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VOL. 30.


DAILY


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


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


VICTORY MATCHED


FROM DEFEAT


CONFIDENCE IN


GEN. ROBERTS


,i .cit'TAItY LON(;G SAV WE CAN- Believed That he is Prepared


%EiIllt 1 r. AWARtv:~L


FIRST GRAND EXGISION


---TO THE-


FLORIDA


to Cope With the Boers.


L-,t Tali.aftro an! Sparkman 1tlvri ba, lio Own 1ine ,iigly


Induce him to Change his
Decision.


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f R R -HGHT IS IMMINENT
< .o.u. it l;- w .-tn lu"-ess IIt ( I' T,\. Feb. 11 -An extensive ila.;,r
figni i. n.etienld:ng, growing out of the
re'usai of :nte granite nianufac:urers to
.1" elie to wage demands of the Na;iona.l
Gra:\ite Cutte:s' union
't a meeting of the New Eagiand
granite e Manufacturers' asisciation, the
a. *a:;led t, the Nauonai Granite Cattars'
union v.as taken under consideration.
..i-o.ut:ons were proposed to the effect
tLat t..,, manufacturers cannot accede
It' i : t atilan s of eight hours labor as
a uav'i work and at least f3 uO a day as
wa.:es.
I' ;s understood the manufacturer
wk u.d be willing to grant the -hbour
<,:.. if wages remain at their present
rare and that all of the manufacturers
I: Ie governed by the action of toe
r *v England association.
.,. the schedule calls for a minimum
,: A a day and as the ronstutution
f tne Granite Cutters' union requires
... f its members to demand this rate
pay on and after March 1. it is ex-
t* led that the men will strike.
SoiU th i(Tolas L '-giasI u liatre.
': x:uLi, S. C.. Feb. 14.-Matters
S..:eral state interest were disposed
: a both branches of the legislature
a* .at. representative Coosgrove of
nar,e-oun withdrew his bii to exempt
*:-. ~,f over 109.000 inhabitants frumn
"', rati.n of the (dipensary law.
'ated ti.a: as an almost new dispen-
1: :iasLre ha'i Leen passed at this
S:i :- tbougn: it rignt to give the
a t: al andi 4eife it wonoa reduce
.-:.;, t ot 5- .000 in Cnarieston
-:tv o-au-d by t-e laws of the license
:--ur- tiiharlestou's municipal levy
.-. : r *' m ills.
HIug.- Islamt Iurnluce.
Y \ -T,,. 0.. Feb. 14.-The larg-
e-. .: furnace in the world was
-t .. i: list night when stack No, 1. at
'::ia plant of the National Steel
%'y as put in operation. Tne
-. e 19l'i, teeth hign. 15-foot cra-.
ana 22-foot boen. The capacity of
n--:nace i 66)0 tons every ;44 hours.
t ter :urnaces of similar dimen-
S- i- unterconutruction and will be
*:ei in two or three mouths. The
o aee furnaces wii be used
at:-oeali Steel company.

!n:in who was '"bor'i tired"
I I le PI;ct-KLY ASH BITTERS..
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1 ) ,- t t t ar ;n d 1 ti t t I,
. .r o f tih .ier-fontt-ini l iii"'i i.
Si:- actual '-i:iiation i- --rimiu- f ru
t,,. a; i i"i- < i it t I t t 11 ( '** r l-
ti: tI y w:!l Ihave to -..;ve- tht
::,.:* -r li,,y haveie li-ll -o l ni1 atid
.-ct'e--fuily again.at Ge-tn. Metlituin.
No general eingagellelt i- xpl.ct-
ed for a f-w dav..
iten. R thirts' plans of e inpaigrn
as vuhbli-hed in the morning papers,
giv- great -atl-faction.
No further news of Itritiih advance
in the Oranige Free Ktale has .bem n
received, but conqdeince prevails
that the strong hands of (ens. Rob-
ert. and Kitchenar are shaping inat-
ter- toward a decisive victory.
Gen. Koberts ha-< hik. own line
-trotily guarded and will be able
to force the Boers either to fight
under very unfavorable conditlionI-
or to abandon their he.ivy guiin ar.d
stores.
FLORIDA CHALTAl.QI 1.
SA An-p.i'i tus (p ning of th-' !;t!?
Annual Se#.1ioti.
I)EFr.N-IAN. F.tb. I I -T!e -i.x-
t -:t li I all: sl .e -in ,f th e l ir- ,i ,:lI
t l:.1itatu'itIa oipenedl to-day wtN!: ai,
el> li u -nt nIddre-;n of wele'I v)i- ly
'Pre-ident Wallace BIrtoe. Tie r iiu-
-wial iro_-r :in wa exce lltint. the
hart tontle s i, by Walt-I B. Hull lb' -
in: one o(f tle stroitge-t nu!m ih-r-.
Rev. Eliuiund F. Alhe-rto:i wil1
lecture to-itsorrow o0n th> "'.!.wi-hh
(onception of the Messiah In the
Old Te.-tau;lt-nt."
Th" nii;!ht plrory in will ineludte
It!: *"l'ri-4 incr ot Xfzlida. a iaictUir'e
drama with dis..alving view..
Saiturday-' piozram will be pa:-
ticularly strioni and we shall expect
a ltar:e a:tectian'e- from Pen-aco'a
,oit ate 'lint of the low excui"'ion ra e
*.. 5. ceit- f,-r the round trip.
C minlc Vlealisn'e Causes Crime.
CHAI.xESTON, W. Va., Feb. 14.-C. R.
Stewart, grocer, died this morning
from the effects of a shot fired by his
son. Louis, aged 19. The son. who is
in jail, says he was protecting his
mother from an assault made on her
last night by his father. Stewart had
received an offensive comic valentine
and had accused nis wife of having sent
it. She denied the accusation and he
attempted to assault her, when the son
fired twice and inflicted the fatal
wounds.
Aldrich of AlMbarnma S.eated.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 -The house to-


day entered upon the consideration of
the executive, legislative and judicial
appropriation biiL Before Mr. Hemin-
way of Indiana, who was in charge of
the bill, called it up the report in the
contested election case of Aldrich ver-
sus Robbina, from the Fourth Alabama
district, was submitted. The majority
reported in favor of the contestant and
the minority in favor of the sitting
members.
Mlhssachusatts Mills Cloaed.
FITCHBURG., Mass.. Feb. 14 The
flood in Fitchburg and vicinity with
the heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday
has decreased. Most of the trains were
unable to run today owing to the dam-
age by water. The Pulliam Machinery
company lost from $10,000 to $15.000.
Two of the Park Hdil gingham mills
and the machinery works of Ivor-John.
son company. and many other plants,
a e still closed.
Olytiplai Offle-r Lectures.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Cal. Feb. 14.
Lieutenant Commander Calkins of
O.ympia fame lectured here last :light,
his subject being "Cromwell's Quest of
Colonial Empire." Although the Pnol-
ipinu-s were mentioned but once in the
course of the lecture, Mr. Calkins made
it evident that his subject was an anal-
ogous c.%-e. The officer is evidently not
in favor of expansion, although he was
conservative in his remarks.
rioting It 3lartlslquoe.
PORT Dre FI:ANCE. Martinique, Feb.
14.-A mob of rioters yesterday at ]ki-
vierre Sallee refused to hear Senator
Kuight, who is favorably disposed to-
wari their cause. At midnight the
plantations of La Cacolte and Cham-
pigny were set fire to News has been
received here from Paris announcing
that the garrison is to be reinforced and
that the French cruiser Suchet is on
her way hero.
FIORtIPDA AND GULI- IND C PENsF .OlA. Fla.. Feb. 14. lV44.
A lictil'g of the stockLholdes (of
the Florida and Gulf Land company
will he held at the office of the com--


THE otliVuAu GL-'EE CLUB,
I N SA1fLO111SONGS IN COSTUME.


TiE PHILIPPINE


INSURGENTS


CHAUTAUQUA, Three Thousand Attack Amer-


-AT-


ican Garrison.


DeFulliak Splinp, Sat-ulrday, Feb~ ~ry 17, 1900.They are Defeated. Ilepuhetd and
m ljta~e Sti-enty-One fDeaui(on ithe


STEEL MAGNATE


SUED BY RICK


Carnegie's Partner Claims Be

Was Forced Out.

BIG SUIT FILED IN EQUITY

Frick 3Makes Serloee Coimplatte aIn
Ilil Bill Analinst ithe l3lauuralnr...-


(.rounld-But 2Ihey Put up a Hot PIi~aIlnthropist-Promuinent Array of


i- agnt IIlle it Lattrd
MANILA. Feb. 15.-On the night of
Ftb. 5 three thousand insurgent
liolom '., armed with Mauser rifle-.
attacked the nAmerican garri-on at
Daro,.a in Southern Luzon.
leiniforc -ments were .sent from
Alba:y, wlhereupont tht inain blody
of it-su! -.it- att1'ckeJl Alib.ty anidl
blr' ti i'i b r iof heu- -
Tihe fortitti iijtfintry vft.atimiu, d at
Albay r- 'ire- tf tite Caony vt aind
fired at ie rehbls from thi- roof.
Thl in uireintssu. rrouitdl',t thi, on-
Venlit :: dt att-min pted to ). t it allre
but wv: t routt-d by shrlptiael thrown
front ti I::oour.t:in un worked from
ODne f tlh. windows.
Thle b )ttile continued all night,but
finally the in-urgptits retired, leav-
ing 71 dead on the ground The
American loss was two killed and
five wounded.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup oures the most
stubborn coutiih, colds and lunDl a fftciiois
Evn ln tiepitnt con1umnption has been %uC
ce*'-fully cured by this marvelous remedy
SuftTerers will obtain relief after afewdomes


Z1rTli, Mct Vatied and Wond rVu! Array of Talent Ever Presenuted BRYAN TOURING THE SOUTH.
t3 W'entern Florid t.
Democrats Leoader Delivers Two Ad-
dresses In Raleigh.
RALEIOR, Feb. 14.-W. J. Bryan. ac-
companied by a committee of Raleigh
citizens, arrived here at 5 o'clock over
the Seaboard Air Line from Richmond.
Z hort stops were im:ie at Warren
Plains. Henderson and Wake Forest
and Mr. Bryan spoke briefly to large
crowds who had gathered to h-ar hin..
On his arrival Mr. Bryan was met by
a crowd of 10,000 people, headed by the
local military organizations and cadets.
and was immediately driven to a large
tent erected for the speaking.
He was introduced by State Chair-
man Simmons and spoke for an hour
and a half, mostly on familiar lines., lie
devoted rather more time than usual to
a discussion of taxation, declaring that
an income tax would be a leading fea-
ture in the campaign this fall. He dis-
cussed trust. free Fa-ver and imperial-
ism at some length on the usual lines
At night Mr. Bryan spoke in the
Academy of Music. Iiuudreds were
turned away, beinz unable to gain ad-
mittance to the building. Hlie devoted
muen more of his tnme to imperiahsm
S""than in his afternoon speech.
Prominent parry men from all parts
,. of the state came in to hear him.


Mrs. Sarah MacDonald Sheridan, of Atlanta.
A FAMOUS C(')NTIZALMt.

TH P.Dkl~"S PROGRAM:
i -i :.I' dC-i um,,r tl and 'h ru1 iz.j' I 'I,'., o oi-t'.i- .I'tor' ID 1ist)-h e 'I I t ot Ik ofCii g .
A ii le- no r ,' S.Mu -ti : T i n 1. I X454 : -r, v! Ili, l w i -t ,I it Itint it t Io n-r: ioaa mgtot
traiin'~. andt he istnou Ia- tit );i-- It1 -- 1 n.. -i.. s a' i 'I holiii- m i;. t ld M r. \ Ii ter

i,: -Ftre 8aikoun A-kce-i.-:c t- ilm : tI


ANNA DELONEY MARTIN, cf Boston.
A ao nof Tflaliht.' at: Evervybodv Come!


New Atlanta Ihilliding.
ATLANTA, Feb. 14.-Architect W. T.
Downing has prepared plans and speci-
fications for the erection of a $20,000
brick building to be erected at the cor-
ner of Marietta street and Jones avenue
for the Conklin Manufacturing com-
pany. The building will be a brick
structure, four stories and basement, of
mill construction. It will have a front-
age of 50 feet on Marietta street, and
will run back 137 feet. The building
will be uned for manufacturing pur-
poses. and will be occupied by the
Conklin Manufacturing company, in
addition to the large building now oc.
copied by that company on the same
street. Bids are being received and the
contract will doubtless be let in a few
days.
Refuses to Iie lutervirwed.
FERNANr:NA, Fla.. Feb. 14 -An ef-
fort was made by a reporter of the As-
soc:ated Press to see Mr. Andrew Car.
negie this morning, but without suc-
(ess. Mr. Piage. manager of Mrs. Lucy
'Carnegie's estate, informed him that
Mr. Carnegie positively declined to be
interviewed relative to the suits against
him by Frick. Mr. Carnegie is paving
a visit to Mrs. Lucy Carnegie at Dun.
.eness. on Cumberland island, for rest
und recuperation. It is understood that
anie of his attorneys is with him at
Dungenesi in coniultatiou with him.
Duugeness is one of thb' fineste.staes on
the Atlantic sea)oard sount of Port.and,
Me.


IlHnav Snow In Nebrsekn..
OMAiit, Feb. 14 -The heaviest snow
of ihe winter is now falling in Ne-
braska and western Iowa. It began
last night and is still coming down with
no signs of cessation. There is very
little wind and the thermometer is
above zero, so no harm is being done.
It has not drifted to any extent and
railroad trains are not seriously delayed.
ltR-c-iver's Statemen.nt Favorable.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Feb. 14 -The re-
ceivor for the Commercial and Farmers'
tank of Rock lHill, which suspended
Fob. 3. made a statement today show-
ing tue reserves were $1t7.C90 and the
liabilities. including capital stock. de-
posits and bills parable and a surplus
of $8',455. were the same amount, so
not one dollar will be lost.
SlOP THAT LEiAK
\VWit .hllnimer. Cypr- or Pin,-
cirl-,s. T!:e Pitt 1Mill C-. -11-
t1, -i:. 15f-lw
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Legal Talent.
PirTrLuto. Feb. 14 -The announe-
ment in the pipers to lay that heb long
threatened cash of the steel has btee
finally precipiitted by H. C lFrik il.
ing the widely hera.lhiet built againa:
Andrew Carnegie and the x.arnegio
Stooel company, for an equitable ac.
counting uo the ex cihhiru:in'.s stock-
holdings in tho g'iut sreel cui'vern. el(.
ated a sensation in ti:ctal and manc-
facturing circles and was the principal
topic tbrougnlout the city. i'ie sait is
regarded as the most impartalnt ever
tile-d in oonnec.ion with tie s:tret bus.
less and it is said :iore money is as
stake tnai in any legat proceedingsever
brought in this cinutry in whichall
prrnes were imapiy uitznes. Steel s-
facturers view the trouble as a bitter ps.
sonal struggle for supremacy and are
watching each move wita iatease is-
terest.
The local talent called into action by
the suit is an array of giants of the pro-
fession in this state, with probably Il-
minaries of national repute yes to be
included. On Mr. Frick'siide a-e John
G. Johnson of Philadelpbiam whostande
at tho head of the equity lawyers of she
state, and who has been engaged am
some of the greatest legal battles ot SUm
country; David T. Watson of l'tLtsbarg.
ani attorney hca:ce'iv less widely kaown
and waoso prowess in toe civil courts
of the state Ltas t'itei proven time and
ago in ca-es where vast fortuneswere
at .iake, ani \Wi.ii. F. Mect'ook. for
Tvear, the pe'r-on:i counsellor of Mr
Frick. who, at tlitV in nanwil;ni tlhe
affairs of iKg c rporatiouu has put bh:i
in tue front rank at the Allegheney
county bar
Stran'gely enrou-h Attorney Watson
is the iman wiue oritguaiii.y arew UD the
now famous irnciad" agretnement for
Andrew C.ruegie and wu:cn he has
now been retained to find a flaw in, and
have declared invaild. It is said that
Mr. Watson imeut the best part of three
months in drafting this instrument and
when finished declared that it was tbhe
strongest paper oi the kind he had ever
formulated.
C(arsirng 14 Silent.


As yet little has come to light of the
plans made by Andrew Carnegm to de-
feni hi. conIpanvI's interests, although
it is almost certain that D.lizeil. Scot
and Gordon have been at work for days
in tuh Carneg:e de:ense.
Other prominent lawyers of both this
city and New York are mentioned as
having been retained by Mr. Carnegoe.
but just who will he opposed to she
legal array on Mr. Frick's side. canoe
certainly be ascertained until a day er
two has passed and answer is made o
tue bill.
At noon today, no notice of the sits
had been served upon the defendeaotor
their counsel. Secretary Moreland of
the Carnegie Steel company said he hed
not seen the bill and refused to salk
about it. When the company had sa_-
thing to give out, he said. is weld
come through the regular chanmrel
Dalall, Scott & Gordon, the defend-
ants' counsel, were equally reticent.
President C. M. Schwab. who le
looked upon as Mr. Carnegie's personal
representative during his aence from
the city. left for Washingtoo. D. 0..
last night. It is supposed tha bhe is eo
his way to see Mr. Carnegie, at Dua-
geness.


THE MILITIA


CALLED


OFF.


White lDove settlingg Dow.n Over tee
K-nlucky Si tilaitlt .
Lovis.viu.,. Feb 14 -Tne senate mes
today without a quorum and adjourned
until tomorrow.
In the house the senate resolnatl
calling upon Governor Taylor so with.
draw the military from the capital mod
surrender the executive offices to Ow.
ernor Beckham. was adopted after sim
debate, the feature of which wee a
speech by Rerresentative Emmati Orr.
taking exception to the clauoe of she
resolution asserting that the shot which
killed Governor Goebel was fired fros
the executive building.
'The house then adjourned until to.
morrow.
FIlSTI (IL\INI :l-t S1 *VN
To ltime 'Florila .hanAs tiiuI a aSiu.rday.
Feb, 17. I1KtO.
The day'%< pr. grain ineilules the
cel-brated Chlicao. (,, ile*' Club;
huliorous and graphic i1ip,-r*ofna-
tions. I)r. Davild n-atot of ( hi-a,,;
Randnd c,'nc-rt by Ro>,ger- (,ahi*n-
Band; Howard S. .Starrt ino hin
wonde-rful Imlyphotni-" i'iit.stionq:
molo, by Mr-. $araAh Ma:I Donald
-heridlan; reading- b y Anina l*-ln.v
M;,rtin: the fainoai bhmrytr,-. Prof.
-*rank 14tayton Thoiimpnni .andl M1r.
Walter B. Ball; ,li-oti- projo-etit
-coprt; flri balloon a-ceiirion from
!iiid lie of lake. etc.
Rain le-ave- iinion d,'p,*, at 7:Iil
j. in. Fare for round trip o) ceuts.

Handsome pictures, brie-
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VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


NO. 11.


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


IH E 0


FImlO DEFEAT


GEN. ROBERTS


- I:I Ti%:' I.O\; (.i AV -: (<'.N- Believed That he is Prepared


to Coe With the Boers.


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t.e-icf-i-sl. but t sllfidts-iics I) re v i I
tMat III- tisi'i listd-A Alf ( -.Robh-
v rL-- a:[Init ttchi#- u-siur a r.- 1) it; ti i l at -
tkt-r- ti atl), da d-iE-A 1-IV1 -tolrv.
;--n. -ob.e-rt, lii 1!H1- oeiivtj lito-

t-Ie fi -:ce(: -lt, s.-r,-ithie r ti fitit
utt"(1' -~.1 VtIv titiiavscr~ald- esnii j-ti'n=
011 tiC11),ilidiiii thel h1 Ie IV*.V gia- A1.(1


FIRST GRAND EXCURSION


--1() THE---


FLORIDA


CHAUTAUQUA,

-A'T--


DFniak Spi'in Saturday, Febrary 17, l00.


THE UriLtUACO GLEE CLUB,
IN SAID~l' SOS(;S IN COSTUME.

" NIii -i 1i-t ajd ~:I'V o~d ?-.t! A':- iv of Talo-vt Eve-r Pi, t'.


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Siane" V'.le tilsip f'. suste' C(riine.
C'HAi.i I. ''N, V. Va, Fob. 14.-C. It.
teow:ut, gro'er, died this morning
from the effects of a shot fired by his
-on., iCuis, aged 1:;. Tne son, who is
in Jai!, says he was protecting his
riotler from an assault made on her
last night by his father. Stewart had
received an offensive comic valentine
an: had accused Lil wife of having sent
it. She denied tue accusation and lie
attempted to asa.tuit her. when the son
fired twice and inflicted the fatal
wound L .
Alhdrit')i of Alusb.eimit S.atettd.
WVASHINITON, Feb. 14 -The house to-
diy entered upon the consideration of
the executive. legislative and judicial
appropriation LbiL Before Mr. Hemin-
way of Indiana, who was in charge of
the bill, cal.ed it up the report in the
contested election case of Aldrich ver.
sus Rolbin-, from the Fourth Alabama
district. was submitted. The majority
reported in favor of the contestant and
the minority in favor of the sitting
me mbers.
Mliamachusert, Mll* C closed.
FITCIuBURto Mass.. Feb. 14 The
flood in Fitchburg and vicinity wish
the heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday
bas decreased. Most of the trains were
unable to ran today owing to the dam-
age by water. The Paliham Machinery
c impany lost from $10,000 to $15,000.
Two of the Park Htli gingham mill'
and the machinery works of Ivor-John.
son company. and many other plants,
a e still closed.
01) spin O ttlc-r Lectures.
STANF.OID UNIVERt'-v. Cal. Feh. 14
Lreutenan: Commander Calkins of
u .ynipia fame lectured here last right,
1i1 sul.ie.tt being "Cronweli's Qnoest of
'Col w ai Empire Although the IPni.
ip: in s vi.re nenti mned but once in the
, 'ur'e .f the lecture, .Mr Caik:ns made
It evident that hiis yubj-ct was an anal-
Oou~s e t-P. The officer 1-* evidently not
in tavor it, expansion,. although he was
conservative In his remarks.
ls'ti ing In .liM rtii Ia|il .
p,:,IT F F::A 4E. Martinique. Fe',.
14 -iA m- b of riuters yesterday at Ki-
v:trreI Sa ie re-used to bear Senator
Kuigh%'. wh'io 's lavoraby dii-pose to-
wari thiier cause. At midnight tLe
plantatim ns I L: a tfaL'n .' c and Charn.
p:-Iny were set tire to News has been
rctivy.i t"o from Paris announcing
that thse garriso.n is to be reinforced an-i
that tie Fretchl cruiser uchiet is en
iwer way heic
-'l, ilrI \ All (.L1. t,\Il N 0.

A tni' ~ "; t! -t*ck ;" J*'i
!, Fl-' r:J 'i:iand Gu:lf La.::ul rd 11;-;; .;
will b'' t lt t .. Otlit'e of t he coti-
;iiI v iin :li- c'ity. t!'ur-day. MaIrchl


Mrs. Sarah MacDonal'd Sheridan, of Atlanta.
A F-AMOT',; .)N'VIRALI'O.

TH P D A'S ]PROGRAM:
jitjvfiii'-'s, Q ushi, ,rh ,I ij -i-~-I- t' i. Ii' di H-is~.fa i-~x
AIIIL tck' -vramtC~morli- :M -i 4 ; 'i-s s' -.I:si h.. ist !,. sr-i t 7-
tiau 1'-sit the i S Ptss' 5 Iii 11V. i -I '- -. i i T ii! M. W i:.
Aiiika 5o'' vv I114 ki-4-


I *.-~'~ tl~Lk


,A,,,

ANNA DELONEY MARTIN, cf Boston.

A Day of Delight': .):: Everybody Come!
.. .. . . t .


CONFIDENCE IN


N.-vV Atlistt.l I lltlldii g.
ATI.ANTA, Feb. 14--Architect W. T.
Downing has prepared pians and speci-
flcations for the erection of a $20,0((a0
brick buildin4 to be ere -teod at the cor-
nor of Martetta street and Jones avenue
for the Conklin Manufacturing comi.
pany. The build g will be a b:ick
structure, four stories and basement, of
mill construction. It will have a front-
age of 3) feet on Marietta street, and
will run back 137 feet. The building
will be used for nianu'acturing pur-
poses, and will be occupied by tae
Conk in Manufacturing cornpauy, in
atlditiln to the large bniding now oc.
cniped by that company on te n sailme
street Bids are being received and the
contract will doubtless be let in a few
days.
ltRPfusAes to Hi1 lutervierwld.
FritNANt:NA. Fla Fob. 14 -An ef-
fort was made by a reporter of the As-
so-"ated Press to see Mr Andrew Car-
negie this morning, but without suc-
ceos. Mr. Page. m inager of Mrs. Lucy
Carnegie's estate, informed him that
Mr Carnegie positively declined to be
interviewed relative to the suits against
him by Frick. Mr. Carnegie is paving
i visit to Mrs Lo,-v Carnegie at Dun.
-'rnes. on Cuniberiand island, for rest
in i recuperLtiin. It is understwid that
3:1e or ils attornatv is wittn him at
Dungenessi in con-uitat:ott wih him.
Dungene-a as one of th' tinest #-tates on
the At.antic sea,..-ard sothn ot Port.and,
1Ms


I s v'Si I~sI,'mIV ltsi Nebirank.o.
O': i a, Feb. 14 --.he heaviest snow
of ilh winter I-, now falling in Ne-
braska and west',-ru I,,wa It began
last night and is sul. corning down with
no, signs o: rce-sation. "Tnero i very
little wind andi tie thermometer is
aLove zero, so no harm is being done.
I: has not drifted to any extent and
ral.r ad trasna are not seriously delayed.
ltre-iver'N stat-m'-nt iavorabl,.
CI.1MNBIA. S. C.. Feb. 14 -The re-

-,.vcr for the (C'.ni:erc:ai and Farmer.'
tank of Rock lii., whch su.pende'i
l'eb, made a state(ric-nt today m.how-
:ng t.e reserve's wVs r !1',7. t''9 and the
.aiill:trlt. ini'iu iing capit:ai i-.-O. fie-
i, ,ir- and bills avab e anil a -urpiua
. : $:.40. were tr- saaome a.autU, =0
u Ct oue doil.r w i.i be Ioat.
SiO" THITT I.\l-\
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THE PHILIPPINE


INSURGENTS


Three Thousand Attack Amer-

ican Garrison~.


Thit-;a re 1)ersated. HelIrm I ttipia am
a0 'eenlt-inr Dead 4)e1i Ilie
( 1)u nai-But 'Ihey Vitt l~ita h1101
1. iglat W'lme*it LaL.rti (




MAN! liirel.IFib. wers t'-Ili._It ifr
\ lt i~ e-tr -u; s a i iit.. t t i is en
ali Il* ki Wi th r~j-.

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Ait h :! r' a t it i ta V -I I ItI


1i 1 ;7i t e.I' I he t11 .ir'1h
A~~~~~~~-~ itLii.iii.'.'jtokdc axift

)tuhitw, rn : i.-ta st-d 1p), nd un. hTroiiis
foii -I wI "1tce 'iipin h- r.) i *ii

!!Iia v'r' n -~. o it 1-- 11tiir-s Ie-d' tts'rafiysdoe kV


Democrtic Lwe, adsrtwo.kille I d.an

Dr.rulls.CougISyrp cues themos
i tiihRn ,ti i,, Fb.14-W. J. Prandn. c-
coriipanxed byil oha ci'n ei, ateer a If Unleig

Democr~i~,atriceaderDelvers Tw cicko Ad-


thu saai' Ard Air I.ine !fromIichl~ibuoud.
-rIicrt szroi) wvrou I: I,1,at \\arroxx
t, ni Ir. j fk. l~iitv t- a* z
c:row1' who batil teIto n-ar k11!.1
I)na h:isarrival Mr. jBrvan was :iet 6y
a crowd of 1j.0)o40 weioph., hea(i'-i 1,T tii,3
locaii ni 'itary orgaulz.1t1 ns -mid c',6i-t.
and %wnj inirsedi itely tdriven to a.
tent Preclej for the spieaxing.
fie was jilt.-odiurejLv :Sate Chair-
man ~:nmwions azil rqioko foir an hour
aud a bait.f, 6S:1V (. ~:1l-11lAr i1ue4. 1H4
(icvoied rather rliiro tiin.. than U-ituAi to
Iad13C1 A i '; 0U t i & 1or 3.1 0 I i u dic.ar, n~r t nat
an i( l uoia" t3s ..w~ n >1 I tia ileadin fu i.-
ture in the cain u.sign tr h fu i I H- ii-o-

isni at soinalei u ti )l t)enn I.7
At wizut M. .rvan -ilko in tiles
Acazieuii v of MIu- I* I uijIt. I s w sr-:-u
tutiro4 away. b~in_- u-ia: t., gain ad-
m~ittanco t.) tim tu .-:i:. l it- (ii,V~t(ii

t11311in 1.1., af;er louo ii.-1.0 -1i.

of tau E tAte Cause tIll to jiirlca.llil.


WIille o>'>v- esttllng I)Iowi Over the
K-ntmucky sl ies Oi ls.
LI'itvii.r.., Feb 14 -Tne senate me
totay without a qur .raj and adjourned
until tomorrow.
In the house the senate resolulfta
,-ailing upon Governor Taylor to with-
draw the military from the capital -ad
surrender the executive offices to (oy.
*rnor llockham, was adopted after some
debate, the feature of which wo a
spee'-h by fl',,resentative Emtaitn Orr.
taking rx-eption to the clause of Mhe
resointion asserting that the shot which
'liisd llio, Ole"utive but.,lin,.
'lie ho ,u-s tte u aio ,urnel until to-
ic .Zrow.
ist ,\M ii t rai ts- *N
I., li. 1 IIIf.1 l :r S. i ni!. '.
io Ihe" i.horilda f i.ts.a' a sl 't % oifirilajy.
"'l1 17. I! mt.



h illi,,..',' i::'l ,7r;iai!i,' :- : y.r-oia-
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:r r ..! ,* .!. it i.v I., ,-r- r,>--n lr^
t;.i.i; 11- w.rd S. t.iurst in .i-is

* I- I l M ; -. .,: i *1.1' id
i i i lan : .i lid;i.- ;- A :;, I)t I n
M -rtinl : 1i f *:'. i .-* : -. Prof.
" rI i k *I.k t T- :1. 1; .i l M r.
W ,iti -r It. It !D : ll-.i ;' .e- t:i-
... : .. ; fir' 1 ill- : ;- :i frna

'1 .i i v. i T i1 ,:1 ; at 7
1i. F i.- fir r- i ,; .-- c-tt-.

IJanldsc. e picfurel'P, bri'-
a-brac, tcr., in endless ar-
1 7 7 D 11


%tic 11 A WAI,


STEEL MAGMATE


SUED BY FRICK

Carnegie's Partner Claims He

Was Forced Out.

