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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 7


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


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,ii R,-pubtl.-,t s Po 1t T.i inhumRa..
: TA..I.AtHA_-Er, F.a., Feb. 9 The
.11 Repubiictu convention of the First
h.. congresaioual district was called to
- order at 4 p m Thursday. J N.
Coa >mlis of Apalacnitola. F.a and John
F1 Herr were elected de.t-gates to tue
-" national convention All are for Mc-
Kinicy Hessolutionq indorsitng ine Mc-
kiuiev a-.amintiitrat:on in every pvar;ico-
I, were euthus.a-ticaiiy u.iu: tvd.


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1:_t- 1' h ve-' -,b-cri1 t $-,'t r t.
-x.;-,4 I I tu (St- ail ed antil iuursi bi'
no ii 'hs'in t-n Iscarsi the XWn-eimg ''.u
J in -71 A- mirm,'.'ata'ou Sly:, tI!-ILEal
2L5' W i-,i(' are- -tomg we..
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1 ';i i J i' A\' I.. M .til:.-,u Feb.
14 A itW:s' .' aba .sit 1.'- au nliners hais,
since Monday last, be-n preventing the
nA rve.ttin of nsugr cane T'i- move-
ment is extending and trooDs have been
sent in all directions. An infantry post
ot -'5 men was atta,-ked and tired on its
a.8,aia>intL, killing nine men and wound-
lug 14
lirittish S-s.amenshili Ashore.
CArP HENRY, Va., Feb. 9 -The
weather bureau office at Kitty Hawk.
N. C., reports the British steamship
Honiton ashore 21' m:lcA south of Paul-
wfamie,'s Hills, N. C. The crew of the
Kittv Hawk and Paulgamiel's Hills
litesaving stations have gone to her as-
sistance.
John Collins Has Valled.
NEW YORK, Feb. 9.-The failure of
John Colins was announced at the
opening of the Cotton Exchange today.
Wlr C Illum said that his obligations are
not extensive and that h- is prepared to
meet all his bills as they are presented.
I) uiirr:raim (<'"il-ed to Meet.
WASTINoTON. Feb. 9 -A meeting of
the Democratic national congressional
committee has been called for tomorrow
nighr for the purpose of electing a
bhairnman and oiler oihctrs of the or-
gan nation.
MimaLtpr trtmUi- .Arreveba
NEW YoRK, Feb. 9 Oscar B.
otrauss, United States minister to Tur-
key. has arrived in New York on leave
of absence. During his stay here tne
minister will make an exianoerive re-
port and confe at l-ngth wita the stare
dep rtment regarding several important
que ioas regarding tee relations of bhe
United states with Turkey.
A Itatpirt t or .mti cs Wright.
Nrw O im.EANs.Feb 9 -Sam Wright,
a negro. was to .have been hanged in
Gretna, opposite New Orleans, today.
for attempted assau t on Christina Gas-
senberger, a 6 year-old child. Judge
Par.ange of the United States circuit
court. however, has granted an aspeal
nud toe ca-e will go to tae United
states supreme cour-..
II -nrv M. maiili-y Itatt-r.
I .ONON. Feb N -It is announced
today that Sir Henry M. Stanley. the
African explorer, aud Liberal Unionist
member of parliament fur Norsk Lam-
bttil. who was taken sudden.y ill with
gtastriti in nse house of commons Wed-
nesday night and wno was thought to
bt in a serious condition, has now prao-
ticaily recovered.
I had dtyspp-at foir yiar-. No
n '-dicinle- w-,s s-) tT. ctf v. s;- K; .di'i
ly-ppsilC ('urt-. It ive iiamediu :ate-
ri-',f. Two hobttl.- produced tiar-
v.-:, re-tults." write- L. H. War-
rtn. AlIbant y. W i- It ldiLr.-t w ::lit
v,,t1you F't .!t:e at f ill to ctire..
IHa-i;ti'.i PI13 llmacvy. Jotiu 1Sheppard.
K. Kahn.

lThe will he a regular
III\ t n 1 in o4f Mt. H]lreb I{.
A ('i.anter .i t; ., I M ot1i.


BOKRS CHECK


BULLET'S ADVANCE


His Royal Majesty, Priscus, Their Superior Shell Fire Too


Coming Feb. 27.


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The Ittoal Vac ht II-aring His High-
nlee Will Arrive Iif?' Palafox Wharf
at Hi--h Noon amid I'eiocu% Wll'i
Take ('a pit, ia~aI atE tile('t-mil
of Devils
111. alHi ghtivioP.-; ~ Kn
$4f the lP'*Ti-actola Carnival. will ar-
rive IIre- itt hi5.rh1 noon Feb. 2T. Tl'lief-
glad lidii i.i2. wtaleItIIIouIa't-IIId by

night u fs'114,wA:


Hot for the British.


Butler Ile-cided Not lma Ire-~.4pv Aan e
By That IRoute-'Melhnahld Wilds

C.avair)v Heips lucimto Bace'Il~k
Ilhe Iteersa
LAIN laN. Feb). l.-TL!- puo-'itiol
t akeil bY ( ;it-n. IHILIler 4filt t 1)e-' north
bank of the Tug-ela p~roved ;A ditlicu'ti
one to hold. The regimeplts sfeli
across a,; reiiiforcemieit, went inlt~o
t~ie front litie of tr#maehos, but owing


THE NIVERKIM il. CAI'-LE CO.. to the great strength of thet Hoer's o(in
(organitzdbyand unldersr.-ciaprott.ctiOnof Brakfonteili hills to the left. they
i;' KR40 Al. H It.MIiN -'S PRi 't S--KIN%(. I
itat,-.l at li. Hl hne l:PR al -- laN found it i l)O 'sille to advlaice withI-
To Ye of 'n-o.acenia: out riskinig an iunnecCssary lo-- of
Know all: That thi, lR.iv al Yahit hearing life.
His Hihnteiss m'rscus,. Kin.g, wit arrive at The Boers continued to -lhell thel
, -sir i atit ia;> l il as!. no on tite- _Tti day o)ft
.- "irI. latia. for lti.- purpthe- sf r-.lv day o British po.aitiLon and S-evral of IOg
tokens of allegiance from ahi .obj->-vt%. Toim'cs ihellls burst (on Zwart Iopje-,
Tieretore. i.w it known' That for that day but the Boers could not iget tiMe
all loyal subj.e-t are duir.cted to lay tai(de
all husines. care. anld the ordinary affairs ranIte.
of life. put on gala itttrea and prpar,' to do flT- British gtills po- ted there fail-
homage to your sovereign ed to silence Lon? Toi or tht- tht
it i- expressly commaniid.d that 1(ol the e to ence LoI Tom or tle othet
oce-i-on of thisotfficial visit hilarity. joy masked guns and the Bo -rs coi-
and peace %-hail reign supre-mne. tu-li-ring tinued to work their Norl-enfeld -,
uilt) your city ail era of r-naw--ud pra-perty on l the British infantry etr.-i 'cied
ansl happiness. By direction (of
A t.-t: P.,t-c i ,in the hills, the fire bein, very ,e-
E. I- 1-V., KVingb -) lti--> t. vere at tim es.
'.ciettiry (' M.-s. l,,yal H.-rai. Wednesday afternoon (;o.n. iltl-
The kin i will be giveni a royal ler decided not to prI).--- tl. ad-
welcom)l'e by his loyal suibj-cts, who vance by that route.
have planned an elaborate demlino- The transport train in< ve.d back
-tration mto clo,-e with a grin.l Mardi and the infantry retired from Vaul
(ir:is ball. I rauii. T .'ef Boer- r,,t a la'Itg linilli-
Tthe stree-t p:age:nt will be- the -hpr of gtunl- iil po-itioTi lid -iielle-d
in.-t geort-ous f e-r --n I:1 \V.-teVrn the trantisport traiin, th HBritis i a1ti-
Floridla. with maii lifiti'.i t t! I 'at- :tn,! replying, but thtf : iiupfriritvy ao t!he
1iian1yv ulliqi(-ll feattur,-- tnot i ,- ts -t HI er -li f ire i' lde-t!tr l adval -t itl-
-*1 which will b" th, dri!l of t:- posi' -bl,.
I,.vil- commanded v 1i0 :1at ,nC tiFen. McD0na!d'- ,rioi'. ,,r--
M aje-ty in per-oti. w-re too lili K ooid: .f-i...t lit a;til
l-.xc('l ii Nirata-s will bh. l.iv,. 1l; buil. a fort at that pi.-!,ti,>n. it: !i-
th,,+ i r.iilra, -..Is f tit l ; a; extr-m-n lv diy ( lli -tilt l,.ii,
A .... < u i o. 1 ,. 1, ] ill!, t,-rllil atill ., t i
A, -..g utla o a0.'CtI. t'..;. -',,it .t t!ei: n-.rrth liink sI tii"
NrwnRit.ity, S. C., Feb. 9 -A sa e of r v, r .:t i t :io. )--t h ('I,,l lI wd- t,-
1,667 bales of cotton hv the Newberry l 0 i:l -t,',oi work- :iro'- t I, ct. 't.
Warehouse company to U. McR. Hi)lmes 8t IT ,,'r at%';vi(a.d ;alo:g, t",-
breaks the record here for the largest t, withi' 'a a Td l.ta s ',f ti .
single transaction in the staple. Eight it -1s l, ti',l ;sit l t ountt, ; wo
cents was paid all round and the sale ii t p1 Itta '> iln gnl lvis-ahl
amounted to upwards or $63,000. i',,i t:. .tiphtin. t['le-v alo hole;d a
10- ,1!# r (1';[ft tlhrf-v aile- to the w ,- t-
Sint,- convention n Ordere t. w;rd.
,Blod M1i t'ttn- sent ;1 l;irg.e for'
(' I i. MBiAS. C., Feb. 9 A fn im eet. ,f a vir, r a ,tl tw o hors latt.tli -ns
ing oa the state Republican executive ul(Idr tlG-ln. lHabitngton to -urrotiuid
cotnzi'ittee here ordered a state convene. ti" ,l+ rc.
tin, t oe,'.ct delegates to meet March 2)'. N, xt morning hi e found t(l it the
SisI,:-nl McKituley wa- strronglyv in- '.r- iat ti l.-d from thie lower drift
ir-a-.l by rte,.u':itn. c., was uis admiu tbut ,ill occupied tlit- lill, whicl
-:; .A t.1helv'' :o l.s. left when' they s,.t th- l l lt-
--i force "approavhinLt. Habhingtoni


Tt.. k -' "'- S* n il I v w -i.
WAIisu`IoIN F.--. 9 -S-a-or Nel-
son today iutrou('ed ant ameuiment to
the currency bill ermititug the organ!-
za'.ttr; o0 0 atiLnai banks in towns of
4.0 0 itnhAhiauts and over with a capi-
tal ,f (..,,J- ).
110 A-t ----- tIIcao I.
liH.i?'n.g on 'la lth CiLatle' illlt.
WAsHIN(To'N. Feb .9 -The senate
Cubnu committee today granted a hear-
in. on the bill authorizing the construc-
tirn of a cable by the Cmnrnercial Cabse
coiu.pinaln between the United States
and Cuba
~,aS< i e.s l raopi llu nlll'c.
La,.M)'>. Feb. 9.-A specIal dispatch
from Cairo says the mutiny of onda.n-
Pse troops at Khartoum has assumed se-
rious proportions and is causing great
anxiety.
An Editor's Life Saved I)y Chanmber-
lailln' Ctl i u It nlledy.
During thie early part of Octa her.
I";,a. I contracted a baJd 'cold which
s ttlf d oAbn im luitis atnd wa. 1T -
l-ect-di unti! I ft-ared thatt caii-titilp-
tion had 'appeared in an incipient
4tate. I w~ts con-tatitly cotii zhinh L
:ind trIr init to expel- .'.o- l thiln which
I could noat. I het-alne al:rin'-d aind
;ift,'r irivini r th. local doctor a trial
bought ta hoittl,, of Chatle-ilaitn'
oL',uirh l I-p.Ady and th'- I'l-'lt wIa-
iitllediate improvement. tatl alte-r
I had used three bottle- mlly tlunil
were resto)repd to their healthy -:at-.
-B S. EDl'WAHI')-. Publi-hir of 'lihe
R-view. Wyatt, Ill. For -al, lby
Hiannah Br)s. 21 S. Palafox -tre'e-t.

Itinanar-k'a Ir.an Nerve
Wa:s the re-ult of hi- splendid
Ijealth. Indoi,.itabl- will and tre-
iendotus etnlergy are tnot floulnd
where Stomiach. Live+r. Kidnetr and
Biwe-l air out of order. If you
wAtit tho-li qualities iand tlah "uct e---
theyv bring. u-- Dr. King'- Ne-w Life
Pillf. Tl'ly develo-p ev ry powe-r of
brain and body. (Only I'25c at W. A.
I)DAlleihert'ts dru2 -tore.-.

Shelf Ha-rdware and H ue-htol.,l
('onventiences in great v.iritety -it
rock boitttoma price-,. at I-aac-'. cr-
tnr Palafox and Rom,.n.ia. 7f-tf

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our house. We have.
,t larie a-o)rtliment of Citlc'hes. Bed
L.otiinges. Toiilet Mets and Bedrootn
Suitet-. Iron lledsteads a:t 4 tip.
0. M. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furniture House.
Iffy PiAeninp nip m i MJi-irf-


v' gorot -.v -l lled t ,i-n .- tt,'v
ils'.'d.

'l liE: INTI('KY WAlt.
Troutl (' M y i',ollow Atemipt to Ar.
rest Ii'gi-latluri.
LM> >N. IN vy., Flei. 1a -T-he -ce-
z,1 [&t--at-arms of tht. ho)ua. aind
e-inatt left here on t-he north houitnd
train thi morning with warrant< toe
ari e-t ab-ent democratic members of
booth lilusews of the legi-lattre--.
Trouble miay result from this .action.
FKANK IFoRT. Feb. 10.- Indication-
that G)overnor Taylor will inot -ignl
tlhe peace protocol are L'ro)winTi more(
apparent Rtepu)blicans here declare,
tltt at lt l t li ha-I 1plaintly the- vwill-
nitl1 h lh:ttii axld will i no(t yield t!,e
-ave-i l ri,- ip. i.

TIK.NSVA.L IMEi.II ION.

.S- nataor Allen's Iesolutiion Adaopted
To-D)ay.
W A.\- I1Ni'I'.N, F.-b. a1) -No o-i))j-'c-
tiorn iheing m ade the- considerationi of
Senator All-Tn'sre-olution foar media-
tion in the Transvaal war wa.i taken
up to-day with only a d'zen senators
pre-ent. llefor)e aniyoni, realized it.
the re--lutioin was put to a vote and
adoptie-d.
S.-ito,: Pe]tttus dsn-iand(ed the y-;as
thil n:lys. bhut as the resolution had
beeu declared adopted Senator Al-
lunl oje-cted. The chair su-taitied
himn baut asked senator Allen to pre-
mIit a vote to be recorded and let the
resolution go over. Sentato)r Allen
('co i tedl.

BOY'S PRESENCE OF MIND.
Saves His M.'th~ier *rid Sisters, bill
ih,-,- II 0 OwnL I'lr.
HELFNA. Ala Feb 9 -While Mrs.
James Sicki -s. her son Dump and two
httle daugh-ers were returning home
on foe t ;.orm tue tuueras of her eldest
daughter, they w-ri overtakien by the
fat sauu:nbound mail train on the Lonis-
vil e and Nashv:iie rai.road on a high
trestle near Tact)n.
With rare re essence of minu the boy.
who was oniy 15 years o d. swung his
mother and miaters down to one of the
cross sills under the track, but before
he cou.d save himself the train was
upon him and mangled him to pieces in
sight of his horror stricken relatives.
The latter, clutching to the timbers,
escaped in sa ety.
Small Cotton Area I'rged.
MoBILE, Feb. 9.-The Daily Regis-


,,r ti tt i utiwU In" ATItig III .u~tivatiug
mIAIi OA)i~A ILa iai Its c, iup.tred uiv a
.arge cropt, urges. thin tuit4 pianters re
Ir~iia trow overcropp III nextiI Oaliu, 5
they seemu disposed to do.

.*A.1 GEN. LAw IoN,
B )41v Laid to Rtest With Malitiaw)


WASI.NOroN, Feb 9.-Major Henry
W. Lawton was buried today in the
National cemetery at Arlingtin. The
services at the grave were preceded by
those at the Church of the Covenant in
this city, where Presuient H. M Stryker
of Hi-iltoun college. New York, deliv-
ered A funeral oration that has seldom
h)en equa.llel in beauty of expression.
nor coulhi it iave been in more perfect
ac'word with 'uie )pir.t of ihe soeema o0o-
uoaion that caed it forth
Never in tue history of the capital ba
there been a more representative lgath-
ering of toe nation's official life to pay
a last tribute to he nation's honored
dead. N mark of military pomp and
ceremony v tnai 'e regulatii.ns could pro-
vide was wanting to render the oca-
siou so.enn and impressive.
Nearly all the available troops of the
regular and military remaining in this
country were called out. Three ton-u
sand men, infantry. cavalry and ar-
tillery, tolowed the flag draped oaisonu
to the graves.
Buat mere official formulae were
dwarfed beside the deep popular demon-
stration that the burial of she dead sol-
dtier cal ed forth. Every department of
the government paid its official tribute.
The president and his cabinet, repoe-
sentatives of the supreme court, of she
house and senate and of the army and
navy, .til combined to filed the darkened
church to its utmost.
Eut these official representatives of
the people were lost in the great crowds
that surrounded the church and lined
the streets aming which the procession
passed.
Lawvton an Ideal foldtir.


LIwtou was to the people an ideal
Atneric.an ,'l'e r. wihnoe cx:iouits inll
thri e warp iul;ale hiii name a nionenold
%w rl, and wv.ho, b'iug a si,,dier fir.t and
r l.y. thingg to his chuidreii but the neritage
ut an d ionoret Iln.ile.
I, wai in tribute to this soliter's ideal
that Anericau g.-:iroaisty for week
past had vweit',il -'Tue L"wtn Fund"
bevywid all exi)ectation of irs oritminators,
at:d in furt n-r tribute today that the
great ontpsur' :g of citizetnl thlied th3
-trvets long before the hour when the
a-rvires at the eiurcen or the Covenant
were to coiuiltenoe o-er the hero whose
retiains had la in state under iuilitary
:u.trt trougiuoutt the sent watches of
Lth*i ni nlt.
S oft lights lamured above the chancel
wtiere flowers were piled railing high.
whiie aih casket was buried beneath a
loa., of roxss. lilies and whit carns-
LionU that uverflowed their narrow rest-
Ing place and ftil tn a pertnined ava-
lan,,_e to tile flor.
Slf. jouar,-ciaTairvYmeu frmu Law.-
ton'* old coini tild -sto Id at eacu end
of the 'atia.qu, s leunt and mioionleas
aj Uniftrrtuelii statute' and the hu-u of
'the e..,nt church was broken onmy by
thie soft tread of those whoPeutered with
bowed haiads to pay their last silent
tribute. to the bravo.
Prrotdi -nt o, niliI v airly.
President McKinley was among the
early comersr. ac'ompanied by the seo-
rotary of war They came to thechurch
with Adju;ant generall Corbmn, who,
assisted by Colonel Bangham. had
charge of the official arrangements.
Ti'n secretary of the navy, the secretary
of the interior, the attorney general and
secretary of agriculture were also there.
The supreme court was represented
by Cnief Justice Fuller and several of
toe aswsocate Justti:es. Admiral Dewey
is absent from Washington, but was
AfpTsented by (aptain A S Bark-er.
E -Secretary Alger was also f'rpseni by
proxy. having sent from Michigan Mr.
Vict Nr M -eIi hIl secretary while in the
war department, who brought a great
wreath of flowers for the already over-
laden casket.
The military committees of both house
and senate were preseut as well as all
the senators and meinbers who could
gain ac-ess to the church Army and
navysofficers in uniform filled moot of
the forward pew% and a nressof citizens
stood up at tne rear and in the wide
vestibue beyond the doors
Tne Presbyterian lnrial service was
read by Rev. Tennis Hamlin, pastor of
the church. and President stryker then
delivered the oration.
Ca.vairy The casket. iightened of pest of its
burden of flowers, was lifted to the
shoulder* of troopers. irne down the
aise to the street. past tne great crowd
outside and raised to the caisson wait-
ing at the door.
The waiting ranks of cavalry moved
forward and closed about it as a guard
of honor. O rders flung from rank to
raok down toe crowded avenue brought
troop after troop and platoon after
platoon wheeling into line
Then. with a rumble of wheels and
clash of trace chains, field and siege
batteries joined the procession, and the
hero of three ware moved on his last
inarch to his final resting place on the
Virginia hillside beyond the Potomac.
TO) THIEF PUBLIC.
I have ju-t received a fir,,- ,'t ,,f
all kinds of c'aridi,- and --Ali t!-t' ti at
very reasoa1ble- price's.
M. M. Lsar e. .', cn t- prer pti.nd.
Chocolate Droi-i. 21 e-i- Lpr'
pound.
Multai, Mix'-d. poiund- f-r 2i,
cit-.
All Faiicy Mix, d C(tlidy. te' ho -t
-ev-,r brou)ti tit to P't-ii-e coia.ti i oc it-
pp-r pound. Call and ,-pc for your-
I .lf


\EU' WORK


BY BJY Bj L31


Interesting Report From Busi-
ness Agent of Carpenters.


Intmers % Witlh C'. P. 'arker Abvue
I''eiiantla'H Sky H-rAper Olke
llintildi, g-New Builklinxcm and H*-
p.sir Airk Iteini Ione I by Ustow


f- .r C. k. j'inn 'iI H a -treeS.


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CARNIVAL KING


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Worknimn.
.Nles-rs. Watt- A L.,- i- are build-
ifig a ietat cotta.;t- for Jo,-ph Licata
'n D)evilliers -.,r.et iiear Romana.
Wolkinen :at Langtlord'. -hip yard
have launched th;'- two lighter
which they have ina,.:rlv completed
atilI have' -tarted to build two more.
nI Olln carp mitt-r-- Iaive neatly re-
paired th.d il*llinig .at 2:;l Weet Ro-
tmaia street.
Those. I. Ti urtr r'l-ie-f train diq-
patcher f- r thisd.!vi-iion of thei L. A
N. I. It.. i- havinl- a be.ttaitifil little
two-story re-id,,cve, r.rct#ed on North
Hill, corner ,f ':alafox and Detolo
.atreetai. M. J. ('lark has the con-
tract.
The -tore rooi, f<'rmerly occupied
by C. H. Turner at ;4 South Palafox
- Rader Furnitiure CO., al-o a nest
-table and wagon -hed for the same
firl. Mr. J. 1). ltendall had the
contract. Mr. Ja< McHugh'v reel-
d-ine i- aomnipl.ete d and Mr. Kendall
and mlnif have bee-nt kiept busy pateb-
inig itiuiierom' roo-fs. t.- past week.
TTh- dwelling bhing built by acrewr
of uniiiii imen at tit- tcornir of Jack-
onll and D)-villier-. -trv#t-t i- 4com-
pl -ted itn l occpit-d.
TlI- W. A. I)'Al liilh rte addition
,ovr WValkt-r' book mtorc- it com-
l itt"d. Tile building will be used
ifr I llioe-. saliu will 1be ocutled by
IDr-. Slinploat., Bruic M'vCreary and
M.1,M IIti>
t, re--idenl' I' Mr-. EK M. An-
dai-n-tin. Tn-lr tfi, !ii'tr rof Palafox
inl t i.id l-di n -trt *t-. wLiiih caught
;1tid Wa-' *C :i-id(lra lily iatinaged by
tir, a to w da.iv- a;:,, iha. been re-
()v- r-d itti -liiii.:l'-. it i-w porch
lput Ioni il front and -v''-rAtl other
caliil tes hlave bee-t liInitl- on the it-
teo.i r. whl ch! i- i 'iarly fini-lih d.
W\Vrk oni thi- nlw additio'i t< the
hta-pital at thi,- co,,rn.-r of ( >rdenit and
ltayle'i> street- i- prolrre--ir.: nicely.
'l'h'h workmi-ia liivr a. ;tlott ',iitpleted
the storinm tieathiin anlit t-hia linig.
Thl above two) j is are oitrac'l of
A. V. (lubbh.
Mr. J. C. (reeni I lihavirni a new
chert Aidewaik put in front off hie
property frim Ilayie street tip Bel-
ii t It* Al'aniz. ti>'On i lip Alcaoni
ahtit half way of t'he- Ilock. Mr. M
K. Ilvil- ,ha1 tie c.,iiontric:. Mr. Da-
vi< ha al ., p)i.t cotinpll-to d (I hand-
-~o'I ;rtrfileial 'otia" prech floor at
thei rt-ar .ot J. A. Walker a- hook store.
('ity Tax C<,llector N.il- McK.
0)- rting h!a-t c oitracted with Earneot
Sthiak, lIford for four f .utr-rooin eot-
t;ii '- to iwe ele.cte-d oit, Eit-t (iadoden
'tr,-.t The work i already pro-
.t#-*-4..ilL rapidly.
Mr. Turner tanA completed the
Wailkr Aiider-a.ni r'-idelice on ja.
liua -treet, betwee-n Palifaix and
H:tylnii tre -t-4. Thi' building la of
haTid-,in, dit--iigln, th material the
be-t in the market, aind tht work-
manat-hiip cannot t lbi- 'x IIleld.
The old school buildumL- on Church
-t ',-* t ha- bhl'n rlemiov' I and turned
int, ait vt-iy d,-irhble -dwIllitrc.
Thl- rnew cottage. of Mr. Mcarrett
Mr.'.,a (li-f to thi-e dwellimi abovt
minl-tin Tied i nearly n'iiia.,ed and
will b" coiplttd ld the ienext tea

Mr. Turner ha-. antise-r r, pair job
uitir way whi.-h t ,A o lKaot Ht-
ii:tria -treet at No. Itl. a'er,tlied Dy
Mr. NS Joyni-r. 'lI'h- rIroof 1- h-ingre-
-lhigile-d al w,-ll a- -, veral other
ti, c,-'ary rep tir .
In :ill iiit,'rview with t'. I'. Parker
th- Potleie d, LpouII htio!t l ai Inten-
di.tTia( street. Mr. l'ark,'r -tat-di that
li'- had closed a d(-lal with H. It. Pitt
for the property juwt north of the
po.to,,fle. Inow occu4('U d i"i t. the Har-
gis pharmacy. J. M. ('o;-'-: b ok-
-tore, Nic Apo,-tle*'- re.-tairant. TwlI
DAILY Ni..ws anid HI.. r. Vite'P lob,
printing plant. an;d that th intended
toa e:;e-t a 'ix--taory t*..-l and brick
buildings, with all the- modern con-
velnii-nc--, to be light-d with elec-
tricity from it- ownl plant, to have
hot and cold wate-r it every room.
with two pa;s-n''-ger ,I vatore aod
'on' freight el--vaitor. I he- building
i, to be. N f t'' front antd li, ade-ep.
'Th re- will ,e- c,.r p'trat.ive-ly little
e:lrp. at-r work atboulit thi, tlu ldinr.
The- n :tet-ri tl prmin;ipally l i-e-d will
be' -te-e-l, > ri-k. l t in e v'.
Mr. i'ir ke-r -aiIt l- woulhi [,le corn-
;e-ll a1 to hrinji w,|rkrn-ir, re to do
the irn work.' rilt tC'- '-.rpfenter
work tie iitn.i'Jerl to ive- ** the Pen-
-a'l unionLil tii ri.
It ;st r;.-r. frtn r,- Uk that he
:nt-t hav hd -;,,-n,- -..\; ria-nIe with
oil- noInmafi tl'-a 4. i-anl iis' ',,t want
t ,' t,-, t. tr i t'.-d witt. -t lt o'f uO -

if'" fourth* r :tt'., t'" at was
ha- artily in -yrnI;ai: t.y w' **r, anizzd
1.0 > ,r. W ,-,m > !I ,.'* l.,il tw t ',,fome
ri:, y r ,ore- -.n'i- i;.t t' sur city
M r. J. M I "r:, 1 ,- ',I.; lt-t ,'l *'..
'i, dutiful tw..--t-.ry adw-lling for Mrs.
tfTnrv \Vr:.'tt n rI a-t Iitegaory


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Being



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Upon the



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at Nearly



Halft Price



Underwear,

Hosiery,

Handkerchiefs,

Shirts,

Suspenders,

Neckwear, Etc.

at less than


LEVY POU


CO.


W9-511 S. PALAFiX s.




