 1111t initl a :"'w guard4-
around tha ii "r, amid vrrv Ti'w i"- I,'
(t pabbel tlirut i t"g tiarlor af;e-r i
o'clock Tis in .rutin. t ,e 'r-'wd wa-s
even greater ttan that of yest.-rdav.
As earyi a .i s '':t'k jeanle )agin 1i1
arrive tr,+nii ttl" c 1<+uitry -ar ilt e >Uip,-o
S of. attending the itnit-ra'. -'rv.,-'s, .atid
by 7 there %as a -tres-mi ta :.--'i p,,ur-
in lg tbr, ui ttie room :i withh rtine b,r lv
lay so great ttiat the '.-w p.i.i.-t*is1ii wio)
were (tn duty Lta great d:lica.:rv in
handling it
The cruwd wva' gr..- in lar.-ir: w.th
great rap;:d 'y :ui ltI.cItu._k by int- niui
ber that -,:aie -.rs- ir tins a}r'uin' it
was pro"' ''d '* -re w Au.d ta. no) .s
than 10.OOU p-eoie plj0eit a: iLe :H -
seral exercts**s.
d The storm of 'ai-t n g;t h Liij t:iry,v
S disappeared tn1 ii- Itmiiin, a In tI ls
weather, which w:i.. car. anil lowerini-
in the esrlnr mrunine -,avr way t br.-
lieat bunBhire a: u' .. -.
S BVy iu o'clock theo '. '7- ".e capita)i
was a seething. wnr.zl'Te Jam3 trh'rouh
which it was a.ni(t lm toosibie for one
to thread a Ilasiace. lre g(iet-,:'lonsa
from all the nei,.nboring towns, wnih
great white habice proclaiming the
town and county romni wnt -n tmny came.
were everywhere. Ttne trains from
Loutlvibie brought an immense tIrons,
of peop.e. and a- soon as they were I ff
the k'ar' they mais a rush uor tfe itarior
in whbilh tih, ody .ayA.
V'l.iw -r* on i1l v. F, %" II;nlit.
On th.' whole, fair order was kept by
the O'r ,wJ. t.1u ev"riv t-w uitut"s there
wsuuli t> a jari. .*u---i g ara..T bh a
j woII- t>r t s. d -r ifs ot exa'!:ni2liti
ue Hfts ,w- r p-s.-. at) i tteu li,-nre w uid
f 1 a tan,- i ltat iciuu:r,-i a iti:lite ,r
two to -.trai.temen a ut br-, r niae s: +." ;
(-Ocon a move (MI 2ai: 'i i!i.,:i'!in lii' ril i11
Al during tIle 11. :n t.t *;.- great titr. .
p e,' kepi[ i o)irl" ,- in i: a-d,' |:ii .- -
atbie to [ tn' :; ;:2 : r *,.I l 'n.U "i
.,' shape that all ..f plutp-r.y ,sl
plas ed
S The Inntxmi r c : .,' ..iad tI-,.nr 2t>
orate uniure wa- \a. t-i-r u I I- -:V
doulbttu. at at nv .m i n t i" ,, -., ;a .:
this c',untrv th-' ;:v. v.: t, .-u -t:.r-
nas-etd i-ir V.i- U- I11 U-; U.irV (tf (.
IRDany I11 U-:sidn .'1 :it .1ini 'ti lr.-
Swa ever' f r:n *t <'-tvicti KII\v t i m ire
~ n.arit that wa'. !u:ialie ",-2 :uua rti cte .1
f^, rations anai iU ;dnid i.,,:l -a m :tv n u;
Sblos-oms 'ta; it a;tt ~tiO e- ,ia-t uUt to

' hug sOUit t 1; IIiIll (uIan.
+A-, a nr-- an'.' ,'tn me.t:u:e, Mavor


loin%~- in !tit c.-v tie v o),-'c an-I mle
der WA., rena--ast"lthi O. tuntruing arid
fliz i&V enWOrcei- .
Tne itn-i., -nna-e of tranih e was.
I~e~e W [I- ti Tte *.un- is,. r-~v-e-i-mi
murcisrt.i- tv.ai ::t ca-a-c-tol r-ut'
M stir l;n.-n- '1.1 I~ .~ tile i1iiJ
quo-titI t it v~ t'~t-psal to -,b:6
pri 'i, ,i i' CaiS I-n-ii"jangl

Ar II 2 i~e ::il:tla ni of the
pariac I *- ~ am i Vt ippl.niz i ''2

ga~uere-.i fil iii-nutw-r- 4- tilt a.T kt-v c r1-
%I. aat 'i "A- all-i 03: kn~ki MIarsuaa Dar:
F. V urrav. u (',,a~ ~!I n-'unt-ci :-

*:---*. tti~ t-rgauizaTiori'.

L~n.. *ii-c.-ar a:--n is a,-nz r, %v. jnii


.1 'it- i, rt'itra '!. 2ra. ii'-j to Ann -a r-e.

tot-i1 at, NA a Ler- 'tear-ce 11td ar
r ags'- -WUaltliiz tutii reiativa-. 1-;t


on a nino larger scale. reoule were
there in great numbers and when EHider
Wil.,am Stanley arose to make the first
prayer he stood in front of a throng
numbering not less than 7.00W.
Then came a solo by Mrs Jessie D.
t'aldwell, addresses, religious in charac-
ter. by Dr. T. N. Arnold. Rev. E G. B.
Mann. Dr. S6hmist and Elder Wilaam
Stanley. Then came Amerioa, sung by
a quartette, and then the oration of the
day. delivered by Senator Blackburn.
Following Senator Blackburn, Gov-
ernor Becknam and others made short
addresses.
Mnsic. followed by the benediction,
closed the services at the cemetery.


NEW APPROPRIATION BILL.
Imaportalt .M!ieur- Rl.p rtetl to the
Hone by (Cr'nunl.
COLt -MBI., 0, Feb. 8 -The appro-
priation bill has been reported to the
house by the ways and means commit-
tee through the chairman. Mr H H
Crumn. The bill provides for the appro-
,riation of funds to run the govern-
itint of the state for the next tiscal
year.
The largest single item is ~'23.'3,232 51
t, mteet tue interest on the public debt.
In toe same connection as $20U,U0) for
pa-; indebtedness.
The state hospital for the insane is to
get tme next largest approuriainon. For
running exoenses. $,00.000; building
puri-vows. $10,UtOo; Waiilace property
ndet. $4.ti, ; -aiary of superintendent,
$. U'J; boari of regents, $,.2'o0.
T'ine annual atipipriation of toio )"0
for wneunins is re-ittli:ieude i, with li,.tUJ
adtiiioual fr c.erk lire and 170 Icr
stamp'. etc
For int e generall election tins rvea-
$16.00i is recoimttnended with $U.* : o a:
dational tfr ativertising. Tuer.' are a
number 1 lelti-natlIve conimiitteei WLjoset
pay is prnvioed tor itn tue lull
A tnumtt-r of improvementn; on the
statell.uss 'e '%-e 'iltetiii pia cd. Iainoig
them $.XEM0 a.or rel:.rinu2. l'Toe amount
Ilir re a r. ic, rjou f is i.tt b.ark

PRESEYTERAN3 10T M'ET.
t .lIIt.. Itr- ii i' n i r ih.< I s piolo n
,.t .A-- 1 hllit re o I 1.
A T; l-'b 8.--irepara ,' for
"Tit iininit ui e getue.a. a. i >eLliu -. -Ik
.- u: .-ern Prt- t-.raInu ctiur'bh,
viic:r:; niiwe-, n111 Atlant a u May F., aro
f.-.-aouirtg a. Iiui hthape.
I w ile iht general as-erib'v tn-ot.s in
At.in;t tills v-.atr uponi the invittai!,n if
IIle < r i ;;i. }'ie-o-yter:an ch-.r -n, t the
-i-tr.-- Ito a ir- In ill,' privi,ege of enter-
ta;inig tue a-sembiyv is co-ex:entive
wita tie entire retilnous ca tiiniuntiy,
irrespect;ve ,t ienoulln Inationai lines.
Si me 3:U0 c atutissloners are expected
to i-e in attendance upon tne sessio-n.
S.,verai t ii mnittees. having in charge
ih.- tre,iilinary arrallnaetents, have at-
r-ady repcried favorably.
"l'it e InII whio w';vta 'alln tir.l "
-' id ii-.- P'n i.N A. AS H Hi 1 I iFi .
I in k--- work a ni-.--- itv to Li'
v t t t, i t ,'l II-rt t v :noi! \ l-'I t.-:i r '";-!
," Vp-i1 t n r; ti% ity iil tlis, -tv m . Id by 11. t:-
:: l 1;: .

i .i-. I l. i -. -1 I lir'ii slli.-u t.
"N FI'l:A: < :- Feb. h -The mnan-
a~ror. of t'e .National Athlet-c club,
whicn. nceoriting to advices from the
ea-T. nas s.-cured the Jeffries Corbett
irizerl1-h:. -ttte mtat they will at once
ut1 u i the i5.000 fo ~tit. Tnev propose
t masie the contest the chief feature ot
a puitiiistic tiurnam--nt, which they are
conitidet w ill draw thousands of people
t thins c:ty from ali parts of the United
S-tates. Thie p:aco for holding the fight
nlas nuot Oen aecide i uton
-l tner 11ii ii 4 t11 1 'iirio ts-.
CHtItal,'TTr, N C., Feb. 8 The
Southern Hostery Yarn Spinners' asso-
ciation met at 1U o'ctio'k this mornine,
Uiut on account of the absenoe of some
members atijourned until 2 o'cio -
without transacting any business. Sev-
enry five percent of the manufacturer-s
of bo; cry yarn in the south are repr.
seated in tnti- organization. A nunihbr
o, northern commission men are here to
meet the sliuners.
A. silh-r ('arntei.- J. brary.
S \' A\T,,.N Tex Feb % -The offer
otl Mr Andrew Carnegie to give San
A:itiaimo $,50.00 for a tree iinrarvr n-s
b.-etn acceli'ed by the city, aund $).U0c
anuu.ily :tor its iainuenance nas be
a', roprnated by the city. 'The douati
11 s tat-en met by pUilic snirited c'.i-zea-
ws ti;ave ut'erea tree of charge ,
May,,r li;-k. lthe choice of several silts
'or tme autrary.
r, liale ll 'or t'r.sulr-r.
Ai: ,* .s. Ft'eb. 8-With thle an.
n,,utir,,ineut ,,: Mtate treasurerr Williaml
SJ Sp--.r (ia:it he witl 5ot I.*- a candilda:e
ta -.,- .-,: n!t-e.f at the l)elmocratic
;.-iii.arv nexit' i .l. the ra.-e tt r t e itrert--
1 1r. t .' Lii. w lli il l-'-:we'n Co.cnel \V \
s!r,.ug:;ton of M31. rgtani andi Catitna l F1
Ptr <.I ia .;bl t'i.onei Birougutrnu nsa
jut anuuounced mi.- caudmacsy.
\n ditir'" ife -a t >y C tI'liin. IH'r-
lait 'e a .",,2nglh 1e<>||-)>.


'-,t I ?,I I' t -,t a l I ia ;'l ; i -

in li -;-' lin1 i n i s i
stat -. I w I- c "a!;: ittlh y Ca i lainr'
S t:i.* tryi. -.." t, x ,- 1 x ,,*i* t; lin_ w hiclt'h


i '-'tld iit. I h..--ia'.ne a;:ir; :i' amit
,ft r :ivir : t ,.l,. il ,,i.' ,r a, tri ia
b.,nt| lit :a ,,'tl ,>f (C h1linl,--rl:tin'-
<'ot2h K:;,*-a- ;n.ld th,. ri-ult w;,.
;!nl ii-dat i prto-Valit. tad tftI ,
I I -itl ti-ed lharsi- lhottl- riv" lInti--


IREPORE KD II[IUF


OF LADYSMITH


BITTER WAR


IN KENTUCKY.


t Boers Claim They Drove Taylor Has Positively Refused
Brat Boers Claim They Drove Taylor Has Positively Refused


Troops Back.


Ni %V14)1 lie Iteiler t41' 144YstilithI
('011M 94. Thri U.1il Ihe R I liscliili'..
lmt"tI*(t' e'e I' irusem it) coisfirma
Ig1-1111ce Hopi Been Firc'e lFight-
1119~. Wit DI)tail% Art- LackinA
1 E N ,Feb. ii-Tho 'Now., lit
le4itlklcredit.- the lRoth~cl.iids wittiI
(leclarili? l'sit ivel to-dI *V that
Lldyv. lilt, 11 ili lwht-'1-gI li ved by
(#I .flBHiist II-. f. Irc"-.;bu t t Ihwwa Jf
five' tleviItII'!- to) c$ I!fii-'.q. o t d iv tilt

From Bo'',r imrc*~-;, in it dispat-i~ch
front the Boe E-r hiai laagtI221-r at LAidy_
-iiiith ci'ile!; a d i!-Pztc i ai .tsd
Weduzieday which sayt-:
A Hili t i-h ..rtii-oed triiiin to Id.-I ;
-4)rt te frion Cliti- vs-y tolWatrd C*o-
PI's' -1. 'i te'-(I y V andld Ianzded 2,11( ')1
Mriti-li troop-, too the- ri-,di Iof ithe
Hoe*r po-iftion. 'The RHiWrs Iiu medi -
att-l v croE-se( the river anid made- an
attaek with rifi-s arid arinilery, forc-
inL' the w'it hdrawal tofhoth itra inl iand
(riop.; to Chts-vely. 1'irhtitig oil the

''Ve.lwi itiand ft ing- at both ( 'lit'j~o
VtIA lit the upper 'rugo-l. aw~o; re-
-11111.-d early' Wedniesday' m'wninr-
A Cf ii-ore d(Ii?-patt clifrom nK' to-
(tall -l)'- rg. d t d v. -.;terd~i y, kxiz the
Riier- llirido1- it fliir *- attack *k tton (,.ii.
M fe )'-aaalld .A chIati: ;ii 'tit-'-diav ,tF


*I-Wt- to i-Vtreltt [iZ. hoi'ldi-' 1


f'vrui .1;if..'kitig by it ,hvt""IIt 1am.-h

-11 h t- I FI*v 'i r t itsfi -t .-'r at M jte- r
FIII. inz Iti I IW tiili v l~ek III''!

