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NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


NO. 10.


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

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ADICAL REMEDIES


FOR THE TRUST EVIL


c,, :o El, Deal. With In a

Tii1,1ing Way.



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Atlt 1, rot eUn.;rY %%.u d r-fusetiii
t :t BUT C~nQ~An' tor a legus..izive
-r n,~a:iciail (-0 ~will) W11,[lot give his
.1 anid c.4.oirtullOL-Alg.&tIOU to h1N Conl-
..-ini ncy that lhe Wit:,Li.t aco.pt 2Lpass
Or,,to a"r ratrwo(ad or hteatiisliittt lnr, or
wi.I.. N.t Ourtuir Ilniis term ot K .ofl!'ac-e pt
~.%.;v re-. ye f rom a trust or own any III-
.-rest % ua**o9,*-r LiBis rust. T'lins
w-ra- ..t v-r ui.e It posaib.. for tne
ea:,::nrnt aci en!. r;-e-neut of a law
naung I- a f- 'nv ft.r any appointive
u, I *A.. 1 mr- a-wetpt a pwis or be-
-.:1 *-.111 ..L~> a tru%t.
.,r~~ I,..- vof !iirrmers are
I., re e I i it ; ri es !hey obtAin f(,,r
L7- i1n :*tIte t-beaptie'rs 4fthe
p -.. a.. tti*n ii 11 are blinl t~i

.:. I: t e 'Urnnt-r is -,o


1i.. .0 ...aeInure
p.o


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~rth i't'..'.tit:I wittirctbe % ater.- to
a 16 snarv:. :9Poit %n illi good wishe-



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a t:e ie- 1i ~ca--s o:
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t 'e i I. Ir a I-te- .. a I A I -I I of
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..:'u-tvi -hip a-Ua.1b>tile ati 0 fltr,
u..antic.6 ributio:i rshal. fu".
o%%trsI~w iqnot t.) or-
ue 1. Iveli (f returm. but to III-
.'0 o. tit r-v .I, non. But tln.s is
:~r .:' :e I..(,,-or ecess..ri-. Radical
:ii- ;o.:ceven Oil the
"'- ~ f v *jct revo.-jtion. if wisdomn'e

r*te radical remedy for thie
us~ ~~~A I.-e. 1lie 1abolition of it
.0. ':. .v lI're is the tav~ot it.f
%% : growtzi, so far as that
p%% r--oanous or ran~cerofls. Ini.
*L 1-u-t% ate &-imiply ( o operative
..-...t r liar, nerhip* IO'Se-bsing


.:-.i~itmn .:utooio:v removable byr
.t!t:.At at"Iitcia. ahl:' U2n
~ a. ~ dI rso. ue prul'aie cor-

~.I~ L!I ~'i that owing to tile
.Con;zrevotan Town. of
A. A.1Ibe unable TO attend
* 12t'r-V 0. lt.;na.-e onthe ref.'-
*"Mrtl-te. Was given Frank L.
lot$% ibbiO A.

1 A:..: re--. unions were
I' t~ereolve'i t.) hue-
'- t tnt-n t.-r t ug I aited

... ::-t!!. is be.-n nas-vti by
rerne!-evratires a 1),.1
o='I-acVV '". *wflicn bil.

.-pr .a,'-aiitb.'land by tithe se-
0. t~tit1% tcrionoisd icythe
er s~' ; ie .., a nd e X Vt
~t~.t i-t t.ls'~;And


ItI. nti.t' ialal tant;: .'mo-'ettze s:.ver
ant s.i pAtor mcneey dollars; niake al.
del;s L'Bet',;(ire contracted and here-
a'tr to be o, trac ed para':,e n gold,
pla7e it in the power of ni.ney holding
RUaI money lindiug ciasst to contract t
the currency at will and to pos, ss
themselves of tne property of the peo.
pie at pleasure, and in short. enthrone
the motey o:igarchy, establish a conti-
nental bak truth. enslave the peopnic
and '*u oTvern!:ent may verinh from th3
S '.; now, therefore, oh it
l-solved, Tuat this conference here-
Lv u'ters its mst so, emn protest
t;a;aust th-a must infam,ous lacasure.
lo E 'u rn te11 I',,;l! '.
.nd:. it fzrthr
1-'Liolved. "1 nat t:;- r-. rman of this
con'3reuce s flerebiy ln-tru'.li to ap-
poml: a coilnilittee of P,. !'.*.':ill e Ia to
;:-epare a uietioria. .in-< ; .uc-.
rn;tg auti w o, sna. t r *I: : 1 t : ;: 1 )
the capital o; ( t:e nat.i,,l :- ,:: : : .1ti
(if I rsi ntinl :n :s1 Ti )r>l ,, .; ,..c3
ct <' ;n;:;rte* g ) 1i t> si : .i .- ..
A tia i t ::-: e;
11-'-o.Vt J, ; wo v.-.r.' i,- e r']y
fi tile UUnltd Sl'ato-t; o *t..f it !::f-i.,
t, tui.r hluerty and ur-e t .ri temuni
ev'.rywhere to im'ee te i tl..- :i I!t:er
r'n pu-. W.aces antl :u : .
]ltl I ,t .i'ne- ;: Ii i .i t 't a; : .i .
, .. 11,1 np ;res v.i III r. .r evor
pr.+en <,l (to a legislative Ldy Ly a Let
of conspirators.
lnhese reso.utiuns were rre*ents-l to
the confere:,ce by Judjg il>eniir of
Kentucky, wieu Jnodae -h. e:~tin finished
hi3 epeteci and were adopted by a rising
vote.
Imnmediiatelyv after the ridon'ion of *he
Flemiuz re-o.utiols. Aiu.i-1 S Tiiorni.
ton of New Yur; notified the presi:'n
officer that he would refus- t o deliver
the ;peern f,ir whica h- was s -:hedu:ed
tuday. M3r. T".rnrto:i made n.o state-
ni"Tit on toie 11 ,or of tme conference re.
ardinig the tinater. u in 11an1 titerv:ew
afterr nti exuioietd his r-aoa o 'u: refus-
ing ti tast e ;I.u:er part izen too co-L:i-
en*,.
"1 wa\ 3-aa --' ." h I:i. "l'at thihS
.'ls r,) t ;t L":; trn tin a t rt -' t.*:li .. ;. I
j. i t)a : I .'.''r.I-,',. o' r thl ,.- pur j
n!';' : '* -.: 1 :;: .+d .(", tuie Anti
'' !r t ... o :'.l .1 1 (+n c rts:i :: ;.la: !. ,
.,," :;*)* ;. :* .t t- Of t1' *.; ; rt;;. ;; l'eS, .u:-
*: a n 1 ; ..-: til: c;:rr : -v L: i. Mr.
].r IWrt % Na l;-1 : p;,'.;l: V.'L; U t.;'I
re.so'ltlti;s were a li,:,I-i and if Lhe had
i;*:1 b reu thevr ii ;i:lt i..-3 Itt Ai diit I-
(iE: :.a: I L iv Tos rivey roe u,-d to
aidr'ess t.- c.'.u ut'.r" I L aud waill ot It i
ltuni ter idenitf*.l', wi:u it as I con-:der
t:at t(,o. -'y ?.c;t:o i.--es i: a l 'ar.r-a
ga:; .ern '

(t'iDi Si'eel i- DIealih.
*r i- t n ll c'hiow t!- t
-1,i r IIuir litf.- lnd r l.:tt S I IW iig;1h ;i
*; .Lti in," v i- t!: iwful lr-:pfIt
-* : in ,,.r, .M I. 1.. li 1 it, 4,f L ilI+.
1i i.,. \V i-.. hy li-r d,,ct,'r :ift,'r
\. ; il\v try \ iiz to curi .ir ,f tIrighl:-
fill ;.-k t itot ii t Ii tr. iilbl 11nitl 'el-
I W iiit ,lit i ,* i- till ; t t 11111i t 411;
" !.' Ill V lioliU power .1 lr:ii ilt-
S- tcure Stoiitchl ;and l.ivfr
tr.iil -. lbut .-h. lit.e -Jt of it, ti ok
-* v, i hlttl.-, wai- \ h. lly 1 ni< sIV..), -t t -ilre ill'. kll!;-, lln i' W l li-
iior i' aid 1 '. 1- iet ri tI. i i -\ o it'-
.**-. i lV -|y i ira I~t, (1 t ill t* '111--
n Iivr ialld K i-l t. y ti>rolltl -.- ;li
I: \ ,r d i i n;iitl l t i' -- .olw,' ;. I I W .
A.. I .'A lnei ,il rt .* driiug -t'i ,.

GERMAN CRITICS IN ERROR.
l'UIltledStso trt'-ltiy IVteiproecity Aree-
iairnit .tl--ltail by Iliiagli y 1lill.
WAs~uNoro., Feb. 1l.-State depart-
ment officials Eay that the lierman criti-
cism of the reciprocity agreement re-
cently arrived at between the United
states and Italy is based on an crrone-
ous belief as to the articles upon which
duties are redctcd or abolilied. A.--
cording to the dispatcu lie Germai
merchants feel that tue United Srates
has made reductions in tie case or toy'..
hardware and other (u.h articles As
a miltter of fact, the arranuemuit wa-
r-iade under section 3 of the Dingiey
tarTif act
T"ni section ipecificaiily namesi the
articles ui'ou whiwo renucutioin may l>-
.:ranted by tue United M-ates as fol-.
.,-ws:
Argol*, brandies, champagnes. or
sparkling wines, stlil wines and ver-
:nuth, pai(ntius and statuary. Tuhe
ac provides that the duties way be re-
duced ou these to 3 per cent for aKrgols.
$1.7. for brandies. from $1 tio to $3 uOt)
for champagnes. $i .2 ftr stilt '\\nes
aud 1, per cent for paintings.
As to the concessions which Italy
makes to seuare the benefits of tme re-
duced duties, the department ollicials
are unabe to make any statement at
this time, as the arrangement is subject
toratificatlon by the Italian chambers.
hut it )s known that, in general terms,
rhe arrangement is likewise affected
with France.
The man who was "*horn tired"


shouldd use I'tc'KI. ASHt BiriER-.
It inikee work a n..-..-itv to give
vetnt to the energy and exuberance
of spirits generated hiv fun(tionial ac-
tivity in the sy-tetn. S ,Id by Han-
nah Bros.

iFIOImDA ANDI GULF IANDi CO.
PENSA' I ol.4, Fl... Feb. 14. llu .
A meeting of thi- -tockh,,ldei-s of
tl!- Florida and (ulf Land comlipany
will be held at the ,ilher of the corn1-
":niy in thi- city. Tt.ur-day. March
tlhl, I19& i, at 12-' i.tck I F. B. B .MI \',
fl4td t-crit, ry.

Furniture on Credit
Mo-t beautiful line of .-ide bo:rd-tl
*.v~-r shown in the city. \V:trdioboiz.
with gla-- doors of -v, ryv dfiscip-
tton, front the chiape-s-t to tihe fine-t.


BOERS ARE


ViRY AGGRESSIVE


THE DEADLY


PARLOR RIFLE


Gcn. French May Be Compelled Two Boys Shot, One Fatally,


to Rctrcat.


OCmmaiidr ri lurIri i i, Spekin.t to Ctt
Oil 'CoianUii atli.in anrid Coop l I'
I,,ril i ter.-'" Io t",',es -Itilibh lre -
i.is ion is Coin idler t rii ical-ii...
u- 'tratil;ig N.ews.
L. Nm.N, Feb. I.-T;!>. tul-it;I
wich y-t:.lay gr,- t hed tl.e rie'poIt
t .-t .i nit Robe-rt- hid iacti!;ily l..-
itn i atdvalncei towardd Kimlt-rly
wa-i considerablly lii. rnini 'a niew.- thai. ti:e po-itioi,. olt
tlie Britilh i at anid lear ('ol..bu)iirg
:i;d oen-berg is so critic 1i that Gein.
l~ r t '- force.- maiy lit .oiiplllledt to
retr. -it still farther west anl .south.
The Iloers are tunIqu-ztioniubly
ani-werilI.g Lrd Robert-,' aggre.siv`--
ne-s by 'c-tint are actuallyy t ihretateiiig lhis lini e of
contiectiioni with I) Deaar.
Cape Coltiny vloerii are inii great
force l)btweiin G(ot. ( atacre's foiceA.
Strrkstorni nid (Cole-S)urg.
Co.limmainider DL-rt-i. oin" of tho
mot eit-rfgetic of tii e Traa-zvaal
leaders, is uiidoubtedliy eii(iavoring,
to get south of feltii.he.r., t-ve toi
Naatiwport. from wlji-hi, he( c.iai
strik, a. I)lo.w at tlihe r iitii- line oi f
coiimunicatio-i that woult coop v
Lord Robert- anti all Li f ,irc x-
ie pp thioi 0 1f (i..i-. (. ,'0 ..; ;m
Killykei.iy,
M military ,x :t- !i<,'r b.li-v th it
th i. ti r t:.. i,' f O i- B iiti-h lfr',.In
l,-i,-bh .. -, p.irt of iLOrd I,'!1, *r!-"
- Ill, mte' I.) tHrow 1 i -< eli tll li.i l|it
i. i;'i-t t I., i i '-rst at hi r i iv I,
,o: tit,. tl.f-or that tlh'- o ;,. :y i- noi ;
:hll- to suo '---frilly t;i)- is i titi d -
It 1.-i%\ P ;, ti !l tr tha il l oill 'L .
''ti r wiitidr Vawal of (;-i!. Ir.ti I'
1I rc' firoml t l,, lit-i ll.:. : t
't-ld-; to (c' iioihor:at' V t!r i- ilitl:ir\
'1 i ;1 ioti t I :t Imid lI ,,I r:- lI:(- we;) 1-
**;,dil their' f,.- her lifr torc'- with tlhi-.
pt.i -, in ll vitw-.
It i- ri'p rteil tlh1:t the Il ; '.r Maiit-
I ,r factory iat laddr-r.f-.tIiin lihi-
blown ii and that thl0 ii"r i> of ti h.
workiiitn were killed by the exl co-

c watr lico repotrt.s that in :i a r-
**-t.lioi icl .rt Mor. lid v. with D)aiditri-
:tlil- iv'iiry d i'lng scotint aiilnty.
(; L i. I .iW l ,l r l i l a li-ilit ;t;i ;.idld
-ix n:,- in cipt>t rtr l lie t.I I; -;)t-.


Alii; n s. (Ca F'b. :; -- l-puty (C i-
lect( r \V. lE t'r la"tt, De;uty M.irsnal
T..I ,l "" a! lliried .Id i's-eniadi 1; 1L
Kluinm nia''o a rali Il.lie'S E rc-th otl
aithiaiti, ,Jl,'.o cout.n. a few nig;utts
ii::rOe .1kti t';!,i-urei a siiii o 1M0 .aiious
CipJcity. (restroriiig ,'.) g;ailt. of beer
and "' gaitiiis of wbTi-;y. Two white
men ran off and iefr a :uui, anid buzty.
Wilicli was ;eized be o ii er<. \Var-
rants were taken out t'r u liil liwman,
M1ui t (;rffcTu p.ad \VWiilis l."..


N>,ot-l .\lt l i i1s1l :1 l)-n ( O <) 'I % t'tItf .
Mt'\T(i(M;h!.Y, Aila, Feb. J3.--.News
reached tims ci:y of th1 death of ex-
Speaker W. 1. Foster of Tskegaa. lie
was a member of the house of represen-
tativs in 1i 78 tI; 1 5 ') ; lbf2-B3, being
speaker of the latter house, where he
tn:sde a ctpieudid reputation as presiding
rf1:-er liHe was a leading lawyer of
East AKabamia and an ex confederate
soldier, receiving a wound through the
lungs at Maivern hill, whici wps the
ultimate cause of his death.
I'nleI S aiin's IrirHll I loo rlshlng.
WASIINOTO)N. Feb. 13.-A statement
prepared at the postoffice department of
the gross postal receipts for January.
i 9O, as compared with the receipts for
the same month of the preceding year,
shows an unusually large percentage
of increase. Tue total receipts were
4-.037.4i,,, an increase of t3y,t 1,j per cent.

PIEOPL*I.'6 STOltIC.
Just arrived, larpg assortment of
the celebrated -**Griton Bratid" of
tS.hirt Waists in dark aud light pI-r-
c Ple, white lawn, etc. They are the
best in tho lauid. Famous for fit.
style and finish. We invite your ini-
- pectin. If-.'

An Editor's Life Saved Ibyv ihan-ul r-
lain's Ctiugli Itniedy.
Dm intl the early part of Octiber.
1.S;. I contracted a bad co)I witic'i
settled on my InuILs I it. wa< n110g-
lectetd unti! I feared that (consiiiip-
tion bad appeared in :n iincipiont
state. I wts ca'iintanitly coun ilin
and trying ti expel -omiething whicli
I could not. I b o'ain- al:rtmii'd andi
after givinir the local doctor .a tri il
hoIight a bottle oaf (Chanilerlain'-
Coutiih len-.dy and thu r e-ult wa-
imninediate iiiiprovewen:lt. ad a:ft,,r
I hind u-ed three bottl ,- my imivgs
were restored to their he ilthy ,-tat-.
-B S. ElwAAI,4s. Ptubli-sher of Th,
R-view. Wyatt, Ill. For sale by
Hannah Bros.21 S. Palafox .,treet.

(;,t Sati IsIaaci' price-s on Carp, ti-
tor-'lTools.. Garden Tools and She lf
Hardwai-re bef-re you buy. and -ave
money. f-tf


This Afternoon.


Sciplo M1'emn Was Hanidliniif il>- (.I ii
ta: thlie *-li-hi'tng allery aind It \'Wa
Aclide Elnteri-n, Ilis IIr:tin ---tinother Iioy
11'as lit in tilit Haidl.
S< veral nili-t.1 itnro bly- were :.t
the -;,oili gallery on South Palai-
fox strei-t tlii afterino n. h:tiidlii;:
at d plivt iit with the ,:;ill,,r ril. -
whichi were lying ron tile counter
loaded, r.':edy for U-ie.
Scipio Miltro, a utinlatto b hv who
lives l ;inar the, union ,,li .',t, w;,-
am:ioi tie' number and whilih. ih w.is
hiandliing: ilie of thi- g ui it wa- ii't.l-
de;,tally dlis.charged, tit' ball enter-
ing tth back of his lit-ad and pli1 -
tratin. the brain.
Anithier small negro boy w-i-- slo,t
in tiit llanid. but lie rani and Lis,
iamie could not be ascertailiedt.
Milton fell as soon as lie was -ihot.
Dr. Bruce was at 1on1e niiiio-eu
and probed for the bullht witiliut
result.
Tile wound is tholight to libe a fatal
one,. as brain matteil was aiozin i
from it.
'iThe city amlubulan:iic. wa called
and carried hi!i tao hil loliit'.


CHARGED WITH


MURDER.


i'v W h' 'tr 'lli0"":l I'l.I, < l -< I .i 1 11i

.A : : >! 4Ga, ';' .;; -- e::ry "'ul-
(.icr, a white m:.'n ib<: ; .' v>, ir-i of
a; is in ,;:l at .i'.t'ourso t .a., i h:rgt d
with the t: murder of in oid ra:n, Frank
I"o.ihiay. tn-ar that pn'ace, sever-ail initirhs
U-m-0. li'i i,);;s, aLnotner whito mar,
1i- a l-o in is. Iot'r'- on tlie sai'e chlarg-,.
"T*t gram. i jury 1has nt:c yet indicted
Boggus, a-.d the genernti sentiment is
i'i l IL! .' o')t rin n<';i evidence to con-
nLIotC hIu \is-. I the ri;ne.
a teui oruor hand,. an indictment
against Fuicner has hben returned, and
he will have to stanti inll trial.
1 nuc.ier was arresi.d in W:i lton
counIVy aI fe .v iiay.s iiitce and brought to
Jt-il o .:-U 1 l Vi lgorf'USlV t ui t'S ti;H
Lliarge isga.tis: hlu, but tilE st.tte tli S -
liienut tlt:it it hais i: u,;Lt evino iceo to
2ouvict i ulhcr.

TWO STEAMERS AGROUND.
('tllIlla y trrilrted Nrlir .rw YVork.
.Ni.V. Yi:ik, Feb. ) .-The lifesaving
crew of L tv Head thlts morning took off
20 o(f the crew of the sh:p County of
Eiinburgh, which went aground last
night near Mauna-quan iifesavinug sta.
tion The capta:u and flicers nine ail
to!>i) reiaini abt:aid Thlie vessel ies
anulut a quarter of a mile south or ~u.tau
lu.-t.
Tn e r-nmainder of the oflnierq ani
crew w o atid leen left on board tihe
Savannah line steamer Gate City,
brandedd nmar here, were taken off this
morning and are quartered at the
Moriches lifesaving station They were
taken off in the breecues buoy in a
southeast gaie.
(CoIgressinlli WASHINuTON, Feb. 13-Members of
congress were greatly shocked at the
news of Representativo Chicker;ng's
violent death in New York city tiis
morning. The news of iii deatn was
kept from Mrs. Chickeringz for fear tne
sh<'ck would prove too great and ar-
randgemien's were iminde for her to leave
for New York at noon. Mr. Chica.r.-
ing was one of tno weil known aud
universally esteemed men in the house
lie was last even here when the vote on
the tinauncal bill was taken. lie in-
sisted on coming on crutcnes in order
to rjctr Lis vo:o for that bidl.


Ileanv Itvsins In (i,.orgia.
ATL..NTA, Feb. 13.-Tne weather bu-
reau reports a heavy and general ra:n.
fail throughout the central south yes.
terday and last night. In this city 4's
inches fell; Montgomaery reports 1.5i1;
Augusta. 1 C; Meridian, 1.: Ne-v O().r-
leans. i98. and M.i :c e I C-.: uhes A.i
a result of this excessive pre,:ip.tatiron,
the rivers art very high and afhove the
danger htne at many points in Georgia.
Damage has been reported at C,',umb.us
and Tnomaston. Ca.. and at Eufau'a.
Ala, the gauge marlin 1'; teet above the
danger !mne. The river's are expected
to continue the r.-o :' tLe next i t
houur.
I have a very liar-" .i--Iort.*nl.et (0
diamonitd goods :hI1l w;; !! : i,
hlieap. Call and -a-. J. I. S'ept eL-

CHICKERING FOUND DEAD.
New York Congre.-si:i nl Picked Up
Undr-r His Iloutri Window.
Ni w Yronr. Feb. J. -Congrussman
Charges A. Chickering of Copenhagen.
N. Y., was fcund dead outside t.tV
Grand Union uote., in this city today


open winGOW o. t.sruoir wn.c2;wazs .u
the fourth floor, by a muilkman, wtho
was driving through the street at a.
m Evideniy it had been lying there
for omi time,. as the clothing was sat-
urated with rain. It was clothed in
underwear, socks, night shirt, :rousers
and vest. Tnere was a bad gash in the
right side of the head.
Mr. Cnickering had been in the hotel
all day yesterday. He had coinplaiued
considerably of ruenuiititsm. but noth-
ing irrational in his actions had been
ubierved by thoso at the hotel.
Charles A. Cnickering was born at
Ilarrisburg, Lewiu county, N. Y., on
Nov. 1,, l13. lio was educated in the
common schools and at the Lowville
academy, at which institution he was
for a time a teacher. Member of the
assembly in l7,l 1S'JI and S'1e. He
was eiecred clerk of the asseniblv in
1'-14 and re-elected in the years tromi
and iiic.uding 1 53 to lIb.' lie had
-een chairman of the IRe.ublican state
ouimmittee and also a member of Cie ex
ecutive committee of that uody. lie
was elected to the Fifty-third congress
and re-elected three tnmes.
A disp.ttch from Albany says tht" Mr.
Chicker:n;:'-- friends there have bee,
aware fcr (oiu., time he \vw:i; aictted
with Irt an.'1. i.ia. following a severe
attack o: ;yihoii :ever.

BOLD FAMILY OF THIEVES.
Aun ''.ssility in Ai..b.nis.
vi' MA. A;... Feb l1..-Through the
work of (t!ptain Ed Walters, captain
of police, a raid was made on a lence
operated in the residence of Tim Gard-
ner, on Sylvan street, at an early hour
this morning, recovering stolen goods
to tne amount of nearly $2.UUiO. The
goods were sto.en by a gang ot thieves
who operate wita system in Selina, Bir.
mingham and Meridian, as the goods
show that they came fromi all places.
\\ hen the raid was- made Torn Gard-
ner. hi.s wife. Minnia, and MAiron Love
were round and placed under arrest. J
requ;rud two wagou inais to haul the
goods to the city. -.\in,ug the were
ury Koois. groc'erieog,. dwr-, carpet
ters' tt;..l cu 'de, Ia:.i; in I.ct, a.ulost
every til ii,
t'.t::tii 'Wateirs haI b-'en watchii;n
the lttl ,o ffr '.'eral weeii-. It shows
that it was t-e fence of an or,.ani.:.dt
gang o;f ltlieves whi are n)ow operating
in several cit-es il tiu:< -t.tte andi Mli-
sissippl, tluo go,j.i U-l ug t ;:u.Jht tO
Selma.

ENGLAND MUST G!VE IN.
Sayst le Orazg-e rree Slatte Mlinlster
to Ihe Nellt rltonodl.
N-;.w -Y.i:'. F eb. 1:; -.' di-patch to
Tue World from I'lie iaIe says:
Dr. II P. N. Milier, the Orangue Free
State iniu:ster to tolo Neth r.arids, is
reported to h:ve said in tan interview:
The war is toe b*gtInnin 1 of tI3 'Afl-
lapse of Engiai.1'.s p(wer in S>ulh Af-
rica.' The longer it lasts the tin., atr
wili be ttt cjudirionsofl peace, lor 'i.-
lantid iii not conl oui t of It wLtnuULt
givin i m ,:' :ilan t .o nl'f siion -. -
T'ne youuu.; 'ra.uvaaler. secretary of
the itegation. Saii:
LB ,tu ret':bilc.- will have full free-
don anid imdependeriue. l'urther, Eang
land will have to give up those parts of
Cape Colourn. Natal, ani Hlechnanaland
where too innaziitants have thrown ilu
their lot with the repuhabc. tlor tLcy
muL t not Lo left inl tio lunrcu.

IDetective lti:l K'E ..lpr.t <'o'ivir' Ifilllel.
l i.tir'!.., W. Va.. F-', 1;; -At
Swor"i'ms creeK. In Ilussel ci tl'ivty Va.,
Detective I 1". Felts of tilt~ i.ace was
shot and killed by VWi.liam I-.- wh',. a
few secondss inter. was Lhot anai iiledl
by Deputy Marstial Baldwin. al- o of
ttis city. Pa.dwin ;.ni Fe ts ha,' traced
I[e., iall esca'pedl (.nvicr, to a det rated
house. vi'.tug tUi take inm aivo, 'tiey
resor:"d to time plan of iidtinig in *ar the
house anrd have a bv ruide uo at full
.spced scncaming wntn terror. This
br.ughlt oee out of tihe 1oun. feltu
then ordered him to surrenider. Lnt I"e
swung himself behind ttie horse and
quickly r:iawinog a revolver shot l'e ts
dead. B.tlAiwin threw hiums lf on the
around to joet aim on L '.'s+ b dy. ilas
tirst shot wounded him au t the second
knitd himn :istauty.


iP ,rto RI.c'- (' i11 I "Exports.
WXASHIN('roN. eb. 13 -Tua) inter-
9esing state:net ",vas n:made t,1i.y by tIh-
war c'pir':; :ut tiht tho trpt-, vxps.rts
of cofftie from t:-. i';!an'l of Prto Ri,,
fro!ithe date o' Arnten3ca:. oc<'cuatlon
to :.. ^-. I,.' ,i wa 3d i.,.0.0 ; unds,
valued art $';,l.:','.". O the amount
-xported dur.: ;: the ;'or: d urnc-:muA)tiuei
France r-eev- 211. .'!.74.' po.ds. va'-
ued at: 2-.1. ;, 'i. '.: : ain. ; r., 'i
pounds, v.:.aeU at : '. ; Iti'. 5,;',.-
,'a7 .r oiou i-. v.t. i v t ('';' .s; d. i::,:;
'nited tate-a r' cr*o. I ;.;o 4' pr" ii,,
valued a:it -. *.' lie a 't:ual avo .:': e
exnn":s of I'.' ''.'it.:z t!le yv irs I^ -
lI': was 4 .t;'.' 0. lor.iu s. va ned at
(4,; t',4 U ).
Soiutth (G -orit rs pi Ove-s i w MA('I., Feb "; 'i', i:mra tn"'ce
river is IIL'-S n:.i;n r tor-n vent-"rday,
bu: is now at sa tn: 't!.,.l. T.;e efle :
o,f last n'ghn' greas r.mn-it rm trIav nr.-
be seen until ton m,rrow. 'Tn" rnv,-r.
thougna very higiu, isf feet over tmian
th-: flood of 18;. Nuo oama;ae f !.r-i
ons consequence i r -prred. .'-,mie of
the crops in the bottoms near tme city
have been overflowed and some h inses
in the iowlan '- of east Macon are under
water. The sou*bern railroad La, i.een
compelled to abandon aa old track tLu:
the movement of trains has uot leen
interfered with.

1-or ldrivini out I ,.t ,.l i ii- ':e l-


INJUNCTION SUIT '


AGAINST TAYLOI


Must Not Exercise Further'

Functions of Governor.


DEMOCRATS TO BRING SUIT

Pendliug the (*%-, llthi Psartie W lll
Allow )31ttt-r- to, Stan lt IlIGaslat ure
Will II mI.lls- I I L >iii-a vill-(-- olli-
tion to Meet at iraliefort I',bld.
L' 1sVIl.LI. Feb. :; -it is reasonab:r
certain the political t.'i itt n will re-
main :n its pr- en: :tr .t:t'u antil t'
decs i in has bh-e- .ainded I:,,vni by thi
cojrt ui ap,;e-.ts c e.trit. : tin ;t:lO to o
o1(jie. of governor. L;e:.re Judge Can-
trili a. (;,org-.town :; .i )rrw Mtie Dem-
ocrati will b;-ug a sui; in t'.i;:y askoinl
an iniancito-' t.l restrain (ovorn Tay.
lor from e:-er,-:.uiLu,' any of the funciuon
of the office of governor. It is expected
a temporary intju 'nciin will be granted.
In c.-,o ttlo l'ii>.t.it.hi.u eX0LmUlive dis-
re-ar.is the a -tin i l tne court as woo
dotiuo ; the c-.- of ieo A;.)nzo Walker
habeas corpus wr;: and ihe injnactaon
agailu.t ititt r.urecti wit ithi ile gsla-
sure the De ioera:s will not prose she
proceeaing3 fur coi:tempt. but will akie
the uase to thle court if appeals, which
according ti the:r contention is (he
Court of last resort .n tneae proceedings.
This pian wa.s ti-c:tle.l upon this
morning Iat a conference of Democratio
leaders. itic.u.iing governor lBeckhamn.
t'itriir'o-.,ii.in 1) I! -::;irii. i* iC'overnor
M'-Creiry. J.udi e W. S. F'ryor and sev-
elmi other .ayvrs.
P'eiunii ,e !,--.t of thii suit, and
the car<: l...', '. ; .iu : f' ;i t Cin 'inlnatt
isv, v!r.i t'.,. Ir : m.t." !.1ceiii r el-
e,'tec t bLtai *i '.-4 t.. .tl.uw inMgI to
remnmaii as s. i'v i .w .:: .:' i.
0'l It:; :,.(\. l..-"l.W- ure w ill ri-
in.li!t iti ..L I .1>.. :t'3i it IS lWiieVeit
tL t, ,' .r t" p:.' "t. i% .l it here instead
,,t at' i-rat:;,..'': io ti og :"ss t'Ore are any
'ro-:''rrs or ar*'n > m-.;o at'out the state
u;a ::ig,; .it ; ". ;:I ;tA Ttie ass *niihiv
is ir> "''i-iiri, w.~mi I t lttaTIVO hitoine.Ais.
Tlite ." -:a'.' ',itsy '-";a i them conrurren;
res i'ia t.iit a..r-iiV pa'eld hbe
houi. fo a '..::.ii;t':'i" ,i;.\estigate tue
corIiii-.ns ut i 'ranii ('rr
Seunaor 'T'rip:ett introduced ia joint
rP*,,utioi hrovid tnir that wii'n the lest-
i.,larure *a'ij.urni Tunradav it shiil be
to n:eet I-rii'sy at Frankturt. 7Under
t-n ru Pes it lios ovi.r one day.
A bill ws. intronacr'ed inakinI Jan. -4.
G(tovern',r <(oetwi's birthday a iegal uni-
Iay ill tnis stat,).

"(' iie l' tlio ,lpp'u tliiItiiy." ivy tak-
iiru Hl-il't i ati-;I;>:irill.i now yneo
i fi y ill up ,you', i l -l.itVmi ; dit pr'-
viit '. rioti- ill 1e--.


VE 4 !ZU L.I8Ar


REVOLUTION.


i-%* A lil.itug -1. p-atled V itories
Ov,-r 4 *,v.rssiis.-it I l io- 1p.
Nrw Yu::!i, iFeb. 13.-A d;lipAtch to
Tne lieraid irom Port of Stain esve:
'ltie rev Tili' .-n unn'ter thi' le-ileresip
of generall II ,rna.udez. in \"<'aAUelt IS
.ia nlng rap,.tiy he rev:utionisto un-
der Geonerali Melina attacked and de-
iea'eed the govtruin:ent troops under (JG--
eral 4 om;na ine-::r (Cor.i. tr.e capial of utha
state of Faic.in The s, pital to bmang
tie-ni< bv the rovo.rutirniits.
\Xi i'rt C.w'hiitirichll, which is itar
Purr:to Cubs.io. a L,.tt.e has taien planc
between the goveranicut troops and the
rebeis. resulting in a victory for the rev-
o.ntionits-. 'Tli:s engagement has cr-
ateii great excitement in Purto Cabello,
particularly among the foreign rest-
uents.
FIlST (.lt"A, IP I;t I 1:SloN

To tlh- F'lorida C haiuai;'ii*;li "arday.
Fel T17. IlI0ni.
T'li' day's- pr.i.ratn inclul.-i the-
ce-lrbrat-d Ch icai.g, 01 .-e ('lub:
himoouis and ,vrap'i," itnipfr-lona-
tiht.. Dr. Daivid BH'atlion of 4 hicae;g
Randd co rs,.rt 1,y ,>-.er, (O It:lItd; Howard .4. r"t.rrott in hi.-
wlindr.rful ,ily ; ,, I,- iiiiitteitlno:
-,a- by Mr-. Sarahii Mar ciIn;ild
Sh-ridani; reapdirnis by Aiiana Ielny
M.1rtin ; the famiii ii brytoiz-,. Prof.
F,'rank r4tayton Tlthio -on ,iiarn .Mr.
WValt-r It. Itall; f ti-oti'- p!oecti-
-(' ;': firf' tll",on a-'"':n-h fro n
Ill.d :.0 "f i.tk ,-* r.
'l ,i :i l t s u1-,:.', I i, ,* :it 7 ::'
!.. :i. Fir- for r a>i:il tr a;, 'p ('-, c nt-.

.1 >< .-*'u I 1. ;lI i-sh.
vi -' I s. timti, i- tvypo of
a* '. mu i- ;pw, r --f tli-4
".::t 1' .', I.o il Iy i- f' i" *,r 'iln l t.* riv .,:.Al iht(:-l'-- :i'd br:oir .
Ilh,-r-'- n i .i th. tiill iov-.re nie.
But: Dr. K I,'. N-w ill- .r-
If' l I .w. l il .- i't W .1


) A i.' : *i .

Three Large Stores
--"i: ..i Ft ItN I'I !f r;,. fl:..kt
il;.- ,. V>',. r,;'. I; .-!: *.*. In '* i t. -var
own irl P.-:- '.t '. Pr't a. n-atly-
fit :- .-' l i'.t atk 1; Ir o....n I;it,-- a:
,ll ; r.-;'-. I: 't;an .it. I o )ble r .*'5e:-
I;o( k- i-. ,,'il f .ii lt it .l. 1I' *j1Lp ;l '.




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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


THE


LEVY- POU


CO.


509-511 8. PuIFOX ST.


CRAND SALE


CETS'9


E RNI HINGS


-FOR-


10


DAYS


The


Lobe


Purchase



Now



Bei ng



Thrown



Upon the



Market



at Nearly



Half Price


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,


Neckwear, Etc.


at less than


Cost of


Manufacture.