GRAND SALE

-OF-











-FOR-


o t 46,/A ft DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


PETITIONS WILL BE FILED.
CommIel For K-usucky R pubiliamI
at Ci-cinmnti.
xciNCINATi, Feb. 90-Former Go"
ernor Bradiey and other counsel from
Kentucky wcrk-ed nearly all night on
their petitions wuich are to be neard
before Judge Taft in the i'nited States
circuit court of aLpeats next Monday
tern .on
Tnes- attorneys refuse to give out
their petitions for punoiiation, but it
waMS larn-d on gKou aUtnority that
there have been two petitions prepared
to be tilled next Monday. Governor
Hratiley was emphatic in stating tnat
the Ietitions in no wife affected either
Governor Taylor or Lieutenant Gov-
ernor Marshaii and therefore would not
:n any manner conficta with the pend-
ing conferences for an agreement.
The first petition is one in which the
Republican state officers orner than
governor and lieutenant governor pray
,or an order restraining Democratic
coats-stants from further interfering
with the plaintiffs in the performance
of their sworn duties.
The petition recites how the returns
from the 119 county boards of elections
showed that they were elected, and how
the state board of elections in canvasa-
ing the returns confirmed their election.
The second petition is brought in be-
half of citizens of Louisville and other
parts of Kentucky against the state
board of election commissioners, to re-
strain said board from further interfer.
ing with the government of the com.
monwealth. and it sets forth at great
length the facts in connection with the
election of !ast November and the dis.
turbances to busiiOes and the best in-
terests of the comminvwealth that have
been brought about "through the efforts
of contestants to reverse the result of
faid elie('tion."
The petitions are sai to be the long-
est that have ever bien prepared for
fling in the courts here.
EX-CUTIVE SESSION HELD.
Republi ans at L rla, in PLA.t to I:r'to g
In Abhel mI e.


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IS


Blood Poison,,
Those who have never I ini Blon.! Pol.
son vaun not know what a d ''-t.r:r t a von.-
dit in it can prjd :we. Ti'iis rerribid
dii-ease whiioh the d4,'(t.ors are totall-
unable to cu-:e. is ('(iiiM1r1 ieat,,d fro:-.
one generation to anotL.'r. inllicting itq
tainit upon countilt-ta inri~iov-',t 4I ot-t.
4',.n4 ye~a rA &aTo I~i-i %414.'!I..1wit,'tpv4o
t r iturm-. wit'*ii myJoy L.t cwi ,-i'.tAJLu
t:,.:.,. 'i -- !.tip ad.'%%a,.
UT)4 :44 h4- fearrul 1)441. .q
k-i'-i'.i':gy":ir- I a.Uf-
v~a.- ~ niiewr-. .~
aiid ui,,r'. froui ith :.i t.)
14i.41. & nip Ri l a?! :z.a .t4'
,, w o -i t i'*Lringti~r i a.-..tt long 4.
v-Rr. .itI ?retmi'n Si t
oaIphyivi:'ai"1 !411i'"
"i tyIreate'l 114"..,it :li.!I .
fi-rrv and po'ttlAch-e'rnieul to add fuel1 to the
% 11 ]tnni -'u 111teih %%a-s, evi )i v.i Ur; v_- In e. I wAr
adivt'.e'4t v fro'rtd- vwip, i:s. -# i iiwonderf'i.I
cur-? ni- 151"Iv it. 1to 4rv if 44-'%-.('ilic W
mr br'a4:%-h'ni' !44r Ii. ii 4:,hATa)Iiii -4
&a;.i in. I 1111 '-44v4'4I hr.!4i~i :w -art. anti a(,n
p.Itl, and.1 o.r''-et tvii,- 1),-'r#-ti ft. 14 S.
I-144 th., e i N 1).od relzilwdi v.'-,:i ithpe- deS
pe ra to, e&$it-. 4.N11I T\. I19.F.
SAw* !i.~ir:y.. Ala.
Of the many bloodA reint'al-s. S S'.
i-. 01'. only ('ne wlioih 0:111 1U-ieli bi'i
ecirit per-fi't ly ull ':111dtr 1,11"i
the reach of oth.'i renit'dio'.4


IS Pt'! I'LY Vva;E r lOX. andit ;thle nly
lii41riiiitly 111ri-ratt.4d 1 0' 411:1ill fno
ni~''i ranoe-l. i 4'1'fl-, rt .:iff


L 's. Ky., F:e. s- It waq a- UNIVERSiTY :N FINE SHAPE.


parent this morning ni't the pr, -. -1.
oigi in :h- .ei oa;;ore tolay will vary
from the p'-rfur:cirv sessions ot the
past two days. The senate wl:l Ileet in
ex(ecutivo sessionn at noon i',ie senia-


Iag.Atte'aitoe,t' .- f :al~i.''i~iI

0~.~Aia e -T Ui
qerI' y ut A,;' I -L ai' 4t.Iilovv ii: L, greater
degree (I ..fr 'peri'y than e-ver 1letori- in


t4.rs ziu-f,,-e to Ucus, rae ru1'"afor We r ts tis.orv f-.1)1fTears Itnox has 24l5it)
-i-r: '4~1,fl .fl~4'fl.4 1) :rrnoane tile ', iterarv


iii, otth- I. u-. ctoodaround
r. t Ie rr'-' t u, ii.4 ,,r n InuE: ta ihi;iin;:
'u'e"!Y aiiti*gl *;. tInt -!vt!'aof the 1.ro)ta-
-'it il aseiion
W1 t: L I)i r.p,
1% v. t*4 v'I yti Lt ,I d Il
V.v. I *r. r.i ,, j hon to lay.
V 14 ci .. t u~nr I ii', 'unr sl. Vt
:'e.'" a-+. g*i4v a t\. Il:emter.S Wi.li


wl..! 4 *~- .i -11'1) !tv,~.


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14:1% oIn ~ 4'.'n i,vl teli ILIIIiti' x-
(AI. i- I' ,! a itI4tw d'-r coattre C.r.I.sWa-,
I L ITh i- 1.v-t" di!rteo irig ,f-tr ilt~s w ri A

eV.0117;1041 Cr S, An' uC Int.- 1.
,ifr I .oI ;'I '-- r441 .,'-4I -:rr'iI-mv Io,'.
r.', -t teo~e L0't' W44eat Uxit i s, near
Li.t'olii0's His: Ft-c.


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We've got the


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iflstitult(tiunis Iprowitil- A ir.itify-r ,.
!1%tlirmis il te arge attiitiaice Of(au
v..nced 'atudeL's%
lue att'-rviaiiwe upnn th- in-tictulnili
110(1 fallen vcr~y low unItili t iU eiect (iiu
thri' .ters aigo o'.Tameit.K-Ii1.Iwers as
pre4weiieit f thI- volle-ze and sin .lce tiil
111:1 it has Ooadii~y 1w'roved.
I ni- a.-util of01the UCraver-tIrv of A lii.
baToa c- riaza -iiimore thani 1.300 UttEL
ILreliiiI ',t. UUU Of the *iart.
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fcr Inf'ants and Children!
castoriaI r s"i~ubsttitiute for Cas,.tor Oil, Pare'-
golIC, Trp At S4tiI"Syru 1)... ILi. j I'4olemmt. It.
Conita~i Ieiins -1141,Opiilum, .1,rphinve nor other -Nartotitt
*t;,bstalkee. 'it dstoysWorms and aal.V#4 EeVerihie.14111.*
it 1.ire" i : ri.61~ud Wind Coliic. It7 relieve-4 Teeth-
hi- ~ TrmtiIpl i- amt cire5 Cons~tipiationl. It reguIatc-4 th.o
Sarionmell aid I le..-acis, giving h.'iilthiy awl natural. sleep.
The 4. i hui-ivil'. II~maeca-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind Y ou Have Always Bought
,.o Bear the Sign qtnre of .ow


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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SI, 4; El Nr.
A .l 'c o tr,.:! r for il'.i' :ii': i ,;

SILK VELVET,
I,+. o- v .r p>rf,.tf >i ,f"> K tui'k
W i S.I I t I I : i )I .. I oniI-


\i\'1s, Liquiimrs, Brandies
Gi dpS, Ciar s T o bacco.


1.I .:


complexior


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right


ii *'''b 49~'4


Cream De Bcaute.

Highly recommend.
for a skin beautifier. I'
will remove freckles


and


make the slkit


clear and smooth.
PA .KER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by


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Indigestion!

Wiee ,dilence the 'r rld
to /ilji't/i'e ( re/ned/// u,/,t7
to the .Matlchless .Ulinerni
if 'r' for /he, cuire of In-


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Onc d(lOl(/ /ot//C last firrii-
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-fa lii k iI d-.

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T. F. CONZ~ql.EZ & CO., Pro: s
NIVAIUr'tAND

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OERTING & CO.,
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s~-~t ~ind General Iladmuaie,


'I' ~ i''~'tN JOHN A. )Ery' O~C.
4 4* .~ ::: ~'P- E, A. RUMMEL A MoN'S UMP$.
z .0 j,,-j $but$.ruuut, has, ghgm "ims


I%


Jug and


Keg Trade


Specialty.


:w~ sm-m TI! i.ALAV,)x s'ruE:vj
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REST ORIDIA!


COTTON.
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Janu ary ....... **
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Amay ................. .. .
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Octnooer ...
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S.S.S.The Blod Do You Want


GlIMAN ANt) PROVI14ION3.

WIt ifl Al -r"-* pt-ryer..
UA 'os 6-'rtsv..


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NAVAL STORES.
WVILMINGTON. Feb. V.-SpiRits tUrpea-
ftlo dinn at 53I1'4" receiptot
kho-im firin at *.11 .44 r~e ip:%4
C ruiltaittrpentine 11!Iin at ~4 t~ '
CC 1)14. 41 rfi' r mIi t a.t SL.>t re-ceip a-I
bAVA.NN'ARFe. V.. tIplrit% t Irpen-
tLine Irin inz ",4. r,,ctiiI11s.Ii j"'4 ca-.a. ;


To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES!

Are you sunburned.
reddened by heat. florid


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.


OUR NAVY USES PE-RU-NA.


It Will

Do All


" I Have


Taken


That is

Claimed


~1


Pe-iu-na


For It."


NWM. A. C'ILLITL~t PAYNMAv-7 111-U.NA


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A RESOLUTION BY SULZ-R.
New V.rk-r tit-i th- N r4ragua
( .. t l I' II mIl ().t .
"WA-'tlII,! "'. ].ib i4 -Renres9nta-
tive :u.zer f New Yorg today intro-
dUc.e( to( :o owig re-oiUtion::
~.-a, red. Tnat in the judgment of
the hou-- ( of representatives the bill for
te ,(:iiru.-:i'n otf lthe Nicaragna canai
tn tWe -% .ns;Velv built. owned and con.
tro..ed t; tue :.,verument of the United
Stra'e. stiluid to immediately passed
and enac:ed into jaw regardless of the
pudin lHav Pauncefote treat,. new
awaiting ratincation in the United
-are.s aenottv,. and that said treaty
swou.d le rejected because it eoontrA-
Venik (the poacy of the Mumroa doetriae.
surrender. American rtints to Britste
Interests and re ettab.ihes the socalled
Clayton Bulwer treaty.]aug since lapsed
and now null and void."
naval Hill vor>t>ly R-ad.
Bru IN,. Feb. The first reading of
the naval bail toik place in the reich.
bta t :av Tne buuse and galler.e'
w, re t ;w .kea
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S.!; i ':, ,-n .arth tlha.n ','-r ]-i::, lt ,r
r t.,r; l,. It h a-, ,' r.d i:.. It \ .u l.d
* ,. "t \, ': ',1:un t,. 1 ", 1 \ 1 ; all th ... it
: ,- i..r finm e. Pe-ru-lla i1 th.. h,.'-t **a'-
',:i h c'urei on earth, a:;d I kI o\. for I
l.\ tried nearly all of thrn. 1,',pmct-
tl::v,;- l Feu T :la\ l. -r."


aj itAI .rmrnolA,
Ii Ni'i ,Auntee.r

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i--it ir,'urcd tipr i..r114.trhnt I
A :,,L.%ui.n c (atarrhl ani it- -urc
'As Mr. Ilaritiati ,.t free s I ; 'rhoI'-rri
7 na lru 5 \Itfg 4' izmpanl ,of C(ulIII 'llsU


CHANDLER BACK FROM CUBA.
Bishop Piretsril .t ('hureh 1W'ork
on ih,- IElnd.
ATLANTA, Feb 9 -B'bhop Warren
A. Candler of the Methodist bcurcn hai
returned from Havana. where negotia-
tions. under his d reaction, are going
forward for the purchase of a ite for a
Methodist cnur.,u at the Cubaa capital.
fie expresses himself as much p eased
w:th the general progre!-* of the work
on the island.
With the erection of a Methodist
church in Havana. the work for Meth-
odismn on th- island will have begun iu
earnest. a tnouir there are unknistaka-
ble signs of proZre-a there eady. A
large aulslunt hts ben raised. print,
pai.v tnuri)' I the IoersIiPal Ceorits i,:
"itiot ( anld.,'-r, to purchase a ire 1Il
Hav.na.b ailli tle ir:,U;.i cut.Ldeni.v ,x
tei'teid (t O.i a i le :rtA;:aCItl'n upon lis
ls: vi'it to '.t"r: .
A< ii geuraiiv known, thel Merholiivt
churin. nor't, has m-r t,,od to carrV
Me3tl ia:.tiin in o aPu rao) co. vntie tnte
., iorn church ai-< aii'ep'ed i1e re-
s,. n-,b .itv u: tne t'C .an \Wo)-. Uauer
ihe (iileetlon of :-h 'p Ca.nd.er' the
worki is undiir war. and rue tirit reports
inti tile uuexltectea su 'ess in the
Is.and.
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i r. P '--vvil Ind :;i- :
S ; .v1 '.1< n, o ;, : .Jl I.,
N1 M "i' te ,ii C ouZ ,.C ,ir \ P '' ir.
:i-v '-r wit,.oiit it." ,'!iickly brea;k-
Iip .o.ii. .to, f ,l l -'ur- a ll
throat and lun. 'trouble-. It- u"-'
will preventt codI1-i",nption-. Ilt t-aint


Paynm;lit rm


.1 PI.'amaiiut Lemon 1,40104.o
lut'li:ltC-d froini the ttrt -h ituce ill


t- 1--. 54 Iv .111(*1 .4 Y, IloIttle-.
F'toir ill :-eu-tie.-1.11'iZl'.ii
F, ir *-k;i lt] n141 t~rifi'V ti- l.:(l(I
ult.i k'L3l.- il lElix ir.
Foli-ratIofji4'"le" 1141i.'~o
V41~r10-. l o i 4f 'ljpetitt' ;:i1.4 1 f l-ilit 'v

F'ill'-f hu)O nmauiaIi,-dn13d 10u-.31

,. wh s ich4 m33)se fri-nitia tw-id 4,~ or di!-
:3-4-4li ver. -1 lillach i4or kidl iCV-v
.I"(- .a3441$1 I(01hoottle- :aTt~ii~-
lPril-oau ed mill'It. Drv )3. IIi.N1IZ1 Y

A~1t ime( iji '.1hl
I I :ive- jiit tllket ilt-h. I t t olf twit


blititr I l420'I wrv'S i1;iel-tA1 li

J. H. 'M v\. CI\.Att.'rievy.
125F St-rt-l-t. Wa.-lhiigtuipi. 1). C.
Ni' mtle)'*umLeightmoin LiE ir

WI Itl.- : I have -ultulyed -itr"ttIlv
f .,i iiiiidi zt, iuf -, t iiu i tw''i- -tl-oie ii 1 ,30
--- ha314alltil'-iiui-diu.itiau' fLave
- ser takfen.


( ur-'- :tIal ol O i'h!. 4 ollo-;.*H,,mnrs.--
ii'--. b-ire 'lTiumit. Hrou(mcniti-. Hes'-
'mrrllogte. antd all throat auld 11111W ii--

a t 11t r u izg i -t't. Prepared olby



It# 3m' Pninmlwr. Steaymaand (.aM -'itter.
d#4-1r4-; t4) toi fotirll hi- fri..'iid- :alid 141-
ii. in-. ; .1 tha t hi-' is Iu icatsu(Iat 12114 Ve-!t
&;i'vt-Fnmnif4it tret-t. atnd i-; prepairlw-
do anyisiS and all kintudz of work inu
iJ- linie.
Telepone 375.26o

If you are ready, to do to
house-keepingf, let MAarston


cocllie~r ays:


STILL NO CHANGE IN

KENTUCKY SITUATION

Governor Tayior Declines to
a0. 1 1a meit.

A CONF-RI-I;3E PROBABLE

<;-I,,.ri41| .1 -..t tI, ,,f I I.nb'lc rtsr

Fu1r lth- l!> o s ol ( l- rgir.r lr
S, -'11
L u.u v .*- .\.. ,-nt.-
F tl; .ri"x IT. .::. F, :> 'nere
was co cujuaag '. n t;.io -i' ui w:! early
1 '8 Il 11 i .r l .'. : :i)r i.' ()." : w a
*:,.. a,- li; .' : ; L'. U t r ;.',i w would
; ,t '. V. .. :- I 1 .; I: ILt-lll d to


I:., ,- : .1 s: .. : [,;,lhi: a
*, ". i. I V.. 1 I. : i i. akIl
,11 1 1!1 L t 111{il


S. .. D: rr of

SI \ .i.1 e z, a:r.Ved
'. .-ia' r B tr kauru 1ille1
-. ,* -' ., i V .,,r :,1i i ,t IS li, -
.... fi. (li e tn
; i.i.L U i.111 d aaa be-
.-: h .tri that le (c.U 'i nnt
F1v t..A" : s;.' t -ii ,- : n wouii ble ima e
a;d. i..ci,: x e-) tinat in a ileneral
vay. e u d r-'d ihe p-iace agree-
w h. !: :O b.; c, U, iiered. He did
uit tkno whv ue nad been summoned
to Frainkti f.
It tI JiKely tlat a general meeting of
R-pubbi.aa will be held here tomor-
row to cciintier the peace agreement as
adopted at L ui.ville. For the last
week Governor Taylor has been receiv-
ing telegrams by the hundreds from all
parts of the staie. asking him to stand
j;rin an not to surrender anything.
The itmpre.sion has become general
among the Repubicans who were not
parties to the agree uent that the com-
itet was a complete surrender to the
DI'mocrats.
fute gentlemen who signed the agree.
mnent for the Reuublicans do not socon-
siter it and have said all the time that
when the text of the agreement was
published in lull that it would be un-
tderstood by tne balance of the party
ti!at they had not delivered the party
ovor t me eneliiy.
Govetinor Taylor has been in a very
d f'"uilt position owing to the pressure
blouunt to bear upon timt frotin these
( u-ide sources and lie has not tbougit
it wise to iiimiKe any '-ateni jt regard.
in, his intention untiu he could con.
vince the par.y that anvthian he might
no w( ui.LiT l iir tue g io of the patty.
lie has therefore sent a iarge nuin:ier
o. te.e:raiivq to all of the gentienleu
wnlo hiav" "or the last five days show-
eteii at iim advice to I-e in Frank ort by
Saturday Inernilng. Wiat his inien-
tiont aret is not known and he will say
notLiug regarding them.

So< VItil h l i lflp4 ih- l(irrs.
S,.-\ -\AH. Feb. S.-The contribu.
iu li- avannah's sy npathizers with
the B ,ers in their struggle against the
lriti 1i have about been completed, and
wil, e sent forward within a tew days
by National Director P. J O'Connor of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Tne
fund ha* been raised under the auipices
ot the ancient order here and amount,
to about *.1o). Tuis amount will i-
towari tlie general ind ifor equtinpuin
a lionpit., corps ior the use of the Buer
arntv.


H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
-P Kindn o. Plumbiun and ( a Firt:nw- M'trtl- K-pt ,i H nd


DUNN'S *


0 HOTEL


- m


THE LINK-THAT BINDS.


0


1 w~l-t subject to fli!; rii.;,- 'r ree years.
mod ,.afcreN ciuwtaa::v" ah1: 1Ac:e. I i'rote
to you f'o 311ice. and an:tr uwng ~th~e-batnks
I a:':an,;r and weUl, and the motlwr vI a Onie
Hr baby


If, M-tFRFf' 0.4
nie4 fCa rd0

There Is no use talking a a li-in twe h .u-,.e i e I "' .t binds4
hwsh'i ii and %%ife tt ,et r. 1.,ris iL th. t1 4..;:
lIhe prattlinz and co, -- f tile ittle o ,, e Atl -ri.
Oc.is, In.11 v.-Orrles .initr i%: t-.1h~e. NVI h1en a '.'.i e 0 i '1:* :. e IN
de.ran-znient s fi. '.h ein ti-, Ii or-_ -e (4'., 1. *rii
th' )e C Mlml il J d I-J"!,'r kri n 'I-,, t! .... (.trlI
is ne ~ remelv. it puu; thc i. a~* *.; lasr .:11,j dh-,-i.'0
D-1rin the peri. )d 4if c. t:1!t m .''.o. m ''
is ht-iilt tip to withns'a2 I.w j Z: '. :,.- -i v tae O:tt!"
ii. -, Nu advent it u is h :% n,,
.-tr *:Itz, \elI-titt~d to er ,,t ':I,,A- .t'A!OY DIi 1
in *::. r ict. t. pa .\~ ilth. I he 4

i f~4 (.n:i is tr' a '.1 'ou
Vt .1 Jin icne I' r 'A,( 4)mm.2
Large BoJ-ttles for SA.'.'- atDr 5ss __


rn' :1 r5W11


THE ORIGTPIL--- -'-
THE ORIGIN AL--4


ST. DI


i. GUG[NHEIM'S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !e-


ti illren's Department
H-: ii l--,iwed Fre.t h Kid Infant!;
Hut',oi. 2 ,
worth 75c, now 50c.
ll :ti- w i. ,d Frno'-h Kid Infan:**
I'.litoll.
worth $1.00, now 75c.
I lmnd--.wtk I iil 1 r* i.g Heel Buttor,
worth 75c,. now 50c.
liandiit-w.ed Kil S I rini Heel But-
tin. 11.
" worth $1.EO, now $1.00.
IHnula .. -- .s *.t K. i Sp;l : iz Heel Lace.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Clot Toip itn Black and Tan.
from $100 to $3.50.


Special Bargaio!
,% loot o-f Fine' Lad it-c imhea. vin-
foinfaiii u 1ko.,. re-'g liar price Wit"
,13134 $1 imi a ji'iir. noow oily $1 hil.
We omily lutavo- thti -in 2.-4and .
A iid C and I) Widjtti-. that Io wt
W" -ei t'lliet110-11 i.4) etae l
iOur Men's Department
We- bealt atiy '(tourta initown; will
11111 erel I i e 1. mide13( give the
loiiot cfomnfortaibl,. ft and gi g-noasy
"it i-fatituooii.


OUR $3.00
11 iiiii =o-.w,,i \ 341 1 01 s1io)" aro
4.4111:11 t.) ativ $.'NI-0 1 I4#Ai ll tow u.
i ni i- ,I v t nic v.'r patronage.
re yomi Vllr- tio.pleau'e.
~ Gugenheim.


A._
I *~.


THE POPIlIAR
T eer Reular

Mals fac YBRA AOIND Cl BIKKR,


25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


SR-staurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTER<, FISH AND GAMIE
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Fromn $10. to )l.- ,,#.r Day. LODGING:
.15. aml 51 S.. SouWh Palatfox Str et Pen.a ,ola. 11,, -l..,l. 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN 1:FF F'1'Cr .1 \N A I:'A '7. 1 *'.


N',
12 I 4, ml
14 III
ti 44
N..: I Iii
.14
,t 44
Ii
1.. 14114


Nii .2
* Ii Ill
~''uin a, II
.is rIm
7 4 14 144
* :4 nna
ii in
44 114
40 I))


Ar r!~

A I r i


I'..'., '.i
'I,"
N'-.i *'':--sr -
NI :. t .2 4 *
'.4':
1.4.4


5:''-
5:5"
SI:;'.'
.5' r -
S r:
4..,,'.


I' 144
~'t
I. .i~lI
* 4 hi
.4 III
u '.4
'in
4 1 '.4


11 tli

I t.n it


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE


it 4 II I
it y14I
It 4


N.,
'11 ill
it 344
:4 III
II Ill
'44111
r'.. n
p 12
7.!.ij Ii


I'. ,'


'4-.'

1' 1.I
1 ii
t ''I
1' II
Ill
4 II


' I* !ill
I,, 1) III
'. 4' 4i Iit
.-,7 p ni
1 ;l rn


JOHN NICHOLAS'


R? Lest ul raL t,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.

pI"'o I'T IM NI': .


1eals at ill Hours..


Open Day and Nigh


I- I--AH.-HEmAT


., 207 south Bayln St.,


mnil i pr-.varv-d Iti l;-, ."i All ) ordered for

Bread a9d akIes
AT SHORT NIrI('E.



BARGAINS


-IN -


QeaI


Esta te.


$1000 'A;)tt ; -:w'ro- -''VIarid ni


it $ 0 0 7 Ill, ''i 5 uilib.~

ifli l ,iv'.o...r '- 1.1 4.'* C17.63-
v h t. Ii .. tallrem- HI'

t lv a4..- :t.t 4 ftd fo


7000' a~.. 1,--fronlt on
in'' 4. .1, run d go

$70004' r. ('h:~ .. ,TIn

~ .si II arruior1amto



H -..'umft 1; r '-. ,irmming and

$ lOOOOI.Ir-i, fool1 ;.'ta~ns


_____________________ g* II i'.'- -t lit I .I 2, *-i'. N ,,I:.u :l~i'I.,;, w~iI
ati idod tiu


AB.C. Mes Department.
A B. ,Genuine D,,,. Button and Lae-

SBEER. ,K-M, worth $1.50, now $1.00.
S* '"" .Genuiine Vili Kid Hiittmon and Lzce
Slhoie. l.-1.

V. J. VIDAh, Sl Wholesaler. worth $2.00, now $1.60.

ALSO 3 BAIE WINES, AND D TC Ladies' Department.

Paul Jo Isaui Echl Spriuas l, bratc iskins. K Spiii:;-t Hee.l Iti.tton and Lice
IRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TOMiC. I''-., -%
1'5 "I : : P .Box $1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $175 ai $2 01.
J"G & FAMILY TRADr SOLICITED i ,,. r,... lhm ,.ore.
.-- l- i -v .\iy 'art. t )' tv. I il i ...I l H tt,om tn a t I .. a l. a .;l-.


3


ram-,a


91


-7,7z


m


_


E. PE'I'ER8E151
po--- PItl1-TO <10I --o

CRONIES SALOON
o-I)EALKK IN-o

Imported and Domesti c Wines, Lilquors adli (ias,,
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
(C,>rn r R ,-mont and D ovilli ,-a Sra flyN A r A f I)T,.' 'r,


^


Ila


I~


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% 6-T ,


WINE'- OF CAROUI.,-(


Nv. J. scHNIrTZ9


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.


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-lat ,rinS- t" -.m. t."ot: il h tratl c<',luti-
:+ilt'l} ra*il; >d iiutor.-:---uppl ni..
" *'- y can>-! :It r,.--l ',- i--t;ii i-- ld
:t>*u- rw t- .'li .yu..ic;tt w thir!- r --
ently cht ;i:r <-r li'rol of t;he* lP; ai;.l-
m:a car-li aw.. *k. itl; the putnposeo!


THE DAILY NEWS:
smu" at tbhe Poot <(ffict at Pe~ .'oIlae
Pli. emond -clae timatter.
OTIC;. Pitt Ruliding. :l. t<,uih Pals-
i essitelt. up-stair..
PI'BI.I-H I-' nBY
THE NEWS PTTPLISHING 00.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
o Year by Mail -. *
aM Months ,
7hrel.t. mtbs "
4E10 Mouth
W Week.. by Carrier. p wyable Monday I

THE WiEEiKLY NEWS:
Pebtitbed every i-'riday ait St$1 :
Wmoage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adpertingi f st Furnishtd on Applicaioon





T paper to on me with the
MIl M ADVERTISING CO.
1t t -IG iimg l. St. Paul. Minn.. whet
/ 408 M edthrrtm and other! r* :
aEiret ad where estimates will l .
l 5 ti-Eor CEURAL ADVERTI6ir .:

PEIBACOLA. FEP. 10 1900.

TiKz Tampa Herald propo-as to re-
coup itself l(r the rise i-i the- price ,:
piper by cutting off ce-rtaiti iWo it- -x
ebiages, and declare- that ';ihi-i-
U. only answer this or ally other
jptpr can make to thel r,,bhry ,II
-which it is the vie im. Th-l Hterl should not despair. Thi- ]i-t (of vi,"
tinwo includes eve-ry re-puhblic.in a-
well a- every d inocratic ne*w-p:ali. i
in the c the pockets of their pubii.-her- wil;
be practically irr*-ei-tibl,-. Tik.l-
iamy not reli-h the dilemm-tila ,)of -uf-
f-ring lerslonal loi or ;advo'iitin,
Ihe repeal of the Dingl.ey t:r if ,i
paper and jiaper material-.,. ut whwie
the isb-ue is fairly made up the.-y wi;
ioareo-ly hesitate.