Utii-s iir sit 2

CI' i B'' I)' ldt 11211)1twlltt I.Iad'd e
fI*i-im a v i g x.titii 1
r54 li- la-1Irtersa Is ulvie :if
hl- t1z)' d 11l11111*mi i thll : ittr




hailiz -II of W11. 11 li- av. ike

!a aI. III -(-p. tf .(if 1(1' cor y siiatj ii


N ~ 'iti.~ Febtio-'l'h'. w-c

'i-2r ~m ithi.1.(l I. (I.11"W Ithe-T '
laiislped the s iiihartiigta ht irik dod.-

-aiINI rew-11'C. it-4- iteAIVis o rr.~


[a rd Wyndt. ham.t'~e ii 21 l~eMit Wari%
Atlantc1,14i. li fE' Ai's. l iI pr- pit -
.1 10;11 too e la[itAI th e d i--ll 14l4
-1 .1111K mil441Minday di- iN~I I tto-o-
1t.mm W al ,...t 'r ilutit sr ll ir' klI l#111 i ti,- tooi
'Ill. Is!a ti a nti li'jti ret
(-,)illp-i1IN [A (o f l t ). l t i ri E a1.X1'i v

111" I- d Illsti :aid iM jurediA C t iA 1, I t t1-






Kelitre-nnah inerUWit#- (ity I- o--tInll i
Pa ksthk aridia-ilk 111 '.h-k s'a'srihat.

111il NIIIrich~rs-I 1't* 1.bOrkee-per fi- W'.--w
laner. t! ke b'nii y too biii e iz Ei,
i-' utingl .ow- d yzIe llld t rl

stewar ear Ibt~ai (tathscre J,oar
Ai b~~' iz 4p in.r i.hr' ati-mrntt.=':-ilor,
il tefqzt11hlEwiI.thai FIEa tiil
fir *ti1tiulet htiisri. Cap i*ed M iy an
Atani Ct atiityV. Nifv e v--.; in'- No-r




lilt A 'w-r' lih trvhit i-e',I -


Your Credit is Good
F,,r ;inythiti ini our h u-tie. \ 'e )hav
a l.ar a-,i irtin'tit of C'Cot'chet-. B -d
iL. i::e-. Toilet Set-s and H-droomi
S uiltet-. Iron n led-t#-ad- ait $4 up.
0. M. PR 'OR*S
Bargain Furniture H,,use.

Handsome pictures, bric-


To Sign the Agreement.


Loui.asille Will be tlih I) 'm-nwratic
Seatl it(;Gvernlnent and the eiPg-
i.laiturin Will Meet There To).-nay-
Tlh*- I publiciKans Still in the Wood-.
at i he little Village of London


FA.'R K inT. Ky Feb. '.--t uov-
ernior Taylor finally refund la-:
tiiiht to, -in the peace lprtoil amin
110now it i- to e war to the bitter etilt
in Kentucky.
The democratic seat if -ovenli-
Ii-lent will he at Loai-tville antd triat
o4 thie republicneas at Lindouii. tein-
porarily tit Ita-wt.
The leadertI of each 'side will tio-
day definitely decide wha.'-. plaln-
will bl) followed in the cor t2s.
The house and senate p. bonv
and other attaches left t for
Louisville to be present a .et-
itig there to-day of the L ratio
Legislature.

Col. Thomlpson Dead.
TERRE HAUTE. Ind.. Feb. iL.-Cl.
Richard W. i homntps on died early
this morning.

Jim Brown Hanetl
JERKEYE CITY, Feb. 1.-Jaineii ]K.
;irown wats han ed iin the jail here
it !'I:1I1 o'clock thi.is n riinui:.


NEiw YORK. Feb. 21 -Cottoi is
quoted to-day as ftllow-: Mlarci.
S2,: Mlavy 3:; .July .' n: Oc,:iber
7..- >'; Dev utfi -r 7.13;.

Dr. Bull'sCough Syrup conquers croup
Mt )nt < 'r t1 '. c ld.t. : l(ni l t'' i -Into '
'l';>lly It l;lr'. .M (ltlll" Ihe ,| H. 1t !t'v e! 2 in
i! r:tttirmi i < 's,** 1 r n 'yv hit\r lt; ,- :.. 1-
l il I2 liti-l. It is I ol? byV ill; t.11---.
It ): ".'- > lit l 2 .

DEMOCRATS AT LOUISVILBE.
U7uail Folinal %rsO-1tio lipid to C imply
With the Law.
Lot'irsyVI.t, Feb. 8 -The Democratic
members of the legislature, with very
few exceptions, did not venture away
from Lmuisville today. A number had
made all preparations to go to Frank-
fort to attend the funeral of Governor
Goebel. but the stories from London of
a possible attempt to arrest enough
Democratic members to make a quo-
rum and take them to the seat of the
Republican assembly caused them to
abandon the trip.
The usual formal session to comply
with the iaw was helt. an inimmediato
adj,)urntnent being had until tonior-
row. Tie attendance in tile house in.
creased Iron 40 to 44 over yesterday.
the latter figures beinz seven shor, of a
quornin. In the senate also there was
a larger attendance, but not quite a
qua rum.
The Democratic managers say the
members necessary to transact business
are within easy reach and will be pres-
ent tomorrow.

TROUBLE IS 5, TrTLED.
Diffrr.-ns-, '. II ttw ss..' S. utills ro and
O(s i't- i s '..n .
ATI.A.NTA. Ftb 1" -1'n diffirencei
between te 'Southern railway anid the
te!egraiphers of th. roai are now prac-
tiea!ly siwett:l'. W V. Powel of the
I)r.:ar I lt'iway Te egrapi)or bhai re-
tun:-.iI ta, Atlanta from Wash:ngt:n,
:. I ri 1nail a acoutferenie with en
r I .N it .a:.r F (ts anllon of the
-' ui : :!., ,aioking to tue final sett.e-
ii; i i at. im inilt-rences.
I' %.was sinuaiiy agreed that asaba-is
f ir auny ne.tiiitlons tmat might :n tilt
IlulUin ar;se the lol.owing will be teo

"'t eipraphers wi-i have the right to
p sace heir individual grievances in the
hand-A o tiite.r division comtmitttie witu
sUt t0-a tei e-siv o atirst (aiing T 'heii rT
the d>(, :i;oiU superintendent, -alad iiv,
S. n c'-niiinirttee to consist of ulvisioai

*Sunperiitendents will receive coin-
mittees coziniossed onuy of emploves un-
der their jarisdiction and witi fumni-nh
to them transportation aund r heart ror
tne purpose ,f earnings of reasonaule
request
**It after hear;ug the crimittep is
diussaaified witon ru nectiont of the
superinTen :(ut. ir hall hat-e the rnigut
of anpeal in regular order.
"l'uec.- i!;auv inB .s:' 1n tresti:: aifnv
with its own -employes and Is disp, sa'Ji
to treat thsm ju-rl-
e"Te.egriappnera ervtn2 on (-climimrpe-
wilt not b- di; r.mn:nated agA:nst nay
reason tuereo:."

STORM NEAR INDIANAPOLIS.
W1 1nd l{i+t a ('yoloni M( I.a la ,v 'Poist-.
IM>IAAAPC I!IS, Feb A terrifi-
waud'tor:a swe: t we.'erna In i'ana ana
eastern L..noi, early maus ni -ruing Ar
one time during the eartv I .rnuiZ tihe
Western Union Tauegra:..h ctmip-.any -
wires were diwn. Tine P >istal T'.e-


grapu c.)uim:ariy reporte.t w:r:'s eio'vln 2 -
yond Edlwar-sp.n ru andI a s iin these u:h-
ern part of tLe -::i>
Te,ern ern Lorder of tine s:ate aa i ram DO.lan
Indilr- s,* a h, t i r m Krt rrf w ,


vesti.ation through inier local agents,
were unable to verity the report of ta-
taiines. The latest information was to
the effect th-t several nouses were de-
stroyed in Collinsviile. One houie, a
telephone message says. was carried
some distance by the storm and then
wrecked.
Meager reports from the territory
north of Collinsville indicate that there
must have been considerable loss of
property and, It is feared, to life
The storm seenrs to have passed down
the Indiana-lliuois line to Evansville
and ;he reports from many places indi-
cate thai the winu reached almost the
Ve.OeCty of a cye one at many points.


TWO EIG F:-RTIL1UZ=R DEALS.
S s I'.t f I- ior ( li inlrs-tsin airoi On.- to

L: ::: r-.a N. F hb. Ip-'rts are
ct:'-- nt nore to the eltert tlat two fer-
utltizr deais are about to te carried
tihr u.:t in ttas city, one of them a very
lrs ue.
I: I- stated on good authority that the
I.ng-uian flart, a property on Charles-
ton lit'ti uas been bought by Armour
of ti'uc:ig.' and that a fertilizer piant to
cost $10J.OL.0 will be erected tmere Ar-
mour's representative here declines to
discuss the matter.
It it also reported that the old
Etiwan plant has been bought by W. J.
McCo:mack, representing Charleston
capital, and that it will be renovated
and enlarged at once.
A Morgai0s C ub Oraganiz d.
MONTOOMERY. Ala.. Feb. -A John
T. Morgan club was organized here last
night with Hon Ben Screws as presi-
dent andi Hon. U. C. Mower as secret.
tary. A membership or 87 was secured
at the tirst meeting. If Colonel Roque.
more. on a,'count of his continued ill
health retrains from pusitug his can-
vass for tate -enate. the fight between
tite .Johnstont and M)rgsart lorc-,s in this
county wili be very intense
l',,r Idrivini. out dull h:li.nit- feel
in2. -tl +ini t i, gili i thlif ;tl,;>"ti tt :"ii<)
l *'l* :I-in. ti'f c |>ap ''ity "' th 1,1 i 1,dy
.*! vvr'.rk. P loi KtV A-II I I I Ki 1-
.1"ld i r> ',sll1++ v . ,l, 1 >4 1 IV II :il'

III:77 r'1 v **.,(l< l r. .k.
OMAiIA, Ferb -A storm wh!ah be.
gain last night hai as-umied the propor-
tious of a bhizzarai and is sti.l raging.
Stre-t traldic in the city is c(oniderahly
aiecayeil, though not suspended N,
damage ha-s yet been rep )rte.i to live
s'ojk on the ranig-s Tne witer np t .
tu:s time has been so mili that s-ocei is
in good iresh and in tue best condition
tor years to withstand a storm of this
kind.
lsis S'r oI l MI $ an1111ll-lpoli1.
MI\NKAPI'i.a.. Feb S Miuneapoiiq
today experienced the severest -torm of
the winter. :-hortly t.e ore midnight a
iitlt snow began failing, accompanied
by a high wind and iow temperature
Ev daybreak the -now was packed into
aeep artt lit soie places while tne
windi swept the ground atare in other-.
Business is paral)> zd and trains are all
late.
Ni .le iiireil by a Toriindo.
Coii.i%-,vii., Ills., Feb. 8 -Nine
people were seriously injured in a tor-
nado which struck here at 3 o'clock this
morning. There was much damage to
proIperty. A group of three fine resi-
dencas stanaing on a bhil outside of
town were redu-ed to splinters and the
cabins on the outskirts, occupied by coal
miners, suffered much damage.
10 Itei.iw Z ri itn iloradto.
DEv-ki;:, Fob. 5 l-ollowing the bliz-
zard of last night the weather here
tris morning is cl'-ar but co;d. Tem-.
perature in Colorado tnis nimorning
raniied troin z-ro to degrees below.
TIe traits trout the east are delayed.
"'l;i'.- timn- ly- thli f- r,-liock." If
i. i r b, l ,, i- aIn-' rIf ori'*i-r. 1t+ in t a k-
ip;' HV >ti l' -a I i i-,p. ill ht ;t oi- -II

ll. I> *I ,. y I" i llnalmey.
SMBAY., ai ia, 1-b --Tue miorta.
ity 'n th: city yesterday was unotrece
di-ntel. 'Taere wa. a total of 40-sideath'.
The itiataioni agsr- -rated by the ad
vw-nt of famine refugees.

iterlliarkallie Iteat. le
M1 -:. M iclia,.l ('urtar in. PheI rs2fl++Id
I 1;;tke- tii- 't;itein'-nt that -hu-
-Itiliht :'11a.I. whlichl -*ttlstd ,n hlir
In,'-: h.i.- wa- tr-a'.->d far a muoaitlh
'iv !,":! flii ly '; :y'- clt n. but grr',-,
*.v,,t-. II" t,,l'1 ti-r - ,** w t- a !h,,;,t--
i*-- victim m t i,[f *,'II-m nui;uispIrii :i tf tla:it
;1' m -diliciriie ,-'iild tliri+ hi,+r. Her
Irui:.i-t -'i-ge-t-,d l)r. Ki).'- N*n -
I)i-cvi -ry fir (I'*,t-c il;p ii li; -'t-.
*,> tii.u ht a' t, ttl+ anidl *., l,,+r dfi lirh|t
i,,rh I l tu-s-Ilf ,>-i, fi'*,l fn i, i fir-t
b*,-++. S.'! > !i u;! l|l .| It- 11- t" 0l i ; t-
t,.r tik ini -ix t,.,t;|tl- f.,'u n,' li.r--i
-*'i tl ;tld( w ,il. It'w Ia-~- ht -r n I,
!,aiii-+wet k autil I- ;a- wil :,- -h-. ,.veer
w.,-. -i",.t' tai:l h, .t .l.- 1 thoi- (G a:
Ih-s,,v,-ry :it W'. A I'Al-uhab-rt-'-
I)r :I, S t ir Itl t hittl,.- t.-**!,t-

TO THK PI'BIti'
I !:,\-.< j,'- r .' i..v' ,t t l n '- .. f
:til kilnt- ,f c'atillt!--. atiil -a-,I t;!.'-ri ;tt
\V-ry ret -i'! t il- I', u '-.
1. *. I. *.'r .- ce' nt- It-r p-';.t .