IHF ilVY-PoI F i


SUFFERING AT KIMBERLEY.
thousands Dyiag Dlaily la the IUr-
li Se-r-d City.
.rw YORK. Feb. 13.-The striking
feature of tie war sirnation in London
is th: beunndess confidence reposed in
Lord Rioberts. General Bulier's report
of his third re! r~5se, poublsuoel today,
arou:e no harsn criticamn, for Eome of
the expert. say the attack was crnly a
feint, ordered by Lord Rloberts with a
view to keeping General Joubcrt busy
and preventing him from sending rein-
forcemeunt to Guucercl Cronje at Kim-
berley.
The pitiful condition of the inhab-.
itants o: Kuiber.eyv, whb, are diving of
disease at an appealing rate. leads to the
belief that Lord Itoberts, with his fine
army of ;;3.000 men. will endeavor to
raise the siege at once. Oa the other
hand. experts say that the invasion of
the Free State would be wiser tactics.
But whatever Lord lRoberts does will be
accepted as the best oiung to do.
The Boer raid in Zululand continues
to alarm NataL It is beiiew~*d that the
Transvaalcrs will sweep vast herds of
cattle oct of Zuuland, then raid north.
eastern Natal.
A dispatch from Pietermaritzberg
states that fresh meat is abundant in
Natal. S0 oxen being slaughtered daily,
and that the Boers have over 100 guns
between Tuge'# river and Ladvysmith
and the Boer artillery fire greatly im-
presses all who see it. the guns being
mounted in almost impassib:e places.
Cnarles Wiatisnu. tne military critic
of The Morn:nz Lea-ier. who is under-
stood to have close relations with Lord
Woiseley, the c)inuiander-in-chief of
the Eritish army, writes as follows:
"The government last night refused
to say whether Lords Roberts an,'
Kitchener were sent to the irout widt
out consultat.on witi Lord \Volme.ev
or n.-r. I: has already beer. so stated
in thi.s nilace au.d it is again asserted.
Lord \Vo.6e.ey War:eid the new? from
the Mndavy r orninx papers and tie
appointments were tu.aie on the previ-
ou a turd:av.
Thile writer Gecln-rc.s:
"The miuni-termai -!'home ieve'cped
last night in both honet1 is in th- uni:in
a colosai.l costly imposture, <:es.-:ned at
once to hoax the ci',:ntry ;ni) tue idea
tiat sonic satnifar-orv reform of our
n:n itary syrt-"r is a: length tn I lo ac-
complisheii anid te, t1irow dust iu the
Syes ofDreign nations."
Itural ).liv..rv nct Opeli.kn.
O"rr.it',, A a, Feb l1M.-Mr. W. F.
Conger, spe:al a;ewntr of the Uulrfei
States free (ieiivery mail service, has
been in Opei;ka a week arranging: to es-
tablish another free rnrai maii Tlea:vetv
from thiq post',flice. (',elika new has
the only free rural :i.il delivery in Ala.
bama, bnt it has proven suca i success
another route will be established.
DI)ewy to Visit Gor(em ii elaind lFlorllnt.
PAm Li cii, F-'iia.. Feb. l:.-Word
has been re-eicedI hero that Admiral
and Mrs. Dewev will leave Washington
for Savannah the last of this week. and
early next weeK v.-i.l come to Palin
Each tor a stay of a fortnight or more.
In Ilanher.


It-Ili eet



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M S3 '1 P X "De.' a 7I-c*e,' .


Pretty

Children
* We have three children. Before the
tNrth of the last onC my wifz used iourbot-
t:;3 of (MOTIER'S FRIEND. If you had the
prctu':s of our children, you could see at
a rsance that the I.st one
is wealthiest, pretiest and Z
rfinst-looki~oftlLeniall. V J
,Yy wife thinks Mother's ,
Friend is the greatest
and grandest
remedy in the
world for cxrect-
a n t mriothers."--
Written r. a Ken-
tucky Attorney-at
-Law.
IOTGE'S


pU events nine-tenths of the
I EILHD suffering incident to child-
S birth. The comingmother's
disposition and temper remain unrulfied
throughout the ordeal, because this relax-
Ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
Is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
The patient is kept in a strong, healthy
condition, which the child also inherits.
Mother's Friend takes a wife through the
crisis quickly and almost painlessly. It
assists in her rapid recovery, and wards
off tne dangers that so often follow de-
livery.
Sold by druggists for $ a bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANIA, (iA.
: "..r our f:-t-e ::' -1 toitok written
t\; r.-.v f.,r rxpcCtaa Iuitn' s.
fIli it, .ft infnt.
A M.nmp'liis nti:.. li'ily 1who is ver.
fI:l if liher si'sie 's little hiiil. 1i 'V

h"lr "'' lim up': t" t Lo L.:. his ihiclc-
l'l t;a: II. Shi ;;i s r L: 1:4:: W .>'S
: t hi \\Is Iryi c. ri; t l 'it r |,zt Iu r
< ';* h s I ir. I It t lit l;r I k i!r
s:-::!: tre t;l: .i 0!",: 1 i s I I ;: -,- i -
Ie\ ', ;l ,' >." 'i're .l .i1 i ':' v l.:in l f'
It! l I ,;, Iit i ry i lns i, llt- i ",, :iil.wv Iv r to \v!:It I I,.I v i I t ll I, t, I !; l l i I A : 1 : 1r ;: vt
( aw\\ l. i ll li :. "< I. iii l';l lked ip it
liner ';y !'i'i':< lv :i;id said:
"'A. t ir I tel! yu tw l:!t I'll d,. I
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ji.,.t I ; V,.n1 a, i! Ir t i .y !.' r :ihltne."'-
Me-rnip is S<-ir:iitnr.
.* '. e 'i l t it < l.il lk, i. ill l.
(,. V..S1-\\ 41, 4 \\l;at n !;! <:
l;ri: <- lr P :rilv <-:i!hle0 1 i:! :in :i-< ;i:in
1.h : nllel ie' th t rigid !t i, t;y i'.iN .
I' ve le';rd hl i i 'ihilnd l'io il" I k.--l' stont Tl"iii;:'(.-c'r t.
-A3
Bears the INte Kind You Have Akways E3-'


J. 1. Stephen- ha, ; lar f'- a-izort-
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lier' F-Kiniv,., Fo-k- ;i I(] Spciii


Acme Beer.
T'IE IBET IFER .);.LD IN
P eI NS A (o() I A.
Danniheisscr PiB(ro:.,


AGE"I. 3.


TheJu)-Trado
TfS Cur ijcat-


Remarkable Kimberley Diamond.
M. Picard, commissioner general of
the 1900 Paris exposition, has. it Is
stated. been Informned by the president
of the Jewelry section that an enol'-
mous diamond from Kim!.erley '%i!! le
exhibited in the jewelry pavilion: %s:i:-
The St. .lne- t.;azette. Thi. stone
was fo:un.l shortly -before the wAv:i. It
has beel Insui:red for $2.t0)0.1-1. :i:dI
will be shown in a show.i:te itlar',h.!:
by four policeon:en. At ni:hit tithe s.iow-
case will sink into the '. trotin. in it:"
same way as tli:it in which the Itegvntit
is kept at thie Louivre. The new dia-
mond Is sr ,il to Ibe finer than tihe I't-
gnut. the Shah. the (G;rnd Mogul anud
the fanoii q ohinoor e'x!'liiloti in I.c-'
don in 1S.-,l. No ti;lne has yet been
given to it.
IFoote L.tl;t-I see they're going t,)
put a new piece on the stage calihd
"The Open Door."
Sue lrrette-It ought to go with a
bang'-Yonkers Statesnian.,
"I had bronchitis every winter for
years and no medicine gave me poTr-
ma:ent relief >ill I began to take
Onie Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the beat cough medicine mnad-."
-ays J. Koontz. Corry, Pia. It quick-
ly cures coughs. colcs, crou)np, asth-
ia., gripped and throat ;tiad liun
troubles. It is the chii(dr i's favor-
it.s remedy. Cures quickly. Hatr-
,ri-' Pharmacy, John She'ppard, S.
Kahn. l

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For Sale Only by
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2!5 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!
We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to thie .lfaitcless .'liiineral
II *(dcr /or the ('rt' of In-
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One dollar bottle last twen-
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also }1" T. Green ( Co. ;
S. Pala fox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. I. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Tes.tinimniIl IF'roimu Jul.ef,. at i.r
;til-r. ViI.IP, Ala Au i;. '. i
t ilk." r -* t p!l;>--'lre in <--rtifVci .. ti> it.-
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D .nn.koissrLY Bros,
1 s :: i.cx Grist and Corn Meal Mills.


PENSACOLA




Battenb--i-g and Po-rlt Lsee Patt!-rzs


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C- aoy( e and Ihod'.snc The PIn :dic jsI, :
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i: AtI)DS.
LAWN Waitli
Invited toe Uall.


M~. F. GONZIEZ & CO., Prop s,
MIanufacture-rs
CHOICE MEAL AND) PURIEGRIOUND
STOCK VFERl
i~atynico:.'*- F' in duocr v. f-r t.-,rp im%
ce. .rl r-n' i io-a ci-'i c tleid lm3ynimr :iejl~al an
f-it0k t-)'*!" li itfnfs ttr
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tiil .rcC..-n:-,,re-intivou litC,.-.


JO'N F. PFEIFFER .
I AS It IE ix


RVIX M. ROB1NZ-n
MIORRIS 1BE.',.

Tran-sactc.'.


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BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
AND
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The Star


SOLE AGENT.
Al S.o -! C': rt.: for Pen aace.
SILK VELVET.
The ve rv p('rtetion of Kemlt'
\ i- .i-( tiilled and bl*l'i .*
l>\ (' Vi.'i!(, Ky.

Wines, 11 ,1180
IRS) LUi(N s, Branldi
rlS;Ci-rs 2all T2tEo.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.

S. A. FSRIEDHAN,
3:1 -(-WT PALAFoX So11;
1'. 0 .I; *. ( i^ T -l-i.!:, ;- i


Laundry
CI ,


1,1 Pilli Rililioi OF IF11 1illlll!


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eli il-iput
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ALl WORK C. O. D.
TELEPHONE 114. Z4 E. GARDEN
A-wGOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREME."-
WATJCKR INGORATAM". Manage -

ESTAITTRIWa-4 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DBALESe IN

Ship GbChandlery and General lladman.


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NeCURE YOURSELF:! EVR 6-A------~~X T~r.~ o~
i GA LVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. ;RUFMEL a SON'$S~ p4
Saunafjoriagspd"lut, lls utkw ul ntvui Sh. bt mer bia
V ~T -SoldZby 1rugg~cceti.. COREPAMEZ3.. zXAa -Lej.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900. 3
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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


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B o I .1:v. thm an d dla Ilin aw hir wit liirritated -L:tI lSA Ni I :ui'-
C It 1-1-Al i 1141-, w it hitching. hurntijg jpaia -..-; h~ajorles~ni 1:6-Zand
~ .:11141I 'aho Vbemi~i-eA. ipreventedIby (1- TICUIAZA S4 API.
tg. -Ih'. c(9l4.~41t di-figuritig eruptiona. lco-.i (f hair, :anduJbaby bleni-

.9: I'4 14i4 1 silb :Ioeve.r Voiiipeoiandeell i-.to) helot- ehtlwared within

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complete External and Internal Treatment of Every Humor.
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t t'I 'L- nl IeUti9lk. ( Tit .9k '4. Ii ~ne-'t, %oc in ntanhi tflty.alla tchiflC sntIrirtaflol an'i
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99t99IM~ Tar 4Jir4ini' i..4)rec.!ipLs 1.il
Icitrge Putttty (.ibeain

tioli of Oircze iar,;e pi~teries was per-
fected today. It Inicludestilhe Whit.
nkore-R9)binsOn e01lhtiailv9 MarL-ie & Sou
anid tue E. 11. Merrill ctn Ii)anv. Deedsa
trautiferri-4 tile piauts to t'Le iRobiusou.
Mt~rriti company were ti.el1 today. Tue
(AA;iIuuuy is capitalized aE 5t 00
1'irt-iiame i ama lrakeaaitiu Cru-Imf41.
CHARLIOrrr.. N. C.. Feb. 13.-At 2:300
o'clock this morning westbound through
treig-ht on tue Western North Carolina
road ran into a heavy lanislide near
JBiaciE mountain. 'Vie engine was over-
turnied. Adamu Jeffriesq, nretuan. and
Porter Nichols. brakeman. were caught
unue: it and crudihed -o duatii.


li 91 TO'N, Feb 1& -Atainiassweetin.-
heA bhere commI~itteoi were appoumted to
nlail:ti :irraillgeiucIits n1e(9eisry for ths
c. %.ftort au ntierla t( irt.UII9ut ofth. e doe-
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E3. 'EITESE.SE 'NST, A
o- P KO iL ETOR O ()F-o

GRONIeS SRThLOON
o--DEALER IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciaars. ,


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310ZLEV'S LUMON EKIANIXI
A 1 Plasant Lemon Tmiojt

I..vmqmil--. com41bi ne-d w'ith1 ilt Iier 9.9'9-#
14tnaic -tit~inl~aIt"4. Sold by dm4-

h'49r hilheu-iie->. anudC44stip'1tionr.
F'or idi~alge-4tiuJ11and1foul011?-t~oii:I'14.
I:.r!-ick 1411.1 IeI9v4otizl'~tI;4u;4(c49-.
1 0- p1lpit:4ti4o)tandifl iejl't failur.-.
t:4ite L# mtn 'Elixir.
F4 r A 14 jleszz siit- --s anld 1i*'rv94ou

Fo9or I"'-'-- of aj'petitv and deblihjty.
F"4or fev~er,1. iUlar irl: antd 14ii 1
taike' f11eziowiElixir.
I '[9i El I~xir wlvnot11f ill ;y4iu ii
:149.' if tile.',,1ov'etI~ijlled d-:.t.:!
419f V* 4iclit l 14 : fti.* I4011Ii tii 4 lll i. 9.4.1 4--l'

T9-I.cj 'C .14( $1 .141 hottle.: at (IIlI.u zi tQ.
Pro-pjaredon ozly by Dr. 11.

At tile ( .oalioI.
I11h1voe jiO-It :ikfcti l9o ~, Jt 4-f two

for 14*rvout4. ilfathihf49., l 4n-144'.ti9'4.
with du-;eaed liv#r :m1d kidtit9V. v-
'lie Eixir cui991fA~ I filuit1i it ,!.e
*JII@ j"l4* ,\ N I uI1 4fl '.e
J. F Itrt:. M:1.444it. A1). (..


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wr :tI-h-tv'. '-1111.1i ed I -atlY:t~

Z41,,'!hat, 41all the.' 114,-d~icilo, I i..u-,-
f'Vt !, *:akezi.


( urpii 1all coug'bs. cofld -. 91..r
tit--. Sot- I''Th roat19, lBroicII- ~ iz.~1o
*:rit.:and alt throa',andIti1.1hng ii--
o-,i.e Eleza 'r. rt-l i ble.
~Ca t kdr u..8i-- t. IPrf -paorid onotly by
Nlo-i Mzle.y. At!:iita.(:.;i

Ifyoul are ready to c~ to
house-keepin.g. let .Marston
A. rFin ish Ii'uruid ..sh iliur ho


JUG TRADE A SP'fTATTY.
O-' nor R inmcnt aud Dnvilliipr Stz. PEN ACOLA. FLA



H. H. WIICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 5 South Palafox Street.
All Kinda o, Plumbing and Wa3 Fitting3 Materials Kept on Hard


1. UN BIHLi M'


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !e-


Children's Department.
Hazid-. e'vt d ,'rn'l'chi Kid Infianit
isntLit "11 .'>,
worth 75c,. now 50c.
Hand-o.'wd Fro-iih 1id Infant-'
h'.iitt.1i.
worth $1.00. now 75c.
Hand-tw.d! KI id Si;ri : Heel Ruttoii
worth 75c, now 50c.
liand-sewed Kild Sprinl: lleel But-
worth $1.0, now $1.00.-11.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


'lo ii 'p i laik and Tan.
from $1.00 to $3.50.


Special Bargain!

A o .1. 1ti m ake i9. ,994(ievC0
an td$ o. 0441104 r p iii. '4)w only $1 j'vgl.
We' ionly 1114 Vt. 1f-114 ill :iil J.
Iatid C l(] aD Iwidth-, t haat is wb

Our' Mon's Dep~vtment
beats h a:it uv ..taorilltown :uriNI
ti ii A1erse I I v% iiv 9 aand ~v eht I"i
i i i- -.t c oi i fir t 'lII' f!c .it ;: id 9'.It, ra


OUR $3.00

f qua! 10 t" V ally.-how illtown9'.
N. ti It k vIjY I if i,.fif- vi oilr pa t ot r 90gt'.


g G. ugenheim.


N. J. SCHMITZ,


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


IThre Ralar THE POPI'LAR

als Fach Day BREAD AN CAl BlKER,


25c Each.


Is- A4'


207 south Baylen St.,
and isptena,.d to 119'' i4%9' All 4 ,rdvri tor


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYSTEIRS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEAsON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Fronm 1.Y to $1.C ;ier I)ay. \LODGING:
5.15 andl 51) S. South Palaf'ox Street. Pen.ia ,la,. F,,rii.l i 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN II I F C1 .IAN : \' 1 ;' I I



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3 111
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JOHN NICHOLAS'


R3estauranSt,
305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
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meals at All Hours.


Bread ardd a (akles

AT SHORT NOT( E.



BARGAINS


-IN--


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$1000 n

$2000 9 cit"

$3000' .. ..[ '

$4000 "!.
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$6000
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$7000.
99-: ,


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$9000 .

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910,000 .
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Open Day and fight.


I n Cli I I L V


I-


How a Wyman





1i l zwa1 a 1~at ,j-11--Win.*~ :1. IV
has do- rw we i 94 ,-:,, i.-,


It isn't nec?,sirv f, r a wo:Thah t, OV ~v ver. NN'Tim srht
s h e I w ,L -- l e m .tL r u n : t ,, : Ki~ r n' k I I, -v v V :! At Vh 1 -, 1 1 .. I
Wl,'Aif.i J.IVS alld -18W lit 'I. t.fl.:. .6 p 0 11-1 It Ine (2s h'-.1..i~ c ~iii
u. tongue Con dL nK ile.tr trl'?lt,49~di
Ll-.-wn in the loerwitr .L4XI. ~it ao:.: 'oiV Ukaj 9.J....
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1LAC1US' ADVISOIRY EPARTME 'T. : '1 .9'.,.i. 9
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t:~ Ch.jeof Life, this et'! ,: 4.1 1..


Druggists Sell Lrgce 1ittlcs for $1.00.


THE HOUSEHOLD.


4q 99~
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19:44 t~1I. ra n:co
It t9.e 99r .rsa, Ien.


.T L. worth $1.50, now $1.00.



Men's Department.
A. B. C. ,ennme, Don. ,;itton and Lace.

EBI E1Ri worth $1.50, now $1.00.
B EER'* ( -i, o. ,eunuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
.....S hoe., 12-2,


V. J. VIDA, Sole Wholesaler. worth $2.00, now $1.50.


ALSO MKIE. BRAOIES W11E3S. IPORTIED AND DOMESTIC Ladies' e pgim{ent.

Paul Joaes a Echo Sprins Celebratel Whistecs. ,'ai s.;rii, 1-..1 :,tt.,' and L e..
TRY l BTTmJi OF CRLERI TONIC. s" :, ""
PHON 5. ,.-,.. : : : p.o. Mox ,~-. S1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1 75 ant $2.00.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED 1 ,.-. v:. ,,>r.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:

1111terod R1 t be Kpo-t ltTI(-at Pense ola.
Fla.. agI oeild -clap- nmat14-1.

fez stretI. up-btair-.
III B1.1-411 1.1'A)
'IME NEWS PUBLISHING Co.

Terms- Invariably in Advance.
Vr ~ar by ii

*ogle M-wf!!
4 'ae W rk.t.-% 4it: I d ;0t)ie .1,.I~ct I

THE WIC.FWKIY NEWS:



TELEPHONE NO. 113.

F- -!-,! /:,r 4 on A,-,-/I aol- P






'Thvt pa-,r iq or floewith tb
LINKING ADVERTISING CO.,
I-..edtt Building. St. Pazul, Minn..br-lt
SmbmT be. adv-erigtgers $And othtr: iit
examiniwit and wberrceptimaitcr. wiill i~e ii'.f .
upos epa&'c k-r GENERAL ADVERTMSI N,-

PENSACOLA. FEF. 14 1900.


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~I the' ~t it.1 !:i:ztalkiiot .111(1 f 'na


U1tliz;ItIIZ iIIat'Iv I w -a'f


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joy the benefits of office which the
v-oters of the paity really bo stow, in
accordance with states inade up by
tho party leaders. The idea appear
ta be th:at those who do the Voting
should hiave something to say about
the candidate. s they vote' for.
T te' Neuw'. doii ot I w I it-ve'in c~iian-,! r,- .41

jirmei'; 1,,. tut uv wi.. .tn mwy- to):-ri~jk! ox
tit- facttlhut I~ln re : 77i.

14) utm-.'mn ,omii thiy--v .!.. -.-r



try i are >.-ums n a'w o a

Pr J. 2ihow m te w .n, t:anm o
1)1--. t~ it, !. ;t p a"n- I ffi*'

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aajei th t*'.- iZJ#ss h-
l'iag iiviisirsm-i.-I!,-r' .te, ~ Ite:~-



re Ahl hvni~a i- -'.ep r heal iit'-! 4 4


W1'L m that --!thie ~ tltej~-a
Imty- hidemn..and thave ~it in- au it~m(l&
rih ~Tilvtod-e 4)t hat party":~
t.really really k.!,- o


E N EoWiicIi rIf iitlv who-iro-gar t-
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Hon. W. S. Jenninm:-' gubernato-
rial candidacy i- to be given a bi-g
boom this week, Mr. Jeiuints' cou-
-iI. lion. William Jenzuins Bryan.
i- to vi-it him at Brooksv"iile Friday
lind remain sevetia! day-a l his guest.
From Florida MN. Bryan will go to
C 'oti.;Ibihn. (~0., where hte is ,oke'l
to ple:alk Ftb'h. "2". 11" maitv inl-
dicelt-l t, iiak-" two or threi ,p-eclie' s
int Florida during: lis -taiy.

Tihre woere f. r c i n;dil:tte- fioi

S"i: : : .r l it n i.'!l n a l i
r. ;'rte'l hi- (':tinpai:ii. pro,'ee.dinii
S' t:i-fctorily. t Ve l'rai oif tt:- ot Iter
!" :!tt 'aild to- iT',1r tht:i:t ,dli, '4 A were en-
a.::t,'l elsewhr,'. "1 tli:i't .'-e what
,1lI tlhe-s, fellow-,ar" tryin- g 1 t e-.t iny
otEii foi.'" said i-eorie Smiith,."1
haven't said yt that I did iiat want
it."

It i. 'tated tl:hat E. Ward will
not t-- a candidate for r'-,-I ,tion as
a member onf the seho ol ii.tr(d, but
lii- friend, Judge (;. M.. entryty ofi
liluff Springs will miiake t;h.- race fol
the olliee.

It i aid that Profi. T.ite wv;l lConi
better the race for- -ti;:eri;.t' nd. itt of
public inllstructionll-.

K|nowingap s :sV ;il! t h-, emidi-
d( itt for ,!ilerilf hav,' not yet twel"
tliiannoiincd. T'r.- r e i ot!h -.,

Tl'e first "nmud .i!it ini "I': o, f the
C'louty campaign to i)k ph;;c.- early
thil- wo-k. C(':ndidate MC illani.
who, wants all hi- orirr tio know
that he want- to li- rec-el-etet, cl-1r k.
wa- olit in hi- b gii..y' in tthi raiin
-''torm makiit a calnva -s aillino tthe
icounlitry voters alitd iii bac.ik witl
lih s i w- m it-of lotht- lbadly.-pi,.tli< d
witi tie otieky u1id.

.41John WNV lsI i- ,i- t I I;ii
activee anlid valuable in- ril-i' l thi
hboi:ird of counilty t niil.ii--:o,:i -. Al-
thougl h nlivwly ill -if p' iblic :.ir tir l:a-r t i.' ,t in : uin' i-
lin'r ;that pr )ve- hli; a il)ii-y t- o t:1ckl'-
t h1: kln tti-t p'ot lemi- t;..'i 'rte [ lit
t;. '!i- ,.lv.' for ~il\ ifi,.

T !he ,iu<-tion is l ij iL i.eil.l:;!i!- y
-k l: W ho i- g oini to, rii lt l- thie
ier islatili '.' 'I'll-: N -I- toldi th it
, proiini -nt youii attoi)ny vN ill be
oinlt of t'- candidate-.

A Nihlit of Te'rror.
"Awful anxie-ty w:-; fit for t,he
widow of tlie lrave (Gen.r:tli lliLr;-
h im of 4Machiia-. Me., w't!-i, theli d(c-
tore'- -aid hle cmul: nolit liv- iti' iiiu in-
in.." write-s Mrs. S. H. Lin n, who
attend,'it her that feaif:al nii.ht. "All
t lllout:t !-te 11u1' 1 )oo1 Pi't uminia., hbut .-!ie ,r-e 1 .,r l)r.
i{nigi New Iii coEvery.-a.yit: a it ii
liori'' ti!iitn once '.-ived hr lit *. a'.(d
h;il cured l K: in-f <"('o !i-ii ; I rt '. .\1-
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Plroceedint t *he I -gilar M nthly
Meeting Last iMght.
The regular monthly' meeting of
the county commissioners was held
last night, C chairman Co. ly presid-
ing.
After reading and approval of the
minutes of the pil-eding meeting
the commission ii .f the newly ap-
pointed member. Jolhn (.T. Welch.
was read and he took his -eat as a
member.
Chairant Coily announced the ap-
poiitme:.: ,,f Co:mmi--lI-r Welch
a1 1 Ill lm em ber ot the" it:ai:ice ( 'i it1it*-
tee :t;il ;,. t!le !e .!'-"r i'i halti f
the e iuIt'.t farm :it. jail.
SM-. S..li ef t!o VeWst IDi-infectant
(',. l"d :,'- cdl t!:e bard relative to
t'; 1i i't-. of a dijinfectlanlt s,-ld by
'i ',"':i iy f i,. ,' ii s l :is, w lihici
I,,' ;.*il'l!';lili+ + wli',,ti .l d tl tro ;a ll v1 '-
:init. .t tl I i i-- -. le* .. and. I tl late-r
in tII t ve lliz i. aft-r dl" ii-l i-I.i-n it
was ordi-r,-d that a bartr if, Lo gal-
loni- at '1 a gallon he pIurch cha:el on
0W days time and that if p it ,nltir-ly
satisfactory it was i'ot to be paid for.
The report of the finance (colilnit-
toe was read and bill- approved were
ordered paid.
John B. Vaighin and;i a committee
of citizens of tne ciiounty aiippea-il'ed
before' the board and irg-d tlie build-
ing of the neiew hliarl road ont tile east
-ide of the railro'id.
Capt. C. B. l'arkliill and John
.Ma-sey as a collillittoe from tiie
'Chlpley Light lnfalitry asked that
locker- bl- put illn their ronio at th,-
:irliiory" in which ui iformll-. f-tc..
miIhzt ho safely kept. al-o that a -ta-
zionaryiwash -t'illd bhe placed i the
atli ni ry and that liI'r-4 le ic!h s be
p'rivided. Th'l-y rteque(ted that a
committee Ie' appointed too inve-ti-
glat the nl'ceowslty of these things
th:l tihE (colilnlittee be givenl atlthor-
ity to act in the matter. (' `airmanii
(Ciidyv apiinted( Co'liiiiissioDer'-
Joulm-,nt ard We\l\'h a,- Such coi:,-
llittie'.
SBilil not approved by t:he tiln:lilie
conliiittee- wer- ref erred.
'"'he' cI lle'tir'" list of p>ll tax -
coI!i. etcd wa- pret-i:ted and ordered
:I,* d.
'I'llet !,rId-' of P,ivkin Jones and J.
II. i:;!'l illir a- jn-I ties of thil [p- anid of It .M litn-hnell, 1ttaiiit I
l':I-o'. Jr.. :111nd It. A. Fretcih a- inoi
tar;,e- public were approved. 'l'lh'
l, nd ,t J. MI C''w as notary public
inot li'n.l pr, p'rly filled out wa-
on,' red sent l:ick to hilm.
'l'l(he bil! of the I'en-itac.la Inifirm--
:t'y fior carf. of Frank (riiIles w;-
'Ia:i:l pr(-esented island p!Cuie-it aciii
rei iu-edt.
'ii. el'ntliitt'-e to IV out IthIe r -id
frioim ard & Holla'nds reported
and the rIoad wais ordered opened.
The petition of Rev. J1. 1'. M lt':lf-
fcrty th'it thep ladies of St. Micliae'l's
cli rch lie allowed the 1use of t1" ar-
llniry fior holding a baa:ttr frm
Apnl !'- to 23 was granted.
li' e petitli n of l I and ( I
11 Ill f",, ',"i it to sll w il-- :;nol
lIll',irs in prl'-ciliet 14. wa-j n leret t,
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


THE DAILY NEJWO:
tored at the Pout O(ifie.-at Pensa(ola.
ia- a-second-clas% neat t,-r.
(bW I-'V : P*tt n'ildin .-l ;I iouiLti ala-
teS street. up-stairs.
PI Bl-.1HEi-A) IY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
One Year by Mail t.
Tbrp ldoitla- i
**ioe. Month '."<
o.e WWeek. ty car l Y ri. payuble .Monday 1"

THE WIKCKI.Y NEWS:
Publilih*-d v- ry 1- rda'l. it ;. pt r ye-a;
Potagei frre.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

,dverrs ;rg Rctes Furn r hd on Ap, ica^ior..





Thia paper is on tle with the
IMINMG ADVERTISIM C0.,
Edisott Building. St. Paul, Minn.. whern
te aidertiter and other: max
ealee It and where estimates wil be givri.
*pas fur QKENRAL. ADVERTIfSINs.

PENSACOLA. FEP. 14. 1900.

THE Lake City Reporter takes
some pain- to show how thin is tliO-
arrgument of those who ti)'p.o e thi
movement for the publication of the-
laws. It pay-:
Oniv the o:i. mal orjgn;s rountile would pubhl-h th,' law-.hould --uchi
a provwlt or :i; o<,t ith lgi-lat\. '-fi of'ie
0f the-' *thi, ice*t* e forty-rive., t 'ac irdairi.: t
uir friend. 1i1 wb.ith to publitih the lai-
.-very two year'- 'I L- ('(,tt I f unliuh latin.
providld we tal' a fl. r. a .i u.:i a t'l* i l 1n'l
t llihg *nt ad'.utit..- itrai,:, ul ii\**r iln e i:;.
Would be Imii)iual.

THE New Orleans Timtn(-Denw-
crat contilin;,s it- que.-t for a utit-
able soutl.ern grown substitute fi)r
the wood pullp from which white
paper i. n.,w made,. but it carefully
ignores all ref' r ico'' to the .-ollltil'i,
of the|problemli that !i;ih hefoin i imadl
by th P n-atc'la Paper- Mill, in the-
u of l: '.:i tII fr the lilalufatc-
tare of lu'ip. lty a proce-s whicli
eliminat,-, ti', ri-itn. l:e-retolfore th '
chief ob.tacl- t,, its u. f',r -ucii pur-
S0 -eq.

I'.llin; Stal, tt ..*-.
The "rrota'ion in oeflic'" t,,ic lha-
had a long re-t dtiring thi)- holiday y
be &ton. but the ,-t at:t" i,.r a ,*a iiil,
giving at:t ttion to it. aind tt'. qtie ,-
tion. S-tarel ;at the l4t ,s-iion iof
the legi-laturp ;ihnitt miakilrL ;i
"clean nweep." ge ttilil "'l-w bt!,.,l"
in the at:tt ;ia. i:;istr. ,j>n .:nd f rin-
ulatin ian intir'-ly i .w -!ate- f !
the cOmlil,; t 2li; i1tI. ; ,'llli<, ti tI.
di-cu-i l ,; ;.' :" ,i froni iv,-
'ill to th :-- 1; f t:; -:: .
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joy the benefits of office which the 1I fiip T[IILA1


voters of the party really bestow, in
accordance with slates made up by
the party leaders. The idea appears
to be that those who do the voting
should have something to say about
the candidate, s they vote for.
The Newt dote not believee inclianrs z all
oflce'r- -very four years as a iiat;;.-r *f(
princir le. but t. wish simply to ibrluin oit
the fact tthat otlices are inut lii.ni in the
world but -ituatlon giveiout by t '-ple
to t bos-o ,louii th Py de--.r- Ile ii,,ni-r or
trust. 'li'y are bonuses for fe-al:y to ;arty
prioncple and honoride but.n. ;.e tati;ti-i' -
tioni. And. iheir.t the proli-rty of ith- -1<, -
pie. can i>-.'eiv ni at wIi t.) any W 'ii ithe
people de-:re to hliinor.
TiHe repjlated re-noninati,.- of -;it,
oiflier-, toi be their own -ii-t'i--c-,!-.
while ,i'niin.iitly co'einpli;neit:al to
the-t. ,argues to thei' -il-Ct t!iat tie
party c;intain Zili;o othieirs worthy or
capl'ib!', to) take th,-eir plae .-. The-ri'
bere" le others w!hom th- people.,
woll!d lrladly tionior. did thi-y not
permit them-nelvo, to be gover'nt-d,
in the coiVentiull. by- theIsi, who
claim that "'the interests of the
party" demand that incumbents of
long standinii should succeed theim-
selves. The "interests of the party"'
is an argument, when thtus u.--d. that
really means the personal into-r''.t of
omine political leader who regards
the re-nomination of an incumbent
as essential to hiis private plau..
The voters of the party are quite ais
loyal to its real interests as any of
its leaders, and have quite as munc'h
right is they to decide what thaat in-
;Irest really is.
line of the minot dlempcrat.., prov-i(i,.s of
the stat" '-ontitution forbid- thu ei>\,*-rnor
i titt ii o.i're tw()teril In s ('-ucc UIn. and
it ;: iun*rnrallv undier-toodt that j- catbin.-t
S.;II go out with t himni.
THi: NEl-S ardently de-sir-- that
the constitutional prov'isioen alecti:u-
thle governorship -hall be extended
to include all state olliceir. and f:ir-
the-r :suz.rests that its ex:eisi<.:i tio
include all coinnity otlicr.-is a- well. =-
a question which de-erves tit -t ri-
ou-- r.on-i.eratioii of every public-
spit ite-d citizen of tL,. -tat-. Exi-t-
il.g. condition 5. wit!i rnug:rd t. b:htti
s:tte and county <'tli,'si. warrant
the( dIeclaration that lno tthe : tit.np
for the cons-id'-ration of -i .!i a ;.n-
viisioln could boe de-ired.

THIE MOI-UI WAY
Comlitdlil- it-,'If to, the well-infr.nmi-
dtl. teo do plit-a-antly and eol'utt;ually
what wa.s ftiorn-ily doime in tlie
,'rud-st t i:anliil-r and di-.aisr ,,ihbly a-
wll. 'Tio t l.-aii-e t!ie sy--t lin :.alid
lbreak ulp cold-. hi-al'ache's, atn. I--
*-is with W out u i!;l.-;:i- a t ;aftr-ir- .'l cts,
1-e thle di.-liLibtful liquid laxat\v-
're inidv, .' yrun p of iF'n Mia1.l, t1,
t'alifor-iii:t; 1'i" Sry' ip ( '..

Tilee I'Oi.eIl': Coi' l'.
Alone: > Daniels Initsl#,( C(Ipr to Ilip
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Hon. W. S. Jennin;zs' gubernato-
rial candidacy is to be given a big
boom this week, Mr. Jennings' cou-
sin. Hon. William Jenuings Bdryan.
is to visit him at Brooksviile Friday
and remain several days as his guest.
From Florida Mr. Bryan will go to
Coluimbus. (a.. where he is booked
to speak Feb. 22. He- may be in-
duced to make two or threat ,-peeches
in Florida during his -tay.

There were four c!indid:ttes for
s'itcrilT at t:,# ile ting ot tli- tcluntiy
'.'>!i!inI isioirs l:a-t nihti al td -i('h
r-ported his campaign proceeding
s iti-factorily. Several of the other
c : nddates tor that ofliee were en-
;aeid lIsewhere. "I utin't see what
all these fellows ara trying to)i et my
olice for," said (ieorge Smith, "I
haven't said Jtt that I did noi want
it."

It iq stated that E. Ward will
not be a candidate tfor re-election as
a member of the school board, but
hi-* friend, Judge (;. M. (Gentry of
Bluff Springs will make the race for
the office.

It is said that Prof. Tate will onx
enter the race for superint nd-nit of
public instructions.