BIG SUIT FILED IN EQUITY

Frick takes Serlous Comnpllaits Its
Ils 11ill A:asiost iths llomufactuirer-
I'illlnithroploti-PIrouiilenLt Array of
Legal talent.
I'lrr'iiLo. Feb. 14 -The aniofnce-.
ment an the pipers to lay that the long
threatened c A.!n of tio 'c-sil has been
finally preciniaitie by II t 1 ri ing tu wi.y, iy lr.i.ie I s- il ali;alne
Audrew Carne':.o ;.ait the .'aruei.i'
Steel comp.any. for a:x equ:ta.ble .o-
oiunt:ng t u( ti;o fe x u, tiirii%. I* toLiek-
ho.ld.ngs in thl> g' i- 't h',s :r ".'rn. cr,-
ated a seniatl on in tina ':. ;. .iul i uantlu-
factrrinig c'rc'. an.i was V'-. principal
ompic throuoin ,u the city. i'nue auit 1s
rewarded as :i io Iost llin iirtant ever
tile-i in CCnDnel''.il- Wlt:l tile ,:*t. bt. -
less a l it is %ir. ii i:i,re wmna .-y i a;
stake tian i: ananly legA. pri,-'edinUlsever
brought in iln- r .uitry l1 which all
prrtres were iip,.y -c it.'-nlis. S:eel man-
facturer, v ew the tr.'ul.,eh a a l .iter per-
sonal itrougle for aupremacy and are
watching -ea.:i Injove wOn :la'eonse in-
torest
The c;C:ail t.ia;-nt ca oil into a"'ion b7
the sbit IS all array o: ..:iiaut of the pro-
fession in this s'at'. with proltaliy la-
nilnarioe of natitionti reu'e yel to be
incirlude 1. I)n Mr. Fricit's side a- John
G. J,.hi:.-): i P lfiiim:aellubia. whistands
at th) head oif th- tunity lawyers of she
'state. ;an, whli ii:t. been nii3gaild in
S%;L.lI of tilt'e (re:ite.t e-t:a. lkittles c initrv; liuvid 1. \iVar'i,- 'f lPitttburg.
t'I :;l:":'!ll'V ",<,.; '*. i<*.1 Vii H ;**. t UW tl
an i :1:i -." prf l.s i (il:< 0 iviil ourtt
if i!t e :. 1'4 It p,',- t i l: u anti
it':I;1 1:1 eti- H h 1r-1 \ 1.r Ir; f UneI W r,
A i -.~tk', al-t \V :. .,-. M.l t nkl. for

lF ri k >, w i ... ; I.. y 1 11.111 1' .11-.- !i
i 11 i f ti r; ia:; th l put h l i
1:1 ti.f .t r I .. ra:, at 1ile A-..>',.lcenov
t' ,'.i '- i,.u -
>!i .n ^f''.;* Pit i.,.!i r .t.'. iE,'" V;4!ii v 'n
13 til' :::.an V. 1: I ,,i.ll.,i.,T ,1" % UD Lro L -
n';\v fatuoul, .' : ..i .t;:r.-'*n u,-it for
A 'n''re ; ('a: i' iis iil w :. '*11 -i l h '
iouVw iten ret lilne i i t j, .!ta law in, andi
have sicatiril ,nva.id It a *,aId that
.r. \W'.it-oni .;.Ient ti" b)'*st part ,of three
1i1iru'4 iii (dratting this in-trunienit and
wlihn linll'.Mhi", ,ia!r t tt it was the
sItrein -.t i..; -r u: t:ie k :iri lbu hail ever
frumi ated.
('.arissagl i s 1 ient.
A y Vt little i.i's -vinie to eightt of the
Jailn. i .ntii I' v .\ lrti r w (';itrlegil to do-
f ni: 1 i :i p.tr!V :'tet *.*t '. iathno gh
It :q a.Illlb t ,' se T tl ti r li lZ.,el. S 'cott
inl < irdin i,av i ,***u it worai ftr days
i l tI I +s'.r ,:e ti- eiis,.
I oii:-'r ;prut-ntii' t liwyer4 of both this
city antid New Yo'rk are iimentioned ad
iavii:n been r-tainied by Mr. Carnegl e,
but just \Vii'> wiil bo ie opposed to the
legal array on Mr. Frick's side. cannot
certainly be ascertained until a lay or
two has paised an.i answer is maae to
tue bill.
At nooin t had been served upon the defeudantsor
their couunel. Secretary Moreiaod of
the Carnegie Steel company said he bad
not seen tiio bill and refused to talk
about it. When the conepiany had any.
tlinng to give out, he maid. it woold
S-,ieo through thti, regular channels.
Dalz3Il, SrJtt & (Gori,,n. the defend.
antis' counsel. were t.ualiy reticent.
President C. M. Schwab. wuie is
looked uponi as Mr. 'arne-1ie's twrsonal
representative durn;: n1s ainnsence from
the city. left for Wa-.hiagton. D. U .
last iight. it sin pposedi that he ai o
his way to see Mr. Carneg:e, at Dan-
genems.

THE MILITIA CALLED OFF.


I










THu nAIY v NMwn. DPMRAaN.nla_ AL nRiA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


THE


LEVY-POU


CO.


0511 I. PAIO T.


GRAND SALE


-OF-


GEI S'


fUORNIHIN


10


DAYS!


The


Lobe


Purchase


Now


Beilig


Thrown



Upon the



Market



at Nearly



Half Price


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,


Neckwear, Etc.


at less than


Cost of


Manufacture.


TH I I PU CO.,
-J'IVEZ3-


Charged Wiet Murder.
KLqoxvILLg, Feb.. 14L-L, J. Snyder
was arrested near Bristol on the charge
of having murdered and robbed his u n
cle., Jesse Snyder, several months ago.
The crime created much excitement at
the time and several posses were sent
out in search of the guilty party. Young
Snyder went to Ohio and soon after-
wards returned, displaying consider.
able money. He is in jail.
w-- Engagement at R.-t River.
LONDoN,. Feb. 14.-The following dis.
patch has been received at the war
office from General Roberts: "*Rlt
River, Tuesday. Feb. 13. Colonel
Hanny. in command of a brigade of
mounted infantry, marching from
Orange River to Ramab, had a slight
engagement on Feb. 11. (Sunday)
with she Boers holding the hills and
threatening Lis right flank. With ade-
tached part of his force Colonel Manny
detained the enemy while he pushed
his baggage and main body through to
Ramah. The object of tho March was
successfully carried out."
." River Recediag at Calumbus.
COLCMBXS, Ga., Feb. it-Waters of
the Chattahoochee are now falling rap.
idly. Fall of 18 inches has been regis-
tered at the powerhoaae and a fall of 3
feet below the dam at the wharf. Three
thousand operatives have been idle four
days. and it will be Thursday or Fri-
day before they can begin work again.
Damage to power company and mills
will not exceed $15.000 or $20.000. All
danger to the bridges is now over. save
from drift timber. Twenty-five bridges
on the streams north of Columbus run-
ning into the Chattabhoochee have been
carried away by thd high water at an
average values of $1.003 each.
Caleaslan River Clogged.
LAKE CIIARLES, La., Feb. 14.-A log
jam at the mouth of Engiish bayou, in
the Calcasian river, is causing the log-
men a great deal of trouble and it is
feared that the lose will be consider-
able. There are about 8,000 los ian the
jam, which fills the river so that no
boats can pass. The logs are worth
thousands of dollars. The river has
never before been clogged in tins way.
Bridge Out at 3lontgoinery.
MoNTGOMRtY. Ala., Feb. 14 -Three
spans of the Tailassee and Montgomery
railroad bridge. across the Alabaima
river, were washed away tonight. Tue
river is in a frightfoliy swollen condi-
tion by the heavy rains and consider-
able damage is expected to result.


IMlttt From a aStab.
MONTOC)Mrrry, A~a.. Feb. 14.-James
Hatcher, a gen-'ewini from Pinekard,
Ala.. died at the ifidraxary here this
morning from tre effe':tit of a stab in.
flicted by a negra at Finckard last Sun.
day. Tae uegro, Jim Johnson, escaped
andi i:3 still at large.
lliovsto 4. tioL 'I uril ps.
Ini tli :s ae i*it is *ii 1st Ca teli volu
m-ittizi:"'tunlat % ich. ind Il~it. %%-;il utilu
1441'. nWit lg. ii ',ii v. I0i i lice (or pinlk
toll, fiuek,11flthi', I i- 'raw:an dchucim. 41
when (1441.441. P 4 ;. i :11atei':11141 10444]
lIn saudit Ixazer to v.linch a Il(th'sugair
11:1l twll Miia4ilAI(141tqullickid*V. they
aremch buII Ieti tlertLn w hien ba l~owv-
ly. so hatefl'4('Itli l. proc ss. 1ctwig Sure wI
4.00, %. I 'liZl ii li! ftI') Ito i4,ih'aw- l~xl o d le.
I Ianim N% .1,11 41,ir' u.J] Slice, rtn n
to) tilt, St. v., to r' v oY et' ra ?flrstulll.
Di- 's I I, i ll utlt I 1. jej p er .a141n sl st
4,111 v. Scl 4' i :1 4 11i t I i t 44 ,4rt41d I It
is 4iu::tv a,;wcl tI ('nt the -n.red
lurnipis iinto sho-lj' 4('Ire 41j1.'14-
muist lit v.1' liet, n-i.-I in : lv (-
f2~-~i it. eXe*' pn 1 --:Z:1 hittq'i'rns-.i iilttur-
n:jts.-Ela lo~.i:Irs I'rct,-hmiiar ill AN't)
r'las 11''w'' 'IcbFrtri:. -h n'a. m
.a:h11t 1to fii'l-!;:,h 1 oliSI. (Ife


'OW:1 i'1-'41:1 -',be j4'Ui, tht 441 tt.It(.do

li slip'l fliI 1 1 h I.' in tA l lii'Las Ii%.(-. ill
ti.A' h-w41'r f41' at !i'a't a shI~rt thiii It
%A-i IIl thv'il wP14'p '4-.l '1(144'l t S iiy thre piins i-
andi a Iq i'fl'. 4411i(41't112iV 111141andteaii,'
pe'rmlit one (11can41. 'cd i:hth~ings a:15:irl'
11 (e' -'!-a Iv. Ill this 'waiv the Jpiurch:lS~e
of luI21I.sirnIU.' :in,]in iimmiii(14.qamrti-
Cles will 1 v1' iIh'le.-T.:tdieS 1Houle
Journal.




N illvr. #ivtoo



1417G 14)DT




THE A ANE AsflPIMA rI itcd

L 'S S ID A H A H E !'N A E r i-..2I .
I 'DA.X*. i


Eczema!

The Only Cure.
Eczema is mnor- than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cu:-e it. The
doctors are unable to effect a cure. and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution. Th.'
whri!, trouble is in the blood. annd
Swift's Specific is the only remedy
which can reach suc. deep-seated blood
diseases.
E7.zma broke out on my darsthter,.and con-
tinued to spread until
her head was entirely
covered. She was treated
by several good doctors,
but gr?w worse, and the
dreadful disease spread
to her face. h lie w as
taken to two celebrated
health springs, but re-
ceivedno benefit. Many
patent medicines were taken, but without re- '
suit. until we decided to try S. 5. S..ar.d by the
time the first bottle was finished. her head Ite-
gan to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com.
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
Is now sixteen vears old. and ha. a magnifleent
growth of hair. Not a sign of the dreadful
disease has ever returned.
11. T. SHORE.
2704 Lucas Ave., tt. Louis, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di-
sease comes from within. Swift'l
Specific


H)Ipaottst at meory.
OXFORD, GL. Feb. i -Though it
may not be known Emory numbers
among its students one of the best hyp-
notists in local circles. Mr. Walter (
Slappey of Plains. Ga. When Pre,.
dent Dowman kindly gave the pychol.
ogy hour to Mr. Slappey to display his
talents. the performance proved very
interesting, Mr. Slappey keeping sev-
eral of the students under his corapiete
control throughout the hour.
Salvation Army Aunnvertsry.
Nzw YORK. Feb. 14 -The Salvation
Army celebrated its twentieth anniver-
sary of its establishment in the United
States by a largely attended meeting in
Carnegie hall last night. William. the
only son of Commander and Consul
Booth-Tucker, was publicly dedicated
to God and the army.
Wasihtomts eIN Nw York.
WHITEHALL, N. Y., Feb. 14.-The
water in Lake Champlain is a foot
above the highest mark ever recorded.
There are numerous washouts on the
Delaware and Hudson road.


"I had bronchitis every winter for
years and no medicine gave me per-
manent relief !ill I began to take
One Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the beet cough medicine made."
,ay J. Koontz, Corry, Pa. It quick-
ly cures coughs. coles, croup, asth-
ma, grippe and throat and lung
troubles. It is the children's favor-


B l o ^ |itn remedly. Cures quickly. Har-
o l i i'' Pharmacy, John Sheppard. S.
.The UU Kahn.
is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures cases Do Y o W ant
which are beyond their reach. S.S. S. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot- To 0 re y
ash. mercury or other mineral.
*Books mailed free by Swift Specifi
Company. Atlanta, Georgia. !Ir T'Y1W TfI nt 'rel Tr T


Blank Willm.
Alioiq fig t. e 1laivI lungs which ither
F'rgil;41N rli.e,:it foidft]s forrits
t5qddi~i4'l -ire Ihliii:. r'i*rzs for a 'will.
-'I'I.r1-ding it) 11.1 1per-s Wt'eilv. 'li
%va a#)44li(e 'sfih!iWi~es very soldier that
9f 1 .4 .0 1.. f :i!jt %% ith three 111,1111
fil-1; 41*1k ~rst I,1q, I he in:: n
ii, L ,'.%% iish s ooI a ,:i ll :1 Ii is ;IrI]4crty

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lt!r' titi'ii sil4]ier. 14'i;%'. lj.t other
it. h' i-. en I ne .rlr-cti ii.:!:t'his
NN I lntil Ili#-' .ry !1 t in 1i lt :mI i
frc-i'ieitly 'ni is r:iI ii 'v41:ri'1e41 (or dy
1un:_ uiimn thn' lid]. It i'.saiW!that rfor-
nwjrly i!:he ii-en i v~ould cvl 004- thvir
w i' iiln:1 few ward ,4k;on i Te 'Striayvhit
or'pu pew fr 4'(ill the IIisifit. qf a tiel!!1vt*
thot hi! o4 :a (artriilzei hix ~or vL!s
oni a strneip n~rear lby."'
Thein' ieaiis ri1 ;:-mil 0114'. n.11111 I'~i1
adelphi~aMedical .14'nrnnl wgr~sthat
"'if 1,1sp it.-IN -Iti( '~I e ll-'I-2c(V j y~
eiani msa WiI as solid! h's q e m"-4 '.ImJo*
edq wvithm SnellldIrinks -th~ey Iflr.Zit prove
ofr ::ren t cnnlveil !vntat'inInniy I:'!15 'S i(if'
tlermrtrgrwwya ndl s.z. vert' IIi~n-'.:i.a!!d h'za I
ei~li:eai~n~ ni~rtnvia y *:iuns loco
avo~ded by their us.
*John Dirr. Poi!;p villo. It:( m;. y
on.- M1imet (Ioe'zli ('rare. v re
nvrwit hout t.T' 4 jick Iv Wea.k-
uip cotp'jhl..iand ctdts. ( ,our., '111
throat rand hinur ~tiriiilem. ItR nfp
,. ill prevent t'4m14.tkiintio;2 I. P#n -int
to take. HzirL'1s' Plirmaniyv. J ohni
Sheppard, S. Kahin.


HTI IT lI Ul, IfAIE)l!
Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad?


We've got the
thing for you:


right


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

q4qqis IP44i4cyo
215 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!
We challen.je the the world
to produce a remedy equal
to their M[atchless Mineral
lI'(/cr for the cure of In-


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all forms o'f Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
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or moncy refunded.


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for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for CAtor O. Par.
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is teWMnt.t
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other ai.ot
stance. It destroys Worms andallys Feveh-.
It cure-; Diarriura and Wind Colic. It relieves T".e.h-
ing Troubles and cures Constipatipon. It regulatt4 I,.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy a. natural sle',p.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of g


L. HILTON ( iUEFN.


RIX M!. Rt);INS.N;


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SOLE AGENT.
Al-. .)-4 le Co:;troller for I'* .il l ,..
SILK VELVET.
The vry perf,.etin-, of )t- I!tu .
by S.. I.. 1 ; .l 'i.1 : I, i* :--
viile, KIy.

Wines, Liquors, Braodie
Gis, Ciars au Toiac:3.

Jug and Keg Trade :
Specialty.


S. A. FRIEI)DAN,


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Cost


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One dollar bottle last twcn-
ty days.
For sale by all dru'g ists:
(1so II'. T. Green r" (Co. J;
S. Palafo.r Street.
OR ADI)RESS

W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.

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E~iTA2T~E~ijall, u1863.

McIKENZIE QERTING & Co.,
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Ship CGbandlery and General IUluiaye
a038AND 605 IL VALAVIoXUIL '
IREVEPF'.E COPPIP- COMPANY, JOHN APA. OELJNG'S SONS C,
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OF PENSACOLA.


JOHN F. IIIFR
R. _Il. U J! I.


DIRECTCTRS:
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K. J. Nvii. : At Ar.IJohi'v'JF. P'EIFFER,


A Uetneral Bawkinq


Business


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)ThomplyAtte-nded To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUMRY 15, 19CO.


CONGRESSIONAL LIFE. BOERS WATCHING


Plenty of Work For Industrious
Members.


I:II I;.I:IY IN (MMI1II:: wO0 K.


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE Y5VSTEM
L EFFECTUALLY,

~.G COLV e s

OVERCOMES P AI-N

iHASITUALC'01 1A
PERMANENTLY
ITSB Ejo rEffICTS.

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FULLER'S PLANS


i7o rInortant News From the

Seat of War.


170 GAINS ON EITHER SIDE

Light %Sk.irillll.s1hl amid P.-conauoter-
i," a With a .o important Results,
ArouiIt F ustr,lb -rg-Ie-w Men 1Were
1V .iuidilr l usiC ('alptured by Hoer-.
L.,\D'. Fe'b) 14i.-The only war news
of aur kia .ai i;s mornouia is an official
d:;I;Atca tr'):m Geuerai Luiler at Chieve-
lov anncuncng a reconuoissance at
:pr;nguilLi. resulting in no gain of
g:r.una on '*1her sidv. Captain Hamil.
tunn lus-e 1, Lieutenant G. Churchill
anri ien i;';in \eto wouuuned and Lieu-
teuant 'i. I.t i ;aud si: tuoa were
captured uy tae l Gers.
The disputh (couta.us detailed ac.
cents o0: it appears to be unimpor-
taut oterati.ins. They only tend to
throww l:Knt o,; tne situation by proving
tnat the L .-rs are actively following
G, Fie.d Mar-hati Lord lo)iierts. at Modder
river, wueru all eyes ar- turned, thero
i-i L u Word.
A (iw:pitici from Mafeking says the
ga.rri-oni th-.(ro can ho.d out until June.
(;-eneraii Buler's dispatch from
C'.:-.-veiey, "'he c,,nimanuiig uoicer at Spring-
tie.di reports ihi morning that a squad-
1tn of the Fifth Dragoons. moving to
the onti)ist line covering the rightflank
of thr c(Aimp. mlut a party of Boers near
Fostenbtirg. Tite Boers reaching the
cr,.s: of a mil first, opened a heavy fire
-ni thte EquA'iron. which retired. Hoe
-ut out supports and the Boers re-
tireo.i "
'tie dispatch then gives the casualties
sustained, a- already cabled.
Continmug the Chieveley dispatch
says:
"I)Dndonald with ;00 mounted men.
a told battery and the First Royal
Welsh fu-uiners. Feb. 1a reconnoitered
the high ground which the enemy has
been in the iabit of visiting. The en-
emy retired with sbe loss of two after
slight resisteuce. When the torce re-
tired after the reconnais.auce the enemy
returned and kept up a heavy rifle fire,
wounding. slight. G. Churchill of the
Touti Afric.n L:gihthorse. Severalmen
are ni:.sis "

THE GLASS OF FASHION.


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Mrs. UlINNIE STUDGUIILL


It isn't necessary for a Nvotran to 'ive rarticulars. When she says
she his iemnale t'n'e" other w. :rlcn kfl 44'. %%hIat thui mears. It
means days and nighv'. ,f endless su~te-.;i;. It me.min hea~i. l:hc-
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t!Je the Nbs -J. e dslofACel~v '111"I, >, .1 h 'I" It fl"'4ic'!tl.
drains that the doct. irs c:A3 ku rr:i -a. I! meaisnw itvrd' 'vis. 411W
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Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


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ST. LOUIS



A. B. C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Whol


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attended '.i.).


E. PERIETOSRlsT,
0--PROPRIETOR OF--o


ORONIeS SALOON
O--DEALER IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars. ,
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Cnr nAr BRlmont and Devillierc Sts. PENSACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds OL Plumbing and 0as Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


2TULEKPROWUI 322


p~vq~rr)JP .'v


DUNN'S c


0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


I. UEHBtlIM' S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale!t-


Children's Department.
Hand-eweid Fr-.u ,i Kid Inf.int-4
I ,.itto:i. 2 ,..

worth 75c, now 50c.
Haild--.ww Id Fr1,nch Kid liif.in t'n
l llltt ll.

worth $1.00, now 75c.
Hand--eww d K1i.I Si;'rin4 H,.-I lHutton
worth 75c, now 50c.
l ianI d-'..Wtie Kitl Sprin Hel -I ut-

* worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Hland--ewed Kid i prinz: i ,',l l.a,',*.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


1 Men's DepartmeotI

S (eneunite Dinon. I'tmtn an d I.ac

worth $1.50, now $1.00.
enuinte Vici Kid I'uittln iiand I.Lacc

esaler. worth $2.00, now $1.50.


Ladies' Department.
Kid $ .rin 0 0,.l h.tto, anl I.0'.*




K id I,,.l Huttn anIl l.. :l-,
(lot,,tI r,,p ,1i n lack and Tir ii.
front $100 to $3.50.


A Special Bargain!


A lot of Fi Iu wLaclif-* SI f144,-.('It'-
cia nat i make,. re-guar141 F ice 314
:an tid0I*1o a pauir, no0w 4on1ly $
We o mnly lhave tietininii2.4and *
and111C antd 1) width-'. thati-i 4 why
we -Zell then so Cheap1.
Our Iflen's Department
Wbe beat ainy sttore inl town; wi!1
tillter'.4ell anmyonie' andi give thon
Iii'm!t CoimInfimtil)I' fit and -eneral
~at i -fc:''


OUR $3.00
HanijidwEII \iciKa Nid aro
f(jti:lItim:iy .m a i mw.*IIIti own.

Iremadii 'in pr: im1p3e

,v-4,.-1 uuenheim.


4. J. SCjOITZ,

THE P'OPULIARL


Three Recular I N 11OU BAR,
Meals Each Day BREAD AND CAKE
25c Eac1h. .:EST R.L Is' AT
; *. ,4 207 Youth Baylen St.,
and l prv-Dared to It-e-iv. All r'l.ers for


Restaurant Rttached, Open Day and eight .

OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEAnON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
R.vrES:-From ,$1.U to $1.Gi per IDay. \LODGING:
51..' and 519 S. South Palafox Street. Pensavola. Florida / 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
IN FL -CI' .IANI 'A.I: 7. I'L.

N ,, ". N, ,. 3 .. N +, 3 .
l. 1i .,,i ] 1 ,p in L"'i\. .i..' i. >ala A ri p 4 1 "' t rn
p. .,' i ht A rr:;, l- l.rni t' : i ri vi I ) I .+'., i l
S, i :,:,:a in A rr, M ,oI. r" i: i-.a' :_'i r I :: ht
n t in Arn T N .w .rl. I \rri\ .-, t ;i i i
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1 n,,t it TIn Ar l.,, -\ .. A rr. l n r m n I

BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


44 444
,,4.4 44,,, Ic
.4444 ~~44
4 4 44 444
~444 III
4 '1 144
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7 _' I 11
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51:. 44444
4444.44.44
44141' .4444.444
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4 Ill
14 144
1'
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44 : ill
I' 414
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1) fit
.4
0 111
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. l -" p 111


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Restauranlt,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
imo'PiPOilT I \I ,N !'P,1'rT.


I(eals at All jHours.


Bread o ardd a ;akes

AT sIORwT NOTICE.



BARGAINS


-IN-


FQeaI


Esta te.


$ LY.J'JYt h vbi, v4'4141at t --of i.,,uI (It ns.
$2000 ~willhuv 4- 1.4 ,,zO in.nu.4 city

$~~~~ii f,,,;, Ir ~ .1-. .i4 IMocksm
$3000 t.p4 t, 4444 N, *.
flit.,.. 4U..rty it.II


tI r, 44 01. 44 .' I.-t rpo.4
$.45000 4444 jW 4I 4 > )4~


$6000 ~ ,1?front on


$ 7#4 44"r r. .4 ,
r r* I v I.. I 444 1 4%4r- 14


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$.10,000 r, ~~ -ft t.";'


ALSO WIKI[S, BRANDIES WINES, IIPORTED AND DOIESTIC

Paul Joncs a l Echo Sprinis Celebratedl Whislics.

TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TONIC.
PHONE 154.1. : : : : 1.. ll()X 7.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Frei- -, D liv) rv to Any l';trt of th.( C':t.v.


Open Day and Night.


CAROUI


KWINE


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


THE DAILY NEwts:
tWratud at the Post Oflec.- at Pensacola.
71aaes-econGS-class matter.
OFFICE: Pitt Hu'lding ,ll:1 .c1l:ti Pala-
taxs bret. up-stairs.
P'BIS.II:i I1BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
One Year by 3.ail $:, "I
ti Month* : ;l a"
Th" w Months p i'
a.me Month "- W'
On Week, by Carrier. payable .Monday II"

THE W EK LY y NEWS:
Patliheod every Friday at :.'tI per year
Postage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advertising Rates Furniishd on Application.


This paper is ou file with the #
IMNI6 ADVERTISING CO.,
EmMott Building. St. Paul. Mina., when
emMbertx. advertierTa and other: mai
eamime It and where estimate@ will be given
upsepace for GENERAL ADVERTISING.

PEBACOLA. FEB. 15. 1900.

Oxx of Carter's "nals" in the Sa-
vannah harbor steal who i now unll-
der indictment for complicity with
him iti hi- gigantic frauds against
the goverLtment has had the aud-te-
ity, as pre-,idt ut of the company
which helped Carter do his stealing.
to Coilnimetc- -uit agaitn-t the I united
States in the court of C:lai:ni for
largee -uinis w!.ichi lhe a;ll l '* to let
due to the cmnil)p:iIy *vn 'I :count of
the Savannah harbor wotlk. It is
hehecheeki-,t blatT of the century.
As 'le pro-p ct for the pIa--ag,.
A-f the Naciragua canal bill brightens.
the etlfTrt- of thle, opposition become
:;4ore frantic. They f have captured
:t representativ,--J. M. Levy of
New York-wh' will otTer :a m-b-ti-
:ute fr the 1H 1i tiprvialiig for tlI-
pur'chat-, of tl i' Patnat t caln'
wreck Lby te government from th.
group of An e.':c.i:i capitali-ts who
ought it o0:1 .4p culation. It i- to"
-atent a jh onb 1 th' facte ,of it, ;a i
,rWveo only to 1d o ;i > -t: .t.Ie tl., -car<
these speculat,-ir ha.,' tin at tin-
protspect of losing their monny.
IEl'KHESENT Al I V: TAIAIEW.T, if
South C'.trlina, was iromnptly or,
hand last Friday night at th1 pen-
-ion bill -*--ion of t liho' uioe. and so.
were :i53 other nllmnb. r to see that
there was a quoruU1. in a'cotlrdanct'
with the dmuiaud thlrefor which Mr.
Talbert h'td! :-ivn notice that lit
would mako'. -M1r. Talbert explained
that he w.t not t ,( t'."d to pension-'-
per So. but lihat !i~ liptsr'-e wa- to
p.r vent t!.e furt Ier p:i-:t ,e of p'ln-
i-;on bill- by ;a lIhitlid l ,*f mime-ili, .r-.
Thirty-five bill- wt rI fe.v.raly r, -
p'orted i n conii.:1,:*' o ti', t wh lt'.
A Con,.:ituti> nal Iri'-<-t.
Since it has l.',:n'' t': fa.-hion 1:
om ,(, t1il ir;1 t! l= t 'rIL!.'I- tl:-'- ft'l> -
ral t .ci'ItutliI l an d l idi -< rl-, it- I -
foets. wl .t,- 'ver it- i, %\i- i"i-t ;I -
loundi to ) oittlet wi:h p.r-mal
party inttt* t : :.,y : : I ;lit : -
t'i inoti<',* :t d. :", t't ',* rin thl. ,t' ].: -
:actually pI rn a',i: ,' 1 p.'' it.' ;,* -",, '

part ii; "* t *v. r;. ..-:n \; :i" .
a bov' and i Vt-..i l .ill :.
be fr.'-' fl,'i:, I,.,; t !: ::' w .
E vcr --1 ,. l i!h :,..;:: f tl,.
republic wt i .laid ::, : I ,- i:t.,i
a rad i.'. l It c ; ; .. 1 : .* .* **O t..
law thl,. :1 -lt- f w ;.;.'; 1: li.tk, :-
failed to .,T -. *'. S. uru..idnd Iy ':,.
mU ;M ; .* 1 ., .:'A
tatiou w l' : ;V ': t i t, :a.t, ic,;i ltp
the .-tuir ; i> \ t u.n ii ; :
I. -itit :n i i :! t-i: t -

wor!I i.1 \ '* I: -
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have b 1:;. ,w rn r ;!*,-I"
ib< lu t,:, I' n t :: :'-'. ,:- f ni ....
tions "iv>Sv : .;
doctriae!-. a; r : i';V. x..i ;a:-'" ,, ..-
ri liar to, r, ii in *. '. 1in ,: '. IT :
w iid.':n *., .: \,v ,IT-.C;-
usiltoen.at :. I '. : : .. .- i: :', ;
'cou]I b'- -i a :: .,- ,i v. ;' r :i- a: -

otherw .--e ut:::. :I.' ,:. :. i',- \v.i;'' d
by coi-id. r it::.- ,,: p tr:y interest.
Their faitl: ill ::r..a:. 1 : ',. -..tan '.
numerousexi" i'.:; .:- *'f -.ti:!n -i,. -

riod, led thlien t, t:.c- :.c.l-io", t..:t
umen taken :0:'; t p.a- ty r:.n:ks t.


Constitute theiti'Ka't u-ii&'al tribui-
nal of the ties-fl..t i'tl w !',v:i, pa- rtat,-
vy placed above and 1hI.'y.'li.t!me iii l lfl
eue, of p &flV -pir;t 'v a 1.'t'ir
would ei a e 'nth-ir iii' ad-
and conduct evt ry traee of partisal4
feeling iW the ptrformiance tef lit' ty,
Alted fulictio,'a; .*uz f~'-t :'


ence of natural racial degeneracy, or
because the constantly increasing
violence of party spirit blinded them
to the sacredness of the obligations
they had assumed, members of that
court have exhibited an alarming
indifference to the theory upon
which it was established, uand bav,
indulged in repeated violations tof
the unwritten law demanding that
when they took their oath- of office
they should become abs-iutetly
emancipated from all partisan obl.i-
gations and thenceforth be absolute-
ly indifferent to the interests of the
party to which they belonged.
In the light of the experience of
the generations which have suc-
ceeded each other during th. period
of a century and a quarter that has
intervened since the foundation of
our government it must be apparent
that an evil exists. None can exi-t
without its remedy. To find the true
one is the function of those who pro-
.fess to understand the whole science
of government. Others can only
suggest. Human nature, at its best,
is weak. As a man votes, so
will le think, act, labor and
pray. So, also will he exer-
cise power when he possesses it.
no matter how it comes. If the ab-
solute and permanent disfrauchis.e-
ment of every one hereafter to be
appointed as a judge of the supreme
court will operate as a remedy for
the evil we have been considering.
no time st.ould be lost in so modify-
ing the constitution as to e.tTect that
liurpoe.

NasaJ Catarrh 'liickly yield- to,
treatment tby Ely's ('riealn Hl in.
which is agreeably aromatic. It i-
received through the no-,trils.
cleans ;iand heal- tI.e whole su!rf:i>c,(
over which it diffuses it-elf. A rei;i-
edy lor Nasal Catarrh which is dry-
in tl or exciting to thle di-eased ill:0:-
brati'e shli)uld no t he u-ed. ('ret-aill
I:ilm is recognized as a sp.ciafi.
Price 4, ('n t- cen at tdru-t gi-t. iorby ima il.
A cold in the li-ead iiimtn diat'ly it--
appeats whilen ('ream B:lin' is u-, d.
Fly Broth.rs. 5. Warren Street. New
York.
Twil: LIItHAIIY.
Annual Mectin i Mondayy. F'eliruary
1911h. at .- O'('Cl -k, 1 1.
T!,e :i; -nut l I;n etinit *i f tl4h- P,-Ina--
cola ILibrary ;a---,ciationi f,,r thet *' 1c-
tiom of ,tlicerz. ti e -iiuini--i'n rf
annual report-., et.. will take ;.li.r
att thi' library or ('Cha.-te stro t Mon-
diav ev- iinl. at .', 'cick. 'lI':it ii'r
wa- fixe-d ,, that the meeptinl :!izh:
not conflict with t;ieeral (,irJdt..'s
lectu ire.
T'rie ,' *iI.r to hl 'tiet,.d are t!'e
pre- i,!;it. vvie" er'.tl-eiit a ind -' i'r'-
tarvy and(l tr'vai-urr. .and thle o e0-,,t
.tllier in accordance with the it
cent suzf'.-tioll of Tli E NEw. exp('ct
atind d,'sire .ill i izi'-i l i nttl*e-tci nI
t!he wt Ifare of tie library to) b, pit--
,nt aind t:ke p:rt in th.- cii-idi a-
tioll of wIyV- ;tand m11ei'i, for i!i.'1:is-
i .l- the in -I b rr ip:) ,i[). incoit', i :A i
u-,f l: of thl.' i i-titi tioin.
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"A Gentle Wind

of Western Birth"
r'.es r.c y.e-cc:c- s:.'-" t ",::-.; ':iz.y -a".
t:c a-':, : *c'":cc", ::.,: :;ct hca:--grtcr
ar.d ':cai::i;-br'-*.c. H i's Sar.parai1:a.
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A CANDY FACTORY


FOR PENSACOLA.