THE cu-tom of the l,.-upe ,if repret
sentativet- to hlild Friday iiinlit -.-
5ionD for thliecoi.iidvrat otit otf plf'.. in i
bilLs. at which the att tl1anre' i-
rtdiculou-ly sn.iall,and ut.h bill-ar.
pasted without a qiuorunim. i- ;n ;i--
.ifumption of lpoweo ,r ..-o rhihirairy. :in,
freighted with tiucih injriinlrli r -
saltf, that 1- a woun,,r u. ,n tll.u: :
- ^^ l herr-t,,fore itrot--t,.d ; ,i;tn-t I
At the lIapt sesion,,t of thi- klinl Mi .
Talbert of South C'arolitna iav,- ni,
tice that tit rafter hie would dtian;, t
a quorm inii evo rys-iuch i et,. Atmon i"
other thiig- he -aid wa- thi fo.ll,,

The ahrne niuqt -ttp. I:-i. fit (. ,i1..
will be hurtl px ,-i Vly. bLut t atwillnt < I itl Itc-
C toiaate the r >i :huila.l I derniairl ..
-ea em If thie h,,u- ie '- with1.lt I qtil. In,"
S Iael ask lan a lirliil- di lte n otli4 rittiIt-nt It
Ibt t is refu d, I hall iiii tl-tl tthi lt i -
PSausts iit power tio ,.'seur. a qi tntiti. I
laiTrve. 1io. rwi l. tiso llift t" ll. Itl.
ilera, to |t i-wto n \ d"-1 '' ; solhl.r or
i .iW. ailnl I irnt ill i 41 ''1 t *l:Mlinin i'.
ry I rd.,.. 1, IN1 el t"- .t 'g r i tf appeals I..t

bty lthe stii t-iI r lit r-tii I .- t o l t (iti
;berm' n Autb wa 4UoIer.II1.
TMte I'ltoei I t,0 (', c eit' -v f (,f "l<>ii 1
MW A'. .-<.T w- f, it) i,,- Mr ir (
Adve i -ti.r w- t. .ve- |i. t i lt, uil iiAi

the purpo+'1 ;nid -.<'i-rl ,,f tih+ int,-r
?tat<> c't iif-r t'<- to lnt !i il l I f \ ;i'
t M a:d t 1(1. t o ili,-llltfr t,, \ I
.ei( ( T i*lit-, l ,f I i: r.t t' t]" ,i I: ii:

osoilu t' .t lx .>;t 11 il,>t r, \ i. i- >t -
I f it r i. t.''f t (;ilr tn r I- l,. il, .1- :
reid {nt. of ht- Not i t li,.-. .|11 ,'
w .lh t ll-' tF rrun <'+ ';(il.. -, lat, :\ i
vatltle-d. ,*td t. at it i- tun- tn .-.. *in
B20at> of wi-* ;inl cwl .In i \:i\
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lantic porter are inclined to join these
elements of opposition. In the hope
of defeating the enterprise. and thus
retaining their hold upon the foreign
export trade of the country. ha. niot
yet fully appeared, but the outbur-t
of th,- Baltitrire. new-paper referr (1
to indicates that they are ready and
willing to pre-vli't, If the-y can. the
construction of any canal that
would c.'ntritute to the injury of
their \x.port trade.
Ot- urious feature of the public
discu--ioni of the several que-tioni
invi'ved in the cj'i-ull]llllatli on iof the.
Nicarazu:a enterpri-. i- the fact that
-oine -'uttern nliew'-palpetis wlictCv
have- for years been demanidini the
catal, riad bewailing tihe ob-tacles
lr,-;,-'nted to its construction by the
Caayton-Bulwer treaty, now that the-
supplementary treaty hasi- re-miov-d
those obstacle, are furious over its
terms, which they declareare di--
grae.-ful and humiliating.

"W't.at'- in namai?" Everyth ing
i 11 colie tdo medleinme. WhV-ii
Sii t Hd'?- .iar-tparilla youi
.,'-t thle h'--t mney can btuy.

ItlY V -F X I Vi>I'.N
F',ir te It-nel l ih tie Piubli- iSciooli
Iilrai y.
The uiihil- of Grade 7. Sec B..
Schtoil No. 1, wiHl give a I)i y excur-
-ion Saturday, Ft-it. 17, ,ni the ste.ani-
er "'Florii;t'a for the be-tilit -of the
-chool library.
U'he boat will lf-ave P;alaffx wa:rf
promptly ;at ;it a. in., r,-turi il ;ih, ut
.* p. iDt. Stop- will be iiade at Na'vy
Yar( F'ort H.iiraia.:-. ai.d the- Lit'.
s iviig Stationii. ad a trip ini the
ailf will Ih- give-tn ti ttol,-,, w!',. -,i
,l--ire. Ottir-r-, will re-main at Lif ,
.avinlg St itionl until tiin- boat rftua' it-
friom the +tulf.
O)ti the i -.turnl home tlie t,-b;it wil!
nIliKe a toiur up in tlie t,-a-t r:i p.rl -it
ith- avl civili r li;-' selig-ls- a flit
VI< w oI! P'e-il>ati:. fjiyt

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l,-- vic.tiim f (.ii- iiin ,i.n al!d th:t:
ino idicil, could cuir, iwr. H-.
drli .e ig-t ....i. .te-d Dr. Kiin:'- N, w
D i .... w i t l..r t'o1i utiipti0,ii" .-!
hitlihght i bottle aniid te lit r dili.. i'
f.,u' ,t r.r* -lf u0 u' tl;'-d from 11,'-t
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ter ta:kinir -ix Ittlttl'-.. f,it l hi-r-elf
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patratui ',,; tlihat i- w hy tli, rll- lth -
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for tilh inll. Hie f-tl- t1--ui l. liv* 'h i.
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SOCIETY EVENTS


OF 'HE WEEK.


The Dewey Euchre club met at the
home of Mrs. Fred Gillmore on Greg-
ory street Saturday afternoon of last
week. The club is quite small at
present, but the ladies manage. to
fltid gre-at enjoyment sill in a few
games of euchre once a week. The
fir-t prize was won by Mi-s Piaggaio.
a bottle of extract; second prize wa.
given to Mrs. DeSilva, a very dainty
handkerchief; the booby prizo- wa..
presented to Miss Celia Robinson, "a
devil." which, in this case, is more
ornamental than, terrible.

Monday evening an extra gernnan
was held at Hotel Escanmbl.
'1 wenty-two couples were present.
Although ut the opera house a very
attractive play was presented, only
three couples found it sufficient in-
ducemnent to forego, even, for a part
of the evening, the pleasures of the
dance. Those present were:
Mis-s Mary Chaffinu, of Milton. and
A. A. Brooks.
Miss Nellie Mallory and S. M.
Cre ss.
Mis-l Reisinger and Robert A.
Friench.
lMiss DeVine, of California, and
Hniiry Her.
Miss Hatch., of lnambler-' Re- t,
aid H. D'C'. Ke-sle-r.
M i-s Marie Sullivan and M1 K-e
Mc1C-lhilan.
.aMiss Julie I). Sullivan and H. II.
Turner.
Mi-.- Harriet Cros-- and J. S. Me.-
( tiilith y.
Miss Daisy WNrigIt ;an. C. E. M.( Fr-
ritt.
.1iis4 Dai.sye Hyer an 1 W. NI. Pi't.
Mi-, Stella W\'lIit arnd F. A. Ros-.
NIti-s Verina H. Aik. ri auna I). .'
Su li vani.
MIi-x Alics- Ke-ssltr anid Dr. F. NI
T'lii pe a.
NI1 i Sallie W riiht ani .1 : I'
W a!on.
.-I- HI-rta Hyvr andit ('. Wnite.
M s1- Lottie Pitt anti (;i- l'iT -n.
N 1- 11illla Qtilia aild E 1. Q(.iiiai.
NMi-< A.liiaile Merritt ,aiiI tl H it;l
Cr' ---.
I!.-. E. ('. .Ma1xwell :aihl ia. M!.
Catr '.
Mr. and .M1rs. L. Hiltoi; G ,. .
('capt. alid M rs. R.i,. ll ,r.
?.ta.---M11-rs.. J. A\v-ry. Jr.. J.
FI'. l aiar-, (;-0. C. ('r.iv-. v. I'lt I)
l'>tarl h';a iili C hipl'. .1. W VI \ %-r.
4'iha-4. Merritt. W ll I{ iVian. IMaii-
tihld More'i i TI T \. \ I\ tI. i 'h:i I11.
,inipj- i atid Porc ien ,f .11 til,.,

FiTl+- l.:ii.i,- Tw liaur-d i-y ft. i..\..-
F.iKi:t. t *iiit> w .1- 1i11 -' dh0iilittnlly
t' i ita tillt iy M\ i-- N Ill oe lti-rrow
l'.i-, i i n,1 i nitl lii l l'-ivi
Ili it'td to jo i li t e le IIdl,- 0d I thill- t*-
ca-in'i. tlherefiore n:akiii. telie tlii-
p1i-s moire )lea-antly. ''he ladlie-
fir'-t prtizo was presenite--d to MNi--
1),ivi-, a lovely b-Ih t burki ; t- ht- t'i-
', lation was won iby Mrs. Andir-t.ni.
silver tirtle-. pin: the genitl-mai n'
first pr'lz- was giv-en to Mr. H1. I,.
('i'--- ip. a hand paintedl t)lotti r; : i-
r11oii" latiin wiia. won i yv r. J,, i
('lr-ar' a hHiand lpainit-d -hi-ll. l-li-
lic'inti- rif-tiesl inentst w it- .*- V (iv d
,tttlr' l i. calds.
W\\'dnday av t St. K|tth'-ritl "-
0lt il,,-i. M l-.. (;.,'NO| :I ; 1'. il :t.i :ii1
NI l. O sl1iv. .. i fiol n<-i q t-i s -
I iiiarl i i' !y tl -v. M r. I, rk-
til11 At the- 1 our alip. intiti MI t li KR-
i 11 :Ip .-tii t i lupon t i t Il 1. I h!
':t ,i'r in alt hi .e- st tiin. M ; lI i'
2 ... I lt-nlv a ew ne t .a2; ;i ..h aIti'.
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val Whaley officiating. This cere-
mony was beautiful in its perfect
'simplicity, the briae selecting the
olden ca.totn leaning upon the arm of tile grooun,
and when the question wa- asked,
*WVho givi-th thi-4 woman to be inai-
ried tbe thi- nmaid?" the. bride' s faith r
camei forward and placed her hand
in that of tile gromn, thus addit g
diznitv anlid si'lmenity to thli sc ct, .
Mr. and .MrN L:aird left on th:e early
morning traii foir tht-ir new howl .
feeliin as-ured that they had titl-
be-t wishes and congratula' ions i if
their many friends in Pniisacola.

"Tite t'.tiual gainles-i of whist were in-
dul!'.-d in at tlie Proiress clua)
W\-dii-d-:.y evening, 1Mi' Dann-
hi-is-er ,inl. the fortunate one ami
c:irrvyin o, a pair of lovely bi-qiu'-
ornllan-lit-i which were given as tilhe
prize ftr the best player for tile
eve nin g.
Thursday evenilln one( of the 11n4st
charming receptions ever held ill
Pelsu-acol- was ~given by Mr. Pnd(
Mrs Willi- Hyer to their guest, M1i-s
DeVine, at their lovely home ont
We-t H-linitnt street. Initatioin:
wer- ext. nd-ed rtrom four until tnilne
it. in. inielu-lv,'. The decviraitions
were orh jprofuse ald beautiftil.
thus making the already attractive
holmne a powere r of enchantment. 'Tl)e
hall looked lovely with its aInils Aid
white hyacinths. M arechal Ne-il ros-. s
lrraco-d tie library, while ricih tulip-.,
ro-es anid (arnation-s iadd-ed the biril-
liant ctlori'ng to tlih- parlor. Ti'e-
diiingi rloom wit ih Its ii iny tah--
Wilas 'alide fri gra1it t aIli!d liiaiitIt lI
with violets in ll oi;<)ult-.t. violets inll
va-e-. in f t't. vi',l-t- .-:ittered every-
wihere. 1-arrii-' eerif-stra di-couir-e. d
delightful miu-.i, filiin ai'i i lo.sed
zalilery. whlili h i-ntrnince-d tie eatr. A
howl of d44 ic ii- m hli i- w1,4 ;i ii''d --
IV "en -evid, iinc ." All :,if those :at--
tr(actioni-. to witicli wtre addt'(d a
-iit thlt- ',ll iti-iii. not lrt# tting a
cli aihiin It .t aii'. hostt filled u'l
t!w- uI-.a-ur+' of a: dt li:!,ttul tvtniiIl4.
M rs. I' WV. M -.r-li eiitert:ii,, tHit-
Nlartm-l I, lti, -' E cililhr c it a lt lii'r
lv .ly mtlo ,ii 'lo i .orsday 'Ve iini-"
Aft-r 1ilaiy v'r v dtl li.la.fuil -g:,ii' -.
M r-. I ;. P ,i ,p l,.t w ak ., nii1d ti l \Iv
woi t' f r i t' -it im bll -r. -0 \viW,-
p(r--.i,'e-, witit ;a li- utifit real !ati
h titth i ll :i ;i n 1 1:1li .ltlt t..r ii,. ila ir "
M r-. K -i h,!r )Viwii n the- ctiin-,itl.ijttii .
i w'. ii l ht it in I(aii'le -ti'k. Dr.
t'!'. ;';,,,i, w .i1 tli, lucky III:'i a il
\'':i- i1i\ 0in ,i l'iv ly c01V r -t;aii at-
fir-t pli'/** M r. .l4lin-. n e it Phi ilia-
1' li t l i. :i -: i -t f ) l t W 1n ,1
V'rv i vr,. tv wj;i.- t)ro,'> i I e,!dvl;
t'oii-1il tii iin l ii/.i.. A tIlli t i lls- ,p
pl, \vt'i- thi,:i *-rvt d, w!i:;. wai
th** n i i | i j1 y1 d.,

t .\i"t' t Ei t ;li. l IjViiir Ia t int V
let)OU tW "lVii e t i' lth lall '.- rit s l t.:+I-
i#in l i n i Iday. 1t,. tii ny
lii, I ia l1-- til lt tli to i:, k thl0lir
it -.il- k> .,p tlileitw w itt thir ir iile -i i
talK ant l iiiuhtir. -11 dti 1rrfo, a.-
,ii;pli-lh -d a nti ilt dal on11 ttil ir
filitir.Y wo trki. l .iiinty i fr -hiniw iit-
w \'"r f njo vy,,i ,Ifte r ttih lai .,r ,,v,.r t! ,'
bill rTVl 1 dril wi l w rk. etc.. tlh
ti4 i" thi -ii i vini arrive d fo trl thi.
filiid- -of 'lMi- Maltaurt to bid 1er :.i-
"* K"o0 l .ittil t- llli.''

Ir- '. Ill,- O Xrtini. t-nti -rtaiili. th '
Sli,-' I'llir- -l iv A fto-te ii n E iilchr,
c it N. 11Mi-. l i] li.ii w olt fii-t ipriz/,.
:': n iir i ,r ,.l ict; r" fr.in, -; 11r-.
.It '1 i t-I I iiYv P1 i/zs :i v,'-.. ,l f
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i'!:i i l- .ivy ;i! n .

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3V1iGREAT MID-WINTER=-


GIEARI AND SIOGKTAKIN All[E




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 DR s (;o(l6 D. SILK- AN) .\TIN.D


Big Bargains.
IN TALE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ETi'.


Big Bargains!
IN LADI)IS lMISSEI C'APES \N)D JACK ET-. AN D IN ,LADIES
TA I1.!{ Z-M \I)E )DRItESSE-: .


'big Bargains!
IN LADIES S SII.K AND 'r RILI,,ANTINE KIRrI AND I.ADIE-
I'I ANNEL AND) SII.K WAI IS.


Big Bargains!
IN O( 1-: I-NTilE WELL SEIFCrEI) MAMMOTH SEHOK D)EPAR1I
MlN'; E F:VEl Y PAlIt (;I'ARANTEED.


Big Bargains!
iN MI:N -. .l;VS' AND CHILDREN -s ''.' r lN<: AI..O MEN -
.-I I Ill A ND \V I I I E I N ERWE i:.


Big Bargains!
IN 'I (t MILLINREY D)EI'.AR'T ENT.
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Big Parg:iitns!
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II .il-.,ii-n C'.r -pft ).-ii-. "i'h,+ l,.w pli l.. AI -irpri-e yoii.

COME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

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YO RS A.-NX I;! S I< PLEASE.

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/\e (.tilrff'pt/ /ftnf/i,' fto

/'let tihtt Ir'e hare one of
/tie b.st equimoped IouSfr'/'.s
if t/he aSouth, a(n1 tht Uf e
c(ftn turnish this /eliciois
bo.rpr'd ee a prio'ex /',(It
(dif competition. IIe tlso
wish. to remind vyoU thttt our
Co/lees are always. fresh
from. the Roaste.r W'hile
others are old and hare lost
their aroma, ours is fresh


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Your Credit is Good at 0. M. Pryopr's REAT 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 la*'st
styles of Furniture. You will find our prices much lower than those of our competitors. Kindly call and look over our new stock
0. M. PRYOR'S GREAT BRCG IN FURNITURE HOUSE.


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di-iejr~t-daieii b2-PIniilii
poll t'c- ciurt re-cord t ti !- iiim


owas can-ed this mior'iig by -ne
|U cCook. Julia Y-ld-r. e-ci.eping from
1E the houSe about 'i ('Cl *1k and elud-
ing the (ruard" The police we-re
nott n *tified until 7 ;a. in. and ('apt.
1 rtnt I>aw at once welt emit II i the the4vy
.,,, rainstorin and q.iicklv a'ppre herided
th.. ,,,, e l;tll n, w ) is a ali under
,,. ,, ztard at the (luarantinedl h u-e.


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TH RM -I 4 -Yeeu ar- teem.
x.ramede-d 14,e ijeC-?at (.luttv-'is &NI t-ic
!;,tlI at ~eMenid--tv rai~fit to hiave.
measures tukten for cot.tuilies.
A'm( BuNriTleHldwii-Me'l-
%III- Ic 4.011 ip iv 'i C ejeeIi ia thIiree
uight'- ewatem i'c t Ot i te opra
ho(UfO-' CtiLOIIItllt' l'il:L' Ie -X! Iu -d .
February l13th.


Bright'* disease is inore dreaded
by physicians than any of the seri-
ous disorders with which they have
to deal, because of its insidious and
malignant character. If prompt ac-
tion were taken when headHchos.
urinary disorders, digestive troubles
first appear much suffering and .sos-
row would be averted. PlICKLY
Asii BITTERS will quickly stop the
spread of the disease, quiet the in-
flammation. heal the kidneys and
bladder, strengthen and regulate the
liver, and drive poisons and impur-


i-i A11x1FR:KNE: 'in IMHC-S-Sr- ities (ititofrthe svs~teui ily cleani-iig.
vi~'-. ee-nierrew &t ad i a til te bowel@. Sold by ~H;, xiah kirej-.'
i-leeeEd wine(i. Weed willjpre'acht
ii144 a i~ili. tu v lf lIn t flA t J a uo b y 's .
('11,1,4it' okee (imi -i -O o'erti'-rJat'k-
- 'atle IAlv'.ti 1 '-, .tt~icth .'lllhVR V l our hi i f if#'r#nt mpti w ret r(,Inin,_' to
J.-H tc. iI't Hii 141~e:4j5 a. talk to jaceel)%.. all at eev '#. 4tbeeter
j ('exje--xex., ''l'it at day when a'N EWS 1 in: ericcpe-d ill
:.:~ ~.xo.' I:.*- ex'I r- '.I Vizimi'- to get -tmt advo-rti-c'nie-atlip had bef-n

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FORBES


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
DI PE7s EFFECTUALLY,
D, ISPELDS' (Sp

OVERCOMES '-

HABITUAL OPASTIPATON
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SOCIALAND PERSONAL


M. C. Spike of (toneva. is a gue.t
at the Lewis house to-day.
E. F. Skinner, of Ecambia. is in
the city to-(lay on bu-inv:-s.
J. H. and Je*sse Dennis of (;ra.d
Ridge are guests at the Lewis house.
Jos. A. Edmundoni, ;a prominent
lawyer of TallahiA-see is a gue-t at
the Escambla.
SM J. Thompson and wife of Ever-
igreen arrived ye-'iday afternoon
and registered at the Merchants.
Mr. I. Gugenheim will have an
interesting change in hi.i adveriise--
me t next week. D n't fall to read
it.
Mr. and Mr,. Waide. who have
bee heie for s,'li" time, have iz to Mobile t, spend the remainder tl'
the wiiiter se asoll
Otlller R:it!frty, with hi- Ccompe-
tent corps of city )risonllers-. Iwai, at
werk on We-'t (i vt'rnitniit -treeA
ealyv this inorninig.
Mrs-. Fowl-r T:hanes and little
son, Hiarrold, act'oliipnie-dtl liv tie r
ii,,t' r, I'r ,ft to-ilay f tn -ir loli
himn in (Iree'nville. Ala.
A Jay from Jaysvillt' <:A1ii.;Imn:11
lltilll : s thtirty -li.*- ;,rti-t. ;i l I'
0>ne of 114 l:irIe-t ,,rantiz niai-4 4f
it- kii. 1 tnriii Amn ric:a.
Mr. John de -li Itla ;ni'mioit ;; in
tili i--;U. 'ii- (-:Itidl -tVv ft or tit" ot'-
lice oi clerk of the circiiit ',,cirt. MNIr.
d(t la H i:a is tllhle'r 11.,Iv!l eqt ilpe l
lilt' the- elllc., kil'. w itii -V,-r r t lr.-titll
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KI~eIca i Ito-' ''umiao-Acd a, a x.'p-t'tic.,
Prive-' 541 ('+'uit- at edrmitgi-t'- icr by 11:1.1
A eldli i illtle'he 1ad iimmia-'iiate1-lvti--
alice i!Awhiie'i('re-alti .tlin iS ist
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V'ITALe STATISTICS.
Itellcerd t c' Itirtlips arId 1104`11111110 "iled
cilt tie 4 lihe tit' the City Clerk For:
lihe ''We'e'k I'raisigSat untityv, Ie'h. 10.

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-1-digit; W. J. T. N'e1 arrt a nd'i'i'l.wk-ile.
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Saturday and Monday. 4

I1 i Diozn hcvs' IPerrpale lW a-st-. }'tit,,
B uttons .... ......................_ s. ,.. 7
10 t C'rack- -.l.ck anid SNldilw Patits 4
a t ............................ 4 to T ,, p t r
.SOI-ole Ae!oits for the.e ,;.,,i.'ls 4
20 t-zen I z tnllached TTurki-h, Towel-
15c each, ir ..................... 1 :,1 "
20 I)d>zetl Bhileci'hed Iowel-,. ,od -iz*.'
l t e':it'h ............. .......... /
1c 0I heeI) In C tt. n C ri'e h mo,, -i zi 7w. ", I.
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s STOVES,


COOKING STOVES


ALL PRICES.


C il3lia.'m .oljiO &T Son.



Chas. HI. Turner,


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General Repairer.


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N .Ti, ElltHx... '':. .... '' IO N
. te. ..' x.I--'-t '"- THE CRUCIFIXION
',rOn PHk e' r TRONC
'm.r ',: 1n In OF PHILIP STRONG


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A RESUUR(JE OF


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ENERGY


STORE


BRITISHERS ABANI

MOLENSORIFT I

Zc i-eAlter Eomba'A.
by L-oer Cannon

C2OS:S THE TUGELA

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DON x)Lhtewazv ttgcn"wil. eave somOI
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yet ;*en m r-.e :c
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AGAI ci- itanyr i.: :n :-t*7L&:;1 a recac-
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Polcon Ohan ..&e*,v:c.-... Belt. uti:D ztc as and ire
r -Mro.y m-1!2f; WL. ..l:~.... 1n:2 'r'gr5s IS
i'mith fir 'j:L n i

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PAINE'S


CELERY COIRPOUNDi


Harry D. E.""--. (Eens'?a"s, N-. Y., rts

'-Earl,,, : Ca ri zI f o -,inxv. a;; .: ....II-',IA
my ap 1 1t Y, ~::-anIIa~-:>r r, 'x ri
crencra-'. I-'a v ~ tk '~: ( '
pz~un,'A ,an a::-r
life as I i n .. I ac' > ;. ::c "*h
and x-l-,r ran :i -a n->: a r oi ':uc);',J
it to allpu 'i- .,v :ra n a .':;;
to all at!.''A. : \ w A 'r If' 2 A

Pain~s`3 ,-e-y C mp:uadires"'or. s. s~rength s
SWAnis.a3 iK energy atrd iuscuLar fre


SUMMONED TO rIA.KFORT.
xvpro-vv Iv.. aa 1 '0(Gets a
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lAWia f of h.e D L-V !.r-n Gi.avera,r
Tay~cr ea~r-v tUa. UI'LL411d LRVsa.o4C.
Mrin
Mdr L-w. is as nc '-:o-irrei o w ,
to a Proan7iu-n-T tI.CIL 0'? .I' *fl ris
ture and t-r--:, s-- a, .v-rz. r !&.or
WV0'.a71,.& w t U ...,n U e-rU.~~a
SMon
The r!hanizow i a!-,f T-l -r *m-,
in the 13,tU-0- an. arJL vtC
meSn bV eaiag-& Tioa nY. it-rm -ta-~~a.
prnm pt. r a -,iu-,t i L ,- ,3n -ati r
houses and no na a -ra t i.on -
mostoo n ;Zuo- t nlii- tfloa, *Lo..e or
of Mee I IngL a td t, berC" U .e 4

GzornirE7'-a %, Ev F-b (-4
stuno law.. r wal L t -awr,-ae-n a
Judge Can~re:.Ca led :nt.0 .o'n-t, n
prooeoilngs r-r* tziar t )n t r.- *u-trn
Judge PIyrl.. I r T:- p ItF, ..to.

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DENTAL SURGEON,
M$.csi: Tae.e. Pha: 364.