Knowingalirs siay' all the candi-
(date-s for sheriff have noit yet been
announced. There are o)tht-rs.

The first "mud slinzing'" of the
c(Iiouty Callipaigni took pl:ic- Peaily
this we--k. Candidat.t MeMillani,
who wants all his friends, to know
that he wants to be re-elected clerk,
was out in his bugimy in thi rainii
!storm making a canvass aio4)-.g thie
cui try voters and in ba.ick with
his ntw suitof cloths badly -plal.dl
withli the sticky mtud.

John (i. Welsh is gaoingI. t Ih.' ian
active and valuable intilbf-i-i' 0ol thli-
boiard #of coullity ciriili.- ,ieif-. Al-
through newly in oifliee '#, to. hi hold
of public al:-ire liast pni, t in ;i lil:ii-
iifr that pr)ive-- is ahilii-y to t:ckl -
tl:h kniottip-t priobleti t;;.t t-rc-nt
ti.t'-t se-lv'. for solving..

The lj;i-a tion is li4 iin 'vz io:';illv
a:-ke-l: WVho i- going lto r un l." i.thel
legislatui '.' TiHE NF.\\w t, oil that
a iprominliot young attoirncy will be
4i!f. of tlh. tcandidate-.

A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt fior ti,,.
widow @of the brave' (;er:il Hirni-
!I tn of Machia. Me., wl -en thit dtioc-
tors .aid -lie could not live till nirnii -
ini." writes Mrs. H. H. Lincoll, wl;o
attended her that fearful nig'-ht. "A.\ll
t! .ugetl :t -ti' 11.:1-t -' ino i ith f lro-ii
'tipunonii ia. but si l.lre g ii ,1 r I)r.
iKilig- N'N ew I)i ,covr-ry,-.i Yiil[, it l;t1l
ilore tlian onciC -av-d lheri' ll.. ai,(id
ha.il cureId hi r (of ('oieni, fr ,i.,r.. .\ -
t>.," t hrf' s i11 ll tio- s !-! -.lp, i ,:t- ily
all iii hI t. ;iai l its f1 irtlir i;-' ')iif-

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Proceedings ofr the R-'gular Monthly
Meeting Last tIgit.
The regular imtonthly meeting of
the county commissioners was held
last night, Chairman Co.ly presid-
ing.
After reading and approval of the
minutes of the p eceding meeting
the commission of the newly ap-
pointed member. Johnt G. Welch
was read and he took his -eat as a
member.
Chairman Cody announced the ap-
pointe:!nt of Coniliii-ioi-r Welch
as a member of the- tiriiance conmlliit-
tee and i;s the imeilber inii change of
the county farm andi jail.
Mr. Selig of the WVest I)i-infectant
Co. addr'-sed th!e board relative to
the nimrits of a di-infectant sold by
hi- c'.imp ny for uie- in j-iil which
li- nil-iratiiteedp would tle-etroy all ve1r-
minii. g 1t'ri of di-'isa etc.. and later
in it'h evenin!. after discussion it
was ordered ttlat a )arrcl of Li> gal-
lons at S1 a gallon be purchased on
n60 days time and that if not entirely
satisfactory it was not to be paid for.
The report of the finance commnit-
tee was read and bill- approved were
ordered paid.
John B. Vaughn and a committee
of citizens of tne county alppe-ared
before the board and urg.-d the build-
ing of the new hard road on the vast
side of the railroad.
Capt. C. H. l'arkhill and John
Massey as a comlnittee from thei
Chipley Light Infantry asked that
lockers be put in their room at the-
armory in which uniforms etc..
night be safely kept, also that a -ta-
tionary wash tand bi placed in the
armory and that inmor lienlieihs be
provide. Thliey rreiuepted that a
committee be appoirnted to investi-
gat:, the ni'ces-ity of these things
that the cominniittee be given author-
ity to act ill the, matter. C(iairnian
C(od a pp.ilt ied Coiminissionter-
Johl:i- )ni alitd \Vlh as such col:i-
Initttf-.
lliliv nit approved by thile fiiiince
conlmnittee w,,r- reftrr'ed.
Tl'he collector's list of poll taxt-
eollIi tted wa- pre-einted and( ordered
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Tl( h!)I;ds- of Hlovkin Jonl :i and J
Ii. (iriinlir a- jiistices of the pI)-a('.
antd if It M. hu- lhnell, ,S-iiU I
P'-co.. Jr., :iiid R. A. French at- ltn,-
tar:s pinh)lie were approved. T'I-
iond of J. M. Co,' as notary public
not btinog pr.ip'rly filled out wwa-
iorde' red sent l.iack to hini.
:t'he bill of their 1e'ti-aeola Infiri-
:!y for care- of Frank rinlnis w..-
.:ii: in prn -ented and p;,\lil t ai;iill
retfui-id.
Tl'lh' ('itlliitt& tio lh:iy out tlie rno'l
from \Vard & Hollanlid's re-portild
and their roiid was ordered ol li'nld.
T'lil petition of Rev. .I. 1. McCtif-
ferty thit the ladies of St. Mic'ltia-l'
chuirchli he allowed th- utie of tih, ar-
in',ryv for holding g a l)a7za;air from
Ajn' l I-' to 2:1 v.'was jr;tittel.
I'i,, p<-:;itoiii ,if t1. F. aid (;. I..
H all f.,i -i. tinit t'o s ll W ili,-- a it
liqu'.ri- iln pr.-cinet 14. wa oii lieretd t,
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We will begin from this day, until further no-
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at Reductions never heard of before.
We kindly ask you to see us before
purchasing elsewhere.


Big Bargains!
IN DICESS (OODS. SILKS AND SATINrs.


Big Bargainal
IN TABLE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!
IN LAID IE 11_-I1: CAPES AND JACKETS, AND IN LADIE.-
TA ILOR-MADE 1)DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LA.\iI-' SIN.K -\ND I;RILLIANTINE SKI!rTS AND L.\ArI
EI.ANNIL A'D SILK WAI.ST-.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1930. 5


HOMIE NEWS NOTES


"fi I~ -Pr ql oit I t9FUE ola #.Id t'ti
r' m d its M4 1i1t /t. *,,*-1 4 -,. 'i q sf h

jliF m1E 'JRAIN.-A Iatv train.
.. -I.#- tnoate. will lot- run onil ,e


t -fii1'w-uI this nt ~ofl-mrwith
..lie tnd erttiilen,2' # i ih-li-.rm ..
-(l-tom (il S~ ~t. V ..ezttino's~day.




ck( K vIW.% Vi.,. -T 1 Hi -I1:~
a Maiitf-. will L'i%.t- a tt
V... t i tho- ht#In at 9Iii! *i+i'wk t~o-
nn'I'~ i-ii.jit fear tlis ar 4,Ia. i?~ f
:,'- lgtl-t"---. CjIaz't-1 -are t vuti'odto

A Si'l)m:-.F Tire C(thoisue K rzi~hts
alid Llidies. of Amt-rica will give a
p-i)irpf- at ('. K. of A. haluuont -North
82otlovzi -;:reet Friday eveunitg. Ad-
.I-iton 2.-) -fentP. I{-fre-Shunect.t. will

A PI-i.Au(.-llil:\T-Wblt4- at
'~ii odii I~rt1ho.'uptiate rwck at t Rii-
-,Id w hat f lratt ight Jill"' 0 (iri-lna
Itrd.l-Il tind jAaatat'tllybrui-t2ed
isface a:id .ide. Ili-wu- carrie-d
Iii tn'itefr treatintti It.

trell. ttio.-xpqert phi'?'' narti-,t W! lor-
.,-''ianMr. ('awthou i ta- a card IinI ii-
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.--i-rp~uu~at#-uI hoi'iuiub#fain-.
t ~1 .- uf -unittu--r beingo.
N: A 1 If 1--iD A IPi it-y-A .-g:rti
.tu1 ija ur- cf(it ti arilnZ nb,m't
i.tl;" 11jAlld 4,1 Mrs*. S A. 11*11
v.irri.-r of W~racl,it imda(it;ialeo-
-tri i-ti at -coCIOk m-t Il i,-,!t
Th r- t- atid lumii'I a;iti-1wt~


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SOCIAL AND PEONAL


MiAs Stokes, of Molino is a visitor
here to-day.
M. F. McCool of Keokuk, Ia., is a
guest at the Lewis hou-e.


a It. M. Cary lha returned from
T f^~ U Wa busine-s trip to Alabama.
I). W. Burke, of DeFuniak Springs,
is a guest at the Merchants.
n- f m gi ldtOd Mr. W. E. Avery of Milligan is
rp f i registered at the Lewis house.
Don't forget the mu-sicale at Clut-
Thf e Of ter's mu~it. lhal to-morrow night.
\1 IhlIYS ~efowe lhWi There will be a meeting of the
Thirty oS f hTl' lfe: Pens.,acola Light Artillery to-i,-igit.
Is a batewih menstrua- Jam-es ,ug -4 hs iugh: th'"
ftoi, l t Oneg WgOfa I boiler workl-,no lichtardn-,n'i n(id-
9nh aIlwl s t a'rd.
Nils WiolkMe IDnwa ftits w rVII. A. ('ali-r. of Clinton. Ala..
Si is regi-t,.-ld at tLie M -rhaat-. t.,-
O 1 mSO ath e day.
Mrs. Thorn and Mrs. (iordon. iof
Lydl E. PbWinka's VeetAc Compo I Evergrten, are gue-ts at the M mn-
house.
I 1f H. H. Sievers of Mulat and II.
SCO l9lli Brey of Milton are Liests at t:ie
L fro grated Lewis houe.
eOf course, :.u are going to DeFu-
WOniik $aturdyv. )Only 50o cents for
being prnlted In thle the rouna trip.
SE. A. Wil-',n. of Louisville, and
M rs... ff M. a ork, ot Franiklort. art guests at
i mrf n m n fity the Merchamts.
--t uSaI- SUoh letters.1 The W. I1. Wright cnipany ha-s a
Her oGunst Is safe OuggD new advit- isenli.t it: tills~is-ue of
sa. U always helps wo witern: to uilder-;.
nwi and wiffll help you, Al important m Ietetinr otf t' .
-s. Plaka 's al-" I will hi., ti-ld at K. PoI
Mrs, Pinkhamns a- ll ait :; o'cilcl t,,-,n,"1^t.
Stress IsLynaf Mass. She ('apt. (Chris ('orier hIa-s inii-ntly
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I it II itt 40,01 fiIi-n.- lst iliht n
hiu-:uitifnol sIietyi -t';I val it f'n
Ouiuln-. falmawi- iaa.l"i-s

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WV. J. tept liets olf DeFuLiniak
Spring-, A" N. 'ilrim:id .urvevoz.
I- a gte-t at the Lewis I~hou-c to-uay.
A c('eck for $2 -'),H in -iiurance on
t.t lite of th'e late F'rank Walter inl
ttiti Ktni.it,-s l lHonor, was received
to-da y.
Mr. anmd .Mi. Frazi,.r, of Ever-
green, Ala.. ai ivt d her'- ye--trd.ay
alttr iiool i an are .-' u ties t- at the

WValt II. B till. of Newark. O., the
barytone ,inger. arrivtd ye-te -day
;lltt-rnoon en rout-, to the-- Florida
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fir t-igii.Ot. att iwhichT)I .- r f 1 1E.I I Wiur

Tia', Hackirc- Co- ,, is I 'iile'of M ihihinl1,.tr''gut- at tilt-Mu-r-
ni liiiiVni[Ce too Vaol:-vi-t attn I oIih. catI :1'cly
wel t-'f iii-I re- RI* Y tn' k il. -a -a- J. 1). tnmd W. 1T. 1- AtrI d orif 1) -l lye
III (it'l olPAI N- K tI LIA.in aI .1Ifa all 4('- 1-art %-, AIX.n-I -pu--ttveh aao~tt
gasif war i i Iw at r unrII)i Ik eVP7 IIIIIe I I L !s.ajWtl~lIra-i.are gursnts
i coijr tr twil. toni will ba-s, nuprio-tI too at the t' rchmantn-.
ima..iii-. I nsist Ii'oii-g-ttlwtli- ie g IE ayE-ciri1n o i1 ie
titl. ~ ii! ii tV. i s~es ~ *(* awr daoof-or Ine beiiefP. tof tin' .putl-
ni un Ii. A\,i~l sih.t iinti-s thnt-ri- i..a;lic .'cliiiul iibrari-ypnlouioitieLi) be Vetry
W1i, $IIre Iain-h lir.I Dm aviis. Ilbtera.ltv jatauiazzedt.
M r. I1IL1. ) W#,V- A 'f Miztg-aui
MUSCA FOGR MTh,-i-r-rav itilt-r utiniuir.
%t'! iic-i yierdt afzt-i -itou nd I

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To those living
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
are indispensible,they kee: the
system in perfect order and are

an absolute cure
for sick headache, indigestion,
malaria, torpid liver, ccnstipa-
tion and all bilious disc;ses.
Tutt's Liver Pills

CIJAIIMAN IANIELL
He Was Elected by thlip Board of
Safety This Morning.
The regular weekly Iv -eting of the
city beard of public safety was held
tli's lc r iii with M -.--r Puit i::m .
Tobin.. VWhite and Mayt.r illiard
present.
The minutes f'of the last in-etin~,
were read and approved.
The cases against four o' the fir(-
mien for fighting, Dece imber 2.sth.
were disnmised. and thie case ;aIna.t
Fireman Farinas was continued.
The case against Officer Biline,
u.ing insoleat language, was dis-
Iissni d.
(Offilcer It. H. Kelly, cehar-ed with
failure to report for dnty .ianuary
.'2d, pitaded guilty, but ni.t wi!tuil',.
and the action of t !i marshal I1l
suspe-diin liiim was sutained.(I
Night Turnkey W. ('. White.
charged with neglect of (hidut.. l.
lockin g ul) a )pri' i-r wit!t a pit ;l
on is ip rs [,t Wa'- ord',r.di tio h. i. p-
rimanded.
O)flic'r i t;.-loy, cliar d with cti:-
(Iuct 1i lieo nl ;i lir ;il an 111 ,4fr1 irl
n ,lt-et of duty. ht:ti hi ';c c tiln-
U-d(1 until t,'-!nii rr w lli-n r, ,in t
tion ; i- a t ril orn the ta l).."
The lmoithly report El Ithi ni:!si:il
w;ts reci ivd. read and fl I...
An a t ropri:itioi nt ff2 I-t"h W\1-
mad,- oIr Joliu Mainn aid Fortun-.
Jone, s, as gi:uar.ds for tli ini:itri.l
coinmpta'y su-pecte'd 1'f -nm.llpox la-:
The report of tho fir, clhi'f vwa re-
ceived, read and Li!- d.
'The s1)vion -i Fir(mnan D -
nard, f-,r failing to report f,;r duty,
w,;1s snl 1ain, <1..
The report ,,f the c.iinnitteo on, the
extension of w:i,,r m tins iin tit-
weternt part of the city was re-
e(ived and lilt. (.
Contract for furni- i !t iia f"et 'of
new hose fio the fire d-partmi-nt \V I-
referred to the chairman to hbe sub-
Iinitt.-( to the council.
John Dulin was allowed nit ie
days' pay during; illnes- r-n-i itin-.r
from the fight at th truck hoou1- in
December.
A request by the Clerk's Vnion
for details of extra otli'ers onirirg
the carnival parade and ball was ru-
ferred to the marshal with full
power to act.
The application of Frank Mairi a
for increase in allowance for fe'diath
prisoners, to r"cotiup lo-~-s therp-on.
wa-< rIE frr l t to te c uitcil wi''h a
,,(<'.miliie)d, :ii )riont that, if l,>-.ili l,.
.ddlitionl allowanc- ho, made.
.I. K P. .1 liI isiin riin .',.l his :ip-
;i('! tj; l i r'! for a ,ppiI t: 'ntt ; -1 i tli.t-
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Don't miss This Great Tcmel Sale.


TA .I I D' I)A IM A:I H N.'p,;kiin to M e! fr.in ..................-..- 7P.-: to .1ce yard.,
TAKHl,I DAM \SK. Extra Heavy. l;"a:itiifiil )-in-..... .S1 35 and $1 75 yard.
I'NBLEACHEI) DAMASK. g lod values............................47'..c yard.
UNHIEACH I) DAMASK. good values........................... ..e yard.
UNHiEACHIEID DAMASK. extra heavy........................ 72'.c yard.


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Reported Daily f.,r The News by
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2'oIuioui & $01i.


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General Repairer(

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(;a- "Fitting.
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. More.
"'Ar titi ) D) airn -, Estimates. Plan. and peciflcationir f)o: Build-
i:'. oft All Kind-, Prepared on Short Notice.


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
-OF THE-
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI ,,,TM,-.,,RI"T MAN ,, OFFItE -i. W .TV-
DAVID EDRERNENT HIT.. P FN:.-,PLA.. FLA.


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MANI IATI .ElES ANI IF I.1 IN

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S I'm (rack- -.Jack ard Saildow liants
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Bargains in Table Linen.


o 0 PREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER.
O r Our :.' ... of ('.'ttrn E i', fr- t anl
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Sp ,ci.il Pric-;i' n.ak th i-in go Thi- W e\ ,. -1

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KANSAS CITY WANTS IT. I


WHIM-WHAMS.


~&~J.Ax ~ ycii1 ftJc~a in


A AVhA'NING To MANKIND NOT ~
U-03L WITH SCINISCE.

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I11g. tit.c.atee a-ailTnI (aMmp Man-


.% fi~etsaI EI(tie u\ timuttmigir. otill in'gl
ztw.k t*.lithelt 11 er was :a sausn of rtruthI
unt v!u.ravIty. tusedtito rvt~iark,
I ck-ant allswor',r ot.his ruth.1 hu.Iitt an
for % 'u(.1-161. i-why. Smelltdayi s ic will.

I lke t-. man:: ager Ii gut i. '-Well, Ithat
rual ws 1tt, loitr (or all flt-a.heavy-
wpigh: I.. N~tot:a tigh.ter usamong IIthems
s1i.I%~ti:1111 aaoi-.t hnhimlr iIhres

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w'a ist' .annery I v aqlt-
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Tho-r- wi.1 he arp a -Pi,-. r we.ti gf
Opi -tT- .s.~ sL~.atI
V~uiin plrbyi-cians are cordially


Declares She Will Secure National
| Democratic Conventlio.
Niw Yoa,. Feb. 13.-A special to
The Herald from Washington says:
Before Mr. Bryan lIft Washington
Saturday he held an important confer.
ence with some of the Dbmecra:- lead-
ere and it was decided thb: th'. t ; L3-
cratic natiouai convention nthmild ta
held prior to the Republican and Pop-
ulist conventions. It is underetool Mr.
Eryan ts anxious that his pariy hall
tako the field first, announce its plat-
form and prepare lor tao national con.
nt b'-'4.h-3 .p::?A rivals formally
UCiAar c [as cam pi.upgo intentiocs.
Notwithstanding the assertion by
members of the Democratic national
committee that at a receat conference
at Cutciwo it was derlded to hold the
convention in Milwaukee, theie seems
t,) bie a disoitioli to rescind tlat action.
M':ssourt represouratives aeclare Kansas
C iv will wre.4: ti; pr.zo tfrutu New
Yo: I, liiwaukee, CLaicagu cr any otneor
city.
I'o ssibll| le For lloenl iDer'err.
1VAs:IMNCTON, Feb. 13.-CoIsul Gen-
crai .owe of Cape Town sorvud cou'ce
c:',,n Amerian u:zuu:acturers through
a report to tIe buarau nof lore;'n cum.
L.rce ', thLat a- huo.i as the war 1.1 South
Afr:c. is over titese will be a bom
wvhic will afford many opportunities
for iue intrioductxon of Ainer:can goods
aud Americant enerpr:ses. Tue coun-
!r.-" w:.i then i :,b-4 cort of ,tupple&. be
'.:5ys, particuiar.yv breai-tutiat, autd in
-i ;; tboir (direcicub .b ie demtand will
l.- ". Vo .as. tools aud harness
v. .i i-. tis '"d; iiuI':! furniture i.,As
L-.n ,i'..tiioyel. ,aud tise c',nntrv wilt
.nl.u tiilo (, utle t-s l s required Ly
;unu t-":j!g ug; r i;t a2 war.


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11ed iu~l L'sowti u.4 tho W. A. 1Haudlev
2d's 1) H1.#Au a isced :or iout n*a'.>i .'tuic~oI
io.- tliti ga;2i. A'~uti wotarLw 11115
~:rowiJ i l)~w ii Lia tosx Uayd.

W A`sti'.u.'roN, Ye b. i_". Secretary
c;.;otouiy d .rected roilt were be cov-
vrca Li tue treasury to tue redit of ('ou-
:-',erlC*1 funu ; ilAJ rect~eii dfruusuu'I uiecio.
).2 *it.1ii 2. 'i~e uinuiout biaScti ueen1*l i
a tziue truo:.- -rv it r several weekI4 petit.
I1 iu0 posPiat'We a;it-1vLAI of boroitdi Uf~rwau
L:.u rdlraizbg r. out ast Ua~dt!fL45 no;
:1 i~sut's.*eirt e a CUd

L.LtI,2I ~L11 ii treiv.!ui. nre
c.uoii Fr 1'.ymtiran
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a ~ ( .tt1lii ;iiutcy aaxd J inutrse,
invauti' rvai:.eJ .inugtstouutewti lii. 10,
v.;s i tt30 ccitnniloai to) iI.ixtuck oi
it'uist rw. tiwiug toLL);s e...~t8.ui tiiii


THE~
A'1tVANI .NG
C1,r11lH Foil.


CATARRH


CRTRRRII 9ES


Ely's NramUlmB~
1 ,id~ n pie i-Iant


ItIIl III na i~t 1. IS Itif n

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t I t Ii I tI i f -.i it c t-Ii: rt ( tilt, 'I a ii t -it
c~~- 1i.arm- iz-tt t'sl'a. (Ite f1itsIay

Sou.1wn i nteii, Lunubri
tinn pally
V4.
Trw ii-'fewbnutuu.t IsumitasP. 1ItfinI-'1 IQ.r-
jiuar.'d I.p app.-ar toI III-t oil[.111 tilt-it il -"vit
vidi't. Moasdm% th it fith day ofi31March.
A. 1). Iwo
N I. \i '. it leo-11"iler putisii.bhedill Kid.aatt

4 'l.-rk 1,( 1. hot.Circi'ta Olurii
B\ II t- li. ludidaIi. Dputj* ('itrk.


TH I


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


A Gallazy of Jests That LovWer@ Of BHu-
mor should Enjoy.
N o,. Hortense; the brave firemen are
not evicted whien they are suddenly
driven into the steet.

Mrs. Csriiiisconliva.-llas the ashitwnn
beva here to Illp~e I t shes today?
Mr. CritnsotibcaL-Yes; he was here
at L;I noeui.
1'atienu.c-Slue has a foot like her
mut her ta tiulic -raiut iniotlher.
Va.tIricE'- I suppijose it is what is
Luo%% n as a ihucal foot.
Shco--Yours frierusl w ts very esithisi-
astic over thle contcterit last asiqglt. Did
3,011 se :u ;;;-:.l ~isd aboutiit?

M rs.( ti'itlu''-P you believe
M r. 4r ( i.iualuak- W~ell. tno: there's
the 11zi~t ov e:- lia will. you know.


('I:iiio C -~ ~eII.yes; they have

's :Ilt i ei.-`- asked the srchool-

AssI)i Wuh!. 2- l si lilart cofeca"is

I !' ~~u 1': tl I.1'111ree n dsui
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LEWIS BEAR & Co. Wholesale Dealers, Penacola


SOMETHING NEW

0 ;EVERY DAYiC-


a.A. WATER, HALL & KLEIN'S


Batchc~ and Green


Grccer.


PHONE 172.

Cliic k i-is amid Co~ unztryV
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear ci Johnson & !on's Store,
[NTENDENCIA, STREET.








Palafox Street.



LODGE, DIRECT ORY
KNIGHTS OF PYTHI AS.
1'crisalcolla 14Iidgte.No. :1i. Kor all
m'i4' cv.rv m.ondlay .-v#.n-

Xttinz liethrt-n cordially
ecnit~d.
Il. .Vi.C. C.
K.ft. A 8.


Live Oak Camp No. I '~iodmtlziazof Ilie
'Wo rldi.
-t and tiinrIl riulgv rtght in
a Hllv mvi)',!it W. WI5 '0 *. WAT'4 i'.rt
T. I I.-. Fx'i. (A er k. (C. C

C IATI()N.
O~fficc or 0- "Swur.'sary sit ('iuter'K
IMIu't! fi iItme.
unti. r,'*~Isc- lu g11off th.' I'rt.%,d,*r.
T'll- u.* a 'i' ,*,t. us. uts. io to
tho- t r.tIe~rveq of t h ~se uin.
J AM k, m v 4Ut'H .4.1
Sve r~taI v.

PROFESSIONAL CARD.

DR. Wx. C. Dzw1LLLimR
OFFiOE-Iannah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENCE-400 E. Jaokilon Stilpe

Wmn. IP. Marean, M. D.9

Hauomeathic Physidia ant SnreaD,
Late of Ocalla, 1Fla.,


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*J'olepxhono 1008.


XWlPatio:).. New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
their Iiinn:ir -u St)ock.


Cold Weather
Coming. S n I
or tsr', ust I-Eu4 ii ii vanr hin tie-lir- t
1 II )S) ari' W" wail 'flti you t
(or lirntiug lsurpo~es ttt 'aoaie.pc-.

JIOMPSOrP, Olserq El Qo..
I a.'-lr" IIa

Coal and Wood.
I Iffice anti Yarit. 14.L. LComrer iZarrago-3-&
andRti I asroasd St reet.-.


-JOHN PURDY, -

Foundry mIachine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JlFFERSON AND PINE S:rE.T.jS,


Pensacola, Fla.


ATTERN' '\ Car \Vhea.-, WoV dI and iroti Pn ll*rl Hi"nter-. B.x"-. Ete M t;n-
fa.ctured t ) Order in First-Cla.-s, Workmanlike Manner at Reit.an-
ble Rlate'.
Dealer.in Maohinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Statiouarw and Marine Application.




McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

vj^ General Metal Workers.

L..ahfactmo Of ad NeadrWrs fr the

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Tutpenline Still,
C OMitfts a 0 ad, M rpkbh th = c. |


Offers his professional servtcq to the citl-
zo-ns of Pnqitt'ola.
pe"ial attllentlon given Io th o tre-atnent
of Chronie tl.t1-wa-q1 and IHle- as f t
Women and Childr,'n.
'hirt' Year raIIr-f i;ce itn th. I u bh.
Office Houri:-' :t. ii ti o 12 In.. o p. Inm.
Residence Phone No. 2&).
R'.ntr-inunt RutlvIinr-olonm A

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Mu: ai: Temple. PhMoe 364. :- -- t


GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE


-IS AT-
The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


-OF--


E$TZ & CO.,

iP-120-122-<


-AND-

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
RFPRFSENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEFkDINE FIR., LIFE. MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
CURANRc COMPANIESS. .. .

alioera AleBis of fh Eitabi"
T-if'o levamiAA OnAinua


MOBILE, ALA.



^THE^-


LOON.


)SITE UNION DEPOT.=(


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.

Telephone No. 46.



-- -THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRAlNDS OF+-


wz W, n Lqwau, COIDA,

q-zBEERS, ETC.,'@


1 1903 AIND CLI S, LIGIE 61 MuILL BAU1E:.


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Telephone No. 147.


Telephone 348.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900. 7


Son hedand HIS FRIENDS ARE


S$Sisters BECOMING ALARMED

m M WER Boers Will 0old Cccil Rhodes


f1 should bie used Ivy every
oman, man aiid #hiid det-
msinng a nch. Kft. lustrous
'apiwMnccof thvu ir. it
flrzrisjlw,. jU.t thewright,
'-f-Umulgatou to tWe hAir
Natural tloii of hair fl)Oiit-
urv it jin-vcni'. dandruff
and pr.~niaturv graiy hairs.
kFN It is te tw)u,oet r.friJiirig,
aem~ rv *n. fvilermatitig
\-dnrwi.-iw ut tx can Ise ol,-
Wtiaed.
/ /4'~ '~, Ifyourdetxler annnotiuy-
y~IlV yOU. Write to U!. ai,4!"4
,. '...p wil .to it tbat %quu ar-
suppijed.
Seven Sutherland Sisters
1I-I k--bru--& i-tret, !'New York city.
WE. ILUMEE. PeoE~acola. FIwi~ca.


THE HOUSEHOLD.


tevw to MmLv DipletIous fBonbons.
Htomemaadte 11&11( iair-lHow
to CeeL Turnips..

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Buy -Ii Yorwieoe ff s
hansoie prlo sute


For Indecmity.


BRITISH MORE HOPEFUL

Boers Raiding Zu.luiand and Driving
Off Cattle-Krug-r's (jinsi Are Im-
pleated in Alniost Inli.pasable PlIces
Around Ladymlibth.
LONDON, Feb. 13.-The war oflce has
posted a dispatch irom Cilonel Keke-
wich dated Sunday, Feb. 11. to the
effect that Kimberley was bombarded
throughout Thursday. Feb. b. During
the morning of Fob 9 a small engage-
ment lasin{g two hours occurred at
Alexanderaiontein.
A dispatch from the Modder river An-
nounces the arrival there of 1,4J0 refu-
gees from the barkley west district.
They had been ordered away by the
Boers because they refaued to join the
Republicans. The refugees reached the
Modder river via Koodooebertg.
It is learned that 200 B)ers were
killed or wounded during General Mac-
Donald's recounaiisance.
Tnere is no confirmation of the re-
ported sortie of British troops from
Ladysmiih nor of the outtlanking move-
lIuent.
Forced Boers to Evacuate.
A report comes from Durban that the
Britlih arttiiery lorce the Boers to
evacuate their camp o Howangwana
hill, south o Ccenbo. It wouid be au
important advantage if the Britibh were
able to occupy the Positiou.
Ta? absence of General French from
the Rasnberiz di.itrent sBemni to have
give the Boers an opportunity for re-
newed activity. Tt-y have apparently
c -:ninciteced :til extended attack on0 the
Lr.nlsh hne. anu are rieeti.ng w ii
;:i-nor succe'S"-s-, w 'ii:c are having con-
.: :e -ab.e ricr-, t Lct ua the border
'1 ti 13or inva.:on of Z':tn'and is
caus:ng 1ken anxr:.- A>i;ct ;roni the
!a.-t tnat it *irea!:.': Genmiral Bunler's
upp ,'4. i; 1 z it'( i ,t to e z ilteve tnat ihn
Zains <-a:i lbe iun Lp; q:i->srcent \vhie.o
tieir a'.:;" it I-'iwi:'iautd.. i nud their
v, uitry uve:runa ty tu.r hetreditary
Tip f.-cn -is of C" -il R'''d"9 ar3 bte-
rcuiilutg alAjrindt at h's possb e fat.-, and
have enzl an euii'-.sFarv to see Dr. Lvyds.
the 8iiplona.';c aan^it of inte lB)ers in
i'nrot) in rear, to the probable cour-e
ine Boers wouid plursne in the event of
:'s cAstEur, Dr. L3 %14i assured tue in-
. r'me-:.arnee that tii eoers did Lot in-
teni to kill Mr. Rhodes, but. be added.
they would ctrzainly hold h;nm as a
n'Wtate until the indemnity fur the
Jamitie-c raid was paid. In viow of the
,'eveiopment Rsince the raid. tho Boers
h .ir also decided to d ubie the amount
'if the inlemnti:y demanded, so Mr.
!Rhode.' friends will have to hand over
: ').,'0') (i0O.oIjJ.O0O) before he is re-
i.as9- 1. it is .alo learned diefinitelyv that
)D:. .Janieton is still at Lidysunth, iu
-p:tj of all the ccnfl!cting report.
AAPHORIS!MS.
I'.'l il :,.'-s m...t ...iN :,il it onry
',:: : -'.- }t t; :.-- i .' -> ll i.
!\v ,,w;i; fr;' _':!tlitv \\,, r ,:ilr libnerty.

I f t': i'4 1-' :ity it r ui.i' i:-slrc of i
1:.:.ii ;.L i i: ." \w l.a it 41e I04 it list i
I ; :. z l. ;i\< fo u r !; I"
.: 1, 1> ;r I,: \\ ,ilty v iisely ni l
i tI -I ( ;** ti > i;m .- J n JI .l11 i.%
T .I' : ll !-.' t1 l ar p1 r4!'7- u tit ioll is -niI
c u .'t w:,'Ait it 1e t r" :!-< n :1!11. to fir-






o i'(.inii tlth in i to1 I,' :in l.-:i\s talkili aind
thi niiL g about lib ing g,'iilteel. :izlitt.

D)\'itt'.i Witch .l Saz. .vI i-
un. (1nill.d for pil ~, iiiiiri,, :;iid
-kin di-e:.~e, ft is ihi oriilri i1
Witch Htizel Salve. Beware <'f till
eonuit erfeits. Harti-' i'ti r:;. cy.
.Ioloni Sleparp.r S. K:in.
TH1 O I'I:.' ,y-.t.-r in hin hed of oreoe.
S:ik-.l '-I li ai btart tflll hi, su-t Ifmer
114 < 4 7.
Onn'lh I hni*lII. and apd. witli n yawn:
I-",i" i:iv ll*-'tuauit irtlitni'. Y-*-i- t,!-~; I l4-! lby
th i" .;'r
rThait *;l .- V .hif d :.' h- 1>V h i1. lt;+r 1'.

That *- of ut *ht -" .'il t !u i t;l 1 v h, ill'"
.1 l1 t'., :" w i! f,; t!th -!nop w i -'
0 s,' > I ",* t : I!;<+ +. *'.* 'l i ;',t ? ,;- ; .

noii f. re d !'. t',,'". ,'*" rWw r. "<:y t,
"lai wv ..i ,' ..'- '. i;;r:i :it. Y oi ii 0';. i


,'t i,' l l b !> ,r .;+' J",'-ll.n I'lil 1-
it I.l ''rrel ,lr.ty ;I.a w a i, lon ;.0.
.,r ,.r l".i wr i. t i t, ruil-'l i f-
lht~iil -! thr -*h rviii.of r<,_ul i" lil* ,'; !
will bi d, i .-,:iitn,.,i after tlthi w -, k.
hbl t -'.,<-i.il r: ir will hb ,- rv d :
:.n11 !il;4i of the day or lii.ilt.

1)',:,'/ h11/ an)/fJyin in
; 'urniturI < r hoise fi'rn/'?..ish7-
in?7'r unfi of /o. h(1rc .cen.
. I iof'): j' Fin-ilch* s tock.
T ;cii; prices are low: their
stoc '- ix complete, and they/
will sell you wh at /ou.o want
on lon6 time.

Furniture at all Pri$#s.
W, ,r, -flint dinin,= roon, tables
:it Ih-ail;2: pric*- : al--o itove-. bed-
sprinix. inattinIs. kitchen -afes.and
kitc -,n cahiinet- with bread board.
chitt. for flour, and driwerp for
kitchen utensil-, and, tableware.
('il :iIlnd examine them at 0. M.
l'iyor's llargain Furniture Houiwe.


Scrofula and



Consumption

People tainted with scrof.
ula very often develop con-
sumption. Anemia, running
of the car, scaly eruptions,
imperfect digestion, and
enlargement and breaking
s down of the glands of the
neck, are some of the more
prominent of scrofula symp.
toms-are forerunners of con-
Ssumption. These conditions
can be arrested, consumption
prevented and health re-
stored by the early use of


Scoff's Emulsion
Your doctor will tell you so.
At a" oru-r ts ; rcc. 2rd .oo.
SCOTT & LUO\ NL. Chemists. New York.


Prer nrirnzzI to FFti Pnrl. ii-'nr Vts-
ittorhP.
T I(' I':lL 1" y ,1< :.'T1 :1t! It. s' T:;o ;1,;\P
Ibex i lbs\y th,, !;i-; f',.v !. .f :,, ;i!c o'i-
iln, o.T resltiu'l l lnt :.*.(*.i" lii Il'<. lV it. s; :::! l a nd ll .:-h:.h p 'iv-
il'e s. "r.u e v. ill !, i,, |. Yoss hA i (
r :iitl iri.h<-s. s;iv It,., .Niw Yo.irk 11' :!,.
Tlh :I'll )T ri' i !' it.: i to t.l -t( I l
Il+.oe li;:, <,! \ i ,,:''...: :i: l w ill provide,
*:; ill" :vl '., :i .l:', ;;s 'ol" ti. I llO: st
1t11 i ,llt .: I ]'.}. .:. ". ".. 1 i \ ;l ;1!1 1I:(
CP A- 6t 9 V:: 3 o 0 r I .
lear tEe 14 K d YUh 3V3 AlYas Wt!