1-ti Wita11 NIX. -I.- ;i unitI -

A-ll Far c(v N~I *ai4-mds .'K-I'-
eV-t .rhr ltt i 't-(iiu'4'aat
)~-r tiuliti (itI. ata r -d f vr-


OTIS TO BE RELIEVED


AT HIS OWN REQUEST


General McArthur Likely to

Sucoeee Him.

A CHANGE IN THl SPRING

When thbe 4. W Philippine Comminls
lon .tArriv-** t Manilla ihe Pree Se
(; .v-rior \Will I- .I)-ttest.d4 sn
Oraler.-.d Iark to L'iitedt tatei
WAsImxoTox, Feb. 8&-Major Oa-
,ral Ewe.l Osis wtil be delasn d
front duty as gvrnor general of the
Philipl nes and commander of the de-
parim-ni of tie Pa ifi" inn modiatoiy
after the arrival of th.: new Pilippnses
coiIInmmWS I aud wilt t rarteled to10 r
turn to the Uait. -d 5- te' .
rai. ac::on will te in coxnit stance with
the wishes if Gei.cr.t. 4 ':1-. wnho bs in-
formed hie \war de;>artiicart that heisIS
neod (f a ie-i>:'e. Ise ;re-sident be-
lieves General O:is can b ielihevtdafte
the ar:ivai cf tin c. minti,ion as Ma-
nil:-.- b:cu wtii ot ur alte in April or
early in Mav-witihat detriment to tbe
insere'ts of the t:overnnment liHe will
be sue,*@ded by the seuitr ,fficer Ia the
island,., probably Major General Arther
McArthur. who will be sabordinalt to
the new commission, wbicn wi posise-
p'enary powers and will be responsible
to the war department.
Granting of suen ereansive authority
to the new commi-sion and its asilga-
nist-t to duty noder the war departmnes
marks mirt riant departures in she pol.
icy tof the administration. Membemrof
Tile Schurmaan cominiss in navU i corn-
,.aine that they wele banlaiapped in
itc.r work by tlie ie, es-iv of nsbordi-
nat:ni ih ir action to tile ntiiiart. The
1'clsiol tli to lite t. it Tufr cmmimon
inier ine war teiiar. i-nit iitueans shas
tile arci;pelay. is now cousidered do-
-r stwiL, lerr.:i r,+.
After the sappreseton of organized
rvsisI-t.e pua tia part of the native*.
tie artupelacowili be divided intotofe
grand military utearlnifents
Judge Taft. as chairuanls of the corn-
lnilsio)n, Mill remain in Manila bthe *a-
prerme iead of the archie1iago a"m will
be to all intents sland pnrvmes& tbe gCO-
ernor, altuougb he will not have t ha
title Civil affairs of eatn nailitaryc do-
partment will be administered by aowm-
missioner, who will be in everything.
but name. governor of the terntery
comprised in tban district.
Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
tioine daiingerotusaf fectlini,--i-v.r colds.
pl uanrisy asnd grippe.-which Faitl ani Will-
h-i ir-i r ailoit It i- t I ie cr-i-l u-&W ltor
liro miti ai l nill tihroal aiIl Uini stffee-

LAWTON S REMAINS ARRIVE.
DIad (G.neral \aill Hel lliol to Kret la
Arlsllsxto let-1 -y.
WAsHuINOTON, Feb N.--Tbe tr:ainbear-
ing the remains of General Henry W.
Lawton completed irs trip across th
continent at 9:30 this morning, when t
rolled through banks of mist into $he
Pennsylvania railroad station. Ad-
jutant General C..rbin met the party a0
the lepor, and Troon H. Tnird cavalry.
fro a Fort Meyer, acted as escort to the
Cb rch of tue Covenant. wnoere General
Lawtou's remains will rest until h
funeral at Arnington cemetery somrna
row.
Carriages were waiting for those who
accoinpanied the dead general, and they
ieft the station before the remain re
removed. Mrs. Lawion. her sWn Ma1 -
lcy and her three daughters were t h
first toenrer carrmagres. Mrs Armetreeg,
widow of Major Armstrong. whose re-
mans are to be tnterrd at Arhlgie,
Ioii)weI. general l S.hafter, with his
aides. lAeuenant E T. Wiasom -a4
(',lonel tC E Edwards, were next mm-
veyed from tne stanon.
The massive caskes, draped with the
national coior-e ani -overel with low-
ers. was thb-n carried to (ne near'e by
soldier< of the Fourth cavalry and FVe-
teenth infantry, who a,-companied tho
funeral party on tne special trans.
The cortege moved slowly to the
Courcb of the Covenant on Lonnecties
avenue, were tie remains w'il 11li
State until tIillr rrrow.
lilassrg ut.* ('.p ur- ltols New YORK, Feb 4 -The Tr.bnoebee
a special frotri Kang-ron, Jamaica, which
.aysv that news ha-s r,een r-ceived thero
/ that tne inurgenrt have captured Be
a'ta, 'ap:itai ot Colomtibia.
Ili.lilar'k'H Ir iil i rse


WV:- thi re-nlt o'f lii- -plledid
h t-alth. Iinlil.,Itabl-e will tirl tr*-
ml r 1d, r1i- +nli-r.r y :r*r- r-,t fo-und
wha-ra- ritaatttc|h. Liv-r. ido,-va and
H 'wI- ,r.-- out if i*ir1m'- If yvou
W nit tlts-i'- '|Hit;litl-- -iral ', -:iitrec
tha-y t,rinie. -- Fir. Ki.: N-w Life
Pr ill-. T iey d-va;) v. yv p,,wer of
tr tri and body. only "t<-" at W. A.
I) .\lji- bsrts-'- (Irni: -t,!I--


CASTOR IA
t For Infants and Childrea.
Th Kind Ym Have Always Bo

Bears trie
S-tgnatur of Ci


lw ,thI -I V %jHav eAwayls Bio


NO. 8


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1900.


THE


LEVY-POU


CO.


I9-511 S. PAOX ST.


GRAND SALE


-OP-


S13S'


IUll NISHIN


-roa-


10


DAYS!


The


Big Lobe



Purchase


NoM


Being


Thrown



Upon the



Market



at Nearly



Halft Pri(ce


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,

Neckwear, Etc


at less tha 1


Cost of


Manufacture.


iK UVVU CD.,


ST. LO UISXPOSITlO. Nasal
oCATARRH
.In all it etasretoste


Congress to Be Asked For a
$5,000,000 Appropriation.



Too. Ce'Iehrate 4 ,uItorn'iai for tile' Lem-
iftania. tczic~., ~ta:on jett
U III uppirlirtthe RilI-Sennuuacr isor-

;40 n, lile Je1iLb i.. l41lo'O
I ii0i' ie-ellt-ctmt .tIf v :a Itig, Icas ueit~i'ti
Ie I 1!1 1: l. Blke a I ~i iIt:, x 'II le ~tt .l i 1te1
"IstiI leecit-et- '1,11'si(.1ec* 114i''itt' a.1
'I'll'fill a'Di1 1s- x li 1 14 ula'i i e d xei'v N% 'ieyIe1k
til;:it a if tiesitol a tite1'ir'. els''a itiZtith'r
t Iine klls~ti-Ine'S4 f114.(IlDi II (ISt .1le. 4 bIn'est)
Ilho- incest itujicen ai fit'f-aI ure's of thle'
I si11 is% a Io r5. Isififete fee' I o l IIII I it jjits willtIi f ftot
4of I.eA~l vNll' tfit-ee Uni tite- st fist'~
Ili*- jetrpose t-sf .efr %Ili;: Ia litrt efif tfle-.
.'4l'ti 111#- li. O pex o -it is e TaI.Ii si s nesit
too Im. ea Il l toeIiA it I- ill- e~ifi l')1 :a teoil t1e:11
I If#- #sxis'jllit ill I u auite:'t'rs leave'ra i -el
v ,,'V 't lseii'ttI llu:e a' 'lijis o". shil li. t Ittie'
-;im lth se:-,k lelitl IIN o tl! at liv- niv-
e'rtaie'e imoetls' itl et'i :I tilltoli'clriai i oatj l-i


fol- I lwt ft'f:0i'l 1 ,it:0 tI i I 5. ii e wi ll 5'
toisite' I'.*-v Il e tt I; I tl Vn si! 'it-. C 'ts il.l'e'-
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-hie h.--t. HARPER W'li kyiev i-te-.
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StOLD 11-Y


Ah uld be clesaniiema
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Acme Beer.
IN RiVER I Jlt 'U~"tlI IN'


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' he Jug Trade
[s Our Specialty.
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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


N'[w YoKK Fe-b
Fetrua.ry..
M arc a.. .. .... ... ..
A pre ... .. .. .......
May...................
J uue.. . .........
Sep;tem ter
Sovenmter .......
Dicemuter .


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GRAIN ANO PROVISIONS.
C1'HIAfO F.' s i Op.r CLOSE
\WVHLt Al--l',-iru.ry .. ..ti.
loHLAT-.MaV .. *9 .. (3,1
t\ HEAT-*iU.v ... 34
.'.N-- f Orl .t-r ,'.. . .. 3' '
CoMa-May... ..... ; :3', ... 3
L ou.--. tiy . 34
tOA i -i-'F-tiruarv... .... ".
UAT -My .... .. .
OATS-J uly .... .
Pol-f-et)ruMry ..... 11 ii
PoRK-May .......... 15 1 '2"
LAHD-February ... .. t
LAMD-.May............ 15 .... t 1
LAx --July .......... 6 .
ktime-February -. .. "
kilis-M.av. 6 0 .... 1
Klt -s-July ...............
NAVAL STORES.
WILMIgOTO. Feb. S.-SpiritS tarpo-
Mue firm at 51 '..54" rece'tDs 23 ca-ks.
Kosin firm at $1 1, (1.40 receipts 1.U-2.
Tar firnim at 81.:-) refeip 8 14.
bAVANNAH Frb. ti. :?pirita turpea-
tiue rtrm at 54; receipts. L7 casti-;
wales 1t(#: exports 341. Rosin firm; re-
ceipts 1.711; Males 4,3;; exports 1,\4W .

Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIESI

Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad?


We've got the
thing for you:


for Infants and Children.
The Kind Yuo: Have Always Bought has borne the signa-
ture of Ch;i-a. 1H. Fletcher, and has been made under hi
personal -ip)ervisionm for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations Sal
,"Just-as-gomtl" "i are but Experiment% and endanger the
health of Children-Experience against Experinent.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
,. Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
T949 atIT&UR c. ompc.O mV--


Citizens National
IPF PESACOLA.


F.. E. WEi.ri-;.
V -i', I.. I ..5I tcI. R


OIM~FCTORW3o
1'. -. EI.L'-.WM. FISHER.
K' I. F .c ttd -&(Co.
Ki J \'c Uill %I RE. JOH \ F. PFE[FFER,
L. H 11, N)N(C1 EEN.


right I


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


For Sale Only by


q4qqis' fqI4I 4Oy,.
215, umith Pulafox Mt.


Indigestion!
We clhllenge the world
to produce a reined/ equt l
to the .l fatchless .Mlineral
1 afterr for lthe cure of In-
digestion, Dyspepsia and
ua// or.s of Stomach, l;oivw-
e! Troubles and SkAin )is-
c.ses. Gwurranteed to c re
or money/ retfunided. (Cost
onily 'c ('rils a d a/ to use if.
One dloll/r bottle last / weii-
t!I di/sx.
For saile by all druigists:
also I '. T. Green Co. ;;
S'. Pal fox N/reet.
(MIt ADDRESS

W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
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t);Inllheis -f-Bl9S Grist and Corn Meal Mills.


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PENSAC OLA

rt Needle Work Rooms
Embroidery Material of till kind-,
including Stamp)d Iinen Centert-.
Scarfs, Sofa Cushions. Etc.
Battenburg and Point baee Pattercs
ANDI BRAIDS.
TMFXIhN INRAWtd to all.
The Public is Invited to Call.


1ur. el, Ty


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M. F. GONZALhEZ & CO., Prop
Mailu ffifett' il'i-'.
0H('IC1. Nt lAbANI PUiRE';GROU)NI

sv.-r' rta-a..ctt 'fu hold hu'. vt-ur M-ett eere.'
"4tisek I'.-d frq t inI ti+c' i-oni.- Mitreu hidu
ti ar tyy % ot tl&Zet ~you ,tci. rc~lrtl..Iid ii'-
tr v. Your mtey ;ic't loift tle ties- commtunitlet
andi voln.t ltitrn Sares-' ifS elir 1wr' t-.ll.ited.
In fo-,.rer nz t he- homc'ifetli ifitt uri-r you
'0111ri ut.. to thI- cau..- of labor. You o w.
it to t he-conin enu n ityi-n wai] cayou live a res
wblcb con tribute-, to your support.


ft hbeheate~A prUiJ. trnb 10d ttvra.&
rE!,,NYROYAL PILLS
Or~aa andOnlyGcimel.o
'0- iWit, VT%,: a! Lt
no(m in .'.th" 5. 3r 1-_ "I Tt .-'iittb


Banking


Bank



JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
CASHIER.
R. AL. BUSHN'I.LL.
Aiss?. CASHIEIN


RIX M. ROlINSo-Y


MORRIS BEA],


Business Tr asac ted


* %~ I '&9'.1. miidle.I on Favorable TeruulE31
"*~"Bouchtand Sold, Collectionsm
~e~~gd'vWtended TO.
f 'u TS SOLICITED.