Kodol )IJ.LIALU INLVRAjN
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Dyspepsia Cure. Real Est
Digests what you eat.
PartLifl-ial'yd g tih-fodadad
'Na-ure in -trerivtbenirag andrArpc(,n- i-z 1A
s-tructung the exhausted dive~tive (or ~ -.
Izans. It isthe-.a~ortdiscor.reddiwzp-t- 4, 111 J.N T
an t and toar.. No other preparat,(nr. ..- AN -:
can apprr-ach it n efhc:+ncy. It in- R A No L V
stantly rel~evo-i and perrnant-ntly cures
Flatulence. SA-;r- Sto~mach, Nausea. ~ :
SickHeadachoo.t'ai~t ra:g: a.Cram ps. a nd 1",,Ira
all other resultv-ofimp*-rfoet digestioe. UlLL1.7'aI
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ALL FPOEPS SERVE ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.
.) looms f r Sezt by the Day, leik or M )n't.
311, 312 North 'arragra Streit, Cppisite Unihe ODept.
0-Te.ephone 68.---0
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. 7


COMMON SENSE TALK


WITH' WOMEN
i f a Pon iN I al needs a medlAhe is 11
/ not wise to gi t oO tat has stooa the test of
sv 9 tne cndhas hmidiefs of thousands of wres
to Its credit ?
.''''', ', A great many wanmen who are m I try evry-
a thing theybear of In the way of e. and

XV >grafts expe kIsnenting with a unknown drugs Is a
Seoastaefn menae to eir ready impaired

T1 ;- rvry nx ise. for there are remedies which are no experi.
tent- i v; u," 1n ki<\ n yars andl yards to bie doing only good.
'" fr in.-tal -e.
Lydia E. Pinkkam's Vegetable Copond.
Fl ",r thary, years it.s record has been tone unbroken chain of suc-
S oes. No lht:i..ht fr,' f;iialt ills the world has ever known has such
a record f(r ( ,- .t,
It ofems eo strange that some peonle will take medicines about which they really know nothing, some of which
iniihlt tc'. ;,nil are. r-eally harr.fu : whi-a on the other hindl it is easily proved that over one million women have been
restored to health by Lydia F. Pink i-.am's Ve'etahle Cnd.
We have p;ulli.sht-d in the new-p..pers of the nite.L:d -taes more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been
published in the ; oterest of any oth r medicine.
\le h-av: thou.,and!- hlie thi: ;,l'.'linvir7 ad(drrssd to M.rs Pinkham :


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Pr'e~ '~.q Ccarcf &

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W. Cieveiand A% e.. Canton. e


M'LAURIN TO BE NAMED?
Can~asi~a% I3M m.U S ii(;,)Withi the

Cti~at I :'-.x FPrc-:ai from

31s is,-i nlit an ;livaarta~it dozier
en-p xx .*naz -s.u-.3!k Ktnev regard-
ing tthe ila$A (3lc. ,z:.a i w. ;- ,to ;;o
to tniie wo-~3lus 1H.- urized toe presi-
cenlt t. a, n:t a s u i.'-rn man of
jr' uean- i i, t: p -cunainois.unThe
I~salti. a.-seatedi to this
fU::C" 'fl J ed 0i I-Jt*_i Leixt a1e WOUidi
ar-It'..- :h-' --of)a'-f-i sithat ai s.1 See-
l. I;- ti c uV t.v' Le repre-
r -n. svaati I ~nx'tt--altlhepname
for 'o-n i. .. n t *'A eltIATr i'4D -1
o .ra i I~-~a.aan I '.srest .,- .d
i.&L .j ieei 7..44' -ffl i t k U..1111"
'f at MP t, g 3552 ir w: -P ii lt a,-- bv iii-
I- 'ii -, .a. &' a tor- ow a'. -, a; tit'r 1,133 L
-rJ C tu-" it)iii .i ll3 ilok.w (i
ii ;--- ti i r.,4i on 05'.l-Wt tiatix
It prola. Peia IC Ia' I t W i- W al1, -,1- AV. 0n.f
s t h~ n'. a C-ptatlcC '1.w a113 .iit. 11ito
V 1211 WIITi- 14)iV595. i 'I teAt inl'h
otii*atae v In atro- t ixner i 111-CC i-sotr o
vrrve ti i a -,r", ,,I 4,u ie ;.()~,-t1 wi 1
01t m' :p't'.--3 o: I'- I tr~i-IAIs
O 1!)a ia' It- 11- tt u, C Ma tAT '.11
ft~ur (ta*ivta%-. i!-% ,a uwi vV& Alli~e
unatii usa 30- .0 Uti 31 ,..Ti-,widtt j):,.lieen
done he V. ,. it -tAhatit00t ') 1tarc1'sI!1.
futuru.
WILL GOLSON IS EXE-CUTED.
Slurderes- uf MIjoisati% xV% agnoavak lisgofl
;aaI;. la.1116-114
BI F-1. 1N G 4 Ait.AM A, L,.Yet)9 Will
GOoeun was a, _tnceSi iet-ctdav f~r the
viurder of 'tuie Ioej.utv S-~fRobert
Warno iL inantin scity insNovember,
I b06,- Golson jast vveuing confessed to
Liei 'r~ime.
Warnoasc bad a warrant for the arrest
of (,al-ou. saud wh'-n no called at the
latter's front ti~ofr and &-tji.-U.113Cdhis
earrendei'. t~i,,i -i :i. I anit:i down
t~hroceii We door
Groimon. vi.-ti, m~a, i ti -o-1de~tprrado.
sud he was *saaidy i ,.,-
Waruuvci w.,s v -rv etriikini.-r:. 11
wS5 count, au liivt 3 IC-evTAI 'VeAt A
and the Dent ,t -rAr;-ii i'1a.- fr tfl.t3 .r
of bilhi- .11j: 111II 4. tilt w 1 .I. .- -
teasted br a:, ldeperl Ho li c..sa
kkat~ive ridW 1ht i' UIa -el
bra ins ot~e. era-Ia !irl. r

Ilis tlt3,3- it isn14- r -rt, r .l .a.
TA----`--\'. Ga `- '-Wi'.1I, U
arda. w .14V A -+ j' WAS at a pea t.1I :r m31111-4i'
court t3 it., tt r-pri e court Tor unew
tria.. anti tue iattar refts-t'i, hi-i been
ret~enteac-ed ti ly utge W B. Butt. tae
date tar t tli'Zthc-n1tie being LXed 013
Marco ;.. It w;.i tie renmembered that
W. Liaeinard was convicted ot murder in
Talbor ianneri~ar r- inrt for killing his
wife. Nora Iioaxi Leonard. and ike lat-
t~prer's ioluer. Mary Francis Dean,
Caristmia, l'sj".


Another Case of Ifid-.
Pmvff, Woinsh and Bladder
TraukLe2Cuhred AT- Lydia

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A Letter Which Proves
That Lydia E. Pinkhamn's
Vegoetable Compound
Will Remove Tumor and
Cure Other Weakness.
"w tors -. a I \as- a great suf-
f:*'-" I-.11 \'v ;,\, i r*;Il :1.1 ,;:l i. :in, tu 'n ors vouldi
f,,rVi. .11 tiht 1 miilb. I i iai four ltumio'.s
n.e1 1 L [ ':.!'-. 1 inst th d id itn tt-
I 1 i .i t I t ouldl have to

", .,:I l;that :;1i that eoulhl
"l ; .: :, 1 .:v-, ; i i,;-;ati niii aindl
S. ': r rIm; !. 1 nt I had
r- I ,ian'aia t,-i-ine a ndl
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r ore .(-. vii
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NO GLORY FOR WHEELER. V'Z.T A.-to :-. I: THE FOG.


(Oits aid to Itdv.- "T.-.tt-d the Ala-
bania.ln I i'oftiroy.
WASEINGTON, Feb. i.-A letter re-
ceived from a prominent cfliver wno
served under Generai \VWheeer in the
Philippinem throws some light on
"Fight'ng Joe'-" -u''den decision to re-
turn home and pever hit connection
with the military ': .a;a of tohe govern-
ment
Tua writer, who is thcroughiy re-
liable, confirms the reports received
here and the opinion so frequency ex.
pressed that General O:is hats been suc-
cesstu; in his efforts in deprivinu; Gen-
eral Wheeler of any ~ai r x wnva'evir in
the miiiiary o;eratious in ttie Phil p-
pitses.
It:e ofli'tr in quietion not only
charges hliat General 0(.1i systeniatic-
a.y endeavorea (3 ik-ep ntral Wnee.er
in the batcK.-round. but through the red
robin scienie preve,: 'ed aniv retiorts of
the opera-ious (it :-C.nera! Wheeler's
CouniiAnu trom exterigi tle states.
Itinnita It, b I'nr a'. 11.-iay.
VIa T-IilA. B. C.. Feb. M.-Orlenta,
advises state that Prince Henry if
Prussia, vice a im:ral of the German
t-qtadirn in Chinese waters. was r>-
e'-uiy neli up and robbed by bandits
I I 1.n where ne hatid oIei to vi-'t t
k ingi Tne robbers -erure. ab'ul (..0: u
iin castl and two hievcl,-
I' r'llire 1 1*i >li rIt I t0o a- ;a t';1 Ia I I .tat
('on4)1 in 11 l-rI<-- i.
A.\- n .r'iiry w ill r, lV I ,-vr<,v t!..
u. .. t .anell ,. i ;al t ll ly, .1,.-
i :111i tit~ V1il V-',I !1, 1) I t i f- -

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v i !ti a- b i lv- eri '- lru ia : nt.
lIy I". .1. ( |. i.y .e <',o.. 'l. l ,,(l < ..
'.1t0i:1111i- I IIlI -0'(I I N l ;I 1- 1t.1 k I1
3itr .l ;ly. a.tin i iiirr,.4 'ly I ipin h !r
tlal< tltna|! lor oi l -
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IT :- l:i -, r'n t ': 1, a 2 ; i .

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F.IKT I':NN it('lA I IC:('Ttt'TI-:RIMI. A!
IKILW T olrin, l PV** KPii-*aOu!i for tht: tItIh-
.;iH.-*.i, rnimflto wac wrrington. Nayr,
.' *' ( t -ort **, l-razicep- at
.m. !.ri ive sit FI'L sitar-sucaj 7:15 .mri
it. lr- in- nt F'ort r. ra! n- s; ; r..
1 1 r hi A .. 1 t .rt 7,$).''.,''t- :." in
r' :* ir: i ; ,. : ; .,t t kln *rwt e:s- I:; -,|1 in
it. arr.v- ;ai I-o t .;t rt s a ; :"F r ni
', : v.'- .4 -o-t u, trrf'-.,^ **: V .mt
Trains loav- Fort Harrancas for Penrsl.
7:* a. m. Arrive at PenDacola .... 4:15 a. nT
S.*; p in. arrive at I'.niacoina........ 11: ;4., p m
:01 p. m1 *I -Liv- t P,#I!S 'e .ft ....... : 2:45 ).Tr
o ;i ii trrivo at 4:n1'.t 7 p in
T:'' i. all ,-a v* t" P(e o[.lste t ..... 7:4.* 1 Im
'- 4 -., n. ,, *r, stt -#nsa&Co,;& ... .... 9:,k p. In
!: f'.ct 1' i-t, ,


Loavo Parf~acflils Lv Fort Farranaas
Are in a tid. hurt Sk-iti Fi htit i~it- raah' a.W. IV A. M.
SieI I V.i 2 p. m.
Feeri~'r.-.Uce-.~FcIln't. 5Itp in I p M.
CtrraA ~>aIt.ti t,. Bru i-. -. 4u a ~ u "n 0 M.
CiC!illi i' p. M.
PH--at UT-- I'tll #''ef:rthI. Thyji iidt tu t VRV VitW?.P~K DATF.
Paiinslfl Tid A'hae- Ontly 2--, "- 'at- .1 vPenoisc to Foit' Bar'-At ff r.ca'fl rett't'n 4kj(
r,-iV,sflicoiaa tk, NftavvYtwad ai~d r-trn
bOX. Cairo ,;,i-ir:m~tapt-d.l'i dbi .jR-~Ctv Pain, t(i Volt.' h and re-tc rn a-'c
na*.,& o jr? ::s!rari'.. "Ovy
y~ our wife on e of li -jXve~ r nlr:n--------


Stea.mn *r (iTa- ( ly Wali I'.-obably

Nrw Y 1;:K. Feb. 9 -The steamer
Gate Citv o mte t'c)t:.an S;eamnsup comr.
pariy's Savannah :=oe. w.rc'h went
ashore i. ithe ` ASon:h itea'.a, lies today inside of the
outer bar witli her how bent. The ves.
slI is in good condilino and will probe-
biy float when iiuieued o' her cargoof
cotton. Tuere is not wuca sea running
tod'tv.
Ms~es Lvles of Fiorida. who were
landed from the st'a:ner last night,
came up to New Yorn by train today.
The (-ook<. waiters anti bartenders were
taken off today. Tne crew wili not be
permitted to land until tin captain re.
ceiveg orders L'o i ih shi.*s owners.
I iE A OVY--T- I; I s'".4( 1.%.
"I' I. I tK r I ta i t -ta 11t I % ;11 -

FIr Iny * I I:e lth ,: '-r I lt-- l) if ,'1 '. ,- .
l- il" liey |Jil'i>-;t ll ; ii l \\e 'l," -'i *,.' ti ly
t lip l: r
'I'lllt h !ti\Mt "- j n:tjn n, < I1, h !:;, .- t*, r I..
Aw'l I kn] w vby t l!e k, I ;: t'i..t hi tld oiu
Tlla:tit*in-of u -h. t iy \\ ',a I, : '. t -,, jp!'"
Andil v- they w:II fIr r -'t.I w;as
:i 'ld wV t 1 :; .* tinl 'T ,,-..I .tstt -t.
I hlii- -'". i' % 4- 411: i.n l Iy N ick
A pti,- ;.-' ; id t iri ,,..--t- A r :: r
I wa f r l"-. q or iI\V, y t
f'i;aw :.: Ii r' it tII .;I:!t ',i- I call
o lt or r t ir ; i;'t > ,>. il. '.; ,1I-
(r,. t> :rfi l r'i > l d,,;,. w~i. ,, ,,,ad
hir .t 1i O w. (- 1-_t te. th i-lea; of
iut-ineu-- th erviii1 if r.-t);>a niieals
will h..- ;i, r atii eol ;nftrr tliu- w'#, k.
biut -lwi';al iordler- will .o -Ir#- d i at
:ilvIy it i-ir A of tiOe iiax or !lii Z'et.

Don't b11/ (m/iythin' in1
fitu rn iture or house furn i.s/I -
in,.' uIinil i /ol hare seen
.l(irstonm N'- Finch's stock.
Their prices are lowi: their-
sto/ck' is complete, and thei'//
will sell !1/O, iC/if t /f on i o 'I1i
on lon'r time.

Furniture at all Prices.
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WIN, HOP GO.,


-Importers and Dealers in-


ASSESSED THE RAILROADS.
State Board Irli.lpar, It%. Work After
n Lpi !
Mo'N1G' MHeY. Ala, Feb. 9. The
governor, tu secretary o: state and the
treasurer, roznstiu!ing the board of rail-
way asse(.sminut, after an extended ses-
3'.'n. have conpl..-red the assessment of
the railroad propt-rties in the 8ta'e.
No cuhages were made in the asse-s.
meant of the Louisvii~e and Nashvilie
ys.teim's prop-:rry, exep:ting some
slight chaLg s in the assessment of
roiling stock, and none of importance
were made in tue valuation of several
lines of the Central, Nasnville. Chatta-
nooga and Sr. Louis, G-or'ia and Ala-
bama or in any of the smaller inde-
pendent properties.
The a*sessment on the 200 miles of
new road of the Mobile and Oaio sys-
tem was increased truum 4.0 .0 to $5,000
per niiie; the new Georgian'- A odaiunia
branch of tne Loui.vy.io and was assee-it ac $1.u00) p-r muie, the
Seims and Meridian branch of the
Southern was increacea ','j0 rper mile,
and the assessment o; tne Pjant sys-
tenm's main line was lucreasea $2o0 per
m;le.
Tue total increase in the railroad as-
Petsnieuts (.ver the past year!' assess-
innts. including tLe re:urns 'rinm the
.ew roia.i., wi amount to over .$70,OUU0.
The returns :roni all tile co-Iu.anies
showed; icreased b Uiness prospiriny.
lry,.,, to, p*.|k oa l tliIln.
RA1.' uIG, Feb. I. -W. J. Bryan ac-
..pt, D-emnocratic .-tate Chairman Si s-
'-i 1-' lv:itaniL oi t) sprak here next
lu-; av evnini, 'Th, -ch'i;:tirnian leav-s
ti IL: ir,.Lii;i'i nrns to tl:e i .ivor anti
tile 'itA '" n n' l 1 : i 1ni i .erio wAli ite a
on "r-,.- t -' van; :ia:d a u niu ber it:; D- in r --t"' -t ';< l1:1nttleezul n and
sonc ot:.or l :i' cit:'ic leIaders.
( 11 t i *! ( < o* V (.l'.
Mli.lI '!: !.xII !.E. (ra F- ). 9 -Cap-
tatu K H l'R-:r., the -ut rnintendent
ul tue bltt ..ui ~l:.r has :.old iarst
year's c. ,in r- i ),' of it: ari:: Tl:e
total w.as ,. bile. aud t', cenur per
niaund w:n n .i. t&, ilt wil.; orlpi $.0,-
UUo or ti-..,i 'lin.- wVlt c'(vor the
opj :a:.iu; ex iIt's o 0: it3a larli last
year.
.\.'= a .11, 1 y :ti.v, Fled.
Ci1!'A,,. I"(t-. i9 --A special to The
'Chro:ic!., :ranir \VWshiigton says: T'ne
war (ie:3ar'mint re iieves that Aguiualdo
bas e.ecal-td from the as:and of Luzon.
Tue department o! :ia.s would not be
surprised to near frou aim next as in
London or Parls, in company with
Agoucilio


SPRI


HUMORS


Complete External and

Internal Treatment


$1.25


Consi.ting of CUTUC'RA SOAP 253c. to clease the
skso of crusts aad .cales and gotten the thickened cti-
cle. CUTICURA OINTrIENT 50c .. to itWtatly eiMay
Itching. irritation. and inflmmatiUon. mad seethe ad
heal. and CUTICURA RESOLVENT (uSc to cool ind
clene the blood. A single set is often sufticleni to cue
the most torturing. disfiguring skin. scalp, and Meed
humor, rashes, itching. and Irritations, with oee of
hair, when the best physicians and all other remedles
tail. Sold throughout the world. POTTER DRUG AND
CHEM. CORP., Sole Props., Bostoa. ", ew to Cwu
Baby Hmers." free.









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'For Your Family or Your Horse
\\), Keep on u
Hand AlwaysSloa 's Liniment

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Rheumatis, Cramp and Colic
S- l ; a i )r- l :.i i i '
Cnnhe taken ianterna'v or crt. rinai lv. Y,w.i i Ii .arr:i!.tctl lo t1 in ,
every wayv :, r.i-c ei .ed n.l .7 d, ,I..,.'v. I
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tt- ;at iol .
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PLNSACOLA.
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OPERiA HOUSE.

ONE NIGHT ONLY!


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Chinese and Japanese o-,,) PLAYr :


*--Fancy Goods,,=*
No 31 M~outh Palaf x talreer.


Laundry Otfice


WAITED.


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Great Specialties!
ALL TIHE F-AVI'ITE-V3'


Pr. ACLA. F.A Pop0ular Pricts: 10, 20 ac8 30 Cents.


TO-NIGHT,


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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.

-I, 0,1 ...S .. 3 |U0. e POLITICAL AIDOICII
If0a Or m" lTISPEC1_- 0e o nes. i F. ,aKElando"fprop W,.
SOUR 11Baterest to Pneei.e Colored a doa I foreign language r.
IltNb Cawtba' oSrvatory Prvate I ere aan m f a -oetor
Am to ranh I.H. 1L. Purcell. a prominent colored Of -$T 4, PDr Iemble pract&.. I- -
S k .S Ta b.'h tof t-uli I ranBl t .'.. attorney. late of Palatka, naa lo- h I ai sd lutermt of s-i myE.- o
cated here and ha. handsome office. ---~ Cu'Tl l-lt.
K ,No-*bk Yr..-e:n. ,t runabyt, Liverpo-.l A pleasant imusi.al entertinmEpnt -F 't'T FLWEKS- arid k'oral L-:a ar sel f cadid
How the Daily News' Best Pa- to',rl-r L'.l LA-r' K- a Ii pir. -r S rpt-et do.eana order fr clom-' b.-en
-- Nor s0k k r -r .ra* Jen.'c. u der- the dir'ctiCO, of Mr-. DD \ Ver- A. ar C- na f.n p .- r .I vi.$jstllte M or deo. r Weo- : 0-.r' r.T "hercb of ieboyBblo cooM yI. teslaw _.
trons Are Prosper ing '- Hvr*, I* L (, o "y Carr will be gien at Clutter' pr of t --. *,-L. M .#r. .ao C r. '.lim ectio. J" C. AA'P
Srns rp r r.r. B:r.gas.. 0'1, pt*..'-r L. hat h;. st=I hak M.,nday niz-It. F b. 19. .-'t
S--- 1~*, -. uX*. I I-''rcm. wes 1i nt talented lady i aILi.-tant prini- 1-- I'ow4-r- IEr -'1 n -ru Foe Clerk of she 1Circui erU'l.
Harli-p.' ,i to W L Wituc0 a._t cpal of the West Flotrida Baptist MO'I- '1" L.-.,-D- *_ -.--~ I her*b. announcY-O y**i*ll a es S
T rib ah ea 'l. ,r.. -AB e.ctm n Ha. l.a.rt s h1,ib r. ;. Ateror.. ,r-ton AI'Mdene.y and has a mu-ical and -* t,,. ,' '- r wr. 'iE u a 'r N 4 f .r.-.. for dEO ? F U Ai*le
t -1. LNEY T- 12 L- Es P. Ir rpro tly n re.r'ue'- -r-p-c.h ii.--.. I. Pf Esambsa Wonty a3
I--.l>,oee the Loll After the Holl- Nor Ldr 4 ia 7-.. o J-oU.-. to P i -.iary --udio over t,. PsA na- I br.r.-'ty ;,: A. F -r. .- r : V" iette Mormo. 1:-4 w -: e.'- -T nEd *: At. Support of th vt:,rI
W. -.Ai i.Litu'-r c ;a Dr[u/ Co.'- -tTre on Norrb Pala- .cu .".. la tf x -::--t. ':f pt. ;s -r .. Wiho l.lrke it Tohrtogh the Col- .'' K-Ae-r to i h1- qu' rtt-rly in,-ti-.z of tr edu- ] oans megoti*ed. 6 to 8 per ceNL lAII,(t (oo .I) For CircaP Cl rDk.
=mof- t.he T1.P ,ti'na,,l co,,vrt-i,,,, f t. fl:-.: WV--t Bankley & Damiell. m..;tfTo the votr of Esmba 'unt.
mo ofe NeuaTPPO F.*,orld' .Mil-.ir:ary Ba; t.-t a.-c. \- -R.M. t1&R .H EkIRNE-MaufSctr-r T rbaroEc rns -
Mr. H. Muller l- c ,brati n tr. *:.n t.i1 b, .id a.aMt. wl. H i z-t Lthe e of e k of at -
*lne, b Uttvy .r.,,wt, of r.i- bu-D'--- V aB I 1 PO T : 'Iret, :t lit 14. ;11. b. 17 A E :V P I-;l r '.I (1,A!' E street. EPAam s ounI St m fAA N %-'- 6
by tro t g t,..--if t, o of tLe armS aI .,n-t f..rg -t til men,"i-n' x.r- .iTI. 4.LI. bare she nUp rt of AL f .-d %a
hb adst nm t (.ut.'.-r al-. it towr, r A- T. .t. Am:tti. to BH ar*. r -s:. e a- -- at th,- E-<*<,ujbi H igh -n t....l Lii l ME1- P" -t- -rL
It Ia a Tr.eu- l. ; :.* w.ll ainottl r Andero-. t,, B r*. -".d .vd T2- 7 *. The I.u-lc(al pro- r A T l a Taw -Itc.r
t"; w-ighbt of a tiir. HI- manycu,- .j L :* V wi;! b. t .-ltif--t #-v-.r pro--enit- rWA h KKR, MN. t1. J'L-5. 1arhby annouonc, my ,* ah cr d.d1-
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K ,, : & '.r:, ;.. ,, 1,,w Tr., \ ,-t i ,iism,- -t- r%. air.. I ,A,,1, .,,I' F or sale
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your ,ord.-r wih ., l t] -ii
soon=., aM,_ IIUCheally w new, to-
Pollfx. ltu%. ,;; rcatt-ry RoadI 1).-c
Soil Ca; & i. r- .. '," : ,.,- iv- Sgether with fTKo-story build"
ing.oua Setitz w in thin[:.'- t, T(o,-r.- n11 li*ittr m ,dicini- for thil. b
S~kat. W Ratc'h Tl l i. N ;\v- for t I.ir ih., tt.n '.thanht-rli i.- C,,uih j eeth new
appr v.: ....v 'i 'i CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEKee ro. Filer
S- f--.r tN- wih ,.-.t.her- .ind .. .,i li owe Mach iery. Ca-
('a;ll at A i.r-.i,' .JIwlry -tori l ,-u. It qui-klvy curn- thl-ir .... P ityt enf -tle to thirt
and I-t D)r. W l(c'x '-xv iri y 'i ,4.,u-*ii -, :.<1 'ld-. ir,-vE.iii, pn,.u- th u.Xf n r fe ty
eye' a> i fi- *! Irof .i;i. o a t he r-. riou- oni- j h e- .-- a* l w oisan feet ier d .f
gs...i- hat Sit-.in. i .,i.ou~r...coui, af ,a, v I.--u( ese goodss are all ttis8 Seasos BuyIqg aid will be UJploaded at aId Bargain for right; party
Don't m;- r- -2 l.,l :i,- t'.t:,2-,:" a- f Oln ... er one out o m an u-
,ver.tuis-it- .-. 0 J -.i.. i.. u.. it.I, .,ar,. it nit .ii cur. Below ,T.ar)ufaeturers r pricesbusiness reason
are int-t I-tmig. croup;. but wh iv na- a- a- the 4 r selling. For p articu-
-r-iupy c,' ou.ti appeoar-, will! prev-nlt ,
Ifyou wart th h.--t fr,-I. m .-at- in tho attack. Ien ca-. of whooping t1 ,z Infant,,.' nd ,,,ir.-,,- H f p r-- ..," ,1 4il:,<.. -,:k ... M n --,...-1 i ..- ir L
the mnark'o-t cill p:''.-.i 17 21 aau give.- e' irh it li'-fit thi- t uItt h iucu-. nt, .a-. nVrt- .rguii, 4.v.'ul- wlarp. i..e -.,,r-. ,c or i :. 1 r'oi '- iu -" L E E Dc. IE LLf T
your order to H. A. 'Wati rs. makia n it esi-i'-r to #-xp.ctorate. and a: pr >:. i ., ,an2l .
i--- --.-n-z th- *-v-ritv and frequency I.**I, a L.ad-- '. M-n" an, 'hi',lr-n'-r 4 h, \--,,r!'-t I H. iv 4 !r..- -d( .,n
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Road Eu.n'- At- ,n:a l',c- 1 l' .It- l a td Bra- r1 .. Pala x. trP.l t. a ol A ,fd or f-ii 5 .' e 4 5- 'I
e mutd Soeneet o ti- -c ..it "un- -d..p.. -i B Che I d Green G roeer
Patro t Jm T lh T f rree L a rg e S to res .%-.I '.u i rt ,1 V.-% ,,r ..,t ,,. '""p '" : ... "-l9
and aaachiul- '.; FIii. of F-1RNI tI E. Til fit :!4. u. -1 *. 11 f .4 20C I 2 -, PHONE 172
bile of \ :,t,.,lit lB.->l n.,tl, S@t,-t-V, e -r :-lar.ch .Kl:.i-k ,a ,il r, H.,-inr'ta. I ; ..r. ;'I, t, ,, -s,.. p..r ,, $1 40 r.-.h' Tl'r tn,-..e and \rtivr M eat-.
E-pecially tt a attractive bh r.a aini ar.. -hw n i, '-n : 'rt-tty. n-atly.- R" 'I I tt -ii r .y ar- rua ,-,, 11 ,r -al- ck -s l 1 L i-rin
Stff-,r-d for -il1 n-xt week at 'Con. en i. tini .-cl-d Iak1' oak H -droom it ait- at r, 1,) 1t. \ 1ur sI-.. ".,,p, ry a ;'. .i .! 9C ri country
JFriedman & Cu,'s. Racket Store. inlI prie--. 1. : ttan and ('iCo blor S.at 4*. 1" er:in.It'a hl a,-k ,I -- (I :.k ""' I- ro, u Daily.,
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Jacohby hia a ntew advertiisemrntt Iigh. l- ok at thin. "ara. 58 k -1 Idur5r.8 t, .P- t;,. t h -IorI JOhnsOD d SOD'S tore,
in thi- I ui aind ill addition' to) it- M). PR YO 'S S ;, Hr a I c -atm, ro. 6 ,:ar u r .t. :.,- .. ::: -a .qr o iur 'i.Avv "' ,.r M ao r n,I,, li,,. ,. INTENDENCIA STREET
contents., hl- lsays ii. i ov,-r--tock, 1 d bargain .1- iri i-hiuitr H-. u-e. i. *...-- .-r. f..r t.I i -.-. i, orytrd v 4l ,.1 c -r,-: at !htr h-in w r*ttr at-, tIr.r- pr1 .
on fOne olives in i111all hottle,. at lo -
cents eachi.ati d -ha- i.- extra lairg- (i.-t Sain i 1-i-.' rices on Carpen- itg
pecans a* 15 rI nt- ., pound. Hie- i- tor-* Tool. itarde-i T.ool- and Shelf
preparing ,tioth,.r ,tI li- .,Irri., Hardware before you buy. an e Remember the Place, 105 S. Palafox Street, ..
for *.V+- public which lte will iniakt- li,)1ti.y. 7f-tf R the P 1 St
public il a few day- MLOYENT (J-i
.THKE l T TI>IC. Rinl up 3S2 or call aRt the office. F A WN a WlULL l nGlO a,
The v.-ry beet medicine one can 11 North Palafox street, when inl
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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 7


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


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,ii R,-pubtl.-,t s Po 1t T.i inhumRa..
: TA..I.AtHA_-Er, F.a., Feb. 9 The
.11 Repubiictu convention of the First
h.. congresaioual district was called to
- order at 4 p m Thursday. J N.
Coa >mlis of Apalacnitola. F.a and John
F1 Herr were elected de.t-gates to tue
-" national convention All are for Mc-
Kinicy Hessolutionq indorsitng ine Mc-
kiuiev a-.amintiitrat:on in every pvar;ico-
I, were euthus.a-ticaiiy u.iu: tvd.