Another New Industry to be
Inaugurated Here Soon.


The Indefatiiga!e Str ve Allen and
Charlie LeBaron are at ihe Head
1ofthe Company-All Gra- l"a it i-'
Made and hold L.Excluiv -ly at
Wholesale.
Encouraged by their great -u-cezss
with their steam bakery ent-rprise.
Steve Allen and Charlie LPllaron
are looking for other worlds to con
quer and have found cne in the
shape of a first-cla-n up-to-date
steam candy factory which i; t) be
established here at. an early d ite.
they having induced c tpitali-ts to
go into the investment witi ti.in.
They will manufacture cii.di-. tof
all grades from the ch eapest to the
finest, which they will sell t xclu-
sively at whole~nale.
They have been greatly e!'t"nlr-
aged by the local wholr,-:lti' .o,-'i.'-..
who have agr,-ed to ihandie t!,'ir
goods and sell them t., tlih, trailed .
and by the retail dealeSi. vi- o ;li tiv-
agreed to Iltndle' the prd'. -: of tt';,
lioinle f:ictlr'-.
The finer r'-idep if ca:nzli,- will Iw
put up in liaindnooln- thal:. n1, a;tni
two pound box.'s withll li- tr.'d.-
mnark label., "AlIt i, --td
sc'ript lette'- tn:1 a. 'hA p'itk: .. 'lit-
pr t kage- w ill li n!-..t :!ii- ;,;t ':. r ',
-linl tli" h-cat'i die- wil Ii th f li;lt '-t
that .kill el.l pur.1 i'l tttei l- c::'
pirep-irt..
The c o',tipn:yt1 ; will > l::;ov.n ;.- t !;,.
All'n ('anldy Coiimpaniy o,! lPiiu- I.,il
The co l-atly Lit- curedl t' sI -
vi.'-es of a -killpd c:in:!y miak r. \'i:
iIha r' 'ec'ntly been;I woIrk:i. .'r N'l!i
ally in Atlanta. a- thi,' f ir. 1I: 1:1.
alld 1all hiis a-si-t:it-t will 1; '* '\x ..
cm iidly makers.
Part of tihe m ili 1;,*.y h- a ri\v. J
a:ni t 'i' b;al tnlce i- ti 1 r,-u't '. 1 ..
plah it w ill b i .-t ,itll ;m i ii::. 1 : i ,
;.er tiot a; s ti oon I!th ,,.-t :t :: ., :-
rive-. which will h) i:; a f,-w d -.
Thiiis new iiillu-:ry will k p :t
cirt'nlati,:n a la: .'- ;, :i i :!t ,: 1i,,:-'a-
w lich t )I.ret,,,r, : -. ,,
away ft tthe itl-ii "'t ( :t.i tl
triltV. ;tili l it w ill .,iv .' *. ;', ":
to :A l:'rg' ;ii::tl I'r ouf *ki.i'ed a:.l a.-
,killb \'o, kiill' .
i'lhe i;tui -;ry -li,,ou!d I :i ati, i z
and w surao v'.t I'd V. l ev .ry n: :,*'!:t
in WVu'e-tIn FIIi l.lri.ta and ;i t, i-u:: i -
..hionuit ii;~!-t uipon iia'.:t. I .\
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TO CURE A CO,1) IN 0\1: I>)Y
T.tk, I .xative' Hrmni ( -uinin Trih: Ai!
till t in .'ts refund the nt ::;-'y f it I ;.- I.
c.'rt'. '. \ tJrovt'; a ii.: a'" .* t.'i *. ',
t .x ". ,>.

Wholesome Water.

fuliii'liisht'd by their' l1 -. W ,.:
'IO. -L.ow- tli:tt .very 1 I'.t '. iit
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THlr CAltNIV4L KING.
lie Is.nutv an Oftictal Order on the
High Sea-.
The following official order was
received to-day:
ARA1:D ROYAL YACHTwr.
T ElK HIl;1 tiEA-. b l 'Ftb. 11. ).IM 0). N
To th,- Actn :ig ( irainl ('tainam erlain:
'twi. its t a:- ine < ;iei1i nt weather. liit
SiLk[i1*1 1'r'-ctlu.. KnIrii it the Penllai-t'oi
.,t aii;v l. Tt en tt-litd Will 'A1m tttuk of
it h "tlp *' o.> t" !1 r A- IeV11rt- n11n I rI rI
S i t. itbe--o-fior Ii,-,h:nt-s l.l't lihl' t't nL.:T iLr 'nvcl chmnihr-
1:1 li lIt *tinlct prtoct'e(d t Eukt-'ii' Arl>o'it'-
(,L f .A.ii'n aitm, i lUur.' ture -h u e1, of hi-4
j, -t wVii-kt-v tii ,ti kt-Itt ot tf Hartlilomal .y
h.t r, il.itlztl-r I t |lit aiia .enild thi-' ruedi-
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t-1iiltl t lwl:1 !,t- I. tiIre. ini tla le for tihl-
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Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat
amit iluyi; trouble without ulll. For grippe.
iit!ut'li/4 iaiild ta detil-s-.ted cought or cold.
it ii thn- h-i-t r-ninl-tv ol e d L to lhI lilhilt-"
Th, ld. r.- .tire- n' anid a bottle costs only

TIlE: 1.RI)l (;lt S CARINIVAi,.
Itoute of the ityal Pageant ly Night.
Thet ni.iiht pageant of tle Pensa-
cotla My.tics will form on Jefferson
street at 7 o'clock sharp on the night
of Feb. 27. The route of march will
be as follow-:
Frl'rtl Jt.tlfi'f-on, to Za.rraigos-a
stro-t.
WV ,-t on Zarra;igo-:,i to Palafox.
Nor'h on IP.I;.itox to 1'11nnia.
W\'f-t on .R 11ania to l)la v!ti.
Nirth on KHyln to h'ias:t.
E, -t (tAll Cliat.t to T~ tirali'a.
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Furniture on Cred

,V'-r -hown in tif- city. \V -r
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IIDIIAPOLI DIIWIbB CO,'S 3I !To

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

MOOG & STERN,

Nos 108 and 110 East Government Street.





Cohen, Friedman & Co's


S.. RACKET STORE.


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e9^IGREAT MID-WINTERE^




CEAR i NG AND S CKTAKING S tA !


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 DIFS!- SILKS AND SATINS.


Big Bargains!
IN TABLE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ET(C.


Big Bargains!
IN LAIl:-,' .IS <-F:-'. (CAPE A. NI) JACKETS, ANI IN I.AD)IES
T.\ %I )-M DIE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN i..\; I- I.K \N D 1 It IIANTINE KIRTS AND LA.IIE.-
FLANNEL ANI)D SILK WAIST.S.


Big Bargains!
IN it' ; I: NTII.: WFILL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHOE DEI-'AlT'
M31NT; .V.ERY l'AIR; (;I. IANTEED.

Big Bargains!
IN .'I:N.S. I; S.iI'iriTS AN)D WINTER I'NDERWI:A I.


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IN 01 II M1LLINE:ltY IDEPAIIT.IENT.
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beverage mat prices that I MARDI GRA
defy competition. We also '
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


the best equipped establi-hmnt- of ft 1 lf f1 1) 1I1
.dveriseinezit appearss in another UwlllU uL' 1 U llU
column of THE NEWS.
.MA('CKS HAII. O-T-The fishinzi
I 7 ...r. t ,'"r ear -.'a Snd r nitt, s1.tcks. Zila-. S:eai ii- of W arr-n &; A. R. Miller of Louisville is at the
/ ,, .... Co'-. il.-t and the Pr:-cill:t of E E. E E cambia.
,....... A ?r 1 ..... ,,,, .1t,,-,,,,, .;n,.r -, -, haul<-.1 out oni i. L Allen of Opelika, Ala., has
.,,.r,,',. .. .. ,, r ... """ the, niarin,. w.vy. tL.i morning for; roo I- at the Esc eainbia.
,' t, e er. repairs. rooi s at the
1: / h .,iM': VMENT-Th h bu.ildini C. H. Stallworth a,f R ptri is a
l,,, ^ ,: T 'AN-A l1.VF Nr.in.,X S -I'l' P I ( b I
U r tA th A I A h rwu on t ei 114-t ,jf p it,. and Pa lafox. guest at ttie Merchliats to-day.
.-r tr t thenare. will b1 r1.n A 1. 1!i # *,ree-t i- bt-in;z iien,,ideleld and will I R. Leon Jones of Seminole is in
y line -Friday niiil.t. I,. ccu>id by (;',. Neely the the city, a guest at the Merchants.
,,\1.1-. lI-.t tRIo,-Tlie -aHkl, tbutcht-i. The -tore he i- now ii will L. P. Gel.on and J. H. Collier :'of
L c. l..,:,l-v i-y:. at l*.a,t~, b; "o'ecupied by J nim Jarin-ie~ w!:o Milton are regi-tered at the Mer-
..: i.t-c-iviii- L x e.-I.-ive r-;i.al \- will hratncih out inaki!.r l.i' tor- hant-.
Snmuch larger and more attractive.
y.\ -T\, C'rt-w N,,. l--Ti.r., w;;i jF. E. Ilrawner left on tlh# 12:4.'5
i..tii .l l ic, C t-, r N it 1 I.A. AT HALF Ay-Thr.-i1 a d.-tra in to-d.tv for a hunting trip up
u,;-n-i- !,.,u--t -ziyLht't,7:T "oIt t' city to-day ihlic and pri the L. & N.
%vate ti I '; :; re llvitir "-t hilf lniast ill
INI'.H-'- l'i1iiiAS-1 !.<,r-, ll honor of the British Vice Conosul Aaron Blrown. janitor at the cuv,-
.-; ii..' r-I A f l tt I ,tt L d(.' L. K() O-iiond (C. Howe. who"e funeral toin llhou-e. ha- ben granted ten
I,-; -it. \oik i t.te -*-cu d will take place at 3:30 o'clock this day- leave of ab-ence.
ak. afternoon from St. Kathlerinf.'s Mrs. James F. Johnson left to-day
CAr1,o. J ..10- Tl--N l-h.,-r E -. church. During the funeral the for her honie, Birmingham, after a
(:;:iti I- l Iin ut P.l:A;tox wiarif tg- at the cu-tomi house will be at few week- vi.,:t to friends here.
-i--chargiL. a car'o of ( i k tro1n ha f inast.
SIi[ H. Littleton. a New Orleans
nkinuei mill-- at E-cauibia. MARIi GRAS RATES-Agents of detec've arrive d here this mnotrnin
lLI.EASEID VoM Tiae- bark- Higt.tll.er and Longtellow oad from Homaton to River June- wanted at New Orleans.
wt-re r.,ela-e-d fr..:n s aiirantilie to- lihn, inclauive. have been instructed,
'" and canine ,v. i io "l. cily to on account of the Mardi Gras festiv- MrA. Dr. Lemond of San Antonio,
d.. ites at Pensacola Feb. 27, to sell Tex.. formerly Mi-s Mary Overnali
round trip excursion tickets Feb. 25 of this city. ik the ue-tof Mrs. Win.
~ A4< i. A RRI iE The finzhii and 2Gi, limited to return March 3, at S. I,0;asc.o at her re-.idence on Pala-
-inack- Clart It. (iiine* and Carrie one fare. Agents on the Pensacola fox hill.
1;. We< 11.- ar A iv.-tl inr', thi. -na.i;p -r division may also sell tickets at the
.A..1. ;li- iin...rinL w,. 1 I -Ja e rates for train No. 1 Feb. "-7. Among the t'ourists who arrived at
.-. "sor ra .. the Escambia yesterday were (Geo.
"'I' "'"i OLIVEK-IlEAL.L-Mr-r. Annie L-ir- M. laldwin and wife. New Haven,
IEAI,1 3 i: EA-lTh- f, lllwii!K kin Iteall of St. Loui- and Mr. C. W. H. Starritt. New York. E. W. Allen.
*.--. 1- Ar p-td ;t ;. I'I ..- al- Oliver .if thi- city were wedded iat Eau Claire. \i<., and Jas. F. Sipe,
S*,. :,- ir.ai, 1.r -. i: I r-il.t th- r.-id ,* ;_'! S l ;.. 1 ;t: ,-'::,.1 M rl;, :; l ( ..irn r of Jack-.nu and Hl i fii- a t e t ,
i.:, C. -tr-et-. at s o'ein..k la-t iiA.Jt, l... tAnmon g the l.'orirliani re.zKtor d(l
S l'A (-- ti. A .; ,, .I .M c(.':,lT.rtv aA;il 1.- i, '1o.< .. ,;. .,i- . ,, 1 ,:. li-:,hof t. % l' j., ls':,.:i A1I c,1' rc. i (; eor-- A. (;ill.rt of Jacks, .uville.
4-u.u... l '- ,, c .. ", tt,,. .".ndan:t- wert, Deputy (',C l!cetr O). A. Sloan of
I ; ..iM,-n : !,. !;..iw:,.-.i. ;r. Eitz an 11-i L\wiw. I Monti',!lo. Albert Je.rnig nof \Vhit-
," all*lit lh', ul a !' j 2 : -l' ,' : .\ : ;11) the ','tl. T vt '. r l itiul:hi f fi, If, 0( 1 1lA:Il.l*- i, E -,.:l1nll)i;L
t.yv tlo.l. .v. 1 ..: Of tIll, ii t-d ; _1t 7, I,>1ii .A i ;l(ti : F. Pfeit .r 1and tw dtLiibt..i r:T of
';.\;. r-r: \ 'A '- T : .. ..... : t ,r :.. : .-l. _:;n ,t w <-;l(!inz -upp>; r M1 r. l
I. (r.I F' W a N -i:ick M.1iA 1 'Nl \11 Oliver d< p.ir:4-(i on the
Si (:, i w. t- 1 ,w. '1 i' n 1 .- 1 n triin f -r St. ,ui!r T v w. t Dr.Bull's CoCough Sprupisthesafestand
4 A A *-'l'>.- [ t -A fi.r t t ii-- i|itnl"i' ,I iii 'tTo ti'f-
.. t ll w iy- ;,l'-"f. r .-. : ni r n ii d l)y *t -* hb rid-t,' ; ., f t ii ....-. n,,i .'
S :. I A '' l lt -. I,~'. l '. I ('li lllil wr o l : t t lll'l "r'- t..: l P'hy- rlc .- ,i '-r!i irtl it,
i. .Iu i ', *" ," i l-,'I. r 1> ar .,' h ll irtr ;! il t- :1 '. ni :.'.I -' .... 111'," m alllltll. P 'r w e
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A lMuoro-c.-r Dii. iii j.-t. .Cle(Aolier.
I).-!iX it- T' i:- i t" 44.1 f \ il~i.o ('4111. r r i:,d hio c('impale yt1V or
at 1':.-1A. '. 44'Wt I 'ii"I Up Vis todi,t~i- will appear at the o (pera
Ifllrli1' IPr ti m- V .m.'] y ''AIi mAn?,ii Kim,, ixSatur~ay- iAghit. 1'br1%try 17.
TIT~I iI!i' :111 n lut-cl.- ;i'n(!lirot-o (INPIer 1,'isadd lcI iitchtiptcehis repuo-
Thi-tc- 11+-ot:110h i1115 4'4 --vrm-ni''- t:itl'iii a-;a ee:1i ~wit!) his n ew
But D~r. l ~~N,-w if-- 1',I!- :ii- playy -Mr. SmoiaIhT," 'which u-ill be
- 15.- aid I-'-rt sinlcamr 1;. t-:ij, tie pre--ntod hlie.lHe' nc-ds little rt -
mul4 Id1 ho skoui('i.p. Liv. r. F-OnIy-A emoniii'ol tuonri Ownthe tneatre-gci-
alil! It 4wil-'i. fI)'11v-,. c') Prot m eI- il thi- cItx-, a-, !,(, iio already
l)A''~teit.- hiuz sie.IktiiiWii:1- wcIlik.-d ilc-1~. In ''M.N:


% I IIA : I A D, Q, i- if**.tIi iit- a l'lf- i- [a-;1an amu hi r aA
ti 1.I ma ~efiui~v.A,'MUtSICAL PUZOGRIN1 Well a- ani actor fo~r[it, Wrote tl'"
'Ti rT,' f o'iI~- ~I It*, ~t ~Vi I ___play' 4il i T. lhe piece iQ a farep ofI
.1.~ re'in'r' I'K~le Ii:(. yo) Ie (;i%.ez, at (,Ig11tu'g'4 11-111 Ttlul'-. the h~i,,ad--t kinil .114(1 thi')roeuu:hly
hi: i'iljiiii. I r42: ii. 413 141 ~ irigjiiii tl l1i Ili 1!140oTlia d atiinos.phere,
A ',.!III will It--L V Ill- and q it uiililj" any'.'thing thit ha;
4?Mr(. G-r,!a. Ahlil m 1imuth iAli(':IrI- bfeei --i-n lo-re [b-fic-e. Amy Lzlip
liII to) il.1:--, ..~ fully :.r.:uiig.-d thin-: t.~air il te welIl kziiowiiwriteroiithe~hicagci
Ct (u1t~r*- llltLll1,-4Khr-d:t(itr- hl.fetN ewt. be g if l A! et e ~ ic
'1 ?'42r~i'I)i vpsi i nix li" NIr. Smoot L-it.; isthe fun-
Ill if W il[l ls9ia ( e)il.. Fe 1 th i li l n -;t farc e since 1hoyt w rote -A R alg
It l'c; ti. 4 will bo- tilt- la-t concert hI-lAfore- Lf'i.m I;aby'."']'I~le rdit lW ihw l
i in'' h- i po-- lti t Will l,- a 11101)- -X#-IlleIt pro.- g`1ven is:-;ad to hI)-- 114)'t abo-

4.X4.'! :ti1-IVt:e diilii i.N.c-n- illI G ~E IN
t!),. till.. i\ .'d li :i t'! ''it di.! pally-- Eveti i the -tile giaunted fano-
ox oft~l ..'i I''jj.( 4I'~ -I ie-' t friu- eii o vt-tiy iipi-a e raget at.l


I -*~,xI V.- L at'. ~ 1: -0:111 If'i:- I.v 4 : .!*- Z :11 iol- bitftq etlfyire. lwn-l thati the
i I C I.'l W' itAtl4 No-X .1 0 .t:itec-r-w!c t!u.-r h i-- je ul'
'A : '-t op; '-dii-:u'c:`.)n- o" N1 \V l~i i .. I~. vor c'im k-i-i il (t--4p~tir.uand ('alls upt-ii
...! :. 44?iLIT Ti i- -'::. Siit ; :I it, -:*u till- otho~-i- toi l tpllouiI('f tb-ir prl ero-fu
4 *1~ i'il* 1I ;I" All 1: .. t ~ T'IL ~.eruco--. wIt h .1 View to a cha-llig'. siig-
I;V" A;% t:i In Lzreuct abu ii (I'llnIII("
V A 1, a: -I' M r., it v'iriet. ii-:ue'. 1ut 1no t~v iti 4 ltillIi
\v in tit- ot-n t.o ma-ii--#-
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4. I ~ ~..2...iI't te'Il il,- iiAe -;1:111 la t. iln i dled t a-i
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SMALL BOY'S MAD RIDE.
Opened the Throttle of Ills Father's
Locomotive and Let Her Go.
"1 (.u ru-n an enginen, lIke papa."
si; yvear-oli I''d lEvan:is as hlie was
little down frou tlu.e locomotive of
Elie l. .lJhnu's Air line at Alb;ua. lie
ha3 4r: >utntd tvhe mlie~t:ue at St. John's.
pul l!.i op u the th -ittle anil reniaiund
,!l tlih- seat alove on! al a i.;il ridh of tei
Ll:!.-. says a 1. r'tl I:4l (Or. (i dispatch
to !w.'- S,. Lo. r s <( olic- 'lilc>''lit. The
youl:;l n;'giu, l.r is tlhe son ,f 1\V. I.
l'ia.t lWt St. Jul.. ; oill it. .gi *tr onI
the lilt'., lit, Lad l40I 1 ii i 4.Il o1il ;hli
'ii' iIll. :1% I hl i. 1.it'w r" hadl ,x l:aini.l
to hiii l, w il he le-(r is pulledl lul the
\vi .-ls t-Iart d ilii'viiug.
The eli;gne lies over -,n hour at St.
.JoLhn's. :niIl d'ur!':~ this ltne. while.
Mr. Evi.s \-was at lui.ch, little l-'r-ed
iloilluiedl] thi eat a;;nd pl e ei'd l widlc the
Ithrotlh. hTih Illi;achiil \Was full of coal
:lad \\.n.t"r ndI was ready for the road.
Se'ver:al )people saw the lboy start. lout
io niie \'was near enough to catch the
engine. Master Mechan!c Michael F.
Iira'ld"' at ol(ce began to telephone to
silltills along the lin e. Portsmiouth
nnuol 'tuins-:ultr were notified, and menu
at tliesko points tried to board the en-
Ogine as It th:silecd iby. lut its speed was
too great. Mr. Iraily also notified the
,tica :it Alblina. and a party of men
.utnl out on the line northward to meet
the wilhl eInine.
In (comiiing uip tihe hlon grade toward
Alhina the steam died dliwn a little.
.Johin Woolds was thl first mian to nett
the enmjtii. lie c:lun:!t the hlind rail
lanIId swung; up. but in (loinii so lie w:ie ,
dr'aggedil sI fc(t. 11 at S':1 (o t'rnIl 4'
of tilhe s i n-l ., n)i ld t!!,' i' l:IIiO si w 4,l
dlown a l a 'tuto ,ped. It '%:is then th la:tt
youlnl lIr'ld mai!.e' t!i.' rI- '; ii:rk coliiiorn-
ilil" his tiill ;!2y "s 1;i i tII,';.l" o rt T''le
h y w is inot' n'l 'tn ::t :ill. llit sct'I!,;l,
rather proi-c l of Ihis f. :!t.
W hlvin tile' i' in! tir-t ,l:-s!',:1 out ,f
St. Joh}n'>-. li' v:l.is f i:-_ e!; '.d. anIl :is
lie a. lIlt' thl:'oul! h t I' ,rts;: uth like :i
shot out of a g;;u! ii ll ''Is 'ellirni lusti-
ly fior "ii ,:in:i." .Aft,,r ,*ini r\,.,vr:il
miih's farfl -r. I hlxo\ ,\ r. | ,w .tiu l,i
e:lan I rave iini l I'+ lhis pI1,,-iti1rni tin
tin. se':t w ;:h cuI (, t1,:re'. \'. th his
h:ian] ion tihe Icvrer il.4, a vot 'r:u.

BI\Y IFXC\0-ioN
I'For the it'n'mii, of th ie PuIlic Shticoll
Iiliraryv,
The plibils of G;riad, 7. Stc. I'...
Shiiool No. 1, will give a 1. iy V-xcur-
sion Satutrd;>y, Fe, 17,,n t:11 1 -t(. :ttn-
Ser ''Florida" for the bfcnlit of the-
scehool library.
I'he boat will l-av e 'Palaf.,x wharf
promptly at lo a. ill., rtturniiig about
5, p. in. StopI, will be made at Navy
Yard, Fort liarratica's atnd the Life
Saving Station, tand a trip in the
gulf will lie given to thio-se who so
desire. Others .will remain at Life
Saving Station until the boat returns
from the gulf.
On the return home tlie boat will
make a tour lip in tio eaa-tern part of
thle bay, giving passengers a fine
view of Pensacola. fliltd
F-EMI'LOVMENT ()'FF F(i.
Ring up ":,2 or call at the olce.i,
il North Palafox stre t, wlh-n in
Tin-,d of i c;:rpi-nter. B. D). Hioilman,
Iil-line'--s A.\gelt of tlih (';i"arp ntetr'
and Joihiersc' 1'nion, will turliiilh yvou
within the d-eird lihlp on -hiort n i-
tiC'e. iin2 tf
Try Tl f ': N i\\'- Want ('olutiin : it
will pay you.
NAVAIj ST),ltS MAItlI'kET.
lIported l)Ially f'or The News by
Mlesrs. A. M. Mr'en & Co.
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;FI :'rs TRPsNTINE-ri;T oentu.
if you n1.-d ( ard(en iin Ti,)ols or
(':irp":iters' ''Tool-, of any kind, vi-it
S..I. Isatas, corIn-r Palafox atid IHo-
'nana. ald laI'k ,over his extensiv-
alSortinl(nt before buyin:: elseiwh-hri..
7f-tt


Investigate the Convertib!e Term Contracts
-OF THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI. 1 ;., :,v; Ar t, A -


SW. B. WRIGHT COlPAIY,


M1A-Nti-F e(11 REPS:--ANP 141 XI hIJ.KIN


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED PRESS SHINGLES--Ka11-Lrii lpFs


PE'-.CO[A.FL.A.


IUlhIliaiu 1oljnson & eon.


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Saturday and Monday.


Iutton,........................- c w
I 400" ('rt.mk-.1-.i.ack .l :: S ,,!.ow 4ai.t- 4
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2,)I) ,z.; :t I a -i,,.lc!i d! Turki-. 'i'w\ils


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I I)ZEN All Linn t Huck
J T'lw4 -I. 4'i iti. 21xiG;. P6
1 '. -r lb th l e /
do,,ein for-......... ...... .. .--- $


A i I TI -


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80 lle r WOF 8


110 / F N X ll!-:t i'd (' Cn DOZEN Half Lineon Huick TI hi is a l-i ulir 7'*c Tow 1. MEWV0 a 0a-
Huck T'wel.l l 1 | Tow l. i ! 4 ,,, ..7.y ,-, ,,' Iu I-, i 'Ce :,,!r Il JAMES HUGHES,
1 14, 4 1 0 ,o, for .......... -: Bath Towels=AME II

l1) Z ( N Ztl,.'Ched (',C tn ) DIZIFN All Linen: Huck IN ALI. SIZES AND QUALITIES. PROPRIETOR.
,.k Trow.l-.'-'v24;. ( / Tow -. hil-mnuied,
." **at-'. .r i.v ttes' *a TXI. 17' !. .t..'. h Don0't oiss This Great Towel Sale. Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.


1Th.'- me!
72-inc II
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Inc-h


TABLE DAMASH.I Napkin- to Match, frnim.................. TS,. to i)c yard.,
TAKLE. DAM ASK. Extr:i Heavy. l:titiful l-sigii-......1.35 and 41 75 yard.
'NHIFLACHE!) DAMASK, good values............................47. e yard.
INBHLEA.'HEl)I DAMASK. g ood vallues--............................ :,ie yard.
INILEA.'IICEID DAMASK. txtra heavy........................ ...72 -.c yard.


Steam Boiler., Tank- and Sheet Ironi
Work Manufactured and Re-
paired. Pip- Fit'ings ,of
All Kinds.


COOKING STOVES

ALL PRICES.


1tiliiam N oll & $Soni.




Chas. H. Turner,

ARCHITECTEC*
--AND--


General Repairer.

lBuilding. Re-airini;..Manit. and (Oratf- Setting. Plumbing, Ste.im. Water
and (ia- Fitting.
A Complete Plumbing Departiment under t'a
Management of E. B. Morey.
f. = Arti-ti DI) uizn l-:timn tea. Pl t 1 a d i,:' iflcatii- for uild-
iln of All Kindl, Prepared on Short N.-:ice.
A IarL e an nd Carefully P.le ,J St.'-k of Finel Mantl.. Gr:ate--.,


- STOVES,


This leek .we w 'ill Call Attention to O lr inen Depirtment!
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


%OLD DUST.


!-'a' AT V.. A'~l;JUMP OVER
HL WGLL'-aLL FALLS.

7hae t~n'.4 -f nat "ettwnficnn.i Series 4sf
11,1asilax Ve 5atl% slch 1=tI i t tins
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I'4witmi m in s~vu oIMIeIi as'IalniislIn
11%,17. ai'I it fl a'r1:.', a '' a 'lto I'atsr-
a.,u N J a a( it lai pl aIc.. Iin l"'27 fit,
t'a:tt aa'mi' I l t it I te inc '[ill.! 0 n1313


NesL m 1N s.i :av5 4tfalls two'.aai va'.lr-s Lt'.*t r.
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STORMS IN NEW ENGLAND-.
ll-avy D nmaeges Along the Coast Vrom
SItains and Snuwatorms.
I ) o--.TN. Feb. 14.-The gales of the
qu 1u1x have scarcely ever exceeded in
S.**ce tue storm which swept ovIr Now
SLa:and Tuesday. leaving in its wake
S Jan:age by flood that is alins,: ncalcu-


cata:4rmact.thle ssar'rcix'ill:ttuilt It de shed's
s.oars for the Jolly v ga .. t al' i'x.'%%'.ho,
11lo* nun1 IY'a sit la'. I' 'a llslITI L~tic tar,
%,. !a'i:t-a':w~inn:z cIls'ri'nors ,thait
ni ': ii I 1a:tai baa' t'nal' ive a i
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'atI t'.it11 1w si'a 4-li 11114satlal tlat '-:IV 4114 tla .l
1114, ettit' tvilSsiof j11i11'.z.Sn
IIa~ts I Va s'Tit iias far a as .Isa h i iI'vism-11. wx'hos'
I.tial tiaa. pulotilalsaiita' rhiir.1(' tchurc
Salata1:1y Schol a Ia 1.nIt l-alssautltey Sawa
fa -'xl'vvIi : ll '' sIs. ltTi o an cess-o Illes I.,
sa.i~ o' r a' 4 ass. Inica 'h sts'r Ifermi s.

THE SAMPLE FIEND.
It Take's Lotisa iof ::a'ltfa upply
live %0 III IIl.r~at 114s1.1indasl.
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To Clean Matting
Few th.,it (an he ai.-J to clean matingg; slt
a"d bstds fipve hecn us.-d. but expericr.ce has
taurt iht'i the h:ot *sa 3v to have the mattiag

thoroihlly wept,. and then go over it ilth a
solution of warm water with
Gold Dust Washing Powder
dissolved n it. It "s beat to uie a woolen cloth; a
ueta:ept. ,a of (hold Dust Wastlign Powdr"
in a quartt *stier i% the proportion; wring the
cl-o h *lmt,-t. dry and ruh quickly. hut the
m.'msent the wtler get., dirt). change it fur fresh;
then fler'.' ,c a:lt c-;Tj ith a dry one. This
*a*!' Clcaa II |il:CI).

THr hI.. FatMaANK COaPalY.
C%:c. ,'. U|. Lomw*. seo v..a Ssame.


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t7 'I ellow F ever. Typhosd
I' 'ea~ri'.All Malarial Troubles:

.Paris : 22 Rue Dreset
%-wYorka: E. Foaigera & Co., 26-30 N.W,,..im S'




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FAVORlIT


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


Ro~arke on t~he silk Hat.
in an edutorial !u tile Phxilade~lphia
Saturday j-'%'ejnltig 1'aaist Ilaydru Car-
truth says that the sillk h1:t I-, W"ttUg
out (if slats'. HeIt .:tys I liat the lburden
oft li'afl!i!i up tIpa :1 :k halit is j.'rc titsr
thati th in' 'a.'rag''1:1:1.1 a.a.:1h-a:11.: thalt
to lEvo 1- ..aIil'a m t'it :1 1 ..1!11 i1
splwal at lI'na't $Ia"a a i'a'r. Manyi*
IlItxi 11l9'Os l-itAl it. .ai~l'.';" ft.01 land (sVea
lsalikiiliat1. '11wa' s:i:~it1. in Mr. Car-
rut IIM isfitiisal~. oaat:!.i-t iait-1 S' tlisl14 1)0111
thes at (oaf' atit a I :2 a g'It sallci.?
Ia le s ilm ,nfl %t o-w loaa'[s.! 1:t> 18.1it it s still
\'v a''V 0s tiilhi 1,r e ina'81 5 a,:a.la'slit-
ly i at a I t'- i-' :ui i \:i.'Y I:' ta'. he' wlits'r
ova'l 1i.1s-;1 1 1It. a':Ittala I 11i L:.! toI llsk
sp )w-(a'-, *M\! :- :I. Ia ,;-- i' ily hici'ksr.'
s.1 -lwd s'rla4 ;Ili lily
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Fac-Ta''ist Ihann'at Not.
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A Princely
Draufht: :


Drinkir


health.

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is drinking for health indeed !