X_9= 7


Tie Ieeture
-( F-


on the Anifricau ;taz-r# lli-recital
(44 t:i. WIinf War 't ?HiO clmn !0e ~-X
c0-1lied l'y any living o 1t"!. it
hardlky pr(Jt)ai)!' thla t thecit~zt-I1.- (of
Pf ilac'l a Will e vf r :I; e(I :1tflhii e
opportunity of hi-arin-u th,(is i-,t~i-
ttii'i-zit(Iorator :iCt 'otiedprate -id-
d i r. Yon will wvf~ tr rogr'ot hearn Jg
him. You 'will always r#,'-ret it if
volt (10, 11t her in) thi- time.
fPdmi55ior?. 50 aQd 75G.
Spat-. on li .deFrdi at 12 in.


FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TURMINIAl
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leav"Ile'.n~scola for the Lit~lf
Bayou, Palmetto Betach. Warrington-'% ava
Yafrd at-d Fort Ilmrrancs-' st
6:0 tift. mm.rri vi' M t toiPair incss 7:1 5 n. in
1-o:w #L.tit. rarriv'e ,.t I-c r t i.P.r' r, -."cais 414 .'
I :To)P. tit. arrito' s-.?' For)rt il.i rr.!1esi% I v. noi
rj o ~ .r- Ut 1 zo- r etrraaP-4 7.11vn
Tram! rt'-A-;2 Fort kEarrai.caI4 !or 1a:,
co!l lit
t.in. arr~vv at P'aaa .~ Tr
p0 to .i~rv,s :l -~e:. 1';
i n frr.' ,-*.: .7 pz
i4,u u. F..srivut k......... VWP. in

13 NPA Y aCarr;
Leave I'emmatcc1&. LV F'tFar-9,noaa.
V a. tit. A&. .
mLif. 1'p.LI

p. M. p. re.

flonviaecla in Fort Iar an:-sd rfetvrn 4!
I *.-o'.:ie(113~ to Nary Ypa-d an*I return .. .. .%
i':~u~to I tnezto Bosea:, nd n~tmn Kio
F A N 9 rUIS@.T '- A Y
&*Pnsacols to art Rarrancas NaVy
I ard and rotarn ........................ I
'"ezsscois f,0 FfIrntto Beach and
No frotght 'red aftePr 3:15 P. iTV.


WINGIOP& ., COLLIER
-Importers and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese


*=Fancy Goods,=*


At Jacoby's.


Tupe(d:y Nilht--"Mot!)t.'"
\V1didn-.davy Matiere--*LittlI- Lord
I tniti-rov,.'"
\V'"tlir'- dav Night-'"N o r t li t- r n


PRICES' AS ALWAYS:
M.1 ,.tln,6................(10 and :20 crnts
Si. ht. ............. i "i) an d ::' c :;- :

Ladies free lToi-dly night if ne-
eompanito- by a perry. na witi a paid
:;-'-cent ticket.

Friday Night Feb. 16th.

A NOTABLE EVENT!
Appearance of the I)i,.tin g'li-ilhd Actor.

CRESTO GCLARKE
A- -N'-

MnISS ADE AI!DE PPvINGE,
FP u;io:'it I 1'-o r';:' (H i'np'ii' v
tie !";hiy,



l :n:tifu!iy st :.d : Si.irlly Cr-tI'
V Tl -T ,,- pr, l action ,-rI will .r lti! n-
I -:i it llh thlIA L v':i liv 1'tr. E! rl-- in ';.%\
': i rk, lI,-, i tn I l l' ll:w4(l !l hii, l* inpl > ;n I
:4 ,.rlhiti'l o'f et',*,t' .

OXo Lti,-2t OCyl1ry:.
Saturday. February 1Iith
'ME-SR-. S';-II '. Itr' E IRE-ENT
TIu-r: COM IAN


C


I'our different men wr-re trying to
talk to Jacoby. ail at once. th!e othl-r
day when a I\ EWS man droppe-d I ,,
to get an advertisement he had been
promising. "It's no u-e, my ft lend.'
he exclaimed. "You can t-ee for
yourself how thinog4 are. Look
around, and if you b-e anything that
will do for an ad., put hr in, but
doi.'t wait fcr nme to write it up; I WV
simply can't do it." TUE Ni:ws nri:i:
looked around and *'-u:id .-oii-
thi'g"-I-here is part of it, the rt-st
wa- packed away in the b[hi, ware-
Ihouse next do rI, or stacked li inr
s!ielves and piles, up to the ceiling: c


RFIAKi- 'ST I-'QCI)-


r
R

,1.


ALL ORDERS SERVED OH SHORT NOTICE
..- AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

i c :':) tocT-s fr Rent by the Day, b'nk or Month.- 1
S 2, 31;2 kcrlt! Trraona Strest, cpisite Union Depot.
,.? /O- 0-Telephone G3.-O
-.:-GEO. WILSON & CO.,:.* -
Don't Forget to Stop Wit' the Fat Man.
Fd iViEIifIlAB REIHEI DL'I. YitLUSALE AIM RHA l ..
"'" '"" I "i"g Pensacola. Florida. "i '"; '"""


YOUR HORSE --_ .....1"
if suffering from an enlar,,ement can I:- ui, k v
put on nis$ fct. No tvtt'd to hiiio rt r h(r,.
The enlargement will be quickly aborl IL by

Sloas Liniment.,
Nothing like it to cur, ,- torc. ten n,
,r to kill a i i:iin. < b!; o, lint.
Thi.. rc-med v i- known to vit,,rc ri'--
i t rcl i l it d J t: .' : r
it, /enc/rahtin~, qualitit '.-v nd
Py ared b DR. EARL B. 8LCAN. flaton. MMs., .S.A. '-i r- : T *.'. y.


) mmg
QI


D I Ni LION BEER!


Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artiflfialiyd.ge'-tthe foodand aldsi
Nature in ctrerithening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It isthelatestdiscovereddigest-
ant and toni,'. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly reliev-4 and permanently cures
yDnpepia, Indizgetion, heartburn,
SFlatulence, Sour Stomach, Na
SickHeadache,GatralgilaCramps,
Small other reseit of i perfect dtmeUo
Prepared by C C. DeWtt a Co. Cbhim.


W3J l N'WE'


Endorsed !vy all Phvyician- :- t.-
only Beer a.)-!olut'ely fre-e frin .i..-
teration.


IN HIS OWN NEW FARCE

"MR. SMOOTH" eo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
P F ~ 1 A r (LA.


K.. It IY E F. J R..


J. S. RHEEE.


I *

I rsti


3-' .....,. w %..,j1,


'.u.'- i:~~ .x LL'~~m 1. ~. :UT, W. R. flYER. JR


14Rt~.


i.cuuig ll.r to, a de- ,We iraw our owun !; of E';:rian--e en (Great Briltan, Ireland
ightflil wheat food; A wierieaniCe- German. Frnce, Aus'ri.u'- lolarnd. .' i, i- jsis, No
eal Co's. Victor Oat,; Hecke-r. -:y .orance. Ausri. :;iy, o1and. ,m, ua Nor
loyal Health Food, Rolled White way. SKwil:'n Denmark and other Euroe: an coiatr!es.
)ats, Griddle Cake Flour and Oat
leal; S,obie's Buckwheat Flour. EBVespol" Disbursed rpcnr th~e Most Favorable Te-m,, a~nd their
NOVICLTI.S IN DELICATES EN. Obligatio3is T"aken Payable at Pot of Dettinatiou Ten or Fit.en Dayr
.. after Vqcat

iuo rt!It. a. i iim porl a sUIt I Io-"
Breinuer,mq Cheese Biscuits; Miller
Bros. & Co's. Jumbo ISauer Kraut
and Weinerwurst in small cans: I:,-
ported Italian Egg Nudein and Ver-
micelli; Waukesha Cream Neuf-
chatel, and a large variety of other
cheeses; Dodsen-Braunen Co's. Fruit
Jellie", Jam-* and Preserves in tiwnt
stone jurs; Imported Bus- Sardine-
in small kegs; Smoked Halibut; An
derson's Condensed Minci Meat ini
pound p ek:ige;s: Armour'! Star Bi,-
con, sliced, in tinli. andiii liniiired of
o1li#r articles toio iur.n riiu. for -;-
arate iln-utioni.
COFi.'i 9.
frpeh from the roa-t-r,. w!:ih for
dt-licacy of :iv ,r cannot be x-
celled,

of the fi!nel t oulityv. S ,r t li!l
< Ian prict-s. Ai ii i:i ii- vi-
riety of
CANNED GOODS \AN SHELF
of all k ind( v1.ry vari-ty of .,1o ''v.
cannl ed. pickled, !niio'k d ;aiil .t1lt-
curet'd. includi. z' I Rue vi ry line
pickled pork inI tub-.
Ti'le-p e r inly a very few of t!:i,
endless a' stirtmne it of eatt;;!4-.i ri l-
i lli-h c 4 : iu llt-mI. 1ta1lip-I : !(I
trluxn i that he .i locl I d at 1,2)': lh



Covul rn'ient str-< t, aniI! d irrt:i r <, i
v;-it to wailih iand all indrti tf wrk in
expeni(rdll. if Vy il timt buiv ;t tlhil,.



iI; line.,
The PlIIIuher, Steati and Ga(s l'iter,
d oeires to inform i hi friend< art p;t-
tr'oln. that ie. i- loc-it d at 1; We-'t
(..'ov rnim- i t str+''-t. ;and i- pr.piitr'
to do al>y and all kinds of work i n
hi-, line.
Telephone 375. 2Co
V NilTED.
Wiated ta buy all kinds of SacOb d
R.ecd Furriiltre, MorchsidjsU, &c.
Address Box 142.

OPERA IIOUSE.

3 Nights-1 Matinee.
--OMMENCINi -


qEjfI. Joq1f B. qOof Tuesday, February 13


WLSafety Deposit Ecxes for Rent In CounesttlO
with whioh we have a Private Apartment for theUse
nf R'n**r.


SOLE AGENT FOR

KENTUCKYS BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT ITS NAME IMLIES
4- THE ,4


I* .o ....,




t i '. ,- ;



TRAGGER, CO.
DISTILLERS. CINCINNATI.
PROP. BANNER C;ST;LLLP.Y 5' IST.KY.




Peter


PETER BEIt,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


-:EALER IN-


ELV RATING 1P1FIRTAS
-ITN-

A- I, :,I%, C:,., Bcrl, Etc,,
of t,. Il.-,': an.! : .o-" P'r;,':;tr -rand-


J Trade a pcialty
( I ,s 'rotmp'ly l"" i an c-tisfact:.-.i
( Rill:l1; :l t-F'"l.
Z'3iR.mbor the Place,


Bell,


2)01 Eastl Intandencia Street.


IF, rVV '..R


11120OIMTJR. A!-D JP IjrR OF



[rca, Yallg, Axes, 91ThoeltP, Sr.W DP111an i F- tarboat Snpp~lic, Cookina
,%DI 7 -tfng .-.Qf es, Pa.i,:t, Oilu and cWindow Giab3,
Arguile o Tin'wae an~d IIusefurnishing Goods.
CtnI,, F,.7,cl'3 ar~d Fili~ing Tackle.

AUENT for Rlrn1l,' zham Rolln;lr M'!i Company, Revere Giant
SlvIt~c-!oj TIPOinc-, Nrh. p. iE-tery Who-)! Company, Laftin & Band
Fower Comn-mty, Jchcsou's F-aloominix, Ironx Ring and Buck'im toveu
and Ran:,-v, Win. Cou-s & Co.'z Raw H'de Lace Lgat!Ier, Mamncry's Beady


I4 -u i Bank
ft a- 1" 9i^ I ^ 1s L JSJ "! -it-li


AM4 A'L ULH.U IUALLUUaoi T m l.P n~c .Fa
INhr Lasl Duvy3 of t14c, r'ay 1.(uCTlllI.Ie!1~1.F
Toi be Pr-iif-('treat the B W NM I I Ic s
tOpr Huaethe hnc-- evebmry( 19, cd ''"~Delmonico ote1 and Restaurant
Opera:t~ t4o bste iu, Wfoi-d(Ay, eb r ey19 REPE1RTOIRE:F


WILLIE


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-rue ,- .. w m---.w. ,..-.,n, a e, nArinA wnNuESDrAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


I 5 wU 11TM U:tIL SUU6o ~rs -~ v ----m-------- 9 -


of' the Board tot Public mm-t ructIOsa
Iram Xtwth lndimg SVI, 71b, 1900.
jea&.&to baistne.tn hand 5SW"396
Jan z;. to ca-u Ir.oika i PAl-
~emt rits,. 4.011) 40
Freb OS. tOta -a-.Ii -rem ta
cml fund l ...1~ i
Feb 7.iiii-aiafrontI
ema~'..tax Of m#t7 4 7
Fog.. 7. t'i cu-li irnum [*At-
0Mhcre.-,tax Of I1411,re
rqob. 7 t1,j cab fr-i~ei t
emboreal. tax of 14',- 1 1u17 41-P'i,411 K;
CR51 livFoLLOWlING WAm.iN'TS P'AllI.
tqcwK. F'. Ward. nut-agev and
per mit-nl aS Ia-tut-r 'of
Is-mard ....... ......... S too"
1211. #.,t. Wardi. wtood i..m

for scheep( A'c
ISi~j J..ff*ervsnai m lc.ul -
ugwuoPd ftvr I.01u10.1 N (17:1 1
%- j4 4 (wiik.6-1 w 11-ii
%. t. .1 r pay ir
a~momber of board .
piano sch1oil -NoI .. :.
12', -..k...LAI t ~~r .
1Wl.II %Pit-. prkrtiting
for jA:t-i:Alte~nC1r'it
i2~h e 34 .tiwri-. h.IAworik

on booak elt"'" .uI"01 '"No1
11%tIM'. A. Vi. %r 11"t"-. ;):y It-
srniMjjv:'0obllit'~l 1
Nostd
pojr childI
su ranettseb;J1PI-No:: ll
and d.'ak mtSfAor .. 'i .
wood fiat -' 11001No ?
19(ogt' 1. 1I. I?. ,-wart. wmx ,ra Vii
121P54. A. Brow"i~. Wm4-d VOr
*1, I '-. At i"tl v lmtr-unA
-.rbnaeI 'it. :
1a 4t. .mrb. A tlcre-wi.
(,I[' f r stwh .'VI %\(I -
1't ..,, -
I.-at
l'~ils uin lrNAP.i.-e
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to g ftl I.'. ..t t. v .-l.. 'Ais
iii- A. i yr., -I

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-am 11:,ry
I111152. A. A.Mai;.I'r-




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l .ir ,li al N.i.. 'eul 7i
M~c.~r-. I I- V.?.


I ~~i2 I SI IIilitl ll'' n
tecer' alary




vz":tiem' .N. 4,
nl a .4011,1 .Ir L .


11.4w e. MI-4 -jlIti' *.i ii
%ti. M I .4 '
111%7v. mi-.%. tml tmM3
tI'one v r's-L!ahry -
teach.-. 'ia ary i
2110tv.MI-s Magie 0 lit'..
to-ac h vr'c-%a I a4r
11574. MI-s Maaizie Pev
teacluer'- slary 17
1l117e. Mit-oEtbelkhm'r-.
t -Adiheu -afarv. ~
11177. Mios. l~ta LAII-.:e-ncti
%mr'rInalry i
teache.'.. sala ry : -
IL-- Mt3d-smi illit cud*-.
Jaramet-ar'- rhsalaNry -
121mor.'. M ts. soW II .Ct i 1,:m 1, I
jams iit 1 r 44('li41 I Na 74).
Nje. L~itetiank N tirse-rle--
IS % r..- AI mt A. na. t 4e5.

t.-a'hir'IeS 1u41tmtry o'
lfl'ol. mI.;,A atmtC l ilei-
f vac rCotr'iu a r' -01
t.'pact~iim'l.4&'ary
Mm-s ara vtt.iiii
b -itlat'.* ic

W i. 1'.-.Ick~qwR nJ '-&."1jA


ut'- aiary I1. t


Bv ba;.att:,


$ ,.:.ai -


Y-et). 7 to blcl.'iwe S '..lx.7;


MARITIME.

ARRIVED.
It hk Steinvors, ;ix, Bczzl>, Pernambuco
to Roaazou Bros
SAILKD.
Br as Hannah M Bell, Bernard, Hamburg I
Br s Ariora. ?mlth, Havr.
It bk Prosperla,. Dodero, Newport
(CLEARED.
Hr ssi Hantish M Bell. additional eargo
for liiianturg. t.,-qh laleos cotton. 411. rd
batle cuttmor. -.5 ci lard. 4.41 secks c s nreal.
3Nw bbis flour, 1.7:l pea oak staved, ,;7 pes
walnut logz%. valued at $",14:3
1lr s- Iuirtunor. 1*42. Basi. br Hnars.
TDunwiady& A 'o, f tr F-camp. wit hi .T -, 1: s
ft smHWii tiillber, oiU,toU It lumber., va: rl'd
at $1'i.s77


AT QUAIRANTINK.
It bk Tr. 'ito. Ue17 ~ardm1lla, Huuavia'. to
Haar-,, Iulawisty & Coi
NotrIrk He-hour !A Nielsen. Ilavre. to W 13
Kei-ter & d'0
-Nor h'Y~ee.I3i utbr.Live'rIooI
to orle'r
'%r t r,k uibortt 8 raftton *.o;. Jensen.
l'oauetir yin Ii aa'e to, 5 14 o
lIi'.rtleprrml i' t Vi.IW1,%k*I t t im'to t t
%oir ha. i l'er.t1'Andm'iton, Ctr-.t"tofl
Noi. I~kon 1.s'.V-Ilow. 7, '-vmndsm'n, 11am-
bu r,, to 4W. ft ..er& Cmo

THLE SHIIPPING.
VESOICUS IN PORT

-fir (Cairni.' a. 1-14. Andcrsion, to Batars.
Br Dar? otsoam *Ili:%. n-. ld fiat Fe-camp
Get-t M t i .,.-. A .'uri*toiuars. Diun-.
H-r Mtt-iia. !.74.. tIt ti?::rie-, teloGUtlf Trunmi-.a
C.Ii
I-*rs i: B!"Il4!1 t. 1.1. (_on- et'oto iulIVfT r t siu t
i 15
A.lI~t irlil::. !-.Cot''o'. AclA. to t.uif
I IA vo .l11TIf .A If 34 C0I
''1 aio.d*-ca.1.t-.7ir. mi ltvtm-ti o Ifii
If 1:-aye-

So w 3lr M l#'i.-1,'I,.I K ra -.tle )ta odmeIt-i
%o m ~ rar i.*111.1 iL:. -'bA'tzwi;u-A'(tre11 11
BIaslt l~ c~
BARKS.
firtmAanar' Illng~ay,.,,, q)tt ,r'l-.uli.to Bmtars.
%,I),'A i..'orl:. :ilf.--, oitrtnnd--ni. to S14SML(ra
1As u-trallin.1. I- tIeiidr-. ii. .'trli't
It Aoa,Nt A i ) ottfritAni is'-.. 'I' iiz laifo
Trinidari toi i-r-ie'-
It Avve-zirv mio77, A1nragivr. to I :;tars,.Piun-
wo-Jy & (Co
ittiufatn ittina !M!adr e', 7-C. ciaccaratia cid
fm'r Ov;e'AC
It hver..agl kert-. 1111., Clistt. to Baat", lDun-
.%etrlimit re. 7.'.Ltrie'n. to W L Wi'tiA. i
4-4 0
Iwo;iC IIolin~i. 4'7, Aktr!.'rl ld, tau10 'r'iu-.acolt
U,; rmilIP- r 4.Co
Nor i' ii ly. ""2.I-i irI ek -e'n. clot ful *Itteiutos
Noor 1,iLav Guaa1' s. :--7,. .:a'otown', *to IPen-
Sa (-41al.wt l;l:imtwr ti
Norear !trirar,'Ilir I Lar-.e-n, to WVIS
Keyseru-u & Co
Nm-i'tI plhli'a, 1-27, 1.'1'r-e:, to I'cn-:ucmdl
1.ht 4 m
i.Cus i a..7 '. Ird~r4 Ut ooI or. l (r~o

10 ii I -'r
Ner i~: ~ Si.... -f10iV" S I-e'i'e

4'it


u~n-A'- V 1 '.a
I to) .);.,o

A 711.- i M i .P-. r ,t


Aim IH-tiir. .",, AII.:n~o. tm i lna".tt
jbi i'l' ; : ...&:- ,`4 1, V %AL e. ui4 rtHav.an~a
TCLKA1'bLU AND FAILED FOR PEN-
ISACO LA..
6tTRAV%"mli PS
Ft~rrmitin. Bri, i~~e~gllainbur2_
.1 allm _
Iti. tiia. N. r, .7.,Mart: in-'n. Id Barry.
.1!11!:0.

SH I PS.
.ti~l.Zi-!. ('..-r. ;Iom I'litifIIac Ja'm 0.1
BARKS.
AiigeIhi $lhiA~lliup. it. -slot .Vjt'u':l-.11-luCIAn '11
A:ii'.-'aA:'. Am'tIe-. It kimBi 1rkeneiiie It~Li.hi 4
.4val1-, Nuor. 1" 7. -!d Anitwerp Iawm, It
4.~am .It. "-'. -tel Hailer'-'luina Janu ti
I Wi~~I1:a. ti'1. 'Id -Hl l? I Janu I
Iello 1' ,rnnIA. I t. 1.1i5m' 1.'ap- To iii i-

Einiar'~~iam-2r Iui.N or.V.14. mttkAlAl %t-rp
I a..C I I
Fliver.et N rt. -rd P-mu-tlotJ.an e6
F. ri trep, It,.-14T Iudius IhoC _1
I'noilaliiIt. rt oll SatSl-'. pt I'_. ashore
Noiv Iie-lit orr? Ifit'.ii
Vrtizvn. S\a".. 7'. -:d truimdete lIe 2'
Wm A im!. N or. .Pp;. -Id l .t'ro ..J ay 14
k.,ler, Nw. saul Pr-stun lee-c 11
Joihanlm igoi'n..Nor. '.AmIChisti.tanuand Nov 11)
.1 olhatmn-. Nor. s%141I1minslam tr ereI-cis
1.4suiise. No, t, !m! LonadonJtin 2-1 i2
lutigam -"FI. u.sid Lezhiort iDe-e 21
Liins. it .il. V-101G"tA101 Nov so
Mmiapooro. Smer. alIJ 'ltl'mTotwa .Inn 5
,Magmdaleni. Nor. 1030. 'id hLe~ih IJuiy 11
Marcella. It. '.11 Hamburgtm. Nor.- 2
Norway. Nor. sidI (ret-oacklDe-c 17
% i't t Ill Lolidi "ll .1 air *---
4 lIgi. Rum. a. 41 I'a allice Oct 22l
) ua.-re. I t. W-. i.-d Hilt-'noigAv.re'q SAjtteI A
i-sola Miaidre. It. b.i. sd Attim-.erdatn Jan A0
Tulu. ei t e-try, MHr. sld IA)IIlttiiai.1%11 1
*.*-,-"." It A l,1 t1 IA


'"ur P'ri'e.
On C:arpenters' Too's and Sh!lf
Hardware. at S. J. I-',e,-'. J.S. Rob-
Prt-' old stand. corner P'alafox atid
R m.nZ:a. 7f-tf

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our lhuise. We have
a: laru'm- a-- t.-o iti 'it of (f',ietlit-.. ledi
Liantwre-. Toil.-t .l t and Het' ro in
Suites. Iron Hedst-td-s at i ulp.
0. M. 'rttu oue
Bairgain Furniture House.


GAS






RANGES


spECI4L pOTICEn .


Oft (17' 4 W@OD.


M o)NFY To )1.15.%%' (IVPEIL.a'.A 1,
titoepetty A ppal' tea A. A. -. lier, l"4h.-r
building., Palafux "Jt'41

1ousn negotiated, 6 to 8 per Cent.
~'Binkley & Daniell. 1113"t

L OAV9 ~AT I.o~wEF It ATFS OleIN-
1Tl'RE-Ir CAN N;lAYS HNKB Oi-
'JII,)tYPARTIXS IVNitOt
bECt'KITII.5 By IALLItNOJON WIL-
LIAM FlISHfER, 2l'lq!2pl5OUriI PALAFOX
81 :IE .r.
FYOU WAINT 'To) BOILRO'A' 34NEy
IinvestI-mt hula. jn*A al-ireyour property. proa-
cureltructsrt(If tuofIitll.-,buy or a-Il re-aI es-
ratsA. rrr.!afproperty titjally de.,cription. at's
rents collt cted r o:' t titXC.' attezid-m 10.
cail on omar atdulre,*o smlp...S'. IA tt.on & coa..
Real J'-.ttme amd Iii.urmtin'r' a. ts. Pe-ia-
cealf. Fau. oUbmAtm-s mte auuue-li~itto.To Cv~tryoiiI
wh Io tu'. S a lot froimiUt We.,iiwill A ill flMoney
wall? iilu'a cli to h.)Il a it ii' it


.L, It 1--" NL'


ItEMAL fiiEV WAN'EDI POLITICAL IOBICEIEf
iANTED-Women to bind dreas shields I
at home. Steady work;distaLncenods- d i.
advantage; ast your dealer to show youSh
Kora Shields and KornKiasp nose support- I hereby annouetO myself' a car:
ers. Kora Shields snap on waist without for Bbertff of ieambla Count%. n..
sewing. Send 10e. for cataloguC of work. speictuly sk the support or my tr
Kora Sbileld Co., 55 BroomeS street. New andvotorbof thec'unty. Ifl i
York. l4flw discharge thedulesa of said.olte fitT.
'fairly and lipartially.
B()AIIDIi711'M WANTIE1. W.H.Hi rk.Ai-
r oIAN'T'l)-One gentleman boarder. at l'e W Seriff.
TV ir W. Cbe. street. lf-tf
....-- I hereby announce nm'elf as a 1" '
for re--ect'licit to the office of sh*,'I"
I['C^IC'. ecambla county. Florida. and wi, tU.


1)eF Zv.KE~d cuitrias for violin. piano,
P L'an~doli n ni foretan langtingoa in hb14
now studio iJ West Kelmotuts ttreetC. tor at
Miss Ca~wtlltLI'!o coh'.ervftmry). Private
jet-ons at Jj~ji'p re~sicitice; marebestra and
engemblle.prmetice~.jIld-if



, VC rFL4)%%'j-AZIS AndtI IirJ L.grl.'-
rJ~peetai5de-ali~zvi nrdere'i Imr eutl~omflr%.
hMissV14sItte Mreo.M esfl,;Z At G (retirry,
phone2 2i. .dn


DONVEPW~MS F('ItFUNER.4LS furnis~hed
pro titpt I v in lwqe'mUt- orsagasittl d"-,.i qn.,4.
Phone ;:."i. .ili



M and (Ienler A in air ( l'1in It-4T'roil.tt
Article3, Haiir Q11, etc .. 3z:V I. (jovvr1nwtiit
street.


atEHNT uil;il-e. ii'ienrith ve.. killer
I I1LX I .. 7 romimm- tjihI~e oi iI large ytid,
All Connected mof) lt.csir L~tivflio.ir L. AjN. % TOS. C.WATISON & (OM PAN V

.R.eady for TUse O iE' ,- Nv. iefrni-it-hd roomn- vi- a Ftt RmilrdlP n ental
41,1 ale ~or hout-e-pnizin rivte Agento, NmSouthPAlifflax Sgreet.
fior all.. ra wlX. riii1oi~t ST. ~I* Penhaeola, I'horicia-Del) illgeI iriro
Apl oHo it flf- ,uJ7rpi on (lamc
4.,.I raila,. .if'1ia Ii.1 i fle- 425---N W. f'iltferI U t -id Spri:.rcI :.ug

.f (i-N.-\)3114 Momit Ii .\ -1i .. Srnoti.*
t)IL ~A.L.1. Si -No. I 1" Wm..t Aiont~r-. r a'
S %~ 'lI -it'iz- I* ug.y aind l iaruiess. S"Nmb 11I;; tii-st I~ri..tM.' ~qf
inoiato. N--N aur lrent.. 'Iii, 1iii ,cJ
i: ;i1i1Y;: I If~i'.~ .. -'*ii .j I-* nat H"' %m" .. 3 nri i.4.
Ilt .E .~ iEN IA ~acre fNrni. ~ m.I.2 E- i.t:.in .
1011-- Ui%. ll akIik 1,(Jfuf iit tre,'. .ApJviy 'oto ~
I-i. ,&n.ii 4 ri ,wt n. -U i-et Loke. for iriftr- S.ra
IAAILUlor dmrc'..S. 3 er, (Jlivo. Flai. $.te0...&%rn,-r T1;jk l ~ d 'Ari-!It St%..:
rq I'Pu-No. 121 F a -r %I-i-It KIt.. t~ n e4r0.mr Pill.pe.
ML AL -M 24-101-," ral) ia lru-t $.i,-M..Utlli-\i lvi\ s-t., near ura '

To those new corners ll g j :1c-na~ou ( ico..rCan ybe ).3rd .t ory (if 1i -#1ti: -JlouIItIt Buidin g. for
just setting up house- coi.,an ta ag~. dlth? :,rd l-is. tor 4lx- r-t".:utlal J-iulllditrg.
keeping these Ranges ~ ~ .-h Io eial osIf a&smem li.'I wr- 1-I -rig is dIetiiri-mi m'aII at our
I Il i' IY 011 t iia.y frnis. by I(tipFi-her offivo ano '-": i ;hilm ourlrim-t tie~oy il.
~~z It.~~~-ul E-tatte Avienlvy. 1..little Wilson, Man- whie h er 1 I~ iA tlt partt, (f t t.-
are just the thing. gel.r.-11;1;; Stiutbi' laltfox -Ltreet. 114a 1In (I Idr%'. W Iwdqurt 1s r1-4rg~It5IIi

IuS ir F-111"%'[I I-Ve rI .'ll n pr lo-k 'tevet

I fit, it r" f 11 1 AtI. 1 0 1V.. ot- yo
theni or dro us a card1 NgltCIN4; "A lii' E *. 'li TTIMissdU
W A N'Pklied tioreniili: LI l IIu c iii;-tr ,V (A p o pp. uy
Cala ndd Exi all in e you.al

them.or drop us a card i af I 1A., I.,ill I.1iii l


I ~~~'ANTE)-.I on: r mt ur 1 7 till
7 ~ wh~i~y bt(!AV. SJA illeDMN 14)1- ~ xm, 'ii ~m~fo J
~ \yAN~..... anbi. AlIIIitcv ;xda~t

f I L z 1I ud 0-t taryo r

p[N8I~(II~ ~ft~ (W) -j,h;L\;fi i;ii a. -,5 tuz Ap. M 2lI toVIC..eu- iorrib for

AreA lur oslaovo:, hr, tI.riJAtt, ) Pell .k.. 1i 111
'Tie
1 1 A i N\-. A I N 'A ri I I i. tt e r 'e f r I ie w i l kl! he a n d i :1 tici fo r %ptl h u l
II-''.' a-r-;'s: '3 fi i r~tViii. F-i-,'..ill-hu t h~Cue. 0v1arefreI titii i, h-v. r A l4lost

ag~~' "I""d' !L1,11rni -e.I tII P -. B-.. Ple It
aI rtvwI'e.,adbyW .I Aebre
i,;uneu.ce:atoc/P for qouBurn,
Nio. 3r S. rtalafodx Street,,ree- Willr

it o yicon ongti~e 111 h-l. rnipal. ighttLm bg s l t, l il01 anayitie ',.upt.',.ipa
totqLE('I 1! MI il.lowx, eOltc.,to o wth oui
0 111 I A t 0 tiiii-f0e S t e C t ,'
Atrane oninc6sosoTesets200 pe mo-h .rF v r
ea w I/ -ek. m.c Ent.ptirton.1 W:-tileeue nh.rh


*F. E. BRAWNER'S*K


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


Tiese Goods are all tlis Seasor's Buyirp agd will be Udloaded at aQd

10,f Below [rIagufaeturers' prices


"I .loz 1'~n-'Andti (ThINil.Y)'. "nif
%k miol IU ncle rih hIit-, rte UIa! 41'c 'aitlIuir

Blackiau(nd-ray;. PF.2 r-;me- im,"
r.'gUitir 1-' ,grit..fori sale
34uj:noi:.Wiwia. i,-torC, 1 --d)- n .uri,.-tr1.
lihit wno~l2 l"Pdr.- :,' -mr-,---lit.r
for i th %IV l, Per Ykalm



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-I.: Oru EL'Ir-W. 13,'.i'r
n, i.'.m I-ir.. '',a. h'nrk o- W1.ni



toi.vel-1A'. for ein.% "to-, i tvyrd


$1,60 t .'''i .i 'iar


PIi 9l' :., tI I o % ru'n -. :t.'rft v I ttd





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9rr


CASTOR IA Remember the Place,
For Infants and Children. il -, :1 a
it_ wei -2 so__ 2 --- a --- t- L" t o-


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' 2JLle'r's5-nam lii A P. i-i nh5,:.:4. alu rsn .i9'


105 S. Palafox Street,


SA or T r EK9w a "Ma A


frages and interest of all my friii*i-S
(. e ao K -. t

For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a canidil
sheriff of Escambia county at tle e,.
elfetioD. J. C. VAN '
"or Clerk of the Circuit Ci ,urr
I harchy announce myself as a can:
for re-olection aos lerk of the c vmltr
of iscenibia county at the nsulig I.-
and ask the support of the vot-rs
A.M. McMII.i
lFor C'ircuitt CI*rk.
To the Voters of Ecamlhia 4 outity.
I hereby announce mniPif it ,al'-flln' '
the ofli'' it, c .-rk of the. cir'Iilt v-. :
I- 'amIII. Ja county anid \%ill be- Ilf;-. :
ltwivi. It. -.uepiort of n v friend,- a I
vitet." tizi',rally. JeIlN I'E i. l. -

kur TJa '.'ll C.:or,
I h-r'bh..- a i.ou *- n:.vw'!f i:' a cA .e i..
for re-election n- Taa t'oi:: itor elf I.. 'til
lh 'erouniv. Mnil ask lth.' support of 111.
frit'4ds and voters ge--rat.llr.
A. H. I'ALrIf ItlRTe.
'Fer Tax Collector.
The nmary friend. 4of J:tI,.' v. B. Ionif-t'
having obtainedl hl.1 '4ontieit horehby n -
niomn'e, him lit a <'ianlld(te. foir Tax I'oII.'i t
of Escambia county at thle ,lniu-imf 'eli- t .
MA.NY \ *r'iKf.
t' Thl' rlchat -
he 'ii-Ar i'.' K A tfr" il ri: At r-< ?.. i t i At \ a ;* 1 -
.,--.,r for -~"m'tn iiil i"'iA liitv. *-liiei't to i '
I.>tlmle of tI i. i,-eIa ii,'.itt inr I tI1ium r.'.
Fior Co Ulnt 'l'rasum eir.
I her.ttv annonin T' iiv'-lf :I. n .*irdrI'.
for rnl>o'i!n;lust ii" ;-& tr i rWrer of -*cainl-
fomil+tV. 1> 'r fft. t 'deci! to n t itThe. >i '.
llm*Iliocr tiht priiiitry l ae 'lllon. :ilaIl -sp. -
fit I v ll:'It t ii -> ,i'rt of t4 !i f #r- *,.f
Cruntt |iv'l ,inlis miInv-elf ir the- flit'r- t
-1niI fitll- hfel | ri froiim'nmal of (lutv thl r
ht m ItA \ ....r- >oltuiti .l luriig niv I r,-
tel-drt, of tlt-he* ot, e. J. W Ya.A .a:


1'..r Se-Isq. 'I Sto pori nteoid Post.
To the % t.-r4 (of F. el ntiha;i .,Iat v:
I fitretiv an nomi nee f a f.1maid ida* p.
Mu p.rl neenile-ni titFi 'i. ;e I n*t rut IlIon 14,
;-Ca"IM V-1C4ijft v idtii lk he- auI.,.,rt of n. v
frieiids. and i rtterr.% g-.nt4 iA.ya,~.

I-or Suporlnwn.Icenr o~f I'shi~v it,.
vit rvit metin.
Tioto ~.tbp ..r% .4 f I enltfhiS 4-'ez n t
Ii -r. h vat Iim ii nc- Iaui-..jf n canilti~lai 1,-r r.
A*i ct jion 4)t h" ol rle.tq. 4)f coil aty I i' ;pi-r .-
0"lit tt OpJublt* ale trili'tlIsvn all waill
pit-aftsil to ha'.. tTht- Atrpport 'if my fri.:',
:4 i PIvotcrt r o ,ia,'r-milv mat Iht-e umt i.)4a t~
craitic pra imar*.- t1.-c I II1. N.1:. Co, i K

CHA~S. COT7'REL.L,

Artistic Photographer,


"0 4 *,'E)TH 11.111 % THtJT.

t!, u!L a r.