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-x.;-,4 I I tu (St- ail ed antil iuursi bi'
no ii 'hs'in t-n Iscarsi the XWn-eimg ''.u
J in -71 A- mirm,'.'ata'ou Sly:, tI!-ILEal
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1 ';i i J i' A\' I.. M .til:.-,u . Feb.
14 A itW:s' .' aba .sit 1.'- au nliners hais,
since Monday last, be-n preventing the
nA rve.ttin of nsugr cane T'i- move-
ment is extending and trooDs have been
sent in all directions. An infantry post
ot -'5 men was atta,-ked and tired on its
a.8,aia>intL, killing nine men and wound-
lug 14
lirittish S-s.amenshili Ashore.
CArP HENRY, Va., Feb. 9 -The
weather bureau office at Kitty Hawk.
N. C., reports the British steamship
Honiton ashore 21' m:lcA south of Paul-
wfamie,'s Hills, N. C. The crew of the
Kittv Hawk and Paulgamiel's Hills
litesaving stations have gone to her as-
sistance.
John Collins Has Valled.
NEW YORK, Feb. 9.-The failure of
John Colins was announced at the
opening of the Cotton Exchange today.
Wlr C Illum said that his obligations are
not extensive and that h- is prepared to
meet all his bills as they are presented.
I) uiirr:raim (<'"il-ed to Meet.
WASTINoTON. Feb. 9 -A meeting of
the Democratic national congressional
committee has been called for tomorrow
nighr for the purpose of electing a
bhairnman and oiler oihctrs of the or-
gan nation.
MimaLtpr trtmUi- .Arreveba
NEW YoRK, Feb. 9 Oscar B.
otrauss, United States minister to Tur-
key. has arrived in New York on leave
of absence. During his stay here tne
minister will make an exianoerive re-
port and confe at l-ngth wita the stare
dep rtment regarding several important
que ioas regarding tee relations of bhe
United states with Turkey.
A Itatpirt t or .mti cs Wright.
Nrw O im.EANs.Feb 9 -Sam Wright,
a negro. was to .have been hanged in
Gretna, opposite New Orleans, today.
for attempted assau t on Christina Gas-
senberger, a 6 year-old child. Judge
Par.ange of the United States circuit
court. however, has granted an aspeal
nud toe ca-e will go to tae United
states supreme cour-..
II -nrv M. maiili-y Itatt-r.
I .ONON. Feb N -It is announced
today that Sir Henry M. Stanley. the
African explorer, aud Liberal Unionist
member of parliament fur Norsk Lam-
bttil. who was taken sudden.y ill with
gtastriti in nse house of commons Wed-
nesday night and wno was thought to
bt in a serious condition, has now prao-
ticaily recovered.
I had dtyspp-at foir yiar-. No
n '-dicinle- w-,s s-) tT. ctf v. s;- K; .di'i
ly-ppsilC ('urt-. It ive iiamediu :ate-
ri-',f. Two hobttl.- produced tiar-
v.-:, re-tults." write- L. H. War-
rtn. AlIbant y. W i- It ldiLr.-t w ::lit
v,,t1you F't .!t:e at f ill to ctire..
IHa-i;ti'.i PI13 llmacvy. Jotiu 1Sheppard.
K. Kahn.

lThe will he a regular
III\ t n 1 in o4f Mt. H]lreb I{.
A ('i.anter .i t; ., I M ot1i.


BOKRS CHECK


BULLET'S ADVANCE


His Royal Majesty, Priscus, Their Superior Shell Fire Too


Coming Feb. 27.


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The Ittoal Vac ht II-aring His High-
nlee Will Arrive Iif?' Palafox Wharf
at Hi--h Noon amid I'eiocu% Wll'i
Take ('a pit, ia~aI atE tile('t-mil
of Devils
111. alHi ghtivioP.-; ~ Kn
$4f the lP'*Ti-actola Carnival. will ar-
rive IIre- itt hi5.rh1 noon Feb. 2T. Tl'lief-
glad lidii i.i2. wtaleItIIIouIa't-IIId by

night u fs'114,wA:


Hot for the British.


Butler Ile-cided Not lma Ire-~.4pv Aan e
By That IRoute-'Melhnahld Wilds

C.avair)v Heips lucimto Bace'Il~k
Ilhe Iteersa
LAIN laN. Feb). l.-TL!- puo-'itiol
t akeil bY ( ;it-n. IHILIler 4filt t 1)e-' north
bank of the Tug-ela p~roved ;A ditlicu'ti
one to hold. The regimeplts sfeli
across a,; reiiiforcemieit, went inlt~o
t~ie front litie of tr#maehos, but owing


THE NIVERKIM il. CAI'-LE CO.. to the great strength of thet Hoer's o(in
(organitzdbyand unldersr.-ciaprott.ctiOnof Brakfonteili hills to the left. they
i;' KR40 Al. H It.MIiN -'S PRi 't S--KIN%(. I
itat,-.l at li. Hl hne l:PR al -- laN found it i l)O 'sille to advlaice withI-
To Ye of 'n-o.acenia: out riskinig an iunnecCssary lo-- of
Know all: That thi, lR.iv al Yahit hearing life.
His Hihnteiss m'rscus,. Kin.g, wit arrive at The Boers continued to -lhell thel
, -sir i atit ia;> l il as!. no on tite- _Tti day o)ft
.- "irI. latia. for lti.- purpthe- sf r-.lv day o British po.aitiLon and S-evral of IOg
tokens of allegiance from ahi .obj->-vt%. Toim'cs ihellls burst (on Zwart Iopje-,
Tieretore. i.w it known' That for that day but the Boers could not iget tiMe
all loyal subj.e-t are duir.cted to lay tai(de
all husines. care. anld the ordinary affairs ranIte.
of life. put on gala itttrea and prpar,' to do flT- British gtills po- ted there fail-
homage to your sovereign ed to silence Lon? Toi or tht- tht
it i- expressly commaniid.d that 1(ol the e to ence LoI Tom or tle othet
oce-i-on of thisotfficial visit hilarity. joy masked guns and the Bo -rs coi-
and peace %-hail reign supre-mne. tu-li-ring tinued to work their Norl-enfeld -,
uilt) your city ail era of r-naw--ud pra-perty on l the British infantry etr.-i 'cied
ansl happiness. By direction (of
A t.-t: P.,t-c i ,in the hills, the fire bein, very ,e-
E. I- 1-V., KVingb -) lti--> t. vere at tim es.
'.ciettiry (' M.-s. l,,yal H.-rai. Wednesday afternoon (;o.n. iltl-
The kin i will be giveni a royal ler decided not to prI).--- tl. ad-
welcom)l'e by his loyal suibj-cts, who vance by that route.
have planned an elaborate demlino- The transport train in< ve.d back
-tration mto clo,-e with a grin.l Mardi and the infantry retired from Vaul
(ir:is ball. I rauii. T .'ef Boer- r,,t a la'Itg linilli-
Tthe stree-t p:age:nt will be- the -hpr of gtunl- iil po-itioTi lid -iielle-d
in.-t geort-ous f e-r --n I:1 \V.-teVrn the trantisport traiin, th HBritis i a1ti-
Floridla. with maii lifiti'.i t t! I 'at- :tn,! replying, but thtf : iiupfriritvy ao t!he
1iian1yv ulliqi(-ll feattur,-- tnot i ,- ts -t HI er -li f ire i' lde-t!tr l adval -t itl-
-*1 which will b" th, dri!l of t:- posi' -bl,.
I,.vil- commanded v 1i0 :1at ,nC tiFen. McD0na!d'- ,rioi'. ,,r--
M aje-ty in per-oti. w-re too lili K ooid: .f-i...t lit a;til
l-.xc('l ii Nirata-s will bh. l.iv,. 1l; buil. a fort at that pi.-!,ti,>n. it: !i-
th,,+ i r.iilra, -..Is f tit l ; a; extr-m-n lv diy ( lli -tilt l,.ii,
A .... < u i o. 1 ,. 1, ] ill!, t,-rllil atill ., . t i
A, -..g utla o a0.'CtI. t'..;. -',,it .t t!ei: n-.rrth liink sI tii"
NrwnRit.ity, S. C., Feb. 9 -A sa e of r v, r .:t i t :io. )--t h ('I,,l lI wd- t,-
1,667 bales of cotton hv the Newberry l 0 i:l -t,',oi work- :iro'- t I, ct. 't.
Warehouse company to U. McR. Hi)lmes 8t IT ,,'r at%';vi(a.d ;alo:g, t",-
breaks the record here for the largest t, withi' 'a a Td l.ta s ',f ti .
single transaction in the staple. Eight it -1s l, ti',l ;sit l t ountt, ; wo
cents was paid all round and the sale ii t p1 Itta '> iln gnl lvis-ahl
amounted to upwards or $63,000. i',,i t:. .tiphtin. t['le-v alo hole;d a
10- ,1!# r (1';[ft tlhrf-v aile- to the w ,- t-
Sint,- convention n Ordere t. w;rd.
,Blod M1i t'ttn- sent ;1 l;irg.e for'
(' I i. MBiAS. C., Feb. 9 A fn im eet. ,f a vir, r a ,tl tw o hors latt.tli -ns
ing oa the state Republican executive ul(Idr tlG-ln. lHabitngton to -urrotiuid
cotnzi'ittee here ordered a state convene. ti" ,l+ rc.
tin, t oe,'.ct delegates to meet March 2)'. N, xt morning hi e found t(l it the
SisI,:-nl McKituley wa- strronglyv in- '.r- iat ti l.-d from thie lower drift
ir-a-.l by rte,.u':itn. c., was uis admiu tbut ,ill occupied tlit- lill, whicl
-:; .A t.1helv'' :o l.s. left when' they s,.t th- l l lt-
--i force "approavhinLt. Habhingtoni


Tt.. k -' "'- S* n il I v w -i.
WAIisu`IoIN F.--. 9 -S-a-or Nel-
son today iutrou('ed ant ameuiment to
the currency bill ermititug the organ!-
za'.ttr; o0 0 atiLnai banks in towns of
4.0 0 itnhAhiauts and over with a capi-
tal ,f (..,,J- ).
110 A-t ----- tIIcao I.
liH.i?'n.g on 'la lth CiLatle' illlt.
WAsHIN(To'N. Feb .9 -The senate
Cubnu committee today granted a hear-
in. on the bill authorizing the construc-
tirn of a cable by the Cmnrnercial Cabse
coiu.pinaln between the United States
and Cuba
~,aS< i e.s l raopi llu nlll'c.
La,.M)'>. Feb. 9.-A specIal dispatch
from Cairo says the mutiny of onda.n-
Pse troops at Khartoum has assumed se-
rious proportions and is causing great
anxiety.
An Editor's Life Saved I)y Chanmber-
lailln' Ctl i u It nlledy.
During thie early part of Octa her.
I";,a. I contracted a baJd 'cold which
s ttlf d oAbn im luitis atnd wa. 1T -
l-ect-di unti! I ft-ared thatt caii-titilp-
tion had 'appeared in an incipient
4tate. I w~ts con-tatitly cotii zhinh L
:ind trIr init to expel- .'.o- l thiln which
I could noat. I het-alne al:rin'-d aind
;ift,'r irivini r th. local doctor a trial
bought ta hoittl,, of Chatle-ilaitn'
oL',uirh l I-p.Ady and th'- I'l-'lt wIa-
iitllediate improvement. tatl alte-r
I had used three bottle- mlly tlunil
were resto)repd to their healthy -:at-.
-B S. EDl'WAHI')-. Publi-hir of 'lihe
R-view. Wyatt, Ill. For -al, lby
Hiannah Br)s. 21 S. Palafox -tre'e-t.

Itinanar-k'a Ir.an Nerve
Wa:s the re-ult of hi- splendid
Ijealth. Indoi,.itabl- will and tre-
iendotus etnlergy are tnot floulnd
where Stomiach. Live+r. Kidnetr and
Biwe-l air out of order. If you
wAtit tho-li qualities iand tlah "uct e---
theyv bring. u-- Dr. King'- Ne-w Life
Pillf. Tl'ly develo-p ev ry powe-r of
brain and body. (Only I'25c at W. A.
I)DAlleihert'ts dru2 -tore.-.

Shelf Ha-rdware and H ue-htol.,l
('onventiences in great v.iritety -it
rock boitttoma price-,. at I-aac-'. cr-
tnr Palafox and Rom,.n.ia. 7f-tf

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our house. We have.
,t larie a-o)rtliment of Citlc'hes. Bed
L.otiinges. Toiilet Mets and Bedrootn
Suitet-. Iron lledsteads a:t 4 tip.
0. M. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furniture House.
Iffy PiAeninp nip m i MJi-irf-


v' gorot -.v -l lled t ,i-n .- tt,'v
ils'.'d.

'l liE: INTI('KY WAlt.
Troutl (' M y i',ollow Atemipt to Ar.
rest Ii'gi-latluri.
LM> >N. IN vy., Flei. 1a -T-he -ce-
z,1 [&t--at-arms of tht. ho)ua. aind
e-inatt left here on t-he north houitnd
train thi morning with warrant< toe
ari e-t ab-ent democratic members of
booth lilusews of the legi-lattre--.
Trouble miay result from this .action.
FKANK IFoRT. Feb. 10.- Indication-
that G)overnor Taylor will inot -ignl
tlhe peace protocol are L'ro)winTi more(
apparent Rtepu)blicans here declare,
tltt at lt l t li ha-I 1plaintly the- vwill-
nitl1 h lh:ttii axld will i no(t yield t!,e
-ave-i l ri,- ip. i.

TIK.NSVA.L IMEi.II ION.

.S- nataor Allen's Iesolutiion Adaopted
To-D)ay.
W A.\- I1Ni'I'.N, F.-b. a1) -No o-i))j-'c-
tiorn iheing m ade the- considerationi of
Senator All-Tn'sre-olution foar media-
tion in the Transvaal war wa.i taken
up to-day with only a d'zen senators
pre-ent. llefor)e aniyoni, realized it.
the re--lutioin was put to a vote and
adoptie-d.
S.-ito,: Pe]tttus dsn-iand(ed the y-;as
thil n:lys. bhut as the resolution had
beeu declared adopted Senator Al-
lunl oje-cted. The chair su-taitied
himn baut asked senator Allen to pre-
mIit a vote to be recorded and let the
resolution go over. Sentato)r Allen
('co Ti- tedtl.

BOY'S PRESENCE OF MIND.
Saves His M.'th~ier *rid Sisters, bill
ih,-,- II 0 OwnL I'lr.
HELFNA. Ala Feb 9 -While Mrs.
James Sicki -s. her son Dump and two
httle daugh-ers were returning home
on foe t ;.orm tue tuueras of her eldest
daughter, they w-ri overtakien by the
fat sauu:nbound mail train on the Lonis-
vil e and Nashv:iie rai.road on a high
trestle near Tact)n.
With rare re essence of minu the boy.
who was oniy 15 years o d. swung his
mother and miaters down to one of the
cross sills under the track, but before
he cou.d save himself the train was
upon him and mangled him to pieces in
sight of his horror stricken relatives.
The latter, clutching to the timbers,
escaped in sa ety.
Small Cotton Area I'rged.
MoBILE, Feb. 9.-The Daily Regis-


,,r ti tt i utiwU In" ATItig III .u~tivatiug
mIAIi OA)i~A ILa iai Its c, iup.tred uiv a
.arge cropt, urges. thin tuit4 pianters re
Ir~iia trow overcropp III nextiI Oaliu, 5
they seemu disposed to do.

.*A.1 GEN. LAw IoN,
B )41v Laid to Rtest With Malitiaw)


WASI.NOroN, Feb 9.-Major Henry
W. Lawton was buried today in the
National cemetery at Arlingtin. The
services at the grave were preceded by
those at the Church of the Covenant in
this city, where Presuient H. M Stryker
of Hi-iltoun college. New York, deliv-
ered A funeral oration that has seldom
h)en equa.llel in beauty of expression.
nor coulhi it iave been in more perfect
ac'word with 'uie )pir.t of ihe soeema o0o-
uoaion that caed it forth
Never in tue history of the capital ba
there been a more representative lgath-
ering of toe nation's official life to pay
a last tribute to he nation's honored
dead. N mark of military pomp and
ceremony v tnai 'e regulatii.ns could pro-
vide was wanting to render the oca-
siou so.enn and impressive.
Nearly all the available troops of the
regular and military remaining in this
country were called out. Three ton-u
sand men, infantry. cavalry and ar-
tillery, tolowed the flag draped oaisonu
to the graves.
Buat mere official formulae were
dwarfed beside the deep popular demon-
stration that the burial of she dead sol-
dtier cal ed forth. Every department of
the government paid its official tribute.
The president and his cabinet, repoe-
sentatives of the supreme court, of she
house and senate and of the army and
navy, .til combined to filed the darkened
church to its utmost.
Eut these official representatives of
the people were lost in the great crowds
that surrounded the church and lined
the streets aming which the procession
passed.
Lawvton an Ideal foldtir.


LIwtou was to the people an ideal
Atneric.an ,'l'e r. wihnoe cx:iouits inll
thri e warp iul;ale hiii name a nionenold
%w rl, and wv.ho, b'iug a si,,dier fir.t and
r l.y. thingg to his chuidreii but the neritage
ut an d ionoret Iln.ile.
I, wai in tribute to this soliter's ideal
that Anericau g.-:iroaisty for week
past had vweit',il -'Tue L"wtn Fund"
bevywid all exi)ectation of irs oritminators,
at:d in furt n-r tribute today that the
great ontpsur' :g of citizetnl thlied th3
-trvets long before the hour when the
a-rvires at the eiurcen or the Covenant
were to coiuiltenoe o-er the hero whose
retiains had la in state under iuilitary
:u.trt trougiuoutt the sent watches of
Lth*i ni nlt.
S oft lights lamured above the chancel
wtiere flowers were piled railing high.
whiie aih casket was buried beneath a
loa., of roxss. lilies and whit carns-
LionU that uverflowed their narrow rest-
Ing place and ftil tn a pertnined ava-
lan,,_e to tile flor.
Slf. jouar,-ciaTairvYmeu frmu Law.-
ton'* old coini tild -sto Id at eacu end
of the 'atia.qu, s leunt and mioionleas
aj Uniftrrtuelii statute' and the hu-u of
'the e..,nt church was broken onmy by
thie soft tread of those whoPeutered with
bowed haiads to pay their last silent
tribute. to the bravo.
Prrotdi -nt o, niliI v airly.
President McKinley was among the
early comersr. ac'ompanied by the seo-
rotary of war They came to thechurch
with Adju;ant generall Corbmn, who,
assisted by Colonel Bangham. had
charge of the official arrangements.
Ti'n secretary of the navy, the secretary
of the interior, the attorney general and
secretary of agriculture were also there.
The supreme court was represented
by Cnief Justice Fuller and several of
toe aswsocate Justti:es. Admiral Dewey
is absent from Washington, but was
AfpTsented by (aptain A S Bark-er.
E -Secretary Alger was also f'rpseni by
proxy. having sent from Michigan Mr.
Vict Nr M -eIi hIl secretary while in the
war department, who brought a great
wreath of flowers for the already over-
laden casket.
The military committees of both house
and senate were preseut as well as all
the senators and meinbers who could
gain ac-ess to the church Army and
navysofficers in uniform filled moot of
the forward pew% and a nressof citizens
stood up at tne rear and in the wide
vestibue beyond the doors
Tne Presbyterian lnrial service was
read by Rev. Tennis Hamlin, pastor of
the church. and President stryker then
delivered the oration.
Ca.vairy The casket. iightened of pest of its
burden of flowers, was lifted to the
shoulder* of troopers. irne down the
aise to the street. past tne great crowd
outside and raised to the caisson wait-
ing at the door.
The waiting ranks of cavalry moved
forward and closed about it as a guard
of honor. O rders flung from rank to
raok down toe crowded avenue brought
troop after troop and platoon after
platoon wheeling into line
Then. with a rumble of wheels and
clash of trace chains, field and siege
batteries joined the procession, and the
hero of three ware moved on his last
inarch to his final resting place on the
Virginia hillside beyond the Potomac.
TO) THIEF PUBLIC.
I have ju-t received a fir,,- ,'t ,,f
all kinds of c'aridi,- and --Ali t!-t' ti at
very reasoa1ble- price's.
M. M. Lsar e. .', cn t- prer pti.nd.
Chocolate Droi-i. 21 e-i- Lpr'
pound.
Multai, Mix'-d. poiund- f-r 2i,
cit-.
All Faiicy Mix, d C(tlidy. te' ho -t
-ev-,r brou)ti tit to P't-ii-e coia.ti i oc it-
pp-r pound. Call and ,-pc for your-
I .lf


\EU' WORK


BY BJY Bj L31


Interesting Report From Busi-
ness Agent of Carpenters.


Intmers % Witlh C'. P. 'arker Abvue
I''eiiantla'H Sky H-rAper Olke
llintildi, g-New Builklinxcm and H*-
p.sir Airk Iteini Ione I by Ustow


f- .r C. k. j'inn 'iI H a -treeS.


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CARNIVAL KING


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Worknimn.
.Nles-rs. Watt- A L.,- i- are build-
ifig a ietat cotta.;t- for Jo,-ph Licata
'n D)evilliers -.,r.et iiear Romana.
Wolkinen :at Langtlord'. -hip yard
have launched th;'- two lighter
which they have ina,.:rlv completed
atilI have' -tarted to build two more.
nI Olln carp mitt-r-- Iaive neatly re-
paired th.d il*llinig .at 2:;l Weet Ro-
tmaia street.
Those. I. Ti urtr r'l-ie-f train diq-
patcher f- r thisd.!vi-iion of thei L. A
N. I. It.. i- havinl- a be.ttaitifil little
two-story re-id,,cve, r.rct#ed on North
Hill, corner ,f ':alafox and Detolo
.atreetai. M. J. ('lark has the con-
tract.
The -tore rooi, f<'rmerly occupied
by C. H. Turner at ;4 South Palafox
- Rader Furnitiure CO., al-o a nest
-table and wagon -hed for the same
firl. Mr. J. 1). ltendall had the
contract. Mr. Ja< McHugh'v reel-
d-ine i- aomnipl.ete d and Mr. Kendall
and mlnif have bee-nt kiept busy pateb-
inig itiuiierom' roo-fs. t.- past week.
TTh- dwelling bhing built by acrewr
of uniiiii imen at tit- tcornir of Jack-
onll and D)-villier-. -trv#t-t i- 4com-
pl -ted itn l occpit-d.
TlI- W. A. I)'Al liilh rte addition
,ovr WValkt-r' book mtorc- it com-
l itt"d. Tile building will be used
ifr I llioe-. saliu will 1be ocutled by
IDr-. Slinploat., Bruic M'vCreary and
M.1,M IIti>
t, re--idenl' I' Mr-. EK M. An-
dai-n-tin. Tn-lr tfi, !ii'tr rof Palafox
inl t i.id l-di n -trt *t-. wLiiih caught
;1tid Wa-' *C :i-id(lra lily iatinaged by
tir, a to w da.iv- a;:,, iha. been re-
()v- r-d itti -liiii.:l'-. it i-w porch
lput Ioni il front and -v''-rAtl other
caliil tes hlave bee-t liInitl- on the it-
teo.i r. whl ch! i- i 'iarly fini-lih d.
W\Vrk oni thi- nlw additio'i t< the
hta-pital at thi,- co,,rn.-r of ( >rdenit and
ltayle'i> street- i- prolrre--ir.: nicely.
'l'h'h workmi-ia liivr a. ;tlott ',iitpleted
the storinm tieathiin anlit t-hia linig.
Thl above two) j is are oitrac'l of
A. V. (lubbh.
Mr. J. C. (reeni I lihavirni a new
chert Aidewaik put in front off hie
property frim Ilayie street tip Bel-
ii t It* Al'aniz. ti>'On i lip Alcaoni
ahtit half way of t'he- Ilock. Mr. M
K. Ilvil- ,ha1 tie c.,iiontric:. Mr. Da-
vi< ha al ., p)i.t cotinpll-to d (I hand-
-~o'I ;rtrfileial 'otia" prech floor at
thei rt-ar .ot J. A. Walker a- hook store.
('ity Tax C<,llector N.il- McK.
0)- rting h!a-t c oitracted with Earneot
Sthiak, lIford for four f .utr-rooin eot-
t;ii '- to iwe ele.cte-d oit, Eit-t (iadoden
'tr,-.t The work i already pro-
.t#-*-4..ilL rapidly.
Mr. Turner tanA completed the
Wailkr Aiider-a.ni r'-idelice on ja.
liua -treet, betwee-n Palifaix and
H:tylnii tre -t-4. Thi' building la of
haTid-,in, dit--iigln, th material the
be-t in the market, aind tht work-
manat-hiip cannot t lbi- 'x IIleld.
The old school buildumL- on Church
-t ',-* t ha- bhl'n rlemiov' I and turned
int, ait vt-iy d,-irhble -dwIllitrc.
Thl- rnew cottage. of Mr. Mcarrett
Mr.'.,a (li-f to thi-e dwellimi abovt
minl-tin Tied i nearly n'iiia.,ed and
will b" coiplttd ld the ienext tea

Mr. Turner ha-. antise-r r, pair job
uitir way whi.-h t ,A o lKaot Ht-
ii:tria -treet at No. Itl. a'er,tlied Dy
Mr. NS Joyni-r. 'lI'h- rIroof 1- h-ingre-
-lhigile-d al w,-ll a- -, veral other
ti, c,-'ary rep tir .
In :ill iiit,'rview with t'. I'. Parker
th- Potleie d, LpouII htio!t l ai Inten-
di.tTia( street. Mr. l'ark,'r -tat-di that
li'- had closed a d(-lal with H. It. Pitt
for the property juwt north of the
po.to,,fle. Inow occu4('U d i"i t. the Har-
gis pharmacy. J. M. ('o;-'-: b ok-
-tore, Nic Apo,-tle*'- re.-tairant. TwlI
DAILY Ni..ws anid HI.. r. Vite'P lob,
printing plant. an;d that th intended
toa e:;e-t a 'ix--taory t*..-l and brick
buildings, with all the- modern con-
velnii-nc--, to be light-d with elec-
tricity from it- ownl plant, to have
hot and cold wate-r it every room.
with two pa;s-n''-ger ,I vatore aod
'on' freight el--vaitor. I he- building
i, to be. N f t'' front antd li, ade-ep.
'Th re- will ,e- c,.r p'trat.ive-ly little
e:lrp. at-r work atboulit thi, tlu ldinr.
The- n :tet-ri tl prmin;ipally l i-e-d will
be' -te-e-l, > ri-k. l t in e v'.
Mr. i'ir ke-r -aiIt l- woulhi [,le corn-
;e-ll a1 to hrinji w,|rkrn-ir, re to do
the irn work.' rilt tC'- '-.rpfenter
work tie iitn.i'Jerl to ive- ** the Pen-
-a'l unionLil tii ri.
It ;st r;.-r. frtn r,- Uk that he
:nt-t hav hd -;,,-n,- -..\; ria-nIe with
oil- noInmafi tl'-a 4. i-anl iis' ',,t want
t ,' t,-, t. tr i t'.-d witt. -t lt o'f uO -

if'" fourth* r :tt'., t'" at was
ha- artily in -yrnI;ai: t.y w' **r, anizzd
1.0 > ,r. W ,-,m > !I ,.'* l.,il tw t ',,fome
ri:, y r ,ore- -.n'i- i;.t t' sur city
M r. J. M I "r:, 1 ,- ',I.; lt-t ,'l *'..
'i, dutiful tw..--t-.ry adw-lling for Mrs.
tfTnrv \Vr:.'tt n rI a-t Iitegaory


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Being



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at Nearly



Halft Price



Underwear,

Hosiery,

Handkerchiefs,

Shirts,

Suspenders,

Neckwear, Etc.

at less than


LEVY POU


CO.


W9-511 S. PALAFiX s.




GRAND SALE

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-FOR-


o t 46,/A ft DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


PETITIONS WILL BE FILED.
CommIel For K-usucky R pubiliamI
at Ci-cinmnti.
xciNCINATi, Feb. 90-Former Go"
ernor Bradiey and other counsel from
Kentucky wcrk-ed nearly all night on
their petitions wuich are to be neard
before Judge Taft in the i'nited States
circuit court of aLpeats next Monday
tern .on
Tnes- attorneys refuse to give out
their petitions for punoiiation, but it
waMS larn-d on gKou aUtnority that
there have been two petitions prepared
to be tilled next Monday. Governor
Hratiley was emphatic in stating tnat
the Ietitions in no wife affected either
Governor Taylor or Lieutenant Gov-
ernor Marshaii and therefore would not
:n any manner conficta with the pend-
ing conferences for an agreement.
The first petition is one in which the
Republican state officers orner than
governor and lieutenant governor pray
,or an order restraining Democratic
coats-stants from further interfering
with the plaintiffs in the performance
of their sworn duties.
The petition recites how the returns
from the 119 county boards of elections
showed that they were elected, and how
the state board of elections in canvasa-
ing the returns confirmed their election.
The second petition is brought in be-
half of citizens of Louisville and other
parts of Kentucky against the state
board of election commissioners, to re-
strain said board from further interfer.
ing with the government of the com.
monwealth. and it sets forth at great
length the facts in connection with the
election of !ast November and the dis.
turbances to busiiOes and the best in-
terests of the comminvwealth that have
been brought about "through the efforts
of contestants to reverse the result of
faid elie('tion."
The petitions are sai to be the long-
est that have ever bien prepared for
fling in the courts here.
EX-CUTIVE SESSION HELD.
Republi ans at L rla, in PLA.t to I:r'to g
In Abhel mI e.