The WorldI Triumph of Master Brcwin~


.abi.
For 24 houri a heavy rain, after wip-
:I:a ;away what loew traces there were of
.i"M andi ce. brought to a c inax tihe
,'ia i uaseaiona:)iaie winter New Eug-
a.4t i hai known for a. great niany years
i'ribu~ary bodies of water, which a few
weeks ago were so low that the unhear'
of condition of dr,,uth in midwinter
was threatened have bieeu changed i;i
tor:-eats of more tureateuiug vouoa
in si during the spring freshu.s. From
dr muth to flood, witn all tae damage
done at both extremes to tue manu-
factur;ng, loggiung and ice liarvesting
ineteidts, is now uatded the ')* st of
repiacnug bridges swept away and of
repatiring railway and highway beds
turn up.
The moat extensive dasiamago reported
is along the Mlerrn:tic and Conineti'hut
rivers. The b.ow w.as herce alonu, (ue
coast, but shippmu..u. u.ual.y ie"s in voi.
ume at this season, .ta .mpnie warniug,
of the storm.
At Manchester. N. IL. A:uier H.
Jackson. a mill hand, fell into a river
aad was washed away and drownsd.
Washouts stopped traffic on many
small lties.
At Champaign Val!ey the rain ha4
lasted nearly tive days, so that after
effects are expected to bo more serious
muan now appears.
At North Adams, Masi., several mnil-i
have their lower tl.Lors flo)oded witu
daminae exceedttm $;u.u0o.
Al,:Ig the Kinuebec river in Maine
the 1.o s i so) wreak that it is I:ke.y to
bre:a i up l.iit %,l ;!! tthe io g<) all taros-
pea''s for a iLirv '-r ttiii s-,'.-oh:.
I'A ':;i a.l polulr' comie ;C'! t r'.s of heavy
dai-; to mill proper.v and the de.
stiuciii, of -ma:l tl iidg.s lur ice jama..
T1i0h -uburbauI e.osctrik ancrs are running
erraticately, owing to slides of earth un-
tier the r.iis.


H. .ATERS, HALL & KLEIN'S


Butcher and Green


Grocer.


PHONE 172
l'r(,.t T"l',.nn,,f" ;ind Native Meats.
('hit k -n i :anti' (',ouilntry
I'r,,iucte Daily.
Shop, Rear 0 Johnson & Son's Store,
INTENDENCIA STREET.


HEINBERO P BOS. & 0.,





Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florid a.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
P'ensatola Ijo tge. No. ;3. K ol .


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W. 0. W.
Live O(ak (Camp NoI W VAxlnl' y i tflhe
World.
t '.: : ~- t' ral 1 :'n', n cht: nt
:s11 int nv I W. W. W.AT.-a.

MEIltT'.1NTIl.lI i'i(OT;CI I AS. -
CI ATION.
Of~t' i f o (o S'r* rary ;at C('in.ir's

F '' i X7-T f ;;r %A ,' ; ll.\ ) .. (.i' t !11 Iek)
JI AMK -: M. H (, .
AItE I 'AN IN I.'--In-ii.n:.

PROFESSIONAL OARA.

DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.
O.rICO-Hansh Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENCE-400 E. Jackson Stre


Wm. H. Maarean, I. D.,

Hieolati2 Physicial and Sarnor,
L.ate osr Oala. Vla..
Tr,. his p f a .- *rv:o-& t the citi-
3. 1 ." C A t :-:I. *;H
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Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misoii: Temple. Phone 364.


KNGWLS flasi.,


GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE


-I- AT-
The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


HEN--COO

HENTZ & CO..

,-120-1.2--._


Real Estate Agents,


91?1.1-1 '':' '.a'Y\7Y o'a sF THlE
I.F 41t'1 Na. 1"F I FY. MAR'Nla.
A Ct1 LDN T. F IIEIkI'T Y. PLIATE
GLASS ANn TA) LANI Fo-LER 1.N-


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Trolophlozxo 300.

e, ''atril.- Ne-w and Old, are Cordially Invited to \'i-;t and lin' pec:
their I nunil -' Stotitk.
=09M


Telephone No. 14"7.


Cold Weather
Coming. s.,. ..
,rd 'r- llndl t :1; ;.'1 vI :' tias h,.f.,r- t
.lI -ln tap airriv, \VU llI -,] nI yIV ,'
.-e t 'a;! y.,u ca:v pro' ir, f..r either tak;
3Z** Mgr ;i 1 ,ti; Itrpots, s at r';-aiai;lti- pr;c'--

Thompsop, Oise 9 El o..


Coal and Wood.
i *!, s* an.l Yarl; 4. t'.Corner /.ZarraguP sa
a::d l.ailra.,!S tr.- t-'.


-JOHN PURDY,

Foundry mIachine Shops,
('- CENTRAL. ~1tA Co. J PFFE IRN AND PINE STEETS,


Telephone 3453.


Pensacola, Fla.


.ATTEl'l '.\''TIIN.S. L'MHNiR TRUCKS, SMALL crHILLED
I ( C r W .,;-. W.na iI and fri 'ron 'ullv H:inwer-, BHixp-. Etc 1.sn;-
1 .to':ared t- -)rdr in Fzr-t-Cla--, Workmanlike Marx* er at Re.t-.,a.-
b:. iR.t ..
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationarv and Marine Application.


.)OOPP(


601


SALO I


)SITE UNION DEPOT.~(::


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.



-'-'THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:>


1sI 1 ra, Wm 1.1 c

: --BEERS, ETC., .-:

II 01WO AND GLASS, LARGE OR SHALL O1UAITIT:E1


t/'(cIciins BCCeer is thoroudhiN
? iearme-nted and of ripe afe. It never
m akcs you bilious as-young-bccrdoc.
It noutrishes, invigorates and
ton"S. Ask ior 4tei on
V draught. Order a casc for hone.

THE CHRISTIAN jc eifl BREWING CO., CINCINNATI, U.S.A

LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Penziaclo


SOMETHING NEW

-E VERY DAY:-


it


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

T.. Manfawul rs of a n Headqnlrters fa t a

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentiae Still,
COMI kt mI M. a rtt ta d teh a m

MOBILE, ALA.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900. 7


BACK ON HIS OLD GROUND.
Illi.-,vel That lulhlr ains Wil:hdrarvwi
!,,> i ore to ('hl-vel.r.
yi':. Yt:K, I'e. 14 -The dispatches
-.-: un":i: the Lr:t:.h .*ret:r.!i ent" at
i.-..ter-: are not satisfactory. "Our
S;-s :are xut yet known," said the
.* .. M:.' --crrespc(.urt. Th',re was
:. :.tiu all day and at night the
t -:;nt re:ared.
S ailt newi as the more depressing to
r. :(in t-rcaue ,niy a few days ago it
v.e t lelievtei Gentra; Frenca w.asab,;ut
Tage C,.e.:-rg. If tne Boers are
..: t to iet'at Genera* C.ellienteu in a
..sve eingaement tusev day tnretten
1. ri .. Ls.' l,"-- o: I-u: r.ie at DeAar
Sunct I'n. thi Untipecteta sucw of
t'r--a;gli ;i tai. Boer a: C uaebhnrg bha
-niaz .. tnot., who were prearting an
I ,.v rt!'a-:: ,:r Lord ilobert. through
t:.e IFr'e .'t a:e.
.:i,- exports who saw in General Blul-
-r s -catiture and al)aniounment of Vaal
r.tan:: a thae piece ot! strategy say that
(,. ue1.i. Clieu ut retreat to Rnsberg
pirt o: toe same p ,cvr. to engage
largee fore*' of Buers wnaie Lord Rob.
e rtr demo.iihes Crunje.
It is believed that General Bailer has
withdrawn has wbole lorce from Pou-
i:eter's Drift anid Lnringdleld toCnleve-
.ev and is exactly were he began two
mi'ti.,1s ago.
i he I,)nion Leader's war expert says:
"S.iuth African mtiatary opinion calzi
for )'. ).'i 'r ...U)') o're men as soon a-
S,.-.l .e and, ti:, no tne ground of mer-
:-l'ies and u.rttiiaze economy.
*iu: w.,u;,i br',;z our streuigth there
tT to I-hary -_UJ.OO. aund tnts torce to
Sut il'iwn two p'nalli revub.ics. wnose
L.:;ite, white PIpI.ation isstiup;osed not
,. -"'ed 4.o).QJU.'. 1nr women and
,:i :r- n.
N t!.,n, but thi; fact was needed to
.:. 'rat tna lUtlltvy of tie minti-
I ,i-'!i ne of arTiy re,)rzan:,. tl,_n
.,i I.- :,)re parliament on Mon,:ar.
` Ihe i.r-cise nature of Lord RHobert'
i;. veienleuT tin M3o:d-r river and (Or-
:.o!.i- river are wrapped in nuivterv.
',rta;ui t is that toe country G(enera.
i ranch 'tsan-euvred out orb in northern
< .p t ',lony has been reoccupied by the
*-nje'-rail Builer is keeping his own
s crets. t[ut we may inno tor another
:;. -re It wit I art mi a day or two. ruob-
t ,v to tbhe east of Coienro "
Sh. exzp'rt of The Mornuing Pst corn
,areq the ontuation to tue American
a!r a the time when tiie army of th?
','on.: c n -ld a!l tht. confederate forces
:. V:rin:a. wtil! the western armies
:. rei down the MlissiIit'pi and through
S:- .-irt f the Conrederacy to At anta
-:. .vannan and thence nortu tA Gen-
:.. Le's rear.
.\f:'-r d .'c.'r f.ii i too ii re lir f
.I : I U-i i'd '. M 11 itt ('< l
vrd t:r- ho ttl. ,,f it cI.i .(
't I- h :l Il, t ) ie I. !<-. I{\v' ,'i,!,
,r w ti",Ir iti "L ',',a ;: It ur-d
.- t e t: illdr. nt **f 1th. w..r-t
%,- \ i iit- J In(). K I'rv ., ':o tit, ol..

:' (',,Id-. croup and i thr. ;mli
i i',rio- alw ',y lik, it. M1 i-
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SIDAILY 4RT rI BPORBT.
Itrf.h* ItchO IOtc


A VPV I aI VL- a JUL m NEW YORK. Feb. 14- opw'q rwq


Awful Itchingof ErZe-r..-a

Dreadful Srcalific- of

P~soria-sk

CURED BY CUTiCUIRA

C l( tx RA qit-AL1'po( v- L"~
ci i -I IIIt. lA O i clt t lo.;t !; 'etilv skin, aim
!'Tt'R.A l.(IlNT o co--Il I!:,-~
Make tle rao,-t (omotfl ai( ~A I tp' edy r!-r
..i-tueiit for torturui;, '-,-ig .i 1t lii

liA~r. which Lave def"Ie the ski.1 of thi ~t-
p .iu-Nians and all other remedies.
THE SET $1.25
0,. F-'AP. ne -.OtWYNETusvr .%5t Ra3OLT3.. 'dr. Kol4
.,,rjrhete. PtjIrW&a I. 31C. Cujar. 1'ropv.. Iomboa.
Afte-r Te-ir ".Ilk Bo0ttle..
A nmivt le11:1s h'it~ f'estiiin the of.
"4'4Q (f ili t(Z' iilk (4ttlprnies
N-i'iz .7-9040o :r' to the toen drivers
~ i.~la I i~f .-e.Ji .1. V WIM. return
tilt- (r*~~tfiriI*. f miilk bot ties
,If thi~ii:p1Il:toe tbfofe ::Ixen out

-:ta' I ii~i~ *;It:I lv Ii.~1114-ji'deli ver v
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J. I. Stophen-< 't:'- a iar-m a )ort-
in,-nt of S.li, St,-rlir;:g Silver aund
I.o.:.-r'e Kniiv-, Fork- an d Spot n


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a topA. :1 ..o t ItI- d t'will fr sI tp a-

V.- ~- --n he :'tt .-ii b ttoy t I)l.a.t-I-ft.. du I li, 11(q!1
ii tid urnt-I iiri I- Ali I I-.iiiilt la
wiPti' ho (wr ttmt h fll nrutt-It i-
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January................
Yebruary............
M arch.. ,..........
A priL ..................
M ay....................
June...................
Jnly .... .........
August .................
September .............
October....... ....
November .............
December........ ....


7 )55
8-.44


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7.54


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GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
CHICAGO. Feb. :4. OP -X CLos46
WHEAT-February .... .... A
WHKAT-May ......... .... 6,7;
WHB AT-July.......... .... t ,
ClolN-Februarr....... .... 33
COBN-May .................
COR.N-July ... .i1
UATm-February...........
UATS-May ......... 3S ,' ....
UATS-JuIl .. a
PosX-February .......10 .
PoBK-May............11 10 .... 11.65
'Olt-Juiy.. ........... 10.90
LAD-February ... 5 92

HlW-February 5
LA t-May.......6 59 5.9 .
ARs-July ........ 6
NAVAL STORES.
SAVANNAIa Feb. 14. -Spirits turpiM-
tite firm at 531.; reoo4ipts. 24; salts 7o;
exports none. Rosin firm- recipts 5.250.
sales 2.45(;; exports o300. Quote: F. *LSO;
G, 1.tOl.

3.n the t Th IdYll cu Hav AIWJys 0Eoutg





The l eeture


Ef. Jo qoqoo00

i'lhe Last Dayg cf tte C:N ac
To be Deliv red ;at thie


Opera Hcuse, Mocday, February 19,
is -aid to hb the fine-t -ver delivered
on the American -tage. Hi-4 re-cital
lf thrilling war ttoiri s c'niiolt I)b '(x-
clled by any living orati'. It i-
hardly prio,:able- that the .citizen- iof
Piensa:cola will ever have aini)ther
opportunity of hearing! this di-titn-
-ili-i -d orittr and (',osl-r;. -;e ,)l-
dier. V,,u will n vr rt-gret hearing'
him. You will always, regret it if
you do( nuit lhear hinm thii time.f.

fdmi55ior, 0So aid 750.
Sent- oin Sale Frid y at 12 in.

WVEEKKLY shCIIEDULE
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TEIIMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
Hayou, Palmetto Heach. Warsington. Navy
Yard and Fort Earrancas at
t:. :a. m. arrive at Fort Harrancas 7:15a.nm
l1i:1%j a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancah 1 l.Sa.ru
I :()p.m.arriveat Fort Barrances 1:45p m
;.1:.i p. in. arriveat F4ort Hiarrain't, :-:1)p n i
l:l')p. m. arrive at Fort hta rancai 7:1lop n
*S:'ti n m. arrive at i* o 't arranceat 8:45 p.rnTi
Trains leave Fort Itarrarcas for Penba-
cola at
7:>i a. m. arrive at Pensacola ...... :16 a. m
Sll:i:U p. m. arrive at Penteacola.........11;4 ) p.m
2;(A) p. m. arrive at Pe:i-acula. ....... 2:45 p.m
.- I ) l in Iarrivevf t l't-iiiiAola 7:4.5 p m
7:tN) p. in. arrive at Pensicola........ 7:4., p 1n
*:4r p. m. arrive at Pe n acoia......... 9 ~:;u Im
*eSvirt Ir av only.
In tf-tIcT lDc.. IM t, I .
tLUN AY hCHi'EDlrK.
leave Penhacora. Lv Fcrt Parranoas
a. in. 110 M .
11 a. I. 12 m.
pm. p. Pin.
2p.m p.m,.
8p.m t r. n,
4p.m p in.
5p.m. m.
8p.m. T .
FRF. FOR WF. K DAY-.
P'inacolat to r-'. H rr rt retrr rrr. "c
P.-nsacola to Navy Yard a.I ret'r:. :c,
Pennacola to Palmetto ife..:l azd return l.c
FARK Fro hL'DAY
eensacola to rt !trrancas Navy
tard and r tn r............... ....2.. ..5..
Pensacola to Palmetto JBea.h and
** torn.. ...... ...-.......... 16o
No frightbt vod after R:15 D. m.

C I. ,. \V N I 0-3 1 C 14- .
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H NI-t)Il \St Ti I,,. Iti, ,,r

()f .-aid v .--,'l.
A.. \ .' A .K A '' Il V I'.
l n-a1 ',l it .i 1.i0 '" 1 '" f it I;' ] :i.

NF'! FI'H Ft t;h'(.contat n <)w;i-
or (ftr( nh e %, I' a .\or
ar 1,.in- wi.. 1-, r-.w )--
".hlh ftr ,l t- c'.tutr ct*t 1 "
thii cr-w (if a ;it d v '. t.
W S. I .\ i-r t r -' t .
I < or_- +' i -' :1t


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Four different men were tryin- to
,talk to) Jacoby. all at once, the other
day when a .'EW',sw man- dropped) d in
to ge-t an advertisement he had been
promising. "It's ni)o u-., y ltiieti.'"
he exclaimed. "You ca.in !-e fur
youl.-+lf how tI inge are. Lo,',k
around. and if you see anything: that
will do for an ad.. put her in. but
doh't wait fcr nie to write it up; I
-imply can't do it." THE NEWIHatmaI
looked around and tlouttd -0so)n-
thing -here k part of it, the rot
wa;i packed away in the bi. wir,-.
,tiii c. next doi.r, or sta k-d t i t) in
shelves and pi) es, up to the ceil:'n :


BRE.AKF'AST FOOIDS,
Ineludin- PIillsbury's Vitos, a dte-
lihtfiul wheat fo;d ; American Ce-
real Co's. Victor Oats; Hoeker's
Royal Health Food,. Roiled White
Oat., Griddle Cake Flour and Ouat
Meal; Stobie's Buckwheat Flour.
NOV~lTI1Ej IN DELI(CATESsKN,
domestic and imported, such as
Hretiifer.q Cheese Biscuits; Miller
Bro'. & Co's. Jumbo Sauer Kraut
and Weinerwurst in small caaus: [tn-
,)orted Italian Egg Nudeln and Ver-
muicelli; Wauk-esha Cream Neuif-
chatel, and a large variety of other
cheeses; Dodsen-Braunten Co's. Fruit
Jtllie", Jami, und Pr.eserves in lneat
!-tone jars: ; I'nported BHu- S ardine
in mlniall ki-g-; Smoked Halibut; An-
der.-on'- Cotiden-ed M1ince Meat ini
plund pIc'kagveQ: Armiour'* Star -Y.i-
'in -liced. in tilSI, and i(urir'd-a of
,,tl# r ; oti'cl )-- t ulltiiiel'rti-- f,'r S l-
alate lile- ti)lhn.
I "OF'FE'.'
fr-4'i from the r,;.tr. wl i -h for
dleic cv tof Ila:tIrl cano:,t be t.x-
celled.

of the line't qnial;ty. :i:u-: r #. Iall
L rad,- ;thd picr-. A n iiiii'ti't-. v1 .-
riety of
CANNEDI <;OODS .NI) ISHELlF

(if all kindC. lLvefry vari'-ty if / ., .
(cM'; tid p i,'kl'd, .In,,,., .. I,'l -:,l:-
ctired. inlcludli.: s,111, v', y line
.iekled pork in ;tu>.
'T'h"-1, ar, ,,nlly a v r3" fe'. f t;i,'
e tall'. I a-sortlni t ,[ o i. tall.-. rri-
i I -4, colldii ln-llnts, -t i'tl ;I:,I
llixillie thi;:t fill Ja( ', v'-: shelv -
a d11(i P Ih lt.-i ;ri(d ':ta! i-lliill "-. ;a
vi-it t,, w'hi-I i. w,. w -l w rt. the, t!iie
expeidI(id. i: yot. dtlit buy a thinIr.
iii'-lw

,h, ,plyV i:i N."w ,i"rk 1h1.; ,"v( r;:l ,1 : *1,,,
,..tro iii :,i;.in ih w-[);i '.ap r ; e 1; k1 d i ith it
e\'ry day.- D- 'trtn,.t ,hi;:;t:.l.
.1. 1HIElIlGiIAl'SFli,
The i'luntmber, Sweain and (Gam Fitter,
desires to infoit hi.s friends and pa-
trons that heo is located at 129 1VWe-t


Furniture at all Priccs.
..f \V .I:,'-,.ii' lt ( ,I : l,,i P ii t. lhi,--
.. t, 'i p' ,i ** t -" .ti-o ;-i, v I-. b a d-
!!', in -. 'r "ti ', ift r he l -if, .-*' 1id
* :" !t t*! !,,, c;t ,*) ': t- W ;th !lbr ':ld l0 sili~.
.- ,-T- for it *-i!. :'tiu di tw btrs for
1' *, *-r-!i t' ii < .,tll t:it llol v'ar'- .
\, r ,- ] ,.;.': :i .'Ftr, itild H >t(1i <.


1 7

xv S la x G .. a
pii- -
-~~;,i -'l -r t~ iv r
* *. : x s '.. A-- t .-l-~


IEleant h'(,l room set.s. or'
l.' cup ones, 1I'ichcr,'r io0t
i'a iit, at ..farston '5 Finci 's.

For Sale,
S/cain Saw. Will complete
aind practically new, to-
i," ,'GI hIy 1)2 feet with new
a(jlanized steel roof. Filer
&'- Stowell .Machinery. Ca-
paocity tu.enty-live to thirty
thousand feet per day.
Bargain for right, party.
Owner fone out of manu-
facturing business reason


F. 8l:NT,
Pr -;. d ru t.


'M. ft 4(IaLF.


W.K. It YEP. JR1..
Ca1% tn.er.


First t


i. RF KIN EK.


Bank


V., aii


WId 4 iN('WLES W. A. il-MIOUN'I


f~r~t Ad


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.NT W.H. UER


19
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DW'Wi d~raw our "w-m i FiliaI!,c f i ~eon tOrou tBritaiin. Ireland
Germany, iFrance, Anstrfa. tta.!y. l{"i'n1A'p:n Ilrnx, Riiaoa, Nor
way, Swedon. LDeniark atid ot!--r Errol~-4tcrnnt~riei.
CWVc,3elN Dtburaecl gp~ ::1.- w o e avorttble Terms, and their
Obligatiots Taken P~yt7AlA tt .4% t of 1atm.itmion Ten or Fdt..n Day.
after Vess8el Arrlve3 there.
WF'afety Deposit Box,%s fo7 Rent in Conneetima
wi1th which we have & PrtvateAvAartment for the UVon
nfl IR'"fl4(W.


PETER BEiat,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


[ RYTHIN '"31 IDRST 18
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rf I. I:.- -t n r ,1 1 -' I'I r ..Iar :C r ,i -.ri


Juir Trde a Specialty!
4 ): .'..ri 'o nap:ly -I'..i;-. it.. SaI ~a act ',)

Remember the Place,


Bell,


201 East Intendoncia Street.


Am Mg. AVERY,
()iectuor f 4 o Acyi FcKjLh
IMP')RTER AND O1EiOF


Government street, ani is prepare- o WTU
to doanvand all kinds of work in
hi line. aru As d^ 3rare
Telephone 375. 21to)
Iron, NaIs, Axes, Shovels, Sw Mill and Steamblat Suppllee, Cooking
WAITED. .and I.atrig Stove, Paint, Oiln- and Window Glass,
Wanted to buy all kinds of Secas Agate and Tinwaro aid lous furnishi g Goods.
Haud F!rnlttre, Marctandis, &c. 9G',s. p' .' and 'i-hi;t. Tackle.
Address Box (42 ~ ..


OPERIIA HOUSE.

3 Nights-1 Matinee.
)'1 I FNCI N<---
Tuesday, February 13
Maton WfEtSeaV.
4 u*o


BALDWIMLtviLL[ GO.,
\X l\ i t 1.;'. ; \I.I,\.; .i a I
I,' EPE T t'l'( )I E:

PI'I EI.S- AS ALWAYS:
M tilnee ............... 1 and l e :.t-
N i, l t .............. I a (n ;l ) (*,:.:-

14a1di(i' fr,, 'l'Ti'-day nizht tif :i -
eou pt)illii.l h it a -' w it!, Ip.iA
;."-cetit t;' k "t.

Friday Night Feb. 16th.

A NOTABLE EVENT!
';i |'ta r;:n '.. f th .. I -' ;' d ] J : !'n .\ :. .

CRESTON ChARKE


(DISS DEIh;RIDE PRICE.


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Win a*il hi I--I-I- ~ D~P~
lila'' **- TIlE LAST OF
~lt- -tnt no-I I tillS


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PARKER'S I
HAIR BALSAM
^ClhaDW ead bmzt.t.rm the hair.
1 Pnomnotee a I 'iant growth.
Rlover- P is to Restore oraYl
Hair to its Youthful Color.
m -aipd .:"" t a.4
IMF ~~ ~and 8L 5t IL~


Il :L tlifiu :y : Sti -t ., *


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Satilrl-dy. FcIhriivi'y 1 fti


T ifF* cOM FDI.% N"

WILLIE


WINH1PI L. COLLIER
-Importers and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese


.7-annrcv Goonds.=M


IN HIS OWN NEW FARCE

"MR. SMOOTH"


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Dh1B-llh LI.N Li.S


Endorse by all Phys(i.,- i. e
,nly Beer ab-oiutu-ly Ire : fr : ...-
teration.

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PTS-.ACor A.


AG NTor R' :~i Zolling .5.fiiu&C ioupiafy, No %'04,-0 .Ulan
Si'ct-ci PA'ti.-;;, Northarapton Emery Wheel Com~pany, Laftn a Ra'Id
F IC 2 7.:iuy, Jrohn~on's Kaleominp, Irona R1;gand B'ich'- Stoves
('dI:' -, W'2. C0Mps & Co'3 Raw Bid" Lace Leath or, Mairzu i'.*aeijay
-..AkL(,;d Colors.

M~nonic Tellwie, Pensacola. Fla.


Delmonico jotel and Restaurant


cO1'. m


li--it : t'i i~ ~'- -
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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

) .co.s f-, Rfent by thi Diy, thk or month. .
2i, 2.2 N3arh T2rrazoqa Strevt, Opposite Unin DepI.
O-Teikphon G63. -0
:-.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.'.-.-
Don't Forget to Stop Vlit' tho Frt Man.
^il : VrG,^S RtEG~iYW.\ ---


S .r i' r
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~R" u:rA1r


Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artifleiallyd iwestthe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is thelatestdiscovereddigRet-
; ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieve- and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indige-tion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache, GastralgiaCramps,and
U* other results of i perfect dieetios
Pponred by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cbl.eg


SOLE AGENT FOR


KEMTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT IT5 NAME IMPLIES
S S-THE4-4 .


TV I iitJI iLA I
I.TRAGER & CO.
DISTILLERS. CINCINNATI.
PROP. BANNER DISTILLERY 5"'D:,T.KY.




Peter


V-~ ~- 'i Iont buity auiqthiin,6 iti
1111111 .- 'rn ture or h ou.se furn ish -
*:V t.-t /1Is wii l you /' h /(tre veen,
~. 11(1 ,wton Finch' s stock'.
-.Tbiv pi,'i-ex are owr: their
-A' ,kIs complete, a :itd thei,
- '. iwill sell./I/ou iIch(itt !0,'o(ff N
.1 loll(;l.~ ti//111.


Pensacola. Florida


YOUR HORSE .-.. .0..
if ufttfring from an P'-. 'Trrent c: :
"ut oin iis f.'*. : to .i : .
'i:c enlar;her t till bc quickly a r.-or: ,_ by


Sloan's Liniment.




f .
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CONTESTEDJELECTIONS


In Most Cases the House Divides
on Party Lines.


EFFECT OF THlE LENTL('EV ROW.

fleaw Essmudered rartisan Bitterncess.
May Rlesult In Loss of Demro'cratic
Seats-Gsettlma Itradj For the N~a-
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oans negotiated, 6 to
Binkley & Daniell.

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SECUtCITIES BY CALLI!
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rID .ANTED-Women to hbind drew shields
Ant home. steady work;distancenods- .or Sher.i
advent ; ask lour dealer to show you For herf.
Kora s14blelds and Kora KIsp hose obu ort-
-rs. Kora Shields onap on waist without I hereby nnounc myself a- a, .
sewing. SBnd lo1. for catalotsg of work. fully arf of support o.cmv *,
WO0 KorashieldCo., 5-5 Broome street. New spotfully a.sk the support 1.
York. fw Brooe and voters of the enulty. If .-e-
York. discharge tb.edtuti- of "aid oith;-
fairly and impartially.
MI['IC.]. W. H.I. '
a pair of pec- RO,. CZKKE' classes@ for violin, piano. For Sheriff.
or. tewai ft mandolin an1 foreign languages i his ,nnounc
otr. -5 new studio 2 West Belmont street., or at r I herebl announce. mtt oelf .- a .
Miss Cawthbon' conservatory). Private for re-elmbi county. Ftor it. nd .
[.END. lessons at pupils residence; orchestraand camba country. Florida. lindfr
.-----. ensemble practice. lid-If frames and interest of IlI my -
L' PERt4ONAL ------
. F^h'er, Fi["- her VEl For hr.
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l'r FLt'WERI. and Floral I.eslgns- 1 hereby announce myself a enr'!
I 8 per ent. C L'.eeal design ordered for customers. sheriff of 'Escambla county &Ir .
mi3tf Miss Violette Moreno. 3:4 West Gregory. election. J.. '
phone 3;:'. -ulni
SATESO IN-For Clerk of the Crvuit o,,urt
'AYS BE OB- I.'EP--r.-r l'or I-'sai-rsal*. herhby announce myself asi .-
lAViNG (OO)D -^ for re-election as clerk of the ecir'..-
%( ON WIL- IIWERS FO)R l'NERALS furnished of Escambia countyat the ensuin...
1I pALA'OX promptly in bouquets ir special desle"o. and ask the support of the voter-
Miss Violette Moreno, -i Webt Oreeory. A.M. McM i
phone 39'9. .5.dliim
RKOw M)etNEY ------ .. iFor C'ircuit Clirk.
r property, pro- IA IIII (<)OI()4.
ir saiI r- al eI --'--- ro the Voters o)f lEs'ainbis a o4r.:.t
,.cription. have 1 TRS. BARAH BEIRKE-Manufacturer I h.rby annou,'e mv..rlf a,,, .
S ttrenl-r o, jt. .j and denier in Hair tiootts. Hats Toilet th ofie,, o clerk of th,-e f .1
Wat-onl Co., Articles. Hair Uil. etc., 32V W. Government lShe.o.ft. olutV and %\%i i I ...
kteolnts. Pens- htrlet have the si pport of nll fri.-n I-
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q1t-tt THOS. C. WATSON & COMPANY. *Far Tar ',,llev.lr.
'e' il Etate. IniranCe and Itental I herehy announce# myni :T a,- a '.; .
l -a fotn forre-,iPettionl r4;i.x t', ,,. .r ,f p. ,


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STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTIN UiBS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


Tlese Goodsare all t)is Seaso)'s Buyir0 add will be dUloaded at agd

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evii.-ent.y La:.na Ktpt very sluit la Car
ter.vi.le.
Lciures i I loiig t i1410j1.
C'I:AITA\:.I,A.. I'eb 14.-MmsS .Tu.;i
Morrison hsi at iast toa!ned a pi.a.- :*
which to lecture, and on Friday n:y::
she will speak in a hail formerly use
as a lecture rOnm by the Medical
city. Miss iM rri4on t(lay read h.
lecture to two of the minIsters of t:.-
City and they pronounce it ail rignt alt .
it Is stated that there will advise in.t
ladies may, witn perfec- propriety., :
tend.
1 h 11s In T-nnessov.
KNxv..ILI. Feb. 14--Little T'enn*-.
see Pigeon river is out of bank. Water-
13 feet abot3ve low water here and g.i,.a.
higher; higbes: tide in this ectiuu ::
years. Tnuusands of logs coming .:
of tue mountains in rafts Ai' *tea:,-
boats, and many of which bave bee:.
idle tor month,. are actively brtng.u.
heavy grain shipments from up rIv-
farms. Much drift on river.

CHASE. COTTRELL,


Artistic Photographer
1')I .:.NI-' HE1 BI li.DIN.,.
2o *, FO)UTH P.ALA,.OX FTItI '
Satisfaction (;6 aranteed i i .v.


THE CRUCIFIXION

OF PHILIP STRONG
fIY IEV. :CHAS. M. SHIE.I
For .^ at: (. V. ; HOMS .- ,.
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O(ur Best Rrd I I'/
Patent is the best ,,,.r
can be prod(.ce,; /./
mill.
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tile best Beakfast Fo,,
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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 15, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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VOL. 30.


DAILY


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


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


VICTORY MATCHED


FROM DEFEAT


CONFIDENCE IN


GEN. ROBERTS


,i .cit'TAItY LON(;G SAV WE CAN- Believed That he is Prepared


%EiIllt 1 r. AWARtv:~L


FIRST GRAND EXGISION


---TO THE-


FLORIDA


to Cope With the Boers.