THE CRUCIFIXION

OF PHILIP STRONC
BY ~ REV.( 11 AS. 'iT -'.qj. IDO.N
For rMale t Ct 1% 'I If ( IM Iv'S' N'A.






%.t. c.r idI.- rt-liv lb. r-. -~
of said ve~mmel.
A ..A .~i %F:c
Pensa~fcoh la 6m'..


er ri or e')n-lgri.-...
4111vl for debts Cottractse.4
t be c rsw of said 1e~.l
W.8. K.-Y"-r& 4CO._ f


fl~r :,mmeirn.".q(,f t44.
-1b' "f'g debtb con tractel ?t
th a crew of asiG Vessel.
Uulf Trannit cn..

L'ti r Hi m; ui.'..-a '.

a f %')I- V 'r udm1o,!,cnrc
the crew of said vtiso'A._


To order


5. i


h'^'NH T dIRb:I...eaW ':. ,Z
01i1- lk >; w, ,.i ...G. .. .
crp'r of %id v'-, l.
E'.' i Lim: -r -,
I'. orC..A It i.


Best Patent Flour.

Our Best Red 1 Roy ,,
Patent is the best fo.ur thu
can be produced by at,
mill.
Forget.Ile .ot i.s one
the best BreakAfast Food '
the market.
.111 made I.i/ The .0 E
Standard .1iUlj Co. and /-
sale l/ .1'ew Orleans ( ;
cery Co.
Ph j.. I'H'p;tf.
Phone 105. Propri


For Sale.
Steam Sae lill ,,! ;
nd Practically ne'.
gether with hwo-stor, bh:
ins J" by 12 feet with.
galvanized steel roof. i"
SStlowell Iachiner; r.i
Pacitiy tienty-flve to "t
thousand feet per ,/
lariain f,. .,. _


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CONTINUES '1tiOUGHOUT THE WEEK!


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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1900
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NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


NO. 10.


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

ie


ADICAL REMEDIES


FOR THE TRUST EVIL


c,, :o El, Deal. With In a

Tii1,1ing Way.



HEERt, S Ca 3`1.1STRU 1









N ii t i.( pr i. but31-a -a 1 c.



tt, oi *" 1:10.

.4 a --e*.e a...'



Atlt . 1, rot eUn.;rY %%.u d r-fusetiii
t :t BUT C~nQ~An' tor a legus..izive
-r n,~a:iciail (-0 ~will) W11,[lot give his
.1 anid c.4.oirtullOL-Alg.&tIOU to h1N Conl-
..-ini ncy that lhe Wit:,Li.t aco.pt 2Lpass
Or,,to a"r ratrwo(ad or hteatiisliittt lnr, or
wi.I.. N.t Ourtuir Ilniis term ot K .ofl!'ac-e pt
~.%.;v re-. ye f rom a trust or own any III-
.-rest % ua**o9,*-r LiBis rust. T'lins
w-ra- ..t v-r ui.e It posaib.. for tne
ea:,::nrnt aci en!. r;-e-neut of a law
naung I- a f- 'nv ft.r any appointive
u, I *A.. 1 mr- a-wetpt a pwis or be-
-.:1 *-.111 ..L~> a tru%t.
.,r~~ I,..- vof !iirrmers are
I., re e I i it ; ri es !hey obtAin f(,,r
L7- i1n :*tIte t-beaptie'rs 4fthe
p -.. a.. tti*n ii 11 are blinl t~i

.:. I: t e 'Urnnt-r is -,o


1i.. .0 ...aeInure
p.o


9 .' w j 1
-~ ... r t:- ueIW r.u,.


> V.~ ..x' at r nM c a-d.::.


~rth i't'..'.tit:I wittirctbe % ater.- to
a 16 snarv:. :9Poit %n illi good wishe-



V : 1. C ". ., N V., i t' I'n d r. av o t1 .
a t:e ie- 1i ~ca--s o:
t nt : 1' 4iV:.5. c-;t Co l '~
.0.Of L") aa*,.u. ~

t 'e i I. Ir a I-te- .. a I A I -I I of
..tat.- toent. thlt- u-9, ia@at
autZ~ Ianti 1.rtd. i a
i.:itlbIi. -iuires tuea;p:a~~




..:'u-tvi -hip a-Ua.1b>tile ati 0 fltr,
u..antic.6 ributio:i rshal. fu".
o%%trsI~w iqnot t.) or-
ue 1. Iveli (f returm. but to III-
.'0 o. tit r-v .I, non. But tln.s is
:~r .:' :e I..(,,-or ecess..ri-. Radical
:ii- ;o.:ceven Oil the
"'- ~ f v *jct revo.-jtion. if wisdomn'e

r*te radical remedy for thie
us~ ~~~A I.-e. 1lie 1abolition of it
.0. ':. .v lI're is the tav~ot it.f
%% : growtzi, so far as that
p%% r--oanous or ran~cerofls. Ini.
*L 1-u-t% ate &-imiply ( o operative
..-...t r liar, nerhip* IO'Se-bsing


.:-.i~itmn .:utooio:v removable byr
.t!t:.At at"Iitcia. ahl:' U2n
~ a. ~ dI rso. ue prul'aie cor-

~.I~ L!I ~'i that owing to tile
.Con;zrevotan Town. of
A. A.1Ibe unable TO attend
* 12t'r-V 0. lt.;na.-e onthe ref.'-
*"Mrtl-te. Was given Frank L.
lot$% ibbiO A.

1 A:..: re--. unions were
I' t~ereolve'i t.) hue-
'- t tnt-n t.-r t ug I aited

... ::-t!!. is be.-n nas-vti by
rerne!-evratires a 1),.1
o='I-acVV '". *wflicn bil.

.-pr .a,'-aiitb.'land by tithe se-
0. t~tit1% tcrionoisd icythe
er s~' ; ie .., a nd e X Vt
~t~.t i-t t.ls'~;And


ItI. nti.t' ialal tant;: .'mo-'ettze s:.ver
ant s.i pAtor mcneey dollars; niake al.
del;s L'Bet',;(ire contracted and here-
a'tr to be o, trac ed para':,e n gold,
pla7e it in the power of ni.ney holding
RUaI money lindiug ciasst to contract t
the currency at will and to pos, ss
themselves of tne property of the peo.
pie at pleasure, and in short. enthrone
the motey o:igarchy, establish a conti-
nental bak truth. enslave the peopnic
and '*u oTvern!:ent may verinh from th3
S '.; now, therefore, oh it
l-solved, Tuat this conference here-
Lv u'ters its mst so, emn protest
t;a;aust th-a must infam,ous lacasure.
lo E 'u rn te11 I',,;l! '.
.nd:. it fzrthr
1-'Liolved. "1 nat t:;- r-. rman of this
con'3reuce s flerebiy ln-tru'.li to ap-
poml: a coilnilittee of P,. !'.*.':ill e Ia to
;:-epare a uietioria. .in-< ; .uc-.
rn;tg auti w o, sna. t r *I: : 1 t : ;: 1 )
the capital o; ( t:e nat.i,,l :- ,:: : : .1ti
(if I rsi ntinl :n :s1 Ti )r>l ,, .; ,..c3
ct <' ;n;:;rte* g ) 1i t> si : .i .- ..
A tia i t ::-: e;
11-'-o.Vt J, ; wo v.-.r.' i,- e r']y
fi tile UUnltd Sl'ato-t; o *t..f it !::f-i.,
t, tui.r hluerty and ur-e t .ri temuni
ev'.rywhere to im'ee te i tl..- :i I!t:er
r'n pu-. W.aces antl :u : .
]ltl I ,t .i'ne- ;: Ii i .i t 't a; : .i .
, .. 11,1 np ;res v.i III r. .r evor
pr.+en <,l (to a legislative Ldy Ly a Let
of conspirators.
lnhese reso.utiuns were rre*ents-l to
the confere:,ce by Judjg il>eniir of
Kentucky, wieu Jnodae -h. e:~tin finished
hi3 epeteci and were adopted by a rising
vote.
Imnmediiatelyv after the ridon'ion of *he
Flemiuz re-o.utiols. Aiu.i-1 S Tiiorn-
ton of New Yur; notified the presi:'n
officer that he would refus- t o deliver
the ;peern f,ir whica h- was s -:hedu:ed
tuday. M3r. T".rnrto:i made n.o state-
ni"Tit on toie 11 ,or of tme conference re.
ardinig the tinater. u in 11an1 titerv:ew
afterr nti exuioietd his r-aoa o 'u: refus-
ing ti tast e ;I.u:er part izen too co-L:i-
en*,.
"1 wa\ 3-aa --' ." h I:i. "l'at thihS
.'ls r,) t ;t L":; trn tin a t rt -' t.*:li .. ;. I
j. i t)a : I .'.''r.I-,',. o' r thl ,.- pur j
n!';' : '* -.: 1 :;: .+d .(", tuie Anti
'' !r t ... o :'.l .1 1 (+n c rts:i :: ;.la: !. ,
.,," :;*)* ;. :* .t t- Of t1' *.; ; rt;;. ;; l'eS, .u:-
*: a n 1 ; ..-: til: c;:rr : -v L: i. Mr.
].r IWrt % Na l;-1 : p;,'.;l: V.'L; U t.;'I
re.so'ltlti;s were a li,:,I-i and if Lhe had
i;*:1 b reu thevr ii ;i:lt i..-3 Itt Ai diit I-
(iE: :.a: I L iv Tos rivey roe u,-d to
aidr'ess t.- c.'.u ut'.r" I L aud waill ot It i
ltuni ter idenitf*.l', wi:u it as I con-:der
t:at t(,o. -'y ?.c;t:o i.--es i: a l 'ar.r-a
ga:; .ern '

(t'iDi Si'eel i- DIealih.
*r i- t n ll c'hiow t!- t
-1,i r IIuir litf.- lnd r l.:tt S I IW iig;1h ;i
*; .Lti in," v i- t!: iwful lr-:pfIt
-* : in ,,.r, .M I. 1.. li 1 it, 4,f L ilI+.
1i i.,. \V i-.. hy li-r d,,ct,'r :ift,'r
\. ; il\v try \ iiz to curi .ir ,f tIrighl:-
fill ;.-k t itot ii t Ii tr. iilbl 11nitl 'el-
I W iiit ,lit i ,* i- till ; t t 11111i t 411;
" !.' Ill V lioliU power .1 lr:ii ilt-
S- tcure Stoiitchl ;and l.ivfr
tr.iil -. lbut .-h. lit.e -Jt of it, ti ok
-* v, i hlttl.-, wai- \ h. lly 1 ni< sIV..), -t t -ilre ill'. kll!;-, lln i' W l li-
iior i' aid 1 '. 1- iet ri tI. i i -\ o it'-
.**-. i lV -|y i ira I~t, (1 t ill t* '111--
n . Iivr ialld K i-l t. y ti>rolltl -.- ;li
I: \ ,r d i i n;iitl l t i' -- .olw,' ;. I I W .
A.. I .'A lnei ,il rt .* driiug -t'i ,.

GERMAN CRITICS IN ERROR.
l'UIltledStso trt'-ltiy IVteiproecity Aree-
iairnit .tl--ltail by Iliiagli y 1lill.
WAs~uNoro., Feb. 1l.-State depart-
ment officials Eay that the lierman criti-
cism of the reciprocity agreement re-
cently arrived at between the United
states and Italy is based on an crrone-
ous belief as to the articles upon which
duties are redctcd or abolilied. A.--
cording to the dispatcu lie Germai
merchants feel that tue United Srates
has made reductions in tie case or toy'..
hardware and other (u.h articles As
a miltter of fact, the arranuemuit wa-
r-iade under section 3 of the Dingiey
tarTif act
T"ni section ipecificaiily namesi the
articles ui'ou whiwo renucutioin may l>-
.:ranted by tue United M-ates as fol-.
.,-ws:
Argol*, brandies, champagnes. or
sparkling wines, stlil wines and ver-
:nuth, pai(ntius and statuary. Tuhe
ac provides that the duties way be re-
duced ou these to 3 per cent for aKrgols.
$1.7. for brandies. from $1 tio to $3 uOt)
for champagnes. $i .2 ftr stilt '\\nes
aud 1, per cent for paintings.
As to the concessions which Italy
makes to seuare the benefits of tme re-
duced duties, the department ollicials
are unabe to make any statement at
this time, as the arrangement is subject
toratificatlon by the Italian chambers.
hut it )s known that, in general terms,
rhe arrangement is likewise affected
with France.
The man who was "*horn tired"


shouldd use I'tc'KI. ASHt BiriER-.
It inikee work a n..-..-itv to give
vetnt to the energy and exuberance
of spirits generated hiv fun(tionial ac-
tivity in the sy-tetn. S ,Id by Han-
nah Bros.

iFIOImDA ANDI GULF IANDi CO.
PENSA' I ol.4, Fl... Feb. 14. llu .
A meeting of thi- -tockh,,ldei-s of
tl!- Florida and (ulf Land comlipany
will be held at the ,ilher of the corn1-
":niy in thi- city. Tt.ur-day. March
tlhl, I19& i, at 12-' i.tck I F. B. B .MI \',
fl4td t-crit, ry.

Furniture on Credit
Mo-t beautiful line of .-ide bo:rd-tl
*.v~-r shown in the city. \V:trdioboiz.
with gla-- doors of -v, ryv dfiscip-
tton, front the chiape-s-t to tihe fine-t.


BOERS ARE


ViRY AGGRESSIVE


THE DEADLY


PARLOR RIFLE


Gcn. French May Be Compelled Two Boys Shot, One Fatally,


to Rctrcat.


OCmmaiidr ri lurIri i i, Spekin.t to Ctt
Oil 'CoianUii atli.in anrid Coop l I'
I,,ril i ter.-'" Io t",',es -Itilibh lre -
i.is ion is Coin idler t rii ical-ii...
u- 'tratil;ig N.ews.
L. Nm.N, Feb. I.-T;!>. tul-it;I
wich y-t:.lay gr,- t hed tl.e rie'poIt
t .-t .i nit Robe-rt- hid iacti!;ily l..-
itn i atdvalncei towardd Kimlt-rly
wa-i considerablly lii. rnini 'a niew.- thai. ti:e po-itioi,. olt
tlie Britilh i at anid lear ('ol..bu)iirg
:i;d oen-berg is so critic 1i that Gein.
l~ r t '- force.- maiy lit .oiiplllledt to
retr. -it still farther west anl .south.
The Iloers are tunIqu-ztioniubly
ani-werilI.g Lrd Robert-,' aggre.siv`--
ne-s by 'c-tint are actuallyy t ihretateiiig lhis lini e of
contiectiioni with I) Deaar.
Cape Coltiny vloerii are inii great
force l)btweiin G(ot. ( atacre's foiceA.
Strrkstorni nid (Cole-S)urg.
Co.limmainider DL-rt-i. oin" of tho
mot eit-rfgetic of tii e Traa-zvaal
leaders, is uiidoubtedliy eii(iavoring,
to get south of feltii.he.r., t-ve toi
Naatiwport. from wlji-hi, he( c.iai
strik, a. I)lo.w at tlihe r iitii- line oi f
coiimunicatio-i that woult coop v
Lord Robert- anti all Li f ,irc x-
ie pp thioi 0 1f (i..i-. (. ,'0 ..; ;m
Killykei.iy,
M military ,x :t- !i<,'r b.li-v th it
th i. ti r t:.. i,' f O i- B iiti-h lfr',.In
l,-i,-bh .. -, p.irt of iLOrd I,'!1, *r!-"
- Ill, mte' I.) tHrow 1 i -< eli tll li.i l|it
i. i;'i-t t I., i i '-rst at hi r i iv I,
,o: tit,. tl.f-or that tlh'- o ;,. :y i- noi ;
:hll- to suo '---frilly t;i)- is i titi d -
It 1.-i%\ P ;, ti !l tr tha il l oill , 'L .
''ti r wiitidr Vawal of (;-i!. Ir.ti I'
1I rc' firoml t l,, lit-i ll.:. : t
't-ld-; to (c' iioihor:at' V t!r i- ilitl:ir\
'1 i ;1 ioti t I :t Imid lI ,,I r:- lI:(- we;) 1-
**;,dil their' f,.- her lifr torc'- with tlhi-.
pt.i -, in ll vitw-.
It i- ri'p rteil tlh1:t the Il ; '.r Maiit-
I ,r factory iat laddr-r.f-.tIiin lihi-
blown ii and that thl0 ii"r i> of ti h.
workiiitn were killed by the exl co-

c watr lico repotrt.s that in :i a r-
**-t.lioi icl .rt Mor. lid v. with D)aiditri-
:tlil- iv'iiry d i'lng scotint aiilnty.
(; L i. I .iW l ,l r l i l a li-ilit ;t;i ;.idld
-ix n:,- in cipt>t rtr l lie t.I I; -;)t-.


Alii; n s. (Ca F'b. :; -- l-puty (C i-
lect( r \V. lE t'r la"tt, De;uty M.irsnal
T..I ,l "" a! lliried .Id i's-eniadi 1; 1L
Kluinm nia''o a rali Il.lie'S E rc-th otl
aithiaiti, ,Jl,'.o cout.n. a few nig;utts
ii::rOe .1kti t';!,i-urei a siiii o 1M0 .aiious
CipJcity. (restroriiig ,'.) g;ailt. of beer
and "' gaitiiis of wbTi-;y. Two white
men ran off and iefr a :uui, anid buzty.
Wilicli was ;eized be o ii er<. \Var-
rants were taken out t'r u liil liwman,
M1ui t (;rffcTu p.ad \VWiilis l."..


N>,ot-l .\lt l i i1s1l :1 l)-n ( O <) 'I % t'tItf .
Mt'\T(i(M;h!.Y, Aila, Feb. J3.--.News
reached tims ci:y of th1 death of ex-
Speaker W. 1. Foster of Tskegaa. lie
was a member of the house of represen-
tativs in 1i 78 tI; 1 5 ') ; lbf2-B3, being
speaker of the latter house, where he
tn:sde a ctpieudid reputation as presiding
rf1:-er liHe was a leading lawyer of
East AKabamia and an ex confederate
soldier, receiving a wound through the
lungs at Maivern hill, whici wps the
ultimate cause of his death.
I'nleI S aiin's IrirHll I loo rlshlng.
WASIINOTO)N. Feb. 13.-A statement
prepared at the postoffice department of
the gross postal receipts for January.
i 9O, as compared with the receipts for
the same month of the preceding year,
shows an unusually large percentage
of increase. Tue total receipts were
4-.037.4i,,, an increase of t3y,t 1,j per cent.

PIEOPL*I.'6 STOltIC.
Just arrived, larpg assortment of
the celebrated -**Griton Bratid" of
tS.hirt Waists in dark aud light pI-r-
c Ple, white lawn, etc. They are the
best in tho lauid. Famous for fit.
style and finish. We invite your ini-
- pectin. If-.'

An Editor's Life Saved Ibyv ihan-ul r-
lain's Ctiugli Itniedy.
Dm intl the early part of Octiber.
1.S;. I contracted a bad co)I witic'i
settled on my InuILs I it. wa< n110g-
lectetd unti! I feared that (consiiiip-
tion bad appeared in :n iincipiont
state. I wts ca'iintanitly coun ilin
and trying ti expel -omiething whicli
I could not. I b o'ain- al:rtmii'd andi
after givinir the local doctor .a tri il
hoIight a bottle oaf (Chanilerlain'-
Coutiih len-.dy and thu r e-ult wa-
imninediate iiiiprovewen:lt. ad a:ft,,r
I hind u-ed three bottl ,- my imivgs
were restored to their he ilthy ,-tat-.
-B S. ElwAAI,4s. Ptubli-sher of Th,
R-view. Wyatt, Ill. For sale by
Hannah Bros.21 S. Palafox .,treet.

(;,t Sati IsIaaci' price-s on Carp, ti-
tor-'lTools.. Garden Tools and She lf
Hardwai-re bef-re you buy. and -ave
money. f-tf


This Afternoon.


Sciplo M1'emn Was Hanidliniif il>- (.I ii
ta: thlie *-li-hi'tng allery aind It \'Wa
Aclide Elnteri-n, Ilis IIr:tin ---tinother Iioy
11'as lit in tilit Haidl.
S< veral nili-t.1 itnro bly- were :.t
the -;,oili gallery on South Palai-
fox strei-t tlii afterino n. h:tiidlii;:
at d plivt iit with the ,:;ill,,r ril. -
whichi were lying ron tile counter
loaded, r.':edy for U-ie.
Scipio Miltro, a utinlatto b hv who
lives l ;inar the, union ,,li .',t, w;,-
am:ioi tie' number and whilih. ih w.is
hiandliing: ilie of thi- g ui it wa- ii't.l-
de;,tally dlis.charged, tit' ball enter-
ing tth back of his lit-ad and pli1 -
tratin. the brain.
Anithier small negro boy w-i-- slo,t
in tiit llanid. but lie rani and Lis,
iamie could not be ascertailiedt.
Milton fell as soon as lie was -ihot.
Dr. Bruce was at 1on1e niiiio-eu
and probed for the bullht witiliut
result.
Tile wound is tholight to libe a fatal
one,. as brain matteil was aiozin i
from it.
'iThe city amlubulan:iic. wa called
and carried hi!i tao hil loliit'.


CHARGED WITH


MURDER.


i'v W h' 'tr 'lli0"":l I'l.I, < l -< I .i 1 11i

.A : : >! 4Ga, ';' .;; -- e::ry "'ul-
(.icr, a white m:.'n ib<: ; .' v>, ir-i of
a; is in ,;:l at .i'.t'ourso t .a., i h:rgt d
with the t: murder of in oid ra:n, Frank
I"o.ihiay. tn-ar that pn'ace, sever-ail initirhs
U-m-0. li'i i,);;s, aLnotner whito mar,
1i- a l-o in is. Iot'r'- on tlie sai'e chlarg-,.
"T*t gram. i jury 1has nt:c yet indicted
Boggus, a-.d the genernti sentiment is
i'i l IL! .' o')t rin n<';i evidence to con-
nLIotC hIu \is-. I the ri;ne.
a teui oruor hand,. an indictment
against Fuicner has hben returned, and
he will have to stanti inll trial.
1 nuc.ier was arresi.d in W:i lton
counIVy aI fe .v iiay.s iiitce and brought to
Jt-il o .:-U 1 l Vi lgorf'USlV t ui t'S ti;H
Lliarge isga.tis: hlu, but tilE st.tte tli S -
liienut tlt:it it hais i: u,;Lt evino iceo to
2ouvict i ulhcr.

TWO STEAMERS AGROUND.
('tllIlla y trrilrted Nrlir .rw YVork.
.Ni.V. Yi:ik, Feb. ) .-The lifesaving
crew of L tv Head thlts morning took off
20 o(f the crew of the sh:p County of
Eiinburgh, which went aground last
night near Mauna-quan iifesavinug sta.
tion The capta:u and flicers nine ail
to!>i) reiaini abt:aid Thlie vessel ies
anulut a quarter of a mile south or ~u.tau
lu.-t.
Tn e r-nmainder of the oflnierq ani
crew w o atid leen left on board tihe
Savannah line steamer Gate City,
brandedd nmar here, were taken off this
morning and are quartered at the
Moriches lifesaving station They were
taken off in the breecues buoy in a
southeast gaie.
(CoIgressinlli WASHINuTON, Feb. 13-Members of
congress were greatly shocked at the
news of Representativo Chicker;ng's
violent death in New York city tiis
morning. The news of iii deatn was
kept from Mrs. Chickeringz for fear tne
sh<'ck would prove too great and ar-
randgemien's were iminde for her to leave
for New York at noon. Mr. Chica.r.-
ing was one of tno weil known aud
universally esteemed men in the house
lie was last even here when the vote on
the tinauncal bill was taken. lie in-
sisted on coming on crutcnes in order
to rjctr Lis vo:o for that bidl.


Ileanv Itvsins In (i,.orgia.
ATL..NTA, Feb. 13.-Tne weather bu-
reau reports a heavy and general ra:n.
fail throughout the central south yes.
terday and last night. In this city 4's
inches fell; Montgomaery reports 1.5i1;
Augusta. 1 C; Meridian, 1.: Ne-v O().r-
leans. i98. and M.i :c e I C-.: uhes A.i
a result of this excessive pre,:ip.tatiron,
the rivers art very high and afhove the
danger htne at many points in Georgia.
Damage has been reported at C,',umb.us
and Tnomaston. Ca.. and at Eufau'a.
Ala, the gauge marlin 1'; teet above the
danger !mne. The river's are expected
to continue the r.-o :' tLe next i t
houur.
I have a very liar-" .i--Iort.*nl.et (0
diamonitd goods :hI1l w;; !! : i,
hlieap. Call and -a-. J. I. S'ept eL-

CHICKERING FOUND DEAD.
New York Congre.-si:i nl Picked Up
Undr-r His Iloutri Window.
Ni w Yronr. Feb. J. -Congrussman
Charges A. Chickering of Copenhagen.
N. Y., was fcund dead outside t.tV
Grand Union uote., in this city today


open winGOW o. t.sruoir wn.c2;wazs .u
the fourth floor, by a muilkman, wtho
was driving through the street at a.
m Evideniy it had been lying there
for omi time,. as the clothing was sat-
urated with rain. It was clothed in
underwear, socks, night shirt, :rousers
and vest. Tnere was a bad gash in the
right side of the head.
Mr. Cnickering had been in the hotel
all day yesterday. He had coinplaiued
considerably of ruenuiititsm. but noth-
ing irrational in his actions had been
ubierved by thoso at the hotel.
Charles A. Cnickering was born at
Ilarrisburg, Lewiu county, N. Y., on
Nov. 1,, l13. lio was educated in the
common schools and at the Lowville
academy, at which institution he was
for a time a teacher. Member of the
assembly in l7,l 1S'JI and S'1e. He
was eiecred clerk of the asseniblv in
1'-14 and re-elected in the years tromi
and iiic.uding 1 53 to lIb.' lie had
-een chairman of the IRe.ublican state
ouimmittee and also a member of Cie ex
ecutive committee of that uody. lie
was elected to the Fifty-third congress
and re-elected three tnmes.
A disp.ttch from Albany says tht" Mr.
Chicker:n;:'-- friends there have bee,
aware fcr (oiu., time he \vw:i; aictted
with Irt an.'1. i.ia. following a severe
attack o: ;yihoii :ever.

BOLD FAMILY OF THIEVES.
Aun ''.ssility in Ai..b.nis.
vi' MA. A;... Feb l1..-Through the
work of (t!ptain Ed Walters, captain
of police, a raid was made on a lence
operated in the residence of Tim Gard-
ner, on Sylvan street, at an early hour
this morning, recovering stolen goods
to tne amount of nearly $2.UUiO. The
goods were sto.en by a gang ot thieves
who operate wita system in Selina, Bir.
mingham and Meridian, as the goods
show that they came fromi all places.
\\ hen the raid was- made Torn Gard-
ner. hi.s wife. Minnia, and MAiron Love
were round and placed under arrest. J
requ;rud two wagou inais to haul the
goods to the city. -.\in,ug the were
ury Koois. groc'erieog,. dwr-, carpet
ters' tt;..l cu 'de, Ia:.i; in I.ct, a.ulost
every til ii,
t'.t::tii 'Wateirs haI b-'en watchii;n
the lttl ,o ffr '.'eral weeii-. It shows
that it was t-e fence of an or,.ani.:.dt
gang o;f ltlieves whi are n)ow operating
in several cit-es il tiu:< -t.tte andi Mli-
sissippl, tluo go,j.i U-l ug t ;:u.Jht tO
Selma.

ENGLAND MUST G!VE IN.
Sayst le Orazg-e rree Slatte Mlinlster
to Ihe Nellt rltonodl.
N-;.w -Y.i:'. F eb. 1:; -.' di-patch to
Tue World from I'lie iaIe says:
Dr. II P. N. Milier, the Orangue Free
State iniu:ster to tolo Neth r.arids, is
reported to h:ve said in tan interview:
The war is toe b*gtInnin 1 of tI3 'Afl-
lapse of Engiai.1'.s p(wer in S>ulh Af-
rica.' The longer it lasts the tin., atr
wili be ttt cjudirionsofl peace, lor 'i.-
lantid iii not conl oui t of It wLtnuULt
givin i m ,:' :ilan t .o nl'f siion -. "
T'ne youuu.; 'ra.uvaaler. secretary of
the itegation. Saii:
LB ,tu ret':bilc.- will have full free-
don anid imdependeriue. l'urther, Eang
land will have to give up those parts of
Cape Colourn. Natal, ani Hlechnanaland
where too innaziitants have thrown ilu
their lot with the repuhabc. tlor tLcy
muL t not Lo left inl tio lunrcu.

IDetective lti:l K'E ..lpr.t <'o'ivir' Ifilllel.
l i.tir'!.., W. Va.. F-', 1;; -At
Swor"i'ms creeK. In Ilussel ci tl'ivty Va.,
Detective I 1". Felts of tilt~ i.ace was
shot and killed by VWi.liam I-.- wh',. a
few secondss inter. was Lhot anai iiledl
by Deputy Marstial Baldwin. al- o of
ttis city. Pa.dwin ;.ni Fe ts ha,' traced
I[e., iall esca'pedl (.nvicr, to a det rated
house. vi'.tug tUi take inm aivo, 'tiey
resor:"d to time plan of iidtinig in *ar the
house anrd have a bv ruide uo at full
.spced scncaming wntn terror. This
br.ughlt oee out of tihe 1oun. feltu
then ordered him to surrenider. Lnt I"e
swung himself behind ttie horse and
quickly r:iawinog a revolver shot l'e ts
dead. B.tlAiwin threw hiums lf on the
around to joet aim on L '.'s+ b dy. ilas
tirst shot wounded him au t the second
knitd himn :istauty.


iP ,rto RI.c'- (' i11 I "Exports.
WXASHIN('roN. eb. 13 -Tua) inter-
9esing state:net ",vas n:made t,1i.y by tIh-
war c'pir':; :ut tiht tho trpt-, vxps.rts
of cofftie from t:-. i';!an'l of Prto Ri,,
fro!ithe date o' Arnten3ca:. oc<'cuatlon
to :.. ^-. I,.' ,i wa 3d i.,.0.0 ; unds,
valued art $';,l.:','.". O the amount
-xported dur.: ;: the ;'or: d urnc-:muA)tiuei
France r-eev- 211. .'!.74.' po.ds. va'-
ued at: 2-.1. ;, 'i. '.: : ain. ; r., 'i
pounds, v.:.aeU at : '. ; Iti'. 5,;',.-
,'a7 .r oiou i-. v.t. i v t ('';' .s; d. i::,:;
'nited tate-a r' cr*o. I ;.;o 4' pr" ii,,
valued a:it -. *.' lie a 't:ual avo .:': e
exnn":s of I'.' ''.'it.:z t!le yv irs I^ -
lI': was 4 .t;'.' 0. lor.iu s. va ned at
(4,; t',4 U ).
Soiutth (G -orit rs pi Ove-s i w MA('I., Feb "; 'i', i:mra tn"'ce
river is IIL'-S n:.i;n r tor-n vent-"rday,
bu: is now at sa tn: 't!.,.l. T.;e efle :
o,f last n'ghn' greas r.mn-it rm trIav nr.-
be seen until ton m,rrow. 'Tn" rnv,-r.
thougna very higiu, isf feet over tmian
th-: flood of 18;. Nuo oama;ae f !.r-i
ons consequence i r -prred. .'-,mie of
the crops in the bottoms near tme city
have been overflowed and some h inses
in the iowlan '- of east Macon are under
water. The sou*bern railroad La, i.een
compelled to abandon aa old track tLu:
the movement of trains has uot leen
interfered with.

1-or ldrivini out I ,.t ,.l i ii- ':e l-


INJUNCTION SUIT '


AGAINST TAYLOI


Must Not Exercise Further'

Functions of Governor.


DEMOCRATS TO BRING SUIT

Pendliug the (*%-, llthi Psartie W lll
Allow )31ttt-r- to, Stan lt IlIGaslat ure
Will II mI.lls- I I L >iii-a vill-(-- olli-
tion to Meet at iraliefort I',bld.
L' 1sVIl.LI. Feb. :; -it is reasonab:r
certain the political t.'i itt n will re-
main :n its pr- en: :tr .t:t'u antil t'
decs i in has bh-e- .ainded I:,,vni by thi
cojrt ui ap,;e-.ts c e.trit. : tin ;t:lO to o
o1(jie. of governor. L;e:.re Judge Can-
trili a. (;,org-.town :; .i )rrw Mtie Dem-
ocrati will b;-ug a sui; in t'.i;:y askoinl
an iniancito-' t.l restrain (ovorn Tay.
lor from e:-er,-:.uiLu,' any of the funciuon
of the office of governor. It is expected
a temporary intju 'nciin will be granted.
In c.-,o ttlo l'ii>.t.it.hi.u eX0LmUlive dis-
re-ar.is the a -tin i l tne court as woo
dotiuo ; the c-.- of ieo A;.)nzo Walker
habeas corpus wr;: and ihe injnactaon
agailu.t ititt r.urecti wit ithi ile gsla-
sure the De ioera:s will not prose she
proceeaing3 fur coi:tempt. but will akie
the uase to thle court if appeals, which
according ti the:r contention is (he
Court of last resort .n tneae proceedings.
This pian wa.s ti-c:tle.l upon this
morning Iat a conference of Democratio
leaders. itic.u.iing governor lBeckhamn.
t'itriir'o-.,ii.in 1) I! -::;irii. i* iC'overnor
M'-Creiry. J.udi e W. S. F'ryor and sev-
elmi other .ayvrs.
P'eiunii ,e !,--.t of thii suit, and
the car<: l...', '. ; .iu : f' ;i t Cin 'inlnatt
isv, v!r.i t'.,. Ir : m.t." !.1ceiii r el-
e,'tec t bLtai *i '.-4 t.. .tl.uw inMgI to
remnmaii as s. i'v i .w .:: .:' i.
0'l It:; :,.(\. l..-"l.W- ure w ill ri-
in.li!t iti ..L I .1>.. :t'3i it IS lWiieVeit
tL t, ,' .r t" p:.' "t. i% .l it here instead
,,t at' i-rat:;,..'': io ti og :"ss t'Ore are any
'ro-:''rrs or ar*'n > m-.;o at'out the state
u;a ::ig,; .it ; ". ;:I ;tA Ttie ass *niihiv
is ir> "''i-iiri, w.~mi I t lttaTIVO hitoine.Ais.
Tlite ." -:a'.' ',itsy '-";a i them conrurren;
res i'ia t.iit a..r-iiV pa'eld hbe
houi. fo a '..::.ii;t':'i" ,i;.\estigate tue
corIiii-.ns ut i 'ranii ('rr
Seunaor 'T'rip:ett introduced ia joint
rP*,,utioi hrovid tnir that wii'n the lest-
i.,larure *a'ij.urni Tunradav it shiil be
to n:eet I-rii'sy at Frankturt. 7Under
t-n ru Pes it lios ovi.r one day.
A bill ws. intronacr'ed inakinI Jan. -4.
G(tovern',r <(oetwi's birthday a iegal uni-
Iay ill tnis stat,).

"(' iie l' tlio ,lpp'u tliiItiiy." ivy tak-
iiru Hl-il't i ati-;I;>:irill.i now yneo
i fi y ill up ,you', i l -l.itVmi ; dit pr'-
viit '. rioti- ill 1e--.