PAST
BOTTLE BEER


SOLE AGENT.
Al-,, S. ,,e Contr,,ller for P-n. acola ,
SILK VELVET,
T1' e very pI'rfection of Kentut' i
W lhi-ki--'. tli-tilled and Ill tte(l
hy (;-KA BI";i,.i.:K, i,0otli1-
ville, Ky.

ines, Liquors, Brandies
Gins. Cigars and Tobacco.
Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.


S A. FIEDIAN,


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I'l PALAFOX MTREI.i
11' x 11-4. ''i-pto4 7


Laundry,


A Fastidious Dresser
I- ,ii.vy. aitppy wh 1i (1' lie)ote- ''
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..LI WORK C. 0. D.
." f',"Or1E 114. 37 E. GARDEN ST
,r-" ) (.,-- 'A;.!,D FOR AND DELIVERED FRE Z1.-
WALKER INGIRAAMA, Manager.

ESTABLISHED 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
I ----- IDEALMERS 1 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardmiae,
OS AND 1o) 6w. PALAI'OX S7RERT.

REVEKK COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 8 OS CO. '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8HEL A SON'S PCMP8.
'sell. Crdagm. Plot;. lili. latical lisatrmlits, Uarts, l toers, h ail
OMrPsaMEq. LOGO. PTC.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. ,


I. UGN IM 1S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale!-


children s Department.
1 i1 1... ,-- F'ri :, i K il I ( itf it-"' -
JIt on. 2 5.
worth 75c,. now 50c.
A -w..*. d F'rench Kid Inifant-s'

worth $1.00, now 75c.
; '. -. w A* .; i n,.: HE -'l I HI tonC
worth 75c, . now 50c.
i 1-... .,1 \ it1 ;, :' '-: t i H t u l

worth $1.E0, now $1.00.
C.l-- I K i.1 'p-mi.Z H,- I -.
worth $1.50. now $1.00.



\leos Deparlmenlt.



worth $1.50, now $1.00.
li ... ll \Virl Kid 1 itti landd ,Lace
S!l,e-. 12-2.
worth $2.00, now $1.50.



Ladies' Depirtimeot.
1 1 I 1 .

siJ0. $I 25. $15 0 ,$17 ane $2 00.

I t '* t 4' t [.<'. -
( 1I : 1TCi l. '' k 1 ]| >i ;

from $100 to $3.50.


A Spevil Barlain!

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OUR $3.00

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I. Gugenheim.


$. J. SCHMITZ,


M EAD AND CAKE UBAKi,
I- :-1 \HI.% i l l AE 1
207 0outh Boyl; n St..
fl:.,: .- i to:lai l s lt 'lV>iv A ll < *Id, N f, r

Bread .. ard aes
AT SHlilT Nori( I:.



BARGAINS


-IN -


Real


Estate.


$2O000C' A'1" '
$3000uA11,l .1'




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$6000 CI 'tl '0'C


$7000- C


I $8000"
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$9000


$10,000 "


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THE REGENT DIAMOND.
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Disfiguring Humors
Itching, Burning, and Scaly
Eruptions of the Skin and
Scalp with Loss of Hair

CURED BY CUTICURA.
Tihe trit erip nt Ai .; ,itlioi, direr. agreealilp,
ail, ** C.n C;i, C ;i. IA iCl i., a,1 .; t. i Io -:h' i iciih-.
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al'pi ('tUTI. I'RI l)Olitimlclt freely, to allay.
itchhi:ig. irrit.Atil and intlatiiLrii.tion, atii.
six;lie a1'd li'-al, iiI l-Ltly take hli.<' Irei at
It 'L.SALVEN. tdo l eIc l iand" clean~e the bhw),l.
Tlis tre.atinent alTforil- instant relief. lermnts
rest andi silep., anil |Nilnts to a slpeey. iertma-
i1leI:t..iialca-licnontial ('lie when'i all thi er re'n-
elies aind even the lewt physicians fail.
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til,111I I-I :C!I ltI i hl T i tcll' I'ICI xI'vi' th ol v Ii t C
P,'Ii er I I:III V I 111:1 cv. I to 1111'i'icV AItll cCll I ia .1
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went :1,, :1 vI a I cafti lcit !1 1 t(IIIAvun.


tvare a re I III.\. '!--Tit


At file (' iiclt~
I h~x'.'''jli-t taken th-lC aAt 'f t'w.
bottle- c.I Ill. NM~clip'.' Lt'iil 1iA l'i xii
for nt-"IvCCI.. ti- 'adji"'-. 1112-tc

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H .r `4 toz.It-ve. I ill t,'(Le j1

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CAROU


WOMEN WHO WORK.


f 8-. L-,isMo Aut 12
Thouch bonly 1-3 '.e~tq ev!i. I s, fiiCrAC1f- nt
pain. 1141aCnd --rl:.- 11IC': 'i1 t!; %OVc. I.*-I
Spring I LIol -. bAld I had tICCquilt u'.P.AC I ,
t J10 ti t ~ 't I'I 4. V 11. 1 'CIIA I ~d itot .AforCII % 1h'51-
priced doctor I go~t o etCI4-btt.C- ('f W iI'" of
Cardui alit tI bal inl,.Aide ine feel db"Itc' L ;iAv4
nlow It'tt'I Qe.'tral 1I41tlel S laCid Sil t) -"'' 10ij
mtotheri L-t he Wine fvr e. iAxL 11,?of Lit'e &au
NESS 'MARGARET WALSIL.


ht,4 Ca rd


Mitiv OrNs aid w, 'ifen t'.j it rneceov".% t, c e'ivi their own living to
vari-eus kuimiit eC ip~l'. %m !l-lit. Their %. I.rk is ccltf I.- hird and cen in..
in titAt t h eIIe lt~hh-I"e-ks 4 CVI w. T1'IdeI'i" c'l.'e C. -'fstitttiti~isarelS l~ufti~tte
Ic)r tires~,Ifle t..ks. Weaknes-s ne.triv al,'t.- t%,, mkes its Apin ran7'e in the
PCCUIlAr;iv deiltxte w-'nA" ci -v cr;I.ili,. CClc ACIst~injinv ,ncithe teet,
a I 'II: In .im ni x. m%:1At viet'c:k '1 4a ,ule(rmteAnlent tCr tlorema.tnin-
1,~ 1 itcthe 'A -ill'. Lcic. '1 rh11,A. h'xtIie. And I'.Ick~iehe. I tie P.V
nien '..Ilet '.. k r 't"' 11. 111)e 11.' .' .'.'t- f:l% .!1 t:lit 'A hen SI~i..ne"
c.les 'I~iC 11AV e l' C II)C11'.'lt'":Ce hK7to *' .",tIII l ~I'.'. .I '.. T,- t hem NV e n

LLADIES' ADVISORY GIPAITMENT. c .. rt"-s U'.Il .1 tIICI AtjA 1 ~stnaaI

11.CC 'C. cb.. I.clIt:''C.~.I''ni. l'l i th 1 !em.jd t. ir uICN 1 A
A .!eIte C .~r.JU1.

Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


THE ORIGTW AL -?


IT. LOUIS


A B.C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sale Wholesaler.

I3O A LIUSES3. BRANDIES WES. IIPORTEAND D oonI ICt

Paul Jones andil tlo SprinUgs lebratel Whisties.
TRY O80IT1E OF CELIRT TO10C.
S .." PHON 154. : : : : I )X 387.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fro" ), t i l.A'v.r v P" Any 'art of tbpit':tv.
\11 \' ,rdor'. !.rfL i t Ih.t I tih*'e. Vidal S rnithb, will bet carefully



E. ETESELNT
o-PR-OPKlKTOR 01(A-o

CRONIGS SALOON
o--DEALER IN;--o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquo0rs and Ciairs.


JUG TRADE A 1rj'w.zlAT.TY.
2ovletr Haimnnt and PIwfviIe ,c~c 4tQa P ^-14MA CO1, A


FLA


H. H. 1ICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. b South Pulafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and qv hitting Matorials Kopt -n Hand


vW1,EPgflwV RSK


DUNN'S s


0 HOTEL


___ ~~ a_~__


Three Reuilar

liall lach Day

25,6,Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND OAME OF ALL KINDS) IN SEA-ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RAvTES:-From $1.0 to, < *l.oI pr Dayv. LODGING:
5.1- and 511, S. South Palalox Street. 'en-se-ola. ,ir.,el. i 25 and 650


TIME. TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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JOHN NICHOLAS'




305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
>t'.i TE I i',N i,:P,>T.


ifleals at 1! 1Hours.


Open Day and Night.


CC4,i.-i1IClC-tpI -''kof F, 11-.U; I (;,CI .4ir- .a'i 1 bIAcc.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENQACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


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 filled 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. 7Wr. PR;YOR'S GRE-AT BRGCHIN FURNITURE HOUSE.


Senator Chandler's Interesting
Reminiscences.


"-I (JI. I %% to III I I N 4 1MM % N1D

it tejrrwatmwi % v I-I t Iroot W'.FNBIlI to
I'r..t .clI iiitqWe'd -tno* 5*44ai~ntoo-Wfcu Id
Iroo.'stiwcIheir I..o- tIn toS-The ~a

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u r *- 'Olt,.jI2is2 11 V10.


a til. t %III ot.A Jay From Jaysvioe.
11.' i. ~I i~mwii il 2 I"ud 11tli-' A Jay front Jay-ville- is the title of PMl1. 121i1W-R S O DS V h S
a rural whichIs atinotinced too up- DR SGOS hUPE
limnivinn Like- Indianst. pear at the opern h'im-it Mondayv
"*I Tripp4,1 ;11II! I 'A0 :.who fight. ''h-' coilnpviay nuliber's tkir- dL A T
w~a~ ii' 'l.11225,2u2,'' I.. IilIt3'-five people 'with their' ownl iras-;
Stat.'.-~', ~ ~banld kand orche-trat. Thelwpha 1-42
.I~i'11t.laid in the rural di'-triet'.2 -f New
~ i'~that ii' i. ali I T'*a"Y 1)Engtland amid t e lb- 1Y ha ui(jt-er thltigs l l i m: 0I f 5 1 0 1
d4-l xitili'ii a.. rl....illlt eS that happen to IUncle iJu h(1.W: el2lihe
of Sami141.ei-11:141--10--nl:alI.' ait'us-- takes Iias first trip to New York.
Ietoontod toothe Indaith ii- thei i 2-x''t av- cause tit) end .of lasu-iattr. liaci- ---(
12ubf4112 i'i *(ir a 4i:1.11-4.1- if i.a 'eutuiv ya dental to the play. 22uaaerimu; sp"c-
I'i'-jili'2iI *.4 S4111111 1a1ilita. a Stt ialties will be iiitriidlice-d. orie -oi the sEEl NTEHI ~~Y(FORH LEi E~IW
xx~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ms pleaa 12i''l~l~i- laa ai* tIe .ing or which wi!l b.-te jCo (muple-te a Lott- tit I'lack (iiotqk:k- idornec isir =:.i.Iee4 to-day.
'1 ?. 1*I iiiiil. 11 1.14Ii 04.4-101'11i4j,- t:lnl'hi-ir biycle tr ick ridivng of H-e-rmann:. AO r ae aeh.-x -reIIIb-I'p ri.-i..~n o b'fit ta
WilI 1 i' 11 liifa. lt''lj h*gwih grand 114eiada3' parade will ht- gienwe so- II a ~c hr-tviva-lYaIr ro. r eit i. anI d -:11s' iou t htifre14h,- .'rhei saitue
wil, ll- n-.1114- if 14alli, wthtl"" by 'the hand from J :tyvillf--. which is 111Y hP SAid as reL-.ird- im ht-r Itep~rttmetit.
12'h:21.. atilli ailliil114'~2Ili*t~eRhconrsiderpcd the fun niest p) trade ever I
iik L V iio 1:1' 1.22* i dsaiO1.i:. flie re'- produced.


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P~iliows. e/-., to do wit/i q'iri

b)uy/the wiho/i' (flit/ifrom(~i
. I1,.%ltofl4, ~Fin ch.


Therfe j-. no bettor n lcdin(' 10f,"i' the
habio-.'thaln Chambtrlaila's C('iugh-
l~eit'v.It!W ple-ault ta.-te anrd
rot~t 2 2( tj-t#c:Ll:21cuttr- iliko it
uhaildrt u. it quickly c-tr#--'s t121'r

It t1-si (tr- (O1aIi1(.aI=beti~"
iitttii 4422- if t2luI-a22d.. 4f -iaP-zwit h-
mstt a& -iti.de fitiluia' -ii far 2- a-'wehave
croup2~. but when-gi fIvenl :i- -2,112 a- t12
cy tip I'2'Vt421 a ig tppvt'ar-.'.w~ill pro've-n2t
t~Ile attI'tk. I112 C:2-.-4 III 'Ahi)II1irlg"
mak.in~g it *-a-?.itI'r iito *xlplct4irat". :anii
if 12. ptrlsxv.-22i. 't cn21i22.: t




asX ihand~somn'. j'urnitum'e.
J[arston.t- & Finch ha Pc an
immnense stot-4A'Jory!ou to sr-
lert from, (andi t/:eqwIf-ile/ll
it to yowt on ion tim-e (ind'
c(I."U/ /iaf i ell gts.