L-,t Tali.aftro an! Sparkman 1tlvri ba, lio Own 1ine ,iigly


Induce him to Change his
Decision.


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Usitter taIl ioralitI,- Opmudetio-eko or
Al ita.I -n f Itsir IHeaavy- (irims.


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.-ei- it r.-adv tmit (I to 1-1-it New to ioseti.
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JINItI 1. LAON'..
Pn-~rtOli%''-r at once tele-
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I e1!r.r from NMallor% Cnrl~:in
on troll I.'omgi 1)0Yqu tlijii~k tLIS
T. -day I're!-ileint Oliver reeeii-ed
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fOR R -HGHT IS IMMINENT
< .o.u. it l;- w .-tn lu"-ess IIt ( I' T,\. Feb. 11 -An extensive ila.;,r
figni i. n.etienld:ng, growing out of the
re'usai of :nte granite nianufac:urers to
.1" elie to wage demands of the Na;iona.l
Gra:\ite Cutte:s' union
't a meeting of the New Eagiand
granite e Manufacturers' asisciation, the
a.- ot wages and hours of labor pre-
*'a;:ed t, the Nauonai Granite Cattars'
union v.as taken under consideration.
..i-o.ut:ons were proposed to the effect
tLat t..,, manufacturers cannot accede
It' i : t atilan s of eight hours labor as
a uav'i work and at least f3 uO a day as
wa.:es.
I' ;s understood the manufacturer
wk u.d be willing to grant the -hbour
<,:.. if wages remain at their present
rare and that all of the manufacturers
I: Ie governed by the action of toe
r *v England association.
.,. the schedule calls for a minimum
,: A a day and as the ronstutution
f tne Granite Cutters' union requires
... f its members to demand this rate
pay on and after March 1. it is ex-
t* led that the men will strike.
SoiU th i(Tolas L '-giasI u liatre.
': x:uLi, S. C.. Feb. 14.-Matters
S..:eral state interest were disposed
: a both branches of the legislature
a* .at. representative Coosgrove of
nar,e-oun withdrew his bii to exempt
*:-. ~,f over 109.000 inhabitants frumn
"', rati.n of the (dipensary law.
'ated ti.a: as an almost new dispen-
1: :iasLre ha'i Leen passed at this
S:i :- tbougn: it rignt to give the
a t: al andi 4eife it wonoa reduce
.-:.;, t ot 5- .000 in Cnarieston
-:tv o-au-d by t-e laws of the license
:--ur- tiiharlestou''s municipal levy
.-. : r *' m ills.
HIug.- Islamt Iurnluce.
Y \ -T,,. 0.. Feb. 14.-The larg-
e-. .: furnace in the world was
-t .. i: list night when stack No, 1. at
'::ia plant of the National Steel
%'y as put in operation. Tne
-. e 19l'i, teeth hign. 15-foot cra-.
ana 22-foot boen. The capacity of
n--:nace i 66)0 tons every ;44 hours.
t ter :urnaces of similar dimen-
S- i- unterconutruction and will be
*:ei in two or three mouths. The
o aee furnaces wii be used
at:-oeali Steel company.

!n:in who was '"bor'i tired"
I I le PI;ct-KLY ASH BITTERS..
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. .r o f tih .ier-fontt-ini l iii"'i i.
Si:- actual '-i:iiation i- --rimiu- f ru
t,,. a; i i"i- < i it t I t t 11 ( '** r l-
ti: tI y w:!l Ihave to -..;ve- tht
::,.:* -r li,,y haveie li-ll -o l ni1 atid
.-ct'e--fuily again.at Ge-tn. Metlituin.
No general eingagellelt i- xpl.ct-
ed for a f-w dav..
iten. R thirts' plans of e inpaigrn
as vuhbli-hed in the morning papers,
giv- great -atl-faction.
No further news of Itritiih advance
in the Oranige Free Ktale has .bem n
received, but conqdenice prevails
that the strong hands of (ens. Rob-
ert. and Kitchenar are shaping inat-
ter- toward a decisive victory.
Gen. Koberts ha-< hik. own line
-trotily guarded and will be able
to force the Boers either to fight
under very unfavorable conditlionI-
or to abandon their he.ivy guiin ar.d
stores.
FLORIDA CHALTAl.QI 1.
SA An-p.i'i tus (p ning of th-' !;t!?
Annual Se#.1ioti.
I)EFr.N-IAN. F.tb. I I -T!e -i.x-
t -:t li I all: sl .e -in ,f th e l ir- ,i ,:lI
t l:.1itatu'itIa oipenedl to-day wtN!: ai,
el> li u -nt nIddre-;n of wele'I v)i- ly
'Pre-ident Wallace BIrtoe. Tie r iiu-
-wial iro_-r :in wa exce lltint. the
hart tontle s i, by Walt-I B. Hull lb' -
in: one o(f tle stroitge-t nu!m ih-r-.
Rev. Eliuiund F. Alhe-rto:i wil1
lecture to-itsorrow o0n th> "'.!.wi-hh
(onception of the Messiah In the
Old Te.-tau;lt-nt."
Th" nii;!ht plrory in will ineludte
It!: *"l'ri-4 incr ot Xfzlida. a iaictUir'e
drama with dis..alving view..
Saiturday-' piozram will be pa:-
ticularly strioni and we shall expect
a ltar:e a:tectian'e- from Pen-aco'a
,oit ate 'lint of the low excu 'iion ra e
*.. 5. ceit- f,-r the round trip.
C minlc VAlealisn'e Causes Crime.
CHAI.xESTON, W. Va., Feb. 14.-C. R.
Stewart, grocer, died this morning
from the effects of a shot fired by his
son. Louis, aged 19. The son. who is
in jail, says he was protecting his
mother from an assault made on her
last night by his father. Stewart had
received an offensive comic valentine
and had accused nis wife of having sent
it. She denied the accusation and he
attempted to assault her, when the son
fired twice and inflicted the fatal
wounds.
Aldrich of AlMbarnma S.eated.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 -The house to-


day entered upon the consideration of
the executive, legislative and judicial
appropriation biiL Before Mr. Hemin-
way of Indiana, who was in charge of
the bill, called it up the report in the
contested election case of Aldrich ver-
sus Robbina, from the Fourth Alabama
district, was submitted. The majority
reported in favor of the contestant and
the minority in favor of the sitting
members.
Mlhssachusatts Mills Cloaed.
FITCHBURG., Mass.. Feb. 14 The
flood in Fitchburg and vicinity with
the heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday
has decreased. Most of the trains were
unable to run today owing to the dam-
age by water. The Pulliam Machinery
company lost from $10,000 to $15.000.
Two of the Park Hdil gingham mills
and the machinery works of Ivor-John.
son company. and many other plants,
a e still closed.
Olytiplai Offle-r Lectures.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Cal. Feb. 14.
Lieutenant Commander Calkins of
O.ympia fame lectured here last :light,
his subject being "Cromwell's Quest of
Colonial Empire." Although the Pnol-
ipinu-s were mentioned but once in the
course of the lecture, Mr. Calkins made
it evident that his subject was an anal-
ogous c.%-e. The officer is evidently not
in favor of expansion, although he was
conservative in his remarks.
rioting It 3lartlslquoe.
PORT Dre FI:ANCE. Martinique, Feb.
14.-A mob of rioters yesterday at ]ki-
vierre Sallee refused to hear Senator
Kuight, who is favorably disposed to-
wari their cause. At midnight the
plantations of La Cacolte and Cham-
pigny were set fire to News has been
received here from Paris announcing
that the garrison is to be reinforced and
that the French cruiser Suchet is on
her way hero.
FIORtIPDA AND GULI- IND C(O.
PENsF .OlA. Fla.. Feb. 14. lV44.
A lictil'g of the stockLholdes (of
the Florida and Gulf Land company
will he held at the office of the com--


THE otliVuAu GL-'EE CLUB,
I N SA1fLO111SONGS IN COSTUME.


TiE PHILIPPINE


INSURGENTS


CHAUTAUQUA 'Three Thousand Attack Amer-


-AT-


ican Garrison.


DeFulliak Splinp, Sat-ulrday, Feb~ ~ry 17, 1900.They are Defeated. Ilepuhetd and
m ljta~e Sti-enty-One fDeaui(on ithe


STEEL MAGNATE


SUED BY RICK


Carnegie's Partner Claims Be

Was Forced Out.

BIG SUIT FILED IN EQUITY

Frick 3Makes Serloee Coimplatte aIn
Ilil Bill Analinst ithe l3lauuralnr...-


(.rounld-But 2Ihey Put up a Hot PIi~aIlnthropist-Promuinent Array of


i- agnt IIlle it Lattrd
MANILA. Feb. 15.-On the night of
Ftb. 5 three thousand insurgent
liolom '., armed with Mauser rifle-.
attacked the nAmerican garri-on at
Daro,.a in Southern Luzon.
leiniforc -ments were .sent from
Alba:y, wlhereupont tht inain blody
of it-su! -.it- att1'ckeJl Alib.ty anidl
blr' ti i'i b r iof heu- -
Tihe fortitti iijtfintry vft.atimiu, d at
Albay r- 'ire- tf tite Caony vt aind
fired at ie rehbls from thi- roof.
Thl in uireintssu. rrouitdl',t thi, on-
Venlit :: dt att-min pted to ). t it allre
but wv: t routt-d by shrlptiael thrown
front ti I::oour.t:in un worked from
ODne f tlh. windows.
Thle b )ttile continued all night,but
finally the in-urgptits retired, leav-
ing 71 dead on the ground The
American loss was two killed and
five wounded.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup oures the most
stubborn coutiih, colds and lunDl a fftciiois
Evn ln tiepitnt con1umnption has been %uC
ce*'-fully cured by this marvelous remedy
SuftTerers will obtain relief after afewdomes


Z1rTli, Mct Vatied and Wond rVu! Array of Talent Ever Presenuted BRYAN TOURING THE SOUTH.
t3 W'entern Florid t.
Democrats Leoader Delivers Two Ad-
dresses In Raleigh.
RALEIOR, Feb. 14.-W. J. Bryan. ac-
companied by a committee of Raleigh
citizens, arrived here at 5 o'clock over
the Seaboard Air Line from Richmond.
Z hort stops were im:ie at Warren
Plains. Henderson and Wake Forest
and Mr. Bryan spoke briefly to large
crowds who had gathered to h-ar hin..
On his arrival Mr. Bryan was met by
a crowd of 10,000 people, headed by the
local military organizations and cadets.
and was immediately driven to a large
tent erected for the speaking.
He was introduced by State Chair-
man Simmons and spoke for an hour
and a half, mostly on familiar lines., lie
devoted rather more time than usual to
a discussion of taxation, declaring that
an income tax would be a leading fea-
ture in the campaign this fall. He dis-
cussed trust. free Fa-ver and imperial-
ism at some length on the usual lines
At night Mr. Bryan spoke in the
Academy of Music. Iiuudreds were
turned away, beinz unable to gain ad-
mittance to the building. Hlie devoted
muen more of his tnme to imperiahsm
S""than in his afternoon speech.
Prominent parry men from all parts
,. of the state came in to hear him.


Mrs. Sarah MacDonald Sheridan, of Atlanta.
A FAMOUS C(')NTIZALMt.

TH P.Dkl~"S PROGRAM:
i -i :.I' dC-i um,,r tl and 'h ru1 iz.j' I 'I,'., o oi-t'.i- .I'tor' ID 1ist)-h e 'I I t ot Ik ofCii g .
A ii le- no r ,' S.Mu -ti : T i n 1. I X454 : -r, v! Ili, l w i -t ,I it Itint it t Io n-r: ioaa mgtot
traiin'~. andt he istnou Ia- tit );i-- It1 -- 1 n.. -i.. s a' i 'I holiii- m i;. t ld M r. \ Ii ter

i,: -Ftre 8aikoun A-kce-i.-:c t- ilm : tI


ANNA DELONEY MARTIN, cf Boston.
A ao nof Tflaliht.' at: Evervybodv Come!


New Atlanta Ihilliding.
ATLANTA, Feb. 14.-Architect W. T.
Downing has prepared plans and speci-
fications for the erection of a $20,000
brick building to be erected at the cor-
ner of Marietta street and Jones avenue
for the Conklin Manufacturing com-
pany. The building will be a brick
structure, four stories and basement, of
mill construction. It will have a front-
age of 50 feet on Marietta street, and
will run back 137 feet. The building
will be uned for manufacturing pur-
poses. and will be occupied by the
Conklin Manufacturing company, in
addition to the large building now oc.
copied by that company on the same
street. Bids are being received and the
contract will doubtless be let in a few
days.
Refuses to Iie lutervirwed.
FERNANr:NA, Fla.. Feb. 14 -An ef-
fort was made by a reporter of the As-
soc:ated Press to see Mr. Andrew Car.
negie this morning, but without suc-
(ess. Mr. Piage. manager of Mrs. Lucy
'Carnegie's estate, informed him that
Mr. Carnegie positively declined to be
interviewed relative to the suits against
him by Frick. Mr. Carnegie is paving
a visit to Mrs. Lucy Carnegie at Dun.
.eness. on Cumberland island, for rest
und recuperation. It is understood that
:ane of his attorneys is with him at
Dungenesi in coniultatiou with him.
Duugeness is one of thb' fineste.staes on
the Atlantic sea)oard sount of Port.and,
Me.


IlHnav Snow In Nebrsekn..
OMAiit, Feb. 14 -The heaviest snow
of ihe winter is now falling in Ne-
braska and western Iowa. It began
last night and is still coming down with
no signs of cessation. There is very
little wind and the thermometer is
above zero, so no harm is being done.
It has not drifted to any extent and
railroad trains are not seriously delayed.
ltR-c-iver's Statemen.nt Favorable.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Feb. 14 -The re-
ceivor for the Commercial and Farmers'
tank of Rock lHill, which suspended
Fob. 3. made a statement today show-
ing tue reserves were $1t7.C90 and the
liabilities. including capital stock. de-
posits and bills parable and a surplus
of $8',455. were the same amount, so
not one dollar will be lost.
SlOP THAT LEiAK
\VWit .hllnimer. Cypr- or Pin,-
cirl-,s. T!:e Pitt 1Mill C-. -11-
t1, -i:. 15f-lw
/ .. .. __ -- - tl A ^


Legal Talent.
PirTrLuto. Feb. 14 -The announe-
ment in the pipers to lay that heb long
threatened cash of the steel has btee
finally precipiitted by H. C lFrik il.
ing the widely hera.lhiet built againa:
Andrew Carnegie and the x.arnegio
Stooel company, for an equitable ac.
counting uo the ex cihhiru:in'.s stock-
holdings in tho g'iut sreel cui'vern. el(.
ated a sensation in ti:ctal and manc-
facturing circles and was the principal
topic tbrougnlout the city. i'ie sait is
regarded as the most impartralt ever
tile-d in oonnec.ion with tie s:tret bus.
less and it is said :iore money is as
stake tnai in any legat proceedingsever
brought in this cinutry in whichall
prrnes were imapiy uitznes. Steel s-
facturers view the trouble as a bitter ps.
sonal struggle for supremacy and are
watching each move witai atease is-
terest.
The local talent called into action by
the suit is an array of giants of the pro-
fession in this state, with probably Il-
minaries of national repute yes to be
included. On Mr. Frick'siide a-e John
G. Johnson of Philadelpbiam whostande
at tho head of the equity lawyers of she
state, and who has been engaged am
some of the greatest legal battles ot SUm
country; David T. Watson of l'tLtsbarg.
ani attorney hca:ce'iv less widely kaown
and waoso prowess in toe civil courts
of the state Ltas t'itei proven time and
ago in ca-es where vast fortuneswere
at .iake, ani \Wi.ii. F. Mect'ook. for
Tvear, the pe'r-on:i counsellor of Mr
Frick. who, at tlitV in nanwil;ni tlhe
affairs of iKg c rporatiouu has put bh:i
in tue front rank at the Allegheney
county bar
Stran'gely enrou-h Attorney Watson
is the iman wiue oritguaiii.y arew UD the
now famous irnciad" agretnement for
Andrew C.ruegie and wu:cn he has
now been retained to find a flaw in, and
have declared invaild. It is said that
Mr. Watson imeut the best part of three
months in drafting this instrument and
when finished declared that it was tbhe
strongest paper oi the kind he had ever
formulated.
C(arsirng 14 Silent.


As yet little has come to light of the
plans made by Andrew Carnegm to de-
feni hi. conIpanvI's interests, although
it is almost certain that D.lizeil. Scot
and Gordon have been at work for days
in tuh Carneg:e de:ense.
Other prominent lawyers of both this
city and New York are mentioned as
having been retained by Mr. Carnegoe.
but just who will he opposed to she
legal array on Mr. Frick's side. canine
certainly be ascertained until a day er
two has passed and answer is made o
tue bill.
At noon today, no notice of the sits
had been served upon the defendeaotor
their counsel. Secretary Moreland of
the Carnegie Steel company said he hed
not seen the bill and refused to salk
about it. When the company had sa_-
thing to give out, he said. is weld
come through the regular chanmrel
Dalall, Scott & Gordon, the defend-
ants' counsel, were equally reticent.
President C. M. Schwab. who le
looked upon as Mr. Carnegie's personal
representative during his aence from
the city. left for Washingtoo. D. 0..
last night. It is supposed tha bhe is eo
his way to see Mr. Carnegie, at Dua-
geness.


THE MILITIA


CALLED


OFF.


White lDove settlingg Dow.n Over tee
K-nlucky Si tilaitlt .
Lovis.viu.,. Feb 14 -Tne senate mes
today without a quorum and adjourned
until tomorrow.
In the house the senate resolnatl
calling upon Governor Taylor so with.
draw the military from the capital mod
surrender the executive offices to Ow.
ernor Beckham. was adopted after mi
debate, the feature of which wee a
speech by Rerresentative Emmati Orr.
taking exception to the clauoe of she
resolution asserting that the shot which
killed Governor Goebel was fired fros
the executive building.
'The house then adjourned until to.
morrow.
FIlST (lGNI I-:l-lt IS1 *?N
To time 'Florila .hanAs tiiuI a aSiu.rday.
Feb, 17. I1KtO.
The day'%< pr. grain ineilules the
cel-brated Chlicao. (,, ile*' Club;
huliorous and graphic i1ip,-r*ofna-
tions. I)r. Davild n-atot of ( hi-a,,;
Randnd c,'nc-rt by Ro>,ger- (,ahi*n-
Band; Howard S. .Starrt ino hin
wonde-rful Imlyphotni-" i'iit.stionq:
molo, by Mr-. $araAh Ma:I Donald
-heridlan; reading- by Anina l*-ln.v
M;,rtin: the fainoai bhmrytr,-. Prof.
-*rank 14tayton Thoiimpnni .andl M1r.
Walter B. Ball; ,li-oti- proj-ectti
-coprt; flri balloon a-ceiirion from
!iiid lie of lake. etc.
Rain le-ave- iinion d,'p,*, at 7:Iil
j. in. Fare for round trip o) ceuts.

Handsome pictures, brie-
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VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


NO. 11.


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


IH E 0


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to Coe With the Boers.


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CHAUTAUQUA,

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DFniak Spi'in Saturday, Febrary 17, l00.


THE UriLtUACO GLEE CLUB,
IN SAID~l' SOS(;S IN COSTUME.

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Siane" V'.le tilsip f'. suste' C(riine.
C'HAi.i I. ''N, V. Va, Fob. 14.-C. It.
teow:ut, gro'er, died this morning
from the effects of a shot fired by his
-on., iCuis, aged 1:;. Tne son, who is
in Jai!, says he was protecting his
riotler from an assault made on her
last night by his father. Stewart had
received an offensive comic valentine
an: had accused Lil wife of having sent
it. She denied tue accusation and lie
attempted to asa.tuit her. when the son
fired twice and inflicted the fatal
wound L .
Alhdrit')i of Alusb.eimit S.atettd.
WVASHINITON, Feb. 14 -The house to-
diy entered upon the consideration of
the executive. legislative and judicial
appropriation LbiL Before Mr. Hemin-
way of Indiana, who was in charge of
the bill, cal.ed it up the report in the
contested election case of Aldrich ver.
sus Rolbin-, from the Fourth Alabama
district. was submitted. The majority
reported in favor of the contestant and
the minority in favor of the sitting
me mbers.
Mliamachusert, Mll* C closed.
FITCIuBURto Mass.. Feb. 14 The
flood in Fitchburg and vicinity wish
the heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday
bas decreased. Most of the trains were
unable to ran today owing to the dam-
age by water. The Paliham Machinery
c impany lost from $10,000 to $15,000.
Two of the Park Htli gingham mill'
and the machinery works of Ivor-John.
son company. and many other plants,
a e still closed.
01) spin O ttlc-r Lectures.
STANF.OID UNIVERt'-v. Cal. Feh. 14
Lreutenan: Commander Calkins of
u .ynipia fame lectured here last right,
1i1 sul.ie.tt being "Cronweli's Qnoest of
'Col w ai Empire Although the IPni.
ip: in s vi.re nenti mned but once in the
, 'ur'e .f the lecture, .Mr Caik:ns made
It evident that hiis yubj-ct was an anal-
Oou~s e t-P. The officer 1-* evidently not
in tavor it, expansion,. although he was
conservative In his remarks.
ls'ti ing In .liM rtii Ia|il .
p,:,IT F F::A 4E. Martinique. Fe',.
14 -iA m- b of riuters yesterday at Ki-
v:trreI Sa ie re-used to bear Senator
Kuigh%'. wh'io 's lavoraby dii-pose to-
wari thiier cause. At midnight tLe
plantatim ns I L: a tfaL'n .' c and Charn.
p:-Iny were set tire to News has been
rctivy.i t"o from Paris announcing
that thse garriso.n is to be reinforced an-i
that tie Fretchl cruiser uchiet is en
iwer way heic
-'l, ilrI \ All (.L1. t,\Il N 0.

A tni' ~ "; t! -t*ck ;" J*'i
!, Fl-' r:J 'i:iand Gu:lf La.::ul rd 11;-;; .;
will b'' t lt t .. Otlit'e of t he coti-
;iiI v iin :li- c'ity. t!'ur-day. MaIrchl


Mrs. Sarah MacDonal'd Sheridan, of Atlanta.
A F-AMOT',; .)N'VIRALI'O.

TH P D A'S ]PROGRAM:
jitjvfiii'-'s, Q ushi, ,rh ,I ij -i-~-I- t' i. Ii' di H-is~.fa i-~x
AIIIL tck' -vramtC~morli- :M -i 4 ; 'i-s s' -.I:si h.. ist !,. sr-i t 7-
tiau 1'-sit the i S Ptss' - 5 Iii 11V. i -I '- -. i i T ii! M. W i:.
Aiiika 5o'' vv I114 ki-4-


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ANNA DELONEY MARTIN, cf Boston.

A Day of Delight': .):: Everybody Come!
. .. . .. . . . . t .


CONFIDENCE IN


N.-vV Atlistt.l I lltlldii g.
ATI.ANTA, Feb. 14--Architect W. T.
Downing has prepared pians and speci-
flcations for the erection of a $20,0((a0
brick buildin4 to be ere -teod at the cor-
nor of Martetta street and Jones avenue
for the Conklin Manufacturing comi.
pany. The build g will be a b:ick
structure, four stories and basement, of
mill construction. It will have a front-
age of 3) feet on Marietta street, and
will run back 137 feet. The building
will be used for nianu'acturing pur-
poses, and will be occupied by tae
Conk in Manufacturing cornpauy, in
atlditiln to the large bniding now oc.
cniped by that company on te n sailme
street Bids are being received and the
contract will doubtless be let in a few
days.
ltRPfusAes to Hi1 lutervierwld.
FritNANt:NA. Fla Fob. 14 -An ef-
fort was made by a reporter of the As-
so-"ated Press to see Mr Andrew Car-
negie this morning, but without suc-
ceos. Mr. Page. m inager of Mrs. Lucy
Carnegie's estate, informed him that
Mr Carnegie positively declined to be
interviewed relative to the suits against
him by Frick. Mr. Carnegie is paving
i visit to Mrs Lo,-v Carnegie at Dun.
-'rnes. on Cuniberiand island, for rest
in i recuperLtiin. It is understwid that
3:1e or ils attornatv is wittn him at
Dungenessi in con-uitat:ott wih him.
Dungene-a as one of th' tinest #-tates on
the At.antic sea,..-ard sothn ot Port.and,
1Ms


I s v'Si I~sI,'mIV ltsi Nebirank.o.
O': i a, Feb. 14 --.he heaviest snow
of ilh winter I-, now falling in Ne-
braska and west',-ru I,,wa It began
last night and is sul. corning down with
no, signs o: rce-sation. "Tnero i very
little wind andi tie thermometer is
aLove zero, so no harm is being done.
I: has not drifted to any extent and
ral.r ad trasna are not seriously delayed.
ltre-iver'N stat-m'-nt iavorabl,.
CI.1MNBIA. S. C.. Feb. 14 -The re-
-,.vcr for the (C'.ni:erc:ai and Farmer.'
tank of Rock lii., whch su.pende'i
l'eb, made a state(ric-nt today m.how-
:ng t.e reserve's wVs r !1',7. t''9 and the
.aiill:trlt. ini'iu iing capit:ai i-.-O. fie-
i, ,ir- and bills avab e anil a -urpiua
. : $:.40. were tr- saaome a.autU, =0
u Ct oue doil.r w i.i be Ioat.
SiO" THITT I.\l-\
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THE PHILIPPINE


INSURGENTS


Three Thousand Attack Amer-

ican Garrison~.


Thit-;a re 1)ersated. HelIrm I ttipia am
a0 'eenlt-inr Dead 4)e1i Ilie
( 1)u nai-But 'Ihey Vitt l~ita h1101
1. iglat W'lme*it LaL.rti (




MAN! liirel.IFib. wers t'-Ili._It ifr
\ lt i~ e-tr -u; s a i iit.. t t i is en
ali Il* ki Wi th r~j-.

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Ait h :! r' a t it i ta V -I I ItI


1i 1 ;7i t e.I' I he t11 .ir'1h
A~~~~~~~-~ itLii.iii.'.'jtokdc axift

)tuhitw, rn : i.-ta st-d 1p), nd un. hTroiiis
foii -I wI "1tce 'iipin h- r.) i *ii

!!Iia v'r' n -~. o it 1-- 11tiir-s Ie-d' tts'rafiysdoe kV


Democrtic Lwe, adsrtwo.kille I d.an

Dr.rulls.CougISyrp cues themos
i tiihRn ,ti i,, Fb.14-W. J. Prandn. c-
coriipanxed byil oha ci'n ei, ateer a If Unleig

Democr~i~,atriceaderDelvers Tw cicko Ad-


thu saai' Ard Air I.ine !fromIichl~ibuoud.
-rIicrt szroi) wvrou I: I,1,at \\arroxx
t, ni Ir. j fk. l~iitv t- a* z
c:row1' who batil teIto n-ar k11!.1
I)na h:isarrival Mr. jBrvan was :iet 6y
a crowd of 1j.0)o40 weioph., hea(i'-i 1,T tii,3
locaii ni 'itary orgaulz.1t1 ns -mid c',6i-t.
and %wnj inirsedi itely tdriven to a.
tent Preclej for the spieaxing.
fie was jilt.-odiurejLv :Sate Chair-
man ~:nmwions azil rqioko foir an hour
aud a bait.f, 6S:1V (. ~:1l-11lAr i1ue4. 1H4
(icvoied rather rliiro tiin.. than U-ituAi to
Iad13C1 A i '; 0U t i & 1or 3.1 0 I i u dic.ar, n~r t nat
an i( l uoia" t3s ..w~ n >1 I tia ileadin fu i.-
ture in the cain u.sign tr h fu i I H- ii-o-

isni at soinalei u ti )l t)enn I.7
At wizut M. .rvan -ilko in tiles
Acazieuii v of MIu- I* I uijIt. I s w sr-:-u
tutiro4 away. b~in_- u-ia: t., gain ad-
m~ittanco t.) tim tu .-:i:. l it- (ii,V~t(ii

t11311in 1.1., af;er louo ii.-1.0 -1i.

of tau E tAte Cause tIll to jiirlca.llil.


WIille o>'>v- esttllng I)Iowi Over the
K-ntmucky sl ies Oi ls.
LI'itvii.r.., Feb 14 -Tne senate me
totay without a qur .raj and adjourned
until tomorrow.
In the house the senate resolulfta
,-ailing upon Governor Taylor to with-
draw the military from the capital -ad
surrender the executive offices to (oy.
*rnor llockham, was adopted after some
debate, the feature of which wo a
spee'-h by fl',,resentative Emtaitn Orr.
taking rx-eption to the clause of Mhe
resointion asserting that the shot which
'liisd llio, Ole"utive but.,lin,.
'lie ho ,u-s tte u aio ,urnel until to-
ic .Zrow.
ist ,\M ii t rai ts- *N
I., li. 1 IIIf.1 l :r S. i ni!. '.
io Ihe" i.horilda f i.ts.a' a sl 't % oifirilajy.
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h illi,,..',' i::'l ,7r;iai!i,' :- : y.r-oia-
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t;.i.i; 11- w.rd S. t.iurst in .i-is

* I- I l M ; -. .,: . i *1.1' id
i i i lan : .i lid;i.- ;- A :;, I)t I n
M -rtinl : 1i f *:'. i .-* : -. Prof.
" rI i k *I.k t T- :1. 1; .i l M r.
W ,iti -r It. It !D : ll-.i ;' .e- t:i-
... : .. ; fir' 1 ill- : ;- :i frna

'1 .i i v. i T i1 ,:1 ; at 7
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IJanldsc. e picfurel'P, bri'-
a-brac, tcr., in endless ar-
1 7 7 D 11


%tic 11 A WAI,


STEEL MAGMATE


SUED BY FRICK

Carnegie's Partner Claims He

Was Forced Out.

BIG SUIT FILED IN EQUITY

Frick takes Serlous Comnpllaits Its
Ils 11ill A:asiost iths llomufactuirer-
I'illlnithroploti-PIrouiilenLt Array of
Legal talent.
I'lrr'iiLo. Feb. 14 -The aniofnce-.
ment an the pipers to lay that the long
threatened c A.!n of tio 'c-sil has been
finally preciniaitie by II t 1 ri ing tu wi.y, iy lr.i.ie I s- il ali;alne
Audrew Carne':.o ;.ait the .'aruei.i'
Steel comp.any. for a:x equ:ta.ble .o-
oiunt:ng t u( ti;o fe x u, tiirii%. I* toLiek-
ho.ld.ngs in thl> g' i- 't h',s :r ".'rn. cr,-
ated a seniatl on in tina ':. ;. .iul i uantlu-
factrrinig c'rc'. an.i was V'-. principal
ompic throuoin ,u the city. i'nue auit 1s
rewarded as :i io Iost llin iirtant ever
tile-i in CCnDnel''.il- Wlt:l tile ,:*t. bt. -
less a l it is %ir. ii i:i,re wmna .-y i a;
stake tian i: ananly legA. pri,-'edinUlsever
brought in iln- r .uitry l1 which all
prrtres were iip,.y -c it.'-nlis. S:eel man-
facturer, v ew the tr.'ul.,eh a a l .iter per-
sonal itrougle for aupremacy and are
watching -ea.:i Injove wOn :la'eonse in-
torest
The c;C:ail t.ia;-nt ca oil into a"'ion b7
the sbit IS all array o: ..:iiaut of the pro-
fession in this s'at'. with proltaliy la-
nilnarioe of natitionti reu'e yel to be
incirlude 1. I)n Mr. Fricit's side a- John
G. J,.hi:.-): i P lfiiim:aellubia. whistands
at th) head oif th- tunity lawyers of she
'state. ;an, whli ii:t. been nii3gaild in
S%;L.lI of tilt'e (re:ite.t e-t:a. lkittles c initrv; liuvid 1. \iVar'i,- 'f lPitttburg.
t'I :;l:":'!ll'V ",<,.; '*. i<*.1 Vii H ;**. t UW tl
an i :1:i -." prf l.s i (il:< 0 iviil ourtt
if i!t e :. 1'4 It p,',- t i l: u anti
it':I;1 1:1 eti- H h 1r-1 \ 1.r Ir; f UneI W r,
A i -.~tk', al-t \V :. .,-. M.l t nkl. for

lF ri k >, w i ... ; I.. y 1 11.111 1' .11-.- !i
i 11 i f ti . r; ia:; th l put hli
1:1 ti.f .t r I .. ra:, at 1ile A-..>',.lcenov
t' ,'.i '- i,.u -
>!i .n ^f''.;* Pit i.,.!i r .t.'. iE,'" V;4!ii v 'n
13 til' :::.an V. 1: I ,,i.ll.,i.,T ,1" % UD Lro L -
n';\v fatuoul, .' : ..i .t;:r.-'*n u,-it for
A 'n''re ; ('a: i' iis iil w :. '*11 -i l h '
iouVw iten ret lilne i i t j, .!ta law in, andi
have sicatiril ,nva.id It a *,aId that
.r. \W'.it-oni .;.Ient ti" b)'*st part ,of three
1i1iru'4 iii (dratting this in-trunienit and
wlihn linll'.Mhi", ,ia!r t tt it was the
sItrein -.t i..; -r u: t:ie k :iri lbu hail ever
frumi ated.
('.arissagl i s 1 ient.
A y Vt little i.i's -vinie to eightt of the
Jailn. i .ntii I' v .\ lrti r w (';itrlegil to do-
f ni: 1 i :i p.tr!V :'tet *.*t '. iathno gh
It :q a.Illlb t ,' se T tl ti r li lZ.,el. S 'cott
inl < irdin i,av i ,***u it worai ftr days
i l tI I +s'.r ,:e ti- eiis,.
I oii:-'r ;prut-ntii' t liwyer4 of both this
city antid New Yo'rk are iimentioned ad
iavii:n been r-tainied by Mr. Carnegl e,
but just \Vii'> wiil bo ie opposed to the
legal array on Mr. Frick's side. cannot
certainly be ascertained until a lay or
two has paised an.i answer is maae to
tue bill.
At nooin t had been served upon the defeudantsor
their couunel. Secretary Moreiaod of
the Carnegie Steel company said he bad
not seen tiio bill and refused to talk
about it. When the conepiany had any.
tlinng to give out, he maid. it woold
S-,ieo through thti, regular channels.
Dalz3Il, SrJtt & (Gori,,n. the defend.
antis' counsel. were t.ualiy reticent.
President C. M. Schwab. wuie is
looked uponi as Mr. 'arne-1ie's twrsonal
representative durn;: n1s ainnsence from
the city. left for Wa-.hiagton. D. U .
last iight. it sin pposedi that he ai o
his way to see Mr. Carneg:e, at Dan-
genems.