VE 4 !ZU L.I8Ar


REVOLUTION.


i-%* A lil.itug -1. p-atled V itories
Ov,-r 4 *,v.rssiis.-it I l io- 1p.
Nrw Yu::!i, iFeb. 13.-A d;lipAtch to
Tne lieraid irom Port of Stain esve:
'ltie rev Tili' .-n unn'ter thi' le-ileresip
of generall II ,rna.udez. in \"<'aAUelt IS
.ia nlng rap,.tiy he rev:utionisto un-
der Geonerali Melina attacked and de-
iea'eed the govtruin:ent troops under (JG--
eral 4 om;na ine-::r (Cor.i. tr.e capial of utha
state of Faic.in The s, pital to bmang
tie-ni< bv the rovo.rutirniits.
\Xi i'rt C.w'hiitirichll, which is itar
Purr:to Cubs.io. a L,.tt.e has taien planc
between the goveranicut troops and the
rebeis. resulting in a victory for the rev-
o.ntionits-. 'Tli:s engagement has cr-
ateii great excitement in Purto Cabello,
particularly among the foreign rest-
uents.
FIlST (.lt"A, IP I;t I 1:SloN

To tlh- F'lorida C haiuai;'ii*;li "arday.
Fel T17. IlI0ni.
T'li' day's- pr.i.ratn inclul.-i the-
ce-lrbrat-d Ch icai.g, 01 .-e ('lub:
himoouis and ,vrap'i," itnipfr-lona-
tiht.. Dr. Daivid BH'atlion of 4 hicae;g
Randd co rs,.rt 1,y ,>-.er, (O It:lItd; Howard .4. r"t.rrott in hi.-
wlindr.rful ,ily ; ,, I,- iiiiitteitlno:
-,a- by Mr-. Sarahii Mar ciIn;ild
Sh-ridani; reapdirnis by Aiiana Ielny
M.1rtin ; the famiii ii brytoiz-,. Prof.
F,'rank r4tayton Tlthio -on ,iiarn .Mr.
WValt-r It. Itall; f ti-oti'- p!oecti-
-(' ;': firf' tll",on a-'"':n-h fro n
Ill.d :.0 "f i.tk ,-* r.
'l ,i :i l t s u1-,:.', I i, ,* :it 7 ::'
!.. :i. Fir- for r a>i:il tr a;, 'p ('-, c nt-.

.1 >< .-*'u I 1. ;lI i-sh.
vi -' I - s. timti, i- tvypo of
a* '. mu i- ;pw, r --f tli-4
".::t 1' .', I.o il Iy i- f' i" *,r 'iln l t.* riv .,:.Al iht(:-l'-- :i'd br:oir .
Ilh,-r-'- n i .i th. tiill iov-.re nie.
But: Dr. K I,'. N-w ill- .r-
If' l I .w. l il .- i't W .1


) A i.' : *i .

Three Large Stores
--"i: ..i Ft ItN I'I !f r;,. fl:..kt
il;.- ,. V>',. r,;'. I; .-!: *.*. In '* i t. -var
own irl P.-:- '.t '. Pr't a. n-atly-
fit :- .-' l i'.t atk 1; Ir o....n I;it,-- a:
,ll ; r.-;'-. I: 't;an .it. I o )ble r .*'5e:-
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


THE


LEVY- POU


CO.


509-511 8. PuIFOX ST.


CRAND SALE


CETS'9


E RNI HINGS


-FOR-


10


DAYS


The


Lobe


Purchase



Now



Bei ng



Thrown



Upon the



Market



at Nearly



Half Price


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,


Neckwear, Etc.


at less than


Cost of


Manufacture.


IHF ilVY-PoI F i


SUFFERING AT KIMBERLEY.
thousands Dyiag Dlaily la the IUr-
li Se-r-d City.
.rw YORK. Feb. 13.-The striking
feature of tie war sirnation in London
is th: beunndess confidence reposed in
Lord Rioberts. General Bulier's report
of his third re! r~5se, poublsuoel today,
arou:e no harsn criticamn, for Eome of
the expert. say the attack was crnly a
feint, ordered by Lord Rloberts with a
view to keeping General Joubcrt busy
and preventing him from sending rein-
forcemeunt to Guucercl Cronje at Kim-
berley.
The pitiful condition of the inhab-.
itants o: Kuiber.eyv, whb, are diving of
disease at an appealing rate. leads to the
belief that Lord Itoberts, with his fine
army of ;;3.000 men. will endeavor to
raise the siege at once. Oa the other
hand. experts say that the invasion of
the Free State would be wiser tactics.
But whatever Lord lRoberts does will be
accepted as the best oiung to do.
The Boer raid in Zululand continues
to alarm NataL It is beiiew~*d that the
Transvaalcrs will sweep vast herds of
cattle oct of Zuuland, then raid north.
eastern Natal.
A dispatch from Pietermaritzberg
states that fresh meat is abundant in
Natal. S0 oxen being slaughtered daily,
and that the Boers have over 100 guns
between Tuge'# river and Ladvysmith
and the Boer artillery fire greatly im-
presses all who see it. the guns being
mounted in almost impassib:e places.
Cnarles Wiatisnu. tne military critic
of The Morn:nz Lea-ier. who is under-
stood to have close relations with Lord
Woiseley, the c)inuiander-in-chief of
the Eritish army, writes as follows:
"The government last night refused
to say whether Lords Roberts an,'
Kitchener were sent to the irout widt
out consultat.on witi Lord \Volme.ev
or n.-r. I: has already beer. so stated
in thi.s nilace au.d it is again asserted.
Lord \Vo.6e.ey War:eid the new? from
the Mndavy r orninx papers and tie
appointments were tu.aie on the previ-
ou a turd:av.
Thile writer Gecln-rc.s:
"The miuni-termai -!'home ieve'cped
last night in both honet1 is in th- uni:in
a colosai.l costly imposture, <:es.-:ned at
once to hoax the ci',:ntry ;ni) tue idea
tiat sonic satnifar-orv reform of our
n:n itary syrt-"r is a: length tn I lo ac-
complisheii anid te, t1irow dust iu the
Syes ofDreign nations."
Itural ).liv..rv nct Opeli.kn.
O"rr.it',, A a, Feb l1M.-Mr. W. F.
Conger, spe:al a;ewntr of the Uulrfei
States free (ieiivery mail service, has
been in Opei;ka a week arranging: to es-
tablish another free rnrai maii Tlea:vetv
from thiq post',flice. (',elika new has
the only free rural :i.il delivery in Ala.
bama, bnt it has proven suca i success
another route will be established.
DI)ewy to Visit Gor(em ii elaind lFlorllnt.
PAm Li cii, F-'iia.. Feb. l:.-Word
has been re-eicedI hero that Admiral
and Mrs. Dewev will leave Washington
for Savannah the last of this week. and
early next weeK v.-i.l come to Palin
Each tor a stay of a fortnight or more.
In Ilanher.


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Pretty

Children
* We have three children. Before the
tNrth of the last onC my wifz used iourbot-
t:;3 of (MOTIER'S FRIEND. If you had the
prctu':s of our children, you could see at
a rsance that the I.st one
is wealthiest, pretiest and Z
rfinst-looki~oftlLeniall. V J
,Yy wife thinks Mother's ,
Friend is the greatest
and grandest
remedy in the
world for cxrect-
a n t mriothers."--
Written r. a Ken-
tucky Attorney-at
-Law.
IOTGE'S


pU events nine-tenths of the
I EILHD suffering incident to child-
S birth. The comingmother's
disposition and temper remain unrulfied
throughout the ordeal, because this relax-
Ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
Is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
The patient is kept in a strong, healthy
condition, which the child also inherits.
Mother's Friend takes a wife through the
crisis quickly and almost painlessly. It
assists in her rapid recovery, and wards
off tne dangers that so often follow de-
livery.
Sold by druggists for $ a bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANIA, (iA.
: "..r our f:-t-e ::' -1 toitok written
t\; r.-.v f.,r rxpcCtaa Iuitn' s.
fIli it, .ft infnt.
A M.nmp'liis nti:.. li'ily 1who is ver.
fI:l if liher si'sie 's little hiiil. 1i 'V

h"lr "'' lim up': t" t Lo L.:. his ihiclc-
l'l t;a: II. Shi ;;i s r L: 1:4:: W .>'S
: t hi \\Is Iryi c. ri; t l 'it r |,zt Iu r
< ';* h s I ir. I It t lit l;r I k i!r
s:-::!: tre t;l: .i 0!",: 1 i s I I ;: -,- i -
Ie\ ', ;l ,' >." 'i're .l .i1 i ':' v l.:in l f'
It! l I ,;, Iit i ry i lns i, llt- i ",, :iil.wv Iv r to \v!:It I I,.I v i I t ll I, t, I !; l l i I A : 1 : 1r ;: vt
( aw\\ l. i ll li :. "< I. iii l';l lked ip it
liner ';y !'i'i':< lv :i;id said:
"'A. t ir I tel! yu tw l:!t I'll d,. I
wii't ti:klt' a e1 lii~ir ti let y ; : lj i;;. l iit i N'il ;: 1 '. ii : i! l. r i. N1 i.
ji.,.t I ; V,.n1 a, i! Ir t i .y !.' r :ihltne."'-
Me-rnip is S<-ir:iitnr.
.* '. e 'i l t it < l.il lk, i. ill l.
(,. V..S1-\\ 41, 4 \\l;at n !;! <:
l;ri: <- lr P :rilv <-:i!hle0 1 i:! :in :i-< ;i:in
1.h : nllel ie' th t rigid !t i, t;y i'.iN .
I' ve le';rd hl i i 'ihilnd l'io il" I k.--l' stont Tl"iii;:'(.-c'r t.
-A3
Bears the INte Kind You Have Akways E3-'


J. 1. Stephen- ha, ; lar f'- a-izort-
ltil t cif Solid Storlting Silver a;nd
lier' F-Kiniv,., Fo-k- ;i I(] Spciii


Acme Beer.
T'IE IBET IFER .);.LD IN
P eI NS A (o() I A.
Danniheisscr PiB(ro:.,


AGE"I. 3.


TheJu)-Trado
TfS Cur ijcat-


Remarkable Kimberley Diamond.
M. Picard, commissioner general of
the 1900 Paris exposition, has. it Is
stated. been Informned by the president
of the Jewelry section that an enol'-
mous diamond from Kim!.erley '%i!! le
exhibited in the jewelry pavilion: %s:i:-
The St. .lne- t.;azette. Thi. stone
was fo:un.l shortly -before the wAv:i. It
has beel Insui:red for $2.t0)0.1-1. :i:dI
will be shown in a show.i:te itlar',h.!:
by four policeon:en. At ni:hit tithe s.iow-
case will sink into the '. trotin. in it:"
same way as tli:it in which the Itegvntit
is kept at thie Louivre. The new dia-
mond Is sr ,il to Ibe finer than tihe I't-
gnut. the Shah. the (G;rnd Mogul anud
the fanoii q ohinoor e'x!'liiloti in I.c-'
don in 1S.-,l. No ti;lne has yet been
given to it.
IFoote L.tl;t-I see they're going t,)
put a new piece on the stage calihd
"The Open Door."
Sue lrrette-It ought to go with a
bang'-Yonkers Statesnian.,
"I had bronchitis every winter for
years and no medicine gave me poTr-
ma:ent relief >ill I began to take
Onie Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the beat cough medicine mnad-."
-ays J. Koontz. Corry, Pia. It quick-
ly cures coughs. colcs, crou)np, asth-
ia., gripped and throat ;tiad liun
troubles. It is the chii(dr i's favor-
it.s remedy. Cures quickly. Hatr-
,ri-' Pharmacy, John She'ppard, S.
Kahn. l

Do You Want

To Be Pretty?

ATTENTION, LADIES t

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


We've got the
thing for you:


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for Infants .nd Children.
The Kind Y ture of CIhas. 11. Fletcher, and has been made tinder li..
personal iupler'ision for over 30 years. Allow no one-
to deceive yon in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
"**Jut-as-4)w:d1'" iare but Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
rNer ce..r*u COMPANT. T MUNSAT 53 Ne*wa TVOM r** .


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OF PENSACOLA.


L. HI LTON GRtEIN.
P i'l..i :ei:NT.
". E. WELL I ,
V It'K--l* I:SI mI.N I'.


OIRECTOPP:
T. E. I VI.i'. v. FISHER.
F..TIFF, I FF(I'(ll,.


right A


Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by
qQIs,' pfq4qiW4 Y,
2!5 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!
We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to thie .lfaitcless .'liiineral
II *(dcr /or the ('rt' of In-
di estion, Dyspepsia and
al6 f/ornms of Stolmacl, lBow-i
el Trouitles and Skin Dis-
ea ses. Guaranteed to (u re
or 7ioney refunttded. Cost
only/ 5 c Its a day/ to use i/.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru affists:
also }1" T. Green ( Co. ;
S. Pala fox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. I. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Tes.tinimniIl IF'roimu Jul.ef,. at i.r
;til-r. ViI.IP, Ala Au i;. '. i
t ilk." r -* t p!l;>--'lre in <--rtifVci .. ti> it.-
: 1 :h'* *.'; !i "(h" in l k,! i i' iil% '- 11.11 -1
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.'tl* --. |It r- h i ly e 'i ,l re i-. t i,(1 .
I c' ia- litt; for t i. i. of I n tf '. -'
S li . Te. J.
.l1 udl.' if P'rolim ., (-Umi.rt, HButllr u iii];:v
.\ i'th.itea


D .nn.koissrLY Bros,
1 s :: i.cx Grist and Corn Meal Mills.


PENSACOLA




Battenb--i-g and Po-rlt Lsee Patt!-rzs


Z~LLu. I I VU""'V' ~ T~n~ps~s.eacq N'i
tc~Ia Lani m cf co-nrTa,)---!)&,
C- aoy( e and Ihod'.snc The PIn :dic jsI, :
-t- --- m MTY TY


i: AtI)DS.
LAWN Waitli
Invited toe Uall.


M~. F. GONZIEZ & CO., Prop s,
MIanufacture-rs
CHOICE MEAL AND) PURIEGRIOUND
STOCK VFERl
i~atynico:.'*- F' in duocr v. f-r t.-,rp im%
ce. .rl r-n' i io-a ci-'i c tleid lm3ynimr :iejl~al an
f-it0k t-)'*!" li itfnfs ttr
li., 1''2 -1 u ritiv- horite-. liiat.-
ii. r ri~ :-1.ft "Icet'j-e-' 'f utI iim ty
;1 -''.Z T t:it0. amiufcstetirer yot)
tiil .rcC..-n:-,,re-intivou litC,.-.


JO'N F. PFEIFFER .
I AS It IE ix


RVIX M. ROB1NZ-n
MIORRIS 1BE.',.

Tran-sactc.'.


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BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
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The Star


SOLE AGENT.
Al S.o -! C': rt.: for Pen aace.
SILK VELVET.
The ve rv p('rtetion of Kemlt'
\ i- .i-( tiilled and bl*l'i .*
l>\ . (' Vi.'i!(, Ky.

Wines, 11 ,1180
IRS) LUi(N s, Branldi
rlS;Ci-rs 2all T2tEo.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.

S. A. FSRIEDHAN,
3:1 -(-WT PALAFoX So11;
1'. 0 .I; *. ( i^ T -l-i.!:, ;- i


Laundry
CI ,


1,1 Pilli Rililioi OF IF11 1illlll!


i-


'~ Fastidiou~s Dressti


eli il-iput
#-'jiti~rlhy :it. I ~iffr'- L .


ALl WORK C. O. D.
TELEPHONE 114. Z4 E. GARDEN
A-wGOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREME."-
WATJCKR INGORATAM". Manage -

ESTAITTRIWa-4 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DBALESe IN

Ship GbChandlery and General lladman.


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NeCURE YOURSELF:! EVR 6-A------~~X T~r.~ o~
i GA LVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. ;RUFMEL a SON'$S~ p4
Saunafjoriagspd"lut, lls utkw ul ntvui Sh. bt mer bia
V ~T -SoldZby 1rugg~cceti.. COREPAMEZ3.. zXAa -Lej.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900. 3
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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


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NAVAL STORE;.
ISAvA-NNAH elJ.. i. -Spirntm turpen-
tiue firmnat 5:reepiptA jOA 4 10: % g liA-. 999.~
9ex ti', I 9 1 Ura~lrn recep is 1 .4- u11,



WVILMINGT4)%..9 I -!,9 .i -~a' iurpen.
1i).J;u Pflii H t *1 1t .toI. rf''.lt~e : %9 s
99t99IM~ Tar 4Jir4ini' i..4)rec.!ipLs 1.il
Icitrge Putttty (.ibeain

tioli of Oircze iar,;e pi~teries was per-
fected today. It Inicludestilhe Whit.
nkore-R9)binsOn e01lhtiailv9 MarL-ie & Sou
anid tue E. 11. Merrill ctn Ii)anv. Deedsa
trautiferri-4 tile piauts to t'Le iRobiusou.
Mt~rriti company were ti.el1 today. Tue
(AA;iIuuuy is capitalized aE 5t 00
1'irt-iiame i ama lrakeaaitiu Cru-Imf41.
CHARLIOrrr.. N. C.. Feb. 13.-At 2:300
o'clock this morning westbound through
treig-ht on tue Western North Carolina
road ran into a heavy lanislide near
JBiaciE mountain. 'Vie engine was over-
turnied. Adamu Jeffriesq, nretuan. and
Porter Nichols. brakeman. were caught
unue: it and crudihed -o duatii.


li 91 TO'N, Feb 1& -Atainiassweetin.-
heA bhere commI~itteoi were appoumted to
nlail:ti :irraillgeiucIits n1e(9eisry for ths
c. %.ftort au ntierla t( irt.UII9ut ofth. e doe-
19 t19thtie 1 lkUUi4t.1 V1flnei9-
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E3. 'EITESE.SE 'NST, A
o- P KO iL ETOR O ()F-o

GRONIeS SRThLOON
o--DEALER IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciaars. ,


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310ZLEV'S LUMON EKIANIXI
A 1 Plasant Lemon Tmiojt

I..vmqmil--. com41bi ne-d w'ith1 ilt Iier 9.9'9-#
14tnaic -tit~inl~aIt"4. Sold by dm4-

h'49r hilheu-iie->. anudC44stip'1tionr.
F'or idi~alge-4tiuJ11and1foul011?-t~oii:I'14.
I:.r!-ick 1411.1 IeI9v4otizl'~tI;4u;4(c49-.
1 0- p1lpit:4ti4o)tandifl iejl't failur.-.
t:4ite L# mtn 'Elixir.
F4 r A 14 jleszz siit- --s anld 1i*'rv94ou

Fo9or I"'-'-- of aj'petitv and deblihjty.
F"4or fev~er,1. iUlar irl: antd 14ii 1
taike' f11eziowiElixir.
I '[9i El I~xir wlvnot11f ill ;y4iu ii
:149.' if tile.',,1ov'etI~ijlled d-:.t.:!
419f V* 4iclit l 14 : fti.* I4011Ii tii 4 lll i. 9.4.1 4--l'

T9-I.cj 'C .14( $1 .141 hottle.: at (IIlI.u zi tQ.
Pro-pjaredon ozly by Dr. 11.

At tile ( .oalioI.
I11h1voe jiO-It :ikfcti l9o ~, Jt 4-f two

for 14*rvout4. ilfathihf49., l 4n-144'.ti9'4.
with du-;eaed liv#r :m1d kidtit9V. v-
'lie Eixir cui991fA~ I filuit1i it ,!.e
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J. F Itrt:. M:1.444it. A1). (..


XV4. A. ~Janif:-. IeB,11 :4i4t. l
wr :tI-h-tv'. '-1111.1i ed I -atlY:t~

Z41,,'!hat, 41all the.' 114,-d~icilo, I i..u-,-
f'Vt !, *:akezi.


( urpii 1all coug'bs. cofld -. 91..r
tit--. Sot- I''Th roat19, lBroicII- ~ iz.~1o
*:rit.:and alt throa',andIti1.1hng ii--
o-,i.e Eleza 'r. rt-l i ble.
~Ca t kdr u..8i-- t. IPrf -paorid onotly by
Nlo-i Mzle.y. At!:iita.(:.;i

Ifyoul are ready to c~ to
house-keepin.g. let .Marston
A. rFin ish Ii'uruid ..sh iliur ho


JUG TRADE A SP'fTATTY.
O-' nor R inmcnt aud Dnvilliipr Stz. PEN ACOLA. FLA



H. H. WIICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 5 South Palafox Street.
All Kinda o, Plumbing and Wa3 Fitting3 Materials Kept on Hard


1. UN BIHLi M'


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !e-


Children's Department.
Hazid-. e'vt d ,'rn'l'chi Kid Infianit
isntLit "11 .'>,
worth 75c,. now 50c.
Hand-o.'wd Fro-iih 1id Infant-'
h'.iitt.1i.
worth $1.00. now 75c.
Hand-tw.d! KI id Si;ri : Heel Ruttoii
worth 75c, . now 50c.
liand-sewed Kild Sprinl: lleel But-
worth $1.0, now $1.00.-11.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


'lo ii 'p i laik and Tan.
from $1.00 . to $3.50.


Special Bargain!

A o .1. 1ti m ake i9. ,994(ievC0
an td$ o. 0441104 r p iii. '4)w only $1 j'vgl.
We' ionly 1114 Vt. 1f-114 ill :iil J.
Iatid C l(] aD Iwidth-, t haat is wb

Our' Mon's Dep~vtment
beats h a:it uv ..taorilltown :uriNI
ti ii A1erse I I v% iiv 9 aand ~v eht I"i
i i i- -.t c oi i fir t 'lII' f!c .it ;: id 9'.It, ra


OUR $3.00

f qua! 10 t" V ally.-how illtown9'.
N. ti It k vIjY I if i,.fif- vi oilr pa t ot r 90gt'.


g G. ugenheim.


N. J. SCHMITZ,


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


IThre Ralar THE POPI'LAR

als Fach Day BREAD AN CAl BlKER,


25c Each.


Is- A4'


207 south Baylen St.,
and isptena,.d to 119'' i4%9' All 4 ,rdvri tor


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYSTEIRS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEAsON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Fronm 1.Y to $1.C ;ier I)ay. \LODGING:
5.15 andl 51) S. South Palaf'ox Street. Pen.ia ,la,. F,,rii.l i 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN II I F C1 .IAN : \' 1 ;' I I


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3 111
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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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9. 94144
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JOHN NICHOLAS'


R3estauranSt,
305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
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meals at All Hours.


Bread ardd a (akles

AT SHORT NOT( E.



BARGAINS


-IN--


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Esta e.


$1000 n

$2000 9 cit"

$3000' .. ..[ '

$4000 "!.
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$6000
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$7000.
99-: ,


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$9000 .

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910,000 .
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Open Day and fight.


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I-


How a Wyman





1i l zwa1 a 1~at ,j-11--Win.*~ :1. IV
has do- rw we i 94 ,-:,, i.-,


It isn't nec?,sirv f, r a wo:Thah t, OV ~v ver. NN'Tim srht
s h e I w ,L -- l e m .tL r u n : t ,, : Ki~ r n' . k I I, -v v V :! At Vh 1 -, 1 1 .. I
Wl,'Aif.i J.IVS alld -18W lit 'I. t.fl.:. .6 p 0 11-1 It Ine (2s h'-.1..i~ c ~iii
u. tongue Con dL nK ile.tr trl'?lt,49~di
Ll-.-wn in the loerwitr .L4XI. ~it ao:.: 'oiV Ukaj 9.J....
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1LAC1US' ADVISOIRY EPARTME 'T. : '1 .9'.,.i. 9
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t:~ Ch.jeof Life, this et'! ,: 4.1 1..


Druggists Sell Lrgce 1ittlcs for $1.00.


THE HOUSEHOLD.


4q 99~
\~9 ..99.q
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19:44 t~1I. ra n:co
It t9.e 99r .rsa, Ien.


.T L. worth $1.50, now $1.00.



Men's Department.
A. B. C. ,ennme, Don. ,;itton and Lace.

EBI E1Ri worth $1.50, now $1.00.
B EER'* ( -i, o. ,eunuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
.....S hoe., 12-2,


V. J. VIDA, Sole Wholesaler. worth $2.00, now $1.50.


ALSO MKIE. BRAOIES W11E3S. IPORTIED AND DOMESTIC Ladies' e pgim{ent.

Paul Joaes a Echo Sprins Celebratel Whistecs. ,'ai s.;rii, 1-..1 :,tt.,' and L e..
TRY l BTTmJi OF CRLERI TONIC. s" :, ""
PHON 5. ,.-,.. : : : p.o. Mox ,~-. S1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1 75 ant $2.00.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED 1 ,.-. v:. ,,>r.
fr-, 9 .l.,;v .rv ', 9.uv 'Part ; t t'.. KI I i t1,.,1 ,,l .:.l l I ia l lav . 1-O


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


THE DAILY NEJWO:
tored at the Pout O(ifie.-at Pensa(ola.
ia- a-second-clas% neat t,-r.
(bW I-'V : P*tt n'ildin .-l ;I iouiLti ala-
teS street. up-stairs.
PI Bl-.1HEi-A) IY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
One Year by Mail t.
Tbrp ldoitla- i
**ioe. Month '."<
o.e WWeek. ty car l Y ri. payuble .Monday 1"

THE WIKCKI.Y NEWS:
Publilih*-d v- ry 1- rda'l. it ;. pt r ye-a;
Potagei frre.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

,dverrs ;rg Rctes Furn r hd on Ap, ica^ior..





Thia paper is on tle with the
IMINMG ADVERTISIM C0.,
Edisott Building. St. Paul, Minn.. whern
te aidertiter and other: max
ealee It and where estimates wil be givri.
*pas fur QKENRAL. ADVERTIfSINs.

PENSACOLA. FEP. 14. 1900.

THE Lake City Reporter takes
some pain- to show how thin is tliO-
arrgument of those who ti)'p.o e thi
movement for the publication of the-
laws. It pay-:
Oniv the o:i. mal orjgn;s rountile would pubhl-h th,' law-.hould --uchi
a provwlt or :i; o<,t ith lgi-lat\. '-fi of'ie
0f the-' *thi, ice*t* e forty-rive., t 'ac irdairi.: t
uir friend. 1i1 wb.ith to publitih the lai-
.-very two year'- 'I L- ('(,tt I f unliuh latin.
providld we tal' a fl. r. a .i u.:i a t'l* i l 1n'l
t llihg *nt ad'.utit..- itrai,:, ul ii\**r iln e i:;.
Would be Imii)iual.

THE New Orleans Timtn(-Denw-
crat contilin;,s it- que.-t for a utit-
able soutl.ern grown substitute fi)r
the wood pullp from which white
paper i. n.,w made,. but it carefully
ignores all ref' r ico'' to the .-ollltil'i,
of the|problemli that !i;ih hefoin i imadl
by th P n-atc'la Paper- Mill, in the-
u of l: '.:i tII fr the lilalufatc-
tare of lu'ip. lty a proce-s whicli
eliminat,-, ti', ri-itn. l:e-retolfore th '
chief ob.tacl- t,, its u. f',r -ucii pur-
S0 -eq.

I'.llin; Stal, tt ..*-.
The "rrota'ion in oeflic'" t,,ic lha-
had a long re-t dtiring thi)- holiday y
be &ton. but the ,-t at:t" i,.r a ,*a iiil,
giving at:t ttion to it. aind tt'. qtie ,-
tion. S-tarel ;at the l4t ,s-iion iof
the legi-laturp ;ihnitt miakilrL ;i
"clean nweep." ge ttilil "'l-w bt!,.,l"
in the at:tt ;ia. i:;istr. ,j>n .:nd f rin-
ulatin ian intir'-ly i .w -!ate- f !
the cOmlil,; t 2li; i1tI. ; ,'llli<, ti tI.
di-cu-i l ,; ;.' :" ,i froni iv,-
'ill to th :-- 1; f t:; -:: .
< 'l iV i, *:1.



<;r 1 : a .;,


joy the benefits of office which the 1I fiip T[IILA1


voters of the party really bestow, in
accordance with slates made up by
the party leaders. The idea appears
to be that those who do the voting
should have something to say about
the candidate, s they vote for.
The Newt dote not believee inclianrs z all
oflce'r- -very four years as a iiat;;.-r *f(
princir le. but t. wish simply to ibrluin oit
the fact tthat otlices are inut lii.ni in the
world but -ituatlon giveiout by t '-ple
to t bos-o ,louii th Py de--.r- Ile ii,,ni-r or
trust. 'li'y are bonuses for fe-al:y to ;arty
prioncple and honoride but.n. ;.e tati;ti-i' -
tioni. And. iheir.t the proli-rty of ith- -1<, -
pie. can i>-.'eiv ni at wIi t.) any W 'ii ithe
people de-:re to hliinor.
TiHe repjlated re-noninati,.- of -;it,
oiflier-, toi be their own -ii-t'i--c-,!-.
while ,i'niin.iitly co'einpli;neit:al to
the-t. ,argues to thei' -il-Ct t!iat tie
party c;intain Zili;o othieirs worthy or
capl'ib!', to) take th,-eir plae .-. The-ri'
bere" le others w!hom th- people.,
woll!d lrladly tionior. did thi-y not
permit them-nelvo, to be gover'nt-d,
in the coiVentiull. by- theIsi, who
claim that "'the interests of the
party" demand that incumbents of
long standinii should succeed theim-
selves. The "interests of the party"'
is an argument, when thtus u.--d. that
really means the personal into-r''.t of
omine political leader who regards
the re-nomination of an incumbent
as essential to hiis private plau..
The voters of the party are quite ais
loyal to its real interests as any of
its leaders, and have quite as munc'h
right is they to decide what thaat in-
;Irest really is.
line of the minot dlempcrat.., prov-i(i,.s of
the stat" '-ontitution forbid- thu ei>\,*-rnor
i titt ii o.i're tw()teril In s ('-ucc UIn. and
it ;: iun*rnrallv undier-toodt that j- catbin.-t
S.;II go out with t himni.
THi: NEl-S ardently de-sir-- that
the constitutional prov'isioen alecti:u-
thle governorship -hall be extended
to include all state olliceir. and f:ir-
the-r :suz.rests that its ex:eisi<.:i tio
include all coinnity otlicr.-is a- well. =-
a question which de-erves tit -t ri-
ou-- r.on-i.eratioii of every public-
spit ite-d citizen of tL,. -tat-. Exi-t-
il.g. condition 5. wit!i rnug:rd t. b:htti
s:tte and county <'tli,'si. warrant
the( dIeclaration that lno tthe : tit.np
for the cons-id'-ration of -i .!i a ;.n-
viisioln could boe de-ired.

THIE MOI-UI WAY
Comlitdlil- it-,'If to, the well-infr.nmi-
dtl. teo do plit-a-antly and eol'utt;ually
what wa.s ftiorn-ily doime in tlie
,'rud-st t i:anliil-r and di-.aisr ,,ihbly a-
wll. 'Tio t l.-aii-e t!ie sy--t lin :.alid
lbreak ulp cold-. hi-al'ache's, atn. I--
*-is with W out u i!;l.-;:i- a t ;aftr-ir- .'l cts,
1-e thle di.-liLibtful liquid laxat\v-
're inidv, .' yrun p of iF'n Mia1.l, t1,
t'alifor-iii:t; 1'i" Sry' ip ( '..

Tilee I'Oi.eIl': Coi' l'.
Alone: > Daniels Initsl#,( C(Ipr to Ilip
Co(t'ii'. C i" ri.


t'ipi -' Ve* 4- *~.c' *e- a 1

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V


POLITICIANS


Hon. W. S. Jennin;zs' gubernato-
rial candidacy is to be given a big
boom this week, Mr. Jennings' cou-
sin. Hon. William Jenuings Bdryan.
is to visit him at Brooksviile Friday
and remain several days as his guest.
From Florida Mr. Bryan will go to
Coluimbus. (a.. where he is booked
to speak Feb. 22. He- may be in-
duced to make two or threat ,-peeches
in Florida during his -tay.

There were four c!indid:ttes for
s'itcrilT at t:,# ile ting ot tli- tcluntiy
'.'>!i!inI isioirs l:a-t nihti al td -i('h
r-ported his campaign proceeding
s iti-factorily. Several of the other
c : nddates tor that ofliee were en-
;aeid lIsewhere. "I utin't see what
all these fellows ara trying to)i et my
olice for," said (ieorge Smith, "I
haven't said Jtt that I did noi want
it."

It iq stated that E. Ward will
not be a candidate tfor re-election as
a member of the school board, but
hi-* friend, Judge (;. M. (Gentry of
Bluff Springs will make the race for
the office.

It is said that Prof. Tate will onx
enter the race for superint nd-nit of
public instructions.

Knowingalirs siay' all the candi-
(date-s for sheriff have noit yet been
announced. There are o)tht-rs.

The first "mud slinzing'" of the
c(Iiouty Callipaigni took pl:ic- Peaily
this we--k. Candidat.t MeMillani,
who wants all his friends, to know
that he wants to be re-elected clerk,
was out in his bugimy in thi rainii
!storm making a canvass aio4)-.g thie
cui try voters and in ba.ick with
his ntw suitof cloths badly -plal.dl
withli the sticky mtud.

John (i. Welsh is gaoingI. t Ih.' ian
active and valuable intilbf-i-i' 0ol thli-
boiard #of coullity ciriili.- ,ieif-. Al-
through newly in oifliee '#, to. hi hold
of public al:-ire liast pni, t in ;i lil:ii-
iifr that pr)ive-- is ahilii-y to t:ckl -
tl:h kniottip-t priobleti t;;.t t-rc-nt
ti.t'-t se-lv'. for solving..

The lj;i-a tion is li4 iin 'vz io:';illv
a:-ke-l: WVho i- going lto r un l." i.thel
legislatui '.' TiHE NF.\\w t, oil that
a iprominliot young attoirncy will be
4i!f. of tlh. tcandidate-.

A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt fior ti,,.
widow @of the brave' (;er:il Hirni-
!I tn of Machia. Me., wl -en thit dtioc-
tors .aid -lie could not live till nirnii -
ini." writes Mrs. H. H. Lincoll, wl;o
attended her that fearful nig'-ht. "A.\ll
t! .ugetl :t -ti' 11.:1-t -' ino i ith f lro-ii
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iKilig- N'N ew I)i ,covr-ry,-.i Yiil[, it l;t1l
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COUNTY COM MI4asIONE .S.
Proceedings ofr the R-'gular Monthly
Meeting Last tIgit.
The regular imtonthly meeting of
the county commissioners was held
last night, Chairman Co.ly presid-
ing.
After reading and approval of the
minutes of the p eceding meeting
the commission of the newly ap-
pointed member. Johnt G. Welch
was read and he took his -eat as a
member.
Chairman Cody announced the ap-
pointe:!nt of Coniliii-ioi-r Welch
as a member of the- tiriiance conmlliit-
tee and i;s the imeilber inii change of
the county farm andi jail.
Mr. Selig of the WVest I)i-infectant
Co. addr'-sed th!e board relative to
the nimrits of a di-infectant sold by
hi- c'.imp ny for uie- in j-iil which
li- nil-iratiiteedp would tle-etroy all ve1r-
minii. g 1t'ri of di-'isa etc.. and later
in it'h evenin!. after discussion it
was ordered ttlat a )arrcl of Li> gal-
lons at S1 a gallon be purchased on
n60 days time and that if not entirely
satisfactory it was not to be paid for.
The report of the finance commnit-
tee was read and bill- approved were
ordered paid.
John B. Vaughn and a committee
of citizens of tne county alppe-ared
before the board and urg.-d the build-
ing of the new hard road on the vast
side of the railroad.
Capt. C. H. l'arkhill and John
Massey as a comlnittee from thei
Chipley Light Infantry asked that
lockers be put in their room at the-
armory in which uniforms etc..
night be safely kept, also that a -ta-
tionary wash tand bi placed in the
armory and that inmor lienlieihs be
provide. Thliey rreiuepted that a
committee be appoirnted to investi-
gat:, the ni'ces-ity of these things
that the cominniittee be given author-
ity to act ill the, matter. C(iairnian
C(od a pp.ilt ied Coiminissionter-
Johl:i- )ni alitd \Vlh as such col:i-
Initttf-.
lliliv nit approved by thile fiiiince
conlmnittee w,,r- reftrr'ed.
Tl'he collector's list of poll taxt-
eollIi tted wa- pre-einted and( ordered
.ii. l, .
Tl( h!)I;ds- of Hlovkin Jonl :i and J
Ii. (iriinlir a- jiistices of the pI)-a('.
antd if It M. hu- lhnell, ,S-iiU I
P'-co.. Jr., :iiid R. A. French at- ltn,-
tar:s pinh)lie were approved. T'I-
iond of J. M. Co,' as notary public
not btinog pr.ip'rly filled out wwa-
iorde' red sent l.iack to hini.
:t'he bill of their 1e'ti-aeola Infiri-
:!y for care- of Frank rinlnis w..-
.:ii: in prn -ented and p;,\lil t ai;iill
retfui-id.
Tl'lh' ('itlliitt& tio lh:iy out tlie rno'l
from \Vard & Hollanlid's re-portild
and their roiid was ordered ol li'nld.
T'lil petition of Rev. .I. 1. McCtif-
ferty thit the ladies of St. Mic'ltia-l'
chuirchli he allowed th- utie of tih, ar-
in',ryv for holding g a l)a7za;air from
Ajn' l I-' to 2:1 v.'was jr;tittel.
I'i,, p<-:;itoiii ,if t1. F. aid (;. I..
H all f.,i -i. tinit t'o s ll W ili,-- a it
liqu'.ri- iln pr.-cinet 14. wa oii lieretd t,
t-k it- r ,.r il:;iar cour,'e and I). plu i-

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


Big Bargains!
IN DICESS (OODS. SILKS AND SATINrs.