I, Ito tw a\ 1 1 VIN
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P'l:l0l. ...


This Week's Offerings.

43;-intch Figurted M ohair- for .................... yv.irdit.
:.s-inch H enrietta-; for ............ .......... . :, .,n l.
4,,--illne H en rietta- foi r ....................... ... I c .1I' it
32 inch All W ool Novl:v 42-inc li ('r.pon- fr... .. ..................... . ; ard .
42 inch Silk l 're, > n- 'for ...................... $2., v l1,
4 inch 'Catnl--' H air S,.'.,-r or tCh,\ 'ot. #;) tio v rt.

Granite, Empress, Armures, Venetians, Sicillian,
j:^ Gloria and Other Cloths..4.::-


White Goods.


. .. i.' . . . . . . . . t \ .1.2 ; ,;1 1. > i t .. i p$r [,- 1',
i,'- ,2'21 l l2' l l,'y I. ! ., l' 2.',- ---- .. -.-.- ... lli" x-,rm t
lIb'-t 2rad. .hL i '....k ( ,r2 ................... nA d ll m
12 Y a.I I- M .l--. v il!- I l; I'l il-l I ,ii, -' .' ;i '! i
i i!i,,t hI mn.atchl,,', -l-,.w ht r,,. fr .... .. $ t.io


Millinery Department.

I,, 1,, | TI' l riL t I w ith QII Ill-. '. i
4 1 a- .i ri-;!-, I' :aw* ai 4)r,'. I 1.
J)W 1 >rali I i M.I*# ri ,!- ri ,bit nitLin

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!iillinm ,olinsoll & Son.


HEATING


- STOVES,


$ .2 { I.,:


GREATEST A




Sale of Ladies


kND CHEAPEST


aud


Childr en's


A I.22 k '.21I I t 0., 11II 2lit,
1213a;i, I I N.- 4 2 -

.1. 211, 1 11 ('up e ii
Inaill IieNov., 1, i:.,-12 $ '-
110 Hi -inld f.,f4 em[4t',ir.- 121%

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WTBAT'S exactly what it is' Two Thousand Choice Garments are
ready for you CorLet Covers. Chemisps Gowns. Drawerq and
Skirts You CANNOT POSSIBLY BUY the Cottons and Trimmings for
near the Cost of these Finished Garments' And they're made juis ap
you'd have made them--same care exactly 'I they're ample in evary
way; no skimping and at just about half the average wholesale cost.


Lo t i


10 Ci


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t uy well-made full size ;. m nls for 10 Cents.


I?


c..'i -.. .ir, opportunity our people have r.cvr Fccn.


- Lot


25 Li:~.


Lot 4


Lot 5



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1;2 H. iI. HI RT -N.
ll'pit.i ) Clerk.

TAE CRUCIFIXION
OF PHILIP STRONG


COOKING STOVES


A LL PRICES.


!Uilliam 3oljion &* Son.


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14Wa-I --s tumWW -w the crew of said V--s-I. J. m2 %I N.1-,-;1 rIflme'e viiql HAl0..
BY REV. (CHAS. N1. 'SHELDON Toorder I P* :I,.. '.t-.'12.. I.- '., o
Foir Sale at C. V. THOMI'P4)N'M. I[I R1.'Cta,.'A 2'i%'1K'-2:-.f -
'11) outhb Palafox. lo ~- ~.. i oI.- 2 1"" A,- ~IM

4'tIlA; W N,jP1'I4U1Pi co-w of 'aid 4.l.RtN. r''.'-A S" ,'i .'--'.rte n422 2
N EI'1'IhER the captain, ownor' 'W.% L.-WI t t11W?. & k- .I tjtflii'. .-'' -rrv v... f. tz.-*4 ,f1f la-
nor coaslanti.'g of the Br*,t- C-Pri-i 4r.."-s. 7fit t:(2 '. V' -, -' !"j 7 "I-.i ,r
1i %% alrna.itiiswill be re- Inirne4hIihSlit-.. tred'an place. your
sponsilbe for debt. oonstract- 2insurance A lb aiturahw-. oif promnpt PAY-
ed by the crew of said I'.I I hav -a 'very large assortment of:- tm-nI 20in '.':12 of 2o%A,.
JoHm A'.9D3RSo2V, flamtindWnili.anti will at..il .a,....IFor (iths-r nrforinatlionz.. U !-i'~tsor call


-UNDERWEAR!-


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$1.00.

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


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. 7


0


V


Mother's

Friend


will do for every woman what it did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above lt-
ter. Not to use it during pregnancy i a
mistake to be paid for in pain and suSeria .
Moer's Friend equips the patient with a
strong body and clear trtlect, which ;i
turn are imparted to the child. It relazm
the muscles and allows them to expand. II
relives morning scknes and nervousnm.
it puts all the organs concerned in perfed
condition for the final hour, so that the actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan-
ger of rising or %hrd breasts is altogetha
avoided, and recovery as merely a matter ol
a few days. -
Druggist sell lMothers Friled for a1 bottle.
Tbc Bradficld Rkgulator Co., Atlanta, GLa
S bend for cur free ...u-rated blJok.

FIRST WICG IN HISTORY.


It Un. Worn Is's the- i)nmglimer of
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BRITISH HAD LOST 233

UP TO NOON TUESDAY


A Wife Says:

'"We have four children. With the fihi
three I suffered almost unbearable pains from
12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed undae
the influence of chloroform. I used three
bottles of Mothcr's Friend before our last
:hld came, which
s a strong, fat and
healthy boy, doing '
my housework up
iro within two hours
c.f birth, and suf-

red Ibuttafew hard r/ 1
met is the grand-
est remedy ever(lQ,


A cable dispatch received in this city
from spearman's Camp unaler today's
date, says:
"Ealler holds his po-iticn. Rei:ef ii
certain "
Prefumabiv General EuBier n fighting
again today in uis titrd attempt to re-
iieve Ltdysmitu and aew s o: me great-
est import may arrive at any moment.
Yet there is inUch more doubt than ex-
u.tation, for even if the recoliec:mon of
r,'nerai Bli.er's two disa-trous fai.nres
i'"er 'u-t i i(< u star's were not seen in
t:. i.n-.is or the public, the ihst of
-ua ties pubilistlei toti-ay would be a
-uttient reml.uer '-: thi- tremininous
'lic'u.ties o!t til- tas 11.s i '"- u'jation
S: \aai r.ntz, f'iet key to ti.e o\. er
r it-.% inlle a 1pra:;ewt oritlvy 1r:d ciEal-
..in; a.'l:e llemi-h n.. by inio n ;lian- -I nlli-
1;,- ti.it i;e una Genural \\' : wi, i 1: -
t \ ira .y ; '&iu t.iL .as.
i l-efore General Euller there are t'CV-
erat days of nard tinitting and any at-
tenCI.: it) forecast ine result wou d be
vaiut-i-.s. It based otu vrcedient, wtlcl'L
('an bhaoly be done in war:are. it wou.d
i L'bod i to lie in favr ioi the Boers.
for, apparently, ithe conditions have inot
mnaterally altered since the last Iruit-
It-ss attempt. On the otter hana, tne
Britiusi troops are smiart;ng under de-
seat and %iil unuioulbteaiiv be nurved to
un- er desperate efforts than ever beor*-,
aud if :uriou. gallantry (-an carry Gen-
er:t Bulier tv,-r ite kopj-s llhat tace
hima l,:uiv niitn wil be relieved within
a wo-k buti. -o far. Brtiohi bravery
has itweni, n the main. wstslu-i Iiil-.
It is mnre than lik-iy that (i'neri
J-.arton, at Cuneveiey. may beo ,tronu
4pniougln to aivallnce (ite ltt.n-la andi
ri ii icr va uib e at'sti-tatnee Iroit the
s.au.uieast, whii.e tae b'iea&.uereii garri-
(oun r elt. aecoraing to tte alebst U(1s-
patenes., had been atl.e to create a |p5-
ieutial diversion when (enerai luiler
ha, overcome toe intiala difficulties
which lie in toe ot ij-s Immediate."-
n, rtn ot the Tugeia
'urning iriin the transrendant tn:
Laiiyullthi. tie whni.e war area presents
a scene of Iimportant activity Tne
}' .er attack on tieierai Giatacre's forces.
reported Fet. 7, tizziea out, the artil-
lerv of the burgerr. after shelling the
caiiii. retiring upon te arrival of the
',ritilh reiutforcellentt,. The affair
i.ca.se.y warrants b ein. called a skir.
in isti. Tlte BritiSh caualties were one
muan killed and four wounded.


-- : 's ..il. r.- Ails. r sIh.- l rs.t.
-*' e' a. Thi latest advices from Sterkstroem
aninolnce tnat General Gatacre's -cav-
a rr its ii pur-uit of toe Boers. While
I'.-t ',.,. I'tthlig hba-s re-ulted trolm tins affair, it
.,ana, l-e't-h indicates that the burguers are fully
t lAti t)o the importance of coneentra-
aiall, p ttion which is on tbe verge of owcurraug
tift li. fti iyr toetween the forces of Generals Gataore.
:s',oe'-.-r' t.- r- Keily Kenney and French. and tiey do
lu:.e -1a 3:.ar:- nom teatate to take the aggressive
t,.aii c t.i- Bfi against established positions in ai at-
eciaton .at 1) a~: tempt to thwart it. though itas lbe.iwoed
. a fit t- wr; hsrs titat a scfliciently iarr;e biv s7 ?arNips
d1 now are- tw,, wil. soon be imLas wi a[ Co.stt'nur i. .tIi-
tr-ue tle unmiooosed advance t": it-I. la-
railing arnty when it is ready toW sart.
ltle Tuat it Is toct prepared tor this% uiute-
.-.., ment at prtwent and that ai this a t.v-
a', ,'t at. .|, ', ; ISy -s mer-i, pre.imiuarv to wtuaa w
known a< Lora KoR tert( main ma w e
S' nient i ,-viiiented oy a dislmatch troln
S: Cape Town under date ot i eb 7. alr-
,.a ". _" " fai ioutnciu that the ourector at the traun-
a' :.- : prt wa, advertising for o-i w.igot<
, .... :- and rivers Withitoat those it won(i.
a a ., eHe iion-,e~s to thaint :f <-Arrvtugi ona tnt
a"" -" iv .iA-in ani it mu-t e rte titlih mii;Tr
b!fo!re I. IV T reta&y.
Another pr',:,tu.n ir" is t hraf (rf 1Pra.'
I t -rt- has b :i iv just sanc:!,- n t", !i-
S! ni:a !on' >of' tie- E1 w '.,on.Iti N-o)
niarv., tc -nin Imfu of a tra iop o: o:.*i 11iec
'tir Ce'tli a;:tricr Iat mile Vt,.nly. to pro-
t t' 1 lie i' a ,. tai u T-rs.
I tp.1i11D I i r:t:IT; ei as< to whether
F "a tri M:iatia Lri. r l{;'rt- aniA (i'll-
rt: Kit -:itner tinv- g ue :vo the Modiier
S* tv r ar to "'trorkitro-in


K\-i.ra(;. a:r e C,.i.onv. Fe'-b s. The
I ,, a ..er- ;_et ., a W.At v,_< ,UBsVy 'ae uledi
.... j :, w.t: '.y dite 1 r ati hour eariv thi;
.. ti ii rti:nt ea-twarli -r .ti t' awiclte .'-I'ini
er',aoe.a and westara :r- iin toe tia ,a!
a,.ea' ka6P. a l,"e-p uCti,:er sutap iae, a:ufj
a ..... :.' e ; paying si'elfai aI teiiti n tfo the u;;es o,
ti te Boier' tunst. wnich narep been uuu.
,."t suaiiv active latey Tue Boers noiai a
' Y't 's.-. ',t position hai:wav on [he direct road be.
i, tween R.ns:'erg ani Coiesberg. Tuev
rpI. r she:ied Porter's ni. yesterday ineffect-
I-rt;',': ti.- r4ob a
nA


' a ''. l .l lt) a5 -'ii a- h il ".I i -
."tre- ,t:'.' : l-, O id. k ni :,linl alnd
Fev-el i S -. i. r-. hl,il-. F,-lon-.
('on.t-. 11 ,;-.< ut-. Hil;-.-. Hurn-
tMeald-. Be-it I' i :. e irthi. Dri e- tl,
Pain- *,,,t A,.a-... ():iv a -, ,' i' t

A. It Ai n-hn f, I '.,l:te-'.

1(1; / loUr wi/e one oftt//eo .,.
handsome parlor sw'te.,
f*-^^x 1 ^ ....A __ r- 9


I had Ibrouchi-i- every winter for
*"-:r'- a I'nd no ni -i,1 in ll g:ive ie per-
irn:i:.i t r-Ii-f *ill I be ati to take
il.W MNltit-. l'ouiih Cur. I know it
- the bho- cto'1i2' il- i a\'-- K .' ";' C',rt .'rP. It atiick-
i i>r -, .. u:h-r (,--I croup. azth
* *",. t ip;'" ;: 1 t ,,,; > t ,,d lurf1
*'*itlh---. It i- h," c4:i ilrzs'-i favor-
- re-iedy Ct'tr,- quickly Har-
"i"' Ph:lrin:..-r. John .heboppard. S.


I Baldness

ean be

Cured
ust so long as there s a particle
of vitahtv left in the hair roots. U
The fact that the head is smooth
and stining is no positive proof
that the roots beneath are dead.
Deep down beneath the skin, hair
I roots may yet exist, filled with
latent vitality, and all that is re-
S quired to develop them into a
beautiful head of hair is the faith-
S fl application of the proper agents.
SSeven---m
Sutherland Sisters'
I| preparations furnish the easiest,
w surest and quickest way to ascer-
i tain if there is or is not latent life
beneath a head bare of hair. Why
i not try them?
5& SOLD .v DRUGGISTS.