THE MILITIA CALLED OFF.


I










THu nAIY v NMwn. DPMRAaN.nla_ AL nRiA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


THE


LEVY-POU


CO.


0511 I. PAIO T.


GRAND SALE


-OF-


GEI S'


fUORNIHIN


10


DAYS!


The


Lobe


Purchase


Now


Beilig


Thrown



Upon the



Market



at Nearly



Half Price


Underwear,


Hosiery,


Handkerchiefs,


Shirts,


Suspenders,


Neckwear, Etc.


at less than


Cost of


Manufacture.


TH I I PU CO.,
-J'IVEZ3-


Charged Wiet Murder.
KLqoxvILLg, Feb.. 14L-L, J. Snyder
was arrested near Bristol on the charge
of having murdered and robbed his u n
cle., Jesse Snyder, several months ago.
The crime created much excitement at
the time and several posses were sent
out in search of the guilty party. Young
Snyder went to Ohio and soon after-
wards returned, displaying consider.
able money. He is in jail.
w-- Engagement at R.-t River.
LONDoN,. Feb. 14.-The following dis.
patch has been received at the war
office from General Roberts: "*Rlt
River, Tuesday. Feb. 13. Colonel
Hanny. in command of a brigade of
mounted infantry, marching from
Orange River to Ramab, had a slight
engagement on Feb. 11. (Sunday)
with she Boers holding the hills and
threatening Lis right flank. With ade-
tached part of his force Colonel Manny
detained the enemy while he pushed
his baggage and main body through to
Ramah. The object of tho March was
successfully carried out."
." River Recediag at Calumbus.
COLCMBXS, Ga., Feb. it-Waters of
the Chattahoochee are now falling rap.
idly. Fall of 18 inches has been regis-
tered at the powerhoaae and a fall of 3
feet below the dam at the wharf. Three
thousand operatives have been idle four
days. and it will be Thursday or Fri-
day before they can begin work again.
Damage to power company and mills
will not exceed $15.000 or $20.000. All
danger to the bridges is now over. save
from drift timber. Twenty-five bridges
on the streams north of Columbus run-
ning into the Chattabhoochee have been
carried away by thd high water at an
average values of $1.003 each.
Caleaslan River Clogged.
LAKE CIIARLES, La., Feb. 14.-A log
jam at the mouth of Engiish bayou, in
the Calcasian river, is causing the log-
men a great deal of trouble and it is
feared that the lose will be consider-
able. There are about 8,000 los ian the
jam, which fills the river so that no
boats can pass. The logs are worth
thousands of dollars. The river has
never before been clogged in tins way.
Bridge Out at 3lontgoinery.
MoNTGOMRtY. Ala., Feb. 14 -Three
spans of the Tailassee and Montgomery
railroad bridge. across the Alabaima
river, were washed away tonight. Tue
river is in a frightfoliy swollen condi-
tion by the heavy rains and consider-
able damage is expected to result.


IMlttt From a aStab.
MONTOC)Mrrry, A~a.. Feb. 14.-James
Hatcher, a gen-'ewini from Pinekard,
Ala.. died at the ifidraxary here this
morning from tre effe':tit of a stab in.
flicted by a negra at Finckard last Sun.
day. Tae uegro, Jim Johnson, escaped
andi i:3 still at large.
lliovsto 4. tioL 'I uril ps.
Ini tli :s ae i*it is *ii 1st Ca teli volu
m-ittizi:"'tunlat % ich. ind Il~it. %%-;il utilu
1441'. nWit lg. ii ',ii v. I0i i lice (or pinlk
toll, fiuek,11flthi', I i- 'raw:an dchucim. 41
when (1441.441. P 4 ;. i :11atei':11141 10444]
lIn saudit Ixazer to v.linch a Il(th'sugair
11:1l twll Miia4ilAI(141tqullickid*V. they
aremch buII Ieti tlertLn w hien ba l~owv-
ly. so hatefl'4('Itli l. proc ss. 1ctwig Sure wI
4.00, %. I 'liZl ii li! ftI') Ito i4,ih'aw- l~xl o d le.
I Ianim N% .1,11 41,ir' u.J] Slice, rtn n
to) tilt, St. v., to r' v oY et' ra ?flrstulll.
Di- 's I I, i ll utlt I 1. jej p er .a141n sl st
4,111 v. Scl 4' i :1 4 11i t I i t 44 ,4rt41d I It
is 4iu::tv a,;wcl tI ('nt the -n.red
lurnipis iinto sho-lj' 4('Ire 41j1.'14-
muist lit v.1' liet, n-i.-I in : lv (-
f2~-~i it. eXe*' pn 1 --:Z:1 hittq'i'rns-.i iilttur-
n:jts.-Ela lo~.i:Irs I'rct,-hmiiar ill AN't)
r'las 11''w'' 'IcbFrtri:. -h n'a. m
.a:h11t 1to fii'l-!;:,h 1 oliSI. (Ife


'OW:1 i'1-'41:1 -',be j4'Ui, tht 441 tt.It(.do

li slip'l fliI 1 1 h I.' in tA l lii'Las Ii%.(-. ill
ti.A' h-w41'r f41' at !i'a't a shI~rt thiii It
%A-i IIl thv'il wP14'p '4-.l '1(144'l t S iiy thre piins i-
andi a Iq i'fl'. 4411i(41't112iV 111141andteaii,'
pe'rmlit one (11can41. 'cd i:hth~ings a:15:irl'
11 (e' -'!-a Iv. Ill this 'waiv the Jpiurch:lS~e
of luI21I.sirnIU.' :in,]in iimmiii(14.qamrti-
Cles will 1 v1' iIh'le.-T.:tdieS 1Houle
Journal.




N illvr. #ivtoo



1417G 14)DT




THE A ANE AsflPIMA rI itcd

L 'S S ID A H A H E !'N A E r i-..2I .
I 'DA.X*. i


Eczema!

The Only Cure.
Eczema is mnor- than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cu:-e it. The
doctors are unable to effect a cure. and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution. Th.'
whri!, trouble is in the blood. annd
Swift's Specific is the only remedy
which can reach suc. deep-seated blood
diseases.
E7.zma broke out on my darsthter,.and con-
tinued to spread until
her head was entirely
covered. She was treated
by several good doctors,
but gr?w worse, and the
dreadful disease spread
to her face. h lie w as
taken to two celebrated
health springs, but re-
ceivedno benefit. Many
patent medicines were taken, but without re- '
suit. until we decided to try S. 5. S..ar.d by the
time the first bottle was finished. her head Ite-
gan to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com.
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
Is now sixteen vears old. and ha. a magnifleent
growth of hair. Not a sign of the dreadful
disease has ever returned.
11. T. SHORE.
2704 Lucas Ave., tt. Louis, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di-
sease comes from within. Swift'l
Specific


H)Ipaottst at meory.
OXFORD, GL. Feb. i -Though it
may not be known Emory numbers
among its students one of the best hyp-
notists in local circles. Mr. Walter (
Slappey of Plains. Ga. When Pre,.
dent Dowman kindly gave the pychol.
ogy hour to Mr. Slappey to display his
talents. the performance proved very
interesting, Mr. Slappey keeping sev-
eral of the students under his corapiete
control throughout the hour.
Salvation Army Aunnvertsry.
Nzw YORK. Feb. 14 -The Salvation
Army celebrated its twentieth anniver-
sary of its establishment in the United
States by a largely attended meeting in
Carnegie hall last night. William. the
only son of Commander and Consul
Booth-Tucker, was publicly dedicated
to God and the army.
Wasihtomts eIN Nw York.
WHITEHALL, N. Y., Feb. 14.-The
water in Lake Champlain is a foot
above the highest mark ever recorded.
There are numerous washouts on the
Delaware and Hudson road.


"I had bronchitis every winter for
years and no medicine gave me per-
manent relief !ill I began to take
One Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the beet cough medicine made."
,ay J. Koontz, Corry, Pa. It quick-
ly cures coughs. coles, croup, asth-
ma, grippe and throat and lung
troubles. It is the children's favor-


B l o ^ |itn remedly. Cures quickly. Har-
o l i i'' Pharmacy, John Sheppard. S.
.The UU Kahn.
is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures cases Do Y o W ant
which are beyond their reach. S.S. S. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot- To 0 re y
ash. mercury or other mineral.
*Books mailed free by Swift Specifi
Company. Atlanta, Georgia. !Ir T'Y1W TfI nt 'rel Tr T


Blank Willm.
Alioiq fig t. e 1laivI lungs which ither
F'rgil;41N rli.e,:it foidft]s forrits
t5qddi~i4'l -ire Ihliii:. r'i*rzs for a 'will.
-'I'I.r1-ding it) 11.1 1per-s Wt'eilv. 'li
%va a#)44li(e 'sfih!iWi~es very soldier that
9f 1 .4 .0 1.. f :i!jt %% ith three 111,1111
fil-1; 41*1k ~rst I,1q, I he in:: n
ii, L ,'.%% iish s ooI a ,:i ll :1 Ii is ;IrI]4crty

vr:i I iole:*-- ii'. a I;j i InrI "Ler 1i, 4
.'rty oothe irNief'WVq's a::.]cl~i!'!en
lt!r' titi'ii sil4]ier. 14'i;%'. lj.t other
it. h' i-. en I ne .rlr-cti ii.:!:t'his
NN I lntil Ili#-' .ry !1 t in 1i lt :mI i
frc-i'ieitly 'ni is r:iI ii 'v41:ri'1e41 (or dy
1un:_ uiimn thn' lid]. It i'.saiW!that rfor-
nwjrly i!:he ii-en i v~ould cvl 004- thvir
w i' iiln:1 few ward ,4k;on i Te 'Striayvhit
or'pu pew fr 4'(ill the IIisifit. qf a tiel!!1vt*
thot hi! o4 :a (artriilzei hix ~or vL!s
oni a strneip n~rear lby."'
Thein' ieaiis ri1 ;:-mil 0114'. n.11111 I'~i1
adelphi~aMedical .14'nrnnl wgr~sthat
"'if 1,1sp it.-IN -Iti( '~I e ll-'I-2c(V j y~
eiani msa WiI as solid! h's q e m"-4 '.ImJo*
edq wvithm SnellldIrinks -th~ey Iflr.Zit prove
ofr ::ren t cnnlveil !vntat'inInniy I:'!15 'S i(if'
tlermrtrgrwwya ndl s.z. vert' IIi~n-'.:i.a!!d h'za I
ei~li:eai~n~ ni~rtnvia y *:iuns loco
avo~ded by their us.
*John Dirr. Poi!;p villo. It:( m;. y
on.- M1imet (Ioe'zli ('rare. v re
nvrwit hout t.T' 4 jick Iv Wea.k-
uip cotp'jhl..iand ctdts. ( ,our., '111
throat rand hinur ~tiriiilem. ItR nfp
,. ill prevent t'4m14.tkiintio;2 I. P#n -int
to take. HzirL'1s' Plirmaniyv. J ohni
Sheppard, S. Kahin.


HTI IT lI Ul, IfAIE)l!
Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad?


We've got the
thing for you:


right


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

q4qqis IP44i4cyo
215 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!
We challen.je the the world
to produce a remedy equal
to their M[atchless Mineral
lI'(/cr for the cure of In-


(digestion, Dyspepsia and
all forms o'f Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed, to cure


or moncy refunded.


Acme Beet.


Tl'r ; 1->--'i'BFEP.'d) IN
1E-N -:ACtILA.


A I Y F




is Our Speci.alty.-:$
P'r~

;A ~


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for CAtor O. Par.
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is teWMnt.t
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other ai.ot
stance. It destroys Worms andallys Feveh-.
It cure-; Diarriura and Wind Colic. It relieves T".e.h-
ing Troubles and cures Constipatipon. It regulatt4 I,.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy a. natural sle',p.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of g


L. HILTON ( iUEFN.


RIX M!. Rt);INS.N;


Tr a21#-Aa c Ic f.!


SOLE AGENT.
Al-. .)-4 le Co:;troller for I'* .il l ,..
SILK VELVET.
The vry perf,.etin-, of )t- I!tu .
by S.. I..'; .li1 : t i* : -
viile, KIy.

Wines, Liquors, Braodie
Gis, Ciars au Toiac:3.

Jug and Keg Trade :
Specialty.


S. A. FRIEI)DAN,


PAL \I.~EtX ~.. I 4,4,,
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Cost


only 5 cenIts a day to use i/.
One dollar bottle last twcn-
ty days.
For sale by all dru'g ists:
(1so II'. T. Green r" (Co. J;
S. Palafo.r Street.
OR ADI)RESS

W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.

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Sattulbturg andi PoiiDt liace Patterns


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A Fastidious Presse

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,r~CAL!4L-D FOR AND DRLIVE-RED PREE.-'Z-
WAT,#KF. UGPARAX. l~anager

E~iTA2T~E~ijall, u1863.

McIKENZIE QERTING & Co.,
0 ~DRALaSM r,,

Ship CGbandlery and General IUluiaye
a038AND 605 IL VALAVIoXUIL '
IREVEPF'.E COPPIP- COMPANY, JOHN APA. OELJNG'S SONS C,
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OF PENSACOLA.


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DIRECTCTRS:
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A Uetneral Bawkinq


Business


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)ThomplyAtte-nded To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED,


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


THE DAILY NEwts:
tWratud at the Post Oflec.- at Pensacola.
71aaes-econGS-class matter.
OFFICE: Pitt Hu'lding ,ll:1 .c1l:ti Pala-
taxs bret. up-stairs.
P'BIS.II:i I1BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
One Year by 3.ail $:, "I
ti Month* : ;l a"
Th" w Months p i'
a.me Month "- W'
On Week, by Carrier. payable .Monday II"

THE W EK LY y NEWS:
Patliheod every Friday at :.'tI per year
Postage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advertising Rates Furniishd on Application.


This paper is ou file with the #
IMNI6 ADVERTISING CO.,
EmMott Building. St. Paul. Mina., when
emMbertx. advertierTa and other: mai
eamime It and where estimate@ will be given
upsepace for GENERAL ADVERTISING.

PEBACOLA. FEB. 15. 1900.

Oxx of Carter's "nals" in the Sa-
vannah harbor steal who i now unll-
der indictment for complicity with
him iti hi- gigantic frauds against
the goverLtment has had the aud-te-
ity, as pre-,idt ut of the company
which helped Carter do his stealing.
to Coilnimetc- -uit agaitn-t the I united
States in the court of C:lai:ni for
largee -uinis w!.ichi lhe a;ll l '* to let
due to the cmnil)p:iIy *vn 'I :count of
the Savannah harbor wotlk. It is
hehecheeki-,t blatT of the century.
As 'le pro-p ct for the pIa--ag,.
A-f the Naciragua canal bill brightens.
the etlfTrt- of thle, opposition become
:;4ore frantic. They f have captured
:t representativ,--J. M. Levy of
New York-wh' will otTer :a m-b-ti-
:ute fr the 1H 1i tiprvialiig for tlI-
pur'chat-, of tl i' Patnat t caln'
wreck Lby te government from th.
group of An e.':c.i:i capitali-ts who
ought it o0:1 .4p culation. It i- to"
-atent a jh onb 1 th' facte ,of it, ;a i
,rWveo only to 1d o ;i > -t: .t.Ie tl., -car<
these speculat,-ir ha.,' tin at tin-
protspect of losing their monny.
IEl'KHESENT Al I V: TAIAIEW.T, if
South C'.trlina, was iromnptly or,
hand last Friday night at th1 pen-
-ion bill -*--ion of t liho' uioe. and so.
were :i53 other nllmnb. r to see that
there was a quoruU1. in a'cotlrdanct'
with the dmuiaud thlrefor which Mr.
Talbert h'td! :-ivn notice that lit
would mako'. -M1r. Talbert explained
that he w.t not t ,( t'."d to pension-'-
per So. but lihat !i~ liptsr'-e wa- to
p.r vent t!.e furt Ier p:i-:t ,e of p'ln-
i-;on bill- by ;a lIhitlid l ,*f mime-ili, .r-.
Thirty-five bill- wt rI fe.v.raly r, -
p'orted i n conii.:1,:*' o ti', t wh lt'.
A Con,.:ituti> nal Iri'-<-t.
Since it has l.',:n'' t': fa.-hion 1:
om ,(, t1il ir;1 t! l= t 'rIL!.'I- tl:-'- ft'l> -
ral t .ci'ItutliI l an d l idi -< rl-, it- I -
foets. wl .t,- 'ver it- i, %\i- i"i-t ;I -
loundi to ) oittlet wi:h p.r-mal
party inttt* t : :.,y : : I ;lit : -
t'i inoti<',* :t d. :", t't ',* rin thl. ,t' ].: -
:actually pI rn a',i: ,' 1 p.'' it.' ;,* -",, '

part ii; "* t , *v. r;. ..-:n \; :i" .
a bov' and i Vt-..i l .ill :.
be fr.'-' fl,'i:, I,.,; t !: ::' w .
E vcr --1 ,. l i!h :,..;:: f tl,.
republic wt i .laid ::, : I ,- i:t.,i
a rad i.'. l It c ; ; .. 1 : .* .* **O t..
law thl,. :1 -lt- f w ;.;.'; 1: li.tk, :-
failed to .,T -. *'. S. uru..idnd Iy ':,.
mU ;M , ; .* 1 ., .:'A
tatiou w l' : ;V ': t i t, :a.t, ic,;i ltp
the .-tuir ; i> \ t u.n ii ; :
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tions "iv>Sv : .;
doctriae!-. a; r : i';V. x..i ;a:-'" ,, ..-
ri liar to, r, ii in *. '. 1in ,: '. IT :
w iid.':n *., .: \,v ,IT-.C;-
usiltoen.at :. I '. : : .. .- i: :', ;
'cou]I b'- -i a :: .,- ,i v. ;' r :i- a: -

otherw .--e ut:::. :I.' ,:. :. i',- \v.i;'' d
by coi-id. r it::.- ,,: p tr:y interest.
Their faitl: ill ::r..a:. 1 : ',. -..tan '.
numerousexi" i'.:; .:- *'f -.ti:!n -i,. -

riod, led thlien t, t:.c- :.c.l-io", t..:t
umen taken :0:'; t p.a- ty r:.n:ks t.



Constitute theiti'Ka't u-ii&'al tribui-
nal of the ties-fl..t i'tl w !',v:i, pa- rtat,-
vy placed above and 1hI.'y.'li.t!me iii l lfl
eue, of p &flV -pir;t 'v a 1.'t'ir
would ei a e 'nth-ir iii' ad-
and conduct evt ry traee of partisal4
feeling iW the ptrformiance tef lit' ty,
Alted fulictio,'a; .*uz f~'-t :'


ence of natural racial degeneracy, or
because the constantly increasing
violence of party spirit blinded them
to the sacredness of the obligations
they had assumed, members of that
court have exhibited an alarming
indifference to the theory upon
which it was established, uand bav,
indulged in repeated violations tof
the unwritten law demanding that
when they took their oath- of office
they should become abs-iutetly
emancipated from all partisan obl.i-
gations and thenceforth be absolute-
ly indifferent to the interests of the
party to which they belonged.
In the light of the experience of
the generations which have suc-
ceeded each other during th. period
of a century and a quarter that has
intervened since the foundation of
our government it must be apparent
that an evil exists. None can exi-t
without its remedy. To find the true
one is the function of those who pro-
.fess to understand the whole science
of government. Others can only
suggest. Human nature, at its best,
is weak. As a man votes, so
will le think, act, labor and
pray. So, also will he exer-
cise power when he possesses it.
no matter how it comes. If the ab-
solute and permanent disfrauchis.e-
ment of every one hereafter to be
appointed as a judge of the supreme
court will operate as a remedy for
the evil we have been considering.
no time st.ould be lost in so modify-
ing the constitution as to e.tTect that
liurpoe.

NasaJ Catarrh 'liickly yield- to,
treatment tby Ely's ('riealn Hl in.
which is agreeably aromatic. It i-
received through the no-,trils.
cleans ;iand heal- tI.e whole su!rf:i>c,(
over which it diffuses it-elf. A rei;i-
edy lor Nasal Catarrh which is dry-
in tl or exciting to thle di-eased ill:0:-
brati'e shli)uld no t he u-ed. ('ret-aill
I:ilm is recognized as a sp.ciafi.
Price 4, ('n t- cen at tdru-t gi-t. iorby ima il.
A cold in the li-ead iiimtn diat'ly it--
appeats whilen ('ream B:lin' is u-, d.
Fly Broth.rs. 5. Warren Street. New
York.
Twil: LIItHAIIY.
Annual Mectin i Mondayy. F'eliruary
1911h. at .- O'('Cl -k, 1 1.
T!,e :i; -nut l I;n etinit *i f tl4h- P,-Ina--
cola ILibrary ;a---,ciationi f,,r thet *' 1c-
tiom of ,tlicerz. ti e -iiuini--i'n rf
annual report-., et.. will take ;.li.r
att thi' library or ('Cha.-te stro t Mon-
diav ev- iinl. at .', 'cick. 'lI':it ii'r
wa- fixe-d ,, that the meeptinl :!izh:
not conflict with t;ieeral (,irJdt..'s
lectu ire.
T'rie ,' *iI.r to hl 'tiet,.d are t!'e
pre- i,!;it. vvie" er'.tl-eiit a ind -' i'r'-
tarvy and(l tr'vai-urr. .and thle o e0-,,t
.tllier in accordance with the it
cent suzf'.-tioll of Tli E N w. exp('ct
atind d,'sire .ill i izi'-i l i nttl*e-tci nI
t!he wt Ifare of tie library to) b, pit--
,nt aind t:ke p:rt in th.- cii-idi a-
tioll of wIyV- ;tand m11ei'i, for i!i.'1:is-
i .l- the in -I b rr ip:) ,i[). incoit', i :A i
u-,f l: of thl.' i i-titi tioin.
T'I' i N i. s hi:i- ;alr,:,vy r.frr:..] t,>
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of Western Birth"
r'.es r.c y.e-cc:c- s:.'-" t ",::-.; ':iz.y -a".
t:c a-':, : *c'":cc", ::.,: :;ct hca:--grtcr
ar.d ':cai::i;-br'-*.c. H i's Sar.parai1:a.
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A CANDY FACTORY


FOR PENSACOLA.


Another New Industry to be
Inaugurated Here Soon.


The Indefatiiga!e Str ve Allen and
Charlie LeBaron are at ihe Head
1ofthe Company-All Gra- l"a it i-'
Made and hold L.Excluiv -ly at
Wholesale.
Encouraged by their great -u-cezss
with their steam bakery ent-rprise.
Steve Allen and Charlie LPllaron
are looking for other worlds to con
quer and have found cne in the
shape of a first-cla-n up-to-date
steam candy factory which i; t) be
established here at. an early d ite.
they having induced c tpitali-ts to
go into the investment witi ti.in.
They will manufacture cii.di-. tof
all grades from the ch eapest to the
finest, which they will sell t xclu-
sively at whole~nale.
They have been greatly e!'t"nlr-
aged by the local wholr,-:lti' .o,-'i.'-..
who have agr,-ed to ihandie t!,'ir
goods and sell them t., tlih, trailed .
and by the retail dealeSi. vi- o ;li tiv-
agreed to Iltndle' the prd'. -: of tt';,
lioinle f:ictlr'-.
The finer r'-idep if ca:nzli,- will Iw
put up in liaindnooln- thal:. n1, a;tni
two pound box.'s withll li- tr.'d.-
mnark label., "AlIt i, --td
sc'ript lette'- tn:1 a. 'hA p'itk: .. 'lit-
pr t kage- w ill li n!-..t :!ii- ;,;t ':. r ',
-linl tli" h-cat'i die- wil Ii th f li;lt '-t
that .kill el.l pur.1 i'l tttei l- c::'
pirep-irt..
The c o',tipn:yt1 ; will > l::;ov.n ;.- t !;,.
All'n ('anldy Coiimpaniy o,! lPiiu- I.,il
The co l-atly Lit- curedl t' sI -
vi.'-es of a -killpd c:in:!y miak r. \'i:
iIha r' 'ec'ntly been;I woIrk:i. .'r N'l!i
ally in Atlanta. a- thi,' f ir. 1I: 1:1.
alld 1all hiis a-si-t:it-t will 1; '* '\x ..
cm iidly makers.
Part of tihe m ili 1;,*.y h- a ri\v. J
a:ni t 'i' b;al tnlce i- ti 1 r,-u't '. 1 ..
plah it w ill b i .-t ,itll ;m i ii::. 1 : i ,
;.er tiot a; s ti oon I!th ,,.-t :t :: ., :-
rive-. which will h) i:; a f,-w d -.
Thiiis new iiillu-:ry will k p :t
cirt'nlati,:n a la: .'- ;, :i i :!t ,: 1i,,:-'a-
w lich t )I.ret,,,r, : -. ,,
away ft tthe itl-ii "'t ( :t.i tl
triltV. ;tili l it w ill .,iv .' *. ;', ":
to :A l:'rg' ;ii::tl I'r ouf *ki.i'ed a:.l a.-
,killb \'o, kiill' .
i'lhe i;tui -;ry -li,,ou!d I :i ati, i z
and w surao v'.t I'd V. l ev .ry n: :,*'!:t
in WVu'e-tIn FIIi l.lri.ta and ;i t, i-u:: i -
..hionuit ii;~!-t uipon iia'.:t. I .\
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TO CURE A CO,1) IN 0\1: I>)Y
T.tk, I .xative' Hrmni ( -uinin Trih: . Ai!
till t in .'ts refund the nt ::;-'y f it I ;.- I.
c.'rt'. '. \ tJrovt'; a ii.: a'" .* t.'i *. ',
t .x ". ,>.

Wholesome Water.

fuliii'liisht'd by their' l1 -. W ,.:
'IO. -L.ow- tli:tt .very 1 I'.t '. iit
-;.'1l cubic inchq-- c,,iit.taih-;

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THlr CAltNIV4L KING.
lie Is.nutv an Oftictal Order on the
High Sea-.
The following official order was
received to-day:
ARA1:D ROYAL YACHTwr.
T ElK HIl;1 tiEA-. b l 'Ftb. 11. ).IM 0). N
To th,- Actn :ig ( irainl ('tainam erlain:
'twi. its t a:- ine < ;iei1i nt weather. liit
SiLk[i1*1 1'r'-ctlu.. KnIrii it the Penllai-t'oi
.,t aii;v l. Tt en tt-litd Will 'A1m tttuk of
it h "tlp *' o.> t" !1 r A- IeV11rt- n11n I rI rI
S i t. itbe--o-fior Ii,-,h:nt-s l.l't lihl' t't nL.:T iLr 'nvcl chmnihr-
1:1 li lIt *tinlct prtoct'e(d t Eukt-'ii' Arl>o'it'-
(,L f .A.ii'n aitm, i lUur.' ture -h u e1, of hi-4
j, -t wVii-kt-v tii ,ti kt-Itt ot tf Hartlilomal .y
h.t r, il.itlztl-r I t |lit aiia .enild thi-' ruedi-
t -. f r !; ;t'n tt i ,- H ln --. Mo that hi-
t-1iiltl t lwl:1 !,t- I. tiIre. ini tla le for tihl-
at nloi'i-trtlrm iIl !:ai- t lnor on hii arrival
. I t' Ii.iic< l1, itt I uI o 'e bfl "27.
l4v orafr t.. 'lfl- "*.
Att--t. 'Trt' Kin;..
I..'. L it ti. Oin '
lo.o0 -:wt.arrd.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat
amit iluyi; trouble without ulll. For grippe.
iit!ut'li/4 iaiild ta detil-s-.ted cought or cold.
it ii thn- h-i-t r-ninl-tv ol e d L to lhI lilhilt-"
Th, ld. r.- .tire- n' anid a bottle costs only

TIlE: 1.RI)l (;lt S CARINIVAi,.
Itoute of the ityal Pageant ly Night.
Thet ni.iiht pageant of tle Pensa-
cotla My.tics will form on Jefferson
street at 7 o'clock sharp on the night
of Feb. 27. The route of march will
be as follow-:
Frl'rtl Jt.tlfi'f-on, to Za.rraigos-a
stro-t.
WV ,-t on Zarra;igo-:,i to Palafox.
Nor'h on IP.I;.itox to 1'11nnia.
W\'f-t on .R 11ania to l)la v!ti.
Nirth on KHyln to h'ias:t.
E, -t (tAll Cliat.t to T~ tirali'a.
.NIrtli ,,:I 'I ;tar igom, ia to \w'ri ilt.
W\-t on W'li.:it to P'al:if,.x.
u:tl l'a l tox to P;'oint ,of start-
i ..t
\\'o::k 1 i .,, it I t' i-r I- r, rbe t-.in'
-fr *If!i( Aiy ; itil tlh '+b .ars.l- f
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Furniture on Cred

,V'-r -hown in tif- city. \V -r
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We have been appointed Agents for West Flor-
ida for the



IIDIIAPOLI DIIWIbB CO,'S 3I !To

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

MOOG & STERN,

Nos 108 and 110 East Government Street.





Cohen, Friedman & Co's


S.. RACKET STORE.


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e9^IGREAT MID-WINTERE^




CEAR i NG AND S CKTAKING S tA !


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 DIFS!- SILKS AND SATINS.


Big Bargains!
IN TABLE LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ET(C.


Big Bargains!
IN LAIl:-,' .IS <-F:-'. (CAPE A. NI) JACKETS, ANI IN I.AD)IES
T.\ %I )-M DIE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN i..\; I- I.K \N D 1 It IIANTINE KIRTS AND LA.IIE.-
FLANNEL ANI)D SILK WAIST.S.


Big Bargains!
IN it' ; I: NTII.: WFILL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHOE DEI-'AlT'
M31NT; .V.ERY l'AIR; (;I. IANTEED.

Big Bargains!
IN .'I:N.S. I; S.iI'iriTS AN)D WINTER I'NDERWI:A I.


Big Bargains!
IN 01 II M1LLINE:ltY IDEPAIIT.IENT.
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Y()It S ANXIOUS( TO PLEASE.

-C-OHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.: -
'M" til O '.r I'!r:1ptIy m Attended To.'t


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fact thbt ice have one of e o1
the best equipped Roagsters
in the Soudli. and that we Y. .ANI.. .
ca n furniish th is delicious k
beverage mat prices that I MARDI GRA
defy competition. We also '
wish to remind Uou that our
Coffees are always fresh GOODS
from the Roaste.r While : -AT-
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


%OLD DUST.


!-'a' AT V.. A'~l;JUMP OVER
HL WGLL'-aLL FALLS.