Big Bargainal
IN TABLE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!
IN LAID IE 11_-I1: CAPES AND JACKETS, AND IN LADIE.-
TA ILOR-MADE 1)DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LA.\iI-' SIN.K -\ND I;RILLIANTINE SKI!rTS AND L.\ArI
EI.ANNIL A'D SILK WAI.ST-.


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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


KANSAS CITY WANTS IT. I


WHIM-WHAMS.


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A AVhA'NING To MANKIND NOT ~
U-03L WITH SCINISCE.

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unt v!u.ravIty. tusedtito rvt~iark,
I ck-ant allswor',r ot.his ruth.1 hu.Iitt an
for % 'u(.1-161. i-why. Smelltdayi s ic will.

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rual ws 1tt, loitr (or all flt-a.heavy-
wpigh: I.. N~tot:a tigh.ter usamong IIthems
s1i.I%~ti:1111 aaoi-.t hnhimlr iIhres

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Opi -tT- .s.~ sL~.atI
V~uiin plrbyi-cians are cordially


Declares She Will Secure National
| Democratic Conventlio.
Niw Yoa,. Feb. 13.-A special to
The Herald from Washington says:
Before Mr. Bryan lIft Washington
Saturday he held an important confer.
ence with some of the Dbmecra:- lead-
ere and it was decided thb: th'. t ; L3-
cratic natiouai convention nthmild ta
held prior to the Republican and Pop-
ulist conventions. It is underetool Mr.
Eryan ts anxious that his pariy hall
tako the field first, announce its plat-
form and prepare lor tao national con.
nt b'-'4.h-3 .p::?A rivals formally
UCiAar c [as cam pi.upgo intentiocs.
Notwithstanding the assertion by
members of the Democratic national
committee that at a receat conference
at Cutciwo it was derlded to hold the
convention in Milwaukee, theie seems
t,) bie a disoitioli to rescind tlat action.
M':ssourt represouratives aeclare Kansas
C iv will wre.4: ti; pr.zo tfrutu New
Yo: I, liiwaukee, CLaicagu cr any otneor
city.
I'o ssibll| le For lloenl iDer'err.
1VAs:IMNCTON, Feb. 13.-CoIsul Gen-
crai .owe of Cape Town sorvud cou'ce
c:',,n Amerian u:zuu:acturers through
a report to tIe buarau nof lore;'n cum.
L.rce ', thLat a- huo.i as the war 1.1 South
Afr:c. is over titese will be a bom
wvhic will afford many opportunities
for iue intrioductxon of Ainer:can goods
aud Americant enerpr:ses. Tue coun-
!r.-" w:.i then i :,b-4 cort of ,tupple&. be
'.:5ys, particuiar.yv breai-tutiat, autd in
-i ;; tboir (direcicub .b ie demtand will
l.- ". Vo .as. tools aud harness
v. .i i-. tis '"d; iiuI':! furniture i.,As
L-.n ,i'..tiioyel. ,aud tise c',nntrv wilt
.nl.u tiilo (, utle t-s l s required Ly
;unu t-":j!g ug; r i;t a2 war.


A %v Mai II, uhI .AI.1t) nsa.




11ed iu~l L'sowti u.4 tho W. A. 1Haudlev
2d's 1) H1.#Au a isced :or iout n*a'.>i .'tuic~oI
io.- tliti ga;2i. A'~uti wotarLw 11115
~:rowiJ i l)~w ii Lia tosx Uayd.

W A`sti'.u.'roN, Ye b. i_". Secretary
c;.;otouiy d .rected roilt were be cov-
vrca Li tue treasury to tue redit of ('ou-
:-',erlC*1 funu ; ilAJ rect~eii dfruusuu'I uiecio.
).2 *it.1ii 2. 'i~e uinuiout biaScti ueen1*l i
a tziue truo:.- -rv it r several weekI4 petit.
I1 iu0 posPiat'We a;it-1vLAI of boroitdi Uf~rwau
L:.u rdlraizbg r. out ast Ua~dt!fL45 no;
:1 i~sut's.*eirt e a CUd

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c.uoii Fr 1'.ymtiran
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a ~ ( .tt1lii ;iiutcy aaxd J inutrse,
invauti' rvai:.eJ .inugtstouutewti lii. 10,
v.;s i tt30 ccitnniloai to) iI.ixtuck oi
it'uist rw. tiwiug toLL);s e...~t8.ui tiiii


THE~
A'1tVANI .NG
C1,r11lH Foil.


CATARRH


CRTRRRII 9ES


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Sou.1wn i nteii, Lunubri
tinn pally
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Trw ii-'fewbnutuu.t IsumitasP. 1ItfinI-'1 IQ.r-
jiuar.'d I.p app.-ar toI III-t oil[.111 tilt-it il -"vit
vidi't. Moasdm% th it fith day ofi31March.
A. 1). Iwo
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4 'l.-rk 1,( 1. hot.Circi'ta Olurii
B\ II t- li. ludidaIi. Dputj* ('itrk.


TH I


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


A Gallazy of Jests That LovWer@ Of BHu-
mor should Enjoy.
N o,. Hortense; the brave firemen are
not evicted whien they are suddenly
driven into the steet.

Mrs. Csriiiisconliva.-llas the ashitwnn
beva here to Illp~e I t shes today?
Mr. CritnsotibcaL-Yes; he was here
at L;I noeui.
1'atienu.c-Slue has a foot like her
mut her ta tiulic -raiut iniotlher.
Va.tIricE'- I suppijose it is what is
Luo%% n as a ihucal foot.
Shco--Yours frierusl w ts very esithisi-
astic over thle contcterit last asiqglt. Did
3,011 se :u ;;;-:.l ~isd aboutiit?

M rs.( ti'itlu''-P you believe
M r. 4r ( i.iualuak- W~ell. tno: there's
the 11zi~t ov e:- lia will. you know.


('I:iiio C -~ ~eII.yes; they have

's :Ilt i ei.-`- asked the srchool-

AssI)i Wuh!. 2- l si lilart cofeca"is

I !' ~~u 1': tl I.1'111ree n dsui
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LEWIS BEAR & Co. Wholesale Dealers, Penacola


SOMETHING NEW

0 ;EVERY DAYiC-


a.A. WATER, HALL & KLEIN'S


Batchc~ and Green


Grccer.


PHONE 172.

Cliic k i-is amid Co~ unztryV
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear ci Johnson & !on's Store,
[NTENDENCIA, STREET.








Palafox Street.



LODGE, DIRECT ORY
KNIGHTS OF PYTHI AS.
1'crisalcolla 14Iidgte.No. :1i. Kor all
m'i4' cv.rv m.ondlay .-v#.n-

Xttinz liethrt-n cordially
ecnit~d.
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K.ft. A 8.


Live Oak Camp No. I '~iodmtlziazof Ilie
'Wo rldi.
-t and tiinrIl riulgv rtght in
a Hllv mvi)',!it W. WI5 '0 *. WAT'4 i'.rt
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C IATI()N.
O~fficc or 0- "Swur.'sary sit ('iuter'K
IMIu't! fi iItme.
unti. r,'*~Isc- lu g11off th.' I'rt.%,d,*r.
T'll- u.* a 'i' ,*,t. us. uts. io to
tho- t r.tIe~rveq of t h ~se uin.
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Sve r~taI v.

PROFESSIONAL CARD.

DR. Wx. C. Dzw1LLLimR
OFFiOE-Iannah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENCE-400 E. Jaokilon Stilpe

Wmn. IP. Marean, M. D.9

Hauomeathic Physidia ant SnreaD,
Late of Ocalla, 1Fla.,


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*J'olepxhono 1008.


XWlPatio:).. New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
their Iiinn:ir -u St)ock.


Cold Weather
Coming. S n I
or tsr', ust I-Eu4 ii ii vanr hin tie-lir- t
1 II )S) ari' W" wail 'flti you t
(or lirntiug lsurpo~es ttt 'aoaie.pc-.

JIOMPSOrP, Olserq El Qo..
I a.'-lr" IIa

Coal and Wood.
I Iffice anti Yarit. 14.L. LComrer iZarrago-3-&
andRti I asroasd St reet.-.


-JOHN PURDY, -

Foundry mIachine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JlFFERSON AND PINE S:rE.T.jS,


Pensacola, Fla.


ATTERN' '\ Car \Vhea.-, WoV dI and iroti Pn ll*rl Hi"nter-. B.x"-. Ete M t;n-
fa.ctured t ) Order in First-Cla.-s, Workmanlike Manner at Reit.an-
ble Rlate'.
Dealer.in Maohinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Statiouarw and Marine Application.




McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

vj^ General Metal Workers.

L..ahfactmo Of ad NeadrWrs fr the

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Tutpenline Still,
C OMitfts a 0 ad, M rpkbh th = c. |


Offers his professional servtcq to the citl-
zo-ns of Pnqitt'ola.
pe"ial attllentlon given Io th o tre-atnent
of Chronie tl.t1-wa-q1 and IHle- as f t
Women and Childr,'n.
'hirt' Year raIIr-f i;ce itn th. I u bh.
Office Houri:-' :t. ii ti o 12 In.. o p. Inm.
Residence Phone No. 2&).
R'.ntr-inunt RutlvIinr-olonm A

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Mu: ai: Temple. PhMoe 364. :- -- t


GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE


-IS AT-
The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


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Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
RFPRFSENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEFkDINE FIR., LIFE. MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
CURANRc COMPANIESS. . .. .

alioera AleBis of fh Eitabi"
T-if'o levamiAA OnAinua


MOBILE, ALA.



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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.

Telephone No. 46.



-- -THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRAlNDS OF+-


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of' the Board tot Public mm-t ructIOsa
Iram Xtwth lndimg SVI, 71b, 1900.
jea&.&to baistne.tn hand 5SW"396
Jan z;. to ca-u Ir.oika i PAl-
~emt rits,. 4.011) 40
Freb OS. tOta -a-.Ii -rem ta
cml fund l ...1~ i
Feb 7.iiii-aiafrontI
ema~'..tax Of m#t7 4 7
Fog.. 7. t'i cu-li irnum [*At-
0Mhcre.-,tax Of I1411,re
rqob. 7 t1,j cab fr-i~ei t
emboreal. tax of 14',- 1 1u17 41-P'i,411 K;
CR51 livFoLLOWlING WAm.iN'TS P'AllI.
tqcwK. F'. Ward. nut-agev and
per mit-nl aS Ia-tut-r 'of
Is-mard ....... ......... S too"
1211. #.,t. Wardi. wtood i..m

for scheep( A'c
ISi~j J..ff*ervsnai m lc.ul -
ugwuoPd ftvr I.01u10.1 N (17:1 1
%- j4 4 (wiik.6-1 w 11-ii
%. t. .1 r pay ir
a~momber of board .
piano sch1oil -NoI .. :.
12', -..k...LAI t ~~r .
1Wl.II %Pit-. prkrtiting
for jA:t-i:Alte~nC1r'it
i2~h e 34 .tiwri-. h.IAworik

on booak elt"'" .uI"01 '"No1
11%tIM'. A. Vi. %r 11"t"-. ;):y It-
srniMjjv:'0obllit'~l 1
Nostd
pojr childI
su ranettseb;J1PI-No:: ll
and d.'ak mtSfAor .. 'i .
wood fiat -' 11001No ?
19(ogt' 1. 1I. I?. ,-wart. wmx ,ra Vii
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teacluer'- slary 17
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teache.'.. sala ry : -
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MARITIME.

ARRIVED.
It hk Steinvors, ;ix, Bczzl>, Pernambuco
to Roaazou Bros
SAILKD.
Br as Hannah M Bell, Bernard, Hamburg I
Br s Ariora. ?mlth, Havr.
It bk Prosperla,. Dodero, Newport
(CLEARED.
Hr ssi Hantish M Bell. additional eargo
for liiianturg. t.,-qh laleos cotton. 411. rd
batle cuttmor. -.5 ci lard. 4.41 secks c s nreal.
3Nw bbis flour, 1.7:l pea oak staved, ,;7 pes
walnut logz%. valued at $",14:3
1lr s- Iuirtunor. 1*42. Basi. br Hnars.
TDunwiady& A 'o, f tr F-camp. wit hi .T -, 1: s
ft smHWii tiillber, oiU,toU It lumber., va: rl'd
at $1'i.s77


AT QUAIRANTINK.
It bk Tr. 'ito. Ue17 ~ardm1lla, Huuavia'. to
Haar-,, Iulawisty & Coi
NotrIrk He-hour !A Nielsen. Ilavre. to W 13
Kei-ter & d'0
-Nor h'Y~ee.I3i utbr.Live'rIooI
to orle'r
'%r t r,k uibortt 8 raftton *.o;. Jensen.
l'oauetir yin Ii aa'e to, 5 14 o
lIi'.rtleprrml i' t Vi.IW1,%k*I t t im'to t t
%oir ha. i l'er.t1'Andm'iton, Ctr-.t"tofl
Noi. I~kon 1.s'.V-Ilow. 7, '-vmndsm'n, 11am-
bu r,, to 4W. ft ..er& Cmo

THLE SHIIPPING.
VESOICUS IN PORT

-fir (Cairni.' a. 1-14. Andcrsion, to Batars.
Br Dar? otsoam *Ili:%. n-. ld fiat Fe-camp
Get-t M t i .,.-. A .'uri*toiuars. Diun-.
H-r Mtt-iia. !.74.. tIt ti?::rie-, teloGUtlf Trunmi-.a
C.Ii
I-*rs i: B!"Il4!1 t. 1.1. (_on- et'oto iulIVfT r t siu t
i 15
A.lI~t irlil::. !-.Cot''o'. AclA. to t.uif
I IA vo .l11TIf .A If 34 C0I
''1 aio.d*-ca.1.t-.7ir. mi ltvtm-ti o Ifii
If 1:-aye-

So w 3lr M l#'i.-1,'I,.I K ra -.tle )ta odmeIt-i
%o m ~ rar i.*111.1 iL:. -'bA'tzwi;u-A'(tre11 11
BIaslt l~ c~
BARKS.
firtmAanar' Illng~ay,.,,, q)tt ,r'l-.uli.to Bmtars.
%,I),'A i..'orl:. :ilf.--, oitrtnnd--ni. to S14SML(ra
1As u-trallin.1. I- tIeiidr-. ii. .'trli't
It Aoa,Nt A i ) ottfritAni is'-.. 'I' iiz laifo
Trinidari toi i-r-ie'-
It Avve-zirv mio77, A1nragivr. to I :;tars,.Piun-
wo-Jy & (Co
ittiufatn ittina !M!adr e', 7-C. ciaccaratia cid
fm'r Ov;e'AC
It hver..agl kert-. 1111., Clistt. to Baat", lDun-
.%etrlimit re. 7.'.Ltrie'n. to W L Wi'tiA. i
4-4 0
Iwo;iC IIolin~i. 4'7, Aktr!.'rl ld, tau10 'r'iu-.acolt
U,; rmilIP- r 4.Co
Nor i' ii ly. ""2.I-i irI ek -e'n. clot ful *Itteiutos
Noor 1,iLav Guaa1' s. :--7,. .:a'otown', *to IPen-
Sa (-41al.wt l;l:imtwr ti
Norear !trirar,'Ilir I Lar-.e-n, to WVIS
Keyseru-u & Co
Nm-i'tI plhli'a, 1-27, 1.'1'r-e:, to I'cn-:ucmdl
1.ht 4 m
i.Cus i a..7 '. Ird~r4 Ut ooI or. l (r~o

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jbi i'l' ; : ...&:- ,`4 1, V %AL e. ui4 rtHav.an~a
TCLKA1'bLU AND FAILED FOR PEN-
ISACO LA..
6tTRAV%"mli PS
Ft~rrmitin. Bri, i~~e~gllainbur2_
.1 allm _
Iti. tiia. N. r, .7.,Mart: in-'n. Id Barry.
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.ti~l.Zi-!. ('..-r. ;Iom I'litifIIac Ja'm 0.1
BARKS.
AiigeIhi $lhiA~lliup. it. -slot .Vjt'u':l-.11-luCIAn '11
A:ii'.-'aA:'. Am'tIe-. It kimBi 1rkeneiiie It~Li.hi 4
.4val1-, Nuor. 1" 7. -!d Anitwerp Iawm, It
4.~am .It. "-'. -tel Hailer'-'luina Janu ti
I Wi~~I1:a. ti'1. 'Id -Hl l? I Janu I
Iello 1' ,rnnIA. I t. 1.1i5m' 1.'ap- To iii i-

Einiar'~~iam-2r Iui.N or.V.14. mttkAlAl %t-rp
I a..C I I
Fliver.et N rt. -rd P-mu-tlotJ.an e6
F. ri trep, It,.-14T Iudius IhoC _1
I'noilaliiIt. rt oll SatSl-'. pt I'_. ashore
Noiv Iie-lit orr? Ifit'.ii
Vrtizvn. S\a".. 7'. -:d truimdete lIe 2'
Wm A im!. N or. .Pp;. -Id l .t'ro ..J ay 14
k.,ler, Nw. saul Pr-stun lee-c 11
Joihanlm igoi'n..Nor. '.AmIChisti.tanuand Nov 11)
.1 olhatmn-. Nor. s%141I1minslam tr ereI-cis
1.4suiise. No, t, !m! LonadonJtin 2-1 i2
lutigam -"FI. u.sid Lezhiort iDe-e 21
Liins. it .il. V-101G"tA101 Nov so
Mmiapooro. Smer. alIJ 'ltl'mTotwa .Inn 5
,Magmdaleni. Nor. 1030. 'id hLe~ih IJuiy 11
Marcella. It. '.11 Hamburgtm. Nor.- 2
Norway. Nor. sidI (ret-oacklDe-c 17
% i't t Ill Lolidi "ll .1 air *---
4 lIgi. Rum. a. 41 I'a allice Oct 22l
) ua.-re. I t. W-. i.-d Hilt-'noigAv.re'q SAjtteI A
i-sola Miaidre. It. b.i. sd Attim-.erdatn Jan A0
Tulu. ei t e-try, MHr. sld IA)IIlttiiai.1%11 1
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'"ur P'ri'e.
On C:arpenters' Too's and Sh!lf
Hardware. at S. J. I-',e,-'. J.S. Rob-
Prt-' old stand. corner P'alafox atid
R m.nZ:a. 7f-tf

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our lhuise. We have
a: laru'm- a-- t.-o iti 'it of (f',ietlit-.. ledi
Liantwre-. Toil.-t .l t and Het' ro in
Suites. Iron Hedst-td-s at i ulp.
0. M. 'rttu oue
Bairgain Furniture House.


GAS






RANGES


spECI4L pOTICEn .


Oft (17' 4 W@OD.


M o)NFY To )1.15.%%' (IVPEIL.a'.A 1,
titoepetty A ppal' tea A. A. -. lier, l"4h.-r
building., Palafux "Jt'41

1ousn negotiated, 6 to 8 per Cent.
~'Binkley & Daniell. 1113"t

L OAV9 ~AT I.o~wEF It ATFS OleIN-
1Tl'RE-Ir CAN N;lAYS HNKB Oi-
'JII,)tYPARTIXS IVNitOt
bECt'KITII.5 By IALLItNOJON WIL-
LIAM FlISHfER, 2l'lq!2pl5OUriI PALAFOX
81 :IE .r.
FYOU WAINT 'To) BOILRO'A' 34NEy
IinvestI-mt hula. jn*A al-ireyour property. proa-
cureltructsrt(If tuofIitll.-,buy or a-Il re-aI es-
ratsA. rrr.!afproperty titjally de.,cription. at's
rents collt cted r o:' t titXC.' attezid-m 10.
cail on omar atdulre,*o smlp...S'. IA tt.on & coa..
Real J'-.ttme amd Iii.urmtin'r' a. ts. Pe-ia-
cealf. Fau. oUbmAtm-s mte auuue-li~itto.To Cv~tryoiiI
wh Io tu'. S a lot froimiUt We.,iiwill A ill flMoney
wall? iilu'a cli to h.)Il a it ii' it


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ItEMAL fiiEV WAN'EDI POLITICAL IOBICEIEf
iANTED-Women to bind dreas shields I
at home. Steady work;distaLncenods- d i.
advantage; ast your dealer to show youSh
Kora Shields and KornKiasp nose support- I hereby annouetO myself' a car:
ers. Kora Shields snap on waist without for Bbertff of ieambla Count%. n..
sewing. Send 10e. for cataloguC of work. speictuly sk the support or my tr
Kora Sbileld Co., 55 BroomeS street. New andvotorbof thec'unty. Ifl i
York. l4flw discharge thedulesa of said.olte fitT.
'fairly and lipartially.
B()AIIDIi711'M WANTIE1. W.H.Hi rk.Ai-
r oIAN'T'l)-One gentleman boarder. at l'e W Seriff.
TV ir W. Cbe. street. lf-tf
....-- I hereby announce nm'elf as a 1" '
for re--ect'licit to the office of sh*,'I"
I['C^IC'. ecambla county. Florida. and wi, tU.


1)eF Zv.KE~d cuitrias for violin. piano,
P L'an~doli n ni foretan langtingoa in hb14
now studio iJ West Kelmotuts ttreetC. tor at
Miss Ca~wtlltLI'!o coh'.ervftmry). Private
jet-ons at Jj~ji'p re~sicitice; marebestra and
engemblle.prmetice~.jIld-if



, VC rFL4)%%'j-AZIS AndtI IirJ L.grl.'-
rJ~peetai5de-ali~zvi nrdere'i Imr eutl~omflr%.
hMissV14sItte Mreo.M esfl,;Z At G (retirry,
phone2 2i. .dn


DONVEPW~MS F('ItFUNER.4LS furnis~hed
pro titpt I v in lwqe'mUt- orsagasittl d"-,.i qn.,4.
Phone ;:."i. .ili



M and (Ienler A in air ( l'1in It-4T'roil.tt
Article3, Haiir Q11, etc .. 3z:V I. (jovvr1nwtiit
street.


atEHNT uil;il-e. ii'ienrith ve.. killer
I I1LX I .. 7 romimm- tjihI~e oi iI large ytid,
All Connected mof) lt.csir L~tivflio.ir L. AjN. % TOS. C.WATISON & (OM PAN V

.R.eady for TUse O iE' ,- Nv. iefrni-it-hd roomn- vi- a Ftt RmilrdlP n ental
41,1 ale ~or hout-e-pnizin rivte Agento, NmSouthPAlifflax Sgreet.
fior . all.. ra wlX. riii1oi~t ST. ~I* Penhaeola, I'horicia-Del) illgeI iriro
Apl oHo it flf- ,uJ7rpi on (lamc
4.,.I raila,. .if'1ia Ii.1 i fle- 425---N W. f'iltferI U t -id Spri:.rcI :.ug

.f (i-N.-\)3114 Momit Ii .\ -1i .. Srnoti.*
t)IL ~A.L.1. Si -No. I 1" Wm..t Aiont~r-. r a'
S %~ 'lI -it'iz- I* ug.y aind l iaruiess. S"Nmb 11I;; tii-st I~ri..tM.' ~qf
inoiato. N--N aur lrent.. 'Iii, 1iii ,cJ
i: ;i1i1Y;: I If~i'.~ .. -'*ii .j I-* nat H"' %m" .. 3 nri i.4.
Ilt .E .~ iEN IA ~acre fNrni. ~ m.I.2 E- i.t:.in .
1011-- Ui%. ll akIik 1,(Jfuf iit tre,'. .ApJviy 'oto ~
I-i. ,&n.ii 4 ri ,wt n. -U i-et Loke. for iriftr- S.ra
IAAILUlor dmrc'..S. 3 er, (Jlivo. Flai. $.te0...&%rn,-r T1;jk l ~ d 'Ari-!It St%..:
rq I'Pu-No. 121 F a -r %I-i-It KIt.. t~ n e4r0.mr Pill.pe.
ML AL -M 24-101-," ral) ia lru-t $.i,-M..Utlli-\i lvi\ s-t., near ura '

To those new corners ll g j :1c-na~ou ( ico..rCan ybe ).3rd .t ory (if 1i -#1ti: -JlouIItIt Buidin g. for
just setting up house- coi.,an ta ag~. dlth? :,rd l-is. tor 4lx- r-t".:utlal J-iulllditrg.
keeping these Ranges ~ ~ .-h Io eial osIf a&smem li.'I wr- 1-I -rig is dIetiiri-mi m'aII at our
I Il i' IY 011 t iia.y frnis. by I(tipFi-her offivo ano '-": i ;hilm ourlrim-t tie~oy il.
~~z It.~~~-ul E-tatte Avienlvy. 1..little Wilson, Man- whie h er 1 I~ iA tlt partt, (f t t.-
are just the thing. gel.r.-11;1;; Stiutbi' laltfox -Ltreet. 114a 1In (I Idr%'. W Iwdqurt 1s r1-4rg~It5IIi

IuS ir F-111"%'[I I-Ve rI .'ll n pr lo-k 'tevet

I fit, it r" f 11 1 AtI. 1 0 1V.. ot- yo
theni or dro us a card1 NgltCIN4; "A lii' E *. 'li TTIMissdU
W A N'Pklied tioreniili: LI . l IIu c iii;-tr ,V (A p o pp. uy
Cala ndd Exi all in e you.al

them.or drop us a card i af I 1A., I.,ill I.1iii l


I ~~~'ANTE)-.I on: r mt ur 1 7 till
7 ~ wh~i~y bt(!AV. SJA illeDMN 14)1- ~ xm, 'ii ~m~fo J
~ \yAN~..... anbi. AlIIIitcv ;xda~t

f I L z 1I ud 0-t taryo r

p[N8I~(II~ ~ft~ (W) -j,h;L\;fi i;ii a. -,5 tuz Ap. M 2lI toVIC..eu- iorrib for

AreA lur oslaovo:, hr, tI.riJAtt, ) Pell .k.. 1i 111
'Tie
1 1 A i N\-. A I N 'A ri I I i. tt e r 'e f r I ie w i l kl! he a n d i :1 tici fo r %ptl h u l
II-''.' a-r-;'s: '3 fi i r~tViii. F-i-,'..ill-hu t h~Cue. 0v1arefreI titii i, h-v. r A l4lost

ag~~' "I""d' !L1,11rni -e.I tII P -. B-.. Ple It
aI rtvwI'e.,adbyW .I Aebre
i,;uneu.ce:atoc/P for qouBurn,
Nio. 3r S. rtalafodx Street,,ree- Willr

it o yicon ongti~e 111 h-l. rnipal. ighttLm bg s l t, l il01 anayitie ',.upt.',.ipa
totqLE('I 1! MI il.lowx, eOltc.,to o wth oui
0 111 I A t 0 tiiii-f0e S t e C t ,'
Atrane oninc6sosoTesets200 pe mo-h .rF v r
ea w I/ -ek. m.c Ent.ptirton.1 W:-tileeue nh.rh


*F. E. BRAWNER'S*K


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


Tiese Goods are all tlis Seasor's Buyirp agd will be Udloaded at aQd

10,f Below [rIagufaeturers' prices


"I .loz 1'~n-'Andti (ThINil.Y)'. "nif
%k miol IU ncle rih hIit-, rte UIa! 41'c 'aitlIuir

Blackiau(nd-ray;. PF.2 r-;me- im,"
r.'gUitir 1-' ,grit..fori sale
34uj:noi:.Wiwia. i,-torC, 1 --d)- n .uri,.-tr1.
lihit wno~l2 l"Pdr.- :,' -mr-,---lit.r
for i th %IV l, Per Ykalm



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toi.vel-1A'. for ein.% "to-, i tvyrd


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For Infants and Children. il -, :1 a
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105 S. Palafox Street,


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frages and interest of all my friii*i-S
(. e ao K -. t

For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a canidil
sheriff of Escambia county at tle e,.
elfetioD. J. C. VAN '
"or Clerk of the Circuit Ci ,urr
I harchy announce myself as a can:
for re-olection aos lerk of the c vmltr
of iscenibia county at the nsulig I.-
and ask the support of the vot-rs
A.M. McMII.i
lFor C'ircuitt CI*rk.
To the Voters of Ecamlhia 4 outity.
I hereby announce mniPif it ,al'-flln' '
the ofli'' it, c .-rk of the. cir'Iilt v-. :
I- 'amIII. Ja county anid \%ill be- Ilf;-. :
ltwivi. It. -.uepiort of n v friend,- a I
vitet." tizi',rally. JeIlN I'E i. l. -

kur TJa '.'ll C.:or,
I h-r'bh..- a i.ou *- n:.vw'!f i:' a cA .e i..
for re-election n- Taa t'oi:: itor elf I.. 'til
lh 'erouniv. Mnil ask lth.' support of 111.
frit'4ds and voters ge--rat.llr.
A. H. I'ALrIf ItlRTe.
'Fer Tax Collector.
The nmary friend. 4of J:tI,.' v. B. Ionif-t'
having obtainedl hl.1 '4ontieit horehby n -
niomn'e, him lit a <'ianlld(te. foir Tax I'oII.'i t
of Escambia county at thle ,lniu-imf 'eli- t .
MA.NY \ *r'iKf.
t' Thl' rlchat -
he 'ii-Ar i'.' K A tfr" il ri: At r-< ?.. i t i ' At \ a ;* 1 -
.,--.,r for -~"m'tn iiil i"'iA liitv. *-liiei't to i '
I.>tlmle of tI i. i,-eIa ii,'.itt inr I tI1ium r.'.
Fior Co Ulnt 'l'rasum eir.
I her.ttv annonin T' iiv'-lf :I. n .*irdrI'.
for rnl>o'i!n;lust ii" ;-& tr i rWrer of -*cainl-
fomil+tV. 1> 'r fft. t 'deci! to n t itThe. >i '.
llm*Iliocr tiht priiiitry l ae 'lllon. :ilaIl -sp. -
fit I v ll:'It t ii -> ,i'rt of t4 !i f #r- *,.f
Cruntt |iv'l ,inlis miInv-elf ir the- flit'r- t
-1niI fitll- hfel | ri froiim'nmal of (lutv thl r
ht m ItA \ ....r- >oltuiti .l luriig niv I r,-
tel-drt, of tlt-he* ot, e. J. W Ya.A .a:


1'..r Se-Isq. 'I Sto pori nteoid Post.
To the % t.-r4 (of F. el ntiha;i .,Iat v:
I fitretiv an nomi nee f a f.1maid ida* p.
Mu p.rl neenile-ni titFi 'i. ;e I n*t rut IlIon 14,
;-Ca"IM V-1C4ijft v idtii lk he- auI.,.,rt of n. v
frieiids. and i rtterr.% g-.nt4 iA.ya,~.

I-or Suporlnwn.Icenr o~f I'shi~v it,.
vit rvit metin.
Tioto ~.tbp ..r% .4 f I enltfhiS 4-'ez n t
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A*i ct jion 4)t h" ol rle.tq. 4)f coil aty I i' ;pi-r .-
0"lit tt OpJublt* ale trili'tlIsvn all waill
pit-aftsil to ha'.. tTht- Atrpport 'if my fri.:',
:4 i PIvotcrt r o ,ia,'r-milv mat Iht-e umt i.)4a t~
craitic pra imar*.- t1.-c I II1. N.1:. Co, i K

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THE CRUCIFIXION

OF PHILIP STRONC
BY ~ REV.( 11 AS. 'iT -'.qj. IDO.N
For rMale t Ct 1% 'I If ( IM Iv'S' N'A.






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Pensa~fcoh la 6m'..


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4111vl for debts Cottractse.4
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Our Best Red 1 Roy ,,
Patent is the best fo.ur thu
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Forget.Ile .ot i.s one
the best BreakAfast Food '
the market.
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Standard .1iUlj Co. and /-
sale l/ .1'ew Orleans ( ;
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For Sale.
Steam Sae lill ,,! ;
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galvanized steel roof. i"
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:

1111terod R1 t be Kpo-t ltTI(-at Pense ola.
Fla.. agI oeild -clap- nmat14-1.

fez stretI. up-btair-.
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Terms- Invariably in Advance.
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examiniwit and wberrceptimaitcr. wiill i~e ii'.f .
upos epa&'c k-r GENERAL ADVERTMSI N,-

PENSACOLA. FEF. 14 1900.


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v-oters of the paity really bo stow, in
accordance with states inade up by
tho party leaders. The idea appear
ta be th:at those who do the Voting
should hiave something to say about
the candidate. s they vote' for.
T te' Neuw'. doii ot I w I it-ve'in c~iian-,! r,- .41

jirmei'; 1,,. tut uv wi.. .tn mwy- to):-ri~jk! ox
tit- facttlhut I~ln ' re : 77i.

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Hon. W. S. Jenninm:-' gubernato-
rial candidacy i- to be given a bi-g
boom this week, Mr. Jeiuints' cou-
-iI. lion. William Jenzuins Bryan.
i- to vi-it him at Brooksv"iile Friday
lind remain sevetia! day-a l his guest.
From Florida MN. Bryan will go to
C 'oti.;Ibihn. (~0., where hte is ,oke'l
to ple:alk Ftb'h. "2". 11" maitv inl-
dicelt-l t, iiak-" two or threi ,p-eclie' s
int Florida during: lis -taiy.

Tihre woere f. r c i n;dil:tte- fioi

S"i: : : .r l it n i.'!l n a l i
r. ;'rte'l hi- (':tinpai:ii. pro,'ee.dinii
S' t:i-fctorily. t Ve l'rai oif tt:- ot Iter
!" :!tt 'aild to- iT',1r tht:i:t ,dli, '4 A were en-
a.::t,'l elsewhr,'. "1 tli:i't .'-e what
,1lI tlhe-s, fellow-,ar" tryin- g 1 t e-.t iny
otEii foi.'" said i-eorie Smiith,."1
haven't said yt that I did iiat want
it."

It i. 'tated tl:hat E. Ward will
not t-- a candidate for r'-,-I ,tion as
a member onf the seho ol ii.tr(d, but
lii- friend, Judge (;. M.. entryty ofi
liluff Springs will miiake t;h.- race fol
the olliee.

It i aid that Profi. T.ite wv;l lConi
better the race for- -ti;:eri;.t' nd. itt of
public inllstructionll-.

K|nowingap s :sV ;il! t h-, emidi-
d( itt for ,!ilerilf hav,' not yet twel"
tliiannoiincd. T'r.- r e i ot!h -.,

Tl'e first "nmud .i!it ini "I': o, f the
C'louty campaign to i)k ph;;c.- early
thil- wo-k. C(':ndidate MC illani.
who, wants all hi- orirr tio know
that he want- to li- rec-el-etet, cl-1r k.
wa- olit in hi- b gii..y' in tthi raiin
-''torm makiit a calnva -s aillino tthe
icounlitry voters alitd iii bac.ik witl
lih s i w- m it-of lotht- lbadly.-pi,.tli< d
witi tie otieky u1id.

.41John WNV lsI i- ,i- t I I;ii
activee anlid valuable in- ril-i' l thi
hboi:ird of counilty t niil.ii--:o,:i -. Al-
thougl h nlivwly ill -if p' iblic :.ir tir l:a-r t i.' ,t in : uin' i-
lin'r ;that pr )ve- hli; a il)ii-y t- o t:1ckl'-
t h1: kln tti-t p'ot lemi- t;..'i 'rte [ lit
t;. '!i- ,.lv.' for ~il\ ifi,.

T !he ,iu<-tion is l ij iL i.eil.l:;!i!- y
-k l: W ho i- g oini to, rii lt l- thie
ier islatili '.' 'I'll-: N -I- toldi th it
, proiini -nt youii attoi)ny vN ill be
oinlt of t'- candidate-.