Wi. ULUMER. Pensacola Florioa,


General Buller Cables a List'
of Casualties.

rIGHT STILL IN PROGRESS

Londonm R-ral| I h;t th- Third At-
t nipt to rtelirvs Latty-ssith Will
lR-Uimit In Great Loss, EI'ves If auc-
c'r.slu', \ which Ih. Nut 4 trialii.
LONDoN, Feb. .-CGeneral Bu'ler has
cabled to the war (thee that the approx-
Imate British t-aohlies t in the fighting
at Potgieters Drift un t, noon Tuesday
are:
Officers, two ki.led and 15 wounded.
Nonoommimsioned offcers and men,
k16 killed and w( guided.
The officerss kiiled were Major John-
soun-myth and Lieutenant Shatto, both
of the Durnam light infantry.
The officers wounded lucinded Colonel
Fitagerald of the Durham light infaz.
ry and Colonel A J. Montgomery of
the Royal artillery and L eutenant Sir
T. A. A. Cunningham of the Rifle
brigade.


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i.(.r.m 'tiA i't cn.la5ul cit-~
I I i a i C iii

I -' a I tal- t wi lh tat
I ~ ~ ~ ~ a ,a I :lal' : Its' a IOtIl
of it 11taf ~ a 1!a~:l III'' t ifIt'li.


~ ~ 2tA 'i t '' r. a' orr 4 it o 4h i t -rfii' I i:,t
If 1w 1.:1 1 ** ii 'i- ,ia t i hit aili'. -I i
1sp l ;:v l :z 1 ph. A (1 i


,'t-. n i o0ibn .s swi-',"o t nothing" zo
pm-chi a., that it,:re r li-o 1 s hackhone
* *Tin!' aa4vy with th. rib tlih t aVwoman
*n1 a i,:l of.-fl'trlait toll'1i:rn l.
lit'. walre iil' ol'Ojin0 n s tor <';Catarrli hthat
C 'oiin fi eruI 'ry.
.A- mn-rcury will ,r,-ly destroy thf.
*" n lo- t -l tfl tal1 d ei c',luIpl-tl-y (lf-
r ,l tl. whllf h -y-% ltem whvl t.lt -
ir it thriurgh til. inulutoui- surfatc'-.
S li. I articl-'l sho ldtit- I I -vl r I. tlIu- (
.\c.plt iIn pre.-riliiiii- fr-tnl r'pitta-
I', Iliysicans. -. th1. dal lai;u, thty
winll do i'. tfi-l fold to tli- o .g id you'II
ca.in poli-,ily V drive- from tliht-I..
Iitll C'- ('tta rl ('Citr,-. itm tilf:'tti'-d
Ity F..1. ('tiChe 'y A: (t,.. Tk"l"el*dtt. .
omtitit i t- O IIe frCull'V. ;ill I- I ;Itk .1!
ititrnitally. aectitt ll,,d ;i l lidti M u-l ,tmrf;lce' oIf" thl-
(" r ,- ht, -tir e %<% s i t L l i- pIlt iii i .
It i-. t;lk'll ints'-riallv aid< i~- nit >.. ill
'I',l<-'do,. tr, d biy Krun.Tg.i t-. pr<<' t ..-,,
p*er l",tr(..
H:AIl'- I -mily Pill- ar- t ,. li '- .
SMI.; <4)YTIt I S.;AS Tt' aI V;:-r in li: it (*fl d o4rT ,' ..
A ak ItH I tt I f (rom II .h TcrvIll.~
.'a1g,nsf" ,itt i ', at t ai ltmi ii- .'vIriII?
lis44' [-TV.
s i ].(1 Ut11 .l ,- -hlq ari d r a>l. lotif It A .'I. ;

S1G(-er l tl-tt iatiT-*-t4 iia w 'f -(nf'ltv 1'i' l an.
V,)r inv KAtl rit dl-l nn, w I"-' r l. ltullr:, tl d !y
I tt.'jar
Thal i% alnqtav. eu,.+l hv th% let'*Tr V:.
Anlt I ko'ow by Iti*" k*-ti <>f that L~ That stme of u. -,ttiort ly il he ia tl i -'i p-111 "
And -o thfvy will for tli- -i,,op was
fit((4d with t et- firt'-t ;illd flarit t.
T'hiis slowp w. --vlt ouit by )N,'-k
Ap now for sale. diisn or raw, r'eadvy ti
'haw. :it his r-staut'anit. ' g'et tli*llo by tl-e plate, tlsien, hmt, I,-
dred, ttbrrel. dray load, wagon laut
or car hlaad. Ow'iir to th-e ru-hi .
bhuin"-- t ile- er vingof rezul ir tnmal-
will ti- isconitiu#-d after thin w-, k.
but -p'ecial ordl-r-' will bh, -*rve-l ;:tt
:1 hl,>ur of thfl < i;:y or niilht.

DonY't myiqf u ffthin in
/'rn'nit'ur" fr /he.t ', /(r/i.s7'-
I f.' il //on 01// fre seen
.J r. fo ,i"'- Fiff Their /pri'es. are low': their
,o/'A-' /is. rotiplete, ( i l', ///Sell !/o, wI/ !t 1/Oi/ I(il


S.-M ItEWAltD.
T''hI- io'ard of Public I nItruict iit 'of
;.<,* tmblus county., lFla.. < 'lT oi- n -
w.4trdl of fifty ilill;ir- fior tht- tr -t.
with evipl-ince, to con'lviict. ,,f ,ily
Ltarty or par,'ti.-, w ho ti;tilii-Iv.
>r'-t-ak into:s -whi ool Iluillhdin br-:.k-
tb+ la.'k-. -ho,,t or break the winlahIw
li~-~. rk.'cks i down fence.-, I:tvv -,
wa;tt'-r clo'et-i w tt* r ii;,e. etc.. ill
;tiny poirtioni of thie cu'i tv.
N. ;. ('iCoK.
S,.(-. :ind Ciounty Sultpe intultIdet.
ltej-I -tn

Furniture at all Prices.
Ve are selling dining room tables
;it b.irgain prices; akl-o st)ve-a. bed-
,prints. iiiattinz-. kitchen safes.andld
kitchen cabinet-t with bread boards,
*'le-t- for tiour. and diiwr-r faor
s itc'hen iten-il- and tablware-.
('ill and examinle them at 0. M.
Pryor-Is Bargain furnituree House.

Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whichever you


lea Perrins


Sauce


The original
WVorcestershire


lamLt of the Spreran(l.
Mr Serjetiinl Spinks. whose name is
wor't'. or lic-kelis. died reent.tltly in
l.G l'-l 11 I s"s Il: |:1;l of the Se'rjealits.
'lih ati.;iits -:,t ":iw former rly nio olio.)-
iIZ:I I!!;*- |,!;vlii-' :of>" thle cOulrt of mrtl-
ini lO l#.:lin hut heir irivilege-t was dlune
Sa\v iv with :I years l.efore the r_'forino
'of thr i II% %'courts inl 1N75 plt an eind to
their oltic. Two juilgs are Ilft w"iho
i llntiit- se'rje lnts. as was customary.
on h'inl appoipintfl to thel b-ich.I bt
St'ri':;mit Spinks "aa< the Jlast man to
e'arit tli' title made faiimous by Mr. Ser-
l'a utn Ihlzfuz.
%ot Romnnllc.
"Your hi'art is col!,." te made ccr'p,'a]"t
Lpaln the niai .do fa:r
She s5inled and turnii l away her head
Ao if she diri not tar..
For it was in a restaurant.
And sie % af '%aitrtss the-r..
And well she knew it rAad *'C',.d heart"
Upon the bill uf fare.
-Baltimore Ame-i an.
Made Grave Charges.
I'ilson-There goes a man who has
made some grave charges against some
of our leading citizens.
ljilson-Who is be?
PiLson Hlie's au undertaker. Ohio
State Journal.
Acknowvledgnme In.
"That's a short titet you are writing to
Laura. Alice."
"Short? In 'leedl it ilI,-uity l.ng I-'nia'ch
fir 4tu 'eut pre'en't.'t." lidin:i:p iis
Jourual.
D)eWitt's Witch Haz-I Salve ;.-
uniieqIIuallhd for pile-, i Ijurie-. aloi
-kin diseases. It is the oriLtiIijl
Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of all
o utin >i trfe-i 14- l-H 5r i' P UI% kr -....A


H. C. HRl:NT.
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....... Pits........ :r t ..iroa nmBaany.
John ShepardS. SKiliin.

THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,First 1atlonal Bank
No. North l'alafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. OF PESSACOLA. FLA.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
V\eiie*a t "iltur-, Violin and i t I l',i ,i-aii DL"I-ipTX-
Lyt-tem ; also ,uitarr. l:Ia .|o anid IaMn i ,0l -ii39. A -m a


WM H. NOWLFS W. A. BOAUNT. F. C. Hl.iN I '.W.K YRR.J


V~U~LF:


CURL D. G.BRF-NI'
i zn::t M.,tI a I a .,a
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of -11 Es - I - 1. -' MIT -


WEEKLY CIIEDULI
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PEN8ACOLA ELECTRIC TEIRMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the LIttlh
Hayou, Palmetto Bench. Warrington, Navy
Sard and Fort Harrancas at
:1:k a. m. arrive at Fort BarrancaN 7:1.5a.ni
1'!:1l a. in.arrive at Fort Harrancas 11 41 a.ni
I :11, p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:45p ri
l::0;i p in. ni'riv itt oi't Hlurrtna ii- I:1.', p i1
3:l.5 p. m. arriv,-at l'o't Barrancas 7:Iip 1n)
s:l u. in. ai -iv' at )ort Harrancas NM:45i Pi
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for PenDS
cola at
7:,i a. m. arrive at Pensacola..... :15 a. n,
II :tl) p. m. arrive at Pensacola...... 11:46 p. m
2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola. ........ -:45 p.ir
.)l1 p In arriv- at i t-,ena'ola 7 .45' p
7:0k) p. nm. arrive at Pensacola 7:45 p m
'm:45 p. m. arrtve at Pensacola ... 9:8) p. n.
*M"tnrlayt only.
In [ efft'-vt lt-c. 1st, I '.P4..
SUNDAY SCHKIDUDK.
lo-ave '.-nitaenoa. Lv Fort Harranoas
Sa.m. lo a. m.
I1 a. ni. 12 m.
I p. i' 21 p. M .
S p.m ni p.m.
Sp. m 5p.m.
p. m. A p.m.
6 p. m. I p. m.
VARK '>OR Wr.F.K DAYS.
lP-nsacola to Fort Harrancas and return 46:
Po-niacola to Navy Yard andi return tv.c
I'ensiaola to Palmetto Beach and return lH
WARE IFOK MONDAY
-4onqsccola to rt Harrancas Navy
N tr,.l atn r,-tu rt .................. ... ... .
"".ns'i>l to Palmetto Beaot and
-" . .. ..4 . .. .. l
^*n r..i:rh,, T*,X aTtr H:l> n. "'


()OPERA USE.

ONE NIGHT ONLY:


MONDAY


FEB. 12.


Tho u-a"V6, ti''it vit- ;1:11 h.f


A JAY FROM


JAYSVILLE.


A rt-gmif -, r~id'e-Spji tts' 1.
Now N11l;it'.

soll-, and


11. 1. nd t



Ppic~es, 101,20O awl 3th.

FIVE NIGHTS:


Feb. () : TUESDAY.: rI.


I I1. t.i! \Y's I IfI IIlKR


w )y. Swedbn Dounmark .ind other F~ur(ap-.in cw.::t triu6.

VWVe-;qileDt- bcn~riAd pon VtP e MIo-k" viiri'tlt- Tf-ni-t. iand their
Obligationis TrikeuPayabl~e at Fort '-D,4 i 1-tir -. r FiftceenDays
after Vassol Arrives therg.
AWSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Counootisa
with which we have a Private Apartment for tissU"s
of Rinitars.


SOLE AGENT FOR


KENTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT ITS NAME IMPLIES
S T HE %


T T I I "I II .L A
I.TRAGER & CO.
DISTILLERS. CINCINNATI.
PROP BANNER DISTiLLERY 5'-"DIST. KY.
L-7


Peter


PETER BEltI,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


-DEKALER IN-


Whikis Wines, Cordials, B er, Etc.,
4f i- t'r t eI l ai' Pipt l ipular iii


3luf Trade a Specialty!
i a-al. F- IPr>;';!'i ly I l. tl ati il Iatl ftCtiton


Ram ,mber the 7-lace.


Bell,


201 East Intendencia Street.


A. 1M. AVERY,
(fheainw to AV"f WOIpWQ. I
IM1FORTYR AND JOBBER tCY




Iromn, Nailst A jn. cnS~w M ill and Stoamh.-a. r~nyppilem. Cooking
mrnJ ;'If.atirng "itoves, Paint. Oils and Wi;Aco-w Glamm,
.4vtev aridTtrwavir-eand lHouse fury. Ip r Goods.




Stitch(A S~tii~ orth:.wptoxiEI:6r7Vii-ce.'C:r .,ny.i-tf'wi4t*Rand
'owtir C r (2 mav, J n'i, '; KP.1 iomine, Jrrnr !-d : ~i rStoo
auw]~r'.WmC~~ A~Cn 'p R,.w FP'Ie fLaz'- WiryarJRvady


Me-' !. RIiroad Ca;,orq


Pe'nsacoia,. Fla.


I" TIE 1BWS' WAlT COLUMIN!


DHINK L )N BEER!


WIN HOP& O.