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IS


Blood Poison,,
Those who have never I ini Blon.! Pol.
son vaun not know what a d ''-t.r:r t a von.-
dit in it can prjd :we. Ti'iis rerribid
dii-ease whiioh the d4,'(t.ors are totall-
unable to cu-:e. is ('(iiiM1r1 ieat,,d fro:-.
one generation to anotL.'r. inllicting itq
tainit upon countilt-ta inri~iov-',t 4I ot-t.
4',.n4 ye~a rA &aTo I~i-i %414.'!I..1wit,'tpv4o
t r iturm-. wit'*ii myJoy L.t cwi ,-i'.tAJLu
t:,.:.,. 'i -- !.tip ad.'%%a,.
UT)4 :44 h4- fearrul 1)441. .q
k-i'-i'.i':gy":ir- I a.Uf-
v~a.- ~ niiewr-. .~
aiid ui,,r'. froui ith :.i t.)
14i.41. & nip Ri l a?! :z.a .t4'
,, w o -i t i'*Lringti~r i a.-..tt long 4.
v-Rr. .itI ?retmi'n Si t
oaIphyivi:'ai"1 !411i'"
"i tyIreate'l 114"..,it :li.!I .
fi-rrv and po'ttlAch-e'rnieul to add fuel1 to the
% 11 ]tnni -'u 111teih %%a-s, evi )i v.i Ur; v_- In e. I wAr
adivt'.e'4t v fro'rtd- vwip, i:s. -# i iiwonderf'i.I
cur-? ni- 151"Iv it. 1to 4rv if 44-'%-.('ilic W
mr br'a4:%-h'ni' !44r Ii. ii 4:,hATa)Iiii -4
&a;.i in. I 1111 '-44v4'4I hr.!4i~i :w -art. anti a(,n
p.Itl, and.1 o.r''-et tvii,- 1),-'r#-ti ft. 14 S.
I-144 th., e i N 1).od relzilwdi v.'-,:i ithpe- deS
pe ra to, e&$it-. 4.N11I T\. I19.F.
SAw* !i.~ir:y.. Ala.
Of the many bloodA reint'al-s. S S'.
i-. 01'. only ('ne wlioih 0:111 1U-ieli bi'i
ecirit per-fi't ly ull ':111dtr 1,11"i
the reach of oth.'i renit'dio'.4


IS Pt'! I'LY Vva;E r lOX. andit ;thle nly
lii41riiiitly 111ri-ratt.4d 1 0' 411:1ill fno
ni~''i ranoe-l. i 4'1'fl-, rt .:iff


L 's. Ky., F:e. s- It waq a- UNIVERSiTY :N FINE SHAPE.


parent this morning ni't the pr, -. -1.
oigi in :h- .ei oa;;ore tolay will vary
from the p'-rfur:cirv sessions ot the
past two days. The senate wl:l Ileet in
ex(ecutivo sessionn at noon i',ie senia-


Iag.Atte'aitoe,t' .- f :al~i.''i~iI

0~.~Aia e -T Ui
qerI' y ut A,;' I -L ai' 4t.Iilovv ii: L, greater
degree (I ..fr 'peri'y than e-ver 1letori- in


t4.rs ziu-f,,-e to Ucus, rae ru1'"afor We r ts tis.orv f-.1)1fTears Itnox has 24l5it)
-i-r: '4~1,fl .fl~4'fl.4 1) :rrnoane tile ', iterarv


iii, otth- I. u-. ctoodaround
r. t Ie rr'-' t u, ii.4 ,,r n InuE: ta ihi;iin;:
'u'e"!Y aiiti*gl *;. tInt -!vt!'aof the 1.ro)ta-
-'it il aseiion
W1 t: L I)i r.p,
1% v. t*4 v'I yti Lt ,I d Il
V.v. I *r. r.i ,, j hon to lay.
V 14 ci .. t u~nr I ii', 'unr sl. Vt
:'e.'" a-+. g*i4v a t\. Il:emter.S Wi.li


wl..! 4 *~- .i -11'1) !tv,~.


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14:1% oIn ~ 4'.'n i,vl teli ILIIIiti' x-
(AI. i- I' ,! a itI4tw d'-r coattre C.r.I.sWa-,
I L ITh i- 1.v-t" di!rteo irig ,f-tr ilt~s w ri A

eV.0117;1041 Cr S, An' uC Int.- 1.
,ifr I .oI ;'I '-- r441 .,'-4I -:rr'iI-mv Io,'.
r.', -t teo~e L0't' W44eat Uxit i s, near
Li.t'olii0's His: Ft-c.


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iflstitult(tiunis Iprowitil- A ir.itify-r ,.
!1%tlirmis il te arge attiitiaice Of(au
v..nced 'atudeL's%
lue att'-rviaiiwe upnn th- in-tictulnili
110(1 fallen vcr~y low unItili t iU eiect (iiu
thri' .ters aigo o'.Tameit.K-Ii1.Iwers as
pre4weiieit f thI- volle-ze and sin .lce tiil
111:1 it has Ooadii~y 1w'roved.
I ni- a.-util of01the UCraver-tIrv of A lii.
baToa c- riaza -iiimore thani 1.300 UttEL
ILreliiiI ',t. UUU Of the *iart.
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fcr Inf'ants and Children!
castoriaI r s"i~ubsttitiute for Cas,.tor Oil, Pare'-
golIC, Trp At S4tiI"Syru 1)... ILi. j I'4olemmt. It.
Conita~i Ieiins -1141,Opiilum, .1,rphinve nor other -Nartotitt
*t;,bstalkee. 'it dstoysWorms and aal.V#4 EeVerihie.14111.*
it 1.ire" i : ri.61~ud Wind Coliic. It7 relieve-4 Teeth-
hi- ~ TrmtiIpl i- amt cire5 Cons~tipiationl. It reguIatc-4 th.o
Sarionmell aid I le..-acis, giving h.'iilthiy awl natural. sleep.
The 4. i hui-ivil'. II~maeca-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind Y ou Have Always Bought
,.o Bear the Sign qtnre of .ow


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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SI, 4; El Nr.
A .l 'c o tr,.:! r for il'.i' :ii': i ,;

SILK VELVET,
I,+. o- v .r p>rf,.tf >i ,f"> K tui'k
W i S.I I t I I : i )I .. I oniI-


\i\'1s, Liquiimrs, Brandies
Gi dpS, Ciar s T o bacco.


1.I .:


complexior


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right


ii *'''b 49~'4


Cream De Bcaute.

Highly recommend.
for a skin beautifier. I'
will remove freckles


and


make the slkit


clear and smooth.
PA .KER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by


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Indigestion!

Wiee ,dilence the 'r rld
to /ilji't/i'e ( re/ned/// u,/,t7
to the .Matlchless .Ulinerni
if 'r' for /he, cuire of In-


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-fa lii k iI d-.

dtt liace Patt~rIns
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tlivits'd tol CMII.


T. F. CONZ~ql.EZ & CO., Pro: s
NIVAIUr'tAND

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OERTING & CO.,
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s~-~t ~ind General Iladmuaie,


'I' ~ i''~'tN JOHN A. )Ery' O~C.
4 4* .~ ::: ~'P- E, A. RUMMEL A MoN'S UMP$.
z .0 j,,-j $but$.ruuut, has, ghgm "ims


I%


Jug and


Keg Trade


Specialty.


:w~ sm-m TI! i.ALAV,)x s'ruE:vj
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REST ORIDIA!


COTTON.
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Janu ary ....... **
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April ...
Amay ................. .. .
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Octnooer ...
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S.S.S.The Blod Do You Want


GlIMAN ANt) PROVI14ION3.

WIt ifl Al -r"-* pt-ryer..
UA 'os 6-'rtsv..


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NAVAL STORES.
WVILMINGTON. Feb. V.-SpiRits tUrpea-
ftlo dinn at 53I1'4" receiptot
kho-im firin at *.11 .44 r~e ip:%4
C ruiltaittrpentine 11!Iin at ~4 t~ '
CC 1)14. 41 rfi' r mIi t a.t SL.>t re-ceip a-I
bAVA.NN'ARFe. V.. tIplrit% t Irpen-
tLine Irin inz ",4. r,,ctiiI11s.Ii j"'4 ca-.a. ;


To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES!

Are you sunburned.
reddened by heat. florid


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.


OUR NAVY USES PE-RU-NA.


It Will

Do All


" I Have


Taken


That is

Claimed


~1


Pe-iu-na


For It."


NWM. A. C'ILLITL~t PAYNMAv-7 111-U.NA


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A RESOLUTION BY SULZ-R.
New V.rk-r tit-i th- N r4ragua
( .. t l I' II mIl ().t .
"WA-'tlII,! "'. ].ib i4 -Renres9nta-
tive :u.zer f New Yorg today intro-
dUc.e( to( :o owig re-oiUtion::
~.-a, red. Tnat in the judgment of
the hou-- ( of representatives the bill for
te ,(:iiru.-:i'n otf lthe Nicaragna canai
tn tWe -% .ns;Velv built. owned and con.
tro..ed t; tue :.,verument of the United
Stra'e. stiluid to immediately passed
and enac:ed into jaw regardless of the
pudin lHav Pauncefote treat,. new
awaiting ratincation in the United
-are.s aenottv,. and that said treaty
swou.d le rejected because it eoontrA-
Venik (the poacy of the Mumroa doetriae.
surrender. American rtints to Britste
Interests and re ettab.ihes the socalled
Clayton Bulwer treaty.]aug since lapsed
and now null and void."
naval Hill vor>t>ly R-ad.
Bru IN,. Feb. The first reading of
the naval bail toik place in the reich.
bta t :av Tne buuse and galler.e'
w, re t ;w .kea
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t, I. ,- ": .. .is k i o, w 1. l .': .,:u.,,

-b' I. tind know f.ir t ,. 1-
:.. it it ctir<-. .a trial hb ttle


,fP -ru-:ia: I thinK thti n. n- teT
S.!; i ':, ,-n .arth tlha.n ','-r ]-i::, lt ,r
r t.,r; l,. It h a-, ,' r.d i:.. It \ .u l.d
* ,. "t \, ': ',1:un t,. 1 ", 1 \ 1 ; all th ... it
: ,- i..r finm e. Pe-ru-lla i1 th.. h,.'-t **a'-
',:i h c'urei on earth, a:;d I kI o\. for I
l.\ tried nearly all of thrn. 1,',pmct-
tl::v,;- l Feu T :la\ l. -r."


aj itAI .rmrnolA,
Ii Ni'i ,Auntee.r

:j: ii.;a.. in a
r. 'lit I.it~er toI i 1
i .i t'iti a n f ro in1


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1 *-;iup a1 14 pa f iii'. 4 ':nh-, I-,



i--it ir,'urcd tipr i..r114.trhnt I
A :,,L.%ui.n c (atarrhl ani it- -urc
'As Mr. Ilaritiati ,.t free s I ; 'rhoI'-rri
7 na lru 5 \Itfg 4' izmpanl ,of C(ulIII 'llsU


CHANDLER BACK FROM CUBA.
Bishop Piretsril .t ('hureh 1W'ork
on ih,- IElnd.
ATLANTA, Feb 9 -B'bhop Warren
A. Candler of the Methodist bcurcn hai
returned from Havana. where negotia-
tions. under his d reaction, are going
forward for the purchase of a ite for a
Methodist cnur.,u at the Cubaa capital.
fie expresses himself as much p eased
w:th the general progre!-* of the work
on the island.
With the erection of a Methodist
church in Havana. the work for Meth-
odismn on th- island will have begun iu
earnest. a tnouir there are unknistaka-
ble signs of proZre-a there eady. A
large aulslunt hts ben raised. print,
pai.v tnuri)' I the IoersIiPal Ceorits i,:
"itiot ( anld.,'-r, to purchase a ire 1Il
Hav.na.b ailli tle ir:,U;.i cut.Ldeni.v ,x
tei'teid (t O.i a i le :rtA;:aCItl'n upon lis
ls: vi'it to '.t"r: .
A< ii geuraiiv known, thel Merholiivt
churin. nor't, has m-r t,,od to carrV
Me3tl ia:.tiin in o aPu rao) co. vntie tnte
., iorn church ai-< aii'ep'ed i1e re-
s,. n-,b .itv u: tne t'C .an \Wo)-. Uauer
ihe (iileetlon of :-h 'p Ca.nd.er' the
worki is undiir war. and rue tirit reports
inti tile uuexltectea su 'ess in the
Is.and.
lti>: a1n < rrie 4.i ( > 1 l I.i' | nli er-














i r. P '--vvil Ind :;i- :
S ; .v1 '.1< n, o ;, . : .Jl I.,
N1 M "i' te ,ii C ouZ ,.C ,ir \ P '' ir.
:i-v '-r wit,.oiit it." ,'!iickly brea;k-
Iip .o.ii. .to, f ,l l -'ur- a ll
throat and lun. 'trouble-. It- u"-'
will preventt codI1-i",nption-. Ilt t-aint


Paynm;lit rm


.1 PI.'amaiiut Lemon 1,40104.o
lut'li:ltC-d froini the ttrt -h ituce ill


t- 1--. 54 Iv .111(*1 .4 Y, IloIttle-.
F'toir ill :-eu-tie.-1.11'iZl'.ii
F, ir *-k;i lt] n141 t~rifi'V ti- l.:(l(I
ult.i k'L3l.- il lElix ir.
Foli-ratIofji4'"le" 1141i.'~o
V41~r10-. l o i 4f 'ljpetitt' ;:i1.4 1 f l-ilit 'v

F'ill'-f hu)O nmauiaIi,-dn13d 10u-.31

,. wh s ich4 m33)se fri-nitia tw-id 4,~ or di!-
:3-4-4li ver. -1 lillach i4or kidl iCV-v
.I"(- .a3441$1 I(01hoottle- :aTt~ii~-
lPril-oau ed mill'It. Drv )3. IIi.N1IZ1 Y

A~1t ime( iji '.1hl
I I :ive- jiit tllket ilt-h. I t t olf twit


blititr I l420'I wrv'S i1;iel-tA1 li

J. H. 'M v\. CI\.Att.'rievy.
125F St-rt-l-t. Wa.-lhiigtuipi. 1). C.
Ni' mtle)'*umLeightmoin LiE ir

WI Itl.- : I have -ultulyed -itr"ttIlv
f .,i iiiiidi zt, iuf -, t iiu i tw''i- -tl-oie ii 1 ,30
--- ha314alltil'-iiui-diu.itiau' fLave
- ser takfen.


( ur-'- :tIal ol O i'h!. 4 ollo-;.*H,,mnrs.--
ii'--. b-ire 'lTiumit. Hrou(mcniti-. Hes'-
'mrrllogte. antd all throat auld 11111W ii--

a t 11t r u izg i -t't. Prepared olby



It# 3m' Pninmlwr. Steaymaand (.aM -'itter.
d#4-1r4-; t4) toi fotirll hi- fri..'iid- :alid 141-
ii. in-. ; .1 tha t hi-' is Iu icatsu(Iat 12114 Ve-!t
&;i'vt-Fnmnif4it tret-t. atnd i-; prepairlw-
do anyisiS and all kintudz of work inu
iJ- linie.
Telepone 375.26o

If you are ready, to do to
house-keepingf, let MAarston


cocllie~r ays:


STILL NO CHANGE IN

KENTUCKY SITUATION

Governor Tayior Declines to
a0. 1 1a meit.

A CONF-RI-I;3E PROBABLE

<;-I,,.ri41| .1 -..t tI, ,,f I I.nb'lc rtsr

Fu1r lth- l!> o s ol ( l- rgir.r lr
S, -'11
L u.u v .*- .\.. ,-nt.-
F tl; .ri"x IT. .::. F, :> 'nere
was co cujuaag '. n t;.io -i' ui w:! early
1 '8 Il 11 i .r l .'. : :i)r i.' ()." : w a
*:,.. a,- li; .' : ; L'. U t r ;.',i w would
; ,t '. V. .. :- I 1 .; I: . ILt-lll d to


I:., ,- : .1 s: .. : [,;,lhi: a
*, ". i. . I V.. 1 I. : i i. akIl
,11 1 1!1 L t 111{il


S. .. D: rr of

SI \ .i.1 e z, a:r.Ved
'. .-ia' r B tr kauru 1ille1
-. ,* , -' ., i V .,,r :,1i i ,t IS li, -
.... fi. (li e tn
; i.i.L U i.111 d aaa be-
.-: h .tri that le (c.U 'i nnt
F1v t..A" : s;.' t -ii ,- : n wouii ble ima e
a;d. i..ci,: x e-) tinat in a ileneral
vay. e u d r-'d ihe p-iace agree-
w h. !: :O b.; c, U, iiered. He did
uit tkno whv ue nad been summoned
to Frainkti f.
It tI JiKely tlat a general meeting of
R-pubbi.aa will be held here tomor-
row to cciintier the peace agreement as
adopted at L ui.ville. For the last
week Governor Taylor has been receiv-
ing telegrams by the hundreds from all
parts of the staie. asking him to stand
j;rin an not to surrender anything.
The itmpre.sion has become general
among the Repubicans who were not
parties to the agree uent that the com-
itet was a complete surrender to the
DI'mocrats.
fute gentlemen who signed the agree.
mnent for the Reuublicans do not socon-
siter it and have said all the time that
when the text of the agreement was
published in lull that it would be un-
tderstood by tne balance of the party
ti!at they had not delivered the party
ovor t me eneliiy.
Govetinor Taylor has been in a very
d f'"uilt position owing to the pressure
blouunt to bear upon timt frotin these
( u-ide sources and lie has not tbougit
it wise to iiimiKe any '-ateni jt regard.
in, his intention untiu he could con.
vince the par.y that anvthian he might
no w( ui.LiT l iir tue g io of the patty.
lie has therefore sent a iarge nuin:ier
o. te.e:raiivq to all of the gentienleu
wnlo hiav" "or the last five days show-
eteii at iim advice to I-e in Frank ort by
Saturday Inernilng. Wiat his inien-
tiont aret is not known and he will say
notLiug regarding them.

So< VItil h l i lflp4 ih- l(irrs.
S,.-\ -\AH. Feb. S.-The contribu.
iu li- avannah's sy npathizers with
the B ,ers in their struggle against the
lriti 1i have about been completed, and
wil, e sent forward within a tew days
by National Director P. J O'Connor of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Tne
fund ha* been raised under the auipices
ot the ancient order here and amount,
to about *.1o). Tuis amount will i-
towari tlie general ind ifor equtinpuin
a lionpit., corps ior the use of the Buer
arntv.


H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
-P Kindn o. Plumbiun and ( a Firt:nw- M'trtl- K-pt ,i H nd


DUNN'S *


0 HOTEL


- m


THE LINK-THAT BINDS.


0


1 w~l-t subject to fli!; rii.;,- 'r ree years.
mod ,.afcreN ciuwtaa::v" ah1: 1Ac:e. I i'rote
to you f'o 311ice. and an:tr uwng ~th~e-batnks
I a:':an,;r and weUl, and the motlwr vI a Onie
Hr baby


If, M-tFRFf' 0.4
nie4 fCa rd0

There Is no use talking a a li-in twe h .u-,.e i e I "' .t binds4
hwsh'i ii and %%ife tt ,et r. 1.,ris iL th. t1 4..;:
lIhe prattlinz and co, -- f tile ittle o ,, e Atl -ri.
Oc.is, In.11 v.-Orrles .initr i%: t-.1h~e. NVI h1en a '.'.i e 0 i '1:* :. e IN
de.ran-znient s fi. '.h ein ti-, Ii or-_ -e (4'., 1. *rii
th' )e C Mlml il J d I-J"!,'r kri n 'I-,, t! .... (.trlI
is ne ~ remelv. it puu; thc i. a~* *.; lasr .:11,j dh-,-i.'0
D-1rin the peri. )d 4if c. t:1!t m .''.o. m ''
is ht-iilt tip to withns'a2 I.w j Z: '. :,.- -i v tae O:tt!"
ii. -, Nu advent it u is h :% n,,
.-tr *:Itz, \elI-titt~d to er ,,t ':I,,A- .t'A!OY DIi 1
in *::. r ict. t. pa .\~ ilth. I he 4

i f~4 (.n:i is tr' a '.1 'ou
Vt .1 Jin icne I' r 'A,( 4)mm.2
Large BoJ-ttles for SA.'.'- atDr 5ss __


rn' :1 r5W11


THE ORIGTPIL--- -'-
THE ORIGIN AL--4


ST. DI


i. GUG[NHEIM'S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !e-


ti illren's Department
H-: ii l--,iwed Fre.t h Kid Infant!;
Hut',oi. 2 ,
worth 75c, . now 50c.
ll :ti- w i. ,d Frno'-h Kid Infan:**
I'.litoll.
worth $1.00, now 75c.
I lmnd--.wtk I iil 1 r* i.g Heel Buttor,
worth 75c,. now 50c.
liandiit-w.ed Kil S I rini Heel But-
tin. 11.
" worth $1.EO, now $1.00.
IHnula .. -- .s *.t K. i Sp;l : iz Heel Lace.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Clot Toip itn Black and Tan.
from $100 . to $3.50.


Special Bargaio!
,% loot o-f Fine' Lad it-c imhea. vin-
foinfaiii u 1ko.,. re-'g liar price Wit"
,13134 $1 imi a ji'iir. noow oily $1 hil.
We omily lutavo- thti -in 2.-4and .
A iid C and I) Widjtti-. that Io wt
W" -ei t'lliet110-11 i.4) etae l
iOur Men's Department
We- bealt atiy '(tourta initown; will
11111 erel I i e 1. mide13( give the
loiiot cfomnfortaibl,. ft and gi g-noasy
"it i-fatituooii.


OUR $3.00
11 iiiii =o-.w,,i \ 341 1 01 s1io)" aro
4.4111:11 t.) ativ $.'NI-0 1 I4#Ai ll tow u.
i ni i- ,I v t nic v.'r patronage.
re yomi Vllr- tio.pleau'e.
~ Gugenheim.


A._
I *~.


THE POPIlIAR
T eer Reular

Mals fac YBRA AOIND Cl BIKKR,


25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


SR-staurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTER<, FISH AND GAMIE
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Fromn $10. to )l.- ,,#.r Day. LODGING:
.15. aml 51 S.. SouWh Palatfox Str et Pen.a ,ola. 11,, -l..,l. 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN 1:FF F'1'Cr .1 \N A I:'A '7. 1 *'.


N',
12 I 4, ml
14 III
ti 44
N..: I Iii
.14
,t 44
Ii
1.. 14114


Nii .2
* Ii Ill
~''uin a, II
.is rIm
7 4 14 144
* :4 nna
ii in
44 114
40 I))


Ar r!~

A I r i


I'..'., '.i
'I,"
N'-.i *'':--sr -
NI :. t .2 4 *
'.4':
1.4.4


5:''-
5:5"
SI:;'.'
.5' r -
S r:
4..,,'.


I' 144
~'t
I. .i~lI
* 4 hi
.4 III
u '.4
'in
4 1 '.4


11 tli

I t.n it


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE


it 4 II I
it y14I
It 4


N.,
'11 ill
it 344
:4 III
II Ill
'44111
r'.. n
p 12
7.!.ij Ii


I'. ,'


'4-.'

1' 1.I
1 ii
t ''I
1' II
Ill
4 II


' I* !ill
I,, 1) III
'. 4' 4i Iit
.-,7 p ni
1 ;l rn


JOHN NICHOLAS'


R? Lest ul raL t,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
pI"'o I'T IM NI': .


1eals at ill Hours..


Open Day and Nigh


I- I--AH.-HEmAT


., 207 south Bayln St.,


mnil i pr-.varv-d Iti l;-, ."i All ) ordered for

Bread a9d akIes
AT SHORT NIrI('E.



BARGAINS


-IN -


QeaI


Esta te.


$1000 'A;)tt ; -:w'ro- -''VIarid ni


it $ 0 0 7 Ill, ''i 5 uilib.~

ifli l ,iv'.o...r '- 1.1 4.'* C17.63-
v h t. Ii .. tallrem- HI'

t lv a4..- :t.t 4 ftd fo


7000' a~.. 1,--fronlt on
in'' 4. .1, run d go

$70004' r. ('h:~ .. ,TIn

~ .si II arruior1amto



H -..'umft 1; r '-. ,irmming and

$ lOOOOI.Ir-i, fool1 ;.'ta~ns


_____________________ g* II i'.'- -t lit I .I 2, *-i'. N ,,I:.u :l~i'I.,;, w~iI
ati idod tiu


AB.C. Mes Department.
A B. ,Genuine D,,,. Button and Lae-

SBEER. ,K-M, worth $1.50, now $1.00.
S* '"" .Genuiine Vili Kid Hiittmon and Lzce
Slhoie. l.-1.

V. J. VIDAh, Sl Wholesaler. worth $2.00, now $1.60.

ALSO 3 BAIE WINES, AND D TC Ladies' Department.

Paul Jo Isaui Echl Spriuas l, bratc iskins. K Spiii:;-t Hee.l Iti.tton and Lice
IRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TOMiC. I''-., -%
1'5 "I : : " P .Box $1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $175 ai $2 01.
J"G & FAMILY TRADr SOLICITED i ,,. r,... lhm ,.ore.
.-- l- i -v .\iy 'art. t )' tv. I il i ...I l H tt,om tn a t I .. a l. a .;l-.


3


ram-,a


91


-7,7z


m


_


E. PE'I'ER8E151
po--- PItl1-TO <10I --o

CRONIES SALOON
o-I)EALKK IN-o

Imported and Domesti c Wines, Lilquors adli (ias,,
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
(C,>rn r R ,-mont and D ovilli ,-a Sra flyN A r A f I)T,.' 'r,


^


Ila


I~


~~C~,Rp~oyF I~~


% 6-T ,


WINE'- OF CAROUI.,-(


Nv. J. scHNIrTZ9


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.


Your Credit is Good at 0. M. Pryopr's REAT 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 la*'st
styles of Furniture. You will find our prices much lower than those of our competitors. Kindly call and look over our new stock
0. M. PRYOR'S GREAT BRCG IN FURNITURE HOUSE.


IUI)IIE NNIWS N


I ~ f'lt tu fO lPCIZAj1C '0


and
. r


. Fn .-e're *,r'.f~ef'

di-iejr~t-daieii b2-PIniilii
poll t'c- ciurt re-cord t ti !- iiim


owas can-ed this mior'iig by -ne
|U cCook. Julia Y-ld-r. e-ci.eping from
1E the houSe about 'i ('Cl *1k and elud-
ing the (ruard" The police we-re
nott n *tified until 7 ;a. in. and ('apt.
1 rtnt I>aw at once welt emit II i the the4vy
.,,, rainstorin and q.iicklv a'ppre herided
th.. ,,,, e l;tll n, w ) is a ali under
,,. ,, ztard at the (luarantinedl h u-e.


.;0- 011t.
wa,< ti -
ning.


TH RM -I 4 -Yeeu ar- teem.
x.ramede-d 14,e ijeC-?at (.luttv-'is &NI t-ic
!;,tlI at ~eMenid--tv rai~fit to hiave.
measures tukten for cot.tuilies.
A'm( BuNriTleHldwii-Me'l-
%III- Ic 4.011 ip iv 'i C ejeeIi ia thIiree
uight'- ewatem i'c t Ot i te opra
ho(UfO-' CtiLOIIItllt' l'il:L' Ie -X! Iu -d .
February l13th.