A Nihlit of Te'rror.
"Awful anxie-ty w:-; fit for t,he
widow of tlie lrave (Gen.r:tli lliLr;-
h im of 4Machiia-. Me., w't!-i, theli d(c-
tore'- -aid hle cmul: nolit liv- iti' iiiu in-
in.." write-s Mrs. S. H. Lin n, who
attend,'it her that feaif:al nii.ht. "All
t lllout:t !-te 11u1' 1 )oo1 Pi't uminia., hbut .-!ie ,r-e 1 .,r l)r.
i{nigi New Iii coEvery.-a.yit: a it ii
liori'' ti!iitn once '.-ived hr lit *. a'.(d
h;il cured l K: in-f <"('o !i-ii ; I rt '. .\1-
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Plroceedint t *he I -gilar M nthly
Meeting Last iMght.
The regular monthly' meeting of
the county commissioners was held
last night, C chairman Co. ly presid-
ing.
After reading and approval of the
minutes of the pil-eding meeting
the commission ii .f the newly ap-
pointed member. Jolhn (.T. Welch.
was read and he took his -eat as a
member.
Chairant Coily announced the ap-
poiitme:.: ,,f Co:mmi--lI-r Welch
a1 1 Ill lm em ber ot the" it:ai:ice ( 'i it1it*-
tee :t;il ;,. t!le !e .!'-"r i'i halti f
the e iuIt'.t farm :it. jail.
SM-. S..li ef t!o VeWst IDi-infectant
(',. l"d :,'- cdl t!:e bard relative to
t'; 1i i't-. of a dijinfectlanlt s,-ld by
'i ',"':i iy f i,. ,' ii s l :is, w lihici
I,,' ;.*il'l!';lili+ + wli',,ti .l d tl tro ;a ll v1 '-
:init. .t tl I i i-- -. le* .. and. I tl late-r
in tII t ve lliz i. aft-r dl" ii-l i-I.i-n it
was ordi-r,-d that a bartr if, Lo gal-
loni- at '1 a gallon he pIurch cha:el on
0W days time and that if p it ,nltir-ly
satisfactory it was i'ot to be paid for.
The report of the finance (colilnit-
toe was read and bill- approved were
ordered paid.
John B. Vaighin and;i a committee
of citizens of tne ciiounty aiippea-il'ed
before' the board and irg-d tlie build-
ing of the neiew hliarl road ont tile east
-ide of the railro'id.
Capt. C. B. l'arkliill and John
.Ma-sey as a collillittoe from tiie
'Chlpley Light lnfalitry asked that
locker- bl- put illn their ronio at th,-
:irliiory" in which ui iformll-. f-tc..
miIhzt ho safely kept. al-o that a -ta-
zionaryiwash -t'illd bhe placed i the
atli ni ry and that liI'r-4 le ic!h s be
p'rivided. Th'l-y rteque(ted that a
committee Ie' appointed too inve-ti-
glat the nl'ceowslty of these things
th:l tihE (colilnlittee be givenl atlthor-
ity to act in the matter. (' `airmanii
(Ciidyv apiinted( Co'liiiiissioDer'-
Joulm-,nt ard We\l\'h a,- Such coi:,-
llittie'.
SBilil not approved by t:he tiln:lilie
conliiittee- wer- ref erred.
'"'he' cI lle'tir'" list of p>ll tax -
coI!i. etcd wa- pret-i:ted and ordered
:I,* d.
'I'llet !,rId-' of P,ivkin Jones and J.
II. i:;!'l illir a- jn-I ties of thil [p- anid of It .M litn-hnell, 1ttaiiit I
l':I-o'. Jr.. :111nd It. A. Fretcih a- inoi
tar;,e- public were approved. 'l'lh'
l, nd ,t J. MI C''w as notary public
inot li'n.l pr, p'rly filled out wa-
on,' red sent l:ick to hilm.
'l'l(he bil! of the I'en-itac.la Inifirm--
:t'y fior carf. of Frank (riiIles w;-
'Ia:i:l pr(-esented island p!Cuie-it aciii
rei iu-edt.
'ii. el'ntliitt'-e to IV out IthIe r -id
frioim ard & Holla'nds reported
and the rIoad wais ordered opened.
The petition of Rev. J1. 1'. M lt':lf-
fcrty th'it thep ladies of St. Micliae'l's
cli rch lie allowed the 1use of t1" ar-
llniry fior holding a baa:ttr frm
Apnl !'- to 23 was granted.
li' e petitli n of l I and ( I
11 Ill f",, ',"i it to sll w il-- :;nol
lIll',irs in prl'-ciliet 14. wa-j n leret t,
t : :. i1- r l'1I"r coiir t-1e (nd 1 put li-
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We kindly ask you to see us before
purchasing elsewhere.


Big Bargains!
IN DItESS ((OI)L. SILKS ANI) S\ATINS.


Big Bargains.
IN TAIBLE LINENS'. TOWELS. NAPiKNS. F;i .


Big Bargains.
IN LA.\ili: '--" ISL:-'. ('APES AND JAN'KET. AN IN I.ADI :-
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Big Bargains.
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HOMIE NEWS NOTES


"fi I~ -Pr ql oit I t9FUE ola #.Id t'ti
r' m d its M4 1i1t /t. *,,*-1 4 -,. 'i q sf h

jliF m1E 'JRAIN.-A Iatv train.
.. -I.#- tnoate. will lot- run onil ,e


t -fii1'w-uI this nt ~ofl-mrwith
..lie tnd erttiilen,2' # i ih-li-.rm ..
-(l-tom (il S~ ~t. V ..ezttino's~day.




ck( K vIW.% Vi.,. -T 1 Hi -I1:~
a Maiitf-. will L'i%.t- a tt
V... t i tho- ht#In at 9Iii! *i+i'wk t~o-
nn'I'~ i-ii.jit fear tlis ar 4,Ia. i?~ f
:,'- lgtl-t"---. CjIaz't-1 -are t vuti'odto

A Si'l)m:-.F Tire C(thoisue K rzi~hts
alid Llidies. of Amt-rica will give a
p-i)irpf- at ('. K. of A. haluuont -North
82otlovzi -;:reet Friday eveunitg. Ad-
.I-iton 2.-) -fentP. I{-fre-Shunect.t. will

A PI-i.Au(.-llil:\T-Wblt4- at
'~ii odii I~rt1ho.'uptiate rwck at t Rii-
-,Id w hat f lratt ight Jill"' 0 (iri-lna
Itrd.l-Il tind jAaatat'tllybrui-t2ed
isface a:id .ide. Ili-wu- carrie-d
Iii tn'itefr treatintti It.

trell. ttio.-xpqert phi'?'' narti-,t W! lor-
.,-''ianMr. ('awthou i ta- a card IinI ii-
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.--i-rp~uu~at#-uI hoi'iuiub#fain-.
t ~1 .- uf -unittu--r beingo.
N: A 1 If 1--iD A IPi it-y-A .-g:rti
.tu1 ija ur- cf(it ti arilnZ nb,m't
i.tl;" 11jAlld 4,1 Mrs*. S A. 11*11
v.irri.-r of W~racl,it imda(it;ialeo-
-tri i-ti at -coCIOk m-t Il i,-,!t
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SOCIAL AND PEONAL


MiAs Stokes, of Molino is a visitor
here to-day.
M. F. McCool of Keokuk, Ia., is a
guest at the Lewis hou-e.


a It. M. Cary lha returned from
T f^~ U Wa busine-s trip to Alabama.
I). W. Burke, of DeFuniak Springs,
is a guest at the Merchants.
n- f m gi ldtOd Mr. W. E. Avery of Milligan is
rp f i registered at the Lewis house.
Don't forget the mu-sicale at Clut-
Thf e Of ter's mu~it. lhal to-morrow night.
\1 IhlIYS ~efowe lhWi There will be a meeting of the
Thirty oS f hTl' lfe: Pens.,acola Light Artillery to-i,-igit.
Is a batewih menstrua- Jam-es ,ug -4 hs iugh: th'"
ftoi, l t Oneg WgOfa I boiler workl-,no lichtardn-,n'i n(id-
9nh aIlwl s t a'rd.
Nils WiolkMe IDnwa ftits w rVII. A. ('ali-r. of Clinton. Ala..
Si is regi-t,.-ld at tLie M -rhaat-. t.,-
O 1 mSO ath e day.
Mrs. Thorn and Mrs. (iordon. iof
Lydl E. PbWinka's VeetAc Compo I Evergrten, are gue-ts at the M mn-
house.
I 1f H. H. Sievers of Mulat and II.
SCO l9lli Brey of Milton are Liests at t:ie
L fro grated Lewis houe.
eOf course, :.u are going to DeFu-
WOniik $aturdyv. )Only 50o cents for
being prnlted In thle the rouna trip.
SE. A. Wil-',n. of Louisville, and
M rs... ff M. a ork, ot Franiklort. art guests at
i mrf n m n fity the Merchamts.
--t uSaI- SUoh letters.1 The W. I1. Wright cnipany ha-s a
Her oGunst Is safe OuggD new advit- isenli.t it: tills~is-ue of
sa. U always helps wo witern: to uilder-;.
nwi and wiffll help you, Al important m Ietetinr otf t' .
-s. Plaka 's al-" I will hi., ti-ld at K. PoI
Mrs, Pinkhamns a- ll ait :; o'cilcl t,,-,n,"1^t.
Stress IsLynaf Mass. She ('apt. (Chris ('orier hIa-s inii-ntly
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WV. J. tept liets olf DeFuLiniak
Spring-, A" N. 'ilrim:id .urvevoz.
I- a gte-t at the Lewis I~hou-c to-uay.
A c('eck for $2 -'),H in -iiurance on
t.t lite of th'e late F'rank Walter inl
ttiti Ktni.it,-s l lHonor, was received
to-da y.
Mr. anmd .Mi. Frazi,.r, of Ever-
green, Ala.. ai ivt d her'- ye--trd.ay
alttr iiool i an are .-' u ties t- at the

WValt II. B till. of Newark. O., the
barytone ,inger. arrivtd ye-te -day
;lltt-rnoon en rout-, to the-- Florida
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fir t-igii.Ot. att iwhichT)I .- r f 1 1E.I I Wiur

Tia', Hackirc- Co- ,, is I 'iile'of M ihihinl1,.tr''gut- at tilt-Mu-r-
ni liiiiVni[Ce too Vaol:-vi-t attn I oIih. catI :1'cly
wel t-'f iii-I re- RI* Y tn' k il. -a -a- J. 1). tnmd W. 1T. 1- AtrI d orif 1) -l lye
III (it'l olPAI N- K tI LIA.in aI .1Ifa all 4('- 1-art %-, AIX.n-I -pu--ttveh aao~tt
gasif war i i Iw at r unrII)i Ik eVP7 IIIIIe I I L !s.ajWtl~lIra-i.are gursnts
i coijr tr twil. toni will ba-s, nuprio-tI too at the t' rchmantn-.
ima..iii-. I nsist Ii'oii-g-ttlwtli- ie g IE ayE-ciri1n o i1 ie
titl. ~ ii! ii tV. i s~es ~ *(* awr daoof-or Ine beiiefP. tof tin' .putl-
ni un Ii. A\,i~l sih.t iinti-s thnt-ri- i..a;lic .'cliiiul iibrari-ypnlouioitieLi) be Vetry
W1i, $IIre Iain-h lir.I Dm aviis. Ilbtera.ltv jatauiazzedt.
M r. I1IL1. ) W#,V- A 'f Miztg-aui
MUSCA FOGR MTh,-i-r-rav itilt-r utiniuir.
%t'! iic-i yierdt afzt-i -itou nd I

Too be air ( 1.n 'nn e--i4 11;1'1 Th-Ii 4
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To those living
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
are indispensible,they kee: the
system in perfect order and are

an absolute cure
for sick headache, indigestion,
malaria, torpid liver, ccnstipa-
tion and all bilious disc;ses.
Tutt's Liver Pills

CIJAIIMAN IANIELL
He Was Elected by thlip Board of
Safety This Morning.
The regular weekly Iv -eting of the
city beard of public safety was held
tli's lc r iii with M -.--r Puit i::m .
Tobin.. VWhite and Mayt.r illiard
present.
The minutes f'of the last in-etin~,
were read and approved.
The cases against four o' the fir(-
mien for fighting, Dece imber 2.sth.
were disnmised. and thie case ;aIna.t
Fireman Farinas was continued.
The case against Officer Biline,
u.ing insoleat language, was dis-
Iissni d.
(Offilcer It. H. Kelly, cehar-ed with
failure to report for dnty .ianuary
.'2d, pitaded guilty, but ni.t wi!tuil',.
and the action of t !i marshal I1l
suspe-diin liiim was sutained.(I
Night Turnkey W. ('. White.
charged with neglect of (hidut.. l.
lockin g ul) a )pri' i-r wit!t a pit ;l
on is ip rs [,t Wa'- ord',r.di tio h. i. p-
rimanded.
O)flic'r i t;.-loy, cliar d with cti:-
(Iuct 1i lieo nl ;i lir ;il an 111 ,4fr1 irl
n ,lt-et of duty. ht:ti hi ';c c tiln-
U-d(1 until t,'-!nii rr w lli-n r, ,in t
tion ; i- a t ril orn the ta l).."
The lmoithly report El Ithi ni:!si:il
w;ts reci ivd. read and fl I...
An a t ropri:itioi nt ff2 I-t"h W\1-
mad,- oIr Joliu Mainn aid Fortun-.
Jone, s, as gi:uar.ds for tli ini:itri.l
coinmpta'y su-pecte'd 1'f -nm.llpox la-:
The report of tho fir, clhi'f vwa re-
ceived, read and Li!- d.
'The s1)vion -i Fir(mnan D -
nard, f-,r failing to report f,;r duty,
w,;1s snl 1ain, <1..
The report ,,f the c.iinnitteo on, the
extension of w:i,,r m tins iin tit-
weternt part of the city was re-
e(ived and lilt. (.
Contract for furni- i !t iia f"et 'of
new hose fio the fire d-partmi-nt \V I-
referred to the chairman to hbe sub-
Iinitt.-( to the council.
John Dulin was allowed nit ie
days' pay during; illnes- r-n-i itin-.r
from the fight at th truck hoou1- in
December.
A request by the Clerk's Vnion
for details of extra otli'ers onirirg
the carnival parade and ball was ru-
ferred to the marshal with full
power to act.
The application of Frank Mairi a
for increase in allowance for fe'diath
prisoners, to r"cotiup lo-~-s therp-on.
wa-< rIE frr l t to te c uitcil wi''h a
,,(<'.miliie)d, :ii )riont that, if l,>-.ili l,.
.ddlitionl allowanc- ho, made.
.I. K P. .1 liI isiin riin .',.l his :ip-
;i('! tj; l i r'! for a ,ppiI t: 'ntt ; -1 i tli.t-
!' 11. \'jl]:chi ,i- rutl- r, I.


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Don't miss This Great Tcmel Sale.


TA .I I D' I)A IM A:I H N.'p,;kiin to M e! fr.in ..................-..- 7P.-: to .1ce yard.,
TAKHl,I DAM \SK. Extra Heavy. l;"a:itiifiil )-in-..... .S1 35 and $1 75 yard.
I'NBLEACHEI) DAMASK. g lod values............................47'..c yard.
UNHIEACH I) DAMASK. good values........................... ..e yard.
UNHiEACHIEID DAMASK. extra heavy........................ 72'.c yard.


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NAVALj STORtES MARKET.
Reported Daily f.,r The News by
Meinua. A. M. Moem A Co.
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A\LL PRICES.


2'oIuioui & $01i.


H. Turner.,


-i-ARCHITECT*-
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General Repairer(

*; I : . M .- i (r t- 9 ti ,' P; n itia&. Wm V I.-*
(;a- "Fitting.
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. More.
"'Ar titi ) D) airn -, Estimates. Plan. and peciflcationir f)o: Build-
i:'. oft All Kind-, Prepared on Short Notice.


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
-OF THE-
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI ,,,TM,-.,,RI"T MAN ,, OFFItE -i. W .TV-
DAVID EDRERNENT HIT.. P FN:.-,PLA.. FLA.


2W^ M w. B. WRIGHT COGPAlY,

MANI IATI .ElES ANI IF I.1 IN

,, LUMBER, LATHS,

l ISAWED CYPRESSSHINGLE--UKll-id laps
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S, Saturday and Monday.


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Bargains in Table Linen.


o 0 PREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER.
O r Our :.' ... of ('.'ttrn E i', fr- t anl
t ] llai;k,,t- i- la'g,. 0
Sp ,ci.il Pric-;i' n.ak th i-in go Thi- W e\ ,. -1

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*)- .:_Sun Bonnets.A,4 _.
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S (;inz h'.n all -iz,-,.......................... 4 1

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900. 7


Son hedand HIS FRIENDS ARE


S$Sisters BECOMING ALARMED

m M WER Boers Will 0old Cccil Rhodes


f1 should bie used Ivy every
oman, man aiid #hiid det-
msinng a nch. Kft. lustrous
'apiwMnccof thvu ir. it
flrzrisjlw,. jU.t thewright,
'-f-Umulgatou to tWe hAir
Natural tloii of hair fl)Oiit-
urv it jin-vcni'. dandruff
and pr.~niaturv graiy hairs.
kFN It is te tw)u,oet r.friJiirig,
aem~ rv *n. fvilermatitig
\-dnrwi.-iw ut tx can Ise ol,-
Wtiaed.
/ /4'~ '~, Ifyourdetxler annnotiuy-
y~IlV yOU. Write to U!. ai,4!"4
,. '...p wil .to it tbat %quu ar-
suppijed.
Seven Sutherland Sisters
1I-I k--bru--& i-tret, !'New York city.
WE. ILUMEE. PeoE~acola. FIwi~ca.


THE HOUSEHOLD.


tevw to MmLv DipletIous fBonbons.
Htomemaadte 11&11( iair-lHow
to CeeL Turnips..

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For Indecmity.


BRITISH MORE HOPEFUL

Boers Raiding Zu.luiand and Driving
Off Cattle-Krug-r's (jinsi Are Im-
pleated in Alniost Inli.pasable PlIces
Around Ladymlibth.
LONDON, Feb. 13.-The war oflce has
posted a dispatch irom Cilonel Keke-
wich dated Sunday, Feb. 11. to the
effect that Kimberley was bombarded
throughout Thursday. Feb. b. During
the morning of Fob 9 a small engage-
ment lasin{g two hours occurred at
Alexanderaiontein.
A dispatch from the Modder river An-
nounces the arrival there of 1,4J0 refu-
gees from the barkley west district.
They had been ordered away by the
Boers because they refaued to join the
Republicans. The refugees reached the
Modder river via Koodooebertg.
It is learned that 200 B)ers were
killed or wounded during General Mac-
Donald's recounaiisance.
Tnere is no confirmation of the re-
ported sortie of British troops from
Ladysmiih nor of the outtlanking move-
lIuent.
Forced Boers to Evacuate.
A report comes from Durban that the
Britlih arttiiery lorce the Boers to
evacuate their camp o Howangwana
hill, south o Ccenbo. It wouid be au
important advantage if the Britibh were
able to occupy the Positiou.
Ta? absence of General French from
the Rasnberiz di.itrent sBemni to have
give the Boers an opportunity for re-
newed activity. Tt-y have apparently
c -:ninciteced :til extended attack on0 the
Lr.nlsh hne. anu are rieeti.ng w ii
;:i-nor succe'S"-s-, w 'ii:c are having con-
.: :e -ab.e ricr-, t Lct ua the border
'1 ti 13or inva.:on of Z':tn'and is
caus:ng 1ken anxr:.- A>i;ct ;roni the
!a.-t tnat it *irea!:.': Genmiral Bunler's
upp ,'4. i; 1 z it'( i ,t to e z ilteve tnat ihn
Zains <-a:i lbe iun Lp; q:i->srcent \vhie.o
tieir a'.:;" it I-'iwi:'iautd.. i nud their
v, uitry uve:runa ty tu.r hetreditary
Tip f.-cn -is of C" -il R'''d"9 ar3 bte-
rcuiilutg alAjrindt at h's possb e fat.-, and
have enzl an euii'-.sFarv to see Dr. Lvyds.
the 8iiplona.';c aan^it of inte lB)ers in
i'nrot) in rear, to the probable cour-e
ine Boers wouid plursne in the event of
:'s cAstEur, Dr. L3 %14i assured tue in-
. r'me-:.arnee that tii eoers did Lot in-
teni to kill Mr. Rhodes, but. be added.
they would ctrzainly hold h;nm as a
n'Wtate until the indemnity fur the
Jamitie-c raid was paid. In viow of the
,'eveiopment Rsince the raid. tho Boers
h .ir also decided to d ubie the amount
'if the inlemnti:y demanded, so Mr.
!Rhode.' friends will have to hand over
: ').,'0') (i0O.oIjJ.O0O) before he is re-
i.as9- 1. it is .alo learned diefinitelyv that
)D:. .Janieton is still at Lidysunth, iu
-p:tj of all the ccnfl!cting report.
AAPHORIS!MS.
I'.'l il :,.'-s m...t ...iN :,il it onry
',:: : -'.- }t t; :.-- i .' -> ll i.
!\v ,,w;i; fr;' _':!tlitv \\,, r ,:ilr libnerty.

I f t': i'4 1-' :ity it r ui.i' i:-slrc of i
1:.:.ii ;.L i i: ." \w l.a it 41e I04 it list i
I ; :. z l. ;i\< fo u r !; . I"
.: 1, 1> ;r I,: \\ ,ilty v iisely ni l
i tI -I ( ;** ti > i;m .- J n JI .l11 i.%
T .I' : ll !-.' t1 l ar p1 r4!'7- u tit ioll is -niI
c u .'t w:,'Ait it 1e t r" :!-< n :1!11. to fir-






o i'(.inii tlth in i to1 I,' :in l.-:i\s talkili aind
thi niiL g about lib ing g,'iilteel. :izlitt.

D)\'itt'.i Witch .l Saz. .vI i-
un. (1nill.d for pil ~, iiiiiri,, :;iid
-kin di-e:.~e, ft is ihi oriilri i1
Witch Htizel Salve. Beware <'f till
eonuit erfeits. Harti-' i'ti r:;. cy.
.Ioloni Sleparp.r S. K:in.
TH1 O I'I:.' ,y-.t.-r in hin hed of oreoe.
S:ik-.l '-I li ai btart tflll hi, su-t Ifmer
114 < 4 7.
Onn'lh I hni*lII. and apd. witli n yawn:
I-",i" i:iv ll*-'tuauit irtlitni'. Y-*-i- t,!-~; I l4-! lby
th i" .;'r
rThait *;l .- V .hif d :.' h- 1>V h i1. lt;+r 1'.

That *- of ut *ht -" .'il t !u i t;l 1 v h, ill'"
.1 l1 t'., :" w i! f,; t!th -!nop w i -'
0 s,' > I ",* t : I!;<+ +. *'.* 'l i ;',t ? ,;- ; .

noii f. re d !'. t',,'". ,'*" rWw r. "<:y t,
"lai wv ..i ,' ..'- '. i;;r:i :it. Y oi ii 0';. i


,'t i,' l l b !> ,r .;+' J",'-ll.n I'lil 1-
it I.l ''rrel ,lr.ty ;I.a w a i, lon ;.0.
.,r ,.r l".i wr i. t i t, ruil-'l i f-
lht~iil -! thr -*h rviii.of r<,_ul i" lil* ,'; !
will bi d, i .-,:iitn,.,i after tlthi w -, k.
hbl t -'.,<-i.il r: ir will hb ,- rv d :
:.n11 !il;4i of the day or lii.ilt.

1)',:,'/ h11/ an)/fJyin in
; 'urniturI < r hoise fi'rn/'?..ish7-
in?7'r unfi of /o. h(1rc .cen.
. I iof'): j' Fin-ilch* s tock.
T ;cii; prices are low: their
stoc '- ix complete, and they/
will sell you wh at /ou.o want
on lon6 time.

Furniture at all Pri$#s.
W, ,r, -flint dinin,= roon, tables
:it Ih-ail;2: pric*- : al--o itove-. bed-
sprinix. inattinIs. kitchen -afes.and
kitc -,n cahiinet- with bread board.
chitt. for flour, and driwerp for
kitchen utensil-, and, tableware.
('il :iIlnd examine them at 0. M.
l'iyor's llargain Furniture Houiwe.


Scrofula and



Consumption

People tainted with scrof.
ula very often develop con-
sumption. Anemia, running
of the car, scaly eruptions,
imperfect digestion, and
enlargement and breaking
s down of the glands of the
neck, are some of the more
prominent of scrofula symp.
toms-are forerunners of con-
Ssumption. These conditions
can be arrested, consumption
prevented and health re-
stored by the early use of


Scoff's Emulsion
Your doctor will tell you so.
At a" oru-r ts ; rcc. 2rd .oo.
SCOTT & LUO\ NL. Chemists. New York.


Prer nrirnzzI to FFti Pnrl. ii-'nr Vts-
ittorhP.
T I(' I':lL 1" y ,1< :.'T1 :1t! It. s' T:;o ;1,;\P
Ibex i lbs\y th,, !;i-; f',.v !. .f :,, ;i!c o'i-
iln, o.T resltiu'l l lnt :.*.(*.i" lii Il'<. lV it. s; :::! l a nd ll .:-h:.h p 'iv-
il'e s. "r.u e v. ill !, i,, |. Yoss hA i (
r :iitl iri.h<-s. s;iv It,., .Niw Yo.irk 11' :!,.
Tlh :I'll )T ri' i !' it.: i to t.l -t( I l
Il+.oe li;:, <,! \ i ,,:''...: :i: l w ill provide,
*:; ill" :vl '., :i .l:', ;;s 'ol" ti. I llO: st
1t11 i ,llt .: I ]'.}. .:. ". ".. 1 i \ ;l ;1!1 1I:(
CP A- 6t 9 V:: 3 o 0 r I .
lear tEe 14 K d YUh 3V3 AlYas Wt!

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Tie Ieeture
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on the Anifricau ;taz-r# lli-recital
(44 t:i. WIinf War 't ?HiO clmn !0e ~-X
c0-1lied l'y any living o 1t"!. it
hardlky pr(Jt)ai)!' thla t thecit~zt-I1.- (of
Pf ilac'l a Will e vf r :I; e(I :1tflhii e
opportunity of hi-arin-u th,(is i-,t~i-
ttii'i-zit(Iorator :iCt 'otiedprate -id-
d i r. Yon will wvf~ tr rogr'ot hearn Jg
him. You 'will always r#,'-ret it if
volt (10, 11t her in) thi- time.
fPdmi55ior?. 50 aQd 75G.
Spat-. on li .deFrdi at 12 in.


FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TURMINIAl
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leav"Ile'.n~scola for the Lit~lf
Bayou, Palmetto Betach. Warrington-'% ava
Yafrd at-d Fort Ilmrrancs-' st
6:0 tift. mm.rri vi' M t toiPair incss 7:1 5 n. in
1-o:w #L.tit. rarriv'e ,.t I-c r t i.P.r' r, -."cais 414 .'
I :To)P. tit. arrito' s-.?' For)rt il.i rr.!1esi% I v. noi
rj o ~ .r- Ut 1 zo- r etrraaP-4 7.11vn
Tram! rt'-A-;2 Fort kEarrai.caI4 !or 1a:,
co!l lit
t.in. arr~vv at P'aaa .~ Tr
p0 to .i~rv,s :l -~e:. 1';
i n frr.' ,-*.: .7 pz
i4,u u. F..srivut k......... VWP. in

13 NPA Y aCarr;
Leave I'emmatcc1&. LV F'tFar-9,noaa.
V a. tit. A&. .
mLif. 1'p.LI

p. M. p. re.

flonviaecla in Fort Iar an:-sd rfetvrn 4!
I *.-o'.:ie(113~ to Nary Ypa-d an*I return .. .. .%
i':~u~to I tnezto Bosea:, nd n~tmn Kio
F A N 9 rUIS@.T '- A Y
&*Pnsacols to art Rarrancas NaVy
I ard and rotarn ........................ I
'"ezsscois f,0 FfIrntto Beach and
No frotght 'red aftePr 3:15 P. iTV.


WINGIOP& ., COLLIER
-Importers and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese


*=Fancy Goods,=*


At Jacoby's.


Tupe(d:y Nilht--"Mot!)t.'"
\V1didn-.davy Matiere--*LittlI- Lord
I tniti-rov,.'"
\V'"tlir'- dav Night-'"N o r t li t- r n


PRICES' AS ALWAYS:
M.1 ,.tln,6................(10 and :20 crnts
Si. ht. ............. i "i) an d ::' c :;- :

Ladies free lToi-dly night if ne-
eompanito- by a perry. na witi a paid
:;-'-cent ticket.

Friday Night Feb. 16th.

A NOTABLE EVENT!
Appearance of the I)i,.tin g'li-ilhd Actor.

CRESTO GCLARKE
A- -N'-

MnISS ADE AI!DE PPvINGE,
FP u;io:'it I 1'-o r';:' (H i'np'ii' v
tie !";hiy,



l :n:tifu!iy st :.d : Si.irlly Cr-tI'
V Tl -T ,,- pr, l action ,-rI will .r lti! n-
I -:i it llh thlIA L v':i liv 1'tr. E! rl-- in ';.%\
': i rk, lI,-, i tn I l l' ll:w4(l !l hii, l* inpl > ;n I
:4 ,.rlhiti'l o'f et',*,t' .

OXo Lti,-2t OCyl1ry:.
Saturday. February 1Iith
'ME-SR-. S';-II '. Itr' E IRE-ENT
TIu-r: COM IAN


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I'our different men wr-re trying to
talk to Jacoby. ail at once. th!e othl-r
day when a I\ EWS man droppe-d I ,,
to get an advertisement he had been
promising. "It's no u-e, my ft lend.'
he exclaimed. "You can t-ee for
yourself how thinog4 are. Look
around, and if you b-e anything that
will do for an ad., put hr in, but
doi.'t wait fcr nme to write it up; I WV
simply can't do it." TUE Ni:ws nri:i:
looked around and *'-u:id .-oii-
thi'g"-I-here is part of it, the rt-st
wa- packed away in the b[hi, ware-
Ihouse next do rI, or stacked li inr
s!ielves and piles, up to the ceiling: c


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ALL ORDERS SERVED OH SHORT NOTICE
..- AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

i c :':) tocT-s fr Rent by the Day, b'nk or Month.- 1
S 2, 31;2 kcrlt! Trraona Strest, cpisite Union Depot.
,.? /O- 0-Telephone G3.-O
-.:-GEO. WILSON & CO.,:.* -
Don't Forget to Stop Wit' the Fat Man.
Fd iViEIifIlAB REIHEI DL'I. YitLUSALE AIM RHA l ..
"'" '"" I "i"g Pensacola. Florida. "i '"; '"""


YOUR HORSE --_ .....1"
if suffering from an enlar,,ement can I:- ui, k v
put on nis$ fct. No tvtt'd to hiiio rt r h(r,.
The enlargement will be quickly aborl IL by

Sloas Liniment.,
Nothing like it to cur, ,- torc. ten n,
,r to kill a i i:iin. < b!; o, lint.
Thi.. rc-med v i- known to vit,,rc ri'--
i t rcl i l it d J t: .' : r
it, /enc/rahtin~, qualitit '.-v nd
Py ared b DR. EARL B. 8LCAN. flaton. MMs., .S.A. '-i r- : T *.'. y.


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D I Ni LION BEER!


Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artiflfialiyd.ge'-tthe foodand aldsi
Nature in ctrerithening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It isthelatestdiscovereddigest-
ant and toni,'. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly reliev-4 and permanently cures
yDnpepia, Indizgetion, heartburn,
SFlatulence, Sour Stomach, Na
SickHeadache,GatralgilaCramps,
Small other reseit of i perfect dtmeUo
Prepared by C C. DeWtt a Co. Cbhim.


W3J l N'WE'


Endorsed !vy all Phvyician- :- t.-
only Beer a.)-!olut'ely fre-e frin .i..-
teration.


IN HIS OWN NEW FARCE

"MR. SMOOTH" eo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
P F ~ 1 A r (LA.


K.. It IY E F. J R..


J. S. RHEEE.


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'.u.'- i:~~ .x LL'~~m 1. ~. :UT, W. R. flYER. JR


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i.cuuig ll.r to, a de- ,We iraw our owun !; of E';:rian--e en (Great Briltan, Ireland
ightflil wheat food; A wierieaniCe- German. Frnce, Aus'ri.u'- lolarnd. .' i, i- jsis, No
eal Co's. Victor Oat,; Hecke-r. -:y .orance. Ausri. :;iy, o1and. ,m, ua Nor
loyal Health Food, Rolled White way. SKwil:'n Denmark and other Euroe: an coiatr!es.
)ats, Griddle Cake Flour and Oat
leal; S,obie's Buckwheat Flour. EBVespol" Disbursed rpcnr th~e Most Favorable Te-m,, a~nd their
NOVICLTI.S IN DELICATES EN. Obligatio3is T"aken Payable at Pot of Dettinatiou Ten or Fit.en Dayr
.. after Vqcat

iuo rt!It. a. i iim porl a sUIt I Io-"
Breinuer,mq Cheese Biscuits; Miller
Bros. & Co's. Jumbo ISauer Kraut
and Weinerwurst in small cans: I:,-
ported Italian Egg Nudein and Ver-
micelli; Waukesha Cream Neuf-
chatel, and a large variety of other
cheeses; Dodsen-Braunen Co's. Fruit
Jellie", Jam-* and Preserves in tiwnt
stone jurs; Imported Bus- Sardine-
in small kegs; Smoked Halibut; An
derson's Condensed Minci Meat ini
pound p ek:ige;s: Armour'! Star Bi,-
con, sliced, in tinli. andiii liniiired of
o1li#r articles toio iur.n riiu. for -;-
arate iln-utioni.
COFi.'i 9.
frpeh from the roa-t-r,. w!:ih for
dt-licacy of :iv ,r cannot be x-
celled,

of the fi!nel t oulityv. S ,r t li!l
< Ian prict-s. Ai ii i:i ii- vi-
riety of
CANNED GOODS \AN SHELF
of all k ind( v1.ry vari-ty of .,1o ''v.
cannl ed. pickled, !niio'k d ;aiil .t1lt-
curet'd. includi. z' I Rue vi ry line
pickled pork inI tub-.
Ti'le-p e r inly a very few of t!:i,
endless a' stirtmne it of eatt;;!4-.i ri l-
i lli-h c 4 : iu llt-mI. 1ta1lip-I : !(I
trluxn i that he .i locl I d at 1,2)': lh



Covul rn'i ent str-< t, anii! irrt:i r <, i
v;-it to wailih iand all indrti tf wrk in
expeni(rdll. if Vy il timt buiv ;t tlhil,.



iI; line.,
The PlIIIuher, Steati and Ga(s l'iter,
d oeires to inform i hi friend< art p;t-
tr'oln. that ie. i- loc-it d at 1; We-'t
(..'ov rnim- i t str+''-t. ;and i- pr.piitr'
to do al>y and all kinds of work i n
hi-, line.
Telephone 375. 2Co
V NilTED.
Wiated ta buy all kinds of SacOb d
R.ecd Furriiltre, MorchsidjsU, &c.
Address Box 142.

OPERA IIOUSE.

3 Nights-1 Matinee.
--OMMENCINi -


qEjfI. Joq1f B. qOof Tuesday, February 13


WLSafety Deposit Ecxes for Rent In CounesttlO
with whioh we have a Private Apartment for theUse
nf R'n**r.


SOLE AGENT FOR

KENTUCKYS BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT ITS NAME IMLIES
4- THE ,4


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TRAGGER, CO.
DISTILLERS. CINCINNATI.
PROP. BANNER C;ST;LLLP.Y 5' IST.KY.




Peter


PETER BEIt,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


-:EALER IN-


ELV RATING 1P1FIRTAS
-ITN-

A- I, :,I%, C:,., Bcrl, Etc,,
of t,. Il.-,': an.! : .o-" P'r;,':;tr -rand-


J Trade a pcialty
( I ,s 'rotmp'ly l"" i an c-tisfact:.-.i
( Rill:l1; :l t-F'"l.
Z'3iR.mbor the Place,


Bell,


2)01 Eastl Intandencia Street.


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11120OIMTJR. A!-D JP IjrR OF



[rca, Yallg, Axes, 91ThoeltP, Sr.W DP111an i F- tarboat Snpp~lic, Cookina
,%DI 7 -tfng .-.Qf es, Pa.i,:t, Oilu and cWindow Giab3,
Arguile o Tin'wae an~d IIusefurnishing Goods.
CtnI,, F,.7,cl'3 ar~d Fili~ing Tackle.

AUENT for Rlrn1l,' zham Rolln;lr M'!i Company, Revere Giant
SlvIt~c-!oj TIPOinc-, Nrh. p. iE-tery Who-)! Company, Laftin & Band
Fower Comn-mty, Jchcsou's F-aloominix, Ironx Ring and Buck'im toveu
and Ran:,-v, Win. Cou-s & Co.'z Raw H'de Lace Lgat!Ier, Mamncry's Beady


I4 -u i Bank
ft a- 1" 9i^ I ^ 1s L JSJ "! -it-li


AM4 A'L ULH.U IUALLUUaoi T m l.P n~c .Fa
INhr Lasl Duvy3 of t14c, r'ay 1.(uCTlllI.Ie!1~1.F
Toi be Pr-iif-('treat the B W NM I I Ic s
tOpr Huaethe hnc-- evebmry( 19, cd ''"~Delmonico ote1 and Restaurant
Opera:t~ t4o bste iu, Wfoi-d(Ay, eb r ey19 REPE1RTOIRE:F


WILLIE


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