-triipa'rtt-rs arid Ii-l'iin -


\NEW MU-4l''


Great Specialties!
AI.I. THE IAV-,I'ITES'


Popular Pric(s: 10, 20 ani 30 Cents,

TO-NIGHT,


THiE STRATEGISTS.


Chinese and Japanese

*--Fancy Goods,--
No 31t Mouth Palafs Street.


EndorAse- by all Physician- as the
only Beer ab-solut,-ly free from adul-
teration.
Gen Pfeiffr.F Anant


IL:a u n(Irv ()ile -


I'P ACOLA. FLA


hI1TEI.


&, f -,1 O oWaited to boy il Uadsof hSU M
PENSACOLA. had Firultors, EsyIMbIIII. Lsa
Ir t fin 92ua9t oill 9lnnue AA. -- M-AA


A


BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
" Is adapted for every variety of dish-from Turtle to Beef. from Salmon
to Steaks, to all of which it gives a famous relish."

JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y.



Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

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

S 1) 90oms0 Tol Rent by the Day leek 0o' Ponth. 0 J

311, 312 North Tarragien Streit, Opposite UDio Oiept.
0 -Teiephone 68.-0
S -#---GEO WILSON & CO.,-:-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
S FRESH V.GETABLES REGClVI DAILY. WHOLESALE All RETAIL.
Hit t t,. ltI l. rPensacolaa Florida. .,n'- r.


j101I) PLAYS'.


He Founded Cleveland.
Nearly *$210 in l10 ceut subscriptions
thas been raised in Cleveland for the
purpose of wnautifying the grave of
Moses 'Cleaveland. the founder of the
city. Ti' |il:ian is to buy the property
in whit-li the 'lleavelan:ld fam liy Is
till'rihd aia1 to pl1i':e an iron railing
,nn' d i:l 1t a i1: plant flowers in the plot.
SI.- s .:i\- is in ai il i lontihled cemetery
in < "::ii'i ibury. C '"onn.. which is neg-
,,,.t ,,1 i:1 :I 4' n 1xt,,t i that slieel
"':;.7,. :i ir..n_, thI b l t hl,<1-Oi, -s an:1 1 v ttle
S":I11, 1 I "I.':T !! l :lt 'e ullI einll s* 't1.


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900.


..- D lY- HOMEN EWS NOTES


waardat tre'.- oast affl('.- at rell-oma'.
Fla- inic'apnd -eiaasa. uat i-r.
QMiCX: Pitt HJuldmng. : -ut t; .a19.i-
ISSe atme. up--tai r-.


TIE NEWS PUPLIHI!NG CV.
Torme-invariably in Advance.
Ow i'.r by MaltI
lux Now ths
Ibiw w Mrtt'
Em "ont h
OMwWaaek'.hy tar--r. pr~sa,' Ia- Nt,..8dhsv
TELEPHONE NO. 1ig'.___
Amirtistorg Rates F'urnitu.A d on ApplIcation.


ThnPpa, #44 son M~e wit?, the
MIEWADERTISING COOP
1111111MU10111iag.St. PaIul, Mann.. Whetr
~ adveuseraand ot bet 'ma.
~, Itsad hereestimtes tllme girer..
ur e mseOwf EUURAL.ADVERTISING

?ENRACOLA. FEP'. 9 1SOO.

Tun city -f Selma Iinatito) b e '.n'.
gimtUlat' d Upoiitliofact that a Wii'
toeeret a put)li('. udini~z in tH
city, at a (*'4'.t 4)f $1, '-ha- '-.d
the scllat#-.
A MINI.-TEkiAI. rtl'iak -it iina-d CI%--
omd noot'ariety in a Flb~zi.i-at,,wn r-'
ccutly by ro-quiritia: a h~ii zt.- wL,)%.,-
a party too a marrviLn. cr~t-ijc~ny Ir-
formod by laitu t,, I)i4)ii" -Iis
poort" her ILu-banrd.


largo- and -niail-tirs- a'.-t.,I


in the d iract i,-iiif at-E*'.u riuv~ ta1
(tother [daive-- i i4'ti-r -tAts--;l .at,-
ing U)s *CAtnhhj-Ii lt -i.


aI& kb U Iaa, eg'.' .;(1I iht ('2..*'- '.v.
;uw a'.tb.I i e-fa 'lo.aa. I h1 10,11l' ,\, ,

,isatI' Itie P L,':;.. fta:! .I ftd 'A n8.
free anid ua'nrarilaaa' '.1-'i t'. an '- 2,II 4:.'
will of hal' 1pa-I4;alt' o 1a4l-I. 7 14.II I;&% ',;'
ceime'. r.
'IThe a-tit-iaaaa-- ef lii'- (s-i).''1 t
part%- tat1f II.riaJLJa wit hillIt- 4',% 1a
rauk' Ara t ae r.- [a Va 'uld ',\' I lud
front it- tat'.k- all aii.tihs ja M I," '2
I.Ot s u k Ia IIIttL'ra;i1.a iaIla-
Iiefs ip t tt$e da"'t~atie,1a .f4 'f'.:..1
ttilledCa-n..ear-'. and whi a~are tIt-i+a l'
widelaimg 't li- ltejt.tit-4 V.'!talia'.'a-x:-t
aontead t,: -*-o'kji~too t '.'."Li) U a
ratifs batd I ut ii,.'. fill -,Ila ta:' b a
the party m iii aitaio u -I' ,til'. i' ~
the p#4)a)1#..


Falorida, iIn cottitinit nVwith !HI~i.t
wtatew. ii. aftlu'.t~d lby paaa'ian

&Apite td, -'ruti tiiii h II ir 4iwi,
Private hat el.-?'-t--. aSS V.' 44' ra-~Itio-tiat b
--too faa l-aII'.-tcn'-diiIn baiita-
hooslima ic g-gsad 'at i~r+ed it
Lhoughlet.! m-a- vti,taa .IllaaV.'iu)W
tbena too (jet -P. rhia-' j.v 4'. a1 at mta
priuzatie- atid 'gal thiaa.Lia-Av7e- a.~.i
as III gt-" fathea cqslalv*".POIal-'.
wbere,. Ivy traalitiv intalijit(-a#..' -'.a;,
VOlte'. that V titiIt a top'Ia ':14aa

th" chaatice- sf I i.'jas-55'hi V It--i''
tbem i i aitAll*Iv'.dz'-ra-gairkIa'-d i t lat 1--
wealfart- sof it;, a. coi''inaiitt 44'. ar tisa'

0-liti l)jAte-d 1`ta'44111t1l'' P -it a5t"'t
.alaeratitlni?'.'
It ii'. the r on itacs- Eaf tha pro to,
warn hat'.P-aai 4-1 a'% i-. J4.a-It.lot44=-
&nit and top c'Ling-. .taiid -a-'-i'' I- i-:ata T
or luipirt- (11tin-4a'raltil.aI IIIi-11it lla'! .-t-
tha Iitha- tiiwhai'.: VWald41'l 'Ii c;.It sat
%be r-wi~-at It 1-1 I(: '..: I lwa-s I'list 'i a
prew t'taal is'ad'.t *V a wa'ft- ot I, -'
impruiidt~i:igtllituga'.-.I- 4-'. Ida-tw'. ad by,
frequent ailh islola- i alil wtr1 iaii'.:-



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tuaw~sI h.a..'' s 1.'-! 7...... ,*

Ibemsre Iba1T-I1 T1it-a f.i4~ t9ii'i'- t-

thoewuba4tals-" InA-!, a'lscar C'apmaciy


L.','al fo"an .r~f wPeftiCOa sand r".mmat

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md v a ntus- tot thi- f i r w ind t 1,
uii~rluitLg and praceed-~ed to s4-a-

Mayd and M'. Muuli--r :arrtv'.a-d fr~iam tha-
-it[.I.bduk- p3'r~t-day with 4.1w)1)

THk. HoiaLiES-'.- AN la .'-LieSa1c
tifl'di H",a'. Pa-opli- will '4a -ervict--
Ifi ttta- plez i at '2::t,Pl ia('la('k Sunday
aJtt4-Ylilai. The Lul]tat i- inLi4'tta-d.
Paa-'TPa'N Eip-Th Ifi'art nvin' iIla'
taitta-'.i ft Me n-r-n'ralty a-i-f--iniit
4. M. H.iaiillivdii. t-fer#- Judwi-
Friday ni)-xt.


('EN. (iaw- I ia(,N-'.T I-ctiire to, be
g iva-n at :.n,- aq44-I' 1111U-'- 'tnil ,-
"V#-IIflij ofIfadL. 114 boo. (;-It. JIa ti B
(i'ardion (ilam 'n'- Ld-t 1ha aaf tho-
( ''uif#lda-r~iev .tau~dhae Iiotaira~l1
patironize-d.
MARItil4.4_4-1L- .4'wo
IL'- 4-'1 11,-rIh. 18 '1 I- ,I,# to) it-a#-irs ~
wrk It.. I:... to p tt1, g ,';I IId M a rd,

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,-rt d ttr-t- ar four s 0-w write-" *. f x-\-
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The Non-Irritating

Cathartic


warranting the large outlay of marn-'
taining a i expensive bureau for.
*-ading all the nanscripts submit-
t J.
REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS-COI-
lector Stilwlinn r-eceived a telegram
tlhi- morning from Tallahassee stat-
ing that the republican congre-ssin-
al convention .:n spfcion th-re had
cho-en Hin. J. N. Coomb- of Apa.
lachicula and J. F. H,'rr of K y
West as delegate. to the iationa
c uvention at Philadelphia. and
n')miniat-d Hon. fG. B. Patter-on of
K-y W-est for congress from tt.i, di--
trio'.
G EN. LIE-Mrs. S. A. Moren,.. --c-
retary of the United Daughtr- ,'w
th- Confederacy, hai noatfi, d t!.-
B. ard of Public Instruction that :j
a:-ntl'-man !'as authorized the tf-r
-if a medal to the pupil in grade- 7.
!' and 9 in the public school who)
writer the b--.t composition, in
-chonl. ou G-n. Robert E. L-e. not
to e-xceed four pages of legal cap nor
1-s& than two paw--s The composi-
t'ao.- are to be sent to Gen 0to.
R-e-e not later than May 15.


KLOaNi'IKK. FLA.-Mr. Jame- F.
Pia-rce- ol Klondike was a plea-ant
caller at THE NEWS office th s
imririni. He reports quite a hbomii
in his no-ighb,'orhood. several
northern eniLI have bought lands
there from the Tarble syndicat- and
are building. fencing and preparing
toa put ill crops. Among the invest-
**r- wnio r- now there 11i. roving
t::*-ir property arp S. H Ewalt of
\Varrezi, )0.. who i- building an Iiiaia-
tit'rit a half ni)il- fr. in Klondik-, Itt
L. Moitraiian of Elirlii, IIIll .ad Ma---r-.
-lh,'r and 'l',,aok-r of ('hia. o.
Kl,Andik+- i- haboiit Ia imilo- from
l'.ii-ac-la ,on tli- Nuunez Fenly road.
Till M0I)EIIN %"W %V
( ",,.!ll l l- it-,-lf tia the wO -'lli f,,: f;!
4 ,1. ,' .1, 4 i i-a-aitly 3 '. at,, a- II. i;' l,.4
, .! a;: .A'. fraiiI-rly d ldit' 111 tIl .
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r .. alit.y, -- ruil of iF -I-. .M 'l. I,-'v
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In t1:1. :! ) loiok ,ov ,-r ,h i. x- ,-. v.
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A- u-ual.t tii- regular utriiis i .;tlI -
E ll- .' ,-,.',' a thli e city ,a i 'nA r- 't 1 -
i: ri.1i~a l di (1 quitf- a ii niii )b -r t1i l.iw -
il i ka+r!- coiitiiibuti-d lIr- ly to ti:.
;i' '.- ftiund-. The ;lagg'r gz:iat- II: I!:' -
w:- $75. their, b reing i ax c'-ia- u.0i,
two discharged.
E trl Co'ok, Johnni Ch.l.l, r; a ::.i
W ill' \W illianm-. all colr,-d y\ .ui .-
a'.!,:ar.d With disorde-ly ('.',iiluttt;.
w.,14. 'e:ac'l giv.nt a --va r- t t:a-lt 11,'
by titvir pi-r-nits inl tthei city j ill.
L.,nnii F.'aulk"-. (lihar'g0 I d itl ':,1 -
ri' ::4 fi,,i'-al.l w .aUlpn-. wit- fi.*i k
ilauinch Rl i-;+-ll. l;r,'d with '--
nl:.! 'Ii;.'nk ;trid di-oqdi ly.. w a- f1: .
M h-1l Br'mk. char_* -d witli < it,--
nt1i, i' a,.bl 'e -tr'-,t. wa- |l.t .. a -.
l{ lr-l t I l'aaa r. ha'ti aa wt 444 : -
-, ultl w t- tfit. 1 l a.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best madi-
4. l'a.- '7i ;4l'y lr i .1 :'t ,. .. t..
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Furniture on Credit
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It ll-top 4-.cra-tary va-Pe- -zle;;initIly
HIit-'lhel. a fitc linte o'f ctlina ti e-t-.
ti.tl -verytiliig I co'ntaiined irl a Ii -t-
'l i-- fnrntituir t,,tre- at 0. M. Pryr'
a;tilain i Fulnituret Hou-e.
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
iteported Daily for The News b)
Messrs. A. M. Mosem & Co.
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The Future of



Chl ren

A cild's life may be
blighted by the diseases of
youth, such as Rickets,
which is characterized by
weak bones or crooked
spine, and inability to stand
or walk steadily, or Maras-
mus, that wasting disease
characterized by paleness
and emaciation, or Scrofula,
a constitutional disease of
the glands and neck.