Bright'* disease is inore dreaded
by physicians than any of the seri-
ous disorders with which they have
to deal, because of its insidious and
malignant character. If prompt ac-
tion were taken when headHchos.
urinary disorders, digestive troubles
first appear much suffering and .sos-
row would be averted. PlICKLY
Asii BITTERS will quickly stop the
spread of the disease, quiet the in-
flammation. heal the kidneys and
bladder, strengthen and regulate the
liver, and drive poisons and impur-


i-i A11x1FR:KNE: 'in IMHC-S-Sr- ities (ititofrthe svs~teui ily cleani-iig.
vi~'-. ee-nierrew &t ad i a til te bowel@. Sold by ~H;, xiah kirej-.'
i-leeeEd wine(i. Weed willjpre'acht
ii144 a i~ili. tu v lf lIn t flA t J a uo b y 's .
('11,1,4it' okee (imi -i -O o'erti'-rJat'k-
- 'atle IAlv'.ti 1 '-, .tt~icth .'lllhVR V l our hi i f if#'r#nt mpti w ret r(,Inin,_' to
J.-H tc. iI't Hii 141~e:4j5 a. talk to jaceel)%.. all at eev '#. 4tbeeter
j ('exje--xex., ''l'it at day when a'N EWS 1 in: ericcpe-d ill
:.:~ ~.xo.' I:.*- ex'I r- '.I Vizimi'- to get -tmt advo-rti-c'nie-atlip had bef-n

(iFI- '1 A % L' 1 11I FKA \ ('IfIiI.,:I ''urc l 1);,i t te~ ~ i-' ue
-''41~c H t- ..will (d., tier at an i pt r .that
4o-r~ld'. W114* b4)ti wait fe i, eI-r 'it xi
:e. ~. FA~~-?V.0 1. x: i i4 i i iil id alu Ii xi -'xi'
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I a o- l~my very larve'e -oTillexTit eet
'Ii;, ~ ~ ll Ilvli et-ai i Nwil s-'l I Vhirexj
ch-tl-aI. (':11 1111 -and '. J I. L t"'t- hei,'s


FORBES


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

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AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
DI PE7s EFFECTUALLY,
D, ISPELDS' (Sp

OVERCOMES '-

HABITUAL OPASTIPATON
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SOCIALAND PERSONAL


M. C. Spike of (toneva. is a gue.t
at the Lewis house to-day.
E. F. Skinner, of Ecambia. is in
the city to-(lay on bu-inv:-s.
J. H. and Je*sse Dennis of (;ra.d
Ridge are guests at the Lewis house.
Jos. A. Edmundoni, ;a prominent
lawyer of TallahiA-see is a gue-t at
the Escambla.
SM J. Thompson and wife of Ever-
igreen arrived ye-'iday afternoon
and registered at the Merchants.
Mr. I. Gugenheim will have an
interesting change in hi.i adveriise--
me t next week. D n't fall to read
it.
Mr. and Mr,. Waide. who have
bee heie for s,'li" time, have iz to Mobile t, spend the remainder tl'
the wiiiter se asoll
Otlller R:it!frty, with hi- Ccompe-
tent corps of city )risonllers-. Iwai, at
werk on We-'t (i vt'rnitniit -treeA
ealyv this inorninig.
Mrs-. Fowl-r T:hanes and little
son, Hiarrold, act'oliipnie-dtl liv tie r
ii,,t' r, I'r ,ft to-ilay f tn -ir loli
himn in (Iree'nville. Ala.
A Jay from Jaysvillt' <:A1ii.;Imn:11
lltilll : s thtirty -li.*- ;,rti-t. ;i l I'
0>ne of 114 l:irIe-t ,,rantiz niai-4 4f
it- kii. 1 tnriii Amn ric:a.
Mr. John de -li Itla ;ni'mioit ;; in
tili i--;U. 'ii- (-:Itidl -tVv ft or tit" ot'-
lice oi clerk of the circiiit ',,cirt. MNIr.
d(t la H i:a is tllhle'r 11.,Iv!l eqt ilpe l
lilt' the- elllc., kil'. w itii -V,-r r t lr.-titll
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Prive-' 541 ('+'uit- at edrmitgi-t'- icr by 11:1.1
A eldli i illtle'he 1ad iimmia-'iiate1-lvti--
alice i!Awhiie'i('re-alti .tlin iS ist
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V'ITALe STATISTICS.
Itellcerd t c' Itirtlips arId 1104`11111110 "iled
cilt tie 4 lihe tit' the City Clerk For:
lihe ''We'e'k I'raisigSat untityv, Ie'h. 10.

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10 t C'rack- -.l.ck anid SNldilw Patits 4
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. 7


COMMON SENSE TALK


WITH' WOMEN
i f a Pon iN I al needs a medlAhe is 11
/ not wise to gi t oO tat has stooa the test of
sv 9 tne cndhas hmidiefs of thousands of wres
to Its credit ?
, .''''', ', A great many wanmen who are m I try evry-
a thing theybear of In the way of e. and

XV >grafts expe kIsnenting with a unknown drugs Is a
Seoastaefn menae to eir ready impaired

T1 ;- rvry nx ise. for there are remedies which are no experi.
tent- i v; u," 1n ki<\ n yars andl yards to bie doing only good.
'" fr in.-tal -e.
Lydia E. Pinkkam's Vegetable Copond.
Fl ",r thary, years it.s record has been tone unbroken chain of suc-
S oes. No lht:i..ht fr,' f;iialt ills the world has ever known has such
a record f(r ( ,- .t,
It ofems eo strange that some peonle will take medicines about which they really know nothing, some of which
iniihlt tc'. ;,nil are. r-eally harr.fu : whi-a on the other hindl it is easily proved that over one million women have been
restored to health by Lydia F. Pink i-.am's Ve'etahle Cnd.
We have p;ulli.sht-d in the new-p..pers of the nite.L:d -taes more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been
published in the ; oterest of any oth r medicine.
\le h-av: thou.,and!- hlie thi: ;,l'.'linvir7 ad(drrssd to M.rs Pinkham :


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W. Cieveiand A% e.. Canton. e


M'LAURIN TO BE NAMED?
Can~asi~a% I3M m.U S ii(;,)Withi the

Cti~at I :'-.x FPrc-:ai from

31s is,-i nlit an ;livaarta~it dozier
en-p xx .*naz -s.u-.3!k Ktnev regard-
ing tthe ila$A (3lc. ,z:.a i w. ;- ,to ;;o
to tniie wo-~3lus 1H.- urized toe presi-
cenlt t. a, n:t a s u i.'-rn man of
jr' uean- i i, t: p -cunainois.unThe
I~salti. a.-seatedi to this
fU::C" 'fl J ed 0i I-Jt*_i Leixt a1e WOUidi
ar-It'..- :h-' --of)a'-f-i sithat ai s.1 See-
l. I;- ti c uV t.v' Le repre-
r -n. svaati I ~nx'tt--altlhepname
for 'o-n i. .. n t *'A eltIATr i'4D -1
o .ra i I~-~a.aan I '.srest .,- .d
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ii ;--- ti i r.,4i on 05'.l-Wt tiatix
It prola. Peia IC Ia' I t W i- W al1, -,1- AV. 0n.f
s t h~ n'. a C-ptatlcC '1.w a113 .iit. 11ito
V 1211 WIITi- 14)iV595. i 'I teAt inl'h
otii*atae v In atro- t ixner i 111-CC i-sotr o
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01t m' :p't'.--3 o: I'- I tr~i-IAIs
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ft~ur (ta*ivta%-. i!-% ,a uwi vV& Alli~e
unatii usa 30- .0 Uti 31 ,..Ti-,widtt j):,.lieen
done he V. ,. it -tAhatit00t ') 1tarc1'sI!1.
futuru.
WILL GOLSON IS EXE-CUTED.
Slurderes- uf MIjoisati% xV% agnoavak lisgofl
;aaI;. la.1116-114
BI F-1. 1N G 4 Ait.AM A, L,.Yet)9 Will
GOoeun was a, _tnceSi iet-ctdav f~r the
viurder of 'tuie Ioej.utv S-~fRobert
Warno iL inantin scity insNovember,
I b06,- Golson jast vveuing confessed to
Liei 'r~ime.
Warnoasc bad a warrant for the arrest
of (,al-ou. saud wh'-n no called at the
latter's front ti~ofr and &-tji.-U.113Cdhis
earrendei'. t~i,,i -i :i. I anit:i down
t~hroceii We door
Groimon. vi.-ti, m~a, i ti -o-1de~tprrado.
sud he was *saaidy i ,.,-
Waruuvci w.,s v -rv etriikini.-r:. 11
wS5 count, au liivt 3 IC-evTAI 'VeAt A
and the Dent ,t -rAr;-ii i'1a.- fr tfl.t3 .r
of bilhi- .11j: 111II 4. tilt w 1 .I. .- -
teasted br a:, ldeperl Ho li c..sa
kkat~ive ridW 1ht i' UIa -el
bra ins ot~e. era-Ia !irl. r

Ilis tlt3,3- it isn14- r -rt, r .l .a.
TA----`--\'. Ga `- '-Wi'.1I, U
arda. w .14V A -+ j' WAS at a pea t.1I :r m31111-4i'
court t3 it., tt r-pri e court Tor unew
tria.. anti tue iattar refts-t'i, hi-i been
ret~enteac-ed ti ly utge W B. Butt. tae
date tar t tli'Zthc-n1tie being LXed 013
Marco ;.. It w;.i tie renmembered that
W. Liaeinard was convicted ot murder in
Talbor ianneri~ar r- inrt for killing his
wife. Nora Iioaxi Leonard. and ike lat-
t~prer's ioluer. Mary Francis Dean,
Caristmia, l'sj".


Another Case of Ifid-.
Pmvff, Woinsh and Bladder
TraukLe2Cuhred AT- Lydia

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A Letter Which Proves
That Lydia E. Pinkhamn's
Vegoetable Compound
Will Remove Tumor and
Cure Other Weakness.
"w tors -. a I \as- a great suf-
f:*'-" I-.11 \'v ;,\, i r*;Il :1.1 ,;:l i. :in, tu 'n ors vouldi
f,,rVi. .11 tiht 1 miilb. I i iai four ltumio'.s
n.e1 1 L [ . ':.!'-. 1 inst th d id itn tt-
I 1 i .i t I t ouldl have to

, ", .,:I l;that :;1i that eoulhl
"l ; .: :, 1 .:v-, ; i i,;-;ati niii aindl
S. ': r rIm; !. 1 nt I had
r- I ,ian'aia t,-i-ine a ndl
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r ore .(-. vii
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NO GLORY FOR WHEELER. V'Z.T A.-to :-. I: THE FOG.


(Oits aid to Itdv.- "T.-.tt-d the Ala-
bania.ln I i'oftiroy.
WASEINGTON, Feb. i.-A letter re-
ceived from a prominent cfliver wno
served under Generai \VWheeer in the
Philippinem throws some light on
"Fight'ng Joe'-" -u''den decision to re-
turn home and pever hit connection
with the military ': .a;a of tohe govern-
ment
Tua writer, who is thcroughiy re-
liable, confirms the reports received
here and the opinion so frequency ex-
presed that General O:is hats been suc-
cesstu; in his efforts in deprivinu; Gen-
eral Wheeler of any ~ai r x wnva'evir in
the miiiiary o;eratious in ttie Phil p-
pitses.
It:e ofli'tr in quietion not only
charges hliat General 0(.1i systeniatic-
a.y endeavorea (3 ik-ep ntral Wnee.er
in the batcK.-round. but through the red
robin scienie preve,: 'ed aniv retiorts of
the opera-ious (it :-C.nera! Wheeler's
CouniiAnu trom exterigi tle states.
Itinnita It, b I'nr a'. 11.-iay.
VIa T-IilA. B. C.. Feb. M.-Orlenta,
advises state that Prince Henry if
Prussia, vice a im:ral of the German
t-qtadirn in Chinese waters. was r>-
e'-uiy neli up and robbed by bandits
I I 1.n where ne hatid oIei to vi-'t t
k ingi Tne robbers -erure. ab'ul (..0: u
iin castl and two hievcl,-
I' r'llire 1 1*i >li rIt I t0o a- ;a t';1 Ia I I .tat
('on4)1 in 11 l-rI<-- i.
A.\- n .r'iiry w ill r, lV I ,-vr<,v t!..
u. .. t .anell ,. i ;al t ll ly, .1,.-
i :111i tit~ V1il V-',I !1, 1) I t i f- -

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IKILW T olrin, l PV** KPii-*aOu!i for tht: tItIh-
.;iH.-*.i, rnimflto wac wrrington. Nayr,
.' *' ( t -ort **, l-razicep- at
.m. !.ri ive sit FI'L sitar-sucaj 7:15 .mri
it. lr- in- nt F'ort r. ra! n- s; ; r..
1 1 r hi A .. 1 t .rt 7,$).''.,''t- :." in
r' :* ir: i ; ,. : ; .,t t kln *rwt e:s- I:; -,|1 in
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Trains loav- Fort Harrancas for Penrsl.
7:* a. m. Arrive at PenDacola .... 4:15 a. nT
S.*; p in. arrive at I'.niacoina........ 11: ;4., p m
:01 p. m1 *I -Liv- t P,#I!S 'e .ft ....... : 2:45 ).Tr
o ;i ii trrivo at 4:n1'.t 7 p in
T:'' i. all ,-a v* t" P(e o[.lste t ..... 7:4.* 1 Im
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Loavo Parf~acflils Lv Fort Farranaas
Are in a tid. hurt Sk-iti Fi htit i~it- raah' a.W. IV A. M.
SieI I V.i 2 p. m.
Feeri~'r.-.Uce-.~FcIln't. 5Itp in I p M.
CtrraA ~>aIt.ti t,. Bru i-. -. 4u a ~ u "n 0 M.
CiC!illi i' p. M.
PH--at UT-- I'tll #''ef:rthI. Thyji iidt tu t VRV VitW?.P~K DATF.
Paiinslfl Tid A'hae- Ontly 2--, "- 'at- .1 vPenoisc to Foit' Bar'-At ff r.ca'fl rett't'n 4kj(
r,-iV,sflicoiaa tk, NftavvYtwad ai~d r-trn
bOX. Cairo ,;,i-ir:m~tapt-d.l'i dbi .jR-~Ctv Pain, t(i Volt.' h and re-tc rn a-'c
na*.,& o jr? ::s!rari'.. "Ovy
y~ our wife on e of li -jXve~ r nlr:n--------


Stea.mn *r (iTa- ( ly Wali I'.-obably

Nrw Y 1;:K. Feb. 9 -The steamer
Gate Citv o mte t'c)t:.an S;eamnsup com.
pariy's Savannah :=oe. w.rc'h went
ashore i. ithe ` ASon:h itea'.a, lies today inside of the
outer bar witli her how bent. The ves.
slI is in good condilino and will probe-
biy float when iiuieued o' her cargoof
cotton. Tuere is not wuca sea running
tod'tv.
Ms~es Lvles of Fiorida. who were
landed from the st'a:ner last night,
came up to New Yorn by train today.
The (-ook<. waiters anti bartenders were
taken off today. Tne crew wili not be
permitted to land until tin captain re.
ceiveg orders L'o i ih shi.*s owners.
I iE A OVY--T- I; I s'".4( 1.%.
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l- il" liey |Jil'i>-;t ll ; ii l \\e 'l," -'i *,.' ti ly
t lip l: r
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Aw'l I kn] w vby t l!e k, I ;: t'i..t hi tld oiu
Tlla:tit*in-of u -h. t iy \\ ',a I, : '. t -,, jp!'"
Andil v- they w:II fIr r -'t.I w;as
:i 'ld wV t 1 :; .* tinl 'T ,,-..I .tstt -t.
I hlii- -'". i' % 4- 411: i.n l Iy N ick
A pti,- ;.-' ; id t iri ,,..--t- A r :: r
I wa f r l"-. q or iI\V, y t
f'i;aw :.: Ii r' it tII .;I:!t ',i- I call
o lt or r t ir ; i;'t > ,>. il. '.; ,1I-
(r,. t> :rfi l r'i > l d,,;,. w~i. ,, ,,,ad
hir .t 1i . O w. (- 1-_t te. th i-lea; of
iut-ineu-- th erviii1if r.-t);>a niieals
will h..- ;i, r atii eol ;nftrr tliu- w'#, k.
biut -lwi';al iordler- will .o -Ir#- d i at
:ilvIy it i-ir A of tiOe iiax or !lii Z'et.

Don't b11/ (m/iythin' in1
fitu rn iture or house furn i.s/I -
in,.' uIinil i /ol hare seen
.l(irstonm N'- Finch's stock.
Their prices are lowi: their-
sto/ck' is complete, and thei'//
will sell !1/O, iC/if t /f on i o 'I1i
on lon'r time.

Furniture at all Prices.
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-Importers and Dealers in-


ASSESSED THE RAILROADS.
State Board Irli.lpar, It%. Work After
n Lpi !
Mo'N1G' MHeY. Ala, Feb. 9. The
governor, tu secretary o: state and the
treasurer, roznstiu!ing the board of rail-
way asse(.sminut, after an extended ses-
3'.'n. have conpl..-red the assessment of
the railroad propt-rties in the 8ta'e.
No cuhages were made in the asse-s.
meant of the Louisvii~e and Nashvilie
ys.teim's prop-:rry, exep:ting some
slight chaLg s in the assessment of
roiling stock, and none of importance
were made in tue valuation of several
lines of the Central, Nasnville. Chatta-
nooga and Sr. Louis, G-or'ia and Ala-
bama or in any of the smaller inde-
pendent properties.
The a*sessment on the 200 miles of
new road of the Mobile and Oaio sys-
tem was increased truum 4.0 .0 to $5,000
per niiie; the new Georgian'- A odaiunia
branch of tne Loui.vy.io and was assee-it ac $1.u00) p-r muie, the
Seims and Meridian branch of the
Southern was increacea ','j0 rper mile,
and the assessment o; tne Pjant sys-
tenm's main line was lucreasea $2o0 per
m;le.
Tue total increase in the railroad as-
Petsnieuts (.ver the past year!' assess-
innts. including tLe re:urns 'rinm the
.ew roia.i., wi amount to over .$70,OUU0.
The returns :roni all tile co-Iu.anies
showed; icreased b Uiness prospiriny.
lry,.,, to, p*.|k oa l tliIln.
RA1.' uIG, Feb. I. -W. J. Bryan ac-
..pt, D-emnocratic .-tate Chairman Si s-
'-i 1-' lv:itaniL oi t) sprak here next
lu-; av evnini, 'Th, -ch'i;:tirnian leav-s
ti IL: ir,.Lii;i'i nrns to tl:e i .ivor anti
tile 'itA '" n n' l 1 : i 1ni i .erio wAli ite a
on "r-,.- t -' van; :ia:d a u niu ber it:; D- in r --t"' -t ';< l1:1nttleezul n and
sonc ot:.or l :i' cit:'ic leIaders.
( 11 t i *! ( < o* V (.l'.
Mli.lI '!: !.xII !.E. (ra F- ). 9 -Cap-
tatu K H l'R-:r., the -ut rnintendent
ul tue bltt ..ui ~l:.r has :.old iarst
year's c. ,in r- i ),' of it: ari:: Tl:e
total w.as ,. bile. aud t', cenur per
niaund w:n n .i. t&, ilt wil.; orlpi $.0,-
UUo or ti-..,i 'lin.- wVlt c'(vor the
opj :a:.iu; ex iIt's o 0: it3a larli last
year.
.\.'= a .11, 1 y :ti.v, Fled.
Ci1!'A,,. I"(t-. i9 --A special to The
'Chro:ic!., :ranir \VWshiigton says: T'ne
war (ie:3ar'mint re iieves that Aguiualdo
bas e.ecal-td from the as:and of Luzon.
Tue department o! :ia.s would not be
surprised to near frou aim next as in
London or Parls, in company with
Agoucilio


SPRI


HUMORS


Complete External and

Internal Treatment


$1.25


Consi.ting of CUTUC'RA SOAP 253c. to clease the
skso of crusts aad .cales and gotten the thickened cti-
cle. CUTICURA OINTrIENT 50c .. to itWtatly eiMay
Itching. irritation. and inflmmatiUon. mad seethe ad
heal. and CUTICURA RESOLVENT (uSc to cool ind
clene the blood. A single set is often sufticleni to cue
the most torturing. disfiguring skin. scalp, and Meed
humor, rashes, itching. and Irritations, with oee of
hair, when the best physicians and all other remedles
tail. Sold throughout the world. POTTER DRUG AND
CHEM. CORP., Sole Props., Bostoa. ", ew to Cwu
Baby Hmers." free.









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Hand AlwaysSloa 's Liniment

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Cnnhe taken ianterna'v or crt. rinai lv. Y,w.i i Ii .arr:i!.tctl lo t1 in ,
every wayv :, r.i-c ei .ed n.l .7 d, , ,I..,.'v. I
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tt- ;at iol .
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PLNSACOLA.
Try I t iull T at11


OPERiA HOUSE.

ONE NIGHT ONLY!


MONDAY
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Chinese and Japanese o-,,) PLAYr :


*--Fancy Goods,,=*
No 31 M~outh Palaf x talreer.


Laundry Otfice


WAITED.


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Great Specialties!
ALL TIHE F-AVI'ITE-V3'


Pr. ACLA. F.A Pop0ular Pricts: 10, 20 ac8 30 Cents.


TO-NIGHT,


Wirted to by all tUM *d smuo "Tl:m ooIii


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201 3E. Intcndencia St.,


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AGENT fo:Y'rlar ii' Vli. TU ''7'~ Revere Glant

Powder~ompany, v,)bnnir* r~ Ahor!i, Ori.rron hfi--laaiud Buck's Stovel
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THE DAILY NEWS:
smu" at tbhe Poot <(ffict at Pe~ .'oIlae
Pli. emond -clae timatter.
OTIC;. Pitt Ruliding. :l. t<,uih Pals-
i essitelt. up-stair..
PI'BI.I-H I-' nBY
THE NEWS PTTPLISHING 00.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
o Year by Mail -. *
aM Months ,
7hrel.t. mtbs "
4E10 Mouth
W Week.. by Carrier. p wyable Monday I

THE WiEEiKLY NEWS:
Pebtitbed every i-'riday ait St$1 :
Wmoage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adpertingi f st Furnishtd on Applicaioon





T paper to on me with the
MIl M ADVERTISING CO.
1t t -IG iimg l. St. Paul. Minn.. whet
/ 408 M edthrrtm and other! r* :
aEiret ad where estimates will l .
l 5 ti-Eor CEURAL ADVERTI6ir .:

PEIBACOLA. FEP. 10 1900.

TiKz Tampa Herald propo-as to re-
coup itself l(r the rise i-i the- price ,:
piper by cutting off ce-rtaiti iWo it- -x
ebiages, and declare- that ';ihi-i-
U. only answer this or ally other
jptpr can make to thel r,,bhry ,II
-which it is the vie im. Th-l Hterl should not despair. Thi- ]i-t (of vi,"
tinwo includes eve-ry re-puhblic.in a-
well a- every d inocratic ne*w-p:ali. i
in the c the pockets of their pubii.-her- wil;
be practically irr*-ei-tibl,-. Tik.l-
iamy not reli-h the dilemm-tila ,)of -uf-
f-ring lerslonal loi or ;advo'iitin,
Ihe repeal of the Dingl.ey t:r if ,i
paper and jiaper material-.,. ut whwie
the isb-ue is fairly made up the.-y wi;
ioareo-ly hesitate.

THE cu-tom of the l,.-upe ,if repret
sentativet- to hlild Friday iiinlit -.-
5ionD for thliecoi.iidvrat otit otf plf'.. in i
bilLs. at which the att tl1anre' i-
rtdiculou-ly sn.iall,and ut.h bill-ar.
pasted without a qiuorunim. i- ;n ;i--
.ifumption of lpoweo ,r ..-o rhihirairy. :in,
freighted with tiucih injriinlrli r -
saltf, that 1- a woun,,r u. ,n tll.u: :
- ^^ l herr-t,,fore itrot--t,.d ; ,i;tn-t I
At the lIapt sesion,,t of thi- klinl Mi .
Talbert of South C'arolitna iav,- ni,
tice that tit rafter hie would dtian;, t
a quorm inii evo rys-iuch i et,. Atmon i"
other thiig- he -aid wa- thi fo.ll,,

The ahrne niuqt -ttp. I:-i. fit (. ,i1..
will be hurtl px ,-i Vly. bLut t atwillnt < I itl Itc-
C toiaate the r >i :huila.l I derniairl ..
-ea em If thie h,,u- ie '- with1.lt I qtil. In,"
S Iael ask lan a lirliil- di lte n otli4 rittiIt-nt It
Ibt t is refu d, I hall iiii tl-tl tthi lt i -
PSausts iit power tio ,.'seur. a qi tntiti. I
laiTrve. 1io. rwi l. tiso llift t" ll. Itl.
ilera, to |t i-wto n \ d"-1 '' ; solhl.r or
i .iW. ailnl I irnt ill i 41 ''1 t *l:Mlinin i'.
ry I rd.,.. 1, IN1 el t"- .t 'g r i tf appeals I..t

bty lthe stii t-iI r lit r-tii I .- t o l t (iti
;berm' n Autb wa 4UoIer.II1.
TMte I'ltoei I t,0 (', c eit' -v f (,f "l<>ii 1
MW A'. .-<.T w- f, it) i,,- Mr ir (
Adve i -ti.r w- t. .ve- |i. t i lt, uil iiAi

the purpo+'1 ;nid -.<'i-rl ,,f tih+ int,-r
?tat<> c't iif-r t'<- to lnt !i il l I f \ ;i'
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reid {nt. of ht- Not i t li,.-. .|11 , ,'
w .lh t ll-' tF rrun <'+ ';(il.. -, lat, :\ . i
vatltle-d. ,*td t. at it i- tun- tn .-.. *in
B20at> of wi-* ;inl cwl .In i \:i\
o .thll l ,' "~ -h*..ill,! 1>- t*. 1 wc;,, :1.-<
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lantic porter are inclined to join these
elements of opposition. In the hope
of defeating the enterprise. and thus
retaining their hold upon the foreign
export trade of the country. ha. niot
yet fully appeared, but the outbur-t
of th,- Baltitrire. new-paper referr (1
to indicates that they are ready and
willing to pre-vli't, If the-y can. the
construction of any canal that
would c.'ntritute to the injury of
their \x.port trade.
Ot- urious feature of the public
discu--ioni of the several que-tioni
invi'ved in the cj'i-ull]llllatli on iof the.
Nicarazu:a enterpri-. i- the fact that
-oine -'uttern nliew'-palpetis wlictCv
have- for years been demanidini the
catal, riad bewailing tihe ob-tacles
lr,-;,-'nted to its construction by the
Caayton-Bulwer treaty, now that the-
supplementary treaty hasi- re-miov-d
those obstacle, are furious over its
terms, which they declareare di--
grae.-ful and humiliating.

"W't.at'- in namai?" Everyth ing
i 11 colie tdo medleinme. WhV-ii
Sii t Hd'?- .iar-tparilla youi
.,'-t thle h'--t mney can btuy.

ItlY V -F X I Vi>I'.N
F',ir te It-nel l ih tie Piubli- iSciooli
Iilrai y.
The uiihil- of Grade 7. Sec B..
Schtoil No. 1, wiHl give a I)i y excur-
-ion Saturday, Ft-it. 17, ,ni the ste.ani-
er "'Florii;t'a for the be-tilit -of the
-chool library.
U'he boat will lf-ave P;alaffx wa:rf
promptly ;at ;it a. in., r,-turi il ;ih, ut
.* p. iDt. Stop- will be iiade at Na'vy
Yar( F'ort H.iiraia.:-. ai.d the- Lit'.
s iviig Stationii. ad a trip ini the
ailf will Ih- give-tn ti ttol,-,, w!',. -,i
,l--ire. Ottir-r-, will re-main at Lif ,
.avinlg St itionl until tiin- boat rftua' it-
friom the +tulf.
O)ti the i -.turnl home tlie t,-b;it wil!
nIliKe a toiur up in tlie t,-a-t r:i p.rl -it
ith- avl civili r li;-' selig-ls- a flit
VI< w oI! P'e-il>ati:. fjiyt

tIli trk ai lile i < .'tI|-.

!11., ii; k th- I l .it.-Il -lit tl h tt 1t1i
ilu'.- !;t rio d. w which ~-,t l Al ,';i 4'.
iill.d -i^ W'*wa?. tT'-i'rd ior ;i ti iiit!
!iy i,-r fiiliily phliy-lcia i. Ibut *:1 "
w r..'-.. IM t"I l1 ! her .- w a- ;ai !!e1i.-
l,-- vic.tiim f (.ii- iiin ,i.n al!d th:t:
ino idicil, could cuir, iwr. H-.
drli .e ig-t ....i. .te-d Dr. Kiin:'- N, w
D i .... w i t l..r t'o1i utiipti0,ii" .-!
hitlihght i bottle aniid te lit r dili.. i'
f.,u' ,t r.r* -lf u0 u' tl;'-d from 11,'-t
,,: < .Iitialtl, d it- t e P tPlll ;iaf
ter ta:kinir -ix Ittlttl'-.. f,it l hi-r-elf
- tlllld t lll w ,ll, ir1 w 4 4 1.z i i( OW 1
lilou-,-'A ,rk ;iti l I- i w ,' -II ;a- -h1 .'-v>',
w; -I F tr 'al Iotl.- olf thi-(treat
Di-cioviry .it WV. A. )'A.ii-tt!' Dru.r- St-.i-. lar.,r- btttl.- ) 4 (' t-
:ind $1.t i.
'lIt IlllEtH-ill.t
riev r ftor .-t i- pu1c11 Il oi wVi ill lit- dI-' p lit- 'fo4
patratui ',,; tlihat i- w hy tli, rll- lth -
op-' IleI- i-\v-, v wat-ek Vwi.Iit lI" -C n';i i"
for tilh inll. Hie f-tl- t1--ui l. liv* 'h i.
r [pitl P;il:iri f ile-lit of hii- ot t;iie:-.
that hi- tIf'ot. s ar'. ; tppre-.il It*- 11:-
cthie-f di.--ir* i- thl t t -t,-" wthot ;lIi- I!,
110t t It 'lif r litirr I f illy k ii ,!.
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SOCIETY EVENTS


OF 'HE WEEK.