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STORMS IN NEW ENGLAND-.
ll-avy D nmaeges Along the Coast Vrom
SItains and Snuwatorms.
I ) o--.TN. Feb. 14.-The gales of the
qu 1u1x have scarcely ever exceeded in
S.**ce tue storm which swept ovIr Now
SLa:and Tuesday. leaving in its wake
S Jan:age by flood that is alins,: ncalcu-


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s.oars for the Jolly v ga .. t al' i'x.'%%'.ho,
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sa.i~ o' r a' 4 ass. Inica 'h sts'r Ifermi s.

THE SAMPLE FIEND.
It Take's Lotisa iof ::a'ltfa upply
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To Clean Matting
Few th.,it (an he ai.-J to clean matingg; slt
a"d bstds fipve hecn us.-d. but expericr.ce has
taurt iht'i the h:ot *sa 3v to have the mattiag
thoroihlly wept,. and then go over it ilth a
solution of warm water with
Gold Dust Washing Powder
dissolved n it. It "s beat to uie a woolen cloth; a
ueta:ept. ,a of (hold Dust Wastlign Powdr"
in a quartt *stier i% the proportion; wring the
cl-o h *lmt,-t. dry and ruh quickly. hut the
m.'msent the wtler get., dirt). change it fur fresh;
then fler'.' ,c a:lt c-;Tj ith a dry one. This
*a*!' Clcaa II |il:CI).

THr hI.. FatMaANK COaPalY.
C%:c. ,'. U|. Lomw*. seo v..a Ssame.


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I' 'ea~ri'.All Malarial Troubles:

.Paris : 22 Rue Dreset
%-wYorka: E. Foaigera & Co., 26-30 N.W,,..im S'




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FAVORlIT


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


Ro~arke on t~he silk Hat.
in an edutorial !u tile Phxilade~lphia
Saturday j-'%'ejnltig 1'aaist Ilaydru Car-
truth says that the sillk h1:t I-, W"ttUg
out (if slats'. HeIt .:tys I liat the lburden
oft li'afl!i!i up tIpa :1 :k halit is j.'rc titsr
thati th in' 'a.'rag''1:1:1.1 a.a.:1h-a:11.: thalt
to lEvo 1- ..aIil'a m t'it :1 1 ..1!11 i1
splwal at lI'na't $Ia"a a i'a'r. Manyi*
IlItxi 11l9'Os l-itAl it. .ai~l'.';" ft.01 land (sVea
lsalikiiliat1. '11wa' s:i:~it1. in Mr. Car-
rut IIM isfitiisal~. oaat:!.i-t iait-1 S' tlisl14 1)0111
thes at (oaf' atit a I :2 a g'It sallci.?
Ia le s ilm ,nfl %t o-w loaa'[s.! 1:t> 18.1it it s still
\'v a''V 0s tiilhi 1,r e ina'81 5 a,:a.la'slit-
ly i at a I t'- i-' :ui i \:i.'Y I:' ta'. he' wlits'r
ova'l 1i.1s-;1 1 1It. a':Ittala I 11i L:.! toI llsk
sp )w-(a'-, *M\! :- :I. Ia ,;-- i' ily hici'ksr.'
s.1 -lwd s'rla4 ;Ili lily
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is drinking for health indeed !

The WorldI Triumph of Master Brcwin~


.abi.
For 24 houri a heavy rain, after wip-
:I:a ;away what loew traces there were of
.i"M andi ce. brought to a c inax tihe
,'ia i uaseaiona:)iaie winter New Eug-
a.4t i hai known for a. great niany years
i'ribu~ary bodies of water, which a few
weeks ago were so low that the unhear'
of condition of dr,,uth in midwinter
was threatened have bieeu changed i;i
tor:-eats of more tureateuiug vouoa
in si during the spring freshu.s. From
dr muth to flood, witn all tae damage
done at both extremes to tue manu-
factur;ng, loggiung and ice liarvesting
ineteidts, is now uatded the ')* st of
repiacnug bridges swept away and of
repatiring railway and highway beds
turn up.
The moat extensive dasiamago reported
is along the Mlerrn:tic and Conineti'hut
rivers. The b.ow w.as herce alonu, (ue
coast, but shippmu..u. u.ual.y ie"s in voi.
ume at this season, .ta .mpnie warniug,
of the storm.
At Manchester. N. IL. A:uier H.
Jackson. a mill hand, fell into a river
aad was washed away and drownsd.
Washouts stopped traffic on many
small lties.
At Champaign Val!ey the rain ha4
lasted nearly tive days, so that after
effects are expected to bo more serious
muan now appears.
At North Adams, Masi., several mnil-i
have their lower tl.Lors flo)oded witu
daminae exceedttm $;u.u0o.
Al,:Ig the Kinuebec river in Maine
the 1.o s i so) wreak that it is I:ke.y to
bre:a i up l.iit %,l ;!! tthe io g<) all taros-
pea''s for a iLirv '-r ttiii s-,'.-oh:.
I'A ':;i a.l polulr' comie ;C'! t r'.s of heavy
dai-; to mill proper.v and the de.
stiuciii, of -ma:l tl iidg.s lur ice jama..
T1i0h -uburbauI e.osctrik ancrs are running
erraticately, owing to slides of earth un-
tier the r.iis.


H. .ATERS, HALL & KLEIN'S


Butcher and Green


Grocer.


PHONE 172
l'r(,.t T"l',.nn,,f" ;ind Native Meats.
('hit k -n i :anti' (',ouilntry
I'r,,iucte Daily.
Shop, Rear 0 Johnson & Son's Store,
INTENDENCIA STREET.


HEINBERO P BOS. & 0.,





Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florid a.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
P'ensatola Ijo tge. No. ;3. K ol .


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W. 0. W.
Live O(ak (Camp NoI W VAxlnl' y i tflhe
World.
t '.: : ~- t' ral 1 :'n', n cht: nt
:s11 int nv I W. W. W.AT.-a.

MEIltT'.1NTIl.lI i'i(OT;CI I AS. -
CI ATION.
Of~t' i f o (o S'r* rary ;at C('in.ir's

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JI AMK -: M. H (, .
AItE I 'AN IN I.'--In-ii.n:.

PROFESSIONAL OARA.

DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.
O.rICO-Hansh Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENCE-400 E. Jackson Stre


Wm. H. Maarean, I. D.,

Hieolati2 Physicial and Sarnor,
L.ate osr Oala. Vla..
Tr,. his p f a .- *rv:o-& t the citi-
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Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misoii: Temple. Phone 364.


KNGWLS flasi.,


GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE


-I- AT-
The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


HEN--COO

HENTZ & CO..

,-120-1.2--._


Real Estate Agents,


91?1.1-1 '':' '.a'Y\7Y o'a sF THlE
I.F 41t'1 Na. 1"F I FY. MAR'Nla.
A Ct1 LDN T. F IIEIkI'T Y. PLIATE
GLASS ANn TA) LANI Fo-LER 1.N-


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Trolophlozxo 300.

e, ''atril.- Ne-w and Old, are Cordially Invited to \'i-;t and lin' pec:
their I nunil -' Stotitk.
=09M


Telephone No. 14"7.


Cold Weather
Coming. s.,. ..
,rd 'r- llndl t :1; ;.'1 vI :' tias h,.f.,r- t
.lI -ln tap airriv, \VU llI -,] nI yIV ,'
.-e t 'a;! y.,u ca:v pro' ir, f..r either tak;
3Z** Mgr ;i 1 ,ti; Itrpots, s at r';-aiai;lti- pr;c'--

Thompsop, Oise 9 El o..


Coal and Wood.
i *!, s* an.l Yarl; 4. t'.Corner /.ZarraguP sa
a::d l.ailra.,!S tr.- t-'.


-JOHN PURDY,

Foundry mIachine Shops,
('- CENTRAL. ~1tA Co. J PFFE IRN AND PINE STEETS,


Telephone 3453.


Pensacola, Fla.


.ATTEl'l '.\''TIIN.S. L'MHNiR TRUCKS, SMALL crHILLED
I ( C r W .,;-. W.na iI and fri 'ron 'ullv H:inwer-, BHixp-. Etc 1.sn;-
1 .to':ared t- -)rdr in Fzr-t-Cla--, Workmanlike Marx* er at Re.t-.,a.-
b:. iR.t ..
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationarv and Marine Application.


.)OOPP(


601


SALO I


)SITE UNION DEPOT.~(::


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.



-'-'THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:>


1sI 1 ra, Wm 1.1 c

: --BEERS, ETC., .-:

II 01WO AND GLASS, LARGE OR SHALL O1UAITIT:E1


t/'(cIciins BCCeer is thoroudhiN
? iearme-nted and of ripe afe. It never
m akcs you bilious as-young-bccrdoc.
It noutrishes, invigorates and
ton"S. Ask ior 4tei on
V draught. Order a casc for hone.

THE CHRISTIAN jc eifl BREWING CO., CINCINNATI, U.S.A

LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Penziaclo


SOMETHING NEW

-E VERY DAY:-


it


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

T.. Manfawul rs of a n Headqnlrters fa t a

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentiae Still,
COMI kt mI M. a rtt ta d teh a m

MOBILE, ALA.


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CONTESTEDJELECTIONS


In Most Cases the House Divides
on Party Lines.


EFFECT OF THlE LENTL('EV ROW.

fleaw Essmudered rartisan Bitterncess.
May Rlesult In Loss of Demro'cratic
Seats-Gsettlma Itradj For the N~a-
46wst EleK1ctilon.



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ITIiOES M P-w POLITICAL AIIOICEIEN'TS
rID .ANTED-Women to hbind drew shields
Ant home. steady work;distancenods- .or Sher.i
advent ; ask lour dealer to show you For herf.
Kora s14blelds and Kora KIsp hose obu ort-
-rs. Kora Shields onap on waist without I hereby nnounc myself a- a, .
sewing. SBnd lo1. for catalotsg of work. fully arf of support o.cmv *,
WO0 KorashieldCo., 5-5 Broome street. New spotfully a.sk the support 1.
York. fw Brooe and voters of the enulty. If .-e-
York. discharge tb.edtuti- of "aid oith;-
fairly and impartially.
MI['IC.]. W. H.I. '
a pair of pec- RO,. CZKKE' classes@ for violin, piano. For Sheriff.
or. tewai ft mandolin an1 foreign languages i his ,nnounc
otr. -5 new studio 2 West Belmont street., or at r I herebl announce. mtt oelf .- a .
Miss Cawthbon' conservatory). Private for re-elmbi county. Ftor it. nd .
[.END. lessons at pupils residence; orchestraand camba country. Florida. lindfr
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L' PERt4ONAL - ------
. F^h'er, Fi["- her VEl For hr.
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l'r FLt'WERI. and Floral I.eslgns- 1 hereby announce myself a enr'!
I 8 per ent. C L'.eeal design ordered for customers. sheriff of 'Escambla county &Ir .
mi3tf Miss Violette Moreno. 3:4 West Gregory. election. J.. '
phone 3;:'. -ulni
SATESO IN-For Clerk of the Crvuit o,,urt
'AYS ()E OB- I IE-'l I' t-rsl*. 1 herhby announce myself as .-
lAViNG ("OO) -^ for re-election as clerk of the ecir'..-
%( ON WIL- IIWERS FO)R l'NERALS furnished of Escambia countyat the ensuin...
1I pALA'OX promptly in bouquets ir special desle"o. and ask the support of the voter-
Miss Violette Moreno, -i Webt Oreeory. A.M. McM i
phone 39'9. .5.dliim
RKOw M)etNEY ------ .. iFor C'ircuit Clirk.
r property, pro- IA IIII (<)OI()4.
ir saiI r- al eI --'--- ro the Voters o)f lEs'ainbis a o4r.:.t
,.cription. have 1 TRS. BARAH BEIRKE-Manufacturer I h.rby annou,'e mv..rlf a,,, .
Sttrenl-r o, jt. .j and denier in Hair tiootts. Hats Toilet th ofie,, o clerk of th,-e f- .1
Wat-onl Co., Articles. Hair Uil. etc., 32V W. Government lShe.o.ft. olutV and %\%i i I ...
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STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTIN UiBS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


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as a lecture rOnm by the Medical
city. Miss iM rri4on t(lay read h.
lecture to two of the minIsters of t:.-
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it Is stated that there will advise in.t
ladies may, witn perfec- propriety., :
tend.
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KNxv..ILI. Feb. 14--Little T'enn*-.
see Pigeon river is out of bank. Water-
13 feet abot3ve low water here and g.i,.a.
higher; higbes: tide in this ectiuu ::
years. Tnuusands of logs coming .:
of tue mountains in rafts Ai' *tea:,-
boats, and many of which bave bee:.
idle tor month,. are actively brtng.u.
heavy grain shipments from up rIv-
farms. Much drift on river.

CHASE. COTTRELL,


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2o *, FO)UTH P.ALA,.OX FTItI '
Satisfaction (;6 aranteed i i .v.


THE CRUCIFIXION

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fIY IEV. :CHAS. M. SHIE.I
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUMRY 15, 19CO.


CONGRESSIONAL LIFE. BOERS WATCHING


Plenty of Work For Industrious
Members.


I:II I;.I:IY IN (MMI1II:: wO0 K.


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE Y5VSTEM
L EFFECTUALLY,

~.G COLV e s

OVERCOMES P AI-N

iHASITUALC'01 1A
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FULLER'S PLANS


i7o rInortant News From the

Seat of War.


170 GAINS ON EITHER SIDE

Light %Sk.irillll.s1hl amid P.-conauoter-
i," a With a .o important Results,
ArouiIt F ustr,lb -rg-Ie-w Men 1Were
1V .iuidilr l usiC ('alptured by Hoer-.
L.,\D'. Fe'b) 14i.-The only war news
of aur kia .ai i;s mornouia is an official
d:;I;Atca tr'):m Geuerai Luiler at Chieve-
lov anncuncng a reconuoissance at
:pr;nguilLi. resulting in no gain of
g:r.una on '*1her sidv. Captain Hamil.
tunn lus-e 1, Lieutenant G. Churchill
anri ien i;';in \eto wouuuned and Lieu-
teuant 'i. I.t i ;aud si: tuoa were
captured uy tae l Gers.
The disputh (couta.us detailed ac.
cents o0: it appears to be unimpor-
taut oterati.ins. They only tend to
throww l:Knt o,; tne situation by proving
tnat the L .-rs are actively following
G, Fie.d Mar-hati Lord lo)iierts. at Modder
river, wueru all eyes ar- turned, thero
i-i L u Word.
A (iw:pitici from Mafeking says the
ga.rri-oni th-.(ro can ho.d out until June.
(;-eneraii Buler's dispatch from
C'.:-.-veiey, "'he c,,nimanuiig uoicer at Spring-
tie.di reports ihi morning that a squad-
1tn of the Fifth Dragoons. moving to
the onti)ist line covering the rightflank
of thr c(Aimp. mlut a party of Boers near
Fostenbtirg. Tite Boers reaching the
cr,.s: of a mil first, opened a heavy fire
-ni thte EquA'iron. which retired. Hoe
-ut out supports and the Boers re-
tireo.i "
'tie dispatch then gives the casualties
sustained, a- already cabled.
Continmug the Chieveley dispatch
says:
"I)Dndonald with ;00 mounted men.
a told battery and the First Royal
Welsh fu-uiners. Feb. 1a reconnoitered
the high ground which the enemy has
been in the iabit of visiting. The en-
emy retired with sbe loss of two after
slight resisteuce. When the torce re-
tired after the reconnais.auce the enemy
returned and kept up a heavy rifle fire,
wounding. slight. G. Churchill of the
Touti Afric.n L:gihthorse. Severalmen
are ni:.sis "

THE GLASS OF FASHION.


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11412- 4411i(I ,!, I, j.4t 13i4114.l4are4of


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but,''41*~1 O::t an1- Iwo4 4'.114to4 til.
444:1t4'r 414* .4 1-4 f tll \ i',1 1II


1- -l I44 It-14' jl 14r sip, ,! lit-1 44'i I!. mii 11
11444 ::; '-t44':14J?4-tlIn:4.! 141;Lc
1z A 4ll A c ,-l. d .rlI'-4 444 i- ,I.-.s ,'


MOl(Z[EY*S LEIMON EL.IXIRt
A 1Pleasaant Lemon tT~nmic
pr, p In (I fr~m ti t- ,fr4-11j iices1.f
Leliliool. ('44 iio4)14d with ''t her v,*4 4--e
lp ,~'ii v4eFton hz.'-.ent hoFt ie4, i


I-*4r 1b14iki-ne:4-.'.anld!cwnipat44iIioi4.
Vril44 1(1iI.0t 14111 andIf4ml .tonit'1401
VA or sick and ni-rv 441- Ii.a:4!o4

taike Lemoni:IElixir.
FA -4r s4I1vf4v)e4s'z.1IlI and41444 11 Fv, 1.1
pr'"-tr~i 141.

lFimr fiover.;. mlaria andi 144 thilk
t:akte Ie.i-'1m41Elixi r.
LeilmlaElixir 'will Iii)!failvl ,ItlIII
-#11y (if the I1114''111411 44 lat-.-*'-.:III
4,f~Tl wich ar iz11e froin Itii 4trpid AirFdi--
"i-aed liver. -ttmiach oir k 11idtipV..
P;e jm1(1 $1I IN)itt at4 rnr.--~
Preparedl ionlvly by D. If. M .l


At the(.Ipit'il
1 4.''41-.t takt'14 Ili-, 1h-, 44f twi
h44ttl'- -if lot. Mtozilev- 1.4141:12ixiF

with dIi-4i"4'41I iv.-F4144 and :4-
IT le x c uiredI I f4'"lid t !I144.t'

.1. If. Ni- FN N 49 Att'.rit.y.'
1..' F "4- 1 I-:4Wit 14 t 1,. 1). (C.


W.. Fltt-- I ll Bel-l tICF4-41 21- 411


Lr,14444 -hallall t!;" 14-zfdicile I I Li. e
ksv't r tak-ell.
76110L1VS LI2M3( IN 1-HOT 1)1K IS.
Curee; all to~h.Cliidz. Hocarse-


Now a Woman

Suffers. ---dA



I EIwia lwvr&q prai- W'.i lke, f i'I'i: t
ham~ djontme Ii'. r.' g-mt t i.:?)ailI the nie,! -
cm.''. I have .t -% r 1.skl-: .,* 1':WV
send aIoi- al.nwk&4 ' !--miioL ',,c&&es U LL'-j
lad.,. WhOS& ziuame-4 I tiuclus
Mrs. UlINNIE STUDGUIILL


It isn't necessary for a Nvotran to 'ive rarticulars. When she says
she his iemnale t'n'e" other w. :rlcn kfl 44'. %%hIat thui mears. It
means days and nighv'. ,f endless su~te-.;i;. It me.min hea~i. l:hc-
1no tongue can desci ite. It mnies .n.aUmtl'riie beairwmn:a., ,! rajz:nark
d,,wn*f in the Inwer aJ 1:.It meas a.11~a : t'i bak.k-. iiS ulder
ache, and arm ache, and achc-5 in the I. ),xer Inmhs. It reran es ),,i
t!Je the Nbs -J. e dslofACel~v '111"I, >, .1 h 'I" It fl"'4ic'!tl.
drains that the doct. irs c:A3 ku rr:i -a. I! meaisnw itvrd' 'vis. 411W
tuiei es e~n dath s..4llb r.&Ie~i. l.A nd s!' i WVne (, .d~rdlui '.\ 141utterly

F LADIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT. It.A..421 1"Ual\14.45
IA -e in1 ase4t-rI n ... rr444 u. i.'41n4 : 1 44 -.: le ,n11eirth uld.

No 1cm4 4 b.4 444,14vl1444,:. .-:e~. 44t4? 4 t, 4-14IC\ pec'tint

the Change of Life, this leqeta'.'e Wm,: i., a blesa.:.

Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


-U


m


THE ORIGINAL X


ST. LOUIS



A. B. C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Whol


Ew~.rmM


f'A II ordt.rs I t at ra.' 4)1Mc:.1 *i-,dn! t '4m Itl:,. 1.1. tra:.!'iI
attended '.i.).


E. PERIETOSRlsT,
0--PROPRIETOR OF--o


ORONIeS SALOON
O--DEALER IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars. ,
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Cnr nAr BRlmont and Devillierc Sts. PENSACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds OL Plumbing and 0as Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


2TULEKPROWUI 322


p~vq~rr)JP .'v


DUNN'S c


0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


I. UEHBtlIM' S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale!t-


Children's Department.
Hand-eweid Fr-.u ,i Kid Inf.int-4
I ,.itto:i. 2 ,..

worth 75c, . now 50c.
Haild--.ww Id Fr1,nch Kid liif.in t'n
l llltt ll.

worth $1.00, now 75c.
Hand--eww d K1i.I Si;'rin4 H,.-I lHutton
worth 75c, . now 50c.
l ianI d-'..Wtie Kitl Sprin Hel -I ut-

* worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Hland--ewed Kid i prinz: i ,',l l.a,',*.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


1 Men's DepartmeotI

S (eneunite Dinon. I'tmtn an d I.ac

worth $1.50, now $1.00.
enuinte Vici Kid I'uittln iiand I.Lacc

esaler. worth $2.00, now $1.50.


Ladies' Department.
Kid $ .rin 0 0,.l h.tto, anl I.0'.*




K id I,,.l Huttn anIl l.. :l-,
(lot,,tI r,,p ,1i n lack and Tir ii.
front $100 . to $3.50.


A Special Bargain!


A lot of Fi Iu wLaclif-* SI f144,-.('It'-
cia nat i make,. re-guar141 F ice 314
:an tid0I*1o a pauir, no0w 4on1ly $
We o mnly lhave tietininii2.4and *
and111C antd 1) width-'. thati-i 4 why
we -Zell then so Cheap1.
Our Iflen's Department
Wbe beat ainy sttore inl town; wi!1
tillter'.4ell anmyonie' andi give thon
Iii'm!t CoimInfimtil)I' fit and -eneral
~at i -fc:''


OUR $3.00
HanijidwEII \iciKa Nid aro
f(jti:lItim:iy .m a i mw.*IIIti own.

Iremadii 'in pr: im1p3e

,v-4,.-1 uuenheim.


4. J. SCjOITZ,

THE P'OPULIARL


Three Recular I N 11OU BAR,
Meals Each Day BREAD AND CAKE
25c Eac1h. .:EST R.L Is' AT
; *. ,4 207 Youth Baylen St.,
and l prv-Dared to It-e-iv. All r'l.ers for


Restaurant Rttached, Open Day and eight .

OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEAnON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
R.vrES:-From ,$1.U to $1.Gi per IDay. \LODGING:
51..' and 519 S. South Palafox Street. Pensavola. Florida / 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
IN FL -CI' .IANI 'A.I: 7. I'L.

N ,, ". N, ,. 3 .. N +, . 3 .
l. 1i .,,i ] 1 ,p in L"'i\. .i..' i. >ala A ri p 4 1 "' t rn
p. .,' i ht A rr:;, l- l.rni t' : i ri vi I ) I .+'., i l
S, i :,:,:a in A rr, M ,oI. r" i: i-.a' :_'i r I :: ht
n t in Arn T N .w .rl. I \rri\ .-, t ;i i i
i t ll i rll .\r M It i .v A r I. i i
.-p i1 1 1 .- l " A r r 'v ,. a \i' 'M l i .\ nr.t ,. L1 ;* ,: i : i I1 11
1 n,,t it TIn Ar l.,, -\ .. A rr. l n r m n I

BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


44 444
,,4.4 44,,, Ic
.4444 ~~44
4 4 44 444
~444 III
4 '1 144
<.4111.1


4. 4..I l
' ', l ;.
,11
7. 4 144
444 n iit
7 _' I 11
I "i t1114
1.4 14" fln
4 4 i 4 ill


1' -4(. *'4:41
51:. 44444
4444.44.44
44141' .4444.444
14.44 *-r .1 44',4't44444
1h44:4!.444--4 4.'
I ,ieI-4 44444444 44


4 Ill
14 144
1'
- K' 444
44 : ill
I' 414
.4144


' -t. I l
. ;+ |J 111
1) fit
.4
0 111
... ;* p ll
. l -" p 111


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Restauranlt,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
imo'PiPOilT I \I ,N !'P,1'rT.


I(eals at All jHours.


Bread o ardd a ;akes

AT sIORwT NOTICE.



BARGAINS


-IN-


FQeaI


Esta te.


$ LY.J'JYt h vbi, v4'4141at t --of i.,,uI (It ns.
$2000 ~willhuv 4- 1.4 ,,zO in.nu.4 city

$~~~~ii f,,,;, Ir ~ .1-. .i4 IMocksm
$3000 t.p4 t, 4444 N, *.
flit.,.. 4U..rty it.II


tI r, 44 01. 44 .' I.-t rpo.4
$.45000 4444 jW 4I 4 > )4~


$6000 ~ ,1?front on


$ 7#4 44"r r. .4 ,
r r* I v I.. I 444 1 4%4r- 14


$8 00 11 1 1. t4II!





$.10,000 r, ~~ -ft t.";'


ALSO WIKI[S, BRANDIES WINES, IIPORTED AND DOIESTIC

Paul Joncs a l Echo Sprinis Celebratedl Whislics.

TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TONIC.
PHONE 154.1. : : : : 1.. ll()X 7.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Frei- -, D liv) rv to Any l';trt of th.( C':t.v.


Open Day and Night.


CAROUI


KWINE


-


c~c~


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'WINE~


4ED19


OF-"CARDUI


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.


the best equipped establi-hmnt- of ft 1 lf f1 1) 1I1
.dveriseinezit appearss in another UwlllU uL' 1 U llU
column of THE NEWS.
.MA('CKS HAII. O-T-The fishinzi
I 7 ...r. t ,'"r ear -.'a Snd r nitt, s1.tcks. Zila-. S:eai ii- of W arr-n &; A. R. Miller of Louisville is at the
. / ,, .... Co'-. il.-t and the Pr:-cill:t of E E. E E cambia.
,....... A ?r 1 ..... ,,,, .1t,,-,,,,, .;n,.r -, -, haul<-.1 out oni i. L Allen of Opelika, Ala., has
.,,.r,,',. .. .. ,, r ... """ the, niarin,. w.vy. tL.i morning for; roo I- at the Esc eainbia.
. ,' t, e er. repairs. rooi s at the
1: / h .,iM': VMENT-Th h bu.ildini C. H. Stallworth a,f R ptri is a
l,,, ^ ,: T 'AN-A l1.VF Nr.in.,X S -I'l' P I ( b I
U r tA th A I A h rwu on t ei 114-t ,jf p it,. and Pa lafox. guest at ttie Merchliats to-day.
.-r tr t thenare. will b1 r1.n A 1. 1!i # *,ree-t i- bt-in;z iien,,ideleld and will I R. Leon Jones of Seminole is in
y line -Friday niiil.t. I,. ccu>id by (;',. Neely the the city, a guest at the Merchants.
,,\1.1-. lI-.t tRIo,-Tlie -aHkl, tbutcht-i. The -tore he i- now ii will L. P. Gel.on and J. H. Collier :'of
L c. l..,:,l-v i-y:. at l*.a,t~, b; "o'ecupied by J nim Jarin-ie~ w!:o Milton are regi-tered at the Mer-
..: i.t-c-iviii- L x e.-I.-ive r-;i.al \- will hratncih out inaki!.r l.i' tor- hant-.
Snmuch larger and more attractive.
y.\ -T\, C'rt-w N,,. l--Ti.r., w;;i jF. E. Ilrawner left on tlh# 12:4.'5
. i..tii .l l ic, C t-, r N it 1 I.A. AT HALF Ay-Thr.-i1 a d.-tra in to-d.tv for a hunting trip up
u,;-n-i- !,.,u--t -ziyLht't,7:T "oIt t' city to-day ihlic and pri the L. & N.
%vate ti I '; :; re llvitir "-t hilf lniast ill
INI'.H-'- l'i1iiiAS-1 !.<,r-, ll honor of the British Vice Conosul Aaron Blrown. janitor at the cuv,-
.-; ii..' r-I A f l tt I ,tt L d(.' L. K() O-iiond (C. Howe. who"e funeral toin llhou-e. ha- ben granted ten
I,-; -it. \oik i t.te -*-cu d will take place at 3:30 o'clock this day- leave of ab-ence.
ak. afternoon from St. Kathlerinf.'s Mrs. James F. Johnson left to-day
CAr1,o. J ..10- Tl--N l-h.,-r E -. church. During the funeral the for her honie, Birmingham, after a
(:;:iti I- l Iin ut P.l:A;tox wiarif tg- at the cu-tomi house will be at few week- vi.,:t to friends here.
-i--chargiL. a car'o of ( i k tro1n ha f inast.
SIi[ H. Littleton. a New Orleans
nkinuei mill-- at E-cauibia. MARIi GRAS RATES-Agents of detec've arrive d here this mnotrnin
lLI.EASEID VoM Tiae- bark- Higt.tll.er and Longtellow oad from Homaton to River June- wanted at New Orleans.
wt-re r.,ela-e-d fr..:n s aiirantilie to- lihn, inclauive. have been instructed,
'" and canine ,v. i io "l. cily to on account of the Mardi Gras festiv- MrA. Dr. Lemond of San Antonio,
d.. ites at Pensacola Feb. 27, to sell Tex.. formerly Mi-s Mary Overnali
round trip excursion tickets Feb. 25 of this city. ik the ue-tof Mrs. Win.
~ A4< i. A RRI iE The finzhii and 2Gi, limited to return March 3, at S. I,0;asc.o at her re-.idence on Pala-
-inack- Clart It. (iiine* and Carrie one fare. Agents on the Pensacola fox hill.
1;. We< 11.- ar A iv.-tl inr', thi. -na.i;p -r division may also sell tickets at the
.A..1. ;li- iin...rinL w,. 1 I -Ja e rates for train No. 1 Feb. "-7. Among the t'ourists who arrived at
.-. "sor ra .. the Escambia yesterday were (Geo.
"'I' "'"i OLIVEK-IlEAL.L-Mr-r. Annie L-ir- M. laldwin and wife. New Haven,
IEAI,1 3 i: EA-lTh- f, lllwii!K kin Iteall of St. Loui- and Mr. C. W. H. Starritt. New York. E. W. Allen.
*.--. 1- Ar p-td ;t ;. I'I ..- al- Oliver .if thi- city were wedded iat Eau Claire. \i<., and Jas. F. Sipe,
S*,. :,- ir.ai, 1.r -. i: I r-il.t th- r.-id ,* ;_'! S l ;.. 1 ;t: ,-'::,.1 M rl;, :; l ( ..irn r of Jack-.nu and Hl i fii- a t e . t ,
. i.:, C. -tr-et-. at s o'ein..k la-t iiA.Jt, l... tAnmon g the l.'orirliani re.zKtor d(l
S l'A (-- ti. A . .; ,, .I .M c(.':,lT.rtv aA;il 1.- i, '1o.< .. ,;. .,i- . . ,, 1 ,:. li-:,hof t. % l' j., ls':,.:i A1I c,1' rc. i (; eor-- A. (;ill.rt of Jacks, .uville.
4-u.u... , l '- ,, c .. ", tt,,. .".ndan:t- wert, Deputy (',C l!cetr O). A. Sloan of
I ; ..iM,-n : !,. !;..iw:,.-.i. ;r. Eitz an 11-i L\wiw. I Monti',!lo. Albert Je.rnig nof \Vhit-
," all*lit lh', ul a !' j 2 : -l' ,' : .\ : ;11) the ','tl. T vt '. r l itiul:hi f fi, If, 0( 1 1lA:Il.l*- i, E -,.:l1nll)i;L
t.yv tlo.l. .v. 1 ..: Of tIll, ii t-d ; _1t 7, I,>1ii .A i ;l(ti : F. Pfeit .r 1and tw dtLiibt..i r:T of
';.\;. r-r: \ 'A '- T : .. ..... : t ,r :.. : .-l. _:;n ,t w <-;l(!inz -upp>; r M1 r. l
I. (r.I F' W a N -i:ick M.1iA 1 'Nl \11 Oliver d< p.ir:4-(i on the
Si (:, i w. t- 1 ,w. '1 i' n 1 .- 1 n triin f -r St. ,ui!r T v w. t Dr.Bull's CoCough Sprupisthesafestand
4 A A *-'l'>.- [ t -A fi.r t t ii-- i|itnl"i' ,I iii 'tTo ti'f-
.. t ll w iy- ;,l'-"f. r .-. : ni r n ii d l)y *t -* hb rid-t,' ; ., f t ii ....-. n,,i .'
S :. I A '' l lt -. I,~'. l '. I ('li lllil wr o l : t t lll'l "r'- t..: l P'hy- rlc .- ,i '-r!i irtl it,
i. .Iu i ', *" ," i l-,'I. r 1> ar .,' h ll irtr ;! il t- :1 '. ni :.'.I -' .... 111'," m alllltll. P 'r w e
A .-- ;i; l:r 1 I'* ( i t 1i l K m* e'i! 1- '- c-ts. >


r.iXI' 2, -'44-1 h-TI i'r *X''-t H.'.!, An-
-'tX-Il.
N '. 'IT I.E M I N Ill I - 7ij fllhue'!'-
-, I:.X it~*,.I.' \i'i.I' 4 c--Ill -.aLV
1 11.''?:. *li. '4e4. *, ~to
-c 4 lILA' .. 1.. lu' '. P.114-