Scofftt's Emulsion
of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo.
phosphite of Lme and Soda will
prevent and cur these diseases
It puppies just the material needed
to form strong bones, rich red
blood and solid flesh. It will also
reach the infant through the moth.
her's milk, and be of the greatest
benefit to both.
At all dru Cgits v i
SCOTT & BOWNE., Chem- :s, N.v York.


Il1AIAP 14f3 iRIWIIP CoL' BLI


Will have plenty on hand in three or four days.
i.O8Reserve your Orders for us. *

MOOG & SI'ERN,

Nos 108 and 110 East Government Street.





Cohen, Friedman & Co's


0 RACKET STORE.


0 0


S-4~GREAT 31ID-WINTER ^-!




CLEAINM AND 0 S OC-TAKIN 8A[!


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


Big Bargains!
IN I';L'r.'.- < H )I8S. -iI.k" .\ND .-'.\'l'iN '.


Big Bargains!
IN I1'.HLFK LININS.. T() I.WE NAIKIN.S. EIV .


Big Bargains!


IN LA.\ li FK-'


I I CAPES AND '.JA('I{.v AN iN\[AlIFS
'TA.\I La(t-N\D'b tIFss:'


Big Bargains!
IN i.IiKSIL.K \N`D BRILIAJNT'INE h..iKJrFS AND) LADIlES
FI.\N NEl1. AN 1) -11 KWA IS'S.

Big Bargains!
I N a F: :NTI L 1K WE LL. SELE('1ED m AM m4 )'rStlE DEPII1ART
MINi': EVERY PAIN 1'.AHANTEED.

Big IBargains!
N VNS I AND ) l1ILDR)IWN 'LI'Ell I N4;;A tt)MEN~
I I I Rl- .\ NIDWI NT FII NI \1 ;R \\EAL.\

Big Bargains5!
IN (Wt M \ILLlNICRN I'EI4\IMENT.
t, 1 'l \V;4 1k j z:'z hat..w 4fi~Ii 8 ..2'i.tt: I t-cla r


Big Bairgniiiis!
IN ('.R:h\l. IA I VIN\." V\ ro- -W1 i'i-. E I RI.IN'r.


COME AND SEE THE GREAT 1'1W.-W-TION.



YWOURS ANXbal "It'faI'I..EA!-;F,

""COHEN, FRIEDMtAN & 00.~
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DENTwAL SURGEON.


Dyspepsia Cure. ";ls"nic

Digests what you eat. I
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A treog Bld Voe MiI-e.
JACKSON, Mis.., Feb. &-Mimss
Is making a strong bid for the in
ment of foreign capital in manufa
ing enterprises. At the session of
senate a concurrent resoiatuon
passed exempting all cotton and wo
factories hereafter established from
action for a period of ten years. A
shows that the measure will pass
house.


I MLMIC.OTCES
8~IO 4L olI E P ROF. CZ WKSKd passes for violin, piano.
s ewstudio 22 West B~elmont str"~S. for as
.Ctu. Mi ss Cawtben's ctiosewatrV~y). Private
*da Ad~w e son a at pu pils rebidence; orcbftt ri and,.
the j" fWW1i. .nieble practaep. lid-if

Poll ofti CW"T WFK4 fh~'p'dC l~ 1~AW~I

ithe can1f Niv'.e .arnis-291p' -r%- r2it- 4 ntpr.'p-r-.y saud 34i-- .VioIVEL0Moreno, ;Vi West U ,ro..or3-.


A Petitil.. May II- Fll.d. -
CIsCINNATI, Feb 8.-Ex Governor W. M(5NE "'1"* L ,.END1).
0. Bradley and W. H. McCoy. as attor- ',4)'NY "T' ,l.>v' 4).N FEROVAl.
neys for Governor Tay.or, and other )r.p,-rty ApplIY to A. A.r. F'i'er, F-hr
building, Palafox -trt-et. .P,4t I
Kentucky state officers went into con-
ference with Judge Tart in chambers at I oans negotiated, 6 to 8 per coat. I
United Sta'es court at noon on the mat- i L Binkley & Daniell. ml3tf
ter of tiling some sort of petition. the
contends or which arue not asyet known. i (A%; AT .Lo. Li -ItE'-r-4 ('l\l ALWAYS H.: OH-
W.ol4t- W.'rt. I.Al NBurEI,-,i. 1 AINEI "Y PAI''-'lV" H VINO0 (JO'1)
:S'tI''TII-'FA HY CALLING f.N WIL-
E-' ANABA. Mich.. Feb. b8.-The Na- LIAMM FISHER., '- 3ol'I'H PALAFI'X;
tional Coopera;.' and Woodenware com-. t -r .
pany pant \mas totally destroyed by v- wl \v.'Ni T< BHiRKR) % MONENI
fir'...t 'l1h"i n .4% i 11Ur1 r' yoU!' prop.rtt. pt a-)
fire at I o'clock this morning. The cureal>itra t.I of tilr-.. buy or s .l rt.a ',-
ori;iu of the fire is not known, although tfae., r.-i.t iprp.-rty of1 ai2y d it is stupos-d to i2ave starred in or near rent- coll, c-.d '" or the engiiuero,.m. Ine I- .. is estimated : ()'"", t i' ur, .aln' CO.
at $'2oJU,'JJ0 ; lnsurait:rc not known, roai. I**ii. 'hat ~ m- iti, -latet. T'"o ev-ryone
%2---29 w hi' hv I t fr.:nm u' w-" ill itenl ,a one-y
A 'ieIlll I I ..ai..' ll.aIinmI."I. w itti t' h'% t'> r u:i%. a I9tls.1 rl-ttf
CHARi.I' r:. N. C, Feb. 8-William:
Truesdale. a negro, was hanged in jail
here this morning for the brutal murder ,i tN ,.'.' .% ice' r:t.r -, rotm z -; it-
of his sweetheart. He had to be carried Jiian iIv. ,.,,o n."In.h rlirhi d. K;d:tes r.-1. to the scaffold. His case had been be. lat,. at1 wt'N r.t -11inont t.S 'ti.*
fore the criminal court twice and the i I' ,l-. .-s ui2t "r tr 1,-..hi.I r,,,,ms
supreme court once. lie protested his I' .>'.. i.nth roniiol ,''n. n;I . a i2'2 l -'
innocence. .* a.th r MfUl+Uau :,I-t(
Mi ilplhi" to I-v I|tHl bill. ------
MEMPHi.- Febol. -Manager Charley .... .*2" *
Frank of the Memphis BAsebal associa- L'"R t -: -"*' --H:. l'rap in rir-t
1 .' Ct>ll i 9 co 9id2t'l9o .1a'. .Me'hutl 21. 2.1il-If
tion has returned from a trip north, the .. -
object of which wa- to secure dates for F u rl'. -,i 22 92 ll lhi'l*.C utl'
games with tue team which will repre- .old ,,n ,11a32y" t.''ii- 11i lAt ai .1 baraii. Tho-.
sent Memphis and s,.me of the big! C'. Wato.,i At o dilttl
league teams, and ne was successtuL .2, ,*
F14 propfriv on l ai:tf-. i-tr'-(f. conita initig
3lliaorily Report Sent It. .'.IV -t,",t,. all rented. ottlce 1 on %."c no
VA.SINGTON, Feb. 8 -The house mi tl""'.A lare-i -.rt1 nt .g ortvestc. ntl
nority report on the Porto Rican tariff -- t
bill was made public today. It ts I c y .i y y termst'.. 1)y b.tho Iiher
signed by all the Democratic members 'Real K*.tat2 1 Agency. 1,. lial"t Wilson, Man-
of the ways and means committee and ger. 24., etiuth Paialox street. I~almi
Representative Newlands, the silver IA N 'IN .
member of that committee.
-... ... -- i AAN'INI.A 'Al1iEMY-ThMis2 ts t.%ikini
FenCers For Automobiles. I a1 llhlv" op9'n'.d t hiir aain in la, iad.viay
at Lib tary hil '. hilldr.-n's l'a-o.. v r
Alt->l)oll' ile~s llust \\';iar f'riders, '. dne'tay and Saturdayy at 3:4;) p. nii.
i' :t is till p ii ,rt1 et o)f :111 on 'liina N lght i a.. l Ir'l- :y at 7 p 1ni. itf
pr!'t.l dil t 9o tlhe' Iit 2 o( 'itivil i' otier
iizIllt. All11 iii:iliin r of atillitlu ilvh s .are ....... ... .
ililu,., tl n its :i l 2- .t".....f)1 1'.2-j..l. '-I.-'.-.-,. or-*.... ..


ir o' i r:1 .-l.*,t l. \ -iti th4i llt ) p:i rt i ir tI i t
s1iof 4 'l.i\. ry. V:2.ion i1.l tIt'i .\ 1! f*'llilh m ullii- hI- of tit "'*lb;;-k lei"
l .l t l0lrl, ;i l.! !l.:>ii<, ,*' o , thl ,r [I: i. b ,,l !i it -l.;ill In r n!; \v-
fuil t, <",- ::;i;, ;lilt"! ,, ili .s w itl l, llt
fell. ','- if .i'r .\;!,'Il 1. l r'%9 T h I, I 'In-


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V ANTE-All kinds of empty quart
whsybottles. 13. A. FRIRDKAN.
n uTvt f


WATTED-Old beer bottl ast Dannbeis-
ser Bros. y2%tt
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A'1 l -l'-I- , ,.,iitlit IIIan liboarde.r. .tl
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'.,~~~~~~~~~ I*'I t. ~ 29922'':24 .1ct 1 ran'.t!*4 0 Jackoon. 'ITerms', *.i.254per montb.

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p2LoilWF R? FOR Fli'NERAIAI4 furni..iisd
rpromi~lotIfvitl )uIquCe4r..PeeiiaAdt'-ii~cI
%Ili%.-; V1.1It'te More'l.-i .313 4 Wp.t (r.tl

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Sand de-aler in Hair Iiool I.H..t% ''I~Ilt
Articlts. Hair oil. etc..3v W. 0(tovrtrmnm.nt
street.

BOERS' CREUSOT GUNS.
They Are Operated I nter Direoriorin
4~IA nI(reustoi Y% r~iuan.


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STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!




DTese doods are all tltis SeasoQ's Buyiqr agd will be U.loaded at argd


Below MTarufacturers' prices


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POLITICAL AIIOUNCEIEXII.
For Sheriff.
I herrihv 11nnnunc' w'-'..ipiit, a. a 'ankidatob
for r..-ellct 24)22to 2 124'"Mett&. of4)h! 2919 1jI'.f kX.-
cambi~a C.'121tv. 1299r291. and itj 2 be'suf-
f -a gt% Sod I n ter4'4t of 2A2)rnIII)vfI1


I herebv 11 nnounco rniv.&#-f a candidate for
24beriff (If E1?aC&mbis ..o~uHIy *at2the. nsuing
selection. .. .1 VAN V'I -T.
Ffir Clerk ouf the Cervis (it Curt.
I h.'r-h v ann'.un.'.' fli%-'..'f a. a candidate
for r---I Petion fas 4:'9'I'14)"9 circuit court
of Fennitubiaa count vat rb 'flU11 q'1t1i'.i
I1191 9a, X I bhv-..UP p9rt(i9f ItI.'h- v-'-r'.
A M2 MCMIL2.AN
Vtor Tax Cooll- el'r.
h.'r-'bv Sannounce nivneI a a a nd1 Sldlatt'
for i e-"'* .'tion 5&4Tax .'.i 2.e-tor -of 2''9t'21t.-
b 9::.11' 21241ask lb.' -uipport of my9
frit'nd, A vo 'utvrs gent'rallv.
A. -H. I1"ALKUHK4RTFP
Vow ,'Tax ('.*I#ci'or.
!i ijar vfrie-i.'rg1.f .1 U9tic" v. H U. Room In

of Em'>..'ba vC.him t' y M I 2" l l.'n-omg n lo"It'd 99


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F~.,ai Seh.o 'I Smapriniewi-n'eaa

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F-or t'uprrinvendientiiiif h'ublic Ifi.
hi Futl *4914.
To r.'2i', V19vto-r-; of211'..22 avw ..i,% 4n:,ir912'
'2.it t .f ptitmeit' fl'.1'Uetifln 89)9 will t'
pit'a.9it-d24toliave' 21he' '.p;99.rt *.f 211'fri.t,i.2
and~ v99t,'r-& g''2-riel 2'v. athe-1.. v 'ill:) e
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C30 M. A&


Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royaft
Patent is the best /IOur that
can be produced by an!,
mill.
Forget .lie .ot is one ot
the best Ireekfast Foodi on
the market.
.1/1 made !by The 0. E.
Stiird- 11/ill ( o. Ianld /ir
sale / .Yew Or/ltansv (;,-
cery (Co.

Phone /. PMr/eo.


F AVOITE


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES

-I:- AT-

The Well-Known.

Up-to-Date Store

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HENTZ & CO.,


THE


For Sale.
Series Sa e. lVill completee
'ali. practically new, tov
oeth er ivith. two-story build'
"u4 .1 hiby 1.2 feet with new
i, lvanized stfel roof. Filer
(I Stowell MAichinery. Ca-
facity ti. enty-five to thirty
thousand feet per day.
liargain for rioht, party.
O('wner gone out of manau-
fart ring business reason
for selling. For particu-
lars write.
Ili[- LEE IMDANIELL.


H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer

PHONE 172
Fr."-ili T !- fe an(id Nativ. M. ,
( 'hii<-kan. arid (Couitry
irofluc'e Daily.

Shop, Rear c( Johnson & son's Store
INTFNDENCIA TREFT.


HmI RIDP M IAMl I p1


--- 105 S. Palafox Street. uuu.I u U.


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a 14*% W9.9.:146.1 2 .. 14 9921'1::


.-120-122-(e


F. E. BRAR'S E. Govinment Street,
TELEPHONE 261.


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