The Dewey Euchre club met at the
home of Mrs. Fred Gillmore on Greg-
ory street Saturday afternoon of last
week. The club is quite small at
present, but the ladies manage. to
fltid gre-at enjoyment sill in a few
games of euchre once a week. The
fir-t prize was won by Mi-s Piaggaio.
a bottle of extract; second prize wa.
given to Mrs. DeSilva, a very dainty
handkerchief; the booby prizo- wa..
presented to Miss Celia Robinson, "a
devil." which, in this case, is more
ornamental than, terrible.

Monday evening an extra gernnan
was held at Hotel Escanmbl.
'1 wenty-two couples were present.
Although ut the opera house a very
attractive play was presented, only
three couples found it sufficient in-
ducemnent to forego, even, for a part
of the evening, the pleasures of the
dance. Those present were:
Mis-s Mary Chaffinu, of Milton. and
A. A. Brooks.
Miss Nellie Mallory and S. M.
Cre ss.
Mis-l Reisinger and Robert A.
Friench.
lMiss DeVine, of California, and
Hniiry Her.
Miss Hatch., of lnambler-' Re- t,
aid H. D'C'. Ke-sle-r.
M i-s Marie Sullivan and M1 K-e
Mc1C-lhilan.
.aMiss Julie I). Sullivan and H. II.
Turner.
Mi-.- Harriet Cros-- and J. S. Me.-
( tiilith y.
Miss Daisy WNrigIt ;an. C. E. M.( Fr-
ritt.
.1iis4 Dai.sye Hyer an 1 W. NI. Pi't.
Mi-, Stella W\'lIit arnd F. A. Ros-.
NIti-s Verina H. Aik. ri auna I). .'
Su li vani.
MIi-x Alics- Ke-ssltr anid Dr. F. NI
T'lii pe a.
NI1 i Sallie W riiht ani .1 : I'
W a!on.
.-I- HI-rta Hyvr andit ('. Wnite.
M s1- Lottie Pitt anti (;i- l'iT -n.
N 1- 11illla Qtilia aild E 1. Q(.iiiai.
NMi-< A.liiaile Merritt ,aiiI tl H it;l
Cr' ---.
I!.-. E. ('. .Ma1xwell :aihl ia. M!.
Catr '.
Mr. and .M1rs. L. Hiltoi; G ,. .
('capt. alid M rs. R.i,. ll ,r.
?.ta.---M11-rs.. J. A\v-ry. Jr.. J.
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l'>tarl h';a iili C hipl'. .1. W VI \ %-r.
4'iha-4. Merritt. W ll I{ iVian. IMaii-
tihld More'i i TI T \. \ I\ tI. i 'h:i I11.
,inipj- i atid Porc ien ,f .11 til,.,

FiTl+- l.:ii.i,- Tw liaur-d i-y ft. i..\..-
F.iKi:t. t *iiit> w .1- 1i11 -' dh0iilittnlly
t' i ita tillt iy M\ i-- N Ill oe lti-rrow
l'.i-, i i n,1 i nitl lii l l'-ivi
Ili it'td to jo i li t e le IIdl,- 0d I thill- t*-
ca-in'i. tlherefiore n:akiii. telie tlii-
p1i-s moire )lea-antly. ''he ladlie-
fir'-t prtizo was presenite--d to MNi--
1),ivi-, a lovely b-Ih t burki ; t- ht- t'i-
', lation was won iby Mrs. Andir-t.ni.
silver tirtle-. pin: the genitl-mai n'
first pr'lz- was giv-en to Mr. H1. I,.
('i'--- ip. a hand paintedl t)lotti r; : i-
r11oii" latiin wiia. won i yv r. J,, i
('lr-ar' a hHiand lpainit-d -hi-ll. l-li-
lic'inti- rif-tiesl inentst w it- .*- V (iv d
,tttlr' l i. calds.
W\\'dnday av t St. K|tth'-ritl "-
0lt il,,-i. M l-.. (;.,'NO| :I ; 1'. il :t.i :ii1
NI l. O sl1iv. .. i fiol n<-i q t-i s -
I iiiarl i i %' !y tl- It- v M r. I, rk-
til11 At the- 1 our alip. intiti MI t li KR-
i 11 :Ip .-tii t i lupon t i t Il 1. I h!
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val Whaley officiating. This cere-
mony was beautiful in its perfect
'simplicity, the briae selecting the
olden ca.totn leaning upon the arm of tile grooun,
and when the question wa- asked,
*WVho givi-th thi-4 woman to be inai-
ried tbe thi- nmaid?" the. bride' s faith r
camei forward and placed her hand
in that of tile gromn, thus addit g
diznitv anlid si'lmenity to thli sc ct, .
Mr. and .MrN L:aird left on th:e early
morning traii foir tht-ir new howl .
feeliin as-ured that they had titl-
be-t wishes and congratula' ions i if
their many friends in Pniisacola.

"Tite t'.tiual gainles-i of whist were in-
dul!'.-d in at tlie Proiress clua)
W\-dii-d-:.y evening, 1Mi' Dann-
hi-is-er ,inl. the fortunate one ami
c:irrvyin o, a pair of lovely bi-qiu'-
ornllan-lit-i which were given as tilhe
prize ftr the best player for tile
eve nin g.
Thursday evenilln one( of the 11n4st
charming receptions ever held ill
Pelsu-acol- was ~given by Mr. Pnd(
Mrs Willi- Hyer to their guest, M1i-s
DeVine, at their lovely home ont
We-t H-linitnt street. Initatioin:
wer- ext. nd-ed rtrom four until tnilne
it. in. inielu-lv,'. The decviraitions
were orh jprofuse ald beautiftil.
thus making the already attractive
holmne a powere r of enchantment. 'Tl)e
hall looked lovely with its aInils Aid
white hyacinths. M arechal Ne-il ros-. s
lrraco-d tie library, while ricih tulip-.,
ro-es anid (arnation-s iadd-ed the biril-
liant ctlori'ng to tlih- parlor. Ti'e-
diiingi rloom wit ih Its ii iny tah--
Wilas 'alide fri gra1it t aIli!d liiaiitIt lI
with violets in ll oi;<)ult-.t. violets inll
va-e-. in f t't. vi',l-t- .-:ittered every-
wihere. 1-arrii-' eerif-stra di-couir-e. d
delightful miu-.i, filiin ai'i i lo.sed
zalilery. whlili h i-ntrnince-d tie eatr. A
howl of d44 ic ii- m hli i- w1,4 ;i ii''d --
IV "en -evid, iinc ." All :,if those :at--
tr(actioni-. to witicli wtre addt'(d a
-iit thlt- ',ll iti-iii. not lrt# tting a
cli aihiin . It .t aii'. hostt filled u'l
t!w- uI-.a-ur+' of a: dt li:!,ttul tvtniiIl4.
M rs. I' WV. M -.r-li eiitert:ii,, tHit-
Nlartm-l I, lti, -' E cililhr c it a lt lii'r
lv .ly mtlo ,ii 'lo i .orsday 'Ve iini-"
Aft-r 1ilaiy v'r v dtl li.la.fuil -g:,ii' -.
M r-. I ;. P ,i ,p l,.t w ak ., nii1d ti l \Iv
woi t' f r i t' -it im bll -r. -0 \viW,-
p(r--.i,'e-, witit ;a li- utifit real !ati
h titth i ll :i ;i n 1 1:1li .ltlt t..r ii,. ila ir "
M r-. K -i h,!r )Viwii n the- ctiin-,itl.ijttii .
i w'. ii l ht it in I(aii'le -ti'k. Dr.
t'!'. ;';,,,i, w .i1 tli, lucky III:'i a il
\'':i- i1i\ 0in ,i l'iv ly c01V r -t;aii at-
fir-t pli'/** M r. .l4lin-. n e it Phi ilia-
1' li t l i. :i -: i -t f ) l t W 1n ,1
V'rv i vr,. tv wj;i.- t)ro,'> i I e,!dvl;
t'oii-1il tii iin l ii/.i.. A tIlli t i lls- ,p
pl, \vt'i- thi,:i *-rvt d, w!i:;. wai
th** n i i | i j1 y1 d.,

t .\i"t' t Ei t ;li. l IjViiir Ia t int V
let)OU tW "lVii e t i' lth lall '.- rit s l t.:+I-
i#in l i n i Iday. 1t,. tii ny
lii, I ia l1-- til lt tli to i:, k thl0lir
it -.il- k> .,p tlileitw w itt thir ir iile -i i
talK ant l iiiuhtir. -11 dti 1rrfo, a.-
,ii;pli-lh -d a nti ilt dal on11 ttil ir
filitir.Y wo trki. l .iiinty i fr -hiniw iit-
w \'"r f njo vy,,i ,Ifte r ttih lai .,r ,,v,.r t! ,'
bill rTVl 1 dril wi l w rk. etc.. tlh
ti4 i" thi -ii i vini arrive d fo trl thi.
filiid- -of 'lMi- Maltaurt to bid 1er :.i-
"* K"o0 l .ittil t- llli.''

Ir- '. Ill,- O Xrtini. t-nti -rtaiili. th '
Sli,-' I'llir- -l iv A fto-te ii n E iilchr,
c it N. 11Mi-. l i] li.ii w olt fii-t ipriz/,.
:': - n iir i ,r ,.l ict; r" fr.in, -; 11r-.
.It '1 i t-I I . iiYv P1 i/zs :i v,'-.. ,l f
-,l,-t-. 11 )iDavi- w ill t litit r il :
; !h (11 T 'i 'l-d:1 I V f i i i: t!' iI-xt
w k. :11 1 M 1 -. .'ir stk I',,i w ill ti:v-
it1 ; + I' r .' l l. 17' llr th -tl i+ I tt ; l I i"l ,r liif o l,
i'!:i i l- .ivy ;i! n .

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3V1iGREAT MID-WINTER=-


GIEARI AND SIOGKTAKIN All[E




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 DR s (;o(l6 D. SILK- AN) .\TIN.D


Big Bargains.
IN TALE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ETi'.


Big Bargains!
IN LADI)IS lMISSEI C'APES \N)D JACK ET-. AN D IN ,LADIES
TA I1.!{ Z-M \I)E )DRItESSE-: .


'big Bargains!
IN LADIES S SII.K AND 'r RILI,,ANTINE KIRrI AND I.ADIE-
I'I ANNEL AND) SII.K WAI IS.


Big Bargains!
IN O( 1-: I-NTilE WELL SEIFCrEI) MAMMOTH SEHOK D)EPAR1I
MlN'; E F:VEl Y PAlIt (;I'ARANTEED.


Big Bargains!
iN MI:N -. .l;VS' AND CHILDREN -s ''.' r lN<: AI..O MEN -
.-I I Ill A ND \V I I I E I N ERWE i:.


Big Bargains!
IN 'I (t MILLINREY D)EI'.AR'T ENT.
s tilr- ,I:. \ V ilk iI Hf itA. w ,,rt h I .i I Il . 1. i t t, i- ;11 'l,.i.
IlinT lt- 1 t 7'." ;i' a t.I


Big Parg:iitns!
IN I'Il: I'ETS. M.\TIIN<;.. V'NDO\V Si" .YD-. I.1 \ E 4' i l'.\ IT N'
\', 0 e. t! .iv,.,i ir.. r i- r,>ii .li Tw in 1 ,n.. t r ar-litI .,f M .ttim .
II .il-.,ii-n C'.r -pft ).-ii-. "i'h,+ l,.w pli l.. AI -irpri-e yoii.

COME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

filr 'iii,.lil,.b r .ur Tr1 drad D ;-co( ilt. ;, .T f ill ('ash I'ipur.'*a-a.-'s'

YO RS A.-NX I;! S I< PLEASE.

-'COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.-:
'Nin til ( r !iil r- t uPr, it ly Att,-nd,-d rTo.-i


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Coffee: Coffee:.
/\e (.tilrff'pt/ /ftnf/i,' fto

/'let tihtt Ir'e hare one of
/tie b.st equimoped IouSfr'/'.s
if t/he aSouth, a(n1 tht Uf e
c(ftn turnish this /eliciois
bo.rpr'd ee a prio'ex /',(It
(dif competition. IIe tlso
wish. to remind vyoU thttt our
Co/lees are always. fresh
from. the Roaste.r W'hile
others are old and hare lost
their aroma, ours is fresh


Don't Pay $40 and $5C
1for S1., ;\i. M.11.ie HIn w} 'n,
0"irs I,,1t t: I -r ,in k ,. \\ r't. ill

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Will have plenty on hand in three or four days.
; Reserve your Orders for us. a.


MOOG & STERN,

Nos 108 and 110 East Government Street.





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A RESUUR(JE OF


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ENERGY


STORE


BRITISHERS ABANI

MOLENSORIFT I

Zc i-eAlter Eomba'A.
by L-oer Cannon

C2OS:S THE TUGELA

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DON x)Lhtewazv ttgcn"wil. eave somOI
bu peomj zty Iw: 13dO
yet ;*en m r-.e :c
rdment M ~-c~~'" !t: ~ "a


AGAI ci- itanyr i.: :n :-t*7L&:;1 a recac-
:-:an,-" n 'r : t*) 'Z3 a !re3. ad-
Polcon Ohan ..&e*,v:c.-... Belt. uti:D ztc as and ire
r -Mro.y m-1!2f; WL. ..l:~.... 1n:2 'r'gr5s IS
i'mith fir 'j:L n i

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THING NEW


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PAINE'S


CELERY COIRPOUNDi


Harry D. E.""--. (Eens'?a"s, N-. Y., rts

'-Earl,,, : Ca ri zI f o -,inxv. a;; .: ....II-',IA
my ap 1 1t Y, ~::-anIIa~-:>r r, 'x ri
crencra-'. I-'a v ~ tk '~: ( '
pz~un,'A ,an a::-r
life as I i n .. I ac' > ;. ::c "*h
and x-l-,r ran :i -a n->: a r oi ':uc);',J
it to allpu 'i- .,v :ra n a .':;;
to all at!.''A. : \ w A 'r If' 2 A

Pain~s`3 ,-e-y C mp:uadires"'or. s. s~rength s
SWAnis.a3 iK energy atrd iuscuLar fre


SUMMONED TO rIA.KFORT.
xvpro-vv Iv.. aa 1 '0(Gets a
Ira ,,% I>. I107, 10 -A message
lAWia f of h.e D L-V !.r-n Gi.avera,r
Tay~cr ea~r-v tUa. UI'LL411d LRVsa.o4C.
Mrin
Mdr L-w. is as nc '-:o-irrei o w ,
to a Proan7iu-n-T tI.CIL 0'? .I' *fl ris
ture and t-r--:, s-- a, .v-rz. r !&.or
WV0'.a71,.& w t U ...,n U e-rU.~~a
SMon
The r!hanizow i a!-,f T-l -r *m-,
in the 13,tU-0- an. arJL vtC
meSn bV eaiag-& Tioa nY. it-rm -ta-~~a.
prnm pt. r a -,iu-,t i L ,- ,3n -ati r
houses and no na a -ra t i.on -
mostoo n ;Zuo- t nlii- tfloa, *Lo..e or
of Mee I IngL a td t, berC" U .e 4

GzornirE7'-a %, Ev F-b (-4
stuno law.. r wal L t -awr,-ae-n a
Judge Can~re:.Ca led :nt.0 .o'n-t, n
prooeoilngs r-r* tziar t )n t r.- *u-trn
Judge PIyrl.. I r T:- p ItF, ..to.

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Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
DENTAL SURGEON,
M$.csi: Tae.e. Pha: 364.


Kodol )IJ.LIALU INLVRAjN
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Dyspepsia Cure. Real Est
Digests what you eat.
PartLifl-ial'yd g tih-fodadad
'Na-ure in -trerivtbenirag andrArpc(,n- i-z 1A
s-tructung the exhausted dive~tive (or ~ -.
Izans. It isthe-.a~ortdiscor.reddiwzp-t- 4, 111 J.N T
an t and toar.. No other preparat,(nr. ..- AN -:
can apprr-ach it n efhc:+ncy. It in- R A No L V
stantly rel~evo-i and perrnant-ntly cures
Flatulence. SA-;r- Sto~mach, Nausea. ~ :
SickHeadachoo.t'ai~t ra:g: a.Cram ps. a nd 1",,Ira
all other resultv-ofimp*-rfoet digestioe. UlLL1.7'aI
Prepared by E. C DtW tt & CO.- CbIr-ao. W
Harz:- Pharmacy. J,,!:, a.- n~


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Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


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ALL FPOEPS SERVE ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.
.) looms f r Sezt by the Day, leik or M )n't.
311, 312 North 'arragra Streit, Cppisite Unihe ODept.
0-Te.ephone 68.---0
---~*-EO WILSON & CO.,-.-
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.


S.


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALATOX ST-.
T eXoloplhoo 8300.
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Cold Weather
Corr ing.
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.1 Coal and Wood.
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Tel-phon e No. 147. ..


eJOH-N PUVRDY.-

Foundry l lYIachine Shops,


Telephone 3464.


Poimmacoia. rfa.


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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.

-I, 0,1 ...S .. 3 |U0. e POLITICAL AIDOICII
If0a Or m" lTISPEC1_- 0e o nes. i F. ,aKElando"fprop W,.
SOUR 11Baterest to Pneei.e Colored a doa I foreign language r.
IltNb Cawtba' oSrvatory Prvate I ere aan m f a -oetor
Am to ranh I.H. 1L. Purcell. a prominent colored Of -$T 4, PDr Iemble pract&.. I- -
S k .S Ta b.'h tof t-uli I ranBl t .'.. attorney. late of Palatka, naa lo- h I ai sd lutermt of s-i myE.- o
cated here and ha. handsome office. ---~ Cu'Tl l-lt.
K ,No-*bk Yr..-e:n. ,t runabyt, Liverpo-.l A pleasant imusi.al entertinmEpnt -F 't'T FLWEKS- arid k'oral L-:a ar sel f cadid
How the Daily News' Best Pa- to',rl-r L'.l LA-r' K- a Ii pir. -r S rpt-et do.eana order fr clom-' b.-en
-- Nor s0k k r -r .ra* . Jen.'c. u der- the dir'ctiCO, of Mr-. DD \ Ver- A. ar C- na f.n p .- r .I vi.$jstllte M or deo. r Weo- : 0-.r' r.T "hercb of ieboyBblo cooM yI. teslaw _.
trons Are Prosper ing '- Hvr*, I* L (, o "y Carr will be gien at Clutter' pr - of t --. *,-L. M .#r. .ao C r. '.lim ectio. J" C. AA'P
Srns rp r r.r. B:r.gas.. 0'1, pt*..'-r L. hat h;. st=I hak M.,nday niz-It. F b. 19. .-'t
S--- 1~*, -. uX*. I I-''rcm. wes 1i nt talented lady i aILi.-tant prini- 1-- I'ow4-r- IEr -'1 n -ru Foe Clerk of she 1Circui erU'l.
Harli-p.' ,i to W L Wituc0 a._t cpal of the West Flotrida Baptist MO'I- '1" L.-.,-D- *_ -.--~ I her*b. announcY-O y**i*ll a es S
T rib ah ea 'l. ,r.. -AB e.ctm n Ha. l.a.rt s h1,ib r. ;. Ateror.. ,r-ton AI'Mdene.y and has a mu-ical and -* t,,. ,' '- r wr. 'iE u a 'r N 4 f .r.-.. for dEO ? F U Ai*le
t -1. LNEY T- 12 L- Es P. Ir rpro tly n re.r'ue'- -r-p-c.h ii.--.. I. Pf Esambsa Wonty a3
I--.l>,oee the Loll After the Holl- Nor Ldr 4 ia 7-.. o J-oU.-. to P i -.iary --udio over t,. PsA na- I br.r.-'ty ;,: A. F -r. .- r : V" iette Mormo. 1:-4 w -: e.'- -T nEd *: At. Support of th vt:,rI
W. -.Ai i.Litu'-r c ;a Dr[u/ Co.'- -tTre on Norrb Pala- .cu .".. la tf x -::--t. ':f pt. ;s -r .. Wiho l.lrke it Tohrtogh the Col- .'' K-Ae-r to i h1- qu' rtt-rly in,-ti-.z of tr edu- ] oans megoti*ed. 6 to 8 per ceNL lAII,(t (oo .I) For CircaP Cl rDk.
=mof- t.he T1.P ,ti'na,,l co,,vrt-i,,,, f t. fl:-.: WV--t Bankley & Damiell. m..;tfTo the votr of Esmba 'unt.
mo ofe NeuaTPPO F.*,orld' .Mil-.ir:ary Ba; t.-t a.-c. \- -R.M. t1&R .H EkIRNE-MaufSctr-r T rbaroEc rns -
Mr. H. Muller l- c ,brati n tr. *:.n t.i1 b, .id a.aMt. wl. H i z-t Lthe e of e k of at -
*lne, b Uttvy .r.,,wt, of r.i- bu-D'--- V aB I 1 PO T : 'Iret, :t lit 14. ;11. b. 17 A E :V P I-;l r '.I (1,A!' E street. EPAam s ounI St m fAA N %-'- 6
by tro t g t,..--if t, o of tLe armS aI .,n-t f..rg -t til men,"i-n' x.r- .iTI. 4.LI. bare she nUp rt of AL f .-d %a
hb adst nm t (.ut.'.-r al-. it towr, r A- T. .t. Am:tti. to BH ar*. r -s:. e a- -- at th,- E-<*<,ujbi H igh -n t....l Lii l ME1- P" -t- -rL
It Ia a Tr.eu- l. ; :.* w.ll ainottl r . Andero-. t,, B r*. -".d .vd T2- 7 *. The I.u-lc(al pro- r A T l a Taw -Itc.r
t"; w-ighbt of a tiir. HI- manycu,- .j , L :* V wi;! b. t .-ltif--t #-v-.r pro--enit- rWA h KKR, MN. t1. J'L-5. 1arhby annouonc, my ,* ah cr d.d1-
tomDers will tI.-v..r :, v cau- t i.. -- +- .'- ir o j -'*..-r ,.,rlnla. 1::.v-1- .: . ur pr,,pgr',. pr,- ,p:- Jo -.etctn a- TIa o : astorof ea .Cnt -
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K ,, : & '.r:, ;.. ,, 1,,w Tr., \ ,-t i ,iism,- -t- r%. air.. I ,A,,1, .,,I' F or sale
-'lo r id t .t.,, tit- I ,,r it ,,- I r l t tr a ; I,, l+ \ ',E! % a i .-r -.t H it) Jt1 ,:.ll J. s t I
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your ,ord.-r wih ., l t] -ii
soon=., aM,_ IIUCheally w new, to-
Pollfx. ltu%. ,;; rcatt-ry RoadI 1).-c
Soil Ca; & i. r- .. '," : ,.,- iv- Sgether with fTKo-story build"
ing.oua Setitz w in thin[:.'- t, T(o,-r.- n11 li*ittr m ,dicini- for thil. b
S~kat. W Ratc'h Tl l i. N ;\v- for t I.ir ih., tt.n '.thanht-rli i.- C,,uih j eeth new
appr v.: ....v 'i 'i CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEKee ro. Filer
S- f--.r tN- wih ,.-.t.her- .ind .. .,i li owe Mach iery. Ca-
('a;ll at A i.r-.i,' .JIwlry -tori l ,-u. It qui-klvy curn- thl-ir .... P ityt enf -tle to thirt
and I-t D)r. W l(c'x '-xv iri y 'i ,4.,u-*ii -, :.<1 'ld-. ir,-vE.iii, pn,.u- th u.Xf n r fe ty
eye' a> i fi- *! Irof .i;i. o a t he r-. riou- oni- j h e- .-- a* l . w oisan feet ier d .f
gs...i- hat Sit-.in. i .,i.ou~r...coui, af ,a, v I.--u( ese goodss are all ttis8 Seasos BuyIqg aid will be UJploaded at aId Bargain for right; party
Don't m;- r- -2 l.,l :i,- t'.t:,2-,:" a- f Oln ... er one out o m an u-
,ver.tuis-it- .-. 0 J -.i.. i.. u.. it.I, .,ar,. it nit .ii cur. Below ,T.ar)ufaeturers r pricesbusiness reason
are int-t I-tmig. croup;. but wh iv na- a- a- the 4 r selling. For p articu-
-r-iupy c,' ou.ti appeoar-, will! prev-nlt ,
Ifyou wart th h.--t fr,-I. m .-at- in tho attack. Ien ca-. of whooping t1 ,z Infant,,.' nd ,,,ir.-,,- H f p . r-- ..," ,1 4il:,<.. -,:k ... M n --,...-1 i ..- ir L
the mnark'o-t cill p:''.-.i 17 21 aau give.- e' irh it li'-fit thi- t uItt h iucu-. nt, .a-. nVrt- .rguii, 4.v.'ul- wlarp. i..e -.,,r-. ,c or i :. 1 r'oi '- iu -" L E E Dc. IE LLf T
your order to H. A. 'Wati rs. makia n it esi-i'-r to #-xp.ctorate. and a: pr >:. i ., ,an2l .
i--- --.-n-z th- *-v-ritv and frequency I.**I, a L.ad-- '. M-n" an, 'hi',lr-n'-r 4 h, \--,,r!'-t I H. iv 4 !r..- -d( .,n
H av... .- .. ',-, tri-il te- ( ro i, If, .,,- ,of t,,l. A, el,, 4f .(,'i t l gI tall. .R F..., 1 .41... ',,,,t r 5H
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ou- c l'q' I ;nll e-' For l b y Hall- :'- 'n Hack a n(I ('e rIt..(I ,-nr_-lit. p,.r art! .-
Road Eu.n'- At- ,n:a l',c- 1 l' .It- l a td Bra- r1 .. Pala x. trP.l t. a ol A ,fd or f-ii 5 .' e 4 5- 'I
e mutd Soeneet o ti- -c ..it "un- -d..p.. -i B Che I d Green G roeer
Patro t Jm T lh T f rree L a rg e S to res .%-.I '.u i rt ,1 V.-% ,,r ..,t ,,. " '""p '" : ... "-l9
and aaachiul- '.; FIii. of F-1RNI tI E. Til fit :!4. u. -1 *. 11 f .4 20C I 2 -, PHONE 172
bile of \ :,t,.,lit lB.->l n.,tl, S@t,-t-V, e -r :-lar.ch .Kl:.i-k ,a ,il r, H.,-inr'ta. I ; ..r. ;'I, t, ,, -s,.. p..r ,, $1 40 r.-.h' Tl'r tn,-..e and \rtivr M eat-.
E-pecially tt a attractive bh r.a aini ar.. -hw n i, '-n : 'rt-tty. n-atly.- R" 'I I tt -ii r .y ar- rua ,-,, 11 ,r -al- ck -s l 1 L i-rin
Stff-,r-d for -il1 n-xt week at 'Con. en i. tini .-cl-d Iak1' oak H -droom it ait- at r, 1,) 1t. \ 1ur sI-.. ".,,p, ry a ;'. .i .! 9C ri country
JFriedman & Cu,'s. Racket Store. inlI prie--. 1. : ttan and ('iCo blor S.at 4*. 1" , er:in.It'a hl a,-k ,I -- (I :.k ""' I- ro, u Daily.,
i t.e. i' 1 .4- ."ct. f itt a . I(ti ."-n - fI Pl-: ini-* ,' i -- i n-i r4th "'.
.k .hi: and little, ch ap and ::. ,,,1 .. .,. r. f,r ti. a- pr .- r. i.- p n i ,,,. ,,, ,,. 0 S o .
Jacohby hia a ntew advertiisemrntt Iigh. l- ok at thin. "ara. 58 k -1 Idur5r.8 t, .P- t;,. t h -IorI JOhnsOD d SOD'S tore,
in thi- I ui aind ill addition' to) it- M). PR YO 'S S ;, Hr a I c -atm, ro. 6 ,:ar u r .t. :.,- .. ::: -a .qr o iur 'i.Avv "' ,.r M ao r n,I,, li,,. ,. INTENDENCIA STREET
contents., hl- lsays ii. i ov,-r--tock, 1 d bargain .1- iri i-hiuitr H-. u-e. i. *...-- .-r. f..r t.I i -.-. i, orytrd v 4l ,.1 c -r,-: at !htr h-in w r*ttr at-, tIr.r- pr1 .
on fOne olives in i111all hottle,. at lo -
cents eachi.ati d -ha- i.- extra lairg- (i.-t Sain i 1-i-.' rices on Carpen- itg
pecans a* 15 rI nt- ., pound. Hie- i- tor-* Tool. itarde-i T.ool- and Shelf
preparing ,tioth,.r ,tI li- .,Irri., Hardware before you buy. an e Remember the Place, 105 S. Palafox Street, ..
for *.V+- public which lte will iniakt- li,)1ti.y. 7f-tf R the P 1 St
public il a few day- MLOYENT (J-i
.THKE l T TI>IC. Rinl up 3S2 or call aRt the office. F . A WN a WlULL l nGlO a,
The v.-ry beet medicine one can 11 North Palafox street, when inl
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