A lMuoro-c.-r Dii. iii j.-t. .Cle(Aolier.
I).-!iX it- T' i:- i t" 44.1 f \ il~i.o ('4111. r r i:,d hio c('impale yt1V or
at 1':.-1A. '. 44'Wt I 'ii"I Up Vis todi,t~i- will appear at the o (pera
Ifllrli1' IPr ti m- V .m.'] y ''AIi mAn?,ii Kim,, ixSatur~ay- iAghit. 1'br1%try 17.
TIT~I iI!i' :111 n lut-cl.- ;i'n(!lirot-o (INPIer 1,'isadd lcI iitchtiptcehis repuo-
Thi-tc- 11+-ot:110h i1115 4'4 --vrm-ni''- t:itl'iii a-;a ee:1i ~wit!) his n ew
But D~r. l ~~N,-w if-- 1',I!- :ii- playy -Mr. SmoiaIhT," 'which u-ill be
- 15.- aid I-'-rt sinlcamr 1;. t-:ij, tie pre--ntod hlie.lHe' nc-ds little rt -
mul4 Id1 ho skoui('i.p. Liv. r. F-OnIy-A emoniii'ol tuonri Ownthe tneatre-gci-
alil! It 4wil-'i. fI)'11v-,. c') Prot m eI- il thi- cItx-, a-, !,(, iio already
l)A''~teit.- hiuz sie.IktiiiWii:1- wcIlik.-d ilc-1~. In ''M.N:


% I IIA : I A D, Q, i- if**.tIi iit- a l'lf- i- [a-;1an amu hi r aA
ti 1.I ma ~efiui~v.A,'MUtSICAL PUZOGRIN1 Well a- ani actor fo~r[it, Wrote tl'"
'Ti rT,' f o'iI~- ~I It*, ~t ~Vi I ___play' 4il i T. lhe piece iQ a farep ofI
.1.~ re'in'r' I'K~le Ii:(. yo) Ie (;i%.ez, at (,Ig11tu'g'4 11-111 Ttlul'-. the h~i,,ad--t kinil .114(1 thi')roeuu:hly
hi: i'iljiiii. I r42: ii. 413 141 ~ irigjiiii tl l1i Ili 1!140oTlia d atiinos.phere,
A ',.!III will It--L V Ill- and q it uiililj" any'.'thing thit ha;
4?Mr(. G-r,!a. Ahlil m 1imuth iAli(':IrI- bfeei --i-n lo-re [b-fic-e. Amy Lzlip
liII to) il.1:--, ..~ fully :.r.:uiig.-d thin-: t.~air il te welIl kziiowiiwriteroiithe~hicagci
Ct (u1t~r*- llltLll1,-4Khr-d:t(itr- hl.fetN ewt. be g if l A! et e ~ ic
'1 ?'42r~i'I)i vpsi i nix li" NIr. Smoot L-it.; isthe fun-
Ill if W il[l ls9ia ( e)il.. Fe 1 th i li l n -;t farc e since 1hoyt w rote -A R alg
It l'c; ti. 4 will bo- tilt- la-t concert hI-lAfore- Lf'i.m I;aby'."']'I~le rdit lW ihw l
i in'' h- i po-- lti t Will l,- a 11101)- -X#-IlleIt pro.- g`1ven is:-;ad to hI)-- 114)'t abo-

4.X4.'! :ti1-IVt:e diilii i.N.c-n- illI G ~E IN
t!),. till.. i\ .'d li :i t'! ''it di.! pally-- Eveti i the -tile giaunted fano-
ox oft~l ..'i I''jj.( 4I'~ -I ie-' t friu- eii o vt-tiy iipi-a e raget at.l


I -*~,xI V.- L at'. ~ 1: -0:111 If'i:- I.v 4 : .!*- Z :11 iol- bitftq etlfyire. lwn-l thati the
i I C I.'l W' itAtl4 No-X .1 0 .t:itec-r-w!c t!u.-r h i-- je ul'
'A : '-t op; '-dii-:u'c:`.)n- o" N1 \V l~i i .. I~. vor c'im k-i-i il (t--4p~tir.uand ('alls upt-ii
...! :. 44?iLIT Ti i- -'::. Siit ; :I it, -:*u till- otho~-i- toi l tpllouiI('f tb-ir prl ero-fu
4 *1~ i'il* 1I ;I" All 1: .. t ~ T'IL ~.eruco--. wIt h .1 View to a cha-llig'. siig-
I;V" A;% t:i In Lzreuct abu ii (I'llnIII("
V A 1, a: -I' M r., it v'iriet. ii-:ue'. 1ut 1no t~v iti 4 ltillIi
\v in tit- ot-n t.o ma-ii--#-
4 11 t!'' U '.A 'T' t11 -. 44j''1'1 A I 344 -
4. I ~ ~..2...iI't te'Il il,- iiAe -;1:111 la t. iln i dled t a-i
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SMALL BOY'S MAD RIDE.
Opened the Throttle of Ills Father's
Locomotive and Let Her Go.
"1 (.u ru-n an enginen, lIke papa."
si; yvear-oli I''d lEvan:is as hlie was
little down frou tlu.e locomotive of
Elie l. .lJhnu's Air line at Alb;ua. lie
ha3 4r: >utntd tvhe mlie~t:ue at St. John's.
pul l!.i op u the th -ittle anil reniaiund
,!l tlih- seat alove on! al a i.;il ridh of tei
Ll:!.-. says a 1. r'tl I:4l (Or. (i dispatch
to !w.'- S,. Lo. r s <( olic- 'lilc>''lit. The
youl:;l n;'giu, l.r is tlhe son ,f 1\V. I.
l'ia.t lWt St. Jul.. ; oill it. .gi *tr onI
the lilt'., lit, Lad l40I 1 ii i 4.Il o1il ;hli
'ii' iIll. :1% I hl i. 1.it'w r" hadl ,x l:aini.l
to hiii l, w il he le-(r is pulledl lul the
\vi .-ls t-Iart d ilii'viiug.
The eli;gne lies over -,n hour at St.
.JoLhn's. :niIl d'ur!':~ this ltne. while.
Mr. Evi.s \-was at lui.ch, little l-'r-ed
iloilluiedl] thi eat a;;nd pl e ei'd l widlc the
Ithrotlh. hTih Illi;achiil \Was full of coal
:lad \\.n.t"r ndI was ready for the road.
Se'ver:al )people saw the lboy start. lout
io niie \'was near enough to catch the
engine. Master Mechan!c Michael F.
Iira'ld"' at ol(ce began to telephone to
silltills along the lin e. Portsmiouth
nnuol 'tuins-:ultr were notified, and menu
at tliesko points tried to board the en-
Ogine as It th:silecd iby. lut its speed was
too great. Mr. Iraily also notified the
,tica :it Alblina. and a party of men
.utnl out on the line northward to meet
the wilhl eInine.
In (comiiing uip tihe hlon grade toward
Alhina the steam died dliwn a little.
.Johin Woolds was thl first mian to nett
the enmjtii. lie c:lun:!t the hlind rail
lanIId swung; up. but in (loinii so lie w:ie ,
dr'aggedil sI fc(t. 11 at S':1 (o t'rnIl 4'
of tilhe s i n-l ., n)i ld t!!,' i' l:IIiO si w 4,l
dlown a l a 'tuto ,ped. It '%:is then th la:tt
youlnl lIr'ld mai!.e' t!i.' rI- '; ii:rk coliiiorn-
ilil" his tiill ;!2y "s 1;i i tII,';.l" o rt T''le
h y w is inot' n'l 'tn ::t :ill. llit sct'I!,;l,
rather proi-c l of Ihis f. :!t.
W hlvin tile' i' in! tir-t ,l:-s!',:1 out ,f
St. Joh}n'>-. li' v:l.is f i:-_ e!; '.d. anIl :is
lie a. lIlt' thl:'oul! h t I' ,rts;: uth like :i
shot out of a g;;u! ii ll ''Is 'ellirni lusti-
ly fior "ii ,:in:i." .Aft,,r ,*ini r\,.,vr:il
miih's farfl -r. I hlxo\ ,\ r. | ,w .tiu l,i
e:lan I rave iini l I'+ lhis pI1,,-iti1rni tin
tin. se':t w ;:h cuI (, t1,:re'. \'. th his
h:ian] ion tihe Icvrer il.4, a vot 'r:u.

BI\Y IFXC\0-ioN
I'For the it'n'mii, of th ie PuIlic Shticoll
Iiliraryv,
The plibils of G;riad, 7. Stc. I'...
Shiiool No. 1, will give a 1. iy V-xcur-
sion Satutrd;>y, Fe, 17,,n t:11 1 -t(. :ttn-
Ser ''Florida" for the bfcnlit of the-
scehool library.
I'he boat will l-av e 'Palaf.,x wharf
promptly at lo a. ill., rtturniiig about
5, p. in. StopI, will be made at Navy
Yard, Fort liarratica's atnd the Life
Saving Station, tand a trip in the
gulf will lie given to thio-se who so
desire. Others .will remain at Life
Saving Station until the boat returns
from the gulf.
On the return home tlie boat will
make a tour lip in tio eaa-tern part of
thle bay, giving passengers a fine
view of Pensacola. fliltd
F-EMI'LOVMENT ()'FF F(i.
Ring up ":,2 or call at the olce.i,
il North Palafox stre t, wlh-n in
Tin-,d of i c;:rpi-nter. B. D). Hioilman,
Iil-line'--s A.\gelt of tlih (';i"arp ntetr'
and Joihiersc' 1'nion, will turliiilh yvou
within the d-eird lihlp on -hiort n i-
tiC'e. iin2 tf
Try Tl f ': N i\\'- Want ('olutiin : it
will pay you.
NAVAIj ST),ltS MAItlI'kET.
lIported l)Ially f'or The News by
Mlesrs. A. M. Mr'en & Co.
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;FI :'rs TRPsNTINE-ri;T oentu.
if you n1.-d ( ard(en iin Ti,)ols or
(':irp":iters' ''Tool-, of any kind, vi-it
S..I. Isatas, corIn-r Palafox atid IHo-
'nana. ald laI'k ,over his extensiv-
alSortinl(nt before buyin:: elseiwh-hri..
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Investigate the Convertib!e Term Contracts
-OF THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI. 1 ;., :,v; Ar t, A -


SW. B. WRIGHT COlPAIY,


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LUMBER, LATHS,

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110 / F N X ll!-:t i'd (' Cn DOZEN Half Lineon Huick TI hi is a l-i ulir 7'*c Tow 1. MEWV0 a 0a-
Huck T'wel.l l 1 | Tow l. i ! 4 ,,, ..7.y ,-, ,,' Iu I-, i 'Ce :,,!r Il JAMES HUGHES,
1 14, 4 1 0 ,o, for .......... -: Bath Towels=AME II

l1) Z ( N Ztl,.'Ched (',C tn ) DIZIFN All Linen: Huck IN ALI. SIZES AND QUALITIES. PROPRIETOR.
,.k Trow.l-.'-'v24;. ( / Tow -. hil-mnuied,
." **at-'. .r i.v ttes' *a TXI. 17' !. .t..'. h Don0't oiss This Great Towel Sale. Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.


1Th.'- me!
72-inc II
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TABLE DAMASH.I Napkin- to Match, frnim.................. TS,. to i)c yard.,
TAKLE. DAM ASK. Extr:i Heavy. l:titiful l-sigii-......1.35 and 41 75 yard.
'NHIFLACHE!) DAMASK, good values............................47. e yard.
INBHLEA.'HEl)I DAMASK. g ood vallues--............................ :,ie yard.
INILEA.'IICEID DAMASK. txtra heavy........................ ...72 -.c yard.


Steam Boiler., Tank- and Sheet Ironi
Work Manufactured and Re-
paired. Pip- Fit'ings ,of
All Kinds.


COOKING STOVES

ALL PRICES.


1tiliiam N oll & $Soni.




Chas. H. Turner,

ARCHITECTEC*
--AND--


General Repairer.

lBuilding. Re-airini;..Manit. and (Oratf- Setting. Plumbing, Ste.im. Water
and (ia- Fitting.
A Complete Plumbing Departiment under t'a
Management of E. B. Morey.
f. = Arti-ti DI) uizn l-:timn tea. Pl t 1 a d i,:' iflcatii- for uild-
iln of All Kindl, Prepared on Short N.-:ice.
A IarL e an nd Carefully P.le ,J St.'-k of Finel Mantl.. Gr:ate--.,


- STOVES,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900. 7


BACK ON HIS OLD GROUND.
Illi.-,vel That lulhlr ains Wil:hdrarvwi
!,,> i ore to ('hl-vel.r.
yi':. Yt:K, I'e. 14 -The dispatches
-.-: un":i: the Lr:t:.h .*ret:r.!i ent" at
i.-..ter-: are not satisfactory. "Our
S;-s :are xut yet known," said the
.* .. M:.' --crrespc(.urt. Th',re was
:. :.tiu all day and at night the
t -:;nt re:ared.
S ailt newi as the more depressing to
r. :(in t-rcaue ,niy a few days ago it
v.e t lelievtei Gentra; Frenca w.asab,;ut
Tage C,.e.:-rg. If tne Boers are
..: t to iet'at Genera* C.ellienteu in a
..sve eingaement tusev day tnretten
1. ri .. Ls.' l,"-- o: I-u: r.ie at DeAar
Sunct I'n. thi Untipecteta sucw of
t'r--a;gli ;i tai. Boer a: C uaebhnrg bha
-niaz .. tnot., who were prearting an
I ,.v rt!'a-:: ,:r Lord ilobert. through
t:.e IFr'e .'t a:e.
.:i,- exports who saw in General Blul-
-r s -catiture and al)aniounment of Vaal
r.tan:: a thae piece ot! strategy say that
(,. ue1.i. Clieu ut retreat to Rnsberg
pirt o: toe same p ,cvr. to engage
largee fore*' of Buers wnaie Lord Rob.
e rtr demo.iihes Crunje.
It is believed that General Bailer has
withdrawn has wbole lorce from Pou-
i:eter's Drift anid Lnringdleld toCnleve-
.ev and is exactly were he began two
mi'ti.,1s ago.
i he I,)nion Leader's war expert says:
"S.iuth African mtiatary opinion calzi
for )'. ).'i 'r ...U)') o're men as soon a-
S,.-.l .e and, ti:, no tne ground of mer-
:-l'ies and u.rttiiaze economy.
*iu: w.,u;,i br',;z our streuigth there
tT to I-hary -_UJ.OO. aund tnts torce to
Sut il'iwn two p'nalli revub.ics. wnose
L.:;ite, white PIpI.ation isstiup;osed not
,. -"'ed 4.o).QJU.'. 1nr women and
,:i :r- n.
N t!.,n, but thi; fact was needed to
.:. 'rat tna lUtlltvy of tie minti-
I ,i-'!i ne of arTiy re,)rzan:,. tl,_n
.,i I.- :,)re parliament on Mon,:ar.
` Ihe i.r-cise nature of Lord RHobert'
i;. veienleuT tin M3o:d-r river and (Or-
:.o!.i- river are wrapped in nuivterv.
',rta;ui t is that toe country G(enera.
i ranch 'tsan-euvred out orb in northern
< .p t ',lony has been reoccupied by the
*-nje'-rail Builer is keeping his own
s crets. t[ut we may inno tor another
:;. -re It wit I art mi a day or two. ruob-
t ,v to tbhe east of Coienro "
Sh. exzp'rt of The Mornuing Pst corn
,areq the ontuation to tue American
a!r a the time when tiie army of th?
','on.: c n -ld a!l tht. confederate forces
:. V:rin:a. wtil! the western armies
:. rei down the MlissiIit'pi and through
S:- .-irt f the Conrederacy to At anta
-:. .vannan and thence nortu tA Gen-
:.. Le's rear.
.\f:'-r d .'c.'r f.ii i too ii re lir , f
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vrd t:r- ho ttl. ,,f it cI.i .(
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A VPV I aI VL- a JUL m NEW YORK. Feb. 14- opw'q rwq


Awful Itchingof ErZe-r..-a

Dreadful Srcalific- of

P~soria-sk

CURED BY CUTiCUIRA

C l( tx RA qit-AL1'po( v- L"~
ci i -I IIIt. lA O i clt t lo.;t !; 'etilv skin, aim
!'Tt'R.A l.(IlNT o co--Il I!:,-~
Make tle rao,-t (omotfl ai( ~A I tp' edy r!-r
..i-tueiit for torturui;, '-,-ig .i 1t lii

liA~r. which Lave def"Ie the ski.1 of thi ~t-
p .iu-Nians and all other remedies.
THE SET $1.25
0,. F-'AP. ne -.OtWYNETusvr .%5t Ra3OLT3.. 'dr. Kol4
.,,rjrhete. PtjIrW&a I. 31C. Cujar. 1'ropv.. Iomboa.
Afte-r Te-ir ".Ilk Bo0ttle..
A nmivt le11:1s h'it~ f'estiiin the of.
"4'4Q (f ili t(Z' iilk (4ttlprnies
N-i'iz .7-9040o :r' to the toen drivers
~ i.~la I i~f .-e.Ji .1. V WIM. return
tilt- (r*~~tfiriI*. f miilk bot ties
,If thi~ii:p1Il:toe tbfofe ::Ixen out

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Yebruary............
M arch.. . ,..........
A priL ..................
M ay....................
June...................
Jnly .... .........
August .................
September .............
October....... ....
November .............
December........ ....


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GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
CHICAGO. Feb. :4. OP -X CLos46
WHEAT-February .... .... A
WHKAT-May ......... .... 6,7;
WHB AT-July.......... .... t ,
ClolN-Februarr....... .... 33
COBN-May .................
COR.N-July ... .i1
UATm-February...........
UATS-May ......... 3S ,' ....
UATS-JuIl .. a
PosX-February .......10 .
PoBK-May............11 10 .... 11.65
'Olt-Juiy.. ........... 10.90
LAD-February ... 5 92

HlW-February 5
LA t-May.......6 59 . 5.9 .
ARs-July ........ 6
NAVAL STORES.
SAVANNAIa Feb. 14. -Spirits turpiM-
tite firm at 531.; reoo4ipts. 24; salts 7o;
exports none. Rosin firm- recipts 5.250.
sales 2.45(;; exports o300. Quote: F. *LSO;
G, 1.tOl.

3.n the t Th IdYll cu Hav AIWJys 0Eoutg





The l eeture


Ef. Jo qoqoo00

i'lhe Last Dayg cf tte C:N ac
To be Deliv red ;at thie


Opera Hcuse, Mocday, February 19,
is -aid to hb the fine-t -ver delivered
on the American -tage. Hi-4 re-cital
lf thrilling war ttoiri s c'niiolt I)b '(x-
clled by any living orati'. It i-
hardly prio,:able- that the .citizen- iof
Piensa:cola will ever have aini)ther
opportunity of hearing! this di-titn-
-ili-i -d orittr and (',osl-r;. -;e ,)l-
dier. V,,u will n vr rt-gret hearing'
him. You will always, regret it if
you do( nuit lhear hinm thii time.f.

fdmi55ior, 0So aid 750.
Sent- oin Sale Frid y at 12 in.

WVEEKKLY shCIIEDULE
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TEIIMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
Hayou, Palmetto Heach. Warsington. Navy
Yard and Fort Earrancas at
t:. :a. m. arrive at Fort Harrancas 7:15a.nm
l1i:1%j a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancah 1 l.Sa.ru
I :()p.m.arriveat Fort Barrances 1:45p m
;.1:.i p. in. arriveat F4ort Hiarrain't, :-:1)p n i
l:l')p. m. arrive at Fort hta rancai 7:1lop n
*S:'ti n m. arrive at i* o 't arranceat 8:45 p.rnTi
Trains leave Fort Itarrarcas for Penba-
cola at
7:>i a. m. arrive at Pensacola ...... :16 a. m
Sll:i:U p. m. arrive at Penteacola.........11;4 ) p.m
2;(A) p. m. arrive at Pe:i-acula. ....... 2:45 p.m
.- I ) l in Iarrivevf t l't-iiiiAola 7:4.5 p m
7:tN) p. in. arrive at Pensicola........ 7:4., p 1n
*:4r p. m. arrive at Pe n acoia......... 9 ~:;u Im
*eSvirt Ir av only.
In tf-tIcT lDc.. IM t, I .
tLUN AY hCHi'EDlrK.
leave Penhacora. Lv Fcrt Parranoas
a. in. 110 . M .
11 a. I. 12 m.
pm. p. Pin.
2p.m p.m,.
8p.m t r. n,
4p.m p in.
5p.m. m.
8p.m. T .
FRF. FOR WF. K DAY-.
P'inacolat to r-'. H rr rt retrr rrr. "c
P.-nsacola to Navy Yard a.I ret'r:. :c,
Pennacola to Palmetto ife..:l azd return l.c
FARK Fro hL'DAY
eensacola to rt !trrancas Navy
tard and r tn r............... ....2.. ..5..
Pensacola to Palmetto JBea.h and
** torn.. ...... ...-.......... 16o
No frightbt vod after R:15 D. m.

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Four different men were tryin- to
,talk to) Jacoby. all at once, the other
day when a .'EW',sw man- dropped) d in
to ge-t an advertisement he had been
promising. "It's ni)o u-., y ltiieti.'"
he exclaimed. "You ca.in !-e fur
youl.-+lf how tI inge are. Lo,',k
around. and if you see anything: that
will do for an ad.. put her in. but
doh't wait fcr nie to write it up; I
-imply can't do it." THE NEWIHatmaI
looked around and tlouttd -0so)n-
thing -here k part of it, the rot
wa;i packed away in the bi. wir,-.
,tiii c. next doi.r, or sta k-d t i t) in
shelves and pi) es, up to the ceil:'n :


BRE.AKF'AST FOOIDS,
Ineludin- PIillsbury's Vitos, a dte-
lihtfiul wheat fo;d ; American Ce-
real Co's. Victor Oats; Hoeker's
Royal Health Food,. Roiled White
Oat., Griddle Cake Flour and Ouat
Meal; Stobie's Buckwheat Flour.
NOV~lTI1Ej IN DELI(CATESsKN,
domestic and imported, such as
Hretiifer.q Cheese Biscuits; Miller
Bro'. & Co's. Jumbo Sauer Kraut
and Weinerwurst in small caaus: [tn-
,)orted Italian Egg Nudeln and Ver-
muicelli; Wauk-esha Cream Neuif-
chatel, and a large variety of other
cheeses; Dodsen-Braunten Co's. Fruit
Jtllie", Jami, und Pr.eserves in lneat
!-tone jars: ; I'nported BHu- S ardine
in mlniall ki-g-; Smoked Halibut; An-
der.-on'- Cotiden-ed M1ince Meat ini
plund pIc'kagveQ: Armiour'* Star -Y.i-
'in -liced. in tilSI, and i(urir'd-a of
,,tl# r ; oti'cl )-- t ulltiiiel'rti-- f,'r S l-
alate lile- ti)lhn.
I "OF'FE'.'
fr-4'i from the r,;.tr. wl i -h for
dleic cv tof Ila:tIrl cano:,t be t.x-
celled.

of the line't qnial;ty. :i:u-: r #. Iall
L rad,- ;thd picr-. A n iiiii'ti't-. v1 .-
riety of
CANNEDI <;OODS .NI) ISHELlF

(if all kindC. lLvefry vari'-ty if / ., .
(cM'; tid p i,'kl'd, .In,,,., .. I,'l -:,l:-
ctired. inlcludli.: s,111, v', y line
.iekled pork in ;tu>.
'T'h"-1, ar, ,,nlly a v r3" fe'. f t;i,'
e tall'. I a-sortlni t ,[ o i. tall.-. rri-
i I -4, colldii ln-llnts, -t i'tl ;I:,I
llixillie thi;:t fill Ja( ', v'-: shelv -
a d11(i P Ih lt.-i ;ri(d ':ta! i-lliill "-. ;a
vi-it t,, w'hi-I i. w,. w -l w rt. the, t!iie
expeidI(id. i: yot. dtlit buy a thinIr.
iii'-lw

,h, ,plyV i:i N."w ,i"rk 1h1.; ,"v( r;:l ,1 : *1,,,
,..tro iii :,i;.in ih w-[);i '.ap r ; e 1; k1 d i ith it
e\'ry day.- D- 'trtn,.t ,hi;:;t:.l.
.1. 1HIElIlGiIAl'SFli,
The i'luntmber, Sweain and (Gam Fitter,
desires to infoit hi.s friends and pa-
trons that heo is located at 129 1VWe-t


Furniture at all Priccs.
..f \V .I:,'-,.ii' lt ( ,I : l,,i P ii t. lhi,--
.. t, 'i p' ,i ** t -" .ti-o ;-i, v I-. b a d-
!!', in -. 'r "ti ', ift r he l -if, .-*' 1id
* ' :" !t t*! !,,, c;t ,*) ': t- W ;th !lbr ':ld l0 sili~.
.- ,-T- for it *-i!. :'tiu di tw btrs for
1' *, *-r-!i t' ii < .,tll t:it llol v'ar'- .
\, r ,- ] ,.;.': :i .'Ftr, itild H >t(1i <.


1 7

xv S la x G .. a
pii- -
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IEleant h'(,l room set.s. or'
l.' cup ones, 1I'ichcr,'r io0t
i'a iit, at ..farston '5 Finci 's.

For Sale,
S/cain Saw. Will complete
aind practically new, to-
i," ,'GI hIy 1)2 feet with new
a(jlanized steel roof. Filer
&'- Stowell .Machinery. Ca-
paocity tu.enty-live to thirty
thousand feet per day.
Bargain for right, party.
Owner fone out of manu-
facturing business reason


F. 8l:NT,
Pr -;. d ru t.


'M. ft 4(IaLF.


W.K. It YEP. JR1..
Ca1% tn.er.


First t


i. RF KIN EK.


Bank


V., aii


WId 4 iN('WLES W. A. il-MIOUN'I


f~r~t Ad


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.NT W.H. UER


19
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DW'Wi d~raw our "w-m i FiliaI!,c f i ~eon tOrou tBritaiin. Ireland
Germany, iFrance, Anstrfa. tta.!y. l{"i'n1A'p:n Ilrnx, Riiaoa, Nor
way, Swedon. LDeniark atid ot!--r Errol~-4tcrnnt~riei.
CWVc,3elN Dtburaecl gp~ ::1.- w o e avorttble Terms, and their
Obligatiots Taken P~yt7AlA tt .4% t of 1atm.itmion Ten or Fdt..n Day.
after Vess8el Arrlve3 there.
WF'afety Deposit Box,%s fo7 Rent in Conneetima
wi1th which we have & PrtvateAvAartment for the UVon
nfl IR'"fl4(W.


PETER BEiat,

201 E. Intendencia St.,


[ RYTHIN '"31 IDRST 18
I N--


rf I. I:.- -t n r ,1 1 -' I'I r ..Iar :C r ,i -.ri


Juir Trde a Specialty!
4 ): .'..ri 'o nap:ly -I'..i;-. it.. SaI ~a act ',)

Remember the Place,


Bell,


201 East Intendoncia Street.


Am Mg. AVERY,
()iectuor f 4 o Acyi FcKjLh
IMP')RTER AND O1EiOF


Government street, ani is prepare- o WTU
to doanvand all kinds of work in
hi line. aru As d^ 3rare
Telephone 375. 21to)
Iron, NaIs, Axes, Shovels, Sw Mill and Steamblat Suppllee, Cooking
WAITED. .and I.atrig Stove, Paint, Oiln- and Window Glass,
Wanted to buy all kinds of Secas Agate and Tinwaro aid lous furnishi g Goods.
Haud F!rnlttre, Marctandis, &c. 9G',s. p' .' and 'i-hi;t. Tackle.
Address Box (42 ~ ..


OPERIIA HOUSE.

3 Nights-1 Matinee.
)'1 I FNCI N<---
Tuesday, February 13
Maton WfEtSeaV.
4 u*o


BALDWIMLtviLL[ GO.,
\X l\ i t 1.;'. ; \I.I,\.; . .i a I
I,' EPE T t'l'( )I E:

PI'I EI.S- AS ALWAYS:
M tilnee ............... 1 and l e :.t-
N i, l t .............. I a (n ;l ) (*,:.:-

14a1di(i' fr,, 'l'Ti'-day nizht tif :i -
eou pt)illii.l h it a -' w it!, Ip.iA
;."-cetit t;' k "t.

Friday Night Feb. 16th.

A NOTABLE EVENT!
. ';i |'ta r;:n '.. f th .. I -' ;' d ] J : !'n .\ :. .

CRESTON ChARKE


(DISS DEIh;RIDE PRICE.


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Win a*il hi I--I-I- ~ D~P~
lila'' **- TIlE LAST OF
~lt- -tnt no-I I tillS


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PARKER'S I
HAIR BALSAM
^ClhaDW ead bmzt.t.rm the hair.
1 Pnomnotee a I 'iant growth.
Rlover- P is to Restore oraYl
Hair to its Youthful Color.
m -aipd .:"" t a.4
IMF . ~~ ~and 8L 5t IL~


Il :L tlifiu :y : Sti -t ., *


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Satilrl-dy. FcIhriivi'y 1 fti


T ifF* cOM FDI.% N"

WILLIE


WINH1PI L. COLLIER
-Importers and Dealers in-


Chinese and Japanese


.7-annrcv Goonds.=M


IN HIS OWN NEW FARCE

"MR. SMOOTH"


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Dh1B-llh LI.N Li.S


Endorse by all Phys(i.,- i. - e
,nly Beer ab-oiutu-ly Ire : fr : ...-
teration.

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PTS-.ACor A.


AG NTor R' :~i Zolling .5.fiiu&C ioupiafy, No %'04,-0 .Ulan
Si'ct-ci PA'ti.-;;, Northarapton Emery Wheel Com~pany, Laftn a Ra'Id
F IC 2 7.:iuy, Jrohn~on's Kaleominp, Irona R1;gand B'ich'- Stoves
('dI:' -, W'2. C0Mps & Co'3 Raw Bid" Lace Leath or, Mairzu i'.*aeijay
-..AkL(,;d Colors.

M~nonic Tellwie, Pensacola. Fla.


Delmonico jotel and Restaurant


cO1'. m


li--it : t'i i~ ~'- -
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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

) .co.s f-, Rfent by thi Diy, thk or month. .
2i, 2.2 N3arh T2rrazoqa Strevt, Opposite Unin DepI.
O-Teikphon G63. -0
:-.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.'.-.-
Don't Forget to Stop Vlit' tho Frt Man.
^il : VrG,^S RtEG~iYW.\ ---


S .r i' r
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~R" u:rA1r


Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artifleiallyd iwestthe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is thelatestdiscovereddigRet-
; ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieve- and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indige-tion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache, GastralgiaCramps,and
U* other results of i perfect dieetios
Pponred by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cbl.eg


SOLE AGENT FOR


KEMTUCKY5 BEST PRODUCT.
WHAT IT5 NAME IMPLIES
S S-THE4-4 .


TV I iitJI iLA I
I.TRAGER & CO.
DISTILLERS. CINCINNATI.
PROP. BANNER DISTILLERY 5"'D:,T.KY.




Peter


V-~ ~- 'i Iont buity auiqthiin,6 iti
1111111 .- 'rn ture or h ou.se furn ish -
*:V t.-t /1Is wii l you /' h /(tre veen,
- ~. 11(1 ,wton - Finch' s stock'.
-.Tbiv pi,'i-ex are owr: their
-A' ,kIs complete, a :itd thei,
- '. iwill sell./I/ou iIch(itt !0,'o(ff N
.1 - loll(;l.~ ti//111.


Pensacola. Florida


YOUR HORSE .-.. .0..
if ufttfring from an P'-. 'Trrent c: :
"ut oin iis f.'*. : to .i : .
'i:c enlar;her t till bc quickly a r.-or: ,_ by


Sloan's Liniment.




f .
Prepared by DR. FKARL 8 8LOAN. Boltoa Mwa..f ,..A. 1**" r .' -. 7y.


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